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Student Lutheran Chapel
At -Monmouth to Be
s ; Dedicated
MONMOUTH, Feb. 8. Formal
opMJfng of "Luther House," tne
m student Lutheran chapel on
Knox street, will be held Sunday
Fen. 9. The morning service ai
1:3. will feature a musical pre
sentation by ReT. W. E, Brinkmaif
i of Portland, with memDers or jus
. Choir. -
Dedicatory services will be in
charge of Rev. R. Bogstaad, pres
ident of the Lutheran Service as
sociation, and Rev. Wm. Schoeler,
Litt.- D., secretary. Special sing
ing will be furnished at 3 P- m..
by Rer. A. M. Kaabel of Central
Lutheran church of Portland.
Rev. L. Lndwig and Rev. P. John
son of Portland will speak at the
evening service, at which music
will be furnished by Rev. Erickson
and, the choir of the American
Lutheran church of Salem. Cor
vallis and Eugene students are
planning' to attend these services.
Lutheran congregations of Ore
gon are giving a furniture shower
this month for the "Luther
House" of Monmouth.
TO ASK FOR
SILVERTON. Feb. 8 The
budget of $300.00 for the annual
Boy Scout drive for funds has
been approved by the committee
appointed by the Silverton Cham
ber of Commerce and known as
the Boy Scouts of America Fi
nance committee of Silverton,
Thb committee will be respon
sible in the community to see to
that the amount assigned to Sil
verton by the executive board of
the Cascade Area of which Sil
verton is a part, is raised.
At the last meeting of the Sil
verton chamber of commerce Alf
O. Nelson was made chairman of
the committee to have charge of
this drive. His is to be assisted
by Robert Goetz and G. Paulson.
FAIRVIEW, Feb. 8 Mr. and
Mrs. Otis Meaner of Portland call
ed at the R. R. Dent home Thurs
day. The Ankeny grange hall is be
- i ng remodeled. It is a two-story
structure and Is to be cut down
to a one-story building.
W. T. Dent made a business
trip to Corvallis. Thursday.
Charley Palmer, who is spend
ing the winter at Florence near
the coast, has returned home for
a' few day 8.
Mrs, Ida Bud)ong, who has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Hazel Huege, returned to her
home In Salem, Thursday.
The school began serving hot
lunches Friday. The fifth grade
will have charge of the prepara
tion and serving of the food for
next week. Each grade will be
given an opportunity to have
charge of this work.
Roy Hargin has employment in
Balem and will move his family
-t?. 119 Marlon street. The re
taoval of this family will be a
loss to the community.
Everett Hansard reports hard
luck on his recent trip to Flor
ence. He was driving along a nar
row stretch of road about 9:301
'clock Monday evening, when he
tnrned oat to avoid a small land
slide his new Durant sedan left
the road and went over a 30 foot
embankment. The ar landed on
Its top. Mr. Hansard was able to
-extricate himself and walked 13
miles to Florence where he secur
ed help In rescuing his car, which
was damaged to a considerable
extent. Fortunately Mr. Hansard
was not injured.
Vera Pack is visiting her aunt,
. Mrs. R. R. Dent.
Howard Sehon spent Wednes-
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Many of our custom
ers are amazed at tbe
: difference In their con
dition after wearing one of
the Akron 8pons Rubber Pad
Trusses we fit correctly to
their Individual mmU.
" ' - n you nave been expert
mentlng unsuccessfully with
different appliances come la
and let xtm explain the tin- .
POrtance of a PROPXRLT
tU'lUt TRUSS, We make no '
Charts for examinations and '
consultation and guarantee
. every tmss we sett to bold Um
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lupturt, ... .
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. 405 State TeL 119 j
day night at the home of Wilbur
Henry Williams and wife, who
have been visiting in California,
stopped at the home of R. R.
Dent. Thep expect to go to Port
McMINNVILLE, Feb. &V (Spe
cial) Mary Ann Gilkey, 4, be
lieved to have been the first white
child bom In Yamhill county. Is
still living at her birthplace on
her father's old. donation land
claim near Dayton. Living with
her heirlooms, treasures, and
most precious ot all her memor
ies of pioneer days in Oregon,
Mrs. Gilkey attended Willam
ette university and was gradu
ated from there In 18 C. Mrs.
