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THE OKHGON STATESMAN r'SALEUJf ; OREGON 7
THURSDAY MORNING,- NOVEargEK 13V 1924 i
' Issned Daily Except Honda? by i
xra STAT83iur rxrsussxKO coicputt
SIS South Tmmerelal St. Balaam, Orfo
R. J, Hendricks
John Zk Brady
, ITSlCBXa P TK3 AJMOClATza PRESS s? ' ;
Ta Associated Prom la exclusively entitled to th ase for publication of an
dispatches credited to it or not otherwise croditod is thi paor sad also too local
aewa published herein. -
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nui JV Clark Os, KowTork. 141-145 'West 9th St,; Chicago, Maranetta Bail.
A ing. W. S. Grothwahl. Mgr.
(Portland Office, Worcester Bids.. Phone 66ST BRoedwey. O. r. Willlama, Mgr.)
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. , .28-108 Society Editor , '
.Job Department ! S8S t
BailnMf f Of flea .
Interest at the Pea toffies la Balaam
BIBLE THOUGHT AND PRATER " '.
Prepared hy Radio BIBLE SERVICE Bureau. Cincinnati, Ohio.
If parents will nave their children memorize the dally Bible sele
Hons, It will prove a priceless heritage to them In after years.
: -' i 1 " N'ovnabrrlS, 14 1
WHO SHALlS ENTER: Not every one that salth unto me. Lord.
Lord, shall eater Into the kingdom of heaven; but be that doeth the
will of mjr -Father which Is in heaven. Matthew 7; 21.
PRAYER: Blessed Lord, Thou art the Teacher; and Thou hast
taught us that we are accepted only when we come to Thee with our
whole. heart. ".
SAtXIl-TUD STRAWBERRY CITY
Salem is ancl will continue
section, with ambitions to become
wide worldi ...
In 1922 the canneries of Salem
canned strawberry? pack of
60.000 cases. And last year the
up 117,939 cases. .-..,;V -
The figures have not been made up for the present year.
They will show1 a shrinkage for the cannery pack, but the whole
volume would not indicate any falling off, because the I barrelled
berry pack was larger than usual f ; ; ; P
And the outlook for 1925 is goocj. There will be an increased
acreage of bearing vines, and the iweather conditions will on
the average for future years be better for strawberries in this
district than for this year, which a dry year -
And besides irrigation is coming into more general use for
strawberries and for the bnsh- fruits. j -
As. to varieties ' . j
There is a never ending seareh-among our growers for
better varieties There is a promising-berry thai will be quit
largely, planted this year the Johnson, which the reader will
find described in the Slogan pages. ? ! i i ,
It has been suggested that Salem ought to have 'a branch
experiment station for the' purpose oi solving1 the; ppllination
and varietal problems for; strawberries and other small fruits.
There are provided branch stations at Hood River aiid Medford,
to assist the apple and pear men, anil the great berry industry is
entitled to state aid in developing and solving its vital problems.'
The work of a branch station in Salem- might cover t very
wide range here, the center of a great fruit industry, including
besides strawberries the various bush and tree fruits and "nuts,
and not merely; one or two kinds. ; .....
There is d great progress being made by our plant growers,
Weeks & Pearmine; They arc1 -wide awake,- arid they are-only
beginning- in their big development work. . 5 v .
This issue of The Statesman will help the strawberry indus
try on its progressive way. It will go on with a wider vision
with a clearer track ahead.
. One thing the Slogan editor would like- to repeat what he
has said before! He does not object to work; but there ought to
be better cooperation on the part,1 of the men engaged in the
various industries. When you are invited to write, that is your
dutyr It is an important duty, jit is your industry. These
Slogan issues are for your good, as well as for the general good
Do your bit. Do as well as the walnut and filbert men did. It
divides'the immense" amount of work somewhat, and it gives a
better general view, for the good of the-whole industry; -
Do yon ejoy the
convenience of pressing
in the sattic room
It's such a nuisance to sew at home when yon have
to runr' out into another room 'every time you want
to press a bit of work. Here's, a simple way to save
yourself steps and increase efficiency! i ; t
. . . . Combination
During November we offer special
American Beauty Electric Irons
? Regularly priced $7 JO
Stanweu Ironing Boards
RegzJarly prictd $330
Tliis combination, . offer ' is made - to - acquaint you
with these excellent household necessities. The
American Beauty is a standard electric iron thor
oughly guaranteed even" to its -cord. - '
The StanwU, Ireounfr Board-i made cattircly o-wood wrtlr
no mttat parts or wire adjustments to jfet out of alignment
And wobble. This excellent ironing board when bought
now costs you only $135 mere than' the ires alone; ,
ONLY $1&5 DOWN the bahrnee on convenient rms:
Sr&z?. kilscins l?cvGr Cot
... .. . Manager
. . Editor
Manager Job Dept.
