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Th OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Thursday MoralAgytfoTe&er?g, 193r
ociety News and Club
Th marriage ot MIm- Dorothy
Bossaard, daughter of Mr. and
Mr. H. 8. Boubud to Clifton
Clemem, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Clemens is Ylelng for Interest in
nnlrersity and town -social elrcles
The ceremony will be at 7
o'clock In the First Presbyterian
; church. The church has been
beautifully arranged with fall
flowers and many ferns and
palms. Tapers will be used to
light the dignified church and
bring out in delicate beauty the
bride and her attending party.
. ' Rer. GroTer C. Birtchet will as
sist Ret. 8. E. Long In the wed
' ding ceremony. Miss Edith Find
ley will play the wedding marches
add Miss Marjorie O'Dell will be
. Miss Bosshard will be attended
by Miss qertrude Oehler as maid
Of Honor ana Mtas oenoa rjao
cock and Miss Helen Arpte as
bride's maids. Small Diana Arpke.
- danchter of Mr. and Mrs. Freder
Ick Arnke of Kent, Wash., and
cousin, of the bride-elect, will be
the flower rirl.
. Mr. Clemens has chosen Olven
'Bowe as best man. Ushers will be
Ralnh Foster. Earl Henry, La-
Verne Shay, and Howard Berg
A reception at the Bosshard
home will follow the wedding. Mr.
and Mrs. Bosshard, Mr. and Mrs.
Clemens and the bride and groom
elect will receive immediate Tela
tires and friends.
Mri. Rose Babcock and Mrs.
William Hughes will preside at
the serving table. Mrs. Harold
Hughes, Mrs. Mason Bishop,
Mrs. "Wilbur Bush and Mrs. Floyd
Lancaster will assist about the
An attractive supper party was
given by Mrs. Bosshard Wednes
day night for the wedding party
following rehearsal Wednesday
afternoon at the church.
Mr. and Mrs. Irl S. McSherry
will spend " Thanksgiving day
with Mrs. McSherry's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Doak of Mc-
Ouvs If. Doak Sdiy
Thursday, November 26
Annual Thanksgiving concert, 7:45
Knfght Memorial church. Open to public.
Friday, November 27
Salem Woman's club; Miss Beatrice -Walton will
speak on "Impressions of Russia".
Woman's Bible class of First Methodist church, bus
iness and social meeting; 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. B. L.
Steeves, 1574 Court Btreet.
Three Link club. In parlors of I. O. O. F. hall, one
o'clock for potluck luncheon, program, social hour. All
Rebekahs are welcome.
Barbara Frietchie tent, Daughter of Civil War Vet
erans, 8 o'clock in Woman's clubhouse; nomination of
officers for coming year.
Saturday, November 28
Neighbors of Woodcraft and Woodman of the
World. Joint dancing party at Fraternal Temple.
Ladies Aid society ot Woman's Relief Corps, all-day
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Greetings ot LnanKsgiving
Make Salem Homes
THE turkeys that have hung high for the past few days are
now at oven level, or will soon be, in the many homes of
Salem; cars are buzzing along carrying people hither and
yon for Thanksgiving greetings; greetings which well may
be a basket to remember someone not quite so furtunate
as the doner; or, a happy exchange of the family "howdy
rlo" or the haDDy meetings of friends.
"Thanksgiving" is such a personal thing and yet so ex
nan si vp and social that the form of entertainment to ob
serve it is as varied as the people who celebrate it. One thing
ble there will be large dinner
and supper parties. Food is
definitely a part of the
It's origin was celebrated on
a long rough-hewn table away in
the New England states with bon
neted mothers and fathers under
But Don't Buy
Beyond Your Means
When You Can
We haven't sacrificed style
nor quality of materials to
give you these low prices
These suits' will stand compar
ison with any suit you will be
able to find in Salem at prices
equalling what two of our
suits will cost you. We fvit
yon to Inspect the large stock.
of the sam
We will allow you three dollars on your old overcoat when
you purchase one of these new coats. THE OLD OVER
COATS WILL BE GIVEN TO LOCAL CHARITIES.
