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I3 AGE TWO.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1919.
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fKathwCaroori.) fto,wlth her huaband, Is a gueot at the home of her mo
,tr, Mre, John Cftrwjn 828 South High street. - V
UNDOUBTEDLY the principal o
clal, event of the past week waa
the formal dancing party lven
't ww aim mra. jttaipn white in hon
family". Mrs. Q, P. Durdall opened a
Hhort program .with "Holy Night. V
Mrs. A. J. Rahn doliffhted the children
witn several characteristic readings
or. of their daughter.
t;ifh;latnas,N,iht at Cotillion; Grace Sherwood and Miss Gertrude
..V a ,?t'orfttlon were magnlfl- Aldrioh. accompanied at the piano by
i C,'rlst",a8 tre. Ka"y decorated Miss Ruth Bedford, rendered a vocal
ri ",;"f'"ni8t,-u"K w"h. tiny color- duet. The program was closed by a
r ih. hn Z ,7 " wmwiuw biinnmM reading Dy - Miss
u Taer,n ,h walls iBernlce Mulvay. Genevieve Logan act.
d Ih bUf t Uo1 wUh wHed nvy of Santa Cleaus! and
U o? n8'flVled. WU.h Wt Wa' a ehort taIk on tha beauty ot the
ui.nHn?f?h P? ,"hLJi the oplrlt of giving. The children present
bd"6T T,Uth and o'Hu.ton, Dor?,
of silver JTi v, ,ttdf' and flngs Hicks. Rollin and Delbert Graber, Bl
hun.n ""1 wires, 'eanor Schmidt. Bdlth May Jenks and
CSi 2imohM .eWTheorebMl brther' M!'n Beyers, Dorothy Fen
Whs T ni " b0h'n a l,ower ot,G,as'- Larmap and brother, Lorraine
covered Uh'irL0,' r00m .f1"" Helen tck
candles bora 'tht m-W .WUh ,fr8en "'l"9 John8on' Mary and Billle CuP:
M w WhUe 21"? k" h .b.Wl' ' Eer' . rp"9 Anderson, Lois and Leona
of pafe blue X? beaut,1 a own Ruth' Pag, Lo,-etta Varlov, Lerta
wltrKo,rrose. TrZ:i "b"l a,'"?r Meddler Margaret'
In the iron? Ai,"ine, of -eorgette, "nberg, Hobart and Clifford Wilson
"f go!d -Uoe wSli?. band 5W Gladys BucknerTS
roached i , h IT "I11 '-amers 'Rayniond, Bert Hoffhine. Cod Dei-
rU eon roumnd,rfrm bW P-"0,n,e"e(,,,a bmart- CaVrl Mevers,
She wo". W-SL., ' . S'"Aa": Qe"eva Sundln and sister!
ouut nf . , "mage dou- """' aiipb, tinrnlce and Catherlnn
The piano Dunlin nf iw,.. t.,u
IVa.u;d;;fromVantJ,lWe,, a -cUal'at her home
W WUh- huge red H 5Tkwm f,ou,U "'-h street Tuesday aff!
KKftt preside ut lh; uneh fc. ?l P'nB decorations and
Mr. and Mrs, F. a. Delano 2 ' r,,,re"hmeh's ere served, afte. ,0
ixmt and h0stoi), ww,0B!2"le- the , Program which was as follows: ;
anisic was n. l .? "Mi Amerlcn tn..
Nancv Tiiinio....' tL' .. 1 '
gay ribbon streamers, reached to the
i.ui.wu . tn cvnHt hAnrlno. rialntv
streamers prettily wrapped gifts served
as lactors. uuescs -at tne aengntiui
affair were Mr. ana Mnu f. m. r ui
lerton, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Canfield, Mr
and Mrs. Linn Glcason. Mr. and Mr
Elmer Daue, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Know
land, Lester Davis, Mrs. Ada. Pet rum
ftnri Tlr: nnfl Mm A. OlHnnl The
dinner was a surprise in honor of the
anniversary or. tne doctor s birtnday
A few friends gathered at the home
of Miss Opal Lucas, 145 Miller street,
Saturday December 20; to celebrate
Vio 9ftrh annivitraapv nf TlAP hirtrlrtnv
xne afternoon was enjoyamy spent in
playing various games. Christmas de
corations were used. The table was
centered with a tiny Christmas, tree
rlhhnn HtrMmnM ntj thA ATirl fit Mh
was a. place oard bearing the name of
eacn guest, a aengntiui luncn was
served, the birthday cake being beau
tifully adt-oned with twelve lighted
candles. T.has guests were Myrtelle
Shipp, Mildred Ackerman, Roberta
Hanson. Alberta Bohrnstedt. Rnnnla
Lee Davenport, Mary Allen, Mary Kit
linger, Winnifred Lucas and Opal Lu
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MlBS Pauline Knnwlanri wan p-nopt At
honor at a prettily arranged oartv last
Saturday afternoon, celebrating the
13th annlversarv of her nirtVwiav
Christmas decorations were arinronria.
tely UBed, a miniature Christmas tree
being the principal feature of them.
