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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1919. By Gertrude Robison A XUMBES. of ..prsminent Balem given during the week for the visiting women are in receipt of letters ! women of the Methodist conference from the mrecntive committee of (took place last night in . the lovely ning Thursday, at which Mrs. George The Moose hall has been chosen by the Knights of Oolumbaa and Daugh ters of Isabella as the scene of their Columbus day dance, which will be giv en on Monday, October 13th. Plans fere being completed, for the entire affair; one of the 4est orchestras in the eity has been engaged and a committee; un der the capable leadership of Miss Leo na Weidmer ha charge of the decorat ing. . - , ' - " One of the prettiest informal affairs of the past wee was tie social eve- tho Oasis club of New York eity, fa- apartments of Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Tal-1 miliarizing them with 'the object of lbs organization and enclosing a, pam phlet in which membership requisites are clearly set forth, its many advant ages enumerated, and in which liter ary, social and professional women are recommended to hasten their applica tion for membership as the personnel is limited and only a carefully select ed, list of women invited to join. "The Oasis" is a recent organiza tion and is exclusively for women. It nag been formed as a national center bot, the Luella Kim-ball club acting as gracious nostesse. l ire reception rooms were wonderfully decorated with as paragus fern, salvia and variegatedf autumn vines, while the dining room where a sumptuons dinner was served, waa made beautiful with clematie and purple esters. In -the receiving line were Mrs. H. T Talbot, Mrs. Matthew Simpson Hughes, wife of Bishop Hughe of Portland; Mrs. Dr. JW. Youngson, Mrs. Alfred Bates, Mr. r.dwarrt Hammond and Mrs. Kdwm where women from all parts of the Sherwood. Mrs. H. ST. Aldrich announe eountrr may meet to exchange ideas ed the guests. Mrs. Carl Gregg Doney, socially, professionally and artistical- j wife of President Doney of Willamette ly. 'The Oasis" stands for enrouraf;- university, and Mrs. Dr. B. N. Aviaon ing new, as well as recognizing the es- presided at the coffee urn and cut ices, tablished talent , in art, music, letters Assisting them in serving were Mrs. and drama, for the bringing together William JJicholl, Mrs. J. W. Worrell, f congenial and Interesting persons Mrs. H. O. Oooper, Mrs. Joseph Ab in all field But primarily its object i bolt, Mrs. Murray Keefer and Mrs. social, and its aim to give New York Irwin Ranton. and out of town womon an opportunity Ono hundred guests were present at to meet and mingle under favorable circumstances. It maintains a service bureau where visitine members may secure introduc tions to leading costumers, jewelers, and milliners as well as instructors, art ists, architects and inferior decorators, and may be directed to the best plays and entertainments. It also has a de partment for furnishing chaperons to members, securing hotel accommodations,- arranging steamship accommoda tions if going abroad, securing apt pointmenta with specialists, dressmak ers, etc., and seeing to the general wel fare of the members. In speaking of it the New York Sun ny: "The Oasis, in a mntence, is a clear in" house of information and a purvey or of comforts and calm of mind to it members, whether from Westbury, Ii. I., or from Los Angeles. The in for mat win can toe obtained by the mem ber by telephone or letter or toy per annul inquiries. Mia Helen Tyler, a kinswoman of the president of . the Irwin Baaton, Mrs. H. Boyston. president, and .Mrs. Kingsbury Foster of well known social end musical posi tion the hostess." ' 1 "' 1 . - - ... ilisa Cornelia Marvin, state libra rian, will leave next week for an ex tensive tour of the Orient. She will bo accoinjmnied by Miss Todd of Mon mouth, and Mis Foster of Wisconsin. Th party has engaged passage on the Empress of Asia, leaving Seattle on October 10th for Japan. After a pleas umbla trip 'through the FVowery King dom chy will go to Korea where they will be the guests of friends during a brief visit. Manchuria and Peking are