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THE OREG CN STATESMAN S AIXTJy GSEGGSj- FRnJAYIIORNINGOCTcfccn 1327:-3H
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Owen 1". Oilon1 1
f he was earrylnf sufficient life in
surance, and the mechanic replied
hat . he was not and .T; perhaps
would soon buy aaotber policy.
at that Mr mind was made up as
' lEIV YOiiK RECORD
Wis; Friends Hope To ,See
Him-Wrest Palm from
' ,t: -v ' '
' -V' . I; ..-"
; Owett K. Ogden. who is attempt
ing to break the New York L4fe
Record by wrltinj orer 312 appli
cations for lite. insurance between
.October rd and November 23rd.
I17 , thereby, take the record
way from Vancouver, Washlns
ffln born In Sioux City, Iowa.
Ho Inherited hla '-nelllnj ability
rom Jill Uther, Who vran one of
rJsrslmU Field - company ciont
) ; uceessfal.travellns men for'mariy
years. - It Is 'learned - that Osrtfn
.Started selling att a- very tender
Ur;.:-M. .1 -i.J (.''lUU company's - policy her
Wl of sttch door to door article, J lnf,,ref i? ,s
a. blueing and scissor' sharpner: ' w, liI
gden ;riever passes up a .tend f T I ' . fv f i d
rirdi h; . .b4 J 4:.:,!: n w tum the next day
CrT." "r Hh a New YorklLife rate book.
And he did, a. that rery nto he i final success.
ade stands In His front yard. "When
a very young boy he made such a
record kelllng coffee tjiai the com
pany cent bim out as their repre
sentative, i-wben he left; f or his
summer vacation. Tnls of course
jwas quite an "honor for a ' boy
around 1 J years of age; vWhen he
?p V older he worked as a" call boy
for railroads, then entered the line
'pi bnsInesftharTs rather promi
nently iaeIfled"w,Uh tais life to
late,- thjfrnow business;. He
worked up to assistant treasurer
p the New Grand theater in Sioux
"City and then came ."west to, con
afect with the Alaska-Yukon expo
sition held 'In Seattle In 1)09. Af
er'the fair he went with the It.
CJ. Dun company as reporter. later
Ijeng promoted to manager of one
.othelr btan.cb.ev i l" age at
that time was only 21. John Cort,
.t6e theater magbs te. then - made
Jhim an. offer as assistant treasurer
pi, one of his theaters. Receitring
W yery Ottering offer; from the
porta. he left tor northern British
pnTurabla. and he . also spent con
f Merabje time In Alaeka. In that
riantry he 'acted as time keeper
rirvThe Oranby Consolidated and
lao had charge of a" store tor the
aciflc Mills. He was also with
He "White Pass and Ynkdn , Tail-
oan in sxagway in a oterjcai ca
pacity. - The day . that - President
WWsoa. declared .war he Tolun-
eered,; but neyer "got -orer; seas.
When discharged from the;caTalry
pa tf it that ' he was with he Joined
bient of thOrcgontan, where he
kindled Boy promotion.; In fact he
hQvered the city of Salem for the
bregrtnlan ' in 1920 and,' was re
jj&neible for putting on a big in
reaie Jn that paper's circulation,
rt aald of him that during 1920.
rh!le wjth- the Oregonlon and
Suildini: nt circulation. -that al
Lhough he was supposed to put In
bnty a regular day that erery eye
itag after dinner he' called on the
people from door to door and
hey suited ,tQ,ome itQ.the door
t H6' later went to Salt Lake City.
.vTiem be out on a "moTTe stunt for
the 'Telegram there, and Mr. Og-
lenwas: responsible , for. : the first
S ppearance of , Fay Wray. tbe mo-
t Ion .picture aUr, before the cam
!?ra. Newspapers In the Texas oil
held fllatrict .then tried to.eecnre
hW aerrJcesr but after going there
Wnd- looking orer the situation he
heturned to SaltLake .City, where
ha handled .another circulation
romotIonv stunt for the Deaeret
N'ewa.Hh Mormon newspaper He
DIM 2 DAYS LEFT
III fM CONTEST
Complete Fairness Assured
"By Sealed' BalloV Box
Last Votes Count :
Honor Roil Today'
t. Maxwell White
2. Kd WeiMier I
3. I"oa : Mickenliam ! ;
My Uadio C ncst Kditor f f
The question now foremost in
everybody's mind is "Who wilt be
the prize winners when the Judg
es announce their official, decision
at the close of the contest?" I
As the big radio . and , bicycle
contest comes; to a -close all the
candidates are asking themselves
"Will I hare enough rotes when
the final count is made to put me
oTer the line, winner of the! big
Every hour fs iulshty Important
these last few hours of the con
test. In fact, after today there
are only a few hours left. Eery
single minute of these fateful
hours is vitally important to! the
complaint ' heard and checked up.
if you do not register any com
plaint today on the rotes aa -published
In the paper, the votes
standing S3. published today will
be taken as the basis by the com
mittee of judges and these votes
plus the votes in the sealed ballot
box will make up the grand totals
on; which the grand prizes will be
awarded. - . ."