Games were plaved durinz the nttar.
noon, pleasantly interrupted by a visit
from Santa Claus. A birthday cake
with thirteen lighted candles centered
tne pretty table at which a dainty re
past was served. The enieat ilat inning
ed Ariel Gilbert. Ira. Pn
ara, Mary McKinnon, Virginia Dorcas
OenAvtAVA Tin rm . r1 ..t r-,
. - ! ..v , , uciiuvjeve tamp.
hell, Doris Nye, Madeline Brown, Mary
urnnor, raunne Knowland.'
-nriEtmas cheer nmvnliAri ot v,
prettily appointed lucheon given bythe
memoers or tne Sweet Brian club over
which Miss Nellie
- f wasucu O.V
her home on Wallace Road Tuesday
uoiimuii. iviisiieioe was used in ar
schem and a Christmas tree, well laden
with gifts, was the principal attrao-
uojiu. ine enure afternoon program
was carried out with fins v, v'
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spok the conscientious and able wiork'
umuero oi tne club, Mrs, qin
iooubiii, ana Mrs. A. I,, Rtvt
ner, secretary. y,-;
Among the numnrnim
in honor of Chrlstmna Tint.
, vv.. . Vm loveiv ADnnlntmuSU
than that over which n.. ..iuJl?
B. Lee Steiner presided at their beau
tiful home on nnri
basket of variegated fuletlde flidiSai
emblems centered the tahl at KJfch
covers were laid fnr im j
L. Meyers, Mrs.. Earl Flegel, Mr. s4
Mrs. Dan J. Prv. .Ti- nr
C. Kerron, of Portland or, i . .
ous host and hostess.. Tt "
. , ouraiaiiien witni
w. dinner at her home "
Hansen "enue, Thursday. Decorations
appropriate to the occasion wre
to advantage . In the appointments of
wore H P X , bf le the fan"y
Phm.n' . ?dy0f Portla"d, Miss
la,Lem' ,A"er dlhner Presents wore dls-
r" lo lne Kuests y B'len June
j ..rT..7, V. -vv-" " nostess
Mr. and Mrs. Fred lttn m
are spending th ,w.i . ,.. .
u , "hubjtb witn Mrs.
'tj i .vl11" 8 5arenta- Mr- and rMa William
-.........,.. aUutn High 8treet. Mr.
Marian Is field nmr.nn ,
r.... . n " " rruit
'""" association at Eugene.
'rtC i4U ut attend-
Mm Houtrica si,!." U,,e for which
". in the form l d'Unty lnv,t
to th'n' sold
rngHters. M,l2 "rtunte
If.. . : " "' ivirRvmn.l ki..
s-j uiiereti the una i.
fr the ur.,"L 7 " "I uto'"llle
Maxine Donaldson and Mrs." Welgel.
, To any person who may liiterw.
I I wtl! state that I was afflloie.1 with
CANCER Involving mwn the entlr
lawer Up for two year o:- n or. I
consulted with Dr. a f. Burnt, BaJoin,
who applied a medicine for
five day and the CANCER came out
entire to my great satisfaction The
P?aee healed up nicely ana I can truly
f-eeummend Dr. Stone and his treat
ment A. J. HUTCHf;.
Banks, Oregon, Route J, Box. HI.
Winter's Tnle ... .:
Gleaming Stars ... MftrtIn
Iu..t, The Slolgh Ride (with bells)
LolH I'rilitr nr. T
Convent B,-lls T ,,,1ai
Chapel In the Woods , LaUtfe
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Under the Mistletoe Rngleman
uet, The Dance of the Kewpies ...
Anna MoinVvT r ":. Aah.forci
The Vlr Tre " !'Kel-
The Spinning miZZlIX
Sparkling Eve. oinnununun
fI "'.' Anthony
v . Dorl" Ironsley.
" . v.. Honor Zoll.
Iuet. Plnylnsr Taff
orla Henslev and n..,u w "
Coquetuela "... V..
Jouy Hlnrksmlth Harris
,Th. Soldier's Song Btrtnhelnwl
J"F,t!r ;. Pendleton
v.uvneiie ione Beckett
Duet, The Dance of the Winds.......
Alice Roock and and Mre. Welgel
Preceding the ianr . u. mini
cum club Tuesday evening. Mr O. A
wim.n entertained a group oft . club
tore lhrlstn ns tree ctntrii th i,..
tifully appointed tahle. from which
' Mre. Geer-J. Pwm mm !)! 5urtK5 the' tiz"iz.ya ,Is eiijoying a fcust
for a handsomely appointed dinner ness visit in Portland. He is expected to
rnuraoay. at her- beautiful home on
North Winter street. An appropriate
color schema of red was carried out in
return this evening.
J k ov.noitia 1CU WttB ytl-l I IL'U UUl 111. Alia lUCLUJ U1CI1U9 VJ . -.
the table and room decorations, holly Davis will be grieved to hear that she
being used In artistic abundance. Circ
ling tne table, were Charles Riely of
Portland: Mrs. AJice H. Dodd. Mrs.
