The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, November 09, 1930, Page 9, Image 9

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    TO OREGON STATESMAN. Saltn. Oregon, Sunday Morning. Worembtr t, 1330
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Liberty Club Has
Full Program
Liberty. The Liberty Wom
an's club met at the Community
ball Friday afternoon for their
regular November meeting.
Daring the business meeting
the committee on the distribu
tion of the prune receipe book
let ears a splendid report about
the Tarious means that ' hare
been used to farther the sale and
distribution of these booklets. It
was roted to send complimentary
copies to Wm. E. North presi
dent of the Oregon commercial
secretaries' association to be dis
tributed to the rarious chambers
of f commerce throughout the
state.
The club also voted to take?
out a membership in the Marion
county health association and to
send resolutions to the county
court urging their support of a
permanent health unit In this
county, s
The program for the day- was
on the subject of gardening and
papers were read by Mrs. C. W.
Stacey on Spring Gardening and
by Mrs. W. R. Dallas on Fall
Gardening.
It was roted to bare a special
meeting of the club at the hall
Thursday afternoon, November
20.
Refreshments were served by
the hostesses. Mrs. W. J. Fair,
Mrs. R. A. Erixson and Mrs. W.
R. Dallas.
Those present were Mesdames
V. W. Weetenhouse, C. W. Sta
cey, L. C. Brotherton, Mary See
gar. P. G. Judd, W. J. Fair. R.
A. Erixson, F. L. Scott, N. E.
Gunnell, Harold Lane, Wm. Zo
sel, W. R. Dallas, Al Brown and
Bruce Cunniagham.i j h .
Mr. and Mrs. Wk Dl ! Olden 1 ac
companied by their son, W. H.
Olden, and family spent Thurs
day in Portland.
Mrs. Adams Heads
Silver Bell Circle
An attractive evening was that
In which members of the Silver
Bell circle elected officers for
the coming year Friday night at
Fraternal temple and later en
tertained with a social hour for
members of the W. O. W.
Officers elected were Alice
Adams, P. G. N.; Lettie M. Han
sen. , G. N.; Myrtle B. Walker,
advisor; Cora -May Smith, musi
cian; Jennie Shelton, clerk;
Dorothy McDowell, banker; Pearl
F. Bairey, Eliza J. Darling. Hat
tie Kennen, managers; Lillie
Watkins, attendant; Jennie Fer
guson, captain of guards; Dor
othy Stafford, flag bearer;, Delia
June Wallace, Inner sentry; Roy
V. Shelton. outer sentry; Nan
Lou Pettyjohn, press correspond
ent; Dorothy Stafford, Junior
guard; Velma Tecson, Inner of
ficer. '
Miss Hortense Taylor of Port
land Is spending the weekend
with her sister Mrs. F. C. Lange.
Mrs. Lange entertained with a
dinner party In compliment to
Miss Taylor Saturday night.
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en guest and hostess. But the guest, on th left. Is Glenn. CoUett,
qneen of women's golf, and the hostess Is Helen Wills Moody, peer;
of all women at tennis. Scene, Mr. and Mrs. Moody's apartment la
San Francisco. 1
West Circle Holds
First Meeting
Mrs. Richard Erickson was
hostess for the first meeting of
the year for the West Circle of
Jason Lee church Thursday.
There were 35 visitors and mem
bers present. A short business
meeting was followed by an in
formal program. Piano solos
were given by Mrs. Wygant and
Miss Beulah Graham.
Four new members were tak
en into the circle, and Mrs. R. R.
Peterson was elected to the office
of secretary to , take the place
made vacant by the resignation
of Mrs. Charles K. Denison.
At the tea hour Mrs. Erickson
was assisted in serving by Mrs.
Fred Prince. Mrs. P. R. Peter
son, and Mrs. L. E. Gardner.
