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Lawrence Jeffersonian Gazette (Newspaper) - July 2, 1913, Lawrence, Kansas July 1913 card miss Marguerite Emery entertained with a Well appointed party yesterday afternoon honouring her miss Harriet Bales of Kansas there were guests for four tables of auction the first a Little Silver powder paper was won by miss Lena Tripp at the close of the afternoon an elaborate two course luncheon was the guests were miss Harriet miss Lena Jack miss Genevieve miss Monte Johnson of Kansas John Van de miss Agnes miss Nelle miss Leota John miss Isabel miss Blanche miss Beatrice miss Edith miss Lucie and miss Laura miss Emery was assisted by miss Margaret Haworth and the marriage of miss Florence Ream and Donald Stanley was v solemnized at Oclock by the the at his Home in the House was decorated with Palms and ferns and Pink and White Sweet and the Bride was unattended and wore a White crepe meteor draped with she wore Pearl Orna ments in her hair and carried a Bou Quet of White after the ceremony a wedding breakfast was about Twentyfive guests witnessed the Cere and Stanley left after the wedding for where Stanley is practising Law and where they will make their the wedding music was furnished by miss who and miss Stella who played the wedding ing i among the brides gifts were a reception was held at the Home of judge smart and smart on East fourth Street and was marked throughout by a charming info the receiving friends were judge and and and and Miller and and and these with and mor Gan formed the receiving the guests were welcomed on the spa Cious front porch of the smart Home which was very inviting with Jardi nieces filled with Flowers and with chairs and the rooms of the Home were also prettily decorated with a profusion of Flowers in Bou Quets and misses Lucy Forbes and Mabel Stannard during the evening gave an enjoyable pro Gram of violin and piano numbers and punch was served to the guests by a Bevy of Young girls misses Miriam Marguerite and Blanche Davenport and Caroline smart serving in the Back parlor and miss Louise and Eleanore Daven port Charlotte smart in the about three Hundred friends of and Morgan attended the re the life put Ginger in your a spoonful now and then will Wake it from its slumbers and liven it will set the works to buzzing As bees about a hive and to yourself and others will prove you Are the old and sleepy notions were once upon a time quite ample and sufficient but now they Are a crime or what As worse is As any one will claim who knows that modern methods Are losers in the handsome dinner the set from her Franklin of Quanti ties of Silver and Cut hand embroidered and a handsome Ivory Dresser set Stanley is a son of for Many years a Ward school principal in Lawrence and was raised in Clark Berry of for Merly of and miss Grace Marie Glover were married yester Day afternoon at 5 Oclock at the Home of the brides and Glover of Berry left last might for a wedding trip in the on their return in about two they will be at Home to their friends at their new Bungalow in Highland Berry lived in Lawrence several years ago and has Many friends and acquaintances dinner last Perkins entertained with a dinner Las night honouring miss Florence Payne and Rol Lin the guests were seated at two tables which were decorated with shepherdess baskets of Swee the place cards were Han painted with White the guests were miss Florence i it int just sufficient to have the goods to All tagged and marked and labelled and sitting in a to get them on the Market and to spread wide their Joys and then bring in the profits you have to make a the Man who makes the Money and also makes his Mark is not the sleepy mortal who stumbles in the no its the Busy Comer As his Marks Are scored puts Ginger in his business and reaps his sure of How i love the summer in glad i am alive when Good old fahrenheit is touching i have no Anthracite to i shovel off no i do not have Wear cuffs wherever i May i do not slip and Jar Iny Bones upon the icy or hear the oldest resident give his coldest weather talk its simply heaven to its great to take a for Nineteen Miles or so out in the blazing it makes ambition stir within my Large upholstered to be parboiled arid melted it makes me yearn for when suffocating weather comes i never care to shirk Rollin Clement or Lucius miss Margaret Henry and Otis miss Frances miss Bertha Alice Perkins Theodore Maud Difandi Francis miss Helen Fred miss Genevieve miss Dorothy Williston of miss Mary Barnhart of austins and miss Monte Johnson of had ice Cream following the regular Lodge ses Sion last the elks varied the customary social session by having ice Cream and and substituting old maid and authors for the games that generally fill the it was a Good night for ice and the members present enjoyed the hot weather menu with which they