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The New OSEGON STXtlsIIaN, Salem; Oregon; Tuesday Morning, November 13, 1928 "
WEE NEW OREGON "STA TES MANX'S!' GREATER 'VAhIjEY WE WS AND PROGRESS PA GE
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embers ol Fruit Growers
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3." .. Maintain Acreage
WOODBURN. Ore.. Not. 12.
(Special) A well attended meet-
' ing Of the Woodburn Fruit Grow,
era association was held In For
esters hall Saturday afternoon.
- i The meeting was opened by the
president, John Ramage. who
ge a short talk urging the farm
ers to maintain their acreage of
jterries and fruits.
., c . r?j7 i r.latt reoort-
d .that the association had han-j
died 3,4 50,753 pounds ol Dernes
. fHh-ich- had brought in 19,
448.38, an increase of about $10.
600 over last year. Most of the
fruit was sold to the Ray-Brow u
company of Woodburn. The as.
s6'ciation owns a total of 931
. The annual meeting in January
in inAhiHo a nroeram as well as
the regular business meeting, as,
a reult oi a motion auiuuimus
the management to provide for
entertainment. A luncheon will
also be served.
Professor Clayton Long of ()
' A C gave a talk on the improve
ment of the soil for berry grow
' ing. He listed the most important
requisites as soil moisture, bal
anced ration of plant food, and
Dr. D. C. Mote, also of O. A. C.
talked on pests and their control.
He especially discussed the crown
borer, a pest which has recently
Ktn discovered in the vicinity ot
Woodburn, and the experiments J
which have been conuueitu in an
effort to exterminate it.
For the control of the straw
berry root weevil the association
Is recommending a bran bait, in
stead of apple bait, because of its
. lower cost.
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AS AID FOR CROPS
HAZEL GREEN. Ore.. Nov. 12.
Special.) The farmers here
are pleased with the rain. It has
been too dry to plow and sow thij
'fall. ' "
The Rev. Mr. Tont-ns of Van.
couver, Wash., ' presided at the
first quarterly conference of the
year at the church here Friday
afternoon. He was pleased with
the improvements recently made
on the gronds and parsonage. The
church is looking forward to a
puccessful year under leadership
of the Rev. Miss Luckey. Mr.
Pontius was elected superinten
dent of the United Brethren
church, Oregon conference, at ths
recent annual conference. This
position was filled for ten years
by Dr. G. E. McDonald, who was
sent to Seattle as pastor.
B. C. Zelinski has leased from
G. G. Looney 15 acres of land to
set to strawberries of the Mar
shall and "121" varieties.
Mrs. G. W. Davis is spending
the week with her son. Homer
Davis, at Scotts Mills. She is
raring for her daughter in law
and her new grandson, Victor.
Mr. Boelk'a funeral Monday was
attended -by almost everyone liv
ing in this neighborhood.. Mr.
Eoeld and his daughters and son
came here trom Iewa. -Hi. '1903:
HU son, George died in '1905. The
daughters, Mrs. Km ma KreW, and
Children LeHoy and Vi'rtattf.-'lW at
liayeville. Mrs, Marie McCorkle
nd daughter, Velma' are living
here. The father has made his
home here with his son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Archie
McCorkle, for several years.
The supervisor has dragged and
Otherwise improved the roads of
this district in the past week.
A large number of friends and
members of the church gathered
. at the parsonage to welcome Miss
. Luckey as pastor.
Clifton Clemens, who is attend
ing O. A. C, spent the week end
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Feilin and
his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Nat Feilin of Salem, were guests
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. William
Wasco Folk Are
TIONEER. Ore.. Nov. 12.
(Special) Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Aker entertained at their home
Sunday November 4 in honor of
Mr. Aker's sister and brother-in-law;
Mr, and Mrs. Roy Seeley of
Wasco. Other guests at the din
ner were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ham
mond of Monitor and Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Seeley of Woodburn. Mrs.
Hammond is a sister of Mr. Aker.
Monday night Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Aker entertained Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Kunze of Labish Center.
