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the hope that all mar jenjoy. the
ahort time that will be Spent la
our midst to the fullest extent.
We hope your deliberation' may
be pleasant, and your actions eoa
structive and helpful to the- mem
bership of your district
W. I. STALET, ;
To Kiwanians: i
ft is with a great deal of pjeas-
re that the Salem Chamb4f
members of the
We are glad
that you hare
come to share
with us for a
few days, the
beauties of Sa
lem and sur
try. The mem
bers of oar or
at your serrlce,
B. K. Sissort - . ;-
.and we trust th-t wc may la ame
amall measure add something to,
your happiness dtrinijoflKjtajr J
anions us. .. J-'flfcA
Salem Charab- ofbss&fjffce,
2. E. SIS30N,' Pres
SI C MM GS IS
pany, as one of the officials at the
hrne office, which position he
a tw holds.
Expert In Bis Field .
In bis chosen field Mr, Cum
in?j la ,natienally, known, r We
ha -served tl ' an t cfflecr of local
I .if Underwriters association,
an l on the executive committee of
tti National Association of Life
I'ii lerwriters. He is at present
th director of school of Life .In
surance of the Kansas City School
of Commerce of Lincoln and Lee
university and Is a member of the
executive committee of the Life
4i Liiy. jie is aiso Known as a
epeaker on life Insurance subjects,
a contributor to life insurance
publications, and Is the author of
a rm on life insurance selling.
In addition to his major busi
ness connection, Mr. Cummlngs
serve as the president of one real
estate company, the vice-president
of j not her and as a dlreptojof
tw.i additional business .tter
lI l-;tM. , ' r2
Mr. Cummlngs is martial
has one child, a boy. Hit XavoTite
iccreation.is goir. v-, Vv -f
Tuesday Morning, August 20
7 :00 a. m. . Secretaries' Breakfast,
Marion Hotel. .
Hall of Representatives
9:00 a.m. Singing.
D O. Armstrong, Oregon City,
Rev. W. E. Couper, Sec. Coos Bay
9:15 a. m. Report of District Commu
tes on Vocational Guidance and Place
ment. Howard W. Cooper, Lewiston,
9 :30 a. m. "Education in Kiwanis."
Charles F. Walker, Portland,
Chairman District Committee on
9:45 a.m. Report of District Commit
tee on Efficiency Contest, and award
ing of District Prizes as follows:
Gold Division, Spokane.
Silver Division, Astoria.
Blue Division Tillamook & Elma.
White Division, Wenatchee.
HarryNobbs, Vancouver, B. C,
. . : . Chairman. '
; . Discusion.
'10:05 a.m. Music.
. 10:10 a. m. Five minute' talks on Kiwan
. " is topics in competition for prize
- -- offered by GovernT Harry Gow
' " man. -w.w
Division 2 Nelson J. Craigue, Everett.
2 Warren Butler, Tacoma.
4 George E. Canfield, Cleelum.
5 Matt Thernes, Spokane.
7 Dr. Wilford H. Belknap,
8 Frank B. Bennett, Tilla
mook. 9 Charles Edwards, Roseburg.
10:40 a.m. Singing.
Ai Holland, Astoria, leader, '
10 :45 a.' in; ' "Divisional RepresenUtidh
at International Conventions."
J. H. Gonyea, Tacoma.
11:05 a.m. Report of "District Commit
tee on Attendance.
Claude T. Walker, Elma, Chairman
11:15 a.m. Address "Plans of Kiwanis
International for Convention Year."
O. Sam Cummings, Dallas, Texas,
Immediate Past International Pres
ident. 11:45 a.m. Music.
11:55 a. m. Adjournment
12:15 p.m. Past Governor Jack S. Ma
giadry, Eugene, presiding. v.
Address, "The Corner Stone of Serv
ice." Harold M. Diggon, Victoria, Dis
1:45 p.m. Business Session.
Report of District Committee on Laws
Ray J. Venables, Spokane, Chair
Final Report of Resolutions Commit
tee. R. G. McCuish, Vancouver, B. C,
Report of Credentials Committee.
Report of Nominating Committee.
Past Gov. A. H. Syverson, Spo
Election of Officers for 1930.
