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Tts CnSGON STATESMAN, Sakn, Oregca 7cdaesday Morning, November 23, 1929
1 Society News and Club, Affairs i
V a OWfElLDOJJL SocUti Editor
itol Club Will
t Begin Season
Mr. William Dancy wiU fee
kostess for members of the- Capi
tol clob, on of the outeUadlng
bridge clubt of Salem, this after
booh at her home. This will be.
' the first meeting of this dab since
In ceased meeting in the spring
for 'the summer Tacatton period.
lAn Interesting. feature of the clnb
Is that It has many special ere
Members are Mrs. E. L. Qaker,
Mrs. Frank W. Durbln, Sr., Mrs.
JW. H. Dancy, Mrs. Lu F. Griffith,
Mrs. O. C. Locke, Mrs. Milton L.
Meyers, Mrs. H. H. Olinger, Mrs.
George Rodgers, Mrs. R. E. Lee
'Eteiner." Mrs. ' W. Carlton Smith
nd Mrs. George Rose.
Mrs. J. A. .Bernards
: Division Hostess
Mrs. J. A. Bemardi was hostess
Monday afternoon for a group of
women from the institutions de
partment who have as their chief
'project, work for the feeble mind
ed folk. These women finished a
! project which they hare been
! working on for the past few weeks
i - that' of making scrap books for
I the children at the feeble minded
Monday afternoon saw the com
pletion of 100 of these books, the
cloth pages of which are gay with
. attractive pictures, and the edges
of which are neatly finished to
- stand wear. Much credit is due the
.chairman, Mrs. Bernardi and her
gTOup of workers for colorful and
attractive work that they have
done, according to Mrs. S. M. En
dleott, general chairman of the
v department who was a special tea
guest for this meeting. -
Following the completion of the
books Mrs. Bernardi. served tea.
.Those present Monday afternoon
. W'ere Mrs. Carrie F. Fowle, Mrs.
JJarr Johnson, Mrs. Lorena Ber
tfeelt. Mrs. Mary Starr, Mrs. Ida
" jL Miles, and Mrs. Endieott as a j
pedal guest. -
, Pauline Knowland
Goes to Pasadena
Miss Pauline Knowland, popu
lar bride-elect for whom many
affairs have been given In the
- last few weeks, left Tuesday for
. Pasadena, California, in company
with her mother, Mrs. Charles E.
Knowland, where she will be the
guest of Mrs. Roy Wesley Burton,
. nee Zeta Rosenquest of Salem, at
her home on Eldora road.'
At the Burton home November
23, Miss Knowland will become
the'bride of Burton T. Randall at
high noon. . Following the cere
mony the young people will take
a short wedding trip through
southern California and then be
at home In Glendale, California,
where Mr. Randall is in business.
Harvest Home Festival
v,. Each year the members of the
Home Missionary societies of the
three Methodist churches sponsor
' a harvest home festival tea at the
-Methodist Old People's home lo
cated at Center and 16th street.
" This tea comes just at Thanksdv-
lug time and therefore takes the
" form of a "festival" with gifts of
all sorts of vegetables and fruits
in any edible form, presented to
' the home by Its many Interested
This year the tea will be held
i TrirtaV between the hours of 2:30
ibek, and S o'clock in the social
rooms: et the home. - Mrs. F. A.
' Lerze has general charge of the
tea-arrangements. Av short .ro-
: gram will be given.
Passion Play Is
Mrs. W. E. Anderson returned
from Portland Tuesday where she
had been visiting since Saturday
and where she saw the Passion
Play Saturday afternoon. -
Edward Hurliman, CQAcertmas
ter 'of the Portland symphony, di
rected the ehorus of Portland peo
ple who sang for this beautiful
and most pretentious production
which has never been shown In
Portland. Mr. Hurliman directed
the chorus in person Saturday and
Sundav. Mrs. Anderson saw and
beard him in the symphony con
cert. In speaking of Fasscbmat, the
tenor who took the lead in the
Passion Play, Mrs. Anderson'' ex
pressed the opinion that he had a
more beautiful tenor voice than
any artist who had ever appeared
In the auditorium. Another thing
of especial interest concerning the
play was the vast -numbers old
.German folk who came with their
families of three1 fpur--or more
to hear their native language as it
was spoken and sung in this play.
