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The OREGON STATESMAN, tm. r Oregon, Friday Morning, December 20. 1929
TO READ BOOKS
Women's Missionary Socie
ty Organizes Reading
. GERVAIS, December 1.
The Presbyterian Women' Mis
sionary society held the regular
monthly meeting at- the church
Wednesday afternoon, wlth 28
members and two visitors present.
- tlonai service ana Mrs. -scow
Jones the lesson study which was
. The subject of forming a read
ing drele was discussed and 20
"."members of the society signified
t their desire to take up the work
mA tha Kswilra wrA aAlerted.
These books eome from the state
Hbraryanif the reading of them
gives ..-the' society credits accord
lng to the books read.
' The president announced that
Miss , 8hafer will speak at the
r ehureh. Tuesday evening, January
" '14. Miss Shafer Is a retired mis-
alonary who has been engaged fn
Indian and Mountaineer work for
a number of years and is sent out
by the Presbyterian National Mis
sionary society. The speaks at
' Aurora Tuesday afternoon and at
: Ttrutrfhiirn Vrfnfsdav afternoon.
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The meeting ciosea wiin iue ieiu-
ing of a Christmas poem by Mrs.
L. D. Mars.
Mrs. Cnaries K. Aioore ana jurs.
T. A. Ditmar were hostesses and
served refreshments. The tables
were decorated with tall red ta
pers and holly centerpieces.
The next regular meeting on
January 15 will be the semi-an-
nual all-day meeting ana win oe
-: held at the cnurcn witn a oasxct
lunch at noon. At this time the
book "Citv's Churches." will be
Mrs. II. Sibball. guest of Mrs.
J. S. Harper; and Mrs. L. D.
Mars, guest or ner motner, Mrs.
R. S. Marshall, both of Salem,
were visitors at ' the meeting
PRIZE WINNING STEER
IK OF INTEREST
PRATUM, December 17. A
three act Christmas play "The
Birds Christmas Carol" will be
gWen by the school Monday eve
ning. Lights hare been arranged
that seven different color effects
can be produced. Only 10c admis
sion will be charged to cover the
cost of the new lighting arrange
ment for the stage.
At least the third well is being
drilled within the city limits since
last summer. The first two were
drilled by man power by Roy Lam-
rert for W. E. Ronner and Theo.
Klein and the last one is drilled
for the Southern Pacific R.
section house by Harvey
a modern power driven
Hazel Green Will
k Have Program
1 '.JHAZEL GREEN, Dec. 19.
r The Christmas program by the
' school will be given Monday at 8
o'cUxOc, December 23: Song,
Christmas Day, primary pupils;
Confession, by six small boys;
Lost .Trimmings, four little girl;
Star Drill, third and fourth grade
tills;; song. Streets and Windows,
primary pupils; Playlet, Eader
Ears, primary pupils; play, Moth
er .Decides, primary pupils; play,
Christmas in the Day Coach;
seventh and elehth rrari nnniln-
duet. Misses Lorraine Fletcher,
XiOps Riches accompaniment,
Mikses Hazel Woelke and Char
lotte Van Cleave; cornet obligato,
Leonard Faist; The Spirit -of.
Christmas, Lucille Dunnlgan.
of Rose Hill,
mt the ,
The steer sold
boy 1 12 pound
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WIN CUSS DEBATE
WOODBTJRN, December 19
The senior class won first place in
debate Wednesday afternoon by
winning a 3-0 decision over the
' In previous deoates, the seniors
won from the Juniors, lr and
the sophomores won - from ' the
freshmen, 2-1. Grace and Earl
Shrock composed the senior team
and a great deal of material for
the school team has been discov
ered in James Myers and Harold
Owings, juniors; Mary Myers and
Earl Livesley sophomores and
Mary Alice Conyne, Donald Court
ney and Frank Bartos, freshmen.
The only member of last year's
school debate squad in school is
James Myers, the others "being
The- seniors, by virtue of their
victory, won first score of eight
points in inter-class rivalry. It
is also- recalled that the seniors
voted down debate as an inter
class rivalry event in the student
body vote recently and then turn
ed out to win over the other
classes who sponsored the event.
