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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1930)
HEAD OF CLUB
- West Salem Organization
Pleased With $571 in
. Group's Treasury
WEST SALEM. Dee. 17 Wal
ter Garth, retiring president . of
VtTest Salem's community club
expresses himself as being de
lighted with the fact that: hla ad
ministration closes with I5T1.52
ta the treasury. The tremstirer
reported at the monthly meet"
lag Monday evening that this Is
a gala of flit oyer last year's fi
nancial record and that tllS.il
had ; been expended during The
year for miscellaneous purposes.
The annual election of .ofM
j cers was held as follows: , Ray
Ferguson, president: A. R. Kel
so, vice-president; Mrs. Emmett
Dickson, secretary-treasurer; I
Mi HUL George Chapman,. Wal
ter Gerth. and Glenn Adams, di
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cosser, Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Ferguson. Mrs.
Emmett Dickson, Hiss Ada
Clarke, -Mrs. J. M. Fisher, Cart is
Ferguson and Rer. M. A. Grover
led the audience In community
singing for the opening and clos
ing numbers of the program, the
first number being ,o Little
Town of Bethlehem.' and . the
east, "Silent Night. Holy Nlghti"
Other numbers on the program
were: ylolln solo, Claudlne Gerth
Tocal . sole, Mr. Raymond : - ad
dress of the evening. "Christmas
the World Orer,- Rer. Martin
Ferrey of Salem: piano solo. Hiss
Be mice Sloper; Song, Curtis Fer
guson. Following the program, a cafe
teria luncheon was served.
CLEM MI IS
JEFFERSON". Dec. 17 Ed
ward D. Jones left for his home
in Cleveland, Ohio, Sunday. His
brother Ted accompanied him as
far as Portland.
Miss Marguerite Looney and
Miss Helen Klhs returned to
Mill City, Sunday evening, after
spending the week end with
their parents. Miss Looney and
Miss Klhs are teaching in the
Mill City school.
Claus Theissen is minus a tire
and rim off one of the rear
wheels of his Ford car, as some
one entered his garage, some
time during Friday night, " and
Miss Verna McKee- and Miss
Margaret Dale, students of Ore
gon State college, .were guests
of Miss McKee's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. McKee, Sunday after
soon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul McKee at
tended the Flrpo-Lomski prize
fight v at the auditorium in
Portland, Tuesday night.
JEFFERSON, Dec 17 The
Methodist Sunday school will
meet Sunday as usual at 10:00
o'clock, and the special members
for the assembly will be given
by the adult Bible class.
The classes are preparing a
Christmas program which will be
given next Monday night at 7:
30. A 'pageant will be given by
the little folks, with the aid of
the choir, and a reader. A tab
leau, "The Nativity," will be pre
sented by the- young people.
There will also' be special solos,
and Gilbert Spragg will play,
"The First Noel." on the bells.
After the program, a tree will be
enjoyed. Everyone is invited to
attend this program.
Sunday morning worship will
be held at 11 o'clock, - and the
pastor, D. George Cole, will
speak on the subject, "Welcome
In a Manger." He will speak at
7:30 in the evening on the sub
ject. The Hope of the Star."
Both are special Christmas sub
jects, bnt have a striking differ
ence without, contradicting.
WOODBURN", Dec. 17 The
Women's Federation ; of the
Woodborn Methodist church met
, at the church Tuesday .afternoon
for a regular meeting., which was
ander ' the . leadership of the
Women's Hone Missionary socle-
trMrs. A. E. Austin president
nf thM Federated Women, was in
-charge of tho meeting. She read
some stories from the Bible- that
were rery much enjoyed 07 those
f..nt Mm Mabel Settle eler
gave a very interesting-. book re-
vlw on ono of van wm i worn.
Mrs. V. D. Balm, accompanied
by Miss Wilma Morrison, sang a
T?AfrAhmATita were served In
the basement by Miss Ida Bren-
. . -...
nan, Mrs. netta Simmons, n.
Way Hawley, Mrs. Ada Harring
ton and Mrs- Mamie Allen.
Hi nTt meetlne. of the Fed
erated Women will be held Jan-
nary IS. -.
Small Loan to
Be Handled by
New Firm Here
. A new small loan company sl
ruiA with an of the- lanrest
Industrial loan companlee oper
ating: In the United sow nan
opened offices la tho Ktv Blfcl.
