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" The New OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Saturday, Morning; -April C 1929
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Miss Irene Morley Named
to Play on Orchestra
SILVERTON. Apr. S Miss Irene
Morley. Silverton high, school
student will represent the local
hieh school in an orchestra whose
members will be selected from
western high school3,for the In
land Empire teachers conference
which is to be held in Spokane
- soon. This conference Includes
''Ifschool officials from all middle
3 "west and western states.
t" Miss Morley is an accomplished
W w 1U lULia Vv a)U una irvcucu fTxauw
recognition locally. She will be
one ot a Terr lew wno win rep
resent Oregon schools in the per
sonnel or toe orcnesira. Mrs. r-a-wfa
Tinglestad will accompany
Miss Morley to Spokane.
Ladles of the American Legion
auxiliary were hostesses Tuesday
night to a benefit card party In
the city armory. Nearly .30 tables
were in play during the evening
where both "500" and bridge were
Violln numbers by Fred Baker
and a vocal solo by Zelda- Parrish
were rendered during the eve
ning. Miss Eugena Russell : ac
companied. High score for ladles
in oriage was won uj mi v. uevign
Hnbbs. and high score for men
went to Dr. Woodbonse. - The
prises for high score at the-'50'
tables went to Mrs. Stanley Hand
tnrA and Austin Eastman. v
Following the play In the club
rooms,' .refreshments were served
In the banquet room.
A large sum was made which
will go to thelugx fund of the
Larsons To Spokane
A. L. Larson, Silverton Jeweler,
resigned his. position as choir di
rector of the Trinity church this
week, a place which, ae has held
for a number of years. Mr. Larson
Is disposing of his Jewelry stock,
and expects to leave some time
p.11 LtJAlh' for Galata, Mont.,
where he owns a, large ranch. His
famUv will remain In Sflverton
for the remainder of the school
year before Joining Mr.: Larson.
Hal Campbell has moved his
music studio from the Jack build
ing to a residence on East Fifth
Mr.' and Mrs. D. fiavenport are
closing their home on, Cherry
street, and have moved 16 Salem,
wW thev will be with .Mrs.
Davenport 'a mother, Mrs. Foster
for a time. Mrs. FosteT Tecenuy
fell and injured her back' to such
an extent that she Is Minable to
walk. Her daughter win care ror
tier la her own home. During their
parents' absence, Delbert will live
at the Roy Davenport . home,
whll Merle will be with his grand
mother. - , ' "
A number of SilTertott teachers
will be In Monmouth Saturday to
attend an educational conference
which will be in session there.
Sup. Robert , Goetx and other
each-era will go to Stayton where
a county Institute Is to be held on
this same day.,
RID Mi'S TO
RICKEY, Apr. 61 Special )
Mrs. Marie Kelly and Miss Edna
Ferry have been re-elected to teach
Eveline Hoots had her finger
badly crushed Sunday. -
Hiiil Macree won the nrize of
fered to the third and fourth
grades for making the best bird
D. D. Schob was a Salem visitor
Orven Tryslle took a truckload
f potatoes to Salem 'the first of
n. A. Harris nnrehased a regis
tered Durham bull from Don Ka
Bros, of AumsTllle, recently.
A. Lents of Maeleay visited B
B. Gesner Monday. - - -
J Mr. and Mrs. H. McMillin and
daughter Beverly were gusets of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Lendbeck of Au-
ftnm WMtnadlT. "
Mr. .andMxs. M. Magee and
daughters Margaret ana . nasei
spent .Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Claudo MeCully. " . i -
Mr, and Mrs. M. Connely and
daughter of "Auburn spent Easter
with Mrs. Connely'a mother Mrs.
Richardson. , . " , .
NAVE GALA AFFAIR
CHEMAWA, Apm 5. A chick
en supper, an exceptional quilt to
be sold, fine musiJ and dancing
are scheduled for Chemawa Wood
men and their friends for Satur
day oTenhnv April I, at their big
hall hert. -.r
.The cunt.'" which Is hand em
broidered with autographs of M.
W. A. members Is not only-artistic
Keizer Teachers .
KEISER,"Apr 4. AH teachers
for the idhoofc here were rehired
hired at the last. meeting pt the
Um n.niv Tnrter. was reelect
ed principal and wlT return for
her fifth year. She ha charge of
the entlro school and teaches the
aerenth and eighth grades, -5
- Mrs.- Eva Kelso was elected to
teach the fifth and sixth grade.
