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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (March 13, 1920)
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
IN angwer to call Imued by Mrs.
Zadac Kifrts president of the Salem
Women' club the board of the club
net at 2 o'clock this afternoon for an
Mnnrtonl ITU!- o- A
tqr a business session at 2:30, at which j
matters of vital interest to the organ
isation were taken op. At S:3t an open
meeting was held, at which Mrs. F. W
Bwanton. jiecretarv of th rtrnimn Wn
tnane society was tjie principal speak-
r. large number or baiem women
i takitiE advantae nf thA mien niftn.i-
, attended in otder to hear the addiss
or Mrs. swnnton. .
While in Salem Mrs. Swantop Is the
nouse guest of Mrs. E. Hofer, at the
beautiful Hofer residence on South
Kullerton, Mr. and Sirs, Lee Canfield.
lr. and .Mrs. O. A. Olson. Mr. and rMs.
Herbert Stiff and ilr. and Mrs. Daue.
Scott and Miss Mildred. at his funeral indicated the high
j teem in which he was held by our
Word has been received
that Reverend and Mrs. Walter Rev
nolds of 44$ Jessup street. Portland
are the parents of a daughter, born
March 4. 1S50. The littln li rlv hoc
been named Mary Elizabeth.
Mrs. Reynolds is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Savscre of Waldo
Hills. aUd to weH known rn this city
where she has a wide circle of friends
The Social Hour club of the San-ii.
Heights met at their hall Wednesday
afternoon, March 10, at 2 o'clock, with
Mrs. Sawyer presiding. A good repre
sentation of the personnel was In at
tendance, and took part In a spirited
rlectlon of officers. The following
memoers were chosen to serve in offi--cial
capacities until January 1921:
, president, Mrs. Wilkins; vice president,
Mrs. Chapman; secretary, Mrs. Brown
ing; treasurer, Mrs. F. Thompson;
reporter, Mrs. Stolzhiese. The moeting
.day was changed from Wednesday to
Mesdames Wilson, Wikberg, Brown
; Jng and A. Kskelson were appointed to
arrange for entetainment and refresh
ments for the next meeting, to take
place Wednesday March 24. After the
business session an Interesting prog
, ram was ehjuyed, followed by the serv
ing of a light luncheon at which the
Kracious hostess wag assisted by Mrs
C. W. Sawyer. Mrs. E. Eskelson, Mrs.
Is. Miller and Mrs. G. Sanders.
M'.wl 1 . ,,
"tuucau4i7 n miscellaneous prog- OJI niue circle oi irjenus
given oy me mmoail school ""crc,,u -yiiuias was ioi ineny pas
of Theology in the basement of the tor of he Yew Park United Breth
Kirst MtthnHt ,,.. v. a , . ren church and fit Ika m-ocAM
- . . ....... 11 . n llUIIIUer Ol J ' - . .. . fit-mat . . . it,
IfwaT o i-t n n , .1 i . i . ham nh.Ha t V n Cli,...i.i. T T
local artists appeared and the entire
pertormance was greatly enjoyed by
the large audience. The proceeds went
into the endowment fund.
The Hal Hibbard auxiliary entertain
ed with a progressive "five hnmlie1
party at their rooms in the Armory
Tuesday evening. The rooms - were
beautifully decorated with fern.
Oregon grape, intcrminirieil n-in
spring flowers. During the evening
Mr. Nelson and Mr. Davis fa
guests with some selectolns on th vin.
lin and piano. Refreshments were
served, and at the latter portion of the
evening was taken un vriih ,i.r.i
The auxiliary will hold another such
.party on tne evening of March 26, to
which the public is cordially Invited.
A "five hundred" party, supplement
ed by a delicious luncheon, wan thA
order of the evening at the George El
gin home last Saturday when a group
oi menus called on him m hoi., hi
celebrate the anniversary of his birth
day. The group included Mr. and Mrs.
Claire Vibbert. Dr. and Mrs. Fred Ellis
ur. and Mrs. B. Franklin Pnmi
. . Mr. and Mrs. John Brophy has as
wieir guests the first part of the woli
Ir. and Mrs. Fred Grant Bunch, of
-equine, ur. and Mrs. Bunch are for
meriy or Salem and have a host of
, iriemiB tiere.
Independence, Or., Mnr.ll. (Spec
ial.) Lost Wednesday afternoon Mrs.
W. H. Walker, Mrs. O. D. Butler, Mrs.
jyae acker, Mrs. George Conky and
Mrs. Taylor Jones were Joint hostesses
M a large gathering of club members
t the home of Mrs. Walker. Mis. M.
