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The New OREGON STATESMAN, ' Salem, Oregon, Saturday Moraine, March 30, 1929
Monmouth and. A shland
. Normals . Schedule De
bates on Jury System 1
MONMOUTH, Mar. 2t. (Spe
cial) -About SlOe worth ef mo
hair was stolen from William Bid
dell and Sons' barn Tuesday eve
ning,' where it had been placed
after 'shearing. A ' mach larger
quantity was available had the
burglars choeen to carry It away,
but apparently only two small
sacks were carried or dragged to
a car which waited a short dis
tance from the dwelling.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Calbreath
were among Monmouth folk who
spent a few days at the beach over
the week end. The Calbreaths re
turned from Rockaway with a gen
erous assortment of crabs and
Visit From Hollywood
Era Grarette and Leta McAllis
ter enroute from Hollywood, Cal.,
to 'Portland visited ' Wednesday
with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Graham.
The ladies are former Arkansas
friends of the Grahams, and hare
spent TUB winter in California.
Debates are scheduled this week
between Monmouth and Ashland
normals on the question, "Re
solved, that a substitute for the
Jury system should be adopted.
Thursday at Monmouth, Mrs.
Golda Wickham. Roseburg. and
Carl Rasmussen. St. Paul, will
meet Alice and Bernard Jey, twin
brother and sister of ; Ashland;
and Saturday, Lyle Thomas. Salem
.i winfioiA At Vinson. 'Aurora.
will meet the southern Normal
team at Ashland, on rne mb
mi M..Tvwaii tnh of Oreson
lug ah ftiv ...... ... .
Normal school, directed by Mrs.
Sylvia Belden. faculty member of
the music department, will present
at the Christian church Easter
Sunday, a sacred Len ten cantata,
"The Seven Last Words of Christ"
by Dubois. About 4 women's Jd
es will.be heard, with the solo
parts taken by Aiargarei bejukk
1 1 race vi uc, . - - , " '
rinia Parkes, and Sylvia. Anderson,
Men's solo parts wilUbe. taken j by
lj. IS. MCLItuuuu,
Powell, a resident of -Monmouth.
Ralph H. Aldred. concert pianist,
and a student of ' the institution,
,111 nAaif at th nl&no'. '
This cantata wt successfully
jtven last year under, Mrs, Bel
den's direction," andV as at - last
Easter, all the local cjiurcue.rc
Invited to attend. -" ., ,
The Wednesday Afternoon club
home of Mrs. David ndtfeirwith
the following ladies present: Mrs.
E. M. Ebbert, Mrs. Celma. Smith,
Mrs William McCrae, Miss-Mabel
Riddell,' Mrs. F. M Roth Mrs.
Harold Haley, Mrs. E. C. Cole.
Mrs. R. D. Elliott and tBe hostess.
t..-! tia rafrMhmest hour.
Mrs. Elliott pleased with piano
numbers. .., -, ,. .
r,if kon of Mr: end Mrs.
O. P. CaleJ, sophomore and -pre-i
.t.. th University of
Oregon, was one ot tt-1ti"r
students at that imtituttonIast
term. He ' was , graduated rrom
Monmouth hi;h schotifelf 27.
At the Lions eluVjajttcon
Tuesday, a luncheoa"beiJf 'ilM
.ontot A th loral den brAhe Sa-
1am i)nn . .- - - - "
Dean J. B: V. Butler and Dr. A.
TonAn nf nnrnii Normal school
outlined a tentative program of
events to occur; ai mo vm"cw
park at the June metims.
m niDivf mnmrAVfi'
...... g .
Samuel J. Humes, state hn-
way engineer, nas new ipv
by Governor Hartley, director ef
highways under the aet.passed by
ha t.t . isriiatnr ' - rlvinc -the
governor control of the state high.
wa'y department.. ;. - -i -'
KPiTiiT. Ri.RrrrroN CALLED
A special election" will be called
at Enm in About to davs to au
thorise the ' city council to tell
short-term bonds up to ll.z&,oe
n - iiv. tKa - dIim" nt lniir-tenn
bonds for construction of the hy
dro-electric plant at Leaourg.
