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The Afeur OREGON Statesman Salem, Oregon. Friday Morning, 'November 9, 1928
- PORTLAND TWO STORES
SILVERTON, Ore., Nov. T.
(Special) Mr. and Mrs. Miles
Adamson of Woodland, Wash.,
wbo hare been spending a few
Boys: tff- Willamette Valley
Meet In Corvallis In
Annual Session . -
days here as guests of Mr. Adam,
son's mother, Mrs. Sarah Adam-
son, returned to their home. Mrs.
Adamson went with them to be
their guest for a week.
Wesley Helse, Salem high school
senior and active Y. C. A.
worker here. Is president of the
Willamette valley older boys' con
ference which will meet In Corval
lis November 30 to December 2.
Organized boys' gronps In com
munities between McMlnnville and
Cottage Grove will be represent
ed at the conference.
More than 250 boys between the
ges of IB and 2 Oare expected to
ffend the sessions and to take
back to their respective groups re-
jCports of work being done In other
'. lfts of the Willamette vaiiey.
The conference, though sponsored
by the T. M. C. A. will be con
ducted by the youthful officers.
Thirteen such meetings will be In
session in the northwest states;
Oregon, Washington and. Idaho.
Several speakers actively con
nected with boys and young men
have been scheduled to talk at
the conference, which will' open
Friday afternoon November 30
and close the following Sunday
noon. Discussion groups to talk
over activity among boys will be
on the program as will numerous
educational and entertainment
Boys from any organised group
- tn the valley district are: privileg
ed to attend. Adult representatives
from ; the same groups are to ac
company the delegations. Accomo
dations tor the visitors will be arr
ranged in private homes for the
three days of the meet. .
-6ILVERTON. Ore. Nov. 7.
( S pecial ) M lss Ina Harold of
the Silverton postofflce force Is
spending this week at Portland
where she is assisting her broth
er, Raleigh Harold of Stayton, at
his cheese and cream demonstra
tion booth at the Pacific Interna,
tional stock show. .
No one will deny that "TJ. S..
has been well represented by
"WE" in Central ' America.
Christian Science Monitor.
From Long Trip
, MILL, CITY,- Ore,. Nov. 7.
'r-Sneclil Abe Mason returned
Thursday from a trip thrpugh the
eastern states; spending most oi
the time in Michigan with rela
tives. He returned througn Cali
fornia, visiting other relatives and
You can't visualize a barrage
unless you've seen one, but eat
ing grapefruit gives you an idea.
At Press Meet
HUBBARD, Ore., Nov. 7. .
(Special.) Dr. P. O. Riley, edi
tor of the Hubbard Enterprise,
gave a talk at the annual state
meetlnr of the Gridiron Press club
which met a the Benson hotel,
Wed., Nov. 14th
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