I Make every minute count be
cause it is entirely possible, that
with the tremendous effort being
made by the candidates, the valu
able radio will be won or lost by
a very few votes.'
,. Do your best and leave no stone
unturned that will help to put you
in the winning class on Saturday
m DAY Si
HAZELi GRfcKX CHURCH PXAXS
STATESMAN ItAD'O CONTEST
-irn?d up i with the New - York
'Life, and the mechanic in the
case is still with the Valley Motor
company of Salem, and when Og
den returned with the New York
Life rate book he closed the case.
With the New York Life. Ogden
has been a rery successful writer
and ha made maqr records; in
fact t this tinie; he holds the
Oregon state, record, and he was
the local .New York .Life agent
who waa responsible for getting
this name and that of Salem. Ore
gon, In the cornerstone of the
company's new home office build
ing on the site of the bid Madison
Square Garden in New York City.
He has been unfortunate enough
to pay quite a number of death
claims on his ownt client's, and hns
also handled a great many Salem
disability claims, so it can easily
be understood why he is such an
enthueia8tlc underwriter. He
makes a specialty, of giving serv
ice, and it is hoped, by practically
everyone that be ' may succeed in
his attempt and be 'successful in
closing over 312 '.applfcajtions for
the New York Life, jn the month
beginning next Sunday, October
Was sV In -Ioe with he Pacific
!oast tcountrv,' bat he returned
nd acte-3 s l!rculatloh' .manager
?or. 4 Hearst wspapers. i Salem
nade a big hit with-bira -when he
Hrit: came to Alh ftty' Jn; 1920,
Hnd the Mate of Oregon alwavw
Reckoned him back when he was
Way. He wa married In 1920
!J All jbregon girl. v r r
I In the spring of 192? be came
back , ;to Salem for George B.
Muthrte, to art as his manager for
he old Liberty theater. He buiU
the theater bac up. carrying out
lis advertising Ideas very success-'
uliy, J Later he received an offer
0 manage two theaters In Bendi
pregon. . bht : as . he prefered to
Jve In Salem he came back here
nod'then determined to leave the
f aow business.: " " ' "J" V
I Hi &a. always been regarded as
i vary well. Informed man on the
how onslfless. and of course since
asking np his mind to' quit that
, leld he has -received many offers
o return to It, not alone In Salem
)Ut elsewhere, r-The life Insurance
'justness always appealed to-him.
id In-192? he joined hands with
tie New York. Life, -He will de-
ote tie re?t of his-life to celling
; h s t cd m i a ny con t rac ts. .
.They tell a gdod.'story 'on Og-
en. J It eeerns tbaf,when he first
erlied ;tT; Into tbe insurance
usiaes'i ; ia Salem In ;. 1923V. be
ent to, tork wit h a good com
sr.y but axmall?f one thaa; he Is
'w' With.' F 4t teeTns that front
oyhood the one ' company ' that
tool tuf among the field was the
ew York life, bo .one ,dayVwhen
s f irst!.startedv out In alem o
pIUbr for this smaller company,
e fcappened Into garage; lie
;!:i t c.ec&a&lc tinder car tr.i
s wfeat over and stooped down to
ilk to Wm. -He asked the man if
Ceremony of Unusual Inter
est Held at Ranch Near
"A ceremony of unusual Interest
was the Grange dedication of .the
new home of W. F". Gnlvin near
. Sunday afternoon, October 16,
the members of Supriae Grange of
Turner" gathered' at the Gulvin
home and performed the beauti
ful and Impressive ceremony that
the Patrons of Husbandry use on
such occaskns. Past Master G: W.
Farris acted as master. He ; was
ably assisted by other members
as. follows: i ? S
Overseer. M. Townsend lectur
er, Mrs. Arthur Edwards; chap
lain. Mrs. Sussn Glrardin; stew
ard. Arthur Edwards; lady assist
ant steward, Mar. Lena TOwnsend;
Ceres- Mrs. H.. L. Earl; Pomona.
Mrs. Farris: Flora, Mrs. Avis Ba
con. - chorister, Mrs. Scott Funs
ton.; 'K - ;
I The no veiling of the farm name
"Galvindale" was gracefully done
by little .Miss Evelyn Gulvin, while
the flag raising was in charge .of
Robert Law Gtfrvin.
