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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salenu Oregon, Saturday llorgis?, Jaacary 31, 1831
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F4elhods" of Cultivation and
Market Conditions are
"WEST STAYTON. Jajn. SO.
i The ladles of the Growers club
i met Wednesday afternoon with
I.: Mrs. John Tegan for a special ses
sion. Business matters were talk
! ed 'over and arrangements were
! made for a pie social and drawing
of th chances that were sold on
i the butterfly quilt. The' president
banded In her resignation and a
new president was elected. The
social and drawing willjbe at the
i West Stayton school hotise Satur
day evening, January SI.
The West Stayton Growers club
' met Wednesday evenlhjg at the
: West Stayton school houses The
! meeting; was called . to order . by
; president Fred ComstoCk. After
a short business talk Mr. Stafford
; of the SUfford pickle plant at
. Aurora - gave an interesting talk
on encumbers, the growing, price,
and grades for pickling
LMr. Spiers of Turner gare a
art business talk on plans for a
new cannery to be considered at
Turner. He also talked Ion co-op-
peratlon. Mr. Alstol of j Wyoming
gave a short talk on fertilizers.
P. J. Helgeson of the Lilly com
pany In oPrtland also give an In
teresting talk en fertilizers. Mr.
Nipple, Mr. Kohl, O. O ;Lacy and
Mr. Stone, all of Westj Stayton.
told of their Interesting .visit - to
the SUfford pickle plant at Au
rora. Mr. Goes. Ed Hankel. and
Charlea parley were appointed to
ga to Turner to talk oni coopera
- tlon. Mr. Spfes reported that the
club could rent ; the - jMcGowee
building as . a meeting j place, of
which the club Is badly In need.
They do not like to use the school
'house so often. ".
IT 1 CLUB MET
" C. CV Chapman,' or the Oregon
Voter, spoke toffte j Ad club
members at ! their j weekly lunch
eon Friday I noon,. - He pointed
but the dangers of pilinjg up tax
ation and advised the S advertis
ing men not to force taxation of
property for state advertising
purposes. He ' said hat this
would come In time but now the
advertising of Oregon must be
carried by voluntary funds from
He stated that Salem had re
ceived a " great deal of advertis
ing from the food ' markets of
the world and that this cltj
showed a - substantial; growth
over other cities of the state. He
pointed . out many Industries
which' were started In Oregon
and afterward transferred to the
east on account of advantages
offered. ' ' r . . . '7 --.."A
good community knows
how to manufacture results out
of - opportunities,, he asserted.
He also indicated the advant
age that Portland and Oregon
had received through the adver
tising of JanUen .. swimming
suits and the Iron j Fireman,
which - have their headquarters
in that city. He said it took men
of foresight to make . 'these na
tion til' products.' " t " '
CARS III coliisii
JEFFERSON', Jan. 30 A head
on collision occurred Wednesday
evening at 8:30 o'clock on the
highway about four miles south of
Jefferson. i: j ;' -'r"-
Floyd Kapus of 349 East' Kelly
street.. Portland, , was ireturnlng
komf and George O. Gatlln was
returning" to : Coryallis -jwhen the
accident happened.' Kapus is em
ployed by the Demster i Manufac
turing company of Portland and
Kelson Bros., of Salem. '
Both, cars were badly jdamaged.
The Kapus car went Into the ditch
and received a bent axle, bent
fender and running board 'and a
'wrecked tire. - j "
"The Gatlln car had :1a broken
spring,' bent fender and. running
1 board and a damaged . tire.
Fortunately, the drivers escaped
. Injury. Owing to the dense fog,
no blame was placed jon . either
driver. ,,' :' , H "- '- ' -
HAS ID ORCHESTRA
ORCHARD HEIGHTS, Jan
30. An orchestra is to process
' of being organised In this . neigh
borhood. Members who ; have
joined to date- are Amiaon Grice,
Guy McDowell, Irvine j Simmons.
Roy McDowell. J. B. Best, Lester
Llppert and Herman Cobb. In
struments are guitar, banjo," ae
cordion, mouthharps, land Jews
harp3. Mrs. J. ; W. Simmons In
-piano accompaniment. - ;
The embryo orchestra will go
to Pratum this evening where
they will furnish numbers - be
tween the acts of the play, "Civ
il Service" to be given at that
. place. : f -: : i :, ,
CAR! GOES IX DITCH -
KINGWOOD, Jan.. 30 Mrs.
Gerald C. Larkln, i driving home
from town Wednesday j with her
daughter. Miss Naomi jAlsop had
a spill , on the Glenn creek road
near the Hacker house; Her at
tention being diverted! by the
family dog. which 'was jjriding In
the : car, . Mrs. . Laxains j lost con
trol of the machine- which skid'
ded - Into the. ditch and j overturn
ed.' Passers ' by ; helped; them to
right the -- machine which - pre
eeeded home on Its own power.
None of . the occupants of the car
Finland Politics Unique
Says Brodie; Votes Not
Wasted Even if in Excess
Finland, with a population of
3.600,000 people has a "parlia
ment which takes Its business
just as seriously as does ,the leg
islature of any American state
or of the- United States as a
whole. . j
E. E. Brodie, Oregon City
publisher now minister ! of the
United States to Finland, took
time this week on a brief visit
here to comment on the varia
tions f he . had observed between
the Finnish system and j that of
the typical American legislature.
