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The New Oregon Statesman. Salem. Oregon. Sunday Morning, December SO, 1928
Affairs in the Social World and News of Varied Club Activities
At New Year
Lodge affairs have played an
Important part In the events of
a weak flllei to brimming with
aciivitive. The bustle and cheer of
Christinas time is still about and
asserting ittelf in the renewed ac
tivist,; tefld plans for the new
The L-eneflt dance sponsored by
the ttiem Rainbow assembly of
which vk given in the Cas
tlKlaa hall Friday night was
quite a successful affair with al
most a hundred couples In atten
dance. Bright Christmas decorations
made the hall very atractive and
Mrs. Lena Cherrington. Mrs.
Ira Darky, and Mrs. David Wright
entertained the Past Matrons of
Chadwtck chapter. Order of the
Easl9.-n Star In the home of Mrs.
Jatncs Godfrey on North Winter
street Friday afternoon at the
annual club Christmas narty.
An exchange of Christmas gifts
followed the business meeting.
Additional guests for the after
noon were Mrs. Lucille Sweeney
-and Mrs. Rex Davis. The mem
bers of the club group are Mrs
Emma Brown. Mrs. Alice Colidge
Mrs. Lena Cherrington, Mrs. Ida
Babcock. Mrs. Rose Babcock. Mrs
Cordelia Cupper. Mrs. Marion
Derby, Mrs. Jessie Darby, Mrs
Hazel Olllette, Mrs. Ida B. God
frey, Mrs. Monnle Hauser, Mrs
Mary Johnson. Miss Leila Johnson
Mrs. Alice Meyers. Mrs. Faye
Wright. Mrs. Roesle Llnfoot. Mrs.
Josle LaFore. Mrs. Marie McCall.
Mrs. Mabel Mlto, Mrs. Ida L.
Nile. Miss Minnie Moeller, Mrs.
Addle M. Petteys, Mrs. Rose Pratt.
Mrs. Florence Reeves, Mrs. Eliza
beth Shafer, Mrs. Estella Smith.
Mrs. Lottie Smith. Mrs. Eleanor
Stetner. Mrs. Josephine Vans, and
Mrs. Elizabeth Laws.
Installation of the officers of
the Chadwick chapter No. 3 7 of
the B. 8. for the ensuing yesr
1929 will be held Tuesday Jan
nary 1. immediately following a
short business meeting at the
Miss Gnssle Niles will serve a
tha Installing officer . Mrs. Wini
fre.t Herrick as msrshal, and
Ids L. Nlles as chaplain at the
The new officers are: Mrs. An
na Kantner, worthy matron: Wil
liam Neymeyer. worthy patron;
Mrs. Pearl Pratt, associate ma
tron; Mrs. Ida M. Babcock. secre
tary; Mrs. Katharine Bernardl.
treasurer; Mrs. Nettie Smith, con
duc'oress; Mrs. Estella Henry as
sociate conductoress; Mrs. Mary
Johnson, chaplain, Mrs. Louisa
Flack, associate marshal!; Mrs.
Belle N. Brown, organist. Miss
Elizabeth l evy. Adah; Mrs. Geor
gia Cook, limb; Mrs. Susan Var
ty. Esther; Ms. Vera Berrlck.
Martha; Mrs. Minnie Protzman,
Electra; Mrs. U'.ra Morse, warder;
N. P. Rasmussen, sentinel.
During the evening a group of;
musical numbers will be given by
a quartet composed of Mrs. Mar
tin Kerrey. Mrs. Julia Harris. Mrs.
Lyman McDonald. and Mrs.
August Carl. Mrs. Lyman Mc
Donald will be the accompanist at
the piano and Irs. Joy Turner
Moses, with her violin.
Mrs. L. G. Curtis will give a
vCountry Club to
KV YKARS is about
..a ocsin with ;
a a. '
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new starts ana tor oia rcsoiuuons!
made new again. On the last day
of the old year final flings ar
d of giving to every- ,
one else as one does on Christ-1;'" ir"" "aison. anu
man the contrast is complete byjM,s t'?"u-p Jone.s.
gjving to oneself fun and a good! Miss Lord. is bt-- welcomed
time What the new year may i home after an abierirc of almost
hold is of little consequence I
what the old vear held is of litt le
more, but what N't w Year s Kve j
holds is or yst importance. It j
must be hilarious and full of i
genuine fun. it must be a tiny j
Epare of time in which to forget
One of the best parties planned
to celebrate the advent of 1 9 2:
Is the one which the Ulihee coun- Simmons" school in Boston, is a
try club plans for Monday , eve- j member of the Kappa Alpha The
ning at the club house. ta sorority.
