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OA1LV CAPITAL JOl'KXAL, SALKM. ORJfefoX, SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1W.
If. ,.? C' M vfB AWKEYES SEND GREETINGS IWANS DEDICATE :goh fruit industry founded by an 'A PIONEER, AND HERE IN IOWA SOIL OF SALEM OREGON HONORS HAWKEYE STATE lutlons Adopted at Iowa Picnic. Kjjltcsolvcd, by tho Iowans nsiotn Htmt the First Annual Rounion of -tftlCgSnlcm-Iowa Association, that wo ,epwJB our gratltudo to tho diver fcf till good that wo woro directed by Itwfwlsdom to And for oubscIvcj JKMKa In thla moit forttlo and bcau ' tlfil region of Wotorn Oregon, XMWn as tho wiinmotio vauoy, a whoro want Is unknown, whoro that naturo can produco with lavish hand and undor most ornblo conditlonn Is brought to tiller of tho soil and tho builder o homo In tho gsoatcst variety r I clio t profusion. Wo sond 'greetlngu to our follow-cltlzona of Mjaplordld Hawkoyo stato, inviting m 11 incy aro iniuiting 01 comiug tho Paclflc const to Invostlgnto fnlr land, nnd cast their fortunes Hwng us. We do this In tho fullust ence that we arc not flaking to exchango tholr homes and MMroundlngt In ono of tho most porous state of tho Union for Itlon, nnd surroundings whoro ,Aar will be disappointed after tho ;MMt Investigation Into tho pro .ftMUvlty of the soil tho ndmlnlstra iittM of our local and stato affairs ii.iitiiuiiB aim cuiuiuiiuiiui uuvuu- JtMMs, nnd tho gonoral Intolllgonco jMhl character of tho peoplo of Oro- m." l&Resolvcd, that wo, ns citizens of (fee Capital City of Oregon, heartily cwtorso tho proposed purchaso of tltta beautiful properly of Falrmouut HH1 for tho purposo of a public park. Hjwould bo n fitting momorlnl nt tk hands of tho psosont generation ttoieBtaullBl) forover a public pleasuro ground on this sightly elevation for km enjoyment or nil imuro gonorn Itlons." L'Resolved, that wo approve of all lie1 steps taken to furnish tho Cnpl niClty with mountain wator at tho arllo t poslblo dato and wo favor tMacauisltlon nt n reasonablo nrlco erfja public water system, to tho ond feat tho pooplo shall havo an un aeiluted wntor supply under munlcl- ataownersnip. ho annual picnic of tho Saloni KSoclutlon of Iown people was hold fttiHreday, Juno 17, on Falrmount Ml, a beautiful omlnonco overlook' Sflthe Capital City. Away to tho ortli stretched tho Hhlnlnir waters IfAthe beautiful blue Willamette, " wJjnd'nK through rolling hills nnd Bi tngj r ch fertile plain of tho valley. ir gpr, three mllos In every dlroctlon extendvd the city, with Its broad . u iffdets nnd beautiful shado trees, b the? stnte cnpitol with Its rnagnlfl- heejU dome rUIng In tho conter, Tho ikeautlful view from Falrmount Hill ne of the most charming on tho no const Tho city proper is t-ted with public buildings, flno iteool housi. and oounty and state ings. in a larger circle sur- dlns the Capital City aro the nlflcent Mate Institutions, Buy ing on the north are tho new - Mut school, the Salem Indian lng school, the Stato Fair ds, tho Stato Insano Asylum. State penitentiary, tho InstlUi- fjr couvnloscont lnauo, tho tal for tuberculosis patients, tate Reform school, tho State utlon for tho Dllnd, the Instl for the feeble minded. Tho yea are troubled with iuff ib aa ITCHJNU, ING SCALP, 'H" eaith lively rcneve all traces atea tae iicjum aaa r, heea the seals healthy aaa eaeaturaae ue i of ae sv hair. delay as the daMraM