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TIIK OREGOV STATESMAN: SATURDAY. JUAE 8, 1018.
LOCAL MEN WHO
w-v'tTRINCJ the month of May. forty
U three new men ' have enlisted for
war service. - They Include those
who hare ueet dr&iteu. . m. A
workers for France, a group wta have
Joined the navy and a few nmrines.
The new men brine the number of looal
men in service up to oV seo-
Nearly all of tnee men have enlisted
since the state of war was declared,
-April , l17. Of the!S05. ten have dlod
In thepest year, one of whom. Paul
Hich. a 2- ear-old member of Com
pany II. Is buried In France. A star
Attached to a name Indicates a death.
During the month, two stars have
(Hen to honor Salem soldiers. They
are with the names of Edward Gittens.
ne of the youngest draft members
who died following a short stay at
Camp Lewis and Earl W. Mollencop.
It has been confirmed that Earl Mol
tencop has been lost on the naval col
lier Cyclops. 1
Abbett, Ferris Anderson, Gustave
Abbott. William F.Anderaon. Harold
A beams. Carle Arnold. Kirby
Aekerman. Glenn Aspinwall. Kenneth
Adams, Robert A,
Albers, Oscar O. Atterbery, Ray
Alden. Rodney W mond
A Id rich. Rev. H. N.Atkinson. Lyle I
Alexander, J. i". Aufrance. Vernon
Alford, Max L. Austin, Leland A.
Allen. Dana II. Axley. Seth
Allen. N. R. Axly. Rollo
Allison. Victor V.
Baser, Ernest E.
ISaker. Jtay C.
Ragley, Frank H.
Bailey. Leslie B.
Baker. Ernst E.
Bales. Carl E.
Bales. Paul D.
Ball. Maxwell E.
BlunK. Elmer E.
Bolt. Edward F.
Boone. Daniel M. '
Booth. Warren FL
Hallard, emits r.
Ballev. Leslie B. Botts. Joseph H-.
Hsnick. Leonard Bouffleur, Albert iC
Banta. Francis N. Bowers, Harry
liar nick, Ferdinand Bowes, Clarence L.
Itarthelmy, Uenrge Boyd; James M. 'r
Bartlett. King 8. Brackett Forrest
tartlctt, Taul B. F.
ftartnn. Hay Bradeson. Victor XX
liartholomew, Fh 11- Brad ford. Donald -
Ip Braden, Frank
Fturton. Frank Bradford, Miles
Bates.- Dr.- Charles KriCKS. Cyrus P
T E. t Brooks, Frank Du-
Bartlett. Willis U. ana
Battalion, Christ f Brooks, Kussell I-.
Bayes, Clarence Brown, Jay
Beck, Claud W. Brock. Clair O.
Beck. Trust oe H. Brouger, Floyd
Beck, George V, Brouger, Percy
Beckman. Clarence Brown, Donald G.v
tteainsriieia. J. ju. runcc, ueorx-e
Burris, Paul F.
Burch am. Otto
Bynon. Allan A.
Byrd. Donald W.
Bennett. Dr. Paul
HI x by.-Neil Sr.
1 Cambosis, Ftefano Coate, William F.
Carpenter, Clarence Coffin, F.
Capliager, J. IrvineCogswell. fJ. Merle
Carlisle. William .Collins, .Victor A
D. Dr.) Collins, "Victory H.
Carson, Alias O. Comstoek, Clyde
Case, Lord L, Compten. LoulK H.
Cat ton, William ; ContVo, Theodore
M- Conley. iiryan H.
Cave, Thurman , Conley, Bryan H.
Cavitt. John ' Cook, Luther D.
Chandler, Melvln 8-Coonse. Jessie
Chapter, Karl A. Cooper, Delbert
Chambers. John E Cooper, Thomas i
Chase, Zenas M. Cook. Elmer v i
Cherrlngton, Geo. Cooley, victor X
A. Cooper, Hiram B. '
Church; Gale W. Cooper. James 8. Jr.
CUrkfc. John L. Cordier. Clifford W.
Clark, Edward , - Cory. Donald
Clarke, W. D. Crabtree. Ernest
Clay, Dr. Harry - Crahane. Lee C.
i Clair. WUliam C Craig. Charles W.
y Clearwater, RobcrtCrane, Hubert E.
