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THURSDAY MOVING, TT.V.V. UAP.Y 1027
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It Saves the1 Lives of Babiesr: and Builds Up athe Vigor of
. Gr ovvn" Pepp!5--CoritaTnsJ tlte Iron,: Vitamins and Min
- ' erdSnJtr That -Are f Necessary in Giving Growth;
Strength and Good Health:
Spinach la the Tegetahle above
most that la both, a' toad, and a
medicine; . Spinach ' contains: .10
timeg .aa much iron ar Is contain
ed in, carrots,. aad-slnca:mllk.
while Jt, contains, some Iron, In the
-cases' q ciany jndernoorished in
lanta.t: ia-I-. not,".; easpy "digested,
therefore -epinach 1" ft 1 -valuable
addition to- a milk diet.- - Spinach
and orange juicsa contain all class
eaP of Titamins In ahnndance. and
a large amoant of nacessary min
eral matter, and the. supplement
ing oX milk -wth these ingredients
Is now practiced inr numerous hos
pitals jind , homes throughout, the
country. 1 ;.t. ;;s;-'fr;
The Iron, mineral salts, and Tit
amins that make spinach so val
uable ,ln .malnutrition., of; infants
is;, equally well adapted for build
ing. up physical health in adults.1
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Itarmon and
.'.Mrs.-' .jiSytrla. -Banghman; srere
Thursday fcusmeaa -callers' in ? Ea-
lem :T --' ? ..' - C-.
' A large crowd 'Attended church
aervieesj-.aga.lnlast :Svtt&ajr- thera
was 'Jso a ,$ood. attendance at. th
, young ;peopIefs. meeting Tharsday
erening. Vlh: -fV-i. -t f:.
Xhose"listenfng on the radio at
; the Joseph Woelke home ' Sunday
erening ' wereMrs. . Sylyia' Sangh
raanv.anCsonsiMelTln and 'Martin,
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Dnnn and
soh Kithv - ;rr -v ;: z -r. -Mr.and'
Mrs. Albert Smith' at
tended the Anton1 Schmidt ftmeral
at MC'Atigel-Monday. --
Joseph Woelke- and" Raleigh
, Dunn..'-were business callers; t
Aumsviiie. on, aionaay-r .
Aa X ahaiidoe.f. moonshine"
still was found recently on' the
Fred ' Peer" farmT.by ,. some coon
. hunters"-' .
- M.rs Joseph .'Woelke and son
Ilaymond were Monday visitors -el
the Raleigh 73unn home.,;. , . , ; :
. Mrs.; v Logan Rutherford , " has
been quite fllrecentlyi' "fc
Wi O, Itrneger, realtor progress
slve, IairLjeauUablew Growing, city
and country -makes possible bnys
that wllTjnaSe you rood money.
; ComstetelHstlhgs? ,K.:.Coxn;
sionary doctor onr he -Islnnd or
Hainan,rChfD t ,t 4 u
- Tbis antiTreligious ' campaign
Dr.? Bercovita declares. Is' paralleled--
by - a- -ntOTement amoni? -the
youth of China that respects
neither its ; ancient : feligioua jior
Christianity, 'but! preaches a phtt
osophy ; of materialism and ab
solate freedom for, . everyone , In
leverything.? , ;' h..
Writing" from his station in
China ;4o- the '. Presbyterian board
of foreign missions, Dr . Bercho
vitz said that the anti-religious
movement was directed by the na
tionalist government in ; Canton
which. Aas for "its "avowed: oblect
the destruction of spiritual things
of all kinds among the people.
Not only have 4iols,. long; yen
e rated," been destroyed, he wrote.
but a" general philosophy has been
spread, .breaking s down the old
traditions and respect- for an thor-
ity. and .substituting1 unbridled
freedom that has led ' to an . im
morality r; and,, materialism,, un
dreamed of in old China. r i.
' Ponwroy &" 5 Keene, Jewelers,
never, fail to give you "100. on
the dollar. .Watches, elocksr pins
charms. ' Standard Jbigh.. grade
stock in all, departments. ()
On Friday-, evening, February
, 11, the Sunnyaide, community club
will entertain. the cluba from Sa
lem f Heights;'; Pringle, '- Rosedale
' .. and JMevt3r!'tkJrl'- s'lk.$ -aw-Next
Friday, February - 4, the
Forensic society will meet In Mr.
Hoag's room af ; school at' 2 : 1 5
o'clock, .and- in the ; evening , the
" regular parent -"teacher ' meeting
will "be "held in' .' the, hair at ,the
' "usual time. t .t , ,t
Mrs. ,P G Judd, Harold Judd;
and'Mrs. Phebe, WIlHanis were re
cent tMonmouth visitors. .
