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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1920.
Monday evening at the Pres
chur h. Miss Alma We.ler
iy4" ...,., of her pupils in
nuiu -- ,.r , t,.
with Mrs. Ethel Ray-
p a RUd assisting,
jund Boo , h the exception of
.I thirteen years of
" nlaved compositions ranging
" WlSrth and fih grade music.
lM k of these skillful little musl-
ne"ted excellent training on
. v.-j ninno' number was
rM . by tQur ,lt.
P.TS.Li Lewis, Janet Plimp-
" ... cttvlohn. Helen Roberts.
Son Played was Knight Ru
Schumann. The second nam-
Janet Trnt de Cavalerle by
ii ww rZ thines which
Helen Roberts, Clau-
""rrendmon of 'these
vers slc vuiiAni
m compositions "
STSTp- was well
Jueri and very artistically render
.k. little artists. Those wno
1 not have the good fortune to at-
U an WP KM B ivvn
.- .. i i- , I miuaorl an-
Miss Welters nuu.
olher treat in hearing
Official uniforms of the Young Wo
men's Christian association minus the
blue trangle, the association insignia,
will be worn next winter by women
students who have Deen stranded in
Switzerland during the war and who
because of lack of fiAids, inability to
enter their native countries and a de
sire to finish their university courses,
or because they have no family to
which to return are remaining there
Elisabeth M. Clark, who has been in
Switzerland for 10 years, under the
World Student Christian Federation,
has appealed to the national student
committee of the T. W. C. A. for clo
thing for the SOD foreign women stu
dents in Switzerland. The scarcity 01
clothing last year among these almost
refugee students made it necessary for
the girls to share one coat, so that only
one could go to classes or out of doors
at a time.
In addition to clothing from students
collected In colleges, a case of uni
forms which have been turned in by
Y. W. C. A. secretaries, who did war
work, and the official grey uniform ul
sters, is being sent. As uniforms are
turned in by the workers thev are h-
Ratmond Boyd, one or buiem s tor- ing claimed by the student committees
J musicians, who is visiting at the which remove the insignia and pre-
tome of her parems,
Mr. and Mrs.
pott Raymond. She appeareu twice
th e program and responded to sev
T neorfs. Her rendition of Uissi
Zte. Vlssi D'An.ore (Tosca) by
Linni showed that she has lost
1 of the sweetness and volume in
.ineinfc Those who
ted what others were
heard her real-
. . nri -hnt Salem will
vere not prfso" :
JZ again when she returns to her
tome to Balboa. Panama Canal, tha
Ant of neit month.
KnSaUCls," Heen Pettyjohn,
janet Plimpton, Helen Rerts
Story of the Mouse Tynes
Varch. Trlumphale Concone
la) Playing lag
(b) Spinning Song ....
v i ivart. vssi D'Amore (Tosca)
of the following: Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Grier, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Glover, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Myers, Mr. and Mrs.
Armin Steiner, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. George Riches,
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Page and Mr. and
The home of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Jans
at Central Howell was the scene of a
merry gathering Wednesday night,
when a large group of friends from
son. Jack Turnbul), Lester Dennison,
and Master Wllmer Fuller.
A program was given last Frirl.iv.
January 16, by the seventh grade girls evening of complete merriment
of (..rant Junior high school. 1 he pro- joyed by the students. Refres
""lira. Ethel Raymond Boyd
(a) Robin Redbreast Concone
(b) Arbutus BUss
A U Fontaine Van Gael
Lulia La Rue
(a) Happy Farmer Schumann
(b) Consolation Mendelssohn
c) Butterfly LS
Bliowera of Stars Wachs
the Flatterer Charminade
Irot de Cavalerle Rubenstein
Janet - Plimpton, Helen Roberts,
Eltebeth Falrchild, Claudia Lewis
(a) Valse Chopin
(b) Curious Story Heller
(a) Spring In the Heart Fink
(b) Etude Burgmueller
(c) L'Orage Burgmueller
(a) The Star James II. Rogers
(b) The Secret Oley Sp-jaka
. Mrs. Ethel Raymond Boyr
Pupils of the advanced class of Mrs.
Walter Denton's music classes were
prwwited In a private recital Wednes
day night at the Denton residence on
Horth 12th street. Every number on
tlie program was excellently rendered,
anJ proved a delight to the listners.
Araonj the very enjoyable numbers
were those by Frances Hodge, Flor
ence Hlglo, Mildred Brunk and Eu
jenia Savage. Donald Allison and El
bert Lachele are always favorites, their
ork being clean, artistic and inter
esting. They are developing into splen
Oid musicians. Maxlne Glover is not a
nembor of ihis class but played her
timbers by request. She is very telent
'"tie musician and interpreted her
umbers wonderfully well. Florence
. wllh ladings and was
WhusiMtically received by the large
M'enee. The program follows:
... . Grace Gesler.
Sa'nbow dance Engelmann
hK1m .... ti ii
r,k4 Caprice Z Bohm
ra f" Carmen Lange
. mia uritiith,
WWMuela ... ,
Briftln, KuKenla aBe.
"ffllo... Frances Hase.
Kaarir. 'Bln. .
. "" "i'r"';'.' Huerter
pare the uniforms so that they may be
worn by these women who have been I
forced by world events tp remain in
Switzerland for several years.
The students of R. Harr's music class
met at the home of Mrs. Mary Stod
dard, 1480 North Broadway, Thursday
evening, for an informal recital, and a
gathering. At the close of the musicale,
a delicious luncheon was served hv
Mrs. Stoddard, assisted by Mrs. Harr.
