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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon, Friday Morning, January 9, 1931
E. E. DEIIT IS
Life was one of Active
Service to Fellow
FAIRV1KW, Jan. 8 Frind
anA neighbors were shocked and
saddened by the passing of E. E.
Dent at bis home here December
Kmmett Ellsworth Dent was
born In Monroe, Ohio, March 8,
182. At the age of 18 h n
gaged in the! lirestock business
- in Wayne county. Iowa, He later
moved to Spokane.: Wash where
be engaged In hanking, agricul
ture and the raising of purebred
stock. ': f v-:' . j
For the past If years he made
his home in " Oregon where he
had an extenslY estate. He was
employed as I examiner for the
Federal ' Farm Loan board for
fire years. He was later elected
as a director of the Federal Land
bank of Spokane where, because
f his wide experience and thor
ough knowledge, he proved a val
uable member of the board.
' The many f letters and tele
grams of sympathy Which have
been received by the family bear
sloquent testimony of the esteem
held for Mr. Dent by all people
with whom he came In contact.
! He united wit a tne Metnoaisi
church When 22 years of age and
was an active Christian until
death. Service were conducted
by his pastor, Rev. ; Johnson, as
sisted by Rev. Leavenworth and
Rev., Liening.; Interment was In
the City View ; cemetery.
Those surviving are the wi
dow, Jessie W., two daughters,
Mrs. "Myrtle Daniels of Medford
and Ruth of Medical Lake. Wash.i
two eons Wilbur Y., of Snake
River, "Wash.; and Ralph R of
Jefferson, one stepson George
Walker of Avery, Idaho, flve
grandchildren, a sUtef, Mrs. Mat
tie Waynlck and a brother A. E
Dent of Anaheim, California.
VISITD P! S
FAIRVIEW, Jan. 8 Mrs. J.
H. Crawford Is reported to be 111
at her home here.
W. Y. Dent and family who
r were called here by, the death of
Mr. Dent's father, E. tt. Dent,!
returned to their home at Snake;
Helen Dent, daughter of W. Y.
Dent will remain here With her;
grandmother and attend school at
v enua names 01 uiuesriy ai
trict was a recent guest ak the F.
W. Turner home. . j
The J. M. sehon family were;
dinner guests at the H. R. Jones
borne Sunday. . j
James Du Puis ana Avery WH-i
Hams of Portland were . dinner ;
guests at the R. R. Dent home
Sunday. - '
Mrs. Dolly McLeodon of Klam
ath Falls left Saturday after a
month's visit at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. H- C. Rose.
- George Meade of Oregon City
spent Sunday at the H. C Rose
Dillon Jones spent the holidays
In Portland at the Wilbur Cald
well home. :
Mr. and Mrs. W. Y. Dent and
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Dent drove to
Roseburg Saturday. . -
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Benson are
receiving congratulations on the
arrival of a baby girl January 2.
M. A. liaker of Portland and
family visited at the F. L. Morse
home daring the holidays. -
FELLERS HOSTS TO
Jan. S. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fell
er were hosts at their attractive
home on New . Year day,- honor
ing their children and grandchild
ren. Those who gathered at the
Feller home- were Mr. and Mrs.
George Feller and daughter 'Doro
thea of Salem, Mr. and Mrs.! Em
ery Feller and daughter Mar Jor
le. Mr. and Mrs. John Gilmer and
daughter Jean Marie. Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Feller, Misses Lillian
and Frances Feller of Salem, Clif
ford Feller of Knight's Landing.
CaL; Miss Mary Feller of Enter
prise, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Feller
and danghters Dorrls and -Betty,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fellef and son
Robert. Mlis Ida Feller, Illlhee.
and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Feller, j : . ;;
: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cummings
were hosts at a dinner recently at
their home.. The guests were Mr.
and Mrs. John Thomas and sons,
Allan, Delbert and Harold, of Sa
lem, Floyd of Los Angeles; I Mrs.
Anna Madsen and daughter -.Beverly
Mr. and Mrs. W. Anderson
drove to Corvallis Sunday to
spend the day with friends.
Miss Mary Feller returned to
Enterprise Sunday, where she la
teaching, after spending the holi
days with her- parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Feller.
Miss Mildred Schifferer of Sa
lem spent Sunday at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Enjoy Work in
Junior Red Cross
AURORA, Jan. S The first
and second grades are enjoying
their Junior Red Crosg club very
much. They have begun their
portfolio to send to a primary
school in some ether countryjand
have decided that this one shall
go to the negro children In Africa.
Later they will make, one for the
Eskimo children of the far north.
