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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY. JUNE 7, 1919.
By OESTKTOE EOBISON
THi". g.il ia pink sat quite still, her 4 be Pouth Comnweial street Tkurwky 'rpHE "Little Clank Around the
.-a hands half hidden ia the ' afternoon, given for Mr. Allan Bynon j I Cornel," noted ia fiction and v
uf her georgette dress. She ) (Floreiuiv liofox). Tb rouuis r beau eryday life us th iial biJlj&oos
was not pretty girl. Her cheeks were r.futly decorated with Carolyn Testout iof niauy romance, may have, t nme
too Wis and her eyes too large, aad roses for the occasion. The gueet l.st ia-' time, formed a pretty setting for
the strangi lift of her eyebrows sad eluded Mr Thorns. HmitK, Jr., Mrs. a wedding as tit. Paul's does for the
pointed tilt of her eh; gave to aeri Carlton Kiuith, Mr William Lytic, ' Marvin-lade nuptials to be celebrated
fe th o.ld resemblance of a question j Misa Haiel Downing, Miss Aline: this evening. But it is doubtful. All
mark, j-ut her face possess, d the typ
ically youthful quality of mirroring
very thought that passed through the
dark little. hed, so that mere pretti
e in .her features would hava teen
superfluous. You know the kind.
A woman in a shimmering eloak, of
the material made to be looked ett in
ahup windows toy ordinary folk and
dreamed about at night by tho? more
r".inittially inclined, tweyt down the
ai; n and the girl drew in her liruath
ut'.l sh had I'j'H-d. One of the sea
son s brid took her place a, few tow
aland and she wondered if tha creamy
creations lieucath her eloak had been
p.nt of the trosseau. Hhe watched the
H'ile alri'iun in, dignijf icd women,
yonty -matrons, lauRhanj? (girlis), end
there was nothing but pleasure the
pleasure of being in and of a gathering
like that, evident in the piquant mirror
of her lace.
Then the curtain rose and quite suit
desily thwo was so audience, no opera
home, tto (rity. AUbtJiul's wonderful
lamp or the mysterious carpet hud sud
denly transported everyone not into
the m rigid city of Bagdad, it is true,
lut into the depths of some old world
forest. Shiwwoixl, perhaps, whore Rob
ii Hood and Maid Marian and good
Frknr Tuck had lived and loved and
diod for vague ideals.
And the music! It swept over the
audience in elouds end threads and
filmy cobwebs. It broke like a thunder
eiap and died like the sighing of a
tired rna away trceze lost iu a tangle
of meadow grasses. It floated over the
lee ii of the listeners like a bridal veil,
Thompson, Mrs. Ada tstrong, Mrs. John ithe pink roses in the capita! eity and
A. (.arson, Mrs. Mary llufer, Mies jail the graceful greesi things ia the
r loreocf .-acxwnney, .nr. miliars D. norisk suops ana nrignnaring wooaj
WaJtoa, Mrs. Wiiiiaf Jtrace of 8aamust have teen commandeered for the
Francisco, Mrs. Frank Myers, Miaa i oecauioa, for the ehureh has keea traaa-
Klizabeth Iord, Miss Rom Williams, formed into a veritable bower, aad the
Mrs. Orin 1m Course, Mrs. Dan Fry,
Jr., Mrs. John Roberta, Mrs. William
Iturghardt, Jr., Miss Catherine Carwn,
yftm Marjorie Marvin, Mrs. W. M.
i'lunpton, Mrs. T. A Livei!ey, Mia. J.
li Van IKiren, Mrs. P. W. Kyre, Mrs.
hYedoriek TiiieLwn, Mrs. 'Clifford
Drown, Mrs. Keith Powell, Mrs. Ben
W. Oleott Mrs. Curtis Crow, Mrs.
Printa Bird, Mis Helen JXTkach,
eolor scheme of swle pink aad white
wita the artist i baekgrouad ef green,
will be carried out in the smallest de
tail. About a hundred and fifty invita
tions have been issued and many out
of town guest have arrived for the
The bride's gown is a beautiful crea
tion of flesh colored georgette. She
will wear a veil and carrv a shower
Mia Myrtle Albright, Mrs. Connell j bouquet of pink and white flowers.
lyer, Mrs. Frank spears and Mrs. K.