were confronted at the close of the Lodge birth a son was born yesterday to and George living at 912 new Hampshire for and one of the most thoroughly delightful of social functions Given in Ottawa recently was the reception Given last evening by a number of friends of and Thomas who leave soon for their Home in the the Only notion that i have fils to dig in and How i love the summer of it i never i think that i can hear you softly whisper o miss Jennie miss Linnie miss Eva miss Alice miss Bess miss Mathilde miss Grace miss Marie miss Elfrieda Fisch miss Bernice miss elea nor miss Gladys miss Mary miss Charlotte miss Arline miss Helen miss Helen miss Lois and miss Marian mrs de Schall was assisted by Joe Ramsey and Clarence v birth a son was born sunday to and Alfred at 1144 Rhode Island How to keep dont walk too dont fuss and dont vow twill be much hotter yet dont eat too dont drink at All of things composed of when you look out and say this one will be a scorching Day dont fan yourself and ask your is my face red dont read about the Sun stroke dont read the old hot weather jokes dont work too hard dont try to see the rising of the dont run for cars dont Wear your dont study the thermometers dont Muse on How the seasons Roll and Grieve about the Price of dont sit and gasp dont think youre hot just Cool off with i think in More than dont read a Rule beneath this head How to keep Iii evening a Gamma sorority and was this Spring elected to the honorary fraternity Phi Beta miss Payne is undoubtedly one of the Best known and one of the most pop ular girls in Lawrence and her friends Are glad that she is to live Here after her t Rollin Perkins has also lived in Lawrence a Long time and has taken a prominent part in school a both in the High school and in the he is a member of the Beta Theta i several years he was graduated from the University and last year he attended the Elarid Stanford the newly married Evans of Chicago tribute to Kansas for pure food couple will leave wednesday for new and from there they will sail for the British where they will spend the in the fall they will be at Home in Lawrence and Perkins will take up the practice of dinner last Perkins entertained with an elaborate dinner last night in Honor of miss Florence Payne and Rollin the guests were seated at one Long the Centrepiece was a Large vase of brides roses on a there were Pink shaded candles at each place and at the ends of the the nut dishes were tied with Pink after the first course miss Payne was presented with a brides Candy the wedding cake was decorated with the ornaments tha Perkins used when she was at the close of the dinner Otis Perkins gave a Toast to the Bride and As the Loving cup was pass talked on health one of the great duties of the modern health he was to get information before Public health officers All Over the country feel under obligations nurses both at Public and private these nurses Are mis lie they teach discontent with improper ways of and a reasonable discontent is the foundation of All a Side from the Good they do directly by the use of their skilled they Are perhaps even More useful by what they do in the Way of Point ing out what is possible in the Way of right the fact that Kansas is a Rural Community largely places you at an advantage Over certain other i i am told that your death rate from tuberculosis to the Kansas Board of declared Evans of in his address of the conservation of human life in Fraser Hall at the University last the Kan Sas Board was a Pioneer in the work of securing the framing and enforce ment of pure food it is much easier now to enforce these Laws than it was in the Days when they were first men of courage were required and in those trying first Days the Kansas Board of health was a Beacon of encouragement to other i sometimes wonder if the people of Kansas appreciates the services of the Board and its Secretary to the state and to the country at Evans lecture was Given to a per now that Means Little if anything to most of but you can easily understand it when i Tell you that in Kansas you Are three times As Safe from consumption As you would be in but this should not make the people of Kan Sas satisfied with they have been made Good because proper measures have been but Good As they Are they can be the problem of High school inspection was discussed briefly by the he favored increasing both for the welfare of the children and because it is an Index of the health of the Community and May often Lead to nipping an epidemic in the Evans said that the English have discovered that it is not necessary to close the schools even in time of except at fair sized crowd in the University certain stages in an outbreak of his talk was Brief because i children will meet some he had to catch a train Back to he and it is better to j a afternoon miss Florence Payne