, The Finnish legislative branch
is known as a parliament and
instead of the bicameral system
followed here, . has only one
house. Its members, said Bro
die, number about 200. (Women
form a fa larger percentage of
the membership id Finland than
in the typical American j legisla
tive body. ' : j
The most amusing difference
in the legislative makeup of the
United States and Finnish bodies
Is the policy , affecting the elec
tion of delegates. As in this
country, election Is by districts'
but, a candidate, after, attaining
DALLAS. Jan. 30 The Dallas
high negative debate team scored
Its second consecutive victory here
yesterday afternoon when; it de
feated the Stayton negative. . The
Dallas team was awarded a una
nimous vote of the judges. This
victory brings Dallas' total score
to six points. Five of j these
points were scored by the nega
tive team. . j -
' The Dallas negative team was
composed of Doris Newbill and
Edith Dunn. Stayton was repre
sented by Lulu Lewis and" Ivan
May. . :
The question for debate was the
one' used In all state debates this
year, "Resolved, that chain stores
are detrimental to the best in
terests of the American public."
The judges for yesterday's de
bate were Professors Mitchell,
Wells and Knoll of Oregon State
MARION, Jan. 30. Mrs. Mat-
tie Chalfant Brown was born in
Hardensburg, Bre ekenrldge
county, Kentucky. January 28,
1848,; departed from this life
January 24, 1931. age 82 years.
11 months and 2S days; t
Mrs. . Brown was married to
Thoe. R. Brown October 11,
1864, to this union was born 12
children, six - of . whom are still
living, they being Thomas R.
and William Brown and Nellie
Steir of Louisville, Ky., Bonnie
Gallisple of Detroit, Mich.; Kath-
erlne Peterson of Turner and
Mice Slyter of Marion, besides
these children she' leaves 42
grand children and 33 j great
grandchildren. ,'. Her . husband
passed away. 2 T years, ago, since
which time she has been .making
her ; home with her children. Dur
ing : her widowhood Mrs. ; Brown
made 27 trips between Louis
ville and the Pacific coast,, all
of which were made alone.:
Mrs. Brown will be remem
bered for her ever consideration
of others welfare and happiness.
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4-H Cooking H
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MISSION BOTTOM. Jan. .30.
Members of the 4-H cooking club
were , entertained Friday, after
noon at the home of their leader,
Mrs. Vivian Thompson. Time was
spent playing games and; roast
ing : weiaers. All members , were
present f except one, Arnold
Thornstad who fell some time
ago while, playing and suffered
a broken leg. Candy and welners.
were sent to film- . !
Present were Cora Marie Mc
Gilchrist, Francis and De Loris
Thompson. Amenta and j Junior
Jones 'and Evelyn Cane. - :
Officers serving this term are:
Amenta Jones, president ;.j Evelyn
Cane,- vice president; - Armold
Thornstad, secretary ; Francis
Thompson, treasurer. ",-v v ; ;
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Held at Hubbard
HUBBARD. Jan. 30 ! Dr. C.
C. Dauer, school physician of the
county health unit, had charge of
the last of the toxin-antitoxin
clinics Wednesday when ; 48 per
sons "were given the 'third treat
ment for diphtheria and 24 were
vaccinated for smallpox, i ,
- Dr. Dauer was assisted by Miss
Jaunita Johnson, county nurse,
Mrs. -George Knight, Mrs. George
Grimps and 'Miss Helen Knight.
MRS. BARTRUFF MOURNED
MIDDLE GROVE. Jan. i 30.
The community mourns the loss
of Mrs. Kate Bartruff, known-to
her many friends and acquaint
ances as "Aunt Kate". She had
been a resident of Middle Grove
for j 20 years, . coming . here with.
her: husband anr son,' who pro
ceeded her to the grave, from
Jonesboro. 111.. In 1911. j
Heartfelt sympathy is . extend-
ed i to those who are left to
mourn.- : - j .-' '
: MEASLES HIT SCHOOL
- JEFFERSON! Jan. 30v- .Mrs.
W. ! F. - Gulvin, teacher ; of the
Looney Butte school, reports .that
the enrollment at her school is
rather small at present owing t
an epidemic of "measles. Eight of
her pupils are absent on account
of the disease, ...... r -
MM. BROWN '
DIES AT MARION
a majority, or plurality of 1000
votes, may allow his excess votes
to be given to some other mem
ber of his party, running la an
other district. Thus no votes
cast for a winning delegate are
"wasted", the excess being -utilized
to bolster weaker political
positions. . ; "
- Minuter Brodie 'said that bri
bery was not permitted in distri
buting these votes, the Finnish
government having 1 worked out
a set basis of allocation of exeess
votes.; q ; j - - - ?
Mr. and Mrs. Brodie will leave
within a fortnight for f Finland
after -spending a number of
weeks at home In Oregon City.
They are 'enjoying their-stay in
the northern country more than
In ' Slam, where Mr. Brodie was
once minister, principally ; be
cause of a climate -more like, that
of Oregon and because the more
democratic form of government
in Finland, allows- the people to
have a hand In government
which makes a decidedly more
Interesting situation tor a visit
ing American, accustomed - to
consider politics as one of his
major Interests. -: " v
COURT DOCKET IS
DALLAS. Jan. 30 The crim
inal -docket of the circuit court
was finished this week and ; the
civil cases next week will end the
session until April.
Judge Walker pronounced sen
tence jon Martin Wilkinson, guilty
of forgery, and Archie Wilkinson,
guilty of non-support of his chil
dren Friday. Saturday, Judge
Walker wii lsentence D. C. Sim
mons for larceny in a dwelling.
At , the same time, Judge Walker
will Investigate the question . of
sexual perversion Indicated by the
articles stolen and those found in
Simmons possession. '
The civil docket of the court Is
Friday. Jan. 30 Worrell Vs.
Eatell. an auto damage case, over
an accident in West Salem.
Monday. Feb. 2 The equity
case of Williams vs. Knapp.
Tuesday and Wednesday Polk
county vs. Kirkpatrick. This Is a
suit to secure the right of way
through Kirkpatrlck's field to
straighten out the dangerous
curve in the highway at the Dim
mick hill. r
Thursday A contested divorce
suit of Boyer vs. Boyer.
Friday Another contested di
vorce suit, Lutx vs. Luts.
WEST SALEM P. T. A.