Mrs. Carl Beardsley to Uach the
third tand fourth grades and Mrs.
Charlotte Jones to teach, the first
and second grades. The former
two teachers aro starting their
third Ter here next fall. . : J .
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THE OLD HOME TOWN
A ;.-. xYlV j)J3(?M'rmTr eoiuN ought
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'7V- r P ' ivJ'Wtr jO HIS HEAD ' "THAT STRPN1ft
AUNT SARAH PEA&OCrr COMES T
9 : y' ASENT DAD KFYES RKQje, AN ATTEMPTS
Z&L2 ' FvCVT "TO HELP HIM 5eTRlDor THOSfS' TRfiMtBLBT
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RUSTY W& ARE
FORCED INTO FEET
Zena Man, Trying to Extri
bate Ooe Nail, Steps
ZENA.- April 5. R. Grimm, of
Lincoln, had an unusual acci
dent recently when he punctured
both feet with rusty nails almost
simultaneously. Mr. Grimm has
been remodeling a house on the
property which .he purchased In
Lincoln during,' the winter and
stepped On a rusty nail which pro
truded from a board lying on the
ground while trying to extricate
the nail from his foot he put the
other foot down on a nail also.
The' wounds have been very pain
ful but are healing nicely now.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Scott en
tertained a group I from Aberdeen.
Wn., this week at their Zena home.
The party Included two nelces of
Mrs. W. T.-Stfbtt. Mrs. Jerry Walk
er and Mrs. Willis Hopkins., and
their children Paul,. Barbara and
Mary walker and Frances. Mary
and Billy Hopkins.
Mrs. Alvin Madsen " and . two
sons,' Richard and, Robert of Lin
coln, were week-end guests at the
home of her parents, M if and Mrs.
Stewart of Albany.
HI 0000 TIE
INDEPENDENCE, April g.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. VIolette and
daughter. Margaret, attended the
Easter service in Salem First
church Sunday evening.
The Booster's dub met at the
home of Mrs. J. B. Violette Wed
nesday evening. I
E. G. Ranton. Mesdames Mary
and Carrie Smiley of Indepen
dence and George! C Berreman. a
teaher : ia the normal school In
Monmouth, motored to Eugene
Thursday. . , j - - -
DR. McOORMICH; tTO SPEAK
The Sunday school will meet
at ten . o'clock next Sunday. Dur
ing, the worship hour at 11, Dr.
J. D. McCormlck of Kimball
School of Theology, Salem, "will
preach on the subject. "What ft
means to be a Christian." The
pastor will preach at Buena Vista.
The Junior and Epwerth League.!
meet at .C:30. .. The Juniors --will
elose their Scripture finding eon-
test.- .. i -:;.
The evening service Is to be an
Inspirational meeting In charge of
vae pastor wno vui oeuver a mes
sage on The Heart and Hands et
Christ." There will be special
maalc, E. G. , Ranton : ia minister.
MONMOUTH. Apr. S (Special)
Oregon Normal school debaters
have won 10 and lost six debates
out of sixteen in which they have
participated this season. -
victories were won over Oregon
State college. Pacific college. Lin-
fleld college, Pacine university.
Albany college. Southern Oregon
norma and Oregon State college
freshman team. ,,-!. -
The ' woman's team - members
aro Lols MitchelL Multnomah;
Mrs. Golda Wickham, Roseburg;
Ida Bennett. PhDomath; Vlrgiala
Thompson, Nyasa The men's team
members are Carl Rasmussea, 8t.
Paul; Eugene Dove, Rainier; .Lyle
Thomas. Salem: Wlnfield Atkln-
- - jiiyvuci fuvututv ricvBii;
show Vj everybody's surprise that
Chicago' Is -second to Detroit in
the number of 'homicldea In the
big cities, and Is way behind Mem-
phis In homicides In proportion to
population. This shows what good
advertising will do for a town.
Jeffersoa Review.-:. ; . -'. , ;.
GOOD RECORD fit
New Home Being
Erected For Use
Oi Normal School
MONMOUTH. Apr. 8 (Special)
Mrs. Lillian R. Gray, housemo
ther of a sorority house at Eugene,
has purchased a vacant lot of V.
E. Silcott en the southwest corner
of Main and Monmouth avenue.
This Is one of the most valuable
vacant corners In town, with a
SS foot frontage on the avenue
and 104 feet depth on Main street.
Excavation waa commenced Thurs
day mroning for a two-story build
ing on same. George Gray of Sa
lem. Is also lnteresetd In the build
ing project and also Mrs. A. J.
