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-:rm JOI OREGON
- -WEDNESDAY-MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1925
Nearly 125 Delegates Attend
Sixth Annual Meeting Last
- The sixth annual convention of
.Marion "county Y.' M. C. A. held
at the First Christian church Fri
day night,' was attended by 125
'delegates from all parts of the
county. The following program
was enjoyed by all.
, Invocation -Dr. J. J. Eyans . .
Greetings The boys."
-Special music (Sing, Sing)
..Pioneer Ritual -Silrerton Pioneers.-
- One - Remark-Rev. J. A. Ben
nett," Silrerton. ; . , . . ) .
,-Have a Remark Silverton Boy
Scouts. .- f
: ; Purpose jof Hi T Club Hi Y
boys ot county. . - -
"What HI Y Did for Aumsville
Roes Condit. . . ,
.What. AVe Learned in Hi Y
'Wayae Ransoa, Aumsville.
Music -Chemawa Quartet.
, Older Boys' Conference La
Vern Davis, Jefferson;
C, A. Kells City! secretary of
Y. -M, C A.. . .. .,-.', ' -v .sr---. ...
"Camp Led Us God ward"
tVJodburn.boys. : : .- i
. . "Special Music Hi Y, Chemaw-
.. Secretary's ' Report BenJ. !j.
.'Kimlwr.vVw " ' " ' : v. ,
- One Remark Dr, W. Browni
Oue More Remark Dr. N. K.
-Tuny.-. - ; ... " , , .
Remarks F, J.. Tooze. " .i !
- Treasurer's Report Dr. F. E.
Brown. ', . .
' Fathers and Sens' Banquet-
Fathers and sons.
-rThe Governor Enlightens Us
Gov. Walter M, Pierce.
Report -of Nomination Com.
Election of officers. Ivan Hadiey
r ' ------- - ' J I nivi
,Keport of Somlnative Committer : welcome
. For. Year 1836-20 , 1
'. ; President. O, V. White of .Stay-!
tpn; vice, president. Lloyd T. Rey
nolds; treasurer, - Joe Albert:
secretary, Benjamin J. Kimber. -'
Publicity L. C. McShane, Fred
J. Tooze, L. M. Gilbert.
- Clubs and Speakers Rtjbs Gon
dii. TV O. Davis. Dr. J. O. Van
Winkle. . t
Camp Dr. B. F, Giesey. Paul
Wallace, W. A. Weddle. Dr. E.
Brown.' . . -
.Conferences and Rallies I T.
'Reynolds,-O. V.' White, F. E. Fag
on. "V-.-.'"J. yC" ' '. ' : .
,.. Elected members of the county
board Dr. 3.' F. Gieaey, Aurora;
W, F. Norman, Woodburn; A.' E.
Austin, Woodburn: F E. Fagan,
Woodburn ; J, S. Harper, Gervals ;
Paul iWallace. Salem; Dr. -F. E.
Brown, Salem; Dr. Walter Brown,
Salem: ,Fred ,J. Tooze. Salem; I
Mi Gflbert, Salem; L. TV Reynolds;
Salera: T. 6. Davis, Salem; U C
McShane, Salem ; Dr. M." C. Find
! Jey; Salem; H. A Reed, Silverton;
H. Good i Silverton; A. Campbell,
Silverton; Sidney r Richardson, Sil
verton; -H.-S Bond, Turner; , Ivan.
, Hadley. s Turner: - Rosa . Condit.
Aumsville; A. W. Weddle, Stay
ton; O. V. WThite, Stayton; H. J.
Rove, Stayton; - William, "Smith,
Jefferson ; L. J. Murdock Jef fer
soh ; Dr. J. O. ' Van ' Winkle, Jef
ferson; Joe Albert, Salem.
At the, close of the convention
the county board -met and com
pleted .plans for- the county-wide
Unaoclal campaign, to be held Oc
tober 26 to .31, AH the towns of
the county are participating at this
time and Cook Patton has chal
lenged Lloyd T, Reynolds with the
statement that he can Dick a bet
ter .team ;- and raise more money"
in Salem than the latter can in his
territory. -The fiTst 'meeting of
- the Salem group will be held .Mon
day noon at wnich time the cam
paign will begin in Salem. The
competition . between these 'two
men, will no doubt be interesting,
Some of the remarks made in
the" many short talks Friday eve
ning show the' value of the county
imCA work. - ; i . .
e Silverton Pioneers gave the
- Pioneer ritual in. a splendid and
. nuiructlve t manner.. - Rev. ' J. -; A
Bennett ,-tf the Christian church
a t Silverton said in his remarks
?The Pioneer program ?and club
lids held the boys to Sunday school
and developed leadership.4,; Ross
Condit of Aumsville made the
statement that the -Hi-Y club had
a greater influence oyer Aumsville
than any. other thins last year.
