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THE NEW OREGON STATESMAN'S GREATER VALLEY NEWS AND PROGRESS PAGE
ur Murphy, Past Legion
Commander of Oregon,
Will be Speaker
SILVERTON, Ore., Nov 10.
XSeclal) American Legion post
Nb-7. has completed arrange
ments for the observance of Arm
Istice day which will be celebrat
ed here on November 12, at the
Silverton armory. The program
begin at 11 o'clock and consists
of the following numbers:
Selection 4L band with H. L.
Campbell as leader.
Singing of -'America" the au
Invocation-The Rev. J. Scher
Reading Roger Comstock.
,. Instrumental selection Mrs. F
Lowell, accompanied by Josephine
and Marshal Powell.
introducing speakers of the day
Post Commander A. W. Sim
Address Arthur Murphy, past
commander department of Ore
Vocal solo Martin Dderfler,
accompanied by Mrs. Gertrude
Piano solo H. L. Campbell.
Benediction The Rev. J. M
Preceding the program a par
ade will march from the Southern
Pacific station to the armory. The
line-up of the parade will be:
colors, guard; O. A. R.; Spanish-
American war veterans: 4-L
band: National ' Guard : American
Legion; American Legion Auxil
iary; Boy Scouts; Girl Scouts;
sche'ol children; high school stu
dents; fraternal organizations.
LEVY IS APPROVED
CLOVERDALE, Ore., Not. 10
(Special) The meeting of road
district No. 45 held at the Clov
erdale schoolhouse . was well at
tended. A special tax of two
thills was voted for the mainten
ance of roads in the district,
which are already in good condi
tion. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Cook were
Salem visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Townsend spent
Monday in Salem.
Many Cloverdale folk were
planning to attend the entertain
ment sponsored by Surprise
Grange in Turner tonight.
Mrs. Nettle Morris, hostess to
the W. C. T. U. Wednesday, was
agreeably surprised to find among
the -guests Mrs. Mary Peetz of
Turner, Mrs. Woodward of Sil
verton. Mrs. Wilma Weathermill
of Polk county and Mrs. Augusta
Fleetwood of Salem, all former
residents of Cloverdale. An
other visitor from Salem
Mrs. Nettie Mason.
HUBBARD, Ore.. Nov. 10
(Special) The Congregational
church women gave a community
dinner at the Odd Fellows build
ing Thursday nfght. Chicken and
ihi usual accompaniments were
served. A large crowd was pres
ent. The proceeds will be added
to the church funds to be used
for the advancement of their
t Set For Monday
.OREGON NORMAL SCHOOL,
Monmouth, Ore., Nov. 10 (Spe-
cial) The Oregon Normal school
- band organized Wednesday night
ander the direction of O. C.
i Chfistenaen and Charles King,
' faculty members. There are 13
members, as follows: Kenneth
Thbrapson, Joseph Wenzil, Melvln
Clddfelter and Lyle Hogue, cor
i nets; -Edgar Hite and Cecil Loose,
trombones; Durward Helyer and
1 Marvin Smith, clarinets; Herb
i Baker, saxophone; Joe Wilson and
Don Young, drums; Mr. King,
; baritone; Mr. Christensen, bass.
; Date is Changed
f OREGON NORMAL SCHOOL,
Monmouth, Ore., Nor. 10 (Spl)
--bwing to an unexpected change
rn t scheduling, the Moroni Olsen
. players who were to have ap
peared here November 8. are re
i scheduled Instead for November
t1.- The players wanted to come
the-ninth, but this date Is not
feasible as this Is Armistice week
end and a great many students
are going home for the three day
. OREGON NORMAL SCHOOL,
Monmouth. Ore.. Nov 10 (Spl)
The Polk 6ounty teachers' in
H late which cdnvened at Dallas
this wek end was attended by the
- critic teachers of the ; training
" school, and by other faculty mem
bersr' school in the training de
partment having : been dismissed
rThsisdajr and. Friday. ...
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OREGON NORMAL SCHOOL.
Monmouth, Ore., Nov. 10 (Spe
cial) Faculty members were en
tertained at dinner and for a so
cial evening at the dormitory last
night. At this time an organisa
tion was formed to further op-
BROOKS. Ore.. Nov. 10 (Spe
cial) The Brooks Ladies Aid so
ciety scored another point in its
calendar of success when its Har
vest Home festival and program
was given in the Methodist church
portunities for informal faculty .n splendid manner. The church
ratherlnmi In future. Miss Flor- was-uuea wiin an appreciative
nr jAhniMi nf th iAnrtmnt" audience. The church was beau-
Of public speaking was elected wuuj oecoraiea, in seeping wwn
president and Miss Emma Henkle n occasion.
was named chairman of the so-J The following program wasglv
clal committee. . , Trf8 od From
While the faculty was enjoying nom au messing r iow ana
the pleasant event they were ad-
ditonally delighted .to have Dr.
