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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, satukuai, fims. it, iaip.
NEW MEMBER OF Tllti
Margaret Mason Writes of
Gotham Fads and Fashions
SOCIETY has been kept "v""";
with luncheons, bridges, dinners,
tens and dances the past week
Club affairs and numerous informal!
tea Dartiea. have formed a large part,
of the social gayetiesof tne I this season, making his appearance here!
The danee given Thursday bj tti;he mor0 happily anticipated, and!
Monday night club at the Moose hall . .. ,,ori,. .
was one of the notable events of the;
u-s. .lewe xmnucrs, ui . ", """i
was the house guest of Mrs. L. i. l.ril-1
lith, was tne center or attraction lues-,
day, at a charming bridge luncheon j
ior which Mrs. Griffith was hostess.
Mrs. B. B. Housto;i, who is leaving
Salem for California, has been in the
.social limelight the past two weeks
ad was the guest of honor again on
Wednesday at an attractive luncheon,
presided over by Mrs. Lawrence T.
Other delightful affairs this week
were: Mr. and Mrs. Husscll Catlin's
five hundred party Wednesday even
ing, Mrs. Charles McNary's bridge
Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. William Burg
kardt, Jr. supper following the Go
gorza concert, and Mrs. John Suther
land and Mrs. Charles K. SpaulUing's
Kensington Thursday afternoon.
The informal dance for which Ralph
Moores and Paul Wallace were hosts
Priday night, for the younger set,
rounded out a fairly gay week.
A group of eight matrons shared the
very charming hospitality of Mrs.
Lawrence T. Harris Wednesday, at an
attractive luncheon, which she planned
s a courtesy to Mrs. B. B. Houston,
-who will leave the first of the mouth
The table was prettily appointed, del
icate tinta of pink cyclamen suggestive
of the approach of spring being used
Blace cards of the same delicate
rnlor motif marked covers for Mrs.
Houston, Mrs. John Carson, Mrs.
Charles Pisher, Mrs. Douglas Minto,
Mrs, Ooorge M. Brown, Mrs. William
Calloway. Mrs. L. M. Hoggs, Mrs. Car
rie Martin and the hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. George. Gray, who are
the guests of friends mid relatives in
Portland, hflvo been tno motif of a
number of charminjr affairs.
tV-iilay afternoon Mrs. Gray's sis
ter, Mrs. Anderson Cannon, was hostess
for a delightful bridge in honor of Mrs.
Gray, and Miss Janet Gray, f Seattle,
who is also the guest of friends In 1'ort
land. In the evening Mrs. Gertrude
lionndale presided at an attractive din
ner, with M.r. and Mrs. Gray as honor
Mr. and Mrs. Asahol Bunh asked a
small group of the married folk for a
charming informal crawfish Thursday
At tbo tnblc which hud covers for
ten, a striking color combination of
red and yellow, was developed, by the
use of a lovely .irt basket of brilliant
red carnations and yelluw daffodils.
Mr. and Mrs. Hush's guests included:
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Huberts, Mr. and
Mrs. William Uurghnrdt, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. Clifford Brown and Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas C Smith, Jr.
T.very woman 'who has shapely
unblemished feet is justly proud ol
them. Those whoare less fortu
nate can invariably trace the blem
ishes to ill fitting' .'sheet' J worn
during girlhood. Jt is the duty of
rvcry mother to choose shoes for
ihe growing girl that will prevent
foot trouble in. after years?
Buster Brown Shoes
re made over" the famous"' Buster
Brown Shaping Lasts, which insure
the proper development of the foot.
Every mother should see these shoes.
