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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1924
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Sag o "Hern Maria" Dawes play
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! New Low Prices
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! 397 STATE
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Dr. and Mrs. P. Steele Gilbert
and Miss ; Adella . Chapter are
spending a i few days at Newport.
This winter pri and Mrs. Gilbert
expect to go to California for ; a
trip. Theyj will be guests of Mrs.
Gilbert's brother Jn Los Angeles.
, Mrs. E. T.? Botsprd has just re
ceiTed word of the arrival of her
daughter, Mlss'.Irma Botsford, in
Honolulu where ehe will be en
gaged in high school work for the
winter. Miss Botsford sailed from
San Francisco "on the -"Maul" on
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I A very pretty wedding took
place Wednesday. Sept. 3, at 8
o'clock in the. evening when Miss
Bessie BuellJ daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. H. MI Buell, became the bride
of Mr. Clifford L.. Smith, son of
Mr. and Mrg. C.iH. Smith. The
ceremony V?as performed at the
home of the bride's parents, four
miles west of : Salem.
The wedding march, with vio
lin obbllgato, was played by Mrs.
A. J. Smith: and! Scire Buell, sis
ter and brother of the bride. The
bridal couple took tlelr places un
der an arch! of ferns and cosmos
where Rev. E. H. Shanks, pastor
of the First Baptist church, per
formed the 'ring ceremony.
The bride j J asj becomingjy
gowned tn jWhite" crepe , de chine
and silver lace and carried an arm
bouquet of white asters and fern.
After the ceremony refreshments
were served to about 35 guests, n
Miss Elizabeth Levy and Mrs.
S. Levy i were Portland visitors
Thursday and-Friday. Miss Levy
attended the opening of her new
studio in Portland at the Bush &
vA rummage sale to be held
Sept. 17, 18, 19 and $T0, i3 the
first of the money making activi
ties planned for the winter, by the
Business and Professional Wom
en's club and all of its members
and their friends are being so
licited for discarded articles of all
kinds. ; 1 . ' . : !
The club realizes that a home
of its own will be one of its early
needs and this season will start
a fund for that purpose. l
Mrs. G. A. Rockwell returned
to her home in Portland on Fri
day after visiting with Salem rel
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Between 100 and 150 former
friends of Dr. Clarence Crane, now
one of Boston's leading surgeons,
met Thursday evening between? 8
and 10 o'clock at the home of Mr.
arid Mrs. Hal D. Patton, 883 Court
street, for one of the most genu
inely enjoyable evenings in many
weeks. ' . ?
The guests were greeted at the
door by Clarence Crane, Jr. in
the receiving line were the hosts
and the guest of honor. The house
was attractively decorated with
gladioli 'and asters Miss Luella
Patton presided at the punch bowl.
Assisting about tlie rooms -were
Mrs. William Bell and Mrs.
George H. Veers, f
Inasmuch as the ingenuity of
the host had arranged the affair
as a complete surprise for Dr.
Crane, the honor guest had no
way of; knowing; how he almost
upset the evening,- delaying his
arrival until 7:30 in the evening.
Dr. Crane had been at Newport.
The r reception .was successful in
every particular. While none of
the teachers themselves could be
present, group after group of sons
and daughters of the first pioneers
who had known each other at the
Little CentraP School," which
stood where the high school now
is. gathered for : reminiscence of
every kind. ?
Dr. Crane's last : visit to Salem
up to this occasion was 15 years
ago. His mother. Mrs. Alice
Crane, makes her r home in Port
land. t ?
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Dr. land Mi-s.HL- C
for the Farmer
With three or four staple crops including grain
and hay sufficient to feed six or eight good dairy
cows, at least 200 chickens and a few good hogs,
together with ample pasturage, the way is paved
to "easy street" for the farmer of industry and
good judgment here in Marion county
; This is one form of diversified farming and
eliminates the gamble of the one crop idea now
practiced by many farmers in this community.
For in this way, crops of the farm are converted
into concentrates such as milk, butter, eggs and
pork, j thereby lessening freight charges in ship
ping ljulk commodities to the markets.
Here at the United States National, we believe
this plan worthy of consideration. What do you
think 'about it?
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111 DEFENSE TEST
Refusal of Mayor to Appoint
Committee No Stay to !'
Newberg is going ahead with
the participation in Defense Test
day on a big scale notwithstand
ing .the refusal of the mayor ;to
name' a committee to take charge
of the work, and a large and rep
resentative committee is at work
under the auspices of the patriot
ic and civic; organizations. Infor
mation to this effect was receiv
ed yesterday at Defense Test day
headquarters from the : Newberg
Commercial club president. Dr. R.
W. Van Valin, and Dr. J. S. Ran
kin, who has been elected chair
man of the Newberg Defense Test
day committee. : -f
: Actively at work with the com
mittee is" Kev. Geofg H, i Lee Of
the Newberg Ministerial associa
tfon, : C. C. Ferguson, i Newberg
chief of police and16 prominent
representatives of Newberg or
ganizatlona. The committee lis
made up of Leonard ' Gower and
Roy Shires, American legion;: J
L. Marshall, Grand Array; L. B-
Layman. Newberg Berrians;. Rev.
George H. Lee, Ministerial asso
elation: . C. C. Ferguson, chief, of
police: Dr. E. A. Romig, Spanish
War Veterans: B. J. Groth, re
serve .corps; Dr. It. W. Van Valin,
president Newberg , Commercial
club; William' Clemens, Grind
Army? Mrs. Charles Wilson, Jrs.