Cleveland. Allan Cup p. Lonie
Cleveland, Howard Curtis, Charles 1. .
Coates, W Thorn- Cupp. Johnny
as f - Cowglll. W.C'Jr.
Dally, Wilbur Domegalia. Jack ..
Davey, Robert E Dougherty, Clar-
Davis, Edward H. ence
Davis, Eustace ' Doughty, William
Davis. LaNoel B. O.
Davis. Eustace K. Doughty. Walter ML
Day, Robin D. Dough tery, Walter
Deranleau. Fred A. M.
Derrick, George H-Duncan, Robert
Derrick, Harold CDurbin, Frankila
Derry. Guy O. W.
DicKson. EmmgttcDutton, Joswph M.
of the CZAR
: ; "THE FALL
SINGING, DANCING, COMEDY
ARE WITH COLORS
Eberhard. Walter English. Bryan J.
Charles EngLish. Felix
Ector. William H. fc-mmona, Carl W.
Elliott. Rev. Carl ILEstebe. Lemuel E.
Klvin. Rev. Jomes twins, James H. O.
Eberiy. H. J. ut, William
Eckerlen. Eugene - Hiram
Ellison, Gay B. , ,,
Farmer, Ivan B. Fowie. Hayward
L ( I .J . " ID...... I I I, II- I k TT
Vinior. Aril Priwr Uirrt F! I
Pleener. Archie, C Fraaer, Robert A.
Flegel. Earl C Freeland. Howard
rietcher, James D.Fruit, Merle T.
Flier. George & Fry. Daniel J., Jr.
Flouruler, Henry M.Fubrer, Jacob , t
Gabrielson, Carl D.GIlky. Errol
Gale, J. Rodney Gill. Rugae L,
Gard. LeRoy Gill. Wbitney
Gardner, James Gipson. Harry E. ;
Oarnjobst. J. H. Gray. Robert O.
Carson, James Arn-Gralapp. Arnold X
old Green. Carey i
Gary. Pant Green, C J. :M
Gamble, John A. Goin, Irel J.
Gibson, Carl Goldberg. Louis
Gibson Floyd W. Golden. Virgil
Gilbert. Ralph Griffith. Lewis T. !
Gilbert. Tinkham Grosvenor.- Frank i
Gilbert. Malcolm L. S.
Gillette. Alpheus Gunning. I. Curtis
Hall. Christy C Herse. Roy ,
Halvorsen, George Hess. John A. '
Hamilton. James Hewitt. Elton
Lawrence Hill Dan B.
Hansen. Richard CXHiiriker. Orton
Hanson, Edward O.Hingea, Karl C
Harpe, Alva CheaterHobson. Henry H.
Harris. R. A. Hockett, Verdea
Harold, Benjamin Hoff. Norlyn P.
Harper 3alpta b. Hoffman. Oris
Harroun. R. W. Hofstetter. Hans
Harvey. Ralph W. HoffnelU E. M,
Haw ley. Cecil Holxelaw. Arthur
Hawley, Kenneth F.Helm. Clayton L.
Hayden. Miller Holt. Archie
Haasel. David C. Hoover, Theron
Headrivk. Chester Hopt. Lawrence W.
F. Horner. Cheater C.
Keadrick. Earl Houck. Jams F.
Heine. Menrv Hoxie. Harry 2.
Heinle. Henry Hultcnberg. Carl Z.
Henderson. TrubertHurlburC Edwin U.
Headrick, J. McD. Humphrey, .Edward
Ilcadrick. William Hunter, u. H.
Hendricks. Paul R. Fern
Herbert .Richard E.tlolman. J. W.
Irvine, A thill
Tvie, Lloyd W.
Ingels. Holis C
Jackson. Myrl Jones. Aubrey
Jackson. Rein E. Jones. Allan
Johnson. Claude A. J ones. Gale R.
Johnson. Em art Jones, Melville-0.
Johnson, Ivan Jones, Sid ,
Joklin, Edward R-Jcnes. Samuel 3.
Keefer, Harry 8.
Keene, Richard E.
Keenen. Gilbert J
Kelly. William W.
Kelley. Harold Wil
helm Kendy. Norwain W.
Kennen. Ome U.
Ktrscn. I'aul n.
Kirch ner. Jack U.
.Kloster. Vernon J.
Kloster, Dwight .
