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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM.- OREGON, TUESDAY MORNING,- DECEMBER 0, 1927
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ZlissUna Heist Gives Inter
esting Talk at Meeting of
Chapter G, P. E. O.
A talk, particularly appropriate
to the season was.gWen at the
meetlnr of Chapter O of tbe P. E.
m I TV A m
lnoon by Hiss Lina Heist, wno wun
her sisters. Miss Laura Heist ana
Mrs. JW. W.Emmons, toured tbe
rHoly Land several . montns aco.
She spQke of Palestine ana me
habits of the people there; also
their mod of living. Miss Heist
wore a lovely native costume,
made with flowing robe and elab
The affair was held at the home
of Mrs. P. J. Kunt on North Win
ter Street. The living rooms were
attractive with mistletoe, holly, fir
bo n eh a. and red tapers. Mrs.
ey. Mrs. W. H. . Byrd. and Mss
Fred J. Tooze were assistant hos
The chapter Toted at the short
business session to send a Christ
mas box to the county poor farm
Mrs. William Hughes and Mrs.
William McGilchrist were appoint
ed to arrange a program which
will be given at the Girls': Indus
trial School and at the Feeble-
Minded school, r." ?.
The afternoon closed with the
singing of Christmas carols by the
Misses Letha Madison. W 1 1 d a
Fleenor, Margaret Wilson, Zelpha
White, and LaVenre Homeyers.
Mrs. Mark SScCallister Re
Elected President of Wom
an's Union f
Mrs. Mark McCallister was re-
I Frank Churchill, Mrs. W. T. Hick- elected president of the Woman's
52 days of leisure
Hand ironing what a. tedious job. With a
tbok Folding ironer, your wife can sit down
and do a day's ironing in two easy hours!
On the beautiful new
Thor Folding Ironer
She can iron everything shirts, ruffles, collars,
etc. You can have a th or delivered now or on
Xmas Eve for a small down payment,
the balance monthly.
Headquarters for "Gtftt that Keep on Giving"
PORTLAND ELECTRIC POWER
237 N. Liberty SC
Operetta at Washington school.
"Crowning of Christmas." T: 30
o'clock. ; ' . j :: "''' Y $ :
Christmas party. Chad wlek
Chapter. Order of Eastern Star.
Masonic Temple. " Y . l Y ' Y Y :
Wo man's r club - calendars of
"coming events" on sale at Hamil
ton's Furniture store, r , ;
Writers section of Salem Arts'
League. No-host meeting. Public
library. -Y.. 1
W. C. T. U. annual Christmas
party. HalL X:0 o'clock. . -
Etokta club Christmas party.
Mrs. Mason Bishop, hostess. 1:00
o'clock luncheon. '
'" ; Wediteeday .
Annual Christmas party. To-j
marco Class, First M. E. Church.
Professor and Mrs. T. S. Roberts.
hosts. 605 N. Summer St. ;
Card party, sponsored by ladles
of St. Vincent de Paul parish. Par
ish hall. 8:00 o'clock.
B. and P. W. Club- Woman's
Club-house, North Cottage St. 8
- Thursday '
United Artisans and Yeoman.
Christmas tree and program
Fraternal Temple. S: 00 o'clock:
, Friday .
San Soucl "500" Club: Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Rock, Fir St. hosts
Union of the First Congregation
al Church at the meeting of that
organization held Friday after
noon in the church parlors. Other
officers elected to serve for Ure4
ensuing year were: first vice-pres
ident, Mrs. Charles E. Ward; sec
ond vice-president. Mrs. E. L. Don-
nell; secretary. Dr. Fannie A.
Brown, and treasurer, Mrs. F. B.
The treasurer's report was giv
en at the meeting. She reported
that the Woman's Union earned
more than one-thousand six-hund
red and ninety dollars in the past
year. Five-hundred and fifty dol
lars of this amount was added to
the benevolence pledge fund. Four
hundred and fifty dollars was used
in part payment of the note due
on the church renovation. An ad
ditional amount was spent in the
upkeep of the church and in the
support of local charities. The re
maining two hundred dollars will
be used to purchase an electric
range for the parsonage.
Mrs. O. L. Newton, Mrs. W. L
Needham, and Mrs. A. N. Moores
were appointed as additional mem
bers of the program committee. "
Miss Thelma Davis Soloist' at
Corvallis - '
Miss Thelma Davis, contralto.
soloist with the Presbyterian choir
of Corvallis when they appeared in
Christmas concert Sunday eve
ning In that city.
