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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Thursday Morning, Febrnary'S, 1933
'Apollo Club Will
Tonight will mark the appear
ance of the Portland Apollo club
before ita Salem audience at the
Grand theatre. This will be the
first time in several years that
the Portland club has come to
make a bow before Salem music
devotees and there Is much en
thusiasm and anticipation for the
i Willem Van Hoogstraten is the
noted director of the chorus this
year. Also the well known and
much liked Arthur Johnson, ten
or, will be guest sollst and this
lg attracting no little attention.
Robert Flack, also known -to Sa
lem musicians, la to be accom
panist. The program Includes:
Where'er You Walk Handel
Arr. by C. G. Spross
The Dreaming Lake. . .Schumann
Btoria d'una Bimba (The Tale of
a Maid) Enrique Soro
LeReve (The Dream (from "Ma.
non") Julius Massenet
Quelle Sou ff ranee (What Suffer
ing In Love) . .Rene Lenormand
Creation Hymn .Rachmaninoff
Arr. by Franx Bornschein
Lullaby (Wlegenlied) Brahms
Arr. by A. Zander
On Wings of Song (Auf Flugeln
Des Gesanges) . . .Mendelssohn
Song of the Bow (words by A.
Conan Doyle) .Florence Alward
Twilight is Lovelight (from Mel
ody in F) Rubenstein
November (John Cowper Powys)
Harry Van Dyke
(Dedicated to Mr. Johnson)
Songs of Gruzla. . .Rachmaninoff
The Eternal Vagabond (C. G.
Johnson). Dedicated to Mr.
Sea Fever (John Masefield)
John Adams Loud
Ave, Verum Corpus
. '. . .Wolfgang Amadeus-Mozart
In Silent Night (German folk
ong) Johannes Brahms
Forest Harps Edwin Schultz
Op. 131. Incidental solo by
The Women's Missionary socie
ty of the First Baptist church will
meet at the home of Mrs. F. M.
Hoyt, 753 North Winter street,
Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Mrs. John A. Gibson has charge
ef the devotions.
An interesting program has
keen planned by Mrs. Mattie
Clark on Indian patchwork. As
sistant hostesses were Mrs. Whee
land, Mrs. Gibson, Mrs. Parmen
tor, and Mrs. Martin.
Special music will be given by
Miss Hoshla Watanahe and Miss
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News and Club
Olive M. Doak,
Thursday, February 9
Thursday club with Mrs. George J. Pearce at her
home, 267 North Winter street.
Salem MacDowell club presents at Grand theatre
Apollo club of Portland; William Van Hoogstraten di
recting; reception to follow at Roberts studio.
Daughters of Nile, regular meeting; 12 o'clock
luncheon; sewing planned.
Mrs. A. L. Brown, hostess at her home, 1759 South
Commercial street, to Priscilla Needle club for one
Maccabee Thimble club, with Mrs. Bertha Loveland,
405 South 25th street; 2 o'clock.
All-Day meeting of Ladies Aid of W. R. C, at fair
grounds; potluck luncheon at noon.
All-day quilting and sewing for Ladies Aid of Jason
Lee church. Potluck lunch at noon.
Brush College Helpers with Mrs. John Schindler.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Smart, hostess to West Way
club at her home, 2475 Cherry avenue.
Junior Artisans, 7 o'clock. Fraternal temple; bus
iness meeting and initiation of candidates.
Zonta club luncheon at Marion hotel; regular meet
ing and informal program.
Friday, February 10
Annual Japanese program presented as lobby offer
ing at Y. M. C. A.. 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Millard Doughton, hostess to Auxiliary to Na
tional Letter Carriers association at her home, 1820
North 19th street; all-day meeting.
High school girl's Glee club tea at home of Dr. and
Mrs. C. A. Downs, hours 3 to I o'clock; invitation to at
tend by way of the press.
Women's Missionary society of First Baptist church,
2 o'clock with Mrs. F. M. Hoyt, 753 North Winter
Brush College community club at school house.
Mrs. F. M. Hoyt, hostess to Women's Missionary so
ciety of First Baptist church, at her home, 753 North
Three Links club with Grace Robertson, 1598 Court
street; Valentine party.
Miss Lois Ohmart hostess to Sewing club of Bus
iness and Professional Women; 8:30 o'clock, potluck
Daughters of Union War Veterans, Lincoln's day
program, 8 o'clock in Salem Women's clubhouse; patri
otic organiiations especially Invited guests.
Card Club Meets
With Miss Darley
Miss Betty Darley, Mias Virgin
ia Richmond and Miss Faye Bar
ber entertained for members of
their club at the Darley home
Wednesday night. St. Valentine
symbols and a color scheme of red
and white were used for the clev
erly arranged decorative note.
Guests included Mrs. Perry
DeLap, Mrs. C. T. Darley, Mrs.
Don Smith, Miss Leota Beall, Miss
Zeralda Rogers, Miss Pauline
Scott, Miss Orma Mclntyre, Miss
Grace Holman, Miss Dorothy Mc-
Cracken and the hostesses.