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Sigma Nil Delphians
To be Tea Guests
Mrs. George Rossenau will en
tertain the Delphians of Sigma
Nu chapter at her home 910
North Capitol street Monday af
ternoon. Those assisting about then
rooms will be Mrs. C. S. McEl
hinney. Mrs. George M. King.
Mrs. J. E. Tryon. Mrs. V. S.
Page. Mrs. L. L. Nelson and Mrs.
Guy O. Smith.
Macleay Mrs. H. Bartels was
hostess to the members of the
4-M club at an all day meeting
Wednesday.
At noon the members were
seated at a long table centered by
a bouquet of carnations, chrysan
themums and greenery presented
to Mrs. Bartels for the occasion
by her daughter. Miss Ida Bar
tels of Albany. In the afternoon
a short business session was held
after which a program, and a social
time was enjoyed.
A paper on "Woman In Poll
tics" was read by Orean Baker,
a group of accordion solos by H.
Bartels, readings by Mrs. H. E.
Martin. Mrs. Arthur Spilbrink, J.
Tekenbure;. Mrs. J. Palton and
Mrs. A. Mader. both visitors, each
gave1 a short talk.
The next meeting will be neia
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Tekenbur; and will be in the na
ture of a Christmas party.
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Monmouth A pleasant family
reunion was held Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Hef-
fly. Guests were Misses Florence
and Josephine Heffly, Portland
teachers. Mrs. Martha Ellis and
son. Darid. of Portland; and Mrs.
Velma V. Smith of Monmouth and
sons Donald and Maurice; Mrs.
Miles Hendricks of MeMinnvllle, a
sister of Mrs. Heffly. A one o'clock
dinner was served, and several
friends called during the after
noon.
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Monmouth Mrs. A. F. Cour
ter and Mrs. F. M. Roth were
hostesses to the Social Hour club
Wednesday afternoon at the for
mer's borne. Mrs. J. B. V. But
ler and Mrs. II. W. Morlan had
charge of the program which feat
ured Interesting resumes of the
lives of famous women of this
century.
A large number of members
and guests enjoyed the meeting,
which was the third held by this
organization this year. Refresh
ments were served as -a pleasant
climax to the afternoon's pleas
ure. .
Liberty Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Gilbert entertained with a delight
ful Hallowe'en party last Satur
day evening In honor of Members
of Mrs. Gilbert's family. Oui of
town guests for the occasion were:
Mr. and Mrs. J. Asbahr and daugh
ter, Helen of Hillsboro. Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Asbahr and family of
Corvallls, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Denny and family of Beaverton,
and Erwla Asbahr of Portland,
Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Macdon-
ald havsr named their young son
Thomas Char las Macdonald. This
yeans; saan .was born November
S in Salem General hospital,
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i Breakfast
f Grapefruit
Oraham Cakea Syrop
BroitH Saasage Coffea
I Dinner
Baked ChErken 8a Tory Drrasiac
Mashed Potatoes Giblet Gravy
i Creamed Onion a
Breid Current Jelly
Head Lettuce and French Dreasinc
Apple Pit Coffea
! Sapner
Cheese Relish Sandwickal
Hot Chocolate
Frnit Cookies
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Graham Cakes
1 cap floor
1 rap rrabam floor
S teaspoons bnkinr powder
V teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons angar
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1 cap milk
tablespoon fat, melted
Mix ingredients and beat 2
minutes.; Drop tablespoonful
onto hot. greased griddle. Cook
nntll well browned. Serve hot.
Savory Dressing, For Fowls
4 enpa bread c rumba
1 slice bacon, cut fina
34 teaspoon aaU
Vi tea spoon paprika
S tablespaona chopped eelerjr
1 tablespoon chopped parsley
1 tablespoon chopped enioa
1 Ct 1
4 tablespoons butter, melted
1 tablespoon bat milk
Lightly mix ingredients with
fork. Stuff the fowl.