2 Eagles Drop To
Death In Streets
NANAIMO, B. C. Nov, 10 Two
eagles fought a duel to death here
With beaks and talons locked, the
Ir monarchs fell fighting into the
streets of Nanaimo, where tii?y
died ignominously under the blows
cf a club wielded by a truck
MILL CITY, Ore., Nov. 12.
(Special.) Mrs. W;W. Allen left
j the middle of the week for Port
jV landr where Dr. Allen and , their
children, joined her Saturday - to
attend; the )weddin&'rp -Mjti.; Al-len'vneph.ewV-
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Treasure hunters are digg-in? in the' SOO-year-old Guadalupe
church, shown aboveat Ciudad Juarez; -Mexico, just across the
American border, in a hunt for gold believed buried there by the
late Pancho Villa, bandit chieftain. Inset below is of Trinidad
Saenz, 84, Mexican rancher, who started the search when he told
of a dream he had about it. Lower right, shows an exca.vs.tion uiiuia
in the church..
HUBBARD. Ore.. Nov. 12
(Special) The high schol orches
tra, under the leadership of Dr. A.
F. de Lespinasse, made its firs
appearance for the new school
year at the Armistice day pro
gram. The following pupils are mem
bers; Ray Bevens and Willis Dan
can, clarinets; Gerald McArthur,
Henry and Frances Leffler, cor
nets; Gungadene and Rollie Bid
good, violins; Marie de Laspinasse.
saxophone; Dorothy Scholl, alto
horn; Helen Knight, baratone:
Franklin de Lespinasse, trombone
and Anita Bevens. piano.
Dr. de Lespinasse has been em
ployed by the school board to have
charge of the school orchestra
which he organized two-years age.
All rehearsals are held at the horr.e
of Dr. de Lespinasse.
RETURNS FROM EUGENE
HUBBARD, Ore., Nov. 12
(Special) Mrs. O. E. Boje re
turned Friday from Eugene where
she haa been with her sister Mrs.
Carl Hoffman who has recently
undergone an operation, Mrs.
Boje reports that her sister is
much-improved. , -
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United States National Bank
For Big Onions
LABISH CENTER. Ore.. Nov.
12. (Special.) It has been re
ported that buyers have been of
fering 3.15 with sacks and twine
for big onions; this is for highest
grade onions; some that are off
color and smaller ones are not
bringing so much, but there seems
to be a market for all, as the
Woodburn cannery is buying
heavily and also the Newberg can
nery has purchased several tons
for December delivery. As a gen
eral rule the farmers are not anx
ious to sell, but a few onions are
being shipped each week.
MILL CITY. Ore.. Nov. 12.
(Special) Dr. W. W. Allen on
Friday gave an interesting talk at
the grade school on his trip
through Europe. He compared
American and European cities, and
described the world war battle
fields and the underground tun
nels made by the German army.
Delay and inconvenience are frequent
ly caused by the unavoidable absence
of an individual serving as executor.
In appointing this institution you in
sure the efficiency of a corporate or
ganization which never takes a vaca
tion and is never incapacitated in any
W!est Coast Bsncorporation
Over Twenty Million
BROOKS. Ore.. Not. 12. (Spe
cial.) Pupils In the sixth,
seventh and eighth grades in the
Brooks public school who have
not been absent nor tardy for the
past month, have received grades
above 80 and therefore have their
names on the roll of honor in
Principal Wayne Harding's room
are as follows:
Robert Sullivan, Tommy Ogura,
Millard Henny. Earl Ramp, Kraid
Ashbaugh. Evelyn Arata, Billie
Bishop. Vera Ashbaugh, Billie
Coffindaffer. Albert Harris, El
liot Filler and Everett Ramp.
Pupils In the third, fourth and
fifth grades, and in the interme
diate room under the direction of
Miss Leta Wallace who have their
names on the honor roll are
Gladys Epley, La Von Harris,
Frances lolyer, Charles Hess,
Lois LaVette, Minnie Ogura. Har
ry Loomis, Suml Ogura, Tommy
O'Nell, Oren Sturgls, Leo Ramp,
Ivorlne Sturgis, Framk Tschida,
Arleta Wood, Clara Umemoto,
Leo Tschida and Loreen O'Nell.
