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: f of Interest
. One of the most Interesting -events
of tbe month was the
Marriage la Portland of John J.
Elliott, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
Elliott, and Vtviaa Oalta, daugh
ter of Mr. and Jin. Edward G.
Uerrif ield of The Dalles, ia Port-
laad Satirrday at 2 o'clock.
The ceremony was yead fa the
some of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Price
by Rt. Thomas J. Villers of the
' White Temple. Only the imme
diate fasiitiee and most intimate
friends were present.
Tbe bride who was attended by
her tister.Mtsfl Georgia McrrifieJd,
was beautiful ia a gown of biege
lace. She carried a shower boa-
qiet of Ophelia, roses, lilies of the
alley and white sweet peas. Karl
Gabrielsoa acted as best man.
After a short wedding trip Mr.
ad Mrs. Elliott will be at home
at the Royal Court apartment.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Elliott were
. I'nlversity of Oregon folk. Mrs.
Elliott was affiliated with the
Delta Zeta eororlty. Mr. Elliott
it a member; of the Kappa Sigma
fraternity, lie served daring the
World war as a captain of the air
service. He is now associated
with the State Building and Loan
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" Miss Rhea Mumper, daughter
of MK,and Mrs. Fred Mumper, of
Scio. became the bride of Albert
.B. Page, son of Mr. and Mrs. C.
A. Page of Salem, Saturday at 10
o'clock at a quiet wedding In the
parsonage of the First Baptist
caurch. ReT R. I.. Payne read
the ceremony before only the im
mediate families and friends.
The bride was gowned In an at-
ractive blue georgette made with
Targe collar. She carried a shower
bouquet of pink roses. Miss Artis
Khelton attended the. bride. Ches-
ljr Page, brother of the groom,
fwaa best man.
Immediately following the cere
iony the wedding party went to
4he home of the groom' parents,
Mr. and Mr. C. A Page where a
wedding breakfast was serredi
Mr. and Mrs. Page left for a
niiort wedding trip. They will be
at home to their friends after
January 1 at 15S0 Sonth 12th
Mrs. John Fabry, Sr.
Elected to Office .
Mrs. J. M. Cobnrik entertained
members of the Pringle Woman's
club with a delightful evening in
htf home on Tuesday. An at
tracting decorated Christmas tree
and other holiday novelties were
arranged about the rooms. An
exchange of gifts by the members
ana the appearance of Santa,
Clans n an enjoyable feature.
During the business session of
ficer? were selected for the corn
in.? vear. Mrs. John Fabry. Sr., as
president, who succeeds Mrs. C.
Wi Grabenhorst: Mrs. H. C. Sta
p let on. viire president, who suc
ceeds Mrs. J. M. Cobnrn, and
Mrs. A. Ililfiker, seeretary-treas-nter,
who succeeds Mrs. George
Proceeding the refreshment
' e honr, Christmas carols were sung
by the club. group.
Mrs. Claire Sealey of Twin
Falls, Idaho, was a speelal guest.
Club members present were Mrs.
George Adams, Mrs. J. Bonney,
Mrs. E. Clarke. Mrs. F. R. Clarke.
Mrs. M. M. Uoburn, Mrs. S. D.
Emery, Mrs. John Fabry. Sr.,
Mrs. John Fabry, Jr., Mrs. C. W.
Grabenhortt. Mrs. W. II. Graben
horst, Mrs. Paul Gurgurlch. Mrs.
A. Ililfiker. Mrs. B. A. Ililfiker,
Mrs. Hoffman. Mrs. Clifford
Jones, Mrs. J. D. Odell. Mrs. Anna
J. Robbing. Mrs. H. C. Stapleton,
Mrs. J. Sandifer, Mrs. O. T. Seal
ey, Mrs. Harry Werhter and the
hostess, Mrs. J. M. Coburn.
The January meeting will be
held at the home of Mrs. George
Little Tots Have
TMrs. If. F. Shanks and Mrs. R
D. -Barton entertained in compli
ment to the wee tots of the First
Methodist- church in the church
parlors beginning at 2:30 o'clock
Saturday afternoon. There were
to mothers and children present
for1 this happy Christmas party.
