The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, March 29, 1931, Page 7, Image 7

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Holiday, llareh 30 . . " ' j
Woman's dab classes -will meet 1:S9 o'clock at
Woman's clubhouse. Discuss Sinclair Lewis.
History class meets at city library fireplace room.
South DlTlsIon of First Presbyterian church, 1:00
o'clock, Mrs. 1. R. DuRetie, 2041 South Church street;
tew tor Salem General hospital. - -
Junior Symphony, orchestra practice at armory;
arrive promptly at 7:15 o'clock In order that picture
may be taken. - ' . - ;
Salem -McDowell club, 8:15 o'clock, Waller hall,
for March program.
Tuesday, March 31-
Chadwick Chapter, O. E. S. bridge evening, In Ma-;;
ionic temple. . . t- .r;..';
' The Ladies Aid society or Knight Memorial church,
will meet at home of Mrs. A. C. Haag, 1889 Court street,
2 :30 o'clock. 4.'. w.' I': .
Nea-Kah-Nie string quartet third of series of con
- certs at Hal Patton home, . . ,
't " " ; I Wednesday, April 1 ; . -
Missionary society of First Congregational church.-Thank-offering
meeting. 2: 30 o'clock, in church parlors..
Pre-Easter trek of . Salem: War Mothers, visit to
Portland Veteran's hospital; leave armory between 9:
30 and 10 o'clock. Bring donations to armory before 9
o'clock. -
- Thursday, April 2 j
Marion County Patriotic association, Woodburn;
leave terminal at 9 Vclock by special bus. i:
Mrs. F. W. Selee. hostess to Chapter O of P. E. O.
sisterhood, for guest day, at. her. home Pacific highway'
at Hansen avenue. ' . .t
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- ' ' Friday, April 3 -
Mrs. George Moorehead hostess to Ts'Menettes
club; Mrs. Grover Birtehet speaker. , . 4
Ouartet Program McCoy Dancing Party
TlOR the past few years there '
H has been heard, much discus
sion in musical circles of one
Ernest Block, composer, who
made his presence known with
deep impress when he won a na
tional prise contest with his sym
phony "America which in 1928
was given a simultaneous ; pre
mier all over the United States
by many symphony directors..
The Nea-Kah-Nie string quartet
will bring Block's latest creations
out of the filmy fiber of sound,
to Salem when they present
"Night," "Alpestre" and "Topga
taboo" a group of three numbers
Tuesday night in the aristocratic
old home of Mr. and Mrs. Hal Pat
ton. - ; " i '
It Is going to be an experience
worth having to hear this modem
music from the mind of an Amer
ican by rearing, although a Ger
man bv birth, in the surroundings
of the lovely Victorlanism of the
Patton home. ; . .
The Nea-Kah-Nie quartet has
been receiving such high acclaim
In si lthe programs which it has
glTen, both In Oregon and .in the
tour from which it Is only just
returned that the last program to
be given in Salem this year will
be received with more than usual
It seemed that the second pro
gram given in the O. F. Johnson
borne in which was featured the
grand and inspiring music of
Caesar Frank with Mrs. W IL
Burghardt as artist assistant
could not be overshadowed by
anything done later by the quar
tet. - The program which it has
planned to present Tuesday night
bears evidence of closely ap
proaching this, last program
There Is a large membership
in the Salem Chamber Music so
ciety but it is also being made pos
sible for the public to enjoy this
last program througn tne pur
chase of tickets at the Gilbert Stu
dio, according to - announcement
made by Mrs. Monroe Gilbert, pre
sident of the society.
The program which will be
heard Tuesday night in the Pat
ton home is as follows:.
Beethoven .....Op. 95, F Minor
Allegro con brio - j
Alleeretto ma non troppe
Allegro assai vivace a.serioso
Largbetto espressive Allegret
to agitate ',""" ,
Bloch . ' . ' ir-i
- Night V Lini$ ti
Dohnanyi . .Op. 15, D Flat Major
Andante, allegro r, :sf
I Presto acdacato - -Molto
adagio animato.
: Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Darby
and small daughter, Shirley Anne,
of Portland- are spending the
weekend at the home of Mrs. An
na Junk and Bertha Junk Darby
McCoy A 1 charming dancing
party was held Thursday evening
at the home of Miss Betty Lott
Finn. The evening was spent In
card playing and dancing.. Re
freshments were served at mid
night by the hostess and '. Miss
Dorothy Finn.- j -
Guests were Mlsa Florence
Snodgrass of Salem, Charles For
rest of Dallas. ; Miss Mariorie
Walling of Salem. Rollo Cobban
of McCoy, Miss Beatrice Hawley
or -Mccoy, Kay . Brown of Dallas,
Miss Dorothy KIrkwood of Sa
lem, Paul" Parsons of Dallas,
Miss Lucille Werner of McCoy,
Mr. Baker of Salem, Miss Winona
Finn, Maurice 1 Dodson, both of
Airlie, Miss Katherlne . DeJong,
Lawrence Massey. Miss Mildred
Yatkn:. Fred Fournier and Lew-
Tiffa-ny all of Amity.
Camp i:"Fxx Girls
Of Hubbard
HUBBARD - Mothers of The
Idaka Camp Fire Girls and
the Smiles Blue Bird girl
were guests at an Impressive
Council ' Fire ceremony . held by
tie Idaka group at the Camp Fire
room Thursday evening. ;
The mothers were costumed to
represent their ancestral countries
aa follows: Mrs. Stuart L. John
son, Holland; Mrs. Edward Wolf
er, Ireland; Mrs. John Claypool,
England in the Puritan age; and
Mrs. Waldo F. Brown, an English
lady; Mrs. Neva McKenzle, wear
ing the red-white-llue and Mrs.
J. R. Bldgood, Scotland, and ire
land.. ; M. Coleman, a mother
of one of the members.1 was an
other guest. -. -t -. : ' -
: Tne motners r expressed ineir
enjoyment of the program which
included the awarding of honors,
and the conferring of ranks and
the receiving of new members by
the .- guardian. . Miss Gungadene
Bidgood, also talks and readings
by the girls, followed by lunch
eon. . -:-'
New members ; received were
Miss Iris Moomaw and Miss Mil
dred Coleman. The girls taking
Woodgatber'a rank were, Mls
Marion McKensie. Miss Dorotny
McKey. Miss Betty Brown, Miss
Eleanor Johnson,' Miss -Beatrice
Claypool and Miss Helen Claypool, lard Craven.
The Fire Haksrs rank we taken
by Mia Anna Knight an.4 Mias j
Marjorie woifer.. .
The Blae Bird : glrU Phyllis
Brown. Carol Ertckson. Marjorie
Moore. Ruth JungnUkle, Barbara
Cornell, Bernie Stevenson, Carol
Moomaw, Marion lUch and Shir
ley Bontriager - introduced by
their leader. Mis Helen Knight.
responded by giving: their flower
names. The Blue Birds then took
their plaecs within the Camp Fire j
circle and sang the Camp Fire
song, "Mimmy Moon.-
. An interesting program follow
ed the Council Fire Including the
following numbers; Pantomime,
"Star Spangled Banner by Miss
Marlon MeKenxle; flag salute by
all; talk "Our Birthday Project"
bT Mis Helen Knight: Holland
nursery rhyme by Mis Dorothy
McKey: song by Camp Fir gins;
a letter from a French English j
student In France to one of the
French students at Hubbard was
read by Miss Anna Knight; an or-
gan solo by Miss Marjorie Woirer;
reading by Miss Gungadene Bid
good. -
: ; Independence. Mrs. Elmer
Busby entertained friends at her ;
home Friday. Time was spent In
conversation and needle work. A
dainty lunch was served by the
hostess - to the following guests,
Mrs. Lee Okelley. Mrs. Henry
BeaL Mrs. Pearl j Hedges, Mrs.
Percy Dickinson and Mrs.: Wil-
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: long"
; houquets
and plants
C. F. Breithaupt
Florist' :
Phone 380 (Dial 5904)
512 State St.
QUINABY, March' 28 Mrs;
' S. L. Beckner has been in Salem,
caring for her father, D. D. Gors-
Hne, who was . taken suddenly ill
last week. Mrs. Beckner " expects
to bring her father and mother
to her home here as soon as-Mrs.
Corsiine is able to be moved.
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