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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. ORE. SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1913.
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THOUGH tiMS 8. O. S. (Saleotttea
Over Sees) party driver ii so fat
ft thing of the past, that local
eciety had almost forgo ttea the event
ful fortnight, devoted so exclusively
to the gjniag of benefit parties, the
proceed of which were used eo outtit
i aad fomrarding aeveral boxei of
Jnmrios to the Salem soldiers . in
Vmttt, the soldiers themselves are for
from forgetting. The a O. 8. eommit
tee in charge hag. been receiving
sriee f interest ins; letters from the
Salem men attached to the service,
eutsida of Compear M, to whom indi
vidual gift boies were sent. Acknowl
edgement rf the large box sent to
Company M as a whole, has not yet
Among the local 1oys thus heard
from, as gratefully receiving- their
packets of luxuries from the home folk
are: Lieutenant Allan A- Bynon,
Ikyd A. Lee, Loon Hansn, 0. 1).
KowJe. The eommon aoa emphasized
aoHt strongly in all the letters is the
gratitude oif the boys, not alona for the
gift, but the friendly thought back
of the remembrances, which prompted . c.nca he
their sending. ; pffts of the. extreme heat
Lieutenant Bynon Kays m part: "It bang ox-perio-noed in Washington.
By CAROL a DIBBLE
er Bed Oroee organizations and war re
lief work in general.
The personnel of the tlub numbers
Mrs- Lawrenee T. Harris, Mrs. K. B.
Qoodia, Mrs. Kalpo , Glover, Mrs.
George E. Schaeier, Mrs. Arthur H.
Moore, Mrs. George W. Lewis, Mrs. K.
S. (ill line-ham. Mrs. F. O. Bowersox.
Mrs. Frederick Lamport, Mrs. George
Watson, Miss Caiiata Moors.
Governor tad Mrs. James Withy
combe are planning to leave Tuesday
for Union, Oregon, -where they will
Wait their son, Robert, and enjoy a
two weeks outing. Both Governor and
Mrs. Withyeombe have been under con
siderable strain for several months,
owing to the serious aad protracted ill
ness of their son, Larl, kdo is stUI in
a hospital at Washington, I. C- Miss
JUMl vv itnyctmbe, who is with her
brother writes that though slowly im
proving, hctr brother does not gain
strength as fast as desired. It-ig hoped
that it will be possible to bring him
home some time ocxt month, when a
more rapid recovery Is anticipated
removed from the dobiktat-
convalescent roeeoiUy enjoyed a visit
from Senator Chamberlain.
Dr. and Mrs. T. C. Smith, Jr., and
en, MKlcolm, keeomp$iiod by Mrs.
Smith 's mother, Mrs. M. A. Gof f, were
I'ortlnnd motorists over the week end.
Miss Ruth Moody of Everton, Wash
ington, is a guest of Mies Elizabeth
Mackory for the week end.
Mr 8. Seese of Poriland- is the
stuest of her daughter, Mrs. Charles .
Spauldin;r having motored hime with
Mrs. Hiuldrng and Miss lla Spauld
ing frenn Portland, cftor accompany
ing M:3 Spnulding's houscguost, Miss
wiara Hoau of Ilaho. that far on her
trip home. Miss Bean was planning to
stop en route a: Kpokaao. Thumdny,
Mrs. Kinuli ng, Mrs. rd"sc, Miss
Siuliling, Mrs. Walter L. Hpaiilding.
and Miss Rosa Hiene mctored to Mow-
berg to spend Iecoralion Uny.
Mrs. Walter L. Spauldling accompan-
led by Mins Ila Spaulding are spend
ing the week end in ("orvallis. Mr.
Spaulding is the guest of Miss Dorens
Eilioub at the Beta Tau ororily, while
MUs Simuhting will b entertained by
Mum Uortriulo East.
Mr. and Mrs. Imne Lee Patterson
entertained a group of Portland guests
on Memorial day. The party who nwrtor
ed Black the mime evening, comprised
Mrs. C. 8. Jwkson, Mrs, U. G. Louns
dule, Mr. anil Mrs. lioger B. Binnott
and JbVuucis Jackson,
Mr. and Mrs. 8. Guy Hargant oif Ban
Pruncisiio nro expected in Baleiu the
middle of June for a ehurt visit with
Salem friends. Mr. Sargent will stop
en route to Seattle on a business trip,
while Airs. Surgcnt v1ill remain in Sa
lem until his return.
