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Salem members of ths O. A.
R Ladies of the Grand Army of
the Republic, Woman's Relief
Corps, and Daughters of Veterans
returned to Salem the latter part
of the week, enthusiastic over
their reception at the hands of lo
cal members In Newport, at the
annual convention of the orders
held In that place. 8alem was
largely represented, and honored
with a number of appointments
of prominent offices and commit
tees. Miss Julia Webster, president
of the local tent, Daughters of
Veterans, was elected department
Junior vice president; Mrs. C. M.
Lock wood was named a member
of the council, and ifiss Marie
Bennett and Miss Thede Mc
Adams were chosen to serve as
" department color bearers. Mrs.
William J. En tress will act as
atate press correspondent.
Mrs. Norma Terwllllger had
the honor of being selected as a
delegate to the national conven
tion of the G. A. R. to be held In
September, in Des Moines, Iowa,
and was also named department
Mrs. Terwllliger, as department
patriotic .instructor, was called
upon to make the presentation
speech, when the state W. n. C.
made a gift of a large flag to the
Newport high school.
The local members of the
Daughters of Veterans were invit
ed to put on a demonstration of
Initiatory work, the Salem tent
being considered the banner tent
Grants Pass extended an Invi
tation for the encampment to be
held there next year, when not
only members will be entertain
ed but their families also, a visit
to the renowned Josephine Caves
to be on the program.
Among the local women rep
resenting the Salem tent of the
Daughters of Veterans were: Miss
Julia Webster, Mrs. Etta Ross,
Mrs. Mabel Lockwood, Mrs. Mary
Cook, Mrs. Jennie Pope.'Mrs. W.
J. Entress, Mrs. Lizzie Waters,
Mrs. LaMolne R. Clark, Miss
Marie Bennett and Miss Thede
The local chapter of the Wo
man's Relief Corps sent the fol
lowing: Mrs. Ida Tragllo, Mrs.
Mary Shaln, Mrs. Sarah Peter
son, Mrs. Hattle Cameron, Mrs.
Koon, Mrs. A. B. Huddleson, Mrs.
F. B. Southwlck, Miss Mary
Briggs, Mrs. Mary Watson, Mrs.
Burnt) Drager, Mrs. Florence
Bpencer, Mrs. Vera Glover, Mrs.
Julia Blodgett, Mrs. Antoinette
Bennett, Mrs. Jennie Pope, Mrs.
W. J. Entress, Mrs. Norma Ter
wllliger, Mrs. Lizzie W. Smith,
Mrs. Nell Royal, Mrs. Alma Hen
derson, Mrs. Louise King, Mrs.
LaMolne R. Clarke and Mrs. Gid
Nurses Return Home
From National Convention
The Salem nurses who attend
ed the national convention of
nurses associations, just closed In
Seattle, for the moBt part return
ed to Salem Sunday. Two of the
local girls. Miss Dorothy Wliipp
and Miss Rose Ilartruff went on
for a short outing at Rainier Na
tional park, and two others. Miss
Grace Taylor and Miss Ruth Hon
or, stopped off In I'ortlund over
the week end to particlpute in the
reception and Columbia highway
trip given In honor of all visiting
The next national convention
to be held in 1924 will take place
In Detroit, Mich.
Here for Several Days
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Walton are
entertaining as their guests for
several days. Mr. and Mrs. R. J
Rodgers and son Glen, of Strath-
more, California. The visitors ar
rived Friday and will remain un
til the latter part of the week.
On Reception Committee
Governor Olcott was asked to
serve on the reception committee
formed to honor the large dele
gation of nurses who attended the
convention in Seattle last week.
and who were In Portland ever
the week end. The reception was
held Saturday evening.
Folk from Honolulu
Visit Eelatives Here
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Colin are
entertaining as their guests, Ittelr
son and daughter In law, Mr. and
Mrs. Alton J. Colin, and their
daughters, Lois and Ruth, who
arrived in the city yesterday from
Honolulu. They will be here for
several weeks. Mr. Cohn is a
commission broker In Honolulu.