The club house. wl made!
over into a verv woodsv forest of t
small evergreen trees and red and!
gren trimmings. For the, big
burst of carnival spirit at the
mystic hour of 12 Innumerable
balloons, confetti and plenty of I
whistles and other nol?e express- j
era will usher, in the Ney Yearfor
the 60 or 70 guests which are ex-
pected to be present. Music for i
dancing will be furnished by Bra-'mer.
Those in charge of the enter- Daughters of Veterans organ
tainnient and arrangements areiized a carroling party during th
Mr. James Young, chairman, Mr
Frank Durbin. Jr.. Mr. Fred
Thielson and Mr. Carl Gabrlelson,
Mrs. Paul Hendricks. Mrs. Pr D.
.Qolsenberry and Miss Grace Holt.
,8ereral dinner parties have
been planned to preface the dance
among; which are Mrs. Ercel Kay.
.Mrs. Bert Ford and Mrs. T. A.
" Hetiday guests at the R. G.
Balderree home were Miss Beulah.
Occidental. California, and Miss
Ethel, 8an Francisco, California,
both daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
Balderree, Mr. and Mra. G. Wheel
er, and three children (Mrs.
Wheeler vu formerly Ruth Bal
derree), Edgar Balderree of
Hlllsboro, Irving Balderree, wife
and baby Joan from Toledo, Ore
ton, and cone Elmer, and Willis
t Salem. -
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Miss Zeiber Announces
Engagement at Tea
For Miss Lord
COMPLIMENTING Miss Elizabeth Lord, Miss Mabel Rob-
j ertson entertained at one
tne season at her home on Center street Saturday afternoon.
The affair was also distinguished by the betrothal announce
ment of Miss Charlotte Zeiber,
William Earl Shafer, son of Mr.
Guests for the affair were
gene and Salem.
Receiving at the door was
fellow, while the dainty Misses
and Mary Lee Fry stood near
by with the betrothal an
nouncements. Receiving in
the drawing room were Miss
Mabel Robertson, beautiful in
a gown of orchid; Miss Eu
genia Zeiber, exquisite -in
shell pink satin. dUtinctlve in
golden brown velvet.
Mrs. B. O. Schucking, Mrs. Clif
ford" Brown. Mrs. W. H. Burg-
hardt. Mrs. Leslie Howell, of!
Portland, Miss Greta Looney, of
Jefferson, Mrn. Mildred Robertson,
of Brooks, and Mrs. Charles H.
Holiday decorations of bolty
and cedar wreaths; ntitletoer sil
ver laurel, and a candelabra with
rrd tapers were attractive about
the rooms. .
Presiding at the tea table with
perfect appointments on the rare
cloth of lace were Mrs. Alice II.
Dodd. Mrs. Prince L. CampbeH of
Kugene. Mrs. John H. Lautennan,
Mrs. Henry Meyers, and Mrs. L. II.
McMahan. Assisting with the serv-
wa" a bevy of society's most
attractive young maids and
L'rons which included Miss Ade-
.li.le Mari ( hurch nf Kn;pnn
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' M" J'.T" u", ,'
pMiss Rovena Kyre.
! . 1 . . I- t .1 1 1 li
all of the last four years spent in;ed the prize for high score
ravehing in various parts of the
w orld and in (study at Lowthorne.
Both of tho young people whose
engagement was anuouueed at the
tea are prominent in-affairs not
only in :alem hut of the state
5fiss ZeiSer. who graduated from
the University of Oregon with the
class of 1928 and attended dthe
Mr. Shafer was especially prom;
Inent in athletics at the University
of Oregon from which he grad-
uated with the class of 1924.
Hf is also a graduate of the
Harvard law school in the class
of 1928, and a member of
Phi Gamma Delta fraternity,
ALthough the exact date of the
wedding has not been announced.
it will be an event of this sum-
holidays and sang carols before
the homes of all the veterans of
Marion county. Those w(ho belong
to the post in Salem but live out
of the county were lent packages.
Each veteran received a Christmas
cake, n all 86 calls were made dur
ing the afternoon. Each of those
called upon were able to receive
and highly enjoy the attentions
given them by the Daughters with
the exception of Comrade Rollew
who was III. The oldest of those
called upon was 91, the youngest
A Christmas dinner celebrated
the day at the" heme of Mr. and
Mrs. Johnston on Liberty street.
Guests for the occasion were Mr.
and Mrs, W. P. Emery and young
daughter Evelyn. Mr. and Mrs.
Adam Hersch, and Mr. Luke John-on.
