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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Tuesday Bloming, Blay 21,1929
MRS. TAYLOR IS
?th Anniversary Observed
at Mehama; Surprise
Mehama, May 29 Three miles
east of Mehama on the banks of
. the Santiam is the heme of Mr.
and Mrs. Marion Taylor.
Sunday, May 19. 1929. was
Mrs. Taylor's 77th birthday and
was the occasion for a happy sur
prise party for "Grandma", as so
many affectionally call her"
Mr. Taylor is the owner of the
wvll known Taylor's prove, a
beautiful camp ground on the
Santiam. Mrs. Taylor's hobby is
her flowers whiqh she grows in
great profusion from early spring
until frost. Her home w&t beau
tiful for the day with her lovely
tiriips, blue bells and other flow
ers. Dahlias are her special pride
and she raises them to perfection.
A delicious, bountiful dinner,
Those presen were her child
ren, Elva Taylor and his wife
from Silverton, Edwin Taylor
and wife of Lyons, and Mrs.
Jack Patton and husband of Mac
leay. Her grandchildren. Mrs Remo
.Moser of Portland and her little
daughter, Ceraldine, Edwin Tay
lor and his wife, from Kelso,
Washington. Mrs. Vala Cerate!
and her husband of Portland,
Vern Patton, his wife and Eons,
Ernest ana Jackie of Macleay.
Harry Patton, his wife and child
ren, Shirley and Rusiell of Port
land, Mrs. Taylor's brother,
Other guests were Farrens of
Silverton, Wm. Taylor, Walter
Taylor and wife. Mr. and Mrs.
Ned Richards, Robert Patton.
Mrs. Kate Downing. Mr. and Mrs.
J. Alberts, Mrs. Griffith. Mrs.
Siegel, Mrs. Hosmer, Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Carter and son, Xorval.
The only one of Mrs. Taylor's
own family who was absent was
her grandson, Elmer Taylor and
'LAV AT GERVSIS
GERVAIS, May 20. The com
edy entitled "At the End of the
Rainbow" which was given at
the Gervais city hall on Friday
evening, was well received. The
Gervais Christian Endeavor soci
ety sponsored the comedy and
shared the proceeds on a 50-50
basis after all necessary expenses
were paid. The cast of players
were from the Jason Lee Meth
odist church in Salem. Some of
whom belong to the National Dra
matic Fraternity of Willamette
University, Theta Alpha Phi and
of the Snikpoh Dramatic society
of the Salem high school: all are
exoerienced in play producing.
The coach. Miss Marcia Fuest
nian, has studied under Miss Mary
McKee, who is a graduate of Wes
leyan Conservatory in Missouri,
and there received h(r master's
degree in dramatics. At present
the coach is studying under Mrs.
Otto K. Paulus a t Willamette
The cast was as follows: Imp, a
frerhman, Margaret Eddy; Phyl
lis Lane, a football enthusiast,
Beulah Graham; Emily Elliott,
Willi a confeit nee, Violet Beech
cr; Polly Price, sorority girl, Sar
ah Dark; Ted Whitney, football
captain, Joe Felton; Mariou Pres
ton, a ward of R. Preston, Eve
lyn Cumimngs; Robert Paulson,
a lawyer, Raymond Miller; Dick
Preston, a groom, W m. Heseman;
Kellie Preston, a bride, Ruth Bau
er; Jane, a maid with a taste for
literature, Marjorie Moser; Elsa
Ernest, a sorority girl, Gwendolyn
Hubbard; Kathleen Knox, chair
man of Rushing committee, Ber
nice Rickman; Marjorie Arnold,
a sorority girl. Barbara Barham;
Mola Bruce, pledge to Theta Phi,
Ruth Smith; Jack Austin, Pres
ton's secretary, Donald Douris;
Stanley Palmer, as "Hawkins the
Butler" Donald Watson; Louise
Ross known as Miss Grayson,
Leah Fanning ;' Douglas Brown, a
football player. Bill Lewis; and
Mrs. Brown, stepmother to D.
Brown, Dorothy Whipple.
Oi Couple To Be
INDEPENDENCE, May 20
Mr. and Mu. E. G. Ranton and
family went to Rickreall Friday
evening to visit Rev. and Mrs.
