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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1919.
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nIrA n thA WflmAll rtf tllfi CltV III thS
llrst Congregational church, of her
vastly interesting experiences In India.
Previous to her appearance at the
oiinrath mibb Hill was sjuest of honor
at a prettily arranged luncheon in the
T. W. C. A. rooms on North Liberty
street. The table waa centered with a
. .bowl of lovely lava,ndar chrysanthe
mam and covers were lafd for Miss
Hill. Miss Hammerly, Mrs. F. A. El
liott. Mrs. A. N. Bush, Mrs. Charles A.
Park. Mrs. William Kirk, Mrs. P. E.
Graber. Mrs. H. C. Epley, Mrs. H. S.
Oile, Mrs. A. F. Marcus, Mrs. James
Elvin. Mrs. Carl Gregg Doaey, Mrs. W.
C. Kantner, Mrs. W. W. Emmond, Miss
Nina McNary and Miss Fake, club secretary.
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giving gatherings in the city was the
one at the Court Street Christian
church, when 50 or 60 members of the
", congregation met for a festive cele-
bration of the feast day. A Thanks
'jfjiving sermon was, preached by the
pastor, Keverend R. L. Putnam at 11
o'clock, and a Bumptuous dinner fol-
iawajI wrvpd in the assembly room.
A gay array of variegated flowers
ornamented the Tong tables upon
which the feast was spread, and the
repast was followed by a pleasant
social haur. Prayer service at three
o'clock, augmented by special music,
culminated the day's enjoyment.
A quiet home weddding of Novem
ber J3 was that of Miss Mary Long
and John McGee. The ceremony was
read by Reverend Leland W. Porter,
at the home of the bride's brother,
Dr. and Mrs. Will J. Thompson, of
the Court Apartments. After the
ceremony dinner was served to a few
friends and relatives, the table decor
ations being prettily carried out with
an old rose color scheme. Mr. and
Mrs. McGee will make their future
home in Portland.
The Dutch Treat club were guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. li. t
h-imm iim Monday evening. Season's
nwr were used in abundance
around the spacious rooms and a de
: lightful informal evening was spent.
: The guest list included Dr. and Mrs.
T. Rteeves. Mr. and Mrs. F., A.
Legga. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Jones, Mr.
and Mra. F. A. Elliott, Mr. and Mrs.
George H. Alden and Mrs. W. G. Al
len. The fourth 'anniversary of the or
ganization of Chemeketa chapter. Dau
ghters of the American Revolution,
twaa celebrated recently, when Mrs. C.
C. Clark and Miss Edith Benedict were
Joint hostesses at a meeting of the
chapter. The business session was ta
i ken up chiefly with a discussion of
the topic "Americanization" which
has been chosen as the Bubject of prac
tice for the present year. A pretty
birthday cake with red. white and
Uue candles Was a special feature of
the delicious refreshments which fol
lowed the afternoon's business i meet
ing, and was cut by Mrs. Seymour
Jones, regent of the chapter. Mrs. C.
C Clarke presided at the urn.
A huge pumpkin filled with fruit
centered the handsomely appointed
table over which Mrs. P. E. Fullerton
presided Thursday, when she enter
tained a coterie of friends at a sum
ptuoua Thanksgiving dinner. Orange
' shaded candles assisted In carrying out
' the pretty golden color' scheme, and
added their cheery glow to the happy
event. In the living room' art baskets
of marigolds were used to advantage
in enhancing the motif. Covers at the
tables were laid for Mrs. M. F. Hull,
of Newport, Mrs. Emma Young, ot
Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Filmore Ty
rell, ot Brooks, Mrs. Charles Burtnett,
Mra. Ada Petrum and sons Merle and
Donald. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burnside,
and children, Gladys, Edward and
Clara Belle, and Mr. and Mrs. P. E.
A cablegram has been received by
the National Young Women's Chris
tian association, announcing the safe
fwurival in Colombo, India, of Miss Ell-''-labeth
Wilson, formerly head of the
secretarial department of the Y. W.
C. A, Miss Stephenla Hartwell, of
Montclalr, N. J. and Miss Margaret
A?teir, of Oakland, Calif., all of whom
left New Yoralt City recently for tho
far country. Miss Wilson and her hel
pers went over to establish a Y. W. C.
A. in India for native workers. Miss
Weir and Miss Hartwell have gone on
to Bombay while Miss Wilson is re
maining for a while in Colombo. Miss
Hartwell is a dietitian and was head of
a large war time cafeteria for the Y.
