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Thy OREGON STATM A N. Saten. Oreytm, Wednesday Moraing, November 20, 1929
Mrs. Howard Stephens Made
President of New Com-
HOPEWELL, NoTember 1.
A community club was organized
at' the Fainriew school Saturday
evening before the program.
Mrs. Howard Stephen wi
elected president. Mrs. Cleve
Wood, Ylce-president and Miss
Lyle Nyhart. secretary.
It was decided that the next
meeting and program would be
given the last Friday In Decem
ber. Mrs. Charley Wood. Mrs.
Boss Rogers, and MrCrede Loop
were named as the progran) com-
A Mrs. Harvey De Witt is quite
'rill at the General hospital at- &a-
Mr. and Mra. Adolph Bosshardt
and family hare moved to Lafay-.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. DeForde or
Newberg were dinner guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. R.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Moe-were Sun
day visitors at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Stephens.
H. Terral Is in California visit
ing his son.
Miss Dorothy Lynch and friends
of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. G. R.
Dissmore and Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Weston were dinner guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. EL Lynch
Lula Mann and Alex Ross of
McMinnville were Sunday after
noon visitors at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Isaac Bantsari.
Mr. and Mra, W. L. Scott are
"going east for a trip; They will
rahi tti In Tanmrv
itkUiu a a- v naa us j
Mra. Ross Rogers ia visiting
her sister at The Dalles.
Mr, and Mrs. Bert Stephens
were Portland visitors Monday.
Mr. and Mra. Lloyd Evans were
dinner gueats at the home of Mr.
and Mra, Charley Stephens Sun
day. Mr. and Mra. John Keller of
Dallas spent the week-end at the
home 6f Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cozel.
School Children Rehearsing
Daily for Musical on
Vegetables displayed at Otto Hart fan fa Ketzer district.
tive and delicious flavor, retain
ing the characteristics of the
fresh cooked chicken.
A amall amount was put on the
market and found ready sale.
This was four and one half years
ago. Now an imposing cannery
bearing the blue and white, "Mi
one Brand Chicken, sign appears
on the Pacific Highway at McMinnville.
Here 22 women are employed
and as high as three hundred hens
are canned each day. They can
nothing but large fat hens. Boned
chicken, chicken noodles, chicken
brotb, chicken giblets, in faet
there are 20 different labels bear.
h;r the Mione brand.
The home factory is under the
constant supervision of at least
one member of ehe Smith family.
In addition to Mr. and Mrs. F. F.
Smith their two sons W. F. and L.
H. Smith devote their entire time
to the work..
The greatest problem which the
companyhas had ,to solve this
year is that of securing enough
chickens. Many farmers are mak
ing a business of raising chickens
ffor the factory but the Smiths are
constantly seeking more. No spe
cial breed of chicken is preferred
but any full grown hen that is
fat and up to weight is acceptable.
IFM MT I!
CLEAR LAKE WILL
CLEAR LAKE. November 19
The Cleaf Lake W. M. S. will hold
their regular monthly meeting on
Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock,
at the home of Mrs. Bruce Jones.
A number of the Clear Lake
people attended literary society at
Buena Crest last Friday night. A
splendid program wa3 rendered,
consisting of song, America, by
the audience; recitations; piano
solos; songs; a play, "All is Not
Gold that Glitters.' The last
number on the program was a
Sunday afternoon visitors at
the Alex Harold home were Mr.
'and Mrs. Curtis Cole and child
ren Enna and Howard, Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Kertson and Mrs. Clark
all of Salem; Miss Nellie Caven
der, Miss Ina Harold and Miss Le
tha Cavender of Silverton.
PLANS BUSY WINTER
Activities at the Salem Heights
Community club have begun for
the winter months. A large group
of young people and adults met
last Monday night and perfected
the organization of a choral so
ciety. John Riffe was named pres
ident. Mrs. Earl Pruitt, secretary,
and Cleve Bartlett, treasurer. It
is planned to secure a competent
director and begin study and prac
tice of chorus vcork.
