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THE NEW OREGON STATESMAN'S' GEEATERTAELET NEWS AND PROGRESS PAGE
The New "OREGON STATESMAN Salem, Oregon, Tuesday Marking, October JS, 1928
Affiliation With Methodist
Church Not Necessary
to Enjoy Event
's First Biscuits
INDEPENDENCE. Ore.. Oct,
15 fSnprial The Salem dis
trict Methodist Men's Council,
which Is to be held Wednesday
night at the Methodist church at
Monmouth and 5th streets, ex
tends an invitation not only to
pastor's and laymen of the church
but to all men who would like to
attend, whether they are members
of the Methodist or any other
rhnreh In fact the men of the
council are very desirous of hav
inr thou attend who nave no
Dinner is to be served In the
cnclal halls of the church at 6
o'clock, after which a very inter-
Aotrnsr and worth while program
nrenared by F. A. MagruW of
rnrviiiti and Rot Lockenour of
Salem, tj resident and secretary
of the council will be
given in the main auditorium at
Following is the program:
New Zealand Dutch Lunch, at
Th Worir of the President, the
Hon. "W. C. Hawley.
What the Laymen means to the
Surprise number, Robert Mcla-
"Rslirlnn on a State College
Tamous." G. L. Boomer. Corvallis.
Violin Solo, The Rev. E.
"Haywire," Harold Shellhart
Remarks, Dr. H. F
Reports of district
and of communities.
Talks by everybody.
Zyr q Om
ltoM L I Mother. uiti : J
Crop in Lake Labish District
Carefully Harvested to
t Preserve All
West Salem News
fix Helen H. EodoH Phon? 24021
relatives here before her return to
CLUB HOLDS FIRST
SPRING VALLEY. Ore., Oct.
16 .(Special.) The first regu-
lar meeting ot tne spring
community club for this season
was held at the schoolhouse Frl-
day evening. octoDer i.
newlv elected president Vivian A.
chairman stratton called the meeting to or
der and the secretary. Mrs. l.. p.
Matthews, read the minutes ot
the previous business meeting.
A short business session was
ollowed bv a roll call program.
Phri Yuneen eave an Interesting
Htory of his boyhood days in tho
Swiss Alps, telling of the wonder
ful echos which can be beara nign
up in those towering mountains.
Arthur Yuugen gave a comic rec-
... mm t
itatlon about Billy ana nis iuv-
,or Mr Frank B. Windsor im-
OREOON NORMAL SCHOOL, personated a young school lad
r , I singing of school days.
Mrs. Donnel Crawford and Miss
SPEED OF lit
u msttit i fire.. Oct.
-la! The Oregon Normal school
football conflict witn "n"ew l. Grace ChlMers gave a vocal duet
urday afternoon proved a raw B1 Q zephyr" with
Mrs. Crawford playing the accom
paniment. Mrs. Frank amun
on'i Fee" or "The Bag or
Beans." preceding the pantomime
nri Btnhbornlv fought battle. Lin
had nlled up a score 01 bi-w
against the teachers in read tne poem entitled the
the normaia wmi
win nothing less. Scoring
two points in the first quarter oy EuU Smltn the bride
blocking Linneia puni, ,ibj t. winH.nr th hrtrfeeroom
As Car Upsets
On Wet Paving
JEFFERSON. Ore.. Oct. 15.
(Special) Mrs. Margaret Cooper
of St. Helens suffered an injury
to her arm Sunday morning when
her automobile skidded on wet
pavement and upset about five
miles south of Salem. Her son
Edward was not injured. The car
was badly damaged. It was re
paired at a garage here. Mrs.
Cooper and her son were on their
way to Sodaville.
Dr. Booth of Lebanon parked
his car beside the highway to give
Mrs. Cooper first aid treatment,
and a machine occupied by a Jap
anese couple ran into the Booth
car. The Japanese woman was
cut about the face.
LAKE LABISH. Ore.. Oct. 15
(Special) An unpredecented de
mand for clover seed has caused
every ounce of this valuable seed
to be carefully garnered. The
coming week will se this crop
cleaned up. Most of the seed was
contracted some weeks in advance
Killing Frost Noted
A sucession of killing frcts in
the lake have changed the com
plexion of tomatoes, squashes, cu
cumbers, and dahlias.
