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illev District Communities
DALLAS, Dee. 21 In the re
cently printed list of cold stsr
mothers who bad acceptcU the
offer of the government of a trip
to France to the grave of their
sons, appeared that of Mrs. Eliza
beth Hays of Dallas. Her son.
Corporal Otis Hays waa killed in
action. Mrs. Hays will make the
trip during 193, and was the
oaly gold star mother listed from
. Members f the boy scout
troops who attended the court of
honor in Salem last week and re
ceived first &ad second class
honor tests were: Edward Ham
ilton Jr., Fred Gerlinger, Frank
Neufeld, Jim Sttvenson, Gerald
Vinton, and Ted Koelfgen. .
"Homer Ross of . the Ford
agency made a flying: trip to .Po
mona. Calif., to visit his mother
who had been teriously ill. Mr,
weather on the return trip.
The Masonic lodge will hold
the installation of new officers,
December 27. Leif S. Finseth la
the new worshipful master.
Ivan E. Warner, manager of
the Irish Cath Grocery was con
fined to his home during the past
week with a severe cc'd.
Mrs. Earl Hibbanl went to
Portland Thursday where she
wi'.l visit until after Christmas
with her parents. Mr. Hibbard.
who Is manaer of the local Shell
Oil plant will go down later for
Jack Eaki.n whose car was
wrecked in an accident on the
highway near Dundee last Janu
ary, has finally received a settle
ment of $700 fronvthe Insurance
companies. An Oregon stage and
another car were; involved in the
affair. Mr.'Eakin offered to settle
f r S300 at the time, but it was
refused by the ether parties.
Dallas schor l children will only
have one wec-k of vacation . for
Christmas this year, this is due to
the very late' opening of school in
Wfey not make a gift that lasts a lifetime and is of real
practical utility, at the same time arousing the pride of
ownership through its good appearance? Bag3 large and
email, fitted and plain.
When you are selecting gifts for a woman . . . yours will bt
a happy choice if it is Rollins runs top hosiery. We are show
ing Runstops in a variety of popular new shades'. v 3:
Dr. and Mrs. V. C. Staatsf and
daughter Bernice, Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Tracy and Patricia spent
the week end In Eugene at the
home of Dr and Mrs. W. C. Shae
fer. Mrs. Mary Starr was elected as
excellent chie of the Pythian
Sisters, at their meeting; Decem
ber 18. Otherof fleers are: Esther
Friar, excellent senior; Laura
Smith, excellent Junior; Jennie.
Plaster, manager; Irene Lynn. M.
of It. and C.; Florence Hunter,
M. of F; Gwendolyn Collins, pro
tector: Acmes KtnrVwoli m.t
chief; Mabel Van Orsdel. trustee
for three years; Lulu Robinson,
musician; Lucy Springsteen, cap
tain "of staff; Jennie Eberttng,
first correspondent Installation
will be held in January.
Mrs. MJnnie Morris, member ot
a polneer family of Dallas, and
Dr. James Hughes who has made
his home in Dallas for several
years were vnarrW in Portland
Wednesday. They will take a trip
before returning to Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Eilyeu, and
son, and Mrs. C. E. Howes, will
spend the Christmas holidays in
Newport as the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Priest, who are long
Special programs and features
are being planned by all of the
churches for Christmas, and with
college students and members of
families beginning to arrive, it
Is an indication that the Christ
mas spirit is abroad.
RICKREALL, Dec. 2.1. Car
men Crlppen is spending her
Christmas . vacation with" "her
cousin, Mrs. Hansard ot McMinn
ville. The Christmas program given
by the grade school was well at
tended. Each division of the school
gave a dialogue. There were sev
eral Christmas numbers sung by
the student-teachers. Candy was
1 UN STOP
sold by Florence Coven and WH
The Rickreall basketball team
played the first doable header on
a Tiaitlng floor last Thursday
night when the Rickreall girls de
feated Philomath girls 17 to 11.
The score would probably have
been , higher it Rickreall would
hare had their Jumping center,
The Rickreall boys were defeat
ed 23 to 15. They also were crip
pled on aecount of their center be
ing unable to play,
School vacation for both high
school and grades began last
Thursday, December 19. Vacation
will close January 2.
The older women's gym class
commenced holding their meetings
last Thursday evening. It is under
the direction of Mrs. Robert
Orchard Heights I
ORCHARD HEIGHTS, Dec. 21
Mrs. J. W. Edgar, who has been
seriously ill for several weeks. Is
now under the care of Dr. J. Shel
ley Saurman and is being taken
through the Salem clinic in an ef
fort to discover the seat of her
Visitors at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Guy McDowell Sunday
were their sister-in-law, Mrs. J.
