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The OHEGON STATESMAN, 'Salgai, Oreron, Tuesday Hernia-. February 3,' 1S31
4H CLUBS AT'.I
PARADING FOR BONUS CASH f
State and County Leaders
; Guests at Joint Meet
' v - mg Recently ?
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JIT. ANGEL. Feb.
Seymour, state- clnb leader.
dressed the leaders and members
of the Mt. Ansel 4-H clubs at
joint meeting held on January 28
He presented Mrs. Margaret Rltch
1 and Miss Theresa Dehler with
pins In recognition of their work
as local clnb leaders for more, than
Uva years. Both Mr. Seymour and
- Mr. Fox spoke to the leaders at
a' conference held after the joint
salon of the clubs.
-In his address H. Seymour
-told of clnbs he had rutted on the
Atlantic and Pacific coasts, and of
the Identical nature of the work
the clubs are doing throughout the
. United States. He congratulated
the Mt. Angel people on their co-
operatire spirit, and expressed
pleasure at the manner In which
the Sew Right Nine club conduct
ed the meeting and program. -
During the leader's conference.
Mr. Seymour spoke of the relative
alue- of the 4-H clubs to educa
tioo. Later a round-table discus
sion of club problems was' held.
Brothers to Hold
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Several hundred ex-service men
jofl the .United States AnnyV
marched on the Capitol in
Washington, D. C, to present'
their plea that the soldiers',
bonus - be paid Immediately.
Flags were flying . aud . the
streets rang with service songs
as the men marched in orderly
llnist, was enthusiastically greet
ed Sunday at her appearance at
mmanuel Toung People's society.
She was accompanied at the piano
by Hal Campbell. :
Other numbers on tne Sunday
afternoon program were a piano
SELVERTON. Feb. 2. : Miss solo by Lena Overland: a vocal
Irene Morley, talented young ylo-1 duet by Mrs. Conrad Johnson and
Mrs. . Jasper . Dullum .with '- Mrs.
Julia Dahl at the piano; and a
rocal solo by L. Torrekelson. Mrs.
Gladys Orerlund is president of
the organization. ;
! With a crop reported' 32 per
cent less than in 19 29, California
citrus growers received 1135.-000,000.
TURNER, Feb: 1 The former
announcement: for three special
meetings to be held at the Chris-
tion church, during the. week.- is
being - corrected, i as the vteltirig-
eTangeusts Dr., Jesse Keilum and
his brother Homer Keilum," find
they will hare bnt one free date,
that of Friday evening, February
. for tne Turner church.
- Plans are betas? laid for ia his?
rafly. with a crowded house, for
tbe. one meeting with a cordial
invitation extended to all.' The
chureh board Is inviting the con
gregation rto a' fellowship dinner,
to be held early in the evening of
the same date." ;
The pastor Rev. E. J. Cllstrao
took for his Sunday's, them "Re
ligious unity in tne Home" and
for; the evening sermon, "AdoK
escence and the Danger of
U IS IS HOSPXTAIi j r.
; BRUSH CREEK, Feb. r-Wal-
ter Goplerud. the son of Mr.
Mrs. : jo can C Goplerud. was tak
en a the Silverton hospital Sun
days where - he underwent ' an op
eration for tne removal of his
appendix. Walter was said to be
getting along very well following
the operation. He is .4 popular
pupa in tne Brush. Creek school
and the . rest of the school chil
dren report they miss him very
mncn ia tne day play and study.
kind to your
The advice of your
physician is: Keep
open air, breathe
deeply; take plenty
of exercise in the
and have a peri'
odic checkup on
the health of your
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HOLLTWOOIJ - Fb. T.iv-
Inr about Hollvwond'a nneHnrll
here is another victory. The soil
In "Hollywood Is so very fertile
that things Just have to grow. As
proof of this statement w tittmr
-the following; story. ' Some time
ago urs; J. J. Kleeman secured a
rose slip from a. friend in town,
took it home and planted It. car
ing for it In the usual manner. It
grew.-i. v-;iv-i..f--. .;
When It began to leaf Out and
send forth new shoots It was found
that this slip had? been -planted
with Its head -down and was grow
ing upside down. .- . r -
- (: For .tho past three, years - this
rosebush has sent forth Its leaves
and new . shoots but always la a
downward direction Instead of up-
waro. we irs just waiting for 4t
to bloom, to-iee it they will j be
upside down. too.
FIllS REAL HEED
Silverton Relief Agency
! Proves Valuable Dur-
glLVERTON, Feh. J.'Mrs. Ed
Holden,, Joint chairman wit lv Mrs.
F. IT. Powell of the Silverton
good will depot, told members and
friends of Trinity Toung people's
society at its meeting Sunday af
ternoon, what the elepot had been
doing, this past winter. , v
--..Mrs, Holden. briefly outlined the
work and gave a short history of
its origin. She told that to. date
the depot had eared for -50 fam
ilies with clothing and had been
furnishing- groceries for 1 .- Many
of these. i, Mrs. Holden said; .insist
ed on paying a little for the things
they got and this money was tura
ed over to a city welfare commit
tee which "used it In 1U work. The
rood will- depot. Mrs. Holden ex
plained, was organized under the
central welfare committee of the
city, - with Mayor , Eastman at its
head. The depot Is In the direct
charge of the Woman's club. -
1 Other numbers on the program
were a Piano solo, 'Vivian Buness;
vocal solo, , Mrs. Martin Tingle
stad; a reading, Althea Meyer;
selections by a girls' trio com
posed of Frances Nelson, , Emily
Frazer and Magna Hansen.
': In the absence of the president,
Oscar Setrum. Arthur Gottenberg,
vice-president, presided. -
GUEST AT HUBBARD
HUBBARD. Feb. 2 Lawrence
Kauffmah who has been operating
the! gravel plant for . the Atlas
construction company at Walter
villie, is spending a few days with
Mrs. Kauffman and his little eon
at-the -family home east of Hubbard.-
. Mr.: Kauffman exjects .to
return to Walterville Tuesday and
to assist, in moving the plant to
location near. Springfield where
Operation will begin . to. furnish
gravel for another contract.
BETHEL, Feb. 2The. Bethel
Dorcas clnb served a chicken
supper at the school house on
Friday evening. The supper was'
a real feast, but the attendance
was : disappointingly small. The
Benner family . of Salem were
present and gave a fine program
which was " very , much enjoyed
The members of the club wish
to express their sincere appre
ciation to. the Benners for the
- NEIGHBOR MOURNED "
BETHEL; Feb. 2-rThe Bethel-
community was ' deeply- grieved
by . the passing - away of their
friend and neighbor, Alfred Tay- '
lor, and desire to express their
sincere sympathy to Mrg. Ta7lor .
and ' her daughters, and the rela- .
tires.. . .'"
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