THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1919. PAGE THREE Attention Red Cross Auxiliaries of Salem THE LAST RED CROSS DRIVE FOR USED AND SURPLUS CLOTHING BEGINS MONDAY, MARCH 24TH AND ENDS SATURDAY, MARCH 29 The following territory has been allotted to you, for which you are respon sible. Appoint a good strong committee to make a house to house canvass in your district, and when you have the clothing ready for us, we will send for it. The collection days for the various districts will be announced later. ST. JOSEPH'S AUXILIARY- 1 Mill street to Mission street, Church street to the river. 2 Church street to 12th street, Ceenter street to Court street. RAPHATERIANS AUXILIARY 1 State street to Mission street; 12th street to 15th street. 2 State street to Center street; 14th street to 18th street. CONGREGATIONAL AUXILIARY- " . l---12th street to Church street; Center street to the River. - 2 Church street to the River; Court street to North Mill Creek. W. R. C. AUXILIARY 12th street to the River; Market street to North Mill Creek. HIGHLAND AUXILIARY- South street North to the City limits; Fairgrounds Road to the River. STATE SCHOOL FOR DEAF Mr. Tillinghast. GARDEN ROAD AUXILIARY From Garden Road to the City Limits North; S. P. Ry. to City limits east NORTH SALEM AUXILIARY- 12th street to High street; Market street to South street. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST AUXILIARY , High street to the River; Market street to South street. ENGLEWOOD AUXILIARY - Center street to Garden Road; S. P. Ry. to East City limits. ASYLUM- Mrs. Dr. Steiner. PIETY HILL AUXILIARY- 1 Court street to Mission street; 12th street to Church street. 2 Church street to the River; Mill street to Court street. BAPTIST AUXILIARY . Mill street to State street; Church street to the River. ST. PAUL'S AUXILIARY- State street to North Mill Creek; 12th street to 14th street. METHODIST EPISCOPAL AUXILIARY- 19th street to 25th street; State street to the Turner road. LUTHERAN AUXILIARY " 15th street to 19th street; Turner road to State street. -FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH AUXILIARY- S. P. Ry. to Berry street; Mission street to South City limits. PRESBYTERIAN "AUXILIARY- Mission street to Owens street; High street to South City limits. GOLDEN HOUR AUXILIARY- Owens street to LeFelle street; High street to the River. -...'. LUELLA KIMBALL AUXILIARY- ' -' LeFelle street to the South City Limits High street to the River. , SOUTH SALEM FRIENDS LeFelle street to the South City Limits; High street to Berry street. COMMUNITY AUXILIARY- - West Salem. - . Women of Salem JUST TRY TO IMAGINE OVER A MILLION AND A HALF PEOPLE WITH NOTHING IN THE WORLD BUT WHAT THEY HAVE ON THEIR BACKS, AND A FEW LITTLE TREASURES THAT THEY WERE ABLE TO CARRY IN THEIR HANDS WHEN THEY WERE DRIVEN FROM THEIR HOMES ALL OVER EUROPE DURING THE VARIOUS GERMAN OCCUPATIONS'. Then dig into your closets, trunks, and boxes and haul out those perfectly good clothes that you can very well do withoutalso those old shoes which are whole, but out of date or outgrown and those baskets and bundles full of outgrown but not worn out baby clothes. Don't you think it selfish to keep them locked up indefinitely, when there are so many people to whom they would bring comfort and joy? If your district is not mentioned above telephone to 139 if it is not possible to bring the things to the USED AND SURPLUS CLOTHING HEADQUARTERS at 123 North Commercial, just north of the U. S. National bank, and we will gladly send for them.' WILLAMETTE CHAPTER AMERICA RED CROSS medals will be distributed in Marion I county according to Miss Beatiys ea itiniate. l Mrs. W. H. Lerchen of tic Court , apartments will leave tomorrow for a I six weeks visit with her parents in jSan Francisco. Air. Lercheu will c i company her as f!r Medt'ord. ijiiday oveninfe; was the 'occasion for a happy home coming; dinner at the J. J. Aekerman residence, 130 Ow en street, at which sergeant major Glenn Aekerman was the guest of hon or. The table was artistically centered with yellow narcissi and. the rooms appropriately decorated with choiee sprang ESowers. Air. Aekerman, wno held the position of highest non-commissioned officer in the army has been with the American expeditionary forc es in France and his return was the source of great joy to his relatives and numerous friends An attractive picture of Miss Eliz abeth Levy appeared in the music sec tion of the Portland paper last Sun day and was accompanied fry the fol lowing item: "Miss Elizabeth Levy of Salem, Or., is a leading violinist in her section, and ofron is m active demand to appear at public concerts, and re citals. She is a competent, finished violinist." SOCIETY. 