The ordination anniversary of Bev
erend Father dtuck was fitting eeie-
oratod Thurwlav morning with a sol
emn high mass. Father Ambrose Walsh,
O. ei. B. and Father Thotnaa Meier O.
8. ID. acted as deacon and sub-deacon
and Reverend Father Derouin served
as ntater of ceremonies. An'hbishop
Cliristie delivered a beautiful sermon
on the origin of the priesthood and its
perietrntion. lie was atteuded by Fath
er HeheehrinK of Shaw and Father Kel
ly of Wooiiburn. A one o elock' lunch
eon honoring the visiting clergy win
served at the parochial residence and
in the efening an iiiforntul reception
at which nearly 200 people were pres
ent ,wss ihold.
A number of women have signed up
to take part m the handieap golf tour-
nd whimpered at their feet liko the nnment to to held tomorrow morning
pitiful wail of little .Dwgouet the jes
ter who could never make his monarch
wile again. And through it ali at pre
cious intervals, eame the sound of a
girl voiee, as wondrously sweet as the
pipes of Tan, as haunt.inxly tender as
a loaely tulo cull sounded from a high
MiunlHin top. It made one want to
stand on tiptoe and listen that
voice! It made one feel that he was
walking straight iuto tho sunliglit, lead
ing long shadows behind him. It play
ed havoc with any ipronaic sonwliiiities
one may have possessed, and left one,
after the curiam had gone down with
the same feelings that Cinderella must
hjve experienced when the clock struck
twelve) and tha fairy roach and si
turned into a pumpkin shell and field
Out on the street, the young man
vino had uome with the girl in pink,
stopped whistling "Annie kauris'' un
der his breath lung enough to ask, her
how she liked it. Being merely a man,
who bad prubably forgotten all about,
the, wonders of Ali diut.a or Haroun
Al -Itunhid, ho did not have the faintest
Idea if whiut her reply meant, Diit as
you a'n rend tho eolumu are women
and will understand, 1 11 toll you. Tho
an-wer that girl In pink gave, with her
wide, eyws still full of dreams and her
pi. , nt jVn alight was this:
Mrs. 7t M. Hofer was homes at a
prettily eonduoted shower at her home
t the lllihee I'ountry club for the C.
It. Claneey trophy. This will be ono of
the 'big events of the present season
and a great deal of interest Is Ibeinjf
taken in it. Among those who have
made their entries are Mrs. Curtis
rlJoss, Mrs. Dan Fry, Mrs. John Far
rar, Mrs. W. 1. Stali'.v, Miss Catherine
Canon, Mrs. William Kverett Ander
sen, Mrs. C. H. ltobcrtson, Mrs. Krrel
Kay, Mrs. John J. Roberts, Mrs. T, II.
Kar, Mrs. T. A. Uvesley .Mrs. Kd Oil
lingham, Mrs. II. A. liillingham, Mrs.
Kd linker and Mrs. Oliver Locke.
Mrs. r. D. iflesnett delightfully enter
t. Ttncd about fifty eight members of
the Woman's Relief Corps Aid society
at her country home neur ltrooka Inst
Thursday afternoon. The guests enjoy
ed the benirtiful motor drive to and
from the place of meeting. The after
noon was pleasantly spent in sewing
and a short huMiieaa session after
which a sumptuous repast was served.
The bosles was assisted in making the
hours pan most plennaully by Me
dame Cade, Castell, Catterlin, Clnrk,
Cooper, tlonrnsey and Harris.
The young ladies Sodality 0f St.
Joseph's church will hold their Inst
meeting until September after early
services tomorrow morning. Following
tho business session they will be Hie
tfuests of Hacred Heart acadenij at a
lawn breakfast. As this is the lust time
that the sodnJity will be together until
fall, a lare attendance Is requested.
