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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Saturday Merainy, May 18. 1923
Ground Broken for Co-op
House at West Silverton
Mare Than 100 Pictures at
Display Loaned by
HUBBARD, May All art
exhibit was held at the city hall
Thursday afternoon under the
auspices of the Hubbard Woman's
club. The exhibit consisted of
more than a hundred pictures
loaned by the Oregon State li
brary. The pictures were repro
ductions of the masterpieces of
the artists of Italy, France. Spain.
England, Germany, Sweden, Rus
sia and United States.
An additional exhibit by the
Hubbard school, consisting of pen
cil and water color effects, cut-out
posters, geography and historical
boolteta. and sand-tables, attract
ed much attention.
Mrs. .Blanche Brown, chairman
of the program committee, and
her assistants Mrs. Ella Stauffer
and Mrs. Margaret McMannis. de
serve much praise for the fine ex
hibit. The high school orchestra di
rected by Dr. A. F. de Le?pinasse,
greatly assisted with the success
of the undertaking.
Mrs. Edgar Allen Tierce, chair
man of the fine arts committee of
the Oregon Federation of Wom
en's clubs gave an address stress
ing tht value of the art program
as followed during the year by the
Hubbard Woman's club.
Teachers, school children, many
club members and guests at
The program given was as fol
lows: Eternal Spring Reverie
High school orchestra
Mrs. Vera Boje, president of
Quartette ' Roses of Plcardy"
high school girls
Reading "Selections From Paul
Prof. J. R. Bidgood
Picture study "Madonna of the
chair" Margaret McMannis.!
Violin Solo Spanish Waltxes
Address Mrs. Edgar Allen
. Orchestra "Just For Fun"
Vocal solos "Into the Dawn
With You" and "To Sing
Awhile" Mrs. Merle Stewart
lions at Monmouth
Honor Woman, 88,
as Pioneer of Plains
MOXMOITH, May 1'.
At tb Lions' dab luncheon
honoring the mothers of the
members Tuesday noon, Mrs.
Elizabeth I Amies Ebbert, 88,
who crossed the plains hi
1854, and Mrs. Richardson,
83, who at the age of six
months left Missouri for
Oregon, led the other guests
in longevity among s group
all over SO years of age.
Dean J. B. V. Butler of
Oregon -Normal school de
livered the address of wel
come; and Jj. B. MeClendoa,
normal school student, sang
-That Wonderful Mother of
Mine," and "Mother Ma
chree," in honor of the
guests. Each lady was pre
sented with a gift commem
orative of the occasion, by
the I Jons' club.
WEST SILVERTON. May 17.
The Willard community club
house begins to seem a reality.
Ground was broken last week for
the basement. This will be a
Tery fine building when finished,
a credit to those instrumental la
erecing it. The Community club
is a flou reining organization bat
hat been handicapped by a poor
- . regular meeting of the Silverton
Silverton, Stayton Districts
to Iron Out Tangle Over .
I SILVERTON, May 17 At the
P'lC PEOPLE TO
AIM CLUB AT
AU&ISVILLE. May 17. The
Glee club went to Salem heights
and put on a concert there Friday
ni?ht. It was sponsored by Mrs.
The high schoof baseball team
met with Stayton Friday at Stay
ton, the score being 14-1 in favor
of Aumsville. The team will play
the game for the cup with Mount
Angel Friday, May 17. at Stayton.
Mrs. Huliii leaves
Mrs. Hulin left Sunday for Le
banon where she has employ
ment keeping house.
Mrs. Parmer from near Jeffer
son has been here visiting her
parents here, Mr. and Mrs. Hart
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Fennel from
California are here visiting his
undo, Henry Fennel,
.Vi' s Mabel Chastine of North
y '-n rnd Miss Vera Ruther-
of Washington was visiting
j Fov.dl homo here the first
and .lr-. Charle3 Ransom
motored to Lebanon Tuesday
taking Mr. Ransom's sister home
aiier a week end visit here with
Mi-s. Alice Perkins.
Mr. and Mrs. U. C. Lewis were
Mill City visitors Saturday night.
Postmaster Makes Trip
T. W. Johnson, druggist and
postmaster made a trip to Riddle
JIi!s week on business. Mrs. II. C.
XewU in charge of post office.
Mr. Payne of Salem was In
town Saturday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chaladek
and son Dale of Lebanon, spent
Sunday with Mrs. Mrs. Chaladek's
parents Mr. and Mrs. Powell.