Kloster, Vernon J.
Kubln. Otto F.
La Course. Orris. A. Lee. Harold C U X
Lady. Ivan Lee. Lloyd A. -A
Lake. Coral LefflngwlL Orley J.'
Landers, Glenn Levy, Ben
Larson. Chester A. Lewis. F. D.
'ardon. Noah Lewis. George
Larsen. Raymond, Libby Alonxo
- O. ' Lindsay. Admiral O.
Latimer. Andrew Lindsay, Chester .
Charles Lindsay. Ralph
Lamport.' Merrill & Lindsay.' Velda
Lawrence. Daniel Little. Willis C
E. Lockman, William
Lawrence. Fratk Lockman "rank
Lawson, Maurice Leter. Ray. V. v
Wesley Low, Charles E.
O. ,-- : :
' :- : I' ' ' Me , ' ; V" -
McAdams. Lewis McDonald. Lyman
McAllister. Lee McGilchristTMillar
McCaddam. Glenn Mclnturff, Herman
McAllister. Jo U F.
McAllister, Louis McDougal. Walter
McClelland. Ben- Mc Kinney. Harold
McClelland. James McKenney, Claude
McDanleL Bruce W-McTimmonda, Vera
Martin. Hugh A. Marr. Char lea
Mason. Ralph Martin. Carl
Mangis. Charles K. Matthews, Oliver
langis. William E. K.
Mark. Ray Matten. George C
Meiring. Herman Matthews. Oliver
Mercer. Ira Maurer. Paul C
Mack. Frederick B,Miles. Roas
Matteson. Dewey CM tiler. Oscar
Maynara. ueorg Miller. Ralph W.
Miller. E. Harry
Miller. Franklin J
Miller. Paul W.
Mills. Waldo O.
Mitchell. Alva C
Moir. Goodrich C
Mott. L. H. (Dr.)
Mills. Harry Qilnn
Moore. Ernest F.
Moore s, Kenneth
Moore a. Ralph '
Mowery. Robert E.
Munnon, Charley C
Mangis, Frederick Murdock. Louis J.
li Miller. Harold C
Mason. Francis W.Minton. Joseph
Meyers. Karl -
Nadon. Royal A. Nolan. Alfred
Neer, James K. Norton. Jamea E.
Neff, Kenneth -Norton. James E.
Neiger, Henry J. Kotson. Lee W.
Neuner, Frank J. Nye. Merl M.
Newmyer. Dr. Phil L.
Ohler, William O. O'Neil. Carl
Ohling. Merrill . Ontrin. Ernest F.
Ovall. Andrew V. Otto. Oscar
Olson. Elmer Ohling. Merrill
Olson. Waltet Dough ton
Page. Burton J. Pratt. Bert
Paine, Ralph Periich. Robert
Page. Leo G. Phillipps. Sim
Patchln. E. If. Pike. Lionel U
Peafmine, Lester Plant. Harry
Pearce. Mem Plant. Calvin
ferlich, William F.I"orter. Itev. F. T.
Peters. Georgo W. Pollock. Dean
Peterson. Gust Prince. Frank L.
Pilkenton. Mort Pruner, Chauncsy
Pratt. Archie . Page. James L.
Prusser. John C Payne. Edwin
Page. Lyle Robert
Parmenter, Clar- Peterson, Arvid
ence L, Pallock, Dean
Patterson. Phillip Prlddy. Foster K.
l'atterson, William Proctor. Errol W.
G. Put man. Welcome
Paulus. Fred Hay
I'ayne, Edwin it. r-ouaa. or. ts. r.
Race. Morris E. Ransom. Harold Y.
Kandall. Charles R.Rape. Maurice L.
Rape, Frank Hardin, George L.
Rape, Herman Rauch. Cloyd
Ratcliff. Ivan J. Rauch. Edward N.
Reinhart. Arthur Reld. Victor
Rinehart. William Relgelman. Perry
J. Relnhard. William
Reeves, F. IL Remington. Roy W.
Rex. Raymond Rich. Paul
Richards. Roe 1. Rlagle. Pnilllpp L.
Richer, George Rodney. Aldea
Rickman. John Rose bra ugh. Frank
Riley, Stanley. J. Rosa. Elmer L.
Roland. Tracy Rowin, Walter
Ruble. John Rowland. Edgar
Rupert. Harley Ross, D. R.