Monday night Mrs. Anderson
heard Galll Curci for whom she
brought home no' enthusiasm. '
Etkota Club Has
Annual Tea Meeting
- Each year the Erokta club has
a silver tea for the benefit of the
Children's Farm home near Cor
Tallis. Tuesday afternoon between
the hours of 2:30 o'clock and 5:30
o'clock Mrs. H. S. Bossahrd was
hostess for the tea for this year.
Miss Gertrude Eakin was assist
ant hostess. r-i
The affair was delightful. Large
baskets of bright hued chrysanthe
mums were arranged everywhere
they could be placed to add effect
iveness to the attractive guest
rooms. The tea table was centered
with the same flowers and adding
to their beauty here shone linght
ed candles in harmonizing shades.
Mrs. Vard Hughes and Mrs. F. N.
Toothacre presided at the tea ta
ble. -Assisting with the serving were
Miss Henrietta Bishop, Miss Kath
ryn Elgin, Miss Marian Britz, Miss
Gertrude Oehler, and Miss Dorothy
Bosshard, Mrs. Maison Bishop,
Mrs. S. B. Gillette and Mrs. T. E.
Graber assisted about the rooms.
This later group of women with
Mrs. Vard Hughes as chairman
acted as a social committee to ar
range the tea.
Mrs. Alice H. Dodd added much
to the afternoon's enjoyment with
an interesting talk on art. Music
given by Mrs. Maison Bishop and
Mrs. Darrow Johnson also were at
tractive additions to the program.
Monday Night Club
Has Attractive Dance
SOCIAL CALENDAR .
Woman's Foreign Mission-
ary rociety, Leslie .church,
Mrs. B. E. Otjen, 818 Rural
avenue, 2 o'clock.
South Circle First Chris-
Hears Mrs. C. Butte
In the American Legion auxil
iary meeting Monday night Mrs.
tian jehurch, with Mrs. M. H. j Christopher Butte gave a compre-
viesKo, us j sou in j-iDeriy - ; nensive aiscussion oi me meaning
street, all day missionary j and field of the Fidae organiza-
An unusually attractive dance
was that for which the Monday
Night Dancing club was host at
Castilllan Hall Monday night. A
large number of the membership
were present and the evening was
highly suggestive of the approach
ing Thanksgiving season.
Among the several dinner par
ties given preceeding the dance
was that for which Dr. and Mrs.
W. W. Baum were hosts at the
Marion Hotel. - -
Faculty Women's Club
Meet at Kirk Home
-Mrs. W. E. Kirk will be bust
ess for the social afternoon meet
ing of the Faculty Women's dub
of Willamette university Thursday
at 2:30 o'clock. A cordial invita
tion is extended faculty women to
present for this meeting.
Mrs. F. M, Erickson, Mrs. E. C.
Richards. Mrs. R. M. Gatke, and
i Miss Lena Johnson will be assist
ant hostesses. .
tion, international in its scope, the
express purpose of which is to pro
mote world understanding, lum
bers on the program supported
the main tople of discussion.
Scotch songs were sung by Mrs.
James Fitzgerald; an Irish duet
was offered by Miss Margaret
Thompson and Miss Agnes Morris
on; Mrs. Mary Curtis gave some
Italian dialect readings, and Mrs.
Anna Schiess gave a program
which she had used many times
in overseas programme.
Mrs. M. C. Stanton gave a vivid
description of the work which was
done by nurses in the front line
hospital huts, espeoJally before
the American nurses were brought
in to relieve the allied nurses.
Much enthusiasm was shown
during the business meeting which
preceded the social hour. Christ
mas plans were put under way for
a -'large amount of Christmas
cheer work which Is done by the
Auxiliary. Money was voted to be
sent to Portland headquarters to
be 'used 'for needy children over
the state. Plans were made for
local work with children and fam
ilies of ez-serriee men.
It was also made known that a
prise will again be given this year
for excellent work in history done
by some Salem student; the his
tory will likely be American al
though that is not definitely de
cided. Salem auxiliary is working for
national citation In membership
and this means that all member
ship reports must be in Wash
ington, D. C. not later than De
cember 21. Dues are delinquent
after October 20.
