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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salmi Oregon fftMaaay Mornlax. January 7, 1933
Community Group to Have
RICKEY. Jan. 6 Afj. in-
teresting program Is prtniseF for
the next community cIuM; the
n-xt community club- ijaeefing
in January 10. , '
. The musical numbers .-Will . be
furnished bv the following fam
uli J. Prahb A. K. T,. Rrancha.
O'-ive Beardsly, W. Flood, Frank
K. Harris. H. Elfstrcm and the
p'ay The Great Catastrophe, a
2 -act play wui be presented on
dr the direction ol Mrs. Marie
Kelly and Miss Edna Fery.
The cast 1 at follows: Jack
Kennard, a. vacant lover, Irvine
C.iplinger; Denns Mullken, who
caused the catastrophe, Arthur
Kelly; Ben Trap, English coach'
man with expectations. Orvin Fry
she: Robert Drew, the old man
himself. M. M. Maeee: Violet
Drew, his daughter, Mrs. "Irvin
Caplinger; Dorothea Primrose, a
governess with nerves. Mrs. M. M.
Maeee: Tlllie Craig, a etage-
strnck maid. Mrs, Wesley Horner.
Mrs. M. Knighton and Mrs. A.
E. La Brancbe will have charge of
th.? refreshments and OliTe'Crabb
and Marie Blanehard -will act as
There will be no admission
charge and visitors are welcome.
Bring your cups and spoons.
1 'ON GUARDS FEARED
V " l f
h., i f
Little Chief Flying Heart of
the Apache Indians, who arrived
in San Francisco recently, end
ins; his 180-mile ran from Fres
no, Cal. He carried Xew Year
greetings from the mayor bf
Fresno to the mayor of Sn
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Edwards
Celebrate 50th Wedding
SUNNYSIDE, Jan. t Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Edwards . celebrated
their golden wedding day anni
versary, January 5, at their home
near Sunnyside, with a host or
relatives and friends wishing
them many more anniversaries.
Mr. Edwards was born March
11, 1859. in Basey County, Ken
tnrkv. Mm. Edwards was also
born in Basey County, Kentucky,
May zs, 186Z, ana tney were mar
ried at Liberty. Kentucky, fifty
A beautiful wedding cake encir
cled with gold leaves formed the
center piece for a sumptuous din
ner spread for 'the guests. A
beautiful gold wrist waica zor
"Mother," and a gold seal ring
for "Father" wera nresented with
loving wishes by their immediate
family. After the dinner was ov
er each euest waa nresented with
one of the gold leaves from the
wedding cake as a memento.
The Invited cuesta were: Mr.
unit Mrs. W. E. McDonald, and
son, Paul, of Camas, 7ashington.
Mrs. Ed McDonald. Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Edwards and daughter Lu
cille, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Buell,
and children, Marlon and Darrell,
of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
T. Tavlor. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
McCarter, and nephew, Herman
Wldiner. of Chilhollv. Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Cannoy, and
son Kenneth. Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Taylor. Paul Taylor, Dorothy Tay
lor, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Pearson,
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huff.
NEW LONDON. Cvmn., Jan. 6.
Police were en the alert tonight
to prevent a recurrence of attacks
o:i coast guardsmen in retaliation
f jr the killing of three rum run
ners. The district ahout the state pier
where the bate is situated and
a-iusement places frequented by
guardsmen were under their close
surveillance. The men themselves
were advised to be ca'utious as the
revalt of beatings given two of
tUeir number snortly alter last
midnight by a gang of men.
Coxswain George A- Cadorett,
cf Pawtucket, R. I., attached to
t.if. destroyer Arcisson, was set
u ;.; while taking a short cut to
th? base, and was cut and bruised.
ttne ot, the pang asked him if
be vere a memher of the crew of
t ie CG-290 which fired .on the
t r..i runner Black Duck in Nar
rasunsett bay last Sunday, killing
t;ree men and wounding a fourth.
said he wasn't, but was a coast
Well, .that's good enough for
i:s.'" was the reply, and he be
ci;:ii the target of flying fist3.
Bundridge, Frank Hufford, Kath
erine Montandon, Waldo Gilbert,
Clinton Wampler, Beatrice John
son, Melrin Lehrman.
Advanced room. Earl Johnson,
Leonard Faist," Elmer Johnson,
Kay Mio, Tom Mio, Dorthy Huf
ford, Ina Zeliniski, Alfred Mon
tandon. 31 rs. Matilda Van Cleave and
daughter Bertha of Salem were
guests at the home of hereon,-C.
A. Van Cleave during the week.
Mrs. Van Cleave is a sister of Mrs.
John Van Cleave of this place,
pioneers of an early day.
IB IS HE
Hazel Green Club
HAZEL GREEN". Jan. 6 The
second meeting of "Blue Bird
Sowing Club." which Is to be held
th first Wednesday of each
month, because of New Year's
1av met Jan. 2 at the P. W.
The rirls completed their tea
towels . Next meeting they make
holders and handkerchief bags.
After several numbers on the
piano by the different girls, re
freshments of cake, Jello, sand
wiches and punch were served.
Mrs. Woelke was assisted by her
mother, Mrs. William McCormack
and Mrs. Edward Dunnigan, Jr.
