The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, October 19, 1929, Page 3, Image 3

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Marion uouniy romona ana
Surprise Granges Meet
! At.Turner
TURNER, October 18. Marlon
county Pomona grange met with
Surprise grange Wednesday Octo
ber It. The morning session was
taken up with business. Master
W. A. Jones in the chair.
Election of officers for the com
ing two years was the main busi
ness transacted. Resulting In
lection oi tne louowing omcers:
Master, I. S. Lambert of Stay
ton; secretary, Mrs. W. A. Jones,
of Hacleay; treasurer, S. H.
Trump, Salem chaplain; Mrs.
Anna Farris Turner; lecturer,
Frank Bowers, of -North Howell;
steward, H. Taylor of Salem; as
sistant steward, Arthur Edwards;
lady assistant steward, Mrs. Tina
Edwards of Turner; gatekeeper,
Ellis Steward, North Howell.
A bountiful lunch was served at
noon in the dining room to 125
The program was given in the
Afternoon with Mrs. Alice Funston
in the lecturer's chair in the ab
sence of the lecturer, Frank Bow
rs.
The program opened with a
song, "The Grange is Marching
On." Instrumental duet, violin
and cello by Kenneth and Louis
Fowler, with Josephine Gilstrap
at the piano. Vocal duet "Spring
Time and Melody" by Misses
Ilene Robertson and Josephine
Gilstrap. They also gave "Play
mates." and "Where the Sun
Chines." Readings by Mrs. Jen
nle Van Trump. "Bobolink" by
Bryant and "To an Irish Black
bird."
Mrs. A. Williams of'Stayton
gave a humorous selection "The
Fish Story-" Mrs. Alice Funston
by request, gave a reading "A
Woman Farmer's Life." Musical
selections by Roy Meyers and
Otto Whitsides, on accordion and
mouth harp. The speech of the
day was given by 8. H. Shrock on
'The Good of the Order." Mr.
Shrock- was a visitor and as mast
er of Clackamas county Pomona.
Closing song, "Oregon Suits Me."
The next Pomona grange meet
ing will be with Monitor grange
In January. All were urged to go
to the national grange meet In
Seattle in November.
Miss Bertha Beck, state secre
tary of Albany, was a visitor, and
Cave a helpful talk.
Hobo Appropriates
Atdo Robe ct
Jefferion' Home
JEFFERSON, Oct. 18
Hoboes find It real nncom
fortble sleeping oat doors
these cool nights without
bedding. Tuesday evening
at about eight o'clock a ho
bo spied an aato robe lying
on the K. 8. Thurston porch,
appropriating It for his own
use that night.
Later In the evening the
hobo was at tbe Stage Ter
minal, having a robe aroond
big shoulders.
At tbe time, nothing was
thought of that. The next
morning the McKee Bros,
found the robe lying In the
laundry room; tbe hobo
leaving it, when he left.
Thurston's missed the
robe the same evening, bat
never expected to see It
again; and were surprised
when they learned that the
robe which was left at the
Terminal proved to be
theirs.
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MARION, Oct. 18 The Marion
Community club held its second
meeting of the season at the W.
O. W. hall Tuesday evening with
a very good attendance.
After the transaction of the us
ual club business, presided over by
Mrs. Hurbert Daue, a very enjoy
able program was presented con
sisting of a piano solo by Miss
Lula. Lewis, "Irish Wash Woman
Dance" by Hazel Murphy,; piano
duets by Miss Ida Deefler and
Miss Lula Lewisief Stayton and a
piano solo by Master Wilburn
Russell and it goes without saying
that every one enjoyed the pro
gram. The assistance our neighbors
give us in putting on these pro
grams Is most assuredly appre
ciated by the club.
HMD LADIES AT
PYTHIAN MEET
HUBBARD, Oct. 18 Mrs. Me
ta Frind,Mrs. Coble de Lespin
asse, and Mrs. Pearl Kinzer re
presented Arion Temple No. 24 of
Hubbard at a convention of three
day's session at the Pythian build
ing at Portland this week.
Mrs. Kinzer was placed on the
new law committee for the coming
year and Mrs. de Lespinasse was
re-elected state press correspon
dent. ' Mrs. Kinzer and Mrs. de
Lespinasse were two of a greet
ings committee of four sent from
the Grand Temple to carry greet
ing to the Grand Lodce. Mrs. de
Lespinasse being the main speaker
for the committee. The Hub
bard representatives were guests
at the home of Mrs. E. U. Will
while In Portland.