Wayne Ranson, president of the
Aumsville HiY club, said; "We
.boys have learned more about our
Bible la the last year in the Hi-Y
club than in all the rest of our
Iifc.V Ia Vefn Davis of Jefferson.
iu -speaking about-the-older boys
: conference, made a singular state
ment, t "The vOlder Boys' Confer
ence,: with Frank Moran, taught
me more of r life than any other
group of meetings I ever attend
ed." Dr. Walter Brown, head of
the County Child :Velfare work
sand in a most pungent way: 1'The
rurarYMCAM the greatest single
force la Marion county developing
leadership and character. j Dr. N
ICTuily. pastor of the Presbyter
- Ian. church. Salem, seconded ; Dr
' Brown's remarks-by stating ; that
the county YMCA. the right arm
of .the -church,-, is doing more to
Marion county to develop the uni
fled Christian spirit than any other
organization, prof. D. V, White
- of. Stayton.:' who was elected prcs
' ident.- closed the meeting, by say
' Ingi r consider the. county .Y; M
C: A. work. my. very best invest
t nit in time and in money." ,
bich Is being sponsored by Xhe
Salem Arts League will meet from
7 - to. 9 o'clock- tomorrow ' evening
at the' public library.
Hallowe'en Party , , i
The members of the Past Ma
trons Association ' will be enter
tained on Friday at a delightful
Hallowe'en party at Mrs. A. L.
Godfrey's on Friday, October 30.
from 8 to 11 o'clock. The hos
tesses of the occasion will inclue:
Mrs. W. F. McCall, Mrs. B. J.
Miles, Mrs. Al H. Steiner, and
Emma Murphy Brown.
Turkey Dinner for Benefit
The women of the inree
Methodist churches First,. Leslie,
and Jason Lee will serve turkey
dinner on Friday evening, October
30, at the First Methodist church
for the purpose of raising funds for
the West Salem church building
fund. Six hundred tickets are on
sale for-the event. Three dinner
hours have been named 5 : 3
o'clock; 6:15 o'clock, and 7
o'clock. , . , :,r
"For the entertainment of the
guests while the tables are being
Cleared, an interesting program
has been arranged under the direc
tion of Mrs. Donald W. Riddle
and " will take place in the audi
torium of the church.
The turkeys, as well as the
other articles on the menu,' have
all been donated, through the gen
erosity of the business men of Sa
lem, in order that .the entire
amount taken in during the even
ing may be turned over to the
congregation being assisted.
State PT Convention . . .
'AH is in-readiness for the 20th
annual convention of the Oregon
Parent - Teacher a s s o c i a tion,
branch of the national congress of
parents and teachers, which will
open Tuesday, the plan being to
spend th afternoon in Visiting the
schools of the city. ' In the evening
the opening exercises are schedul
es,' with numerous addresses of
and responses. Mrs,
George J, Perkins, state president.
and Miss . Mary McSkimmon of
Brookline, Mass., president' of the
National Education, association.
wiil deliver addresses and ; there
will be music. . Mrs. Charles Hines
of Forest Grove , president of the
first district; will preside. All ses
sions of the convention will be
held at the First M. E. church and
conferences are scheduled for Cen
tral Library. The convention will
continue over Friday afternoon.
Election of officers will take
place Thursday morning and great
interest is evidenced in the selec
tion -of a new president, as Mrs.
Perkins has refused to allow her
name to come up. Mrs. J. F, Hill
is chairman ' of . the nominating
committee, but is withholding all
information on. the possible Identi
ty of the woman 'who is to head the
organization for the; next .two
yea 9. The amount of time neces
sary to the' proper administration
of the affairs of the organization
is a big-consideration; then, too, a
young woman is said to be needed
la order s t& carry on -the work in
the progressive way that is deemed
necessary; in fact, it is known
that the choice of a president has
not. been an easy one .to ' made.
Candidates for other offices whose
will be presented by Mrs. Hill are:
First vice -president, Mrs. i Louis
Dodge, Ashland ; recording secre
tary, Mrs. Lillie' V. Thomas, Port
land; treasurer, Mrs. B. I. Elliott,
Portland ;-historian, .Mrs. N-W. J.
Hawkins,, Portland: directors, Mrs.
