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TODAY WE PRESENT .
. I Owr compliments to the New Year. Master William Howard Wilson,
six montli old son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wilson, looks out at you from
the center of this picture urith all the happy confidence of a new year
starting on its way. His smile is our happy new year's wish to you.
Surrounding Master William is a group of young folk; happy omens
for the year. To the left is Frederic Wells Teddy) Baum, son of Dr. and
Mrs. W. W?Us Baum; to the extreme right is Perry Dwight Quisenberry,
son of Mrl and Mrs. P. D. Quisenberry.
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towei left is Sarah Jane Backstrand, six months old daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Jtrald Backstran and lower right is Irvin Colquette Smith, nine
months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvxn t . bmttn. j
State Social Circles are Looking
Favor to Brilliant Reception and Ball to
Honor New Governor and Lady
rriHE reception and ball which will greet Oregon's new governor and hia lady following
JL the inaugural ceremonies January 12! promises to transcend any social xuncuon ox
state in the history of Oregon, n ! yi . ft : I .
Th T)lan first laid bv the committee Aonointed by Mayor Livfisley to arrange lor
Salem's bow to Governor-elect an4 Mrs. Julius L. Meier have had to be rearranged sev
eral times to care ior tne ever increasing! reservations wnicn repreacuv caicui eu maosc,
and large delegations of the state's prominent folk! from the four corners of the state.
Portland especially seems to da most entbs-
lastle la doing special honor to the- first governor
to be- seat from Portland. Mayor and Mrs. George .
It., Baker bare j made reservations for a large
party; Mrs. Pat Allan has arranged -for a large
reservation . in the Marion hotel to care for hjer
party; Mr." and Mrs. and Mrs. E. K. Brodle. novr
home on leave from Finland where Mr. Brodle is
minister from the United States are coming and
bringing a party.
In order to insure themselves against bad weath
er the Portland folk have charted one special jtraln
and second one is being considered. AH told Fort
land will pay special, compliment to the newly inau
gurated governor from their fair city. ;j i
The mayor's committee headed by Col. T.J "t. Rllea,
which has been at work on the plans for the ball an
nounce, that through the courtesy of the Marions hotel a
bridge is being built from the main dining room of the
hotel to the door of the' armory so that no matter the
kind of weather guests arriving will be protected.
The armory will start Monday to take onjthe fes-.
4ive air it will bear to greet the guests Janiarr 12.
Lights win be arranged so that tne reception- corner wm
be flooded with soft lights: special lighting i will be ar
ranged for. the whole armory; the over head of the big
armory will be a blaze of flags and bunting and color;
seasonal flowers and banks of green; will add the final
note of beauty fitting the splendor of the oecaflon.
In comparison to this ball which will be' attended by'
hundreds is that held by Governor iafayette Grover in
1870 in his home which is now the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Dan J. Fry, Sr. This ball was the father! of Oregon
inaugural balls. S j.
A second ball of interest was that held in Compliment to
Governor Sylvester Pennoyer in 1887 in the house ot repre
sentatives. At that time the house mas carpeted.' This was
removed and the- desks were' taken out in . order to allow
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IPk . IVI. maaaIIam m m A n A. will rrt 4
lug yiucceui ui inn - icvcyuvu nuu uug n tt
charity and thus an added Interest ! is being! taken in its
splendid success. Dinner parties. In Portland and here, will
precede the event.
Patrons and patronesses for this brilliant
irst of Party
THE first ot a series of three
j, parties to be Riven by Mr.