Cone in Patent with Kid or Cloth
Tops, Uc or button; Kid for tightness
and Chut Mtal for service
Child's, six IAB
ChUdrta'a, tiae t 1-2 to 11 12 J2.15
Kisses', siM 12 to 2
Oirl,' siM 2 1-2 to 6
Oirl', Goodytar Welts
..-SK , . ALI.NE THOMPSON Vl
FOREMOST aiming the musical of f Children's parties have always been
fcrings of this year was the de;a delight and har.lly a week passes by,
Cnonra concert at. the firand On-! that someone is not Catherine together
era house Moiulay night, given under
the management of the .Musical Artists
course. Probibly no artist appearing
in Salem ever gave a more varied or
generally pleasing program, which al
though of the usual concert length, left
the audience with a feeling that the
never luoses its velvetv tone, even in
Vg 0ogotM acknowledged as the
worl(,.s gmitC8t baritone, is the first
. ' " . ...........i i, Mi Min-
, ... ,,... ,i, irii.i.'
au(lien,.ei whj,.i, was composed
lovers of what is really the best in
music, was completely captivated with
th(? t sU bctore he had finish-
, big firs, mIln,, an jsI1Kijsh song,
Where'er You Walk," which proved
a fitting opening for the brilliant pro
gramme which followed, including
groups of Spanish, French, Italian and
The applause was tremendous after
each number, but owiug to the selec
tion of three being arias, as regular
numbers and as the Salem concert wis
one of three consecutive ones, only two
encores could be given, much to the re
gret of the audienc. De Uogorzn mnde
the remark following the programme,
however, that he would return to Sa
lem sometime, when ho was not crowd
ed with dates, on consecutive nights,
and sing to local music patrons as much
as they wished.
He Gogorza is one of the few nrtists
who has returned to the west as often
as every two years and drawn capacity
houses. Those who heard him Del ore
feel that his voice was at present at its
iieighth. His ennunciation is fruitless,
his tones rich, flexible and melodious
in every detail. As to interpretation
he is an authority, and withal an artist,
who carried Monday night's audience
with him through every mood, whether
those who heard iiim were musically
acquainted with what lie sang or not.
Occupying a conspicuous place on
the programme was the group of Span
ish songs rendered as only the great
baritone, who is himself, of that na
tionality, could sing them. The lan
guage took on new beauties through
his subtle phrasings, and inimitable
Few artists, however great, would
undertake to present so pretentious a
programme, including, as it did the
arias from the Massenet, Berlioz and
Kossiui s operas.
Although henviy selections, these
arias .were so beautifully interpreted,
the diction so exquisite that even those
who did not understand the language,
thoroughly enjoyed them.
The happy arrangement of placing
the numerous song, the gny "Figaro,"
from the "Barber of Seville at the
conclusion of his progrumme left the
audience in a particularly joyful frame
of mind, Indeed, so much so that it wits
loathe to leave, insistently clamoring
He Gogorza possesses a powerful
voice, with remarkable range, which
never loses its velvety tone, even in
tiie most dramatic compositions. From
the ringing buoyancy of bis voice in
tho "Torieudor" song, which was giv
en as an encore in answer to mniiv re
quests, to the beautiful piuniniissiino
tones of the opening song by lluntlel,
almost every phase of the voice was in
evidence, and every tone perfect.
Ilsides his voice he is specinllv gift
ed with a dignified bearing, and a era-
Should cle Gogorzn return to Salem,
at some future date, as he hns promised
it undoubtedly would not be a question
of securing patrons sufficient in num
ber to fill the opera house, but instead,
problem of fin. I an Auditorium large
enough to scat all who wished to hear
The lurgest and one of Cie verv at
tractive affairs of the week was that
dinner partv given at the home of -Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. Mutt, Friday evening
by four matrons of the 1'riscillu club,
who were: Mrs. Mott, Mrs. Frank
Myers, Mrs. A. T. Wain and Mrs. Ma
This was a Valentino affair, all the
attractive decorations and appoint
ments suggesting the romantic saint.
A profusion of red carnations and
brilliant red hearts were used.
Tho table which was aglow with the
sniue vivid red tlowers and appoint-
incuts had covers for forty, including
the club in. I a number of nmlitiuual
After dinner the guests indulged in
an evening ot live hundred. Card
honors were awarded to Mrs. Ilartlov
and Daniel Frv.
Those invited as additional were:
Mr. and Mrs. George Blown, Mr. and
Mrs. Oliver Locke, Mr. and Mis. I.lovd
Mott, Mr. nu. I Mrs. Webb, Mr. and Mrs.