TO IE Oil SATURDAY
DALLAS, May 17. The Polk
eounty grade track and.jfi.eld .meet
will be held on the Normal school
campus at Monmouth' Saturday,
May 18. beginning at 1:30 p. m.
Schools competing are Dallas,
Falls City, Monmouth, Indepen
dence, Elkins, Airlie, Parker, and
The events will include a stand
1 n g broad jump, running high
jump, running broad jump, SO
yard dash, 100 yard dash. 75 yard
dash, baseball throw, and 440
yard relay for boys. The contest
ants will be divided into two
classes, according to " weight.
Those weighing over 100 pounds
being in one group and those un
der in the other. The girls will
If&ve the same events as the boys
except for the relay race.
"Cappy Ricks" Proves Pop
ular so Church Will
Have It Again
SILVERTON", May 17. Miss
Mae Jones, of the office of the
Silverton Falls Timber Co., left
Friday for a week's vacation. She
will spend most of her time in
Portland visiting old friends there.
By request, the group of young
people from the Methodist church
repeated the play "Cappy Ricks"
taken from the story by Peter B.
Kyne by the same name, Friday
Harold Alfred taking the part
of "Cappy Ricks" was the out
standing player. John Kleeb shows
promise of equalling his sister,
Helen, who Is being featured by
the Duffy Players in Hollywood.
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DINNER III BDOOKS DALLAS HAIR FE
BROOKS. May 17. Mr. and
Mrs. Cris Otto entertained the fol
lowing guests at dinner recently;
Mrs. Otto's father. N. E. Brun
didge of Waconda, Mr. and Mrs.
Art Banyard, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
Carbongh and children, Stanley
and Chester Carbough of Gervais.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilferd LaFountain
and son Wlferd, Jr., of , North
Howell. Mrs. Al. Isham of Labish
Center, and Milton Mentzger, Or
ville Otto. Beulah Otto, Miss
Gladys Otto and Mrs. A. H. Sears.
Mrs. Elma McAllister and
daughters, Ruth and Janet McAl
lister, and her mother, Mrs. John
Burnes of Salem and Mrs. William
Powers of Hayesville, were recent
guests of Mrs. Mary Ashbaugh in
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Moisan of
Patton, Calif., arrived in Brooks
Tuesday evening and are guests
at the home of Mr. Moisan's
mother, Mrs. Mary Moisan.
Mrs. Charles Coffindaffer en
tertained at dinner on Mother's
day in honor of her mother, Mrs.
Mary Moisan. Other guests were
Mrs. Tercilla DeJardin of Salem,
daughter of Mrs. Moisan and Miss
Agnes Moisan of Salem. Mrs.
Moisan was presented with a fine
davenport, the gift of her children.
Mr. and Mrs. A.-E. Harris en
tertained at dinner on Monday the
following guests: Mr. and Mrs
Clinton Newhouse, Mrs. Carlile of
Spring Brook, and Mrs. H. M.
Smith of Hopmere.
have had a radio Installed in their
This community was well rep
resented during music week ia the
Silverton programs. Those assist
ing were Mrs. Edson Comestock;
Orlando and Waldo Rue, John
Small. Harry Riches. Roger Corn
stock, Martin and Alex Doefler.
L. R. Herrick expects to begin
work on a new barn on the farm
he recently purchased near the
Mis Maurine Moore of Califor
nia is the guest of ber parents,
Mr. and Mrs. William Moore for
Mrs. Warren Crabtree and lit
tle son David of Silverton and
Mrs. Crabtree's mother, Mrs.
Charles Cate of Manhattan, Kan
sas, were guests at the Edson
Comsock home Tuesday.
It is with muc h d1 asure that
the people of this community
learn of Harry Riches' much de
served promotion. Ho has been
appointed aid-de-camp to Briga
dier General White. His head
quarters are to be in Salem.
Victor Rice arrived home from
San Francisco last Friday and ex
pects to be at the horn 3 of his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Rue, for
a few weeks.
Rob RicheB and Roger Corn-
stock attended the senior sneak
day plcnie at Oswego Monday. Ed
na Mae Goodknenecht, also a sen
ior, was unable to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Terry and lit
tle son Gene and Mrs. Terry's
grandmother were Wednesday
evening visitors at Frank Egan's.