Tn Bud a v mnrnine Mrs. A. R.
Kerens and daughter Mis Anita
went to the convention where Mrs.
Ttnvena was one of a class of 67
taking the Grand Temple degree.
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rtt.vbrtoN. Oct. 18 Mrs
nhria Knevoldson was hostess
wiutnesd'aY afternoon to the mem
bers of the Trinity Mission circle.
The afternoon was spent in piec
inr onllts and in social conrersa
ton At Its close a lunch was
Among those present during the
afternoon were Mrs. C. I. Benson,
Mrs. B. Holden, Mrs. Oscar Sa.
.m Mrs. Ole Satern. Mrs. L. If
Larson. Mrs. Hans Thompson,
ra. P . N. Jacobsen. Mrs. Strand,
MrsT Herman Rue, Mrs. Clara Bal
timore, Mrs. Alf O. Nelson, Mrs.
L. C. Goplerud, Mrs. John Moe,
Mr Hans Jensen. Mrs. O. J. Moe,
Mrs. O. Orbrek, Mrs. Martjn Hat
Ahnrr. Mrs. H. L. Foss. Mrs. Bert
Iverson, Mrs. Letscb Mrs. Oscar
Lee, -Mrs. Henry storue, Mrs. ai
mer Olsen, Mrs. Albert Sather and
Mrs. J. C. Larson.
SILVERTDN ELECTRIC
STORE IS SOLD
SILVERTON. Oct. 18 The
Silverton Electric store, owned
and managed by Mr. and Mrs.. T.
E. Preston, was sold this week to
Frank Berry and Ivan Talbot of
Hood River. Mr. Berry and Mr.
Talbot were formerly employed
by the Apple City Electric company.
Mr. Talbot is the son-in-law ot
Rev. and Mrs. W. O. Livingstone
of Silverton. Both Mr. Talbot and
Mr. Berry expect to move their
families to Silverton in the near
future. Mr. Berry said that his
wife's narents. Mr. and Mrs. John
O'Neill, also expect to make Sil
verton their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Preston have
been in business at Silverton for
the past 23 years. At present
they have not decided what they
will do.
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STTVERTON. Oct. 18 A,
Moore, who was brought to the
Silverton hospital Tuesday with a
broken leg and badly bruised arm.
Is resting easier and not in quite
much nain as he was at first.
Mr. Moore Is a Dainter. He was
Hinting his own house on his
farm three miles east of Silverton
when the accident occured. The
ladder on which he was standing
lipped1 throwing him twelve xeet
down onto a concrete sidewalk.
Both bones in his left leg were
broken right above his ankle nd
his one arm was palninily nrmsea.
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DALLAS. Oct, 18 E. J. Howe
surveyor for Polk eouty was tak
en to the state receiving nospuai
!n Salem, Thnrsday morning by
Sheriff T. B. Hooker and Jndge G
L. Hawkins. Mr. Howe has been
In ill health for some time and
It was at his own request that he
was taken to the hospital tor ob-
: nervation and treatment. ' '
SILVERTON HAS TWO
GROCERY STORES
rtt.vtcrtON. Oct. 18 Silver-
ton is to have two new grocery
stores in the near future. The
one is the Piggly Wiggly which
opens in the Wolfard building
here on October 2th. Frank
Doane of Albany will manage this.
The other store will be a cash
and carrv opening nnder the firm'
name of Julius Aim & Son. This
will be located in the newly com
pleted Warden building. Henry
Aim will manage this. The firm
already has one grocery store, the
old Julius Aim 4 Son which has
been here for over 25 years. This
will not be discontinued but will
continue to operate as a credit
store. $
Woodburn High
Elects Yell Leader
And Song Queen
WOODBURN. Oct, 18 Wood-
burn high school held tryoats and
elected the cheer leaders for the
following year Thursday morning.
Donald Covey, Ralph Nibler,
John Kinns. Jim Kinns. Ben Rees-
er and Harold Toder were tbe
contenders for yell king and Jes
sie Sims, Mary Alice Conyne, Rath
Geer, Opal Dickey, Edith Shrock,
Donnl Conyne and Peggy Sadler
tried out for song queen. The
two highest in each division were
selected as eheer leaders. Ralph
Nibler was one of the yell leaders
last year while Donald Covey is a
junior and has never participated
in this activity. Jessie Sims is a
junior and was song queen last
year. Mary Alice Conyne, second
in the race is only a freshman and
was the only one from her class
to try out tor song queen.
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