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SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 12, 1025
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
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MARION LAWRANCE CliASS OF THE FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
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WAR: WHEN Wn.l IT EXDt
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By Mary B. Kella
Our God the human wreckage groans v ;v
In agony of hunger, birth, and death,
Alone, shut oft from all,
Save misery and Thee!
When will it end
War.' desolation vast, and every -Hideous
sin has been enacted.
Man stealing, pillaging, '
His brother birthright, !
Has grown Immune to cries of human anguish
Ob, God, that we, whose shekels
, Fired the guns, to" mow our brothers down,
; Might have a vision of the part we played .
In putting halters on the babes unborn
Shkll we play Shylock,
And demand our pound of flesh?
Better for our Nation's worth V
That Mercy season Justice! ' ' t -
If they shall fall, our doom we seal,
And as the hands of Time move on,. r"
i Our hopes in "ashes, too, will lie,
t Because we have not grasped our opportunity,
To be a Savior to a crumbling world.
, Yet it is theirGreat Plan,
, ""'.''Who knowest best ourneed.
Published in "American Frtend." March, 1921.
HE SALEM CHAPTER of War
Mothers is anticipating with
bath pleasure and interest the ar
rival here during the course of the
week of Mrs. Marguerite N. Mc
Cluer! of Kansas City, national
head Of the American War
Mother, who Is on an official tour
or the country. Mrs McCluer is
scheduled to arrive in Portla.nd to
morrow"lnornIng, and her visit to
Salem will be made somewhat
later in the week. Doubtleas some
attractive social function will be
arranged in her honor which. In all
likelihood, will ike the form of
street, entertained In her honor
w,ith a surprise party on" Monday
alt emoon, celebrating her 8th
birthday, which falls on the 5th
jot July. A pleasant social noui
I was jenjoyed iwlth delicious re
j freshments. of punch and rake
served at the tea hour. A fea
j lure of the occasion , was the cut-
ting of the birthday cake which
! was frosted in white and prettU;
decorated with pink roses inter-
s laeea wn tne words nappy
'jr;reeins. 80 Years."! . Mrs. I'nd
! erwobd received a number of at
; tractive gifts, j 'r -. ; ,
V In the group present were: Mrs
I Stella McReynolds, Mrs. St Clair,
i Mrs. I. T. Moore. Mrs. Henry Hen-
dirckson, Mrs. Julia Pavis, Mrs
Ma Keene, Mrs. George O'Xeil,
Mrs.! Ross, Mrs, Flshborn,' and the
honor guest, Mrs. Anna Under
wood. . ' 1 ':... 1
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Mm. Josephine Stewart, whose
Salem friends are welcoming her
into their circles with pleasure.;!
; now a house guest at the home of
Mrs. I R. J. Hendricks '. Mrs. Stew
art is a popular chaperon in Cor
vallis where she is bouse mother
! at the Pi Beta Phi sorority.
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Mi, and Mrs. Frederick Lamport
are on a j motor trip into the Puget
Sound country. I. :
A a hotel luncheon. A number of
'J. prominent matrons In " the local
chapter may, go to Portland to
: meet Mrs. McCluer even prior to
I her arrivai here. ,
Through "The American War
;' Mother;" the official publication ot
the organization many have made
, the acquaintance of this pro mi n
J ent woman who is as charming
personally as she is active in na
" tlonal affairs, i
"""" In tlie current issue of the pub
! " llcatldnl' an Intr?sUngiic6fumnror
ff. Oregon state news, written by
Mrs. F. A. Flliottappears.
A t ' Mrs. McCluer's i visit this week
" will be her first to the Salem or
; ganization, which; was the first
' chapter of War Mothers tp be or-Y-
ganlzed in the west. :
The fcady Muscovites held an In
Interesting initiation service last
night In their hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Weis aU
tended the meeting of the Phamia
ceutical association in Corvallis
.during the last week,
Mr. and'Mrs. Ralph Clover and
daughter, Miss Maxine Glover, are
pii a motor trip ' into the' Pugot
iound country. They will motor
through Rainier national park and
$n into S BritUh Columbia. They
are planning stops at both Ta
coma and Seattle.
