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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem. Oregon Sunday Morning, September 18, 1932
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f?Fall? XidEoigs- and Music Activities Add Color to Autumn Season
Music Takes Bold Place in Fall Activities;
Plans Under Way for Winter
Salem MacDowell Club Will Offer Only Four Programs; Will Em
phasize Artistic Music; State Fair Music Excellent
ONCE more interests are drawn indoors as the summer days slip into the past and the
cool of autumn warns that soon amusements for all but those ambitious few who love
the cold and its sports will have to seek amusement under the protection of roofs and
High in the rank of winter pleasure is that place held by music. This winter Salem
is to. take a few strides ahead in this delightful means of entertainment. 1 The Salem Mac
Dowell club, one of the oldest I if not the oldest choral organization in the city, after sev
eral executive board meetings,; got under way Friday night a plan for the coming year's
work which is intriguing to the imagination.
Believing that the city is suffering from a dearth of ;
artistic musical offerings, the club has decided to give only
: four programs during the year and each of these will be a
superior musical offering. Two will be club choruses, each
featuring a guest artist.
The first chorus program will be given at Christmas
and at that time Miss Mary -
Schultz will be guest artist.
: The first of the four pro
grams will be Riven about the
middle of October and at this
time an artist will be presented.
The plan of the organization
fa to present the programs in a
down-town theatre. As plans are
now. It is hoped that the Christ
mas program may be a mixed
ehorns and Invitations are be
ing ex'tended through the paper
for those Interested to make
inquiry through Miss Margaret
Rosecrans, Miss Lena Belle Tar
tar, or Mrs. Walter Zosel.
Invitations through the press
are being extended to all new
talent in the city to make in
quiry concerning joining the
chorus tor its year's work. A
limited number may still be add
ed to the present personnel, ac
cording to Miss Lena Belle Tar-j
Officers for the year include
Mrs. W. S. Levens, president;:
Mrs. Walter Denton, vice presi
dent; Miss Mary Cupper, secre-j
tary; Mrs. S. W. Starr, treasurer;
Mrs. O. D. Adams, auditor; Mrs.
Grace De Harport and Miss Lo
is Plummer, librarians; Miss Le
na Belle Tartar, director ana
Miss Ruth Bedford, accompanist
The fall musical season will
really open with the music be-i
inr sponsored at the Oregon
state fair under the direction of
the Oregon Federation of Mu
sic clubs, Miss Helen Calbreath.
Twenty musical programs are;
being presented at the fair this'
year and at least 1000 persona
will take part In these programs
which are being presented from
a special left in the main pavll
lion. Miss Calbreath expresses
great enthusiasm for the exceli
lency of the program of offer-i
Mrs. Walter Denton is irt
charge of arrangements from Sa
lem and assisting her is Miss
Dorothy Pearce, Miss Lena Belle
Tartar, Miss Ruth Bedford and
C A. Wilson of the chamber of
Tallented musicians from over
the state will appear in chorus;
orchestra, bands, and novelty
ensembles. Some soloists will be
featured. The programs are to
be free to the public and will be
given between 11 and 12 o'clock
4 and 5 o'clock in the afternoon
and between 7 and 8 o'clock in
the evening. A special program
will be given Tuesday, Wednes
day and Saturday at 5 o'clock
Salem day is to be of especial
interest to Salem people. Amort
the larger programs will be that
which will be presented by the
Salem Symphony orchestra, its
first appearance this fall. Prof.
' Hans V. Seitz is director. The
Madrigal club and the Salem Ci
vic chorus under the direction of
Prof. E. W. Hobson, and the
Philharmonic chorus of Willam-
ette university under the direc- j
tion of Prof. Cameron Marshall
will be represented. '
Soloist of Salem will be Miss
Lillian Scott, Miss Lucile Miles.
Hubbard Hobson and Ronald
Craven, with Mias Barbara Pow
er t)t Monmouth, as violinist. Da
vid Smith, talented child singer
will also appear on the program
as will the American Legion
Junior band under the direction
of William MacLaughlin and
several other organizations ar
rangements for which have not
quite been completed.
The 4-H clubs will sing Wed-
nesday, Thursday and Friday! as
groups at 11 o'clock under 'the
direction of R. J. Maaske.