The. regular business meeting
of the Community club "will be
held Wednesday evening, Novem
ber 20. The ladies of the club have
prepared a jitney supper to be
served at six o'clock preceding the
regular meeting hour.
A short and interesting program
has been arranged and a business
session will follow. All members
of the community are invited to
attend. The general program com
mittee of the club recently met at
the home of Mrs. D. D. Craig and
recently met at the home of Mrs.
D. D. Craig and laid plans for a
series of programs covering the
entire year's work up to next May.
Mrs. Craig Is chairman of this
Boys and girls work will be
stressed and each meeting night
some particular subject 'of Interest
to the eommunity will be present
ed. A commltte is now busy select
ing a play to be presented in the
near future and practice will start
as soon as the different players
have been selected. Many actlv
itles of interest have been plan
ned and will be disclosed as time
By MADALENE L. CALL1N
Few people who pass the little
grey haired lady who Is demon
strating Mlone Brand of canned
chicken at Roth's grocery this
week realize that she represents
one of Oregon's growing Industries.
The little lady whose bright
Hue eyes and reatly smile always
bring a smile in return is Mrs. F,
F. Smith of McMinnville and she
is -not a professional demonstra
tor, hired to sell the products of
some firm, but rather she is a
part of the firm she represents.
A little more than four years
ago Mr. and Mrs. Smith got the
notion that good canned chicken
should find a ready sale.
They had never been in the
cannery business and knew noth
ing of commercial formulae and
large scale caning. Being essen
tially scientific they started ex
perimenting in the home kitchen.
They studied every angle of the
chicken canning business. Mr
Smith traveled and studied mar-
. ket conditions. Mrs. Smith kept
on experimenting with canning
processes until a canned chicken
was produced that had a dlatlnc-
By MRS. O. N. THOMPSEN
Under a spreading old oak tree
fall display is shown of many
vegetables, and fruits which Otto
Hunt bas grown. In the picture
yon will find the squash, the
pumpkin and the corn: and ai yon
stop to read a sign, is says "Just
toot your horn.
His faithful wife Boon appears,
and sells you all yon need of po
tatoes, cabbage, peppers, and to
matoes grown from seed. They
worked from early mora till night
to plant the seeds and tend the
soil; and WW as- winter's com
ing on, they'll have a needed rest
from the tolL
As the farmer works from day
to day, and reads at night to grow
the wiser, he soon finds out that
cultivation will grow anything In
Return From Trip
SILVERTON. Nor. It Mr.
and Mrs. Glenn Howe have re
turned from an automobile trip
to the middle eastern states. They,
visited in Iowa, Illinois, Wiscon
sin, and Michigan.
Mr. and Mrs. Howe went east
over the Lincoln highway and re
turned over the Santa Fe trail.
They report an excellent time and
fine weather for the most part.
However, they encountered a
two-day snow storm at Beloit,
Wisconsin the first part of No
vember. They had more snow
when coming over the pass In
Guests at Scotts
SCOTTS MILLS, November If
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cole and
two daughters of near Rvweburg,
visited their daughter, Mrs. Glenn
Haynes several days last week re
turning to their home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Scott visited
Mrs. Scott's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
S. D. Ad kins In Salem Sunday.
Mr. Adkins is quite sick at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. Lloyd
Thomas and his many friends here
wish him a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Dixon have
moved In their new home next to
Mr. and Mrs. Thad Dwyer of In
dependence visited Mr. and Mrs.
George Haynes Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gooeh of
Dunsmuir, California, visited their
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Denny Woodford recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shepherd
and two sons, Paul and Bob and
Miss Dorothea Shepherd attended
a birthday dinner at the home of
Mr. Shepherd's sister, Mrs. Rose
in Oregon City Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gersch and
Miss Mary Gersch ol Portland vis
ited their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. A. GerBch Sunday.
Mrs. M. Walbel returned home
Thursday from Oregfo City where
she visited her parents for several
Miss Doris Hogg of Salem visit
ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
T. Hogg Sunday. .
Tony Semolke visited his broth
er, Paul Semolke andLfamily near
Fred Smith and Pete Hitsman of
the Abiqua visited Mr. and Mrs.
