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Silverton Bakery is to Change Hands on November 1
Hie OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, October $, 1930
R. A. Fish is new Owner of
Shop Where he has
SILVERTON, Oct. 7 Sale of
the Silverton bakery ya an
nounced here today wheti it was
Irarned that R. A. Fish had pur
chased the plant from J. P. Feil
an. Mr. Feilan has owned and oper
ated the bakery for the past three
or four years and Mr. Fish has
been associated with him for the
past year. The new owner will
take possession. Novembere 1.
Mr. Fish and his family will
move to the apartment in the
Worden building over the bak
ery which has been occupied by
Mr. Feilan and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Feilan and
daughter will go by motor to
Texas in the hope that the
change of climate will benefit
Mr. Feilan's health.
'That Horrid Car!'
Said Topsy, the pap,
And Then Fainted
WEST SALEM, Oct. 7.
Topsy N., a Boston terrier,
who makes her home at the
west end of the inter-county
bridge, narrowly escaped los
ing her life recently in a
Topsy, who is old enough
to know better disputed the
right of way with a speed
ing motori't and as might
have been pp;--tel, the
pedestrian got the worst of
Her mistress ran out and
retjii-ved the apparently
life'.rss body of the little
dog. Finding no wounds or
broken bones she decided
that Topsy had only fainted
and after repeatedly dash
ing water in her face the
victim regained conscious
ness. She was rushed to Dr.
V. G. Moorehouse's veteri
nary hospital on South Com
mercial street where she re
ceived professional treat
ment. She is now at home where
she is still suffering from
shock and seems unable to
travel in a straight line, but
is improving as rapidly as
could be expected. Her fa
cial expression however indi
cates that she lias lost all
faith, in human nature.
Missionary Society Open
Meeting Proves Enjoy
JEFFERSON, Oct. 7. The Mis
sionary society of the Christian
church met Friday evening in
the church parlors. The society
meets twice year for a night
meeting, in order that the men
folks can attend.
Mrs. Tandy, the president, con
ducted the business se sion. after
which a memorial service was
held for the late" Mrs. W., H. Gil
mour. who was a faithful mem
ber of the society.
This was followed by the wor
ship period, under the leadership
of Mrs. Guy Aupperle. The topic
bein. "Remembering the Past,
Build for the Future." The scrip
ture was Philippians 3:12-16.
Mrs. Robert Terhune had charge
of the program and gave a very
instructive map talk on "Anchor
ing at Jamaica."
Other numbers of the program
were a piano sola by Miss Dur
lee: a reading. "Little Boy Blue,"
y Mrs. Gatchell; recitations were
given by Mickey and Burton
Thurston. Miss Genevieve Wied
was pianist for the evening. The
program was followed by a social
hour, during which refreshments
were served. The decorations
about the room and also the re
freshments were In keeping with
a tropical climate. There were 4 7
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Church and Sunday School
Groups Enjoy Exercises
Fall Plowing Underway in
Orchards of District
IK HE CMS
DIES ABOARD SHIP
to spei mm
John D. ("rose, missionary and
relief worker from the Near East,
will speak at 7:30 o'clock Wed
nesday night at the Church of
God, corner Hood and Cottage
streets. His message will be on
"General Missionary Work in the
Near East," and will he liberally
illustrated with facts from his
Mr. Crose served in the mis
sion fields in Beirut. Syria, for
seven years, was for two years
in Tokyo, Japan, and while there
was delegate from there to the
world Sunday school convention
Jn 1920. He was a first hand
witness of the Druse rebellion and
watched deportations of Arme
nians from Turkey. He was in
Damascus during the bombing of
recent years. lie has been en
gaged In student conference work
in Egypt, Palestine, Syria and Me
sopotamia. Invitation Is extended to all
peoples of the Near East, and es
pecially the Arabic - speaking
groups, to attend the leeture tonight.
ROSEDALE, Oct. 7 An en
jovable Rally Day program was
held at the Rosedale church on i
The church was beautifully
decorated with fall flowers and
a good program arranged. The
attendance was about 65.
The usual monthly missionary
talk was given by Miss Helen
Cammack concerning the new
work in La Paz, Bolivia. All
marched around and dropped
their offering into an Imitation
hut of the Amyra Indians, which
Miss Cammack had prepared.
The intermediate Sunday
school class held a meeting at
the church Friday evening after
practicing for Ralry day. They
played various games and enjoy
ed refreshments prepared by the
Mrs. Braut, who resides near
Albany visited her niece, Mrs. E.
B. Stroud on Monday.
Our teachers, Mrs. Caldwell
and Miss Mamie Bostrack are at
tending the teachers institute in
W. E. Crozer and ' family of
Newberg, visited at the Albert
Bates home Sunday.
The Red Hills birthday club
met at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Willard Campbell Friday eve
ning. Very enjoyable Rally day ex
ercises were held at the1 church
ette hare recently moved to
Brooks wher they have leased
the Loomii place. They have
been residents of the Ellis Pal
mer frome for the past two years.
Joe Meitoff, formerly of Clear
lake bought this place, remodel
ed the house and the family is
now settled here.
Ben Larkins and family who
have bees living on the Bert Last month Mr. and Mra. For
Jones property in Mission Bot- an leased the property of the late
torn have moved to the Lafe Ulysses Loron. The children of
Townsend farm on the Garden this family are now enrolled at
Road. I the Waconda school.
