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The New OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, April 9. 1929
Nobody Injured, However,
as Crash Occurs Near..
' " Rickreall .'
RICKREALLi, April 8. (Spe-
clal) A Dodge sedan driven by a
man from Tillamook plnnged over
a 40 foot embankment while at
tempting to cross the little bridge
entering Rickreall coming north
from Monmouth. The accident oc
curred Friday afternoon at5 : 30,
Neither the, car nor the occu
pant were hurt in au.y way and
the townspeople and passing mo
torists who quickly gathered while
the ear was being extricated from
the. ravine, marveled because there
wad no damage done. The driver
, was following a stage which sud
denly slackened its speed at this
point and before the driver knew
It the front of the car was ever
tne bank. He then steered the car
to safety as he went down the
Mrs. Guy Aupperle Leader
of Women at Jefferson
JEFFERSON. April 8. (Spe
cial) The Missionary society of
the Christian church met in the
church parlors Cor. t its regular
meeting Friday aTteron, with
Mrs. Guy Aupperle m leader. The
subject for discussion was "Africa
In One Generation," in which all
of the members took part. At the
close of the meeting refreshments
were served by the hostesses, Mrs.
W. H. Gilmore and Mrs. Lee
Present were Mrs. S. R. Taudy,
Mrs. W. H. Sherman, Mrs. A. W.
Brown, Mrs. S. A. Pease. Mrs.
Fred-Waddle, Mrs. Robert Ter
hune, Mrs. Guy Aupperle, Eliza
beth Aupperle, Mrs. W. H. Gil
more and Mrs. Lee Wells.
In the baseball game played at
Philomath between the high
school team of Jefferson and the
team of Philomath, Friday, the
Philomath team- won by a score
of 20 to 16.
FROTTLAND. April 8. (Spe
cial) The FruHland basketball
tea"m was defeated by the Married
Men's Amusement club of Salem
Wednesday evening by a score of
35 to 29. The amusement club
showed an improvement over their
previous games, shooting baskets
from all angles of the floor. Carol
Pratt, center for Frultland, was
not able to play because of an
attack of pneumonia. Fruitland
put on Its last game of the season
Friday evening at the Y. M. C. A.
Ralph Branson: who has been
staying with- his grandfather, F.
A. Schroder and attending school
here, will return to his home in
Lincoln county sometime this
Hake Trip to Portland
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eggler
made a business trip to Portland
Sunday afternoon returning Mon
day night by way of Amity and
Calvin Hart has been moving to
his new home, formerly that of
Noble Andrews, for the past three
days. He is expected to take pos
session the first of Beit week.
Mrs. Kenneth Runner and her
mother-in-law were Wednesday
afternoon guests at the home of
Mrs. Fagg of this community.
Leon Brown has been busy for
the last few days setting out more
loganberry plants. He expects to
plant enough to Increase bis patch
to Ave acres. He Is expecting a
very good yield from his old
plants this summer.
Services on Sunday
Sunday services will be held as
usual this Sunday. Sunday school
at 10 a.m., preaching at 11 and
Christian Endeavor at 7:30 p.m.
Rev. E. G. Fogg, pastor.
John Kumm went to Tillamook
Tuesday afternoon on business. He
'Unexpected to telurn some time
Parks Take Group
Td Salem Contest
TURNER, April 8. Professor
Douglas Parks, commercial teach
er accompanied the following
students to the bookkeeping and
typing contest In Salem Saturday:
Kenneth and WHlard Bear. Wil
son Bauman, Marshall y&w.
Misses nru - I
Clandean Rowland and Harold 1
Smitn. , - - -
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THE OLD HOME TOWN
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KNOW HOW VoDRe
suffer im- but
danced if 1 can
think of any
Remedy but a
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THEN VpYEt EM TO COVBIt OPTHC BURHJ
AND MADE A MB55 Of VC AND AS A
LAST RESORT VMS BOIUED EMTTbeEr
THE DYE OUT- AND NOW 1 CANTOo
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FOUKS ALL UPSET EVEN DOC PlLLSQUV
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Crowd-Out as Woodburn Hi
Faculty Gives Benefit'
HEALTH WORKER IS
SILVERTON, April 5. The
monthly meeting of the Silverton
Parent-Teacher s association was
held in the high school assembly
room Thursday afternoon at three
o'clock. Mrs. Edson Comstock,
vice-president, presided in the ab
eence of Mrs. Hugh Walkup who
recently mored to Albany.
The program Included an ad
dress by Mrs. V. Gould Iff g of the
Marion county child health dem
onstration. Group songs were ren
dered by the boys and girls' chor
us of the junior high under the
direction of Mrs. Bennett.
The committee in charge of the
work of redecorating the lunch
room, gave the report that the
school board will have this, work
done during the summer vacation.'
Mrs. Hannan and Mrs. A. J.
Titus, committee in charge of the
rummage sale, announces that it
will be held on April 13. The sale
will be in progress during the en
tire day in the Pettyjohn building.