George Haynes Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ingwal Edland 0
Monitor are being felicitated upon
the arrival of an eleven pound
daughter, born Tuesday, Novem
ber 12 at their home. The little
Miss has been named Aloha Lee.
Mrs.Edland is the only daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Brougher
of Salem, but former residents
TURNER. Nov. 19 Prof. John
R. Cox and wife were entertained
at the home of friends at Browns
ville Friday evening after the
football game between Turner
and Brownsville. The game was
lost to Brownsville by 14 to -
Mrs. F. C. Gunning returned
Saturday from "her trip to San
Francisco having been gone eleven
days. She reports a fine trip.
Whites Auto Paint
Now is the Time to Paint Your Car
. . Complete Jobs ?8 to $80
805 N. Liberty phine 1058
"MISS MAJETIC" CONTEST
(50 Votes) :
To Be Placed to th Credit of
For sale signs, for rent signs,
legal blanks, etc. for sale at the
To Better Streets
AM ITT, Not. 19 The dty
council held a special meeting en
Monday evening, November llth
to discuss whether or not Nursery
and Firth streets should be lm-
, HUBBARD. Nov. 19 Dally re
hearsals are' held by the pupils
and teachers of the local school
for "Kay and Gerda or "The
Snow Queen," a three act Juvenile
operetta, .which is to be present
ed at the city hall Friday evening,
Gladys Ingalls as Gerda and
Glenn Ainsworth as Kay are the
leading characters. Others of the
east include: Ruby Bevens, Ger
da's grandmother; Bessie Ingalls,
Kay's mother; Marion McKenzie.
Snow Queen; Mildren Ott, witch;
Wayne jPhillips, ragman; Floyd
sevens, roooer captain; Kutn Bri
ery, robber girl; the flowers, El
eanor Johnson, Rose; Btty Brown,
Narcissus; Leah Krumling, Snow
drop: Jessie Ingalls, Tiger Illy and
Marjorie Wolfer, Violet. There
are to be choruses of snowflakes.
angels, children-, witches, . men.
women and robbers.
The operetta depicts the story
of Gerda and Kay, devoted play
mates. Kay's heart la frozen by
the Snow Queen andhe becomes
cruel and joins a band of unruly
street urchins, after which he is
abducted by the snowflakes and
taken to the queen's palace, Gerda
who alone braves a bitter storm
in search of Kay meets with va
rious adventures before she res
Miss Adeline Zurcher, high
school glee club director, is as
sisting the techers.
Burnett Bros Jewelers "Pay Ts As Yea Are Paid" Fifteen Stores o a the Pacific Coast Not oaly largest but (we hope) the best!
MONMOUTH. November 19.-
Dr. J. M. Powell, 77, a retired
physician, and native of this sec
tion, was stricken Sunday with
Illness at his country home and
was brought to the home of his
sister, Mrs. A. M. Arant In Mon
mouth, where he is being cared for
by Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Emerson.
Dr. Powell is a local authority
on filbert culture and was among
the first growers in Polk connty.
In leisure moments he has com
plied a genealogical history of the
Powell family which Includes con
siderable authentic Oregon history.
His grandparents were early set
tiers at Monmouth, and helped
materially in founding Monmouth
university, which later was turned
over to the state for a Normal
His Illness affects the left side
of his body, rendering It partially
numb, but he is resting comfort
ably and showing some Improve
win fcaal say caaa mt ffri ia. ar atka
toot It. UM SI Jan aas tc
Perry's Drag Store
Art Akers vs. Pat Dundee
10 S-Minnte Rounds
28 Rounds of Boxing IS
proved. It waa left to the rote ef
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hartman ef
Carlton were visitors at the home
of J. R. 8nodgrass and family Sun
Miss Margaret Stimson spend
several days at the noma ef her
aunt Mrs. Kate Jones.
Miss Florence Snodgrass visited
several days at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Klfie Countryman, of
H. J. Richter, editor of the Am
ity Standard, spent the first ot the
week at Pacific City.
