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The New Oregon Statoman, Salem, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, October 17,193
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0. F. HOLDS
Convention at Scott UiHs
Attended by Delegates
- From Many Lodges
SCOTTS MILLS. Ore.. Oct. 16
ori.i Th district con
-.-.. f th i. O. O. F. was held
i- a t. lunia Saturday. The
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meeting opened at 2 o'clock In the
. af teraooa with Grant Murphy pre-
Renresentatlves from the lodg
M t Salem. Silverton. Stayton.
Woodburn. Mill City. Oregon City.
Aurora. Needy and Portland at
onrfM At 6 o'clock a dinner
was served by the Rebekahs.
At 8 o'clock a short lodge ses
sion was held after which the fol
lowing program was gtren:
Piano solo. La -Verne Rich.
I ' Reading, Eric Larson.
, Solo. A. Broms.
Solo. Mildred Rich.
Reading. Mrs. Zella Smith.
Solo. Victor Wojfe.
- Music, quartet.
Solo. Loraine Hogg.
Talks by Mr. Hobson of Stayton
and Jesse Jones of Portland. .
Address by Fred Mendl. grand
The Rer. W. M. Blodgett. pas
tor of the United States Brethern
church in Salem the past two
years, was assigned to the charge jera 0f pupils in the schools. Fri
at Hopewell at tbe 75th .annual day afternoon.
meeting of the Oregon conference
beid in Portland over the week
end. The Rer. L. W. Riddle, who
has bad a charge in California,
will be tbe er. Blodgett's success
sor here. It is nrobable the new
minister will he her In another.
Dr. Blodgett has returned to
Salem and la making preparations
to leaTe for Hopewell, where he
will occupy the pulpit for the first
time October 28. Next Sunday he
wii! be in Olyrapia to perform
a marriage ceremony, which
means that his last sermon here
was preached. the Sunday before
Other appointments of Inter
est to this district included the
appointment of Leila Luckey to
the church at Hasel Green; and
of the retiring conference super
intendent, the Rer. George Mc
Donald, to the Seattle charge and
of tbe Rer. F. W. Pontius of
. Spokane to the superintnedency.
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questionably one of the great
est assets Salem has. It makes
men. and there isn't anything
more important than that."
J. O. GOLTRA, trustee of
Willamette university. said:
"The Y. M. C. A. in a masterly
way develops team work in in
emphasising the best in the
physical, mental, moral and
spiritual training received in
our public schools, and teaches
practical application thereof.
Investments in it provide lib
eral dividends, the value of
which we cannot overestimate."
RAY MILLER, advertising
manager of the Willamette Col
legian . aaid: "There Is noth
ing better for the young man
who wants to get acquainted
with other fellows of his age.
The associations are all good
and the environment excellent.
The spirit of fair play empha
sised la all games is a benefit
to all who come in contact with
It. The 'Y cannot bat help the
community because of Its na
ture." SAM BOWK, sophomore at
Willamette university, said:
"The Y. M. C. A. Is an excel
lent place to meet other fel
lows and to spend the few
spare moments in the after
noon. Any organisation that
offers such a fine meeting
ground and environment for re
creation is an asset to any
ROY R. HEWITT, dean of
the law school at Willamette
university, said: "Ever since
I was old enough tofbe respon
sible. I have been a member of
the Y. M. C. A. I have found
that k affects materially the
hopes,, aspirations and ambi
tions of the boy or young man,
end gives him an . opportunity
for self expression.".
DR. "L. E. BAltRICK, local
dentist, said: "The Y. M. C.
A. has more to do with turn,
in out a splendid average' boy,
than any other influence pro
vided in Salem. I do not be
lieve the value of the Y could
. be overstated. That Is my
opinion entirely aside from my
own selfish interest in the Y as
a place of recreation which
provides an opportunity for
coctlnuatlon'of the athletic ac
tivities which 1 have always
FOREST LUNGER, 1280
North list street, said: "Per.
aoaally, I believe the Yr M, C.
A. is a fine asset to the city
and to all right; -because it
: helps the youth of the city and
gives them some place to go in- '
stead of playing in the streets."
Bolt do noj hold np any party'g
. Miform Savannah Newa.
Nicholas Longworth. speaker of the house of representatives, and
Edith Kourse Rogers, member of congress from Massachusetts,
snapped at Lowell. Mass., in a discussion of the coming: presidential
RICKEY, Ore.. Oct. 16.
