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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon. Sunday Morning. October 23. 1932
Music With; Splendid Vari; Wil
Feature Days of Next Fortnight;: . ;:
For Capital Gity Devotees -:
vPtograms of Song and Instrument Make Alluring. Schedule" of;-red
V ; Letter. Days, for Calendar of Music Lovers of Salem
THE week opens auspiciously for music, a vital part of every program for social life dur
; ing the late fall and winter season. As has been said before in these columns this year
"is particularly-outstanding in the superior ty pe of piusic . which is being offered Salem.
There is a splendid variety and high quality which-deserves excellent support. Ambitious
things are being undertaken in the musical life : of Salem and represent commendable
growth in the appetite of the musical public Strong support.for each program will be the
least that can be done by-those being offered the opportuni-o . ; . v . ..
, ties. of this season.:r; i : r r ; , ; -
' The A Cappella choir Of Portland, one of the finest sing-
- In g '.'organizations of tbe .. coast. O
Will present' an excellent program i
Monday nJght at the First Presby
terian churchy - "v? r 1 " ; J .M '
V This caoir' comes to Salem re
questing only., transportation-lee
and thus only a very small charge
la feeing made. There are 40 roicea
in this singing group which Is di
rected by Clarence Faris and is
sponsored by the First Presbyter
Ian ehnrch of Portland.
The aim of the" choir In coming
to Salem is solely to encourage a
finer ministry of music In church
es,'. .The program is outstanding
and. of high merit and the privi
lege to hear such an organization
forpractically nothing Is a rare
: Tuesday ny Salem friends of
charming Miss Nancy Thielsen,;
lyrie soprano, will motor to Al
bany to- the First Presbyterian
ehnrch there, where Miss Thiel
sen is being presented in recital
by the Albany college. The hour
la .S o'clock and there ia no
charge. " Tv '
i Miss Thielsen will be soloist for
the first program of the symphony
orchestra of the Salem Philhar
monic association which will be
given sometime within the next
. six weeks.?. . . " --V-
Tbe symphony group under the
direction of Jacques GershkoTltch
ills practicing twice a week. Care
ful selection has given a wonder
ful playing foundation and en
thusiasm is high for the accom
plishments of the group by those
who hare listened in on recitals.
Mr. GershkoTltch. who made Port
land's junior symphony an impor
tant unit in musical realms of the
United States is apparently lead
ing ..Salem's orchestra unit Into
splendid position. The first pro-
. gram Is being warmly anticipated.
November 1 a program which
promises to be a joy to all fortu
nate enough to hear it will be g,lv
en in the First Christian church
by Michael Arenstein, first 'cellist
of the Portland symphony orches
tra and a 'cellist of note in the
United States. Press approbation
front the east as wellfLs the west
gives to this musician an enviable
place In his art.
, Dr. Emil Enna, writing of the
musician, calls him a "cultured
and brilliant musician." And con
tlnues that "his work as soloist
with the orchestra (Portland sym
phony), this past season and his
individual recital at the Woodraft
hall have placed Arenstein as one
of .the world's greatest 'cellists."
The 'cellist was bor In St. Pet
ersburg, Russia, and wag educated
there under the tutorship of such
distinguished musicians as Protes
tor Joseph Press and ensemble
work .. under Auer and Felix
'i His father was a prominent pi
. ano merchant and was the first to
: Introduce the famous Stelnway to
- Russia, and his parental home was
: the, gathering place for musical
personalities of the continent.
The Revolution brought him to
America eventually. All this has
added much to his personality and
to his musical Interpretation.
.The proceeds of the Arenstein
program which is being sponsored
by the Ladies' Madrigal club un
der the direction of Prof. E. W,
Hobson, will be given over to the
'purchase of music for a "spring
parens: yWHpie?xTr smb.:
noted 'cellist, and now
first 'cellist with the 'Port
land Symphony orchestra,
will appear in recital here No
vember 1 at the First Chris
Of Keen Interest
Today is of special radio In
terest to . a large number of Sa
lem people. Tonight at 10: IS
o clock the Atwater Kent voice
competition will be broadcast
from Portland in the state con
Salem has two entrants, Miss
Josephine Albert, soprano, and
Wendell Robinson. If Miss Al
bert and Mr. Robinson are sue
cessful in this state contest then
they will go to San Francisco for
the western district contest and
then to New York for the nation
al contest if successful there.
