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WOODBURN. Feb. 4. (Spe
cial) Forty-three students
earned the right to have thvir
names on the honor roll for the
last semester at Woodburn high
school. Report cards were Issued
Thursday. Only three students
received straight I's, Eluia Doris
Havemann. Lura Fredericks and
Charle3 Tresidder getting the per
fect scores. In order to be placed
on the honor roll a ttudent must
have an average of two In four
The following were on the roll
for last semester: seniors Archie
Atkinson. Jexy Conrad. Veva Gar
rett, Warner Ouiss. Clara Ham
melman. Elma Doris Havemann.
Clara Koch. Ladrew Meshberger,
Sophie Pardy and Ethel Treaid
der. Juniors Henrietta Chapelle,
Imogens Febert. Lura Fredericks
and Dura, Tresidder.
Sophomores Evelyn Blaschke.
Grant Blaschke, Kenneth (inlan
ders, Jack Gulss. Harold Gustaf
eon, Mabel Halvorson. Justine
Hunt. Freda Nelson, Artie Ow
niga, Marie Thompson and Jane
Freshmen Llla Ashland, Ken
neth Battleson, Wayne Brantner,
Donnl Coyne, William Darby. Xel
da Dart, Clara Eder, Kenneth and
Thomas Evans, Vernon Ferntr'n
John Hammelman, Noma Jeschke,
Roma Kallak, Mary Myers, Her
man Pardy, Adella Strouse and
At the end of the semester 145
students were enrolled in the; col
lege preparatory course. 57 in the
commercial, 39 In the agriculture
and 20 In the home economics.
Ninety-nine grades of 1 were Is
sued, 246 2B, 401 3 s, 231 4's,
3 5's and 41 incompletes.
BROOKS, Feb, 4 (Special I
Those from Brooks who atend
ed the Marlon county Federation
of Community club at Mt. Angel
Wednesday evening were Mrs.
John Dunlavy, president of the
Broks Community club, Mrs. B.
F. Ramp, treaaur. Mrs. Wlllard
Ramp. Mrs. John Ray. Mrs. C. A.
Bailey, Mrs. George Harding, Miss
Marie Dunlavy, Mrs. John Ray.
Mrs. C. A. Bailey, Mrs. George
Harding, Miss Marie Dunlavy. J.
S. Dunlavy. and Wlllard Ramp,
proprietor of the Brooks ware
house. Mrs. John Dunlavy of Brooks
wer appointed on the concert con
test series committee and Mrs.
Cecil V. Ashbaugh was appointed
on the entertainment committee.
Both are standing federation com
mittees for the year.
For Mrs. Leith at
GERVAIS, Feb. 4. (Special)
Funeral services for Mrs. T. H.
Leiih were held Saturday morn
ing at 10 o'clock from the Catho
lic church In Gervais. Mtb. Leiih
died early Thursday morning aft
er a lingering Illness of about 1 S
years. Virginia Leniery was Loi n
at St. Louis, Oregon. April It'.
She leaves to mourn their U
her husband, three sons. William
Leith of Gervais, Charles Leith of
Portland, James Leith of St. Louis.
One daughter, Mrs. Agnes Ledtke
of Woodburn. Nine grandchil
dren and four sisters, Mrs. Ele:i
nora Fleming of Pomona. Cal..
Mrs. G. E. Thomas and Mrs. J. U.
Hill of Oswego, and Mrs. Hugh
Murphy of Portland.
Mrs. R. Hatton
Funeral To Be
DALLAS. Ore.. Wb. 4.- - (Spe
cial) The funeral of Mrs. Rob!.
Hatton will be held from the
Henkle undertaking parlor Wed
nesday at 1:30. Mrs. Hatton as
been a resident of Dallas for many
years and leaves a host of friends
to mourn her loss.
Deep Snow Causes
Boy to Lose Way;
ZENA. Feb. 4. (Special) Al
bert Clauseen. eleven year old son
of Peter Claussen, who recently
moved to the R. A. Looney farm
from Dallas, became lost Wednes
day while attempting to find his
way home after school was dis
missed at four o'clock!"
The young boy not being famil
iar with the road, as1' Wednesday
was. his first dayi at the Zena
school, went north to Spring Val
ley, a distance of three miles, be
fore a passing motorist Informed
him he was going In the wrong
Before he reached home at dusk
most of the Zena and Lincoln res
idents had been Informed of the
matter and were on the lookout
For Gee Family
DALLAS. Feb. 4. (Special)
The members of the Evangelical
church tendered a reception at the
church last Tuesday evening to
Earl Gee and family, who left this
week for Brighton, where they
will make their home.- ,
Many expressed their regrets
at their leaving. An Impromptu
xyogram was presented and re
freshments were served by the
women of the church.