. These plans will be augmented
with future announcements I of
keen Interest to music lovers: of
the state who will be present! for
the state fair programs.
The program announced I for
, October 6 by Prof. Edward Till
son at the studio of Prof. jRo-
berts is one of the smaller and
delightfully intimate fall offer
ings to be anticipated. Prof. Till
son will play a piano program
unassisted, and those of the pub
. lie who love charming piano pro
grams will be pleased to know
that they .may attend this jone
Other programs indicating! the
arrival of faU .musical events! was
that of Harmon Boals Friday
night at the. Roberts studio when
he delighted an intimate group
of friends with a select group of
. pipe organ numbers. A second
program, of Friday was that of
Miss Irene Fnller of McMlnnjville
. who was presented by Mrs. I Da
. .rid Eason at her home. iMrs.
Richard Robertson was soloist
r for this charming evening which
concluded with an informal so
cial and coffee hour. Mrs. Mon
roe Gilbert presided at the cof
Y. W. Executive
Board Begins Work '
The first meeting of the Y. W
A. executive board for this fall
will be held Tuesday beginning at
10 o'clock in the social rooms of
the organization building on Lib
Plans for the coming year will
be discussed and reports of the
summer activities will be given.
The Girl Reserve work is also
getting under way with the be
ginning of school. The cabinet of
the high school Reserves will meet
with Mrs. Elizabeth Gallaher to
night. Miss Gretchen Rockenfeller
is president of the group and is
calling the meeting. Mrs. Ruskin
Blatchford, director, will also
meet with them.
The Parrish Reserves will also
get its organization started this
Forum Young People
Jefferson A miscellaneous
shower was given by Miss Flor
ence Thomas Thursday r.ftcrnoon
at the home of her parents, Mr
and Mrs. R. C. Thomasin in the
south part of town, for Miss
Virginia McKee whose wedding
will be an event of early fall
Elizabeth Looney assisted the
Those present were the honor
guest, Miss Virginia McKee. Mrs
Chas. McKee, Mrs. Earl Lynes
Mrs. George Looney, Mr. I. (3
Fontaine, Mary Louie Fontaine
Eleanore and Elizabeth Looney,
Jean McKee; Mrs. Leo Smith of
Albany, Mrs. Carrie Roland of
Salem, and the hostess, Miss
Florence Thomas and her moth
er, Mrs. R. C. Thorn as.
Mrs. Henry Lee entertained in
compliment to her daughter. Pat
sy Lee, Saturday. The birthday of
the young miss was observed with
a line party at the Elsinore and
following this tea at the Lee home.
A group of the young friends of
the honor guests were included in
the guest list. The occasion was
Miss Patsy's birthday.
Friends of Miss Josephine Al
bert will be delighted to listen in
over KEX tonight at 5 o'clock for
her weekly broadcast of sacred
music. Her numbers tonight will
include "My Faith Looks to
Thee," "Teach Me to Pray."
"Faith of Our Fathers" and
"Heart of God."
The Young People's Forum of
the First Methodist church was
entertained at the Roy Ohmart
home with Miss Velleda Ohmart
aa hostess Friday night. Games
were enjoyed until a late hour.
Present were Mr. and Mrs. Ron
ald Craven, Mm. Ruth Versteeg,
Mlsa Esther Lisle, Ida McNeill,
Bess Noland. Willa Ames. Betty
Elefson. Laura Cheney, Margaret
Estrem, Gertrude Cheney, Irene
Breithaupt, Madge Reid. Lois
Stelnke, Gladys Taylor, Marjory
O'Dell, Helen Breithaupt, Anna
Peters, Loretta Varley. Ruth Don-
nell, Helen McElroy, Hazel Shutt,
Ronald Hewitt, Everett Cole, Wil
liam DePew, Wllburn Swafford,
Morgan Gallaher, Martin Ander
son, Forrest Holladay, Everett
Lisle, Arnold Taylor, Robert N.
Holladay, Victor Rhodes and Miss
Will Elect Officers
Announcement was made Satur
day by Mrs. M. Melchior, presi
dent of the American Legion aux
iliary, that Fraternal temple has
been made available to the organ
ization meeting to be held Mon
day night, and that the meeting
would be held there at the regu
This will be an important meet
ing with the last nomination of of
ficers to be observed and this to
be followed by the annual election.
