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THE ORKQOff STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9, 1927
Annual Conference of the
"Evap-gelical Church of Oregon,
August 10 to 25 ; p j.
The annual conference -of jthe
Evangelical .Church of Oregon wlli
be held at-Jennings ledge- August
30 to. 25. Training in worship;
fellowship and leadership will be
Elves,. The convention of the
.Woman' Missionary society . a
dally Tacation Bible school, and
a camp meeting wilt be held at
the same -time.- . i
The daily program will Include
Btudyr Instruction, addresses and
recreation and will . begin each
morning at C: 30 o'clock with a
morula watch, conducted hv vari-
The convention of the Womea'd
' SMianIonar aocietv will be in ses
sion from- Thursday, morning until
Friday afternoon. August 11 and
12. Mrs. C. C Poling, the- state
president, will preside. The
Christian Endeavor convention
will begin Friday evening, August
12, with a bonfire on the banks of
the Willamette. This will" close
on Saturday evening withr an ad
dress by the Rev. 11-Heintniller of
Seattle en "Not Somehow, but Tri
Thaspeaker . for the evening
Bervle.fropj,( August 14 to 25
will thq-v. Ej jw. Praetorlua
of CfveJaad-Pt,. J?o i,,genera
BecretaryotAha board of rftJigioHH
education iu ,tb. . pvangeiical
rhurVh. and a spff'n11!! Itt y"V"fr
Tuple's wpr . ThR- Rfty.-P- n
Niellon of Spokane will be cher
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Approximately 250 delegate
are expected to register. .-Many!
1 amfiler are- expected to camp on
the; grounds. Toots and other
equipment are rentes".
A- modern, commodious tabert
'-4fl nacle erected last year at a cost
l40irot nearly $13,000, will seat ap-
1 Firnimatiit 9fiftfl' naruni ami In
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expected to be filled for the Sun
day services. A dining hall was
erected' "at the- same time the
tabernacle was built and large
crowds can be fed easily and
speedily. Camp stoves are provided-
foa campers who wish to
do. their own cooking.
The Rev. C. P. Gates, pastor
of the '. East Side Evangelical
church . is chairman of the camp
meeting board which has charge
of all general arrangements and
the Rev. A. R. Schmale,; pastor of
Lents Evangelical church, is deau
of the leadership training school.
Tne- faculty for the leadership
training school included -the Revs..
F. 13. Fishery A. R. Schmale, E. C:
Kreitlow, L. H. "Wulard, Fred
Dudlej A. L. - Lonsberry, G. L.
Lovll. C P. Gates, E. W. Praet
orlus, Mrs. C. C. Poling, Mrs. R.
AV. Corbett and' Mrs. Fred Durdle.
.. All Evangelical churches in
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M will be closed August 14 and . 21
to allow members to attend the
BHssions' at Jennings lodge. ' ;
S - Betrothal Announced at :
iXJK Luncheoitin Portland
. fS The befxotbar of ' M Ids Matnda
t!f Harfman ajid Johnip..,J-el, Jr.,
i was announced recently. T. ,
luncheon given at the Orange Lan
tern Tea Room in Portland by her
sister. Midi i.'Gertru'de Hartman.
Covert, were placed' for fourteen.
Miss Hartman is a daughter of
Mr.- and Mrs Fred Hartman . of
Aurora." and i welf - known in
Salem. Mr.v Jieel -la the son of
Mr. land " Mrs. VJoW LeJ of
Portland , He laennectad wHh,
the IJnobln Oil Comian
Gilliam 8fc Reuruoif,
Th!t Dallas Park
" 1ae des cendants of Colonel
Cornelius Gilliam, noted Oregon
pioneer, held their annual reunion
in ttie city part of Dallas on Sun
There i notlung better
I than a disk of. oar, de
licious Ice Creanx.. It ia.
tire, healthful and
tasty. Your choice , of
farors and comhiBe
yti DRUG STORE
' . ORIGINAL- YELLOW
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day. August 7. Colonel GJllIam
came to Oregon in 1844 and was
selected colonel of the fourteen
companies which attempted to
avence the Whitman massacre.