IvaaiMia af tha Aannal fitatMievt ( Tka
Iibrt7 .liifa' JnBrBC CaatjMUijL of .T-
taitiy-fint AT af DacaaWr,a938.'aia4
ta tha Iararaaea ComiakBr-.a taa
Stat ( Oracaa, ptimaaM to-law ;
. riPiTit. , i ,
Amoant at : 9mpi. stack lpiaJ
9300,000.00. iv-.i-- . s
Total - prminsi , iacoma fat
t703,i4o.a. v v; . v r-:
Intcratt,-- alrWead aaaT TtU Tar
J : .1.7 ia. VI - . . j
laeaaM' Iram -atr aowcaa racarrai.
Aeeidaat aaa kaalta iaeaiav. 8i,20.i.
. an, aa; ai
Tatal iaeom, i.ob.S3.w.
. . DiaaURSEMEXTS :
Pii far laMct, aaWBMats. SBaaltiaa
aid sanaarfav t1b. fl48.1.83.
Dividend t aaid to aalicyaoMars dariaf
the t. S115.L24.S1. .
Divieads paid aa aaajtal ftoek darlag
the ear. S.0OO.0. j -t .
Coanainlaaa and malarias aaid dariaf
the yaar, S163.989.S7. . r -Taxas,
licenxei aad feet aaid daring
n yr, flo,39.0. '
Ameant af U ; etscr espenAiUrcs,
1 163.659.99. , .
Awident aaa. kealtk ditbarwaieBta.
ft,53.75. . "
Total azpaaditarea. S89I.S91.45.?
.ASSETS : i ...
Vatna of Teal eetata aemed (awrket
Tiiuei, flS4.llS.19: ,., .;.'-., . i
Vain of stacks an bond aarneA ( mar-
' or amortized rahto) 97S3.855.7e.
l oan, a atartf(ac aad collateral, ate.
Premiaaa aotea aaA poJiry loans. 9859,.
'h la banks and aa kand, 880.945.39.
et aneollaetad aad ' deferred vreat
nm, 985.029.ee. .
Inirt aad; rents - doe im accraec,
934.805.89. x ..
ther aiseta (aet). 988.007.71. -Total
admitted aufceta. 8S.2106.B1.'
v - LIABILITIES - - v
J't reserrwt, 92,480 J42.61. -
Gros elaiaa, fof lots( anpaii. 9t.00e.
All other liabUiUta. 8429.224.80.V
Total liaVilitiea, 1 esrlnsiTa f capital
oek of ssoo.oool $2.10.S.1.
BDSIXHTS8 IS OREOOX. iiA
fOtt THE TEAR - :T
v,h 7r, 9331.O0,, . -
wll? iP'd MaoTor
i a. 7 eeretaiT Claud I CUk. '
JJltf!J7. id sttoraey for serriea
laaaraaca Commiaiioner, Eaton, Ore.
McKee Ses Two Weddings
Of His Grandchildren on
a Visit Made to Carlton
JEFFERSON. March 29 t. A.
McKee returned from Carlton
Wednesday where he -visited .his
daughter Mrs. J. J. Denson. and
family. While there McKee had
the pleasure of witnessing the
wedding of two of his grandchil
dren. Miss Paula- and Theodore
Denson. - . Miss Marian Schultx be
came the bride of Theodore Den
son on Friday, . March 22, at the
home of the groom's parents. Af
ter a short honeymoon . spent in
Portland they will return to Carl
ton -where they will make their
home. - - "i"' -
TRIPLE III CU1B
w . . " y 1
Mrs. Edna Gilkerson,, Fqr
l -mer Resident, Hostess
: for 24 Visitors V
"Ril.VEH.TON. March 27 Twen
ty-four members of the. Triple
Link- rlnh. drove to Oregon City
on Tuesday for an all day meet-
Ing with Mrs. Edna ouserson, a
former resident of Sirrerton.
Th lad lea took with them a
basket lnnch. and a lovely meal
was served at noon. The six cars
from Silverton left at nine in the
morning and returned at six.
