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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem. Oregon, Salnrday Morning, July 5, 1930
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Christian . Church Societies
Accomplish Much in :
. - - Year -
TURNER, , July 3 The Wom
. an V missionary .society of the
Christian churches of Oregon
held its annual session here Wed
nesday afternoon, opening with
devotions led by Mrs. .Loretta
May of Salem.'
Fallowing this was the annual
address of the president, Mrs.
Thomas - Bailey of Eugene, in
wnicb was given much Inspira
tion as well as thought to the
An earnest lea was made for
the better support of the mis-.
- slonarr work.
Superintendent of Young Peo
ple's society. Mrs. R. M. Day, of
Eugene, reported that she and
Mrs. Bailey had visited 49 circles
and had found much encourage
ment aftng the lines of work. One
of the discouraging features was
lack, of consecrated leadership.
The report of the secretray.
Mrs. B. F. Shoemaker of Salem.
showed much work had been
done.' The treasurer Miss Anna
Nissen reported the financial part
as well taken care or and with
"nearly 30v In the treasury when
the Teafg' books were closed.
A group ot young people under
the direction of Mrs. R. M. Day.
formed a - "Worker's Pageant"
first conducting the memorial
service. A solo ' Only Kemem
ber" wai"" siren by Do Lillian Ol
son of Eugene. The list of the
names ot deceased members of
the missionary society was read
The names of farmer mission
aries were read and those pres
ent . were Introduced from the
t The parents of missionaries
were recognized as were other
near relatives. Three missionar
ies home on furlough were in
troduced: Miss Gertrude Shoe
maker, her chosen field is Africa,
her home is in Salem; Elmer and
Patricia Boyer whose work is
also in Africa; and: Miss Edith
Bberle whose mission field is in
the Philippine Islands. A poem,
ur Task" was given and a solo
"Speed Away" by Miss Uldine
Gatea of Idaho. National officers
present were Edith Ererly, Mrs. I The Ladles' Guild of the Amer
R. M. Day and George A. Miller. I lean Lutheran church will meet
Missionary address 'was giv
en by Miss Gertrude Shoemaker.
She brought greetings from her
African friends and said she was
Indeed glad to be home and that
her heart and Interests were In
bath continents. She first told of
their new school of "Higher
Learning" which waa established
fire years ago and why the need
tor sueh an Institution. There
are six stations at the present
time in Central Africa. The first
missionary work was done 50
years ago. Native leaders are
trained through this added education-
and are taking some ot the
responsibility in teaching and
preaching and helping with the
work generally. Students there
axe taught that disease. Is tfot
caused by evil spirits but thereto
a great and good spirit that will
help them do right. The old
testament hag not been transla
ted yery long. The schools do
wonders for the women, who are
backward and are not expected
to take their places with the men
socially or in an educational way.
sura. . uay mentioned the pray-
Cr Chapel that lS belnx built bV
the women Of the Church, in con-
aaeerJoBi with th now rv.i.ti.. I
aanrch temple under Construe-I
HOB In Washington, D. C. MISS I
" - me , rait-
Vnt unit ..,t,i.n v. mvi. I
2." -TT-." .v-"'"6" v lUD
ne iirst missionaries to do real
Work went In 18SS. Blblea ara
annreelated hw tha nttml. h.
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sew nave tnen. She said.
New Offlcera are Mrs. Thomas I
ey, president; Mrs. R. M. Day I
a"""s vwuiv Buueriaienaeni I
IfrsB. F. Shoemaker, Secretary;
Miss Anna Nissen. treasurer . The
installation of officers and pray-
v r " . .. I
bj ncT. uvvri a. MUier.
CANTON-(AP)As ona way
ot reducing trade In contraband
ironi suru cnina. tna I'iBtnn
provineia government ' forbade
Importation of coffins which
were not sublecr to rastoma
- af edHwtwda VI iaUdW eVUiA AAeVT
i PASTOR HERE
Iv. & Lewis notrnda, pastor of
the Kmmannel Full v: Gospel
i djmrcht, who off era . om t h 1
. Mage brief a atmioa.-. Bar.