Mrs. Ralph Gilbert is leader of
th club. Those present were:
Edna Rutherford, Bell Hufford,
Lucille Dunnigan, Hazel Woelke.
Ina Zellnski. June Dunnigan, Enti
Yada, Symio Mio, Charlotte Van
(leave, Dorothy Hufford, Mrs.
Gilbert. Mrs. Woelke and guests.
Two members of the club were
absent, Ruth Montandow, and
Margaret Dunnigan. The dub will
ntw?t February 3 at the home of
TURNER. Jan. 6, The Marion
county health demonstration, held
a clinic at the Turner school
building Thursday and Friday.
Dr. Edward Lee Russel, assist
ed by Miss Margaret McAlphine,
was in charge. 26 grade children
were examined Thursday fornoon
and 23 Friday morning, with
more to be examined Monday.
Thursday afternoon waa de
voted to Dre-school children of
Turner and vicinity. Mothers of
18 children took advantage at
the opportunity to have their
children examined. Mrs. E: C,
Bear and Mrs. L. C. Ball assisted
DELEGATES MAKE SPEED
WASHINGTON. Jan. 6. (AP)
If the nroKram now set for the
departure of the American delega
tion to the Arms conference is ad
hered to. New York City will have
to wait until the delegates return
from abr-ad to catch a glimpse of
Pratum Will See
Play by West
PRATUM. Jan. 6. A play.
"The Path Across the Hill" will
be given at the school house un
der the auspices of the Ladies'
Aid Friday evening, January 10,
by the West Salem Kpwortn
League. The following will be the
Vera Steward, Zuzu, the colored
servant; Jake Fox, Salamander
Alexander John Henry Jones, her
husband; Al Henningsen, urana-
pa Crawford; Ada Clarke, Grand
ma Davis; Willa Sampson, Ruth
Conrad; Curtis Ferguson, waiter
rnnrsit! Eva Arnold. Lutie:
Charles Frederickson, Doctor Jim
mie Reed; Gertrude Warren, Flo
Admission at Pratum will be 16
and 35 cents.
Children Like This
Coughs and Sore Throat
Relieved Almost Instantly
Ston children's coughs and sort
throats before these ailments, lead
ilia. Thoxine. a doc
tor's prescription, now assures re
lief within IS minutes to children
as well as adults without the dan
ger in the use of patent medicines
containing harmful drugs.
Thoxine works oa a different'
nrinriniA. roea direct to the source !
of trouble and relieves the irrita
tion which causes the coughing
and sore throat. Ideal for chil
Hormiira it la aafe and does
nnt hiTA the nsnal "nasty-medi-
cine" taste. No gargling. Just aBk
for Thoxine, put np ready tor use
In SKr Se.. and Sl.OA bottle S.
Money back if not relieved. 8old
by Perry's Drug Store and all
other good drag stores.
Hazel Green Has
HAZEL GREEN, Jan. 6 Mrs.
Adolph Kittilson will be hostess
t.) the Missionary Society January
9 at 2 'o'clock. Mrs. Lester Van
Cleave, leader. Study book. "From
Jerusalem to Jerusalem,? to be
The Community club will meet
January 17 at the school-house.
Program will be given by families
of the district." Mrs. Louis Wamp
ler is chairman.
The honor roll for the past 3
months of school is: Marie Mon
tandon, Lillie Yoshikai, Lavon
pert ea tags ol
and other evidences of Rectal and
Colon disorders may be JflSfctd to
as the cause of most i$wu dis
eases, rheumatism, stmaca
troubles, sciatica, aearftis, etc Only
such direct, spedaBsed treatment ea
the Deaa Clmic affords caa Mag
permanent reOeL Our FREE book
let explains oar famous noa-sargkal
method ot treatment and remark
DEAN BU OlfHWiCOarTltCOS
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-and fares are lower via
this new Route East
You may go direct to Chicago from here -
without change of can or trains. Thru PuII
rxun sleepers leave here daily oa the "West
Coast" via Klamath Falls, Akuras, and
Ogdeo. Thru dining car service.
This new route, the Modoc Line, also
provides local service between Klamath
Falls, Reno and Ogden.
Kh-u Lower Fares
ft The opening of this shorter route east
permits a saving in fires to Rocky Moun
ttmmmlv tain, mid-west and eastern destinifioro.
I Ash your locA stent jar further
Jh Baleaa ticket ofxlc
alem housewives are every day ordering
more and more loaves of Hillman's Snow
flake Butter-Nut bread. Why? There
must be a reason. . . there is a reason!
First, this good Hillman's Snowflake Butter
Nut loaf was built to their very own specifica
tions. It is just the right size to fill the day-by-day
needs of the average family, without waste
...a full pound and one-half loaf.
Tlien, it's moulded in the ideal form for quick,
even slicing, for even toasting, and for making
sandwiches for every-day or party use. Its de
licious flavor, tender crust and wholesomeness
make it a real favorite.
Ask your grocer today for a loaf of Hillman's
and you'll be a Snowflake Butter-Nut fan, too.
GD CHERRY CI TY B A K I N G CO.
Seattle, San FftANCiSCCW
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