"Oregon, as ooeoad-laa
to bei the strawberry city of this
the strawberry center of the
put up 83 i per cent of the
entire Pacific Northwest;
canneries of Marion county put
237N. Libirty Zt
ECONOMY. AND TAX CUTTING
. It is true that there has been
mostly "talk in the effort to ; put
Oregon" on" a business basis.; It
is true that that talk has cost
the state a good deal of money.
A legislative session is coming on
and all over the state we hear that
the republicans are going to or
ganize to T get Governor Pierce.
Even the organization has been de
cided on months in advance, con
trary to all precedents in good
government, but that Is no matter
now. . . . I
The concern of j the people of
Oregon is not to have a cat and
dag time in the legislature fight
ing the governor, but to have con
structive legislation that will help
Oregon to develop as it should; de
velop. : j
While we are talking economy
and insisting that everything be
cut to the bone we must not for
get that as a growing state it
takes more to ran each institution.
If the budget this ' year - can be
held any ways near like it was two
years ago it would mean a saving
and a great advance in state econ
omy. , We must take care of our
eleemosynary wards. . We must
make such appropriations as will
put the penitentiary on a paying
basis. It will take money for both
of these although in the case of
the penitentiary the money will
come back. H -
The demand for economy has
never been so strong aa it is now
and the republican party has been
charged with the responsibility of
giving the state a constructive pol
icy that would economize while it
constructs. It - used to be said
that all the taxpayers wanted to
know was that they would get 100
cents worth of service for their
dollar. That is not true now.
The taxpayers want less service.
We have too' many boards, too
many commissions, too many ram
ifications. It is time to simplify
them, time to put the state on a
The republican party t stands
charged with this responsibility
and we trust that it will meet the
challenge of this great need in a
spirit of constructive statesman
ship. -A legislature organized and
conducted for the purpose of dis
ciplining the governor 'would meet
with general condemnation in Ore
gon, but a legislature organized
to give an object lesson of ef flc-
lehce government at a minimum
cost would immortalize Itself and
the members would become great.
There is no end of talk just
now about what the legislature is
going to do. It has been organ
ized in advance which is against
the1 rules of good politics, but
there does not seem to be any help
for that now. The legislature
will bring together two bodies of
men, mostly republicans. 'Be
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tween now and the convening of
the session" these men ehbuld" de
vote themselves untiringly to aa
analysis of the situation and get
such an ; idea as they can as to
the needs of the state. It is easy
enough to advise a legislator, wut
the members themselves must
make their own values and' do
their own thinking. ; The mem
ber who' comes here with a chip
on his shoulder comes under a
The legislature In this state has
an opportunity, to render a con
spicuous service to the people,
and we need this service. . There
are a good many loose ends in our
laws, especially In laws regarding
our fellow men.- tyV need school
laws; we need physiological; we
humanitarian laws. These -do not
cost much money, but when they
are enacted-they will save the
people millions and at the same
time help make a virile citizen
ship. The legislature can profit
ably address itself to this line of
, Or course in -this day and age
politics must enter in, but there
is a time and a place for every
thing, and politics ? should not
enter into constructive legislative
propositions. -7 .
; Some one has said that Oregon
needs traditions and historic spots.