Mrs. Alice Weaver of snter
ton and Mrs. George Orthel of
Longvjew, mother and sister ' of
Mrs. Oilkerson were with the
party. Other guests Included:
Mesdames Mercy Sylvester, Kate
Porter, Myrtly Stewart, Will Eg
an, Kathryn Taylor, " Frances
Gehrke, Sylvia Allen, Pearl Allen;
Faye Renwick, F. Otjen, Ruth
KottekrHIbbard. A. Lerfald, Nu
enberg. Delia Fiets Gerrell, aPr
rish, Sr., Maybelle Gay, Mary An
drews, Bowman and Ingram.
Mrs. jOUIphant, of Portland,
formerly of Silverton was also
present. , . is . . '-s-
EIUWS; DIG WE
JSILTERTON March"- J-The
regmlar monthly meettngr of the
Silverton chimber of i commerce
was held In the armory Wednesday
night. lt was preceded by a home
cooked banquet served by the la
dies of the Christian church. -"
Supt. Robert Goets explained
the new law concerning transpor
tation of high ' school ' students
living outside the Tegular high
school districts. A committee was
appointed by the- preeident of the
chamber,'. Charles Johnson, .to
work out feasible routes for the
outlying districts, about Silverton
and to formulate tentative plans
which liter will be, submitted to
the county boundary board.
. Commissioner John Porter re
ported on the' work being done
on several' market roads leading
into Silverton from various, sec
tions of the county.
.JEFFERSON, Mar. 28 The
Christian , Endeavbrers f off the
churches of Jefferson will hold a
sunrise i prayer meeting Easter
Sunday - morning. , The meeting
will be held on Smith hill north
of town.. r - ' - ' "
Mrs.: A.' J.; Bhumaker and Mrs.
George Lynes of Salem were the
guesU of their mother, Mrs. Sarah
Reeves Thursday.1 :. - : .' J;
The churches f Jefferson, will
observe Easter with appropriate
services. The program tor.;, be
rendered by the Methodist Sunday
school wlir be given Sunday morn
ing and thchezercises at the Chris
tian ehureh.will be iven. Sunday
eveningr' -V tJ
.-s s jw .cj? v - , -' ...a xsr-j-'
SeaopaU or tka- Aanaal SUteaveat ( Ota
Patriotic Iaiaranca Coaiaaar Aaaariea,
I. tha Ktata af Sear York, a lee.tWrW
I- ria.v mi TWeasbar. 192S: aaada to tka
r - . o...- "
laaaraaeaT veamiiar . ot: ow
Uregoa, atriMM itnw;- -
- CAPITA!. w "
Aateant af - capital ctacr paid . ap,
.; " - INCOME '"
Ket praathuna received 4ariag the year,
Ioternt, 4hr!eada 'aad Teata race brad
dariaa tka Tr. 81.1S5.8S. .
Ineaaae iraaa ataT aoareas reoorred
doriar the roar, 1 7.527.82.
Total larome. S924.219.S4.
: Xet losses paid daria tko rear inrlad-
iaa- aainitatent zaaoe. 94S7.9S5.0S.
Coamiaaions and nlartat psi4 4rinf
tka year, 9285.0052. i-v; - -
Takes, Iieene and fees psid- eortng
Um rear S4e.TS4.T.. - -.
Amoant af all atkar . . ezsaaditaras.
B83.035.SO. : " - - -' .
-; Total expeaditar. S84a.TSS.S8. '.
. . . .-- A8SET8 , - '
Valoe of stocks and " beads. . awaas
(market vslaS), 9l.5,0 OO.
Cask ia . banks, aa4 aa kaai 91t.
Proauasa la cenrM af eolleetlaa watt
ten ainee fiep. SO. 1928, 91S8.516.74.
Iaterokt aad rents doe aad aeerned,
914 945.92. ' - ;-
Teul aoajitte . 91.954.8J3.08.
- Grwaa- eiatita - tor Joase ampaidV 99s,
983.00. - - . . -
'Aaranat ef aaearBeeVpteaiiaais oa aJI
aoMandinf risks.. 99Ga.299.il.