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' Mrs. Allan Bynbn and son, Al
' lan 'Junior, of Portland.-Will join
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hofer at Agate
Beach this week.
Mr." and Mrs. William Brown are
at Seal Rocks for the summer.
The annual congregational
meeting of 't$o members: of- the
, First Congregajional church at the
1 home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Millet
at 1S00 South High street on Ffi
; day was one of the outstandingly
successful and'enjoyable events' of
the .week.- Following the mission
ary meeting of the afternoon cov
ers were placed for more than one j
hundred and sixty guests at the
1 dinner hour. ; The girls of Mrs.
Mark McCallister's Sunday school
. class seVved.
wiuiam Mcouchrlst, sr., was
the toaBtmaster of the evenins.
Among those responding were: ,
( Reverend W. C. Kantner, Rev-
erend Chdrles E. Ward and Dan
; Fry. Sr. ' ; - t ' : ' " .v
i Hostesses with Mrs. Miller
were r Mrs. E. L. Donnell. Mrs. H.
W. Bross, Mrs. Vera Shartuc, Mrs.
'W, I. Staley, Mrs. Robert Fleming,
V and Mrs. Mark McCallister.
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- JteT- na Mrs. C. C. Poling have
returned home from Portland
tiW where they were In attendance at
the International Christian En-
aeavor convention. Xast evening
, ... . w....B uu ,amuy were Qlu- I ... flnA
ner guest, of .Rev. and Mrs Pol- !I"e-fiot
Ing.. This morning Mr. Poling will
preach Id place of Rev. Poling at
the First Evangelical church, leav
ing early; in the afternoon for his
engagement . at' .the Gladstone
' In connection with" the Sheridan
festival, .which is signalized this
theatrical season by the revival of
Richard Brinsley Sheridan's com
edy, "The Rivals." with a brilliant
cast headed by Minnie Maddern
Fiske. an address on "Sheridan,
His Plavs and Place in the Thea
ter," will be delivered at the Ore
gon theater at It a. m. Saturday,
July 18, by Mr. Clayton Hamilton,
a writer and lecturer who stands
foremost on the roster of Ameri
can theatrical 'eacperts. The lecture
is to be without charge, sponsored
by the university women, and all
will be welcome.
This Sheridan stage play, which
comes to the Grand theater Satur
day nteht. July' 25.has been un
dertaken in commemoration of the
150th anniversary of the original
prod uction, of r JThe . Rivals." by
Sheridan, the most famous play
wright in the English theater or
the ISth century., "The Rivals."
his first play, was originally done
at Cavent Garden, January l7j
177S. ?The commemoration of that
event Is appropriately sponsored
bv American - artists, since 'Sheri
dan, like Burke, was a staunch
friend .of the American 'Colonists,
a foe orf Lord North, and in the
course of his career in parliament
made many bri'liant speeches for
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zelsdorf
and children. Robert and .Lois
Marie, left Saturday for their -new
home is Oakland. Cal. Mrs. Zels
dorf. who is a talented singer, will j
be greatly missed by a, large, cir
o!e of friends who wish her success
in her new home. '
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.,, A group of prominent Corvallis
ladies spent. ' yesterday with, a
number of Salem, friends. . The
congenial company motored tp
?hemawa for a picnic outing.
:Vroirr Corvallis the guests were:
Mrs. J. Ti. Horner and" daughters.
Misseg Vera and Pearl Horner,
Mrs. Lulu 'Smith; Mrs. J. O. Wil
son, and Mrs. Minnie Lee.
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Captain and Mrs. Earl Coulsen
Flegel and little son, Earl Coul
sen. Jr.. are,- spending the week
end in Portland. "
Mrs. D. fG. Forgy of Gresham
left on Friday for their home al
ter visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Reeves.
A group of friends of Mrs. Anna
Underwood of 670 North Front
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rhe membership of the above class, one of the largest and
most active in the First Mthodist church, numbers a total
of ninety-six -persons, withl an average regular attendance
of sixty. The t'iass was first organized in 190S by a group
of twenty-six charter members, six of whom are still in
attendance at the present day. In the 'front row there are
does through' great shade trees to
One of the most Interesting of
the summer musieales was the re
cital j given ; by the pupils of Mrs.