This Js a real need and one that
can be readily supplied. . All we
need , is a bit of imagination and
the people will do. the rest. y
3 Take the stbryyof William Tell;
it made that part of Switzerland
famous, and no matter how much
the story - was disproved, people
were always talking about it. Take
the story of Washington's cherry
tree; people believe it even when
they know it isn't true. : Take the
story of the liberty bell, which was
supposed to have rung when the
Declaration of Independence was
signed. The story was invented
50 years afterwards.' y The bell
couldn't have been rung: because
the declaration was six months
being signed, and there - was no
period which could have been se
lected to ring it. We could Just
as well select a few7 places and
begin making them historic spots,
weaving traditions around them.
It is a fine way of creating tourist
interest and at the same time it
is not hurting anybody, ;
It is the idea, some might call
it the dream, of President Cool
idge, to bring permanent "prosper
ity to the country, j This is a prae-
tieal proposition and while it does
not track with history it may be
possible to so readjust the affairs
of the nation that we can have
continued prosperity. - What has
been done for the banks by the
federal reserve act ought to be
done for every line of Industry!
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Accept only- "BayeTV : package
wmcn contains proven directions.
Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets
Also bottles of 24 and lO-Drurists.
I 1 i I
This being true a careful, forward-looking-
admlnistraUcm ought to
be able to enact laws that would
cause other lines of industry to
advance. : '.; r'
Of course the chief concern is
agriculture. The law of supply
and demand must govern, but It
seems to us possible to enact legis
lation that could be called Into
use whenever there Is an emerg
ency, and in this way bridge over
depression, i . (
The people are bo ingroundjn
the belief that prosperity goes 1 1n
cycles that It Is hard to get' them
out. of it. But there must be a
way to get them to thinking in
terms of continued prosperity.
The destiny of America Is not to
have alternate prosperity and hard
times. The destiny is to have
fairly good times all the while.
. The women of Oregon are going
to continue their efforts afergan-
Ization only on a larger scale.
So far as political clubs are con
cerned this paper does not believe
there should be two clubs, hut so
far as the : question of study is
concerned it is very proper to have
them. The! republican study clubs
would be a good thing. They
would4 cause the women to discuss
political Questions on their merits
and not take sentiment or Intu
ition or advice In forming their
opinions. The -women of Oregon
have done wonderfully well in the
last year, but they need more or
ganization, more political educa
tionand, by the way, most men
need the same, thing but that's
another story : S j '
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Senator. Brookhart of Iowa did
get in, but that is all. It Is to be
hoped he learned his lesson. If
he accepts the chastening of the
voters in the' proper spirit he will
go7 back to Washington and be a
regular republican. .. ; ' .' .
Brookhart is no more progres
sive than Senator Capper, of Kan
sas who was elected by a 250,000
majority. The difference is that
Brookhart had his head turned and
Capper kept his balance. Brook
hart has a great opportunity .to
accept his election as a mandate
to be a republican and work with
the republicans. If he i a big
man he will see this and, do it.
If he Is a little man he will con
tinue to slosh around and get no
where. THE BASER METALS .
a : The . Scientific American says
;that a process has been discovered
Pj which quick , silver can be
changed Into gold. That has been
the dream of chemists for a thou
sand" years. Medieval chemists
worked incessantly to find some
way of doing this and all through
the ages time is perforated with
alleged discoveries of its success.
it is hard' to believe' that it can
be done, but since the telephone,
the telegraph, the flying machine,
the radio, and a few things 'like
that have come into use it is pretty
hard to discredit anything. AH
we can say is "Here's hoping!" i
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I BITS FOR BREAKFAST
Strawberries; we grow them
And we produce the cream.
And we ' are going to , produce
all the ingredients of strawberry
shortcake, including the sugar.
Salem firm has orders for four
million strawberry plants; can
supply only : two . million. Here
is a chance , for expansion, and
they will take it.
- Looks like the Johnson straw
berry is a comer. If It could not
be a Smith, it is appropriate to
have It a Johnson. '', '
The rest of the S200,000 YMCA
building fund must be provided,
in some way or other. Portland
man sent $100 cash yesterday, and
signed his letter "A Friend.
Pity he did not give his name! and
get credit for a good deed, j But
the money counts in paying" for
the new building, and more qf the
same kind will help.
Wall Street is still doing a
ord business; showing how
whole country feels over
sweeping victory of the 4th,
No trouble - about swearing
Charlie Dawes into his new office.