A short business meeting was
help with Dr. U. C. Eppley of
Salem elected president; XT. S.
Grant, vice president; , Miss Velma
Gilliam. secretary; and Miss
Merle Gilliam historian'.
U. S. Grant of Dallas was the
presiding officer of the day. The
musical program was in charge of
Judge Peter H. D'Arcy a pioneer-
of Salem, delivered the prin
cipal address of the afternoon, tak
ing as bis subject, "Colonel Gil
liam and the Oregon Pioneers of
The complete program follows:
America; male quartet; Annals of
the Gilliam family. Miss Merle
Gilliam; Reading, Glen Parrish;
vocal solo. .Mrs. Glen Parrish;
fddress, Judge Peter H. D'Arcy;
String music; vocal duet, Dr. Ep
pley and Orville Hull; vocal solo,
Mrs. Annia Tilgner; address, Mil
Spending Several Weeks
Mrs. James G. Heltzel, Mrs.
Anget Holmstrom, Miss Margaret
Heltsef, and Charles Heltzel are
(pending three weeks at Neskowin.
At Paei fie City for the Week
Judge ana Mrs. Harry H. BeU
w4tte-tbir. children are spending
the week aCPcif lc City.
Return From Motor Trip
to Southern Oregon
Rev. and Mrs. H. D. Chambers
have returned from a vacation trip
to Crater Lake, Klamath Falls,
and the Oregon Caves.
Royal Neighbors 'Sewing
Club Wili Meet
An all-day meeting of the Royal
NeSghbors Sewing club will be
held on Thursday at the home of
Mrs. Bertha Loveland. 345 South
A covered dish luncheon will
be served at noon.
Mrs. Walton Returns to
Her Home in New Jersey
Mrs. R. W. Walton who has
been a guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. D.- Smith, for several
weeks left Monday' for her home'
in Montelafr. New Jersey.
Mrs. Walton came west to be
present on the occasion of the
golden wedding anniversary of
Picnie at the Fairgrounds
The Sons of Union Veterans of
the Civil War and. their auxiliary
will picnic this evening at. six
thirty o'clock in the grove at the
Far grounds. All G. A. R. Com
rades are invited, to attend.
The ladies of the auxiliary are
asked to bring well filled baskets,
dishes, and silver. '.
Mrs. Todd Guest in Salem
Mrs. . A. , S. Todd of Tacoma.
Washington is the Boose guest of
Mrs. Estelle Wlnans for several
days. Mrs.- Todd has many
friends in Salem.
Week-end Guests from
Mr, and Mrs. James. M. Murray
of Portland: were .week-end .guest
in Salem. , ...
Entertain With Dinner PaffV
r povera werie placed for Mr. and
Mfs.fHC. Von Behren, Mr. and
MraCfiris Kowits, Junior KowiU,
Praise Lyctta E. Pinkham's
Mrs. Annie Kwlnakl of 526 1st
Avenuev MHwaUkee. Wis" writes
that she became
so weak and run
sown that she
waa not able to
do " her house
work. : Sne aaw
the name Lyd la
pound in the
paper, end said
to her husband;
"f will try that
medicine and see
it it will Mel d, me." She aaya she
took six bottles and! is feeling much
' ' Mrs. Mattle Adams, wtoliTes ia
Downing Street.--Brewtonv Ala
writes as follows: "A friend recom
mended Lydla E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound and since tanngK
I feel nfc -at different troman." - '
With her children grown up, the
mlddle-aged;Woman, finds time to do
the1 things she never had time to de
before read ffce new books see tis
new pliys, enjoy her grandchildren,'
takei an 'cctirty part in charca and
civic affairs. Far from being cashed
aside tr the -younger setv she- finds
a fun, ricn life of, her own, inax is,
if her health, is ood. :-; , "
'Thousands of women east fifty.
say they owe their health to Lydla
Ev Pinkham's Vegetable Compounl.
A - -
Mrs: R.- L. Putnam,: the 'Misses.