Orchard Heights. Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Edgar were dinner
hosts Sunday to a group of rela
tives. Covers were placed for Mr.
and Mrs. Zach Eakina, Mr. and
Mrs. L. H. Mooney, Jim McRey
nolds and Beerylee Mooney, all
of Portland; Kenneth Edgar, Don
ald Edgar and the hosts. The oc
casion honored the natal day of
Mrs. Eakins, who is the eldest
daughter of the Edgars.
Additional guests in the after
noon were Dr. A. B. Starbuck, his
daughter Myra and son Thomas of
Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Ed
gar and their daughter Rose of
Brush Creek. Mr. and Mrs. L.
H. Meyer were hosts Monday
night to a group of friends. Miss
Althea Meyer assisted her mother
Present were Mr. and Mrs. Silas
Torvend, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Torvend, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tor
vend, all of Bethany; Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Olsen, Miss Thelma
Olsen, Mrs. M. G. Gunderson, Miss
Lillian Block. Mrs. H. E. Johnson,
Rev. C. L. Fos8, Miss Ella Svar
vari and Edwin Svarvari of 811
verton, and Miss Sylvia Haere,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Larson and
John Goplerud, Jr., of Brush
Miss Alice Jensen was the in
spiration for a pleasant little par
ty at her home Tuesday afternoon,
the occasion being her birthday.
Covers were placed at the lunch
eon for Miss Jensen, Mrs. Anna K.
Jensen, Mrs. Victor Madsen, Mrs.
Edwin Hatteberg, Miss Colleen
Madsen, Miss Lillie Madden and
Miss Vivian Buness.
Mrs. H. A. Smart will entertain
for members of the West Way
club at her home, 2475 Cherry
avenue, this afternoon.
Attend the Daughters of the Nile Bennefit Bridge Friday Evening,
8:00 O'clock Maeonle Temple
For Salem's Crippled ' Children
HOUSE t? FROCKS
French G i n g
Supper Party Meeting
Miss Lois Ohmart will enter
tain for members of the Business
and Professional women sewing
club at her home in South Salem
Friday night. Miss Josephine
Shade was to have been hostess
and Miss Ohmart is acting in her
A potluck supper will be served
at 6:30 o'clock. Each guest is
asked to bring her own table ser
vice. Kingwood. Mrs. D. A. Wil
liams was hostess Tuesday after
noon at the regular meeting of the
Laurel Social Hour club.
Mrs. Ray Ferguson was delight
fully surprised at the tea honr
by finding herself specially com
plimented. Miniature cakes, each
decorated with a lighted candle,
were served In honor of Mrs. Fer
guson's birthday anniversary.
Other invited guests were Mrs.
Charles Adams and Mrs. Ray
Mrs. J. A. Yantiss will enter
tain Tuesday afternoon, February
Woodburn Miss Marcellaj
Krupicka, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Anton Krupicka, whose mar
riage to Russell Gardner of Salem
will be solemnized February 2S
was the inspiration for two show
ers the past week.
Wednesday her sister Miss Ad
ella Krupicka entertained for her
at the home of their parents.
Sunday she was again honored
when her sisters, Mary and An
toinette asked the following
guests to their home: Miss Maxlne
Blakely, Claudia Donnelly, Roa
ina Pavelek, Audrey Broyles,
Mary Elizabeth Weiss. Henrietta
Whitney, Cecilia Whitney, Adella
Krupicka, Mrs. Frank Weiss, Mrs.
John Becker, Mrs. Joe Kust, Mrs.
George Black, Mrs. Antojie Cacka, j
Mrs. Antone Krupicka, Miss Mar- I
cella Kmplcka and the hostesses. '
Mrs. Miles McKey was a spe
cial guest for the bridge luncheon
for which Mrs. Vernon A. Doug
las and Mrs. Fred Duncan were
hostesses in compliment to their
club members Wednesday aftor -
noon at the Green Dragon.
Junior Artisans will meet this
evening at 7 o'clock Jn Fraternal
temple for a business meeting and
Initiation of candidates.
Cotton pri n t 8
14 to 44.
'At Home9 Smartly
Charming in Ita Informal for
mality was the "at home" for
which Mrs. Julius L. Meier re
ceived in the apartment of Gov
ernor and Mrs. Meier In the Roy
al Court Wednesday afternoon.
The warm spleiness of many
blossoms arranged in lovely color
harmonies of yellow daffodils and
pale blue Iris, Talismen roses, and
for the tea table a great bowl of
blossoms arranged in French bou
quet effect all combined to greet
the guests with a delightful wel
come as each bustled in from the
Mrs. Meier in becoming black
laee received her guests as they
were presented by Mrs. Sheldon
Sackett who wore soft blue vel
vet. Mrs. Fritz Slade, Mrs. William
Einzlg and Mrs. Jerry Owens as
sisted about the rooms.