W. Phenicie, her daughter Doris
and Eugene Filke, all of Salem.
Miss Dorothy Logan, a fresh
man at Laurelwood academy,
near Gaston, will spend the
Christmas vacation here with her
ft and. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Edgan ' 'She came.' on Thursday.
CmiTles Simmons of Fairfield,
Idaho, is visiting the John W.
Simmons family and also his sis
ter, Mrs. Grace Bliss and her
daughter. Miss Helen Bliss.
Charles arrived on Saturday and
will remain until after Christmas.
He is a brother 1of John W. Simmons.
BROOKS, Dec. 21 Honoring
her mother, Mrs. C. D. Nayior on
her eightieth birthday, Mrs. Dun
lavy gave a dinner on Wednesday
evening at the Dunlavy home in
Brooks. A large birthday cake
with lighted candles formed the
table centerpiece. Guests were:
Miss Ellen Hackit, Robert Hacklt.
Lyle Glover, of Brooks, Rev. and
Mrs. D. George Cole of Jefferson,
John Dunlavy, Jr., -and the hos
tess. Mrs. John Dunlavy spent
Thursday In Gervais as a guest of
her Uncle and Aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Virgil Loomls and chil
dren Delphine Bertha and Roy
Loomls were guests at the home
of Mrs. Willard Ramp on Wed
nesday. Harry Loomls, Willie Wright
and Frank Riggl were guests ot
John Dunlavy, Jr. on Thursday
Recent guests at the home of
Miss Ellen Hackit were Mrs. John
Dunlavy and Miss Ella Finney.
Mrs. B. J. Moritz is spending
a few days at Keizer as guest of
her daughter, Mrs. H. C. Shields
. Mr. and Mrs. William Buchan
an and children Delores and
Kenneth Buchanan were recent
dinner guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Harris
and family. '
Mrs. Fred Wright and son Ro
bert Wright and Robert Glover
of; Portland wqrja Tit end, guests,
S Miss Ellen j Hkft ,and hejr!
Ifrblher Robert Hackit' Robert
Glover is a nephew of the Hack
its. The 4-H handiwork club met at
the home of their club leader
Mrs. H. H. Bosch, the business
meeting was conducted by the
vice president Arleta Wood, the
president being absent. The af
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ternoon was spent working on
lunch cloths. Refreshments were
served by the hostess Mrs. Bosch.
One ot the outstanding events
of the holiday season will be the
marriage ot Maysel Epley Cooper
of Brooks to F, B. Williamson ot
Valsets, Oregon, on-December 26.
Mayset is the daughter of Rer. 0.
O. Epley of Brooks. They will
make their home at Valsets, Ore.
Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Ramp are
receiving congratulations of
their friends upon the arrival ot
an eight and three foerths pound
baby boy on December 18 at the
Bungalow hospital in Salem, and
has been named Virtus Derwood
Ramp. Mrs. Ramp will be re
membered as Miss Georgia Epley
before her marriage.
Dinner guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ramp on Wed
nesday were Mrs. Mary Martin,
Mrs. Maysel Cooper, Mrs. Fay
Loomls, Mrs. Dollie Ramp, and
daughter Geo Ramp, and Bertha
and Roy Loomis.
Mrs. H. H. Bosch and children
Marie and Jack Bosch were week
end guests at the home ot Mrs. J
Bosch's sister Mrs. H. C. Shields
and family at Keizer.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Dec. 21
House gue3ts of Mr. and Mrs. Am
nion Grice Wednesday and Thurs
day were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Page. Mr. Page Is an uncle" of;
Mrs. Grice. The Pages were en
route from their home in Wenat
chee, Wash., to California where
they will Bpend the winter. Be
ttor jprqceeng Bouth. they jalao
f visited Mr; ,aad Mrs. S. Page' bf
The pupils of the Mountain
View school will give a Christmas
program. Monday evening. De
cember 23, under the direction of
the teachers, Mr. and Mrs. J. V.
Little Annie Bietz. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bietz is suffer-
isg from ear trouble. She has
been out of school a week and
was obliged to have .the ear
lanced. She is still under a doc
Mountain View school house is
being improved by the addition
of a basement the dimensions of
which are 325x40 feet The
building was raised three feet and
a sufficient excavation was made
to afford a seven foot ceiling. The
cement work In both wall and
floor is completed. M. A. Schnel
ler is superintending the work
and his assistants are patrons ot
The new basement will be used
as a kitchen and dining-room at
meetings ot the Parent-Teacher
association, and It is expected
that It will be ready for use at
the first P. T. A. meeting of the
new year. A furnace will be in
stalled in the basement later, for
heating the rooms above.