W. (. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Homer (lou
let, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown, Mr.
and Mrs. C. K. Spudding, Mr. and Mrs.
r.dgnr llurtlev, Mr. and Mrs. Kobert
Downing, Mrs. L. A. Westncott and
Dr. W. II. Byrd.
The club members and their hus
lunula included: Mr. and Mrs, W. S
Mott, Mr. tnd Mrs. Frank Mvers, Mr
and Mrs. Daniel J. Frv, Mr. and Mrs.
A. T. Wuln, Mr. mid Mrs. David Kyr,
Mr. and Mas. John Craig. Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. Brown, Dr. and Mrs. C. M,. En
ter, Mr. and Mrs. 'Fred Steusloff, Mrs.
Susie Jones and Mrs. Ida Babcock.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Pavid Eyre were hosts
for a deiigiitrul supper after the le
Gogorza concert. Monday night. Sii.ided
carnations from palest pink to the deep
rose adorned tho tuble. Mr. and Mrs.
Eyre's guests included: Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Liveslev, Mr. and Mrs. R. M
Hofer and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sargent.
wko formed box parties at the con
Mr. and Mrs. William McGilchrist,
Jr. will open the week s festivities
with two charming card parties. They
will entertain the monioers of the Oaks
Bridge club Monday night and on Wed
nesday they will bo hosts for an even
ing of five hundred.
the little tots to give them a merry
Tmlnv Mrs. Homer Ooulet made a
bevy of little kiddies happy, at a lovely
party in celebration of iier small son,
Tlnmpr Jr.. third birthdar.
They sat around a table adorned with
exnnisite red tulips and a birthday
cake irlitterinff with three large candles.
In the center, suspending from the
chandelier, a huge basket was lilieu
with beautiful valentine attached to
..Cn .ii.hr.ni which found their wav to
each tinv guest.
Adorable little cupids marked places
,r: Master Edwin Cross, Frank Cross,
William McGilchrist, Jr., Edward Til-
linghast, M mine livers, Master Jones,
Katherine Ooulet, Josephine and Wal
ter Williamson, of rortlaml, Kovena
Eyre and David Eyre, Jr.
It was sucn a gay auair, ine Biuuien
shouting with glee as their little val
entines were drawn out of the mysteri
All the mothers were there for tea
and to see the youngsters have a good
time. Mrs. David Eyre and Albert
Egan favored the mothers with several
Mrs. Goulet was assisted by Mrs.
rhilip Patterson is the week end
guest it the country home of his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Lec Patterson.
Mrs. L. F. Griffith presided over an
attractive bridgo luncheon Tuesday in
honor of her house guest and sister,
Mrs. J. Flanders, of Portland, and
Mrs. Homer Gou et
The table was artistically centered
with fragrant pink carnations and ami-
lax with covers for: Mrs. Flanders,
Mrs. Ooulet.. Mrs. William Cancy, Mrs
Milton Meyers, Mrs. George Brown and
After luncheon a broup of matrons
including Mrs. K. E. Lee Steiner, Mrs.
Harry Olinger and Mrs. Edwiu Baker
augmented the luncheon party for an
hour over the bridge taoies.
Mrs. William Dancy captured the
high score award.
One of the most delightful affairs
of the week was tho "500" party for
which Mr. and Mrs. Bussell Catlin were
hosts Tuesday evening.
The card tables were circled by the
members of the Merry-Go-Bound club,
and the high score awards fell to Mrs.
William Thielsen and Dr. J. N. Smith.
Mrs. Frank Spears and Mrs. Charles
Dick assited Mrs. Catlin.
The club members include: Mr. and
Mrs. William Brown, Mr. and. Mrs.
Ruben Boise, Mr. and Mrs. A. JN,
Moores, Mr. and Mrs. John McNary:
Mr. ami Mrs. R. B. Fleming, Mr. and
Mrs. Max O. Buren, Mr. and Mrs.
Rolling K. Page, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
H. Thielsen, Br. and Mrs. J. N. Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. William Thielsen, Mr.
and Mrs. John Sutherland, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Spencer, Br. and Mrs. T.