The vote of the radio audience
counts 40 per cent in selection
of the winner.
A second broadcast of interest
will be ever KEX at 9 o'clock
tonight when the Oregon Feder
ation of Music clubs will present
its broadcast. The Alicia McElroy
ensemble will play and Ernest
Crosby, tenor, will sing. Miss
Helen Calbreath, president of the
association, will speak on the
value of a permanent municipal
band to Portland.
Monmouth Dr. and Mrs. B. F.
Butler were hosts to the "Wednes
days night bridge club at their
home, Oct. 19. A pot-luck dinner
preceded the playing. Those en-
oying the occasion were: Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Tetherow, Mr. and Mrs.
James Gentle, Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
DeArmond, Mr. and Mrs. O. A.
Wolverton, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Smith and the hosts. Mr. and Mrs.
DeArmond held honors at cards.
Gay : Party :is
UNIVERSITY circles this week
have been socially busy de-
fairs. The festive spirit of Hal
lowe'en entertaining -and the foot
ball season make - delightful in
centives. - ' 7
Miss Beatrice Hartu'ng 'enter
tained with a colorful evening at
the home of her mother, Mrs. E.
E. Gilbert, Saturday '.night. Fol
lowing an Informal evening with
Hallowe'en the gay decorative
background 'for the entertaining.
a late coffee hour was enjoyed. At
this time Miss Bertha Babcock as
sisted Miss Hartung.
Guests bidden by Miss Hartung
Included Miss Ruth Gillette, Miss
Ann Erickson, Miss Irene Kauf
man, Miss Lois Wilkes, ' Miss
Midge Hewitt, Miss Faith Sher
burn, Miss Betty-Mae Hartung,
Mist Ruth Chapman, Miss Bertha
Babcock. Miss Elizabeth Clement,
Miss Marjorie Wander, Miss Mil
dred Miller, Miss Marian Bretz,
Dwight Adams, Walter Erickson,
Andy Peterson, Keith Jones, Miles
Woodworth, Piercy Sweet, Ronald
Hudklns, Lowell Eddy;" Howard
Bergman, Charles Campbell, Ken
neth Manning, Karl Weisser, Ber
nard Newby and Gus Moore.
A second party of gay Infor
mality: was the fireside party at
the Beta Chi sorority home Friday
night at which time a group of
university men were entertained
following the Albany-Willamette
football game. -
Quests were received in the
drawing rooms and In the new
social room which has been ar
ranged in the sorority home. An
original decorative note was car
ried out for this room Friday
night with the walla covered with
charcoal drawings of comic char
acters. Guests for this evening includ
ed Dan Schrelber, Herbert Hardy,
George Lloyd, Darlow Johnson,
Delvia Neiderheiser, Jack Grant,
Melvin -Crow, Arthur Erickson,
' TALENTED SINGER .'.
Halloween i With its Mysteries'and Brilliant Color Schems t Give
inspiranon to raraes; oecrer nyenr. w iu dc or:
AND now with Octobers bright blue weather turned to sober. gray cwuds.ajDovejma wet
winds' that splash and push the just and unjust alike, there comes that splendid hol
iday of merrymaking, that yes, it is, that heathenish heirloom which old auxi young AliKe
love and thrul to celebrate Hallow'en. With its color and spirit it maks. the! gray of ;
, these last days-of October fitting atmosphere for its weird and ghostly doings,
So the parties that are being planned, the dances that are to be given, ana tne general
trend of social functions, all reflect the black and orange, and o . . ..... r: ;
the ghostly symbols of the ancient-celebration of the mght
when spirits, 'restless waifs that seek for peace, walked the
earth In Ifrultlee aearch.j.f ; O- . '.. 1 i
-.. Then this week holds a secret i
rumor liaa It that a wedding of
large interest is to be celebrated
. and' Dam Rumor' is correct In
no few. number pf these specula-
tiona,; :, ; ;: K jr..-. .,r-
One of the largest parties of the
season will be this week and will
be a formal bridge tea at the Mar
lon hotel for which Mrs. L. D.