The Junior Red Cross head
Quarters at San Francisco, Cali
fornia, takes care of the; mailing
of these portfolio?, and arranges
for the translating of material.
They are very interesting and of
much value to the ehildreinf'When
a return fs had from Africa or
Alaska, it will be displayed down
town so that others will enjoy It.
Officers In the primary room this
year are president, Dale! Miller;
vice president, Jean Snytjer; se
cretary, John Allan Ratzburg.
' -All I : . fa
'jPtdcitig the dynamite
cartridges in holes et
re f aired depth and
distance apart "along
tine of ditch.
Explosion if dynamite
throws earth upon
fields leaving no
spoil banks aw side
of edges tf fitch
" ; and i
Ohe ditch made with
In tke sketch above.
liJoUr can buu wur
fuse and get a
Iww to blast ditcBs
Company 1 1K I
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Gabriel Powder & Supply
North Howell Home Eco
nomics Group Works for
NORTH IIOWELLJ Jan. 8
The regular meeting of the North
iioweu Grange home; economics
club was held Tuesday In .the
grange hall kitchen, j :
J The ladles ? worked : on two
qlults. which are being made for
future sale and; enjoyed pot
luck' dinner at noon. jfit
i Those present InclnSed Mrs. J.
S. Coomler, Mrs.! Frank . Pickens,
Mrs. Guy Dow, Anna Dunn.
Daisy Bump, Amanda! and Mabel
Drake. Jessie Coomler, Mattie
Vinton, Lucy Rickard and Helen
Vflesner. The date of. the ; next
meeting to continue this work,
will he announced Friday i eve
ning at tne regular grange meet
At this coming grange meet
ing, January f , the degree team
will confer the third and fourth
degrees on a large class. of can
didates and the , installation . of
officers will also be held. ; Mrs.
Ellen G. Lambert of Stayton with
her installation team will Install
the officers. I ,- I t , J
Edwards Master :;
Surprise Gra nge
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TURNER, Jan. 8. Officers
elect i and - members of ..Turner
Surprise grange joined Ankeny
grange 1 Saturday for the initia
tion of officers for the new year.
They report they had; great
day. Surprise grange wll meet
In, their own - hall Saturday "for
their regular January j meeting.
Arthur Edwards is the new mas
ter, i Mrs. Eleanorl Titus Is re
elected secretary-treasurer 'and
Mrs. Ethel Gulvln Ls lecturer. ;
Many. Activities - Planned at
.Union Hill for Rest of
- Winter Season
UNION KILL, Jan. 8. The Un
Ion Hill grange held Its January
meeting New Tear's night, with
58 members and It visitors pres
ent. The hall was tastefully dee
orated in red and green for the oc
casion, and' a bounteous New
Tear's dinner was served at 8:3Q.
by the' lunch committee.
- During the business meeting of
ficers for the ensuing year were
graciously installed by Sister Lam
bert of Stayton and her team.
Much praise was given Sister Lam
bert for the manner in which the
installation was given.
' Two members were obligated at
this meeting And two names pro
posed for membership. During t'
put year oar membership has
grown from fO to 1 3 members,
two drill teams and a Home Tzo
nomlcs club bve been organised
and Improvements made on build
ing and grounds. x t-;!;-w--;
A short program was given by
the lecturer, Mrs. C. C. Carter.
The drama,; "Wild Ginger," giv
en by some talent December 20,
and directed by the chairman of
the Home Economics committee,
Mrs. Orlo Humphrey, was well at
tended and received. It will be
given at the Maeleay grange hall
at an early date.
riA$ POSTPONED .
- STATTON, Jan." 8 The com
edy ; f Clover 1 Time to have been
given by ' tffe "Morning' Star
Grange" -at Stayton grange hall
Friday night, January 9, has
been; postponed " Indefinitely on
account of the serious illness of
their1, leading' character, and a
free jdance will : be given instead
with r a cordial invitation to all.
Ill 1)011 AMAH'S
96 Anniversary of "Uncle"
";Franz Nibier is Cele
GERVAIS, Jan. 8. Uncle
Frana Nibier was 98 years of age
Tuesday, January 7. On Sunday
bis; daughters gave a dinner In
his honor. Mrs. Margaret Cool
idgie made the birthday cake on
which, was 88 candles. Those of
his; children who were with him
for! . the dinner were. Mrs. Bert
Strobel and husband of Spokane;
Mrs. Robert Schmidt of Eugene,
Mra. jMargaret Coolldge of Glen
woodi Washington, and Mrs. Bert
Elliott and husband who live
with him. Mr. Nibier was born in
Germany, His , parents : came to
the; United States' when he was
11 years of age, settling in Wis
consin ' and later coming, en to
Minnesota. He Is a civil war vet
eran, ' enlisting from Minnesota,
He made two trips to the coaet,
one in 1863 and the last trip in
1887. He has lived in this section
of the valley all during his resi
dence, in Oregon. Gervaiihas
been his postoftice address since
1871 and he has lived In his pres
ent home for more than 21 years.
