The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, June 20, 1930, Page 3, Image 3

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    The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Friday Morning, June 20, 1930
50 Pills TO
Nominal Charge to Be Made
and Net Proceeds to go
To Airport Fund
SILVERTON. June 19 The
Silverton chamber of commerce
carried a motion at its Wednesday
niEht meeting to advance the
money necessary to guarantee the
airplane show which the local post
of the American Legion plans to
sponsor here in July.
The show is being put on by the
Northwest Division of Aeronau
tic?. It will include 50 planes of
Tarious makes from the smallest
to the lareer olanes. It will also
show the newer planes on the
UuKineMH to Cooperate
i The ripHslnn wa alsn taken
Wednesday night that all local
business houses close for the three
Or four hours that the shnw urtll
be held at the airport. A nominal
entrance fee will be charged and
Should there he anv nrnfit frnm
the show this will be used on the
airport. The president urged all
visitors, both from Silverton and
elsewhere, tn drive Into the nnrt
and not to park along the high
Another matter nf nartimlar In
terest brought u n at the meetinz
was that of holding a community
fair. The chamber of commerce
went on record as supporting the
annual fair which is usually held
In September. Matters of arrange
ment were left in the hands of the
board of directors which holds a
special meeting Friday evening of
this week.
Chamber Plans Vacation
The chamber of commerce
voted to discontinue monthly din
ners during the month9 of July
and August and resume them
again in September. However, the
Monday noon luncheons will be
continued throughout the sum
mer and any business to be tran
sacted by the chamber will be
carried out at these.
ot Chamber Guardfdees Money for A
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ir Show in July
Radioed picture of Kins Carol
tl (left) seated with his brother.
Prince Nicholas, in the royal
earriage in his triumphant nde
through Bucharest from Pariia-
meat U the palace. Tie pear
were erected by a large, en
thusiastic crowd. Although he
has the situation well In hand
and has regained the throne, all
efforts of his friends are with
out avail In bringing a reconcil
iation between the erstwhile
"vagabond lover" and his for
mer wife. Princess Helene.
Will Be Accredited Bovine
Tuberculosis Free; Seven
rive mnntiea are to be accredit
ed by the state livestock sanitary
board within the next few a ays
in connection with the bovine tu
berculosis campaign. These In
clude Coos. Deschutes, Curry, Co
lumbia and Benton.
rnnntle nreviouslv accredited 1
are Clatsop, Polk, TinamooK, Jo
sephine, Lincoln, Yamhill and
Hood River.
In accredited counties the tests
must show that not more than
one-half of one per cent of the
cattle are Infected.
Nine Rattles in
Snake Killed by
C. Walker, Amity
AMITY, June 19. White
working on a farm north
east of Amity, Charles Walk
er found and killed a rattle
snake which had nine rat
tles. The snake is four and
one half feet long. The hills
northeast of Amity are
known as Rattle Snake hills
since this is not the first
rattler found. However, it is
the first to be found here
for several years. Mr. Walk
er was employed on the
farm where he found the
Turner Dairymen Hear Jack
son of Portland Tell Way
To Success
nm folk
Frank Cannard Takes Lead
In "A Poor Married Man"
On City Hall Play
and two children, Vivian and Don
ald, of Pullman, wash., and Mrs.
Beeman and Miss Adaline Frank
lin of Woodburn were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sumner
Mrs. H. S. Smith (nee Lenore
Kirn) of Seattle was a guest
Tuesday and Wednesday of Mrs.
V. O. Booster and other friends
at Gervais.
BROOKS. June 19 The an
nual school election was held
Monday evening at the Brooks
school house with a medium
crowd in attendence. Since Ron
ald E. Jones, chairman of the
board of directors was absent,
Mrs. Anna Dunlavy called the
meeting to order and conducted
the business meeting. Ronald E.
Jones was unanimously re-elected
as director for three years and
Mrs. Marie Bosch was elected as
clerk for one year, to succeed Syl
vester A. Harris whose term has
expired. The budget for the
school year was unanimously car
ried. Other members of the board
atg Mrs. Anna Dunlavy, chairman
and Charles Coffindaffer serving
his second year.
r.PHVAlS. June 19 Rehears
als are being held nighMy for the
play "A Poor Married Man,
which is to he nut on bv Fairfield
talent at the city hall in Gervais
Friday evening. June 27. Frank
Cannard takes the part or tne
poor married man; Freeman Mar
thaler plays the part of Dr. Gra
ham; Mrs. R. Pitzer. Zoie; D. B.
DuRette, Billie Black; Mrs. B.
Hall, college reporter; and Ken
neth Moore, Jupiter, the colored
Misses Florence and Marguer
ite DuRette entertained 20 young
people at their home Friday even
ing in honor of their cousin. Miss
Helen Ruth King of Mitchell, who
is visiting them.
Mrs. Sumner Stevens and Mary,
Vivian and Donald Vincent and
lone and Doris Turner drove to
Hazel Green. Tuesday where they
spent the day picnicking in ob
servance of Mary's 13th birthday.