C; Smith, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rob
ertson .ind Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Kay. As
additional guests Mr. and Mrs. Catlin
asked Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dick and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spears.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hofer were hosts
for a small and delightful dinner Wel
nesday evening, for Mr. and Mrs. Cur
tis Cross, who are leaving Sunday for
Covers were placed for six.
A delightful luncheon and dinner
was the diversion ol anursuay anu
Friday with Mrs. F. A. Elliott as
Six matrons shared the very charm
ing hospitality of Mrs. Elliott for
luncheon Thursday. For dinner Fri-
I iv, the table which was adorned wita
an artistic array or migrant carna
tions and greenery hitd covers for: Mr.
nnd Mrs. Charles Dick, Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Meyers and Mr. and Mrs. Ll-
Informal dinners are held every day
among the smart set, t.ie invitations
which assemble hnlf a dozen or more
guests usiialiv being bv telephone. One
of these charming affairs was given
Tuesday evening by Mr. and -Mrs. Geo.
Palmer lutii.uii, whose guests niinv
Mr. and Mrs. F. 8. Gannett, went to
Portland this morning for a brief visit
In a fragrant setting of delicate pink
caruatious uud greenery a number of
matrons were entertained yesterday af
ternoon at i charming auction bridge
for which Mrs. Carl B. Webb was tne
Six tables were arranged for tho
guests and high card honors were cap
tured hv Mrs. E. O. Sit-eke and Mrs.
George Post, the consolation prize be
ing awarded to Mrs. A. L. Brown.
At the tea hour the party was ang
mentcd by ibont half s dozen more
Mrs. Webb was assisted by Mrs. L.
M. Hol'Cs nnd Miss Ruth Bnggs,
The guests included: Mrs. C K.
Spaulding, Mrs; George Wood, Mrs.
Amos Vass, Mrs. William Clements,
Mrs. H. C. Canfield, Mrs. 11. C. Mar
vin, Mrs. James Chinnock, Mrs. Merlin
Harding, Mrs. E. O. Siecke, Mrs. Paul
Johnson, Mrs. William McGilchrist, Jr.,
Mrs. I.lovd llauser, Mrs. P. M. Endi
cott,, Mrs. 'A. L. Brown, Mrs. Paul
llauser, Mrs. George Dunsford, Mrs. R.
B. Houston, Mrs. Chester Cox, Mrs. L.
M, Boggs, Mrs. George Ifost, Mrs, Paul
Sehmidi, Mrs. George Shaw, Mrs.
Douglas Minto, Mrs. Hoy Mills, Mrs.
Henry poisnl, Mrs. Walter Spaulding.
Miks Kuth Boggs.
Miss Elizabeth Lord, who has been
enjoying a rouml of gayeties ia San
Francisco this winter is expected home
the first of the week, Whilo in the
bay city Miss Lord wan the house guest
of riiarming Miss Elsa Diemet, who vis
ited here for several weeks last sum
mer. Miss Lord will arrive in IVirt
land Suturday and will visit Mrs. Wil
lis Duniway for a day or so before her
V; ' 'il
Mrs. Clifton N. MeArthur.
The congressional set of Washing
ton has a charming addition to its
ranks with the arrival of Mrs. Clif
ton N. McArthur, wife of the newly
elected congressman from Oregon.
The usual official amenities over, the
social season is settling down to its
winter stride and Mrs. McArthur is
a popular memb3r of the social col
ony of the capital.
One of the verv delight ful memories
of the week wns the charming after
noon for which Mrs. Charles K. Spaulil
iiic and Mrs. John Sutherland were
hostesses Thursday, at the home of the
former on Court street, Jheir gnests be
ing the matrons of the Thursday club.
A mass of beautiful and fragrant
flowers adorned the drawing room, red
carnations, tulips, and hearts, being ef
fectively arranged, making an attract
ive foil for the guests.
The hostesses were assisted by Mrs.
Walter Spaulding and Mrs. Roy Mills.
A group of the younger bells and
beaux indulged in a gay evening of.
dancing Friday when Paul Wallace and
Ealph Moores were hosts, entertaining
at the home of the latter.