T Home in Newport
Miss Agnes Ashley and her
niece Miss Rebecca Ashley have
returned to their home In New
port, after visiting with friends
in Portland and Salem.
From San Francisco
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Trait re
turned home the Inst of the week
from 6an Francisco, where they
went to attend the Shrine con
Fait Officers Are
Retained for Coming- Tear
At the annual business meeting
of the Ladles' Aid society of the
First Presbyterian church, held
Friday afternoon at the residence
of Mrs. James W. Lewis, the fol
lowing officers were unanimous
ly reelected: Mrs. A. Y. Marcus,
president; Mrs. J. W. Harbison,
vice president; Mrs. C. C. Kelley,
secretary and Mrs. James W. Lew
Following the business session
guests moved out onto the
porches and spacious lawn, where
a social hour was enjoyed, a fea
ture of which was the vocal con
tribution pf Mrs. Ward Willis
If Guest at Party
Miss Margaret Graham of
Portland, a guest of Mrs. C. E.
Bates last week, was the Inspira
tion for the informal evening of
cards, which Mrs. Bliss L. Darby
gave Thursday evening. Addition
al guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Frank G. Bowersox, Dr. and Mrs,
C. E. Bates, Miss Florence Ma
Gregor, O. Conner of Portland,
and Dr. W. W. Looney.
Miss West leave
For Outing at Seaside
Miss Rejina West of Portland,
after passing a week In Salem, as
the guest of her cousin, Mrs.
Bliss Darby, left for T'ortland the
last of the week, where she ex
pected to Join Judge and Mrs.
William N. Gatens, and go with
them to Seaside for an outing.
Whites to leave
On Two Weeks Trip
Mr. and Mrs. 11. O. White and
their son Lowell White are leav
ing after the Fourth, for a motor
trip to the Tillamook beaches.
They expect to be away two
Miss Godfrey is
Is Convalescing from Operation
The friends of Miss Emma
Godfrey will be glad to know
that she Is convalescing from her
recent illness, at her home, 405
North Liberty street.
Away on Brief Outing.
Miss Miriam Anderson and
Miss Mabel Savage of the. Y. W.
C. A. left yesterday for a few
days outing ut the Tillamook
beaches. They accompanied Mr.
and Mrs. II. S. Glle, the party to
be away until after the Fourth
Closes Annual Eeunion
The Relnhart family which has
Just closed Its annual reunion in
Sal em, entertained as Its most (lis
tlngulsbed guest during the per
iod, Mrs. Sarah E. Crum, of At
llngton, the oldest member of the
family present, Mrs. Crum being
79 years old. More than sixty
members of the clan gathered tor
the three day celebration, which
was the twentieth one. The next
reunion will take place in Eu
War Mothers Not
To Meet Until September
Mrs. John A. Carson, president
of the local chapter of the Amer
lean War Mothers, announces that
there will be no further meetings
of the organization until fall, the
season opening on the second
Tuesday In September. Members,
however, will be subject to special
call at any time.
Little Portland Girl
Visits Cousin in Salem
Little Doris Buck of Portland
Is spending a week In Salem, com
ing up to be tho guest of her
cousin, Marjorle Webb, at tho C
B. Webb residence.
From Month in Fast
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Whit
more returned to Salera Friday
night from a month's absence In
the east. Places of principal i
portance on their Itlnary were
Chicago and St. Louis.
Will Spend Outing
In Southern Oregon
Mrs. Aubrey Johnson and small
sun went to Scio the last of the
week, where they were to Join
relatives. From there all were to
go to southern Oregon, where
tiicy will spend several weeks.
Miss Pearce to
Spend Fourth at Cascadia
Miss Helen Pearce accompan
ied Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Al
bert and Mrs. J. C. Griffith to
Cascadia yesterday, the group to
remain until after the Fourth.
Couple to Spend
Holiday in Newport
Mr. and Mrs. Fred' Gooch will
spend the mid-week in Newport,
going over this evening.
