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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1919.
FORD BRINES DROVE
KC-4 ACROSS OCLAN
The Ford Motor company has Just
received official advice from the navy
department that it was four Ford Lib
erty motors all built in the Ford Mo
tor company' shops at Detroit which
furnished the power that drove the
NC4 to victory in its recent record
breaking flight across the Atlantic
from Trespasser, Newfoundland to
Plymouth, England, a distance of 4000
miles. They were regular stock mo
ton built during the war as a part of
the Ford Liberty motor production. ,
Upon his arrival in Lisbon, Portugal,
Lieutenant Commander Read, said.
"The engines functioned perfectly all
the way from America to Portugal."
And American naval officers who thor
oughly Inspected the NC4 upon Its ar
rival at Plymouth, England, stated that
the big seaplane was in even bettor
condition than when it left America.
The VC4 flicrht. which has meant ft
triumph for - American engineering
skill, also adds another record to Ford
trip. They will return in aBout a week
and will make their home in North
Mrs. Frank Davey was gracious hos
tess Tuesday evening when she enter
tained the Gaiety Card club. After a
short business session at which Mrs.
Davey was elected president for the
coming season, Mrs. Earl Pearcy, vice
president; Miss Gertrude Savage, sec
retary and Mrs. Thomas Burrows,
treasurer, the time was devoted to BOO.
During the evening two vocal solos
were excellently rendered by Mrs.
Earl Pearcy. The dainty and ample
refreshments were appropriate to the
The Gaiety Card club will be enter
tained by Miss Gertrude Savage at her
home, 35 S Leslie street next Tuesday,
(Continued, from rage two) .
A. A. Cuoffroy, Miss Esther Anderaon,
Miss Emma Waldorf and Miss Bertha
Today a special effort was made to
complete the campaign for the Roose
velt Memorlnl fund, and a number of
prominent women, assisted by a group
of young ladles, were stationed nt
desks In the State House, Court Houne,
and banks for the purpose of receiv
ing voluntary subscriptions. The exe
cutive committee for the drive consists
of Dr. W. Carlton Smith, Taul Wal
lace, John Todd, Mrs. E. E. Fisher,
Mrs. W't M. Hamilton, Mrs, David eyre,
John Carson, James Linn and August
At the various banks stntloned Mrs.
Ben W, Olcott, Mrs. R. E. Lee Stelner,
Mrs. Arthur Benson, Mrs. James Linn,
Miss Elizabeth Lord, MIks Mabel Wi
thycombe, Mrs. T. W. Ford, Mrs.
Thomas C. Smith, Mrs. W. H. Dancy,
Mrs, Frank Schmidt, Mrs. P. E. Fuller-
ton, Mrs. William MeOIIchrlst, Jr..
Mrs. Frank Waters, Mrs. Kenneth
Brown, Mrs. F, D. Deckebnch and Mrs.
E. N. Gllllnghnni. At the state house
Mrs. Lej Page, Mrs. Youis Larhnmnd
end Mrs. Edwin L. Baker had their
stations, and in the court house and
other places, Mrs. Earl Flegel, Mrs.
Byron F. Brunk, Mrs. R. Monroe Gil
bert, Mrs. John Waters, Airs. William
Prunk, Miss Lucille Watson and Mrs.
Lawrence Simon received donations.
Hallowe'en favors marked the
places of the guests at the .charming
dinner last Sunday over Which Mr.
and Mrs. H. S. liollnger presided. Mr.
and Mrs. H, E. IJolinger were guests
f honor, the affair being given In
honor of their thirty second wedding
iinniversary. Circling the handsome
ly appointed tahel were Mr. und Mrs.
H. 13. Holingor, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
McGllchrlst, Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes Mc
Gilchrist, Miss Nellie Encllcott and
The home of Miss Alteon Bordner
was the scene of a merry party Sat
urday evening, when twenty four In
vited guests enjoyed her hospitality.
The house? was prettily decorated
with Jack-o'-lanterns und autumn
leaves, and the evening was spent
with games and music. The hostess
ppfi'ed a dainty three course lunch,
r'ar'the close of the evenings festivi
Miss Bordner Is leaving soon for
California where she will tiinke her
One of the prettiest Informal af
fairs for which Hallowe'en was the
motif, was the dancing party spon
sored by Mrs. Ralph White Wednes
day evening. Cotillion hnll where the
nffair took place had been transform
ed Into a veritable fairyland, hang
ing baskets of sunny marigolds, and
(dreamers of black and yellow, carry
ing out the acknowledged Hallowe'en
olor scheme. Corn and pumpkins.
enhanced1 the general . appearance,
and the refreshments of doughnuts
and cider were in direct keeping with
the season. Music was furnished by
tiykes orchestra. Ninety two guests
Mrs, Florlan Von Esches, wns
charming hostess at an Inforninl eve
ning Tuesday, ' honoring Mrs. Olive
Hand, who leaves In the near future
for Astoria where she will engage In
settlement work. Mrs. Hand has been
an instructor In the local high school
for a number of years, and her many
friends are regretting her departure.