It was reported at the meeting
Monday night that the Auxiliary
sold 100 tickets for Armistice day.
Mrs. Lockard and Mrs. Holden re
ceivel prizes for selling the largest
Following the business and pro
gram a social hour followed. The
next meeting will be December 2
at 8 o'clock In MeComack hall.
D. A R. Past Regents
Form D. A. R. Chapter
The past regents of the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution
announce through the present re
gent, Mrs. W. H. Byrd. that plans
Members of the Past. Noble I are fast being completed for the
eon at 12 o'clock.
- Sweet Briar club meets
with Mrs. Ed Pratt, Wallace
road, 2 o'clock.
Past Noble Grands, Salem
Rebekah lodge No. 1, Mrs.
Gertrude Cummings, 13S7
Woman's Union of First
Congregational church, will
meet. .1:30. o'clock church
parlors. Missionary box to be
made hp,, Important sewing
Faculty Women's elub.
?-3n n'rWV -Mm H7 V
'A BY P. E. O. sisterhood.
with Mrs. D. X. Beechler.
1140 Court street.
Mlspah Sunday school class
of First Baptist church, Mrs.
C. A. Page, 1265 Court street
Capitol Assembly. No. 84.
Vnitori . Iriliaiii IkIiu.
program, followed by not-
luck supper. Fraternal Tem-
e nla ft
Ladies' aid of the Worn-
. an's Relief . corps, all-day
quilting meeting, potluck
dinner at noon. Fairgrounds.
Kensington club. Mrs. F.
S. Anunsen,' 1110 North Cap-
itol street, 2:20 o'clock.
Daughters of Union Veter-
ans 8 o'do'ck, Woman's" fcluh-
Y.M.C.A. Friday night pro-
gram, 7:80 o'clock. Y. M. C.
A. building. Court street!
Benefit bridge tea. Sacred
Heart Alumnae hostesses, at
Sacred Heart Academy, 2:00
and "500" in evening, begin-
ning 8 o'clock for men and
Leslie Can Do class. Dr.
and Mrs. C. W. Davis. 665
Harvest Home Festival
tea; Methodist Old People's
home, Center and 16th
"streets, public invited.
Salem Woman's club.
Teachers' Day." 2:30 o'dock
business meeting. Program 3
o'clock. Prof. Edwin T. Reed
O. S. C. speakerof the dav.
Past Noble brands
Wedding of interest
WOODBURN tfbe marriage of
Miss Doris Ruth Water bury of
Portland, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Waterbury and E. C.
Melson, also of Portland. w3
quietly solemnized at the home of
the bride's grandmother, Mrs. W.
A. Roberts, the evening of Nov
ember. If, Rev. L. C. Poor, offi
ciating. The bride wore a wedding gown
of eggshell white lace over satin
of the same color and carried a
shower bouquet of ophelia roses
and sweet peas. Miss Dorothea
Stohsky acted as bridesmaid and
Dan Waterbury, brother wf the
bride, was best man.
Out of town guests were O. W.
and Carrie Waterbury, et Wood
burn. W. H. Waterbury of Toledo,-
and Miss Yvonne Johnson of
O. S. C, at Corvallis. Other guests
were Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Patterson,
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Peerin, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Schroeder. Mrs.
S. Davis, Mrs. C. A. Stennett, Mrs.
Howard, Mrs. L. C. Poor, Mr. and
Mrs. Win Roberts and son Ross
and daughter, Dorothy and Mrs.
William Chapman and daughter
Mrs. Melson is the grand
daughter of O. W. Waterbury and
the niece of Carrie Waterbury and
Mrs." Win Wilson of Woodburn.
McCOY A miscellaneous show
er was given by the Bethe com
munity Wednesday in honor of
Mrs. Joe Baker and Mrs. Grant
De Sbazer. Both girls who were
Just recently married, are teach
ers at the Bethel school. . Many
lovely gifts ' were received.
Those present were: M rs.
George Richards, Mrs. Henry
Domes. Mrs. John Romlg, Mrs. S.
L. Stewart, Mrs. Leon Turner,
Dr. and Mrs. Carl Gregg Uoney
were hosts for dinner Friday eve
ning with Prof, and Mrs. T. S.