Mrs. Hopkins Here
For the Week End with Pearces
Mrs. T. U. Hopkins left for her
home in Albany Sunday night.
She came up the last of the week
to accompany the Salem group
down to the Portlsnd-Salem pic
nic at Laurelhurst.
Girls Enjoy Short
Outing at Newport
Mis lnes Fltts and Miss Mary
Logan of McMlnnvllIe left fr
N'ewport Saturday expecting tc
be away until arter the Fourth.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL SALEM, OREGON
D CLUB NEWS
A large number of Salem folk
motored to Portland Saturday to
participate In the annual Salem-
Portland picnic, which was held
in Laurelhurst park. Old-time
friends met and exchanged rem
iniscences, the day being passed
in this delightfully Informal man
ner. The origin of the city, of Sa
lem, the establishment of Willam
ette University, the construction
of the capitol building and the
tales of hardship of the early
pioneers were all revived.
The reunion and picnic had all
the characteristics of the annual
meeting of the Oregon pioneers,
for the ex-Salemltes who gather
ed the last of the week were
not only cbe sons and daughters
of these pioneers, but many were
pioneers themselves, who hat
made the trip across the continent
In the old prairie schooner.
More than three hundred at
tended the picnic, including the
following from Salem: Mrs. Geo.
J. Pearce, Mre. E. C. Small, Mrs.
C. P. Bishop, Mrs. William P.
Lord, Mrs. Alice II . Dodd, Mr. and
Mrs. A. N. Noores, Mrs. P. H.
Raymond, Mr.' and Mrs. C. S.
Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Weller, Mr. and Mrs. Hal D. Pat
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Albert,
Mrs. George F. Rodgers, Miss Jo
sephine Albert, Miss Dorothy
Pearce, Miss Helen Pearce, Miss
Elizabeth Lord, Ronald Frizzell,
Murray Wade, P. H. D'Arcy and
Mrs. T. G. Hopkins of Albany and
Miss Effie Kroll of Oakland.
From the days when Jason Lee
mission stood where the city of
Salem is now located and the
state of Oregon was then but a
part of the great Oregon territory,
to the present, these citizens have
remained loyal to their little city.
Each year the reunion of former
Salem residents presents a roll
call equalled only by that of the
annual reunion of the Oregon
The first white child born in
Salem and former senators, rep
resentatives and governors were
gathered together at the reunion
The honor of bedng the first white
child born there goes to Maria
Campbell Smith, born October 25,
1841, when Selem was Jason Lee
mission. The distinction of being
the second white child to be born
In the capital city and the first
male child belongs to George P.
Holman, born February 6, 1842.
These two "children," as the other
Salem residents are wont to call
them, were rocked In the same
cradle, and In the first cradle
made In Marlon county. The
cradle was carved by Mr. Hol
The program began at 4 o'clock
when Mrs. T. T. Geer, president
of the association, Introduced the
first speaker, Helen Chamberlain,
president for the past year of the
Oregon State Pioneer association.
Miss Chamberlain read a paper on
the life of Thomas Gatch, former
president of Willamette univer
sity and a familiar character to
all old residents of the state. An
other feature of the program
which centered about Willamette
university was the address by
Olive E. Enrlght, who told tales
of Willamette in the days of Lucy
Reminiscences bj' the former
residents then took up the pro
gram, lhe following responding to
the roll call: J. K. Gill, George
B. Holman, C. B. Moores, Maria
Campbel Smith, Ralph A. Watson,
Frank Hodgklns, W. O. Elliott,
Jr., Judge P. H. D'Arcy, Colonel
Robert A. Miller, Mrs. Gatens.
Mrs. D. A. Wattors, Chester Mur
phy, Bert E. Haney and Bertha
A picnic dinner was served on
the tables shortly after 6 o'clock
and after dinner the election of
officers for the coming year toot
Mrs. Headrick to Be
Soloist at Badio Concert
Mrs. Mary Talmadge Headrick,
talented local violinist, and ad
vanced pupil of William Wallace
Graham, has been secured as so
loist for the Tuesday concert, to
be broadcasted from the Wlllard
P. Hawley station In Portland to
morrow evening. Mrs. Headrick
will be accompanied by Miss Ruth
Bedford at the piano. They will
go to Portland tomorrow. Miss
Beatrice Shelton to go down with
Salem Folk in
Albany Over Mid-week
Mrs. George J. Pearce. Mrs. E.