WEST SALEM, Jan. 30 Fea
tures of : special interest at the
Parent-Teacher meeting Friday
evening will be an address by
Mrs. La - Molne Clarke, principal
of Leslie junior high school and
a debate between f grade school
pupils of West Salem and Brooks.
Mrs. Clarke's subject will be
"The Ultimate Objective of the
Parent-Teacher association" and
the subject for debate Is "Re
solved that the southern states
were Justified in -seceding from
Other interesting numbers on
the program will be a skit by pu
pils of the school and a question
box. to which all are invited to
Good Cheer Class
Holds Meeting at
Home o f Teacher
TALBOT, Jan. 30. -The Good
Cheer Sunday school class met
at the home of their teacher,
Mrs, Albert - Cole," recently for
Its regular monthly , meeting.
Phyllis Cole was elected secre
tary for the coming year follow
ing : the resignation of Geo.
Brown. " ' ?
After the business meeting ad
journed the entertainment com
mittee .had charge." At a late
hour refreshments were served
to the" following . class members
and friends r Ida Belknap, Kiela
Calavan, " Lolsel Mathews, 'Georg
ia Gilmour, Phyllis Cole, Virginia-
Belknap, Clair Calavan,
Desmond 'Baker, Dale Behna,
Mac" Calavan, Don Smith," Willis
Hart, ' Mrs. Jake , Gilmour, Mr.
and " Mrs. Gilbert . Belknap,
George and 4 George . and John
Parts were visitors for the ' eve
ning.. - '- - '.l.':rf -i ' .
Plans to Observe
GERVAIS, Jan. 30. Sunday
evening : at y the v Presbyterian
church the Christian Endeavor so-,
ciety will observe the 60th anni
versary of the organization of the
society. Members of the local so
ciety will have full charge of the
program.- There 'will be special
music and special speakers. :
All former members of the so
ciety living here or elsewhere are
expected to be present. '. -..:.(,,
Add to Treasury
INDEPENDENCE, Janf 30
A group of the Methodist wom
en served hard, time dinner , in
Tuesday ' evening,, -; The tables
were docorated in . pussy-willows
which are In. bloom -so early this
va r .a . nuul . Attnda.nM wa
present-and. a neat sum. will be
israea us treasury. , .
Middle Grove Folk Hear In-J
teresting Account Indian
Folk and Manners !
' MIDDLE GROVE, Jan. JO.
Rev. Joseph Rexnicsek, .mission
ary - on furlough from - Bharosa
Ghar Mission. Bhatpar Rani,- In
dia gave an inspiring address en
his work there, at the Middle
Grove church .Wednesday night.
This service took the place of
the regular mid-week Vprayer
A number . of curios were
shown. ; among; them being sev
eral' different ' kinds of . gods,
beads and trinkets charm
strings, : the skins of poisonous
snakes which had been killed by
Mr. Regnlcsek, and farming im
plements, uses of which corres
ponded to the use of the mower,
binder and. plow. 1 '
- There was, also a spice "grind
ing apparatus : composed- of a
large and small stone, and a mill
wheel for grinding grain also ot
stone; several .musical instru
ments, a brass -howl commonly
used to eat from and some bas
kets of dyes grasses, made . by
girl brides as they whlled away
time which otherwise would
hang heavy on their hands, since
there was not enough work for
them all in caring for the one
home of which they were, all a
part, and must stay Inside for
three years after marriage, aft
er which time they might - ven
ture forth . providing the face
was kept covered.
Every article shown had an
interesting story, an explanation
which brought before the audi
ence a vivid picture of the ignor
ance and superstitions which ex
ist in India.
Rev.' Regnlcsek' sang, a hymn
in Hindu and the 'scripture
which he used In his address
was. read from a bible bound in
real crocodile leather from a
crocodile ' which he himself had
killed. At the close of the meet
ing two persons were dressed to
show the native garb of men and
women in India. f ;
Rev. Regnlcsek expects, to re
turn soon to again . take up his
work in this part of God's king
dom where light is so much
needed and so welcomed . by
those who hear. ,
Prayer meetings rill be held
In various parts of the city by
members of the First Baptist
church in preparation for i the
coming of Dr. James A. Suther
land, well-known evangelist and
Bible teacher of the Moody Bible
institute staff, who will begin a
series : ot meetings February : 8.
Twelve prayer meetings, -besides-
the regular Wednesday eve
ning meeting, are being ar
ranged. The regular attendance
has shown a remarkable' growth
and baptisms have been fre
quent, says the pastor. Dr. W. H.
Robins. The atmosphere of the
church has changed entirely. - - r
Later on in the year Miss
Christabel Pankhurst, the great
leader in . the fight-' for "woman
suffrage, a master of world eco
nomics and a" renowned lecturer
on prophetic subjects, has prom
ised to give a aeries- of ad
HEACOCK TO SPEAK
W. H. Heacock, prominent busi
ness man "of Portland, will be the
guest speaker at the S o'clock ves
per services at the South Salem
Friends church Sunday, announc
es the pastor. Rev. Charles C.
Mr. Speaker is an Interesting
and live speaker. He has recent
ly spent some time in Canada
studying the working of the Can
adian liquor Jaws? He will have
something of special interest and
Importance to say on the prohibi
tion question, says Rev. Haworth.
With Mrs. C. Cole
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ROSEDALE, Jan. 2 9. An an
day meeting of. the missionary
society was neld Wednesday at
the home of Mrs. C A. Cole, i A
covered - dish -' -luncheon was
served at the noon hour. - The
time was' spent ln; quilting. -
Those 'present for all or part
of -the day were: - Mrs. - E.' Can
noyr - Mrs"' Tricki Mrs, Haldy,
Mrs. - J. D. Alexander, Mrs.' Flora
Brownlee. Mrs. . Norman Alex
ander, Mrs. F. Morse, Mrs. Ha
ger, 'Mrs. Stroud, Mrs.. W. S.