ALL REAL CIRCUIT ACTS
DOG AND CAT
EUGENE AND KINDLER
Violinist and Accordionist
TUN AND MUSIC"
PLUNKETT and RO'IAINE
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.urs. ian j.rry, jr., will tie the Dnae s
matron of honor and will be dressed in
apricot georgette. Mildred Roberts and
Helen Roberts and Nancy Thiclsen will
be flower girls. All three little Misses
will wear sheer dainty frocks of pale
pink. Laurence Hufer will attend the
groom and Carl fabrielon. Dan Frv.
Jr., and James Toting will serve ai ush
ers. Reverend C. H. Fowell, pastor of
oi. ram a, win ornciate,
renewing tno wedding a reception
will tie held at the home of Mrs. Jehu
Roberts, after -which the young couple
will leave for a wedding trip in the
Miss Estelle Wilson was gnest at a
iismifinfoos snower last Mommy
night at the home of Misa (Iretta Kich-
niond, at which Misa May Ward and
Miss Richmond were joint hostessea
A lovely color scheme of piuk was car
ried out in the decorations and de
licious midnight snijper was served at
which the drcorativo note wn further
enhuneed by the dainty favors and col
ored ices. Covert w-ere laid for sixteen
Following the dance and card party
given .by 8t. Ague, (luild of St. Faul's
church kist iMondny evening, Mra, L.
fi OeeT entertained a numlier of friends
with an informal dinner Party. A how)
of roses centered tho table and dainty
shaded candles added to the ecorntive
scheme. Covers were laid for Mr. anil
Mrs. C. B. WeUi, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Myers, Mr. and Mrs. William McC.il.
elirist, Jr., Mr. and Mr. Walter Kirk.
Mr. and Mrs, Merlin llar.linor mul M.
and Mrs. h. S. Ceer.
The alumni bunniiet of (he Kimhnll
ScJiool of Theology wni a very delight-
nil gathering. Jt was served bv tke la
dies of the Jieslic Methodist Kpisropal'
ehurch on Friday evening Juno (Jth.
to alxiut fifty guests. The ehurch was
beautifully decorated, anil tho inhi...
had bouquets of purple and whit flnw.
ers (the colors of t.be school), with
pnnsies by enca plate, as the D1DKT IS
the school flower.
The tonstmaster was the Rev. Wm.
Mehol. He gave the address ef wl.
come to the two graduates of the day
tho (incoming members ()f the alumni
association, J. W. Worrell respondtd
tor the graduates. Tho Kimball chom.
anng next, and at later times during
the exercises, selections written by Mrs.
fc. flUcrwood fur the. school anniversaries.
Revs. D. Let Pi..l,t. n
iXut. 1 . Murray k '.!. o ,.a i.ni i- u
Hrtmmond mioko on thniH. f .n-vf
o tho friouda uf Kimhi.ii i u. ,
Heiir.y J. lalbott spoke feelinalw of ti.
connection with the whool, and verv
appreeiatively of the two r.,-.:
'o. R, Abbott ail,1 .T,.h w u
I'rof. Mierwii.i.l i..,Ln A. 1
ahiinni. li reported thirtv one alumni.
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Who met with phenomenal success when aha appeared as soloist for the Apollo
ciuo concert last evening.
. , ,fln
gone to other churches, one a
har. preaching jtl.
V. M. O.
Zl,2rj-- A. in OmanyTand
Rev. 1 M. Jasper is with the Y. At. C.
A. on the Atlantie seaboard. .Nearly all
'VfSt.r in ihr !'s'"fte, several
in the Oregon conference. The Luella
, Kml' ehrb, an association of tha
ijivea of the faculty and Kimball stu
dents, prepared Hie taty place cards
for the liampu't. Th two graduates
were honored with larger card, dorB.
fd with figures in cap and gown wit
the face of the recipient elererlr eot
rrom photographs and pasted on. There
were several guests from ont of town
who had been, or are at present. th
psruhioner of th. i...
r. ana Mrs. Jtrowa from Fsrgo, Urs
Kees from Hubbard and Mrs. HAbard
rrom Marquam were among these. Mr.
aud Mr,. w n(1 M. tnA Mr(t
T motored from Lebaie, Wsiaj-ton
and were present throughout commence
vseicises, t s the graduation
of their former (ator. Oeo. h. Ahlit
Also several friends from Mr. Abbott's
present appointment near Oregon Cifv
iamo ia their car te attend the com".