Hundreds of coats In dozens of patterns and materials all
guaranteed to be what you expect and more.
60 only. 5M4 lb. tan single blankets. 66x84, slightly 1m-
1 bIanket ould tor 15.00. Special to
the first 60 customers 10 n "
Tisiting our store $ZUU
each while they last
?..Pi?iVlnle two tone bankets in Helio and Green. Rose
and Gold, Blue and Hello, with 4 Inch silk binding Tr
what you want for Christmas gift. i - 2
While they last $4.50
broad-brimmed hata doing the
honors In appreciation of a har
vest which would make a New
England winter pass in compara
tive comfort. With a winter of
starving behind them they were
able to put real feeling into as
sembling the good things which
loaded that first Thanksgiving ta
ble, and that enthusiasm has car
Today in the homes of the land
tables will groan with good food
And the spirit of thankfulness on
the part of the fortunate Is being
scattered about in actual and ef
fective relief work for those who
need aid. In many respects this
"Thanksgiving" will draw near
its original. Those who are thank
ful today are making a broad ges
ture to express their thankfulness
in any one of many social ways
charity, dances, dinners, and go
Among the many family parties
will be that at. the home of Dr.
and Mrs. R. E. Lee Wood who will
have their daughter, Miss Esther
Wood home from Oregon State
college and son Maurice Wood
student at the University of Ore
gon, home for the Thanksgiving
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. MacDonald
will entertain Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Simmons and daughters Betty and
Mary Jane for dinner today.
Mr. and Mrs. George Martin
will have as their Thanksgiving
guests Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Tower
of Seattle. Mrs. Tower will re
main for several days while Dr.
Tower will return Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lara Bergsvik
will be entertained with a
Thanksgiving day dinner in Port
land at the home ot Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jenks will
have their daughters Miss Edith
May Jenks home with them from
the University of Washington.
Miss Ruth Jones will accompany
Miss Jenks and spend the holi
days here. A Thanksgiving dinner
for the family and a few addi
tional friends will be served In
compliment to the day and the
guests home from school.
Mrs. J. H. Scott and sons Gor
don and Lewis left Wednesday
night for Portland to be the guests
of Mrs. Scott's oarents. Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Lewis. Mr Scott will
join the family In Portland today,
coming from eastern Oregon
where he has been on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Mason Bishop will
entertain for Mr. and Mrs. S.' B.
Gillette. Mrs. J. Bishop, Miss Mar
garet Gillette, Leland Gillette,
and Mlsa Henrietta Bishop who Is
home, from her. school work In
Bandon, where she teaches.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Curtis will
entertain Dr. and Mrs. H. Peter
son, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Peterson
and Joan Peterson tor Thanksgiv
ing dinner today.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Elliott and
wee daughter, Joanne, will motor
to The Dalles, where they will
Following the many dinner
parties about the city the young
people home from college and the
high school people will dance the
evening hours away in the annual
Thanksgiving dance given by Mrs.
Julia White at Castilllan hall.
A fitting introduction to the
Thanksgiving spirit was the large
Subscription club dance with
many guests In atendance, given
at the Masonic temple Wednesday
night between the hours of 10 and
2 o'clock. This was the second ot
the four dances sponsored by this
club during the winter season.
Many smart dinner parties and
informal affairs preceded this
dance. Among hosts, were Mr. and
Mrs. T. A. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Spears, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. .Kenneth
Wilson, Dr. and Mrs. Jerald
Backstrand, Mr. and Mrs. R. G
Brady and Mr. and Mrs. P. D.
Together with the Bosshard
Clemens wedding at 7 o'clock to
night with many , people from
university circles as well as the
city attending, and the large sa
cred concert given at the Knight
Memorial church there is no end
of social activities for the holiday.