The sophomores will win six
points and the Juniors and fresh
men will split the- other six
points with three points each. In
the boys inter-class basketball
games, the two upper classes were
awarded 3 points each for hav
ing won two games and the two
lower classes wee given 1
points for winning one game each.
Seniors Lead School
As the present scores total, the
seniors are ahead . with 22
points, sophomores, with 14
points are second, freshmen third
with 12 points and last bat
not least, the juniors with 9
points. Girls' basketball games
are now in session and will un
doubtably change the class stand
ings, so far the juniors have won
two games, the seniors won one
and lost one and the sophomores
won one and lost one.
Fellows; Teenie Weenie, Edith
Wflsdb; Pickaninny Pete, MIlo
lnilows; Goodie Green. Pauline
Looney; Children of the Shoe,
Mervine Thurston, Jean McKee,
Keitbel Smith, Geraldine Jones,
Ruth Gardner, Burton Thurston,
Wade and Wayne Harris, Ralph
Main Joseph Boyer, Virgil Wil
son, Bubbles Hart and June Har
ris. Fairies, Donne June Powell,
Juanita Holt, Beulah Wordley,
Virginia Reynolds, Shirley Jones,
Marjorie Norton, and Gladys Gard
ner. Santa Clans' helpers, Albert
Watanabe, Marcus Gardnet,
Charfes Brown Bobbie Terlonej
Oliver Fellows, Billie Knight, Mel
vln Gardner and Richard Watanabe.
PLAN BIG pienM
PERRY DALE, December 19.
The Christmas tree and program
will be at the school house Friday
evening. A program you will want
to see and hear will be put on by
Each room Is putting on a play
or dialogue and the primary and
intermediate rooms are putting
on their songs together. Miss Hel
en McMillan and Homer Earl are
coaching these children.
Miss Wanda Elliott has charge
of the high school part of the pro
gram. It will consist of songs and
impersonations of foreign nation's
way of celebrating- Christmas
which promises to be very good.
Come and bring the kiddles, there
will be candy for all and a Santa
SCOTTS M LIS flU
SCOTTS MILLS, December It.
The regular meeting of Ivy Re-
bekah lodge No. 101 met In their
hall Tuesday evening for their
Christmas festivity. After lodge a
Christmas tree was prettily decor
ated and held a gift for each after
whieh candy and nuts were passed
around to all. . ' t
Those present from out of town
were Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Engstrom.
Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Naderman and
Mrs. L M. Hochstetler of Salem
Lodge No. 1 and Mrs. Clara
Shields of Gervals lodge, and Mr.
and Mrs. Ole Jaeobson of Monitor
lodge. :, -
.Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Amundsdn
were called to Portland early
Wednesday morning where their
daughter, Mrs. George Krause was
to undergo an operation for goi
.Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shepherd,
and Mrs. Lena Bellinger were Sil
verton visitors Monday.
John Geren who attends O. S. C.
spent the week end with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Geren.
Miss Nell KInser of Portland,
visited her parents at Crooked
Finger on Sunday.
SUFFERS 1 STROKE
2ENA, Dec. 19. W. F. Craw
ford. has received a telegram from
his sister, Mrs. Wayne D. Henry,,
saying that their mother, Mrs.
.!Iary B. Crawford had suffered a
stroke of .paralysis Sunday while
at a Los Angeles hotel. The phy
sician in charged advised not mov
ing her for 48 hours.
They will start for Oregon as
soon as Mrs. Crawford is able to
travel. Mr. and Mrs. Henry and
Mrs. Mary B. Crawford left here
with the intentions of staying In
Chicago and California for six
weeks and will only cut short that
time a day . or two because of
Mrs. Crawford's Illness.
Mrs. Mary B. Crawford la well
known in social and church work
In Salem, where she has spent the
winters for several years. She has
a host of friends here and in
neighboring communities who will
be very sorry to hear of her HI
HAZEL GREEN Will
HAZEL GREEN, December 1$.
A pageant The Kingly One"
will be given by the Christian En
deavor at the church Sunday De
cember 22 at 7:30 o'clock.
