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Society News, and Club Affairs
A fcrllliant installation Tuesday
night In Masonic temple, marked
the official taking of office of
those people who will serve as of-,
f leers of Chadwick chapter, Or
der of the Eastern Star, for the
-coming year. Mrs. Stella Henry
took office as worthy matron and
1 H. S. Bosshard became worthy par
tron. Mrs. Albert C. Smith was
the retiring worthy matron and
J. O. Russell, the retiring worthy
Mrs., Smith acted as installing
officer and was assisted by Delia
Hayden as Installing marshal; Da
lia Mohr as" installing chaplain;
Belle Niles Brown as installing
organist; by officers who have
held the point positions during
the past year, including Harriett
Mercer, Eva Hulsey, Mildred
Flagg, Ellen Gabriel and Ethel
Niles; and by the nwly organised
"Sunshine Girls", composed of
Mabel McDonald, Rhea Kestly,
Rose Dickinson, Lola Millard, Jes-:
tie Taylor and Dena Jennings.
-Electice officers installed are:
Lane Beechler, associate matron;
Harry Crawford, associate patron;
Alma Thompson, secretary; Jes
sie Crawford, treasurer; Lillian
King, conductress, and Bernice
Blodgett, associate conductress.
4 Appointive officers installed
are Emma McGarter, chaplain;
Cleo Cashatt, marshal; Vida Rus
sell, organist; Marjorie Marriott.
Ada; Vada Carson, Ruth; Luxy
Phlllippi, Ssther Vera Barrick,
Martha; Lucile Tumbelson, Elec
ta; Pearl Grote, warder; R.
A . partial list of committee
chairman announced by Mrs,
Henry after the installation cere
mony Included Lana Beechler. as
sociate matron r director of the
sick committee, and sub-chairman
under this committee were. Pearl
Pratt. ' hospitals and institutions,;
and Ellen Gabriel, general sick
railing committee chairman.
.' Finance chairman is Louis
Grote; program chairman. Susan
Varty; examining committee, W.
M. , Smith; inspection committee,
Mona Hauser; decorating com
mittee, Jennie Crawford; clinic
committee, Georgiana Cook.
Mrs: Lynn M. Purvine will serve
as chairman of: the social after-
noon, chairman for the comiag
year,' Mrs. B. B. Herrick is the
: retiring chairman. The work of
this chairman is preparing pro-
' grams for the meetings of the
Eastern Star social afternoon dub
which meets twice a month in the
The next meeting, of the East
ern Star will be January 19 at
this time the reception to the new
officers will be observed as well
as "obligation night". Mrs. Albert
. Smith, retiring worthy matron, is
the chairman of the committee in
charge of the reception plans.
"Obligation night" will be ob-
Ouve M. Doak, Society Editor
2252 IJ WT.
Wednesday, January 6
Woman's Home Missionary society of First Metho
dist church, 2:30 o'clock in church parlors; Mrs. E. E.
Gilbert, leader of group.
Missionary Society of -Firstt'ongregational church,
with Mrs. W. D. Clarke, 725 North Capitol street, 2:30
Thimble club of Maccabees will meet at 2 o'clock
with Mrs. Georgia Hamilton, 1571 Mission street: take
12th street bus; bring piece of print for quilt block.
Woman's Foreign missionary society, Jason Lee
:hurch. 2:30 o'clock; Mrs. August Carl, 1085 North
Fifth street; all women of community invited.
Dakota club meeting, potluck dinner 6:30 -o'clock;
program following; all former people from Dakotas in
vited; bring own table service.
; Woman's Missionary society of First Christian
church, 2:30 o'clock in church parlors; Hattie Mitchel,
local church missionary to Africa, will be guest speaker.
Sweet Briar club with Mrs. Charles A. Glaze on
Mrs. H. C. Stover will be hostess to members of
.Ladles Aid society of Knight Memorial church, 2:30
Leslie Ladies Aid society of Leslie Methodist
church, in church parlors; Miss Elizabeth Freeman, su
pervisor of nurses, county health department, will be
Berean class of First Presbyterian church, with Mrs.
W. M. Savage, 1433 State street; 2:30 o'clock.
Annual celebration of feast of Epiphany, commun
ion at 10 o'clock in morning; 6:30 o'clock evening din
ner at parish hall.
Disabled Veterans association, and auxiliary, bus
iness meeting and this followed with dancing, cards
and -refreshment hour. in veteran's room of armory. All
eligible invited to come.