Mrs. Ethel Poling Phelps will
entertain with an attractive
Thanksgiving breakfast this
morning in compliment to Miss
Kathleen Phelps who arrived
home Wednesday evening from
her school work in the Multnomah
county hospital. Miss Dorothy
Badertscher also came to Salem
with Miss' Phelps and was a guest
at the home of her parents for
Present for the breakfast were
Miss Phelps, Miss Badertscher,
Miss Margaret Nunn, Miss Ther
esa Udrich, and Mrs. Phelps.
Miss Phelps and Miss Badert
scher will return to Portland and
their duties at the hospital to
night. The Ladles' Aid society of the
Women's Relief corps will have an
all-day meeting Saturday at the
fairgrounds. The meeting was
changed from Thursday to Satur
day to avoid a conflict with
Thanksgiving. A special feature
will be the celebration of the
birthday of Mrs. Maggie Cade.
Br P W CluK Hwrs Edwards; chorus. Trust In th
lU riCarS Lord-; ministers' ouartet, -m the
Oregon Latlded Heart of tat HUH Om Fleeting
on Page 7
Tuesday night at the Silver
Grille was held the regular No
vember meeting of the B. P. W.
dub, with about 40 members
J resent. Preceding the . dinner,
Us Margery O'Dell sang "Shep
herd s -Song" with encore. She
was accompanied, by Miss Edith
Douglas McKay spoke Terr In
terestingly and convincingly ot
the organisation, work and. pur
pose of the Communtly Service.
Later Miss Josephine 8hade and
Miss Helen Louise Crosby were
appointed to - act as a committee
to bring about cooperation be
tween the Community Service
and the club.
The speaker of the evening wag
Ray- Conway of Portland, public
relations manager for the Oregon
state motor association. He ad
ranced the Idea that the Oregon
scenery, as beautiful as any In
the world, yet needs something
to make It Interesting, and that
something is the interpretation of
the story back of this country.
It was announced that the Na
tlonal Federation Is offering 625
to the local club sending In the
most interesting sketch of some
woman who Is employed in tome
business organisation in the com
munity who has had the longest
term of business service, not ne
cessarily with the same firm, her
pioneer background, the obstacles
she has to overcome, and the
measure of success she has ob
The next meeting of the card
club will be held December 4 with
Miss Juana Holmes, Mfss Daisy
Hayden and Miss Edna Lucker as
hostesses. -They extend a wel
come to any of the club members
who wish to attend.
The sewing club will meet the
third Friday In December, at the
same place. All members are
welcomed and asked to bring
Christmas sewing. It was an
nounced that about 10 would at
tend the banquet Wednesday at
Corvallis for the national presi
dent, Mrs. Geline Bowman, and
that several would go to Portland
Friday evening for the banquet
Event of Tonight
Music is definitely a part ot
Thanksgiving and in compliment
to this fact the choir of Knight
Memorial church has made a
Thanksgiving concert an annual
This year the concert will be
given at 7:45 o'clock tonight and
the minister's quartet will assist.
J. M. Comer, W. Earl Cochran.
Hugh B. Fouke. Jr., and H. C.
Stover make up the quartet.
The program to be offered to
night includes: processional
Hymn. "God of Our Fathers"; or
gan, "Pilgrim's Chorus": call to
Thanksgiving; doxology; prayer
of Thanksgiving; Hymn "O God,
Beneath Thy Guiding Hand"; of
fertory. "The Lost Chord "; chor
us. "Thou Art My God"; duet,
"Father. We Thank Thee", Car
rol Brad en and Joan Evens; min
isters' quartet, "Love Came Call
ing." "My Song of Love For
You": chorus, "Take Thou My
Hand": ladles' quartet, "Au
tumn." Pearl Eyr. Harriett Ad
ams, Carrol Braden and Beneltta
and postlude, "Postludlum Circu
Falls City A surprise arty
was given in honor ot C. I. Emna
and family Saturday evening.