Invitation from 1930 Convention City,
Victoria, B. C.
3:00 p.m. Adjournment.
3:10 p.m. Trip through Flax Plant at
6:30 p.m. Exhibition Drill, Capital
Post No. 9 Drum Corps, Winner of
2nd place Nat Convention American
7:00 p.m. District Governor T. Harry
Entertainment Numbers provided by
Under direction Cy Pruner, Portland
PortlandRussian Ballet Dancers.
' Roseburg Kiwanis 'Krazy Kon
zert Oregon City Quartet.
South Bend Orchestra.
Spokane Musical Trio.
Victoria Men's Duet
Announcement of Awards in Speak
Announcement of Awards In Club
Announcement of Awards in Quartet
Intoduction of 1930 District Officers.
Six Clubs Have
All Members in
Dues Paid Class
(C ntin;:a from Pt.g " 't.Y r
H.-ii.-. "Am the BesoxifoU"
hi ri CcrrCrc;a?!oa
All "A Salumtion c! th 0V"
!?. A!xcdfr G. tfr,ntt
.- y-in Acne MfS'f.diH Kpopopftl
Church. Sfa:t' Vah.
it " Sc!eciU
Kii;n Kiwanis lob
.' it arpentfr, iiTtt ntor
I!k Krv-on, lrifCL . ;
'- .il l V.'hi i ,,
t: . ' Onward in Kiwsnta
P. . I..-,:
1 lv Thant Tr;,ItT
Honors for complete enrollment
of members for attendance at the
convention here go to tlx clubs in
the district according to annaunce
ment Satnrday by Scott Page, con
Ttntlon chairman. TUlaraook -won
the trophy for fhls mark of dis
tinction -when It checked In more
than a fortnight ago with every
member enrolled. McMlnnville.
Albany, Salem, Oregon City and
Dallas quickly followed suit with
erery member In those clubs har
ing paid his tees In full tor the
State Groups to
Hear T a 1 e n t on
Pitients and Inmate" at varlons
jtjie institutions will share In the
iii my features planned for the
ri.'s'.vmion here according to Scott
P.i -i f onvention chairman.
A number of the ruukak!ea.t
ur planned for the meetlsf Trill
l,j ;-eiented to these PorJ n---r
arranRements completed" Sat
vC ly with the woman's industrial
M-iinol. the state tuberculosis hos
ritji and the Old People's home
Programs will be held at these
Institutions both Monday . and
Tuesday. ' . S . "
Infant Club of
Entire 85 Will
The infant Kiwauis club of the
85 which will be represented at
the district convention here thi3
week, is that of Port Orchard,
Wash., which held its charter
night only last week, on August
14. The club at Paulsbo-N'orth
Kitsap county. Wash., received its
charter August 9. At the other
extreme is the Portland c!u,
which was the first established in
Other Clubs in.
City go Out 6f
1 Way to Assist
The Snlrm Rotary and Lions
cl ih; have both reformed valiant
Sj-.-vSce in preparing for the con-
ent'on. President w . i. ;aiey or
A. snone or trip i.iono chid ooin
3 vine Rone out of their way to
... t . .
Izitlon-; to the local club. Mem-be-
ci these sroups will place at
tli: service of t.i" visitors num
erals cars In which the visiting
Ki-v.miaiis will be shown about
Start Today at
f Senator Hotel
To-i -t- ton will start t 1
iIim afternoon at the Sen-
hotel. A PDCcial-room for
-' ration has be-n provided In
-.ir adjacent to the lobby of
- ' r.tel.
'"kt? Issued to the'defegaleB
will make It possible for memhers
lan,.uets as well as to enter srltb
out charge other entertainneBt
a'nre-s provided tor tn con-
Yoaiion. -4 T
We print letter heaasr.ouaess
card, posters, signs, bosklet,,al
, Blast anything In our Job shop.
CaH for prices.
To the Members of
the Salem Kiwanis
Club and Their La
dies: We are' on the eve of pro
bably the biggest objective
the local Kiwaiii club will
ever have the privilege to
perform, viz; the entertain
ment of delegates and mem
bers from the 85 clnbs of
the Pariflc Northwest Dis
trict of Kiwanis Internation
al. This -district being the
only on composed of citi
zens of two nations Oar
Country and Canada.