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of the most charming; teas of
niece of Miss Sally Bush, to
and Mrs. F. E. Shafer.
140 folk from Portland. Eu
petite Miss Dorothea Good-
Mildred Brooks, Sybil Spears,
A Note of Concern
For Salem Friends
Mrs. George Draper, of Oregon
City, and mother of Mrs. William
Burghart, quietly passed away at
the Oregon- City hospital Christ
mas Day. Last services were con
ducted for her by Father Hilde
brand at the St. John's church in
Many friends and' admiring ac
quaintances will remember Mrs.
Draper who at the ate of 87 in
the twentieth century remained
a delightful southern gentlewo
man of the old school in both her
dress and her manners. Some of
these friends date their acquaint
ance back to the early days of
Oregon history. 1879, at which
time she and her profeesojr hus
band. George Draper, came to
Complimenting Miss Margaret
Wilson. Mrs. Kenneth Wilson en
tertained a group of the younger
set at a bridge tea in her apart
ment at the Royal Court Friday
Guests for the afternoon were
the Misses Margaret Wilson, Cath
erine and Dorothy Corey. "Alida
Olsen. Ruth Fick. Isobel George
Dorolhy White. Rutheda Hoffnell
Kleanor Wright, and Virginiin
Miss Elfnnor Wright was award
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Howard Corset Shop
165 N. LIBERTY
Home for Holidays
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Aimong the many -college
folk who are
enjoying the holidays
at home are on the left
Miss Helen Campbell.
left certier, Miss Ruby Drager, right center Miss" Dorothy
Bell, all attending Oregon State College, and on the right
Miss Mary Cupper, attending the University off Oregon.
San Souci Club
The San Souci club met wit!
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Propp a1
their home on North 18th streei
Friday evening. Christmas decora
tions; and a Christmas tree carrier"
out the holiday note of this party
Cards formed the amusement for
the evening. Mr. Ficke and Mrs.
Andresen winning first prize an
Mr. Dencer and Mrs. Siegmund
Refreshments were served ai
the close of playing.
Guests for the evening were Mr
and Mrs. Ernest Byer, Mr. and
Mrs. Ivan Martin. Mr. and Mrs.
William Moses. Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Ficke, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Dencer.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andresen. Mr.
and Mrs. L.M. Case, and Mr. and
Mrs. Flod Siegmund.
The Jason Lee Foreign Mis
sionary society will meet for their
regular Meeting at 2:30 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. D. O.
Lear will read the lesson from
Friends of Africa" ahd Mrs. P.
J. Voth will lead the devotions.
Hostesses for the afternoon will
be Mrs. A. L. Dark. Mrs. C. M.
Roberts and Mrs. A. F. Waller.
The War Mothers meeting has
been postponed until Wednesday
January 2. The meeting will be
held in the Y. M. C. A. at 2:30
o'clock. This is the first meeting
of the year and will be devoted
to a number of important details
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Canfield wer
hosts, at a bridge party in thefr
apartment at the Royal Court Sat
Late in the evening after four
tables were played Mrs. Canfield
served a dainty supper.
The guest group included Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Fisher. Mr. and
Mrs. L. Scott Page. Mr. and Mrs.
W I. Needham. Mr. and Mrs. J C
Perry, Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Kuhn.
Dr. and Mrs. O. A. Olsen, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Willett, and Mrs. Har
Final Clearance On'
I lot Wrap Arounds, $1.95 values, special 98c
Mot Corsets and Corselettes, values
to $7.50. Special $2.95
House Dresses. Special $1.69
1 Jot Hats, special $1.00
I lot Hats, special $1.49
1 lot Hats, special $2.49
I lot Hosiery, regular $2.25 and $1 .50.
Special ...... ... $1.00
Rayon Slips, regular $1.95 values, $1.49
Special reductions on gowns, pajamas, stepins, and
Y'oung Guest is
Carl D. Gabrlelsln entertained at
his home on Friday evening with
a. ten cover dinner complimenting
his nephew Charles Kay Bishop,
who will soon resume his studies
at Culver Military Academy. Mr.
Gabrielsin was assisted by hid
mother. Mrs. C. D. Gabrielsin. The
.ooms were decorated with numer
j u s miniature tinsel decked
Christmas trees. A small tree cen
tring the dining table held fav
jrs for the guests.
Later in the evening the entire
party attended the Rainbow dance.
Those present were: Dorothy
Moore. Virginia Holt, Katherine
Corey, Ruth Fick, Eleanor Wright
and Stanley Price, Edwin Cross.