; and Mrs. Clifton Mudd with
in the next few weeks wss the
30 cover T o'clock dinner party
at their home Saturday night, j
The home had I been transj
formed Into a dnpiication of the
'Original Inn" In Mexico Olty.
and this set the atmosphere for
a delightfully original evening. A
three piece orchestra played
Spanish airs; Lyman McDonald
sang "I'm a Gay Cabellero" and
several guests were in Spanish
To add variety to the evening
a dash of the New Year festiv
ities- were introduced by young
v Blllie MuJd Impersonating Jan
us., the Greek god for whom Jan
nary was named; a mask repre
senting the past and future was
worn by Master Blllie who met
the. guests at the door which had
been formed into an ."arch of the
Most of the guests were in cos
tume and all of the numerous
games and' entertainments which
' followed the dinner hour were
"such as carried out: the spirit Of
the originality of the evening
A number of out of town guests
were present from Eugene and
Miss! Margaret Hauser
Is Hostess . L
Miss Margaret ilauser enter
tained a group of junior high
school students with a holiday
party Friday evening at the home
pLher .parents. Mr. and Mrs. Pail
IfT'Hanser. Dancing: and original
games made ah unusually happy
evening for5 the young guests.
Miss Betty Stewart who has been
a house guest of Miss Uauser's
during the holidays., Miss Cather
ine Fleadrick. and Miss Iona Han
sen assisted Miss Hauser with the
entertainment for the evening,
At a late hour a bouffet supper
was served by Mrs. Hauser as
sisted by Miss Olive Dose.
Guests for the occasion were
Miss Jane Edwards. Ilss Iona
Hansen. Miss Dolly Haskins, Miss
Katnenne Headrick. Miss Fran
ces Jirak, Miss Marybel Lapham,
Miss Barbara McDonald. Miss
Lila Moriarty. Mis . Virginia
Pugh, Miss Betty Stewart ot Port
land. Miss Alberta Van Dahl.
-TotaAUport, Timmy Beall of To
ledo, Robert French, George
Grabeahorst, Max Hauser. Paul
Hauser, David Hoas. Marvin Hum
phreys, Joe Meaney, Lawrence
snaw, wayne Sheldon of Toledo,
and Billy Wood.
To be Arranged
A unique display is being ar
ranged in the studio of Mr. and
Mrs. Monroe Gilbert, and which
will be open to the public probab
ly Thursday and Friday of this
week. Mrs. Gilbert is sending oat
invitations to all those who have
interesting or unique Christmas
cards to bring these to the studio
and they will be arranged In
groups for the benefit of the in
The display should result in a
very interesting collection which
will be of keen Interest and full
ot suggestions for the coming
Christmas season. The cards
should be clearly marked with
the owners name in order that
none will be confused.
Dallas Women Close
Club Year's Business
Dallas Mrs. C. W. ! Hinkte.
president of the Dallas Woman's
club presided at a special meet
ing Friday afternoon, to transact
much of the business of the club,
prior to the regular meeting
which will be Tuesday, January
It was voted to send 110.00 to
the Doernbecker hospital fund.
Bills were ordered paid, cover
ing cost of the new hardwood
floor and other work in the club
room. It was deeided however not
to purchase card tables at this
time, but wait until the room was
In demand for parties.
Mrs. O. D. Butler, of Indepen
dence will be the speaker at the
Tuesday meeting when she will
relate many of the interesting
events of her recent European
Hostesses for the day- will be
Mrs. W. L. Pemberton, Mrs. J. C.
Tracy, Mrs. P. J. Walton, Mrs. F.
A. Jackson and Mrs. P. I A. Fin-
Brush Creek Mr. and Mrsj
Theodore Grace entertained j a
group of young people at their
homo Thursday night. Cards and
pool formed the amusement j f of
the evening at the close of which
the hostess served supper.
Guests Included Everett Kaljer
and Mabell Hall ot Aumsville;
Edna Storts of Salem: Lela
Stortx, of Sllverton; and Althea
Meyer, Ludvig Meyer, LeRoy Pe
terson, Luella Forland, i -Irl
Grace, Elmer Grace, Milo Grace
and Mrl Grace of Brush Creek.
and Audnie- Tokstad also of ' Sll
verton. ( j
Mrs. Itena Cummtngs, teacher
In Seattle schools, has been the
house feuest of Mr. and MraJ J.
. Devers for the holiday -aea
son. She motored back to Seat-
lie teavmg Saturday.
Start the New Year right with an
appropriate set. of records
i for your business
Columnar Books !