A citizens of one of the
most beautiful cities of the
district, if not of the two na
tions, let us show our pride
by extending a cordial greet
ing and hospitality that will
be remembered by one and
all of our guest--;.
This we can do by each
one doing hU or her part in
the little things that may
occur, such as the use o f
your car, donating flowers
from your garden, etc.
Duo to the thoughtful
planning and the unselfish
devotion of time and labor
by each and every member
of ail the committers i n
charge, I cannot help but
think this will he an out
standing achlevemeet in Ki
The committee have used
what funds that were avail
able from your registration
fees in a manner they
thought would reflect cre
dit to our club and the fair
city of Salem.
Iet our motto "We Bat Id"
be exemplified by our ac
tions . in "building" new
friendships for our dub and
GERVAIS Father H. A. Orth,
accompanied by two ot his altar
boys, George Hauptman and John
Matter are spending tha week vis
iting at several Oregon beaches.
Mr. andMrs. Chester Vincent
and family ot Pullman, Washing
ton, are guests at tha home of
Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Stevens.
They have spent a month at the
coast and other recreational re
sorts. Mr. and Mrs. Fox and Mrs.
John Craigmile, and Mrs. Leslie
Cralgmile and children Barbara
and Leslie Cralgmile Jr., of Port
land were recent guests at the
home of Mrs. Craigmile's uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Nay-
George Schindler of Portland,
spent last week as guests of his
brother, Fred Schindler.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cutsforth
had as their guest recently, Mrs.
H. D. Mars of Jefferson.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoxey and sons
Eugene and Harold of Los An
geles, and Miss Theresa Schindler
of Gervais, spent last week at the
Mr. and Mrs. D. Kleen went to
Portland Sunday from where they
left Monday with Mr. and Mrs. E.
Churchill for Nebraska.
Much wheat has been threshed
here the past week, the yield Is
above the average 40 to 45 bush
els per acre is not at all unusual.
One field of 9 acres of red wheat
averaged 63 bushels per acre.
Six threshing machines and 2
combines are doing the work in
Eighteen young people from here
attended the Epworth League in
stitute at Falls City last week.
Several others attended some of
the meetings and on Sunday there
were about 50 from here in attendance.
Minnesota's potato farms draw
many tourists each summer.
Tha threshing dinner, prepared
by tha farmer's wlfa. is fading in
Ohio. Many of tha wives this year
transported the threshing hands
to nrban restaurants.
MONITOR, August 17Mrm.
Waivo Lenon returned . home
Thursday tvenlnf from Portn
where sji had been visiting for
several days with her cousins, Mr.
and Mrs. H. B. Helms. Sh was
accompanied horns by Mr. and
Mrs. Nelma and A. R. Lenon of
Mr. and Mrs. M. O. White
drove to Brietehbush Springs
Saturday afternoon and spent the
night, returning horns Sunday
Mrs. P. B. Hastle, who has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Nellie Rowe in Bellingham for
the past several months, was call
ed to Bend the first of the week
on account of the serious Illness
of another daughter Mrs. Delia
McCully. Mrs. Hastle, who was
accompanied by Mrs. McCully'i
daughter from Portland, stopped
off at the Omer Hastle home over
night ,on her way to Bend.
Mrs. Waivo Lenon, L. D. Lenon
and Mrs. Ida Dimlck visited their
aunt, Miss Edith Sawtell In Mo.
lalla last Sunday afternoon. Miss
Sawtell. has been sick for the past
Miss Donnle Conyne Is out
again after undergoing a tonsil
operation at theOregon City hos
. The Brantner young folks.
Samuel, Wayne and Misses Leota
and Leila, returned last Monday
from Hood River where they had
gone several days before In their
car to take Homer and Allen- Dil
ly home. The Dilly boys had been
visiting their grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. S. L. Brantner for sev.
era! weeks. They were accompan.
led home by Jessie Carpenter, an.
other grandson, who will visit
here for a couple of weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. AVan Cleave
and sons, Howard and Oordon,
and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olson
and daughter, Marian of Port,
land left Tuesday morning for
Newport for a weeks sojourn at
j Mr. and Mrs. George Celcjorter
of Burbank. California, arrived
and are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Lowrey. Mr. and Mrs. Col.
clozler formerly lived here. He
owned the barber shop, and his
wife wai the telephone operator.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Edland of
Walla Walla arrived Wednesday
in their car and are visiting at
the Ingval Edland and B. W. Pat.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ernston of
British Columbia are visiting
Mr. and Mri. E. W. Towner,
who left here last fan for Long
Beach, California, returned the
first of the week and are visiting
relatives here. They think there
is no place like Oregon and It Is
their intention to locate here.