Radcllff, MelbimraeRogers. Howard
Ralston, Vayne W.
Randall. Charles Z.Roberts. Archie D.
Randall. Donalo. Runner, Kenneth
Scott, F. J. Sherwood. William
Schaf fer, Floyd F. LE.
Scharf. Daniel ' Smith. Paul R.
Scheffe. George W.Smith. Dr. W. Carl
Schrunk. Verd IL ton
Schwab, Fred W. Smith. William XL
Seiton. Binger IL Blade. E. Fritx
Service. Charles D&outhwlck. Ralph
Short. Elgin M. Stanley. Samuel E.
Simon. Frank - Stanton. Claud E.
Sims. Errol J. Steiwer. Dee .
Smith. Roy M. Sturtevant. Leo L
Sneed. John . Summer,' Earl J.
Steiwer. Wlnlock Sundborr Emlle
W. Swaggerty. David
Stone. Allison E. Scofield. John
Savage. E. W. Skiff. Mark
Savage, Herbert Starr. Chester
Savage. J. V. Stovell. Harold A. .
Skiff. Seymour Strerfeller, Percy
(Dr.) Spaulding. Walter
Scfton, . Binger Smith. Aaanian
Tarpley, Daniel W.Tice Elmer P.
Tssto. Arthur Tompkins, George
Tasto. Hllbert E. . "
Taylor. Herbert Trueblood. J". W.
Taylor. Victor Tusslng. i Aubrey 8.
Renwlck Tyler, ttamuel iL
Van Bibber. GilbertVlnceat. Willis F.
Hanley Van Lejinan. Mar-
Victor, Bert F." tin F.
Vlesco, Martin Vincent. Andrew M.
Wstson. Lester Williams. Rr A.
Gray Wilson. W. L
Watson. George J. Wright. Harley A.
wiro. Aioerx ai. weioorn. warren .
Walker, Amie W. Welch. Budd
Walker. Everett T.Wendland. Herbert
Walton. F. WinstonWblte. Floyd C
Warnock, R. Williams. Henry L
Wallace. Edward G. Withrco4i.be, j.arl
Wallace, Paul B. Williams, Kaymon:
W alien. Clifford A. O. r .
Webster. Leslie L. Williams. Vera E
Wei born. Forrest X. Wilson. Horace A
Welbom. Ralph Wygant, Robert C
Welch, Samuel Vomer, Chester T.
WeeUey. Elmer Walker, Burton F.
White, George D. Walker. Willie A.
White. Ivert K. Wlltson. Curtis
White, Keith W.
White. Horace R. Wood. Troy D.
Williams. Fred A.WUson. Otis -William.
George , Wycoff. Edgar B.
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Toung. Jamea B. Tunc Ouy V.-. .
Touag, Ralph W. v
Zlnn. Frank K.
Cothern, Burdette Toothacre, Clay
Elwell. Vernon M. Sullivan. James
Hall. Emmett Sullivan, Loyte
Hetrlck. Tyler Woir. Ward
Houston. Evans Sargent. Cecil C
Hunt. Hanlon Watson. George Mc
Galloway. Ralph A. Lench
Anderson. Roy F.
Barth. Roy C Beyer, John
Ball lie. William H-Black. Arthur P.
Ballard. Fred 8. Breen. Abbey
Ballard Russell Brady. Charles D.
Bayea. Charles E. Breeden. Roy H.
Beaty, George Bressler, iirtu4 C
Beat. Otto Brown, Frank
Bennett. Harry C Bury a, Fred F.
Beno, Kenneth Buey. Virgil
Berg. Alfred Butler, Jonathoa F.
Carey. Clifford Oolby. Martin
Carey. Edward Coll I no. Richard 1
Carrow Lyle ' Cex. Milton
Carver. Joseph E. Crawford. George J.
Cassidy. William F.Creson. Cliffota
Chambers, Joseph Cribbins, Arnold L
W. Crithbert. BlaL
Cheatnnt. Lloyd CCrossmn. Kenneth C
Christofferson, Crowley. Floyd C
Laure Curtis. William
CI ax iCa Ed ward Walter
Dent. Robert Clyde Oomogal la. Guy Tl.
Dickman. M. J. Onmegaila. Vincent
Dimick. Charles A.