Fruit Cookies (Frosted) 4 Dczrn
1 cap fat (half antter)
3 raps dkrk brown gorar
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5 tablespoons sour cream
I teaspoon Tanilla
teaspoon aalt
S teaspoons cinnamon
1 teaspoon eloTea
1 teaspoon nntmef
1 cap chopped dates
rap chopped raisin
V4 cap ants
cups floor
1 teaspoon eoda
Cream fat and sugar. Add
rest of ingredients and shape Into
2 rolls. 2 Inches in diameter.
Chill. Cut off thin slices and
bake. When cool frost with any
white Icing.
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Orchard Heights. Herman
Fry and Miss Frances Chambers
of Salem were quietly married
Monday in Salem. Friday eve
ning a group of friends enter
tained Informally for them. Mr.
and Mrs. Fry will make their
home in Orchard Heights.
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Urs. Grace L. Connors, widow
f William J. Connors. Sr., New
York Democratic leader (anovei,
has offered to turn bei $
09 Lsng Island mansion lrrte
ne ef tke sasat eosipUU re
search institutes I the world.
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Orchard Heights
Woman's Club Guest
Orchard Heights. Mrs. Ernest
Anderson and Mrs. Albert Bouf
fler were hostesses Thursday aft
ernoon to members of the Or
chard; Heights Woman's club at
the home of Mrs. Anderson. Mrs.
C H.I Fisher, president, presided
at the business session. The re
cently elected secretary. Mrs.
Ammon Grlctv having tendered
her resignation, Mrs. J. W. Sim
mons was elected secretary. The
club has taken np the study of
early Oregon history. Mrs. Sim-,
mons read a paper on Early In
dians, and Mrs. Fred Gibson one
on "How the Columbia river was
named."
The afternoon hours were
spent in sewing on a quilt after
which j the hostesses served delic
ious refreshments.
Nineteen club members and
several guests enjoyed the aft
ernoon. The: date of the next meeting
whiehj would normally have fall
en on November 20 has been
changed in order to allow club
members to attend a meeting on
that date of the Polk county
Federated clubs at Ballston and
the Orchard Heights club "win
meet November 18 at the Oak
Grove grange hall with Mrs.
Frank! Farmer and Mrs. O. H.
Fisher as hostesses,
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Lincoln P. T. A.
Organized
Organization of the Lincoln
Parent-Teacher association was
effected Thursday evening with
Wayne Greenwood. president,
presiding. Miss Dorothy Taylor
is vice president. ' ; ' ' ; ;
New; officers elected were Mrs.
Newcomb, secretary, and Walter
Minier; treasurer. Committee
chairman named were Mrs. Leo
Page, membership; Mrs. Harry
Belt, program; A. LIndbeck, pub
licity. The 1 association authorized a
letter to be sent to the county
court endorsing the health work
in the county. Sergeant Walter
Lansin of the state traffic force,
spoke concerning the high school
boy traffic patrol. As a special
number Kenneth Abbott sang a
group of numbers.-
The next meeting will be held
the first Thursday night in De
cember. ...
Presbyterian Women
To Meet Wednesday
Mrs. Gilbert BIrtchet will ad
dress women of the Missionary
society of the First Presbyterian
church Wednesday afternoon in
the prayer meeting room of the
church at 2:30 o'clock. She will
discuss her experience In South
America.
There will also be an annual
thank i offering program and this
will be in charge of Mrs. C. A.
Parks.! Hostesses for the after
noon Will be Mrs. Willis Moore,
Mrs. A. F. Marcus, Mrs. Henry
Millie,; Mrs. J. E. Mercer, Mrs.
Waldo Mills, Mrs. C. A. Mulkey,
Mrs. G. H. McKenzie.
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Kingwood. Miss Nina Tansey
was surprised Wednesday eve
ning by the arrival of a group of
friends and relatives who gath
ered to celebrate her birthday.
The evening was pleasantly spent
with games and musie and a
dainty luncheon was served at a
late hour.