BotradaT la cotxjMnttlvely b
' to this field, lukvinc been here
onl three xaqntha.
- Week's SermcaetU
Seed of the Spiritual Birth
By C LEWIS ROUNDS -(Pastor
Emmanuel Full .Gospel Church)
- Every man, woman and child looks forward with pride and
.joy to the birthday, the greatest event In life. Everything of Im
portance dates from the first birthdays that Is natural, for with
out tbe birth; all would come to naught.
.Jest son in the spiritual: Jesus said In John J:I: Xxeept ;
.man be born, (of water and-of spirit) he cannot" enter the" king
dom of God. For an lndividaal to be born but inree Is a terrible
calamity. There are mansions being prepared.. place of -eternal"
rest and to enter into that all must be born again; no excuse will
answer on the Judgment day, John, the Baptist, said. ' "-
Now also the axe is laid onto the root of the trees." To be
born again is to become a member of the body of Christ, which
the Bible calls the church. . ?
There are some stern facts which we will face some day. In
the natural none Join the Father's family ; to become member
of tbe family each is born Into the family, and to become a mem
ber of our heavenly Father's family none join, but are born Into
the body by coming Into vital union with Jesus, and. are made
"members of his body, of his flesh and of his bones." Ephesians
S:S0. This comes through obedience to the word, the Bible and
the operation ot the Spirit of God.
Dear Reader, are you a member of the body?
Ill BIB CHURCHES
Two former local boys, sons of
Rev. Carl H. Elliott who was at
one time minister of tbe Presby
terian church here., are now both
occupying high positions la New
York churches, according t o
word received here by Joseph H.
Albert They are John Elliott,
who has Just been ordained to
the ministry, and Rer. Phillip
Parker Elliott, co-pastor of the
First Presbyterian church In New
' John attended the grade
schools here and Phillip finished
high school here tn 1J1S. -Both
are graduates of the University
of Michigan. John, whose ordin
ation sermon was preached by his
brother Phillip at Oak HI1L Ohio,
where their father Is pastor, will
be associate minister of the Cen
tral Presbyterian church In New
York City after September 1.
For Guild Meet
Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock
in the church social rooms. Host
esses for the day will be Mrs. E.
J. Coward, Mrs. R. A. "Horn, and
.roar CHtrecH of chxist,
Cfccaeketa mm Liberty it recta. Km- 1
07 Mrviea 11 .m. Sabjact, "Go."
Sudsy lYtBlar ttrvites srs elseontina-
4 aariar Jul J sad 'Attutt. 8aasy
caoTtt S:43 aa4 11 a.m. TaatiMaial
mMting- arery Waaaeadar aTaaiac at S.
Kaadiaf Hoa at aO Kaaoate Taaapla
eon free. 11 to 1:80 tiecvt Smaoart
sad aolidays. I
B3TIOHT StXaf OXXaX, I
ltk ana rarrr atreeta. H. O. StoTar. I
aUniatcr. Manias woTihin at 11. Ber- I
-"LiTiaf Far tha Bif Talags." So- I
I to, Hold tm mt iisad sncs. m.m. I
i u. A. nana a. c.yana aornco at a.
I Berrnon :Gad'i Dwallinr Placa.'
aaas." WiUaratara. SaDdav aehael at
10 a. at. o. ol Harria. Boat. ChrUtfam
KadaaTor at T:l a.at. Moathty Mia-
ionary Maetiag aad Laackaoa Wadnaa-
a . a w
TATbi. aaataa-. IUkU ackaal at S:4S.
L. Tkoratoa. Bopt Tha ar.ka.tra win
fnrk aoma apacial ..lectiona. Mora- I
i. & oi.i . -
tha Bread af Ufa." Tha chair will
iD tpecial Bomber. KeruUr aar-
Bad Daarer. Wkn Away Vraaa Howe."