Order Books ;
Dallas New Yeari8
Party is Attractive
Dallas Members of the Thurs
day afternoon club held their an
nual New Years party at the
home of Mr. and Mrs.' Harry
Woods on the Salem road. J
The spacious rooms were gay
with holiday decorations,! a three
course dinner was served to tie
guests at eight small tables, fol
lowing which bridge wa$ played
until the new year was I ushered
in. ; :-i
Club members and husbands
attending were: Mr. and iMrs. W.l
L. Soehren, Mr. and Mrs. Aaiar
Hayter, Mr. and Mrs. JJ C. Ug
low, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. iAllgoodJ
Mr, and Mrs. Willis Slmonton,
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Fuller, MrJ
and Mrs. W. S. LougharyJ Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Craven. Mr. and Mrsj
E. W. Fuller. Mr. and Mrs. BLiAJ
Hamilton. Dr. and Mrs. V. ' C
Staats, Mr. and Mrs. Vera SmithJ
Mr. : and Mrs. JoseDh Crowther:
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Hawkins. Mrsj
Mabel Yoakum and the- host and
hostess, Mr. and -Mrs. Woods.
Adds New Member j
A change of Interest to Salem
musical circles has been1 made in
the Neah-Kah-Nie string, qitarf
tet which is being sponsored! i4
Salem by the Salem Chamber
Music society. Alexander Mur
ray of San Francisco has been
bert Sorenson who was second
violinist will take the viola. ! T
Mr. Murray In addition to ibep
lng a musician of outstanding
ability is a champion fencer ind
a licensed airplane pilot.! He was
born in Scotland and has had a
rery successful musical history
plnce coming to the' United
Mrs. Rose Babcock and !her
hdaughter. Miss Bertha Babcock.
returned Friday from 10- days
spent in Portland as the holiday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver
Jessup. Mrs. Jessup Is! a daugh
ter of Mrs. Babock. Several 1 at
tractive affairs were given for the
Smart Dinner is
MR. and Mrs. Romeo Goulet
entertained at their home
on North Portland road Fri
day night with a smart dinner
party with covers for 20 in com
pliment to their daughter. Miss
Kathryn Goulet, who leaves this
morning for San Mateo, Califor
nia where she will resume her
studies in the Junior college after
a holiday vacation. Most of the
guests were folk home from col
lege for the holidays.
The table and guest rooms car
ried out a green color scheme in
striking manner. Following the
dinner hour, cards were in play
with honors held by Alta Johnson
and Lyle Glover.
Guests were 'the honor guest,
Miss Kathryn Goulet, Miss Mary
Kafonry, Miss Alta Johnson,
Miss Margaret Heltrel. Miss Mar
garet Wilson, Miss Dorothy Good
fellow, Miss Fae Driacoll, Miss
Donna Bishop, Misa Ruth Chap
man, Miss Hattie Ramp, and Wal
ter Norblad, Jr., Frank Shafer,
Lyle Glover, Edwin Johnson, Ho
mer Goulet, Hubert Ashby, Wal
lace Hug. Allan Earle. Robert An
thony, and Kimball Page.
Mrs. George Ramp assisted
Will Have Party
The annual mid-winter party to
be sponsored by the Englewood
club will be observed this Tues
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
A. R. Cartar on Garden Road.
Mrs. F. E. Mercer is chairman
of the entertainment ; committee
and Mrs. A. R. Cartar Is chairman
of the refreshment committee.
It is announced that the St.
Agnes guild will not meet this
Tuesday as is customary but will
meet Tuesday, January IS. This
change is made in order to avoid
a conflict with the Epiphany din
ner, which will be observed by St.
Holiday Event j i
An attractive studio party was
given in compliment to the holi
day season this past we 1 by
Mabel S. Powers. The guest Ust
was made up, ot the students of
Mrs. Powers and the program
was presented by them. Gaines
of all sorts were enjoyed and! a
Christmas tree with gifts tor ill
was a feature ot the fun. Re
freshments were served as an at
tractive conclusion to the party.