W. C. A in Washington, D. C. when
the association in that city helped to
feed the thousands of women war
Serving as a pretty little social com
pliment to his two little nephews,
Charles Kay and Robert Bishop, of
Pendleton, who are spending the
Thanksgiving holidays in Salem as the
guest of their grandmother, Mrs. C. D
Gabrielson. Carl Gabrielson entertain
ed a coterie of young belles and beaux
with a charming party Tuesday after
noon. Christmas atmosphere vied for
the honors of the occasion with the
Thanksgiving season in the dainty dec
orations and delicious refreshments.
, Mrs. Gabrielson and James Young as
sited the host in entertaining the chil
dren, and taxed their ingenuity in de
vising games and amusements for the
twenty happy little guests who took
possession of the Gabrielson residence
and transformed it into a child's king
dom during the glorious afternoon. The
lads and misses who enjoyed the hos
pitality of the host were Charles Kay
and Robert .Bishop, Sherman and Ja
net Plimpton, Henry and Nancy Thiel
sen. Marion and Brainard Rowley, Mil
dred and " Helen Roberts, arolinr
Lambrlth, Henrietta Bishop, Harold
Olinger. Chandler Brown, Jack Har
bison, Charles Geir, Clarence Hamilton
and Dorothy Livesley.
.Sirs. W. A. Penny was charming
hostess to the South Circle of the Firs'
Christian church at her lovely home,
M Meyers street, last Wednesday att-
ernoon. Complete plans for the an
nual bazaar to be held December at I
the Gingrich Motor company -was thej
business of the meeting. I
Yellow chrysanthemums were used
effectively about the rooms.
The members present were: Mea
dames H. Stevenson, Clifford Elgin,
Harvey Stanton, E. H. Benton, Martha
Morteuson, Charles Davis, Cass Gib
son, F. T. Smith, A. J. Basey. W. Chris
tian. J. F Walker J. Hall B. F. Wat
cher, Ralph Hensley, Martin Vlesko,
Clarence Townsend, John Humphreys.
The next, meeting of the Circle will
be December 10 at the home of Mrs.
Clifford Elgin. 1449 South Liberty
The social hour sponsored by the
Y. W. C. A last Sunday in their rooms
on North Liberty street, was as great
a success as the directors had antici
pated, and consequently will be made
a weekly event during the winter. The
short and entertaining program was
followed by the serving of dainty re
freshments, about 25 girls being in at
tendance. The cheerful solicitude of the asso
ciation, and its kindly interest in the
ghis of the city is winning for it 'the
ready appreciation of the citizenship
of Salem, and assuring for it the hearty
support of the community in any un
dertaking it may choose to further.
Tho annual banquet of the Philador
ian society of Willamette university
was held last week end in parlors of
the First Methodist Episcopal church.
Yellow and white, the colors of the so
ciety were used as a decorative color
scheme, and chrysanthemums ot the
chosen shades combined with fern,
were used in carrying out the effect.
Covers were laid for 80 members. Fol
lowing the banquet the guests repaired
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As it was for the service they give
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to the C. M. Sherwood residence where
their annual reception waa held.
Miss Jessie Gibson, who is attend
ing the Oregon Agricultural collie, is
spending the holiday period .-h her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. I) Gibson.
The many friends of Miss Gibson will
be tnterestd in knowing tLat she is
one of the recent pledgee of the Sigma
Kapp. sorority there. Miss Marjorie
Brown, daughter ot Attorney and Mra
George M. Brown, is also a pledge of
the Sigma Kappa sorority and is at the
Mrs. William M. Plimpton enterta
ined informally last Saturday after
noon in honor of Miss Ruth Cushing,
attractive heice of Mrs. William Boot,
who is spending the winter in Salem
as the guest of her aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Catifield, Mr: and
Mrs. F. E. Fullerton and Mrs. Lester
Davis motored to Portland today toJ
spend the week end. While there they
Miss Ila Spaulding, who was a guest
at the Kyle-East wedding this' week,
is a guest ever the week end at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles K. Spaulding.
MiBS Bernic Craig, a student at the
University of Oregon, is spending the
holidays at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Craig, on South
Commercial street. " I
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Billingsly were
the Thanksgiving guests of their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
James Whitehead, in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lowe (Reatha
Hughes) of Forest Grove are spend
ing the holidays io Salem as the guests
; Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Ruef, (Flor
ence F.lixabetb Nichols) are receiving
congratulations upon the birth of a
daughter Tuesday. 4. r. -
Mr. and Mrs. H. W.' Meyers are In
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