Pemberton, Mrs. Heckart, Mrs.
M. Cammack, Mrs. D. C. - Pear
son, and Mrs. Huff. ,
To be Wednesday
At Ford Church
. A Woman's Christian Temper
ance Union convention will be
held at the Ford Memorial
church beginning at 10 Wednes
day morning,' February 4. La
dies from neighboring cities 'will
attend. - . : ' ' ' '
Official board,' Sunday school
board and board of stewards of
the church- will meet Monday
night,- February 2. - Other meet
ings include: t Bible study and
prayer meeting .Wednesday 7:30
p. m.; choir, practice Thursday
at- 7:15 . p. m.,i.and orchestra
practice C:30 p. m.
T VESPER SEME
ZJisisa sctssTow sTAironiJOAt
JtXDDLE GftOVE Ckanh Kkl 19
S.M. T. r. Wlkr, 8ni. WortUp at.
11, tabjeet, "Wht Pryr Ztoa far Hit
iaas," h- Umoij wit tb W. M. 8.
imj mt irsrr for sftistiras pretrus.
Quarterly mimumi, aveaiay oopr
tioa with Salea ckarekas ia Crmu for
Twptnac. Prmyr neat io( nni tbl
atady Wcdntd7 aTaaiBg. - - : ; .
ULBISH CESTEK Ckwreh sekaolilO
a.B. . W; A. Starkar. Sopt. t X. U a K.
t T p.m. - Qaaiterfy - eomaaAioa with
T. B. Calrer. pruldiar aldar af th
PertlBBl-Prt Stw4 - 4iatnc ia ehavsa.
waa alao wiUpraaca at 8 alack. Prajrar
aieattng sad Bikla, tdy Tkariday va
ULBAB ULKB Charck aekool a1l0
a. at. W. F. Collar. Bopt. Jr E. I. OJJB.
at 11. Xiaa Maria HaroM.j Sapt. It
ainf eoaparatioa with Salem ehnrehaa ia
Craaada for TamperaBca. H. K. Schailar-
Tkraa atilea aortk t Salaaa aa Ika
Wkaatlaad raad. JCaatiaga kald Is
Ktisar sehoaUiaaaa. ' Hayaa Baall, paator.
Saaday school eaareati at 10 . o'clock
with daparlnaata for all acoa. Joa. . E.
Bartrai f, 'Bopt. : Keisar plana to Joia
with Salom charehoa in obsorraaea of
prohibition .Saadar. Honing ooaviea
at 11, o'clock. -Theiaa: "ProhibJtioa
-Moral laaaa. .. ; . . . j
Comer Hotel and Academy straata.
Baaday aehool at 10 a-au Loeaoa: DoaC
Srd ohaptar. Proaehiar at 11 am. sad
7:80 p.au ITics Bath Tibbita wUL pak
at 11 o'clock. Mid-week praror and
taetimony moetiasa Tharaday aTeiEf , at
T:SO. - hi-'! I '
' - ST. TAtnVsV- EPISCOPAli 1 f
Corner Chareh and Chemeketa atrecta.
Bar. Oeorga Swift, - roctor. t Holy
eoBataaiov T:SO,aA Holy Eachariat
and aertnoa 11 Chareh i school S5
a.m. Vespen at 4 p.an whoa the CrU
rrieaaiy society win Be aammea.
miT CHTTBCH OP CHMIT.
- acnartiST ,!.(.
ChomohoU and Liberty atreeta. Baa'
day oerrioea at 11 ia the morn in f aad
S in tho craning-. Sobject. 1oo.,,
Sander oehaol at 0:45 and 11 a.m. Too.
timomial aneting erery Wodsoeday araa
inr at S. Reading room at 40 Maaoaia
Templa opea from 11 tm S:90 except
Saadaya aad holidaya. . ;
- mST BAPTIST ' ! j
Corner of Korth Uborty aad Martea
atrocta. William H. Jiohini. pastor. Ka
gatar aarricaa Saaday. Biblo aehool at
6:45 with elaeeea for all agca aada
competent leadership. Mr. Vrod Broer,
Sapt. Morning worehip at 11. - Preach'
ing by the paitor. Subject: f The Heart
of Trne ChnatUnity." Orgaa prclada by
Miaa MUler. -t Belectfon by the choir.
Tonag people's meetings at i 6:30. .Ev
ening awagelUtia aerriea at T:80. Bong
aerrico ia charge of Mr. Broer. Pre
lude measage: "What'a Behind Thia Wet
Propaganda f" Sermon anbject: "The
Fatal Choice, or a Society Womaa'a
Folly." Wadaetday arenlag prayer aad
praiao aerrieea at 7:80. Friday night
rernlar Salem Cnioa Bible elassea lat
7:30. " .. ,'- , - '
FIBST- GZBJfAN BAPTIST !
North Cottage and atreeta. G. W.
Satach, minister. Sunday aehool 9:45
a.m. Sam Schirmao, Sapt. Serrica 11
a.m. ermoa topic, "Iioto That Passath
Knowledge." Choir anthem. Obser
vance of tho Lord 'a Sapper following
the morning Sjerrieo. Tho pastor will ho
hack from hia S weeks evangelistic cam
paign held ia Amerieaa Falls, Idaho, and
will give aa address on Missions, illaa
tra ted with atereoptical alidaa at 7:80
p.m. Sunday. - The -devotional meeting
of the B. ?. P. V. wil Ibe led by the
pastor. Begnlar mid-week prayer aer
rico at S p.m. Wednesday.