entertained yesterday afternoon with a Delight Ful party honouring miss Mary barn of and miss Dorothy Williston of afternoon was spent informally and musical members were Given by miss Mary miss Audrey harsh Berger and miss Beatrice late i the afternoon refreshments were served by miss Helen Payne and miss Winifred the guests Mary barn miss Dorothy miss Genevieve miss Monte Johnson of Kansas miss mar Garet miss Flaude miss Phyllis miss Frances of Kansas miss Adrienne at miss Hannah miss Dorothy miss Anna miss Audrey miss Beatrice miss Reba miss Helen miss Mary miscellaneous miss Eleanor Gilmore and George gave a miscellaneous Shower yesterday for missed the guests Sang pass the Lov ing the guests were miss Florence Rollin and Clement Lucius miss Margaret Henry per and Otis miss Frances miss Bertha Alice Theodore Rudi Maud and Wallace Francis miss Helen Fred miss Genevieve miss Dorothy miss Mary Owen Kinney of Cin and Al and mrs birth and Elmer of fort Are the parents of a son born june Hunter is an old Lawrence and has Many friends thimble miss Marie Hotchkiss gave a Lida an course luncheon elaborate was four the evening miss Isabel Gibb gave an auction Bridge party last night in compliment to miss Harriet Bales of Kan Sas City who is visiting miss Marguerite the prizes were won by miss Aileen Weaver and Robert at the close of the evening a two course luncheon was the guests were miss Harriet Bales of Kansas miss Marguer Ite miss Genevieve miss Monte Johnson of Kansas miss Aileen miss Leota miss Oreta Solon Robert Owen or Sam Fairchilds of William Ogden Jones and Edward Tan thimble miss Nellie May Schall gave a thimble party yesterday in Honor of miss Charlotte Boutwell who is Here from the guests spent a delightful at the close of which a Light luncheon was the guests were miss Charlotte guests were seated at one Large table which was decorated in Pink and there was a Centrepiece of Sweet peas and the place cards were land painted in Pink and from the chandelier strands of Pink hearts extended to the four Corners of the miss Isabel Gilmore and miss Mildred Gilmore assisted in the dining covers were Laid for miss Lida Owen miss Nelle miss Marian miss Bess miss Edna miss Minnie miss Kate Cald miss Lenore George Kir and miss Eleanor Perkins Payne a wedding of much interest to Lawrence people is that of miss Florence Payne and Rollin Perkins which will occur tonight at 8 the House is to be Deco rated in Smilax and White the ceremony will be read by the brides Wallace and the wedding March will be played by miss Audrey harsh miss Beatrice Dalton will sing before the miss Florence Payne has always been a most prominent girl in Law rence she is talented and has a charming in High school and the University she has been Active in school affairs be Side being an excellent she is a member of the Kappa Kap thimble party yesterday afternoon at the Alpha Tau House for miss Sterra Beggs of Topeka and miss Helen Bushey of the afternoon was spent informally and Light refreshments were the guests were miss Sterra miss Helen miss Helen miss Mary miss Margaret miss Helen miss Rose a miss Lyla miss Lois miss Helen miss Phyllis miss Marian Hen miss Edna miss Esther miss Jennie miss Linnie miss Victoria Bur roughs and miss Geneva the methodist methodist Day in Woodland Park yesterday afternoon was a genuine picnic time and largely the older folks spent the time in visiting and sociability and the younger people entertained with Ball throwing contests and base Ball a cafeteria supper was served to about four Hundred people and a sack of pea nuts to Aid the sociability was thrown it is pronounce done of the most successful picnic times the Church has Ever dance next some of the High schools girls will give a dance next Friday night at the Alpha Tau Omega i picnic at the following Young people had a picnic at Woodland Park last night miss Lois miss Edna miss Marian Hen miss Marie miss Helen miss Helen miss Sterra Beggs of miss Helen Bushey of Hel Mer Murray Frank Clarence Armine Earl Dorman Oleary and Kenneth anniversary and Russell will give an tonight to celebrate their wedding and who have been visiting the families of Spurgeon and other for several left today for the previous to returning to their Home in los but in the Little More than half an hour that he spoke he touched on Many matters of Public interest in the modern health i regard the Campaign for pure food and drugs As something of wider import even than the cause of pure food said it is a part of the evolution of thought re Garding Public in the Early Days of the the country heroes were the military men who tamed the wilderness and fought off foreign when the study of government became the great con the heroes were society in this country has grown up loosely and in such a growth it was natural that there was a Trace of to eliminate Dishon esty