North Santiam Highway
East of Mill Qity Being
Worked Steadily
Amity Youths
Start Season
For Swimming
AMITY," June 19 Young folks
of Amity are enjoying swimming
la the Yamhill river two miles
west of town at the Harrison
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Amltv schools are out for the
ummer vacation June IS. The
students entoved a picnic at
Herder's park near Dayton on the
last day.
Mm Dnrrant. a student from
Portland is visiting her grand
mother, Mrs. P. P. Durrant dur
ing her vacation.
Gospel Meets
Starting Now
At Brooks Area
BROOKS, June 19 Gospel
meetings Will begin at the Brooks
it club house Friday eve-
in will eontinue on the fol
lowing evenings, Sunday, Wed
nesday and again on next week on micrhts mentioned. Evan
gelist C. hi Haines of Salem will
be one of the speakers, and he
will be assisted by other Evan
gelists. Everyone is welcome.
Mrs. Bomhoff
To Be Buried
This Friday
WOODBURN. June 19 Fun
...i doniMi will ho held here Fri
day for Mrs. D. H. Bomhoff, who
passed away at St. Vincent's hos
pital in Portland Tuesday of this
week. Burial will be in Belle
Pass! cemetery. She is survived by
her hnshand. a son ana inree
Prozram to Be
Given at Brooks
BROOKS, June 19 Brooks
Methodist church members are
..nn.vrtn a nroe-ram to be given
. v... n.nnVi arhoolhouse on Fri
day evening. June 20. Refresh
ments will be served at the close
nf ttia nmrrlffl KverVDOflT IS
welcome and the program is free.
Proceeds go to oenent me cnureu.
MEMEL, Lithuania (AP)
Improvements will be provided for
this port at an estimated cost of
$900,000. A new harbor oasm wun
railroad tracks
and cranes are planned.
GERVAIS. June 19 Several
families living east of Third
street were without city water
Mondav. Tuesday and Wednesday
caused by the breaking of a wa
ter main by the county crew
which is working on the Checker-
hnard-Xewherr market road. A
section of new pipe was ordered
and placed in position Wednes
day afternoon. The road is clos
ed while the work is in progress.
One new bridge is to De duui ana
two sharp corners will be
Mr. and Mrs. cnester vincem
SILVERTON. June 19 A chiek-
en dinner from 12 to 2 p. m., and
a great number of sports from 2
to the close of the afternoon are
some of the plans being formul
ated for the annual St. Paul's par
ish picnic, which is always open
to the public.
Mrs. Elmer Lukes. Mrs. George
Uphoff, and Mrs. T. J. Miller form
the committee in charge of the
kitchen; Mrs. L. B. scnamacK ana
Mrs. J. H. Domagolla are in charge
of the dining room and Mrs. J. H.
McCulloueh. Mrs. Feli- Goyette,
and Mrs. Thomas Reiling have
charge of the ice cream booth.
Herbert Michelbrook is chair
man of the committee which is
arranging the afternoon program.
Boys Enjoy Big
Hike With Cone
MILL CITY, June 19 Boys
in the class of William Cone at
the Christian church returned
Saturday evening from a biking
and camping trip 10 oia tamp
where they went early Friday
with Mr. Cone.
The boys carried bedding and
necessary camp equipment and all
report a splendid time, although
some of them at leaBt were pret
ty tired when they arrived hack
in Mill City Saturday evening.
Those making the trip were John
ny Eyman. Edwin Stone, Marvin
Bailey, George Phillips. Jack
Flook, Edward Howe, Lawrence
Berry, Ralph Harris, and Harold
MILL CITY. Jupe 19 Sever
al 'Marion county gravel trucks
have been busy thjfe past two daya
hauling gravel and placing it on
the hiirhvBT ttsrrinr at the north
end of the county bridge across
ine xsona oanuam river in aim
Citv and on east. 1 This will make
a great improvement on this part
of the road over wnicn me iraiuc
is always heavy and at this time
of the year more so than ever.
At the present time many cars
are going into the Breitenbush
Springs as well as to the new
Foulkes saw mill at Idahna. Es
pecially true is ibis of Sundays
when many picnic parties go to
the Springs for a day's outing.
TURNER, June 19 Mrs. Wey
land Savage and daughter, Mrs.
Albert Savage Jr., and children,
drove from their home at Bremer
ton the first of the week and have
been house guests at the O. P.
Given home. They also visited
their father-in-law and grand
father, Albert Savage Sr., who
lives In the Waldo Hills; they also
called at the home of their sister-
in-law. Mrs. Irvln Archibald and
family of near Sublimity.
Mr and Mrs. Albert Savage Jr.
and family lived near Turner for
several years leaving for their
present home nearly two years
ago; their youngest daughter, isei
n -mhn lived several rears, when
a small child with her aunt, Mrs.
Givens, will remain lor tne resi
of the summer. The ladies made
the return trip Wednesday.