Richardson, Mrs. Gray's mother
of Independence. The transaetioa
was handled by Guy H. Deming.
BROOKS. April K. Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil V. Ashbaugb and child
ren. Kraid. Tray and Kreta Fae
Ashbaugb went to Vancouver,
Wash.. Saturday, where they were
guests of Mrs. Ashbaugh's brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Millard Johnston and family. They
returned home Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Harris, Mr.
and Mrs. Sylvester A. Harris and
daughter Miss Lavon Harris and
Albert Harris were dinner guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Crawford In Salem, on Monday
evening. The occasion being the
first birthday of little Kenneth
Crawford. Others present were
Miss Dora Foulrich, Gene Silky,
and Barbara Jean Crawford.
Mrs. George Ferrel spent Tues
day, as guest of her niece; Mrs.
Virgil Xoomls and family. Mrs.
Loomls has been ill the past week
but Is much better.
Mrs. Sylvester Harris haa re
ceived word of the death of her
grandfather Joseph Hette, of Mc
Donald, Pennsylvania. March II.
. Week-end guests at N the home
of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bailey were
Mrs. Bailey's mother Mrs. George
Cluff and daughter Rachel Claff
of Duchesne, Utah, and Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Robertson of Wallace,
Idaho, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Webber of 'Astoria, and Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Cluff of Silverton. Miss
Cluff Mrs.. Robertson, Mrs. Web
ber are sisters and Mr. Clutr, a
brother of Mrs. Bailey.
:: JEFFERSON. April 8. Miss
Pearl Miller and Paul Kotthotf
surprised their . many friends by
going to - Vancouver Friday eve
ning, where they -were quietly
married Saturday at 11 o'clock at
a Judge's office. These young peo
ple are .well known In this .vicin
ity. Mrs." Kotthotf Is the popu
lar teacher of the Miller , school,
and Mr. Kotthof f Is a son of Mr.
andJJrs. ; W.' A. Eotthoff. , prom
inent Jeferson people. Their many
friends extend best wisher to them
throughout their married life.
. JW. J. Looney is confined to his
bed oh account-of illness. .
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Buchan
an of Salem were guests of their
aunt. Mrs. Rosa Buchanan Mon
day, evening. '
Jefferson Names :
Jefferson, April s.-Laara
KJha, Anna Klampe and Maxlne
ChUes , - wet e elected delegates
from the Christian Endeavor so
ciety of the Evangelical church to
attend the state , Christian En
deavor convention at Salem. April
lt-M. r ;; 5-r "tii;
Harry Kessler of Portlan d Is
stopping at Hammils Camp., while
he Is engaged ia peeling piling.
DllUS SCHOOLS TO
hive Mir soon
New LiCreole Stadium
be Ready for Annual
-Event May 10
. DALLAS April 5.- The annual
spring pageant of local schools
will be held May 10. The contest
for May Queen wflT start at once
An added Interest Is given to
the May ' fete by reason of con
struction . of the new La Creole
stadium. -Oscar Holms, the eon-
tractor has promised to have the
stadium ready for this Interesting
Training of the large east for
the fete has already begun. Miss
Dorothy White, who has this work
ia charger promises something new
and very attractive in the way of a
pageant this year. The costuming
of the many school - pupils who
take part in it, will be cared for
fvom tho proceeds of the Toting
contest for a queen.
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Brooks Home is
Scene for Visit
BROOKS, Apr. I (Special)
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cofflndaffer
entertained at dinner on Easter
Sunday the following guests: Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Molsan. and Hub
ert Molsan of Portland, Mrs. Mary
Molsan, Mrs. Charles Molsan and
daughter Evelyn, Miss Mabel
Lowe, Blllie Cofflndaffer. Kurds
and 'Glen Cofflndaffer. . Other
guests in the afternoon were Mr.
and Mrs. G. J.- Molsan. : and son,
Benjamin and Miss Fern Wads
worth of Gerrals.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Ramp en
tertained at dinner on Easter Sun
day. Mrs. Ramp's father Mr. TJ. C.
Loran of Waconda, Earl Ramp,
Cleo Ramp and Leo Ramp.
Mr, and Mrs. Albert Nys of Jef
ferson were guests of Mrs. Nys'
mother Mrs. Mary Molsan Tues
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Aspinwau
and family have moved from
Brooks to the xarm of Mr. and
Mrs. Ti C. Brtxey.