He can do It himself, if necessary.
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Silentf vote concentrated on Si
lent ' Caf. . '1 .
.;. - !;;,"VvV :
There's cheers and applause for
Coolidge and Dawes and a wee
bit of slghin' for Davis and Bryan.
Longfellow knew his material
when he wrote: "The Smith, ; a
mighty man is he." When he can
beat a Roosevelt In New York he
needs must be a miracle worker.
Oregon strawberry plapts will
make vines that will last a year
or two years longer in the Cali
fornia strawberry districts. ( That
means dollars saved; millions of
dollars. It will bring the business
here; with Tunners.
(Cantinned from page 8)
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dibble and
Miss Carol Dibble were dinner
guests Tuesday evening of Prof,
and Mrs. Horace Willistota.
In - the evening Professor and
Mrs. Williston entertained the
members of the University Stud
ents I Writers' club, the Dibbles
remaining as special guests.
" This delightful literary ' club
meets every two weeks under the
sponsorship of the Willistons. The
Interesting manner in which the
club adds new names to its per
sonnel is to accept ' contributions
for perusal' by the club. If these
meet with favor with the club the
author is invited to be present for
the next meeting, i On Tuesday
Miss Bonita Bannister was asked
Among those taking part in the
literary programs are Miss Eunice
Galley, Miss Theresa Smith, v Miss
Marian Wyatt, Miss Mary Gilbert,
Miss Elizabeth Hyde, Miss Doro
thea Sibley, Miss Irene' Berg, Miss
Ruth Ross, Cedric Chang, Mr. and
Mrs. Derry, Mr. Smjth and Wil
liam Warren. ,
Mrs. Luther D. Cook was a guest
at the Tuesday meeting. -
A delightful meeting of Chapter
AB of the PEO Sisterhood was
that of Monday evening at which
Mrs. T. E. McCrOskey was hostess.
Interesting plans were made at
the business meeting. The pro
gram wag in charge of Miss Mae
Rauch, who took up- the- educa
tional topic. The McCroskey home
was beautifully decorated in PEO
colors, yellow marigolds combin
ing with, white chrysanthemums
about the rooms. Refreshments
were served at the close of the
evening, r j
Chapter members In attendance
were: Mrs. W. E. Kirk, Mrs. W.
D. Smith. Miss Grace - Elizabeth
Smith, Dr. Mary Rowland, Mrs. L.
Myers, Mrs. Thompson, Miss
Mae Rauch'. Mrs. Harry . Styles,
Mrs. A. M. Reeves, Miss Grace Os
borne, Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. E C.
Richards, and the hostess, Mrs. T.
Mrs. W. E. Kirk will he the next
hostess for the group onNov. 24.
? Mr. and Mrs. ,Dan Fry, Jr., were
hosts at an informal dinner Armis
tice evening. Covers were placed
for eight. , - -
Apply over throat and chst ;
-cover with hot flannel cloih. '
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Phona 161. Becks Handricka. TJ.' 8.
Bank Bid. a-28tf
AUTO TOPS SIDE CURTAINS PUT
on door roda. Prepare now for a rainy
day. Call and aee O. J. Hall, at hia
' sew location, 219 State St. 8-29tf
GAEAGE FOB EI'T 116 HARIOX ST.
PRINTED CARDS, SIZE 14" BV VVa".
wording "For Kent," price 10 centi
' each.1 Statetatan Bailneaa Office, on
The Brush- College - Parent
Teacher meeting will be held at 8
o'clock' tomorrow, evening : at the
schodlhouse. Plans for the eve
ning's : program are in charge of
Miss Carol Cheney, principal of the
school, and or Mrs. William Mo
Call. -, ' -'V'-
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The Etokta club will hold Its
regular meeting next week since
the regular date occurred on Ar
I EDITORIALS OFTHE
nrrn pi c ,
PRAISES AUTO CA3IP .
I observe that nearly 8000 autos
have camped in our auto park the
past season. . We believe this is
but the, vanguard and 'that the
main bodywill be much; larger in
1925. Atf the various camps on
the return trip from our tour in
1924 we heard many compliments
on our. beantiful city," its camp
ground and' the splendid treat
ment received here from, the man
agement. Being so ijear, Portland
where all tourists naturally; stop
and when they depart they gener
ally'go as far iia Eugen or Rose
hurg the same day,' . but these
spoke-very highly of our valley
and; what they saw - of Salem.
