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PAGE EIGHT J - , I 1 The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Sunday Morning, January 25, 1931
Handsome Structure to be
Erected for Religious
Organization Here ;
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Tba new; Salratlon Army head-
qaarters bulldlnc which It Is iex
pected will b erected and ready
for occupancy by May or this
Spring will be. a splendid addi
tion to the worthwhile building
in Salem. It will fill a Ions felt
need Is the community and only
those who har worked in th
Army, and with it. can realize
J mt how much inch a building is
needed. . !
The building as planned will
include a rery large, well equip
ped -basement and two stories,
and will be erected at a cost of
about HO.eOO. It is desirable to
build at this time when the price
of, lumber is less than- It has been
' for some time and when any ex
tra work in the community will
aid in - the employment problem.
: The American Legion has been
sDonsorinc the furthering i of
plans that hag made the final
steps possible for the building; of
this new structure. J. T. Delaney
la chairman of the Legion com
mittee in charge of the building
Ensign Williams of ths . army
produced with' great. Joy and
pride the set of blue prints made
up by Lyle Bartholomew, and ex
plained in detail the . carefully
' planned interior. !
The front of the building as it
ts supposed to be built is shown
.. in the line drawing done by Mr.
Bartholomew, r Wrought -Iron
brackets., over either window will
act as standard holders for flags
on holiday occasions; over the
doorway will shine a Neon sign
announcing "Salvation Array"
headquarters. (Her each window
in the circle a plaque will be fit
ted, each of which will be ?. Bib
The building will be construct
ed where the old building now
stands. 241 State street. Th
Army already owns the lot and
according to Ensltrn Williams,
without wastine a bit of spacs
the building 26 by 82 H feet,
will neatly and economically cov
er the lot. Beth a front j and
back entrance jwill be mae : for
the basement and first story, one
on the alley at; the back and one
from State street.
, The basement will be given
over to relief and social service
work, and will Include a larse
storage room for relief supplies.
a fumigation i room where all
donations needing fumigation
may be treated. A pipe will lead
i from this room to the top of the
bnildinr where: all fumes will be
released and mne will enter the
bu'lding to interfer with comfort.
The soup kitchen will be lo
cated in the basement next to the
.furnace and fuel storage room
and there will also be a repnlr
room for salvaging clothes, and a
lavatory with shower where men
In need of hygenic sf rvlce may be
The ceiling ; of the basement
will be 8 feet high in order to
allow for any chance which
might be required for the future
use of the building.
The main floor will be entered
from the front by a large hall to
the right of which will be the
main office, to the left a large
rest-room and comfort station
for women, and a stairway; lead
ing to the basement and one to
the second floor. !
Double doors will also ! lead
from the hall Into the auditorium
room, a large,: long, well lighted
room with seating . capacity for
'200 and which terminates in a
' well placed stage In the center
back of which is a French door.
Tbis door leads Into a small hall
way to the right of which is a
storage room . for band Instru
ments, and to the left a small
additional relief store room. I
The second i floor has a large
front room with excellent light
ing: arrangement in which home
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The front view of the proposed aew
occupied by May of this spring.
the building pi.
sewing service women will meet.
A large closet leads off this so
that sewing machines and mater
ials may be stored just off the
sewing room. Additional ; elec
tric fixtures for irons and such
like equipment is allowed for in
this room. ;
On this floor is also a large
auditorium which will be given
over to ypung peoples' work, and
where social activities., may be
carried on. Back of the audi
torium has been . arranged a
kitchen, lavatory and shower
room, and two sleeping rooms
for emergency needs.
All in all tbe building will be
one that will neatly care for the
needs of the Army and the many
people of the community whom it
serves. And as planned it will
add another attractive structure
to the many already lerected in
TURNER, Jan. 24 The; Tur
ner Rebekah lodge met Wednes
day evening in the I. O. O. F.
lodge rooms, for their program,
which was followed with a social
hour and refreshments; a large
birthday cafke graced the dining
table; it was presented in honor
of the birthday anniversary of
Thomas Wildey who was the
founder of the lodge.
Readings and talks were i given
by Mrs. Mabel Martin, Mrs.! L. J.
Rowley, Miss Mable Walker, Mrs.
Hester Cmme and Mrs. Hazel
Mrs. Barnett was elected j treas
urer to fill a vacancy.