from Public affairs is the great modern the work of Wiley in Washington and of Crum Bine in Kansas to secure pure food was a part of this the real foes of the country Are not now those who threaten from without but those who conspire from within to drag the people to a lower plane the characteristic of the present time in the matter of Public health is the popularization of in formation rather than of the sort that is changing the life of the people but it was confined to the libraries and to the minds of a few it is Only As it gets put among the people that such knowledge be comes elective to work for the Good of Darwin discovery that Man is affected by his environment is Al most a Century but it is Only within recent years that it has be gun to Bear fruit in the formation of numberless societies and organizations which have for their purpose the improvement of mans Environ every movement for better sanitation is founded upon this Dis it is Over half a Century now since an austrian Monk worked out the problem of yet Only recently has Mendels discovery led to the new science of so see that Public health problems have As their very essence the taking advantage of every Means possible to educate the on this fact is founded such a thing As this school of health at the of course the officers who attend Are benefited by what they learn but in a larger sense they Are Only the Means of transportation of information from this Cen trial Point out Over the ultimately the people of the Many of whom will never even hear of this Are its i was interested this afternoon to hear Dean Sayres lecture on the fight that has been made against Patent medicines and quack doctors of All he pointed out that even the utmost enforcement of have them meet under the super Vised conditions in the school room rather than on the closing the schools Means a loss of time that is valuable to the Chil the time that elapses while schools Are closed is not generally added on at the end to allow the child his full school in most cases it Means time lost for and the English have he they can not keep Laws would not entirely protect the people against this form of exploitation and what is the remedy for this condition the answer is that by the spread of intelligence we Are going to cure the desire to get Relief from ills in this there was a time when men accepted their minor ills with out trying to escape from they did not know that escape was was then came the half knowledge that Relief for certain ills was to to be the use of Patent medicines and quack nostrums is action on this half the remedy for the condition is to turn on the full Light of knowledge and make men More discriminating As they will be when they know what will help them and what will Evans spoke approvingly of the growing employment of visiting t l schools going All the that with medical supervision they can Deal better with they could if the schools were Bear in said the that at this period of the Childs life his body is As plastic As we generally recognize his mind to bad influences upon the body in the Early years often mean suffering later in life that can be avoided if we member that the child is As susceptible physically As he is women can vote on the Bridge building proposition to be voted on july 22 will be the first county wide proposition on which the women of Douglas county will have a Chance to cast the so far As recalled it is the first county wide vote in the state since the Pas Sage of the Law completely Elfran Chising the women of the there ought to really be something doing on that death of Young Lawrence woman mar ried Only Short Ambur Cleo Shaffer died this morning at her Home 1145 new York Shaffer was mar ried october to Cam Eron who is employed by Stewart in his Barber she was 22 years the funeral notice will be Given Shaffer was Tii daughter of and marriage probate judge Lindley marriage licenses today to issued Rollin Perkins and Florence Mary Payne of and Charles cold Smith of and Sarah Ethel Willett of probate judge Lindley issued marriage licenses today to Benton Howard and Olive Hegeman of Lawrence and Carl Boyls of Empo Ria and Eva Bert Pooler 06 football Captain married at announcements have received in Lawrence of the marriage a Beloit thursday if Bert Pooler and miss Ohve Virginia Grout at the Home of the brides and Pooler will be at Home in Beloit after july Pooler is county attorney of Mitchell coun Bert Pooler was Captain of the Jay Hawker football team in 1905 and one of the beast players who Ever appeared on Mccook he has Many friends in were married Charles French and Grace Musser of Desoto were married by probate judge Lindley at his office judge Lindley granted a marriage License to Archie Weith Compla and Mabel Ulrich of Hiff Zicker and her two children went to

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