Lambeth and Mrs. Karl Heinlein
Two, of .the largest dances off
the season are being planned; The'
Subscription club with its large
membership of - the prominent
young married people of the city
will dance at Masonic hall Satur
day night. This will be a formal
dance. Many smart dinner parties
and other gay gatherings will pre
cede the dance and there will be
any number of out-of-town people
here as guests of members for the
Then the Tilllcum Dancing club
;' "J- '
MISS NANCY THIELSEN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Thielsen 'who is beina vresented in voice recital
by Albany college Tuesday night at the First Presbvterian win meet Tuesday for its, first
church tn Albany. Miss Thielsen, talented young soloist, will
also be soloist with the first program of the symphony offer
ing of the Salem Philharmonic association. ...
A secret to their friends was
XjL . the marriage . of . Miss
Luncheon is Wedding Day
dance of the year and this will be
a brilliant affair at CaaUUian
ii rii ,ln)i mMii tti fourth
Tuesday of each month. The pres- Inez Courtney, popular stage
ldent is V. E. Kuhn-and a. a. i ajctress, and Stanley Pascal,
uueuroy is secretary, winner p.r- ngrgnnJ, firnriitl nriin.
MRS. WILLIAM PAULUS en
tertained Friday afternoon
with a charming luncheon
and afternoon of contract bridge
for Mrs. Stanley Allan of Pendle
ton who has been visiting Salem
for the past several days and who
will leave Monday for her home.
Mrs. Allan formerly made her
home here and at that time was
, Miss Irene Curtiss.
Covers were placed for Mrs.
Allan and Mrs. James Young, Mrs.
P. D. Quisenberry, Miss Ethel Fra
iler, Mrs. Lewis Griffith,- Mrs.
Brazier Small, Mrs. A. if. Jerman,
Mrs. Ted Paulus, Miss Nan Put
nam and Mrs. Paulus.
festival" of music which is being
planned by -the group as an an
nual' event for Salem, by Prof.
- The introductory program as
bow planned will be, superb work
of Grieg, "Olat Trygvasson". This
la the story In music of the return
of Trygvasson from Russia to Nor
way to . bring Christianity to the
Odin and Thor worshipping Nor
A chorus of SO or CO voices is
being planned with orchestral ac
companiment. -This In itself will
, be a splendid undertaking in mu
sical circles and the superior ben
fit program upon which Mr; Ar
enstein appears will, be a splendid
one to support. ' v
"The Bella of Jleaujolais", a
comie operetta in two acts by Lou
Is Adolph Coerne will be present
ed by the combined chorus classes
of Salem high school Friday eve
ning November 4.
1 This is the first dramatic offer
ing to be given by the music de
partment for some time. There
la an unusual amount of interest
being taken by the student singers
: who always, take delight in repre
senting ' tome character other
than themselves. The perforn-
ance of an operetta is especially
educative in that those io par
ticipate gain confidence andpsse
through public appearance.
, me v Hens oi Beaujoiais" la
tuneful, rhythmic and represents
a high type of .musical 'composi
tion. , Toe dramatic scenes are
light and ridiculous and the char-
acterlEatkiDs afford a wide scope
r Lena Belle Tartar' is coaching
tbe dramatics and music. Ola
Clark will serve as laeult man
agen Harold Jepsen is business
manager; Frances Field And Shir
ley Knlghioa are in charge of the
... Proceeds.: will pay fsr maslo
scores for . the department and
possibly tbe expenses of students
who will represent ;Th school in
tbe state and northwest orchestras
Jack Kuhn is spending the
weekend with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. V. E. Kuhn. Toung Kuhn is
a member of the Tau Kappa Epsi-
ion at Oregon State college.