Miss Davis sang a recitative and
aria from the "Messiah." i
Sunday School of First Meth
odist Church Has Christmas
Partu r ' - - v . t ,
The Elementary Department ofl
the First Methodist Sunday School
gave an Interesting party Saturday
afternoon, havlnr as their rues ts.
the Cradle Roll babies and the old
er children of the Beginners, and
Primary Departments. One hund
red and sixty children and their
mothers were present. .
" , The following program was giv
en: ' : - -
"Joy to the World" Sunday School
Prayer Mrs. H. P. Shanks
"Jesus Bids us Shine" ....Class
"O Little Town of Bethlehem
"Away In a Manger" ,..f.......Class
Recitation: "Sing a Song of Christ
mas". Eugene Boise
Song: "The Angels Sang on
Starry Night" Class
Recitation Richard Barton. Jr.
. The story of Christmas was giv
en by Mrs, R. L. Farmer with Mrs,
R. D. Barton as Mary; Helen
Breithaupt, the Angel; Joseph
Trindle as Joseph; Wayne and
Wilbur Curry and David Thomp
son, as shepherds.
r Mrs. A. M. Lansch and Mrs. El
lis Batson received the guests at
the door. Miss Grace Ellis and
Miss Doris Phenicie" were in charge
of the decorating, and Miss Neva
Stolsheise assisted the children in
Refreshments were served by
Mrs. Robert Boardman, Mrs. H. F.
Durkheiner, and Mrs. P. Stols
Guests in Portland for the
Mr. and Mrs. Cal Patton, Miss
Reta Claggett, and Charles and
Lloyd Clagett, spent the past week
end in Portland as the guests of
Mrs. Patton's sister, Mrs. C. C.
Mr, and Mrs. John . Roberts
Hostess at Attractive One
O'clock Luncheon -
One of the most attractive af
fairs of the past week was the one
o'clock luncheon for which Mrs.
John J. Roberts was hostess Fri
day afternoon at the Marion Hotel.
Covers were placed at the beau
tifully appointed . luncheon table
for Mrs. James Linn. Mrs. William
Walton, Mrs. Asahel Bush, Mrs. O.
C. Locke, Mrs. 'Frank Snedeeor.
Mrs. George. F. Rodgers, Mrs. Lou
is Lacbmund, Mrs. Harry M. Haw
kins, Mrs. David ; W. " Eyre. Mrs.
John HVMeNary. Mrs. Dan J. Fry.
Sr., Mrs. Frits Slade, Mrs; Larry
Hofer of San Francisco; ; and the
hostess Mrs. Roberts
Later the group enjoyed several
hours of bridge - in - the Roberts
home on State Street. Mrs. Larry
Hofer won first prixe for high
score. ' Mrs. "James Linn received
the second award.- - -
San Souci "500" Club Will
Be Entertained Friday Eve
The. San Souci "500" Club will
be entertained Friday evening at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Rock, 1955 Fir Street." Each mem
ber will bring a gift tor the person
whose name they have drawn at a
previous meeting. . ,
Will Spend the Holidays in
Miss Ruth Carlton left Monday!
tor Flint, Michigan, where she will
spend the Christmas holidays with
relatives. Miss Carlton is a teach
er at the state school for the deaf.
Junior Artisans' Presenta
Due to conflicting bookings at
the Capitol theater, the Junior Ar
tisans presentation has been post
poned from December twenty
first and twenty-second to Janu
ary fourth and fifth.
Thursday Bridge Club
Entertained at Johnson Home
Mrs. Clyde Johnson entertained
one afternoon late last week with
delightful one o'clock luncheon.
havlnr as her guests members of
the Thursday Bridge Club.
Covers were placed at the lun
cheon table, centered with holly
and red tapers, for Mrs. R. C.
Hunter, Mrs. Clair Inman. Mrs.
Cal Patton. Mrs. Charles Know-
land. Mrs. L. T. Aldricb. Mrs. E.
L. Kappahan, Mrs. W. J. Lilje-
quist, Mrs. P. J. Meany. Mrs. A. E.
Huckesteln, Mrs.- R. W. Hans Seltz
and the hostess, Mrs. Johnson.
' Mrs. Patton and Mrs. Aldricb
assisted Mrs. Johnson.
A Christmas tree with gifts was
a feature of the afternoon.