-i- At the dose of the exercises the
many friends - present expressed
their best wishes far Mr. and Mrs.
Gulvjn . in . many well expressed
and sincere greetings.
Later a social hour was ?n Joyed
and a delicious luncheon was ser
ved by Mrs. Gulvin who was as
sisted in serving by Mesdames
Earl, Townsend, ' Townsend and
Farris. Others -present were Mr.
and Mrs." E. M. Law, J. F. Lath
am. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Taylor of
Salem; Mr. Earl, Mrs. Butzke.
Mra.;.McKky, Miss HiUeary, and
-Mr.Jlcer of Turner; Mr. and Mrs
A; F.J. Lafky of Marfon
Not one candidate will admit
the possibility of defeat. For ev
ery one of those lives wires , is
working with might and main to
be one of the victors in the elec
tion. No. one can deny that the race
is a mighty clo;e cne and that is
the reason why the final hours
are crowded with intense xcite
ient and rivalry 0 li.e keenest
kind. ' . ;
These final hours are seeing
tnme hoi battles waged, for.lt is
x case of now or never. Every
n.iua rcui.zea t;.al what is in
tended to Le done inu.t be done
between now ana ux.dnlght tomor
row and tiiue is slipping by rap
il y. . t
Today and Saturday up until
..iida.gnt is sufficient time to get
the winning votes that will cinch
the big prizes. Keep in mind that
for every J8.00 club of subscrip
tions you are given 25,000 extra
free votes in. this period in addi
tion to the votes allowed on sep
Remember that the long sub
scriptions are most valuable. Make
a thorough canvass of your
friends. See the people who gave
you their subscriptions early In
the contest and get them to extend
their subscriptions for one or two
years. A few long term subscrip
tions may prove to be just the
votes you need to make you one
of the big winners.
The ballot box will be locked
and sealed from 9:00 A. M. Sat
urday until the close of the con
test at . midnight on Saturday.
No one but Che candidates know
the amount ; of votes these con
testants are piling up these Vitally
important days. This assures ab
solute fairness to all and prevents
any possibility of favoritism being
shown.' ' ' 'A
Remember that if yon have any
complaint regarding . your vote
standing in the paper that today is
the last day in which to have your
ST OP CANDIDATES
OCT. 20. 1927
.Name v - ? ; ArMrem. .
Howard Attain. R. Z, Bo 80
Vent Aiini. 2S S. 18th.. .
r. k. Aiihr. R i; B 4B.
lfArrhart. 3'7 Co tol
James Basil. 1040 Norway....
W!M ttnrfyfelt R .ft r3A
neo. Cas-y. 1016 N. 20th
Kvnnrllt Coffe. 13ri Marina
Robert Ciwnwll. 97.S Front.
D'-laywond. Auto Park
Alfred Iniwih, g(t N. ?lt ...
Utwrt F.)irT MonmontH. m.
Howard KMiott, 1444 Crnter....
taloh Ejrr-. 870 N.t7t)
Chirtnpi rat, 1320 D
ffrl French. Rout 4
Xs rtcmU C,o4my. 375 N.
Lawreore Almont Grlmoa, 1353
mr , .-:
Ia!e flrtJPM ( . 17th. ...
' HaMtlt, 1593 I
En ni Ha anon, S07 N. 20th..
WSihrt Ilarmav 1910 K. Stim-
mer .........; .
Glen Hardtran, 614 S. lt..
loha Hanson. Bonte 2, Wood-
mW Hewitt, 1341 V. 4th. ..
Vanrce Kr!sey, 1230 Ferrj-.. .
!tr K'--f- .! iifinw
Tot- f,,wi. M-'S !.(
toUrrt rn?. 2K0 S. Cottiit
1J Ma'ilf R Wax lf6
'tvran' Moni. 29!)-i p.' ....
'ferbert - MorlT. 7- V. 1 7th
f ' .Vrtord, 1 928 X Cotta?e
Ttnbert Partm. -7RS N. 21t .
' nn M!-' en?aiB. 12 S 10th
0. ri-'-fi fie N. I7ih
;; . T"ircy, 2156 Sosth
C ur-h . :..
obnn?e Perrine. 1096 N. 17
rIamld Pery. 1913 Shipping
MildrwA Petera, R. 1, Sublim
ity, Oregos .
Ronald Ratmusaen, 1309 AYal-
RoHert Raicnase. 61 3 Market
Georpe Self. 870 X. Liberty....
Jim 8ehnn. 164.1 M'aioa
Mason .Shott. 701 N. 14th..
Robert fikewi. 1967 Center-.
Eldon Slaens, 109S Thomp
son RoHert S. Stallingi, 1140 X.
Front - .i ,
Panl Aofwi, 27.l K.