1 sic By GEETRUDE EOBISON (Continued from.Page 2.) pleasure at having recently been made a memlbcr of the leagu. Following the recital given by the pupils of Mrs. V7 A. Denton last Sat urday afternoon, anotheT one of unus nal interest was presented Monday eve aing by a number of more advanced pupils. Several of the numbers were exceptionally well rendered. The pro gram foW , March . Crammond Mark. Waldespel - Romance -" Streabog Edith Brown Spring Blossoms' Engelmann Lola Biggin fXold at Twilight Huerter Grace Gesler Valse Caprice . achs Eugenia Savage, Ethelwynne Kelly Bweit Lavender Zitte-Lynn Mariam Swartz Dance Caprice ---rnvT G"eg Margaret Griffith Spanish Serenade Evamj Ho a Humming Bird ........ a&" Ethelwynne Kelly On the Water Erenow Jo the Fire (Ply Gronow Donald Allison ,. A Dream ............ J (The Joyful PeasantSchumana-Hartyi Elbert Lchela TiU I Wake WoodfordeJ.nden Kashmiri's Song Woodfor.le-Finden Florence Elgin Second Mazurka Godard Jcnnelle Yandervort How a Hoosier Described Bulben- stein's Playing Ethelwynne Kelly Bustle of Spring Linding Eugenia Savage Minuet in G ..... Paderewski France Hodge Le Papillon ....j.... Lavalee Charlotte Horning Drifting Friml Hungarian Polka Alfolfly Mildred Bnink The Salem Women's Press club will be entertained tomorrow evening at the home of Mr and Mrs. E. A. McEl- vain on South Liberty street. Miss Irene Curtis, of the Oregon Ag ricultural college arrived in Salem to day. She will visit for a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Curtis at their horqe on South Oommeremi street. The Lincoln junior high school has closed its musical term after twenty four weeks of conscientious labor un der the able direction of Miss Lua Smith. Friday morning a lovely pro gram wb rendered by the students as a farewell to Miss Smith. Among the numbers presented were: Piano solo Helen Walcher. Girls sextet Margaret Kiibber, Anna Mclntyre, Helen Walcher, Helen Arp ke, Clemma Sander, Odile Matthews, Helen Pollock Duct Lois Fellows and Elaine C'ha pin. Dance Loretta Varley, Roberta Hansen. Recitation Ruth Coppoek. Quartet 4 Manning Bross, Cecil Thompson, Dayol Chapin, Donald Ed mundsen. .. " . Piano solo ClareTnee Wenger. Star Spangled Banner. Mr. and Mrs. W. Giles of Nebraska, avenuo, are soon leaving Salem on an extended visit in Nebraska, and other eastern points. A few of their friends, particularly those who have been mem bers of tho (Bible class that Mrs. Giles has taught so faithfully for many months, took her completely by sur prise Thursday afternoon. Violetyj and daffodils as usual at this time of year gave the rooms a spring like attire, Mrs. H. Rawson joined the festive group a little late and took a snap shot of all present, that Mrs. Giles might have a pleasant reminder of her friends, and also as a small token of appreciation , felt Joy all for Mrs. Giles faithful work in the Englewood Unit ed Brethren Sunday school, these la dies presented her with a knitting hag of the usual good size capacity. Mrs. H. Pascoe making the presentation. Th eguests had brought a delicious lunch which was served by Mrs. Frank H. Neff and- Mrs. Albert Fuestman. Among others present were Mrs. Al phonzo Palmer, Mrs. H. Richmond, Mrs. E. Hoxie, Mrs. F. 8. Schnltz. Mrs. McDonald, Mrs. H. Rawson, Mrs. L. Moody, Mrs. Ben Davis, Mrs. D. Light foot Mrs. J. Garnell, Mrs. Harry Howe, Mrs. F. W. Castle and Mrs. H. Pascoe. . - Mary Lynon, treasurer of the. na tional woman's liberty loan commit tee, has announced that women work ers in the various liberty loan drives are te be awarded medals, two million of which are made from captured ene my eannon. Miss Mattie Beatty, chairman of the Marion county women -workers, has ap pointed committees to compose a list of those entitled to the honor, naming Mrs. Lawrence T Harris, Mrs. Charles Wellcr and Mrs. William Hamilton as the Salem committee. About 75 or 100 !, ' j f V v ; V , i i ' I ! t MRS. MrNNIE MAUCY BATES President of the Luolla club The Luella club of tlie Kimball School of Theology composed chiefly of pastors wives, 'met at Mrs. Edwin Sherwood's home Friday afternoon. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, Mrs. Minnie Marcy Bates; vice president, Mrs. J. D. Woodfin; secretary -treasurer, Mrs. Anna Boyston. LIVESLEY NEWS. (Capital Journal Special Service.) Livesley, Or., March 22. Mcblo Hon- mgson has accepted a position as trav eling salesman fox a, Portland chemical company. "fi Miss Madge Walker, who is teaching in the Kaiser Bottom school, spent the week end at the home of her friend, Mary Burgult. Lillian and Fay LaBranch of Gwmer spent the week end with their little friend Juhn Query. .Miss Gladys Bresler entortaincd in honor of her guest, Miss Virgil Miles and Miss Eliua Lcsper of Salem. All report a jolly time. " Willi.am Dewitz' homo was the scene of a jolly dancing .party one evening this week. Albert Blankcnship's schoolmates planned a pleasant surprise on him Mon day evening, it being Ins birtnclay. Miss Helen King, who had the miB fortune t0 sprain her ankle, is heme for a couple of wcoks from O. A. (J., where she is attending college. The M. E. church is being repaired and redecorated, and the ground cleared which is an improvement in our burg. Mrs. Ivan Cook and sons, Jav and Ed ward, spent Sunday at the homo of F. Burgult. " , Jay and Ed HaniBbery are again em- nloved at the T. A. Livesley ranch. Jay just received his discharge from tho U. S. A. service. Albin Heningson had the lofty job of ABSOLUTEY the best substitute for house cleaning is "WALFET" it is cheaper. Can be pasted to the walls. Keeps out the wind and MAKES SMOOTHER WALLS Let us show vou BURENS FURNITURE STORE Commercial Street Phone 131 1 f.Ml iLbpa kmc, . Many new arrivals in Rugs, Grass Rugs, Fibre Rugs, etc. Our stock is clean and you will find it a very satis factory place to select what you want in home furnish ings. A big line of the latest things in drapes arrived during the past week. We can furnish your drapes made and hung at very small extra cost. The n . w? " Is the latest thing in Suction Cleaners. More pull and more dirt taken from your carpets is what we guarantee in the Apex. Let us send one today. Sold on easy pay ments. THE BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPH Is talking and singing its way into the hearts of every lover of music. The Brunswick has a soft natural tone, unlike other machines. Let us send one to your home for demonstration. C. S. Hamilton 340 Court Street . LI mm i drug falling tho trees in front of the church Little June Edwards is again well, after a light case of mumps. There are a- number of farmers put ting ot new aereago of berries and oth er fruit. Let the good idea continue. G. R. Hurd and son aro pulling up a fine lot of wood for C. D. Query. N. Kugcl enjoyed a short visit from his brother, J. P. Kugel of Portland. Mrs. W. Dennis of Nowberg arrived Thursday for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. H. B. Carpenter. G. A. McKay Receives Carrier Appointment (Capital Journal Spocial Service.) Turner, Or., March 21. George Al bert McKi;y has been appointed as rural mail carrier on route No. 2. Mrs. , Guy Hobson has been substitute until tho regular currier was appointed. Moore Bros. Store Bobbed. Burglars smashing a large glass doer of the front entrance of Moore Bros, store on last Wednesday night, helped themselves to men's clothing and a- few little articles, mado a getaway. Cornelius, Turner's veteran gist.. R. 0. Witzel and C, W. Forest are working for ono of the extra gangs, over on the west side. Mesdames B. G. Briggs and L. D. flnrr were in Salem transacting business Thursday of this week. Master Harlan Bones, the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bones, has been having a siege of tonsilitis, Postmaster Small will soon be home. In a letter to a friend hero he states that he expo's his discharge soon. Ho is stationed in Florida. Misses Helen and Sybil Pcetz left Friday for Portland, visiting over Sun day. Rev. Hocking gave a talk on Sunday evening on Abraham Lincoln. He took for his text, "All that I become in my life I am to my angel mother." On Sunday, March 30, he will speak in the morning on the Belgians survey f the United States. Evening, Frances Wil lard, the American queen. The Masonic and Eastern Star Orders have purchased a fine piano to be used in their lodgo rooms. The. Ladies Aid society me wlta Mrs. George Wr Moore on Thursday of this week. Mrs. H. L. Earl has begun the plans for many good things for the W. W. C. on next Tuesday's regular meeting. Warren T. Riches and his wife are visiting Mrs. Gladys Robinson in Spo kane for a few weeks. Mrs. Helen Potter of Salem spent few days last week with Mrs. M. L. Bar zee. Bay C. FGarrcns came home from eastern Oregon last week for a short visit Mrs. Archie L. Bones is in Portland visiting relatives. Mrs. Irvin Putnam and Mrs. Merle Pearson were visiting with Mrs. Den ham recently. Mrs. J. F. Lyle is in Portland thli week looking after her millinery sup plies. Mrs. George Wharton of Boseburg has returned home aftor an extended visit with an old chum, Miss Hester McKay, on the old McKay farm home west of town. Mrs. Irene Hillerary is in town from Brownsville visiting her brother, O. H. When you use Journal classifi ed ads get what you wsnt them to-they work fast. 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