Jessie Lush at the Leslie Metho
dist church. Mrs. Bush presented
a selected group of her students,
including several by those well ad
vanced as well as the younger
players.. The church auditorium
was tastefully decorated, and the
presentation of flowers to the
placers dded still 'mote color to
the occasion. Awards of merit
were presented at the close of the
program. Of special interest Wjas
the concluding number for two
pianos, in which Mrs. Bush ap
peared with Miss Alberta Hohrn
stedt. The program was as fol
(a) The Dream.. Helen L. Cram
(b) The Wind . . . .Helen L. Oram
Fredrick . W. Hertzog
.(a) Cradle Song. ... . i . -Armand
(b) Forest Flowers; . .11. Lichner
The Daisy Walts. ...... . Rickaby
Lois Bird well .
Blossom Time . . , .' . Phillip .Weiser
Doris McCallister. Jack Bush
William Bush, Rachel Pemberton
(a ) Minuet from iDon Juan . . . . "
........... .1 ...... . . .Mozart
(b) Valse Bluett e'.J. J. Duvernoy
Visions of Rest . . . Theo. Bendix
(a) Spinning Song. .Ellmenereich
(b) Will O'. the Wisp. . . Jungman
Rachel ' Pemberton
(a) ITn Petit Ballet. .Schnecker
(b)-' Gipsy Rondo ..Haydn
Serenade Badine. . .Gabriel Marie
v Gladys Medler j
Albumblatt . Beethoven
(a) To a Wild Rose. . .McDowell
(b) Amaryelis Louis Xlil
Roondo Capriccioso. .Mendelssohn
(a) Morgenstimmung Grieg
(b) In the Hall of the Moun
tain King ...... Grieg
Prelude -Militaire. .Rachmaninoff
Mrs. Jessie Bush
Miss Alberta Bohrnstedt
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Miss Zella Hopson, an instruc
tor in the Seattle schools, has ar
rived in Salem to spend her vaca
tion weeks at the F. C. Hopson
home on Oak street.
Arthur Junk, a merchant from
Colorado,, spent several days the
past week visiting With his aunt,
Mrs. D. ,P- Junk and cousin. Ber
tha Junk Darby. His mother, Mrs.
J. C. Junk of Olympia, Wash., ac
companied him on the trip to Sal
em, j ! Mr, Junk was much interest
ed in the canning and woolen in
dustries here as he nahdles quan
tities of that class of merchan
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Mr. and Mrs. J. :C. Berry
Mr. and.'Mrs. Harry Hryan were
domiciled at the Benton hotel in
Corvallis!during the conventUm ot
pharmacists. r j
seven members of the group who afc more than eighty years
of age. During its history the class has had two teachers,
Mrs. Emma Cornelius and Mrs. M. C. Findley, Mrs. Findley
is the present teacher. . William Cummings, too, has taught
the class at different intervals. Among the presidents of
the class have been: R. F. IKumler, E. J. Swafford, and U
t s ,v 1 . f r'w a i r a a i a a
u. lion, itr. uou. uuing me omce ai ine present iirae.
165 feet deep,, on which to work
the water's edge. The first viewjout the landscaping with elfective-
irom me street is particularly ei-
Mr. and Mrs. Max O. Huron
home from a motor trip over
McKenzie Pass as fur east as Bend
Mrs. William . McGilchrist. Jr..
and children,' William, Jr.. find
losephine,; left yesjerday morning
for Newport for af ten-day vaca
tion at the McGilch'rist cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Runcorn
have returned home from an in
teresting motor tiip to lleedsport.
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hart! and
daughter, Arthur White and Miss
White of Cottage 'Grove, Oregon.
and Chico, CalLornia,1- are week
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. W
Conner. . , , ' , ! I ;. :
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The regular meeting of Sons of
Veterans. Camp ' No. 6, will be
held Tuesday evening at S o'clock.