(Special) Plans tot organizing a
parent-teacher association were
discussed when Mrs. Kelly and
Miss Ferry, teachers in the school
here, were hostesses io the moth-
. School problems in general
were also discussed, and a social
period was enjoyed.
j Mrs. Susan Coplinger of Wil
iamina waa a recent guest of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Speaker
and daughter of Salem were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. M.
Magee Monday night.
The Misses Ebstrom entertain
ed several friends informally last
L. Dill Kman has built two new
chicken houses and expects to in
crease his flock or Rhode Island
Red 3. ,
There are several large flocks
of pure bred chickens owned in
tbis community, some coming
from the best flocks in the north
west. The largest flock is owned
by Mr. and Mrs. Dan Maxfleld.
: There will be a program and
basket social at the school house
The girl's Sewing club met at
jthe home of the club leader. Mrs.
M. M. Magee. and elected the
following officers for the coming
; President, Dorothy Fitzpatrick;
rice president Wilma Scherniach
er; secretary. Etfie Flood.
G. C. BEDDING FIVE
The Capital City Bedding com
pany team in the Commercial
bowling league advanced into first
place Tuesday night, defeating the
General Oil company qnintet
three straight games. Lane of the
C. C. Bedding team scored high
game, 207 and Austin of the same
team made high series, 516.
The Chevrolet team beat Wood's
Auto Top Shop two games out of
three although one waa taken by
a single point. Barr'a Plumbers
won two out of three from the
Valley Motor company.
Brie .... 139 . 130 152 4S1
642" TO 189
..: 13S ISS
.. 153 118
. B49 561
; 174 149
." 147 126
Totala .798 697
T. M. Barr 167 154
K. Barr 161 186
H. Bar ia 171 141
J. KatfcaM 155' 149
, Total. 786 733.
Auto Skids OH
Road, Turns Over
RICKREALL. Ore.. Oct. 1.
(Special) Mrs. Hurlburt of Port
land was the driver of a Cadillac
ear which skidded oft the high
way a short - distance south of
Rlckreall Sunday.. About $500
worth' of damage was done to the
large car. it was estimated. No
one appeared to be injured.
i . . .
: Filament current -eliminators
nave kept step , with . other v im
provements in radio. One type,
the Knapp "A. which will supply
up to eight tubes, has been con
siderably, simplified, and ' made
more compact. -Assembly is mere
ly a matter of putting the various
components in the proper place
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Kair ISS 134 143 414
Prirm 1S3 14S 1S5 4t
Matlar . 153 11T 10S 875
Anatia 1S3 185 16S Sit
Laa 307 135 157 49
TatU 813 704 739 335
- 67 110 177
10 133 114 343
1S7 103 133 40
141 SS 139 SS3
.159 178 1ST 489
. ' . 840 588
and connecting a few wires.
At Auburn Home
AUBURN. Ore.. Oct. 16 (Spe
cial) At a pretty home wedding
Sunday at 4 o'clock p. m., Miss
Dorothy Baumgartner of Auburn
and Robert Klemple of Aberdeen.
Ida., were married by the Rev.
Harry Gardner, new pastor of the
Jason Lee Memorial church. In
the presence of relatives and a
few close friends, at the attractive
new home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. George Baumgart
ner. The couple approached an alter
of autumn leaves and flowers to
the strains of Lohengrin's Wed
ding March, played by Miss Doro
thy Whipple. The bride was
beautitul in a gown of Madeline
blue satin crepe, and carried a
shower bouquet of pink roses and
Following the ceremony s
dainty iced luncheon was served
and the couple left for Portland
for a short honeymoon trip, after
which they were to go to Aber
deen. Ida., where they will spend
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derful spirit actuated Salem's
Before closing the meeting
Commander McKay paid aa beau
tiful tribute to the memory of the
late Clifford Brown, whose hobby
the drum corps was and who.
but for his untimely death, would
have rejoiced to see his dream
realised with the glorious success
of the San Antonio trip.
Promptly at 9:25 the dinner
broke up and those present went
to the Elks temple to take Dart in
the reception and dance tendered
the corps by that organization,
Before leaving the dining room
those present tendered the drum
corps members a rising vote of
u. E. GROUP TO B E
FRUITLAND, Ore.. Oct. 1.
(8peclal) On Saturday nlrfct
the young folk of Frultland (all
under 75) will meet at the aome
of Mrs. Honkala. The purpose of
this meeting will be to organise a
unnatian Endeavor society. The
kst. Mr. ragg will preside at
Following the business session
mere will be a social hour, after
wnicn reiresnments will be serv
eo. u is hinted that there will
no a taify pull.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Carter f Hel
en Wodiewoda) left here recently
by motor for Boston. Mass. Tfcv
plan to take plenty of time so as
not to miss any of the aeenerv.
