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Hie OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Sunday Morning, May 19, 1929
6 GET FISH POND
Dr. Fred M. Burger Files
t Application; Calilson
i Seeks to Irrigate
?J. J. Robert's of Malheur, has
filed with the rttite engineer here
application' to appropriate water
from an unnamed pi ins for min
ing purposes. Th? Lasc of opera
tions will be In Mu'heui county.
Other application:; tiled with
the Mate fti;;:hicT during the past
Dr. Fred XV. li r, Salem,
crater fruu flask creek for fish
pond In Marion county.
Herman L'.eilke. Pendl; ton,
water from M-Iny ere:': lor irri
gation In ri.-:iu:it county.
J. G. .Call:-:. S.t!t!a. water
from Mill c f-'i- irrigation in
Marion county. "
Josephine iu:;.;:id. Parkdale,
water from foar i-prings for irri
gation oi i acres ;.nJ domestic
purposes in Hy.-J Riv-rr cou..ty.
Carl Wilii: :r: , Summer Lake,
water fro;a An liver for Irriga
tion of 22) in !;iie county.
L. P. Jeij.ru, Mul'sila, water
from YVuOdcu. k i re.:: tor irriga
tion of 10 air s in ClacKamas
John K. Sir.ior.ton, SaKm. water
from Croi.au creek for irrigation
In Mariou tour.ty.
Wert Sappinton, Hebo, water
from tributary of Tfire levers
for domestic purposes in Tilla
A. P. and Edward Sullivan,
Hereford, water from (.'amp Creek
for supplemental irrigation of 102
acres in Baker county.
City of Waldport, Waldport.
water from Weiss creek for muni
cipal purposes iu Lincoln county.
Elmer Taylor, Alsca. water
from Ryder creek, lor domestic
purposes and irrigation in Benton
Columbia County Golf club, St.
Helens, water from McXulty creek
for Irrigation of 52 acres in Col
L. L. Forest, Hood river, water
from Spring tributary of Phelps
creek for domestic purposes In
Hood river county.
R. P. Vincent, Pnspect. water
from Rogue river for irrigation of
38 acres in Jackson county.
J. A. Berney,' Troutdale. water
rom unnamed spring for domestic
and stock purposes in Multnomah
A. E. Davis. Enterprise, ater
iron Wallowa river, ipring and
Trout creeks for irris;ulon of 34
acr' in Wallowa county.
Jj.me3 Jones, Juntura, water
from north fcrk of Malheur river
for irrigation of 4G acres in Mal-1-eur
TO JTTFJ MEET
Salem Baptist groups will be
well represented at the annual
convention ot Oregon Baptists
which convenes 1 n 0geburg
Tuesday, May 21, and continues
through the next four days. Dr. C.
L. Trawin, pastor of the Eugene
church. Is president ot the con
tention, to which eight organized
associations belong, with US
churches represented and a com
bined membership of 17,066.
The First Baptist church of Sa
les! will be entitled to 21 dele
gates, with fully that many mem
bers expected to be In attendance.
Among those who will go from the
Calvary Baptist church were: Rev.
and Mrs. W. Earl Cochran, Mr.
and Mrs. H. S. Glle, Miss Mlna
Gile, Mrs. S. R. Vail. Mrs. Man
Crawford. Miss Doris Pickens,
Mrs. O. Pickens. Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. Pickens and family and Miss
A report to be made at the
convention will show that the Bap
tists have received 1.895 new
members during the past year and
have 13,066 additions to the Sun
day schools. The churches own
property Talued at 11.478,935 and
during the past year spent $243,
180.25 for local expenses and 152,
908.98 for beneficiences.
To Give Play
Week-day meeting for the Mill
street Methodist church are an
nounced to include a social meet
ing of the Intermediates Tuesday
er?ning; gathering -jf the mem
bership training classes Wednesday
evening at the church at 7 o'clock;
prayer meetln7 Wednesday at J
U Frldsj evening. May 24, begln
mlng at 8 o'clock, the senior
league, assisted by D. George Cole
iknd Henry C. Warbsr of Kimball
'school of theology, will present
"'Neighbors." a oe-act play by
- The regular
meeting of the
l Friendly Indians, the Pioneer club
and the story hour group will be
To Meet Monday
' The junior church school teach
ers of the city wUl meet at the
Mill street Methodist church Mon
day mnlng at 8 o'clock for the
first of the monthly meetings
which were planned at th recent
training school held at the Pres
byterian " ehnrcn. AH workers
who deal with Junior children are
lnYlted to attend the meeting. Par
ents who are Interested are also
expected to attend. Discussion ot
ways and means to mnet the needs
of this group' will be discussed as
weU as plana tor continuation of
the meetings under a city-wide or
ganization ot Junior teacher. -
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Three French aviators, left to right, Rene
Lefevre, Armand Lotti and Jean Assolant, will
shortly attempt a flight to Paris from Roose
velt Field, N. Y in the "Bernard Hispano"
AT CHURCH TONIGHT!