J. E. Anderson . and Mrs. A.O.E.
Romig, Civic Improvement drib;
Mrs. J. S. Rankin, American Re
gion auxiliary; L. B. Ferguson.
Berrian drill team and Dr. J. S.
Rankin, reserve" corps, i " H)
: Next Tuesday has been desig
nated enrollment day in Newberg
and a corps of workers will? get
out to secure a large number of
one-day volunteers. These volun
teers will parade Septemger 12
and patriotic exercises will be
held in the Legion auditorium
with patriotic music and speaking.
jKixty-two towns fire now en
rolled, according to 1 Brigadier
General George A. White, state
chairman, and letters and tele
grams were sent out yesterday by
him to the few remaining towns
of more than 500 population that
have not yet reported their pro
grams for the day. (j
Several Sales Reported '
by R. L. Reimann, Realtor
Indicative of movement in real
estate is the weekly , report of
Rich L. Reiman, local realtor. The
following transfers of property
Chris Kowitz, assistant city at
torney, has purchased the Albers
home on Center; Mr. Ratcliff has
purchased the Rosa Miles prop
erty on Rural avenue and Roy
Klein state highway engineer, a
lot on North Capitol. Mr. Klein
will build a fine modern home in
the-near future. S
NEW CORPORATIONS I
ri tain's First Woman Deep Se pi vex Seelan
Treasure of Spanish Gallecn That Sank in 1S
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i Miss Margaret Naylor la shown
here with her helmet In place and
all ready to ! descend to the ocean
floor. Sh la making an effort to
salvage the treasure of a. Spanish
galleon sunk in Tobermory Bay
three hundred and thirty-six years
Articles of Incorporation were
filed Saturday by Toy Makers. Inc.
of Portland, with a capital, of $50,
000 The incorporators are Jose
lbeckeis, M. C. Riebellng and Fred
plan to leave next week for a trip
to Nebraska where they will be
guests for' several weeks of Mrs.
This Dutchman Is Somersaulting His Way From
Amsterdam to MarseUles, 930 Miles, To Win Bek
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In- order to wto a wager a Hol
lander named Takkenberg la trav
ellins from Amsterdam. Holland,
to Marseilles. Krinc. a distance of
100 kilometres f( 8 M miles),, by
turning somersaults, vie haa com
pleted about half of Ms Journey
which began on Nov. 12. 192S, and
Blanlis That Are Legal
We carry in stock over 115 legal blanks suited to most any business
transactions. We may have just the form you are looking for at a - big
saving as compared to made to order forms. V
Some of the forms, Contract of Sale, Road Notice, Will iormb, Assign
ment of Mortgage, Mortgage; Forms, Quit Claim Deeds, Abstracts form,
Bill of Sale, Building Contract, Promissory Notes, Installment Notes, Gen
era Lease, Power of Attorney,' Prune Books and Pads, Scale Receipts, Etc
These forms are carefuly prepared for the Courts and Private use. Price
on forms range from 4 cents to 16 cents apiece, and on note books, from 25
to 50 cents.
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Four tubes to get big dis
tance on the loudspeaker.
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TO DIRECT EDUCATION OP .
I 10,000 CHILDREN IN U. S.
L NEAR EAST ORPHANAGES
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George M. Wilcox of Dea Moines.
Iowa haa been appointed education
al director of the Near East Relief
orphanage schools In Greece, ; He
will direct the large American pre
paratory and Industrial schools for
10,000 children In Atnens, uivaiia,
Corinth and other Greek cities.
Wilcox Is a graduate or Cornell and
tha University of Iowa, and the
Teacher Cllec of Columbia Uni
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Beautiful Country Home at
TUESDAY, SEPT. 9, AT 2:00 P. M.
Five and one-half miles south of Sheridan, 10 miles north of
Dallas on Salt Creek road to Butler Hill, miles north between
Dallas and Sheridan. This is known as one of the Clear View
orchard tracts formerly owned by G. Schnltx. Ten acres in the
heart of about 800 to. 1,000 acre apple orchard, and one of the
finest tracts in the community, the trees are 12 years old and In
very fine condition, and have -been -well taken care of, which
practically insures a crop, and are all commercial apples, Roman
Beauties, Newtowns, Red Cheek, Pippins, Spits. A good pack
ing plant within 40 rods of orchard.
Fine 7-room bungalow; modern except electric lights, good
garage and barn. This house is already wired for lights.
Mr. Homeseeker: Thi$ will bear Inspection, we want yoa to
take a look, and you will say we are offering one of the finest
country homes in this part of the country at auction. Be there
and set the price as this must and. will be sold as owner has
other business in other parts of the country, which will occupy
all of his time. Get busy and be on hand Tuesday, September 9,
at 2:00 p. m. This year's crop and a-lot of apple boxes goes
with the- place. Parties wanting to see this place call on owner
at 704 -ji. Commercial street. Or phone G. Satterlee at 1211-J.
DON'T FORGET THE DATE
TERMS OF SALE: Twenty per cent cash on day of sale until
abstract and papers are made satisfactory to buyer and seller.
One-half of the purchase price will be carried on the place at
six per cent interest, payable annually. ;
ED. PEETZ, Owner.
Follow siens on road to sale.
: Buhle store.
G. SATERLEE, Auctioneer
This place is one mile est of
192&. He covers from Ave to six
kilometres a. day. According tc
TUKenDerg! calculations above
2,000,000 somersaults l will be re
quired for the whole distance, of
which about '1000.000 have still to
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