They hope to arrive at Boston In
time to eat Thanksgiving dinner
wua nr. carter's mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Fagg and familv
and Miss Lelia Armstrong motor
ed to Hood River last Sunday to
via witn starley Fagg. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Fagg. who is pick
ing apples there. They reported
an enjoyable trip.
Will it be prope in poker to
use television for the purpose of
seeing the other fellow's raise f
Memphis Commercial AppeaL
BANQUET FDR DRUM
- - - Portland. aOOeooafartaMoron-a.
... oocfc wtefc back. W mnaaMo Jaoea. f
Chamber of Commerce to
Assist Legion Post in
Planning for 1929 "
gELYERTON, Ore.. Oct. If.
(BpeclaL) M. O. Ounderson. s.
EX. Richardson and wora amw
hare been appolntea as a coum-
tM from the chamber of com
merce to work with the American
T.inn oi the urogram, for the
For the past fire years, the le
gion has sponsored a community
rir. Dr. Simmons oi ine tegum
renorts that in making it a coua-
ty fair, the state and county would
give financial aid from jizuo io
11800 yearly for fair purposes.
Heretofore exhibits have been
displayed In the school buildings
and grounds. It is planned ior
this coming year, that suitable
buildings be constructed to- house
AUBURN. Ore., Oct 1.
(Special.) New officers were
elected by the Auburn Community
club at its meeting last Friday
night as follows:
Ben Hawkins, president; Lloyd
Mitchell, vice president; Miss Le
ila Armstrong, secretary-treasurer.
At this meeting the members
were entertained by Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Hawkins with music and
sleight of hand tricks.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Smith of
Prineville are guests of Mrs.
Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N.
T. H. Adams of Seattle is the
guest of his daughter, Mrs. George
Baumgartner,- having spent the
summer with his youngest daugh
ter, Miss Gladys Adams, in Seat
tle. J. T. Godkin and family, who
have been renting Mrs. Maud
Honacker's ranch for the past
year, moved to Salem Sunday.
Lloyd Lee will not return to
Salem with the Salem drum corps,
but will spend some time in Los
Angeles before his return.
And Roy Baker
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TURNER, Ore..' Oct 16 (Spe
cial) Miss Doris Barnett and
Roy Baker were married at high
noon Sunday at the H. M. Barnett
home. The Rev. C. W. Pogue per
formed the ceremony. About 40
relatives were present. Mr. and
Mrs. Baker will make their home
in Portland. They are both em
ployes of the Oregod Grain com
Mrs. H. M. Barnett entertained
on Thursday afternoon with a mis
cellaneous shower for her daugh
ter, who responded graciously
She has been a Turner resident all
her life, and has many friends
who regret her departure.
Meeting Is Held
TURNER. Ore., Oct. 16 (Spe
cial) A special meeting of the
Turner school district. No. 79,
held Saturday, It was voted 28 to
14 to qualify under the state
transportation law, aa a number
of pupils in surrounding districts
have signified their desre to at
tend the Turner high school, it
being more convenient for many
of them than attendance elsewhere.
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Atphta Is Ike tnes
iWest Salem News
By Helen H. Rodotf
Comm unity Club
In First Session
large crowd attended the
first meeting of the West Salem
Community club Monday night at
the Community- ball in the base
ment of the Ford Memorial
Methodist church. A delightful
program waa presented Including
a vocal eolo by Harvard Mclntyre,
a Tiolin nolo by Margaret Foelkl.
a reading by Mrs. Ralph Sebern.
and bagpipes played by John
Charge. C. A. Swope ofSalem
was the speaker of the evening.
He spoke of labor as the proper
foundation for building a com
munity and the necessity of a pay
roll. He also emphasized the ne
cessity of cooperation both indi
vidually and collectively for
igrowth. There followed a busi
ness meeting at which the presi
dent of the club, J. J. Arnold, pre
sided. Prises were awarded, to
the three homes in West Salem
which gave the appearance of the
greatest general improvement.
The first prize was awarded to T.