- lae for eeaimissiea aad broker fa, 97,
260.00. .; -- ; - - :
All atiler ItatiiUtieav i40.t500. "
Total Maaiiitiea. earlaarra ' of eapital
steek of " S200.0Od.O0 $1,053,472.11. ,- -:
- BUSINESS IX OREOOX -JS-;vf.t..
ro THE -TEAR
fVet preaiiiiBu reeeired ariag ike year,
94.692.70.' . - .- ."".T- - ' -- ,
Loaiaa saidl dariaa tka Teas. 92.426.82.
Leases iaearrei daring , the year,- 91,
, Name af eaastBy Patriot! laaaranca
Company. , ;, ' i j . .
Maaaa or praaiaenv iTefasais.
Xame aetar7 -Elliott Jiddletoa.
Rutatory resident attoraev for aemea
-laaursaco Consainioaer - -
Miss Paula. Denson became the
bride of W. E. North of Baker on
Tuesday; March 29. at 1:30 at the
home of the bride's parents. They
Immediately motored to Portland,
from there they went to San Fran
cisco by boat; then - by train to
Baker' by way of Salt Lake City.
They will reside in Baker, as Mr,
North' la secretary of the Cham
ber of Commerce of that eity.
f The Denson young people are
well known la- Jefferson end our
best wishes go with them
Stayton Structure to Have
Full Basement for Llv-.
- Ing Quarters
STAYTON, Mar. 29 (Special)
Work on the new parochial
school -is progressing as rapidly
as weather conditions will permit,
It is 'to be a brick building. It Is
70 feet wide across the front and
runs back 54 feet. There will be
an eleven i foot ' full basement,
where the sisters' will reside. The
school rooms will be equipped
in the most modern manner.
Mrs. Carrie Jackson of 'Baker
worthy grand conductress of the
Eastern Star paid an official visit
to the local chapter .Wednesday
night. She came as a representa
tive for Worthy Grand Matron,
Bess Setters, of Portland. Several
visitors from nearby towns - were
present. The local lodge served re
freshments following the meeting.
GOOD MY em
I SILVERTON, March 21. AO
Silverton churches commemorated
Good .Friday with Special aarvicea
during the day. As is tie cus
tom of the - Methodist church, a
noon hour service was held, and
a quiet hour and communion held
L h.OvT: Easier ' morning, the two
choirs of the Trinity Lutheran
church ;will appear in full vest
ment, and Hery special anthems
will be rendered during the morn
ing hour." The . evening service
will be a sacred cantata, -The
Greatest Love," directed by A. L.
Larson..' . ' '.
. The vested choir of the Xmman
uef Lutheran church will also pre
sent special Easter music for: the
morning worship, and in the eve--ning
there will be a sacred can
tata, "TThe Joyous Bells of East
er,, by Adams. Solo parts will
be sung by Mrs." J as per . DuL
lum, Mrs. . Oscar Johnson, Miss
Cora Sebersoa, Miss Clara BJonte-
Igard, -Miss Agnes Nelson, Elmer
Johnson, Louie Larson and oscar
Overlnnd. ' Miss -Henrietta - H.
Finseth Is directing. -
; - .Miss Jottes Qaite HI " -i
Miss -Blanche . Jones, public
speaking and chemistry instructor
of senior high school is confined
to her home with illness. Miss
Fay Sparks Is also unabjp to at
tend her classes. - P j
i Mrs." Stella Forgey ' returned
Monday from a short stay in Port
land. with her daughter, Mrs. Pet
er Msriman, who was a : recent
brid&r - v ;t---'V
. ' Tuesday night. April 2, the la
dies auxiliary of the " American.
Legion is sponsoring a " benefit
card party in the clubfrooms at
the armory. - The proceeds ex the
affair' .wilt be given to the. city
library board; to lie need in the
interests of. public library. The
tables win sell for two dollars a
table. "5 00" and bridge will both
be in play r during . the evening.
Miss Harold, president of the aux
iliary, Js working with Mrs. Nellie
Titus -on the reception committee.
Mrsv Arthur Jans is general chair
man for tb affair, with Mrs. Del
Barber, table hostess Mrs. J. : C.