Dr. Mrn Brown Tvnnn of Portland
the Willamette Hed Cros chapter. The is visitinir at the homo of her brother.
rlub moinlws individually have also Attorney General Georgo M. Brown,
Iimmi exceedingly active in various oth- for a few duys.
is indeed1 a pleasure, after being over
Here, onJy four months it is true, yet
loag enough to fed like a veteran, to
be remaiuiicred by those at home, and
to fl further reminded of something
whieh, we can never forget, and that
is, that we are fighting for the Head
quarters of Patriotic America, Salem,
Oregon. I lave seen very many pack
ages frcin America over here in France
nearly all of which have arrived in a
badly smasliod up condition. Your-box,
however, came to me in perfect shape,
aad I only hopo that every boy from
homo enjoyed his package as auch as
I didi mine."
Lloyd A. Lee of the signal corps
wrote as follows: "I received your
most welcome box yesterday and en
joyed it very much. The Oregon primes
will be enjoyed very much, lor I have
a pal ait the post bakery who has prem
ised to help eat a pie. French mud
seems more jleutiful than all Oregon
can produce, so the sonp will find
good us. Chocolate and candies srmie
times shock the diestivo system but
since 1 fomid smiic pepsin gum along
with the Miner things, all went well.
"Bert ap all however are the 'best
wishes' w'hiiih cime with tho box and
the knowledge, that our home folks
have not forgotten us. The fact that
the Amentcau people appreciate any
part we may have in this gigantic
struggle and are backing us to tho lim
it gives us all that is needed for any
t'ling that may come.
The. Monday Afternoon Bcide club
lield its final meeting of the year this
week, at the residence of Mrs, F. G.
Uowersox at Mnruiii;;sidc. Lovely Am
erican Beauty roses contributed effect
ive decoration fir the affair.,
Liist ifnll tho eliiib was ro-organized
iaUi tho Monday Afternoon Bed Cross
auxiliary, audi through the weekly tax
impit-d on the members has donated
the very satmfaetory sum of 72.IM to
D. H. MOSHER
High Class ladies' Tailoring
474 Court Street
The "Open House" ay at the lira
he golf hnks last Suudav proved so
popular, that it will probably develop
into aa annual event- une hundred and
fifty people motored out and enjoyed
the delicious luaca served by the" la
dies of tike elub. Sixteen members of
tho Portland golf ehib were the guests
of the local club, including Mr. and
Mrs. William Northrop, Mr. and Mrs.
J. U. Tuttle, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gross-
and Mrs. Geo. Anderson. Mr. and
..us. AdioSiih Buckvr, Mr. and Mrs.
J-iii.s Aa?iu, Dr. Clary, Dr. Willing,
J. t. Lijiler ajid John Gasraddew.
Aiiig the active " club members
now in France is Laurence Hofer, who
is stationed at a French naval base.
Walter L. McDougal, another member,
leaves for 'It- MieJJowell, California,
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Meyers, Mr.
iud Mns. .WailtOT Dctitoa and Mrs.
Gideon Steiner are planning a delight
'ful motoring trip up the Columbia
highway tomorrow. They will be joined
in Portland for the day's outing by
another party of motorists including
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Dick and Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Kerron.
Mr. and Mrs' Charles H. Fisher and
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sutherland return
ed from Irtlnnd last night, having
motored up for Memorial day.
Lieutenant J. H. Gamiob&t will ar
rive home Tuesday night on a short
furlough from Ft. Riley, Kansas. Tho
leaving for the east in a few days, he
will not Toturn to Ft. Riley, but wilt
be stationed at a cantonment on the
east coast Mrs. Garnjobst will accom
pany her husband on his return trip
Lieutenant Garnwbst is a member of
the medical corps.