. Mrs. R. S. Hunter won high
score prize for the , afternoon's
The first January meeting of
the club will be held-at the home
of Mrs. Kappahan.
Annual NUe Club Christmas
Party Will Be Held Tomorrow
The annual Christmas party of
the Salem .Daughters of the Nile
Club will be held tomorrow at the
Masonic Temple. The party will be
an all day affair with luncheon
served at noon.
The committee in charge In
cludes: Mrs. Ruby Seltz. Mrs.
Clara Olson, Mrs. Monnie Hauser,
Mrs. Anne Rottle, Mrs. Louise
Flack. Mrs. Martha LeGarrle, Mrs.
Attend Concert Given Sunday
Evening in Salem
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills of For
est Grove motored to Salem Sun
day evening to attend the Christ
mas concert : given at the First
Methodist Church Sunday evening
by the vested choir of sixty-five
voices. Their daughter, Miss Mil
dred Mills, a senior at Willamette
University, is a member of the
Mrs. Martin Hostess at
Meeting of PrisciUa Club -F
Mrs. : Carey Fi Martin enter
tained members of the Prise Ula
Club' last Thursday afternoon Jn
her home on South Liberty street.
Mrs. Martin was a member of the
club for several years withdraw
ing only a short time ago.
Christmas cyclamen centered
the tea table. Miss Frances Mar
tin and Miss Katherine Lougridge
assisted at the tea hour.
In the group were Mrs. Walter
Buchner, Mrs. A. T. Wain, Mrs.
W. S. Mott, Mrs. George Dunsford.
Mrs. J. B. Craig, Mrs. Fred Steus
loff, Mrs. Dan J. Fry, Sr., Mrs. C.
M. Eppley. Mrs. Ida Babcock, Mrs.
KUtie Graver, and ' the hostess,
Mrs. Martin. ,
Additional guests were Miss
Priscilla Fry and Mrs. J. W.
Knapp of Spokane. Washington.
Spend Several Days in
Mrs. Dan J. Fry .Sr., and Miss
Kittle Graver spent several days
of the past week in Portland. .
St. Vincent de Paul Ladies
Sponsoring Card Party
vne laaies or St. . Vincent ae
Paul parish will sponsor another
card party Wednesday evening in
the parish hall. Playing will be
gin at eight o'clock.
The committee in charge of the
affair includes: Mrs. B. Diemler,
Mrs. M. Engel. Mrs. E. Grunfeld-
er, Mrs. C. A. Suing. Mrs. N. Snap,
Mrs. J. Zelinski, and Mrs. E. Hau-
Officers of Women's Aux
iliary of St. Paul's Church
The Women's Auxiliary of St.
Paul's Episcopal Church met Fri
day afternoon at the home of
Mrt. H. Duncan Chambers on
Last year's officers were unani
mously reelected at - that time.
They are: president, Mrs. U. Q
Shipley, vice president, Mrs. N. C
Kafourr:' secretary. Mrs. G. A.
Wood; and treasurer, Mrs. Joseph
Baumgartner; and thank-orrering
treasurer, Mrs. Russell Catlin.
A social hour followed the reg
ular business meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford
Honored on Birthday An
Mrs. Crawford-Newcomb enter
tained Sunday morning with a de
lightful birthday breakfist in hon
or of her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
John H. Crawford who observed
their joint anniversaries on that
X Rev. and Mrs." D. J. Howe were
Baskets of Indian Elder decor-
home on Lincoln Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Weiser Enter-
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tain with surprise rariy
Complimenting Mrs. Earle Mor-
nhow nn th nrrsxloii at ner ninn-
day anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. E.
J. Weiser entertained Saturday,
evening with a surprise party In
their home on south Twenty-mira
street. - ;:
The evening was spent playing
cards.- n -
A birthday luncheon was serv
ed at a late hour.
In the group were the honor
guest, Mrs. Morphew, Mr. ana
Mrs. -A. L. Adolphson, Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Morphew, Mr. and Mrs.
H. G" Hicks. Mr. and Mrs. D. I.
Hamm, Mr. 'Earle Morphew, and
tbe hot-t and hostess, Mr. and Mrs.
Junior Business Girls Have
The Junior Business Girls Club
enjoyed a Christmas party last
(Continued on pas S)
Vblunie Prices Bring Uriusual Savings 7in Gifts!