STOCK MARKET IN VIGOROUS RALLY
2 tn 1 O-PotnK r.aTn ,J
Made at Close of
NEW YORK. Dec, IT (AP)
Christmas is still a week away,
but the stock market, ted a v
much-needed gift the most rig-
vntum twuij m weeks. : -, ;
Quito uneznectedlr. a tv m
point net advance went thmnr!
the list to the wae of a further
aiscouraglng selling ware, and
shattered f confidence waa meas
urably bolstered at a most oppor
tune time. The sudden switch in
sentiment, also extended to the
The turn In stocks, came, ant of
the market' own -weakness, as is
inevitable- the case after so pro-
iraetea a decline. There was
nothing in the news to inflnenc.
the change.. Re porta that bankers
had organized . support were de
nied, but prominent - aharea en
countered good buying- on their
morning drop and some larrer
shorts becan to cover aalet.lv. By
early afternoon buying orders
wero in the majority. There was
no letup -thereafter -to the move
ment, which became a virtual
route for ; the bears. Sales reach
ed the large total of 5.055.855
shares; the best day's business
since November 10. .-
rOBnULiTD. Ora, Dee. IT (AP)
Ptaa aachaarw. .Net priaaat batter,
aftraa SS; ttaaaaraa SO; prim firsts SO.
firsts te Ess: raa axtraa SO; fraaa
POBTLAKD. Onw Dm. 17 (AP)
J rail im nftubltt. rrasa trait or
safss, nnli, pieki fSQS.aO; jaatbla
Mock. 3. AO; cnpfrait. Florida. IS.Ua
Taaas, M-t304.T5; Arisaaa,
as.ru ; nawa. a -a as. n. sj.xj; oa
aaias. ta la
iMMt Calif oral.. S5.50QS.75. , . f ;
Cabaa -iocal lle la.
CmibImu aotasasa, $1.(01.S5.
PaUtaaa Ornon Itoaetvataa. f 1.80
I.SS; laeal. tll.t5; Klamath saau.
1.60O1.TS: Yakima, tiff LSO . esatal.
Oaana Miliar prica to retailers: Ora-
gtm Xo. 1 trada. TSS vOe cental
Artichokes California. $1.80(21.60
Spiaaca tocal. 750 85.
Csaaborries eastern aiS19.7S WL
Harkleaarriee laaay. 12 lb.
Meloaa Caaabaa. se lb.
Orapea Emperer. MQ7 lb; Mala
fa. 1.25 eraU.
Celery fsaey. SOOTSe per doiea.
Peppers Ball, -frea. Ttf8e lb.
Sweat petatees Calif oraia. SttSe
per lb.: eaUara S3 basbel.
Caaliflower Orpjon. 75ff?$l crate.
Beans Califarnia, 18(20e lb.
Peas CaUUrnia. 1415c
Gar lie iu. -S10e.
Tomaf ea , btbaasa.S3.50 crate.
rORTLAifD. Ore, Dec 17 (AP)
Poaltrr tower. Live keaa ana tad areaad
So a -pewad lover. Bayias prieas alira
bearr ent aver 4 lba 1718:
diaai bees to d lbs.. 1314.
I.iht beas lOeaariar 171 8e: Pekin
dacks. 4 Iba, and aver IT 18c; tar
keys, 29c; reie 1415.
Nuts. I Hay and Hops
POBTLAKD. Ora Dee. . 17 (AP)
Kate- walaats. California aew So. 1.
17e: Orefaa. aw S7e; alsseads. lsftlOe;
peaaata; HHe; pecans, S7Q SOe;
Har whatoaala barter prices, deli
red PertWrad. Xaatera Oreeeai timoUy.
SM.SeaiS: da Tailar. $19319.50; al
falfa. tvs.se19.ee: clow. Sit: eat
bar. 1: etraor. 9Tt ton; senisr prieas
$1 ta t3 -aiora. .
Eapa 1930 crop. 15lSc
PORTTjAHD. OrK. Dee. 17 (AP)
Wbeat fataraa :
Dec. . " 65 95 5
May , ... , -. 8 ttU 68 . tt
Cash atarkets wbeat bi Bead blae
tam. bard winter .77; soft wkite. was term
waite .7: bard winUr. aortberm spriafc
w enters red .BS. ".;
Oats Ke. t 3t lb. wb?U 14.SO.