W. L. Randall, Eugene; Mrs. D. B.
Kelly, Mrs.. George J. Perkins,
Portland; Mrs. Bruce Kester, Ontario...
The pro-convention meeting of
the board k of managers will be
held at the state headquarters.
550-351-552 court house, on
Tuesday, at 1 p. m.
A trained kindergarten teacher,
Mrs Robertson Cooke, will be in
attendance at all -sessions to care
for the smaller children.
Following is the location of con
ferences held each day, 8 to 9:25
i.-.ta.i r' 1 r . . . .
.-Wednesday, room 2, motion pic
tures,. Mrs. F.T J. Kane; room .4,
literature, Mrs,. H. E. Brown, room
5. juvenile; protection, Mrs, R, E.
Pbgue. "Judge Jacob 'Kanzler:
soom 21, service shop, Mrs.. J. F.
Chapman, Mrs. D. B. Kelly! room
(ConUnu from c S)
ter. . Thb society. Is not connect
ed with the ncentianxlub which
is under the tutelage, of St. .Vln
cent, de Paul Chn rch, but of course.
will welcome ar of its members
to the parties. - . ,
PrvfessorJZa n c'a CZass -,
Profesaor N. B. pane's. claJs. In
WORLD'S GREATEST RACE HORSE
IN DRAMA, "KENTUCKY PRIDE"
- Man o' War, one of the kings of the turf, appearing in the thrilling
Fox production now playing at the Heilig theater.
22, Americanization, Miss Lenore
Mooney; room 24, kindergarten,
Mrs. C.. Harold Palmer.
-Thursday -Room -2-4, -clubs,
Mrs. William Fehrenbacher; room !
4, literature and publicity, Mrs. H.
E. Brown, Mrs.. M. J. Coleman;
room. 5. social hygiene, Mrs. Aita
Lewia Stevens; room 21. disabled
children, : Mrs. Janet Pendergast
Leigh; - room 22. hunfane educa
tion, Mrs. Liilie D. Thomas; room
23, : pre-school, Mrs. W. J. Haw
kins; room 24," kindergarten, Mrs.
C. Harold Palmer.
- Friday Room 2, motion pic
tures,' Mrs. F. 4J. Kano; room 4,
Hterature.and publicity, Mrs. H. E.
Brown and Mrs. M. J. Coleman;
room 5-4-H clubs. Mrs. Wm. Feh
renbacher; room 21, student loan,
Mi-s. C. W. Hayhuret; room 22, so
cial hygiene, Mrs. Alta Lewis Ste
vens; room 23, pre-school, Mrs.
W. J. Hawkins; room 24, home
service, Mrs. J. F. Hill; room 25,
kindergarten, Mrs. C. Harold Pal
mer. Mrs. A. H. Reeve will arrive this
evening from the east and will be
at the Hotel Benson during the
convention at which she will speak
several times. Mrs. Reeve has
made a most acceptable president
to the national organization and it
is understood that she has recon
sidered her first announcement to
the effect that siv would not be a
candidate for re-election and that
she will probably again head the
organization. Portland Journal.
ada qualified for the college's ap
proved list, 16 Oregon only 13, or
44.8 . per cent of 28 examined,
gained approval. Of the 13. three
afe marked' as not carrying out
the .full requirements.
The "fundamental requirements"
necessary for position on the list
are efficient staff organization,
adequate diagnostic and therapeu
tic facilities, trained personnel,
Complete case records and periodic
check up, or medical audit of the
clinical work of the hospital
: In the following Oregon approv
ed; list, , those marked with the
asterisk are not carrying out' the
full requirements but have given
"acceptable reasons" for not doing
" One hundred beds or more
Emanuel, Good Samaritan, Mult
nomah county, Portland sanitar
ium, St. Vincent's and Veterans'
hospital No. 7 7, all of Portland-
Fifty or more beds Eugene
hospital, Mercy hospital, Eugene;
Pacific Christian hospital, Eu
gene; Portland Surgical hospital;
Sacred Heart Hospital, Medford;
St. Mary's hospital, Astoria; 'Sa
lem City hospital.
To this members of the board de
clared that if the students insist
on acting in such a way, they will
not hesitate in moving that such
students be given the full limit of
suspension which Is for the re
mainder of the semester.
It is understood that the' boys
will appear before Principal Nel
son and straighten out. matters
this morning and be reinstated in
NAVAL HEROES HONORED
AT 150TH ANNIVERSARY
(Continued from page 1)
UPHELD BY BOARD
' (Continued from pace 1)
SALEM HOSPITAL IS
ON fPSIO LIST
13 of 29 in Oregon Measure
Up to Standards of Col
lege of Surgeons
Oregon appears to be lagging in
hospital standardization, accord
ing to a report issued by the Amer
ican College of Surgeons.
