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Rohrer and Peters Resume
Operation of - Plant in '
Polk County '-
FALLS CITY, Jan. 6 With
Karl Rohrer at the wheel, the
first track load of cream for the
Falls City Creamery arrived at
the local plant Thursday morn
ing, and Is now worked up into
high grade Falls City butter. The
cream was ail obtained locally and
was up to the usual high grade of
Oregon cre.im, and by tomorrow
will be on the market as butter.
Messrs. Peters and Rohrer
have practically rebuilt the local
creamery building and now have
a modern and efficient plant
While small, it has been planned
by them to be convenient and it
can easily be added to in case
growth makes It necessary a
thing for which everyone in Falls
In order to insure a uniform
product, all the cream that comes
to the plant is pasteurized before
being made into butter. This ma
chinery has been . put in at the
.Tails City plant and the local but
ter will no doubt rank high. Mr.
Peters for a number of years was
buttermaker at the Dallas cream
ery and while in that position won
reputation for making high
- grade butter.
Under the title "A Heart to
Heart Talk With Our Patrons"
the Falls City Creamery is put
ting out a little booklet on the
care of milk and cream. . It gives
the reasons for cleanliness and
care an taking care of milk from
the time it is milked until it is
made into butter. Anyone inter
ested can obtain a copy by calling
at the creamery or at the Enter
MS ALL DM MEET
AUMSVILLE, Jan. 6. The
Aunisville Community club held
an all-day meeting at the school
house New Year's day with din
ner served at noon and a program
in the afternoon and discussion
on subjects for the betterment of
L. G. Garnant. of Lachan,
Wash., who has been looking after
the drug store here since Mr.
Johnson's death, came Thursday
after spending New Year with re
latives In Portland.
Mrs. Margaret Martin, grade
teacher entertained at her home
New Year's eve the fourth, fifth
and sixth grades of which she is
Mr. Bell and son, LaMar, re- j
turned to their home, at Grants j
Pass Thursday after bringing
Cordon Bell to Corvallis, where he
Is going to school and Helen Mc
Collough to her home after spend
ing the holidays at the Bell home
at Grants Pass.
The girls and boys of the school
organized a cooking club Friday
and expect to be ready to start
w orking next meeting.
The Merrill Garage is installing
another gas pump this week.
Claude Boone is improving his
property by building a new gar
age. The Young People's class of the
Bethel Sunday school was enter
tained at the J. H. Prunk home
with a watch party New Year's
eve, with 22 present. The eve
ning was spent in playing games
with lunch served at a late hour.
Mr. Vanderse of Portland spent
lie holidays at the Donker home.
Merle Martin returned to Cor
vallis. Wednesday, where she is
?: tending school'this winter, after
spending the vacation at home
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Guais-Fusou and son,
Poyle, of Crawfordsville, are here
visiting with her parent?, Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Sacre.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Germond of
Marshfield spent the vacation
week with Mrs. Germond's par
ent. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Wallace.
L. L. Hittsel and son Donald
Fpent several days in Portland this
v-pek with Mr. Hirtsel's mother.
Doris Naugle of Vashon. Wash.,
fcpent the weekend here with her
viirle, P. B. Collins and family.
A school meeting was held at
the school house Saturday after
noon. F. A. Garbe was elected dl
- rector, succeeding Charles Taylor,
.as Mr. Taylor has sold, his farm
an d moved to Portland.
TURNER, Jan. 6 Friends
have Just received announcement
cards telling of the marriage of
Mrs. Avis Hilleary Bacon, to
James Lesly Lasher, Dec. 28,
1929 at Portland.
Mrs. Lasher who has made her
home near Turner for -a number
of yeaii wHl be missed" by her
many friends who wish for her
happiness in her new borne at
i Mayor McKinney who has been
on the sick list Is able to be out
Mrs. Malinda Chambers is vis
iting relatives la Portland.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Thomas Little
who had an i unfortunate auto
wreck Just before th holidays
while driving to Salem, have par
chased a new Buick sedan.
The W. C. T. U. will hold their
January meeting with Mrs. W. T.
Riches Wednesday afternoon,
January I. Subject. "National
WIDOW BY COAST GUARD I
Fruit Pool Will
Al'BTRX. Jan. tt'.M the
Auburn school house Friday
evening, January lO it 8
o'clock, a meeting will be
held for the purpose of dis
'uving the osganization of
a fi uit pool tor the entire
H. L. Mai tin, who has as
Mstod in the organization of
pools in C'anatla and else
where, states he has seen
lneficial results over a per
iod of over ilO years exerl
ence, w ill presi nt his plans.
Wilkinson, of the Square
Ieal Realty Co., and a rep
resentative from the Pro
ducers' Cannery will also be
Prohibition's tenth birthday, Jan.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Th'omason
are home after spending ten days
with relatives in Albany.