The guest list Included Mr.
and Mrs. Ben McKinney, Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Olmsted, Misses
Ethel McKinney, Velma Woelke,
Mamie Busch, Opal Tansey, Ma
rie Tansey, Herman Busch. Vic
tor Busch, Sherman Busch. the
honor guest. Miss Nina Tansey
and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
A. Hansey.
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Mrs. Elmer Scellars entertain
ed Saturday in compliment to
her house guest Miss Templeton
from Seattle. Bridge was in play
at three tables during the after
noon with the staff of teachers
from the school for the Qeaf as
guests. Mist Templeton is a
teacher In the Washington school
for the deaf. Mrs. Evans and
Mrs. Flora Thomas assisted Mrs.
Scellars at the tea hour.
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Mr. and Mrs. George Hamilton
of Portland, are the weekend
guests of their son, Evans Ham
ilton, a student in Willamette
university.
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At
head will be Doctors
Walter
S. Coffer- ana wonn
H umber (lower) of San Fran
ciicvj Calif- whose anti-cancer
iLtareh werk has swsed
wwrld-wide Interest.
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:i SCHOOL
GREATLY IMPROVED
The Riverview school building
Isn't what it used to be, declared
Mrs. Mary L. Fnlkerson, county
school superintendent who visit
ed that school Friday. In fact.
It's much better than It used to
be, for the building has been re
modeled, a porch has been added
ta one side and provision has
been made for more light. The
superintendent was delighted to
find these changes there. Miss
Julia Query is the teacher.
Mrs. Fnlkerson has but eight
more schools to visit before she
finishes her first round of inspec
tion and visitation to' the 69
schools which she visited three
times annually. She expects to
complete the first round this
week. W. W. Fox, rual school su
pevlsor, visits the' other schools
In the county. .
On her rlslts the past week.
Mrs. Fulkerson found several In
stances where vandals at large on
Hallowe'en night did damage to
school property. At Rock Point,
the schoolhonse was entered and
a number of things stolen, and in
addition several windows in this
new building were broken. At
Hullt, the prowlers could not ov
erturn new outbuildings, so they
burned one of them up.
Improvements have been made
to the McAlpin school building,
both inside and outside. Twice as
many children as usual are en
rolled there.
The superintendent continues
to find capacity of many of the
rural schools strained, the enroll
ment is so much more heavy than
usual.
TOWffl DEB
Harry Townsend pleaded not
guilty and was committed from
justice court Saturday to the
county jail when he was unable
to furnish $1000 ball, held ne
cessary to bind him for further
hearing on the charge of illegal
possession of mash used for mak
ing liquor.
Townsend was arrested early
yesterday on the Haley hop ranch,
across the river from Indepen
dence, by Harry Hogan, state pro
hibition officer, and Walter Bar
ber and Webb Haskell, deputy
sheriffs.
Found In Townsend 'g cabin
were 100 gallons of mash, six gal
Ions of wine and two gallons of
whiskey.
Townsend disclaimed ! know!
edge of the owner of the mash,
saying he found it there when he
moved into the cabin a week ago.
Staniill Parole
Revoked Due to
Liquor Charges
Burnlce Staniill, who was par
oled from the state penitentiary
here in April after serving part of
his term for larceny, will be re
turned to the prison under the
provisions of an order issued by
Governor Norblad Saturday. Stan
fill was committed to the peni
tentiary from Clackamas county.
The parole was revoked when
word was received at the execu
tive department that Stanfill had
been arrested In Portland on a li
quor charge. He is serving 180
days in Multnomah county jail.
Friesens Take
Vacation- Trip
J. S. Friesen. manager of the
Salem Box company, and Mrs.
Friesen, will leave this week on a
vacation trip to California. Mr.
Friesen reports his plant as hav
ing operated at' full capacity
through the season in spite of the
short fruit crop. It has distrib
uted a payroll of around $2500
a month and has shipped boxes
and box shooks to many parts of
the state.