next .in tho itinerary, and Christmas day, according to present plans, will b spent in Shanghai. Hong Kong, Singapore and the Malay Pvnninsuis are next in the lino of travel; and if time permits, the island of Borneo will also bo visited. Betiirnlng by; way of tho Philippines and Hawaii the three women will take in 'the most import ant sight of the two island groups, atopping briefly in Manila and Hono lulu, and arriving in tiian (Francisco on (March th. Owing to the heavy tourist traffic, Misj Marvia experienced a groat deal of diffmulty in securing acoonunoda-' lions ven three months ago; Upon her return she will apeak at a mooting of the Wttlem Woman ' club, and the meet mg at which, she will recount her trav els will doubtless be one of the most interesting and instructive of the win ter series. -v ' .,.- Tha tiweet Briar club will hold the initial meeting of the season next Wed nesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Al mewer on Wallace road. Offieers for tha coming year will be elected and matters of importance which have come np during the summer will be die caused. Tha &woet Briar club is one of the most active in the city. It's personnel esBfiiaU of tho mt prominent women in West .Saii-m and it is always active in social and civic affairs of the com munity. An item of interest in connec tion with the work -of the organisation is the fant that it received first priwt for its needlework display at the state fair. Thi 4s the fourth year that the club baa married off the honors. In the imat the premium has always gone to some worthy cause, such as the Red Cr6 or .Bnlgian relief fund. This year however, it will' be used for the little rTVnoh orphan Which the women have adopted. Announcement of the wedding Bnt unlay, Beptenvber 13th, of Joseph H. Motto of tbia eity and Miss Catherine Handle, is. a surprise , to thoir many friends. The wedding took place at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M audio in Demurest, jv, J in the presence of the immediate friends and relatives. Mr. Butts was one of the first to enlist from Salem at the call for volunteer, at the outbreak of the late struggle with Germany. He is the onhr son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Botts of M North 21st street. Mr. and Mrs. Botts arrived in Sa lon Saturday, September STth, and will sake their homo here. dub women in Salem are intensely interested in the coming convention of tho federation of women's clubs, as Miss Mantis Beatty, a member of the Salem Woman' club, and for the past tfrmn Vice " president! of the Mregon federation, is a candidate for the pres idency. The Portland club has entlora ed her and tho local organization has received letter from various other cities announcing that Mis Beatty will receivo their hearty support. All club women In the city are urged to make it a point to be 'present 'it least one ' day at the convention. Official dele gatm from fialem -are Mrs. Zadoe Rig"- the delightful affair and enjoyed the nonpitaiiry or tno Hostesses. A feature of unusual interest at the fair last week was the appearance of Miss Bertha Louise Clark, in a number of whistling solos. Miss Clark appeared Tuesday and Friday at tho auditorium and Wednesday at the stadium, and she was greeted with enthusiasm each time. Her sister, Miss Bernice Clark, noted locally as a musician of excep tional ability, accompanied her at the piano. , ' . Mima Clark who is always a favor ito with Salem audiencos, is known throughout the entire northwest a one of tho most accomplished whistlers on tho coast. She has recently returned from California whore she completed a special course in the Los Angeles school or Artistic Whistling. The suo cess of her solos at the fair was riroV' ed by the enthusiastic reception she received ait each appearance. .' The nineteenth annual convention of the Oregon Federation of Women's cUibs will (be held at Corvallis, October 18, 14, lo, lo. The opening meeting and reception will be held at the club house of ithe Corvalli Woman's club Monday ' evening, October 13, at b' o 'clock. All other sessions will be held in the 'Presbyterian church. Each club of S3 member or less in-. eluded m the federation is