Tommy Llvesley, Robert Bishop,
uavm Eyre, and Charles Kay
Bishop. & -
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Lvtle
entertained on thristmas dav
with a Christmas tree and dinner
at their home on Riverside Drive,
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lvtle. Miss
Ella Lytle and Annette Lytle of
Woodburn, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Lytle of New berg. Mr. Jess Fikan
of Woodburn. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Thomas, Dorothy and Elbert
Thomas of Salem, Miss Helen
Jean Lytle andthe hosts, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Lytle.
Holiday Events That
Are of Interest
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wilson of
North Cottage street had as their
quests Miss Carolyn Wilson who
is on the high school faculty in
Hood River, and Mr. and Airs.
Emerson Black also of Hood Riv
er. Mrs. Black was formerly Miss
('. ladys Wilson.
Miss Mary Kightllnger is spend
ing her holidays with friends in
f vfv x'rf--x ,'fv-s j. ,tf
Watch Night service
To Be Observed
Sponsored by the three senior
classes of the Presbyterian Sun
day school an attractive and alto
gether novel program has been
arranged for New Year's eve. The
party will be in the charch rooms.
Festivities begin with a covered
dish supper at 6:30 o'clock, for
which the ladies will select their
partners and start off the fun of
stunts and, galty.
The evening program will In
clude games, debates, end music.
Refreshments will be served at a
late hour. The last 45 minutes be
fore the new year will be devo
tional. This will be lead bv Dr.
Tully. Members of the church and
their friends are invited to be
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Riedisel
entertained with a family dinner
on ChriatmaB day at their borne
on North Cottage street.
Thirty guests were present at
the dinner and eight more ar
rived later in the day.
Mrs. Elsa Ebsen. who la spend
ing the holidays as the house guest
of the Rev. and Mrs. Martin Fer-
,rey. has been entertained at a
number of affairs in her honor
during her stay here. On Christ
mas Mrs. Ebsen was entertained
at the Christmas dinner given in
the heme of Dr. and Mrs. Carl
Gregg Doney. Miss Maude Coving-
on entertained at an rtrartiv
ea in honor of Mrs. Ebsen Thurs-
uj aimuouu, ana on f riday she
was the dinner guest of Professor
and Mrs. J. O. Hall at their horn
on 13th street.
Mrs. Ebsen will return to the
Corvallis campus, where she is
preceptress at Kidder hall, on New
Gratitude Is characteristic of
only the hjgher civilizad men.
Hence, we propose a New
lears resolution for
Inasmuch as Salem is a glar
ing example of merchant-charity;
inasmuch as not one of us
can deny that he has received
untold benefit from the numer
ous merchant-supported activ
ities of the city; inasmuch as
we appreciate the contribution
of local business men to such
worthy enterprises as the drum
corp trip; the ad-club out-door-decoration
campaign; the Sal
vation Army drive; Red Cross
relief work: the maintcna
notary, iviwanis, Lion3
Other civic organizations
school and Willamette
cations; -church support;
aaiem publicity ventures:
Inasmuch as we desire
give as well as to take
.WE. THE SHOPPERS
SALEM, RESOLVE DURLfO
1929 TO CEASE OUT-OF-TOWN.
BUYING AND TO GIVE
THE BUSINESS MEN OF
SALEM OUR WHOLE-HEART.
Did it ever occur to yon that:
The reason that yon can not
buy your Paris creations in
Salem Is that you have nerer
oaiem is mat you Have never.
created a demand for them by
asking Salem .hon. fr i.,.7
asking Salem shops for
Salem merchants would gire
more special prices if the pub
lie responded more readily to
the sales which are sponsored?
U'omcii'i UMtal Calcnitip
The Royal Neighbors of
America will entertain the
Modern Woodmen of America
and the families of the two
groups at 8:00 o'clock in the
No meeting of the W. C.
T. U. Regular meeting will
be January 15.
Jason Lee W. F. M. S.,
2:30 o'clock, church parlors
Women's. Missionary so-
ciety of First Congregational
church Wednesday afternoon
with Mrs. L. O. Smith, 1780
War Mothers meet at 2:30
o'clock at Y. M. C. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Rex San ford have
had as their guests for th"e holi
days Mrs.San ford's mother, Mrs.
F. B. Carlisle, her sister, Mrs.
F. D. Smith, and her nephew, Car
lisle Smith, f Hood River and
Mrs. M. H. LaMond of Portland.
Miss Maxine Donaldson left Fri
day evening for Portland wher-
she will be the guest of Miss Leona
Sail, untir after the new year.
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Griffith
entertained at a large family din
ner on L'nristmas day.