Saturday Tea is
Miss Frances Martin entertain
ed with an attractive bridge tea
at the borne of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Carey Martin, Saturday
afternoon complimenting M 1 1 s
Elizabeth Waters, gnest from Bos
ton, at the bom of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Waters.
Guests bidden for bridge in
compliment to Miss Waters were
Miss Cynthia Delano, Miss Maxine
Myers, Miss Caroyl Braden. Mies
Margaret Corey, Miss Kate Corey,
Miss Viola Crosier, Miss Isobel
George, Miss Phyllis Day, Miss
Margaret Engel, Miss Hazel John
son, Miss Bula Bailey, Miss
Gretchen Thlelsen, Miss Margaret
Burdette. Mrs. Francis Burgy,
Mrs. Frank Shafer. Mrs. F. L.
Waters and Mrs. Carey Martin.
Those who called at the tea
hour Included Miss Myra Belt,
Miss Dorothy White, Miss Rovena
Eyre, Miss Claudia Buntln, Miss
Helen Darby, Miss -Priscllla Fry.
Mlsa Virginia Berger, Miss Esther.
Wood, Miss Jeanne Patton, Miss
Marie Patton, Miss Lorraine Kin
zer, Miss Fae Driscoll, Miss Bea
trice Olln, Miss Jean Wilson, Miss
Frances Sande, Miss Barbara
Barnes. Miss Marmlon Connor
and Mrs. Richard Stole.
Miss Martin was assisted by
Miss Margaret Engle, Miss Hazel
Johnson and Miss Margaret Bur
A. A. U. W. of Oregon Will
Hold State Meet Here
October 2 1 and 22
ris with interest that Salem looks forward to the state
convention of the American Association of University
Women October 21-22. Plans for this meeting which will
gather together a large number of Oregon women, were ten
tatively discussed at the first regular meeting of the fall for
the Salem chapter, Saturday at the luncheon in Masonic
Committee appointm e n t s
for the year were also made
by Mrs. J. A. Jelderks, president
of the organization for this year.
These Include the following:
Program, Mrs. Asa Fisher;
fellowships. Miss Beryl Holt; ed
ucation, Mrs. George R, K.
Moorhead with Mrs. George Rho-
ten as chairman of the child
study section: international rela
tions. Miss Mary Eyre; literature.
Mrs. Herbert Rahe; legislative.
Miss Grace Elizabeth Smith; pub
licity. Miss Harriett Long; relief
cooperation, Mrs. Lynn F. Crone-
miller; membership, Mrs. W. W.
Baum. Mrs. Harry Keeney. Mrs
Carl Gregg Doney, Miss Dorathea proved
Stensloff; hostess. Miss Mabel
Robertson, Miss Ada Ross, Mrs.
Philip E. Barrett. Mrs. Henry T.
DeBoeat, Mrs. Kenneth Fitzger
ald. Mrs. Otto K. Paulas. Mrs.
George K. Allen.
According to plans made
known Saturday at tha business
meeting tha study classes for
which the A. A. U. W. Is well
known .will bo conducted again
this winter. Mrs. George R. Moor
head is chairman of the educa
tional committee. Under this
committee wUl be sponsored
classes In child study under the
direction of-Mrs. George Rhoten;
classes In German under Mrs.
Gustav Ebsen and classes in
French under Miss Marian Mo
range. Officers for the year include
Mrs. Jelderks, president, and vice
president. Miss Leila Johnson;
secretary, Mrs. E. B. Lindsay;
treasurer, Mrs. E. R. Derry; trus
tees. Miss Olive Dahl, Dr. Helen
Pearce and Mrs. Grover C. Bel
The program of the afternoon
delightful one. Mrs.
Ralph Barnes. Tlsltlng hero with ,
tho parents of her husband. Mr. -
and Mrs. E. T. Barnes, spake
concerning her experiences la Em-
rope with her husband, foreign
correspondent for tho New .York .
Times. Mr. Barnes is now . in
Russia. Her Ulk proved of ex
ceedingly great Interest and was .
most enthusiastically received fry
Miss Josephine. Albert added
beauty to- tho 'program with a .
group of froal-.tolo "ers.