' SAXTATIOV ABHT
241 State street. Adjutant B. Tar.
aer of divisional headqaarters, -Pertlaad,
will apeak at the 11 o'clock; aerriea oa
"ProhibttioB, a. Moral I sane." The
Corps No. 4 Army Bead from Portland
will appear daring the day at the Boys'
school. Woodbarn, SUte T. B. Hospiul.
and will also do . some advertising on
the atreeta of Salem, prior to the'hlg
mass meeting at the Armory at 7:80. ; A
30-mioate concert wui M given at tae
Armory from 7 to 7:30.
rravf nnKoicaiTioxii. i
- Center and Liberty atreeta. Charles
E. Ward, aaator. Sanday achoo :45
a.m. Morning worship 11 o'clock; ih
iect: "Cooperatiea for Moral Eefomu"
Evening worship 7:80; TJnlon Service of
all Salem chnrchee at the Armory. .
COtTRT STXOBXT CB3I8TIAV . L
. 17th and Conrt street. - B. P. Shde
maker, minister, 345 8. Winter - atreat.
Phono 589-J. Bible aehooL S :43 a.m.
Mm. Prank Marshall, Sapt.1 Homing
warship 11 a.m. Subject.. "Cooperation
Por Moral Reform. Christian Endeavor
S.OO p.m. Evening Union Bally at Ar
mory; 7:30 - p.m. Board meeting; Mon
day aight. Aid meeting, Wednesday aad
Friday. Mid-week, meetinge W ednesday.
7 :30 p.m. - "
. BOtTTH SAXXM PBIEJrDS .
BoaU Commercial - at Washiagtaa
atreeta.;. Chaa. C. Haworth. paator. Sun
day services 10 a.m. Sunday achoo L, Na
than t Cook, Supt. 11:00 Morning war
ship, germon : 'Prohibltionj a Moral
lasnei" Special- aiuaio , by the ojnartet.
p.m. Vesper aerrieea. tw, H. Heaeockj
a prominent business man .of Portland
will apeak. Come out ts hear him at, 5
p.m. Thursday 7:30 p.m. Prayer meet
big ' and Bible atndy. Onr aeriea , ml
meetings will begin Pehmary; 15 under
the leadership of Chester A. Hadlej of
. Begnlar' church serrtcea -will Vf held
t- w . . tr.Hii KuHm eksKk HuadaT
morning with Bee. J. 6. Mintoa. patter
ia charge. Bible aehool will he at JO
a'eleek. Preacntnr . aervicoe . a
o'clock. . j ; v
'.'' niiTin TT w
North 17th and Nebraska foeta. ,U
W. Biddia. pastor. Sanday aehool 9:9
a-m. Merniag worship 11 o'clock: sab
Jeett -Cooperation for Moral .Bwtorm."
Combined service program. Evening wor
ship, T:30 o'clock. Prohibltioa Mass
Meeting at . tho , Armory. . 4 ; j .. ,
, - " BIOHXAKO' PBIXaTSS .
- Corner Hlghlaad. aad Chareh atreeta.
Edgar P. Sima, pastor. Bible school 10
a.m K. M. Beckett. Sapt. Morning eer
rlem 11 a.m. Merria Heacock of Portland
will speak oa. the ProhiWtUai aueatioa.
Mr," Heaeeek la Supt. oa Temperance for
Oregon Yearly Meeting aad haa recently
heea, ia Canada atodying thai so-called
Government . CoatTa' . 3 aalor Cs E.
8:30 aad Sr. C. E. :0 p auj JEreniag
service 7:SO. Subject 'The End-time
Separation." - thia aubjeet .ia i PropheUe
aad "at hand.'N Bible Propheey Moa
day 7:80 p.m. Prayer meeting. Thursday
7:30 P-m. -;. ' j : : j' .
V pinsT TnmAJt&XX-; :
-Korth, Cottage and Chemeketa atreeta,
Ber, Fred. Alban WetC 'miairteT. Chdreh
aehool at 10 am, Miles H. McKey.
Sapt, Chareh aerrico at 11 -a.m. --Sorr
moa: 'The BenaseeBCe' o. Edna .St.
Tiaeeat Millay and a Coaiidsratioa af
AtpeeOoa.,' Mrt. Trama Haatoa.- So
loist. Mrs. Walter A.. Denton, organist.
:YasurnT T.TCTB af.
'Winter aad Jefferson streets.
Fooke, Jr, pastor. Saaday aehool ;at
S:4S a-m. H. B. Carpenter. Bapt. Mora-
ing worship at 11 a-sv. Bermon whmi
"Cooparatioa ia Moral Beferm.r' Ivaa-
Mrs. W. & fiorton
iWm Speak at Leslie
1 On Sunday Morning
ilrs. W. B. Norton, f leM j
representatiTe of the Worn-;
Foreign Miseloaary eo-i
ciety . . Of the Methodist ;
churches, will be the speak-j
er at the morning worship;
hour Ssmday at tho Leslie);
Memorial chnrdi. ; " i 1 !
; ' airs. Norton liae'traTeled:
la India, and there yisitedi
with GhandL She has also
made aa extenslTe stady of
the reform goTernment tat
tlutt' covatry. it i -"': '
: She WiH speak on the pro- f
hibltlon theme Sunday morn
lit;, with special regard to
Its tinternatloaal J coinplieay:
V SPEAIER t
Oliver P. Coshow, former Judge
- of the state sapresne court, who
' win address the city-wide pro
' hibltlon rally to be held. Bau
day night at the armory.
lag service ia aatted rally at the Armory,
Judge O. P. Coshow, speaker. The three
yonng people's groups will meet at 5
Ka. to launch aa inter-League contest,
a meeting will bo ia charge of the
sareo preaiaenie ot ine gronps. ;
- rvAvaxxzsTio tabbshaczji
Thirteenth aad Ferry streets. C. 6.
Weaton. pastor. Saaday aehool at 1:45
p.m. Church service at 3 p.m. The en
tiro chareh -will meet at the Armory in
the evening to cooperate ia the great
Prohibition . rally. Evangelist W. Vf,
Clark will speak at the Sunday afternoon
aerrico aad each night through the -week
at 7 s45, except Monday. Prayer meet
ing every afternoon at 3:80.