Punlla In the orimary room for
the first and second gTades under i
the direction of Miss Doris ooa
who have their names on the
honor roll are Clifford Bishop,
Maso Tamiyasu, Ernest Ogden,
Willey Sullivan, Milton Scheuer
man, Vivian LaVette, Evelyn La
Flemme. Delphlne Loomis, Fred
die LaVette, Edna LaFlemme, Joe
Tschida, Rowena Colyer, Clarence
Wilson, Evelyn Monsan, Orville
Colyer, Elynor Fuller and Tommy
In the primary room there are
two new pupils, Mae Wilson and
Pattv Wilson! In the intermedi
ate room in the fourth grade there
is one new pupil Josephine N il
son, and one new pupili in the prin
cipal's room, Emnialine Sears in
the seventh grade.
A large number of votes were
cast in Brooks on election day.
Serving on the election board
were U. T. Ramp, ltalph .Sturgis,
John S. Dunlavy and Katie P.
Sturgis. Counting board mem
bers were Frank Sturgis, Sylves
ter Harris, Wilbur Wheeler, Wal
ter Fuller and Clyde Harris.
Gladys M. Graff
Dies at Gates;
Native of Linn
MILL CITY. Ore., Nov. 12.
(Special.) Mrs. Gladys M. Graff
died at her home in Gates Thurs
day night of bronchial asthma.
She was born two miles east of
Gates In Linn county, in Febru
ary, 1893. In 1912 she was mar.
rled to Roy Graff and moved to
Gates. She was a member of the
Mrs. Graff is survived by her
husband, one daughter, Louise,
two small sons, and two brothers,
Robert L. Schroder of Mill City
and Herbert A. Schroder of Gates.
Market Road is
LABISH Center, Ore.. Nov. 12
(Special) Surveying of the road
from the Bingham corner to the
Dunn home on the Hayes place has
been completed. Farmers in this
vicinity are confident that this
road will be designated as a mar
ket road and tbat it will be placed
on the new road program for de
velopment in the near future.
Hewitt Speaker i ;
HUBBARD. Ore., Nov. 12
(Special) An appreciative audi
ence listened to Prof. Roy; 1?
Hewitt, dean of law at -Willamette
university, as he delivered! the
Armistice day address at the Hub
. Dean Hewitt, who fought ia the
trenches In the World war, is no
engaged in a greater and a nobler
fight in the. war to end war. Dean
Hewitt and Prof. S. B. Laughlin
had attended a meeting of the
Council for the Prevention of War
at Portland on Saturday, Novem
ber. 10, and Prof. Hewitt stopp.!
off at Hubbard to deliver: th?
Armistice day address as they were
returning to Salem.
MEET IT QUERY'S
ROBERTS. Ore:. Nor. 12!.
(Spectal.) 'Mrs. C.j D. Query en
tertained - the G. T. club last
Thursday afternoon. In a conun
drum contest given In the after
noon Mrs. Forest Edwards ; won
first prize.! Refreshments were
served by thn hostess assisted by
Mrs. Alice ( 'uoiidge and Mrs. N.
P. Kugel. ! Those present were
Mrs. W. V. . Johnson. Mrs. ! Bud
Stutesman, ! ! rs. Alice Cooiidge.
Mrs. S. C. Davenport, Mrs. S. F.
Clodfelter, ! Mrs. C. W. Brown.
Mrs. Will Pettyjohn, Mrs. H. B.
Carpenter, Mrs. John Osborn,
Mrs. N. P. Kugel, Mrs. Forest Ed
wards, Mrs. George Higginsi and
Mrs. William Meier. The ' next
meeting will be at the home of
Mrs. N. P. Kugel on November 21
at 1 o'clock. !
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Riyans,
who have been living in the C. D.
Query farm house have moved to
V ader, u ash.
B. D. Firfler has put In a new
concrete septic tank, and also has
Just added a new bathroom to his
About two-thirds of the regis
tered voters of Croisan precinct
voiea at tne election.
J. P. Bressler is Improvm
greatly In health.