Mrs. Marlon Mulkay Is openlag .
her kindergarten September 19, in .
the auditorium room of Nelson .
halt Mrs. Clifton Mud d will assist
with tho work this year. Special
emphasis Is being placed on utb
rymles and pro-school worjc Ses
sions will bo held Monday, Wed
nesday snd Friday of each week.
A pretty sarpriaa party compli
mented Mlsa , Kathleen Lindbock .
Friday Bight .who a group X her
Mends called to wish her farewell
before her departure for Oregon
State college Monday.
Kingwood. Members of the
Laurel Social Hour club enjoyed
a social afternoon Friday at the
home of Mrs. G. E. Vosburgh.
This meeting ushered" in the be
ginning of fall activities. The host
tess was assisted In serving by
Miss Catherine Applewhite and
Miss Mona Vosburgh.
Members and guests present
were Mesdamea Glenn L. Adams,
Warren B. Baker, Theodore Ber
nard, R. A. Blevlns, Raymond
Compton, Bert B. Flack, J. B.
Smith, Ed FInley, Robert Hall. D.
A. Williams, J. A. Yantiss, Carl
P. Mobley, A. L. Applewhite, C. A.
Guderian, Miss Applewhite, Miss
Vosburgh and the hostess, Mrs.
Mrs. Applewhite will entertain
Tuesday afternoon, September 27.
To be Observed
The 81st anniversary of the
founding of the Odd Fellows lodge
will be observed at the I. O. O. F.
temple Monday night at the regu
lar meeting of Rebekahs and Odd
All those who have had 25 con
secutive years of membership In
the Salem lodges will be especially
Mrs. R. G. Henderson, Mrs.
Lenore Kreisel and Mrs. Helen
McLeod are in charge of the pro
gram being arranged and Mrs.
Dora Hill, Mrs. Ella Smith, Mrs.
Grace Robertson, Mrs. Stella Price
and Mrs. Ira Fishback are in
charge of the social hour and re
The Naomi circle of the First
Methodist church will hold its
first fall meeting Wednesday with
Mrs. A. H. Suestman of route 6.
Mrs. W. D. Smith will assist the
hostess. Those desiring transpor
tation will notify Mrs. Walter
Mrs. Roberta Kightlinger of Sa
lem and C. T. Roy of Portland
were quietly married at the home
of Dr. and Mrs. O. L Scott, 1360
South Liberty street, Saturday at
1:30 o'clock. Rev. S. Darlow John
son read the service under a bow
er of fall flowers, with only the
immediate family present.
Mrs. A. E. Ullman will enter
tain members of the Ace High
club and their husbands at her
home, 1730 North Capitol street,
tonight. Dinner will be served and
cards will be In play following
on the Special
Sunday 50c Dinner
Mrs. Marion Mulkey
Mrs. Clifton Mudd
Pre:school work, eurhythmies,
nature study, dancing, music,
Studio: NELSOX BLDG.
Mon., Wed., FrL, 9 to 11:30
Car service Phone 6376
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BEGIN MUSIC LESSONS NOW . . .
SALEM CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
1344 Center Street Phone 6058
Voice, Piano, Cello, Violin. Harmony.
DIRECTOR: R. W. HANS SEITZ
Internationally Known Teacher of Voice
Conductors Salem Symphony Orchestra
High School Credit, Diplomas, Degrees
PIANIST AND TEACHER
announces opening of her studio
Sept. 19, 695 N. Liberty
to students desiring instruction in piano and ensemble
playing. , Also classes in Dunning Improved Music
Study for Beginners. Tel. 6559. Reasonable Rates.
EDWARD W. TILLSON
CONCERT PIANIST AND TEACHER
Pupils in all grades
Progressive Series if desired
Opening Monday, September 19
Studio: Nelson Building, Tel. 7483. Res. 754 Ferry St.
Telephone 4076 for appointments
William Wallace Graham
-MAKER OP ARTISTS"
Concert Violinist and Teacher, Head af Vtollm
Department, Willamette University
Every violinist of note from Salem daring the past 10 years
has received his training from Mr. Graham. He has had honor
students in the Chicago and American Conservatories of Ma
sie, the Kneisel Institute, the Damrosch school of New York,
Paris. Berlin and Dresden Conservatories of Enrope.