entitled to two delegates, one of whom shall be tho president or her appointee. Clubs of 50 are entitled to three delegates. For each additional SO members, clubs are entitled to one additional delegate tvery city, county or district federa tion having 10 clubs is entitled to two delegates, one of whom shall be the president or her appointee, and one ad ditional delegate for every 30 addi tionnl clubs. Onlv one federation will be recog nized in cdity, county or district. No delegate may represent more than one olub or have more than one vote. The delegates, executive board, past presi dents and chairmen of standing com mittees constitute the voting body. ' Club reports will be given Tuesday and Thursday at ndbn luncheons. Pres idents will respond from where thoy are seated at the table, telling in three minutes, only too most Important ac tivity of their club for tho past year. Reports of clubs having no personal representative will be, filed with the recording secretary; - ; ... Ten minutes will be allowed lor the report of standing committees. tRoportt of all clubs and chairmen of comiLlUteos must Ibe typewritten and filed with the recording secretary Resolution will be read and acted upon each day. All resolutions must bo in the hand of the resolutions com mittee before noon Wednesday of the convention. All officers, delegates or alternates and chairmen of standing committees will be provided with rooms and break fasts by tho hostess clubs. It ul important, if tho delegates wish to bo properly eared for, that the name be sent as soon as possible to the chairman of the credentials eom mitteo, Mrs. A. B. Cordley, Corvallis, Or., and to the state corresponding secretary, Mrs. J. A. Pettit, 874 East Taylor street, Portland. At the first meeting of the Greater Willamette club Wednesday evening, Paul Flegel of I ortland, a junior at the university and a brother of Earl Flegei, a Willamette graduate, was elected manager of. the organization for the coming year. Te assist him, the president of the student body appoint ed tho following: Profeseor J. T. Mat thews, Eva Parrett, Bernico Kuuths, ueorge Holt and Russell Karey. Tuesday evening witnessed the open ing of tho informal dancing season, when a pretty informal affair took place at the lllihee Country elub. The rooms had been gayly decorated with season's blossom and a large num lw of irwmbcrs wore iu attendance. Interest during he coming month will center on 'tiro, big -formal ball which will take placo at the club Hallowe'en and for which extensive preparations are bing made. : Miw Jora Andresen, for a number cf year connected with the Capital Journal in a clerical capacity, left Wednesday evening for Jtan Kraneiseo where she will reside In the future. Mis Andresen is well and favorably known in Salem and will be greatly missed by nor numerous friends. She waa a member of a number of social organizations among them being the Artisan lodge and La Area club. She wr accompanied south by her sister, Miss Stanis Andresen, who will remain in San Francisco for two or three months. president of the Halem Woman's elub: Mrs. John Albert, Mrs. William Hamil-1 A guest in the city for several weeks ' Mr. W. E. Kirk, Mrs, Lawrence is-Mr. J. H. Leonard of Jloquiam, T. Harris. I Washington, who is visiting with her ..,.... , (daughter, Mtss Lacy Leonard. Mr, ire association. Mis Fraxier is a most Undoubtedly the most elaborate and Leonard, wits waa formerly a Salem re- enthusiastic worker in the cause and beautifully arranged social function ident, is wlduly known hero. - through her efforts the cumpuign is Miller and Mrs. 8. O. Breckenridge were joint hostesses. The affair was , held at the lovely home of "Mrs. Miller' and the invitation list included all! those who. assisted Secretary Lea in. his office during the state fair. An unique system of decorating was carried out, the rooms being arranged to represent the various department of which the young women were' in j charge, such as the floral, art, neeaie work, 'etc. An elaborate luncheon Was served, at .which the separate courses were announced 'through a megaphone in true "fair" style. A wetty feature of the evening was the presentation to Mrs. Miller, of