Harold Fogg and children.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dickinson
will celebrate their 50th wedding
anniversary Tuesday, May 28.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Ingermanson
are visiting their son Williard and
family in Oregon City.
Whit Kelley spent the weekend
In Salem with his daughter, Mrs.
E. G. Roberts.
Mrs. M. D. Colter, who lives
west of Independence has gone to
Tillamook to spend a week with
her daughter, Mrs. Bertie Savory.
For New Ad Idea
Solicitors for a new advertising
scheme are reported to be visiting
Salem business men. Their plan Is
to prepare maps of Salem with ad.
rertlslng on the border. The bus
iness men have been warned to
ask these solicitors to show evi
dence that their plan has the ap
proval of the Business Men's
league, before buying space on the
maps. Local persons are planning
to issue similar maps without ad
Betty Godfrey shows the Innocent looking fountain pea which really
is tear ga gun used by narcotic agents la their war on dope peddlers
Jefferson; Supply Coming
JEFFERSON. May 20 Rev.
Nelson has resigned as pastor of
the Christian church in Jefferson
and the pulpit will be supplied by
Rev. Charles E. Gross of Mon
mouth het Sunday.
Mrs. Jasper Main is assisting
with the house work at the Henry
Powell home, during the illness of
Mrs. Spragg was visiting friends
in C'orvallis over the week end.
Her daughter Jeanie, a trained
nurse of Portland, Joined her
there, and together they attended
some of the festivities at O. S. C.
Mrs. Farrington Visits
Mrs. Grady Farrington left for
Portland Saturday to visit her
mother Mrs. Mason and also to
get her two children, who have
been in the care of their grand
mother during Mrs. Farrington's
The Woman's Fo'reign Mission
ary society of the M. E. church.
met at the home of Mrs. Earl
Lynes Wednesday afternoon with
Mrs. Mamie Fontaine, leader. The
topic for the afternoon's study
was, "Three Fold Stewardship."
Following the study of the lesson,
a social hour was enjoyed and
later in the afternoon refresh
ments were served by the hostess
to the following Mrs. Earl
Phelps, Mrs. George Mason, Mrs.
Joe Fontaine, .Mrs. Roscoe
Thomas, Mrs. L. N. Bennett, Mrs.
Guy Roland, Mrs. Blanche Libby,
Mrs. Edward Terry, and Miss Ad-
Ieaves For Southern Oregon
Cecil Libby left by stage for
southern Oregon, Friday even
ing, where he is employed by the
state highway department, in road
Mrs. Fred Barna, Mr. and Mrs.
Grady Farrington, Anna Klampe
and Mrs. E. E. Reeves were Al
bany business visitors Thursday.
Flunk day Was staged Thursday
by the seniors of the Jefferson
high school. All the members of
the class were dressed as juven
iles, each having an all day suck
er. Miss Bolderson, the class ad
viser, chaperoned the party. The
class went to school, but did not
remain very long, when they mo
tored to Stephens park, near Mar
ion where they enjoyed a picnic
and weinie roast. Senior mem
bers of the class who enjoyed the
gala festivity were: Virginia Mc
Kee. Elizabeth Looney, Jean
Smith, Marjorie Fontaine, Lorene
Hart, Laura Kihs, Florence Thom
as, Gilbert Looney, Gilbert
Spragg, Leonard McCaw, Clair
Calavan. Charles Hart. Dallis Har
ris, William Smith, Jr., and the
class adviser, Miss Bolderson.
Only one member of the class
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miller mo-
on Trip to
NORTH SANTIAM. May 20
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Cobb partici
pated in an excursion to Detroit,
and as far above that place as a
car could be driven, and a picnic
dinner, on Mother's Day.
In the party were Mr. and Mrs.
V. O. Huddleston. Mr. and Mrs. C.
P. Hnddleston, Lela Huddleston,
and Garland Huddleston, of Wllla
mina and Mr. and Mrs. 0. W
Cobb and Grand-children Clifton
and Maxine of North Santiam.
The trip to Detroit has proven
that one need not travel far to en
joy the wonders of creation; for
the beautiful winding roads built
In seemingly Impossible places,
flanked on either side of tower
ing snow clad mountains, deep
gorges and swiftly flowing riv
ers, giant trees, flowering shrub,
and fern, give a diversity of scen
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Scotts Mills Man
Qmte Badly Hurt
By Cable in Mill
SOTTS MILLS, May 20.