Marie Marsh of Portland. Is the
only other living member ot the
class of that year.
The pioneer woman's tales of
primitive frontier life here when
she was a girl are absorbing, so
clear is her memory and know
ledge ox Interesting detail. She
recalls a trip to the top of Mt.
Hood in JL86S when she and a
friend were the first women ever
to reach the peak. The trip in
those days was an adventure. It
required ihe party six days to
reach Government Camp after
Mrs. Gilkey is lookinz fcr-
ward to the building of a tram
way up the mountain side so she
ean visit the spot again.
On Third Street
McMINNVTLL.fi Fh f so
cial) A thirty minute parking
limit for McMinnville's main thor
oughfare. Third street, took a
somewhat definite form at a. ne-
cial council meeting here Friday
A motion was made and nanuwl
during the meeting that an ordin
ance declaring a 30-minute park
ing limit in the street be prepared
and submitted to the connHlmen
at their next meeting.
The proposal, studied at the
last meetlnar of the rnnni1 h
received much favorable com
ment from local citizens, It was
brought out during the meeting.
On Account of the Exceptional
Interest We Will Continue Our
Gertrude Amy Moyer passed
away at; the family home en 430
Log Cabin street, Independence,
February 7, 1930.
Mrs. Moyer was bonj at Sugar
Grove, Pennsylvania, May - 28,
1887, and was 42 years, six
months, and' nine days old.
SEe was united In marriage to
Charles 'Moyer, September 31.
1913 at Dallas. Besides her hus
band she is survived by one son,
Clarence at home, her motherv
Mrs. Jennie M. Cobb, Falls City, a
sister, Mrs. Mabel Hatch also of
Falls City, a brother, Warren B.
Cobb of Los Angeles,. California.
Mrs. Moyer wts an active mem
ber of the Methodist Episcopal
church in which she win be
The ladies of the M. E. church
were serving a dinner at which
Mrs. Moyer was present when
she was overcome by a stroke ot
apoplexy, an ambulance was' call
ed at once. She was rushed home,
her husband and son called to her
bedside, also medical aid bnt
in spite of ft all she passed away
In two hours time.
Mrs. Moyer was president of the
Women's Foreign Missionary so
ciety. She was a member of the
Macabee and Rebecca lodges.
MONMOUTH, Feb. 8 Grain
in this section seems to .be unin
jured by the recent cold weather.
Grass shbws evidence of having
grown under the snow.
Mrs. Carrie Bennett - who was
very 111 during the cold weather
at her farm home southeast of
town, is somewhat Improved, and
will go to Portland Sunday to
spend several weeks at the home
of her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs.. Stanley Bennett and
receive additional medical at
tention. Rev. and Mrs. L. L. Daily ac
companied 15 Monmouth young
folk to Portland today where
they are in attendance at the an
nual convention of the B. T. P.
U., which lasts three days.
At a convention ot school
board members held Monday In
Tillamook. President J. 8. Lan
ders of the Normal school was
featured on the program with two
addresses: "The More Hecent
Movements in Education," and
Responsibility of Board Mem
bers in Selection of Teachers."
HOSE . . . .
For Three More Days
All $2.00 Value Hose
3 Pairs $4.50.
All $5.95 Bags go at $3.95
All $10.00 Bags go at $5.95
Tuesday afternoon from 2:30
until 4:30 the anaual MeDowell
club tea was held la the music
room of the dormitory. Guests
were faculty members, and
friends of the organisation.
Dean Jessica Todd, and Misses
Violet Hughes, Helen Woodward
and Peggy Waterman poured. Vi
olin,' piano and vocal numbers
added mack to the pleasure of
PRATTJM, Feb. 8 Mr., and
Mrs. Joe Gerig and two daugh
ters, Laura and Alma were din
ner guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Fisher at Hub
Oscar Meyers is building a gar
age for Mrs. A.' Meyers.
William Dependehner who has
been visiting for the past month
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D.
Kleen is planing to return to his
home in Franklin, Nebraska In
the near future.
SAN DIEGO. Cat, Feb. 8.
(AP) A slight tremor occurred
here this afternoon at 3:23
o'clock, according to Prof.