C. Small and Miss Dorothy Pearce
have gone to Albany, where they
will remain through the mid week
for over 75 years hat
rKtd upon Gouraud'i
Owntal Cream to kttp
the skin and complex
Ion in perfect condition
through the strtn of
lh season's activities,
Smd 15 t. tot
FTJtn.T. HOPtldS t SOW
Girls of Treasurer's
Office Plan Pleasant Surprise
Girls, employed In the state
t ral ,1 TUT s office, planned aa
enjoyable surprise Thursday eve
ning, the affair, whlcn was neio
t h home of Miss Bessie Don
aldson, honoring Miss Marls
Poppe. Guests gathered on the
lawn, which was lighted with
Japanese lanterns. The honoree,
who Is a bride-elect, was shower
ed with pretty gifts during the
course of the evening.
Those oartlclpatlng were Miss
Pnnne Miss Eunane Craig, Miss
T....I. Miller. Miss Evelyn Stev
enson, Miss Frances Gelately,
Miss Edna Simonton, Miss Gene
Belle, Miss Margaret Myers, Miss
tfllen Hodson. MisB Flora Turn-
bull, Miss Clara Ahren, Miss Ger
trude Frazier, Miss Emile Ivison,
Mlas Caroline Nerod, Miss Zelma
Bush, Miss Sylvia Marsters, Miss
Eulalie Lindsay, Miss Helen Bal
lard, Miss Edna McElhaney, Miss
Katherine Lynch, Miss Emily
Donaldson. Mrs. William Donald
son, Mrs. Oral Lemon, Mrs. Leon
Rarrlck. Mrs. Hutton, Mrs. V. a.
Sever, Mrs. E. A. Kesar and Mrs.
Wedding is Announced of
Oregon City Girl to Salemite
Announcement Is made of the
marriage of Miss Dorothy Staf
ford of Oregon City, to Harold
Chaolin Miller, the event taking
place June 14th, at the home of
the bride's mother, Mrs. Clayton
Stafford of Oregon City.
The hride is well known music
ally, specializing in pipe organ
and piano at Willamette univer
sity. Mr. Miller is a graduate of
the local university, member of
the Sigma Tau fraternity and
served in the world war for more
than two years overseas. He is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Miller, prominent pioneers of
Miss Slater Home
After Winter in the East
It will interest a large num
ber of Salem folk to learn that
Miss Lillian Slater, daughter of
Judge William Slater, of Port
land, formerly of Salem, has re
turned to Portland, following a
winter of musical study In New
Salem Folk Beturn
From Stay in Newport
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Stone have
returned to their home In Salem,
after an extended visit with Mr
and Mrs. Charles E. Freeland of
Newport. The latter are former
Oklahoma Visitors at
Jones Home "Labish Meadows"
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis H. Jones of
Muskogee, Oklahoma, arrived
last week, and will spend about
two months at Mr. Jones' boy
bood home, the M. L. Jones
ranch, "Labish Meadows," north
Miss Calvert on
Annual Trip to Newport
Miss Jennie Calvert has gone
to Newport, where she will enjoy-
an extended outing, according to
her annual custom.
Mrs. Thomas and Children
Beturn to Home in Seattle
Mrs. A. 0. Thomas, and her
children Aliss and Carvell, who
have been spending a week with
the former's parents, Dr. and
Mrs. W. C. Kantner, left this
morning for their home in Seattle.
Mrs. Dye's Book
May Be Dramatized
Mrs. Eva Emery Dye, Oregon
City author, who has lectured In
Salem, has offered to allow the
dramatization of all her numer
ous works on Oregon history by
Mrs. Ada Losh Rose, pageant di
rector. It is expected that an an
nual pageant will be started short
ly, the Idea being to build up the
pageant year by year, In order to
make a gigantic spectacle around
the 1929 centeniai.
