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The New OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, May 8. 1929
Stayton Community Club
Names Its Officers
for This Year
STAYTON. May 7. At the reg
ular meeting of the Woman's Com.
munlty club the following officers
were, elected: President, Nora
Gardner; vice president. Hattie
Ficklin; second rice president.
Margaret Schaefer, secretary, Ed
na Champ; treasurer. Grace Ner
bert; ' historian. Gladys John; di
rectors, Mary Tate. Edna Brewer.
Marcia Mayo and Allie Murphy.
The Stayton ball team Jour
neyed to Lebanon Sunday where
they played a game resulting in a
score of .4 to 1 for Stayton.
A health clinic is to be held on
Tuesday. May 14. Those interest
ed should make an appointment
with" Mrs. J. A. Mayo, chairman.
The committee Is anxious to hare
as many sre-school children as-r
Mrs. Rebekah Kimsey who re
cently underwent a major opera
tion at a Salem hospital, has teen
rem ore d to heome. Her condi
tion Is farorable.
DALLAS, May 7 Olaf X. Bor
rovick and Robert Oleson of Sa
lem found that it did not pay to
argue with the owner of a West
Salem service station when they
were informed that there were
charges for parking there Satur
They started to drive away but
were stopped by Deputy Sheriff
Floyd Senter who arrested thera
for being intoxicated, and Mr.
Borrerick for operating a car
while in that condition. They
were lodged In the Salem jail un
til later in the evening when Mr.
Senter called for them and
brought them to the Dallas Jail
to await their hearing.
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BE Vi'ELL OBSERVED
Hazel Green Makes Plans
for Special Program
Cooper Prepares Room Near
Cannery and Gets Ready
PRINGLE. May 7 Mrs. W. H
Grabenhorst was hostess at an at
tractive luncheon last week In her
home at Pringle, having: as her
. . guests members of the Pringle
' Pleasant Point social club.
Mrs. A. Cassellius and Mrs. E.
P. Anthony of Albany were spe
cial guests while the club group.
included Mrs. E. S. Coates. Mrs.
Ia W. Potter. Mrs. Frank Clarke.
Mrs. Clifford Jones, Mrs. W. M.
Coburn. Mrs. George Grabenhorst,
Mrs. Charles Grabenhorst, Mrs.
John Yates, Mrs. Homer Harri
son, Mrs. Rue Draeger, Mrs.
George Adams, Mrs. 0. T. Sealey,
Mrs. V. E. Meeks. Mrs. E. G.
Clarke. Mrs. Harry Wechter, Mrs.
J. M. Coburn, and the Jlostess Mrs.
W. H. Grabenhorst.
Many rarieties of spring flow
ers were arranged about the living
room and on the serving tables.
The table for the special guests
was graced by a clever little May
pole with pink and white crepe
paper streamers and eight tiny
celluloid dolls dressed in corres
Mrs. E. S. Coates of Pleasant
Point will entertain the club
Thursday, May 1C.
PLEftSANT VIEW HAS
f . C. T. II. MEET
PLEASANT VIEW. May 7
The Pleasant View W. C. T. U.
met on May 1 with their member
Mrs. Schilling in Turner. There
was an extra good attendence.
They worked on a quilt for the
A pot luck dinner was serred at
the noon hour.
At the business hour the dele
gates front the convention at
Woodburn gave their reports.
Pleasant View W. C. 'T. U. be
ing one of the most active and
hard working unions in the coun
ty. Mrs. Althea McKjnney Presnell
of Salem a former Cloverdale girl
m was present and joined the W. C.
Among those present were the
' hostess,' Mrs. Schilling and family,
Mrs. Althea McKinney Presnell of
Salem. Mrs. Lena Townsend of Le
banon, Mrs. Hennls, Mrs. Neer,
Mrs. rarr. Mrs. Cooley. Mrs.
Frank Cook, Mrs. Punke. Mrs,
Schlfferer and Mrs. Bitsky also
several of the Tarner W. C. T. U.