"Tho Little Musicians" elub met
at Mrs- Waltr A. Denton's studio
last Saturday afternoon. It was their
fast class meeting of the season, flnd
an interesting program was given. The
mna'l pianists deserve much commenda
tion ifor their caeful study, and musical
tion for their careful study.and musical
were greatly pleased with the progress
shown since the last recital.
Those, taking part on the program
were Frances Maitin, Virginia Ber
per, Elizabeth and Margaret Lewis,
Helen Ashotaan, Ethelwynne Kelly,
Keiuiioitta and Norval Edwards, Mar
garet Steiner, Pauline Mnrnarch, Ro
vena Eyre, Maxine Glover, Domald Al
lison, Elbert Lachole, Jack Win to. Mrs.
Dontan will present her pupils in two
closing rex-it uls about the middle of
' Announcement has been received of
the marriage of Miss Eva Fisher to
Eugene Herman of Los Angeles, Cali
fornia. Mrs. Herman is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Fisher of 71)0
North Ohurch street. She will be re
membered as one of Salem's popular,
sehool teachers having taught at tho
Washington and Highland schools. She
is a graduate of the Salem high school
and tho Los Angelas normal and dur
ing the past year has been teaching at
la Verne, California. Mr. Herman is
assistant city surveyor of Los Angeles
but left soon after his marriago for
Fort Scott, San Francisco, where he
will enter the government war school.
Mrs. Hornnan will spend the summer
at Pomona, California, with her broth
er, Dr. W. L, Fisher.
Mrs. Warren Hunt passed Memorial
day in Corvallis, where she was the
guest of her aunt, Mrs. W, 8. McFad-dn.
The goMen wedding asnivemry of
Mr. d Mrs. W. H. binrpB was de
lightfully eelebrated last Sunday and
Monday at their residence oa the Gar
dee road. The date- of the anniversary
occurred on Sunday, the occasion being
marked by a pleasuiable family reun
ion. Mr. anl Mrs. rSmpsns aad their
daughter. Miss Ida Simpson, are act
ively ecwueted- with various patriotic
orgaauatichM, ix view cf which fact,
the anniversary festivities were ex
tended over into Mon lav, when mem
bers of the G. A. K and W. K, C.
gathered at the Simpson home for fur-
taer oooervaDeo of the event. The vis
itor brought baskets filled with dc
lectablo dainties, and at nocn, the as
sr.tubly of friends participated in a,
Mrs. Hulen Southwick made the pre
sentation of a haadsmie golden gift
to tho couple from the corps during tho
after sooa. Mrs. Soutawick ia tha de
partment chaplain of Oreion. A var
ied prosrraia followed. Mrs. Iiszie
Smiti, a past president, made a few
remarks appropria' to the occasion,'
Mrs. Southwick. and Mrs. F. E. Ziaa
gave sen-era) readings and a amber
of old tfashionrd songs were sung.
Mrs. G. E. Terwilliger recited a poem
entitled "Fifty Years Ago."
Tho -guests present were Mesdafnes
Mary E. Cook, Lida W. Aekerman,
Lizzie W. Smith, Hannah Higgins,
Fktrence E. ShLpp, Hattie M. Skelton,
Jennie Pope, Ruth , Dennison, Mrs.
Mary ftraggs, Marvelle MaKenie,
Laura MciAdams, Florence Splicer,
Snsaa Salmon, Sarah E. Drager, J. E.
Blodgett, Mary Follrich, F. E. Zinn,
Delia Clearwater, Hattie B. Cameron,
Helen M. Southwick, Norma N. Ter
williger, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. LaBare,
Mr. and Mrs. William Bouffleur, Mr.
and Mrs. E. E. Dennison, A B. Hudel
son and John P. Roberta
Rev. J. B. Buck was host to the altar
boys of St. Joseph 's Cathotfe church
at a pleasant pknie held Wednesday
at a picturesque spot several miles
south of Salem. The day was passed
with numerous outdoor diversions in
cluding rowing and swimming and va
rious games. Chaperones for the ooea
sioa were Mrs. James Heenan. -Mr
Joha Xarhman, Mrs. M. J. Prtzel, Mrs.