Morley."in charge of the decora
tlon; - Mra.t Fred vMehl, icbairman
of tne'v refreshment -: committee:
and Mrsj Elmer Johnson rand Miss
Letha "CaTender in charge elh
School to Staged
LAKE LABlSH.Mar. 29 (Spe-
cial ) The - Perkins-Maplewood
school with Miss Thelma Barnett,
teacher. Las an Easter egg hunt
scheduled for Friday, - March 2S
in tne anernoon. , .y :;;,.?
Buy "Treci Now;
Planting season vtn soon end
GraftedWaInnta 23c Jo 9 1.75
7, Filberts 25c to 5 ,',
Maxsard- Cherries 8c, 10c, 12c
S in,l eherrir trees ( 3 varieties
to the -'tree) "$125
Limb grafted Royal Ann Cher
; rles -large .-treesj; '..f. ;
Grapes,! Blackcaps, Strawberry
; c-:'-""r"- 0'
i Tearcy Bros. Salesyardi J
i I; At 240 N. Liberty -v
Betweea Court and Chemeketa
ndeusorjence Ministers " in
1 Rotation,' Give Sermons
INDEPENDENCE. Mar. 2$.
(Special)- The united pre-Easter
meetings are being well attended.
The first of the series was held
Tuesday evening In the Christian
church, Kev. A. B. vnzante de
livering the sermon which was
based upon, the words, "Father,
forgive.them, for they know not
whst they do, The Wednesday
meeting will be held In the Pres
byterian church. Rev. E. G. Ron
ton 'delivering the message on the
words, "Today thou shalt be with
meria Paradise. Bis topic will be
The Cross he Plus Sign of a
Minns Life." The Friday meeting
is to be in the Methodist church
and Rev. J. C. Orr of the Biptist
church Is to bring the message on
the words, "My God, My God, why
has thou foresaken me, and "Into
they hands I commend my. Spirit"
Special music will be furnished by
the choirs of the churches... Mr.
Penhollow of Monmouth is the
able leader of .the congregational
singing, v-: , . -.i
Mrs. Margaret Geyer. home ec
onomics teacher 1 Independence
high school, has returned -to. her
work after having been to Port
land to see her husband who Is re
ported recovering from , an attack
confined to his
home with lnfluenxa.
Mrs. E. G. Rantajn Is again able
to resume her ..household duties
after a weekrln bed with "flu.
W. S. Toung has sold his home
here to Charles Dawes. . s -.
: The Methodist church makes
the .following announcements for
Easier Sunday: Epworth League
will meet In the church parlors
for .breakfast sad devotion at 1
a.m. TJie Sunday school will be in
session at ten o'clock studying ap
propriate lessons. During the wor
ship hour, eleven to twelve, there
are to be baptisms and reception
of members as well as appropriate
musle and a sermon on the sub
ject, "The Resurrection in the Life
of. Today." The Junior and' Ep
worth leagues meet at :30. The
evening church service is to be a
union service,.- all Independence
protectant churches uniting. 'The
choirs win render special musle
and Rev. A. B. YanZante "will
preach the sermon.
LIKE UBISH FOLKS
, LAKE LABISH, Mar. 2t.
Frank Takayama and son, Ken
neth, who " were returning from
Salem, -having taken a tfuck load
of potatoes there at an early hour,
were side swiped by a speedy mo
torist who compelled the. Taka
yama truck to cross the ditch and
attempt to climb the " telephone
pole opposite ' the - Perkins-Maple,
wood school. ; -" '
' Mr. -Takayama and his son,
neither of whom: was hurt, se
cured the Brookslde service car
to care for their truek which had
a broken wishbone, broken head
light and ruined front wheel by
the telephone pole encounter. -The
Takayamas art onion and
celery growers of Lake Labish.
Pollock Home is
i In Zena District
' ZENA, March 22 Mr. and Mrs.