In Spelling Bee
CLOVERDALE. May 7. Clar
eace Garner of the third grade
and Edward Tatro of the sixth
grade of the Cloverdale school at
tended the spelling contest In Sa
lem, April 27. Other pupils had
stood well In. the . work but didnt
wish to go to the contest.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Townsend
who left here In February for
their new home sear Lebanon,
were visiting here Wednesday and
Thursday. They tell na It "sure
is good to get back among our
DALLAS. May 7 Ivy M. Cow
gill of West Salem has filed salt
lor: divorce against Paul Cowgill
whom she has not beard from
since 1928, at which time he was
in Miami, Florida. The couple
were married In New York city In
1921 and he deserted her In 1925.
She asks for the custody of their
child, Paul Goodman Cowgill.
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WEST SALEM. May 7. Mrs.
cooper wao recently moved a
building onto the lot opposite the
cannery, is fixing it np and will
soon have It ready for occupancy.
it will be nsed as a lunch counter.
He has a table the length of the
building in the front, besides the
stools -at the counter. This will
be a harfidy place for the Wesf
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Miller
and son Charles, who have been
living with Mr. and Mrs. Waldo
Baker, have rented the Rev. Bur
leigh s residence on Shinner
street, and will occupy it this
Miss Helen Bliss of Summit
called at the Rev. M. A. Grove
Friends of Mrs. George Chap
man are glad to hear that she Is
convalescing from an operation for
the removal of her tonsils.
Tourists and campers are mak
ing their appearance In the West
8alem camp grounds.
Is Occasion For
HUBBARD Mar T Tfc TiAma
of Mr.' and Mrs. Ivan Stewart was
tte scene of a very happy affair
Saturday afternoon when Mrs.
Stewart honored her little daurh-
ter, Buena, with a party on her
lourth birthday anniversary.
The rooms were" beautifully de
corated with baby breath, for-get-me-note
and daisies, the gift of
Mrs. James Stewart, Buena's
The birthdav cake with its fonr
candles made a lovely centerpiece
for the table around which the
children hat. The candles were
lighted by Buena and burned
while refreshments, constatinr of
Ice-cream and cake were served.
The rroun Included Mra Jams.
Stewart of Salem. Mrs. W. Me
Mannis and daughter Thresa, Mrs.
L. A. Beckman and children, Ro
bert, Muriel, and Joan, and Mrs.
ivan Stewart, Jimmie, and Buena.
HAZEL GREEN. May 7 A
Mother's Day program will be giv
en at the church, Sunday, May 12
at 8 o'clock.
Piano solo, Nora Rutherford;
Scripture Rer. Leila Lucky.
Story origin of Mother's Day.
Recitation, Mother's Day, Krald
Exercise Mother's Flowers 4
Recitation Mother's Woes,
Creta Fay Ashbaugh.
Recitation When I Want My
Mother Primary pupil.
Song Poppy Land Express
Edna Luckey and Norman Luckey.
Recitation, Today Kenneth
Recitation, Mother Sandford
Mother Dear Mother Junior
Solo, Nobody Knows But Moth
er Helen Davis.
Duet. Till I See My Mother's
Face Mrs. C. L. Van Cleare, G.
Piano solo Hazel Woelke.
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DALLAS, May 7 The Snnday
outing of two families came to an
abrupt end Sunday morning when
the Dodge six sedan, driven by
Lester Phelps of Tillamook, blew
a front tire wnile rounding a
curve on a hill north of Dallas.
His car skidded across the road
and hit a Dodge coupe driven by
Elmer Williams who was headed
for the beach. The coupe was
knocked off the road and went
over the bank down Into a prune
orchard, crashing Into a tree. The
Phelps car went Into the bank on
the other side of the road. Both
cars which were towed to Dallas
were badly wrecked but none was
A marriage license was issued
Monday to Loren A. Steptoe of Pe-
dee, and Miss Nella Dee Howsman
Wednesday may a 5
Best Shows Salem has Ever had
Talking ud 8iagig Trimmph
combining the stars mad hits
of the Zlegfeld MsslcaJ Comedy
with aU the swreeplag drama
of Edaa Ferbefa tremendous
hoar Road Show at
Last Showing Today
"The Ghost Talks'
You'll shriek with Joy ... at
the first dialogue mystery farce
Here 'Tomorrow, FrL, Sat
Gay Pare at Its Gayest
WARNER BflPS pmmt
She was aJrW to amp Vim
wile fast far fasti kmt
to vamp him far real.
dark A McCullough la an Ail
N; Corn's, at Chem.