. Maklaet. I
T.kaL" PraTer mettisc an Thartday 1
a.iiinV at B .leok. O. If. Thaaataa.
OLaS nDTjros hnsaiov
R. JOHVl LUTHEXAjr Ota Symod) I
. ...v ..... hUek
BOrtk of Old PeapU'a hoaia. fc W.
&, aaatar. Eacliah aarriea at t:45
at n. a auaay aeaoai.
Coraer a( Wiater sad OaawakeU
Istraetc Rer. Gro.r o. Birteh.t. Dt
nw itiri'tt i
Cr iTr.r,r,di i
M. Eamare, Bapt. Moraias wormhip xi
I a clock This storaiac wo ahau aavo tao
Oamaanloa Barriea. Samoa by P-
to.- "Kmu tka Feait. Antkein. ' Bread
rvr.riwiir. wtniaat vrrirkt. Chria-
I tima Kadaarer aaciatiea saoat at :s aua.
Eyaaiag woraip i :sv o eioes. a.t taia
aorvieo tka atlaaioBary eocioty witt pra-
rrieo Ua atlaaioaary aoeWty wUl pro-
at a abort play .-titled "MUaloaary
rithawtla." Mr. aad Mrs. Balph Beott
ill . Taa maa aaatkera ia.
saat a shot
to" (Kroerer), "March to 6" (Hoa
atar). hUd-week prayer service Than-
I Hay at T:S0 o'clock.
- TUTEUII. TEKTLB
All tka aerrieea af tha SoJaai BaDtirt
I mt . L.I j . . v . r , . I
Teatpio, tatar atraai aetwaam mgu aaa
T.iWlw .iTaata. Caadaeted by aVebart Ll.
Paraa. Bibla school t:45. aforaiag
preaekinc sarriea 11 o'clock. Toaac
Pappl.'i BteeUar 7 o'clock. EvaalaK
praaeaiac aerrieo 8 o'clock. Theao are
aid laakieaed Itoapal aerriccs with spa-
oial goapol atauo.
" aOTTTH BAXEat niESBS
SVaatw Caanaareial at WaaMaaioa. 10
Ojb. Baad.y aekool. Xathaa Oook. Bmp.
Special potnaMo ozoTCiaae. xmfimr
beria aar Aatl-Slaatp eaatpalfa. M
Ing woHalp ' at 11. Semoa: "Boaia
Okriatiaa Priaeivlea la tka Daclaratioa
of Iadepeaaeaco.-- Approprtato anata.
7:00 Ckristiaa Eadeavor prayor aaaotiac.
Joys aa Paacars Whoa Away
S;00 EvaaJag worakip aad
Tkmradar, S p.m. prayer
Biblo atadr, 1 Vox, 13.
' " " i aTTMatlT
Orchard Hdfhta Bead. Maradilk A,
erovos, pattor. t7t Edfcwator atreet.
Pkaaa lSde-M. Sarricco 9:43. am. Sar-
toiriea. CoBlereaee Ccbooa. Baadav
I .school :45 aoa. Larkia rica, Bapt.
Cavaav alaaital aaa) Ifariaa Btreeta.-
O. LieakaeaiBer, pa.tor. 8aady aekool
10 ta, P. . axato, Bapt. ?
aarrleas 10 a' clock. Eacliea' serHees It
mt, b. b. ucBaaoarpcr. at i
iarilla. Xr- a brother af
will proack at - both aerrieaa,
stasis ay tae akoir.
' eAflTLB TnrrTEB BBSTEXXV
Xortk lTth aad Kabraaka aroaaow : Xb
W. Biddlo, pastor, SdO 8. Wiater atreet.
Pkoaa a0SO-J. nerriees at 11 aja. and
eerrieea at 11 aJa. and
VJBV by Bow; W. M. Bio. C. E.
aMottac at t bw Topie "Joya .aad
Dearer rtra A way rrtrm JEa,- 3Cxa.laad Batarday er.alsrs at I a. Spo
He lea yanigaa. icaaar. auaweea aarncci:
praytx aaa jjiojo iiou, f - .
