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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1929)
Chamber of Commerce Has
Dinner at St. Luke's
WOODBURN, October 18. One
hundred and fifty men from the
community of Woodburn attended
tbe meeting and dinner of tbe
Chamber of Commerce or wood
bnra In the St. Luke's community
ball Wednesday evening.
A - bountlous chicken dinner
u erred by the W. C. O. F. in
family style ana aunng mo m
Leta's orchestra furnished enter
tainment ... Hon. H. P. Butterfield. presi
. dent of the chamber, opened the
meeting and landed the attend
ance and urged that the quota
present be retained throughout the
year. Several men were present
who are strictly new in the com
munity and they were asked to
say a few words. Rev. G. S. Hart
ag. the new Methodist Episcopal
minister, commented tbe organix-
ii ii.vt - cti.a Bhn lias
avion mguijr. o"w w
recently purchased the Woodburn
' liilling company was present and
talked briefly. The Union Oil com
pany's new local manager, Mr.
Xerby responded and J. S. Bart
Jett of the Classic studio disclosed,
the fact that Woodburn succeeded
la getting more people out to the
' meeting than did Eugene, his for
mer home and a city considerably
larger than Woodburn. V. D. Mal
lng of t h e Ray-Mali Dg cannery
gave a short response.
The speaker of the evening was
Dr. Chambers, member of the psy
chology faculty at Oregon State
college, recently from the Univer
sity of Texas. Dr. Chambers gave
an exceptionally instructive talk,
with the theme of cooperation.
He said that there were two ways
of getting meanings, direct and
indirect and that most of us were
forced to get the major part of
our meanings in the latter method.
The direct being the coming In
contact with the thing to be ex
plained and the indirect being the
reading about the subject or being
told about it. As a result of our
getting pur Impressions In an in
direct way we are apt to get
wrong meanings which are often
the causes of tragic results.
Mr. Chambers illustrated the
fact that many people are preju
diced to others because of creed
or belief but if a person is thrown
la contact with someone whom he
believes different and does not
know their creed he finds them to
be Quite the same as he is. Such is
the condition existing between
capital and labor, town popula
tion and city population and other
classes of people, instead of coop
erating, they are fault finding and
as a result of the opposition both
parties are working under a han
dicap. Dr. Chambers complimented
Oregon highly for the splendid co
operation of the people. He said
veryone was working for the
same goah to make a living, and
that there) was no better way for
everyone, to get the best results
from their efforts than to pull to
gether. With this thought in mind
Dr. Chambers closed with the re
mark that Oregon had a wonder
ful future as tbe melting pot of
Industry where everyone pulled
together for unlimited success.
After the address the business
meeting was called and the pres
ident announced that at the next
meeting election of officers for the
'coming year would be held and
urged all the chairmen of the dif
ferent committees. to be present.
Blaine HcCord suggested that all
those present who were not mem
bers of the chamber of commerce
be extended an invitation to join
that body. The president announ
ced that a committee appointed to
meet with a member of tbe state
chamber of commerce who asked
the Woodburn club to subscribe a
-contribution for the maintain ance
f the Oregon branch office in Los
Angeles for the purpose of adver
tising Oregon. Ray Glatt asked
that Eugene Courtney, who was a
member of the committee, to ex
plain the matter more fully and
Mr. Courtney said the purpose of
the office was to bring new set
tlers Into Oregon.
Mr. Courtney also said that the
work was getting results and that
- naw iit7pna. were broutrht
Into the country through this of-
fiM Mil that woodburn ana the
nrrnnndlnsr vallev communities
were the location of the new res
idents. A lengthy and complicated dls-
naaion of tbe nroblem as to whe
ther or not Woodburn should
nonsor another turkey chase as
they did last year and which re--anitcrf
In the oassinK of a motion
. to the effect that all the business
men of the city who support tne
MM moat In the citv hall at 8:00
o'clock Wednesday evening and
decide about the event and report
at the text meeting. H. L. Gill
reported that the committee that
to wnrv on nlavzround equip
ment for the city had investigated
and found the job too big for the
city to handle. The work was de
aaa ta ha abandoned. Coach
, Wolf irom tne mgn kawi
present and announced the first
- fnothail nmt at home Friday and
' invited tKe gentlemen to purchase
a ticket and come all year to the
games. The chamber decided to
mi nhllnti themselves to go in
with the Women's club on their
mniiil eomedr except to attend
If they so desired because they
toad ant been consulted at the time
the contract was drawn up. The
extension of R. F. D. J by Post-
auiir Lniu E Shorey was re
ported and the concluding act of
- the meeting was to give rwius
vote of thanks to the W. C O. P.
- gad Leta's orchestra tor their hos-
1 pitality and entertainment.
gaVBRTOIf - GTJKSTS ; ' .
Tin Legara or paiem was a iuhi
Thursday of her mother, Mrs.
'- Walter C Larson.' Mft andMrs.
Legard who hare been living at
Salem for the past tour years are
moving to Oregon City this week
where- Mr.. Legard , will be ; ta
eharg et a service station. Mr
Lestrft Is the son. of Mrs. A. O.
Legard of EilTertoa. -
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?nly a few to sell at this price,
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TTlTHO would think of going into a
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Yet some stores seem to hare nothing
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Most emphatically, we saw not among those
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There is a level below which worthy mer
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Colorful plaids In pink, gold,
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New Rain Sticks
$3.95 and $4.95
' Newest rain sticks In plain
and fancy silks wltn II ribs,
fancy handles. , -