This latter commodity is bene
fited, however, according to Mrs. i
Frank; Matthes and Mrs. William
Powers, extensive dahlia growers,
who say that the present severe
frosts 1 will cut down top growth
and mature the valuable bulbs,
enabling the bulbs to be dug and
stored, during the winter.
C. A. Park passed through this
neighborhood this week, contract
ing eggs from purebred fowls for.
incubator hatching during the
C. A. Westerland of Portland
came here recently looking for
clover seed but found ail of it
Mias Gertrude Bryan of the
health demonstration visited the
Perkins-Maplewood school on Col
The school board, under the
direction of Willard Matthee
placed a pump upon the school
well, and attaching a gasoline en
gine thereto, pumped many hun
dreds or gallons of water out of
the well, making the school's wa
ter supply pure and fresh.
Train Hits Auto,
Four Are Unhurt
The milk truck belonging to E.
C. Wetherbee of West Salem was
struck by a train Sunday at
Twelfth and Center streets. John
Maska. son-in-law of Mr. Wether
bee, was driving the car and did
not hear nor see the train until
he was on the tracks. There is
no electric warning bell there. By
quick action he was able to
swerve off the track so that his
wife. Irma Maska and Ella Beth
Wetherbee, who were with him
escaped injury. The truck was
Mrs. S. L. Burke is at her home
on Edgewater street again after a
ten day visit with her daughter
Mrs. C. L. Rogers of Scio, and a
couple of days with her other
daughter Mrs. J. B. Couey ot Air
lie. The Coueys are moving to Ne
halem where Mr. Couey is going
to run a garage. He is also run
ning two buses to bring children
to the high school.
Mrs. S. L. Keexel of Corvallis.
a sister of Mrs. s. L.. Burtce, ana
who took charge of Mrs. Burke's
home during her absence, visited
with her other sister Mrs. M. E.
Devis Monday afternoon. She will
remain for a few days and visit
COMMUNITY CLUB S
KII1S ALBANY Ml
land Frank A. Smith as the par-
rnreed steadily ahead maKing 4
touchdowns. Uood aeiensive Mp. Wll90n iaved the wed
offensive ball was
throughout the game.
Llnfield twice on 5 yard line near
end of game.
Miss Lorine Walliag delighted
the audience with her rendition
Line rushing with end runs aud i Mu accompiJaled at the piano
by her mother, Mrs. Seymour Wll-
gn. L. r. uattnews gave a taia
on reasons why he could not pre.
sent his numbers and why he
Tna should not pay the fine.
Mrs. John Cbllders read a short
"How Billy Rode
little forward passing was
stressed. Llnfield, in a desperate
effort to score near the end of
the last quarter, opened up a
strong aerial attack which was
frustrated in every attempt.
nnrmila aAcured the ball, rushed
i infi.M fnr twn rinwna than story entitled
punted out of danger as the final tne Colt"
run sounded. Claude Walling gave an inter
Coaches Larry Wolfe and Bob eating reading
Earl said little anout tne game ex. jonn childers told a short
cept that the squad made an en- comjC Btory about a small boy at
couragmg opening ot conierence Sunday school
cuon- Other members who did not re.
Tne une-up was: ends. Ayers 8pend were requested to file past
and Watkina; tackles, McCrae and tne secretary's desk and pay their
cox; guaros. wove ana murpny; ttne ot 2B cents each. Also sev
center, iewis; leri-nair. camp. ,ral members paid the dues for
ngni-uaii, senn; nauoaca, tne year,
i ioniser; qaaner; warren. Alter
the teachers had the game well
salted away the coaches ran in
substltates for many positions.
JEFFERSON. Ore.. Oct. 15.
(Special.) John Wills. 63. of Al
bany, was accidentally killed Dy
the discharge of his own gun near
While hunting Chinese pheas
ants. Wills was carrying the gun
in the rear seat of his car and
while taking the shotgun from -the
seat. It is believed the trigger
caught. The shot decapitated
Wllla is survived by his widow
and three children.
INDEPENDENCE, Ore.. Oct. 15
(Special) Mr. Henderson,
from the Portland branch of the
Ford Motor Co., visited and in
structed the Ford Garage owned
by H R. Steiner.
He commented on the complete
line of shop equipment and re
sorted everything in a favorable
JEFFERSON, Ore., Oct. 16.
(Special) Mrs. Smallwood has
returned from Colifarnia, bringing
with irer a little
Schwab, the son
Nathan Schwab. Chester will r-
niain here with his aunt, Mrs.