the hair raata acm arawlh a hair. m MT A BYE. aarrxxsL at aauccisrs. -" Sm cum Kcccma. red. ' tapped hand, asd aUakladiacaaea I ana aon, ax, arvrjuia- Dua , XMMJTO CI U HMO, "IM . C. Newark. N. J. J. C. PERRY tMShS iiijij) In&h FROM THE VALLEY OF THE JAIRMODNT PARK PLANTS BROUGHT -- IOWA SOCIETY State of Oregon in its wisdom has congregated all Its stato Instltu. tlons at the capital. Tho City of Salem Is bounded on the caBt and west by beautiful roll ing hills, covered with magnificent grain field- nnd orchnrds. Theso hills aro full of springs and running streams, nnd are dotted with beauti ful farm homes and fruit ranches. It Ib a vcritnblc paradise, with Its mild climate and wonderful variety of product?, all the way from alfalfa to field corn, from quinces to sour krnut, from pcacheB to pork, from apples, strawberries, small fruits, generally to oil wells, sawmills nnd woolen mills. It is In till paradise one hundred nnd fifty miles long, from ton to slxtr mllOB wide, the wonderland of the Wlllnmette valley, shut In from the storms of the east by tho Cascade mountnins, sheltered from tho bois terous northwesters of tho Paclflc ocenn by tho Coa-t rcngo, with nnt ural forosts of oak, flr, ash, maple, cedar and Iiemlock extending In evory direction where thousands of happy and prosperous Iown nconle hnve m ado their homes. All over tho Paclflc const It is tho custom of tho "Hawkoyes" to assem ble in tl.o beautiful month- of Jun nnd hold nn outdoor picnic, express tholr gratltudo to tho Giver of nil Gocd for arresting their pllgrlmngo In tlilc blc3D0d region, and In speech nnd son; glorify tho grand old "Hawkeye" stuto. At least 1000 as sembled on Falrmount Hill, nnd nmld tho the mon beautiful nntural surroundings, wlv'i mngniflcont econ ory "trotchlng in every direction pro- cuouou io ceiournio tho stnte of tholr nativity and glorify tho common wealth of tholr adoption. Tlio Organization I'crfivtcd. Aftor calling to order the tompo rnry chairman named D. H. Woyant, H. M. Polsal nnd A. F. Hofer as com mittee on flunnco nnd permnnent or ganization. Tho committee report ed following ofllcer: Prosldent. Chief Justice F A. Mooro. Vico-Prosldent, Mrs. N. E. Qrls wold. Secretary nnd Trensurer, J, A. Psesldont Moore delivered nn nu logy on tho grand old state. Itch aeh lovomonts in pence nnd In wnr. nnd drew rounds of npplnuso from the aBSOmblQd Hnwlrnvnv wtin ilnn.l In all tlmos for froodom, Independence nnd good eltlzon hip. Tho splondld nudlonco choerod him ngaln and ngnln for his good words for the grnnd old commonwealth from which Mov came. Dr. Klmnell of Lebanon, wbo landed In lawn In 1RF..1 mmi nn oloquont nddross. Ho told of 1857 wjiuu me musKrats, raccoons nnd Wild UOeSO WOm thn AnMrA nnmiln. t'on where now tood cities of 100.- John P. Robertson was Introduced m a llian Who hnH llOOtl In rtratrnn nearly forty years. Iowa was the uvai Hiuio in mo union, except Ore gon. Oregon was not too cold In Winter nos too warm In mmmsp Just right all the time. miss Bessfo Schrunk recited a poem "Coming from Iowa to Ore gon" that created a great deal of amusement. A photograph was now taken by Richard Loowenfelt of the vast Iowa 1 crowa preent. I Rov. Phil Bauer, of tho First Con gsegatlonal church, an Iowa man, spoke In favor of acquiring Falr- mount Hill for a park. When he was through a resolution was adopt led in favor of purchasing the