John Girardin of Beaverton
spent Christmas day with his
daughter, Mrs. J. G. Greenlee and
family. Mrs. Girardin was for
many years a prominent farmer
of the Pleasant Point neighbor
hood. The annual telephone meeting
will be held Tuesday, Jan. 7 at 10
o'clock at the school auditorium.
All stockholders of the company
should be present.
Win Honors at
FAIRVIEW. Jan. 6 Howard
and Billy Sehon. pupils of Fair
view school, received third place
on their entries at the Boys' Ex
position held at tbi Y. M. C. A.
Billy entered a bookcase which
he made at school and Howard a
va?e which he also made at
school. Howard also received a
ribbon on his entry of flint arrow
Due to so much "flu," the an
nual New Year's party was not
given this year. However a
number of New Year's dinners
were given by residents of the
Mr. and .M. M. A. Flaker and
family of Portland, Mr. and Mrs.
A. Raich of Salem, Mr. and Mrs.
I. L. Davis were guests at the
F. L. More home New Year's day.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Looney of
Jefferson ate New Year's dinner
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clar
Mr. Kellogg of Independence,
A. Henry and Harry Walker were
dinner guests at the H. R. Jones
I Mrs. G. Williams, Mrs. Bertha
Schaffer and Mrs. Margaret Kah
; ler were -New Year's callers at the
Mrs. James Pade and son were
Ney Year's guests of Mrp.
The Rabbit club and Sewing
club met at the school house for
a social hour Friday evening af
ter, school. After the games the
committee served refreshments of
cake and fruit punch.
Ask any oroggisx
f or the red box ot tem.
- r, a - - n
I Organization of M flC
Ifrs. Dudley A.
of a marine en
gineer who was
killed by ma
chine gun bul
lets fired from
the U. S. Coast
boat No. 290
while be was
manning a rum
liquor in New
DALLAS. Jan. 6 R. R. Imbler,
manager of the J. C. Penney com
pany in Dallas, was installed as
president of the Kiwanis club, at
the luncheon meeting. Friday, Jan
uary 3. Dr. V. C. Staats is rice
president, F. J. Craven, treasurer;
Earle Richardson, trustee, and J.
R. Allgood, secretary, i
Mr. Imblem appointed the fol
lowing committee members for
the ensuing year: Public affairs:
T. B. Hooker R. R. Turner and F.
J. Craven. Kiwanis education:
E. J. Page, A. B. Starbuck and
W. W. Harcombe. Attendance:
H. G. Black, W. L. Soehren and
Tracy Savery. Good will and
grievance: J. E. Clayton, E. A.
Wagner, H. A. Woods. Member
ship: C. B. Sundberg, Onral Peter
son and W. L. Pemberton. Inter-
club relations: Walter Williams,
W. L. Pemberton, N. L. Guy. Pro
gram: V. C. Staats, J. R. Allgood
and Rev. J. A. Smf i. Publicity:
Earle Richardson, II. B. Vlers,
and J. C. Tracy. Business stand
ards: C. L. Crider, Conrad Stafrin
and W. M. Dalton. Under-privileged
child: L. A. Bollman, Riley
Craven, Cecil Riggs. Agriculture:
A. V. Oliver, Frank Farmer and
T. C. Stock well. Music: Devere
Penhollow and Sidney E. Whit
worth. Realtors Study
Fifteen members of the Salem
Realty board have signed up for
a course in appraisal study open
to realtors only and met at the
chamber of commerce committee
room last night for the first time.
The group organized elected Wil
liam Pennington president and
Mrs. Winnie Pettyjohn, secretary.
The president will act as director
of the course and the group will
meet each Tuesday night at the
chamber of commerce from 6:45
to 8 o'clock.
Members whe are enrolled in
the course, one of a series pro
vided by the national realty board
are: Frank Doerfler, Karl Becke,
Paul Hendricks, E. A. Miller,
James Sears. Earl Tucker, J. F.
Ulrich. Leo N. Childs, Mrs. Le
lace Ellis. Rich L. Reimann. J. M.
Rupers, W. G. Krueger, William
McGilchrist, Mrs. Pettyjohn and
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rhe OKEGON STATESMAN, Salem
Dr. W. B. Morse Tells Club
Of Needs of Salem Gen
BRUSH COLLEGE, Jan. 6
One of the special features of the
regular meeting of the Brush
College Helpers when they met
Thursday at the home of Mrs. W.
F. McCall, was the interesting
talk given by Br. W. B. Morse of
Dr. Morse took as his subject,
"Needs of the Salem Hospital and
Its Management." Devotionals
were led by Mrs. Oliver Whitney,
vice-president In the absence of
the president, Mrs. A. R. Ewing.
After a general discussion. Mrs.
Paul Wallace, Mrs. U. J. Lehman
and Mrs. Charles McCarter were
appointed as a committee to de
termine the cost of making
screens for the Salem hospital.
