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cial evening Monday at the Odd
" Fellow rooms with about forty
nresent Mrs. Thomas CalKKett. Mrs.
O I Noyse and Mrs. Clara Steigor
were on the committee in charge o
the evening. After an evening ot
mes and music refreshments
The Salem O. A. C. club met for
the regular November meeting on
Thursday night at the home of
. Mrs A. N. Hansen on Mill street
when Mrs. Hansen, Mrs. Mam Mc
Calltotcr and Mrs. David Wright
were Joint hostesses to the club
members. Korty members attended
and after tne Dusirieso - ,
songs and games were the enter-1
tainment. The nouse
done In orange a.id black, the col
lege colors for the evening. Re
freshments were served.
The piano pupils of Mrs. Clara
Hendrv "ill give a series of pinno
recitals during the winter, the first
one to be held Wednesday night
at the home of Mrs. In S. Lambkin
at Fifth and Jefferson streets and
the second one to be held at the
home of Rev. and Mrs. George
Koehler on State street. A musical
program and a study of the mas
ters will be given at these times.
Mrs. Lee Canfield entertained the
members of the Amicus club at her
home Thursday afternoon for the
regular meeting of the club. Mrs.
Lester D'tvis was a guest ot the
club for the afternoon and the re
freshment hour the hostess was as
sisted by Mrs. Lawrence Simon.
' , Mrs. William Drysinger of Rose
burg has been a house guest of
Mrs. K. P. Smith during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Cart Webb motored
down to Portland to attend the big
horse show Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. IT. V. compion nave
as their house guest Wilbur Mor
ris of Portland. In his honor Mr.
and Mrs. Compton were host and
hostess for a small dinner Wednes
. Mrs. .1. Ray pemberton was hot-,
toss for the Oolden Hour club at
her home Thursday afternoon foi
the regular meeting of the club.
Chrysanthf mums were used about
the house in decorations and an
informal afternoon of social con
verse and sewing was passed by
the eleven members present. Mrs.
Earl Baker of Kl.vne Mich., was an
additional guest for the afternoon.
Refreshments were served at the
C. B. Clancey passed Friday vis
iting friends In Portland,
Miss Paloma Patricia Prouty has
Veen confined to her home for the
week with an attack of pneumonia.
On Wednesday afternoon the Hi
club met at the residence of Mrs.
Fred Bernardi on Portland Road.
Tho afternoon was spent in cards;
the highest score being made by
Mrs. J. W. Keurth. The house was
"aecorated and at the conclusion ot
cards the hostess served a lunch
eon. Mrs. Ralph Hensley and Mrs.
Kii IGvens were special guests of
thevhostess. The next meeting will
be hold at the residence of Mrs.
Thelma Andresen on Wednesday.
Honoring Mis. Karl Baker (Ber
tha Duncan) of Klyne. Mich, who
has arrived in Salom for a visit
With her parents Mr. and .Mrs. R.
B, Duncan, Dr. and Mrs. W. C.
KanUif-r were host and hostess at
their home Wednesday. An Infor
mal afternoon with a luncheon
erved nt the close was enjoyed by
Mrs. Baker and her two children,
Mr, and Mrs. Carle Alliums, her
two children, Mr. and Mrs, R. B.
Duncan Roy Duncan, Miss La Verne
Kantner. Miss Constance ICantner
lind Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Kantner.
Miss Mella C. White of Portland
has been a house guest of Dr. and
Mrs. W. C. Kantner during the
week. MIsh White is n neice of
Mrs. Kantner and she is weyy
known among the Sunday school
teaohers In 1'ortland.
Mr. and Mrs. William Richmond
were host and hosiess Tuesday
night at their home 111:5 South
High street. Inviting Rev. and Mrs
W. C. Kanliier. .Mini the elders ,f
the First Congregational church
und their wives, Mr. and Mis, R. R.
Duncan. Mr. and Mis R. n. Hoo
verm, Dr. ami Mis. II. K. Chase
nnd Mr. and .Mrs. H. r,. Clark to
have dinner with them. A basket
filled with autumn fruit formed th,
centerpiece for the table, and fol
lowing the dinner .1 social evening
Mrs Frederick Stewart is snend-
Ing the weekend in Corvallls with
her son. Richard Slater.
Judge and Mrs. Lawrence T.