Dimick. Earl DurdalL Cleoa B.
Eder, Charles .
Ellott, Louis W.
Telton. Benjamin J.Frost. Louis J.
Fitts. Frank C Fruit, tvaa
Fitts, Ira Jackson Fry. Oris.
Gerber; Louis A. Given. Roy C.
Glrod. Homer A. Gordon, Ralph
Giren, Harry O. Gray, Albert M.
HalVTn Hartley. Arthur
Hail. Morse Haskin. Leslie U.
Hagerdorn. AI C Hatch. Nick K.
Hagedorn, Oral Hitchock. Mark A.
Hamlton. Delbert Hitchock. Ralph
Harris, Keith M. Hoefling. Herbert
L. Hofer. Lawrence
Harrison, Fred W. Huffman. Thomas
Harritt. Elmer W.Huklll. Brooks
Hart. Merrill P. Hunt. Earl M.
liar tin an, Henry T.Hunt. John It.
Jackson. Leslie L, Jones. Reece
Jones. Healey M. Johnson. Orville 8.
Keene. Chester E. Kirk. Walter
King. George Kohler. Airrwd ML
King, Oren T. Knight. Clifford O.
Larsen. Lester L. Long. Charles M.
Lamport. FredeclckUott. Frank
S. ! Lynch, John J.
Iewls. Irvin W. 1 Lock wood. Adair
Martin. J. A. Molnan. Charles. A,
Manning, George E-Moisan. Fred A.
Mason. Leonard Moore. Nolan F.
Marr. James Michaels. Oliver C
Mariels, Hubert Mickey. Kenneth
Maxwell. Lyman Miller.1 Percy
McAllister. Glmn Minker, CUrenes
McMahon, Henry 8.
Mclntire Ross I Dr.) Ml Her. Miles
Mercer. Ralph H. Miller. Carl Joseph!
Mollencop. Earl W. i
Nadon, Adrln C Newmyer, William
Nadon. Cyril E. Nedershelser, Dan-
KageL Carl J. lei L.
Nash. John Norton, Albert
Orloff. Nick Ostrin. GusUve
OUon. Harold A.
Pare. Ttuptnn Trla V.mmrmt f
Perkins. Lester L Prichard. Curray C
riere. uien rrocior, uavta jr.
Plank. Jonathon H Proctor. Daryt
Plumer. Samuel K. Pur vine. Lawrence
Radcllff e. Claude aRlcbey. Don H.
Randall. Thomas M.Ritcher, Clark
Randall. Leyon O. Roy. Harold A.
Rexford. Dyke D. Ross. Claude 0.
nener. Aioert K. I Juggles, Raymond
Rhodes. Harry tB.
Schomaker. Ivan F. Smith. Harold H
i ma, ma ciaiiora, Henry ti
Sefton, Fred C Steen. John L.
Jr. Steen. Roy
Seley. Arthur M. Steeves, Laban
Seymour. Charles R. Aaron
Shafer, Cecil St. Claire. Quay
Sharp. Theo. H. Stone. Allison
Smart. Clifford A. Swinhert. Walter
Smith. Allen F. . W.
Smith. Dale . Syron, Grover
Smith, Doyle H,
Tallman, John W. Tolman, Jonathon
Tatman. Alfred L. E.
Tatman. WiUiam UTragllo, Pascal
Teaney. Leyo t. Tuleja. George
Thompson. Earl A. Tucker, Cur Us C
Tlbhet. Frank W.
Van Bibbler. Lelandughn. Norvel' V.
Vaughn. Bert U. Vestal. WilXord U
Walker. John M.
Walsh, fyo Vincent
Weils. Jess W.
Wigle. Carl Dale
Wikoff. John V.
wan. Poland A.
Walker, Charles M.
Williams. George '
Willson. Donald J.
Ward. Charles 1
Wood. Thomas C
Wood. Carl Leonard
Wulf. WUliam A.
Toung. Miles D.
Chrlslnger. Lloyd Lane. Be,t.
Chrisinger. R. C. Lincoln. Arthur
wiiver bwi Martin. K. A.
Munkcrs. Ira T.
tfNeill. Robert V.
I 'oiler, ,
Rosa. Frank Albert
i.raiff. xolph -IHWiU,
Uutton. Tom .