Many are coming back - and will
Tourists are not r looking for
free .camp grounds as there are
too many, opportunities for tod
beries, and besides there is as a
rule, no accommodations. ; .Wood,
water, stove and good shade mean
much to a hungry and weary trav
eler. We passed ,by-. free - camp
grounds even at camping time; af
ter inspecting them. Of course
there- are a few exceptions. Hel
ena and Fort Benton, Mont., have
tree grounds and are fine. I be
lieve these , were the only free
grounds we patronized but it cost
the city. We predict that by next
year, they, too, will adopt a camp
ing fee. No one will object to
paying for accommodations but
occasionally a grafter would pro
pose to overcharge the tourist. Af
ter traveling as far and seeing the
country we . did, we could not
blame our eastern people for their
admiration of the Willamette val
ley. i,Many people in the" east are
now planning a trip to, the coast
L. H. LESTER.
SMUGGLING IN JEWELRY
1 HELD TO "BE BROKEN
(Continued from page 1)
a dozen or more aides In disposal
of the Jewelry. '
Victims of the- conspiracy were
numbered by officials at "several
hundred," scattered widely over
the country. The agents have
seized all the jewelry they have
been able to find, but It was said
that probably as much more never
would be -uncovered. Innocent
purchasers have stowed it away in
safe places or are wearing it, not
knowing Its origin. '
BOGUS COEV MADE
CHICAGO. Nov. 12. Approxi
mately 90," 'more arrests were to
night expected to follow the de
tention of 11. men and two women,
Cannot Exist tn the Human Body If You
wm use Trunk s Prescription
It is a shame to suffer with inflamma
tory, muvulsr, sciatic,, neuritis or any
form of Rheumatism. "ii
Thi Prescription- does not ruin . the
stomach,- it- does not depress the" heart.
Est ail the meat and gnn$ food you winh
while tskinr Trunk's Preecrtntion. Con
tain n sierrtiry; aaliryhte aoda, oil win
tergreen or narcotics, but toatiely over
comes any kind of rheumatism or font on
earth. What more do yon want I There
in nothing iuat as rood, and it is impas
sible to set. something better. The rreat-
futune afid aolren known and altK) H
Dnerior Uver medicine. -
Tmnk'a- Prescript ien sells for $1.75' at
Perry Droz Store. 115 S. . Commercial
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I Tkrea insertiani - Sa
6t. Adv. .
Oaa waak (aiz intertiooi)
Six meatha' contract, per month 15s
12 mostka contract,- pov month 12c
Mialmom for airy adTtrtliement 2Sa
FOB RENT Apartments S
FOR RENT FOCR AND 5 ROOM Apart
ment, cnmmis&ed. dote in. 465
Center. - S-nl
FOR RENT FURNISHED APARTMENT
292 N. Summer. 6nl4
KICELV FURNISHED THREE KOCH
parttneut 495 N. Commercial, I'hca
' 17S7VV. ... 5niJ
APARTMENT 2C3 N. COTTAGE. 6-n.tf
FOR RENT APARTMENTS 691 KO.
. Commercial. .
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED 3
room apartment, fimt floor, 411 X.
Bummer. Phone 6JO. S-nlS
THREE ROOM FURNISHED
t Best,- 692 N. Sammer.
6 ioe- .f
PATTON APARTMENTS HOT WAT En,
, heat, private bath. CaU Patton'a Boole
tot: - S ou t
MODERN 5 ROOM APT. AND SLEEP
in porch. S22.SO. 71S South 12iit I-1.
t' S-c?' .
. . FOR RENT -Rooms C
PLEASANT ROOM WITH PLEASANT
,. people, Ckwt in. I1om 681 W 6-al3
HEATED ROOMS AND BOARD. C23 N.
' CotUfe. Jhae 1447-21. ,. . 6 nli.