Roberts and Prof, and Mrs. Rahe
Mrs. Arthur Rahn was host
ess to members of the Tuesday
club at her home on Fairmount
hill Tuesday with luncheon and
Mrs. Elisabeth Gallaher and
Mr. Jennie Vincent were guests of
Miss Amanda Mathews of Shaw,
for over the weekend.
MreVjCw. Finn,' Mrs. Tom Sears.
Mrs. Jake Sears, Mrs. Gus Prang,
Mrs- McRae, Mrs. Cecil Graves,
Mrs. Scharff. Mrs. George Shields,
Mrs. Morris Christensen, Mrs.
Kate R&odc. Mrs. Fred Jennings
and Mrs. StutsT Refreshments
were served te the ladles by Mrs.
S. L. Stewart, Mrs. George Rich
ards, Mrs. M. Christensen.
By High School Group
A trmin nf hirh arhtvai airla en-
Joyed a "no-host" dinner at the
Rna Monriav nlrht. Yellow chrv-
santheinums centered an attractive
dinner table. Following the din
ner hour the group enjoyed a line
party at the Capitol theatre.
In the guest group were Emma
Varlev. Lucille Nash. Kathervn
Sheldon, Jane Harbison, Grace
Bar. Merle Thatcher. Kathryn
Rowe, Frances Reld, Thelma La
Duke. Roberta Varley, June Fitx
patrkk, Jewell Fltzpatriek, Fran
ces Walker, Lottie Mash, ueio res
Mills. Doratha Cannon. Georgia
Nash and Constance Krebs.
WOODBURN A tea was given
by the Good Samaritan hospital
and officers of the school of nurs
ing in the nurses home as a fare
well to Miss Mabel Livesay, Mrs.
Edith B. Kimball, Miss Lulu Hes
Bon and Ellah Moore.
Receiving the guests of honor
were Misses Lillian Pfinninger,
Christine Larson, Ethel Livesay,
Elizabeth Stewart, Ann Murrey
and Gertrude Bailie. Miss Emily
Loveridge, Miss Estelle G. Badley,
Mrs. Harry Smoot and Miss
Laura Shaw poured.
Miss Livesay, sister of James
Livesay of this city, has left the
staff of supervise rs of nurses and
has resigned to take up special
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Orey are re
ceiving congratulations on the
birth of a son Monday at the Orey
home on Union street. Young Mas
ter Orey has not yet been named.
Both mother and son are progress
Ylnger Sextette from Boston will
give a musical program in the au
ditorium of the First Methodist
church Thursday evening. The
program is being sponsored by the
high school chapter of the Ep
Tie jregular dates of several
dubs fls ilther on or near
Thanksgiving day and the result
is that meetings are being changed
to a more convenient time ef
The Town and Gown dub is
changing its meeting date frcm
Thursday to Tuesday, November
20. This club meets at Lausanne
hall. Mrs. C. P. Bishop is pres
A second club to change its date
Is the Leslie Can Do folk who have
changed the meeting date from
November 29 to November 2.
The Dakota Ladies dub has
postponed its meeting without set
ting a definite date time for meet
ing in the future.
Mrs. Clifton Mudd entertained
members of her drama class Tues
day at her home. The study club
led by Mrs. J. M. Devers will
meet Tuesday of next week at 2
o'clock in the city library. There
is still room In the later class
for a few more members, both
of these groups are under the Sa
lem Arts league.
ITrs. Walter Barseh and son
John Carson Barsch, left Salem
Friday for Oakland after several
weeks' visit here with her mother,
Mrs. John Carson, Sr.. and with,
her many friends.' Mrs. Barseb waa
extensively entertained during her
visit here which was the first la
the two years Just passed.
The Womas's Auxiliary and Hal
Hihbard camp No. S, of the Span
ish American war veterans enter
talned with a banquet Monday
night. A i pleasing program was
presented by the Benners assisted
by Dalbert Jepson, violinist, and
a piano duet given by Doris and
An interesting evening was en
Joyed by the Dunning Mozart club
at its first meeting in the resi
dence studio f Elma Weller Sat
urday afternoon. The members of
this club are the younger plana
students of Miss Weller. Interest
ing plans were made for the club
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Carson took
up their residence in Salem Tues
day at 935 Hood street after two
vears' absence. Mr. and Mm. ra.n.
son have been In CorvaRis.