The senior high school and col
lege class of the South Salem
Frineds Sunday school will pre
sent a good will program at the
church on South Commercial
street tonight, beginning at 8 o'
clock. The following numbers are in
cluded in the program:
Music by the class; scripture
reading by Louise Liere: "History
r.nd Purpose of Good Will Day,"
A one-act plav, "The Color
Line," dealing with a Chinese stu
dent in an American university,
will he the principal event of th
entertainment. Members of the
cast and the parts they will take
are: Russell Millett, Chun, a Chi
nese student: Jack Trachsel. Dr.
Lawson. the university president;
Alfred llaworth. Stanley Preston,
a senior; Carol Kiser, Barbara
McKim, a missionary's daughter;
Esther Scott, Wanda Williams, a
college flapper; Anna Calaba.
Miss King, the president's secre
tary. Leland Chapin, a returned mis
sionary will give a talk on "Chi
nese Students in China and Am
erica." Special music by the class
will close the hour.
To Meet May 22
The Men's Council of the First
Methodist church will hold Its May
meeting in :he church parlors
Wednesday evening. The Rev.
Thomas Hardie of Silverton will
be present to give the address o
the evening. U. G. Holt is presi
dent of the council.
Rev. John P.ice of Portland will
occupy the- pu:pit at the St. Paul's
Episcopal church Sunday. Rev.
Georne Swift of Minot, N. "D.. who
was recently caned to the local
church, will arrive here with Liu 1
family June 15, according to word j
received by members of the board,
The new pastor will mr.ke the trip
west by autcmobite.
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On Aneil 26, the thinning -ranks of the fray-clad veterans who en
listed an boys in tbe Confederate army gather throughout the south
to pay tribute to their dead, just as the "boys in bine," whom they ,
fought, commemorate their losses on May 30. Above, a group of
ageing veterans gather about the grave of a comrade who lost bis
life b tat Cvil war, and inset, Gen. Albert' T Goodwyn, former
eommaader of the 'army of Tennessee, who is commander-in-chief
of the United Confederate Veterans.
shown at top taking off in a trial flight. Their
plane is powered with 600 horsepower motor
and they expect to make the flight in three
hours less time than Colonel Lindbergh.
News in Salem's Public
First B songs. "My Doll's lul
laby." "Shoes." "Hippity Hop."
First A, "The White Water
Second B, songs, "The Organ
Man." 'The Moon."
Second grade, "Amaryllis,"
"Solid Men to the Front March."
toy orchestra, Edwin Keys leader.
Third grade, songs, "PolHwog,"
"Tussy Wilow." "Tick Tock."
Fourth grade, sonss, "Orioler,"
Fifth grade. son?c. "Music of
ihe River," "The Call of Spring."
Piano solos. Miss Mary Lee Scott,
teacher second grade: Nancy
Jean Strickland, first grade; Nola
Lee. Leland Berry, second grade;
Ruth Pearson, sixth grade. Vocal
sok). Mrs. Ermine B. Fawk, teach
er fifth grade: "Come to the
Fair," "Little Irish Girl." Song,
by teachers' quartet.
The week brought us two pu
pils Jn fourth gradp, Janet and
Kathryn Anderson from Astoria,
and removed Elizabeth Whitlaton
from first grade to the state of
Miss Ellen Currin. teacher of
the 1A and 2B class, had the mis
fortune to lose her wrist watch
on May day. Whether on dinger
field or elsewhere she docs not
Donald Woods met with a pain
ful accident at horns last week
end when a swing board struck
him on the head with such force
that his scalp was cut so that
several stitches were necessary to
begin the repair process. He has
been in school all but one-half
After four weeks' absence. Mrs.