prop i orty for a park. i Alderninn HM Rtnlr annVo ( v- advisability of buying the Elworthy and Drown properties about 30 acres for $17,000. In 1895, he said, the whole of Falrmount addi tion could have been'bought for half that sum. Youngeat Iowa Ilaby, In this land of gold and silver, prizes are generally given In the form of a gold piece. It Is only a few year since nickels were uu known In Ogegon and pennies are still held In contempt. They are not banked as money So a gold p'ece was given to the youngest BEAUTIFUL BLUE born Iowa baby at this Iowa picnic. Two ladies appeared on the plat form with their llttlo Iowans. Each of there ladles had threo llttlo ones and the families had como to Ore gon, within a few monthB. Ono of theso ladles wns Mrs. E. IC Ander son, residing at 00C Front street. Her baby boy, Conrad, was born at iMflshnltown, Fowa, Juno V, 1908. Tho other lady was Mrs. Chariot Plorce, ro'ldlng nt C26 North Winter street, and hor llttlo daughter, Mar garet Feme, was born at Creston, Iown, November 2C, 1908, and to her wns awarded the prlzo, although the Judge of tho baby show, yo odt tor of this paper, recommended that n prize be glvon to both competi tors. Tho bnby show wns tho climax of the Iowa picnic nnd tho platform wnB surrounded by about a hundred children and crandchlldron, born In tho Hawkoyo state, Indicating tho recent enormous Immigration from thnt stato to tho Wlllamotto vnlloy Of course, tho llttlo ones Jn arms permitted no competition from tho older ones, nnd had a monopoly of tho platform. Ono of them set up n lusty yelling x In tho midst of the proceedings that wob only .llonccd by tho Military band striking up tho "Stnr Spangled Bnnnor." Whllo not competing for tho prlzo, tho lion, or of having the youngest born Iowa child nt tho picnic fell to Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Adams of Won Sa lcf, Routo 2, whoso llttlo son, Dwight Dnlley, wnB born nt Albla, Monroe county, on tho 3d day of January, 1909, nnd mado tho trip ncross tho continent In Masch In long baby clotho. Ho was "bold nloft by tho Judgo and proclaimed the Prince Imperial and helr-nppar-ont to nil tho honors of tho baby show. An Iown Roosevelt Family. Among tho thousand Iowa pooplo at tho picnic wns tho family of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Whitney, who roaldo nt Fair qrounds addition, Snlom. Mr . Whltnoy was Introduced on tho platform as the mothor of twolvo children, two cons nnd ton daugh ters, nil nllvn mill wnll anvnn nf I them at tho picnic with tholr parents air-, wnunoy is n lino, Intelligent specimen of Iown womanhood, and While ElirsOlindeil liv n linvv nfYnm. Fomo daughters was declared by tho juuko io oo mo uouo or tnom all. Four of hor daughters aro .still In Iown. mnrrled ami snttimi ,invn n,i ono son Is In Spoknno. Tho sons uumoi nro urrin Etnmott and Ploas nnt Merrill. Tho daughtosa woro named as folio wb nnm nnii xr..