Those enjoying . the evening
were: Mr. ana Mrs. . west Kay
and children ot Dallas, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
Art Ross, Mrs. Fred Chapin and
children, Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Phillips and children, and Mr.
and Mrs. C. I. Emna and children
all of Falls City.
The evening was passed In
Am attractive card afternoon of
Tuesday was that for which Mrs.
Robert Brennan and 'Mrs. Robert
Menxies were hostesses at the
The, guest rooms vers attract
ively decorated in keeping with
the Thanksgiving time and fall
flowers added beauty to the
For cards Mrs. Donald Wagner
and Mrs. Xlma McMillan- held
high scores. At the tea hour Mrs.
Wagner assisted Mrs. Mensies and
Mrs. Brennan. I
Mrs. Rnssell Woodry and Mrs.
Larry Fllsinger will be club host
esses In a fortnight at the home
of Mrsv Fllsinger.- ? - r " mm
Special guests for the affair
were Mrs. Clyde Kaiser and Mrs.
Forrest . Fulton. Club members
present were Mrs. Donald Wag
ner, Mrs. Clyde Betts. Mrs. Mal
colm Smith. Mrsw Harvey Parker,
Mrs. William Bash, Mrs. Elmo
McMillan. Mrs. Ted DeTennen
coart, Mrs. Ralph Beutler and the
Falls City The high school
girls cooking classes are making
plans for a luncheon Wednesday
noon in the cooking laboratory.
They are having as guests of
honor: Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Ickes,
Mrs. Mabel Hatch, Miss Oeral
dlne Richardson, and Dale Grant.
Luncheon will lb served to
about SO people.
More Free Candy!
By Popular Demand
A Half Pound of Hill's Salem Made
FREE with each purchase of 69c or over this Friday and
If you have never tried this high grade peanut brittle, be
sure to take this opportunity to get a box FREE.
One to a customer. Quantity limited.
CUT RATE DRUGS! PERRY'S ARE NOT UNDERSOLD.
Perry's Drug Store
The REXALL Store
11S S. Commercial St.
Clearance Sale on Coats and Dresses
Friday, Saturday and Monday
Silks, Wools and Velvet.
Regular $5.73 and $7.48
now, a dress..
Thos. Kay Woolen Mill Co.
260 So. 12th St Near State
Silk or woolen. Regular
Silks in Satins or Crepes
Regular $16.48 and
$19.73 dresses. Now
Ladies' Winter Coats
Sport . Coats in Polo,
Tweed or imitation fur
trimmed. Regular $14.73
Ladies' Winter Coats
Fur collars and cuffs
trimmed with Wolf, La
pin, Vicuna, Marmink
and French Coney. Reg
ular $19.73 and $22.60
a coat .....
All Hat3 in stock
Ladies' Winter Coats
Finest Coats in stock.
Regular $33.48 & $39.48
Coats frll AO
All Children's Coats
Reduced to Wholesale
cost to clear the raoks
25 Coats Left
All Go on Sale
REMEMBER NO REFUNDS NO EXCHANGES NO ALTERATIONS
EVERY SALE A FINAL SALE
FRIDAY SATURDAY MONDAY
220 N. Liberty Phone 8805 .Salem, Oregorf
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Fee! Fi! Fo! Fum! I am the wooden
soldier. Guard to His Majesty Santa
Claus, in the Toyland Palace. Fee! Fil
Fo! Fum! If you are a GOOD little
boy, or a SWEET Httle girl, I wfll let
you past my trusty sword. Then His
Majesty will entertain you royally. And
if you tell him 'what you want, he'll
send it to you Christmas Day. Fee! Fil
Fo! Fum! We'd like to see you wfll
COME BE OUR GUEST
NIGHT 7:00 TO 8:30.
THROUGH THE CHRISTMAS DIS
PLAYS ... ENJOY AN EVENING OF
ROAMING ABOUT GATHERING