Mrs. Comstock Has Guests
Mrs. Edson Com stock had as
her guests a week ago her cousin,
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Witliam
MacSeveny of St. Cloud, Minn.
MaeSeveny is a conductor on the
Great Northern from St. Cloud to
Fargo, North Dakota. They were
very much deighted with Oregon
and hope to be transferred in the
TIME WITH LEAGUE
Legion Bests Firemen
- Initial Game; Score
is 12 to 2
DALLAS. May 17 Much inter
est is being taken in the Twilight
league games which started Mon
day, with the Legion and Firemen
playing the first game. The fire
men were defeated with a score
of 12 to 2. Tuesday evening the
Mill team defeated the Farmers
with a score of 8 to 2. Wednes
day evening the Junior league of
this city met the team from Falls
City and lost to the visiting team
with a score of 6 to 4.
COMES On MAY ittTH
chamber of commerce Wednesday
evening. May 15 a petition was
drawn np which will be circulated
among the residents and tax pay
ers, concerning the free high
school transportation boundry line
between the Silverton and Stay
The petition asks that Silver
ton receive the school districts of
McAlpine and Victor Point. It
will then be submitted to the
boundary board for consideration.
Lowell Hoblitt, general chair
man for the big yard and garden
contest which will be held in Sil
verton this summer, gave an out
line of the rules and its purpose,
and ways and means for the pub
licity were discussed.
The ladies of the Congregation
al church served the banquet to
the business men.
Glee Club Sings May 20
The men's glee club of the Wil
lamette university will appear in
a musical in the Eugene Field
auditorium Monday evening, May
20. There will be a number of
soloists accompanying the group.
The concert is open to the public.
Rev. Thomas Hardie of the
Methodist church spoke to the
members of the Kimball School of
Theology at the Willamette uni
versity on Wednseday. His topic
was "The Theology of the Min
istry." Mrs. Hardie accompanied
Rev. Hardie to -Salem.
HONOR ILL MAD
To Be Improved
MASLEAY. May 17 A cleanup
day for improving the Macleay
cemetery has been set for next
Friday, May 24. At this time re
sidents of the Macleay districts
will be asked to" come to the ceme
tery to assist in the work. The
growth of Scotch broom at the
cemetery la large and this will
need to be removed to make the
burying ground more presentable
J. F. C. Tekenburg, chairman
of the board of trustee es ot the
cemetery, Jias called the meeting.
He asks that volunteer workers
bring their lunch for group
'gathering at noon.
DALLAS, May 17. Members of
the Delphlnian society of this city
were invited to a luncheon spon
sored by the McMinnvile chapter1
on Thursday. Those enjoying the
ocacsion were Mrs. I. E. Warner,
Mrs. J. C. Tracy, Mrs. Oscar Hay
ter, Mrs. W. W. Harcombe. Mrs.
J. C. Ugow, Mrs. P. A. Finseth,
Mrs. C. W. .Henkle, Mrs. Maurice
Dalton, Mrs. Walter Ballantyne,
and Mrs. Earle Richardson.
Funeral services for George My-
er, aged 80 years were held Fri
day at the Christian church with
Rev. D. J. Howe of Salem officiat
ing. Mr. Myer was a native of
Polk county, his parenfs having
come here in 1847, but for the
past few years has lived in Cor
vallis and Wood burn. Mr. Myer is
survived by his widow, Mrs. Alice
Myer, three daughters, Mrs. Zula
B. Simpson,, Gaston; Mrs. Geor
gia B. Seymour and Mrs. Sadie
Reynods both of Corvallls. He ia
also survived by one sister and
three brothers, Mrs. A. J. Has
tings of Dallas, A. E. Meyer, Nes-
kowin, Frank Myer of Salem, and
James W. Myer of Pacific City.
Men $100; Held In
Jail At Dallas
DALLAS, May 17 R. N. Tryk
berg and Roy E. Baldwin were ar.
rested in Independence Monday
evening for being drunk and were
brought to the Dallas jail, where
they were held until Tuesday.
They were fined $100 which they
H. E. Barnh'art has sued W. M.
Bancroft to collect a note for
$125 which was assigned to him
DALLAS. May 17. The Polk
county grade school declamatory
contest will be held in the Dallas
high school auditorium on the
evening of May 18. Gold medals
will be awarded to the winners ot
first place in each division. One
dollar to the winners of second
place, and fifty cents to the win
ners of third. Those competing
are Division I. (first and second
Joe McGee of Lewlsville; Ail-
een Sechrist, Ballston; Elsie Eye
mann, Dallas; Constance John
son. Independence; Allen Rags
dale; Rickreall; Marjorie Mat
thews. Spring Valley.