Grand association of Salem Re
bexah lodge No. 1 will meet this
evening with Mrs. Gertrude Cummings-
at her home 1357 North
Winter street. All past noble
grands are cordially Invited to attend.
Mrs. Cora Van Pelt. Mrs. Evelyn
Naderman, and Miss Hazel Price
will be assistant hostesses.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Campbell
entertained at dinner for ?the
coast camping party" at the
Campbell country home Thurs
day evening. In compliment to
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Wotkls of Eu
gene who wRl leave soon for Los
Angeles. Those who enjoyed this
evening were Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
Woods,'. Miss Marguerite Woods,
Mr. and Mrs. George Ramp, Mr.
and Mrs. W. Lv Fuller, and Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Sturgis. Caids and
a social evening followed the din
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Prang and
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Doerfler are
sponsoring a series of benefit
dances at St, Vincent's haB. The
first of -the-series is to he. .held
' Thursday night.
active organization of Children of
the 'American Revolution, an or
ganization of children who
through inheritance are eligible to
"become" "auxllary" members to"
the D. A. R. in this new C A. R.
organization. Portland has a
very large and very active organ
ization, and much is hoped for
the Salem group.
Mrs. C. C. Clark is chainnarf of
the organization committee. She
now has blanks ready for those
who wish to enroU. Mrs. Byrd is
offering two gold Insignia pins as
prizes, the, first to be' given to the
ooy or gin wno rose completes
his application blank and hands
it in. The second prize goes , to
the one bringing in the largest
number of new members. Mem
bership blanks can be procured
from cither Mrs. Clark or Mrs.
- Plans are not yet completed but
it Is expected that the new organ
ization will have perhaps two
meetings a year, and its aim will
be to create a added Interest in
history and keep alive the spirit
the D. A. R. organisation has fos
tered. : No meeting date has been
set for this new organization.'
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Absolutely every. Wilton rug in our store is on sale at just two-thirds of the regular
price, f Although the first day of the sale considerably depleted our stock of Wiltons,
the range is still wide in color, size; and design. No Wilton rugs will be withheld
everything in. wool and worsted is on sale at this sweeping reduction! This is a genu-
ins sals and you will want to select your rugs early in order to find the best bargains.
Luncheon Sets Damask Cloth
Madeira Doilies and Table Cloths
Pastel Luncheon Sets s Guest Towels
255 No. Liberty
Ope. Till 8:45 Saturday Evening
One Hundred Years
from Now ...
The thing we call modern vrill
be as out of date as frock
coats are today.
Belcrest, however, will with
stand the ravages of time and
changing conditions because
Belcrest is permanently en
dowed, to be cared for,
throughout all time.
M Mile South em Brownlag AreBwe.
Ladies' Novelty 7
Kerchiefs, 3 for 50c.... 1 1 C
Kerchiefs . DQ
Rayon gowns and slips for
Rayon Bloomers, Vests, Shor
ties and Petti- (J- (f
eoats Two foir vlVU
Flannel Gowns in solid white,
pink, peach, ' Q
rot fun ,, nric
Crepe de Chins combinations,
lacs and ribbon QJ?
Another Group at $2.85
One tot of Fall Hats numer-
ons styles and
. Quality Merchandise
v. A - ropujar rnces
We have assembled one
rack of dresses from our
regular stock of up-to-date
models, featuring crepes
Good run of sizes
One rack of coats, ideal for
the school college and of
fice girl; Some are heavily
. furred while others have
collars ' of self materials.
These have ; been selected
out of regular stock and;
put on one rack to sell.
Valley-day at .
Fine quality worsted
Black' or White
Crepe de Chine triansle sport
I Vsesjfi 25c tnA lOe
' One lot odds and ends of wool
hose plain and Q
fancy colors . 4tC
Odds and ends kiddies and
little ladies' hose some are
silk and rayon mixed, 19c
pair or CTA,
5 pair for. OUC
Ladies' full fashioned hose,
silk from toe to top in service
weight and ! gf
One lot odds and ends cham
osette gloves with fancy cuffs
Chamosette gloves with f anew
All leather handbags, back
strap and topi handles, variety'
colors '- :-;jt .95
Slipm and coat styles, some :
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