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iMcDowell Club to
I December 16
. . The McDowell club announce
December 16 as the date for the
Vnext program, which will be a
" j Christmas program, siren a t
I Waller hall, WiKamette unlversltr,
1 ' - with .Miss Adeline Stopp, gust
I artist from Portland. This will be
the first time that the chorus has
been heard in Salem this year and
the nroiram which they will sin
Tromise3 much. Two groups ptA
Christmas songs will be sun. 'a
cantata, "The Land of Heart's De
sire." by Levin will be given and
-Ave Maria," JJach-Gounod will be
sung with MIbs Stopp at the harp
and a violin accompanist whose
came has not yet been given.
Miss Stopp will give two beau
tiful and greatly anticipated
groups of numbers. Just before
, Miss Stopp left for a tour of
Washington and British Columbia,
where she sielted friends and has
also given several request pro
grams, a small group of Salem so
ciety and musical folk heard her
play and were delighted with the
rich beauty of her work which won
her the only scholarship which
has yet to be granted to an Amer
ican from the National Academy
of Music in Paris.
Miss Stopp is playing two prl-
Tate engagements in Portland up
- on her return there this week.
December 10 she will go to Victo
' Tia. where she wlH play at the
I. Royal Victoria theatre, and she
gave two intimate recitals this
past week in Seattle. A November
copy of "Music and Musicians"
has given her quite favorable men
tion. Salem musical folk feel quite
- pleased that they will be able to
hear this talented young musician
before she returns to Tarts for
' another two years of study.
Mrs. T. F. Tipton
Mrs. T. Franklin Tipton was
hostess for an afternoon party in
compliment to the eighth birthday
of her little daughter, Jeanne
Elaine, Sunday afternoon at the
After an afternoon of games
and guessing contests the young
folk were seated at a long table
centered with a large birthday
cake adorned with lighted candles
and on either side of which stood
"jellow tapers in crystal holders.
The colof scheme of follow and
white was carried out in both the
menu and the favors. Mrs. Agnes
M. Silver, of Vancouver, Wash
ington, mother of Mrs. Tipton,
assisted in serving.
Guests were Mistress Jeanne
Elaine Tipton, -honor guest, Mae
Whittlngton, Mary Jean Prime,
Helen Corson, Irma ' Coover,
-Georgene Naden, Maxine Murphy,
Frances Huber. Patricia Ann Sil
ver and Waldo F. Silver. Jr.. from
Oregon City. Jack Wilkinson,
Vancouver, Glen Prime, Edwin
Keves. Donald Huber. Robert
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The sunshine brought out an in
terested group of riders for the
outside riding hours of the Salem
Hunt club Sunday morning. Most
of the riding was done on the
track of the state fairgrounds race
course and the perfect conditions
for riding that it offers added
much to the pleasure of the riders,
rail allowed for the practice of
excellent' horsemanship which
2 rlderare developing under
' ixectJrtisaf- E. J. McMa&us,
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p-rMrfdwtdtrldin5 for the class
;v of kiddies between the ages of six
r- , and 11 rears has been set for Mon-
,' V .' day' at 4 o'clock. The high school
-" - classes will ride Fridays at 4:00
. ' o'clock, and classes from Wlllam
'VJ tte university will ride Tuesdays.
- Wednesdays and Thursday nights
' " at 4 o'clock. . i . .-
.C5!r3 Harold Hughes, social, sec-
" :rretary for the Salem Hunt" clfcb,
L' announces ihat although the work
-being taught is for all folk who
v r-' want to know how to ride, yet it
A-iT-r-U especially designed to; prepare
. those young rota wno wiu-even"
tually-go to -finishing schools .'or
'v,lBlHtary.aeademlea or larger unl
f, versifies or . colleges, where riding
. Is a part of the social life.
' i Encinitis Club to Hear
' : Lecture Series" ':
Members of the Encinitis met
Thursday night tor a 6:15 o clock
dinner followed by an interesting
and highly ihitrttctiver talk- by
Lyle Bartholomew on the subject
t;.Architecture., TAt the next
meeting, which will be November
: 27. , Mr. Bartholomew will con
tJnuelils lecture on "architec
ture." v- , . -'
At a business meeting follow
fng the Jectnre plans -rer made
for singing Christmas carrola, and
for a Christmas party. The group
also planned for some Christmas
service work, for the Glrla' Train
Injr school. -. ' -
CoTera wtre placed lor 20 girls
at this dinner meeting. -
ICapttol Xaaembly No.. II, Uatt
Si- ed Artisaaa ; will Initiate a grenp
ff candidates at JTatemal Templa
.Thursday eraaing;-: The initiation
will be followed -with aerogram
'and as a conclaslono the-evenlng
' potfuck supper wilt he served at
a Hte hour.