The Ml Adams family spent
Sunday at;. Kaiser 'Bottom , with
friends.' ' '
; Mr. and Mrt. C F.-Valentine of
Gervalsvissited Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
Murhahimer Sunday. , , 4.
Hi' C.Gossen, who has been
iaVlng seflous" trouble" with" his
eyes,ha& them operated upon last
saturday4ua:is,SUir In i the hos-
G. Krenn has .returned to his
home nt Portland after visiting at
.the 'ht: 'Conner home. .
lL Jioynes has returned home
from Forest Grove where has has
been employed 'for some 'time. .'
Mr.. and. Mrs.:F, I. Hannon and
Mr. aadMrsv-- D; Hannon - spent
Sunday at AumsviUe.; . ; " ,
Last Monday Mrs. James Wolfe
received word that her " mother,
. Mrs. Winters; of ' Salem, was" seri
ously ill. - : t ;:v , t -
C. F Gniette and family of Sa
lem have moved onto the place
recently Tacatedhy: Roy, Ohmart
and family. t . , ' v-; - .
Mrs; Fred Cone entertained In
honor of her mother's 80th birth
day last weekitUler , mother Is
, Mrs Newton, . who makes - her
home with her daughter. -
Mrst 'lKwellv Kuebler .'has - re
turned from a visit at Mill City.
; Bruce'Fo,. who 'had his leg
bro"ken about two;months ago, is
now able to. reaume hist work.
The Liberty store has been sold
by OscarjSnefapa to Mr. Anderson
of 5alesL: Jif. . and Mrs.. Snelson
for- the present will make their
home with their. daughter, Mrs.
. Devlin of Salem. Mr. nelson has
not been .welU bo tbongbt It best
to pa ont of business.-, ; . '
I!; Rovella. Emery and friends
of Portland , visited at .the W. J.
Keuens' home Sunday. - -
Sir. and Mrs; Michael" Smith of
Minnesota visited, last week at the
hope4o. .herfrSister. Mrs Schott
hoefer. ; r ... v , . ; , ,
Tie foar xlberty, teachers at
- tended thel institute at Silverton
last Saturday " -
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Hoag visited
Mr. Hoag's mother .at Dallas last
uc.ay. - , " .---.? -. -
Several new, Vases 'of mumps
were reported at school , Monday.
Lucy Burdick, ' Ray Wolfe, . and
Ruth IJise reenter school - after
being- out some time oa account of
the ranarS and"hIckenpbx.-' Miss
lliz x .has', also, resumed her'Vork
as intermediate .teacher.
"v. H.- South and family have
movsjj to; prospect, and iir. and
Ir.il-ti.CcUy'.of. llalli Ferry
lava moved onto; the rlacss Vacat
d by t'-'-Ti. ,rrM rr-wn, a sis
ter rf . ;..Cwi:.i-, i.efc'-.r L le
. , J jaftij, Kiiuul Lie,.! Sw.Uwl
Ti" '"1 I.'lcrtr' r' - 1 r-
; I,-"- -' lov i Jcry,
Willie Berndt,' Harland Judd, Lola
and Jannette, , Dasch. ', Lela .Fox,
WisBooa: .Williams.: Sablna
Schmidt,- - Florlan HrubeU and
Virginia, Pagei, . The latter, was a
pupil of Mr. .and -Mrs., IIoag.when
they taught at Brush College. She I
gave : an interesting' talk .- about
New", or k;4-. where she spent last
year.-- Her -deserlption-ol the Lib
erty statue revealed, facts-that are
hard ' to ; understand - from- - the
printed page." Lela nFox,. in. ah. interesting-talk;
compared the work
in the city .school with-that here)
Liberty- achool . extends : a .hearty
welcome to all ..former students,
and -arppfreelateBT their ycoming
Quality painting, both Tarnish
and lacquer work; in our modern
equipped paint shop, i Washing,
greasing - and night .Bervice; tire
repairs. Wood's Auto Service.- (
H. TV Love,;? the; jeweler. 3 3 S
State , StHish l cjuality; jewelery,
silverware and"' diamonds The
gold standard' of values.- Once a
buyer .always a customer. I
- The Peerlesa Bakery- ljft Jforth
Commercial., ; Ban itary, up to date.
Prompt delivery.. Bakers for those
who appreciate the best." I&ereas
Ing ;par,onritell , the -.tale. u ()'
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Campaign Against Religion
Similar to Russia Causes
: :.. . Big Havoc
KEW YOnk, Feb. 2.(AP)
Chinese idols dating back to the'
remote past and tablets symbol
izing China's - historic ancestral
worship, are being destroyed in
China as part I of al nationalist
campaign against religion similar
to "that of soviet Russia, says Dr.
N. i Bercovit?, ' Presbyterian . mis-
'Aecllmated ornamental nursery
stock," evergreens,- rose? bushes.
fruit and shade trees : at' Pearcy
Bros, in season. We have our own
nurseries, 17 S S. Com'LK .)