Barter M. E- W- ""
Cora Ho. S aaitera yellow, shipment
S0.50. i .
JCairna standard 17.50.
PORTLAND. Ore.. Dee. 17 (AP)
Cattto 175: eaJyea 15; toaks steady. -.
Steers SOft-900 lbs.. oad H.S5.00:
madraia t.ftOOt.25; coatneoa 9.25970.
Staera 9O0-110 Uta Seed t.259.00;
saadioai T.590S.25: eomaioa e.57.50.
Steera 110O-1J0O lbs, rood t.OO8.7S:
taediasa -4t.7SOS.Oe. Heifera. SSO-S.50
lbs., good 7.25 ti 7.50; saediam 6.000
7.2ST eeaaoa SO8iK). Cows, rood
S.OO6.5e; eaaaeea aad taediam 4.509
a OO; law ewttar aad eatter J. 5004.50.
nn- MwelmAA . S.00fis5.7S:
eatter. eaaaiaea aad saediaai S.505.00;
eators. atiFk fad 10.eO 11.00; "diai
MaiasAi nlf aad eoarMiea 5 Ofl fa
i.OO: eatres 250-590 Iba.. t.AOllS.00:
.- .it- 1 UAI DA. , '
. Hsri 1420. -iaelodrar 640 dhaet: kffl
ing rtassss 15a lawar. leaders stoady.
(Soft ar Ur r and maatiac Pf
eseladedK IMht Ufbts- laO-lSO lba,
t7.StAt.Mi Hrtt waiht 140-180 I be,
UMIAMU; Kfiil a4icbt lSO-StO lb,
8,40S.85: saadiaaa waisbt 100-220 tba
TOAM.M;,M4(aeiekt 220-250 lbs,
7.58.50: ; haary weiicbt 2S0-290 Ibfc.
S.T5.00: kaaTT wricht 290-150 Ibs
t.2Ss7.60:!lecHar sewa 275-500 lb,
madiasi aad itawd S.OO07.OO. . Peed;
and stacker pirs 70-1S0 .lbt saod aad
Sbaes) 450; tslklef steady. Xambs
A tv, .vwa M7.0: aiadiaia 5. SO
eS.5: aU weitrbta. eaaaaaaa 4.0AOS.OO.
Yearliae-wetbers ao-llO law., aaedtaaa ta
rttoiee I.MASAO: n 9O-120 lba e-dtaat-ta
rtxtiea 2J5S.0O. Swe 120-159
lb.. 2.00at.0. - Ail weirhta. coll sad
Z.eo2.oe. . t . .
POBTUlXD. Ore, Dee. IT (AP)
lillk Raw atilk (4 per eeat) S2.25
per wt, deHrered Portlaad toss 1 pet
reat: crad' O aailk. 9U70, batterfat de
Urered ia Pertlaad. SSe. ' .
PonlUr ( baTfair prices) aliTa. bea
y beas eer 4 Ibs 21c: medians hens
t to 4tt Ibs 17e: licbt bens. lc:
spriaca, 20e: Palria daeka. 4 Ibs aad
lae; tarkers tSfc .
Potstees -Na. t traded. L75a: Ke.
S $1.1SX0. -
hniuiar. i It is, the Beneficial
Loan society of Oregon. The Ben
eficial Loan society is a natron
wide organization making loans
up to $390- on the monthly re
payment planat legal rates 01
interest. The company operates
naitar atata. lteenaaj.'
The plan of operation of the
organlsaftloa na . seen awns
tlnaa racaHmaadtd bT the RttS-
teU 8ago- foundation, which mads
an ext entire inTestiratlon into
trie, am all inas bnalneaa and drew
inn a fanr or nnlfnrm laws tor
states., which has been aaopieo
la Oreron 1 .,....
TO MARKS MAlM i90l
Grade B raw 4 sntDc
delivered ia Salem,
to ?5 cwt.
Bstttevfat at farm Sl-SaeJ
' Salem 33c ; , s -
rxTm urn nomnM;
V. S. Ka. 1 '
D..S. Xa. 2 -
n. a. sa. i
Sqaasb per aaaaS
Celery, per di.
Taralpa. par dos. beaebes
neeta,- per ds. baacbea .