- tha Dell, Alice Noll, Mary Estollo, Oona Ethello. Addle Lovolle, Nina vollo, Arllo Otolle, Edna Aurollo and r ius ic uozcii. own-Oregon History. OllO of the tcmnornrv rnmniltlnn had taken tho pulns to securo from tho Orogon Historical Socloty a brlof rOCOnl of tlin Town mnn lin . ...v ...... .... IIMU 1.U.U amon.T the enrlv nlnnnnra In !. sottlomont of Orogon, nnd read tho luuuwmg lettor nom tho Hon. Geo, H. Hlmoe, socretary of that worthy organization. Ho also rond from a now hhtory of Orogon, showing that tho flrt mooting hold to orgnnlzo a provisional govornmont for tho Oro gon country, before !t wna a terri tory, adoptod tho territorial codo of Iowa of 1S38-9, and tha' It was the law of all the country north of Cali fornia. M fnr 01W ns thn TinnW Mountains, and ns far north ns Ala lia now oxtonus. The letter from Mr. Hlrno will rofrosh many an old historical memory In Iown, and is ai follews: Col. K. Hofer, Snlom. Orogon. Noticing 111 vnnr tinnnn thn nllmi. dny that tho Inwans In Salem woro u nuvo u picnic on tho 10th of June It occurod to mo nt now would bo tho time to rodoem the promlce I made to you sovoral weeks ngo. to pick up some of the Invlslblo threads, which In a historic senso unite Iowa Rnd Orogon In a most Intorostlng way, as It seoms td mo. So I will un tangle n few of theso threads aa fol fel fol eows: Sergeant Charlea Floyd, a mombor of the Lewis and Clark expedition, dlod nt near what Is now Sioux Clt Oil Aug. 20. ISO. An Iniruwlni ,w,. imen t now stnnds nt that thriving i-u io perpetuate nis memory. His remains wero originally burriod near the rlvor. About 1K55 tho river en croached upon the banks nnd exposed the remains of Sorgoant Floyd. Then a fow citizens of the vicinity gathered up the bones and removed them to Higher ground, practically to the point where tho monumont now stands. One of those men. n strang er at tho time In the village, wns ono of the pall boarers. Ho has for many years been a rosldent of Oregon, and you know him we.i. His name Is 8. hi. oran, of Eugene. Morton M. McCarvor. a natlvo of Kentucky, went to Iowa In 1832-3 and wns tho founder of Ourllugton On Jan. 7. isri h,. wna nnnin..i commissary general by Gov. Robort Vo7 MCljnrver came to Oregon In J 843. mlt der plains across," and was the founder of Llnnton, Oregon, Sacramento, Cal., and Tacoma, Wash ington. He was born Jan. 14, 1807. and died at Tacnmu Wni, A..-11 17.1875.' " ' Berrvmnn Jnnnini'i mhn . . Oregon In 1844. taught the first I school In Iowa In a log cabin located WILLAMETTE nenr what Is now .no city of Keo kuk, In tho winter of 1830-31. Mr. Jennings wns tho grand master of tho first Masonic Grnnd Lodge west of tho Rocky Mountnins, thnt of Ore gon. Ono of the enrllcst physlclniiB of Portlnnd, Dr. Justin Millard, camo to Orogon from Keokuk In 1852. His grandson, Mr. Rnlph W. Hoyt, was president of tho Into Roso Fcstlvnl organization a nntlvo son of Oregon. Simpsgn S. Whlto camo from Iowa to Oregon In 1845, nnd wai n well known business man of early days. Both Jennings nnd White wero brothors-ln-law of McCarvor. Col. William W. Chapman, tho first dclcgnto to congress from Iown In 183G, wns an Oregon pioneer In 1847. Ho wns a natlvo of Virginia. Ho occupied a number of rotponsI bio positions In Orogon In early days, Tho first dologato to congress from the Pacific conn wns Hon. Samuel R. Thurston, who camo ncross tho pining from Iowa to Oregon In 1847, and was elected in 1849. Ho wns n natlvo of Maine. Thurston county, Washington, was named for him. Ho dlod early In 1851 nnd wai burled In tho Odd Follows' comotory, Sa lem. Ho edited the Gazetto In 1840, tho first newspaper of Burlington. Tho first agricultural nowspnpor In Oregon, tho Fnrmor, wns estab lished In 1859, at Portland, by Al bert G. Walling, a natlvo of Iowa, who camo In 1847. William H. Wallnco, th6 first apcakor of tho