The Catholic Toung Married
VTaWIn flnnAm TJntV Ha,W Phil
Huth, Ralph roster, Ben Briggs, C. Y. M. P. Will
t ji w a . a. M j I
jaca Simpson, tua tmiicuioru, I r- . .
Warren Crow, James Allison, CJltertain I UesdaV
rrr . M . t ' . n II I
wenzei raiser, diu lemon, rnu-
ip Armstrong, Ralph Shaw, Don
Egr, Michatt FiUpatrick. Malcolm
Jones, Forrest Robinson, William
Thome. Kenneth Manning, Dick
Hlatt, Arthur smith, ciyae Dun
ham, Hollis Naylor, Dalbert Jen
sen and Talbot Bennett.
AN ANNOUNCEMENT of In
terest was made Friday at a
Gate room of the Spa when Miss
Kathryn Elgin announced her en
gagement to Clayton Foreman and
the wedding date as November 10.
Tiny cards buried In the heart of
dainty little nosegays told the
Covers were placed for -Miss
Wilma Glese, Miss Peggy Good
fellow, Misa Buena Brown; Miss
Fae DrlscolL Miss Dorothy Bell,
Miss Maxlne Myers, Mrs. Deryl
Myers and Mrs. Donald Deeke
bach, and for the hostess. A line
party followed the dinner hour.
Miss Elgin is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Elgin of
Portland, and is a graduate of
Willamette university where she
was affiliated with the Delta Phi
sorority. Mr. Foreman attended
Oregon State college, where ha
ties and after supper parties will
add to the festivity of this-dance,
The membership of this club in
Mr. and Mrs. AL Adolphson,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Armstrong,
Judge and Mrs. Harry Belt, Mr.
and Mrs. Leif Bergsvik, Mr. and
Mrs. L. M. Brown, Mr. and Mrs,
E. E. Bnreh. Mr. and Mrs. John
Brophey, Mr.- and Mrs. W..J,
Braun. Dr. and Mrs. Armln Berg-
er, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Collins,
Mr. and Mrs.' Ralph Cooley, Mr.
aad Mrs. Lee Canfield, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Campbell, Mr. and
Mrs. L M. Dough ton, Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Dane, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Daue, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Delaney,
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Day, Mr. and
Mrs. Karl Demaris, Mr. and Mrs.
L. B. Endicott, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Gabriel.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Card. Dr. and
Mrs. A. W. Clutch, Mr. and Mrs.
Ross Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. A.
A. Gueffroy, Dr. and Mrs. V. E.
Hockett, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A.
Herman, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hill,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Hulsey,
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Helnline, Mr.
and Mrs. Grover HUlman, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Johnston, Mr. and Mrs.
Curtis Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. T.
L. Kuhns, Mr. and Mrs. V. E.
Knhn, Dr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Le-
ities: The ceremony was an
event of last June. Mr. and
Mrs. Pascal are now at home
Mr. and Mrs.. Ira D. Mix. Inde
pendence, Ore.; Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Mack, Independence, Ore.; Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Tracy, Dallas, Ore.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Crider, Dallas,
Invitations are out for the first
dance of the season for Illlaee
country club members at the club
house Saturday night. This will
be a Hallowe'en affair.
And looking ahead In the fort
night there la the splendid Char-
lty- ball, a colorful event for No
vember 4 being called "A Night la
Spain" which is being riven by
the Salem Lions club as a begin
ning to its Christmas eheer work.
This Is the first such affair for
the dab and It la planned to make
this aa annual event In one form
or another. There will be at least
1000 Invitations extended and
Lions clubs from nearby valley
towns will be present with stunts
to be offered In contest and which
will offer variation to the dancing
mere wui aiso be a program
People's organisation of St. Jo-1 was affiliated wlthSTTJ Delta bold, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Myers, I characteristic of Spanish life of-
Rev. W. C. KantiUf will read
the wedding service at Knight
Monmouth Mr. and Mrs. O. C.
Christensen entertained at dinner
at their home Thursday evening
to a group of American Legion
state and district officers includ
ing Carl Mosler, Portland, state
adjutant; Jack. Eakin, Dallas,
state commander, and Mrs. Eakin,
district vice-president of the Le
gion's 'Auxiliary. Local guests
were J. B. Lorence, commander of
Monmouth's post, and Mrs. Lor
ence; and Larry Wolfe.