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i SAXEK BAPTIST TEXPZJB i
Robert L. Payne, minister. Fraternal
Temple, Center street betweea High and
Liberty. Bible aehool t:45. Preaehiag
service II o'clock. Sermon topic, "By
Ged'e-Grace. That No Maa Can Board."
Tonag people'smeeting 6:80. No preach
ing service . at Evening hoar,- ia order
that congregation caa attend meeting at
Armory. Prayer meeting Thursday ev
- CHBIST Z.T7THZBJUr '
(Am. Lath. Synod) ' 1
1 Eighteenth and State. Rev. Amos E.
Minneman. A. M. : Phone 8726. Sennaa
9:45 a.m. subject: "Earnest Admonition
Not to Misa tho Glorious Reward."
English 11. sain, subject: ."God - Will
Keep His Own ia the Hoar of Tempta
tion." Sunday aehool 9:40 a.m, Mrs.
Amos E- Minneman, Sapt. German even
ing services 8:00 p.m. Subject: "The
Great Ambition of John Bea Zebedee." '
Lather League 7:00 p.m. Laura Minne
man, leader. - .
ST. JOHN'S LTJTHEBAN (Its. Synod)
- North 16th aad "A" streets. Bev. H.
W. Gross, pastor. Saaday aehool 9:00
a.m. English service 9:45. German at
11:00 with Holy communion preparatory
GLAD TIDINGS MISSION
' 851 Court street. ; C. 8. Johnson, pas
tor. Sunday aehool at 9 p.m. Services
at 8 and 8 p.m.- Mee tinge Tuesday,
Thurf day and Saturday evenings..
' . KNIGHT 1CEMOBIAI.
H. C. Staver. minister. Morning wor
ship at 11. Bermon "Concerning Pro
hibition. Quarter "Incline Thine Ear
to Me," Himmel. Sunday aehool at 10
a.m. C. C. Harris, Supt. Young People's
meetings at ,6:80. No evening aerriea.
We joia with tho ehnrehaa ia the aaiea
meeting at the Armory. . , .. :,-- J.
PIJaST CHTJBCH 'OP,, GOD V r
Corner Hood aad Cottage streets. sO.
W. Hatch,-pastor. Phone 1580-J. Morn
ing aeTTiee 11 a'clock. Subject: '"What
Caa Wo Do About ProhlbitUa 1" Cniea
aorriee at Armory ia the evening.- Saa
day aehool 10 a.m, Joha Taa Lyderref,
Sapt.- Mid-week prayer aerrico 7:30
P.m. Wednesday. Voung people's maat
iag 6:30 pja. - ' . ''' -
'- 'TXaMT SP1JUTOAXIST ' - I- '
- Servieee held at. NeUon building; Chi
meketa. street, between Liberty aad. Com
merriaj at 7:30. Speaker, Rot. - Lue-Ua
La Valley. Topic: "Continuity of Life,
aa dthe so called Death." Meaiagea.
Circle, from 5:30 to 7 by accredited me
diums. v :
CHBISTIAN AND XXSSIONABT
r "tTIIIUS TllllSlCt.S
S5S Ferry atreet. . Louise Piaaell, paa
tor. f- Phone ; 753-. - Servieea 1 1 - a.m;
Duet' by Lowell - and. Arlcne Wykoff.
Sanday - school 9:45 m.m - M D.'Ut
m.. Runt. T. P. 8. at 8:30. Even
ing meeCing at the armory. Tuesday ev-
ening prayer, ana iauowbdip bswmxib- Mr
by Joe W ilson. Thursday evening-X. P.
8, Cottage prayer meeting. Friday, "BI
hle atndy oa Job. - - j: v-;;"A; .j.
: ixsije14oixai. I- -
' South Commercial and atyera sirens.
Pastor, . S. Dsriow Johnson. - Rostdenee
S4t E. Myers stmot.- Phone S764. Ser
vice 11 a.m. Sermon topics: "Coopera
tion for Moral Before" -by Mrtv V. B.
horton. BpeeUl muaio, "I Will Nerer
Leave Thee." (Holfa). Saaday aehool
9:45 a.m.. Stearns Cashing, Supt. No
young people's meeting or evening Ser
rica at thia eharch Sunday. -j
1 OAXVABT BAPTIST ' ' 1' "
J Bodgera building. High- aad Perry
afreets. W. Eari Cochran, pastor. Chareh
school 9:40 bjs. Beginning contest
with the First Baptistcharch,' Coreallis.
W. T. Jenks, Supt. - .Family -Aesembly
19:80, Junior church and, preaehiag
10:50 o'clock. A. U: aabjeet: -"What
ia Bight With the Eighteenth Amend
ment' r pastor. - Anthem- "The -Earth ia
the Lord'a" (Hayaer). Throe B. Y.'a
6:80 p.m. Union meeting of charehea
ia the Armory at 7:80 p.m. Monday ev
enina; 7:30 Chareh School " Buainesa
meeting.. Wodneaday 6:15 -p.m. potlaek
dinner. "9:40 two leadership training
eiasaea; 7:80, Prayer Meeting; .8:80,
Church Business meetiag. ,
FOBS MSVOBXAI. X. E. COManiNITT
--Gerth areana and Third street. Mere
dith A. Groves, pastor. Saaday; aehool
9:5 a.m. Morning -worship .-11:0
o'clock: subject: "Cooperation la Moral
Reform." Special- music includea piano
voluntary by Miss Tru la Grant. Chorus
by Junior choir aad offertory by orches
tra. Evening aerviee dismissed -for the
Prohibition Mas Meeting at the armory.'
-Two- ytyonf People's- - meetlnga:., 6:00
'clock. Junior church 11 a.nw . ; '
-: -: ;"-prasT u. B.' " -i- -
Chareh. aad State atreeta. B Earle
Parker, pan tor. Sunday aehool 9:45
a.m. Morning worship 11 a'clock; aub
jeet: "Cooperation For Moral Reform."