SHnrrls are in Corvallls today to wh
ite! (he lemon yc'low nr. dim- mil
bl.tck football battle.
Mr. nnd Mrs w c. Winslow are
Spending today in Ooi-.allis going
.over lo attend the foot !
'Mrs'R- W. 11 art man l-t't this
nnrnlnir for Portland ! visit Willi
friends until after Thanksgiving.
Jf JUis will be Joined next Wednesday
Sky Mr. llactiiian and Iter sons ami
Mr, a S. K-tst Mrs Has K--and
niall da tight er Jar,'
lft yesterday for StanH.-M eastern
Oregon. Mrs Fast will remain with
her en I-hw for a f.-w week.
... ... o.,,ith nnd Mrs.
anra. nv"" -
Margaret l.ovehux were hostesses
ti ihe Smith home Tuesday night
for one of the large dinners of the
. . .- . A a fn- slvl.vn
ween, uvim .
Hhaggv yellow chrysanthemums
VTSre used to make up th. , . nter
piece for the table.
The Monday Night Dancing club
gave Ihe second of he winter
danc to be id wen hf that club
Thanksgiving ostkP were
employed in decorating the Moose
halt Turkey nnd other easor..i'
motifs were need Th the' renter of
jhc room oitM-srical fourth
itirituitU the fvenln-. Swaru
ra. th dancer
Closing laal week'a festivities
was the Rotary club dinner aance
at the Hotel Marlon, blue find
gold, the Rotary colors, were used
in decorating and on each table
small bowls of pon pon chrysan
themums were the centerpiece. At
the plate of each feminine guest a
Ifinir stemmed rose was placed.
The regular RoViry program was
used, and in addition several clev
er features were given.
Thursday a cafeteria luncheon
was given at the Washington Junior
high school with a number of Sa
lem folk interested in the school
work present. The luncheon was
served by the cifeteria class and
the Instructor, Mrs. Kula Creech,
and was served in true cafeteria
style. The guests were Superintend
ent and Mrs. George Hug, Mr. and
Mr. G. K. Halvorsen, Mr. and
Mrs., H. F. Durham. Mr. and Mrs.
H. O. White, Paul Wallace and I.
Buoinnon of McMinnville.
Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Evans, the
former the new pastor of the First
Christian church of this city, took
place Monday and was largely at
tended by the congregation and
their friends. Chrysanthemums,
ferns and potted plants were used
in the .tuditorium of the church
where the program was held and
in the church dining room yellow
chrysanthemums were use in dec-
The program Included short
talks by James Elvln, Mrs. W. C.
Kantner and Rev. R. L. Putnam
of the Court street Christian
church. Miss Lena Belle Tartar
mve several vocal selections and
a string quartet composed of Mrs.
Alice Wenger, Miss Trista Weng
er, Carl Wenger and Ira Cave.
Merriment and good will pre
vailed at the regular meeting of
the Salem O. A. C. club, held
Thursday evening at the home o
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. H,ansen, 562
Mill street. The particular purpose
of the gathering was to promote
feeling "ward the football clas-
which takes, Place at Corval-
" today' . .mu in
The CUeSIS wrir
th(.ir opinion thnt the decorations
were the most beautiful in the hta
tCy of their club meetings Ch
ange crepe paper set off artto
tlcalty with touches of black
huge vases of feathery yellow
chrysanthemums added a last fin
ishing touch to the scheme
Mrs. David Wright and Mrs.
kVrk McAllister were assistant
hostesses at the meeting. The eve
n ng was spent with college games
ed. About 4& guests attended.
. , 1 Ttiislness
1,1 ..... ...in n,..i Tuesday
Woman's emu "... --
evening nt the residence of Di.
MlH'V KOWiaim. a.
wlllWd paper on -The proper
w ,'T... ,n,.n Kach mem-
ber i invited to bring one eligi
m. .,., fr- the Junior guild ba-
.....,-. i i, lie erven Decem-
.aar wnun - . Mrs
l,er 9 Mrs. Armm
Homer Smith enteria.neu v....
panv of the members at theli
homes for luncheon, followed by
This week, Mrs. Joseph Haumgart-
ner and Mrs. Clitrora .m" -.entertain
membere of the guild for
the same purpose.