Dora Chiles, for an Indefinite
A cafeteria luncheon was
served after the program.
Committees appointed for the
next meeting, which will be No
vember 9 were: entertainment.
Chris Yungen. R. Schubert, Fred
Owen; luncheon, Mrs. Yungen,
Mrs. Schubert and Mrs. Owen.
gxandson. Chester ran2ery Named
of Mr snd Mm. I
CLASS .MEETS SATURDAY
DALLAS, Ore.. Oct. 15. (Spe
cial) An order wu filed with
the probate court of Polk county
The confirmation class of the last week naming Max Flannerr
American Lutheran League meets administrator of the state of bis
every Saturday In the morning in father,, P. W. Flannery, who paa$-
the church parlor at 10 o'clock. led away at the family home near
The American Lutheran cmircn IslPerrydaje on October 4.
yjLi vuuivv - c. ltd i m tcu i Aiax is a mem-oer oi me state
l nemeketa and Center. traffic force and resides in Salom
IThe order names Carey Gilson.
rKAii.i( shKViLfc AJiSOlAtKD I James Houk and R. M. Mitchell
appraisers. The estate consists of
The mid-week prayer services! 100 acres of land and valuable
of the Ford Memorial Commun-1 personal property. The heirs are
Ity church, M. E., corner Third the widow and one son
and Girth avenue, in West Salem,
win be held at the church Thurs
day evening at 7:30 o'clock. The
Rev. M. A. Groves is the pastor.
niEW WATER WORKS
USE SUFFERS DELAY
GERVAIS. Ore.. Oct. 15.
(Special) Figuratively speaking,
someone tossed a monkey wrench
into j Gervaia' new city water
woras, Dut literally, it was a
Use of the city's new water
system had been delayed while
the new pump was arriving from
the east, and then after it was in
stalled, in some way. possibly as
an 11 conceived joke, a large
stone was dropped into the ten
inch pipe to a depth of 100 feet,
where it became fast. When the
turbine pump was started, no
water came, because the suction
reached down only 100 feet in
stead of 145.
The drillers were called back
from Corvallis to straighten out
the affair. This they did by re
moving the pump and lowering a
weight with soap on the bottom of
It. to the level of the Btone and
determining by the soap impres
sion what the obstruction was;
then, drilling through it.
The new pump is expected to be
in running order late this week.
It is driven by a 25 horsepower
motor and will deliver 200 gallons
per minute under 80 pounds
pressure. The well was drilled by
the A. M. Jasen company of Beav
erton. The entire cost to the city
MEETING IS HELD
BROOKS. Ore., Oct. 15. (Spe
cial) The regular business meet
ing ot the Brooks community club
was held bn Thursday afternoon
in Ramp's hall. Brooks, with Mrs
Dunlavy, president, In charge o
the business session. The after
noon was spent embroidering and
In social conversation. Humorous
readings were given by several of
the club members.
In the group were Mrs. B. F
Ramp, Mrs. Virgil Loomis and
daughters, Delphlne and Bertha
Loomis, Mrs. Cecil V. Aehbaugh
and daughter. Kreta Fae Ash
bauah. Mrs. Mary Martin and
great grandson Donald Richards;
Mrs. George Harding; Mrs. C. A
Bailev: Mrs. Sylvester A. Harris
and daughter. Miss La Von Har
ris; Mrs. J. F. Bingham, Mrs.
Willard Ramp and daughter. Cleo
Ramp; Miss Ellen Hackit, Mrs. A.
E. Harris and Mrs. John Dunlavy.
The next meeting of the club
will be held at the home of Mrs.
C. A. Bailey in Brooks, Mrs.
George Harding and Mrs. Willard
Ramp will asaiat Mrs. Bailey in
serving at the tea hour.
Ed. Brock of Second street
aeain is in a serious condition.
suffering from asthma with com
G. H. Tracey has completed the
building of the garage to house
his trucks and other machinery
usetf In' his wood yard business.
He has painted the building a
light yellow and put the name on
the front. Mr. Tracey bought the
property from F. M. Moore and
plans to build his home on the
front of the lot.
Mrs. V. Robertson and Earl
Jensen drove down to Portland
Saturday on business.
To Manage Farm
STAYTON, Ore.. Oct. 15.