The cast of the characters were
as follows: angel of announce
ment, Iola Luckey, angel of prom
ise. Helen Davis, Abraham, Guy
Allen Looney; Jacob, Leonard
Rutherford: Judah, Glen Looney;
Ruth the Moabites, Nora Ruther
ford; David. Nelson Darkens;
shepherds, Cecil Luckey, Cecil
Seals, Author Clemens, Krald
Ashbaugh: Bethelbam, Charlotte
LVan Cleave; Mary. Imogene Wood,
wise men, LeRoy van -cieave.
Earl Rutherford, Ernest Luckey.
Then solos by Mrs. Cecil Ash
baugh and Clifton Clemens,. Miss
Pearl Darkens and chorus bf the
choir between acts.
The pageant will be followed
by an address by Rev. Mr. Pont
ius of Vancouver, Wash., superin
tendent of Oregon conference of
United Brethern church.
Zena School to
ZENA, Dec. 19. The Zena
school -will give a Christmas pro
gram of plays, carols, readings and
orchestra numbers Thursday night
at the school house.
A lighted Christmas tree will
be one of the main attractions.
Miss Lillian Reynolds, principal,
has charge of arrangements. The
neighboring communities are cor
dially invited to attend.
Saturday, the 2 lit, a flock of white tur
keys will be given away. Don't miss this.'
Stage leaves terminal at 8:45. .
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WOODBURN, Dec 19 Wood
burn has adopted an ordinance
levying a tax on all taxable prop
erty within- the corporate limits
of the city of Woodburn for the
purpose of library maintenance,
retiring certain outstanding city
hall bonds and paying the Inter
est thereon: retiring certain out
standing warrent refunding bonds
and paying the Interest thereon
and general municipal purposes
at the regular meeting of the city
dads Tuesday night.
Councilman Espy reported a
change from two meters to one
meter in the Woodburn Water
Works which will result in a sav
ing of $300 or more per year to
the city. The mayor and record
er were Instructed to enter into
a five-year contract with the
Portland Electric Power company
under the new rates. -
The street committee was In
structed to clean all the globes
in the cluster lights and to replace
such globes as were found found
missing, Councilman Beach re
ported that all of the graveled
streets In the city had been scari
fied. communication from Gover
nor Patterson was read asking
the eouneil If there were any city
improvements -1a sight tor the
Immediate future. President
Hoover is behind this movement
to ascertain labor conditions 14
the .United States. Recorder Bee
be was asked to report that there
would be no such improvements.
GERVAIS FAMELY In
GERVAIS, December If.
Prof, and Mrs. J. D. Brehant came
near meeting with a serious acci
dent Sunday evening while driv
ing on the highway aouth of town.
. They were gong south and as
they were turning to the east at
the Manning" school touring car
in which were, five young people
going in the same direction side
swiped their car. The front bump
er and fenders were bent, the hub
cap . was torn off the front left
wheel and a large splinter from
the running board of the touring
car was driven through the tire.
The -car and young people went
into the ditch. Luckily-no one was
GERVAIS. Dec 19 Christmas
exercises and a tree will be en
joyed at the high school Friday
afternoon and school will be dis
missed for a two weeks vacation.
The, school bus failed to arrive
on schedule time Tuesday morn
ing because of running in loose
gravel near the Pioneer church
and almost going Into the ditch.
The boys who were passengers
tried to get It back into position,
but when 1t was found they could
not succeed, a message was sent
to the school and some of the
students were out with their own
cars and brought the pupils in.
All were In their accustomed
places by ten-thirty and the bus
was in readiness to take them
home in the evening.
Instead of giving a Christmas
program on Christmas eve the
Presbyterian Sflnday school will
unite with the church in giving a
service on Sunday evening,' which
will consist of music, scripture
reading, Christmas selections by
members of the Sunday school,
pantomime, and closing with an
impressive candle light service.
TO STAGE MUSICAL
JEFFERSON, Dec. 19. The
musical play, "Christmas With the
Old Woman In a Shoe," wllj be
given by the Jefferson grade
school Thursday evening ifl the
Masonic hall. It 1b under the di
rection of the grade teachers, as
sisted by Genevieve Wled.
The cast of characters is as
follows: Santa Clans, Milo Har
ris; ; Fairy God Mother, Loraine
lilxson; . Motner Goose, Goldle
Gardner; Whistling Willie, Robert
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