Although he still it a student at
Northwestern university, Evans
ton, 111., William Harrison Fet
ridge, 22-year-old senior, is plan
ning to run for alderman' In
Evanston. He was manager "of
the Hoover-for-president club and
presided at the mock Republican
convention. Fetridge pleads that
bis campaign bo taken seriously.
Waconda Club is
Feted and Many
WACON.DA. Feb. 4. (Special)
The Waconda Community club
was entertained at the home of
Mrs. Ed Scharf Wednesday after
noon. A short business; session
was hela. after which a reading
was given by Mrs. Ray Barker,
and "The Dance of The Winds"
was given in costume by Mrs.
Francis Nusom and Mrs. Allyn Nu
som. The annual party will be
held at the home of Mrs. A. K.
Collins, Saturday evening. Febru
ary 16. Committee in charge of
the refreshments for that evening
is Mrs. Ray, Barker, Mrs. C. Hall
and Mrs. RuiKorn.
The afternoon was spent piec
ing quilt blocks and doing basket
work. Refreshments were served
by the hostess, assisted by Mrs.
Chittenden and Mrs. Bolller.
Guest sincluded Mrs. William
McGilchrist, Mrs. Kilinski, Mrs.
A. L. Collins, Mrs. Runcorn, Mrs.
Charles Hall, Mrs. Joe Warnier,
Mis. Ray Jones, Mrs. George Lem
ary. Mrs. Allyn Nusom. Mrs. Sil
Wane, Mrs. Robert Cole, Mr3.
Henry Stafford, Mrs. Al Lamb.
Mrs. Francis Nusom, Mrs. Ray
Barker. Miss Mae Hall. Mrs. Bol
ller and Mrs. Tom Kilinski of Sa
lem. Mra. Chlttendon of Indepen
dence. Mrs. A. W. Salhi of Salem.
and the hostess Mrs. Ed. Sharf. j
Mrs. Bert Jones will entertain
1 he club at her home in Mission
Bottom February 13. A feature
of the afternoon will be a Valen
Mrs. Ramp Hostess
For Brooks Group
BROOKS. Feb. 4 ( Special )
Mrs. B. F. Ramp entertained
the Brookt; community club on
ThurEday afternoon at her coun
try home on the Pacific highway.
The regular business pension was
coiiduc-ted-by the president. Mrs.
John Dunlavy. The afternoon was
spent tying a comforter. Refresh
ments were served by the hostess,
assisted by Mrs. John Ltijher and
Mrs. John Ray. Members present
were Mrs. John Lesher. Mrs. A. H.
Sears. Miss Georgia Epley, Mrs.
John Rav. Mtb. Crin Otto. Mrs.
ijWlllard Ramp. Mrs. C. A. Bailey,
.MlHs KUen Mnefclt. Mrs. John Dun
lavy, and the hostess Mrs. B. F.
Students Aid in
OREGON STATE COLLEGE.
Corvallls. Feb. 4. (Special)
Mary Cupper of Salem, Junior In
home economics, and Healer Dalrs.
sophomore, are among the general
managers for the waffle breakfast
dances. Waffle breakfasts, given
by sororities and sponsored by the
T. W. C. A. are an annual event.
The proceeds go to the general
Y. W. C. A. fund Henry Clement
o f Salem, sophomore in com
merce, will assist in furnishing
For Essay Prizes
SILVERTON. Feb. 4 (Special)
-High school students are sub
mitting essays on "Manufacturing
of Food Products in Sllverton."
and "Food Products Grown in Sll
verton." for prizes offered by the
local Woman's club, in connection
with Sllverton food products day,
which will be held- February 9.
Credit in the English classes will
be given the students on this
SILVERTON. Feb. 4 (Special)
Mra. Gurl Fjelde has been con
fined to her bed all week with a
eevere cold and a relapse of the
flu. AJs-8. Fjelde makes her home
with her daughter, Mrs. Edwin
Tinglestad. Later reports state
that she Is improving. ,
TO PROVIDE PROGRAM
HAZEL GREEN, Feb. 4 (Spe
cial) The Chemawa orchestra,
and the girls octet, and a reader
will present a program at the Ha
sel Green school house at 7: SO
o'clock Friday evening. The school
is sponsoring the program.
Statesman's Valley News
Hermosa Club Has
Busy Day at Home
Of Mrs. Cutsforth
GERVAIS. F(l.. 4. (Special
The Hermosa dub was enter
tained at the home of Mrs. Eles
tine Cutsforth Wednesday after
noon. Late in th afternoon the
:;ue;t3 were invited into the din
ing room where the color scheme
of green and yellow was carried
out in the decorations and re
freshments. In the group were
Mr. Clydo Cutsforth. Mrs. S.