Sidnay Van Lyderaf, 1225
Kaknan Vadney, 431 S. Cot
Lorina it. WaUinff, R. 1, Bz.
Kdnruod Weinr,io7S Union
Maiwell White, 1010 Oak....
Walter Wieni. 1431 N. Cot-
tf ...... - .
Cheater Wiltse, 1393 3t Winter
9 7,2 SO
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HAZI5L. GREEN. Oct. . 20.
(Special) Sunday. - October-;, 23,
will be Rally day here- Fred De
Vrles president ofthe eoundl of
religious instruction for Marlon
eo anty. will give an address. A
short program will be presented
by the Sunday school. Rev. Mer
shon will be present." An invitation-
is being issued to everyone
who -wishes to attend.
The church has been, repainted
and papered and other improve
Clifton Clems and bis sister
Eileen and brother Arthur Spent
Sunday in Eugene, Clifton and
Arthur are members of a chorus
which gave a program there.
Eveictt. and . Alvin Chapin of
liood River are visiting their
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Hall,
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Woelke had
ia their guests Mrs. Woelke's sis
ter and her husband from Oregon
City. . .
George Kurtch, who works for
the Labish Meadows Celery." uni
on, was operated on at the Wil
lamette sanitarium in Salem for
appendicitis last week.
Pep 'Club at Monmouth
" Normal Elects Officers
A. R. Wetjen Listed First
Among Writers of West
; Albert Richard Wetjen of this
city again has the place of honor
In Collier's latest issue with a
western short story. He 'has also
had a novel accepted by the Cen
tury Company, and has another
novel largely his autobiography,
rendered in fiction style.
At the Seattle parlament of let
ters those attending from Oregon
were not surprised to hear his
name announced as the foremost
short story writer in the west, his
volume "Captains All.'! paying
him the largest royalties of any
, OREGON NORMAL. SCHOOL,
Monmouth, Oct. 20. (Special) i
orncers for the Pep Club at the
Monmouth normal school for the
coming school year of 1927-8 were
elected last week and include
"Skip Liehman of Portland, pres
ident; John Alley, Moro, vice-pres
ident; Rita Thomas, Echo, sec
retary-treasurer, and Joe Hallar,
' The Pep club is one of the most
influential organizations on the
normal campus witJl a member
ship, limited to fifteen students
The purpose of the club is to pro
mote good fellowship, strengthen
the school -spirit, support ' school
athletics, especially through cour
tesies extended to visiting teams
OPEN NOSTRILS! END
A COLD OR CATARRH
How To Get Relief When Head
X v and Nose are Stuffed Up.
County fifty ! ' Your cold in head or
eatarrh disappears. Your clogged nos
trils will open, the air passages of
your bead ' will clear and you can
breathe freely. No more snuffling;
hawking, mucous discharge, dryness
or headache; no struggling for breath
-Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream
Balm from your druggist and apply a,
little of this fragrant antiseptic cream
in your nostrils. It penetrates-through
every air passage of the head, soothing
and healing the swollen or inflamed
mucous membrane, giving you instant
xeKef. Head colds and catarrh yield
like magic. ' Don't stay stuffed-up and
miserable. Relief is sure. '
Pep club members are recognised
as outstanding students on the
campus.. ' : -'' ' I
New members voted in this fall
axe: Leson miuips, uouo lwuub",
Claire Price. Alfa Byers, Bess Gei-
ble, Joe Hallar. .John Lehman.
William Crow,! Margaret Water
man, Mary Kightllnger Cecil Co
theran and David Schlndler. ;
EXPECTED LOSER WINS
NKW YORK. Oct. 19. (AP)
-Race- goers at Jamaica got a
thrill today when the Belalre
stud'e David Bone, quoted at 15
to 1, gallopied way .with the win
ner's end of; the Ocean us handicap
feature o Che card. David Bone
stepped thie six ; furlongs on a
sloppy track r in; the fast time ot
112,4-5. If,; ;
Pain ' and - congestion : is u gone.
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from chest colds, sore ' throat," back-
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.Oil is .a, . narmless
quickly breaks chest
colds, soothes - the
inSammation 6 f
$. breaks tip the con-
I gesuon tnat causes
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Gtt t 33 cent kettle of St Jtcobi
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Those precious hours
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November 15 thi
we offer you
ance on four
old stove now
in use when
It does every thing-almost but plan the menus!.
The electric timer turns the oven on and off at
exactly the right moments for perfect cooking
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morning setting the timer--you may return at
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Offered in Public, I . ?i t ' "
No Physical Elxanilnatioh'Nec Red Tape!
T This policy issued to subscribers of the Portland Tel
egram who are oyer 15 and under 70 years of age. It is
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hetilth insurance exclusively..
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