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RICKREALL. Nov. 8
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Oliver left
Tuesday on a trip to Wallowa
where they will visit with Mr.
Oliver's two brothers and, their
families there. They expect to be
rone from home about two weeks.
Before returning they will visit
another brother in Walla Walla,
Wn. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Win
ston of Monmouth are staying at
the Oliver home In their absence.
Mrs. Winston Is Mrs. Oliver's sis
ter. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Price drove
to Portland one day last week to
take Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Lucas,
tfie laters parents, to their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Lucas spent a good
part of the summer here and at
Rainrock, Ore., with their son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. K.
N. Lucas.
Those from here attending the
Annual Institute of Federated
Women's clubs of Polk county,
held at Dallas were, Mrs. H. M.
Walt, Mrs. E. A. Stenson, Mrs. N.
S. Burch. Mrs. W. C. Hill, Mrs.
F. A. Vaughan aad Mrs. T. 8.
Burch x
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Carson
motored to Portland Saturday t
be th guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Deckebach over th week
end at which Urn the wedding
anniversaries of both couples
will be observed.
Mrs. W. H. Burghardt and Miss
Alice Brown returned Wednesday
from Seattle, wher they had gone
to hear th piano concert given by
Walter Gleseking.
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Mrs. Charles Weller will en
tertain for members of the
South Division of th First Pres
byterian ehurch Monday after
noon at S o'clock.
Mrs. O. A, Wood 'has as her
awn gnest Mrs. KKty Whit of
Seattle.
LIQUOR
POSSESSION
William Blhl and Allen Sand
erson returned the last of the
week from a few days trip to Se
attle where they visited with Mr,
Sanderson's sister and friends.
A. R. Cadle attended the Ore
gon-Washington football gam In
Portland Saturday.
Claud Larkln returned the
first of the week from a trip to
the coast near Otis with several
fine salmon.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Burch and
son Harold drove to Portland
Sunday evening returning early
Monday morning. They were ac
companied by their daughter and
son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. . V. K.
Shott. who left that night tor Spo
kane. Rev. and Mrs. F. E. Fisher of
Salem were her Thursday to at
tend a meeting of the W. M. S.
of th local church.
Mrs. George Brown, only
daughter of Mr. William Palmer,
Sr.. with her husband, arrived
here this week to look after her
father who is In very poor health.
Chaplain Talks
Monday on New
Prison Trends
Rev. D. J. Howe, chaplain of
the Oregon State penitentiary
and pastor of the First Christian
church In Salem, is to speak
Monday at the chamber of com
merce discussing phases of pri
son work which were under con
sideration at the recent National
Prison congress at Louisville,
Kentucky.
Rev. Howe represented Oregon
being the only delegate from this
state.
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AGENT FOR COUNTY
Eugene Courtney, vice presi
dent and cashier of the Bank .of
Woodburn, i9 a hearty advocate
of a county agent for Marion
county. !
Courtney is chairman of the
agricultural committee of . th
Oregon Bankers association.
"My work takes me tf all sec
tions of the state and the won
derful records made by this com
mittee In competition with 47
other states during 1929, was
due largely to the support and
cooperation of county agents
throughout Oregon.'; Courtney
reports. i
"We have long been In favor
of a county agent and from the
wonderful results ' that other
counties are receiving from this
work, I am sure that Marion
county would be repaid many
times through the cooperation of
the agent and the collese." says
Courtney. He adds that he
hopes that "our county court will
see the light and give it a trial."
Deny State Aid
To Children Not
In Institutions
Approximately 75 children In
Oregon are to be deprived of
state aid until such time as they
can be placed in legally licensed
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County Objects
To Cost Claims
In Gumm Action
Yamhill county yesterday filed
in circuit court here objections to
cost bill filed by defendant in its
case against Laura T. Gumm,
condemnation proceeding heard
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Plaintiff objects to paying sev
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