.-. , :
.The Dramatic club will sponsor
the first of a series of dances
Monday night In St. Joseph's Hall,
Winter ; and Chemeketa streets.
These dances are open to the pub
lic -. . '
seph'a church will entertain with
a party Tuesday night at S
o'clock In the hall.
The committee In charge Is
Mrs. Lawrence Boch, Mrs. Phillip
jaskowski, Mrs. B. J. Kropp. Mrs
M. G. Tanzer, and Mrs. E. A
All young married people of I HIannfH WrlnHjv
tha nnrlnh r. fnvttori tn ft An A I J
I Birthday Tea is
Women of the First Congre-
Mr. and Mrs. Don Madison, Mr.
aad Mrs. R. A. Meyer, Mr. and
Mrs. W. T. Molloy, Mr. and Mrs.
V. P. McNamara.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Newman,
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. H. Nicholson,
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Needham, Mr.
and Mrs. W. L Needham, Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Newmyer. Mr. and
Mrs. B. E. Owens, Mr. and Mrs.
U. S. Page. Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
. . SOCIAL CALENDAR '
Monday,' October H
. Extra session of Sigma Nu Delphians, city library.
V A Cappella choir of Portland at First Presbyterian
church, 8 o'clock.
Woman's Republican club, 1 o'clock, at Republican
headquarters," Commercial hank building; Congressman
W. C. Hawley speaker.
' ' Chapter A. B. of P. E. O. Sisterhood, with Mrs. :
W. D. Smith, IS 65 Center street; 7:46 o'clock. .
i - Tuesday, October 25
Mrs. Ralph Kletsing, hostess to Chi; Delta Del- -phians,
745 South Commercial street; 9:30 o'clock.
Benefit card afternoon sponsored by Chadwick
chapter orfer of Eastern Star; Masonic temple. .
Salem Credit Women's Breakfast club, 7 o'clock,
Marlon hotel.? . - - .---.-
District Graduate Nurses " association, with Mrs.
W. I. SUley, 271 North Summer street, 2 o'clock. Miss v
Jane Doyle, secretary of American Red Cross of-Po-.
land, talk about Red Cross work la Europe.
Business and Professional Wdmen's dinner, 0:30
o'clock, Marion hotel; Judge J. U. Campbell speaker. .
' Mrs. John Ferguson, national, committee women
for Republican party, speaker at Republican headquar
ters, Commercial bank building, o'cloek.
' - Salem Women's PTess c!ub with Mrs. Hal Hoss, 362
Jerris street, z o'clock.
Sons of Union Veterans and its auxiliary, with Mr.
and Mrs. E. L. Buchanan, 0:30. o'clock. :
"j" 1 Wednesday, October 26 . . ."
, Leslie Can Do class, Hallowe'en party at home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lin root; 7:30 o'clock. - "
Birthday tea at First Congregational church, 2:30
o'clock to I 'clock. . ; ."" , . -
"':""' . Thursday, October 27 . "."
South Salem W.'C.'T. U I o'clock, la Leslie ball; '
Rev, ST Darlow Johnson,-speaker of afternoon.
Marion County Federation of Women's clubs -in J
: s Woodburn for regular tail meeting. 1 .; : : -t- . . - ;f
8alem Zonta club, luncheon at Marlon hotel. ';::
Kingwood A profusion of fall
flowers made a picturesque set
ting for the opening meeting of
the Book and Thimble club Thurs
day afternoon at the home of the
retiring president, Mrs. Roy La-
cey. Annual election resulted as
follows: Mrs. Ray Ferguson, re
tiring vice president, automatic
ally became president; Mrs,
Charles Schwartz, vice-president;
Mrs. A. L. Applewhite, secretary
aad Mrs. Applewhite will have
charge of the entertainment hour
at the next meeting, Thursday,
November 3 at the borne of Mrs.