Dora Wagner, who is touring the
United States from Germany, in
the interest of the German Youth
movement, address them. Her
talk was inspirational and every
member felt that an already
pleasant and profitable . evening
was enriched by Dr. Wagner's
AFTER L0I1G 1
Blessed Assurance", by the audi
ence. ' -
Opening address by the Rev.
Mr. Cole, pastor.
Address by. the Rev. Wilbur
Briggs of Salem.
Prayer, O. O. Epley. -
Song, "We Plow the Fields and
Scatter, Brooks choir.
Reading, Miss Constance Bu
Song by the choir.
I Vocal solo. Miss Jewel Gardner,
I with pic no accompaniment by
Song trio. Miss Marie Dunlavy,
Mrs. John Tonkin and O. O. Ep-
ley, with piano accompaniment
by Miss Dunlavy.
Address by O. O. Epley.
Closing song, "America", by all.
The net proceeds of the eve-
CLAXTAR, Ore., Nov. 10
(Special) Ezra Webb, student of i
O. A. C, has returned from ajnlng were 153.57, which will be
month's stay in, the East durine'used toward paying on the new
which time he visited New York.'piano recently purchased by the
City, Chicago and Washington, .Ladies Aid society.
D. C, returning home by way of
Texas and other southern points".
Mr. Webb went as representa
tive of the national honorary
professional fraternity in adver
tising and represented Alpha
Delta Sigma to which be belongs.
His home Is at Claxtar.
While in the East. Mr. Webb
visited his-brother, Ernest Webb,
well known Salem boy who is
employed as civil engineer at
Schnectady, in the General Elec
at S. S. Party
To New Location
SILVERTON, Orel, Nov. 10
(Special) The new building to
be occupied by Cooper's Cleaners
it Dyers is almost completed and
the firm will move its equipment
from Its present location ontorth
Water street. The change will
be made during the next few days.
The new location is on South
Water' and ' Jersey streets across
from the city hall.
OREGON NORMAL SCHOOL,
Monmouth, Ore., Nov. 10 (Spl)
Faculty members who went to
Portland last week to hear -Fritz
Kreisler, violinist, were Miss
Laura J. Taylor, Mrs. Addie Ro-
Mrs. A. Parker, Mrs. Beu
MONMOUTH. Ore.. Nov. 10
(Spl) Mrs. Grace Parker Morris vr-
entertained her Sunday school lah Tnornton. Miss Florence John
class of 75 women students at a BODf Misg Mary Robards. Miss
dinner ana social, evening ai ue CIorla Parker Miss
Broken Axle Is
Cause of Wreck
NORTH SANTIAM. Ore., Nov.
10 After having driven his Star
touring car; more than a hundred
thousand miles, I. R. Hammer
experienced his first wreck Thurs
day near j Jefferson, when the
front axle broke and the car skid
ded about 30 feet, resulting in
Mr. Hammer was driving at a
low rate of speed; -otherwise It
might have proven a serious ac
cident. Edward Bannlck,' after visit
ing at : the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bannlck, the
past month . left Sunday for his
home at Hayward, Cal.
Dudley Fabric, of Lewiston,
Ida., visited for a few hours Fri
day night at the homes of Mrs.
Anna Hnddleston and Mrs. O. W.
Cobb, former schoolmates -in
More than 30 years had passed
since last they met and the visit
was much enjoyed.
Will Make Visit
HUBBARD, Ore. Nov. 10
(Special) A. Noblett of Pomona
Calif., arrived In Hubbard Wed
nesday. He expects to make an
extended visit with his eon-ln
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs
L. M. Malone.
Misses Ida Christen and Eliza
beth Shoenbenlng of Portland
spent the week end with the par
ents of Miss Christen. Miss Ida
Is employed by the Northwest
Electric company and Miss Eliza
Christian church last Tuesday.
The Armistice day idea was sug
gested by the decorations, and ev
ery one present was given red,
white and blue crep papr to make
a hat for war, which added much
to the amusement of the group.
A program of vocal and violin
numbers and readings , concluded
Clyde Shaw is
Rest Room Will
Be Provided By
SILVERTON, Ore., Nov. 10
l&peciai) At tne business ses
sion of the regular monthly
meeting of the Parent-Teachers'
association held Thursday the
members decided te furnish a
teachers' rest room In the Wash
ington Irving building.
