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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon, Thursday Morning. June 5, 1930
Excellent Program Marks
End of Semester, Teach
ers go Home
BROOKS, June 4 A very suc
cessful term was closed by we
Brooks school Friday with Prin
cipal Wayne Harding. Miss Leta
Wallace and Miss Doris Wood in
Charge. A good program was pre
sented In the forenoon and In the
afternoon races and a ball game
rVofi the conclusion, with
prizes for the winners. A boirate-
im mil nerrea mi
Wayne Harding, left for his
ia in Sherwood. Sunday, to
upend the summer with his par-
nts. Miss Lta Wallace leu sai
torday for her home near Salem
where she will spend a few days,
mefore entering the University of
.waam fAp iha nTnmsr term.
wli Doris Wood left Sunday for
Gates, where she will visit her
grandmother, Mrs. Evans, lor a
Sew days, when she win go on 10
(Highland , California and spend
tthe summer with her parents.
Among the teachers who have
Ibat-n rehired in the Brooks school
lor another year are Miss Letts
Wallace and Miss Doris Wood, and
Ht will he their third term. Mr.
!Harding will not teach school next
Tear, and Mr. Rasz has been hired
(UZEL GREEN HOME
BEING IMP MD
HAZEL GREEN. June 4 Wil
liam Williamson is re-roofing his
3uuse. His brother-in-law, Lloyd
IPesperling of Jodon Valley Is
helping. They are also painting
Mrs. Robert Wedger nee Phoebe
Saiser, and small son Robert, Jr.
visited Mrs. William Williamson
and Mrs. A. T. Van Cleve, recent
ly. Herman Wacken, Jr. is build
ing a dwelling house in the
woods on the farm bought last
.year from H. C. Powell. The house
ta being wired for electricity by
C A. Kobow. Harry Golden and
Rudolph Wacken are assisting
with the carpenter work.
Ben Clemens, owner of Hazel
Green Park, is ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Author Porter and
children were calling in the
neighborhood. Mr. porter came
here from California. He raised
strawberries and vegetables on M.
L. Jones' land for three years
before going to Camas. Washing
ton. A baby. Author, Jr., joined
the family since leaving here.
Miss Pearl Darkens is visiting
relatives in southern California.
Lloyd Pepperling and sister
Airs. Laura of Jordon Valley are
visiting their sister, Mrs. Wil
Mrs. Max Wood has as guest
this week her sister. Miss Tressa
Xelinskl of Portland.
Mrs. Wood will have as guest
ever the weekend a neice, Miss
Virginia Wilson of Portland.
Max Wood was called to Mil
waukie, Wisconsin by the death
f a brother who was drowned.
Clarence Star, who has been
working for William Williamson,
lias gone to Silverton to work in
Mrs. 81ms of Salem was a vis
itor at the C. A. Kobow home.
Mrs. Sims lived In the commun
ity for several years.
SCHOOL BUS IS PRAISED
Beauty of Service Is Seen in Orange Vans
By LILLIB M. MAGEE
RICKEY,' June 4 If any one
had said a year -ago that the old
yellow Highland bus was beau
tiful or even pretty they would
have been laughed at but to the
parents of the high school chil
dren the big sisters of the. High
land bus are one of the most, sat
isfactory sights that decorate the
highways for they stand for com
fort, safety and proper supervision
of the children from the time they
leave home until they are back
again. Not only that but many
boy and girl who otherwise could
not go to high school now has an
equal chance with his neighbors.
Even the much ridiculed color
is an asset for the children as It
stands for safety. While the gray
busses are much more beautiful
to look at they are not easily seen
any distance on a cloudy or foggy
winter day while if any thing can
be seen it's the bright orange col
ored school busses and this per-4
haps may prevent many an acci
dent. Rickey was one of the foremost
districts in the county to work
for the school -busses and it was
not only the people who had ehil'
dren that worked but some of the
flint to Kien the netltlnna went
persons who had no children in
school, but are deeply interested
in the welfare of all the children.
When the Salem school board did
not think It possible to have the
children transported for $40 per
year the Rickey representative
was among those who helped find
a man who would take the con
tract and the community have
anxiously watched to see whether
the venture would be a success or
While a few unpleasant inci
dents have occurred which have
been properly dealt with and there
have been a few slight unavoid
able accidents the peOple la this
vicinity feel that transportation
has been a success. They also feel
that when the children enter bus
No. 11 of which E. C. Kruger has
charge that their children are not
only in the care of a careful
driver and a good disciplinarian
but also a friend.