Their guests included the members of
an informal dancing club, composed of
the following girls and men:
Miss Ellen Thielsen, Misses Esther and
Catherine Carson, Miss Ida Simmons,
Miss Rita Steiner, Miss Jennie Fry,
Miss Margery Marvin, Miss Hazel
Downing, Miss Aline Thompson, Carl
Gabrielson. Ralph Moores, Lawrence
Hofcr, Fritz Shade, Dr. Prince Byrd,
Jessuo Strang, t'aul Wallace, Albert
Egan, James Young, Charles Reynolds,
i)nniel Fry, Jr., and Erccl Kay.
The additional guests were: Mrs
Robert Kinney, of Astoria; Miss Har
riett Hargrove, Miss Hazel Erixon,
William Walton and liiilip Patterson,
A charming informal Kensington
was presided over by Mrs. Bussell Cat
lin and Mrs. Charles Dick at the home
of the former on Tuesday afternoon.
Their guests included the members of
a Kensington club and several addition
al matrons who were: Mrs, Charles K.
Spaulding, Mrs. John McNary, Mrs. B.
L, Steeves, Mrs. Robert Downing, Mrs.
B. C. Miles, Mrs. w. li. Allen, Airs, nay
Farmer, Sr., Mrs. Edgar Hartley, Mrs.
E. S. Tilhughast, Mrs, ir.ink brown.
Mrs. J. N. Smith, Mrs. I. II. Van
Winkle, Mrs. Charles Dick, Mrs. Rollin
B. Page, Mrs. B. E. Carrier, Mrs. M. V.
Finley, Mrs. P. S. Mendenhall. The
additional guests were: Mrs. Henry B.
Thielsen, Mrs. V. O. Shipley, Mrs.
Witchen, Mrs. Frank Spencer, Mrs. B.
C. Cross, Mrs. Thomas B. Kay, Mrs. A.
I. Eoff, Mrs. B. Ford, Mrs. Frank
Spears, Misses Sadie and Ivy Ford and
Miss Pauline Dick.
Mrs. Frank Spears, the Misses Sadie
and Ivy Ford and Miss Pauline Dick
assisted the hostesses in the serving.
Mrs. F. A. Elliott has as her week
end guest, Miss Alice Hill and Miss
Helen Curry, of Etigene, who came
Saturday to attend tiie Steiwer-Wills'
Opening the week 's festivities, Mr.
and Mrs. William Burghnrdt, Jr. enter
tained a group of the married contin
gent with a charming supper follow
ing tho do Gogorza concert Monday
The table was unusually artistic with
its black and white appointments, and
a center of bright yellow daffodils
with covers for twelve.
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A deigiitful informal luncheon was
presided over by Mrs. Harry Olinger
Wednesday, as a charming attention to
Mrs. J. Flanders, who was tho house
guest of Mrs. L. P. Griffith.
An artistie array of fragrant pink
carnations anil greens adorned the ta
ble, which hail covers for six.
A delightful mid-week card party
was that given by Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Downing Thursday evening, their
guests being the members of tho Cher
ry City Five Hundred club and a num
ber of additional rrieuds.
The rooms whero tho card tables
were arranged were attractive with
Valentine decorations of hearts and an
array of vivid carnations.
Guests circled five tables of the
Mrs. Downing was assisted by her
daughter. Miss Hazel Downing and
Miss Jennie Pry.
Monday afternoon Mrs. Downing
will entertain a number of matrons at
a charming bridge.
Mrs. Charles McXary asked a group
of matrons lor an informal afternoon
over the bridge tables Thursday, her
guests included the Thursday After
The attractive card favors was cap
tured by Mrs. Oliver .Locke.
Within a beautiful and fragrant set
ting of sprirtg blossoms, Miss Lyle
Steiwer. daughter of John atciwcr, ot
jeierrson, Deeame tno Driae ot Clarence
W. Walls, this afternoon at the old
Steiwer residence on Liberty street, at
4:30 o'clock. . ' I
Rev. Robert Gill, of the Episcopal
church performed tho ceremony.
The wedding was very simple with
only relatives and intimate friends
The bride is a very gifted girl; a de
votee of all out door recreations and
is accomplished in many things.