Jesse Kellogg was serious
ly hart Friday at the Butte
Creek mill. He was pulling
logs in from the pond, and
was watching the cable. Not
realizing the logs were get
ting so close, he was caught
between the logs nd both
his legs were broken. He
was rushed to the Silver
ton hospital, where he was
resting easy at last reports.
Ellis JVickelson who was
hurt in a saw mill ten days
ago, is getting along nicely,
but still confined in a Sil
tored to Redmond to attend the
commencement exercises of the
Redmond high school which was
an event on May 16. Miss Juani
ta Weston, grand daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Miller is the salutatorian
of the class of 1929.
Mrs. Cutsforth Is
Back From Trip
To Cisco, Calii.
GERVAIS, May 20 Mrs. Dale
Cutsforth and small son, Jackie
returned the first of the week
from a month's visit with Mr
Cutsforth who is working for the
Southern Pacific company at Cis
Mrs. Sophia Borglet, who has
been a guest of her father Franz
Nibler, returned to her home in
Hillsboro, Thursday. Other re
cent guests at the Nibler home
were Mrs. Marie Schmidt and
daughters of Eugene. Mrs.
Schmidt is a daughter of Mr. Nib
fiiss Arletha McDougal of Port
land, and sRose McDougall of
Hermiston, accompanied by Miss
Lela Gibson of The Dalles, and
Robert Wyman of Portland, spent
Mothers day with their parents
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McDougall of
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Moisan of
Patton, Calif.. Mrs. Mary Moisan,
Mr. Charles Moisan, and daughter
Evelyn Moisan of Brooks and Mrs
Tercilia Dejardm of Salem were
recent dinner guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Moisan.
Two great dailies The Oregon
Statesman and The Portland Tele
ery which can not be surpassed,
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Keithley and
son, Willis, Mr. and Mrs. Leland
Keithley and baby, Mary Louise
Mr. and Mrs. Willis KeithleyT!
and Mrs. E. P. Mills, and Eugene
Ewell spent Mother's Day at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley An
Sings With Glee Club
Retha Davis went to Salem
Heights Friday night to sing with
the Glee clnb of the Aumsvllle
high school. The concert numbers
given at the Anmsrille auditori
um April 19 were repeated there,
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Cobb of Wil-
lamina were Mother's Day visi
tors at the O. W. Cobb home. Mr,
Cobb returned home, leaving Mrs.
Cobb to spend the week visiting
friends and relatives here.
Gerrals, May 20 Mrs. James
Brehaute entertained th mis
sionary society at her home on
Wednesday afternoon with Mrs.
A. B. Minaker as assisting host
ess. Mrs. Rose Strawbridge led the
devotional and the president, Mrs.
Scott Jones the lesson study, the
foreign subject being "Mexico"
and . the natlonad "The Spaniard
in the United States."
At the social hour, the host
esses, Mrs. Brehaute and Mrs.
Minaker served delicious re
freshments. Guests Are Numerous
Guests of the afternoon were:
Mrs. Thomas Cnmmings and Mrs.
Wesely Boyes of Newberg, Mrs.
Cummlngs and Mrs. Boyes are
daughters of the Rev. and Mrs.
T. Brouflette, and their father
was pastor of the Gervais church
about 35 years ago. Mrs. Charles
H. Burleigh of West Salem, an
ordained minister, was also a
visitor, and gave a very interest
ing talk. Other guests were. Mrs.
V. McAdoo, Mrs. H. Harms,
Mrs. TJ. S. Armstrong and Mrs.
Rose Strawbridge. Members pres
ent were: Mrs. A. R. Seigmund,
Mrs. G. J. Moisan, Mrs. C. A. Saw
yer, Mrs. Jennie Booster, Mrs.
Scott Jones, Mrs. 9. S. Parker. Mrs.
Tom Dltmar, Mrs. G. T. Wads-
worth. Mrs. Nicks. Mrs. H. L.
Graffious, Mrs. R. S. Marshal,
Mrs. Ida Schwab, Mrs. William
Alsup, Mrs. Herman Jelderk, Mrs.
Sumner Stevens, Mrs. Dale Cuts-
forth. Mrs. Charles Moore, Mrs.
Charles Vogt. Mrs. John Dowd,
Mrs. Sylvester Manning, Mrs. J.