There was some objections to
the school busses a the ground
that the grade pupils were obliged
to walk bur some of the high
school pupils have to walk a mile
and more as far as the average
grade pupils walk to school to
meet the bus. and provision has
been made .that for a very small
amount, when the bus la not
crowded, that grade pupils may
ride aad on- stormy days many a
child Is picked np free of cTiarge.
i: While the county is out for
transportation it would require
between SO and 25 cents to take
care of the pupils - from bus No.
11 aad when we consider the Bom
ber of bus lines, this would in
crease, the cost of road upkeep
besides increasing' the traffic the
time of day when It Is the most
Altogether this community Is
pleased with the result of the first
year of transportation and appre
ciate the cooperation of the coun
ty officers, the Salem school
board, the principals and teach
ers of the Salem high and Junior
high schools the bus owner aad
drivers with the parents -in mak
ing- this venture a success:
JEFFERSON FOLK CO
TO 1W PHI
JEFFERSON, Jane 4 Rer. A.
W. Oliver dismissed services at
the Evangelical church Sunday
morning, in order to attend the
baccalaureate services ot the
graduating class of Albany col
lege, of which he la a member.
A group of members motored
to Albany to enjoy the services,
after which a pienie dinner was
enjoyed, spread on a long table
at the social hall of the Evangel
ical church. Rev. and Mrs. F. W.
Launer and son Linden were in
vited guests ; for the occasion.
Those going to Albany were Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Davidson, Mr. and
mm. w. H. Bell, Rev. and Mrs.
A. w. Oliver, Mr. Lester. M. D.
Swabb, Walter, George, John aad
Laura Kins, ; Mrs. Nettie Reeves
and Anna Klampe.
KDZEJI PUPILS 11
Tcmzicn. June 4 ' The Pal
mer method of penmanship has
received speeuu auenuon in me
Keixer school. A large group re
eeiped the third Palmer pins.
They were Glenn Kelley, Mary
Lemsakl. Tom Oye. Harriet Min-
turn, Blanche Betxer, Kioise Ben
nett, Muriel Ban ran, jaargarei
Terusakl, Lorraine Sun. Janet
Weeks. Lorena Harold. Julius
Harold, Lorraine Russell, Bruce
Thomas, Ray Shields, rniup
Blake and Robert Knuison.
- : Mintnm won the "Iraorovement
Certificates- which is the highest
award to be earned in toe etn
buoy inn ip
TURNER. June 4 Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Edwards went to The
Dalles Wednesday to meet their
daughter, Mrs. Hazel Hobson,
whose two children were on the
way to meet their grandparents,
returning home with them for a
Mr. and Mrs. Hobson live In
central Oregon. Mrs. Crystal Ed
wards accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
Edwards as far as Hood River
where she visited at the home of
her father, M. Carrigan.
Back From Bend
BROOKS, June 4 After being
guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs., Vern Ramp and family of
BOnd. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Ramp
and children Leo and Cleo Ramp:
have, returned home. They
brought home quite a few fish.
Mr. Ramp reports that there was
snow on the Mackenzie Pass. Mrs.
Vern Ramp entertained with an
evening of bridge, in compliment
to Mr. aad Mrs. Willard Ramp on
Week end guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Loo mis
was, Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson
and son Lynn Anderson and Mrs.
Anderso's sister, Mrs. Amanda
Bolt of Tillamook.
Irrigation Plzzt toA'
'- Be Demonstrated d
Brown Farm Smsday
monstratioa of the well tr
rintkm nlaat last cbmolet-
ed on the . Sam H. Broww
farm at the east city limits
is to be give Sunday, Jane
8, at 8:00 o'clock p. m. The
public is invited. The well
yields two cable feet of wa
ter per second.
A concrete pipe distribu
tion system is being complet
ed for the irrigation of the
berry farm. A group of Port
land business snen who pro
Tided the revolving fund for
this well win be in attend
AT CenRHL HOWELL
CENTRAL HOWELL, Jane 4.
- Mr. and Mrs. A. Bergland drove
from Prescott, Washington, Sat
urday to visit Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
i Ramsdfin. Mr. Berglund returned
homo the following day, while
Mrs. Berglund is staying for a
Miss Beulah -Cramer ot Salem
was an over night guest at the
i John Tweed homo Saturday night.
H. L. Lichty purchased a new
Chevrolet sedan Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ostrander
and Mrs. U. S. Simmons of Port
land were Decoration day guests
at the Clarence Simmons home.
John Lovre who is recuperating
from a major operation at the
Silvertan hospital is- doing well
and Is expected to be able to re
turn home shortly.