(Special.) Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Miller left Sunday for Turner
where they will have charge of
the farm of Dr. Mary Staples,
whose husband. George Staples,
recently died. Mr. and Mrs. Mil
ler conducted the Bon Ton here
for several years, and recently
Walter has been employed by the
Hunt-Tate Motor company. Ray
McLaughlin, who has been with
the Valley Motor company in Sa
lem, will take Mr. Miller's place
in the garage here.
JEFFERSON, Ore., Oct. 15.
(Special) Misees Verna McKee
and Garnet Whedbee, students at
O. A. C. spent the week-end at
their home in Jefferson. They are
enjoying their college work.
STAYTON. Ore.. Oct. 15.
(Special. )-The first meeting ol
the Parent-Teacher" association
was held tonight. Dr. B. F.
Pound, president of the - county
organization, and other county of
ficers were present. Parents
were given an opportunity to meet
the new teachers. Plans for the
year's work were presented. Floyd
Crabtree la president ot the local
MULE COURSE OFFERED
Announcement from the Home
Protective league, located upstairs
at 284 north Commercial street,
says that all wishing to take the
Bible study course offered
through the league should meet
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in
the league rooms.
B V V
At City Caucus
MONMOUTH, Ore.. Oct. 15.
(Special.) At the city caucus
held here last week. P. H. John
son was nominated for mayor
over H. W. Morlaa. The latter is
serving his second term as mayor.
Mr. Johnson, who is proprietor of
a book store and confectionery
has been a resident of Monmouth
for about 30 years, and prior to Ix&y
this served two terms as mayor,
(Domme iim connne Sun?
MISS EDDY VISITS
INDEPENDENCE. Ore.. Oct.
15 (Special) Miss Margaret
Eddy, who is a student at Willam
ette spent the week end with her
parents here. She Is a pledge of
Delta Phi sorolty.
Walnut Crop Is
MONMOUTH. Ore.. Oct. 15.
(Special.) The walnut crop of
Polk county is said to be heavy
this year, and of good uniform
quality. J. B. Stump, one of the
largest growers of this section,
says that be will have 20,000
pounds of this commodity for
"CHURCH NIGHT" PLANNED
"Church Night" at the First
Christian church will be held Wed
nesday evening, beginning with a
covered-dish - luncheon at 6:30
o'clock" the pastor, the Rev. D. J.
Howe,, reports." The public is in
vited to attend this mid-week
PRAYER MEETING THURSDAY
Edgar P. Sims, pastor of the
Highland Friends church at High
land avenue announces the reg
ular weekly prayer meeting to be
held Thursday evening . at 7:30
185 N. High
Between State and Court Streets
STROPPING IS ESSENTIAL
TO TKt PERFECT SHAVE
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as E.ngiisn wamut trees are
used more and more thhough the
state -for shade or street trees.
questions arise as to how best to
harvest and care small quantities
of the nuts where commercial
dryers are not available. Small
quantities may be washed by be
ing stirred vigorously with a
broom in a tub partly filled with
water. Screen bottom travs
around or above a stove will dry
the nuts , satisfactorily, or a few
hundred j pounds may be handled
with a frame filled with trays
heated with a small stove beneath
It. Three or four days of such
heating is usually sufficient, says
C. E. Schuster of the Oregon Ag
ricultural college experiment sta
ur. rnn j. Keizer, world war
veteran and head of the Keizer
Bros, hospital, has withdrawn as
candidate for mayor of CoquiUe
and w!ll enter the Veteran's hos
pital at Portland for an operation.
"Levi Strauss' "Two-Horse brand Overalls for sale by
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The "Silver Grays"
' Portland 7:0.8:30,9:30,
. 1:30. 2:15. 3:30, 4:30.
5:30. 7:30 p. m. t8:S0.
Corvallis 9:40, 10:40,
11:40 a.m.; 4:40, 6:40,
Eugene 9:40, 10:40 a. 014
3 40,4:40,7:32 pm.
Roseburg 1 0:40 am.; 3:40
j Ashland 10:40 aon.
! Marshfield 10:40 ajn.
Independence and Mon
mouth 7:00.8:20, 10:40
r ajn.; 12:40. 2:40, 5:40.
; Dallas 7:30, 10:33 a.
j 12:40, 4: 33, 5:40 pjn.
i Falls City 7:30 a. m 4:35
j SUvertoo 7:00,10;35a.m4
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