Thomas Honkins of Albanv. Mr Tfr. r.
Small ot Albany, Misa Helen Pearce,
miss juorothy Fearce and Mrs. George
Bells and Mistletoe were used about
the rooms Of the P. E. Fllllertnn peal.
dence on State street Ch
Where Mr. arid Mi-a. Fullrtnn,
tainea with a delightful ilinnr M,iv
A graceful ferit centered thA tnhio
which covers were laid for Mrs. Char
les iJurtnett, Mrs. Ada Petrum, Donald
Petrum, Merle Petrum and' M an A
Mrs. P. B. Fuller-ton. -
MISS Juanit A OhtfanaVA XI .
w-.. ...eA. miu nai l J
Savage were quietly married Christ
mas Day at the First Christian church
Reverend Leland "w
ing. The bride wa irnwnori i o
white creor&rettA rirpu Dn .
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Douquet of white carnations and maid
enhair fern. She was unattended. Im
mediately following the ceremony the
younfr couple left for Portland on a
short honeymoon. They will make their
heme with . Mi- ....
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Members of tho Tinin ,..i : ."
. . M ....m,ii uuu enjoys
tlun, inf0,a! dance at the Masonic
hal last Tuesday evening. Nearly the
w n or tne club number
ing 40 PeODld. "WAra In olonl r-
next dance, on January 13, will be a
"--Muoraae, and extensive .lans are
being made to make it one of the
biggest affairs of the sdason.
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Flaming poihsettas. WAfA litaA
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lively as a centftrniAPA
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somely appointed dinner for which Mrs
jr. cisnop was gracious hostess,
Christmas Bay. Thn hriiiior,t
scheme of red was enhanced by scar-
"UI ana shades and covers were
told for Clarence Rlshop, of Pendleton,
Chauncey Blahov anri hi
Robert and Charles Kay Mrs. I W.
Starr of Brownsville and Mr. and rMs
(i.P. Blshon. . .
Cards and flowers
way to the hnm- Ttc. .
, . " " w " emu iurs. i. a.
Wroten, 905 North 99m .fMAA4.
5' son' born Christmas Day. The
mu nas .Deen named Darrel Al
vin. Mrs. Wwita. , .r
Flossie Day: Mr. Wroten is one of the
leading violinists of; the city.
.Chauncey Blshov of'Pfindletnn ...
Is, a guest at tJie,.C. P. B.ishop;hotak).
has hAAn nArlmialv fit. Rhe is imnroviner
slowly under the care of a physician.
W. C. T. V. HEAD OFF TO Cl'BA
Chicago, Deo. 27 Miss Anna Adamb
'Gordon, head of the AV. C. T. U., to
day possessed a passport irjr Cuba and
Europe. Forty others applied for
passports to Cuba? but with; evidence
of a different purpose m mind. . Miss
Gordon had no comment on , whether
the Cuban- trip is to plan a. temper
ance campaign in that oasis.. ,
Big Sugar Receipts Faii
a hh . n . .1 li
lo 1ent Ketaii
New York, Dec. 27. Although eight
uallloa pounds of sugar were receive.
hi eastern refineries last week from
Cuba, there seems to be no relief In tli-
shortage on tne retail mantei. jubi.
v,ee's shipments are four times great
er than the preceding week ana mri
Lii.-.eb greater than, a year ago; it takes
,11 a ioyv days to put ,ine renneq aru
on the 'market.- but erOLtrs say they
:e slill'uuable to buy ' i
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY "
Crew cf JIO Men Sa?ci
San FntnciscOi Dec. 27 Tflfl
schooner Okanogan, owned by the
Balfour-Guthrie compapny, has beta
wrecked on a reef at Ahukani, Hawaii,
aaoordingi io woi-t received bv n,.
marine department of the local chm.
The crew,' consisting of ten tnt
was saved, the, report said. The vegw i
with a cargo ot nitre from Chile 'tea
total, loss. The, Okaikn i .
masted, schooner of 608 tons uniW
command o? Captain Sexton..- T
Now that the gifts for others are all purchased and given, would it not be well x d
to look to one's own wardrobe and replenish it with any needed garments? f
Everything points' to higher prices for spring apparel and many articles now u
being, shown in our ready-to-wear" department could not be bought in the open .
market for theselling: price now marked. This is the time to look tb one's needs
in ,' .
Inner and Outer Garments
FOR. WOMEN, MISSES AND CHILDREN
SUITS . DRESSES PJiOTTSES
UNDERWEAR HOSIERY , GLOVES
STORE OPEN 9 A. M. TO 5:45 P. M.
U Zuk Safe
n few J Milk
I J & Invalid
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A Nutritious Diet for All Agea
Quick Lunch at Home or Office
Avoid Imitations and Substitute
STATE ft SOT
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with a real sarisfvinr?.
sustaining totxx value.
. V enannese in mwim J
beta matins chocolate and
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