GUEST AT TIMER
TURNER, June 4 Mr. . and
Mrs. John Gale and young son,
William of Oregon City spent
Sunday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bear. Mr. Gale
spent several years in the vicin
ity of Turner and Is a graduate of
the high school.
He and two brothers, Richard
and Robert Gale are associated
with their mother, Mrs. Gale Neal,
in raising pure bred Jerseys, be
ing owners of the famous "Tiddle
Wink ' herd, which has won many
prises for their owner, both at the
Oregon State Fair and at the Pa
cific International Livestock
show held each year in Portland.
At the present time, Mrs. Neal
has world record cows in their
class. -Their dairy . products sell
at a premium and they have an
extensive milk route. Mrs. Neal
and her sons came from Connec
ticut about 15 years ago, bringing
a few choice Jerseys for the foun
dation of the present famous
have given tho. permanent Judi
cial commission the power of tak
ing final action oa questions of
doctrine and on cases involving:
ministers and presbyteries,- but !
this was found illegal according
to the constitution of the church.
The modification was that vot
ing ministers and elders shall re
tain the privileges of determining
matters of doctrine and deciding
Judicial cases against church mem
Is Favored by
CINCINNATI, June 4 (AP)
The 142nd Presbyterian General
assembly of the United States to
day approved an overture estab
lishing a permanent Judicial com
mission as the supreme court of
the church but modified it to re
tain concurrence of the assembly
in the final action on all Judicial
The plan as submitted would
NAPLES, Italy. June 3. (AT)
ML Vesuvius tonight eoniffierc
orated its anniversary of last
year's destructive eruption ty
shooting high fountains of lava in
to the air frequently. The erup
tions were accompanied by strong
explosions and were visible f- -miles.
$1.25 per bundle of 250 or $490 per 1000
The best hallock on the market without
A full supply of crates.
Special cash prices.
D. i White '& Son
261 State St.
GET YOUR SUPPLY
Overalls or Jumper
Of 220 blue denim, cut
with six bar
alls or Jump
After 5 Months
ELK CITY, Okla., June 4.
(AP) J. B. Miller, owner of a
motor company here, said tonight
that a man employed by him un
der the name of Maurice Graham
claimed to he the air mall pilot
by that name who has been miss
tog since last January 10.
Miller said the man, a former
aviator, had been working for him
about two weeks. He Is about 35
years old. Miller said, about the
age of the missing flier.
Work shirts of exceptional
ftialxty fine vara chambraj. Hade
very strongly and cut large aad
roomy all over.
Men's Khaki Pants
Will Withstand Much Wear
Many noteworthy points are to be found in these
pants. For instance: they're made of heavy
khaki, have four pockets and watch pocket, caff
bottoms and belt loops. Sixes 30 to 46.
At Hazel Green
HAZEL GREEN, June 4
Tuesday evening June S an in
terested audience listened to an
Interesting program given at the
school house by Dr. W. S. Haley,
SjJem agent of a Portland Trust
Co. The program was the Irish
Yodel, the Cats Mew; my version
of "The Shade of the Old Apple
Tree and Todal songs In German;
reading, "The Tale of . Women's
Eights; song "Sail Along Silver
Moon. Dr. Haley explained the
work of the company.
Mrs. Carl Johnson, who had a
major operation recently. Is ex
pected home from the Willamette
sanatorium the last of this week.
Per Men. Khaki, denim or
Hickory Stripes 36 to 50
New Air Route
In Use Monday
BILLINGS, Mont.. June 4.-
AP) Newton Wakefield, gen
eral manager of Mamer Air Trans
port, announced here tonight that
he long contemplated Spokane
St. -Paul air line will begin opera
tion Monday. Wakefield was hero
with It. A. Fuggy, general traffic
manager, arranging final details
f the service.
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Made of fine
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fag fjoafity and
With Screen Front
FuH-blocked crowd w&
very seam taped foe added
wear. FdUtitched brim, A
comfortable, durable hcj for
work or sport wear.
Wen's. Triple stitched Bodlei.
Of heavy durable fabrics.
1 i 98c
Of Heavy CIuaDcrum
These are made to oar own spfcifirartortg. Triple
stitched! High-back or suspender-hack styles.
Assorted lengths in sixes 30 to 43 a the waist
Overall or jacket at
MOTOR TO BOSESURO
KEIZER. June 4 Mr. aad
-rs. Ck -4. TeUIemler andL . Mi.
llrs. ' Ed TrItes of' Portland
motored 1 to Roseburg Memorial
. day to decorate their mother's
grave. Mrs. SetUemier and Mrs.
Trites are sisters. "
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