The church rooms were beauti
v fully decorated with Christmas
greens. A program given by 60
of the little folk, was greatly en
: Joyed by all present for it was
exceptionally well done. The
main part of the program was a
playlet "Santa ClaB.,
' a . At the close of the program a
telegram saying that Santa Clans
won Id soon arrive caused much
. excitement. When he came he
spread much joy by distributing
candy to all the little guests.
"Mrs. V. W. Ohmart has been
the1 guest of Chauncy Ohmart and
family alt Toledo, Oregon, for the
past week;. She expects to re
, turn to Salem before Christmas
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Merry Christmas .
Christmas time is the time for big "homecomings and
there is just two places to be on that particular day, either
at home or at "grandmother's house." It is also a day for the
little folk to enjoy and the older folk to make merry so that
tJie little folk u ill be sure to get all the joy there is to be had.
Here is a group tcho unLl celebrate Christmas to the ut
most. To the extreme eft is Glenn Franklin Armpriest, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Armprist. Next is Mrs. R. E. Lee
Steiner with two of her grandchildren with whom she will
enjoy Christmas this year, Mary Lee Fry, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Dan Fry, Jr., and Jean Steiner, wee daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Milton Steiner.
In the upper left hand corner is little Miss Madeline
Glee Keene who is now in California with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Keene, visiting her grandparents.
The lower corners present the happy faces of Robert
andFlavia Downs, Children of Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Downs.
s Gay Affair
Mrs. W. P. Ellis was hostess to
members of Hana Rosa court, No.
6. Order of the Amaranth, for a
Christmas party and to celebrate
the close of a contest for mem
bership and-attendance which the
lodge has ' been maintaining tor
the past few months. The lodge
had been divided . into two di
visions with Mrs. Ruth Crary as
leader of one and Mrs. "W. P.
Ellis leader of the other. The
winning side was to be given a
party by the losing side. Mrs.
Campbell and her group were the
Liberty school Christmas
L program at community !&!!,
Daughters of Union Veter-
ans, 8 o'clock. Woman's
clubhouse, 8 o'clock.
Montague is a brother of Miss
Lord's mother. Mr. and Mrs.
Montague are on their first trip
west and are on their way to
spent tbe winter in Honolulu.
The Berean Sunday school
The hostess committee assist- elss held its Christmas party fa
ins Mrs. Ellis were Mrs. L. P. the social rooms
Campbell. Mrs. J. B. Protzman. Christian church Wednesday ev-
Mrs. E. B. Gabriel, and Mrs. Iva enlng. The rooms were decorat
Bustaey. ea witn ennstmas iestoons ana
The guest rooms were beauti- targe enrtstmas tree irom wnica
fully decorated with all the sym- each of the 17 guests received a
bols of Christmas and a large present
Christmas tree held gifts for each
of tbe winning side. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pemberton
Cards and dancing were en- Of Twist, Washington, will be the
joyed during the evening and re-1 Christinas week end guests of Mr.
freshments were served at a late and Mrs. A. J. Bohrnstedt. They
are expected to arrive today. Mrs.
Pemberton was Alberta Bohra-
Gold Star Mother
Mrs. Minniedel Baker will give
a "merry Christmas to all the
boys in hospitals in Oregon over
radio station KGW Monday at
5:20' o'clock. Mrs. Baker was
one of the delegates to make the
trip to the national War Mothers
convention in Cleveland, Ohio,
this fall. She has done much
work with the organisation and
Is now state chairman of tbe
Gold Star Mothers of the War
Mothers of the state of Oregon.
the presentation. The choir will
take part and will be directed
by Richard Robertson. Robert
Nelmyer Is directing the pageant
and Miss Irene de Lisle has
charge of the wardrobe. Norman
Purbrick Is the reader.
The principal characters are
Virgin Mary, Mary Kafoury; Jo
seph Arthur Fisher; Angel Ga
briel, Josephine Cornoyer; John
the Baptists, Austin Walker, Jr.;
Light of the World, Marie Pat-ton.
Pacreant to Be
simas party in . .
of the nm Attractive Affair
Wednesday ev-l .
hour to about 40 people.
Miss Jeanette Scott
ZENA One of the most de
lightful Christmas affairs given in
Zena during the week preceding
the holidays was that given Wed
nesday night by Miss Jeanette
Scott for fellow members of the
Crescendo club of the Salem high
school. Miss Cleo Seeley is presi
dent of this musical organization.