Mrs. A. Jess.
The program will include a pi
ano: selection by Margaret Clare
and riolln numbers by Nellie Har.
rington. Georgia Harrington will
accompany the violinist
Oi Schools Held
WACONDA, July 4 Fourteen
members of the Kldridge Sunday
school present at the Hayesrille
district convention .here Sunday.
Mrs. Ray Barker and Miss Ruth
Palmer took part In the program.
At noon a basket dinner was en- I
Joyed with other members of dif
Her. P. W. Erlksen, pastor of I
the American Lutheran church, I
announces that no evening aer-1
vices will be held during the I
months of July and August. The I
Luther League will meet at 7
o'clock each Sunday evenings dur
ing the two months.
JEFFERSON. July 4 Rer. D. I
George Cole, pastor of the local I
Methodist chureh. received re-ao-
oolntment to the charge for an- I
other Tear, at the session of the I
Oregon conference, which con- I
vened at Astoria last week.
chvxcr or teb xaxAxzn
0 block miU ml Crater mm ISth
1 treat. Inlir irli 1 at S:S a-aL V.
If. Litvillar, flopt. 8peUl stasia hr
tha Jobs Frieien beys, Horsing warship
tt 11. If Us Adasts el ScattW, Wash.
will eevpr aolpit toth aMraiac aal r-
amiac Tfca auxa4 aaaxtat will aiag.
Tiu( Faople'a ataatia at T:00 wjm.
walea will he Kiailaurr rviea,
Hrc C. If. LltwUIsr, Jaalar ivptrrlsor,
wui BMt wlta tha aaittraa at tba (
koar. ErnrliLtio aarrtea at S at which
timm tha ClySa Hatfar lamily win afac
Mid-vaak sarrieas: Prmyar ataatlas WaaV
aaadsT 8:00. Taasc Ptopla's prsTtr
Btaattag maay at s:oo.
rams kemoimax, bc. . commtoitx J
JZr EdVf 7?w.urSw!i:
lteaWanea.S7 Edgawatar straak I
Paaaa lBSV-M. Ilai ilnaa II la m a
s mjm. Samoa tavtaa: Coafonaaa I
" aio - auavaa m i
tan wui aiaa; ai aAaaTTica. sra.
Ku rm.ua and If HiMu Tm
aea win line at avaataf Berried. Baa-I
"7 mtrnwA :45 mjmu Waalay Warraa.
Bij. Btady Wadaaday a V
Bapt. xaaac . Faoala's Bi tiara 7 m.m. I
Can tar aad Liberty rtreatf. Euliday I
caoai :aa m.m. r. b. near, trap, i
Xaraiag wan kip mi 11. a eouinnioa
aarriea with Rot. W. OL Xaataer vraaek-
taf. Vre. Jolia Bania, aaiaist. Ko it-
SSS Court .treat. C 8. JahaaoB. maa-
tor. Saaday achoal at t bjb. 8arriea
at 1 .ad S a.at. Jr. Ck.aar af T.
hath. Wis., will apeak at both aarvleaa.
I htaatiagtr TmaUay. Tkaraday aad Eatar-
i aay aTamiaca.
Caraar HifbJaad sad Oharea. Idrar
I p. siaia. vaatar. Bibu school to e-s.
swps. vmum io au
I mrmt. htarainr wormhip 11 aau Baraiaa
I ..Meet: ''Ifaalfatt Clow." Zvaaiar
oarrleo 8:00 a Sahjoet: "Wsteh sad
1 1 w..- n i
lag Tkaraday S pa.
Blfa and Caatar .treat . D. J. Howa.
mJ7Zl VSa Kaith
I M" t1101- . Orrino J. Hall.
junooaeo 1020 nana n later,
Worakia. Tka Lord's Sapper fol
lowed by semea ky tka patter. 8 po
ll al stamio by tfeo ckotr aaaer too
raettoa of Prof. K. W. Ho boos. Tkera
wiU ho bo eve alas sorrlco bat an tko
amain i a are arced to attead tha eioeiax
Baaaiaa af tba atato coayaatioa at Ter
ser. ICid-week te rrieo Wodaoaday
rehear tal Tkonday
Charch atreet betwaea Ckomeketa aad
Oeater. Rev. P. W. Krikaea, waator.