ROOM FOR RENT MODERN IIOMR,
u three block from atate kau, ier u-.
tleman. Must sire references. PIee
sddreea A. B., care suteamaa. 6 ol7tf
ROOMS TO BENT CALL 2044-W.
FOR RENT Houses
, FOR REST .
6 room- house close in.
8 room furnished house.
4 room furnished house.
Hop farm, 5 rear lease.
5 acre country place.
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE
S rooms with sleeping porch. Lig'
Va"r and Phone free. Close in. lm
aediate possession. Cell 41Q Oregon
FOR RENT 440 8. 83RD.- 8325 gtate:
2327 State; 1098 K. Slat.; 1565 S. Cot-
Use: 1154 Oak. etc
U. 8. Bank Bid-;.
MODERN FIVE ROOM HOUSE, El.F.rr.
ing porch. 1074 .Marion. 7-nli
FOR RENT THAT 940 MODEFX 7
room house at 1145 No. Winter fct. I
am going to offer now at 835, as it ia
. late ia the season. It is worta $43
, bovever. See W'm. Fleminr. 341 State
St. Phone 303, or house, 1734 M.
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HOUSES TO RENT
-F. li. WOOD. 841
7 HOUSES FOR RENT IMMEDIATE
poesesgion 9. , . .
, - ' BECKE HENDRICKS
TJ. S. Bank bAr. 7.01
FOIt SALE StisccIIaneouj G
WILD SACRIFICE KIMBALL PIANO
or eaah. Only 8195. . Condition like
new. A real snap. InTestig-atel TH-
i.man Piano store, 393 S 12th, near S. P.
passenger depot. Sol.
Beautiful - Oregon Rcz q
And eleven ether Oreroa aoars to
Cether with a fine collection of patriot
ic Bong, aeered eonfe and many 0.4
time fa rorl tea.
ALL' FOR' 23c.
(Special prices m quantity lota)
Especially aiaptsble for echool, com
"unity r hoaue sinrin-. Send for
70 pasea sow la Ita third edition
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OREGON TEACHER 3 MONTHLY
215 S. Commercial St. Snlem. Or.
FOR SALE: GOOD TEAM. TRUE AND
sound ; wagon and harness; also rood
cow and 8 doiea hem. Phone it07.
8-nftt f '
including Ben Newmark, - former
assistant state fire marshal, la
what' government operatives have
called the biggest counterfeiting
conspiracy in the history of" tLa
Although Capt.' Thomas i." Por
ter,1 chief of the eecret service
here, said today that only 10 0,
000 In fake war savings stamps
had been cashed, according to the "
most definite Information he had,
other operatives -declared that re
ports from banks throughout the
country' indicate that the total ex
acted by the counterfeiting gang
may run well over a million dol
lars. These reports came from
Chicago, Cleveland,: New York.
Pittsburg and Cincinnati houses.
Newmark was released "in bonds
of 15,000 and his hearing set forf
CONDITION j UNCHANGED
i MARION, Ohio, Nov. 12. ITrs.
Florence Kllng : Harding's condi
tion remains uachanged tonight.
according to a brief bulletin issued
by her physician, Dr. Carl W,
Sawyer. s . ,
November 19. Wednesday-Ritf en-
reation of county assessors. Capitol build'
November 19, Wedneaday War Moth-
Norember 22. SaturdsT Vut KU r;r.
ele of Jasoa Lee aid society. Batesr.
Allen's Hardware store.
Nerember 20-22. Third Annusl Corn
F-how and Industrial Exhibit, auspices
Chamber of Commerce.
November 27. Thursdav TK.nl.r!..
ing day. .
December 1, Mondae Election of of
ficers. Capital Pott No. 0. American Le
gion. . .. - .......
December 2, Tuesday Annual election,
of officers, Salem Cherrians.
December 2 and 8. Tuesday and "We4
nesday Annusl ' Cnerrisa sinw sir i'-.
December 4. Thnrsdsy Tom Ekerni'l
lecture. Aewnieee - t . K.lem ,
ers for Soldier Mon unseat f jn
December 7, Sunday Annusl -,r,
services, Halem lo'eNo. ."jjf I i
December 17, WednrHiUy Ann .i i. .-
Jattiiient "play at Sa!ru I
' . December 23. Ihur
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