Mr. nd Mrs. I)an J. Fry, Sr.
and daughter. 'Miss Prlscil'.a Fry,
aie home from month's excur
hion into the inteVior of Alaska.
.Mrs. WJ N. SaVafce ! and Mrs
George O. Savage j have had; -as
their house-guest for several
weeks, their r sister, Mrs. - Ellen
Jienell of Long Prairie, Minneso
ta. Master Don Kelly, a nephew,
lias also.'been a guest at the
Savage homes. Mrs. Merreu jlert
late in the week for Tacoma
where she wil be the guest for a
short time of her ,:son, Dewayno
Merrell." before i returning to
Long Prairie. Master Kelly; j ac
companied Mrs. Merrell as far as
Portland. I i
The announcement of plans for
the midsummer garden "at home"
of yesterday on the -attractive
grounds I surrounding the Homer
Smith residence on North Summer
street, was the incentive for an
early morning excursion that led
to various other interesting gar
dens throughout the cityv
The garden of Mrs. Arthur M
Vassall at 1820 Chemeketa street
was one of. the loveliest of all
those visited, leading down as it
fective, the visitor, or the mere
passerby, for that matter, gaining
at once full view of the colorful
curves of the border. At this
time of the year, the eryphilotum.
i larkia, carnation pinks, and late
Canterbury bells give the chief
color. ' Swinging around the cor
ner one comes to the wild tlwwer
garden notable for its sedom. Pro
tected seed beds, in which Mrs.
Vassall is growing some choice
vt" I't. ijv iiu uuu iivk 4k i
nacK oi tne nouse.
In the" garden of Professor
Florian Von Eschen at 1775 Court
street, an interesting border eftct
has been worked out to take the
place, of the solid beds. The at
tractive fence at the rear of the
place has been added this year
and now professor and Mrs. Von
Eschen are planning on garden
benches for the three largest trees.
An expanse of lawn stretches from
ihe back of the house tp the wide
border that forms but one side of
the court of new grass from then
to the fence. Professor Von Esch
en has now replaced hit tulip and
Iris bulbs with gladioli. A clump
of Peruvian daffodils give a dash
of color to the nortnwesborder.
In leaving the ;Von- Eschen
home., and just before reaching
the attractive garden surrounding
the home of Mrs. W. EJ Anderson,
the president of the Salem Garden
club, one's eye finds the
box at the home of DrL and Mrs.
D. X. Beechler, 154f Curt street,
probably one of the most. beauti
ful in the city. Hall Cjine geran-
hwims, blue lobelia, anci calceoiar-
Lemon i Juice Tightens Skin
Squeeze the Juice
of two lemons in a
b o 1 1 1 e containing
three ounces of Or
chard WTiite; which
any druggist; will
supply for a few
cents, shake well
and -you have the
very mildest anti
wrinkle lotion t o
tighten relaxed skin,
lines and eradicate
;.Kw Reprbtts Received
. Week fit the
ATL.VS BXK & STATIONERY
Faint Perfume .......... Gale
His Children's Children. .Train
Ann's An Ideal. . . . . . . Wynne
Madam Sans Gene. . . . .Sarden
Clgola . . . . .-. Ferber
this sweetly fragrant
lemon lotion into the skin at
night. By morning most of the
tell-tale wrinkles, tired lines, and
crows-feet are smoothed out, giv
ing a more youthful contour- to
cheeks, chin, throat. It leaves the
skin velvety soft, clear and fresh.
Beauty 'experts use this astrin
gent lotion for, enlarged pores,
also to .bleach, and whiten sallow,
tanned skin. ' '
Mix t this harmless - lotion your
self since it acts best immediately
after prepared. Adv.
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, i Sunday,-July 12, 1925 j
' '.Table D'HoteSOS "! ! V
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Potage a la Alexandria . Consomme Beuvlllicr
Celery Heart Mixed Olives Young Radishes
' Crabmeats a la Newberg en Caise
; Shoestring Potatoes !
i Choice of '.