In the tea room Mrs. John Mc
Nary and Mrs. Henry Hanzen pre
sided at the beautifully appoint
ed tea table, the loveliness of
which was accentuated with
glowing candles and a spreading
bouquet of blossoms. Miss Caro
line Corbett, Miss Aprfl Keisey,
Miss Eleanor Lewis and Mrs. Con
rad Paulus assisted in serving.
Guests of Mrs. Meier Included
wives of legislators and women
members of the legislature.
Complimenting members of the
Adolynk club for the regular
meeting of the group Mrs. E. H.
Kennedy. entertained at her home
on Falrmonnt hill Wednesday af
ternoon. Mrs. E. B. Gabriel assist
ed Mrs. Kennedy. Special guests
for the afternoon Included Mrs.
A. L. Adolphaoa, Mrs. Gene Gra
benhorst, Mrs. Verdon Hocfcett,
Mrs. L. B. Endicott, Mrs. E.B.
Gabriel and Mrs. John Beakey.
Mrs. T. A. Windishar
Bridge Tea Hostess
A pretty event of Wednesday
afternoon was the bridge tea for
which Mrs. T. A. Windishar was
hostess at her home compliment
ing a group of matrons. 8t.-Valentine
set the decorative motif and
added a note of bright gaiety. At
the tea hour Mrs. John Dalk as
sisted Mrs. Windishar in serving.
Guests included Mrs. F. J.
Gentskow, Mrs. Adam En gel, Mrs.
T. M. Barr, Mrs. Napoleon Racque,
Mrs. J. J. Karat, Mrs. John Dalk.
Mrs. E. A. Lebold. Mrs. Earl An
derson. Mrs. B. F. Dlmeler, Mrs.
M. J. Petsel, Mrs. George Nabbe
feld. Mrs. Joe Lebold and Mrs. S.
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Thomas ob
served their silver wedding anni
versary at their home in West Sa
lem Monday night with a "no
host" supper followed by an in
formal evening; of conversation for
which their immediate family and
relatives were present.
Guests included Mr. and Mrs.
Lyle Thomas, Mrs. A. R. Akers,
Tommy Akers, Mrs. L. Rees, Mr.
and Mrs. A. F. Thomas. Doris
Thomas, Ruth and Bill Thomas
and Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Thomas.
Senator and Mrs. James Chon
nock. Senator Goss and Senator
Williamson were dinner guests of
Senator and Mrs. Booth Tuesday
Hamikomi Shoe Co
Stiaffttaims Tflasr Att j) a. mm.
Final clean up. Before we go east to buy shoes we mint take in every cent that
It possible to take with us to buy sprin g shoes. We are informed that there are
wonderful bargains in the eastern factories and we are going to practically
give our present stock away so we can take advantage of this situation.
Ties and Straps, Black and Brown
Kid as Well as Patent. Regular
$3.95 and $4.95 values go at
Ladies' Pumps and
Black and Brown Kid and Calf
leathers. Practically all sizes.
Many styles to select from. Regu
lar $5 values all to go at
Rubber and Leather soles, Brown
and Smoke Oxfords. Wonderful
$4 and $5 values go at
Will Close Monday
The closing concert of the Port
land Symphony orchestra for the
1932-13 season la announced for
Monday night. February IS. A
packed auditorium It anticipated
to hear Verdi's "Requiem," sung
by the 200 members of the Port
land Choral society. It la a mag
nificent, melodious, and dramatic
work, and when presented by an
excellent chorus la mass singing
is Indeed most glorioss.
Furthermore, there will be four
soloists to sins the special pas
sages. Each Is a well-known artist,
and three of the quartet were
heard when the Choral society
gave the "Requiem" two years
ago. They are Madame Leah Le
aska, soprano, Rose Friedle GUn-
elll. contralto, Arthur Johnson.
tenor, and Mark Daniels, bass.
Verdi composed this famous
work In memory of two of Italy's
best loved artists, Alleaandro Man-
zonl. the poet and novelist, and
Gioacchlno Rossini, the composer.
The frequent solo parts, quartets
and tremendous choruses make it
one of the greatest works of ita
kind. Although thla musical clas
sic Is sometimes referred to as an
oratorio, it la more correctly de
fined as an opera, but without
costumes and scenery-
"As the present music season
draws to a close," state Mrs. M.
Donald Spencer, manager of the
Portland Symphony society, "we
feel that another year of achieve
ment has been added to our rec
ord. We have given the public 15
splendid concerts and brought to
the west some of the finest musi
cians. At the same time, we have
recognised cur own local artists
and presented them in most suc
WooHburn Mr. and Mrs. Matt
Hermle were hosts to a group of
friends at their home east of town
Sunday night when "500" was
played. High score went to Mrs.
iltom Shoe Co
508 State Street
Arista Nendsl and Ray Tyson,
consolation prises to Mrs. Joseph
Aicher and George Becker.
Mrs. Grace Robertson will en
tertain at her home on Court
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The very latest thing. Both White
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street Friday for members of the
hree Links dab. A Valentine par
ty will ho enjoyed. Mrs. Robert
son will bo assisted by Louis
King. Daisy Melatyre, Avis Per
rtne and Edith McElroy.