Thursday, January 7
Hayesville Woaian's club will meet with Mrs. Clark
North Salem W. C. T. U. prayer band from 9 to 10
o'clock at following homes: Mrs. Belle Roberts, 970
Hood street; Mrs. Ella Tyler, 1587 North Winter etreet;
Dr. Emma Rogers, 2302 North Commercial street.
Woman's Benefit associatipn. 8 o'clock; installation
of officers; in Salem Woman's clubhouse.
Woman's Relief Corps, all-day meeting, potluck
funch; with Mrs. Hattie Cameron, 398 North 21st street;
election of officers.
Installation of officers for Grand Army of Republic,
in armory at 2 o'clock.
Mrs. A. R. Ewing, hostess to Brush College Help
er's. Mrs. Floyd Utter will be hostess for an afternoon
meeting of the Raphaterian club at her home.
Mrs. George Moorhead, hostess to Beta Alumnae at
her home. 4967 Hood street; Miss Elva Roberts, assist
Friday, January 8
Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War. Sa
lem Woman's clubhouse, 8 o'clock, installation of of
ficers. Open to public; all patriotic organizations espe
Executive board meeting for B. and P. W. club, at
shop of Susan Varty. ?
Mrs. Mark Skiff, hostess to Woman's Home Mission
ary society of First Baptist church at her home. 4 21 H
Mieicn section o Salem Arts league. Mrs.
Hathaway, director, 7:30 o'clock, city library..
une o clock luncheon for I nitarian Alliance in
Emerson room of church; national and state officprs
present as guests1.
Beethoven club of Willamette universitv, present
annual program at Y. M. C. A. Friday night, program in
auditorium of Y. Public welcome.
Brush College Grange, first meeting of
men's night. "
The Unitarian Alliance will en
tertain with a 1 o'clock luncheon
In the Emerson room of the
church Friday In compliment to
Mrs. Mina C. Bndlong, Boston,
field secretary of the General Al
liance, and Mrs. Herbert Miller,
state director, from Portland.
Hostesses for the luncheon are
Mrs. Miles McKey, Mrs. M. B.
Wagstaff and Mrs. Ed Simmons.
Mrs. El G. Clark entertained
recently with an afternoon of
bridge for Miss Mary Zink of Par
ma, Idaho, house guest of Mrs.
F. R. Clark. Those enjoying the
afternoon were Miss Zink, Mrs.
Frank Clark, Mrs. Harry Wech
ter, Mrs. Frank Brown, Mrs. J. M.
Coburn. Miss Evelyn Coburn, Mrs.
Clifford Jones, Mrs .J. W. Keys.
Mrs. O. Whitney, Mrs.. William
Propst and Mrs.' E. G. Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kaufman
are receiving congratulations up
on the birth of a daughter, born
Tuesday morning. She has been
named Margaret Anne and there
by she becomes the sixth Mar
garet in the family of her mother.
Mrs. Kaufman will be remembered
as Margaret Morehouse. Both Mr.
and Mrs. Kaufman attended Wil
lamette university, Mr. Kaufman
graduating- with the class of 1929.
Mrs. W. H. Dancy. Mrs. O. F.
Johnson and Mrs. F. M.. Jordan
will be additional guests for the
luncheon and afternoon of bridge
with which Mrs. Henry Meyers
will entertain her clnb at her
St. Paul's Church
Observes Feast Day
A feast day for the Episcopal
church and one which draws to
gether all members of the church
is that ot the Epiphany, observed
January 6, and which will be ob
served by St. Paul's church of Sa
A communion service will be
held at 10 o'clock, and at 6:30
o'clock In the evening of the an
nual "Epiphany dinner will be
served at the parish ball. The
feature of the dinner la the cake
which contains a ring and he who
gets this ring la automatically
male chairman of the dinner com
mittee for the next annual din
ner. Jack Lansing, young nephew
of Miss Sally Lansing, drew the
ring last year and is being assist
ed as chairman ot the committee
this year by his aunt. Miss Lan
sing. Others on the committee are
Mrs. Earl Fisher, Mrs. U. G. Ship
ley, Mrs. Clare A. Lee. Mrs. D. de
Lisle, Mrs. Florence Irwin, Mrs.
W. N. Pintler, George Wood and
Kenneth Dal ton.
Music will be presented by Miss
Marie Patton, Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
Robertson, and stunts and demon
strations will be given by St.
Paul's scout troop, and Winston
Williams; a farce "The Fatal
Quest" will be presented by the
Young People's club.
Annual reports from all organ
izations and the vestry for 1922
will be elected at the business
meeting which Is a part of the
Waldo Hills. Two delightful
social events occurred last week.