Anyone whtr have articles to do
nate to the sale are asked to com
municate with the committee, or
to leave them on April 12, in the
Mrs. Fred Baker and Mrs.. Clar
ence Morley were hostesses in
the Woodman hall Thursday af
ternoon, to the bi-monthly Royal
As a surprise to the members,
came the announcement of the
engagement of. Miss Elma.Nesh
eim to Ed Reede. Tiny cards,
bearing the news were placed "with
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Howell are
happy with a visit from their son,
who motored to Silverton from
California. He wfll spend some
time with his parents.
Miss Clarissa Brager, English
instructor in senior high school.
has been confined to her home
for several days with illness.
.SILVERTON. April-8. Little
Forrest Ellen, six year old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rltchey,
was rushed to the Doernbecker
hospital in Portland Thursday
morning in a critical condition as
the results of a complication
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caused by an attack of the influ
ent. Latest . reports state that
the child is holding her own. Her
mother has remained in Portland
and during her stay there will be
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Mariman. . -
The Aviation club of the Junior
high sponsored an airplane con
test, which closed last week.
Models of various types ships
were- made by the entries, and
were judged by Pilot Al Adams,
Charles Reynolds o ftbe Coolidge
McClalne bank, and R. F. Barker
of the Continental Airways of
-Elvln Almquist won first place
with his model, Perle -Bye was
placed second, and Robert Olsen
third. The three planes are on
exhibit In the window of Legard
and Adams on Main street. The
winner of the first prize lg en
titled to a free airplane ride with
Alfred Adams from the Silverton
The entire junior high school
staged a very "successful affcir
Friday night In the form of a big
one ring circus. Side shows were
built in the play shed of the Eu
gene Field building. Other stands
and the main ring were in the
At 11 Friday morning, the
event was advertised by a parade
of the head-line acts and floats
made by the various clubs of the
school. The floats were judged
for a first prise by George Steel
hammer, M. Cunningham -and
Charles Reynolds, which went to
Miss Wells' class.
The proceeds of the circus. wil
be used for new equipment for
Rev7 Close Has
Film Showing at
TURNER. April 8. A com
munity meeting was held at the
Methodist Episcopal church Fri
day evening with an address by
Rev. R. E. Close, showing the
motion ' picture," "The Trans
gressor. Mrs. Fred Mitchell and two
sons of Mill City spent the week.-'
end In Turner with friends.
J. F. Thomason. who has been
ill for a number of weeks Is able
to be ont meeting his friends.
BY SILVERTON LODGE
SILVERTON, April . Tri
phena Rebekah Lodge received
two members by initiation and one
by transfer at the regular lodge
session Thursday night.
Following the meeting, a very
delicious lunch which was plan
ned and served by the younger
members of the lodge, was enjoy
ed. The tables were decorated
with bowls of daffodils, and with
many lighted candles of a pale
green ahade whleh blended with
the apple green napkins, over eo
people were present.
A larre croup of Odd Fellows
and Rebekahs and their friends
attended the Marion county visit
ation held tn Salem Saturday
night whleh was held In the Fra
ternal temple. Many stayed for
the dance whleh followed the pro
' Mrs. Al Hemnalngsen. and
children, Lester nd Evelyn left
Silverton. on Thursday for San
Francisco, where she will spend
fortnight with her mother, Mrs,
L. C Hanson. -. ..; -
Anril 26 ts the date set for the
llulh anniversary of Odd Fellows
which will be celebrated by Silver
Lodsre and Trlphena Rebekah
lodge. A proclamation sent out by
the Grand Sire, requests all lodges
in the jurisdiction to commemor
ate this anniversary.
Mesdames Lerfald. Minnie Ben
nett, Sylvia Allen and Myrtle
Stewart have been eiectea ny in
nhena Rebekah Lodge as dele
gates to the Rebekah Assembly
which will be neia in aieaiora
May 22, 23. 24.
Adds 3 to Staff
fiiTVTCRTON. Anrll S Sne-
elal) The Homeseekera agency
has recently added to tneir saies
force, three new representatives.
Fred Meni, K.-c. Maasen ana uuy
E. CL Olsen, field manager,
states that prospects look very
promising for Silverton -and the
near-by districts for this coming
WOODBURN, April 8. Tuley
P. Otto, popular science teacher
at the high school; brought spasms
of laughter from an audience of
over 400 by his characterization
of Paul Brown, a struggling
yoang author, in the play, "Fifty
Fifty," given in the high school
auditorium Friday evening by the
faculty of Woodburn high school.
Ronald Burnett, as bis pal, a
struggling artist, also drew much
applause by his acting.
V. D. Bain, as an Irish janitor.
and Miss Ava Conner, as a land
lady, likewise were popular with
the audience. Miss Virginia Ma
son, as an art collector, started
the two heroes on their way to
success wh.en she bought a paint
ing upside down and thus sug
gested to the author the Idea of
writing bis stories upside down.