Harper, and the hostesses. Mrs.
A. B. Minaker and Mrs. James
The next meeting will be held
at the church June 19 and will
be an all-day affair.
WOODBURN, May 20. The
Juniors entertained the seniors of
Woodburn high at an annual the
atre party and reception May 17
in the Woodburn high school au
The Pacific university players
presented the three-act farce
What Anne Brought Home," af
ter which the juniors and their
guests adjourned to the upper
halls for music and refreshments
The halls were decorated beauti
fully with lattice work, and fir
trees entwined with greenery, and
blue and white flowers. A Span
ish scheme was carried out In the
program and setting. Radio mu
sic, Spanish songs, and Spanish
dances were Included in the pro
For Mrs. Powell
Are Held May 16
VALSETZ, May 20. Funeral
services for Mrs. N. E. Powell, age
78 years were held at 2 p. m. May
16 in Lewisville. She leaves two
sons. Clarence and Cieve Powell
of Valsetz. three daughters, Mrs
Alpha Kritzer of Valsetz, Mrs.
Grace Brown of Pedee and Mrs
Baldwin of Tenino, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. Ryan drove to
Monmouth and brought their
daughter. Vera and Ethel Elliott
to spend the week-end.
Curley Bullis spent last week
end with his mother In Indepen
Mrs. Ike Weaver of Camp 1,
was taken to a Salem hospital
where she underwent an operation
for appendicitis last Tuesday.
A former Valsets family, Mr.
and Mrs. Carl .Lldstram now of
Bend. Ore., visited with old
friends a few days this week.
The swimming hole near Camp
was so inviting the other day
that Mrs. DimUry, her daughter
Elaine and Bernlce Kellogg, went
in and enjoyed a real cold swim
Vernon and Emersoav Murphy
with their families drove to Dallas
and spent Mother's Day with their
mother, Mrs. Joe Murphy, return
ing Monday p. m.
Visit From Independence
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ross of
Independence are visiting at the
homes of their daughter and son.
Mrs. W. Ray Guy Ross. ,
While at work the other day
Mr. Brink was taken 111. He la
resting well at the home of his
daughter. Mrs. Archie Brown.
Pete Stoltenberg has returned
from Falls City where he had gone
to take his first degree in the Ma
OAKDALE HAPPY .
OAKDALE, May 20. The peo
ple of Oakdale school, district No
90, wish to express their apprecla
tion to Joseph Albert of Salem
for the beautiful flag he presented
to the school Saturday, May 18
at the picnic.
The teacher. Miss Audrey Baier
and the children gave a splendid
A big dinner with Ice cream and
a marshmallow roast was very
Music was also given by Mrs
Spoor, Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor and
O. S. C. May 19. Charles Jo
seph Nusbaum, son of Joe Nus-
baum of Salem, is expected to be
a candidate for graduation from
the college In June. His major is
botany. Nusbaum Is a member of
the Alpha Delta Sigma honorary
fraternity in advertising, a, mem
bey of the Sigma Gamma' social
fraternity, and a corporal In the
R. O. T. C. He has had two years
of practictal experience In the of
fice of forest pathology.
Two great dailies The Oregon
Statesman and The Portland Tele
gram for only SO cents per month
I N JUNIORS
12 61S, 17 BOIfS
INDEPENDENCE, May SO
Twelve girls and 17 buys will
graduate from the Independence
high school at the commencement
exercises which are to be held Fri
day, June 7. The speaker on
that occasion will be Professor N.'
H. Cornish of O. S. C. Sunday,
June 3, the baccalaureate service
will be held In one of the churches
of the city.
Wednesday evening will be
class night and Friday the com
Laurene Kemp Having the
highest average of the senior class
has been made valedictorian.
Next highest. Helen Byers will
give the salutation. Members of
the graduating class are: Robert
Stiff, Richard Stapleton, Mary
Monzingo, Donald Barnum, La
Vaughn Bigelow, Blanche Baker,
Virginia Burch, Winston Purvine,
William Kelley, Sadie Cockle, Eva
Bullls, Laurene Kemp, Francis
Newton, Harold Sparks, Fred
Harp, Helen Byers. Galena Kurre.
Lyle Webb, Ethel Hennagin, Rich
ard Pepworth. Claire Prather,
William Irvine. Donald Youn.