The first was the holiday party
given by Ruth Geer and her cou
sins. Vesper and Reba Geer, at
the A. A. Geer home. Dancing was
enjoyed nntikmidnight, when Mrs.
C C. Geer and Mrs. A. A, Geer
served lanch. Those present werJ
Anna and Martha Blair. Opal
Tate and Francis Welsh ot Sa
lem, Lola Riches, EdlthO and Eth
el Knight. Meryl Terry. Grace
Bentaon, Edna Mae and Martha
Goodknecht, Edith Mae Lord. Ed
die King. Roger ' Conutock, Bob
Riches, Waldo and Philip . Roe,
Sam Wilson, Alan Wiesner. John
and Ernest Doerfler, Bob Tweed,
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Geer, Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. Geer, Mrs. W. Moone
and the young hostesses.
The second event was the New
Year's eve informal, dance at the
Waldo Hills community clnb. At
least 165 members of the club
and their invited friends enjoyed
the evening. Music was furnished
by Mrs. Edson Comstock, piano;
Jack, Richards. Stayton, and The
odore Fischer, Union Hill, violin;
Walter Hisel, Macleay, and Ralph
Egan, drums; Seth Smith of Sa
lem, banjo. At midnight lunch was
served under the direction of Mrs.
Frank Bowers. Lois Riches, Mrs.
Albert Mader and Mrs. Helen Pa
get. John Goodknecht and Fred
Knight planned the dance.
Bridge Club Has
- Miss Hazel Cook and Mrs. Ma
dalene Callin entertained mem
bers of a newly formed bridge club
which has been christened the
"Kum Kardlets', at the apart
ment of Miss Cook Monday night.
Guests for the affair were Sadie
Costello, Ruth Thomas, and club
members present were Roberta
Butler, Minnie Van Slyke, Hazel
Cook, Blanche Allen, Josephine
Evans, Irene Breithaupt, Loretta
Varley, and the hostesses.
on Page 10
Camp and Auxiliary
An attractive Installation was
that which ' placed Mrs. Ethel
Welch n the chair as president
ot the Auxiliary to Hal HIbbard
camp. United Spanish War Vet
erans, and Mark W. Baker lit the
chair as commander of the Camp
Monday night at the armory.
Leslie R. Hale, department
senior commander, and Mrs. Har
riett Sawyer,, department presi
dent of the auxiliary, both ot
Portland, were the Installing of
ficers. J. B. Chenoweth acted as
master of ceremonies.
Yellow and red, camp colors
suggestive of the Spanish ' flag.
decorated the armory. Following
the installation ceremonies re
freshments were served. Mrs.
Bessie Baker' and John Seymour
had charge of the social hour.
' Officers installed for the aux
iliary in addition to Mrs. Welch
as president were:
Lillian McKraley. senior vice
president; Florence Buckles,
chaplain; Ada Hull, patriotic in
structor; Grace Mickelson, con
ductress; Edith Woolpert, assist
ant conductress; Ida GIrod
guard; Elizabeth Green, assistant
guard; Lucy Newcomb, treas
urer; ;' Jessie Bertelsoh, secre
tary; Lura Wood, junior vice-
president and Ellen Thompson
nistortan, will be installed at a
Officers installed for the camp
In addition to M. W. Baker, com
mander, were: J. Woodard. sen
ior vice-commander; A. Wood,
junior vice-commander; LeRoy
Hewlett, adjutant; C. W. Grant,
quartermaster; A. T. Woolpert.
trustee for three years; O. J.
Hull, patriotic Instructor: E. E.
Buckles, chaplain; C. T. Har
rington, officer $f the day; Rich
ard Churchill. officer of the
guard; Frank Millett. senior col
or bearer; Francis Welch, junior
Next meeting for auxiliary will
be with MrsJ Ethel Welch. 451
South Capitol, January 16. Mrs.
Ada Hull will be assistant host
Mrs. Dorothy Walker
Heads J. U. G. Club H
Mrs. Dorothy Walker was elect
ed president of the J. U. G. elub
at the regular meeting held Mon
day night at the home ot Mrs. Jen
nie Shelton.' Other officers elect
ed were Ruth Dake, vice presi
dent; Lillian Kayser, secretary ;
Florence Bressler.treasurer; Lena
Taylor, press correspondent; Nora
Busey, flower fand committee.
A social hour and refreshments
concluded the business , 'meeting.
Present were Nora Busey, Pearl
Harris. Lenora Dennis, Delia
Steward, Vonah Hen-en, Kallie
Lynch, Lillian Kayser, Dorothy
Walker. Florence Bressler, Effie
Winchomb. Jennie Shelton, Nellie
Henderson, Ruth Dake, Bertha
Ray and Lena Taylor.