E. Cranston HIggins of Zena were
visitors for several days recently
in : Portland. . While , there - they
were house guests of Mr. and Mrs,
James - Pollock; "Mrs.- Pollock
war formerly Edith. Roy of Zena
and Lincoln. ? Mr; aad Mrs., Hlg-
gina called upon Mrs.; A. A. Roy
and sons,-Harold and Vivien Roy
and Mr. and Mrs.' John Schum. '
t-Mr. and t Mrs; Vernon McTim,
jnons and daughter Ethel arrived
here . from California Wip8ir
and - Intend to make-' an extended
visit'at the J. Smith home,1 -Mrs.
McTimmons was : fotnterly Mlss
Ef fie Smith ot Zena.'. .
.Waste TTonr -
We wi3 be clad to tjo to
: your place and pay the
full value, r We want
r IUgs, Paper, Metal, Etc -
- . - -
, 820 R. Commercial SLVV
l--:-:""-. 'Phoe "493
jBaffroa Blae X'y
Good for one free" picture
. - ' - month
.- : CbJIdrem Mast he Accompanied by Parentf v
429 Oregon Edg. . , -
S7owl HaeBci :
. Luck! Star Has '
Case of Hemps!,
J STAYTON, Mar. 20. .
(Spedal) Miss Bet-dine
Toemasi Is confined to her
home with aa attack of
mump. She had a leading
part in the Junior-senior
play next week.
S.E. U El'
Lindgrum of Corvallis is
Speaker at Marion
MARION. March 28. The
Community club held its regular
meeting on Tuesday evening. A
business meetlnc was held to elect
new officers for the ensuing six
months. : , . '
The following officers were
elected:; S. E. Roland, president:
George Smith,- vice-president;
Mrs. C- M. Smith, secretary of the
treasure; ' - Gyra .Chapman, . Bar-
old Smith, chairman of the im
provement committee; Mrs. M. A.
Barber,' chairman of the member
ship . committee; and Mrs. Dane,
chairman of the program commit
tee for the following two months
Mrs. Russell sang a solo accom
panied by her sister. Miss Dear
fler. Mr. , Lindgrum of O. A. C
gave' a talk oniskecp. He spent
part of her boyhood days la Mar
ion so he had an enjoyable time
renewing old acquaintances... ,
11 ACRES SOLD OF
LAKE LABISH FARM
",-.. - - ' -
$3600 Reported to Have
Been Obtained for
LAKE LABISH," Mar. 21.
f R ! 1 Soma movement m
real estate Is noticed here with
the opening of spring.
. The eleven acres of choice fruit,
land Awnad hv A.-XL Merer, for
merly the Saltsman-Bannlck place;
near yuinaDy nas oeen- purcaaaea
by Brown Penney, since his return
from Oklahoma. - - ' ".:
Tha ATact nnrchaM " nrice has
hot been made public, but the ac
reage hasleen held at fssoo.
, JtvB. Meyers, former owner, re
turned to his Tillamook farm
wiiara -'" had TxMn enraared- for
nine years ia dairy farming before
Share of Visits
During the Week
Jefferson, March 2f r.
W, Whltsel returned to Astoria
Sunday, having spent the week
end in Jefferson.
Mr. Burnett Is having his house
on Second street repapered. Miss
Anna Klampe is doing the work.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence . Llbby
and family have moved from Al
bany into Charles Hart's house
near Green's bridge, where Mr.
Llbby will be employed by Charles
Hoyt, who will operate a rock
crusher in that vicinity.
Ray Whitsel motored te Me
MinnviUe Monday. ' "
. WOODBURN, Mar. 22. -(Special)
The Royal Arch Masons
were entertained Wednesday eve-
nin a: with- readings by several
members ot -the high school ex
pression class, and selections by
the. band.-The remainder .of tne
evening was spent -plsyiag cards.
Refreshments were , served after
the ; program. , lr ; .: f ; v
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George Paimiter Speaker
at Fort 'Hill; Mon-V-mouth
MONMOUTH. Mar. 2 (Spe
cial) Polk county Pomona
Grange met Saturday at Fort Hill,
and the following Monmouth
grangers attended: Mr. and Mrs.
William Riddell Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
P. O. Powellr Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Stockholm and Mrs. Addle Cal
breath. State Master Palmlter de
livered the principal address; oth
er numbers being a solo by J. W.