Mrs. Alice Cooiidge SDent last
Tuesday in Salem with relatives.
Mrs. Jessie Asher and Haimilv
have moved to Salem.
Roy Rice, manager of the Asso
ciated store here was called to
Hillsboro Sunday on account of
the death of his father, who had
a. i i iwn
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been ill for some time. Mr. Rice
returned on Wednesday.
The Heydens have been busy
harvesting their corn.
Julius Zielke has been spending
a few days at his farm here.
Plans are being made to start
the community club work in the
ALASKA FOLK ARE
CENTRAL HOWELL. Ore. Nov.
12 (Special) Mr. and Mrs.
Alave Larsen of Cordova, Alas
ka, were recent over night guesU
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Simmons. Mrs. Larsea
was formerly Nancy Mildred Cox
and taught for several years in the
Rain and more rain has finally
arrived and now instead of wish
ing for rain, the farmers are won
dering" when it will stop so they
can get baek into the fields.
Mr. and Mrs. Bertie Bye spent
last week-end at Mr. aiid Mrs. A.
A. Hall's home. Mr. and Mrs.
Bye are living at Turner while the
bridge.crew with which Mr. Bye is
working is building a bridge there, i
Central Howell precinct like:
many others cast the heaviest vo:c-'
ever known. Hoover won out heiv
by an almost two to one vote.
Mr. Kaser has the contract for
digging the post holes for the new
elecUic line which is to be built
Chester Leichty Is employed at
Conrad's feed store in Silverton.
Miss Faye Ramsden spent last
week visiting with relatives in
American Film Is
Censored By Duce
ROME, Nov. 10 (AP) Ben
ito Mussolini, as minister of the
interior, today prohibited tKe
showing of the Fox film "Stree
Angel," whose scenes were laid in
Italy. All members of the com
mission entrusted with censorship
of films who authorized the pro-!
duction were dismissed.
McMAXXIS SUFFERS STROKE
ntDOARU, v i r., .suv , i
Special) M. McMannis, opera
tor at the Southern I'acific de,iot.
is confined to his bed by an attack
of paralysis. This is the second
time Mr. McMinnis has suffered
an attack of this kind. He is un
able to move his legs or his arm.-.
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PUPILS IDE GIVEN
FIVE DAY VACATION
RICKREALL. Ore.. Nov. 12
(Special) Pupils of Rlckreall
schools have enjoyed a five day va
cation. The Polk county teacher's Insti
tute, held Thursday and Friday
at Dallas gave freedom to the pu
pils on these days and the Armis
tice holiday on Monday marked
the fifth successive day of the va
Miss Johnson, critic teacher of
the grade school, enjoyed the loop
trip, via Newport and Neskowin
during the past week-end.
Members of the grange are plan
ning to give a play in the near fu
ture. The play selected is "All a
Mistake." It will be coached by
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COLDS are Contagious !
Don't make others innocent victims of your cold
germs! At the same time, think of your own
health. No one can tell what a "small" cold will
develop into. Take steps to stop any cold immedi
ately. The dependable thing is HILL'S CASCARA
QUININE. These famous tablets break up a cold
in one day because they do the four necessary
things in one: (1) Stop the cold, (2) Check the
fever, (3) Open the bowels, (4) Tone the system.
That's the complete action a cold reauires.
design in the "Instru
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show them to you
Illustrated: the small grand
at $650. Others $675, $775,
$850, $1175. Walnuts slightly
Mn 'De Lapp of West Salem who
has had considerable experience
in this line of work.
Several women of Rickreall as
sisted in the serving of the chick
en dinner given by the women of
the Methodist church of Dallas on
Thursday and Friday.
Thursday a dinner was given nt
noon for the alumni and ex-students
of the Oregon Normal
school. Their dinner netted th
ladles about J55 profit for
One Vote Margin
TURNER. Ore.. Nov. u
( Special )-!. L- Robertson w;s
elected mayor pf Turner by a ni.f.
gln of only one vote over H. :t
Peetz. W. T. Riches was elected
recorder and T. J. Rowley, trf;
urere. Cecil Martin and George
Crume are the new councilman.
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