Iowa legislature, camo to Orogon in 1853. Ho was born In Ohio, July 10,1811; studied law and w.ib admitted to tho bar In Indiana; wont to Iown In 1835; was appointed colonel of mllltln by Gov. Lucas; was appointed rccolvor of publlo moneys nt Falrflold by Presl dent nyloc; was appointed governor of Washington orrltory by President Lincoln In 1861; wna appointed tho first govcrn6r of .Idnho Territory In 18G3; died nt Stcllacoom, Washing ton, Fobrunry 7, 1879. Dolazon Smith enmo from Iowa to Oregon In 1852. Ho wns n member of tho territorial legislature sovoral term'; n mombor of tho constitu tional convention of Oregon In Aug- ust-Sopteinbcr, 1857; was ono of tho nrst united Statos senators from Orogon, olected In 1858 Joseph Lane being hlo colleague Ho was bosn In York Stnto October 5, 1810; "tudlod lav and bocamo a writer for tho press; romovod to Keosauqua In 184G. Ho was a great orator and wns fnmlllnrly known as tho "Lion of Linn," Albany being his home. Ho wns tho foundor of tho Albany Domocrnt,. sumo tlrno early In 1859. .Jamos C. Tolman, a man of affairs In many wnys, camo to Orogon from Ottumwn, Iown, In 1852. Ho was Biirvoyor gonoral of Oregon for eight yonrs. Ho wns born in Ohio in 1813 nud nftor learning tho tsado of a tanner wont to Iown In 1839, nnd In 1845 oatnbllshod a tannory at, Ot tumwn. Ho died eight yonrs nco. Tho "Ornnd Old Mnn" of Orogon you know well. I nlludo to Hon. George II. V.'llllann who enmo from Iowa to Oregon In 1853, Ho was born In Columbia county, N. Y March 2, 1823; studied law In his natlvo state, nnd lemnvod to Iown In 1841; wne nppolntcd United Stntcs district Judgo by Psoaldont Polk In 1847; was a presidential oloctor 1852; vns appolntod clilof Justice of Orogon Torrltory by President Plorco In 1853; wao a mombor of tho constitutional convention of Orogon In 1857; United Statos sonn tor 18G5 to 1871; mombor of tho Joint high commls Ion to sottlo tho Alabama claims 1871; attorney gen oral undor Prosldent Grnnt, 1871 1875; mayor of Portland 1901-1904. Mrs. Evr Emery Dyp, although a native of Illinois, camo from Iown City to Orogon about 20 years ngo.. iir iiuauanu, ui.KriUB 11 uyo. a won known lawyor of Orogon City, also came from Iowa. Whllo tho namo of those nlready mentioned stnnd high In tho scalo or usefulno8H nnd lnfluenco In assist ing to lay tho fonindnt'lins of ooloty In this stato In tho host sense, the pesson I now mention Henderson Luolllng should rank among the flr t. Ho was born In North Caro lina In 1809; ho loarned to graft fruit treos ns soon as ho wos old enough to whittle, his father bolng a nurseryman; In 1829 ho removed to Indiana nnd went Into business for himself, cnsrylng It on for ton years. During this period ho beard of tho "Oregon country" by reading tho narrative of LowU and Clarke. This perusal filled him with a de slro to -omo time make his homo In Oregon. As a atnrtor In thnt direc tion, in 1839 ho romoved to Salem, Henry county, Iowa. Hero ho again engaged In tho nursery bu Inoss, but tho fdoa of going to Oregon was up pormout In his mind It would not down. In 1845 a kicky thouuht camo to him ho would go to Ore gon wiin a wagon load or two of young fruit trees. Accordlnalv he .began his preparations. By the spring of 1847 he was ready. Ho nan two nna oxtcanu of four yoke each and two good wagons, In nddl t'on to the necessary family and provision wagons, 'n the