Air. jientey announces that he will be The stupe ndoua historical naeeant
prepared to "ahoot" the first scenes which is being presented at Willamette
next ween and meantime he is buv
completing the rest of the cast for his
first independent production.
John Cumberland, the leading mas,
and Mi diarker head the cast in the
first of the four special productions
Mr. Henley has agreed to make for the
Independent Sales corporation. Picture
making is not new to either of these
players. Mr. Cumberland played the
well remembered husband in "Nearly
Married'' with Madge Kennedy. Miss
Marker has appeared in several film
productions, her most reeeiiB picture
being '"One Week of Life," a (lold
wya production marring l'rniline Fred
rick. This was shown recently in Port
land and tha critics commented favor
ably on Miss Barker's role.
Miss Barker wsur teeently a visitor
in Sulem. when she waj a guest at the
home of her annf'Mrs. George l'earce.
The title of Mf. Henley's firtt 'ie
iii re has not been made public other
than a statement, any iae it i the
scenariiuzed version uf one of the
most popular works ef a well known
writer. This writer is said to be dna
university, is one of the greatest events
of local interest that has ever happen
ed iu Tallin. Infinite pains have been
takes to mukj every item and smallest
detail as correct as a minute study of
pioneer day can make it, and in the
uirtncranee or this idea the services
of Mnjer Lee Morehouse have been se
eureX Major Moorehouse was for a
number of vear9 I'-nitcd States Indian
agent on tha Umatilla reservation and
has made a study f Indian life. He
possesses the most eomplets collection
of Indiua costumes ia the world and
has placed the entire collection at the
service of those iu charge ef the pa
Commencement festivities of Sacred
Heart academy wilt "begin net week.'
On Monday the .junior-senior reception
will b held. Thursday evening wilt
witness The annual alumni .banquet to
which all graduates ef the school are
invited. Monday morning June 10th the
senior oreaaiast on tno lawn will take
plu'ce and the same eveniue the com
mencement exercises proper will be pre-'
sented in the auditorium of the public
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Fruser of Port
land are week end guests at the W. II.
Mr. and Mrs. iN'orlya tloff (Dorothy
Alexander) of Portland are guests over
the week end at the home of Mr. Ileffs
parents. Mr. and Mrs, O, P. Hoff,
Mrs. Lee L. Gilbert and little daugh
ters, Eariel Lee and Mildred, are
spending the week end in Portland.
The junior piano pupils of Mrs. Cora
Hendry wcra heard ia recital the eve
ning of June 2. The numbers were
pla.ved in good style, fino tone and
brillinut) techoiqus eharncteiized the
pupils of th evening as was demon
strated particularly by little five year
old Doris Irene Hiss in her number.
'My Country 'tis of Thee." The pro
gram wast . ir
Pink Rose drill sixteen guisj Miss
Elsie Lippold, piano.
Duel, fciiowdrrp Uehr
Loaa Lippol'l, Marcia Fiicatninn i
Rufoc-nstein, melody In F Spauldina . , , , t ,
Alma Johnsoa ends of Howard Bynl Hager will
Blue Hell March BilbrO - p , ma 10 n. 'V uat "" h0
Clifford Winslow ,ceivea a captain s commiMion in the
My Country 'tis of Thee Weber has recently return
Ioris Irene Ross C , . .. ""'""K'. M ntr dc
March of the Little Knee .... Mathews " lne commiss"n ' f'" lieutenant
Leona Gilbreath h I'f'n'n'ter p-neral's office
The Joyou, Peasant Schumann I' olast, k,P.,'B,J'- , 'nneeted
(reorge Koehler """i anu nin
Musical recitation, Whcu We Haven't ' ...
JSaid Our Vravers ... ,
But'h Koehler L Mr-. 4.M-r Wl.lliam . Brxhardt,
SaJute the Colors w v,m eeieorate tneir golden wedding.
Mrs. Leona Xmitlt. Mildred Palmer "nl4"ry " r,"'7 '"? IS'h. In
Tulip Lichiior r. . or 'n. ,'venf rw,,r'" i be
an air as it ho
IB 1 1. .1 u f .