W. Richardson, 125 Rosemont
avenue, the second prize went to
Guy Nugent, 521 King wood ave
nue, and honorable mention was
given to W. S. Fltts at 117S Edge-
water street. The committee for
the arrangement of the entertain
ment of the club at the next meet
ing was appoined, Miss Lottie Mc
Adams. Mrs. Glenn Adams, and
Mrs. Elmer Cooke. Refreshments
of coffee, apple cider, and dough
nuts were eerved later in the eve
Russel J. Patterson, who went
with tbe American Legion drum
corps of Salem on their recent
trip, arrived home Tuesday after-
noon, west saiem is proua at us
donation to the successful drum
Max Neusom, son of Dr. K
Neuson of Klamath Falls, suffer
ed a fractured skull at Ashland in
football game from which he
died Saturday. The funeral was
held Monday in Klamath Falls.
GET DEATH THREAT
SPOKANE. Oct. 6 (AP)-r-
The mayor and police chief of Spo
kane were threatened with death
today for ordering a "clean up"
of suspicious characters, the chief
Chief of Police Wesley Turner
received a letter declaring that his
recent order to round up all va
grants and suspicious characters
in the city was an Injustice tu
working men, and menacing botn
the chief and Mayor Charles Flem
ing .with assassin's bullets.
"We know5 where you live and
you'll get yours like Sullivan did."
the letter warned. Chief of Police
John Sullivan was assassinated in
1910. A bullet crashed through
the window of his home and end
ed his life.
Chief " Turner said the letter
would not affect his orders. He
charged the organization of the
force today to further his "clean
up." "I am tired of Spokane being a
winter resort for bootleggers,
crooks, bums, hangers-on and sus
picious characters, and am going
to clean up the city on short no
tice," he affirmed.
SILVERTON, Ore., Oct. 16.
(Special) Mr. and Mrs.- Lytle.
Miss Rose Specht, and Mm. Zetta
Schlador motored to Woodland.
Wash., on Sunday to visit friends
in that city.
SILVERTON. Ore.. Oct. 16. -
(Special.) Miss G. MacDanlel of
the Silver Falls office, is enjoying
a vacation at her home near Leb
er Barer Kaaafactare et MwiiiiiUmffcrsr aWlcrlteerU
Since Dr. and Mrs. Neoaoa were
guests of the Jack Summers m
West Salem this aammer their
many friends will be eorry to
learn of their loss.
Mrs. Fred Denton of Third
street was agreeably surprised
Sunday afternoon when her old
eet son One Shepherd dropped In
on her unexpectedly for a. short
lait. He was accompanied by
Forest Shephard who la no rela
tion, but a friend. They had
been in Canada and then work
ing in eastern Oregon prior to
their arrival here. Mrs. Denton
had not seen Gas ror six years;
not since they were together in
Frnltland. Idaho. She telephon
ed her daughter, Mrs. Marion
Thomas from Gervais who came
in and they had a family reunion.
The two boys expected to leave
for Idaho Tuesday night.
The West Salem branch of the
Northwest cannery continues to
work on apples. It Is tbougnt
that there will be a month more
of work. Apples are not as per
ishable as other fruits so it is not
necessary to run overtime and
Sundays as has been done previ
ously. It is estimated that out of
a bushel box of apples there Is an
average of three gallon tins of
Many people are curious as to
the reason of the cupola on the
new bumn house just finished. It
is to facilitate the removing of the
six inch pipe that is sunk into the
well in case of anything going
wrong. The added space in the
pump house permits for the lift
ing of it eufficiently to, get either
at the pipe -itself or into the well.
T. j. Shipler, who has returned
to his home in West Salem after
a summer spent in placer mining
in Washington, says that he may
go to the Porcupine mine in
southern Oregon for awhile.
Price Dowell, father of Mrs.
Euell Needham of Third street, Is
recovering rapidly from his recent
illness, and te now able to sit up.
Held Up Pending
Funeral arrangements for Mrs.
Agnes Herdlein, 80, who diad
Monday morning at her home at
170 North Z4th street, are being
held up pending the arrival of
members of the family, according
to announcement Monday night
from the Clough-Huaton funeral
parlors where the body Is.
Mrs. Herdlein had lived in Sa
lem a number of years and had
been in ill health for, some tlm-.
She was the widow of John Herd
lein, Civil war veteran, who died
1 1 years ago.
Five daughters and two sons
survive, as follows: Mrs. F.
Theuer, Mrs. C. Blundell, Mrs. Ag
nes Conenberg, and Mrs. May
Huskey all of Salem; Mrs. Theo
dore Dapron of- Paradise, Cal.;
lohn Herdlein, St. Louis, Mo.
and Henry Herdlein of De Soto.
The total registration of Cor-
vallis is 4258. or nearly 1000
more than outside the city, thus
showing that Corvallis contains
more people than all the rest of
These fearless fellows who
voice their opinions regardless of
consequences must be surprised
yhen nobody seems to give a darn.