The Nibier family has enjoyed
two other gatherings during the
holiday season. 'Christmas guests
at the Gervals home were Mr.
and Mrs., Nick Nibier and four
children and Francis Coolldge
and three children all of Port
land, Mr. and Mrs. Bejrt Strobel
of Spokane, Mrs. Margaret Cool
ldge of Glenwood, Washington,
Mrs. Robert Schmidt and three
children of Eugene, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Borgelt and two I sons and
Mr. and Mra. Francis Nibier and
son, all of - Hlllsboro, I Mr, and,
Mrs. Joseph Nibier And three,
daughters . and three sons and.'
Mr. Kelly of Wood burn and Mr.
and"' Mrs. Bert Elliott, k , & , .
i For a Limited Time to Conform to Our
Great Ration-wide Mail Order PoUey
Pay Oca ly Oi DOVK
On any of the following items:
. Bedroom Suites
Dining Room i
w s r m
(ALSO ONLT IliDOWN on any men's or boys suit
or overcoat j-or any combination of men's or boys'
suits or overcoats, provided the purchase amounts to
15 or morej)
HitR the. Tttil.lsiP.il p. at
S Davs Onlv
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IF; SUPPLY LASTS
16 INCH STEV'ENS ALL LINEN CRASH-
Bleached or unbleached
PILLOW CASES .
42 x !36. 2
5 yd; gingham remnants
Values to 23c yd, 'for-7 - -
PILLOW CASES '
45 i x 36
36 inch, Bleached
In Pastel Shades ..
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We reserve right to limit amount of sale (
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I fh A1! Dresses lri
O f j 8l 1 and Coats PI
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The Senld-Annual Nation-Wide
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Family Shoe Sale
WOMEN'S "FOOT HEALTH" SHOES. One Straps,
Ties, in black or brown kid. J5uut-in
...j L 4.i5
LA CROSSE" SHOES One Straps
and Ties in soft black kid. Hand-turned, flexi
ble soles; built-in steel arch Full length cushion
for comfort JJ
WOMEN'S COMFORT SHOES 3-Button Strap, or
plai ntoe Oxford in , tf0 QQ
black kid j ..44-...: :. .... PJp
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MEN'S AR5IY STYLE SHOES. Uppers are soft,
sturdy calf grain leather. dJ jCQ
Goodyear welt Construction. frXy'
MEN'S POLICE! SHOES. All leather construction,
Goodyear Welti Weather- fO QQ
proof lining. I Black P.vO
- I ft . . : ' :
MEN'S WORK SHOES, Blucher Style tf0 AO
with soft moccasin toe .... - vwtyO
formerly $80.55, i now
VACUUM SWEEPERS used as demonstrators and
which have been' thoroughly oyer- 1 A
hauled complete With attachments ePlfr.iaJ
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AH table lamps and remaining lamp shades
? s bx nail price
Alll Basket Ball Shoes 1-3 off.
FRAMED PICTURES copies of famous
subjects formerly $1.00. Clearance.
H The " Troubador
7sTubs, Tone Control
Triple Screen Grid
A tremendous special purchase
perb engine"ering unite to girt you
Troubador a iuper radio value 1 YouMl
marvel at its clear, natural Tone. Tone
Control! Four! Tuned Circuits giving se
lectivity neverf before attained i in a
tube set. Cabinet of rich walnut veneer.
Only $1 down. $1.50 weekly. Act quickly j
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Complete Wflh Tubes and Installed!
This clearance includes every dress and
coat in our stocks., In the lot you will
find dress coats as well as sport. - Coats
suitable for all. occasions and many that
may be worni into the late spring. Dress
es consist of crepes, both plain and print
ed, rayons, satins, etc. Many dresses may
be bought at $3.33 or two for six dollars.
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All hats grouped at two prices for quick
clearance $1.00 io $1.95.
$1.50 Weekly f
Small Carrying Charge
Many pieces of furniture marked H to
li one third off.
CIRCULATING HEATER formerly
All men's suits marked at prices for quick
clearance. ; .These come in a variety of
weaves, some j with peaked lapels, others
with notched. For a limited time any
suit or overcoat may be purchased for
$1.00 down and the balance payable' in
eighr weekly Installments. No carrying
charge. i , j , - ; : ' !j ; '-
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