J. Butler rendered a group of pleasing
olos. Mr. Ostein of the Monmouth
Normal school, who did "T" work In
Kranoe, with the 29th division, related
many Interesting experiences of the
The tea room was beautiful In an
array of daffodils, yellow shaded cand
les adding additional cham io trie
netting. Mrs. Charles Fitchard presid
ed In the tea room, and the hostesses
were assisted in Serving by Miss Dnr-
uthy Fitchard. The club has over 80
members and Is taking an active in
terest in public and municipal af
fairs. Miss Amelia Tiabcock left Friday for
Hugeno, where she is the guest over
the week end of her cousin, Mrs. Frank
Jenkins. Hho is also a guest at the PI
MetivJ'hl sorority house, nnd will at
enirilursninrlty dance at Hotel Os
Iwrne this evening, other guests at the
lance are Miss Miriam Swartz, Miss
Maud McCoy, Miss Oretchen Brown
' Wins Emma Hnook and fllss Kate
nhatbuni, of Eiigcno,
As a pretty social compliment to
Miss Mildred Douglas, whose marringe
lo Chester Lee will be an event of the
near future. Mrs. .tnhn wni..- ..
and Dr. nnd Mrs. O. L. Scoll.
Little Harriett Winslow was guest
of honor at a pretty birthday partv
Monday afternoon nt the home of her
grandmother, Mrs. C. L. Prince. The
occasion being the first anniversary
of her birthday the - lovely birthday
ihkc, wnicn centered the table was
adorned with a single lighted candle.
uuesia at the pretty affuir were Miss
Harriett, Pauline Winslow, Maxine
Clark, Doris Clark, Edwurd Prince,,
Robert Prince, Airs. Jessie Prince, Mrs.
Fred Prince, Mrs. Nellie k'miv m.
J. (liven, Mrs. Clifton Ross, Mrs. Geo!
Winslow und Mrs. C. F. Prince.
Mrs. S. W. Selee attemlefl the meet
ing of the Eugene district of the Home
Missionary societies of the Methodist
church which was held In All.,, tv,i
week. She spoke in th? Interest of the
Aiemomsts- Old Peonies' Homo I.. tM
Accompanied by Mrs. J. N. Power,
formely of this citv hut
vullis, Mrs. O. E. Chuffee and daugh-
.e. wvien, wno nave been the guests
of Mis, J. H.irahani for the past three
weeks, will leave for their home In
Los Angeles In the near future. Mrs I
lower is recovering from a M mJ
ness and plans tn snen i ,.
In the southern California city.
A pretty weddlnir tnnl nio.. oi
vatlon army headquarters In Portland
nunauy artemoon, March 7, whon
Jllss Beaulnh O. Walling of this city
became the bride of Hubert O. Ab
bott, a shipping clerk of Portland
Mr. and Mrs. Abbott will make their
homo In the metropolis.
Culminating hist week's social act
ivities, the "five
which Mrs. n.W.-Laflar was hostess
Saturday night was an affair of com
Laflar residence were elaborately dec-
uiuieu wun a wealth of spring bins.
"01118, Mrs. A. lfl T.nfln- u.l....i
hostess in sening a three course
luncheon at the close of the Aviinfni,
The guest list Included Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. W. W.
has charge of the Cloverdale U. B
church, 446 Jessup street, Portland.
The regular Quarterly tea of the
Women's Home Missionary society of
tne Jason Lee Memorial church ma
observed Wednesday at the homo of
Mrs. J. F. DunlRD. 1311 North Fourth
street. An enjoyable time was had by
those in attendance. About 20 ladies
The home of Mrs. Averln Harris.
1031 Union street, was the scene r-t
a gay party Friday evening when the
jason iee jspworth League came in
a body to make merry. Contesting
game were followed bv th serving
oi delicious refreshments.
The Illlhee Country club announces
a formal ball at the club house Thurs
day, March 18. Arrangements are be
ing made tn have It thA htceet nini
event of the season. The decorations
are' In the hands of" the most compe
tent decorators in the citv. unit the
music will. be the best that can be
had. Committees are nn vcui wnfir ar
ranging each individual detail for the
It is sad to think of the old pion
eers who blazed the way for the
present generation of our citizens
who are swiftly psssins off the scene
of their early lafcdis.