The program of the evening follows:
Cadences and scales by the clas.
Comery Overture, Keler Bela op. 73.
Lutsplel; Gladys Anderson and Hazel
Exercise, wait!!; Irene Haven.
Merry Christmas March, Jay Wat
son; Kobert Renner.
Jesus, Lover of My Soul, brilliant
variations, Butler; Florence McDonald.
Poet and Peasant overture. F. V.
Suppe; Donald Schupp. ,
l'reyschlltz, fantasle brlllante. Lev-
bnck; Hazel Pierce.
William Tell, D. Krug on. 170. Ros
sini; Martha Stelnbock.
Come Back to Erin, transcription,
Clalrbel; Margarette Hogg.
Battle of Gettysburg, descriptive,
Paull; Zeda Rhotem.
Orvette waltz, Spencer; Marie Haven.
Vocal solos, "Hawaiian Breezes,"
and "Tell Me," Irene Pierce.
Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin, R.
Wagner; Mattie Antrlcan.
Wearing of the Green, Vivian Jack
son. Starlight waltz, Bralnard; Delphlne
Mocking Bird march, E. Mack; Jen
Lucia dl Lammermoor, fantasle bril
liant, Leyback; Gladys Anderson.
Concluded with singing by class.
Mr. ana Mrs. LeKoy Hewlett, were
host and hostess at a well appointed
dinner party Thursday evening honor
ing Representative Stewart and Repre
sentative Wright of Gilliam, Sherman
and Wheeler counties. An art basket
of fern centered the table at which
covers wer laid for Representatives
Wright and Stewart, Mrs. O. W. Moon,
Mrs. A. L. Johnson, Miss Emma Hew-
bett and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hewlett,
One of the most brilliant affairs of
the past week was the masquerade
dance of the Tililcum club, at the
Moose hall Tuesday evening. Elegant
costumes added a gay touch of color to
the scene, and a four-piece orchestra
furnished the music. Nearly the en
tire personnel of the club was in at
The home of Mr. and Mrs. L. C
Dennison on Court street, was the
scene of a merry surprise party Tues-
f.vom ivas as follows:
"7h? Star Spangled Banner' '
Instrumental Solo 'Burning of Rome'
De Lolse Hice.
Vocal Solo "Blue Bird" Four Girls
Unite Kirk, Mary Bielser.
Echo DeSart, Helen Trawick
, Elsie Dewitt
Instrumental Solo "Morning Prayer'
Vocal Solo "Bells of St. Ma-y". .....
&i solo 'Alabama iVi'jnby"... . .
Lucille Brown, accompanist.
day evening. The evening was passed Silverton and Salem enjoyed an Infor
with music and game. Those present mal party in honor of Barney Leiehtv
were Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Dennison, Mr. who has recently returned from service
and Mrs. Lockwlth, Mr. and Mrs. Moe. in France. The hovise was beautifully
Mr. and Mrs. David Reece, Mr. and decorated with potted plants and mid
Mrs. Purvine, Mr. and Mrs. Muller. Mr wintpr flnwpra. And t h o m-an! . . .......
and Mrs. Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Gatcn. Pleasantly sDent with tramp an
Mrs. Caldwell, Miss Cuba St John, sic Toward the close of the evening
Miss Lydia Baldwin, Miss Christie light refreshments were served, the
Brown; Miss Edna Dennison Miss, hostess being assisted by her daughter
Flora Turnbull, Miss Pearl Spinner. Miss Laurel Janz. of Salem. About 65
Mr. Winterstein, W. Schried, Mr. guests were in attendance.
Stewart, Mr. Clark, Mr. Henshaw, Er- i
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auditorium Wednesday night, marked
the annual Junior-Senior festivities of
the school. All sorts of pretty and uni
que costumes were in evidence and an
were served and the fololwing short :
program rendered: Speech by Ralph I
Bailey; speech by Earl Shafer: vocal '
solo by Mabel Marcus; Impersonations
by John Traglio and Rodney Martin
and a vocal duet by Archis Holt and
Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Pomeroy were
guests of honor at a beautifully ap
pointed dinner party for which Mrs.
Harry Wenderotlr was charming hos
tess, following the dance of the Mon
day Night dancing club. Pink carna
tions formed a pretty centerpiece, and
the dainty color scheme was further
carried out in the lovely place cards
and tiny favors fnat marked the places
j or me following: Dr. and Mrs. R. E.
Pomeroy, Dr. and Mrs. Garnjobst
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robertson, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Weidmer, and Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Wenderoth.
On Tuesday at 6:40 the members of
the Jason Lee Memorial church met
in the church parlors, for a supper
and social hour, after which the reg
ular business of the official board was
taken up. Plans were made and or
ganization effected by which the sup
per and social will become a monthly
occurrance to be followed by busi
ness meetings of the various church
The P. E. O. Sisterhood was pleas
antly entertained at the home of Mrs.
Gerald Volk, 1110 Nbrth Capital street
Thursday afternoon. Mrs William
Hughes was received into the organ
ization, and the regular business meet
ing was held. Mrs. Volk served a
dainty luncheon at the close of the
The Women's Home Missionary so
ciety of the Jason Lee church met at
the home of Mrs. L. H. Roberts, 1337
North Winter street, Wednesday for
their quarterly. The rooms were artis
tically decorated with ferns and hot
House plants, and an enjoyable lnfor
mal evening was spent Twenty women
Mrs. E. L. Kapphahn, 1408 Court
street, has as her guest Mrs. L. N.
Moody of Taconia, who is in Salem be
cause of the illness of her son, John
Moody, a student of Willamette uni
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