cut glass fern dish by the guests. Tne invited guests were m Tpai MeDaniel, Miss Mildred Kaylor, Miss Constance Kantner, Miss La Verne Kantner. Mi98 Dolhe Smith, Miss WU- la Huckesteon, Miss Gretta Richmond, Miss Mary Chadwick, Mrs. Ella. Wil son, Mrs. . M. leonard, Mrs. ti. Brown, Mrs. H. V. McLean, Mrs. L. O. Breckenridge, Mrs. Ueorge Miller. . A very pretty homo wedding was solemnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Fliflct, Turner, Thursday eve ning, when thoir youngest daughter, Com, became the bride of William Massey, the iRev. Mickey officiating. The bride was prettily attired in a gown of blue satin, and carried a bou quet of white rosebuds and sweet peas. She was attended by an old school mate, Miss Sybil Peetz, and Victor Fliflet, brother of the bride, acted as best man. After the ceremony a davn ty wedding supper waa served to about 30 gueBts. The bride is a charming young woman of Turner, the bride groom' formerly resided in Turner but is now connected with the Southern Pacific at Falls City, where the hap py couple will reside after a months trip to different cities in southern Urer gon. w w ' The state convention of the Oregon W. C. T. U. will meet in Ashland, Octo ber 8, 9, 10. A most elaborate program is being compiled with a picture of Luhia park, contributed by the Ash land Commercial club, adorning the cover. The meetings will be held in tho First Presbyterian church. -The morning- sessions will be devoted to business. Wednesday will be woteomo nigh, with greetings from C. B, Lambkin, mayor: Rev. D. D. Edwards, Professor Briscoo of the public schools, Mrs. C. B. Lambkin for the federated clubs', and Dr. Keeney-Ferris for the W. C. T. U. Mrs. u. L. Buland of Portland will make tho response. Music will be furnished by Tilton's orchestra, mal and mixed quartets, and the soloists will be Mr, ttatner A she r of t and Mrs. Hockett. George M. Brown, attorney genera, will epeak on law enforcement.' Bev. C F. Koehler and B. P. Campbell will also speak. The president Is Mrs. Mattie M. Sleeth; vice president at large, Mrs. M. (Frances Swope; corresponding sec retary, Mrs. Madgo Mears; treasurer, iin. Jane M. Donaldson; recording sec retary, Mrs. Mary U. Tuthlll. A group of violin and piano pupil of Miss Joy Turner recently gave a very interesting musical at Mis Tur ner' studio, 335 North .Capitol street. Master vtordon Bennett, a promising vocal pupil of Miss Lena Belle Tartar, gave some pleasing songs in addition to his piano number. In a competitive examination to see which pupil kept the best position and gave tho best interpretation, flTaeo Stevens, violin and Madalene Gicsy, piano, carried off the honors. The pro-; gram was given as follows: llano; Stop by Step , Streabbog uoroon Dennett Violin; In the Oanoe ........ Oruenberg Ueorge otoner Piano; Day Dreams SpauMlng Virginia Best Violin; (a) Hymn Meycrberg (b) Liberty Folk Song .... Oruenberg bum una lursekorn Piano duet; Minuett In G, Beethoven Gertrude Jiiesgbeck, Miss Turner Violin; Impromptu Oruenberg Uerald Knbm Piano; (a) Tired and Sleepy, Spaulding (b) Thistle Down Road Maude Engstrom Violin; Soldiers' Song Vogt Harold Kupert Piano; March Milltiare Sartordo Mrs. Kubin Violin; Dreams of Home.... Greenwald Grace Stevens riano; Alice, Where Art Thou . .'. AseheriKern Coy Cowdoa Song; (a) The Mail Train.. ..Ncidlinger (b) Hunting Bong Neidlinger liontou Itennett Piano; (a) Adagio from Senate Pa thetlquo Beethoven (b) White Hose Socturne. Theo Miller tertrude Kieesbeck Piano; Chapel by the Sva Wilson M.nlaleue Giesy Violin; Fimride Revwic....imnterZman Claudine Gertb, Piano;(a) Danse Ecossaise Fred Baker (b) Tho'ts of Thee , VVenxcl Helen Ramsden Violin; Flower Son? Lange Kobert Rameden Piano accompaniment, Helen Bams den. Selections by violin ensemble club: George Stouer, Glenn Shedeck, Gerald Kubin, Grace Stevens, Edmund Hirse korn, Claudine Perth, J. A. Rowland, Harold Rupert, Albert Boock, Robert Hamsileu, Oleun Drsger. -."' Mrs. F. L. Griffith has beea the guest of friend in Portland several days this week. Miss 'Florence Frazier spoke at the Highland school last evening in the interests of the ' Be-a-Brick, Bny-a-Brick" campaign being carried on for