10:45 'What Ia tka TJapardeaabla BiaV
BDoeial aiaaie. Bandar achaol at S:45.
afaa u. hiker, Bapt. bather Larne at
T p dariag tko anauaar. Ko oroalag
aerrieo- dariag tha aaootha of July aad
Wllliaai H. Bebint. paator. 149 Kartk
Liberty atreet. Pkoaa 1854. Berrieei as
aaaal Lord's Dor. Bible aekool at S:4V
1 Prod Broor, Bapt. Maniac worAip at
1 11 wHk erwon by tko pastor.
"Tko Cbriatiaa'a Hoaiafoias.'
pja. the paator will apeak to ehareh aaeaa-
bera aaa friaada oa FJaaa ror tbo
Work." Tko roac aoopia's orgaaisa
tioaa wUl Stoat ia their reepeetivo roaaas
aft V aja. At S tko oroaias araareluti.
aerriea will keaia, praeodod by a roaiiag
aerrieo la caarra at araa Jtroor.
Tha aoator will beria a eeriee ot atri.nr
this fiaadtr areaiaa oa the sabloet "Tha
Cria. af Calrarr.1 Tka aiaeial Vab-
Jeet will be "The Crr ml iHTiaa ror
rireaeaa." Little MisM atariori aad
Vathiooa Broor wOl eiar a daai. Seleo.
tioaa kr tko arekeetra aad Wr. . w4-
aotday Tsolat; Bible lectara ea - Jta
I aisas aa regaur prayer aaa praise ser
- TiAfAa-rrwT. rrrri ooaptf.
War 17tk aad Ckoaukcta ttract. C.
Lawia Boaads. vaatar. 1785 H BUto
tro4t,-Pkf? eoS-M.-. Berricea Eaaday
at 11 ulI Bad a rnja. Booeial serricea
I by KraarelUfB. tTl7r8aaa. " flpocial
I aaaie br Mr. aad Mrs. BoweUoa Gaitar.
I Week-day aerrieaa - Taeeday, Tharaday
I ciai ofiort will close with tko Saaday er
i mm? aninag.
Sunday ehurch services over
the radio may be heard tomorrow
9:SS KOA. . Denver, Central
Presbyterian chuTCh. .
10:00 KFOX, Lbng Beach, An-
geles Abbey organ recital.
10:60 KFI. Los Angeles. Third
church of Christ, Scientist.
11:00 KHQ, ' Spokane, Central
KFOX. Long Beach, St. Luke's
KHJ, Los Angeles, First Meth
11:1 6 KOMO. Seattle, P 1 y-
mouth Congregational church.
12:00 KGW and other NBCsta-
totns, National Sunday forum.
12:30 KHJ. Los Angeles and
other CBS stations, .Cathedral
1:00 KJR, Seattle, Emmanuel
KSL, Salt Lake city, L. ,D. 8.
services from tabernacle. "
2:00 KGW and other NBC sta
tions. Catholic boor,
S:00 KHQ, Spokane,
Yesterday was a great day for
the 80 Inmates of the state ln-
dustrlal school for girls thanks
to Mrs. Clara Patterson, superin
tendent. The day started off with
flag raising ceremonies, after
which the girls were allowed the
freedom of the tennis courts, and
baseball grounds and the lawns.
At noon a bounteous luncheon
was served under the large ahade
trees at the rear of the institu-
tion. Among the guests at the
dinner were Secretary of State
and Mrs. Hal E. Hoss,
Following the dinner there
was a program of sports, Includ
ing races, baseball game and oth
er events. Dancing on the tennis
court followed until night At six
o'clock the girls were treated to
a luncheon, with Ice cream, can
dy and other trimmings.