Charles M. Savage, meteorologist
at the Theosophical university on
Point Loma. The shock lasted 45
seconds and was so slight that it
was barely perceptible to resi
dents. Correct, scientific
lenses save the vision
from the permanent
work, glare, artificial
Let us advise you in
the care of your eyes.
OF P. DISTRICT
MEET S SGUEDOLED
SILVERTON, Feb. 8 The
Knigfils of Pythias lodge will hold
its district convention here on the
night of February 27. The ses
sion will be a closed ' one, and
among other things, rank work
will be exemplified. Grand Vice
Chancellor Karl of Portland and
W. G. Gleason, grand keeper of
records and seals, will be in at
tendance. The district Includes Salem. In
dependence. Dallas, Aurora, Hub
bard and Silverton. Over 100 are
expected to attend and a banquet
will be served during the evening
by the loeal Pythian sisters.
GOETZ GOING TO HARVARD
SILVERTON. Feb: 8 Robert
Goetz, superintendent ot Silverton
schools, .will stndy daring- the
summer term at Harvard univer
sity at Cambridge, Mass. Mr. Go
etz, Is one of the three educators
of Marion county, awarded educa
Every home is always in need of a few extra pieces of furniture. JNow you can
buy those odd pieces at a great saving. All through the store the odd pieces have
been picked out and the prices reduced. You cannot afford to miss this opportunity.
Three Piece Bedroom
In Decorated Ivory
Chiffonier Now 46J
FULL SIZE BEDCHIFFONIER and CHAIR.
In Decorated Green CM 41 QC
Enamel. Reg. $84.00. Now tJrti.OD
FULL SIZE POSTER BED
CHIFFONIER and VANITY..
We have a large number of odd dressers, vanities,
chiffoniers, chairs and benches, all greatly reduced.
v Decorated Pottery Vases
Decorated Parchment Shades
In Two Sizes '
For that old davenport, chair or any upholstering
you wish done, we have a large complete shop to
iake care of your needs. .
fifECIAL LOT FULL
Our Exchange Store
Located at . .
235 -N. Commercial
tional scholarships by the Com
monwealth Tnnd of New York Ci
ty which sponsored the Marlon
county child health demonstration
which closed a five year period
in Salem on January 1st,
- DALLAS, Feb. 2 Members of
the Kiwanis club had their lunch
eon served to them by students
of the high school domestic sci
ence class, Friday noxn, Feb. 7.
The program was In charge of
R. R. Turner, superintendent of
schools and his talk was upon
superstitions: tracing the origin
of many of the present day super
stitions, its relations to witch
craft of olden days, the negroes
beliefs of conjurers and some of
our own pet -superstitions.
The boys high school quartette
sang two songs, under direction
of Mrs. David Wright, supervisor
of music In the Dallas schools.
MEET AT SCHOOL
TO STIGE PUT
SILVERTON, Feb. 8 The
senior high school student body
has made plans for another one of
Us interesting plays to be given
on the "evening of February 14th
at the Eugene Field auditorium.
The cast is as follows: May
Marshal an Incurable romantist
Ruth Hubbs; Harvey P. Mar
shal, her permanent husband. Max
Llndholm; Dr. Gerald Niles, .her
step husband Robert Stranlx;
Limpy Lannigan, an x-convict
Bob Coffey Officer Sea Walter
Clans; Salvia Allen, Mary's friend
Vernita Brewer; Emily Paisley,
Mary's Aunt Emmy Jane Op
sund; Florence Paisley Mary's
cousin Frances Stewart; Stella,
the maid Mae Coffey.
G. W. DeLay is . directing the
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INDEPENDENCE. Feb. 8- u
has been decided at a bn-i-ness
meeting of the I. H. s. stu
dent body to only Issue "The M; r ,
gold News," school paper, every
two weeks the last semester.
new staff will be. chosen to
the paper as it will be compter, y
an outside activity, while the f;t
semester it was edited by a Matt
from the junior English class.
. The retiring editor-in-chief
Anna Louise Horton. and assis';u
editor, Genevieve Peterson.
At the business meeting it s
also voted that the faculty won l
choose the four delegates to go
Oregon State college educati
exposition. A boy and a girl ;
to be chosen from the junior r-
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Lindqut
have taken up their new reside1
on C and 4th streets. The Lii !
quists were recently married a
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