'I. Charles D. Htlmon viro-sf
Hansen, Leon I Thompson. Vera
.it ti u
Ward. Albert M,
v riant. Elmo
r.Iiss ElnCraig ofiSalexn Is
1 'Enpjtfcd as Taclicr for
BETHEL; June 7. Bethel school
closed Its doors for the summer va
cation Friday with a picnic and a
double-header ball ;ame. The Ti<
ors. Auburn, walked off with the big
end of the score in the game played
by the boya, while the Klrls contest
resulted In a victory tor lthel.
Miss Merle Tracy. Auburn's teach
er, accompanied the Auburn chil
dren. Several nf the school patrons
also spent the afternoon at the school
bouse. , ice cre.m and cake were
served during the fun. School ex
aminations occupied larjt week but
tlfe eighth trade exams will not be
taken until next veek.
Miss Ethel Craig or Salem has been
engaged as school teacher for Bothel
for the coming yea. She come wU
recommended, from other schools
where she has tanrhL
Miss Alta Matten returned home
from O. A. C. last Saturday. Sh
visited Salem high school on-3 day
Cass Nichols and O. L. Brubaker
spent Thursday evening, in 8alm.
going In the Nichols automobile.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hansen and
children. Paul Jr. and. Margaret,
spent Sunday afternoon and evening
at the t. M. Evans home.
John Clark, a member of Company
M. In France. !s in the best of good
health and spirits, according to a
letter received from him by his moth
er. He speaks of the other Reth?l
boys. Mrs. A. L. Sundbarg tccelved
letter Iron her son. Erail Siind
borg, the other day. whicn told of his
arising at 3 a. m. to cook breakfast
for a large force of men. lie is in
the, best of health.
Oscar Chapman and Harlan Hoff
man have been working at the Crook
side Meadows ranch replanting coin.
Mr. Nichols has about thirty acres
planted, six oi which wai too poor
to replant by hand, therefore, he
took the horse .planter and entirely
replanted the denuded area. Moles
seem to be doing the'greato-st damag
in corn this year.
. Haying has commenced. Clover
now in all stages of preparation
from swath to barn. L. Schulx seems
to be the earliest, and now has sev
eral loads nf new clover in hla barn
ready for winter. Arthur Schulz has
been helping his father in this work.
Henry Dohnsen. J. M. Nichols. O. L.
Rruhaker'and Virgil Sundborg have
learge amounts of hay rut. The
farmers are expecting rain and arc
rushing the hay as rast as is safe.
Roy Marchand has been hauling
sand and gravel tor Walter Baker's
new well hcuse and tower, which
will be built in the near future.
Albert- Knelse and wtfe of Colo-
radn ir viitin-r rlalM CM Clml.
- - ' . ........ n . . .... mm u I I
and wife, and the llohnsen families.t
and expect to be In and around Sa
lem tor a week or two. Mr. K noise
has been a visitor in Bethel before.
J. M. Nichols will soon begin con
struction or a garage. The lumber
and cement have been hauled.
naaeison. Aliea A. York, Uotk S. IL
Deceased. - . V !
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'i ilillf1 buy. 1
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Local Students May Be
t Benefited by New Plan
: Many a'UlS high school graduate
)s debating with himself this year:
Shall I go to college? or shall I
enlist at once for military service?
According to a communication re
ceived by city school superintendent
Todd the war department has Jnst
made It possible to do both. It says.
In effect, to the ambitious young
American: "Tou swrve your country
by going to college.. To make sure
that you do not lose thereby the op
portunity of serving your country in
a direct military capacity, you will be
asked to Join the special U. S. army
college training units that aie to be
formed. You will be liable for aev
lce at a moment's notice, but be
cause you are worth more to the na
tion with your college training than
without it. yon, will be expected to
stay In college-until called by the
The war department's announce
ment provides that beginning with
September. 1918. military Insruction.
under officers and non-commissioned
officers or the array, will be pro
vided In every institution of college
grade enrolling for the instruction
one hundred or more able-bodied
students over the -age of eighteen.
The necessary military equipment
will be provided by the government.
There will be created a military
training unit In each Institution. En
listment will be purely voluntary,
but all students over the age of
eighteen will, be encouraged to enlist.