Lenore, Tbeona-and Winona: Pat
tsdmt and- tb hoist- and hostess,
Mr. sndMrs. Potter. q
Miss Elizabeth Lenon and
Collett Rusk MartHed
on f Sunday Morning
The marriage of Miss Elizabeth
Lenon and Collet Rusk was solem
nized at ten-thirty o'clock on Sun
day morning In the parsonage of
the Court Street Christian church.
The bride wore a gown of peach
georgette and lace. Her bouquet
was of bride's roses and sweet
Miss Gladys Newberry was maid
of honor and Jason Rusk, a bro
ther of the groom as best man.
After a wedding trip to New
port Mr. and Mrs. Rusk will be
at home to their friends at C4
South Commercial Street.
in Pacif ic City
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Randle
vore guests in Pacific City for
Little Gerald Kimiey
m s in Portland
Salem friends will be grieved to
lea in of the death of little Gerald
Maurice Kirasey, four man; Us old
son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Klmsey
(Lois Morehead), in. Portland on
lit? funeral Keiviied will be
held- this mornug at ten o'clock
at the Webb funeral parlors in
Mrs. McCourt a
Gitt;st in Salem .
, Mrs. F. A- McFadden has,.had
Las her guest for the past few' days,
Mr3. John McCourt of Portland. "
At the Beach' for the '
Remainder, of the Summer '
Mrs. Victor Boescher has gone
io Newport where gne'wlU fcpend
the remainder of the summer.
Miss Pearl hangtvee
Uecomes Bride of
Miss Pearl Langtree became the
bride of Sayette Mitchell on Sat
urday evening at eight o'clock
in the parsonage of the Court
Street Christian Church.
The bride wore Nile green satin
with a bordered veil caught with
rosebuds. She carried an arm
bouquet o"f snapdragons and roses.
Following the ceremony, a wed
ding supper was served at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Langtree, in south
After a short trip in the north
the young couple will return to
Turner to make their home.
Go to Seattle for Wcel:-end
Mr. and Mrs. Al Krause and
their son, Johnnie Krause, spent
the past week-end at Seaside.
Will Sail on Fortnight's
Cruise to Alaska
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Moore
and their daugter, Miss Ruth
Moore, are motoring to Portland
Going on to Seattle, Miss Moore
will join Miss Mildred Jeager and
Miss Ruth Cole and the trio will
sail Thursday on the Admiral
Rbdgers for a fortnight's cruise
Stops will be made at Sitka,
Juneau, and Skagway.
Dr. and Mrs. Deitrich
Guests in Salem
Dr. . and Mrs. George L.; Diet
rich of Fullerton, California are
house guests for the -week of Mr.
and Mrs. Hal F. Wiggins in their
home on North Fourteenth Street.
Dr. and Mrs!. Dietrich will spend
the remainder of thv month, of
Only motor stage service - to
San Francisco, California, and
southwest cities with 3 daily.
Schedules. Serves all inter
mediate points stop-overs if
desired. Great responsible sys
tem protects you- cares for
baggage. Finest glass-enclosed
cars, reclining chairs, heaters.
Albany, Corral lis, Roeebarg,
MetUbrd, Ran Francisco, Los
Angeles, Baa Diego, Phoenix,
El Paso '
10:20 A. MM 1:40 A. SL,
- 7:30 P. M.
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' Portland, Seattle,' Vancouver
8:80 A, 1:30 P. IL,
t - 7:45 P. M. i
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jTbis pa040ie first Jtakenslnce . their, wedding at CJrand Afta,
Quebec, shoIr. and Jtfrs. .James Stillman, Jr., as hey departejr
New York for thair honeboimvrip QJfad. rjV,Ci
August in Washington and British
Mr. and Mrs. Persons
Have Gone to Brietenbuah
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Persons
have gone to Breltenbush Springs
where they will remain for several
Drawing Plan Sells Lots
Quickly, Harris Reports
One of the quickest sales of
city lots In Salem has recently
been completed with the sale of 6
lots in the new Walnut Park addi
tion, handled by R. A. Harris.