St. Joseph's Y. M. P. chib was
entertained Wednesday evenlns
by Father Buck. Enthusiasm was
keen and plans were laid for the
winters sports and gatherings.
Tne novelty of unusual cames
lent oior to the festivities. Hal
lowe'en refreshments were served
I at a long table.
The next-party will be riven in
St. Joseph's hall Tuesday evening,
October 25, and Catholic Married
Toung People are cordially In
vited. The only stipulation beinc
mat - notification be riven to the
! pastor in - advance.
An Interesting meetine ia be
ing planned for Tuesday morning
at 9 ; 3 0 o'clock , at . the home f
Mrs. -RalDh Kletxinr. t mhfrh
time members of Chi Delta chan-t U8' Mrs. A. J. smith, Mrs. George
ter of Delphians will meet. Miss I Rhodes; Mrs. Charles Henkle,
Aima ciair Bicknafe will talkonlna Mrs. weigie. - Members .pres-
Itallan drama. Tonics will be tak-1 "t were Mrs. Frances McLangh
en by Mrs. R. D. Barton, Mrs. J. Un, Mrs. Effle Tripp, Mrs.TVlr
Vlnton Scott, and Mrs. RalnhlK1111 Hammer, Mrs., Delia Keith-
iKieuing. Mrs. Scott has spent I ier urs. Kuoy js. jacuieuan. Mrs.
gatlonal church are planning an Perry, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Pia-
oia iasnionea Dinnaay tea . ror seckl, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Ray
Wednesday afternoon in the I mond. Mr and- Mrs. Reed Row-
The hours are from 2:30
o'clock to 5 o'clock. Older wom
en of the church will be special
guests for this tea. ,
Mrs. E. A. Miller has charge of
the general arrangements.
Gervals. The Presbyterian
Women's Missionary society met
Wednesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Katherine Marshall. After
the devotional and interesting les
son study conducted by Mrs. Kath
erine Grafious, Mrs. Clara Jones
led the business meeting. Arrange
ments for the chicken pie supper
to be given at the auditorium
Thursday' night. October 27, were
completed. The hours will be from
5:20 to 7:30 and a program of
a play in pantomime, a stunt in
costume. and other numbers will
be given.. Supper tickets will in
clude admission to the program.
North Santiam. Mrs. George
B. Howard was hostess Thursday
afternoon for members - of the
Women's Sewing club for the first
meeting of the season.-Plans were
outlined for the coming- year, and
it was decided when there- was
no other work on hand to make
it a "helo-one-another. club.
Guests present were Mrs. Phil-
land, Jndge and Mrs. Geo. Ross-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Rlck-
etts. Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Sears, Mr.
and Mrs. Hollis Smith Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer J. Scellars, Mr. and
Mrs. Glen Seely, Dr. and Mrs. W.
J. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Townsend,Mr. and Mrs. H. F.
Thomas, Dr. and Mrs. Geo. H.
Yehrs, Mr. and Mrs. Willis E. Vin
cent, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Wlndl-
shar, Mr. and Mrs, Harrq Wled-
mer, Mr. and Mrs. Van Wieder,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Willett, Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Wolgamott, Mr. and
Mrs. R. D. Woodrow, Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Wiper. Mr. and Mrs. R. F.
Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zo-
seL Dr. and Mrs. O. A. Olson, MaJ.
and .Mrs. E, V. Wooton.
fered as an attractive supplement
to the evening of dancing. t Gay
concessions featuring Spanish
things will be a part of the deco
rative scene for the armory which
is to be tbe scene of the balL
The ball will be a costume af
fair and thus added color will be
given. Mrs. Engene Grabenhorst
has charge of the women's com
mittee which is assisting the large
committee appointment of Lion
club members. General chairman
is B. A. Newman. .
The balcony of the armory is
being arranged for spectators and
all in all the affair promises to be
one of the smartest and gayest of
the fall and winter season, and
certainly it . Is an Innovation
Dridge. l ea
A CHARMING AFFAIR of the
- week - end was - the bridge
- -. IUI AID lVl V J
White was hestess at the home of
her parents.-' General - and Mrs:
George a: White on Lefelle street.