.... .i m,u .1 B". Hughes en-
lur. nn -
tertained Mr. and Mrs. W A. Car-
ii.iiin,i .as their noose
guests over last week-end, the Car
ters motoring back Monoay.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Monroe Gilbert
opened their studio Monday with a
tea, lo which over n hundred
friends and lovers of art had been
bidden. The studio has Just re
cently been re-furnished and for
the afternoon, masses of yellow
and white chrysanthemums were
used in harmony about tho rooms.
A special guest or the day was
Frederick Webster of Chicago who
received with Mr. and Mrs. Gil
bert. . ,
Assisting about the rooms in the
afternoon were Miss Vivien Har
Krove. Miss Fthel Frazler, and
Miss Audrey Bunch. In the eve
ning. Miss Hargrove, Miss Olgo
Cray. Miss Kraneyl Hawley. and
Miss Kathleen Walsh assisted.
Mrs. V. G. Shipley was hostess
yeaterdaj afternoon to the mem
bers of St. Paul's auxiliary for the
I alar business meeting and for
social tlnie following. At mi
tea hour Mrs. Shipley, assisted by
l.er niece, Mrs. J. B- Law, serven
1 , 1 ti oshmcnts.
Miss Marie Churchill was. In Eu
gene Friday lo piss the day with
Mra. J. K Locke and NRss Bea
'trlce Locke were down from Port
land the first of the week, and
....... it,- house guests of Mrs.
fenrv L. Bean and Miss I, race
1 m churles Whltmore enter-
itained a company of matrons Wed
nesday afternoon to organne w mm
...1.1 k l ,, .1, is the Wednesday
in " " -
Afternoon Bridge ctub, and will
meet Informally. link roeebuds
m-ere placed about the rcoms. Mrs
L. S. Sheldon received the prlr.e
for highest scoring.
Those who re member of the
club are Meedames U S. Sheldon,
c v -ir-f,,rri Pharlee Stricken,
Paul Hauser, M. Drew. D. C. Kelly.
V. A Franklin, Kenneth Lowe. J.
C. McLead. Frederick Klein. W. D.
Clarke. C. B. McCullough. F. O.
Mas-.n. James Nicholson. Charlee
Whltmore and Lee filbert. .
Mra. Hugh MeOamnton Uft Tuee
day night for Sacramento. Cel..
where she wHl Meet Mr. MrJCam
moti to spend several weeks-
Miss Bernice Craig and Miss
Helen Houghton of Portland left
last night for Corvallls to pass the
Calling together a company of
.friends for dinner, and later to go
to the Monday Night Dancing clul
party, Mr. and Mrs. Roy H. Mills
and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Spauldlnt
entertained at the Spaulding home
Yellow chrysanthemums and
French marigolds were placed
about the rooms to carry out the
lellow color scheme used.
A large silver candleabra burn
ing yellow candles centered the ta
ble, around which plates were set
for Mr. and Mrs. William Hamil
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Webb, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Myers, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Kirk, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Compton, Mr. and Mrs. Mills
and Mr. and Mrs. Spaulding.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Walsh,
and Miss Hazel Downing motored
down to Portland Friday to attend
the wedding of Miss Olive Risley
and De Wltte Gilbert, which took
place last night at the home of the
bride's- mother, Mrs. J. K. Risely,
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. FulleVton
were host and hostess to a com
pany of friends for a supper party
following the Tillicum dancing
party Tuesday night. Large yellow
chcrysantheuiums were held in a
crystal bowl to form the center
piece. Plates were set for Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Knowland, Mr. and
Mrs. Lester B. Davis, Mr. and Mrs.
E. A. Kurtz, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Can-;
field, Mrs. John Savage of Portland,
and Mr. and Mrs. Fullerton.
Dr. and Mrs. T. C. Smith, Jr:
motored over to Corvallis to the
football game today. They are be
ing Joined there by their son, Mal
colm, who Is attending the Uni
versity of Oregon, and who went
down from Eugene to Corvallis
Mr and Mrs. Joseph McAliSter
and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Luper mo
tored over to witness the annual
football battle between the Uni
versity of Oregon and Oregon Agri
Wiggins came down' the first of the
week and is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Albert. After a
visit of several days more they will
return to their, home in Toppenish
Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Robert-..-.n
Mr and Mrs. Thomas B. Kay
Mr. and Mrs. Ercel Kay and MIsn
Marjory Kay motored over to Cor
vallis this morning and are attend
ing the football game.