Miss Lores Barham and Miss Blair
Foley had charge of program arrangements.
The rooms of the Scott home
were gay with holly, mistletoe.
and a beautifully decorated
Christmas tree. The guests de
rived much pleasure aad amuse-
meat whea they exchanged Christ
Following the program the
hostess served - dainty refresh
ments. Favors were pretty red
baskets filled with nuts, candies
Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Mon
tague of New York City will ar
rive today la Portland where they
will 4e met by Miss Elisabeth
Lord, whose guests they will be
over the Chistmas holidays. Mr.
and Finger Wave
The St. Paul's Episcopal
hurch will be the scene ot an im
pressive pageant "The Nativity"
at 7:30 o'clock Sunday evening.
About 75 folk will take part la
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Harmony Music Studio
v - . , 903 Union
'f y G. Calyar Larkin, Director
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Is Unique Affair
Mrs. Etta Burns entertained
Sunday afternoon at her home
with a delightful birthday dinner
for a group of friends who have
been friends since school days.
Each year the birthday of each of
the five is celebrated with a din
ner. Those who were present for the
dinner Sunday were Mrs. Katie
Sturgis, Mrs. Ivy Johns, Mrs.
Lnta Fuson. Mr. Minerva Hol
comb, and Mrs. Burns. Special
guests present were Mr. and Mrs.
H. W. Savage and children. Max
Savage, Ivan Savage and Naomi
Joy Turner Moses will be host
ess to members of her younger
students for a Christmas party at
her residence studio this after
noon between the hours of two
and five, o'clock. There will be a
large Christmas tree and games
will make a happy afternoon.
The annual Christmas
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Joy each Christmas time was a
happy affair or Friday night at
the homo of Mrs. Ida B. Godfrey.
Tha guest rooms were attract
ively decorated with hollv.
mistletoe, and a large, brilliantiv
decorated Christmas tree upon
which the gnests placed presents
as they came In and from which
after a Jolly social hoar the.-e
presents were distributed each to
its intended owner. Following
this refreshments were served by
the hostess committee. Mrs. Faj-e
Wright. Mrs. Mabel Minto and
Mrs. Lena Cherrington. The
luncheon table was centered with
holly and red tapers.
Special guests were Mrs. Rer
Dhvis. Mrs. Bray. Mrs. Emmons,
and Mrs. Jessie Darby.
Club members present wer
Mrs. Jessie Follis, who came into
the clnb as a member for the first
time Friday nV?ht. Me?dames:
Ida Ea brock yAllc Mvf rs
Rose Babcock MiWI Mrt
Enm Brova . Miricie Mvtler
Lna Cherrington Ida L. Niies
Alice Coolidge Gus-ie Nilee
Marian Derby Abbi M. Pftteva
Hazel Gillette Ros Pntt
Mary Johnston, E:!'.a Sm'th
Josie La Fore Itt! ?.-r.:ti
Miss L.II& Johnson K-t3.z.'-- .-f!-r
Elizabeth Laws - I
Rossie A. Linfoot Mos; 'as
Marie F. McCall
Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Downs were
hosts for one of the gayest Christ
mas parties of the week at their
home Saturday night. The guest
rooms were gay with Christmas
decorations and a gorgeous
Christmas tree. After a happy
evening of fnn and games, gifts
were presented from the tree.
This was followed with refresh
ments served by the hostess as
sisted by Mrs. M. J. Melchior.
The guests were the members
of the Amltician club and were
Mr. .and Mrs.
C. J. TOieitoa If. J. VeTchior
U. R. Waiu Dr. ad Mrs.
Knight Pearesy Tenon Doaflit
Mite Pinek Darid Benaet Hill
EJ Tiesk Carl Fmraona
Edgar BcrwHni C. A. Dews.
M. J. Melcheid
Word has come from Juneau,
Alaska, of the birth of a son.
christened .Earle Hunter III to
Mr. and Mrs. Earle Hunter. Jr.
born November 23. Mrs. Hunter
was Uinta Kirk, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Kirk of Chemawa.
Mr. Hunter is cashier of the First
National bank in Juneau and one
of the papers announced the
young son as the "assistant cashier."
Miller's are Adequately Prepared for
Last Minute Gift Shoppers!
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