Zen a's Crop
ZEN A, May T The strawberry
raisin- Industry la booming la tha
Zeaa district and the hills west of
Zena are thickly dotted with largo
patches of tha luscious berries
which are said to be among the
best received by Salem canneries.
Strawberries thrive In red soil
and In that respect the Zena hills
are especially adapted to straw
berry culture. This year the
plants are exceptionally fine and
berries are already beginning to
set. The marshal, Oregon and
Etterbery varieties are nsed almost
Among those who have added to
their already considerable acreage
this year are W. Frank Craw
ford, Wayne D. Henry. J. S. Wor
thington and Walter B. Hunt.
W. Frank Craw'ford has been
known for years as the "Goose
berry king" of the northwest and
from all indications he will soon
be able to add the title "Straw
berry king" to his name.
COMEDY MIXED IH
A whirlwind comedy of Jaxx,
newlyweds, disgruntled relatives
and cavorting beauties la Warner
Bros, latest Vltaphono talking
picture, "Stolen Kisses" starring
May McAvoy . and coming to
Bligh's Capitol theatre.
Miss McAvoys able support in
cludes Claude Gilllngwater. Hal
lam Cooler! jXdhfc Murpbey , and
bthers.- VitMThe furnlsM (bril
liant Bjropnonc' accompaniment,
sound and dialogue. "Stolen Kis
ses" Is one of the really delightful
comedies of the year.
As and added attraction on the
bill the Capitol will offer a two
reel all-talking comedy, Vltaphone
acts, and the Fox Movietone news.
Mrs. E. A. Stenson Gives
-Interesting Paper On-
RICKREALL. May 7 An
"Oregon Day" Program was given
Thursday afternoon. May 2, at
the high school auditorium. Mrs.
E. A. 8teason a life-long resident
or Rickreall, gave a very Inter
esting paper on tha early local
Numbers given by the high
school students were: "Out Where
the West Begins," a song by the
juniors and seniors; The Oregon
seal, Catherine Pewtherer; The
Stat Flower, Gertrude Larkin;
The State Bird, Jane Crlppen;
Know Tour Oregon, Dorothy Mor
rew; Oregon State Song, fresh
men and sophomores; The Land
Where Dreams Come True, Ralph
Dompsey and Carl Hubbard;
Summary of Oregon History, Ruby
Richter; The Passing; of the In
dtaa, Lenore Meade.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taoghtf are
the parents of a daughter, born
May 4. The baby weighed 6 H
ponnds and has been named Laura
Enjoy May Day Program
Carmon and Luzella Crlppen of
Rickreall high school spent the
week end la McMlnnvllle where
they enjoyed the May day festi
vities. A large number of Rickreall
students attended the Junior
Week End exercises at Monmouth.
The Rickreall Campflre girls
attended the Grand Council meet
ing at Independence Tuesday
night. The group included. Kath
erine Price, Doris Goodell. Etora
Hart. Elizabeth Rowel 1. Mildred
Roblson, Gertrude Larkin and
C. F. Lowry who has been in
poor health for some time has
been confined to his bed for the
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON.
May 7. John Heltxel special stu
dent In the Law, school registered
from Salem, sung in a prirate class
recital Sunday afternoon. Helt
xel is classified as a base-baritone
and is taking work under Roy
BOXES OF CAXDT
See Window Displays
Coming Friday, May 10
IS U S
ETaimsEaoiffl & r.3acc
With Rose Valyda, Dorothy A Harry
Dlxoa, Fraaklla Record and
"The Snakist Beauties"
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I I 'I T n
The screen's most beautiful star
TALKS . . . It's a Y1TAPHONB pie
ture adapted from Maxwell Ander
son's Pulltter's Prise play . . . sup
porting cast Includes Grant Withers
. . . Lnclen Llttlefield . . . Charles
Lane . . . others ... - There's all the
romance and thrills.
NATIONAL MUSIC WEEK
To assist our patrons in harmonizing their "leathers," we
have installed a stock of bags in the new spring colors.
We know that our many friends will appreciate this extra
To acquaint you with this new department we are holding
ft sale of bags, values up to $7.50, at the two low prices
$0.95 and $t-95