Tim new addition lies between
21st and 24th streets, adjoining
th3 west end of Hie stttto hospital
grounds, facinj on Center. A
reservat'en of 20 lots was marie
by the owners fcr future develop
ment of sale.
The' plan used in the sate was
to put all the lots up, for $500.
with the choice of lots to be de
termined by a drawing which w'll
he held at- the chamber of com
merce as soon as the city Council
yoes- through the formality of va
cating the territory.
A building restnd!o i of $2750
a: a minimum ha3 ueen set on im
provement of the lot-, with a
n tint be r of buyers alsnadv draw
ing u-p plans for building
The addition was purchased
frtutt'the state for $1(1.000. and
the. 96 lots sold have brought
$48,000 with 20 lots stUl held in
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The Forward Look
. must be forijSeen today ; the service of the
future must be ppvided forj ia the present.
Tn the America of tomorrow new industries
"Will-devdc,-trade will increase,, residential
sections will replace the vacant areas of today.
There must be new telephone buildings and
siwuchboardsmUIions of; miles of. new wire
and cable; yet a larger 'arrffy;of 5 men and
women to-build and operate jthe ever increase 5
, ihg facilities; more and rAore trained execu-
tives to manage and direct, i .it. ,
'.. f It, costs about 35385,000000 a 'year to keep L
ahead of America's demand' for. telephone '
service- I f this vast sum is to be spent wisely
and efficiently, future demands-must be fore-
- casted with as much precision as is.h(imany
possible so that materials, moneyi"rnanpower
will not be lacjung when the need comes. Only :
: through" the- forward look Js the . telephone
. , kept ready to mejrt the
The pacific Telephone And Telssraph Company
On Pottery On
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GIVE URGE RETURN
Receipts Herje and in Wash
ington Exceed Other
The national forests of Oregon
and Washington showed the larg
est receipts of any of the eight
federal forest districts, taking in
$1,309,173.16 during- the fiscal
ending Jane 30, 1927. This was
growing demands of a -
'Beu! stereo.; r
System Universal Service
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receipts for that district .in : the
preceedinil fiscal- year, , acdrdins
to ine iJfisrpci irureieT. .rnriiana
Orfegoa "The California ; district
waa- second. In.- rotai receipts, taK-
" Sales '" of Umher. permits for
razmg, ana otner uses 01 an rue
180,natoTial -fo!r3t! brought a to
tal of $5,166.5 l.Od into the treas
ury of the' federal government dar-
htg the past fiscal year.. 1 -The-totarreceipiSvirom
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500 Pounds ice
75 IBS. SIDE ICER
in oalc finish, 2" inch cbrk
100 LB. SIDE
white 1 enamel finish,
' 500 lb. Ice
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75 LB. SIDE ICER
oak finish, lMi inch cork"1
500 lb. ICE FREE7
-S-ply-CfcbofV, qmit,Tniis"gn)n finish
year, were an ia,crease at Sl94fr-porseH- S87C.S1S,S2 grazing.
Wertf' SS.335,S18'.1$ and 35.231.
The. total national forest receipts-last
year -came from the fol
lowing sources? timber sales; SS.
673.S32.S2; timber settlements.
S2l.S63.93; timber trespo3S,
6 T3L02; turpentine sales, S1S,&72.-
In plac of the wood range -
dirt. After one day's t'rial
Jovenfce laraoVnf reAeIvfld.1 (sheepnsKoaJtf.j; -647.4f .54f
ced-'W'ypfeViirfyf ar,xept J cial-uses,. S277.611.53; occupancy
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31 10.00, $132142.50, -SJ45p-
Pay the balance hv small monthly payments while
you use the range . . . .
Your Old Range
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Weiiave only a few refrigerators left and1 in order to
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R4; property trespass. 150. - '
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Will Keep Navy says a headline.
Or, as Ben Franklin said it, "Lav
your neighbor but don't tear down
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finish 1 Mtf cork-
lb. ICE FREE
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white enamel finish. 1 inch cork-
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