Mrs. Pearl Snedsrass of Mc
Minnville, Quay. Snodgrass of
Washington, Mrs. Florence John
ston ot Morrow, . Oregon and -Mrs.
Adda Burgen and grandson of
Portland spent Sunday at the J. R.
The students ot the Amity high
Shool had &e school en Monday
td Tuesday en. account ef ' the
Teachers Institute . at McMinn
ville. John Caves returned- from the
Deaconess hospital in Salem to the
home of his son ot this city.
J. D. Hudson, representative of
the Ho'ssy Meter Co. of Portland,
called oa J. R. Snodgrass, the wa
ter superintendent, on Monday at.
DCNUTS, rg. 20c.doc
18c 2 for:
Fluffy Cinnamon Rolls
18c per doz. 2 f of
DAINTY CREME CAKE
MILK BREAD, either whole wheat or
white. 4 lbsT for ....Jl..
Wholesome, satisfyinj. well-cooked meals
Best Lunch In Town " 345 State St.
. v w . . . . ..... - m &
The Burnett Jewelry Stores
are all operated on the the
f ory that people are funda-
mentally honest and pay
their bills. . . And this pol
icy has won the greatest Jewelry Business on the
Pacific Coast and one of the largest in the United
States. Tonight we tell of "GIFTS THAT ENDURE
AND EN-DEAR". They are all offered to you at
the fairest Cash Prices and you may take all you
need and Pay after Christmas. . There are no ex
trasno interest no red tape. . . The opening of
an account is as simple and easy as we know how to
make it. . . Select your Gifts tomorrow Pay Next
Elgin Dress Watch
wits) Knffe and
Chain to match
Take them for halt
a dollar Pay after
Christmas a dollar
Bulova Model for
Pay a dollar down.
Men's Rings Sig
net, Birthstone, Int-'
tlal, and all the
new style rings for
men $10 to $100.
Pay a dollar down.
NEW "STEP" MOUNTINGS
FOR LOVELY DIAMONDS
Here is the Gift that a Woman will treasure all
her life. A blue-white Diamond of remarkable
Quality and size in one ef the new mountings as
suggested in the sketch And offered at a price
hat cannot be matche dontside the til Q Cfl
Burnett Organisation P'xOaUU
Take one for a dollar hill Pay after Christmas
a dollar a week.
Luncheon Sets Damask Cloth
Madeira Doilies and Table Cloths
Pastel Luncheon Sets Guest Towels
255 No, liberty
Ope TU1 8:45 Saturday Evening
For Her White
Gold Ring set with
diamonds. A Won
Pay a dollar down
and the balance aft-
r Christmas, Two
dollars a week.
Novelty Rings- lall
new style mount-
Sapphires, A m e
theysts and all the
$1. .. $75
Pay a-dollar dowrn
and the balance
next year a, dollar
Diamond set Wed
ding Rings ranging
in price for
depending on the
number ot dia
monds. Pay a dollar
Here's a dainty white
Gold filled wrist
watch with a flexible
metal band te match.
A guaranteed time-
Pay fifty cents down.
Pay the balance after
Christmas a dollar a
Here's ' the new Elgin
Strap Watch for men
tised Twenty Four Fif
tyIt has a Metal
wristband to match
the ease. Take one for
a dollar Pay after
Christmas ft a week.
kXjat w -
The Bulova watch for'
Milady With Flexible
Bracelet to match.
Beautiful and Good.
a jr. , sarxt. m- -
Pay a dollar down and
a dollar a week..
Seta Thomas Mantel
Clock with Westmin
ster, Chimes Featn-ed
a - superb ift for
the, home. Take one
fo a dollar Pay after
Christmas a dollar a
.A Diamond Set En
gagement Ring it I
surprisingly low 7 price
Thirty Nine Fifty !
May be' exchanged for
a larger diamond later
if desired and the fan
price allowed. Terms
50c down fl m
Dresser Set the cor
rect gift for milady
and -we show all the
new styles in lovely
colon ot Pearloid.
Many are. net with
Priced from S6.9S to
100. Pay after Christ-
457 STATE STREET, SALEM-
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