Stevens, Mr.". G. J. Moison. Mrs.
Sam H. Brown. Mrs. M. D. Hen
nlng, Mrs. Antone DeJardin. Mrs.
G. T. Wadsworth. Mr.i. Louise
Lambert ion. Mis. S. I). Manning.
Mrs. C. H. Ellsworth. Miss Helen
Hiller. -Irr. Robert Harper, Miss
Zoe Cutsforth and the hostess.
Mrs. lElcstine Cutsforth.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harper
had as dinner guest? recently. Mr.
and Mr?. John Jeldork of Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Jones and Ken
ueth Ewall and Glen Ewalt of
Four run-away Indian boys
were captured by City Marshal
William Bowley on Thursday eve
ning of last week and returned to
the Chemawa Indian school.
After spending several days in
Gervais looking after business in
ferests here, Ernest Naftzgvr re
turned Monday to his liome in
Vale. Ore. Nafizger and family
were former residents of Gervais.
The St. Rita Altar society will
sponsor a card party and dance
at the Gervais city hall on Wed
nesday evening February 6. Tin
public is invited to attend this
partv and a good tinK- is assured
all. " Cards 8:lr.. Dancing 10:00.
Miss Dora Weis has gone to
Portland for a few days stay. She
has been nursing Miss Minnie Nib
let during her recent illness. Miss
NhJer Is improving satisfactorily.
Mrs. Joe Wonch. who was op
erated on at the Salem hospital
about three weeks ago. was able
:o come home last week.
Made by Plane
At Flood Farm
..RICKEY. Feb. 4 (Special)
Captain Eagle who was operating
an army plane was forced to land
lust east of the Flood home re
cently. Owing to the snowstorm
he was unable to locate the land
Mrs. Richardson, who has been
ill with flu is much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Westing of
Portland, who recently returned
from a trip to California, have
been house guests of Mrs. West
ing's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Mrs. H. McMillin visited tne
Mrs. Robert Hoots. who has
been very 111, is up and around
Marararet Maree. who attends
Pnrrlsh lunlor high, is on the hon
or roll. Three A's and the rest
B grades are necessary to be on
the honor roll.
Mrs. R. Shepard
Home From Trip
ZENA, Feb. 4. (Special)
Wednesday, R. C. Shepard receiv
ed a telegram from Hollywood,
California stating that his wife,
who has been there for her health
this winter, would go through Sa
lem on her way to Portland Thurs
day morning. Mr. Shepard motor
ed to Salem and went to Portland
with his wife and their two young
est daughters. Muriel and Ardon
who have been with their mother
Muriel, seven years old, has af
flicted with heart trouble for sev
eral years and while in California
had a severe attack of influenza
and a relapse. Her parents are
taking her to Portland where she
can be under the care of the spe
cialist who attende dher before
she went away.
Amity Bank Shows
New High Records
AMITY Feb. 4. (Special)
The Bank of Amity recently com
pleted the most successful year in
its history, with an Increase of 30
ner cent in deposits in the last two
years. This percentage of in
crease is larger than that gained
by any bank in Yamhill county
during the same period. At a re
cent stockholders meeting the fol
lowing officers were elected: Pres
ident, J. W. Briedwell; vice presi
dent, 8. L. Stewart; cashier, H.
W. Torbett; directors, G. W.
Briedwell and Gus Prang.
Salem Student at
O.S.C. is Selected
OREGON STATE COLLEGE,
Feb. 4. (Special) Ezra Webb
of Salem, has been appointed
business manager of the student
daily Barometer by the student
body board of control to fill the
place left vacant by the resigna
tion of Cliff Thornton. Webb has
served as a member of the man
agerial staff of the Barometer for
the last 2H years and this year
he has acted as advertising man
ager. The appointment is only
for the present school year.
Gee Family Guests
At Leitch Home
DALLAS, Feb. 4. (Special)
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gee and child
ren and Mr. and Mrs. Clarenes
Curry' were dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. James Leitch last Wed
Of?fr.f;rt.w Stati-sva v. Salfmhe
Captain Albert B. Moore, who
act as dean of the New York
state school for police, which has
Just opened at Troy, N. Y. Police
students from many states are
learning their A. B. C.'s of the
badge and nig hf!ck business
SILVER THAW ADDS TO
ZENA. Feb. 4. (Special)
Thursday night a silver thaw cov
ered Zena and vicinity with about
half an inch of ice. making it very
difficult for sheepmen to reach
their flocks with feed.
This graceful Louis XVI
f975 Only $24 a mtnth!