Mrs. Augusta Fleetwood, a
farmer member was present from
her home in Salem; also Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Martin of Aumsville
were visitors. I
MOTTO CHOSEN BY CUUB
SYDNEY, Jan. 24 The Sid
ney school 4-H club; known as
The Good-Cheer Circle, held Its
regular meeting Wednesday af
ternoon. : Interesting reports of
work done i were given "by the
members.4 Id response- to roll call,
a motto and colors! were! sug
gested. After much balloting, the
club adopted as its motto (-rowing,
no drifting with eluo col-
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in picking up speed; that is
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Salvation Army headquarters, which It la hoped will be erected Mbd
Aim inn urtvin 11, ojr jjj ic unnnoramew, srriuten in rnarge 01
Snow Ball Tree is
All "Balled Up
SILVERTOX, Jan. 24.
Evidently with Intentions
and suoecssfal ones of get
ting Into the lime-light, a
snowball tree growing at the
Mrs. J. W. Stay nor home on
31111 street shot out three
small white i .snowballs this
week. There are no leaves
on the tree.
ors, apple green and cream-. Dis
cussion of a future basket social
to be sponsored by, the club, fol
lowed by the singing of club
songs completed the program.
Mrs. G. M. j Belknap and Mr.
jr. F. Gilmour, directors, were
TO STAGE COMEDY
WALDO HILLS, Jan. 24 The
Waldo Hills community club are
sponsoring a play to he presented
In the near future. Miss Lois
Riches is acting as director,
j The play chosen is "Crooks for
ai Month." Members of the cast
are: Winnie Riches; Mrs. Frank
Bowers; Helen. -Mulkey; Martha
Goodknecht; Victor and Waldo
Rue; Eddie King; George Gil
liam; Rob Riches.
SICK CHILD BETTER;
LINCOLN, Jan. 24 Barbara
Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
W- E. Cox who has been ill with
4 severe case of tonsilltis, at the
home of her grandparents, Rex
and Mrs. J. B. Needham of Cor
tallis, has improved sufficiently
to be taken to her home Friday.
Mrs. Cox and baby daughter have
also been . at the Needham home
where Mrs. Cox-was taking care
of Barbara Jean. I
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ZENA GIRLS HAVE
4-H SEWING CLUB
ZENA, Jan. 24. The 4-H Sew
ing club, "Busy Bees," composed
of girls of the seventh and eighth
grades of the local school, elected
new officers Thursday, with Alice
Crawford as president, Evelyn
Charpilloz vlce-pre3ident and Ruth
Sbepard secretary, i
Other members of the club are
Easter Horten. Isabel Kennedy,
Sybil Charpilloz and Lillian Ken
nedy. Miss Olga Horten Is lead
er. The club will tak up the sec
ond division in sewing.
The "Busy Bees" was organized;
last year and did commendable'
work under the leadership of Miss
Lillian Reynolds, teacher at Zena
The younger girls' of the school"
organized ft 4-H 'sewing club
Thursday which is unnamed. Hel- '
en Hunt was elected president,
Jessie Worthingtonj vice-president
and Barbara Scott, secretary. Oth
er members are Wilma Crawford
and Gladys Mewhinney. Miss Ol
ga Horten will be leader of this
new club also. They will under
take the first division In sewing.
JEFFERSON, Jan. 24 Mt.
Jefferson Rebekah lodge No. 78
held their regular meeting Tues
day night, at which) time the fol
lowing officers were Installed
for the ensuing year. District
Deputy, Bertha Curl acted as in
stalling officer. Noble Grand.
Bernice Skelton; ; vice grand,
Neva Kester; recording secre
tary, Dora Humphrey; treasurer,
Grace Thurston, warden; Flora
Thomas; conductor,! Laura Thom
as; R. S. N. G., Ada Wells; L. S.
N. G., Mary Pattonj R. S. L. G.,
Stella Hart; L. S. V. G., Juanlta
Smith, I. G. Kelthel Smith, O. G.
Millie Bilyeu. After the business
session, a pot luck luncheon was
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LIBERTY, Jan. 24 The Lib
erty community club and their
guests enjoyed an evening of en
tertainment Friday, i "The first
part of the program was present
ed by members of the iCrescendo
club of the Salem high school,
and consisted of the following
numbers: violin ' duet, j Margaret
Savage and Delbert Jensen; vocal
solo, Bradford Lee; j pano solo,
Mildred Abbott; vocal solo, Rich
ard Smart; violin soloJ Margaret
garage; violin duet. Margaret
Savage and Delbert Jepsen.
i An, instructive talk pa "Gar
dening" was given by J. W.
Maruny. of Salem and any ques
tions from the audience on this
subject were answered -Iby him.
The last part of the program
was very entertainingly given .by
Messrs. V. P., McNamara. and Os
car Laphan of Salem.
listed of humorous song Interpre
tations by Mr. Laphan. and some)
iever work on the piano, accom-
panied by an explanation, by Mr.j
McNamara. " .
The entertainers i were an
nounced by Mrs. C. W.j Stacey, a
member of the entertainment
committee. ? 1
I Following the . program re
freshments were served by Miss
Pearl Scott and her assistants on
the refreshment committee.