The enlistment will constitute the
student a member of' the army of
the United States, liable to active
duty at the call of the President,
it will, however, be the policy of the
government not to call the members
of the training units to active duty
until they have reached the are of
twenty-one. unless urgent military
necessity compels an earlier calL
Stndents under eighteen, and there
fore not legally eligible for enlist
ment, will be encouraged to enroll
In the training nnlts. Provision will
be made for coordinating the Reserve
Officers Training Corps system,
which exists in about one-third of
the collegiate Institutions, with this
! "This new pbllcy alms to accomp
lish a Jwo-fold object," the war de
partment announces, ''first, to de
velop as a great military asset tHe
large body. of -young men in the col
leges; and second, to prevent unnec
essary and wasteful depletion of, the
colleges through Indiscriminate vol
unteering, by offering to the , stu
dents a definite and immediate mil
No nation has made such generous
provision for combined military and
college education as has the -United
States In this new plan. The youth
who avail themeselvea of the priv
ilege will be serving their country's
immediate as -well as future needs
If It Is possible to secure a mili
tary Instructor for Willamette univer
sity next year and apply the proposed
scheme of keeping boys in school
while enlisted in the array, local stn
dents will be greatly benefited. In
case It is not feasible to do this
the larger institutions in nearby
towns will provide places for them.
"Enlist and go to college" is the
All Stndents Who Took Eight
Grade Examinations Given
MACLEAY. June 7. A -perfect
score was registered la Macleay re
cently by those taking the eighth
grade examinations In that everyone
passed. Four took the full examina
tion, while several finished geogra
phy and physiology. The four eighth
grade, graduates are Willie Cartels.
Hazel Bugher. Leo GUIls and George
Young. Willie Bartels received the
highest averake with 85.2 percent.
Miss Rusher wu second with an
average of 83.1 per cent.
Mrs. Henry Yung was removed to
the Salem hospital early this week
and underwent a difficult operation.
Tharon Ruell and family left this
morning for Scio, where they will at
tend graduating exercise at the high
school. Mr.' Russell plans a fishing
excursion on the side, and expects
to return Saturday. Mrs. Russell
may remain in Scio for a visit with
Oscar Chapman has been replant
ing corn for J. M. Nichols of Bethel.
He has aIo been assisting Harry
Martin in the same work.
Perry Taylor and wife returned
recently from Southern Oregon
where they, went on a short land
Mls IJaxel Bugher spent Thursday
afternoon visiting Miss Grace Gillta.
Jack Patton is out 6n hla rounds
as deputy assessor, and during the
past few days has ben working in
the Bethel district.
Tery hom u
US Court SL
slogan being passed
the studcnU just now, as many are
nopmg 10 lane advantage' of the
URGE COXSEItVATIOX OF DEER
JCNEAC, 'Alaska, May 5. (By
Four-Mlnate sneaker, haa Tbn r
en by the local speakers" come!
to urge natives to conserve the 1
ply of deer la Alaska, u t pu
war measure. The aa tires will
told that ff the war mbUiiim
ka may be forced to depend upon !
own rood resources. They will
urged to wage a systematic time;
against wolvea. which kill tb.ou.-u
of deer annually. A plaa to t
deer from starving during the s-
winters by cutting greea aappL
and otherwise supplying therm v
food when the snow becomes V
deep for them to forage, will V
wise be suggested.
Herman Petre, Former ... '
Polk Commissioner I
DALLAS. Joae 7a-( Special .
The Statesman.) Herman Petrt. .
former resident of this city and 1
era! years ago on of the cos:
sloners of Polk couaty passed ai
st his home near Airlie, Tuesdif 1
ternoon after a several years
with Kidney trouble. Mr. Petre
one of the prominent hop grower? .
the county and when other men t'.:
ed np their yards he still conUi
in the business and last year m
ed a considerable sum from his 13."
crop. Besides his wife Mr. IV
leaves a family of several chili: -He
was a man well liked by tic
who knew him and during his U"
of office la the county made Bi
Mends who will grieve to hear t
SAYS IT ACTKD LIKE A CHAT'.
Coughs or colds which persist ;
this season usually are of obstlsi
nature. All the more reason l
nsing a reliable remedy. Mrs. Mr
garet Smale. Bishop, Calif., writ--Foley's
Honey and Tar jCon pee
ls a grand remedy. Suffered frota '
cold last week, used the medic
nd It acted like a charm.- J. r
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