;-;..f -.All yroapectlra ..members : are
"welcome lo come to this and lat
Ztw part of the evening and it is
1 wrred br X officials Of ithe t lodge
"'that all xuembera.be present! and
s.eech hring a-jpovered.ish f? the
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"Two-Piece Tweed Frock"
J f 1772
The inter-club council members
of the Girl Reserves met at the Y.
V. C. A. rooms Saturday at 10
o'clock for a discussion meeting
concerning plans for Christmas
service and Christmas programs
A special program for children
of the city will be given but the
date for it was not determined
Saturday. Also two parties for
the Girl Reserve members will be
given, one December 13 for the
grade school members, and the
other December 14 for the junior
high school group.
As a part of their. Christmas
cheer work each group of Girl Re
serves will take one child patient
of the tuberculosis hospital and
provide Christmas cheer for him.
A chairman from each group will
be appointed to carry out this
The committee appointed to
work out costumes for the Christ
mas program for the children Is
Mrs. Paul Ellis,, Mrs. C. A. Swope,
and Miss Helen Breithaupt-, -.5-
Doris Clare:.4 rw-f-IT's: --T'
ty for the children of the city,
Jean Bartlett of the grades, Doris
Hart from the junior high high
school and Hazel McElroy from
the senior high school will act as
The inter-clab council members
who .met Saturday were Hazel Mc
Elroy, senior high school; Gret-
chen Spencer, Doris Hart, Leslie
school; Louise Carlson. Anoca
Coates, Parrlsh; Barbara Crltes,
Washington; Maud Martin, Rich
mond; Matin Mann, Lorno Bar
ham. Highland; Jean Bartlett,
News from the school meetings
of the Girl Reserves over the city
indicate a busy week last week.
Garfield had an unusually Inter
esting meeting. The theme of
study was "world fellowship In
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' "Before my third baby was bora
my htnband advised me to take yoor
'medidne and be . bought me three
bottles of hi 7Kea I had taken the
, fine one I began to fed better so I
j kept on during th whole period.
V have a' healthy baby boy and
we are so proud of him and praise
Lydia E. Pinlcham VVcgetabk Coca
I pound fee the help it gave me. I feet 1
I lots stronger since I started lo ose k
i and would -not be wkbotit k.
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Design 1772 would be equally
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receipt of fifteen cents in coins
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harmony with the topic for the
month. Miss LaVada Maxwell
taught the group several negro
spirituals, and a detailed study of
the life of Holland was taken up
In the course of the month a doll
will be dressed as a Holland airl
would be dressed, all the details of
dress to be learned by study on
the part of the group.
Highland group was organized
Friday with 20 girls enrolled
Mrs. James Bennett and Miss
Louisa Sidwell are the advisors
Mrs. Gallaher met with the Mc-
Klnley group Thursday and spoke
on the subject of the aims of the
Girl Reserves and the meaning of
the triangle. This Thursday a
Study of Japan will be taken up.
I Leslie had an unusually inter
esting meeting Tuesday at which
time Prof. James T. Mathews
spoke concerning his recent trip to
The program committee of the
Parrisb school group met at the
home of its vice president, Gwen
Gallaher Tuesday, and made plans
for the year's program. They de
cided to build their program
round the life of the ' Orient.
China will be the discussion for
today at the regular meeting of
The high school girl reserves
held a cabinet meeting Wednes
day In the Girl Reserves' club
room In the high school.
Mrs. Eric Butler and Mrs. Gal
laher .motored to SilTertonFridsT
- TO' tv T'ta' - Vr. " : .
Mrs. Gallaher will meet with a
group of Liberty women at a tea
meeting Wednesday to lay ' the
foundation for a Girl Reserve
group in the Liberty school.
The membership committee of
the T..W. C. A. will meet at the
Y. W. C. A. rooms tonight at 7
o'clock.. Mrs. J. H. La u term an is
chairman ot this -group. Others
who will meet with her tonight
are' Mrs. E. C. Van Slyke. Mrs. J,-
Ray Pemberton, Mrs. M. L. Mey
ers, Mrs.- J. A. Brownson, Mrs. E.
A. Colony, Elizabeth Welch, Leila
Park, Mrs. Ethel Krause and Miss
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A delightful dinner party iven
by Mrs. Thomas McBride in com
pliment to her husband. Judge
Thomas McBride of the Oregon su
preme court, marked the celebra
tion of Judge McBride's 82nd
birthday. Saturday night.
Serving was done at small tables
each centered with a gay arrange
ment of fall flowers. At the close
of. dinner the great birthday cakt
was brought in, brilliant with its
lighted candles. Judge McBride
cat out one piece. for luck and
then it was taken to a central
serving table, cut and served to
A social hour followed dinner at
which time the conversation cen
tered about the delights of travel
ing and particularly of the recent
eight months' strip around the
world which has just been con
cluded by Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Pat
terson of Portland.
