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The New Oregon Statesman. Salem. Oregon, Wednesday Horning, December 5, i$t$
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TWIN BROTHERS "BATTLE" IN AIR
ZENA, Ore., Dec. 4. (Special)
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Northington
entertained Thursday with a com
bined Thanksgiving and birthday
dinner, the event being the 83rd
birthday anniversary of Mrs. Bizer
of Lake Labish. Those who enjoy
ed the hospitality of the Worth
inton family were: Mrs. Biter,
gusst of honor; Mr. and Mrs. M.
McClury and five children, Emma,
Elmer, 'Wayne, Fred and WUlard
of Lake Labish; Mr. and Mrs.
Welter B. Hunt and rhildren Hel
en and Kenneth.
The Rev. and Mrs. Louis Randle
tnd three children Lois. He-lea
and Jack were guests at the home
cf Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Henry
Thanksgiving day. They left Fri
day to go to their new home at
Cottage Grove where the Rev.
Randle recently became pastor of
the first Baptist church, now be-i"-
designated as "The Church on
R. C. Shepard and children Miss
Dorothy. Julia. Ruth, Jams. Joe
nnl David of Zena were Tnank--glvlng
day guests at the home of
Mrs. Shepard's brother-in-law and
rioter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wat
son of Portland. Maurice Shepard,
oldest son of Mr. Shepard. who is
stationed at Vancouver Barracks
and Paul, O. S. C. student were
a!s present. Mrs. R. C. Shepard.
with her two youngest daughters
Muriel and Arden, is in California
recuperating from a long illness.
Mr and Mrs. W. D. Henry wen
kots at a Thanksgiving dinner.
Thursday. Covers were placed for
nineteen Including the Rev. and
Mrs Louis Randle and children
Lol. Helen and Jack of Salem.
Mrs. Lottie Randle Crawford of
Oregon City and daghter Mis
Dorothy and son Randle. and a
girl friend from O. S. C; Mr. and
Mr, w. W. Henry. Mr. and Mrs.
W. Frank Crawford and children j
Hilda and Frank Jr.. of .ena.
Mrs, Mary B. Crawford. Salem.
Mr. G. H. Crawford, Zena and the
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Sllverton, Ole. Irer, and Knute
all of Brookings, S. D. The
Steens have been residents of the
Silverton community for about 30
years. They at first made their
home on Howell Prairie where
George Stevens now lives. Later
they moved into Silverton and
have been living on Pine street.
John Penfield, left, of Merced, Cal, shakes hands with hi twiri
brother, Tom,, after a brisk "battle" between the tw o above the Oak
land, Cal., airport, where the two are aiding in the making of a war
movie. John flies a Genua plane in the picture and Tern a British
.Mrs. sOttrar.der leaves her hus
band, two daughters and three
ons. The daughters are Mrs. L.
L. Leach, Portland, and Mrs. T.
J. -Starker, wife of a professor at
Orpgon Stafe college. The body
will arrive in Portland Sunday,
accompanied by Mr. O.trander.
Death Takes Wife
At Sister's Home
Mrs. Edward OstraDder, wifp of
the commissioner of the Oregon
public -service commission, died
at Quapaw, Oklahoma early
Tuesday, according to word re
ceived here. Mrs. Ostrander had
accompanied her husband to New
Orleans, and had stepped off at
Quapaw to visit a sister.
Will Give Play
SILVERTON'. Ore.. I)Ar. 4
iSppriali At the Booster Hub
meetinir held at P,ruh Ciefk
school Friday evening the mem
bers decided to rivf another play
this winter. The one chosen is
"Vim in ie Yonson's Job." John
C. GopUrud will direct the play
which will be given about the first
The club ;: decided to pur
chase' an oil stove on which to
prepare hot luncheons for the
school children during the cold
wather. Miss Jessie Hartley,
the teacher, will have charge of
the prep;; ration.
Will Be Friday,
SILVERTON. Ore., Dec. 4
(Special) Funeral services for
jOle Steen. who died here late
I Sunday evening, have been set
for Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock
l from Trinity church with the Rev.
II. L. Foss officiating. At first
the time of the ervice was set for
: Thursday morning hut later word
'was received that a son. Albert,
'was arriving Thursday from
; Faith. S. IX. so the time was
changed to Friday afternoon. An
j other son. Arnold, arrived here
yest rday from Toi field, Alberta,
Mr. Steen was born in Nor
way, lie came to Minnesota
a-h '.b' vt!;:m man ;;nd had been
married for 51 years on the day
h.- di.'-d. December -. Beside hi.
'and two son... he is survived l'
four brothers. Hans E. Steen ol
NORTH HOWELL, Dec. 4.
(Special) Thanksgiving day was
appropriately observed here last
Thursday at the ehurch and
Grange Hall. Devotional services
were held all day at the church
and the members and their friends
enjoyed their dinner and supper
in the Grange hall.
The Stenberg family from Tilla
mook was here to help with the
Among the young people from a
distance who ppe'nt Thanksgiving
day with their families were Lor
raine Fletcher from The Dalles,
Gilbert Oddie from Forest Grove
and Paul Rauch and Ronald SteT
ens from Portland.
!re flrkrontfia ClAAlA anil crm '
Harley drove to Eddyvllle last
week-end and visited Mrs. Alice
Mrs. C. A. Sawyer of Gervais!
spent Thursday with her daugh
ter, Mrs. A. B. Wlesner, and fam
ily. A large number of local young
people gave Miss Mabel Drake a
surprise party last Saturday night
as a birthday treat. Games were
played and a delicious luncheno
was served by Mrs. Drake and
Last Friday night was the sec
ond social night that the Grange
has enjoyed this winter.
This time it was a white ele
phant sale and march.
The march was a huge success
as were also the supper, the card
games and the program which was
jriven by the junior Grangers.
Much credit is due the committee,
Mrs. J. S. Coomler, Dimma Cline
and Tom Bump.
MOVING TO HKXD
SILVERTON, Ore., Dec. 4
(Special) Mr. and Mrs. Francis
j Ellis who have been employed at
the local J. C. Penney store for
some time have been transferred
to Benl, Oregon. They will
leavefSSeSjsday of this week.
MerlC vite, who has been with
he CiryIeat company this au
timn. has accepted the position at
he Tenney store.
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The New Novelty Crazy Quilt
; Values to $6.50
These New 72x80 size Crazy Quilts are extra fine
quality and most attractive they are full Bed
Size and Fast Colors Very
suitable for Christmas gifts
Extra Special Thursday only.
Wednesday All Day we will give with each pur
chase of $2.00 or more a fine Box of Stationery
worth 25c this is in addition to our already low
50 fine House Aprons in
styles to please and ma
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Wool Union Suits
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All new stock and of
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Dainty New Silks, Crepes
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