Charlotte Eyre and Roberta Pat-
ton assisted Mrs. Power in serv
Guests were Mirrel Mohr, Edith
Mohr, Patty Byrd, Dean Byrd,
Dan McLellan, Sally McLellan,
Sibyl Spears, Leone Spauldiag,
Douglas Chambers, Betty Sim
mons, Laneta Bellinger, Betty
Abrams, Charlotte Eyre, Roberta
Patton, Ruth Massey. Maxlne
Llgon, Helen Smith, Maxlne . Col.
Beverly Armstrong, Jack Powers
The party was held in the
musie studio ot Mrs. Powers ; at
her home on Court street.
To be Monday Night
Hal Hibbard auxiliary and
camp, TJ. S. W- V.. will hold a
joint installation Monday eve
ning at 7:30 of clock at the Arm
Department commander, pf.
R. C. Elsworth of Portland, and
department president, Clara T,
Rtarmptr, Roseburfc. will be the
installing officers. Following
jtbo ceremonies, a social get-to-her
will hold forth. .. ;
Hoa. sod Mr I. Thonss B. Ktf, Major
General and Mrl, Oeorf A. White, Hon.
nl Un. Tkomn A. XWtl7, Hob. ni
Mr. Hat Host. Mr. ajid Mr. O. P. Blah
p. Mr. and Mr. W. H. Dancy, Mr. and
n. Ktwell WllUama, Mr. and Mr.
June H. Mcholtoo, Mr. and Mrs. IL R.
Crawford, Mr. and Mr. 8am A. Ketar,
Mr. and Mr. A. H. Bosh. Dr. aad Mr.
R. E. Lea Steiner. Mr. and Mr. Henry
W. Meyer. i
Mr. nd Mr. Mittea Merer. Mr !
Mr. Paul M. Wallace. Mr. and Mr.
Douglaa- McKay, Mr. and Mr. Robert J.
Hendricks; lr. and Mr. Richard Cart
wrifht, Mr. and Mrs. Percy A. Cupper.
Mr. and Mrs. Ital D. Patton. Dr. and
Mr. Charfe H. Robertson. Mr. and Mra.
Thomas A. Roberts, '
Mr. and Mrs. U. O. Shinier. Mr. and
Mrs. Max O. Barea, Mr. and Mr; Har
ry M. HawVlna, Mr. and Mra. wiHiam
H. Burghardt, Mra. John A. Carson, Hon.
and Mrs. John H. Carson, Mr, and Mr.
Oeorta L, Arbuckla, Mr. and Mrs. Dan
J. Try, Pr., Mr. and Mra, William o.
Walton, Mr. and Mrs. E. Frits Blade,
Mr. end Mrs. Charles' K. Ppeuldinc. Mr. I
and Mrs. C. A. 8Dtp, Mr. and Mrs.
Reuben P. Boise. Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Mr. and Mr. Fran H. 8pear. Ot. ana
Mrs. H.rrr II. Ollncer. Mr. Henry B.
Thlelsel, Mr. and Mra. Frank W. Dor-
bin. Dr. Willis B. Morse, Mr. ana mrs.
Curtis B. Cros. Mr. and Mrs. W. Con
nell Dyer. Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Jones.
Mr. and Mr. Txul Laebmund, Mr. and
Mrs. William M. Hamilton. Mr. and Mr.
J. C. Perry. Mr. and Mr. William Me
Are Tea Hostesses
Sllverton Mrs. George Hubbs
and Mrs. John T. Hoblitt were
hoatessee at a charming tea at
the home ot the latter Friday af
ternoon in honor of Mrs. Ida
Neunberg. who is' visiting here
from Santa Monica, California.
With the exception of Mrs. I. C.
Eastman all of those present
were formerly from Minnesota.
Guests Included Mrs. Neun
berg.' Mrs. . Eastman, Mrs. Lucy
Way, Mrs. S. J. Comstock, Mrs.
Letta Burch, Mrs. Joe Kircher,
Mrs. F. E. Sylvester and Mrs.