The friends of Miss Kathryn Gun
nell, will be interested to know that
she has fully recovered from her
late illness, and has returned to
active duties at her studio. j
Mrs. A. W. Regner of Portltnd
has arrived ni Salem and is visiting
hr siser, Mrs. B. Cooteke Patton
December 1, when 'she will go to
Cleveland, Ohio to spend the win
! Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Shisler of
iHarrisburg are receiving congrat
! ulations upon the arrival of a dau
Ighter at their home Thursday
I November 18. She has been named
Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Griffith ac
cmpanied by Dr. Griffith', sister.
Mrs A. J. Giesy f Prtland who is
their house guest, motorel over to
attend the football game at Coi
Carl Gabrielson was among those
Corvallls bound this morning to
attend the football game.
Roberts of Manila. Phil
ippine islands, will arrive In Salem
mmorrow to spend some time visit
...... - -
ing old ilme friends. Mr. Roberts
is a former Salem man but for
several years has made 'his homo in
the Philippine Islands:" He has been
in Oregon several weeks visiting
Dwight Flndley was among the
Salem high school students attend
ing the football game at Eugene
yesterday and Bayard Flndley left
this morning for Corvallis to at
tend the footbUll game staged in
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Edwards and
their house guest. Miss Lucy Roach
of Victoria, B. C. motored down to
Portland Thursday and passed tho
day with friends.
I (Continued from Page lour.)
I From Tiny Pain
The Salem Arabian Knights club
announces the second of the series
of formal dances which the club
will give this winter. This one will
be held Tuesday evening, Novem
ber 23, and will also be in the
Moose hall. The Swartz orchestra
will furnish the music. The com
mittee in charge of this dance
consists of Glenn C. Niles, C. Vib
bert, F. G. Brock and Lee Gilbert.
Mrs. George Mayers returned
Thursday night from Portland
where she passed a few days with
her mother, Mrs. E. M. McGulre.
Mrs. Lee Gilbert passed a few
days visiting friends In Portland.
Mrs. Ida Niles was hostess at
dinner Thursday evening at her
home having covers for six.
F. A. Wiggins is expected to ar
rive tonight from California, where
she has been on business. Mr.
The Convenient Fuel
Because you need have but one load (2 tons) delivered at
a time. It is being made every day right here in Salem, and
can be delivered any time on 3 days' notice and generally on only
1 day's notice (except when we are sold out).
It is not necessary to fill up your basement in the fall if
you burn COKE. Keep your basement for other purposes.
SAMPLE ORDERS from one Sack, up, gladly filled, and
we will send a man out to instruct you how to get the best results
from the COKE.
Portland Railway Light & Power Co.
237 N. Liberty Street, Salem, Oregon
The Story of Coke -Iast Installment)
First of all, gat it firmly fixed in
your mind that all the liniments
in the world have no effect what
ever on Rheumatism.
A very common form of Rheu
matism is caused by millions of
tiny disease jrerms which infest the
blood. The one and only sensible
treatment, therefore, is one which
cleanses the blood of these jrerms,
and routs them entirely out of the
known hlni lrr ft
tism. Tr 1. M 1
the hW ..jCZBt
u win l
case germs that en
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Free literatore and a
torv. Atl.nfa Tnl1""!
This $ho&4 was
a 19 to modi
LAST MONTH, on a bet.
WITH THE boys up home.
I SPENT a night
ALONE IN the Old.
AND WHEN X heard,
MOANS AND gTOCfifl, ?
I 8AID "The wind."
AND TRIED to sleep, ,
I HEARD rap pings.
AND SAID "Rata."
AND ROLLED over.
THEN I heard steps.
AND IN the light.
OF A dying moon.
A WHITE spook rose.
I WASNT scaredmuch,
BUT DIDN'T feel like.
BUT THEN I caught
JUST A faint whig.
OF A familiar.
AND DELICIOUS toA
WHICH TIPPED me ot
80 I gave the ghost.
THE H0R8E laugh,
AND 8AID "Ed.
YOU FAT guya.
MAKE BUM ghosts.
BUT BEFORE you fads.
LEAVE WITH me one.
OF YOUR cigarettes.
THAT spicy, dellctoMi
a fine tobaccos, both 1
Domestic, makes you alma
for the "satisfy-smoke" i
Isn't a ghoet of a chance j
find its equal anywhere-
Chesterfield blend is at t
blend. It can't be copied,
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