" "'"f wa, so very nleain
On niutiun of a Aim... , .... .
th -k i. ..... . i---.r i
... -x.ui.il, c. u. wster Fields, the
la.li. who had served the eempaar
were celled in t m.fi ,Bn th,nka 0"f
tlus guests. The toastmsster happily de
livered this messege to the ladies.
At a gaily informal j'arty at Ihe II
I'hee I vuntry eluh !a.t week the Entre
Nous orchestra wa.l.. ii ,1.,.. ...
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...ii sw-ieiy aiut earriiMt
laurels with as debor.si
...,,.,,.1, u, ,BaI ,,,,, ww )
eommoii cvrnt The Futte X-u, ig ,
new five piece orchestra recent lr or
gsnised and it pcrminnel consist, of
the following ni.iiil.ets, Wsvne Alien
irni! Whit, U Monte Hul'ioek, Jtog
er t.rcgory and Claude M ireh.
Corinne "Rielv" Parker, Sa!ci girl,
whose beauty ia Hemnsnt," "On
with the lance" and '.Shirlev Ksye"
hrouwht hf promioetitly liefore the
public, has bf slated U play ih f
male l.a.l ef the f-,rf Hobs'. H-' t
Lois Hock ett
The Shepherd's Bvening JSong ...Jllake
Chariot Race Paul
Oanve of the Brownies Kamiuan
Sound from the Vallev Wennel
La Fileuse (six hands) Streabbng
wa .Arnold, Hen Arnold, Harold
Vscal, Springh Awakening. .Sanderson
MUs Dorothy Pearce sceomnanist
Farewell to the Piano IWthoves
Oral Louise Brown
Dance1 of the Wildflowers Weurieh
Angels' Lullaby Krogman
Mrs. G. K. Terwillifer is enterlaln-
inj; n guest ever the week end,
Hertha Irew Giilman, department
presiitent ef the W'enan 'a Relief Corps,
and Mrs. iMinnie A. Hnrsmau, natiuiial
senior vir president. A rweption will
be tendered them this eveninir from 8
to 10 e 'clock at the Terwilligcr resi
dence te which all ehift women are in
vttd particularly roeiubi'n ef jmlii
otie orgwnizatioaik The house will be
decorated wikh the department and
national colors red and yellow, and
a bevy of young girls will' assist with
Mrs. Fred Thompson, ate historian
of the auxiliary ef the Puited Spanish
War Veterans, entertained the mem
ber of the Hal Hibbard auxiliary
Thursday afternoon at her home on
?ilen Heights. The room, were pretti
ly deeorated with cream and yellow
rosebuds and aVIieions refreshments
were served. About a doiea guests were
Honoring th nr.tin.llion anniversary
ef Reverend J. R. Truck, a reception
wa given WcdnrUT afternoon at
Sa.-red Heart a.-akniy be the fupils
ef the school The asseuiblv hall was
beautifully decorated with t'arolvn
Testont roses aad graceful ferns. Fol
lowing the reception the folloeing pro
gram was rendered:
'The Song Mv Mother sir.,"
"Gift ef the Raiabew Faiies.,
"Years of Ordiaatun," Lena Hu.k
' tr U.isia Bonum," academic
Address, Cir Wiailer. ;
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Alice Bodd, 'Gustav Ebsen and Miss
X number of Willamette girls serv
ed refreshments. This gioup laeluded
Misses Mary Findley, Mary rarouna
gian, Charlotte and Klixabeth Tebbins,
Kvelyn Gordon, May Mickey Velma
Itaker, Margaret l.egg and Mabel Gar
rett. Miss Mafgarette Wible presided
over tine punch bowl, assisted by Miss
es Gladys .Nichols, Ik-leu Rose and Mil
Ice cream, canes, candies and frttit
punch were) served. Musical numbers
were given at intervals during the eve
ning, consisting of a vocal solo toy
Rev. Alfred P. Bates, a violin solo by
Rev. Erwin G. Rowtmt, a vocal solo by
Miss Grace Sherwood, and a number
of selections .br the Kimball chorus
led by Kev. H. :N Aldrieh.