Helen Comstock. .
fThe Salem MacDowelt club's
executive board met at the home
of: Mrs. David Bennet Hill thia
past week and completed the busi
ness for the year, j At this time
Mrs. W. It. Phillips resigned from
the office of treasurer and Mrs.
A. A. Siewert was elected to fill
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Mrs. Julius L. Meier,
j charming . wife of Governor
I elect Meier, who will share
honors with her distinguish'
ed husband at the inaugural
ball and reception January
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For Party !
An attractive holiday party
was enjoyedj by members of i the
Techne cl"ubp art club of Salem
high -school., and Invited guests,
Friday night! at the home of Mrs.
Waldo Mills Miss Ruth Brautl,
advisor, and Miss Margaret Bur
roughs asslsjted in receiving, and
with refreshment at a late hour.
jnins omij nuuurii ma cusrii di
planning and arranging the
party. : . f .. ' I r'
' The guest rooms where about
60 guests were gathered for
dancing and cards were beauti
fully arranged with holly mistle
toe, and many lighted red taper.
Mrs.vB. E. Bower of Union Hill
has been the house guest of Mrs.
S. M. Endicott for the past few
days. i . ji I
What Raris is carind
guests during their sojourn there. Paul's church Tuesday evening.
WHY MAKE YOUR
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We hare ver IN) cosH
tumes of alt types and sls-j
es. Be r dashing Captain!
uaa, a Spanish Cavalier,
Uncle Sam, Miss Liberty as
Clown even the devil him-t
self. 1 :i j
OUlt KING OF HEARTS OR PIERROT
AND PIERRE SUITS ALWAYS; MAKE
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C mple( Costumes, one night, $2.00
SALEM COaSTUME SHOP
2203 N. 5th ,;; . Telephome 1047J
o6MPA3a03f COSTXJME3 A SPECIALTY
January C I ear once
$ ! .00 Acher Hosiery
One Group Corselettes
' Generous- reductions on wrap-arounds, corselettes,
;r hosiery jand underwear. -
Regardless of pricejiro give the same personal
attention to fittings. r
Howard Corset Shop
PARIB-Draeje. that look as U
Cbey had been draped right On U
. womea ws are wearing them, are
ttlnar I the Casfclon attenUon eC
Itsrts tbee Oxy. The moa es
pensive gowna are often those that
oeai aai hj someone nee taken
pleee ot wfatu eatio. and wtth a
few safes er the eeUaaore end eomi
broeehee nd Jeweled pirns, had
snade a laodera Tercten ef the
atraped ;drsa j
nis AiiaeiiuslseY W hit -though
saH ae atlp-ehet as it soaade .
turn a more er tees tree founda
tion. Parte eowtarlers are depend
fa caere and more upon fotde ef
Caotie Caught trp here and ithere.
and material folded aad cathered
ee matt each tndrrldmal type Of fig
sire than they hare In many years.
They are j depending more and
snore upon! the Jewels that re with
a drees: to mark the forming Uses
. nat tier ' do upon seams and la
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One of ihs newest examples ef
this sort Sof thing is the ) Irene
Xana dreaai which has a thorough
ly simple skirt, very much Uke a
kit of Q redan drapery, pulled over
to tne left hip and caught by a
new type of brooch a pteoe of
Skirts Draped Oa Gems Are Newest
. Paris Whim I
Jewelry that Is five' or stz ttmce,
as long as It Is wide, and , which,
zrs - i w juak hcb uaeaw
4X113 lniormatton rnirnlshed Courtesy of
POMEROY! St KEENE. JEWELERS
i Preventing epidemics is a very important
work in maintaining' the health of any com
munity, . " j.;,; - ; . - .
The method of nreventirfir !pasa In
I breaking the chain between the seed, sow-
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immediately 'reported to a physician. He
in turn will report It to health officers and
proper precautions will be taken to stem
the spread. ; j
i I Our most important work is the careful
attention we give to our prescription de
partment. - Your doctor's orders will be
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