the Pacific ls Kesuee and protect Mi sses ' A vrfmnhCoats, Suits and Dresses Jauntily Fashioned for Youth Vibrant With Style Entering into the vision and grace of young womanhood are au tumn garments that have caught the very gladness and buoy ancy of the girl in her teens to whom clothes are a dominating ex pression of her joy in life. They are cleverly adapted to the season's models, yet ever fashioned with consummate art to impart an atmosphere of youth. - sM The small woman also will find in this collection many sty les very definitely becoming. ? V " : . :' t if -QUALITY MERCHANDISE OUTFITTERS TO WOMEN, MISSES AND CHILDREN POPULAR PRICES meeting with marked success in the Mr. M. L. Fulkerson of this city) honorary presideiftrof the Oregon Con gress of Mother and Parent-Teacher associations, will be one of those who represent Halem at the convention in Medford next week. Thi convention is attracting etate wide attention. Personal letters have been sent to an parent-teacher associations in the coun try and to neighboring councils by the Medford association. The Greater Med ford elub'is cooperating, and so also is the College Women ' elub end the Wednesday Btudjf club. : ' Ashland ia' CMPffrating by inviting the convention there for Thursday's session, where alt delegate will be entertained at lunch by the Ashland r. . i TL - V.J. rareni-tJieacaer assocjauuji. J-ucr jkvu ford women will urovide autos for all delegate to and from Ashland. The Medford aessions wall be neia in tne First Presbyterian church. One important issue of the couvenr tioa ia to change the name of the or ganisation to one just as appropriate but not so lengthy. The aeminary men.' banquet of the Methodist conrerenca was held last eve ning at 5 o'clock ia the parlors of the Leslie Methodist etmrcn. altnongn tne Seminary Men's association consist only of those members of tne confer ence who have attended some theolog ical school, the banquet waa open for all attending; the conference, and their wives. About 123 were present at tne banquet, for which the ladies of tne Ijealia churcn wore noat cases, jtever end J. C Spencer of Boeebury acted as toaatmaster. and two short addressee were delivered, Bvereend E. B. Gilbert of Oregon City speaking on "Our Min isterial ijeaderstuD in tne moire, ana Dr. H. A. Talbot,, president of the Kimball School of Theology, choosing a his aubject, "Theological Schools in the Present Crisis." The evening was brought to a close with a song ren dered by the Kimball enortra. The wives of the visiting ministers who are attending the Methodist eon ference were gneeta at a pretty in formal tea Wednesday, at which the women of the church presided, ine out parsonage of the Methodist church ha been eoaUy furnished with comfortable easy chairs, convenient writing desks. and a host of magazines and current literature, where . the women go be tween sessions to enjoy a lew social hours. It was here that the tea was siven. Mr. R. N. Avison pouring, era einusly assisted by Mrs. E. E. Fisher, Mrs. E. T. Barnes and Mrs. Olive Hand -... Mrs. Charte A Park will resume her bible classes, the first one taking place next Tuesday afternoon. These cltisses are always ' extremely popular among the women of the town who are interested in Bible researcn, ano nra held in the room of the ionng Wo men' Christian association at 2:30 o'clock. Club women are evincing interest in tho announcement that Mr. Collin F.lkin of Prineville is being prominent ly mentioned for the office of vice. president of .th Oregon federation of Women's dubs. Mrs. Etkins is a woman of great executive ability and is gen uinely interested in the welfare of the federation. She was" president of the PrineviUei fclub when the federation met there two years ago. She is a lead er in central Oregon and ono that should be popular with the women of the state. (Continued on page five) WOODRY HAS MOVED to 270 N. Com'l St. TO'CZEMA. 3 Tonancethettch. YICRS VAPOall YQUg BODYGUARD" f0. W mm ? why mm . . ? t About Bread and Pastry for your Meals Let us do the worrying for you-- Every thing Fresh EVERY DAY. Peerless Bakery ! Philip Winters, Prop, j 170 N. Com'l. 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