Mrs. Patterson provided prizes
for the winners of the athletic
events. The potato race and
cracker eating contest especially
At tne state penitentiary the
Fourth of July program Included
a coxing cara, xoiiowea Dy a nase-
ball game between two picked
teams. A special dinner was
served at noon.
The holiday also was observed
at other state Institutions.
Homer B. Barber, resident of
West 8alem for the past seven
years, died at his home at 1516
Sixth street there Friday at the
age of 79 years and five months.
Funeral services will be held
Monday morning at 10:10 o'clock
at tne Terwilliger funeral home,
t,. v . . txt.., e.im
. a. vw. v& wu
and Rev. F. L. Cannell of Amity
oinclatlng. interment will be In
Mr. BUDer IS survived by his
iwldow. Lena Barber, a daughter.
w - n.wi. ov , mrA a h v . .
grandchildren, all ot West Sa-
item; a brother, Joseph Barber,
Ralem real estate man: and aal
fra TJhh floh.f,, a Unwa
Church To Have
CLEAR LAKE Regular quar-
I ter1 Communion Services Will be
I observed in the Evangelical
i cnurch here Sunday, with Rev.
In o e.i .
I w """"i paotwr, in
I Charge. He Will preach at the
lmArat v. mn,. i,.. -i
of Church Membership.1
Sunday school will be held as
I usual at IV o'cmcjc aad E. U
I C. E. wlQ convene at 7 1 IB o'clock.
i M Amino wnrahln hnnv fa 11-AA
HOMED E. BARBER
' SERVICES MBY
After a Holiday Take a Holiday.
We are ready to tenre you with
Res, (kes, Cobldes
Other Bakery Products
On Sale at All Groceries
The Salem Bakery
445 liwnt Street
Water not $afe for Bathing
- Unless Drinkable, too,
Apparent extended visit of
warm weather, with its attendant
urge fdr the, swimming pool,
makes the current bulletin from
he state board of health particu
larly timely. "Swimming to un
questionably one of the most de
lightful and healthful of exercises
and should be encouraged la ev
ery way," says the bulletin, but
adding that - the problems of
where to swim should be given
The Willamette, river below
Cottage Grove for the greater part
is polluted which makes swim
ming unsafe there, and In other
waters frequented by . bathers
there is some danger. The health
board offers the following sug
gestions helpful In determining
the probable safety of a swimming
Always remember that a water
is not safe to swim in uriless it is
safe to drink;
Don't place confidence in the
appearance of the water. A water
jjmajr look perfectly clear and still
oe grossjypouuiea. -
ray particular attention to me
ocatlon of the lake or stream and
its drainage. What are the possi
bilities of pollution from cot
tages? Are there streams running
into the body of water in which
you Intend to swim, and If so do
they contain water of known pur
ity or may they be polluted by
drainage from the territory
through which they run? In addi
tion to having safe water the
swimmer should safeguard him
self to a number of other points.
Never go into deep water far
from shore unless a good swimmer
or boat accompanies you. A se
vere cramp will' drown the very
Do not go in bathing until one
hour and a half, preferably two
hours, after eating.
If over-heated, cool off gradu
ally before entering the water.
Never dive Into water without
first determining Its depth and
the possible presence of rocks or
' Do not over-expose yourself to
the sun. Take only a few mln
utef at a time in the sun until af
ter you have developed a protec
tive coat of tan.
DIES AT ABE OF 63
SILVERTON, July 4 (Spe
cial) Charles Lee Shepherd, who
was born In SHverton In 1867 and
has made his home here all his
life, died here late : Thursday
night. He had been bothered by
heart trouble for ten years. He
was a aon of F. M. Shepherd, one
of Silverton's earliest pioneers.
Funeral services will be Satur
day afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at
tne Jack and Eiman cnapei, wltb
Rev. W. O. Livingston In charge.