Carretta. per ds. haakes h- ...
KaSUaaS. par ds. bncbee
Orcea on loss, per ds. bnncbes ,
Savin rleaa. Bm. IT tHS
Cslf mi. 'a tUa. l.S5l.SS
Scratch, tea 3S.OO ta 41.0O
Cera, whole, ton S9.00 te 44.00
Cracked aad greaad, tea 42.00-47.09
Kilt roa. tea
Brae, tea ea
Ess ssssh. evt. 2.15 ta 2.7
naytag Prteea, Dee. 17. 1930
Extras ; , , in
Mediaaas . . . : , ' ia
OOITST . '
- Ssrlag Prices, Dee. IT, J930
Roost r. aid -
Haarias, baas ., "
Broilers, eeiered "
Mad. bene '-
USBt - "
Tarfceys. Na. Ltesaa
Tarkeys, Ke. 1 keaa
Tarkeys. X: Sa
obah aitd hat
Xayfats rrleee. Dee. 17. 19SS
Wbeat, weaterai tea , !. St
Sett white ..,-, 69
Barter, tee 21.00 to 11.00
Oats. rrey. b. .
Ray: beyiar prices
Oats aad vetch, tea .
Alfalfa. Taller, second cnttiar 170
F.aatera Orsroa , 22.00
Commoa , 15.00
on . , l-so
Top grade .
w-w w.eia wa flmnfi Asm. PrleaS
IS SOON Tt
WIFE OP THE
tN THE JMU
POIXY AND HER
LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY
tjsf (tXXZ&oT n20M H2J22.)
! TTcfiv : I TOTHSRCnlAiriTjiH
TOOTS AND CASPER
of THERE Y fP tt3&3
Late Up-turn" is Made
When Shortage in
l . Corn Known
CHICAGO." Dee. IT .f API
In a sadden ontlrarst ' f . freafi
strength, grain scored late gains
today despite a downfall earlier
that smashed records unaltered
since 1101. Tho late adranee was
stimulated br a sham lis in a.
entities prices and correct antic
ipation of the government report
showing curtailment of previous
forecasts of the corn yield. Tern-,
porary acute weakness of trraln
was- associated' with, pressure of
newiy n arrested wheat orrerings
to Europe from tho southern
Wheat -closed nnaettliMl. from
t-A cent . net decline to ' an equal
ftdrsnM. MwiMrM . with M.t..
day. Corn dosed at 8-8-1 cents
gain and oats J-8-V4 cent no.'
Standard o f Gas ,
The pnhlle service commission
fDalrrerad ia 5-aoaad banl
. Licbt aaaber helres
Halves aad pieeea -
.02 to S1
Sarlae- Prices. Dee. 17. 192S ' '
I aba. top " te .OS
Harm. 160-20O lbs , 9.2 S
Hoc. 200 Iba, VP
Steers , '
-t.OO te 4.50
Dressed veal .
sSvftov 3ov stwJm L I Y YrvS rf ' if butch, ri-u bs? a f
rrJL &rr) W5 to HOcolEhff f H uzfffjuisS? ' jl vxiTirio for Vbo JUJ..
GJV 1 THAT SUCKS n UP - .. ' aJ&g JZ-i tl " V. -OrtTiT I V
fe " I
eohMA eovt you.
Wednesday issued an order pre
scribing ths standard of gas that
shall be supplied by the Natural
Gas corporation of Oregon, which
has declared it intention to op
erate in several cities in the
state. The commission has dis
missed complaints against the Al
ien Telephone company, relating
to serrice, and the application of
Frank Settlemyer. operating the
Oregon Fast Freight, for permis
sion to operate as a class four
BY LEA6UE FfllDAY
Would roa Sire up the girl too
lored to your best pal, if it was
for his happiness and' hart., par
ticularly if yon "owed your life to
him T This is WaUr Allen's. hard
dilemma In -He's My Pal." a
three act comdey-drama by Lil
lian Mortimer,' to bo presented
by the Ep worth League of Ford
Memorial Methodist church Friday-
night. The scene of the play
ia to be the Oak Grove Grange
The- curtain win rise on the
first act at t o'clock. Friday
night. The- presentation Is under
the auspices of the Ep worth Lea
gue of Oak Grove chapel; Meth
odist church. Oak Grove is about
four miles north, of the Salem
Dallas road on the first road to
tho right that is about a half of
a mile west of the Oak Knoll golf
club. The location may also be
reached by turning north at
The east, made up of members
of the West Salem Methodist
church, is as follows :y Tom
gparkr-Roy Flnster; Wally Allen,
Curtis Ferguson: Ma Averill.
