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The New OREGON STATESMAN, Salecu Oregon, Friday Morning. April 19, 1929
Dallas American Legion Flamming July 4th Celebration
- PAC3 TWO
No Celebration Held Since
1925; Sentiment Favors
jV One This Year
DALLAS. April IS. The Amer
icas Legion discussed the pros
peets of having a Fourth of July
celebration here this year. Au
thorization was made for a com
mittee to take up the matter and
report baek at the next meeting.
' Since Dallas has not held a cele
bration on the Fourth of July
since 1925, there has been much
sentiment favorable to such a
move this year.
The Legion, through Its agree
ment with Independence and
Monmouth posts, will aot hold an
Armistice celebration here this
year so it is rery probable that it
will be- arranged to hold a Fourth
of July celebration semi-annually
on the years when the Armistice
celebration is held elsewhere.
A - baseball game,' , a walking
race and many other interesting
eye nts could be arranged for the
occasion, if the post committee
farors such a celebration.
Jack Hayes, manager of the
American Legion team to play in
the Twilight league is also chair
man of the Junior baseball com
mittee and is making plans to put
out some teams that will compete
in the state league which Is spon
sored by the Legion, as part of a
FOR HAPPY MEET
ZENA. April 18. Mr. and Mrs.
S. H. Barker and Mr. and Mrs.
Roy E. Barker and son Sammy
Joe of Zena were visitors Sunday
evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Woelke of Salem. Mrs.
Woelke, formerly Miss Mary Phil
lips, Just returned from the hos
pital with her new baby daugh.
ter. Mrs. Woelke is a niece of Mrs.
S. H. Barker and was born in
Zena and spent the greater part
of her ctaildhodd days here.
Mr. and Mrs. L. X. Crawford
and two daughters Alice and Wil
ms visited at the homes of Mr.
and Mrs. Gilbert Wynkoop and Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Crangle in Sa
lem Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Wyn
koop is a cousin of Mrs. Crawford
and Mr. Crangle an uncle.
Farm Overseer Visits
M. Roldridge, farm overseer at
the institution for the feetle mind
ed, was a Sunday visitor at the
home of his son-in-law and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Merrick.
Mr. Holdredge is well known here,
having been a resident of this and
neighboring communties for a
number of years.
Maurice Shepard who has been
In Zena on a thirty day furlough
returned to Vancouver Barracks i
this week. While on his furlou.h!
he was disabled by falling from a i
loft to the barn floor below and he i
fractured one wrist, badly sprain-
ed the other and suffered bruises j
and abrasions about the face and (
neck. He Is reported to be r?cov- j
ering the use of his wrists. The (
young man is eldest son of Mr.
and Mrs. R. S. Shepard of Zena
'and is a member of Company 1,
Seventh Infantry stationed at Van
20 Lodge Members
Attend Star Meet
SILVERTON. April 18. Over
twenty Silverton members motor
ed to Stayton Tuesday evening to
attend the district convention of
the Easter Star. Chapters from
Stayton, Silverton.Turner and Mill
City were represented, and each
lodge assisted in putting on the
work. Silverton lodge conducted
the balloting on applications.
Bess Setters, worthy grand ma
tron from Astoria was present at
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415 Leghorn Hens
SILVERTOX, April 18.
E. Z. Kanx man. poultry rata,
er la East Silverton thews ta
his yearly record, what can
be done with chtckeas la the
From 413 White Leghorn
bens, he received 91.SS1
eggs. The amooat take la
daring the year en eggs am
oaated to S3.0S9.0S frees his
flock, end f40 from the call
hems; 1 wae spent
a feed. -
Mr. JCaafvtaa a eae of tie
meet eeieetlfle aoaltry pce
daeers la western Oregon,
ad has made exteaalve atn
die ef the methods of feed,
in aad breeding.
Mr. Kaafmaa wae alse a
member of the eight eearae
offered te poultry breeders
la the Sflvertea district;
through Prof. Warren E.
Crabtree, aad the Smith.
Hughes agricultural system.
His farm la always epea te
WACOKDA. April 18. Mrs.
Aron Nusom . entertained .the
"Treasure Seekers," a girls' club
recently" at her home west of Wa
conda. Garnet Larkins joined the
club and Vivian Heiaer was re
instated and both were initiated
into full membership. Plans were
outlined for future work and the
afternoon was spent on fancy
work. Refreshments were served
at the close of the meeting to a
Mrs. F. J. Ingram was a recent
guest of Mrs. Ellsworth Hubbard.
Recent guests at he home of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Simmons were
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Dencer andjson
Cecil of Salem, and Mr. and Mrs.
Miller and family and F. Smith of
U. C. Lerah was a recent guest
of his daughter and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Willard Ramp in Brooks.
Clifton Hugh Evans, who died
in Salem on April 3 was born and
raised near Waconda. He attend
ed the Mission Bottom and Eld
ridge public schools and later
going to business college in Port
land. He was married to Daisy
Beers on March 21, 1894, who
with four children survive. In
terment was in the Cltyview ceme
tery. MISS XESHEI.M TEACHES
SILVERTON, April 18 Miss
Florence Nesheim substituted on
Monday afternoon and Tuseday
morning in the junior high In Miss
Harriet Sage's general science
classes. On Thursday and Friday
Miss Nesheim took classes for Miss
Eaden, in the Eugene Field build
ing. NOW PLAYING
Today and Saturday
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Enlistments to be Filled
Soon for Summer Camp
STLTERTON, April it. Tues
day night, April If, the regular
pay night far Company -I- ef the
It lad Infantry, Captala Henry
Hutton, paymaster, paid tit 11.