SimmB. teacher in the ungraded
room. Is sufficiently recovered to
anticipate taking up the work
The baseball team has played
four games this week, one on our
schedule, with Richmond which
we lost. Pracice games with En-
CIVIL WAR DEAD
rflewood, Highland and Garfield
were played and were winners in
th first two but lost to Garfield
Miss Westhoff'8 pupils have ut
ilized a table in their room to dis
play specimens of their band
work done outside of school. It
contains a variety of articles from
fancy work and darning to a horse
harnessed to a clodmasher, sev
eral airplanes and a miniature
steam 6hoveI o derrick minus
Better music week made some
pleasant variations In the music
periods two days this week and
was further observed on Friday
afternoon with an assembly at
which Mrs. Martin Forrey, accom
panied by Mrs. Kreckenridge,
sang two appropriate number?,
and a group of students from Les
lie junior high under the direction
of Miss Gretchen Kreamer, sang
several numbers from the oper
etta given the evening before. One
violin Election by a young man
student was also a part of the
Two ball sanies of the schedule
have been plaved. May S was En
glewood vs. Highland at Highland!
with a Beore of 17 to 4 in Engle-;
wood's favor. May 9, the game
was Garfield vs. Englewood at En
glewood with a score of 19 to 4
in favor of Garfield. May 16,
Washington will play Englewood
at Englewood. Following is the
Norman Bell, catcher; Dale
Loveland, pitcher; Jack Causey,
first base; Eugene Strickland, sec-!
ond base; Rob't. Keuscner, third
base and captain; Bruce Williams,
left Bhort; Howard Sternberg,
right short; Stewart Donaldson,
right field; Chas. Painter, left
field: Milo Erion, center. Sub
stitutes: Otto Skopil, Lawrence
A combined Music week and
health program was given May 10.
A charge of five cents and 10
cents was made and the money
given to the Englewood park for
Dlav eround eonlnment. Tha sum
of 20 was realized. The pro
grams were under the direction of
Miss Heckman and Miss Sczuck.
Following were the programs:
Piano solo Dorothy Jayes!
3rd Grade. Miss Deyoe director
Piano solo Alice Barbani
Piano solo. . .Frances Christensen j
Vocal solo Bernice Bell
Jeannette Hulst at piano n
Piano solo Ann Tarter
Violin solo Mabelle Lilburn j
.Mrs. rrans L.nourn at piano
Song, 3rd Grade
Miss Heckman director
Piano solo Ruth Armpriest
Violin solo Eugene Strickland
Mrs. Frank Lilbura at piano
Song, 4th Grade
Vocal solo ...... Margaret Tinnel
Miss Sczuck at piano
Play Tbe Little Vegetable Men
Jyoce Kelly Health Fairy
Orral Cooley Cho-Cho
. Elizabeth ' Grant
Milton Hartwell Beet
LeRoy Tibbets Spinach
Delbert McDonaugb . . . .Carrot
Kenneth Boyle Bean
Hal Cross Onion
George Harhan ....Apple Tree
Flowers Margaret Sigmund,
Barbara Young. Janet Collier, Ma
ble McGolre. Barbara Williams. .
Orchestra: Eugene Strickland,
violin; Kenneth Robinson, Man
dolin; Dale Loveland, saxophone;
Betty McGahan, piano; Ann Tar
ter, piano. 1
Monday the film, "Taming the!
Fire God," was shown $4,000.00
fire loss is suffered annually in
Oregon nearly 50 per- cent of
which Is preventable. In 1903
there were 4SS deaths from July
4th fires, in 1915 this was reduced
Our idea of a real optimist Is
Marion Tally, too prima donna,
who announces that she has re
tired from the stage and bought
a farm, and will live on Its earn
ings. The Dalles Optimist.
Noted Singer to Give Recital
at First Congregational
Church at 8 o'clock
Edward Brigham, basso-profun-
do, dramatic reader and pianist,
will appear In a song and drama-
tie recital at the First Congrega
tional church this evening, begin
ning at 8 o'clock. The program
which Mr. Brigbam has prepared
for tonight includes:
"Fading. Still Fading." Portu
"Wnere Is My Wandering Boy
"Come Unto Me,""Lindsey.
"My Task." Ashford.
"The Young King," by Wilda,
The Holy City," Adams.
Press comments on Mr. Brig-
barn's appearance elsewhere are
most favorable and church-goers
and townspeople are declared to
have a real treat In store for them
when they attend the program
here thi9 evening.
The Santa Fe New Mexican
said m following his appearance
Mr. Brigham has been widely
advertised as a basso-profundo of
extraordinary ability, and he fully
justified the advertising. Not In
recent years have the people of
Santa Fe had the privilege of lis
tening to a singer of Mr. Brig
ham's ability, culture and power.