boxes of me nursory wagons he olaced a foot of good earth with a quantity of pulverized charcoal carefully worked through It. In this he placed a thou -an dclons apples, poars, cher ries, plums, pooches, grapes all of the best varieties known sixty years ago and theso aro tho standard variotlos today. Fob Instance tho Yellow Newtown, Spltzonborg, N01 thorn Spy, Gravenstoln, King, Boll flower, Baldwin, Wlnesap; and nmong pears ho brought tho Bart lett, Fall Buttor, Sccklo. Winter No lls, etc Mr. Luolllng started In April, ho dslvlng ono team nnd hia son, Alfred, tho other. Tho troea wore watered ao opportunity offored, nnd nt length, lato In Novombor, 1847, tho precious loads arrlvod nt Mllwaiuklo, and tho trees woro placed In tho gsftund, without tho loss of one. And this was tho beginning of tho fruit Industry of tho Paclflc coa3t. as nudscry stock was sent by Mr. Luolllng to nil quartors of tho region west of tho Rocky mountains whorovor thoro was a sottlomcnt. William Meek camo from Iowa to Oregon the samo year 1847 and ho, too, brought n small quantity of nussory stock, but ho got tho Idea of doing so from Mr. Luolllng. Ho traveled moro rapidly thnn Mr. Luolllng and drove on up tho Wll lamotto vnlloy to tho "ForkB of tho Santlam" nud "heeled" his troos In for tho winter. Boforo spring ho visited Mr. Luolllng ostensibly, hut really to roe his dnughtor.and nt tho proper tlmo tho trcoj woro taken up nnd properly "sot out" with Mr. Luolllng'a, nnd tho partnership of "Luolllng & Meek" formed, a part nership with tho daughtor ns well aa tho father a aost of "trlpartlto" proposition, perhaps: ail "Iowa trick" a It woro. An Early Fruit Grower. In tho early forties a young mnn from near Watortown, Northorn Now York, by tho nnmo of Henry G. Eddy, taking Hornco Greoly's advice of "Young man, go West," landod In Iowa, Just In tlmo to hlro to Hender son Llowolllng to drtvo ono of hie ox teams overland to Oregon, after wards marrying ono of Mr. Llowoll cn's daughters, and lator a partner of Mr. Llewellcn In hla nursory bust ncsB. In tho early flftlos Mr. Eddy took two trunks full of apples from their orchard to Ban Francisco, Cal, bolng tho first shipment of fruit evor mado from Oregon. Ono trunk full of theso apples Mr. Eddy rotatlod to tho min ors and others In San Frnnclsco for tho pitiable prlco of 5 each. Mr. Eddy Going n man of affair had not tlmo to "peddle apples," sold tho oth er trunkful nt wholesalo to n Jow fruit vendor for 90 cents oacli. Later Mr. Eddy becamo largely Identified with milling and wheat Bhlpptng, owning In part or whole a numbor of mills, nnd whoat shipping stntlons In tho Wlllamotto and Co lumbia valleys. Mr. Eddy was later In llfo a mombor of the constitution nl convention of South Dnkota, In 1880. Roglntw Iown Association. A. B, Kinney, Dayton, Iown. Jamcn R. Linn, Shelby. A. F. Hofer, Clormonb. L. K. Pngo, Ida Grove. J. O. Hidings, Mlddloton. II. S. Peck, Lnport City. Charles W. Brashor, Dubuquo. R. i Jones, Enrlvlllo. Mrs. N. W. Clark. Earlvlllo. Allco Malies. Enstcrvlllo. Dr. B. II. Whlto. Dexter. Miss Florence McKlnnoy, McGre gor. C. Pomborton, Mnrshnlltown, Mr'. Magglo Brown. Chorokoo H. E. Pomborton, Mnrshnlltown. Mrs. John Lodlor, Postvtllo, Mrs. II. E. Pomborton, Osknlootm. Ida M. Nowmyor, Pubuquo. W. R. BnTicock, Council Bluff a. Mrs. Clinrlei Plorco, Creston. F. II. Knmtt-. Monnlo Hngcdorn, WnBhta. Miss