Arthur Schnlder was painfully
burned about the face, chest and
.arms last week from steam and
hot water from his tractor, while
operating his threshing machine.
He Is confined to his bed and is
under the care of Dr. Schoor of t
CUnde Barrkk, district attorney
of Tillamook county, is lieutenant
governor of this section of the
northwest district. He is always
an enjoyed . visitor at club meet
ings throughout the valley.
Ernie Weller had his bicycle
badly wrecked, but fortunately
escaped Injury, when he collided
with a ear driven by Martin Rost.
void, Wednesday, on the eorner
by the Norwegian church. Mr.
Rostvold paid all the damages to
the bicycle though he was not to
blame for the wreck. Ernie hav.
lag turned In front of the car
Mrs. M. O. White and mother.
Mrs. Lewis Melby, were joint "host,
esses at the home of the former
on Wednesday afternoon to the
teembej i'tnV Ladles' XTd so
ciety ot Nidlrot church. About S5
members were present. At the
Cgyhisipa of. te business meet
Tag the members busied them,
selves with fancy work for the
fall bazaar, Delicious refresh,
ments of sandwiches, salads, cake
and Ice cream, were served by the
Mr. and Mrs. A .G. Bender and
family have returned to Monitor,
having moved from Jefferson to
their farm here recently occupied
by Mr. Frink and family, who
moved to Salem, where they will
reside until they find a suitable
HOPMERE .August 17 When
the pavement from the McNary
corner to Hopmere was finished,
the county court decided to pave
another two miles on the old
Champoeg road from Hopmere to
Waconda. and the work will con.
tinne until this stretch is com
pleted. It Is probable this road
will eventually be paved on to the
river and Is thought that it will
be a part of the third highway be
tween Salem and Portland.
Loganberry picking is over and
threshing la In full swing in thia
community. The Fitta and Stur
gls machines are both running.
Mr. and Mrs. Walt Landers
have had as their guests recently.
Mrs. Pearl Townsend and daugh.
ters. Rath and Dorothy Town
send. The many friends of Miss Ella
Finney who has been 111 will be
glad te learn she Is recovering
LABIS H CENTER. August 17
Mrs. Mognett and daughter of
Tigard were recent guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R,
Daugherty. Mr. Daugherty is buy
ing grain and reports the grain
crop as being very good this year.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burr have
gone to Bellingham, Wash'.cgton,
on a business trip.
Forrest Rhodes has gone to
eastern Oregon to work in the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Isham and
children went to the coast Sun
day. Fred and Edward McClaugh
ry and Ernest Garbarino ent to
Jantzen beach Sunday.
Several farmers in this section
have started to pull their onions.
The onions are very good this
MOUNTAIN VIEW, August 17
Mrs. Walter Bush and children
motored to Chehalis last week,
where they were guests of Mrs.
Bush's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N.
0. Wilson, and of a sister and
husband, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton
Kennedy, all of whom formerly
Miss Mary Doran is enjoying a
vacation at Neskowln. She went
out Tuesday and expects to be
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lynch,
Victor Lynch and daughters.
Frances and Elaine, attended the
Dakota, plcnie at Turner Sunday.
Mrs. Frank Wilson ef Sunny.
Ids attended church services at
Greetings . . .
Day & Niles, Inc.
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
Cor. ChemekeU and High Tel. 471
Salem is proud to have
the men and women of
Kiwanis as its guests. .
Your Motto "We Build"
is an ideal for every bus
iness as well as each individual.
We Furnish Materials to Build With
Oar large stock includes all kinds of building materials. If it is for permanent con
struction, we have it.
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North Capitol and Union Telephone 728 or 2248
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j Extend you greetings and an invitation to I
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