Bright Christmas decorations
made the rooms attractive.
The guest group included Mr
and Mrs. J. E. Flanders of Port
land. Mr. and Mrs. Cattanach nf
CaAyon City, and Mr. and Mrs.
Bert f ord.
Miss Eleanor Wright enter-
tained a group of her friends at
an attractive dancing party Satur
day evening in the Wright home
on Stewart street.
You cannot Improve .your
own or anyone else's financial
condition bjTtrying to save the
few cents difference between
local andi out-of-town prices?
prices arop as the
urne of business increases.
Exactly how much tn
know about your own city?
Did you know that Mack's
coat and dress shop is the noly
s'oro in Oregou. outside of
Portland, which sells Marion
Prince frocks? And that the
beautiful Marion Prince her'
self, the vivacious Seattle de
signer. Is ceming to Salem be
cause of her personal acquain-
. " "it rl IU
,ye a 8l'e revue of her
creations xometima i.
ruary? Furthermore, did
know that Mrs. MaeV U
cendant of a family of French
""'snris ana was Dora in
How does the local Miller
store compare In size with oth
er department stores In Ore
gon? Did you guess that the
Salem -Miller store Is the second
largest store ootside of Port
land, employs 75 people on the
sales staff, all home families
wuo contribute tneir share
the ep-buildlng of our own city.
Did tou know ht r
ereInr at .fx n m V. .n.dajr
l U p- m- tn dose
of Miller's vear-nri .i.....
sale In which rood staple mer
chandise Is offered at one third
less than regular price? Even
such staple articles as blankets
are being offered at a redwe-
Young Married Folk
Enjoy Social Evening
Four tables of rook made an in
teresting evening for the guest or
Mr. and Mrs. Harold McMlllin .-
their suburban home Friday eve
ning. Shaded lights In holiday c!
ors and holiday decorations ma I
the rooms attractive.
Refreshments were served at .
late hour to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph II
Kletzlng. Mr. and Mrs. Han.
Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Acton.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Volght, Mr
and Mrs. Waldo Marsters, Mr. an l
Mrs. Floyd Lee. Mr. and Mrs. 1 -
bart Shade, and Mr. and Mrs. K. r
The Leslie "Can Do" clrfss h-i I
the last meeting of the vear
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Green
wood on South Liberty Fridav
evening. Business meeting wn
held in which new officers were
elected. Mrs. B. Otjen, vice pre.-t
ident, Mrs. John Bertelson. sec
retary, Mrs. Davis, and treasurer.
Mrs. B. F. Pound.
Refreshments and a nleasant so
cial evening followed the election
Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Davis ..f
665 Breys avenue have as tin i'
holiday guests. Mr. and Mrs. J. I,
Richardson and their daughie.
Miss Erma. Mr. and Mrs. Rlcliant-
aou ar Mrs. Davis' parents.
Dr. and Mrs. Frank E. Bio,!
were hosts at a family dinner ai
their home on State alreet Christ
mas day. Those enjoying the occ:i
sion were Mr. and Mrs. J. E. !!
son, Donald Allison, Mr. and Mr
Everett H. Craven and hi a I I
'daughter Helen. Mrs. D. II. Cra
ven, Ronald Craven. Mr. E. i:
Cramer, Miss Velma May and t -hosts
Dr. and Mrs. Brown.
figure. Timely articles Includ
ing winter dresses of wool and
woolen coats, also all rain
coats, are priced one-third less.
All gift package3 in toiletries
go at a reduction of one-thrid.
The Miller store Is even think
ing in terms of one-thirds and
hundreds 'of smaller articles
are likewise reduced for this
Where can one secure gen
uine carvings? These bits of
peasant art. popular in the East
as favors and bridge prizes, are
at the Nelson Jewelry store, in
the Oregon building, prised
from $1.00 up. This store has
some of the best dollar spi
cials which we have found.
Where is the new Kafoury
huildlne; to be located? Be
tween the P. E. P. building
and the Cross Market on North
Liberty; It Is a structure 42
feet wide and 80 feet deep, con
taining two stories and a full
basement, built of concrete and
costing between $20,000 and
$25,000. The building Is erect
ed by Steusloff Brothers and
will be occupied bw Kafoury'a
on February 1. In the mean
time, Kafoury's are having a'
big removal sale worthy of the
attention or any thrifty shop
per. : -
What is Salem'a only exclu
sive negligbe shop? The Sunnie
undle Shoppe. la the Bligh
building at 121 & High. It
. would be well to cultivate the
acquaintance of the shop and
note the unique. lighting effects,
and the charming assortment of
v wi one-mira me reralar