New Year's resolutions were giv
en in rhyme by each member
present. Irene Cutler and Mar
garet Christensen next gave a
very beautiful song and dance act,
"Little Sunbeams," accompanied
by Mrs. W. F. McCall.
Ronald Christensen gave a vo
cal solo, accompanied by his sis
ter, Margaret Christensen. Assist
ing Mrs. McCall at the refresh
ment hour were Mrs. Charles Mc
Carter, Mrs. Corydon Blodgett.
Margaret Christensen, Hazel
Hatch and Irene Cutler.
Members and guests present
were special guest. Dr. W. B.
Morse, Mrs. Paul Wallace and her
house gugest. Miss Edith Schir
ver Whitney, Mrs. C. L. Blodgett,
ling, Mrs. Fred Ewing, Mrs. Oil
Mrs. L. Bonney, Mrs: John Schind-
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115 8. Com'l St.
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smoother running ...
with an oil that
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The proper grade for
Oregon, Tuesday Morning, January 7, 1930
ler, Mrs. -Victor Oken and son
Victor, Mrs. Inea Christensen and
children, Margaret, Norman, Ron
ald and Ruth Corydon Blodgett,
Jr., Mrs. Walter Hatch and daugh
ter Hazel, Paul Irons, Mrs.
Charles McCarter, Mrs. Mike
Focht and daughter, Irene, Mrs.
Fred Olsen, Mrs. Ferd Singer,
Mrs. Esther Oliver. Mrs. Joe Sing
er, Mrs. Joe Neisner, Mrs. George ;
Singer, Mrs. Harry Bonney and '
the hostess Mrs. McCall.
Has a Contract
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The senior English class of Inde
This is the opportunity you have wanted,
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fee P. (2,
Five Years Instructor at the Portland Dental College"
YIE LAB 0. MVW BAETO
COUNT the Buicks and you know how many
satisfied Buick owners there are! Hundreds
of thousands . . . and almost never a complaint.
You don't mind taking care of a car that gives
you such service. And here is a point about
Buicks that many owners have learned: They buy
a motor oil that is more than just a lubricant.
All oils form carbon when they burn. Some
leave much less than others . . . and of a differ
ent sort. Shell Motor Oil actually forms only 13
to 1 5 as much carbon as even the costliest oils
you can buy. The little it does form is soft, fluffy
soot that cajbPgw easily away with the exhaust
gases. Absolutely no hard, gritty carbon.
Buicks that use Shell Motor Oil have less car
bon trouble. No valves held open to burn and to
waste power. No disturbing "carbon knocks." No
rapid wear from chafing, grinding carbon chips.
You have a car o wonderful stamina. Give it
this equally fine motor oil whenever you fill the
crankcase. Such a car dtstrva protection from
pendence Is adopting a new eon
tract plan for their work. It will
make the work much harder but
in turn the course will be very
Interesting. The new contract
contains quite a bit of research
work besides the text book stu
dies. With this plan a student may
choose to get a grade of 1. 2, or
3 and make it by working hard.
Mrs. Panline Dixon, the In
structor, has made 3 contracts
and if a student wishes to get a
"one" he must comply with all of
the rules and do all of the work
then he will get a "1" as a final
grade. The same way with the
This plan has been tried before
and proved a success.
Re. $10 Now $7.50
Reg. $7.50 Now $5.00
15 year guarantee
TO THE TEETH AND
all Buicks is
WASHINGTON, Jan. 6 (AP)
Members of the Young Com
munist league today held their
second demonstration In Wash
ington within a month, gathering
In front cf the Mexican embassy
armed with dennae'rtory bankers
and prepared statements of their
purpose. Promptly arrested, all
except three of th demonstrators
j were later released.
I Ambassador Tellez of Mexico
took no cognizance of the demon
Reg. $3 Now $2
$10 Inlays $5.00
$12.50 44 $7.50
to secure high-class dentisty right hre
0 o 0
stration during the short halt
hour it lasted. Later, however,
after the denion; raters had been,
placed in the cells of the nearest
police precinct and charged with
"disorderly cor.du he followed
the exar.le et by President
Hoover several weeks as;o after a
demonstration at the White
House and asked hy be re
leased because of rh-ir rsireme
Members of tli r.up who
staged the demonstration w-re re
cruited from Baltimore and Wash
ington. The gist of tlK-ir protest a pro
claimed in bai.-.ers born by the
raraders was timed against the
';mper:a!:;m" . "f !r??!ce:it-elect
Ortiz RuMo of Mexico, and Presi
$7.50 Crowns Now $5.00
$10.00 Crowns Now $7.50
: . ' 1
Even the costliest oils form
men carbon. A sample of
this oil, whtn burned, left
more than three times as much
as Shell Motor Oil
An equal sample of SMI
Motor OH left only this small
fraction of carbon and it is
soft carbon, not the hard,
gritty, damagn kind