Miss Mildred Roberts of this city is the latest popll to achieve
note and success when she appeared in concert recently with
the celebrated violinist and Teacher Henri Maxton.
Kimball Hall, Monday and Thursday., or
Phone 0549. Jeanette Scott, assistant teacher.
PRIVATE AND GROUP INSTRUCTION
Supervised Practice if Desired
Studio 267 North Winter
Private and Cla?s
High Stbool Credits GiTen
Studio 245 Union
Residence, Route 2 Box 172
Dial 11 - Call 46-F-12
For children, agea 3-6, Mon
day Wednesday - Friday O
11:80 A. 91. Opening Septrm
Singing, ear training, rhyth
mic, orchestra, piano, hand
work, tool craft, pre-school
work, dancing, stories and
Mis. Frank IJlburn
Mrs. Fred IJtng and Miss Lois
For Information call 4 618 or
Kelson Building Tel. 7 483
Price $5. monthly, with car
Professional Accompanist and Experienced Teacher of
Piano. Classes for Beginners and Advanced Students.
High School Credits Given Studio Nelson Bldg.
Phone 6144, Res. 381 Chemeketa St.
Teacher of Voice
Studio 245 No. Winter St.
School ot Music
CAMERON MARSHALL Dean Voice.
FRANCIS VIRGINNIE MELTON Piano -History
HELEN MacHIRRON Theory - Public School
music, Assistant Piano.
WILLIAM WALLACE GRAHAM Violin
T. S. ROBERTS Organ.
Special inducements offered in classes in Voice -Violin
and Piano. Fee dependent upon number enrolled
in each class.
LENA BELLE TARTAR
SOLOIST TEACHER DIRECTOR
PERSONAL AND CLASS INSTRUCTION
Daily 4-6 and Saturday
407 Court Street
The members of the Salem Music Teacherr Association wish to
present to the people of Salem and vicinity the opportunity
for private or group instruction In violin, piano and voice. We
solicit your continued patronage.
Piano, private. Tel. 614
BUSH, JESSIE F.
Piano, private and group.
Tel. S282. 1363 S. Commercial.
CHURCHILL, LAUHA G.
Piano, Private and Group
Tel. 536, 805 H. Winter
DARBY, BERTHA .JUNK
Piano, private and group.
Tel. 7T58, 671 N. Cottage
DEXTOX, MRS. WALTER
Piano, private and group.
Tel. 7514. 1035 Court St.
DOTSOX, LENA LY
Piano, private and group.
Tel. 4541. 1109 Union St.
KASOV, MRS. DAVID
Tel. S64C, 4 N.. Sum
Piano, private, 245 Union-
LEE, MRS. HENRY
- Piano, private and group.
Tel. 5194, 554 N. Liberty
LILBURX. MRS. FRANK
Tel. 4 lit, C78 N. Cottage
MOSES. JOY TURNER .
Piano and violin, private
and group. Tel. 4324, SS5
Piano, private and group.
Tel. 4236, 267 N. Winter
PHELPS, ETHEL POLING
Piano, private and gronp.
Tel. 6326, 1075 N. Cap
POWERS. MABEL 8.
Tel. 7128, 1256 Conrt St.
ROBERT, T. 8.
Organ and piano, private.
Piano group. Tel. 7111.
505 N. Summer St.
RATCL1FF, Marjorie Walk
er. Voice, dramatic art,
. 'piano. Tel. 8274. 1841.
, Pairmouat Ave.
Violin, private and group.
Tel. 3923, 1547 Market
.TARTAR.. LENA BELLE
: Voice, private and group.
. TeL J8747 Conrt St.
. THOMAS, -i;F.
Violin, private and group.
THOMAS,' ZEN A
Piano, private and group.
Tel. 6410. 553 Statesman
Street.. . - ' . .
WATERS, MRS. LENA
Piano; private aad group.
TeL 5564.1653 Court St.
WELLER,' ELMA '
Plaao. prorata and gronp.
Tel, 4 Si I, t)f N. Liberty.