Miss Elva Sehon was hostess
Tuesday evening for a dinner par
ty which was followed with cards
and dancing. Guests were Juanlta
Miller, Marian Williams, Daisy
Varley, Tommy Billingsley, Curtis
Williams, Jimmy Sehon. Warren
Keeney and Miss Sehon.
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Saturday, January 9
Salem Woman's club, board meeting, business meet
ing at 2:30 o'clock and program at 3 o'clock. Dean R. R.
Mrs. Homer Harrison
Mrs. Homer Harrison was host
ess to the members of the Prin
gle-Pleasant Point social
The usual business meeting was
held and the rest of the day was
spent socially and with sewing.
Luncheon was served at noon.
being spread on one long table.
the entire length of the long din
Covers were laid for the follow
ing members and special guests:
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Yates. Mr.
and Mrs. Hathaway. Mrs. E. S.
Coates. Mrs. O. T. Sealey. Mrs.
F. R. Clark. Mrs. William Propst,
Mrs. Rue Drager. Mrs. W. H. such work ar mrnaii. ii,i
(l,.U.k.t f I . 1 . I . . ,U"U
i uiauEuuuisi, .uisa uiaco nuurri- l iq Hliena.
son, Mrs. Clifford Jones, Mrs.
George Guerne. Mrs. Walker, Miss
Savage. Mrs. W. M. Coburn. Mrs.
L. W. Potter, Mrs. T. E. Meeks.
Mrs. E. G. Clark. Miss Mary Zink.
Mrs. O. Whitney. Mrs., J. M. Co
burn. Mrs. Olive Shaferr Mrs. J.
W. Keyes, Mrs. Geore Graben-
horst, Mrs. William McCarrolI, held New Year's day in the parish
xiudki narrison. .Margaret urager, nan, with all the children and
David Whitney, Virginia Coates, grandchildren present. Games and
ooouy Ann uraoennorst, virgu otner amusements for both old
T T . ' -a
narnson. .Mary Alice Jones, wai-iana young were enjoyed At the
do Clark. Margaret Jones, Dol- dinner hour In the evenine a la re-a
l ores Hathaway and the host and table was set and did ample ius-
itusiess, Mr. ana .Mrs. nomer uar- mce lo the choice Viands
rt'On. I Prent r Mr ant HJft-o T.
ine next meeting win oe neid DeJardin and children of Tf
at the home of Mrs. Olive Shafer. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben DeJardin of
ai aoum zisi street. Scotts Mills. Oahe DeJardin tu
inursaay evening Mr. and Mrs. sons. Vera and Vlr nt Saim f-
ti. k-i. Harrison were hosts to the clubland Mrs. William Rrali and
akirt form a fashion duet for . v . . lB2T ia,ne8 Ior children of West Woodburn, Mr.
.tvUU... i ij v evening i ana . alts. Joe v and er beck and
i was spent wun dancing and cards. Norman and Theresa of Wood-
Mrs. Clifford Joaes and J. W.lbm ui fmm. w
Keyes and Mrs. Harry Wechter I WoArihurn Vmthm wni'tim a
pulled through a slash, the !S?rif, Gruhon held Walsh." Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Hen-
toolnted datail. ir. in.. ,i,.rm wlnnm RCore ror tn evening ot I ninr. Mrs. Johanna Clark. Mr and
A midnight supper was Mrs. Chtt Sundberr and son of Sa-
Interested in a creative thea
study group will gather In the
auditorium room of the city li
brary for the purpose of organiz
ing a "creative theatre section".
club Perry Reigelman will be the di
rector for the section. Several
original one-act plays are planned-
to be presented in the course
or me late winter and spring
months and any local writer is
urged to send In manuscripts for
thi purpose. "Indian Summer",
"Panurge's Sheep", by the
French dramatists, Mellhac and
Harvey; "The Third Man' by
Roderlch Benedlx; and "The Kil
ler" by Albert Cowles. The or
ganization meeting will begin at
7 o'clock and all Into
Gervais. A family reunion nf
I the Basil DeJardin famflv woa
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ning model-Is most unusual and
one that will flatter any type ot
figure. The slender V, the belt
pointed details are indeed charm
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10 wear, we made un the orlr
Inal in light and dark blue wool
crepe. Equally smart for Rosha
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and Mrs. E. S. Coates. Mr. and I th n-t.,i .t,iun
r crepe In black and nL -T J5l- Mw' BdMrJ?- Hopmert. Mrs. L. Healy of Port
sad -orange or red gjj- f- ? a"- land. Mr. and Mrs. A. .DeJardin
Iciara. Mr. and Mrs. E.G. Clark. I.. - .viu... .. v v..