Arllo Whltnoy, Wnshtn. Floy Whltnoy. Wnshta. Miss Janot Conglotou, Glenwood. Ada F. Trodwny, Now Hartford. F. J Gondnough, Mnrlon. Mini notilnh Rntllff, Llnnvlllo. A. W. Trondwny, Odobolt. ' Mr-. I. W. Grant. Creston. Annlo B. Romlg, Grnnt. MIba Matilda Knuths, Dowa. W. H. fltenborg, Hull. S. A. Peaso. Hull J. A. Aupporlo, Hull. C. D. Gabilolnoii. Dos Molno. Mrs. IC. F. Pnrkhurst, Sholdon. F. A. Turner Prlnghor. F. N. Derby, Sholdon. Mrs. F. D. Bntcholor, Thompson Mrs. F. T. Knuths, Dow. Cecil Knuths, Dow. Alice 3 Adams, Albla. O. L. Adam. Albla. Dr. W L. Mercer, Alhln. Idn Mercer, Albla. Mrs. W. L. Mercer. Albla. Mrs. J. Vogt, Laport Helon Ho-vard, Atlantic, W. J. Porter, Newton, Ester Townsond, Sioux City. Esther E. Miller, Snlom. F. N. Tonthncre. Mlddloton. Mr. C. W. Ranck, Sidney. Mrs. C. W. Ranck, Vlllca. John Hollor, Traor. Mrs. W. T. Bonnott, Hoyden. Mrs. W. C. Roeio. Hastings. Mrs. C. R. Lucas, Oskaloosa. Goo. E. Shaw. Clark 'vlllo. J B. Johnson, North English. II. 8. Poluall. Clarksvlllo. C A. II FUhcr, Castana. It. V. Ellis. Akron. Helon M. Fox. Algona. Blako Illck, Cnrrectlonvllle. G. h Brassfiold. Sioux City. Glenn Drarbaugh, Cromwell. Charles Townond. 8Ioux City. A. M. Drorbaugh, Crnmwoll. hos. Holt, Gr'swold. Ellen Drorbaugh, Cromwell. Mrs. Cl:ae. Pierce. Creston. J. A. Mothorn, Knoxvlllo, H. J. Lewis, New Provldenco. Mfsi Sadlo Hornbrook, Marcus. Hazel Plorce, Creston, W. T. Thomas, Slgorurnoy. Irono Prl-o, Creston. Mrs. W. I. Grant, Creston. L. M. Crozer, Lake View. W. I. Orsnt, Creston. O. A. McKay, Perry. Clyde McKay. Perry. Mrs. O A McKay, Tlconlg. Mrs. "McMlnn, MarshalltowH. Fred Mulelr, Algona. Msr. Eva Dougherty. Mrs. J. McDonougb, Callondar. A. W. Shrunk. S, 3. Frost, Clarlnda. L. B. Plants, Wlnflold. Mrs. F. S. Holt, Grnnt E. Doughorty, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Thoodoro Bcnard, Mllford. J, IL Edwlnson, West Branch. Mrs. J. II.. Edmunson, West Branch. Wesley Van Fleot and family, In dtanoln. Mrs. II. Garvor, Atlantic. Olive Garvor, Atlantic, Mrs. Isabolle Starr, LowIb. Laura Mllner McAdnms, Charle City. Noltlo Dunn. Mrs. a W. Hazard, Hull. Edna Whltnoy, Waahta. Pleasant Whitney, Hull. C. E. Whltnoy, Chorokoo. Mrs. C. E. Whltnoy, Chorokoo. Frank DoWltt, Amos. ; O. K. DeWltt, Ames. Mark Slddall, Novada. ,j Mrs, T. K. Page, Ida Grove. 1 F. II, Whlto, Novada. 1 Mrs. II. M. McDonald, Delta. , Mrs. J. M. McDonald, Dolt. 1 J. F. McDonald. Dolta. D. D. Kcelor, Wo&t Branch. B. J. Mllos, Eldora. Mrs. Edwin A. Clark, Davonpert Churchill V. Clark, Davenport Mrs. Allco Council, Wobator City. Mr. nnd Mrs, A, W, Donnls, Hamp ton. L. T. Koolor, West Branch. John Fi Schrunk, Clayton. John Vnlontlno, Lansing. Nina V. Whltnoy. ' Mrs. N. E. Abbott, Shonandoaa. Mrs. W. J. Hngcdorn, Waskt. - Lloyd L. Ryan, Grundy Center. Bornard Ryan, Grundy Center. At C. Do Long, Grundy Center. ' Mrs. A. DoLong, Grundy Ceater. L. S. Koch or, Cambridge Mrs. L. S. Kochor, Cambridge. Mrs. E. A. DoLong, Sanborn, Both Rynn, Grundy Cento. Jcsslo Ryan, Grundy Conter. Mrs. Rolla P. Bradford, WashlBf ton. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Clenrwator, Wia torsot. Francla Schrunk, Danbury. Margaret E. Mlnnor, Btirllngtoa. Mrs. A. W. Schrunk, Dnnbury. Mrp. C. M. Smith, Stuart Mrs. J. R. Boysoll, Boono. T. L. Parsons and family, Omfe, Mrs. F. A. Tumor, Prlnghar. 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