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About The amplifier. (West Linn, Oregon) 1921-current | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1924)
AND NEIGHBORING COMMUNITIES
MRS. HENRY KRAFT
(Published Every Tuesday)
Route 1, Box 187, Canby.
Quilt Blocks Sewed
For Farm Home
CANBY, April 30 — The Canby
WCTU helds its regular monthly
meeting at the home of Mrs. George
Berg, Friday, with potluck dinner.
The forenoon was spent in sewing
luilt blocks for the. Corvallis Farm
■lome. Mrs. R. O. Andrus called
;he meeting to order at 2:00 P. M.
The group sang. Mrs. H. Kraft,
B.ev. Munson and Mrs. Andrus led in
irayer. Mrs. John Koehler and Mrs.
D. Cutsforth sang a duet. Devotions
vete given by Rev. Munson, a min
ster of the Free Brethren Lutheran
:hurch of Seattle, Wash. Mrs. R.
B. Start gave Unión Signal reports.
Hrs. Andrus spoke on the Bryson
Bill requesting the members to write
etters to senators requesting to stop
¡ntire manufacture and sale of bev-
:rage alcohol for the duration of the
It was also voted to send á tele
gram to Secretary Stettinus at the
>an Francisco conference stating our
layers are with them, and that we
is a WCTU group deplore the free
low of spiritous liquor.
Mrs. Pearl Braddock gave a re-
>ort on soldiers and sailors, she
itated that the Canby WCTU is the
>nly one in the district contributing
nonthly to the Christian Service
Benter in Portland.'
Communications on the LTL were
’ead by Mrs. R. C. Start; Mrs. Luke
Earthing, Mrs. Sutton and Miss Ha
sel Swigert , gaye readings; Mrs.
Föhn Eid, read á poem; Mrs. Effie
SeJson reported on Farm Home
Work and requested that aprons and
Jillow slips be made and old cotion
jlankéts be brought to the next
neetirig which will be he|d oh the
■egular- fourth Friday of next month
n the Bethany chdreh. The mothers
>f .sojdiers and sailors will be honor*
One hundred and fifty pounds of
Nothing was brought in for the war
Present were Mrs. R. »O; Andrus,
Hrs. C. H. Frum and Ellen Ann,
Hrs. Lars Melum, Miss Hazel Swi-
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GERMAN ATROCITIES HORIFY ALLIES—German civilians of' Weimar witness a
truckload of dead prisoners at Camp Buchenwald, Nazi horror mill. Civilians were compelled
by Ui S. Third Army MP’s to witness evidence of these atrocities. (International Soundphoto.)