Eldon Jory, Dale Wood, Norman
Baker, Alice Palmer, Otis Brax
ling, and Emma Krocker.
WACONDA. May 20. Mr. and
Mrs. Sherman Ruggles, and small
son, who have been employed on
the Paul Jones ranch, the past
four years have moved to Dallas
to make their home.
W. R. Palmer of Linton spent
the past week end with relatives.
Claud Palmer of Portland was a
recent guest of his parents..
School closed here Friday, and
community picnic was held on
the Waconda school grounds Wed
nesday. A basket dinner was serv
ed at noon and in the afternoon
games, contests, and other sports
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Rusell
and son of Tillamook have been
recent guests of relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell plan moving
back to this section to make their
Miss Marvel Wargnier and Miss
Agnes Wargnier went to Newport
last Sunday and spent the day.
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Binnie Green, 14, (left) and Henry Tetherow, 17, undernourished
mill hands, carried their grievances into the senate, telling tales of
eo hours per week in the textile mills at Gastonia, N. C, for which
Henry earned a princely salary of 97 a week and Binnie about $4.95.
As a result the senate is conducting an inquiry into the conditions
Bridge Party Is
Given In Honor
Of Mrs. Virgil
DALLAS. May 20 Mrs. E. B.
Hamilton and Mrs. L. V. Woods
entertained with a bridge party
Thursday evening in honor of
Mrs. Edith Virgil who is spending
t h G 3 r its -aea
FINE TURKISH and DOMESTIC tobaccos, not only BLENDED but CROSS -BLENDED
some time here before she leaves
for Glendale, Calif., where she
will make her home. High score
of the evening was made by Mrs.
Paul Skeels. Invited guests were
Mrs. Ray Scott, Mrs. Harry Viers,
Mrs. Simon Grindheim, Mrs.
Harold Rich, Mrs. Jack Eakin,
Mrs. Maurice Dalton. Mrs. Clint
Foster, Miss Jessie Myers of Sa
lem, Mrs. Robert Kreason, Miss
Nina Farley. Mrs. Paul Skeels, the
guest of honor and the hostesses.
TASTE above everything
It is true, kteraUy, that in making
Chesterfields we put taste above everything.'
Tobaccos must be right, their aging thor
ough, their blending and CROSS BLENDING
accurate all for better taste. And evidently
smokers are putting taste above everything
too-for theyertainly do stick to Chesterfields.
Fl MM READERS
PRATTM. May 20 O. D. Brun-
kow and family from Portland
were visitors at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred De Vries Sunday.
They attended church here in the
Seven automoble loads of ep
worth leaguers went to Silver
Creek Falls Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Kleen returned
from the coast Saturday where
they had spent a week visiting
with their son and family.
Miss Sarah Bridgemaa of West
Salem attended church and Sun
day school here Sunday morning.
She was entertained at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. George Kleen.
Visits Miss Emery
Miss Mary Ridell from Salem
while visiting her friend Miss Eve
lyn Emery here attended church
both morning and evening.
Rev. P. Kliever of Monroe,
Washington will preach here Tues
day evening at Oe Mennonit
Miss Betty Simpson front Port
land was a visitor at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Q. H. Thompson
Sunday., She attended church
here in the mornfng.
Back Front Los Angeles
Mrs. Lee who was a delegate to
the W. F. M. S. convention at Los
Angeles last fall gave a very in
teresting report on that meeting
here Sunday evening. Mrs. Gor.
don Black and Mrs. Melvin John
son told the audience about the
Japanese work at lake Labish.
Herbert Widmer, a missionary
from Palestine, was a visitor at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Staulfer last week.
Nearly the entire neighborhood
south of Pratum attended the
funeral of Charles Sapingfield
Winner In Meet
To Make Posters
DALLAS. May 20 The Junior
high school poppy poster eontn-t
which was sponsored by Carl B.
Fenton unit American Legion aux
iliary came to a close Friday when
prizes were awarded for the three
best posters. Dorothy Palmer
won first. Lena Swatzkey second,
and Marie Hiebert third. Priies
were 12.00 $1.50 and $1.00.
Judges appointed by the auxiliary
were Mrs. Penn Crum, Mrs. Ivan
Warner, and Mrs. Earle Hibbard.
Posters are on display In Stafrin's
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