P. H. D'ARtr.
Snrincfield tn Mai- i a tol.
rra m frnm fiwar-mtw r.lward T PH.
wards of New Jersey asking that his
name oe lert off the democratic bal
lots an ft nnilMftto f,ii nreslitpltr nt
the preferential primaries In Illinois
Tuesday April 13. was received by
Secretary of State Louis L. Emerson
Franrfs Wfiallnwav nf The Dulles
is a candidate for re-election as dis
trict attorney for Deschutes countv,
filing his. nomination petition today
With the secretni-v nf state's nfflpo fni
hvc uu me ucniocraiic primary um j
Portland. Mr m Fir father -ht
Lovejoy, who recently returned from
France 'where she was engaged In!
medical reconstruction work, has
announced her candidacy for the
democratic nomination for represent
ative In congress from the third Ore
gon (Portland) district. The primary
nominating election will be held In
St. Taul, Minn., Mar. 12. Gustar
Linguist chairman of the republican
state central committee today request
ed by , Senator Warren U Harding of
Ohio re have Harding's name removed
from ballots to be used at the repub-.
:lican presidential preferential primary
j Monday. Senator Harding said he did
not have time to make campaigns in
state where preference primaries are
to be held.
London, Mar. 13. The Imperial
College of Science and Technology
has arranged- to provide for six post
graduate scholarships for advanced
work and research in American iinl-
The Swuct Briar club met witli
Mrs. M. C. Pettys Wednesday after
noon. After a brief business session
the menlbcrs were entertained with
readings and music. A dainty lunch
was served. Guests nf rho elnh fnr
the afternoon were Mrs. A. II. Bunn
and Mrs. O. A. Noyes.
mien tJerttia Wnldorf, Miss Florence
'.Cunningham, Miss Elizabeth Halley
' Wi . Maurer, Mrs. Norvat Join,'
. hums jennie Host, Miss Buelah Hill
Wins Louise White. Mrs. E. Stratton!
1 Mrs. C. D. Ross nnd M,mi n i
it, 17, Willi
Anticipating the festivities ni-
.Patricks ilu.v, Mrs. A. C Ttnhi..tu,i.
was hostess at a Joyous party in hon
or of Erin's patron, last weelt -hn
jshe entertained the girls of the Rose-
11 a'lw "i.l, music and
ane i-i . . . '"""'i ' iuun , games, ami a dainty luncheon n-is
in ho o Tm ' '?""f Mfnsi served at a late hour. The guests
Mr IT, ? e'Hhth of I were Mss Elaine Chapln, Miss t !
Air. and Mrs Daue's wedding. Anev-U-hel Ruckles. Miss Wl ml ,-ed Lucas
yadlt'vTr r" d"n',"B' ft",owrt!s- Oavenport, Mss Te n
r" " I-. rJ.Tiieinm Johnson, Miss Elsio Lvlsley
ENOCH C. CHI RCHILL.
.The recent death of Enoch C.
Churchill has removed from our
midst one of the old-time residents
of the city of Salem and Marion
Mr. Churchill came from Boone
county, Illinois, where he was born
in 1841.. With his Onrenta - hv nv
teams across the plains. They settled!
near Hubbard in Marion county In
1847 He came to Salem in 1881 1
where ho enlisted In Company B,
First Oregon Cavalry, at the nee of
20 years and served with . r1latln,.H,m
in the army until the end of his en
liHtment. His conduct as a soldier was
exemplary in all respects.
The Comnanv wns stntlnneil fnr i
time at what was known as the Man
Bion House, a large building which
naa ueen used as a hotel, situated
on the west side of North liberty
street, between Mill Race and North
Mill Creek. This was tchtm T fit
met Mr. Churchill. I was a small child
at this time. My recollection of him
at that period Is indistinct
of my age. On his return from the
service in the army I became well ac
quainted with Mr. Churchill. I can
truthfully say that he was a man
affiorls men. At -all time noted for
the strictest Integrity. His character
und reputation above rem-naoh la a
citizen and business man he was sec
ond to none In the estimation of our
people who knew him. H wan
of the oldest residents of Mnrinn
The death of Mr. Churchill recalls
memories of the old dnv anrl nirt
friends that are no more. The loving
voices of old comoanions whn hnvA
gone forth never more in iupimiuo.
with us In the trials and vicissitudes
mixed with the pleasures nf life
which are the lot of nil nmfiaio i .
In his death Salem has lost one of!
its best citizens. The large attendance
When irtany people are
willing to allow their
names to be used
stating they have been
relieved and cured of
rheumatism by using
Anti-Uric, it must be
that this remedy has
Miss Emelia Hance,
219 Harrison Street,
San Francisco, is
willing to answer
any questions about
her experience with
this great, herbal
Anti-Uric is guaran
teed to give satisfac
tion or the money
spent for it will be
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