The graduates in whose honor the
function was given were Rev. Geo. K.
Abbott and Rev. John W. Worrell .
Mrs. Luther Steele of Portland, the
daujhtcT of Dr. and Mrs, Talbott, was
the chief artist in the decorating, while
the students of the -school secured fiic
Friends of little Dora Clark, who
has been ill at the hospital for eo
many wceke, will be glad to hear that
she is improving.
. - .
Mr. and Mis. W. E. Thomas have
gone f? Belknap" Springs for a few
. . .
Mis. L. F. Thomas and little daugh
ter Louise, have returned to Maridi
field lifter visiting in Sulem with Mis.
W. E. Thomas aad friends. '
D. n. MOsSIlER , .
HIGH CLASS LADIES
BRYAN TO APPEAR AT DALLAS
AS LECTURER FOR CHAUTAUQDA
Dallas', Or., cJuse 7 Word was re-
teived in Dallas this week from the
flowers and assisted in their arrange-1 headquarters of the Bllison-White
A large compnny came early and re
mained through the evening, enjoying
the social converse, and the good eiieer
of tho occasion. Dr. and Mrs. Talbott
aro delightful hosts, and their recep
tions arc never merely formal conven-i pfogm
lioniu o.i"ii, "in u-ni e'Jciiu miii-. i m
"ing I BUY IN SALEM! ALWAYS
chain unci ua system stating ' that Wil
liam Jennings Bryan, former secretary
of state, and a number of tinu.s can
didate for the presidency of the Unit
ed Stales was coming to Dallas this
year as a speaker on the chniitnuqua
heJd to which a large number of their
friends have been invited.
Mr. and Mrs. George Tirown will go
to Air t land during the week to attend
the grand lodge session of the Masons
and Eastern Star.
Miss Harriett Griffith who is at
tending Miss Catlin's school in Port-1
land, will arrive in Salem dining the
early part of the week for the slim
One of the prettiest horns weddings
of the season was solemnized Wednes
day evening at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. A. F. Jan, when. Miss Lets, V.
Jans of xentral Howell became the'
bride of Carl J. Adams of Silverton.
The beautiful ring ceremony was need,
Reverend Nichols of Saleru officiat
ing. Only the immediate- families sf
the ecujile. were present.
The bridt. wore a smart tailored suit
of dark blue and a handsome Mack
shadow hat. She carried a bouquet of
brides reses and sweet peas.
Following the ceremony a dtliuous
wedding luncheon was served at which
tu.vis weiv taut tor lourters guests.;
The. wwjf eo'.'plc left iwn.uuUlely foi
i oriwna aiul win t,rad a unci honey
moon at various bea.-h rc-siots after
which they will make their howis in
An unusually delightful reception
was given in the Kimball hail of as
sembly eu Wednesday evening, Jane
tth ,bv Iresident and Mrs. Henrr J.
talbott m honor of the graduating!
class of Kimball Scheol ef Thcobgy. j
The stairway and the assembly room '
had been decorated with great tasle. Is
the lower hiUI and ssirway the decora-'
lions were evergreens, Tags and red
roees; whilo the decorative scheme fori
ihe hall ef aswmhlv gave a rainbow
effect produced y ma?es of garden
flower Palms arranged around ihe
room gave a s?mi tropical appearance
In the scene especially at on end of,
the room where a row ef palms yarn ',
tiose.1 eff th refrcxhmcut tables irom
the main room.
Ia the rreeiv.rig linn there stood Dr.
asd Mr. Henry J. Ta'ott, Dr. an I
Mrs. Carl G. Isnurv, Rev. and Mrs.
iic. R. Abbott. Rev and Mrs. J.,k
W. Warrcll. Prof, and Mrs. Edwin 1
fiherwood and Prof. K. S. Hsmmosd '
The la.bcs k agisted Mrs. T;ilb, -t :
in waiting ispna the guests were Mes- i
Isunes C. A. i s.-k, A. -V Hu-!i. M. C. 1
Findler, T. W. Kathftiitc t'p i
eyer, l"ca. H. Aidcn, V.. E. Kirk.
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