1 IS i! Ji ft if i t i 1 ! t - . I i ! i s; PAGE EIGHT J - , I 1 The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Sunday Morning, January 25, 1931 ll' TO Handsome Structure to be Erected for Religious Organization Here ; i - , - ;. : . ; -. 1 ' --' i 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 program. 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 lical scene. 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 erred. . 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 bi BO N CHR YSL E STRAIG H T i F.O.B. Facry YoU'RE M USING You're missing a lot of . pleasure and satis taction with '. out a Chrysler Straight Eight, v You're missing, above everything else, the thrilling results of DuatHigh gears... Two distinctly difierent high gears roc distinctly different uses one "high for sprint ing ahead of everything in traffic and' for quirt, easy speed up any lull; another ..bighT ..for the open road... j You're missing the in ; numerable driving advan CHRYSLER EIGHT HrtBoJy Stylet f Iff) m i6t OO-YSLER. FERIAL ElGmFBJjS.jUr-tJ74fji4-pfLfT7 Willamette Motors Inc Chemeketa and Liberty Streets - - j Telephone 1132 - - flrT - I ' I,,, i i 1 1. i I, i - .i o SALVATION ARMY HOME SOON TO . ' i ij'wijiii'iii ' ' "T , - ' ' pLN JXLTCK 6f rHOHf ELEVATION OF""" - 3 A L VA 1 OI) A RMt B U I L PI N G 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 Salem. f wm mm enjoy rail 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 McKay. 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- EIGHTS S OMETHING tages of tbe exclusive Chry- j sler Multi-Range 4-speed transmisaon, wttn its quscK, quiet gear shift. " You're missing the pride of ownership inspired by a car that is invincible in getaway; chat is incomparably faster in picking up speed; that is itmnitcly smoother and more flexible at all speeds. t After you discover what you are missing, nothing on wheels will satisiy you but Chrysler Straight Eight.' 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 guests. 1 CLUB 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 Oakland Seiberling Tires US T0WIN6--DAY or NIGHT - As fine as your car may be, it can't stand winter makes on motor and paint. Bring before anything is radically wrong with it--and we will j give it a complete overhauling at a Moderate Rate so that it will be prepared for the severest season. . f ' r. ! , n 5. ,. - - 1 . . . .. ! !:. i ' WOOD -WHE Salem f;v s; " SERVICE STATION BE ERECTED 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 school. 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. RKBKKA1IS INSTALL 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 enjoyed. j ATOM MOTOR IvX-" v"-XvX-X '. F'X.'X'XvX'XvX'X III'E YOUR Cpi 1 H Y S I C Phone 2125 ;':V''X - Oregon Chemeketa! or High 1" LIBEBTY CLUB P Members and Guests Enjoy Talk on Gardening Recently ; 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. This Con- 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 neighboring districts.: ! 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 years. 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. E. Branch. 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 Pontiac Authorized Fisher Body Parts & Repairs CALL 2125 all the tests that your car to us-H I CO., Inc. REPAIR SHOP HI GIB PRATUM SCHOOL 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 greatly missed. 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. BWOYIHG SOUTH ' ' v . i. ... -' ' . 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 night. 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. 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