In Beunion Over Week End
Miss Lena Belle Tartar Is
spending the week end in Corval-
lis, where she went to attend
family reunion, attendant on the
forty fourth wedding anniversary
of her parents, Prof, and Mrs. N.
RASH ON FACE
Burned Something Awful.
LostSleep. Cuticura Heals.
" A rash broke out on my face,
arms and limbs, which later turned
to large, hird, red pimples.
They were very itchy, caus
ing me to scratch, and
burned something awful.
My face was disfigured and
I was ashamed to go any
where. 1 lost many a
" The trouble lasted four months.
I began using Cuticura Soap and
Ointment and In one month was
healed, after using three boxes of
Ointment, together with the Soap."
(Signed! R. Andersen, 2946 Fulton
St., Chicago, 111.
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Talcum your daily toilet preparations.
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' Soap ft I"-unt I mo SOr TidrajSe.
Zi'& C iitic M Sm h.T. witkowt mum.
Miss Dorothy Ettlnger of Port
land, who Is to come to Salem to
participate In the Willamette Val
ley Tennis tournament this week,
Saturday won the 1922 girls'
championship of the Portland
Tennis Center. She won her title
on the Irvlngton club courts,
when she defeated Miss Ann
Towey in the final match.
The scores of the match were:
A large representation of wo
men players and followers of the
sport from Albany, Eugene, Cor
vallis, McMlnnvllIe, Hood River
and Portland are expected to ar
rive in the city tomorrow and
Wednesday to watch the work in
the current tournament. This will
be seventh annual event and will
be staged here beginning Wed
nesday and concluding Saturday.
The tournament is being held un
der the auspices of the United
States Lawn Tennis association,
of which the local club is a mem
Mr. and Mrs. Patton Hear
Sons Here Saturday Night
Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Pat-
ton of Portland came up to Sa
lem Saturday to be with their
sons Lowell, Donald and Gault,
feature artists on the week end
Chautauqua program. This was
the first time the family had
been in reunion since April.
During their brief stay in the
city Mr. and Mrs. Patton were
quests of Dr. and Mrs. W. C.
Kantner, old time friends, Dr.
Kantner being a former pastor
of the Patton family's church in
Lowell and Gault will study
music in New York city this win
ter, the other member of the trio,
Donald, to continue his musical
work in San Francisco.
Family leaves for
Extended Eastern Trip
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Worth and
daughter, Miss Helen Worth, left
yesterday for an extended eastern
trip, that will take them to Chi
cago, New York, Cleveland, Phil
adelphia and Mr. Worth's old
home in Charlottstown, Prince
Edward Island, Canada. They will
be away two months, returning
home via Canada and Seattle.
CONVICTS TAKE GAME
FROM PORTLAND BANKERS
Penitentiary ball players won
an easy victory over the Portland
Bankers In the game played yes
:erday at the Institution by a Bcore
t 16 to 1.
Crossby, pitching for the "cons'
took the Portlanders down in fast
succession and was given good
support by .his team mates.
Tomorrow the "cons" will play
the Fulton Athletic club which
has given them the only trimming
jf the year. The "cons" however
expect to win the game and will
use their first string players.
Our Idea of dangerous occupa
tions 1 the attempt of some news
papers to select the twelve great
est women In America.
used to be plain
NOW it it possible for
even the plainest
woman to be realty attrac
tive, even though her hair
is straight, lifeless and full
The new Wildroot treat
ment soon makes a remark
Hut Tonx: Liquid Shampoo
For salt hy
Dart'l J. Fry, Druggist
Totaling 99,787 lines ap
peared In The Capital Journal
during the six months ending
June 30, 1922, not including
real estate and classified drlec
of 92S ads over the same period
a year ago.
The Capital Journal carries
double the number of Want
Ads of any paper in the field
Want Ads Pay
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