Miss Laura Ruggless,.as a report
er and detectlTe, furnished addi
Other members, of the cast In
cluded Miss Helen Washbtfrn, is
Sophie Bland, a Spanish dancer,
Ray O. Wolf, as Smudge, a -negro
valet, Milton Oralapp, as a wan
derer and Miss Helen Andrews, as
Josephine, a seeker who finally
found what she sought In the
The play was eoached by Mrs.
Rath F. Rfaoten and .was given
for the benefit of the Wohisean,
annual publication of the high
The high school orchestra,' dif
rected by Mrs. Rhoten, played be-
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fore and after the play. Between
act numbers" were, vocal solo.
"Rosea of Picardy?, and ."Four
Leaf Clover," by Miss Fern Wad-
worth; vocal duet. Mrs. V, D.
Bain and Miss Ruth Holt; and a
reading. "I'd RathTr Be a Horn"
by Russell Guise, Mrs. Jack Han
son was accompanist.
After the play the faculty were
given flowers by the student body.
TURNER, April 8. Mrs. John
Ransome entertained Friday af
ternoon for the M. E. Ladies' Aid
society tea. After a program of
literary numbers and games, a
dalsty lanch was served.
Present were Mesdames M. A.
Hill. N. Gunning. B. Roberta. W.
A. Martin. C. A. -Bear, C. W. Hew
itt, I. Putnam, H. Barnett. . R.
Earl, Earl Prather, A. L. Bear, L.
Small, W. Smith. Mrs. J. Ransom
and Mrs. Hewitt and Miss Lavcrae
Hewitt were the hostess commit
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Edwards
entertained Sunday with a family
dinner for their children, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Lester "Sande of Salem,
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Edwards
and Stacy and Robert, their
younger sons at home. Also two
nephews and their wives, Mr. and
Mrs. Neal Edwards of Salem and
Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Edwards of
MRS. JEWELL HONORED
O..S. C, April Mrs. J. R.
Jewell, wife of Dean Jewell, well
known In Oregon educational cir
cles, Jias succeeded Mrs. John
Rlersek as president of the advis
ory council of the T. W. C. A.
This group assists the girls with
practical administrative problems.
52517 BUDGET PUT
UP Br CITY CHURCH
Woodburn Presbyterians Re-
Elect Three Elders for
- 3 Year Term
WOODBURN. April 8. The
Woodburn Presbyterian church
held its annual meeting Thursday
evening In the church basement
following a potluck supper' and a
short entertainment consisting of
a playlet by Mrs. W. F. Norman
and Mrs. 'Opal Massey and two
readings by Miss Jessie Sims.
Rev. Henry G. Hanson presided
and Mrs. W; F. Norman acted as
clerk at the meeting. Elders re
elected for three years were H. F.
Orr and Sam R. Cairnes. Donald
Orr was elected elder to complete
the unexpired term 'of Aw E. Lon
don who resigned recently.
Reports showed that a total of
2517 were spent for local and
charity work last year by the
church, and that the thurch debt
had .been reduced $100. Consid
erable improvement on the church
was also done last year. A bud
get of $1795 was approved for the
At present the - church - has a
membership of 116 and the Sun
day school an enrollment of 122.
BY SILVERTON MAN
SILVERTON, April T.Prof.
Warren E. Crabtree, instructor
in Smith - Hughes agricultural
courses, recently shJwed motion
pictures which h had made him
self, of the school boy at work
at their, various farm projects.
This will be the first of a numbt-r
of reels which Mr. Crabtree will
make of farm work, showing a
continued record of theboys' ac
The raising of corn and pottato
crops were shown. thi pictures
having been taken during the
Sheep and poultry projects
were also shown. Eldon Fox, sen
ior, who has 5?eclalited with
Shropshire sheep, and James Neal '
poultry raiser. hav both made
successful venturer with their
work, and through this method of .
showing the results, much prac
tical good will b accomplished.
Turner Woman at
INDEPENDENCE. April .
The Woman's Firin Missionary
society of the Methodist church
met Friday at the home of M
Ingermanssen. After a very in
teresting program ia which sev
eral of the member participated,
a dainty lunch was served.
The rarious groups of Camp
Fire girls will giva a program in
the grade school auditorium next
Wednesday evening and is being
sponsored by tb- board of spon
sors. The program follows: ad
dress of welcome, A. C. Moore,
president of the board; group of
Camp Fire motion songs, Mrs. W.
A. Barnum's group; play by Mien
Kimball's group; interpretive
dance by Ruth Pepper; group of
folk dances, Mrs. Harry Keeney'a
group; violin solo. Grace Maurine
Mitchell; skit from Pierrot and
Pierrot. Marion Barnum's group
solo by Mrs. Roland Johnson;
reading from O. Henry by Rev.
William Schoeler; number by Mrs.
R. W. Parker's group. A free will
offering will be'taken at the pro
at Cash Prices
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