BILL! PROTECTS RIGHTS
Say Misdemeanor to Falsely Im-
- . f - prisoA Any Individual , . , 4:
L, House bill number 429,-which
was introduced by Representatives
FMott, a i Schulmerich, McPhllllps.
Howard, McGowan and Miller, re
lates t6 personal rights and lib
erties of individuals and provides
penalties 'for , the riolation of
these.; . r; r yi ;!-i 'i-rv.;..''-;;''
' t The t bill provides'; that it. shall
be a misdemeanor to falsely 1m
prisonr any JnjS lyidual. , Any .officer
making a search or seizure must
have 'legal -justification. 'The "use
of ) firearms are confined, to .the
unse In self defense- and if vio
lated party shall . be " guilty of
manstayghfer: It) shall0 be-' mis-
demeanor- for. anyone .to willingly
eatice, ' persvaae, 'procure or en
trap . another person -r to commit
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; Cobbs & Mitchell 'Co., lumber
ana puuaing materials' for every
purpose. . Get estimates, look at
quality or material, then yon will
order. 84 S. lzth' St. - . ()
i; lM SPECIAL! '' r vi': i
6 room modern house. Four
' blocks from-postoffices i-?
ZSl'JMk State-StitX-VX: 1
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not waffles- (f':", I
. made TtghVjalthe'tabU. - r ,
i ; tri the' twinkling of an eye?:,' i
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Not Ions ago you'd have believed that 'impos- f '
sible.. ; The thought of hot, waffles . was associ- , t -ated
with a ponderous . iron : affair, - heavy . to ,
handle- slow to act one that smoked most in- -'considerately
when it wasn't greased just right;
Nevtv you' can ' make these ; delectable . golden -; V
. waffles at your table, elextxically without tising- : t
: a bit of grease or having any smoke;'?- -;
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-( - During February we of fer -t i
: Y; S12Q.Wixile Irons ; :
1 - of shining nickel , ; ; :
; ; You pay only 80c 'down : -?,
and $2 each month r
and without extra charge
to be sure your first waffles will be just right
-tt. package of Albert Fluff Flour, and
a !-. jug of Pacific Coast Syrup Co'$ Syrup.
- W"hy not satisfy that Waffle hunger now J,
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237 North Liberty Street
Many Different Fields Offer
ed Graduates in Contmu-;
: ing Their Work
"Numerous' assistantshlps a n d
the University; of r Oregon., for the
year 1927-28, according to word
be ; available . at
received in Salem,'' Special induce
ments are offered" in" addition' to a
salary for "the part time teaching
seiice'and opportnaity for gradu
ate study.. , . Application should 'be
made- through the aean 01. m
graduate; '. school ' before" April ' 1.
The-list of positions available for
the next -university year includes:
v Architecture . and allied . arte,
three graduate assistants; ' botany
and bacteriologyone graduate as
sistanf ; chemistry, three graduate
assistants, two part time; graduate
assistants ; economics,, one gradu
ate assistant." two part time gradu
ate ; assistants;' ""' education , ': our
graduate; assistants; English,, one
teachiug: fellow three 1 graduate
! I m" ii. II .1 i' H '.. v - 1 . . ..
.assistants, four part lime graduate
assist ants r : geology, 'one' teaching
fellow, -two"1 graduate assistants;
German, one teaching fellow, .one
part time graduate' assistant; his
tory,, three ' gjr adnata assistants ;
journalism, ' one graduate- assist
ant; Latin, one part time jcraduate
uate assistants;' music, one gradu
ate assistant r, physical' education,
two- graduate assistants ; physics,
three ; graduate assistants, : two
part 'time- graduate - assistants;
psychology, three graduate .assist
ants; . romance languages, one
teaching fellowship;' soblogy,; one
teaching fellow, four graduate as
sistant, fonr ' part - time, graduate
assistants; graduate school, ' five
research fellowships. '
; ' ;f(infh Grade' by 28 to JJ
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The constituents of Liberty
school district ,17 ' hed f an open
meeting -Tuesday night to determ-
ine the .advisability .of -keeping" tb
ninth grade in operation due to a
concentrated action" i against it by
certain people' of the district.' .
i.'At the present time- the Liberty
school district employs tour teachers-
and haS a well, conducted. Junior-
high a s,c h o o 1. Unexpected
strength was rallied; by those fav
oring the ninth grade -and " th
move was defeated by a 2S to 17
VOtei : I -v i- ' -
- :Tha matter of adding a 10th
grade, making Liberty a full
fledged I junior high school was
brought out and a test vote carried
affirmatively 33 to 12, Further
action -will be carried on by sup- I
porters of the- measure. J
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