Saturday afternoon compliment--
lng Mrs. Homer Smith, Jr.. nee
Marjorie Swafford of Oregon City.
' A lovely tea hour followed tbe '
afternoon of bridge and at this
time additional guests called. Mrs.
Homer "Goulet presided at the tea
urns and Miss White was assisted
In : serving by. Miss Henrlettta
White. Miss Margaret Drager and
Miss Zora Farnsworth.
Calling at the tea hour were
Mrs. Homer Smith. Sr.. Mrs. Louis
D. Farnsworth and 2fiss Rovena
Guests for thet-.atternoon In
cluded Miss Mttdaad .Swafford and
Miss Marian Swafford &t Oregon
City, sisters i2 ttfc dusaer guest:
Miss Margaret J)Tay,.als Max
lne Myers, Miss Sam farnsworth.
Miss Irma iPtfrsBewgJpss Kate
Corey, Miss IWrwsBMtWOson, MUs
Ruthita Hoffnell, Miss Virginia
Newlaiid, Miss Peggy Goodfellow
Miss Kay Goalet, Miss Frances
Martin, Miss Caroyl Braden, Miss
Phyllis Day, Miss -Henrietta
White, Mrs. Deryl Myers, Mrs.
Marvin Headrlck. and Mrs. FranX
Salem Chemeketa Players are
finding much Interest displayed
In active cooperation on the part
of local merchants for the ser
ies of dramatic productions which
the group will present to Salem
audience this season. Mr. B. A.
Newman, manager of the local
stores. Is giving ,his services to
arrange the stage for the pro
ductions and also to aid with sup
plying needed articles for the
sets. This is true of other com
panies and the work of getting
the first pt the aeries of plays.
"Back Seat Drivers' under way
Is practically done.
Another play "The Ghost Bird
is already under casting witb
Frederick Lehman, graduate of
Lin field college where he had two
years of dramatic work, selected
for a part and Miss Maxine Pet
tyjohn, who has been writing
and directing original skits st
Roberts, baa also been cast foi
should be welcomed by
v . Cyn ; Cromse
Artlstie lightings , ..
. , . Nataral Expressions
! several years in China and she
I will have Incidents of more than
i usual interest for her talk.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J.1 Linfoot will
entertain :anesaay mgnt as
sisted by - Mr. and Mrs." Wayne
. Greenwood and Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
I Murray, complimenting , members
oi the Leslie .Can Do class of thelwere
Mina Keithley and tha hostess.
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A simple wedding of. Saturday
morning was . read - by Father
Buck in tha ' rectory of St. Jo
sephs enure n at 1 o'clock unit
ing in marriage Miss Jennie M.
Dutton of Salem and John Henny
of Gervals. ' The . young . people
attended by Mrs. M. A.
Leslie Methodist church. The
I hour has been set for 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Lyman Lund has as her
i house: guest her ; son. -. Weldon
Hayes of Gilroy, CaL He is stop
ping over here en route to Port-'
land 'where he will enterrschool.
Groom, sister rot the bride; and
Rudolph .Henny brother of the
groom. They, will make their
home at 812 North 20th street.
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Scrap Books, - Pho-
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Assorted Colors.1; Regular
Values of $1.50 to ?2.00"
Atlas ' Boole , Store
. . 465 Stale SL .
To erase the three signs of premature facial aging,
learn what to do . . . we offer a rare opportunity in the
coming of .
MISS MARY RASMUSSEN
who will arrive
and will be at Ote Capital Drug Start Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday, October 24-25-26
She is a DOROTHY CRAY grad
uate in scientific facial treatments.
t , Let her analyze your problems,
choosing the specialized prcparV'
.tiora yotf need. Consult her.
on your type of make-up, mateK ;
your coloring and the vivid shades .
of the season's costumes. " -
She will show you hew-to courv
teract lines and wrinkies axound'
' eyes 'and mouth, how 4t reduce a
i double 'chin,' how to tarn ejrtpy;,
throat. Whatever your, oroblem.
she will make an 'mtellJjent study of it and a pcactkal
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