02i.4T to the sixty-three members
which Is a quarter of the annual
pay-roll. Two new members were
taken la. and four new prospects
were lined up. Inactive members
will be transferred to the "inac
tive list. to make room for the
Captala Hntton recently receiv
ed n citation from the regimental
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MANNY NATHAN OTHERS
commander, which places Com
pany Mr fifth la the state, for the
By Hay 1, It In expected that
the enlistments will be closed, at
which time the fan quota of men
will begin their six weeks drill
before coins to summer camp at
Camp Clatsop, near Astoria. Sixty
men are allowed In the company,
and they will leave Silverton on
- Fraakle Becker, camp cook last
Myear. haa signed np for the II 2
: Mrs W. T. Xreas ef Victor
Point spent Monday la Stive rt en
as the guest of Mrs. C. R. Nesa
alm. At the regular meeting; of the
Silver Cliff Parent-Teacher nsso.
elation, which will be held at su
rer Cliff on Friday evening. Miss
Elm a Nesheim will accompany
Mrs. Krens for several vocal solos.
Curtis Nesheim spent the week
end at the farm homo of his sister
Mrs, L. F. Eageman at Marquam.
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; HAZEL OREEN. April If.
Those who naked first for the
seventh month are: fifth grade
Juno Dunigan, sixth grade Earl
fohnson, eeventh grade Alfred
Zellnskl, eighth grade Glen
They will bo represented nt the
eonnty spelling contest by: third
grade Marvin Van Cleave, fourth
grade Kimt Tada. fifth grade Emt
tada. sixth grade. Symlo Mioh.
eighth grade Tasuro Tada and
The honor roll Includes those
who have not been absent or tar
dy, average above 80, deportment
80. Advanced room: Ruth Mon
tandon, Charlotte Van Cleave, Lu
cille Dunigan. Earl Johnson. Tat
turo Tada, Violet Van Cleave,
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ly witkhfatrecsorsgettiiigtoe te try thatT lie states, mmmd
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lfasr tractor owners fceve
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Dorothy Montandon, Florin Zel
lnskl. Alfred Montandon, Victor
Williamson. Elmer Johnson. Al
fred Zellnskl, Clarence Zellnskl.
Helen Davis. Nora Rutherford.
Primary Room: Geneva Van
Cleave; Gertrude Zellnskl. Lavon
Bundrldge. Carrie Lucanbeal.
Toshlnyl Toshekol, Katheiine
Montandon. Bernice Johnson. Al
ice Montandon. BUlle LucanbeaL
Richard Van Cleave. Edward Ta
da. Kay Mlo. Tom Mlo. Klml Ta
da, Maxlne Wolf. Clinton Wtmp
ler, Frank Johnson Jr.
MOTOR TO LETtANOX
SILVERTON. April 18 George
Canoy and family, and Mr. Can
ys mother, Mrs. Buckner, and
his sister, Mlas Ruby Buckner.
motored to Lebanon to spend the
weekend with relatives there. Mrs
Buckner and Miss Ruby are spend
ing the summer with the Canoy
family, coming here from St. Lou
1927 OAKLAND 4-DOOR SEDAN
This car has had the best of care; has run but few miles;
equipped with bumpers, snubbers, S. & M. fog light, new
tires, new Willard batfery; 1929 license
and in A-l condition in every respect jf P OD
1928 CHEVROLET COACH
80 new original rubber; car runs and performs like new; r Of
real value at . ..I - eDilaW
1927 WHIPPET COACH
Equipped with bumpers, snubbers, new tires; OlAI
finish 90 new; A-l throughout V O
1927 STAR 6 COUPE
This car is in good condition throughout AA
and has all the transportation left in it - tyrtO
1925 OVERLAND COUPE
New Duco finish; 90 new rubber; upholstering A-l; kid'n
Exceptionally good running car j)a-iXsl
1925 CHEVROLET TOURING
Equipped with bumpers; snubbers, all metal trunk, moto-
meter, spotlight; top curtains, and upholstering A-l ; 99
motor overhauled; tires 85 new - $LLD
1926 OVERLAND 4 COACH
Fully equipped; new Duco finish; 70 new rubber;
motor overhauled with light weight pistons
1924 PAIGE 66 4-DOOR SEDAN
Fully equipped; 75 new rubber; new battery; mechan
ically in fine condition; any one wanting a large car
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MYSTERY PlflY IT
Pathe's first all-talking murder
mystery fidm "Strange Cargo"
which will be seen and heard nt
Hugh's Capitol theater all this
wek la packed with drama, thrills
and laughs. The action takes
pises aboard n pleasure yacht at
sea and begins with the mysteri
ous disappearance of the wacht
owner who later is found to have
been mysteriously murdered. The
east Includes 14 real stage play
ers. YouH gasp and thrill at this
astounding all-talking mystery
enacted by stars, written by a
master of thrill-films.
. As an added attraction on this
AW "Princess Paf. the world's
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Sold nt the red, green and
youngest mentallst will appear on
each show, for a special demon
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acts and Fox movietone news will
complete the bill.
If your Statesman is not on the
porch by S:30 o'clock telephone
600 and one will be sent you
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