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Small Slr'oin Steak Demi Clace
Roast Stuffed Squab Chicken with Giblet Gravy '
I Roast Leg of Spring Lamb with Mint Jelly
Whipped Cream Potatoes
New Peas in Butter
Salade Crevette '
. Raspberry Sundae with Nabisco Wafer
Green Apple Pie - ' ' Lemon Meringue Tie
- i ! Demi Tasse
Ujin give an
Mrs. W. E. Andersot's garden.
to which "one comes nekt, is well
located at 1491 Court rfreet. with
ness. Along the red-brick walk
at the side of the ho:se, astilba,
meadow, rue, and maiden-hair
j fern are planted. The outer bol
der is a nierai lane oi aimuM mr-
quoise blue hydrangeas, blue be
cause of the iron in the soil. Be
ond. the hydrangea clumps; from
the lime In the soil instead of the
iron, are in pink. One of the mok
interesting features whirh Mrs.
Anderson has worked out Is in re
lation to the paling fence in the
back of her garden. Instead pt
concealing the fence from .within.;
she has planted- golden glow on
the alley-side without, enhancing1
the effect of the' landscaped en
closure In a marked manner.-" The
bird houses in the garden are well
Inhabited. This week the swallow
nest Is housing triplets. A shal
low pool of Crater Lake blue. ly
ing like a mirror - in the', grass,
is ornamented with an orange pot
tery jar on one side in which Mrs.
Anderson, as the hostess, may
place flowers to harmonize with
any color scheme. A young weep
ing willow is planted in proximity
which in a few years will provide
a wealth of shade and water relle'c-i
tions. The garden bench is paint
ed to harmonize with the Jug by
the pool. Yellow stock and rose
clatkia are attractive in the bord
ers at this time of the year. j
A short run out to the Stat
Hospital grounds could not bf
omitted. And looking at the land
scaping of today it is hard to ima
gine the day when the low hill was
covered only with oak trees and a
high hedge, of fir trees screened
the' building from Center street.
The white water lilies in the Ital
ian garden, with its pool and cy
presses planned by J. W. Maruny,
as aiem people win rememoer.
are in exquisite mid-summer
bloom, Deep .borders of phlox,
marigolds, and clarkia have been
arranged under H. V. Bateham's
direction. Pleasing arrangements
of salvia, marigolds, colas, asters.
and, red geraniums have been
planted In well-placed beds around
the east front of the receiving
ward. At the bark of the stat
hospital a series ot triangular bed
have been defined, with the apict-j
all meeting around a smaller
square bed of cannas. .
Twoattractive homes" in the
Oaks addition are thoseof Mr. an.l
Mrs. Henry Lee and Mr. and Mi&.
Merrltt Davis where yards ia
soon' be places of beauty.
" In passing the Parrish Junior
High school, the flowers an.i
shrubs both next-4he wall and i:i
J the window boxe's are .flourishing
satisfactorily, ine saiem i;aru.-t!
club having had charge of the
work. Mrs. Rf H. Cooley's yard,
in this part of the city, ihuus both .
interesting rock-work ind a tra
Of course, one of Salem's nuw
distinctive gardens is that of F. G.
Deckebach at 940 I) street whi
the white fences, the artificial lake
of running water, iris borders. an,i
rock work make of half a blvk
the show place of the neighbor
hood. A variety of plants hav. '
been put In around the edges of a
pool wbich fills from a spray.
One is interested in going now
from north to south Salem. With
in the past few weeks the excep
tionally beautiful landscaping,
that is being done on the Curtis
Cross place on Fairmount Hill hu-i
grown consistently effective. Th
plantings between the rocks hav
already been made, and a lusli
lawn is already growing. The new
home of Mr. and Mrs. l jG. Ship
ley will be surrounded with at
tractive grounds as Is the Cradle
haugh home nearby. .'
Going back toward town one
more, the reajly new garden
around the home of Mr. jnd Mrs.
Walter J. Kirk, at 9$ South High
street, compelled attention. With
the knowledge "that the Kirks
moved to their new home only
last septemner, ine landscaping in
surprisingly well-developed" with
brick walls, and walks of scattered
segments of cement embedded in
the grass, already arranged. A
single deep terrace takes one to
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Res. 140 X. 21st
the owners having the
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