Evening worship 7:30. ' PartieJpatiag ia
the Prohlbitioa Mass-Meeting at Salem.
Armory. 11 a.m. Junior chareh, Mra.
K. M. Leckeneur. leader. ' ' ' "
FREE METHODIST . 4 '
- Market aad North Winter atreeta. I J.
R. Stewart, paator. Sunday school at
9 :45 aja. Emory Goods, -Supt. Morning
worship at 11 o'cloek.; Bermea 1, by
EvaageKtt W.;W. McCormiek of Seattle,
Wash in ft op. 'Revival servieea continu
ing with Rot. McCormiek preaching
each evening at 7:30 e'eloek. T. P. 8.
will meet at 6:30 o'clock whoa the aeo
ond in a. series of stadias en the Taber
nacle in the Wilderness; will bo givea,
t-mory nteas, leader. - -
- Comer of Winter and Chemeketa
atreeta. . Graver C. Birtchet, D. I.. paa
tor. Sunday school at 9 :S0 a-m. Clasaea
for all agea. L. M. Ramage. SupC
Morning worship. II o'clock. Senmea ay
the pastor, "John. Barleycorn' a Choit."
Anthem by the choir, '.'Let Mount Hob
Rejol-e" Herbert). Solo.' Tho Liv,
lag God"- (O'HarST Miss Thekaa. Davis.
Orgaa.. sum hers. "Hymn at the Nans"
(Wely, "March ia BhV (Volekmar)
Christian Endeavor SocteUea meet at
6:30 p.m. There will be aa evening aer
viee hero ae our congregation la Joialag
with ethers ia- the maaa meetiag at . the
Armory. Mi-woea prayer service at
7:39 a'clock -Thwrsday. Dr. -Birtcher
.leads th study, and aa the theme for
tho aext few weeks 4a, "The Massage
aad Miaaioa at the ah arch.'' '
FT ST CHURCH OP "THB NAZASENB
One hloek south at Oeator- aa 19th
street. Bar.' FleUher Galloway, pastor.
Residence 475 North 84th atreet. phoao
3809-W. Sunday services as follows:
11 a.m. "Cooperation ia Mora Reform."
Solo, Mrs. Fletcher Galloway. .7:80 p.m.
No aerriea. All are urged to attend the
Srohibitioa rally at the Armory. Boa
ay school 9:45 a.m. P. M. Litwiller.
Sunt. N. T. P. 8. aad Junior Society
in Mission m
West Salem Church Group
; Learns of Work From
F.1rs. W. B. Norton
WEST SALEM. Jan-lnO. Mrs.
WTB. Norton addressed members
of the Women's Missionary society
Wednesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. J. A Gosser. 350 King-
wood arenue. Mrs. Norton, whose
present nome is in rpmana, is
field representatire of the Colum
bia rlrer- branch of the Women's
Foreign Missionary society ot the
Methodist" Episcopal church and
her message dealt with! the need,
material, moral and spiritual, of
India's i millions. The speaker
gare first hand Information, bar
ing spent much time ia India,
where her son-in-law. Iter. S. W.
Clemer. Is superintendent of. the
Delhi district. While la India In
the course of a recent trip around
the world with her husband. Dr.
W. B.-Norton,' Mrs. Norton met
and became acquainted! with the
world-famed Mahatma! Gandhi,
whom she describes as an admir
able Christian character, v j
The meeting at Mrs! Gossers
was the regular monthly, silrer tea
of the missionary society and Mrs!
Norton's address were) preceded
by a short business session, with
Mrs. J. W. Simmons presiding.
Mrs. M. A. Grores led the devo
tional period, which was followed
by an educational game involving
scriptural characters. . Misses
Trula Grant and Robert! Peterson,
both teachers In the West Salem
schools, gave two musical num
bers, after which the refreshment
committee served a dainty lunch
eon. , Miss Mildred Simmons and
Miss Helen Gosser assisted in serv
ing. About 30 ladles enjoyed the
Mrs. Norton made a second ad
dress Wednesday evening In Ford
Memorial church on evangelism In
India and China. Mrs. Norton was
an over-night" guest at i the par
sonage. 0 ' j i
1TTEHDED BY !H
' KEIZER. January JO-i-A group
from the Keiser Ladles Aid at
tended the district aid t meeting
held in the Methodist church at
Pratum Wednesday. Ah Instrue-J
tlve and interesting program was
presented. Rev. M. A. Marcy, dis
trict of the M. E. church, presid
ed. I -r-
Those motoring toPratum were
Mrs. C A. Poole, president of
Kelzer ladies aid; Lois Keefer. secretary-treasurer
of the laid, -Mrs.
J. C Ackerman, Mrs. Ben Clag
gett, Mrs. F. A. McCallj Mrsj M.
F. Bllven. Mra. Q. N. Thompson,
Mrs. Howard Bllven, Mrs B. S.
Neel, Mrs." Joe Bartruff, Mrs. W..
E. .Savage and son MHton. '
W. E. Savage and C. lA. Poele
went as chauffeurs for two cars.
Free Methodist y
To Start Sunday
:-: i. i
. A series of evangelistic sermons
will start Sunday morning at the
Free Methodist church on Market
and North . Winter streets, an
nounces Rev. J. R. Stewart, the
pastor. Rev. Wilbur McCormiek
of Seattle will be the visiting
evangelist with Rev. Stewart as
sisting. : . . j .-
The revival camoalrai will con
tinue, each night at 7:3p-oJelockv
IND EP ENDJENCE, t , J nl' " 20.
Justlce . J. G. Mcintosh who ' has
been very 111 at his home for the
past , month, is . regaining his
health, and. is able to be out for
short walks. .'- It ,, will j be some
time before he will be vable to
resume 'his official work again.