Mr. Walls, who is an engineer in the
state highway department, is a gradu
ate of the University of Oregon engin
eering school of tho class of 1912, and
is a member of the Phi Delta Thota
The decorations were all in yellow,
creating a sunshine effect that is un
usually lovely. An alter banked with
a profusion of daffodils formed an at
tractive foil for tho youthful bridal
After a short wedding trip Mr. and
Mrs. Walls will bo at homo to their
friends in the Court apratments.
Among the out of town guests at the
wedding were: Mrs. iMmer l onneti
(Helen Steiwer), of Deer Island; Mrs.
J. B. Lader, Mrs. Earl S. Cobb and
Miss Florence Kendall of Portland, and
Miss Mary Johns of Pendleton.
Mrs, Harvey Wells and Miss Ida Sim
mons are spending the week end in
Mrs. Curtiss Cross presided at a
charming and artistically appointed
At the table whereon a color scheme
of yellow was developed were seated
a group of young matrons belonging to
an informal Kensington club, who were
Mrs, Elmer Luddcn, Mrs. Frank Spears,
Mrs Clyde Graham, and Mrs. Robert
Kinney (Althea Muores( of Astoria,
who was an additiomtl guest, and the
Luncheon was followed by a sewing,
The matrons of the Kensington club
spent a delightful afternoon Friday
with Mrs. Thomas 0. Smith as hostess.
Mrs. John J. Roberts was a guest of
With Mrs. R. B. Houston as guest of
honor, Mrs. -A. I. Eoff will entertain at
a charming Kensington on Tuesday af
ternoon. The fun of leap year is expressed,
especially in its early months, by a
round of parties m which trie reguuv
tions of men and maids are turned
So leap year, having come again
tno natural order, everyone is nusy
preparing pleasurablo affairs. Tonight
MisB Lclia Johnson has bidden a num
ber of young folk for a leap ycir and
The rooms are to be aglow with soft
red lights, hearts, and all other decora
tions suggestive of Valentine's day.
Those invited are: Misses Marcella
Bynon, Helen Wood, Fern Schaup, Be i-
trice Walton; Helen Ncngebauer, Iinth
Schultz, Alice lthker, Teresa Fowlo,
Katherine Powle, Fabian Rouche, n-
zel Roberts and Ivan Schomaker, Lyle
Bartholomew, Archer Johnson, Carl
Bale, Victor Bradison, Theodore Irwin.
Andrew Castile. Prink Gurvin, Hoy
Barker and Adair I.ockwood.
The matrons of the '"Thrco Link
Needle club were charmingly entertain
ed Friday Afternoon at the lioine of
Mrs. Clara Gribble.
The afternoon was devoted to fancy
work and sewing.
Mrs. Gribble was assisted by Mrs. R.
R. Chapman, and Miss Glenna Wilson.
The new monihers of tho club pres
ent were: Mrs. Ef'fio Johnson, Mrs.
Alma Henderson, Mrs. .Gosser, Mrs.
Emma Smith, Mrs. Estas, Mrs. Mollie;
Dennison, Mrs. Churchill, Mrs. Alma j
Mttc'.ll, Mrs. ILinnie Simoral, Mrs.!
Fay Wright. Mrs. C. L. McAllister, of 1
Aumsville, was an additional guest. !
Mr. and Mrs. James Imlah entertain- i
ed the members of the Sweet Briar j
club and their friends Wednesday i
evening at their country home on the ;
I Wallace road. I
The affair was a fancy dress pirty
planned in compliment to Mr. and Mrs..
S. P. Kimball who have just returned,
from a sevral months sojourn in the'
east, aud Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Clatter,
who have recently come here to make .
their home. j
A number of the matrons of the club ;
were transformed by their clever cos-;
tunics into tiie months of the year and .
prizes were awardd to Mrs. M. C. Pet
tvs for the must beautiful, who np-
Ipeared as a May ljueen, Mrs. H. M.i
Webb, as Ha Howe en for the most com-
icat, and Mts. W. O. Franklin, as M irch'
received a prize for the most original. !
Other costumes worn were: Mrs. J.
C. Ferguson, June Bride; Mrs. Glenn I
Adams Valentine; Mr. E. O. Moll.