HO EI DA
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This is another time when, if;: we r quoted y comparatiTc
prices, they would astound even pur, own salespeople.; :
These are all first quality, high clasa umbrellas out of our ,.
regular stock but instead of waiting until after, Christ
mas to reduce this line we are1 going to let you hay e them
now. . . - i - . -
2-95 3.95 4.95 1 5.95 6-95 7-48
For Late Style Silk Umbrellas
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5 DAYS for Christmas shopping and a hundred
things to do make every minute and every dol
lar count, come here for quick service and the
most remarkable savings t found anywhere.
Not only do we offer lower prices because of our
Volume Campaign, but you can, if you so desire,
open a charge account, or buy all your needs on
the Budget Buying Plan Ask about it.
COME EARLY TOD A Y---TUESD A Y-AND PROFIT BY THESE PRICES
Gift Suggestions1? Advance Spring Modes Gift Suggestions
Very handsome quality, printed de
iifn in shades C7 QPC
of rose - . : .fPi .VO
With Scarf to Match- .$8.95
Perfumed Bath Salts, six' in fancy
gift box. A very QQ
dainty gift OaC
New Underarm Bags
Small size, In black and brown with
strap back, snake trim. dQ QK
Regular $438 value.
New style in brown, green, lavender .
and blue, Gloria or pure silk, with sa
tin and fancy borders. IQ QQ
, - titi..itj
Value to f 50:
Womena Hankies, initialed with col
ored lxrder and 1-8 Inch' O tor d-
Christmas Boxes." -
Gown length of Crepe de. Chine, shoe -
trees and fancy Cf QQ
-' ' tPs f KJ
. -v . , . . 1 Main Floor ,
. Hosiery SetsV
One pair Kayser service weight hose,
and handpainted georgette handker-
chief, fa fancy r . EyQ
Advance Spring Styles at a
An assortment 5f new arrivals just opened
1 They express the very last word in cor
rect fashions for the coming season. The
fabric is of heavy all silk flat crepe, in
shades of tan, black, copen, red and navy.
QUILTED SATIN ROBES
For really distinctive gifts .one could
not find anything so admirable. Excel
lent quality satin, with silk cord. Colors
peach, pink, peacock, gold lavender
black and copen, 4
Advance Spring Styles Greatly
Here's an opportunity " to choose from . "
beautiful new coats. They are new arrivals
from New York A large shawl collar and
cuffs of black fur add to the smartness
these coats Colors are black, tan and
COCOa. . .- ; ;NY - - , ' : -
Values to $35.00
. " - .- Main Floor
1l iftl oc
of v . vy .wj
.3-lb. Cotton Batts
Fluffy white ' cotton, full
size for comforters. Special
.. Down Stairs
81x90 Sheets :
Yure bleach, extra quality,
free f rpm starch, Special
: Down Stairs
Black calf, leather lined and guesset
ed, strap back, a very Ir7 Q
tg f iftJ
Length of tubing to make up wait
trimmings to finish - 'Iffi OC
The set complete. D X La O
- Main Floor
Lovely georgette handkershief gift
box of powder "and - "I O Q
powder puff ; AJLLiiJ
Gift Set for Men
Handkerchief, socks and tie sets, a
suitable Christmas 5 1 g J 79
Linen Cloth Sets
Hemstitched pure ' white damask
cloth, 54x54 inches, with 4 napkins
to match. y OtZ
Regular $7.50 value ti)4fcoilO
. - . y ' . Main nocf
. " Bath Towel Sets
Fancy towel, with -T wash " cloth : to.
match, in Christmas box for gifts ;
'- -- - - Haia Floor
- ; Hosiery Sets ? j V
Kayser silk hose," handkerchief and
shoe trees, ia fancy - - C fj
tttp,tf4dS Osjpns TODAY TUESDAY ciNms -'P
s, in fancy boxtPAsOa
Gift Drccs Lensrths
Marilyn 'Crepe,t2Vs "yards lensth, in
fancy ; Christmas box, , OtZ OO
, Main Floor
make an ideal gift
Just arrived, 81x105 inches, in
gold, green, blue and scalloped
edge, - -
nANDxmcnrry sqtjahes-To maks tcp
.j?ure Laea irtta colored tlzs for CQcr
men, 2 squares fcj fancy box...... i. WO w
46G STATE STREET SALEM
New Pouch Bzz3 .
Black and brown calf with srka
trim to: tone. Ikular $7.73.