Governor Greets I -T
Yonng Folk Who
Go on CitylTour
' - A group of 42 youag peo
ple from the. Jason Lee
church went on aa educa
tional tour Friday to cele
brate the end of the firsi
semester of school work.
The yoaths vtnited . the
legislature aad were receiv
ed , by the governor. They
also visited the blind school,
the Oregon Pulp and Paper
company's plant and the
pump hoase and laboratory
- of the - Oregon-WaahJngtoa
Water company. s -j
, The tour was conducted .
by Iesel Adlard, assisted by
Mrs. Gordon Black. ! " '
DISTRICT II W
F-" - ;
- V - .
Churches Joining Hands to
Reawaken Interest in
Salem persons are attaching
considerable Interest and impor
tance to the city-wide prohibition
rally to be held under auspices ot
the churches of the city at the
armory Sunday; nfght, j ; .
Interest in the ever-controversial
prohibition subject has been
whetted the past two weeks by pub
lication Of the Wlckersham report
and by the effort of certain Ore
gon legislators to get the matter
before the people again, in this
state at least. I
For the Sunday nig lit rally,
which the leaders hope will Jring
a reawakening to the study of wet
and dry problem, Oliver P. Co
show, former Judge of the state
supreme court, will be the mil a
speaker. Rev. P. W. lEriksen,
president of the Salem Ministerial
association, will preside.
The Salens ministers who hare
agreed to. cooperate by' closing
their churches Sunday night are:
Rev. B. - Earle Parker, First
Methodist; Rev. Hugh B. Fouke,
Jr., Jason Lee; S. D. i Johnson,
Leslie Memorial church;! Rev. G.
W. Rutseh, German Baptist; V,
Earle Cochran, Calvary I Baptist;
H. G. Leinkemper, Bethany re-
formed; D. J. Howe, First Chris
tian; B. F. Shoemaker, Court
Christian; C. E. Ward, First Con
gregational; H. C. Stover, Knight
Memorial Congregational; C. W.
Hatch, Church of God; CM.
Rounds, Emanuel Full Gospel
Mission; A. P. Layton, First
Evangelical; C. C. Haworth,
South Salem Friends; Miss -Tib-bets,
Immanuel' Baptist; P. ;YV
Erlcksen, American Lutheran;
West Salem Methodist, Rer., M.
A.' Groves; First Presbyterian,
Rev. c. C. Birtchet; Free Meth
odist, Rev. J. R. Stewart; First
Xazarene, Rev. F. Galloway; Sal
vation Army, Ensign E. M. Wil
liams; Seventh Day Adventist,
Rev. J. M. Comer; Castle United
Brethren, Rev. L. W. BIddle;! Y.
W,'C. A.. Mrs. Elizabeth Gallaher;
Y. M. C. A., C. A. Kells; Chris
tian Missionary Alliance, Miss
Louise Plaell; Evangelistic Taber-'
nacle. Rev. C. W. Weston; Fruit- ,
land, Rev. A. L. Fisher; Labisa
Evangelical Mission, Rev. H. R.
Scheuerman. The two Salem
unions of the W. C. T, U., are
also cooperating In the enterprise.
(MOT RALLY HERE
MIDDLE GROVE, Jan. SO.-A
group of young people frpm the
Middle Grove Christian Endeavor
society attended the county rally
held recently at the Knight Mem
orial church. j
The social hour, which preceded
the rest of the evening's activities,
was much enjoyed, as was tae
song service. This was followed
by the main address of the eve
ning, at which time Mr. Blew of
Woodburn spoke on Christian En
deavor, work and. what it means
to the church" and to Individuals.
. A large white birthday cake sur
rounded by B0 red candles remind
ed all of. the SOth anniversary of
the founding of Christian Ende v-
er. On either side of the cake were
photographs of the founder. Rev.
Frances Clark, and the present
president of the united society.
Rev. Daniel" A. Poling, f
Those attending from Middle.
Grove werer Norman and Alfred .
McAllister, Lola, Esther and Earl
Hammer, Mildred Wacken. KatbU
erlne and Harry RchartJ Rev. IT.
R. Scheuerman and Mr.
W. IL Scharf.
For Jefferson s
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JEFFERSON. Jan. 30. The v
Sunday school of the Methodist
church of Jefferson will meet at
10 o'clock on Sunday I morning.
Mrs. J. A. VanWinkle, te su
perintendent, .will have charge.
The special number this ' Sunday (
will' be given by the primary! de
partment. Morning worship will
be held at 11: o'clock ")rlth Rev.
B. .George Cole. - the pastor. In
the pulpit. The subject of the
sermon will be "The Lions Den".
This .will - be presented In a spe
cially Interesting-manner, for this
is the - regular - Sunday for the
Juniors to remain for church.
The sermon topic for the eve
ning will be "Moral Inability".
The- evening service will begin at
J ammaamsaam i i a a-aj a ai i I i. (
For Meet Monddy
The building committee and
board of trustees of the Castle
United Brethren church, North
17th and Nebraska, will meet at
the church Monday at 7:30
o'clock. i- .
The Woman's Aid will meet
Wednesday and the regular
prayer and bible study will be
Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock.
DRAWS LARGE GROUP
CALVARY BAPTIST CHUItCII
Rodgcrs Building , High and Ferry Sts.
Church School i: 40 a. m. beginning a con
test, - with First Baptist Church, CqrvaUis.
Jr. Church. . . '
A. M. Sermon 'What Is RJ&ht With Tle
Eighteenth Amendmenf Tastor. . i
Anthem": The Earth Is The Lord's' (Hey-
j ser) Three B. Ys :30 p. m.
P. IS.' Union Bleetlng of ail churches at the
Artnory at HOU o ckkk. - ,
Special music WELCOME
' W. Earl Cochran, pastor. : .
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