- - Mrs.' C'A. Bailey's brother-in-
law and ssiter, Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ertson left Monday for their home
in Wallace, Idaho, after spending
La few days la Brooks. Miss Rachel
Claff accompanied them home. -
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I ' DougKton & Sh'erwin
'lr4l SiSS"1 ! ' 288 N. Commercial St. r ' "
Crowd. Out to . HayesviHe
District Gathering at
BROOKS, Apr. 6 (Special)
A large erowd attended the Hayea
vUle district Sunday school con
vention which was held In Brooks
Methodist . church last 8dnday.
The meeting was in charge of the
district president. Mrs. Charles
Cady of -Auburn. -The principal
speaker In the morning was Prof.
W. H. Hertzog. aad O. O. Epley
of Brooks led the singing. A bas
ket dinner' was served at noon in
the dining room , of the school-
house. ; .
T. S. Mackiaxie led the singing
In the afternoon, and Mrs. H. F.
Shanks spoke on "Little Drops of
Water. Little Grains of Sand," 11-
loctrating her talk by presenting
a group, representing the differ
ent ages of childhood. Miss Edna
Holder gave a t very Interesting
talk on "World Service." Miss
Holder Is a recently returned mis
sionary from Indian. The closing
sermon was given by Rev. Fred
C. Taylor of Salem.
In the Junior room' the main
feature was the display of. posters
of the 'prophesies and life . of
Christ. Of the tea schools who en.
tered posters. HayesvillO won first
place, and' for Individual posters
Miss LaVern Cain won first, place.
f Mrs Ralph Sturgis entertained
the Brooks Camp Fire girls at
party nl her home north of Brooks
Saturday afternoon. Delicious re
freshments were served by the
hostess. Present were Miss Doris
Wood. Miss Edna Lesher, Miss
Margaret Wood. Miss Gladys Otto,
Miss Emmallne Sears, Miss Ina
Lesher, Miss Hattle Ramp, and
Miss Ernamae Sturgis and the
The Brooks . Community club
was entertained at the home of
Mrs. B. F. Ramp Thursday after
noon.- The afternoon waa. spent
piecing on an endless chain quilt
and in social conversation. : Re
freshments were served by the
hostess assisted by Mrs.. John Dan-
lavy and Mrs. Rollle Ramp. Plans
were made td hold a social club
gathering at night. In the near
future. The next meeting of the
club will be held at the home of
Mrs. Willard Ramp In Brooks.
OFFICIAL VISIT IS
HUBBARD. April 8. Mrs. Car-
tie M. Knight, grand chief of the
Pythian sisters, made an official
visit to the Arion Temple at Hub-.
bard Tuesday evening. A large
attendance was present at the
:S0 o'clock ehlcken dinner and
for the evening session. A spe
cial committee, Mrs. Ella Stauffer,
Mrs. Cora Smith, and Mrs. Rilla
Zeek. prepared the dinner.
Knights and Ladies' Initiation
waa exemplified by the officers
and a fancy drill was given by the
staff. Under the good ot the or
der, Mrs. Knight gave an address
stressing the work being done by
the order after which she was pre
sented with a gift from the temple
by Miss Anito Bevens, most excel
Hubbard Boys in
Game Winners By
Score of 25-10
HUBBARD, April 5. The Hub
bard grade boys defeated the Mo
lalla grade boys In a game of
baseball at Hubbard Wednesday
afternoon. The score was 25 to
10. The Hubbard boys who
played in the game were Henry
Leffler, Ralph Dlmlck. Elvis Rich.
Leo Zelinski. Gerald Hershberger,
Garfield Voget. Marion Carl. Mar
vin Bailey and Jack Mooma. Ar
thua Meyers coached the team.
The Hubbard grade girls' team
was defeated by the Molalla girls
la a baseball game proceeding the
boys' game. W. E. Dillon, prin
cipal ot the Molalla grade school,
accompanied the visiting teams.
PI HUBBARD LODGE
Miss Halvorsen I
MONMOUTH. April I. MI
Esther Halvorsen, daughter of t&e
lata Sirs. Mary Halvorsen of this
City., was married March 13. at
the Osbnrn hotel at Eugene, to
Fred L. Chandler of Aberdeen,
Wash. Rev. D. H. Leech, minis
ter of the First Methodist Episco
pal church at Albany, read the
service before a group of 20 rel
atives and friends.