Klamath Falls Herald.
Mo! States Nati
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TO BP BAY
Club at Silvcrton Plans Pro
gram; B. G. Skulason,
SILVERTON. Ore., Oct. 16.
serial A The Silverton Hoover
cluh will hold a big rally meeting
in the Eugene Field auditorium
on Friday night at 8 o'clock.
The speaker of the evening wui
be B. G. Skulason. aiiorney i
Portland, who is reportea to
an able orator.
Music will be furnished oy Mrs.
Tate, popular soprano soioisw
Dad's qnartet, the Silverton hooi
Owl quartet, and the4-L band.
Mrs. M. Preston will explain
the ballot as it will appear on
NTY IS 27,233
There are 27,233 registered
voters in Marion county at the
present time, according to an
nouncement made at the county
clerk's office here Monday, based
on registration for the coming fall
election. Of this total 15.080, or
slightly more than half, live out
side the Salem city limits.
Outside the city the two major
parties are in about the same pro
portion as la the city, republicans
outnumbering democrats by about
three and a half to one.
The total registration through
out tbe county Is the heaviest ever
recorded in this aera, outnumber
ing the 1924 total, the previous
high record, by 3.438. and out
numbering the mark of two years
ago by 6,170. The two previous
marks are: 1924, 23,795, and
Registration for Salem alone
has been as follows: 1924,- 9,978;
192C, t.972, and 1928, 12.153.
Little Girl Has
Serious Hurt In
Fall From Pony
Flavia, 10-year-old daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Downs, is in the
Salem General hospital with a se
rious break In her right leg above
the knee sb the result of a fall
Sunday while she was bridling her
Whether the break occurred as
she fell from the manger between
the pony's feet or whether it wa
caused by the pony stepping on
her is not known. There were sev
eral other children with her at
the time, and it is thought that
possibly the excitement of so many
caused the pony to be a little un
easy. She is getting along nicely,
according to report from the homo
The owners of WLW and WSAI
Cincinnati, which under the new
reallocation, are piacea on one
wavelength on a time sharing bas
is, report the receipt of many let
ters from listeners protesting to
the change. '
The Sunday Evening Club,
whose services have gone on the
air during the winter since th?
early days of broadcasting, again
Is being presented each Sunday
by WMAQ, Chicago. The feature
runs from 8 to 10:15 o'clock.
Eastern standard time.
ran T ON FOR
Vhbther joot balanco
is a few hundred dollars or
many thousands, at a depos
iter here you arc assured
the same welcome and the
tame consideration, '
- Affiliated with
West Coast Bcorponition
Resources Over Twenty Hillion Dollars
Club Will Hold
AH Day Meeting
On October 1&
AUBURN. Ore.. Oct. 1 (Spe
cial) The Auburn Women's dub
will meet at the home of the nw
president, Mrs. A. L. Lindberk
October 18 for an all day
ing. All of the women of th-
community and any others inter
ested are Invited to come at lo
a. m. or drop in for any part of
the day convenient.
A pot luck luncheon will t
served, each member bringlns
covered dish. Ice cream and raV
will be provided by a rommttw
At this meeting the first parr
of a "trip around the won
series will be a part of the i
Singer Is Heard
Over Radio KEX
(Special) Mrs. Tate.
Oct. ir, -well
Silver: i, I,
in Portia n i
soprano soloist or
broadcast over KEX
on the special get acquainted ho ir
Monday afternoon. Mrs. YliU m
Comstock accompanied her on ;!i-
$7000 Bail When
PORTLAND, Oct. 16. (Ar)
Clarence Brazell, former Porfclani
insurance agent, who is wanted hy
Multnomah county to serve fiv -
years in prison on conviction of ,t
vice charge, losT his X7,000jbail
bond here in circuit court when
it was ordered forfeited. j
Brazell was convicted by a! cir
cuit court jury. The prison term
was stayed pending an appe..'
Last week the supreme court! 4,
nied a rehearing and Brazen
ordered remanded to JaiL
could not be found and is now.
fugitive from justice. It la
lieved by police that he has
Dr. William Blaine Garrison of
Portland Is another who is si fu
gitive from justice for hairing
jumped a ball bond of 112.000 on
a rice charge similar to that plac
ed against Brazell. j
Too Late To Class i
LOST Brown purse contjaln.
ing currency and passbook. Fhooa
1174-W. Anna C. Anderson. Re
you so A LOUt'
Ana who intWti ea wearing colord
aupeadew witbovt a veil a gtHi bird
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