Fourth of Julv; Miss Helen Taylor,'
October; Mrs. Clyde Beckett, Decern I
ber; Mrs, D. C. Adams, February and !
Mrs. James Imlah, Puritan Matron.
Later the guests enjoyed a short ,
programme given by Miss Mildred '
Bunn, Mis Gayncll Beckett, Miss'
Margaret Steiner and Mr. Bonn. I
A dainty lunch closed the evening's!
festivities. Mrs. Imlah was assisted j
by her house guest, Mrs. Glenn Adams,
land the Misses Mildred Imlah, Blancae
By Margaret Mason.
The ladies, Lord love 'em, this season
Dress just liko the beauties in sunny
And so Yetta Goldstein and Mollie Mc-
And Gretchen Von Schmidt and Fifi
Are perfect Hispanies when not called
New York, Feb. 12. Sing Ho for the
Spanish main, for anything Spanish is
the main thing in the new trend of
Fashion. Last season we were all to the
Chinese and goodness knows we will
be season after next. At the pace they 1 scarfs and sashes of gay hues, high
are going it looks as if the designers back combs and gaudy fans are acces
would soon be sitting a ouud on their jsories after the fact, Stunniug even
haunches and weeping n la Alexander ! ing wraps and negligees are fashioned
the Great for more worlds to copy. ( out of the gorgeously embroidered
Personally it strikes me. linrcno fash-; Spanish shawls and in some instances
ions might be smart for the summer they are even made into evening gowns
season, but the designers are probably verily reeking of Carmen and bull
holding them in rerervs for the Vi in- 'fight
ter months. But to rat'ira to Spain:) Indeed all the Spanish fashions are
even as a Spanish omelette tho fash-1 bully.
ion designers are undoubtedly being Considering the shortage of dyes and
ceeed on to the Spanish mode by the the faet that all the real blueblooded
recent production of that much herald-j senoritas arc raven tressed, this is
ed Spanish opera Goyesca at the Metro-: hound to be a closed season for blondes,
politan opera house. Incidents in the and peroxide peaches win all stop try
life of Goya and his paintings inspired . ing to conceal their dark pasts,
the opera, tho opera inspired our pres-j With our characteristic whole souled
ent fashions and so Mr. Goya is really . manner of entering into the spirit and
the responsible party. atmosphere of a new mode I have no
Goya was the father of twenty chil- doubt that even our diet will now
dren, one of the most favored lovers smack of the Spanish tendency toward
of the Duchess of Alba and a great ; onions, omelettes, mackerel and sweet
artistt Not for these achievements,
however, is he bow known to fame, hut
as the designer of these feminine
frocks and frills for 1016.
Quantities of Spanish lace, both white
Gibson, Mildred Bunn and Helen Tay
lor. Additional guests were: Mr. and
Mrs. John Schindler, Mr. and Mrs. Mc
Millan, Mrs. William Patrich and Dud
Mr. and Mrs. John Shipp entertained
tho members of the "Oaks Lodge"
fivo hundred club at tiieir homo on
Card f.ivors were awarded to Mrs.
Jerry Jones and E. Donaldson.
Miss Edith Printz favored the guests
during the evening with several de
lightful musical selections.
The members of tho "Pringle Four
O'clock" club spent an enjoyable af
ternoon with Mrs, N. Similiter on
An afternoon of sewing was followed
by a dainty collation.
Those present were: Mrs. H. Staphs
ton, airs. j. rabrv, -Mrs. r. c. ntsov,
Mrs. T. A. Tompkins, Mrs. W. R. Ed
wards and daughter Elnora, Mrs. W.
Weydemeyer and Miss Pearl Wiltsey,
Mrs. P. M. Rupert entertained "The
Round Dozen" club at her homo on
An enjoyable social chat and needle
work claimed the delightful afternoon.
Later a short business session was
followed by refreshments served by tic
hostess and Miss Genevieve Potter, of
Miss Esther Bailey, was hostess last
night for a jolly Valentine party at the
home of Mrs. Glenn Adams.