The depth and purity of his voice
were little short of marvelous, the
lower bass notes especially being
produced with a clearness and
power. The depth and purity of
his voice were little short of mar-
Tprimifl. the Inwflr haaa nntps f qnp.
cially being produced with a clear-1
rcca nit nnwr tlmnct tievniifi i o I
The Castle United Brethren
church will observe Children's Day
next Sunday evening. May 26. The
mid-week prayer service and bible
study will be held Thursday eve
ning at 7:30 o'clock and tbe Sun
day school council will meet at
8:30 o'clock that same night.
Is prayer a kind of "contract
of exchange" with God, or is it
something finer and based on
greater experiences? This subject
will be discussed by Rev. Martin
Ferrey of the Unitarian church
Old, New League
The outgoing and incoming cab
inets of the University chapter of
the Epworth League of the First
Methodist .church met Wednesday
afternoon for a joint business
meeting. After calling for reports
from her cabinet members. Miss
Elma White the retiring president,
turned the meeting over to Paul
Geddes, the newly elected presi
dent. At the close of the business
meeting a supper was served in
the small dining rooro of the
church. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs, Frank Learner. Miss Mar
garet Sutherland. Miss Elma
White. Miss Emily Brown. Miss
Roberta V'annice. Mis Marjory
Nelson. Mis3 Virginia Slusser. Miss
Margaret Schreiber, Paul Geddes,
Lar Nelson and Clark Wood.
To Be Seated
The newly elected officers of
the three chapters of the Epworth
History of Saiem mid tyc
State of Oregon
LVAN F. WALLER, Meth
odist minister, was a man
to whom this whole section owes
a great deal.
It is said of his that he built
in Oregon City, the first Protes
tant church west of the Rock-
the . foundation of the first
church erected in Salem, and it
was while working on the sec
ond church that he contracted
the cold which later resulted in '
his death, in 1873.
Low Cost, M " ?
Budget for Remainder
excellent reasons for investigating property in Belcrest
Memorial Park before buying elsewhere.
For value, received value in priceless beauty, Perpetual
Care that looks far in the future and relieves the anxious
heart this opportunity is better than any ordinary ceme
tery property in the Willamette valley.
Many anxious moments can be avoided, when there is
little time for careful choice, by telephoning ?2 205 for de
tails concerning low cost, the easy payments, and the bud
Leagues of the First Methodist
church will be formally installed
during the evening worship ser
vice this evening. Officers are: -
University chapter President,
Paul Geddes; first rice president,
Marjory Nelson: second vice-president,
Arthur Hollenberg; third
vice-president, Virginia Slusser;
fourth vice-president. Margaret
Schreiber; secretary. Elma Nell;
treasurer, Clark Wood.
First Church chapter Presi
dent, Evert Bennett; first vice
president, Frederick Blatchford;
second vice-president. Barbara
A m es ; -third vice-president.
Blanche Recce; fourth vice-president.
Helen Skinner; secretary.
Willa Ames; treasurer, Norman
Junior High chapter President
Julia Johnson: first vice-president
Harry Mosner; seconu "
ident, Beatrice uonaiasou. iuwu
vice-president. Harold Monroe;
fourth vice-president. Helen Hol-
taaay; secretary. .in Cu..,be acccnlpanied by a fh!rpinS
treasurer. George Waterman. permit -igned by the proper offi
Th3 Baracea-Philatb.ea class
the Calvary Baptist bibls school ;sj
DlanniDg to hold a social at the.
Y. M. C. A. Friday evening. May
24. Games and water sports will j Any shipment of clover seed or
suppleroent the dinner to be held j strawberry pianta not accompar
in the dining room at 6:30 o'clock.' ied by tlie proper shipping pcrni't
I Miss Nina McNary is the teacher;
1 of the class.
He hauled the rocks for
Governor Patterson Satunl.sy
issued a proclamation revokiriK
previous orders establishing ne
matode control areas In parts ot
Washington, Yamhill and Clack
amas counties. The proclamation
was requested by the state board
of horticulture, of which C. A.
Park of Salem is president.
In lieu of the protection afford
ed by the control areas the board
of horticulture has Issued a new
order providing for quarantine
precautions affecting clover seed
j and strawberry plants
order all clover seed or strawberry
plants moved or offered for sale
within the state of Oregon shall
cial of the state board
state board of horti-
statlng that the serd .r
strawberry plants contained in 1 1 -
snipment nave reen c. eared in
manner approved by the board.
will be destroyed upon -reaching
the necessity may arise, our
service is available and
We place fine mortuary
service within the reach cf
CLOUGH- HUSTON C?