Thee. M. Burr aad Miss Clark. i
Word fcai ken received by Salem
friends of Miss Julia McFadden, who
Oregon about u weeks ago for
New Vcrk to take epe'ial Re 1 Cross
traiainj, thai she expects to sail for
Franee, shortly wirh a nur-s" unit.
Mi McFadden 's home is in Corval
Ks, but she received ner original train
ing at tae Good Samaritan hospital in
Pw-tJtod. She .omDaaied Uu Anna
Held as a nurse for several months,
prior to entering too Bed Cross ser
vice. Miss McFadden has a large cir
cle of Acquaintances ia Salem, being
frequently called here by her profes
Patriotic Mass Meeting
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, MARION AND K IMRTY
STREETS, MONDAY DINING, JUNE 3, 8 O'CLOCK.
Two Great Addresses:
THE MORAL AIMS OF TIIE WAR
By DR. SIDNEY L. GULICK, OF NEW YORK
THE PROBLEM OF WORLD RECONSTRUCTION,
DR. GEORGE W. NASMITH, OF WASHINGTON, D. C.
Patriotic Songs led by Rev. H. N. Aldrich.
No Admission Everybody Invited
As an itlut.ation of how the fame
of Oregon rosea has reached the in
land cities, the following from a Kan
sas City paper, eroeerning a unique
rose-tea ior the Red Cross, will be of
interest to Salem rcee growers. The
hostess-to-be an Oregon woman,
having resided in Portland:
"When the warm sun shines and the
fection the rosr. in Kansas Citv, thVre ?nt rose PetaI lu Mft nk wrr orated with masses cf .Jbe brilliant
is going to be a rose tea for the bene- pings, will be sold to those who long ; California ptypies. An especially pleas
fit cf the Red Cross in the lovely rose for rose pillows aud rose jars; great: ant social afternoon was enjoyed by the
to the rose tea Prettv girls and young dies of the PuMic Servi-e commission
matrons will serve tea. ices and Etuall f' Wedalay afterno-.-. at the res-
. . ideme of Mrs. Iavus on Fairmount
cakes in the rtBe covered pergola, fra- Hi,, handsomelv rt.
gardea of Mrs. Ernest Ellsworth Smith tinted petals will be candied and sold
at 814 Westover road, Sunset hilL for the tea table; baskets of the lovc
" Although it will be July before the i.v flowers, tiny baskets and great pas
roses reach the eJiinai of "their glory, kets made from straw hats, will be
Mrs. Smith is already making plans sold by stnaB girls in white frocks and
for the event, which will be charac- pink sashes.
terized by many novel features. The. "There will be buttonieres, too, for
rose garden alcne, containing sevoral ; the men, anil as though the pretty
hundred rare plants, scattered all over girls and lovely blossoms were not
the handsome grounds, will be well enough to coax money for Ked Cross
-ni-ti oecfinff t)n tieilue nf roses is work, there will be sougs and music
50 feet long and several others are
nearly that length.
"All of the roses came from Ore
gon, and have thriven and blossomed
in a marvelous way. There are many
varieties, none 'common, from the lit
tle sweetheart rose to the ravishing
pink Caroline Testout, a prize winner
much sought atter by florists.
from Kansas City 's best musicians, all
"The exact da'e for Mrs. Smith's
tea is not set; the roses have to be
consulted about that. But at any rate,
it is going toi be a society event well
worth waiting for until July."
Mrs h. C. Davis and Mrs. Frank J.
"But to go back, or rather forward, J Miller were joint hostesses for the la-
lub members and a few additional
gues's iivludiiif, Mr S. S. Fast, Mrs.
F. fc Shafer, Mrs. F. V. Buchner and
Mrs. Joseph Robinson of New York
The club will lie entertained next
time by Mrs. Will T. Neill and Mrs
W. D. Clark, at the home of the for
mer ,1-0 North Seventeenth street.
Mi-J Inez. Cioltin went to Portland
ycs.orday tor a short stay. -
A pretty home wedding look place
Thursday afternoon, when Airs. Mae
IMlle of Salem and A. W. Duell of
Marshfield were quietly married at
the residence of the bride V ' cousin,
Rev. and Mrs- H. E. Pemberton, on
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