Games formed the diversion and a
collation rounded out a very gay even
ing. I hose bidden were: Miss Veda
aughn, Miss Maude Stnlcy, Miss I
! Tnrlft Wtiint. fici Rif Ml........ "Xfln,
Merle Whitney, Miss Rita Misner. Miss
in.Clestia Brace, Miss Hester Welch. Miss
era iniicy, .viiss Ucne Hailey, Fred
Schomaker, Tra Mercer, Harry Hamp
ton, Miller Cooper, Philip Elliott, Ros
coe Clarke, Arnold Treglio, Lawrence
Thursday about forty members
the Relief Corps were entertained
the heme of Mrs. Ftcd Thompson.
An en.foyanie Lincoln programme:
"is roiiowed ny dainty refreshments.
The hostess was assisted in the serv
ing hv Mrs. Marion Slover, Mrs. Peter
son, Mrs. Jeunie Pope, Mrs. Ben Via
and Mrs. Simmons.
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Without the electric-driven brush The Hoover
would be simply a vacuum cleaner, with no special
advantage over the scores of others. But the addi
tion of the electric-driven brush puts it in a class by
itself for cleaning efficiency.
wiin its electric-driven brush, sweeps up all the
clinging hairs, threads, lint it alo shakes to
the surface by tho vibration of the brush, the
heavy dirt that grinds and sifts into the bo.lv
of the carpet. As a result all of the. dirt is
drawn into the dust bag and the carpet ia left
We skat be glad to demonstrate the
difference between The Hoover and
other cleaners in your home. When
shall it bef
Decide now. Phono 67
The Store of Housewares .
135 N. LIBERTY STREET
and black, are used in flounces on the
new old Spanish gowns which are
copied outright from old portraits by
Goya and Velasquez. One of the French
houses offers a gown which is a replica
of that worn by the Infanta in Celes
quez' most famous portrait. The gown
is dubbed Velasquez and it is wired out
over the hips in tho same exaggerated
manner as the portrait. In faet almost
all of the frocks with Hispanic tenden
cies show this wiring over the hips and
the bodices are tight boned and point
ed. Crude, strong tones of yellow, red,
green and orango are used to get the
true Spanish effects and mantillas.
peppers. Our fortrots and one stepK
ill give way to the fandango, our
national sport becoming throwing the
bull and our Irene Castle go around
looking like a castle i') Spain.
Tuesday nfternoou Miss Beatrice
Siclton presented a Lumber of her pu
pils in an afternoon musicalo at the
Miss Shelton was assisted in giving
this very charming pi jgramme by Miss
Marguerite Flower, 'vlio sang several
delightful solos, accompanied by Miss
Here is the programme:
T.e Tmirbillinn Mattel
Gertriiudo Tasto, Lois Martin, Hel
en Hunt, Edna Howd.
Dance of the Xymphs Kussner
Valse do Concert Jackson
Hark, What the Hells Relate Op.
Mary Albert, Alice Baker.
Valse Styricniie Wollenhaupt
A Sleepy Sons: Bond
Miss Marguerite Flower
Piipillon (Butterfly) Grieg
Helen Hunt, Lois Martin
Alice Baker, Glidvs Ilarbert, Ruth
Schultz, Mildred Reid.
Arleqnino Op. 53 Chniniunde
3me Mazurka Godard
Tho Two Larks Leschetizky
Wake Tp riiillips
Miss Marguerite Flower.
La Regata Vcneziana Liszt
Danso Ecossaise Baker
Alice Baker, Gladvs Ilarbert, Ruth
Schultz, Mildred Reid.
Tho "Guess Who'
five biindre I
the home of
lub was entertained at
Mr. and Mrs. !. W. Glcasou in IHnes
n.. . . "
street Thursday evening.
The decorations in the card rooms
wcro in keeping wita St. Valentine's
day, red hearts and cupids making a
cozy back ground for the player.
Score awards wore c.iptnred bv Mis.
C. W. Scott and Mr. -Nicols.
ofj Mrs. Edward Lamport entertained a
at number of young people .it an attract-
no dinner Tuesday evening, the occas-
lieing in celebration ot her - son
J rederick's birthday.
An artistic arrangement of red car
nations and smflax adorned the table,
which had places for ten.
(Continued on Pass Threo.)
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