Honoring William Robinson Boone,
Portland organist, who played nt the
dedication recital at the First Chris
tian church last Monday evening,
Mr. T. 8. Roberts entertained with n
nix o'clock dinner at the Roberts res
idence on South 14th street. Chrysan
themums were used hs an effective
centerpiece for the prettily appoint
ed table at which covers were laid
for Mr. Boone, Mrs. Bertha Junk
Darby, Frank Churchill and Mr. and
Mrs. T. S. Roberts. .
The North Platte Tribune of Ooto
ber 11th publishes the following ac
count of the wedding of Millard M.
Grable, a former Salem resident r
"At the court house lust Saturday
nfterrtoon Judge W. It. C. Woodhursl
officiated at a ceremony -wherein
were united Millard M. Grable and
Madolyn Owens in the bonds of mnt
rimony. ''Mr. Garble was born and raised
In North Platte, but about ten years
ago his parents moved to Salem. Ore
.gon. About two years nso he return
ed to North l'latte and entered the
hervtce of the Union Pacific as brake
mrr. Miss Owens is a stranger among
xiH, but Is welcome to our city. She
Is young lady whom Mr. Grable met
.luring the time he lived in Oregon.
The youn couple left on No. 15 Sat
unlay night for Denver an, other
Colorado PKl'Hs f,.r a honeymoon
A very pretty and attractive, wed
ding took place at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. George Hasting, 891 South
12th street, Sunday, October 26, when
Miss Clara Reinoehl became the bride
of Dorsey Reeves. Miss Reinoehl is the
eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Reinoehl, formerly of this city; Mr.
Reeves is employed In the Anderson
Barber shop. They will make their
home at 891 South 12th street.. The
guests present nt the wedding were Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Hastings, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Hulsey, Mrs. George Reinoehl,
Miss Eva Reinoehl, Mrs. Chamley and
The Masonic hall was the scene of
much merriment Thursday evening,
when the local lodge of United Arti
sans enjoyed a Hallowe'en party. A
short and interesting program opened
the evenings' entertainment, and was
followed by an enjoyable dance. The
affair culminated with the serving of
a delicious lunch. About 35 guests at
The "Splnks," an organization of
Washington Junior high school stu
dents, were guests at a pretty party
Saturday afternoon, nt which Miss
I.entn Baumgartner was hostess. The
decorations were in accordance with
the Hallowe'en season, and, the same
niotiC was cnrrled out In the refresh
ments. Aliout thlty five guests were
The many friends fo Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Jones will be pleased to hear
that thoy are moving Into the house
formerly occupied by Mrs. Henry
Thielsen, 1058 Chemeketa street for
the winter. They have with thorn their
young daughter, Juliette.
' Mrs. R. W. Simeral, who has been
enjoying a two months visit in the
east, has returned home. She stop
ped in nearly all of the important
cities of the east and middle west,
and visited with relatives In a num
ber of them.
Mrs. .1. H. Robins left Thursday for
Berkeley, California, to visit her sister.
From there she will go to Los Angeles
to make her future home. Mrs. Robins
has been the guest of Mrs. B. L. Beall,
359 Center street, for the past ten
The Tillacum club, composed of a
number of prominent social leaders,
enjoyed the first dance of the season
at the Masonic hall Tuesday night.
Thurty-two couples, the entire person
nel of the club. Attended.
Mrs. R. A. Nadon (Leondine Eck-
erlin), who has been the guest of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Eckerlin,
for the past two weeks, has returned
to her home in Harrisburg. '
Mrs. Ben W. Olcott, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Oswald Wast,
of Portland, returned home Thursday
Mrs. R. L. Lewis left Tuesday for
her home In Medford after an enjoy
able visit at the home of her sister,
Mrs. A. 3. Davidson.
Miss Mary Chadwick entertained as
her guest during the past week Mrs.
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As they chatted one day on the Drive,
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Of a tax for just being alive!
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As it was for the service they give
The butcher, baker, the tailor, dressmaker, .
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To still run an automobile?
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And it's sad that we must calmly stand for the lust ' '
And the greed of these bold profiteers.
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As to tires, I cannot agree;
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