McKay of Fort Hill; and a res.
ume of events of the recent lec
turers school and confertnee at
Oregon State college by Mrs.
Marie Flint MeCall, the lecturer
from Brush College. Fifth degree
work for Fort Hill and Buell mem
bers was put on by the Buell de
gree team; andthese two granges
furnished the dinner for the day.
About '75 persons were present.
Including representatives from six
the Polk county subordinate
granges.'.' - r.'-r-j.-.
Mr. and Mrs. w. i. stocxnoim
accompanied Jlr. and Mrs. Ed
Blake of Corrsllis to a grange
meeting at Monitor Monday night
Mrs. Blake is Juvenile grange di
rector for this district, snd Mr.
Blake is fire Insurance director. ,
Mrs. Edna Culver and Miss Em
ma Henkle. entertained the fol
lowing members of the Oregon
Norma school faculty at dinner
Thursday evening at the Wlnegar
apartments:- Dean Jessica Toaa,
Mrs. Addle Robards, Mrs. Ardle
Parker, and Misses Laura J. Tay
lor. Edna MIngus, Lois Criswell,
Maude McPherson, Bertha Braln
ard and Mary Robards.
The following faculty ladles of
Oregon Normal school : went to
Portland Monday night to hear
Rosa Ponselle at the auditorium:
Misses Laura J. Taylor. Florence
"Johnson, Grace Mauris Mitchell,
Katharine Arbuthnot, and Mrs.
Edna Culver and Mrs. Beulah
40.00D TROUT HUE
PUCED IT sin
STAYTON. Mar. 22 (Special)
-Two truck loads. 40,000 east
ern brooks trout were liberated in
what used to be the log pond.
here on Wednesday afternoon.
under the supervision of the local
Isaak Walton league. The trout
were zrom tne itoanng lurer
hatchery and are said to be from
C to I Inches long. ixcai sports
men can hardly wait until April
In Salem Tuesday
: HUBBARD. -March 28. Arlon
Lodge Knight of Pythias ot Hub
bard, was represented at -the con
vention at Salem Tuesday night
by the following members: L. M
JTHAT wou!dnt he do?
.- e a wvwfc.wnuvKu vawiwi iiiaitsc iagy alic aUT4UM
Nobody but an expert can do an ex- . spcxialists to
w.:-,-' f ' '
pett'gjob. - .
" . Tbe tling of an estate is nota job ?;; ' Whm you name us in your.wiU yotx
for anateurs. . ; If you have ever been a V may be ' sure Tthat ? the settling of your V
betiefidar under a, will administered by estate will be in expert hands; . . We are
an ineroeriOTce person, you wiU agt kind of work
4is on this point, r .
r If so, are you ready to take
a, -Or aaBBBSW WBBrSBnr
: A. N. BUSIi; President ;
. mi S. WALTON. Vice
1- v W ..A--.' "
ScholL A. R. Bevens, A, ?esse, A.
F. de Lespinaase, B. falson. E.
Kocker, J. B. Stauffer, C. F, Bev
ens, F. Thompson, G. Leffler, R.
Brown and A. Myers. . - v
" C F. Bevens and A. F.de Les
pinaase received ' secsnd- honors
in the prelate and chancellor com
mander's parts. : ;
QUILTlTi'S BEE iiELO
LAKE LABISH. March 28.
One' of the most successful hunt
ings of the season was that at the
home of Mrs. George Campbell, v
Frames were arranged and two
large quilts were, quilted at the
same time. Much .sociability pre
vailed and much fine quilting was
A potluck dinner was served
and the radio was enjoyed. This
is the second large quilting bee
and social good time enjoyed at
this hospitable home during the
DALLAS, March 28 A suit to
foreclose a mortgage on property
in the eastern part ot Polk county
was filed this week in circuit
court by the Union Central Life
Insurance company vs. Bertha B.
Beno, plaintiff, seeks the sum of
812,430, principal and some inter
est as balance due on a mortgage
Issued th 1922 to .Louis P. and
Bertha B. Beno f of approximately
223,000. Mr. Beno died follow
ing the issuance of the mortgage
and the suit Is against the widow.