Guests for this affair were the
honor guest. Judge Thomas Mc
Bride, and Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Pat
terson, Mr. and Mrs. Edmond C.
Giltner, Miss Anna McBride, and
Lor in g K. Adams, all of Portland;
Mrs. George P. Baxter of Berkeley
California; Mrs. May Newton, Deer
Island, Oregop; Mr. and Mrs.
George M. McBride. Multnomah,
Oregon; Mrs. M. Cuslc, Dr. D. B.
Morse, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wil
son, Frank Lovell and Mrs. Mc
Bride, the hostess.
Portland Guest Is
Mrs. W. M. Cline entertained at
her apartment in the Royal Court
Friday evening in compliment to
her weekend house guest from
Portland, Mrs. Grace Stoll with a
three table bridge evening.
Guests for this were Mrs. Stoll,
Mr. and Mrs. Linn Smith, Dr. and
Mrs. W. A. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Brock, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Tipton, and H. Hicks of Portland.
Portland Order Will
Give Degree Work
Hiawatha council, degree of Po
cahontas will hold a class adop
tion tonight, where several appli
cants will be given the degree
work. The Wahkeena council ot
Portland will put on the work.
All members are urged to be
present. A banquet will be serv
ed after the meeting, in the ban
Leslie Can Do Class
Changes Meeting Date
The Leslie Can Do Class has
changed meeting dates because f
Thanksgiving .day, , !
T ad Mrs
wlU be hosts at their
Breys avenue. Mrs. B.
and Mrs. Charles Vick
will he assistant hostesses
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- SOCIAL CALENDAR
Knights of Pythias and
Pythian Bisters, homecoming
meeting, Fraternal Temple.
All members urged to be pres-
ent to answer roll call.
Writers' section of Salem
Art League, with Miss Edna
Garfield . and Miss Renska
Swartz, at the C. P. Bishop
home, 765 Court street, 8
W. C. T. U. meets 2:30
o'clock, regular meeting, Un-
ion ball, corner of Ferry and
Sonth Commercial. -
Etokta club, annual silver
tea benefit. Mrs. H. S. Boss-
bard, 2:30 o'clock to 5:30
Membership committee, Y.
W. C. A- 7 o'clock.
Hiawatha Council, I. O. O.
Woman's Foreign Mission-
ary society, Leslie church
Mrs. B. E. Otjen, 818 Rural
avenue. 2 o'clock.
South Circle First Chris-
tian church, with Mrs. M. H.
Viesko, 1343 South Liberty
street, all day missionary
meeting, covered dish lunch-
eon at 12 o'clock.
Faculty Women's club,
2:30 o'clock, Mrs. W. E.
AB, P. E. O. sisterhood.
with Mrs. D. X. Beechlerr
1540 Court street.
Mispah Sunday school class
of First Baptist church. Mrs.
C. A. Page. 1255 Court street.
Social eveaine. '
Capitol A i.embly. No. 84.
United Ar.isans, initiation
program, followed by pot-
luck supper. Fraternal Tem-
Daughters of Union Veter-
ans, 8 o'clock, Woman's club-
Y.M.C.A. Friday night pro-
gram, 7:30 o'clock, Y. M. C.
A. building. Court street.
Benefit bridge tea, Sacred
Heart Alumnae hostesses, at
Sacred Heart Academy, 2:00
o'clock to 6 o'clock. Bridge
and "500" in evening, begin-
ning 8 o'clock for men and
Leslie Can Do class, Dr.
and Mrs. C. W. Davis, 665
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The annual meeting of the
Federated woman's clubs of Polk
county was held at the Oak Point
school house Saturday. The pre
sident, Mrs. C. L. Blodgett, pre
sided at the conference ot presi
dents. The nominating committee
consisted of the representatives
from 11 out of, the 16 clubs with
membership id the Federated
clubs of Polk county. The 11
clubs represented were Rickreall
Ladles A!d, Oak Point Commun
ity Service club, Oak Grove La
dies Aid. Sweet Briar club, Or
chard Heights club, Valley View
club. Brash College Helpers, Ze
na Missionary Society, Book and
Thimble club. Buena Vista club
and Elkins Woman's club. Mrs.
Frank Fawk . ot Oak Grove was
unanimously chosen president and
Mrs. L. W. Plummer of Dallas
Following the conference a ban.
quet was served in assembly
room by the Oak Point club ladies.
Places were laid for 75 club mem
bers. The banquet preceded the
excellent program which was in
charge of Mrs. C. L. Blodgett.
The principal address of the day
was given by' Dr. Estella Ford
Warner of Salem.
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Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
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