Interment will be in the Miller
Mr. Sbephert is survived by his
widow, Mrs. Lela Shepherd, and
three children, Mrs. Bessie Brack
n and Francis Shepherd of SI1
verton and Miss Hasel Shepherd
of Salem, and the following broth-
era and sisters:
Franklin, James, Andrew and
Fiord Shepherd, all ot Scotta
Mills: Mrs. Ida Rolles and Mrs.
Ellis Hickox of Portland; Mrs.
Nettie McCowan of Compton,
Calif., and Mrs. Kate Morley of
Wagon Is Stolen
It was a grand Fourth, agrees
(. small crippled boy who spent
last night at the celebration at
the state fairgrounds. And the
fifth will be Just as grand If some
one who walked away with his
wagon will bring It back to the E.
E. Wiggins home at 945 Norway
atreet. he says.
The wagon is the only means of
transportation the cripple has.
and naturally theft ot it la no
Joy to him.
Raising of sweet potatoes Is in
creasing steadily in Texas.
iJ - ' J- - .
Scout Walter Schloas, of Troop t
One of Flushing, L. L, presenting-
the American and the Boy
Scout flag to Count Felix' von
Luekner. famous war raider, on
By OLIVE M. DOAK
Todav "Trigger Trip)tt,"
Today "The Fighting Le-
gion," Ken Maynard.
Today "With Byrd at the
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paying $10 and $20 per week for disability as specified -ui ; the
policy, $7.50 per week hospital benefits, up to $100 emergericj
benefits and from $1,000 to $1 0,000 for death, as specified in
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board the Mopelia. On the
of the Count is Charles C
b. the millionaire who made
the gift ef the flag. The
Uope&a will sail with 60 sons ef
millionaires on a. world cruise..
Three hundred and thirty
three women and girls applied
for positions In Jane through the
employment department of the
local Y. W. C. A., according to
the monthly report of Mrs. Lou
ise Wagstaff, secretary In charge,
of this work. This number Is
the greatest to seek Jobs In any
month that the books show.
Eighty-eight calls for help
came to the office, with 14 per
sons cent to Jobs. Of positions
filled, 51 are permanent and SS
the Protection Offered by
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Senator Charles Hall of Marsh-. ,
field, whoNras one of the conten- ;
ders in the recent republican prt-.
maries, is re-entering" business In ; '
Marshfleld. r Mr. Hall has been, r -i,
active in s Industrial i promotion,
haTlng operated In the telephone -field
and In the chain banking
fleld. -The Marshfleld , News has
tie following to ssy about Hall
new- promotion: vs:".k-' "
"Incorporation papers hare Just
been Issued at Salem to. the .West -ern
-Discount corporation, with j
officea , atlJIarshfleldand Port
land, and capitalized .at 30,003
shares all told. Of this 20,00
will be common; of no, par Taloe,
and 10.000 . will " be' six percent;'
preferred value at 125. -
- "The central figure In the'
new Tenture la Senator -Charles
Hall, and those kwown to be In
terested withhim Include A. Q
Peterson, a Portland capitalist.
Dr. Dean Osborn of Marshfleld, G.
O. Muhle, tertifled - public ae-
coontant, and Keith J!. Hall.
recent graduate of the University
of Oregon, where' ha specialized
In the study of business adminis- .
traUon. A meeting of the incor-
porators for the election of
directors 'will be held sometiroeTj ,
next week. : - s v . f '
"It Is the Intention of the new
company to . assist, smair timbeti ;
concerns . and. Industries generally
to market their product and meet
financial require meats witnoux
too much, delay," ;. ", ' ; ,.
Mrs. Otto P." Maier; whfo'-cor-r .
ducted a grocery store on'Nortn,
Commercial street for 11 year
until she sold It a year or so ap,
left Salem yesterday for Boston,
from where she will sail for an
extended trip through European
countries. Her son Roy, a student .
at Mt. Angel college, is accom
panying Mrs. Mater. While !
Germany they will go to Oberam
mergau to witness the famor-g
Passion Play. Her people lire im
Germany. . . ;