ZENA. December 21 Mrs. Jas.
A. French spent the day Monday
with Mrs. Margery Crooks ot Sal
em. Mrs. Crooks was formerly
Miss Margery Stone and is well
known in this vicinity, having liv
ed here when a girl. She has
adopted a If months old baby
girl, of which she is very proud.
J. K. Sears, resident of Bethel,
who died Dec 14, was buried at
the Spring Valley cemetery Mon
day, December 16. Many old
friends and relatives ot Salem,
Bethel and Spring Valley were
present to pay their last respects.
Jas. A. French, carpenter, has
been employed this week at the
Coney Island sandwich shop in
Salem. While in Salem he was
house guest of his mother, Mrs.
A. French, and his brother, John
When'you order the Statesman
it is delivered to you by the little
merchant in your neighborhood.
AIRLIE, Dec. 21 A Urge
crowd attended the Ladies' Aid
bazaar. The supper was a decided
success, the fancy work sold
good, the fish pond and home
made candy booths drew their
crowd of younger folks. About
sixty dolars was realized.
The Ladies' Aid will have a
Christmas tree at their regular
The school and Sunday school
are preparing a Christmas pro
gram. They will have a tree in
the church Monday evening. Ev
eryone is invited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Womer were
business callers in Corvallls Tues
The Bridgeport boys will play
the Airlie boys a basketball game
on the home floor Wednesday
Frank Brown of Corvallls was
buying cows in this vicinity Thurs
Mrs. Emma Womer of Pedee
and her friend. Mrs. Grlmshaw of
Florence, visited at the Rex Wo
mer home Friday.
JEFFERSON, Dec 21. Mr.
and .Mrs. Charles Hoyt left Sat
urday for a motor trip to Califor
nia, where they will visit Mrs.
Hoyt's mother, Mrs. Maggie
Clement in Los Angeles. From
there they will go to Phoenix,
Arizona, to spend some time with
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Smith and
family. They will be accompan
ied by Mr. Hoyt' mother, Mrs.
Lydia Hoyt, and his aunt, Miss
Ezra Hart and Fred Feller of
Jefferson, have been drawn for
the January term of circuit court
The recent rains brought the
Santiam river up to 13 feet on
Thursday, and since that time has
been gradually falling.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Fontaine of
Jefferson, Miss Edith Libby and
Lloyd Rigdon of Salem, motored
to Wasco, Ore., Sunday to attend
A man likes practical gifts . . . and a box of Rollins socks
will please him more than anything else you can give him.
They are useful and at the same time beautiful.
2 pair in a box at 1 1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 the box.
A happy thought for Christmas .-. .ive a pair of slfppert.
In many novel patterns, these slippers express the. height
of good taste and comfort.
the funeral of their uncle, Arthur
Guy Roland, Grady Farringtoa
and Earl Lymes have Installed,
ned radios. In their homes, du -
lng the past week.
Miss Laura Kihs returned
from Salem Wednesday, wher
she has been employed the pas;
three months. After the holiday a
she plans to return to Salem to
enter Business college.
Clarence Thurstqn ot Salec;,
spent Friday with home folk.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McKee at
tended the funeral services of
John Longcor. at the Terwilliger
funeral home. In Salem Monday
K. S. Thurston and Harvey
Thurston, ot the Red and White
chain store in Jefferson, are con
fined to their homes with a slight
attack of the influenza.
KEIZER. Dec. 21 Mr. and
Mrs. Fred McCall are rejoicing
over the arrival of a baby girl at
their home. She has been named
Mr. and Mr. I. W. Lewis are
to be congratulated over the
little son that has com into
their home. He has been named
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Smith, their
two children and Mrs. Amos
Smith, mother of Guy Smith of
Clear Lake started for Los An
geles, Saturday to spend Christ
mas with relatives. They expect
to be gone ten days.
ROAD UNDER WATER ;
SILVERTON, December i 2Ji--Water
was over the pavement In
the Bethany district Thursday ot
this week for the first time this
season. However, the overflow,
wiiich comes from the Pudding
river was only five or six Inches
over the pavement and not suffi
cient to stop traffic. By Friday
morning the water was complete
ly down again.
2.00 the pair, 3 pair $5.50
$4.00 to $10.00