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wun our pattern. - - - I ."4tw,' r- ana Mrs. j. w. I of Mrs. L. B. Maim. Members i
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r. u r, ueorge urabenhorst, I afternoon, the business meeting
cveiyn. oourn. Mabel Harrlann. 1 haln Tlannaed with. New Teara
Mr. Dickey, Miss Savage, Mr. and recitations formed a part L the
Mrs. Harry Wechter, Virginia entertainment. Mlsa Fern Col-
loates, wilda Skipper. Lorena I well asatated tfca. hostess.
ana WJUiam ProPSt. William and I Tfcn.a nreaent were? Oneata.
Waldo Oark, Joe Sealey, George I Mrs. H. McCain. Mrs.' Shaw, and
aark, Robert McCarrolI.. Rex and Miss Fay Col well; Club members,
r?J na Ann "raoennorst, Da- Mrs. C..C. Colwell. Mrs. S. P,
via vynuney, Richard Graben- Phlpps, Mrs. J. E. Woodburn,
norst. ana Anthony and Wame Mrs. E. S. Parker. Mrs. J. J. Ack-
wunn. I ermaa, Mrs. A. McCain, Mrs. Geo.
' Tharpe. Mrs. Mabla Cottonware,
Tne Salem Arts league will Mrs. A. W. Fletcher, Miss Tern
add.a'new. sectloo to its Ji& of Colwell and the hostess Mrs. I1
rive inursaay nignt when those I B. ifalm.
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All Shoes on Sale - - Whether Listed
in Our Ads or Not
Pumps and Ties
Suede, in both black and brown,
black and brown kid in straps
and oxfords. All new styles.
Regularly sold at $12.00 to
$15.00. All go at
Ladies House Slippers
New styles, leather slippers,
regularly sold at $3.00. All sizes
go at one price
All $5.00 values in leather and
quilted satin, leather soles, all
colors go at one price
Wool and silk wool, silk and
rayon in all the late colors. All
sizes. Regularly sold at 50c to
75c per pair. We offer them at
3 pairs $1
Pumps and Oxfords
Regularly sold up to $10.00.
Broken lines as well as some
regular lines in both black and
brown go at :
Men's 16-Inch Boots
Both pumps and oxfords, brok
en lin.es up to $6.00 to be clean
ed up at once. Price
Broken sizes, mostly small siz
es, formerly sold at $3.00 to
$5.00 go at
Men's House Slippers
Leather soft soles, sheeps wool
lined slippers and camel's hair
imported slippers and other
broken lines up to $5.00 to be
cleaned up at
Men's Work Shoes
Black with composition soles,
most all sizes in the lot to be
closed out. Regularly sold at
$4.50 go at
for Evening Wear
All sizes. A large selection of
styles. Regularly sold at $10.00
to $12.00. DYED FREE TO
MATCH COSTUME at the rid
iculously low price of
Black Faille Cloth
New styles, all sizes to select
from. Regularly sold at $10.00
and $12.00 to go at
Girl Scout Oxfords
The famous Boston Scout for
which we hold the exclusive
concession. All styles in smoke,
tan or black, every width and
size. Formerly sold up to $7.00.
Get a pair of these wonderful
Men's Florsheim Shoes
Archpreservers for Men
Shoes and oxfords in both black
and tan. All styles go at one
price while they last. Broken
Julian and Kokenge Ties
Black and brown, most all
sizes-, sold regularly at $12.00
to $15.00. A wonderful value at
Children's Pumps and
500 pairs, all styles and kinds
to close out. Sold up to $5.00.
AS go at one price
Men's House Slippers
Close out, leather slippers,
broken lines from Christmas
trade, up to $6.00 values
Ladies' Rollins Runstop
Guaranteed Silk Hose
Another large shipment of
these famous hose. Regular
price $2.00. All sizes, all the
late shades. Factory discontin
ued numbers to go at the ridic
ulously low price of
Our Famous Petite Picot
Rollins Runstop I
Guaranteed Roll Twist
Silk Hose !
The lace top hose that has
made this line so famous. This
number has been the greatest
value for $2.00 ever offered
but by making a large purchase
we are able to offer them .for
$1.65 per pair
3 pairs $4.50
Dr. L. J. Williams
Foot Specialist and
C, O. Ross
Expert Repair Man
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