Mrs. Dean Curtis passed away
Sunday evening on President
Jackson steamship, according to
telegram received here by her
mother-in-law, Mrs. Addie Cur
tis. Mrs. Deane Ourtis was a beau
ty operator on the ship, which was
n its return trip and almost to
Honolulu when the wireless sent
out word of her death. No par
ticulars have been received. Mrs.
Addie Curtis had received recent
ly a letter from her in which she
spoke of good health and her anx
iotisness to get to San Francisco,
where her husband, Deane Cur
tis. ha3 been in a hospital suffer
ing from a heart attack.
Mrs. Curtis has also received
word that her son's condition is
considerably improved, though he
has not yet left the .hospital
The President Jackson will not
dock at San Francisco until Octo
ber IS, affd until that time noth
ing further will be learned of Mrs.
SALEM HEIGHTS, Oct. 7
The Ladies of Salem Heights will
sponsor a reception for the grade
school teachers on Thursday ev
ening of this week.
The reception will be held In
the new Salem Heights school
building and will be featured by
a musical program. Miss Jose
phine Albert will sing and there
will be orchestra selections.
All parents and others who are
interested in school activities are
urged to attend and welcome the
teachers of the district.
MIDDLE GROVE, Oct. 7.
Nine members of the Middle
Grove intermediate senior league
were present at the Marion Union
C. E. convention Saturday. Five
of the members attended nearly
all of the sessions beginning on
October 3 and ending October 5.
A trophy was awarded to the
society for having the largest :t
tendance throughout the conven
tion, according to its size and the
miles it traveled to be present.
The Middle Grove society ex
presses its sincere thanks and ap
preciation to the Turner society
for such royal entertainment.
Juanita and Norman McCallis
ter, Roberta and Cecil Bartruff,
Jay McCarthy, Lola, Esther and
Earl Hammer, Martha Baseley,
and Katherine Scharf were the
young people who attended.
ROBERTS, Oct. 7 Mrs. Pris
cilla Julien and twt children.
Miss Fern Hobbs and Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Hobbs all of Port
land were Sunday visitors with
Mr.t and Mrs. Roy Rice.
W. C. Pettyjohn. Gordon Bow
man, George and Raymond Hig
gins went on a hunting trip near
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bressler
moved Saturday from their farm
on the Willamette river to their
home in Roberts for the winter.
Miss Amy Martin and Miss
Jessie Martin of Salem were vis
itors with Mrs. Alice Coolidge
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Henderson
and Miss Eleanor Henderson of
Salem and Mrs. A. Ferris of Los
Angeles visited at the H. B. Car
penter home Sunday.
Roy Rice is building a garage
north of his house.
Frank Grant of Harlan, Ore
gon, who has been in a Salem
hospital came Saturday'toirtayia
few days with his uncle and aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Bro4n. HUH
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Grant visited him there Sunday.
Mrs. Elizabeth Lamb of Salem
spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs.
Alice Coolidge and sister, Flora
Mrs. S. C. Davenport went Sat
j urday to Portland to spend a
' few days visiting relatives.
Mrs. Esther Query is staying
in Salem with Mrs. Bud Stutes
man while Mrs. Stutesman is
convalescing from her recent se
Mrs. Paul Stillnran of Prine
ville, Oregon, .came Saturday to
visit Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Minch.
She will return Wednesday.
Mrs. Inez Wilson, who recent
ly lost her husband, in an acci
dent near Eugene spent from
Friday until Monday with Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Minch. Mrs. An
gelina Minch accompanied her
home and will remain for a short
time with her.
Fall plowing started last week
on the Roberts hop farm, prepar
ing for planting the field north
'of the filbert orchard.
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Minch of
Blodgett, Oregon, visited Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Minch from Friday
ROBBERS GET 4
RICKREALL, Oct. 7 T h e
Rickreall merchandise store was
robbed Friday night. Four dol
lars that was taken out of the
till was all that was fOund miss
ing. Mr. Price, owner, said that
the thief crowded through one of
the rear windows that was out.
The owner suspected a tramp
that was hanging around this vi
cinity for a day or two.
J i -JIS
WACONDA, Oct. 7 There
seems to have been a 'general
movement' in this vicinity of late.
Many families some of them old
residents here, and much esteem
ed, have left, while others have
Mr. and Mrs. Savage who own
ed and operated the store at Wa
conda for the past 20 years or
more are now living In Salem.
The store is now owned by Mr.
and Mrs. Campbell of Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barker and
daughters Lona Mae and Jean-
If HUTU FOLK
MONMOUTH, Oct. 7 The
Junior high school students enjoy
ed the first party of the season
Friday night in the Oregon Nor
mal school gymnasium, sponsor
ed by the instructors, Miss Phoe
be Butler, Miss Florencee Beards
ley and Mrs. Rose Pence. Decor
ations of autumn leaves and crepe
paper were lavishly famished and
arranged by the students, which
comprise the seventh, eighth and
ninth grades. Games, and sev
eral feature songs and dances
provided entertainment, with sea
sonal refreshments as a fitting
climax to the evening's fun.
A reception was given Friday
night at Monmouth high school
gymnasium to the sophomore
class by the Juniors and seniors.
An elaborate program of Initia
tion was prepared and carried
out, followed by games and an
interesting program. Faculty
members in attendance were
Principal F. M. Roth, Mith Edith
Clark, A. B. PatQhin and S. P..
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