Ada Clark; Lark Marie Sumner,
Ruth Engelhorn; Calvin McCay,
Harold pep worth; Mrs. Blossom
McCay, Bernice Woods; . Harry
Booth, Ray Rich tor; Smudge, Vi
olet Wallace; Kitten Blake, Mar
tha Warren; Dick Smith, Vernon
Stohl; Roger Gail, Charles
Wright; Mona Spark, Helen
Proceeds from the play will go
to the treasuries of the two Ep
worth Leagues , for pledges to
church and institute work.
"Useful as Well as Ornamentar
OU KNOW, ZERO, V0G3 AlWTAtLOWEo
TO IZTOS OM TRAINS - SO lM PEE-
'"CEMSMSEe. GROCCR1CS AIMT J7.
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EARCf GM CHOr3TMA6 MCPNlNa
HSTLU CDME.T -
, Tkaxsr, Deetmber It
W 429 c-ParUaad .
4:45 Devotional service.
7:00 Orgrna eeaeers.
Ts0 Start e the Day, KBO.
S:0O Happy Tiaaa. KBC. -
9:15 Coekiag school.
9:45 Barbara Goal d.
10:00 Uacssiae at lb Air. KBC.
11:90 Staadard aeheot prerrass, KBO.
11:45 Btaeie precrean, '
12:00 Drake orchestra. KBO.
12:0 JaUa Hayes.
12:45 Orsea aad piaaa.
1:90 Towa Crier.
2 :00 Orcaa.
2:15 "la. the SpaUlrbt." KBO.
S:00 BUck and Geld Keeas. KBO.
4 :S0 Phil Oak. KBO.
4:45 CUctety Clack.
5 :0O Saashiae bear. KBC
S:00 Birtaaay party. KBC.
:0 Meledies. KBC
T :00-KeUe,s daaoa archastra.
7:0 Srsnpheav bear, KBC.
S :S0 Assee 'mf Aad y, KBC
8:45 SaiUes, KBC.
S :00 Staff profraia.-
9:S0 Orrheatra. NBC.
10:00 KOMO precraas.
11:00-12:00 Iteledtee. KBC
SOTK 940 Ks. Portland
t:00 KOIN"s Clock.
7:0O Kevelty duo.
t:00 Polly aad PaaL
S :00 sferryatakers. . .
9 :0DLBS Feminine Psacies.
19:00 af eiodiaaa. .
11:00 IaternaUoaal Kitebea.
lltSO Aady aad Virrinia.
12 :00 Orchestra.
1:00 Hostess of the Air.
2 :80 Hawaiian entertainer.
2:45 Cuckoo dab.
S : 1 5 Newspaper.
:O0 6erapbook of the Air.
5:30 Kiddies' dab.
. t :00 Concert trie.
7 :00 CBS Lntbersn lea pie.
7:80 DLBS Chocolate Soldier.
SrOO Danes orchestra.
9:Oe I 8 "rolreria."
9:90 I oe heekey came.
10:15 Slaaber best.
10:45 Oiler. s- V
11:00 Dance arcbeatra.
12 :00-1 :00 btarry-Oe-Roaad.
EX lltt Xe-PortUnt
t:45 Fsr fleshes.
7 :00 White Wisard. - 1 ' ',
7:15 Vornlas aerenada and aewt.
7:45 Family AlUr hoar.
8:15 Orraa eeaeort. NBS.
9:00 Ward Ireland, tenor. KBS.
9:15 Neighborly ehsta, KBS.
9:48 "9:45 saeclsU" .
10 :00 Olen Eatoa. tenor, KBS.
10:15 Robert hfenaen, teaor. NBS.
10 :30 Radio Bey Frieads, KBS.
11:00 Orebextra, KBS.
11:15 Sons BaS.
11:45 The Professor. KBS.
12:00 Westher report aad asws.