While 1564 or 65.7 per cent of
2395 hospitals examined the past
year in the United States and Can-
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Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for
Neuralgia Colds Neuritis
Headache Pain Toothache
DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART
Accept only "Bayer" package
Wnich contains proven directions.
Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tableU
, Also bottles of 24 and 100 DruMriata.
Aaplria Is the trade nark of Bayer Manufacture of MoaoaeeUeaeideiter of Sallcyllcacld
of dissent from parents concerning
the action taken in suspending
members of the Friars club.
'r The idea was brought up that
the boys might agree to give up
the club, sign their pledges again.
and when the matter had rested
and quiet.ed down, once more
break their words and reorganize.
the. grave of Theodore Roosevelt
by Captain Adolphus . Andrews,
senior naval aide to President
Coolidge and j commander of the
president's yacht Mayflower.
The army observed the day as
a compliment to the navy, all of
its officers appearing in uniforms
instead of civilian clothing.
The . orinciDal ceremony in
Washington was an assembly in
front of the navy department at
noon addressed by Admiral E. W.
Eberle, chief of naval operations,
and an aircraft demonstration took
place at the Anacostia air station.
Navy day had the. approval of
President Coolidge and was held
under the auspices of the navy
league assisted by a number of
patriotic societies. In addition to
falling on the birthday of Theo
dore Roosevelt, it marks the in
troduction of bills into the contin
ental congress in 1775, which, sub
sequently enacted, provided appro
priations for vessels which became
the first of the United States navy.
For Winter Wear
An Occasion for
Splendid Coats, with every style detail the sea
son offers. Good materials, Bolivia, Velour and
Derono, colors are rust, fawn, navy, black, cran
berry. Trimmed with quality fur and better in
workmanship by far, than one usually sees.
"CAN AND DO"
SAIJ5M STORK PORTLAND SILK SHOP
466 Stat Street 388 Alder Street
t Education and 'Enjoymient : j
- ' . ' " , " -:.--: i--- , . ' . 1
v, At the Pacific International Livestock Exposition, K
Portland, Oct. 31-Nov. 7; there is education to be had in ?
wandering about the . great exhibits of livestock and J
farm products;; also from mingling with successful 2
breeders from all over the country. The Horse Show
provides all the thrills and enjoyment one could wish
The reason the United States National, urges xvcrj-- . ,
' oneKto go h because we believe the Exposition will
benefit our local community and, any undertaking that '
docs this, wc strongly endorse.
- United States
-. " . National Bank
Of Our Throe
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anaamma,. n 'w;- "f -"'j-' f""""" .
The first day went over with a rush". Hundreds of pairs went out
in this great Sacrifice Sale. Be sure and be here today or tomorrow
as the sale positively closes on Thursday evening at six o'clock.
Some of the Exceptional Specials
Men's Work Shoes
Two lots regularly sold at $6 and $7, sold in this sale at
Both in heavy school shoes and in dressy brown and black
styles; regular $6 and $7 values go at .
Dozens of broken lines, all sizes,patent fan and satin, both
low and high heels ; $9, $10, $11 and $12 go at
$4.50 $5.00 $5.50 $6.00
Both tan and black High shoes and oxfords, regularly sold
at $6, $8, $9, $10, $11 and $12 go at
$3 $4 $4.50 $5 $5:50 $6
Brdkcn lines in dozens of styles on Isale 4if half pricerang
ing'from . . . j. . t .
See windows for prices and styles i
'.Today is Rubber Heel Day all heels put on
your hoes at half price every Wednesday
DO YOUR FEET HURT?.
Corns and callouses removed withont
pain , or soreness,
moved and treated.
Ingrowa. -nails,' rel
Pains in feet, weak
fool, flat' foot, fool .strain and fallen
arches adjusted. Do, hot suffer, I will
Rive you the .best that science can pro
duce in scientific jcbiropbdy. Consult
; Dr. Williams .
1 1 .About' Tour Feet .
. L. Honrij, 9 o. 5;30 Tbone 616 f
Our shop is equipped with all new ma
chinery. We use nothing but the very
best grade of leather that "money will
buy.;-"J V ... r
Mr jacobson; In charge of this depart
ment, is an expert , in hia line
spent years In factories and repair
shop and ' will do nothing but high
grade work.,.,,. j--- "
University ;ri lt?8f lea work