I A short business meeting was
held at which the district went on
record as being In favor of trans-'
iortatlon for hieh school stn
dents. Arrangements were made
for floral remembrances for the
members of the cluh wo might
be seriously 111. . f
I Mr. Efl wards from! fhe state
grange Rave a short j talk on
gran organisation, ' and! arrange
ments were made for a meeting
in the near future for "the organ
ization of a grange In this and
! Friends of Mrs. K. Schmidt.
Who underwent an operation at
the Salem General ; hospital,- is
reported improving. ;
Friends were saddened by tne
hews of the death o,f Mrs. John
Bere of Salem Heights. Mrs.
Berg was a former ' resident of
this district for a number of
LS VISIT AT
PRATUM. Jan. 24 Mrs. H. F.
Shanks and five young girls from"
Salem attended the Sunday
seh'ool social here Friday evening.
The girls gave a declamatory con
test. J Those participating were oDris
Cramer, Lutracia McClaln, Betty
Hurley, Frances Gildon and Max
ne Case. The latter winning the
medal. The Judges were Mrs. A.
L. Bowen. Mrs. A. Hersch and W.
i: The girls also gave several
musical selections and a solo.
Their work was very much ap
preciated. Keizer Farnris
Traded iox Idaho
KEIZER. Jan. 24. George W.
Browning has traded his 53pacre
ranch In East Keizer for a gram
and stock farm of 170 acres near
Caldwell, Idaho. He wiH have a
sale in, two weeks; and will move
Parts & Repairs
all the tests that
your car to us-H I
Into Salem i until . the eloas of
school, when tho family will learn
for their new homo la Idaho,
Mr. asd Mrs. Homer Vogt, with
whom they traded, will local here
aa soon as the place is vacated.
Mr, and Mrs. Browning, with their
children, have lived In this com
munity for Jit years. They hayo
been aetlvo in the community
work of all j kinds, and will be
They have one daughter, Mrs.
Esther Keller, living In Portland;
two sons, Wayne and Arthur, and
a daughter, Emma Jane, at home.
Kelier wishes , them success In
their new; surroundings.
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TURNER. Jan. 24 Mn. Cor
nelia David and her companion.
Miss; Mary Davey write to Turner
friends from San Diego, CaL, that
the winter months, are beautiful
and that they are happily located
and are enjoying the climate of
the southland very much, but will
be glad to. return home , when
spring is well on tbe way. . "
-,Mr." arid Mrs. Arthur Edwards
attended a meeting ef the White
Shrine lodge in Salem Monday
Mr, and Mrs.. James Noah and
three children ; have moved to
Prlnevllle, Oregon, Mr. Noah was
employed at the Bones garage
during the few years the family.
made their home ih Turner.
The friends ef n. F. C. Del
sell will be glad t know tbe Is
improving In health and hopes to
soon be able to be out. ,
Lawrence Edwards who was
taken sick the middle of Decem
ber with diphtheria 'with a series
of complications, hi able to be out
but finds It will be some time be
fore he regains his usual strength.
Babyi Geraldine is at home this
weeki with her parents, after
spending the length of the time
of her fathers illness, with her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. O. P.
Gladys Given who has been
quite Sick for two weeks and out
of high school. Is convalescing.
MRS. DABBY MOURNED
WALDO HILLS, Jan. 24
Many friends of Mrs. Mary Hum
tphrey Darby attended her fun
eral services at the Jack and Ek-
man chapel in Silverton Thurs
day. She was laid to rest In the
Warren cemetery In sight of her
girlhood home. Until three years
ago Mrs. Darby had made her
home In this vicinity and had
many warm, friends. One of her
daughters, Mrs. Una Doerfler
still 4ives In the Waldo Hills.
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SILVERTON, Jan. 1 4 Funer
al services for Andrew Jackson
Jones will be held from the Mar
quam church- Monday afternoon
at 1 o'clock with Interment t
Miller cemetery near SHerton.
Mr. Jones was born on Howell
Prairie April 21, 1S5S. On Janu
ary 12,' 1879 he was united In
marriage to Viola - Bentley. Six
chilren were born to them, three
of whom survive. These are
Claude B. Jones, at whose home
Mr. Jones died t Marquam Fri
day; Clyde Jones of Moster and
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WALDO HILLS, Jah. 24 The
pupils of Centervlew ichool were
happy - to help Delori ! Doerfler
celebrate, her- eighth birthday at
the sehevlhaaav Thursday. At
noon Delor cut beaiutlful cake
with- green, white and pink trim
ming and 'eight cand ea In wee
holders.- Games were enjoyed be
fore they left for bomf. !
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