Division II. (third and fourth.)
Roscoe Hatch. Falls City; Ruth
Rosenberg, Dallas; Shirley Groves
Independence; Roy Tansey
Mountain View; Albert Ryan
Perrydale; Oeneva Green Fair-
view; Margaret Riggs Green
Division III. (fifth and sixth.)
Burrell Webb Dallas ; lone
Moore Independence; Robert
Farmer Oak Grove; Emmet Mc
Gee Lewlsville; Emma Parr
Perrydale; Theodora Bouffleur-t
Mountain View; and Eada Watt
Division IV. (seventh and
eighth.) Beryl Kellen Indepen
dence; Goldie Pierce Dallas;
Georgian n a Loftus Falls City;
Paulina Domes Bethel; Annetta
Schweizer Lewlsville; V e 1 m a
Schroeder Salt Creek; Frances
Matison Mountain View.
UP FOR STUDENTS
BROOKS. May 17. Brooks
public school children who have
not been absent nor tardy for the
past month and have received
grades above 80 and have their
names on the roll ot honor in
Principal Wayn eHarding's room
are as follows for the eighth
grade: Kraid Ashbaugh, Bessie
Aspinwall. Elliot Fuller, Everett
Ramp, and Frank Riggl. For the
seventh grade: Albert Harris,
John Lesher, Lawrence Sussee,
and Albert Kariya.
The honor roll for the interme
diate grades third, fourth and
fifth, under the supervision of
Miss Letta Wallace is: Eddie
Arata, Addie Colyer, Lewis Fuller,
Tommy O'Neil, Leo Ramp, Lorene
O'Neil, Beatrice Wilson, Bert
Snowley, Dorothy Nelson, Beulah
Otto, Arthur Sussee.
The primary room which Is
taught by Miss Doris Wood has
the following names on the honor
roll: Stanley Nelson, Clarence Wil
son in the second grade and
Claudie Miles and Chester Nelson
in the first grade.
Regular church service will be
held in the Brooks Community
church on Sunday morning, with
Rev. D. George Cole in charge.
Bible school at 10 o'clock a. m.
and devotional service at 11
o'clock. The sermon topic Is:
"The Word of God". Text, "Thy
Word Have I In My Heart, That
I Might Not Sin Against Thee."
The evening service will be held
at Keizer, with Epworth league
at seven o'clock and church serv
ice at eight o'clock. The public
HAZEL GREEN, May 17. The
young people of the community
are asked to meet at the church
at 8 o'clock May 19 to organize
an Intermediate Christian. Endea
The following took the examin
ations this week:
Physiology: Earl Johnson, San
ford Davis, Leonard Faist, Victor
Williamson, Laura Pepperling,
Laura Mills, Charlotte Van
Cleave, William E. Dunnigan.
Geography: Tatsuro Tada, Clar
ence Zelinskl, La Verne Catlin,
Arthur Clemens, Alfred Zelinskl,
Elmer Johnson, Louis Zelinskl.
Seventh and eighth grade: Hel
en Davis, Nora Rutherford, Cecil
Luckey, Violet Van Cleave, Doro
thy Montandon, Glen Looney.
COUBT ASKED TO
OH STREET PLAN
DALLAS, May 17 There were
45 names signed to a petition
which was presented to the coun
ty court by this city asking juris
diction over that part of Uglow
avenue from the north line of
Washington street produced,' to
the track of the Dallas Monmouth
railroad to the same extent as
the said city has over other streets
and alleys. The hearing on this
request was heard "May 7 and It
was decided by the county court
that it was for the best Interests
of both county and city that the
request be granted.
Free circus tickets for boy or
girl under 16 just secure one new
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Youth Gets Stay
Of His Sentence
SACRAMENTO, Cal., May 17
(AP) Allen R. Ellis. Fresno
youth sentenced te hang at San
Quentin penitentiary tomorrow,
for the murder of Francis O. Wei
sert, was granted a reprieve until
July 19, by Governor C. C. Young
Every day 10,000 women buy a
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troublesome ailments with their
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Corner Court ft Liberty, Tek 7
if vbflu cms Ji flciiis
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High School Athletic Field
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