Waldo Finn at
Work on House
On McCoy Farm
VoPOT. Jnnp 21 Work was
ctarteri nn the new home Of Mr.
and Mrs. Waldo Finn Monday.
. . . . .
The work is being done by tne aay
and there was no contract let. Mr.
Charles Sargent is in charge of
the building.
Mr Henrv Domes scent Wed
nesday and Thursday fishing on
the Willamina river.
Mr. J. P. Peterson was in Mc
Minnville on business Wednesday.
Mrs. S. L. Halstead and Miss
Betty Finn were shoppers in Mc
Mlnnville Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Roth called
at the Waldo Finn home Tuesday.
TURNER. June 19 F. E.
Jackson of the Portland Cooper
ative Dairy association, was the
speaker at the dairymen's meet
ing. Monday night which was held
in the high school auditorium.
The keynoote of his talk was.
"Dairymen Must Organize if they
ever expect to get a better price
for their market milk and Other
Dairy Products." The association
has recently helped to stimulate
prices for the dairymen sending
products to the Salem market and
what is done in one locality can
be done by cooperation in all districts.
New Barn Now
Under Way at
Turner Farm
TURNER. June 19 The barn
that is being built on the farm
three miles south of Turner, be
longing to the "Turner Boys
Home," is nearing completion. O.
I T. Fowler and sons are doing the
Mrs. Margaret Duncan came up
from Salem Tuesday driving her
1 new Chrysler. She was calling on
home at one time two miles south
of Turner.
The Georgia state board of
health will sponsor a "health
cade" or educational tour through
36 counties of the state.
Methodists Have
Enjoyable Fete
TURNER. June 19 The Meth
odist Episcopal Sunday school
held a very eniovable picnic
I Thursday in Denyer's grove on
Mill creek a mile east of Turner.
various panies were emnusiasuc
ally entered into by young and
After a big dinner and an abun
dance of ice cream was passed to
at least 65 people. Ivan Hadley is
the Sunday school superintendent.
Masonic and Eastern Star Picnic
Saturday, June 21, Hazel Green Park
Exclusive use of the park has been secured for the day
and evening. Admission free.
Coffee and ice cream furnished.
Dancing 9:00 p. m. Mills Orchestra
Anyone needing transportation call
D. A. Wright, 55 or 1753J (after 5 p. m.)
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MILL CITY, June 17 Chil
dren's day at the Christian church
was observed Sunday with fitting
exercises, with Mrs. Fern Bailey,
Mrs. William Cone and Mrs. F.
L. Kirby in chafge of the pro
gram. The program consisted of two
orchestra numbers, song by the
congregation, prayer by Rev. A. C.
Bates, recitation by Marion Swift,
ong by a group -of girls, recita
tion Maxine Lauote, vionn uuci
May Undsey and Mrs. Olds, reci
tation Lois Sumpter, song by
small children, song by the choir,
dialogue by three girls, violin du
et by the LaDuke boys, song by
four girls, reading Mrs. L. C.
Chance, vocal solo Loav Lind
sey, recitation Virginia Slater,
song by the congregation ana
benediction by thq pastor.
McCoy People
OH to Visit at
Gearhart Home
McCOY, June 19 Misses Wi
nona and Dorothy Finn left Mon
day for Gearhart, where they will
Join their aunt, Miss Myrue Jja-
vis. They will stay at me eoasi
about a month to see u me
change of climate will help Miss
Davis' health.
I Mia Reatrice Hawlev Is visit
ing In Portland at the home of
her sister, Mrs. wjms Eari.
Waldo Finn was in Portland
Thursday taking a truck load of
fir, f? "
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Nattre extend a amllinc wel-
mima j 1Mwriv Mnmnii mm na
marks nil visit to their section
X the ettr x Iwrcnca waft
ion I
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extended inspection ef the town,
tnrlading the nerodromsw -
Helen Kihs Is
Back From Her
School Work
JEFFERSON, 4une 19 Helen
Kihs who has been attending
University of Oregonyeturned to
her home east of ;toTn Saturday,
for a brief vacation. miss Kins
and her hrother Qeorge left by
motor for San irrancisco, iain.,
where Helen will -attend summer
school at the Stat Teacher's col
lege there. Miss Kihs has been
employed as teacher in the mux
City school for the ensuing year.
Boyers Hosts
To Met oy Folks
iirnv Jnn? 19 A large
group of friends s were guests at
the home or Mr.; ana mr.
Boyer Monday evening in honor
I a tr and um Wlmef Borer who
IV A. Jni . - s - -
are missionaries in nortnenx ai-
rtca and have not reen oume
five years. ; ,
ur Filmpr Bover showed pic-
tores of interest 'and gave many
interesting talks ? on tne peopie
and customs ot Africa.
PARIS, June l (AP) "Par
ty E" of American Goia btar
mothers and widows will leavtf
here tomorrow to sail ior uw
United States on Uhe America In
I the afternoon.
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