12:05 Hsppy Boor Girls' arebestra.
ytR eyeS ukes tbet S a SELLS''' TV
rVO0 UNCLE PVkTiDy HAJO GQO
MOMEV HE GOT FDJ? SWIMG
AMMABELLE. FROM THE WDMAPERSj,
AH NOW THAT HES a?lCH ,
1ST MfcS. MEAHY C2Av
OWr4 THE CHlMNWf
EVE! BYTriH XTlk
yjXVm TOUR. ltTTU OTOCWH &r $
WILL, n v
1:05 J as a Kantnsr. btriUaa. KBS.
i:ia Uenta Hectare. BS.
1:45 Ron's Khytbai Re ma.
2:15 Matinee la Miaiatere, KBS.
2 : 10 Orraa eeaeers, KBS.
t:00 News, KBS.
t:15 Maiical Racketeers. KBS.
:30 Piano eeaeert by Hal McCrackea.
8:45 Tea Time Tales. KBS.
4 :00 Orraa saasie. KBS. :
t.-OO Northwest salea erckeitrs, KBS.
t:15 National Oaard Vaad cones rt.
9:45 Italiaa Knifhts. KBS.
9:O0 MoataviUa riowora NBS.
9:S0 Captaia Dare's travels. .
9:45 Master Melodiea. NBS.
19:00 Saaahiae precraas. KBS.
10:90 Jack aad Jill arcbeatra.
11:90 Vie Meyers' orchestra. KBS.
XOAO 59 2Ce. CorvsU
12 :00 -Fsras . precraaB.
12:45 Rao nest prorass of records.
2 :00 Maaieale.
2:90 Hoaaeauker bear.
8:80 Hosae tardea. I
: BO Farm -presrasa.""
7:90 Collegiata aaortlifhl.
Practice , for
WOODBURN Dee. 17 Prac
tice on the Christmas pageant,
"The Sign in the Sky." it well
under way and members of the
Woodborn Presbyterian church
will hare it resdy to present
Sunday evening. December 11,
at 6:19 p. m. About twenty-fire
persons ' are in the cast of ' the
pageant and there will also -be
a choir directed by Mrs. Minnie
"The Sign In the Sky" Is a
pageant in three" scenes and is
quite impressive. The ptgeant
was written by Francis II. Hub
bard. Miss Helen Allen is direct
teg the presentation. She has
had much experience in play
production . and the pageant
promises to be a success. The
church services at Bethel, which
are usually held on Sunday" evn
niag, will be held at tome time
that will not conflict with the
tian of presentation of the play.
An eight-pound - baby girl was
horn to Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Aicher Thursday morning. Both
the mother and baby are getting
' Officers of the Woodburn
chapter of Eastern Star are to
be installed at a meeting to b
.held. In the Masonic hall Monday
night, December 22.
. 'fS -
Hazel Green Studies Places
'. Where Missionaries are
HAZEL GREEN. Dec 17Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Cady of Auburn
will be present "at Sunday school
December 21. Mrs. Cady wilt tell
the stories of the nativltiy and
visit of the wise .men. Illustrat
ing by figures made of modeling
clay. Mrs. Cady's stories and
demonstrations are very much
appreciated by the school's Tls
Ited. The girls were given names of'
missionaries. . They introduced
themselves, - pointed on map to "
city where located; told of the
kind of work.
The Otterbeln Guild of the en
tire church are supporting work
ers in school for girls In Canton,
A brief history of this school
was given by Mrs. Looney. After
business meeting the girls using
names of the missionaries played
various games,, something, like
the old fruit, basket. A Japanese
game provoked much merriment '
because of pronounclation of
Delicious refreshments were
serred by Mrs. Coons and daugh
ters. Members present were sev
en. Visitors were Rer. S. A. Long,
of Salem, Mrs. Anna Albin of
Monroe, Oregon, Miss Dorothy
Muscott, Clear Lske and Mlsr
Helen Drakley of Salem.
At Hazel Green
HAZEL GREEN, Dec. 17 Tho
Christmas progrsm sponsored by
the community club will be .giv
en December 23 at eight o'clock .
at the schoolhouse. The program
is being prepared by the teach
ers, Mrs. Flora Hedrlck, Mlas AU
ma Stauffer and children.
By CLIFF STERRETTJ
By BEN BATSFORD
By JIMMY MURPfflJ
tES,BUl IbWCUPl VvOOtDM'T
rr bepeat if-twct law
TO HAX1- UP?
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