They also decided to furnish
the small room off from the gym
nasium which has been used as a
store room, for a kitchen. The
Helen kitchen will be used to prepare
Mauri e refreshments for parties held at
NORTH SANTIAM. Ore., Nov.
10 (Special Clyde Shaw of
Corvallls spent Sunday visiting
old friends" and former school
mates of 30 years ago, when
North Santiam was included in
the West Stayton district and
Mrs. I. R. Hammer. Bert Kieth-
ley, Mr. and Mrs. O.orge How
ard and others of North Santiam
ORATORS AT WORK
OREGON NORMAL SCHOOL.
Monmouth. Ore., Nov. 10 (Spl)
Contestants in oratory are at
work on thair -fifteen hundred
word orations which will be heard
in the school contests during the
Oregon Normal school winner will
be sent to the state meet in March
to compete with representatives
from all other Oregon colleges.
Miss Florence Johnson is coah.
SILVERTON: Ora " Nov. 1 0. -1
(Special) - Annana Matheny.
Who'' has been employed as radio
! man- at the Stiff: Furniture com
pany store and also at the Silver
""alls Timber company mill, has
;?one to eWstport where he wlll-
ae employed. ' Mrs. Matheny will
remain here tor a short time.
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Physicians prescribe Bayer Aspirm;
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HE pride of ha vino; a good lawn naturally goes with the
pride of havinjr a home, for there is nothing that helps
make a home more attractive than' a lovely green lawn in
front of it. But it takes a certain amount of time to have a
lawn that attracts all eyes. Grass is a very heavy feeder
and it is absolutely essential to fertilize it in order to keep
it in perfect condition. Rather than -make one large appli
cation per year, it is far better to apply three or four smaller
applications and so obtain an even growth. One of the best
times of the year is right now, for fertilizer, applied this
month enables' the grass to enter into the dormant winter
months in a fine I healthy condition, in addition to giving
it a good color which it will retain. In the spring.it will be
in a much better condition to make an early start and so
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BROOKS, Ore., Nov. 10 (Spe-
clal) Mrs. C. T. Brixey enter
tained the Brooks community
club on Thursday at her lovely
country home ; on the Pacific
highway. The ; regular business
session was conducted by the
president, Mrs. John Dunlavy). It
was decided to hold a rummage
sale, and bazaar on December 6.
The affair to begin at ten In i the
morning and continue through
The afternoon was spent in em
broidering, piecing on an endless
chain quilt and In social conver
sation. Refreshments were serv
ed by the hostess, . assisted j by
Mrs.. Harry Rhodes, Miss Ellen
Hackit and Mr. Wendell Barnett.
In the group were: Mrs. Sylves
ter Harris, Mrs.'A. E. Harris, Mrs.
B. P. Ramp, Mrs. C V. Ash
baugh, Mrs. Puller and baby
daughter, Mrs. Willard Ramp.
Mrs. Mary Martin and great
grandson, Donald Richards, Mrs.
C. A. Bailey, Mrs. Harry Alsers,
Miss Ellen Hackit, Mrs. Harry
Rhodes, Mrs. John Dunlavy, Miss
Lavon Harris, Cleo Ramp, Wlnni
ford Brixey, Albert Harris and
The next meting of the club
will be an all day meeting with
pot-luck dinner at the home of
Mrs. B. F. Ramp.
vr Well Observed
SILVERTON, Ore., Nov. 10
(8peclal) Educational week was
fittingly observed at Sllvecfcen
with the open house in all the
class rooms Thursday might be
tween 7 o'clock and 8:30. At
8:30 a program j was given at
which Harold Tuttle of the Uni
versity of Oregon gave the ad
dress. A reading was given by
Mae Coffey, and the high school
orchestra and the' six grade pu
pils furnished the music for the
Chase's portrait is to be placed
on the new $10,000 bill. Some
people seem to be just doomed to
obscurity. Chattanooga News.
Many Turn Out
For Pep Rally
SILVERTON, Ore., Nov. 10 -(Special)
In spite of the rair.y
weather a large crowd of student 8
and spectators attended the p-p
rally Thursday night... The bon
fire was built in the vacant lnt
across North Water street from
Eastman Brothers' plant.
SILVERTON, Ore., Nov. 10
(Special) The Silver ton Auto
Freight Line and Silverton-Port-land
Truck Line have effected a
consolidation of freight hauls to
f fyl.CTEvefcoii i
. loniqht -j
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