Everett grand pianos are
available in several styles and
sizes. For example:
Early American ...... $795
Sold for $19 per month
Sheraton art model .... $845
T trms of $21 per month
Spanish Granada $9S
As little as $22 per month
Louis XVI $975
Sold for $24. per month
Terms of $22 per month
Monthly payments of $25
5-foot mahogany grand . . $750
Small deposit and $19 per month
5- foot 2-inch mahogany
Terms of $21 per month
6- foot 2-inch mahogany
grand ....... $1 15
Concert piano for $29 per month
on 7vf,? Mtux.'na. February. 5. 1929
INDEPENDENCE. Feb. 4.
(Special) George C. Berreman
took charge of the morning ser
vice at the Methodist church Sun
day morning while the regular
pastor, the Rev. E. G. Ranton.
went to Buena Vista to preach.
Mr. Berreman is a professor at
the Oregon Normal school.
Tuesday evening the Epworth
league Is to sell home made candy
at the basketball game to be
played by Monmouth and Inde
pendence high schools.
A baby girl was born to the
The Women's Foreign Mission-
jary society of the Methodist
church met at the parsonage Fri
day afternoon. About 20 people
were present. Mrs. W. Campbell
had charge of the devotional part
Rev. and Mrs. J. Clarence Orr
jof the program and Airs. Moyer
jand Mrs. Ranton sang a duet,
"The Old Rugged Cross."
Amity School is
Open After Idle
Period in Storm
; AMITY, Feb. 4 (Special) -Amity
high school opened again
i today after a recess of three days
owing to the bad weather and ice
bound roads, which made It Im
i possible for the busses to run.
since more than sixty per cent of
the high school students come to
'Amity on busses It was necessary
The special terms are
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to close the school during the re
Tuesday Amity will meet the
Sheridan high school basketball
team in one of the most decisive
games of the season. The two
schools are running neck and neck
for the league championship and
the winner of Tuesday night's
game will have first plajre in the
struggle. The two teams have not
met before this season.
WOODBURN. Feb. 4 (Special)
The condition of the loganberry
industry was discussed at a special
meeting of the Woodburn Fruit
Growers' association held Satur
dayl in Foresters' hall. Method? to
improve the quality of the berry
crop were suggested and various
methods of training the berry
The Estacada system of train
ing was finally accepted as the
most satisfactory and it is believed
that the most of the growers will
adopt this method. According to
reports this system produces a bet.
ter quality berry without mater
ially decreasing the yield.
The northwestern cannerymen's
specifications call for a one-inch
berry, and the management of the
association believes it can obtain a
top price of 5 cents per pound for
a berry of this size.
BROOKS. Feb. 4 (Special)
The Brooks Ladies Aid society will
meet at the home of Mrs. M. L.
Jones Thursday afternoon. Mrs.
A. J. Rassmussen will assist Mr.
.Tones at the tea hour.
in your home
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and harmony of decoration. Your
piano, the most imposing object in
your home, can also be the most beautiful.
By all means see the Everett art grand now
in our window. You can have possession for a
small down payment, the balance on very easy
The Everett is also available in plain
case, mahogany the 6-foot 2-inch size
being especially desirable for clubs,
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a lim- Jjf
Hepplewhite Model The great English crafts
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style Everett grand breathes the spirit of this fine
artist. These instruments are five feet long, sweet
of tone. $895. Terms only $22 a month 1
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Pioneer Dies On
INDEPENDENCE. Feb. 4.
(Special) Marion Dow Coulter,
a resident of Polk county for 4 0
years, passed away at the family
home Sunday morning after a
short illness. He married Eliza
beth Brunian February 2. 1879
Had Mr. Coulter lived through
Sunday they would have celebrat
ed their golden wedding anniver
sary. The funeral service will be
held at the Kenney undertaking
parlors Tuesday at 1:30 p. m..
after which the body will be
shipped to Portland for crema
tion. Silverton Bride
Wears Veil Aunt
Had 34 Years Ago
Miss Bessie Bentson. Silverton girl
was married on Sunday to Frank
Porter, son of Mrs. A. H. Mires,
of Silverton Hills.
Thhe ceremony was performed
is the Methodist church, the Rev.
Mr. Hardie officiating. Mrs. Edson 1
Comstock played the wedding
march and accompanied Mrs. W. '
Tate, who sang. Thelma Gordon ,
and R. Mulkey attended the cou
ple. Miss Bentson wore the same
wedding veil that was used by her
aunt. Mrs. Thomas Skaife. thirty-!
four years ago.
The couple will be at home after,
February io on south First street.;
iT vr nil rrr.t.vx.
All . Women's
pumps and oxfords
to clear out at 2
pairs for exactly
the price of one. -