7 Men Get Their
Letters at High
WOODBURN, Mar 22 (Spe
cial) Seven members of this
year's basketball squad received
letters at a special assembly on
Thursday afternoon at the 'high
schooL Those receiving . letters
were Mstthew Mochel, John Nel
son and Neal Butterfield, seniors;
Lowell Grlbble. Adrian Schooler,
Murel Nehl. and Cletus Chapelle,
Coach Ray O. Wolf in present
Inr the awards briefly summarised
the season and sketched the pros
pects for next year. "
ESPEE COOPERATES .
Trannirs. Mar. -29. (Soeclal)
Cooperation ot the Southern Pa
cific railroad.. company has been
uchmia' for th Haveavllle Sundav
school convention at Brooks.." A
special flagman will be stationed
at the crossing. .
HOMEMAKERS MEET y
Plans for a four days free
komemakers' institute to be held
at Medford beginning April 10
have been completed.
The development ot a blight
less everbearing bean is announc
ed by E. E. Burtner of Duf nr.
The plant Is of the bush type.
WHAT WOULD A.
a t t . aai jr. aaw -w .
ex m . , . S . w -
It Would be - Surelywe
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; . your estate
.- and are especially organized, to take care
the next step? of it. "li " I"- ""'
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.r . " J- , . --. i : .
r . L. P. ALDRICHtSecretary - V
President . I .' JOS. ALBERT,1 .Trust Officer
Giro nine is:
STAYTON, Mar. 29 (Special) ,
iTiTfl Dmrntnr as-ed zz.-nrno
had been a resident in this local;
ity off and on ail his lire, was
instantly killed when struck by a
tauie ab sues nuca, uiv., -
anua aituvuuk lie uva w .
e a. H ir. ..a -
in "logging' camps for the past lf
Voir, anrl n nnailrif an -"
pert loader. He was raided en the
farm south of town,; his mother
dying when he was a small boy.
His father Ves Do wing. Med about '
- I . . J LJ.
lw orein axra. i; ran niaue jjib
horn Ail Id farm natil hia Aemth. '
h is surviTea y two sisters, .
Mrs.- Hazel Dominick, of Holly-;
wood. Cel.; Mrs. fieorra Frietar. :
nt MvrtUa Pnlnt anf Harrr nf TW.
trolt, alsp a 10 year old daughter, -Dorothy
of Williams, Calif. . ,
The body was brought to the
Weddle mortuary here Thursday
but funeral arrangements have not ;
been made as it was difficult to
locate one brother, Floyd, who
works In a camp near Myrtle
LARSONS RETURN HOME
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Larson and
sob, Ronald of Portland, who
have been visiting In Silverton for
ten days, left on . Wednesday
morning to return to their home.
While In Silverton they were with
Mrs. Ole Larson, and also with '
Mrs. Larson's parntS, MV and
Ted Hobart motored to Den
ning, Wash., Friday to spend the
weekend with his sister, Mrs. Paul
Dickey. Mrs, Dickey, who bat
been ill most of tbe winter, Js .
greatly -improved. On his return
Mr. Hobart stopped at LInnton to
spend a few hours with his broth,
Read How llus Medicme
, Helped Ttiis Woman
' Biminerd, Minn. -"I read -about
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
rtsner and I have
got great results
from . its tosie.
action at "the
Change ef Life.
Before I took it
I was nervous "
and at times I '
was too weak to '
do my honae--.
work. I was this
way aooavav jeauT
Baa now I Am all -
any jioubcwueb; auua av raum vutanea -
- - - - J. - -iJlm.
also, l must ssy mac iyaia jw xraa:
ham's Vegetable Compound has done
ifuourri ivr ana ua w wiiuiin av. ,
be without it. I sure can speak a
good word for it." Mas. Jim iSMrrAT, .
we JM. f, UMw, mm
Lydia Pinkham VefcUblc
For sale by " ;r k-' '
Nelson & Hunt Drug Store
Corner Covrt at Lioerty Tel. 7
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need only . suggest to. yorii.
wi etvsiibSa aaaaaaavwt
as executor and trustee
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