The bride was charm ingly
gowned la an ensemble of blue
printed chiffon with corsage ot
violets and rosebuds. There were
no . attendants. ' An Informal
luncheon and reception followed
Mist Halvorsen Is an alumna of
Oregon Normal aeaoet and was,
with her mother and sisters, a
resident of Monmouth for many
years. She Is now a faculty mem
ber of the Theodore Roosevelt
high school, Eugene.
Mr. and Mrs." Chandler will re
side In an apartment at the Os
bnrn until June, when they will
make their permanent home at
Aberdeen where Mr. Chandler is
CLOVERDALE, Apr. (Spe
cial) rBen Wiper and Ivan Had
ley were shearing goats at ' Ivan
Hadley's place Wednesday.
Mr. Garner la slowly improving
but still confined to his bed.
Mrs. Jessie Cray Moored and
little daughter, Mrs. Baker Griffin,
Mrs. Claad A&Jiby and Mrs. Baker
of Salem were visiting at the Gar
ner home Tuesday.
Mrs. Fliflet and Miss Fllflet of
Salem spent Tuesday evening with
Mrs. A. Kunke.
Mrs. Will Morris is at Aumsrllle
with her mother Mrs. Brlnkman
who Is very sick.
The W. C. T. U. met Wednesday
with Mrs. Mae Cook ae hostess.
There were about twenty members
and visitors present. They spent
the day visiting and piecing quilt
blocks for the hostess. A lovely
diner was served at the noon hour.
A short program was enjoyed after
the business hour.
Mrs. Clara Massey of Klamath
Falls arrived In Salem Wednes
day and drove out to Cloverdale
to see her sister Mrs. A. Kunke
and get her mother Mrs. Fllflet,
who lives in Salem but waa here
attending the W. C. T. U. meeting.
Yes! Needles and
Tongues Are Both
, Kept Very Busy
LAKE LABISH, April 4. A
score of Royal Neighbors with
flying needles and tongues are as
sembled at the George Campbell
homo -this week at a big double
quilting and . an impromptu din
ner. . Two quilts are the stint set by
matrons for, accomplishment at
the next meeting.
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1928 Durant "55w Broo
; sham 1232.00 down, per
month , ..45.9C
1925 Chevrolet Coach
1100.00 down, per month..$18.70
1927 Star Tonrin--T110.(0
- down, per month . ..$22.60
1927 Star 6 Sedan $175.00
down, per month H... $35.69
" . sfVi.' M Jt ""7 "7. r to give you thousands ,
v COlTie Ul arUl See ofiiulesofreliabletrouble.tWesrTice.
Small down payment . ..Easy terms ...Trade-iris accepted
255 N. Church Street
H. E. SHADE "
SILVERTON, April B A num
ber of the members of the Relief
Corps of the Silverton chapter
wSl attend the meeting of the
Marlon County Veterans' associ
ation which is to be held in Wood
burn Friday. April S. Among those
who expect to attend are: Anna
Reese. Eva Reese, Nellie-Reese,
Elsie Simral, Edna Brown. Fannie
Drake, Mrs. Henry Schroader,
Nora Jeischke, Mrs. R. F. Gourlie,
Minnie Mulkey, Delle Phelps and
The association holds three dis
trict meetings a year, - in April,
August and in December. The
August meeting will be held in
0m tiGUEO mum?.
EVERY used car in our splendid selection is priced
to sell. We must reduce our inventory to permit
more trade-ins on new Durant Fours and Sixes. Buy
now save on a standard make, late model used ear
1928 Nash Cotrpe$265.00
down, per month .u.;.$52.7f
1925 Ford Coupe $80.00
down, per month.. ...$15.95
1926 Ford Roadster$90.00
down, per month ., . ..$14j94
1927 Chevrolet Sedan. !
$175.00 down, per month..$35.69
No Brokerage or Interest added to the above pri
ALL CARS SOLD A8
SOME of our fine used cars carry new
ear guarantees. AH cars are mechanic- r '
C J. TAYLOH
Silverton as Is the. usual "custom.
Definite plans are. how under
way for the observation, of' Na
tional Music week, which Is o be
recognised the Hrst week In May.
Mrs. Gertrude Cameron is chair
man of the music committee.
Party of Friends
At Lake Labish
For Day's Visit
LAKE LABISH. April I. Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Worthlngtoa aad
children, Elaine. June, Paul. Jes--sie
and Dale, Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Hunt and daughter Helen, all ot
Zena and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Burns and daughters. Viola and '
Marion of West Salem formed a
party which motored to Lake La-,
bish andv spent Easter day at the
home of" Mr. and Mrs. McClury. .
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n. J. WOOLEY.