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Women Provide a Unique
"'Program for Friday
MACLEAY, Feb. 10 i Friday
night was woman's night; at the
grange meeting. The old fash
ioned country school was' j put on
with al! parts being taken by wo
men. ' ." ' 1
Mrs. H. E. Martin tool the part
at "teacher" and wdre a long
black skirt and white-shirtwaist
with a high, collar "and the' old
fashioned small etrln apron with
the' regulation lace toandkercbief
In the pocket.' : . !
Mrs. Jack Patton and Mrs. A.
Bowen were dressed as typical old
time farmer directors and . Mrs.
' John Tekenburg, Mrs. R.J McCal
1 later- aad Mrs. E. Tookerj as wo
man - Tiiitors coald hare stepped
oat of pictures taken 50 years
ago. , - - . - ! ;
Among the pupils could be' seen
as they marched la boys wearing
straw bats, boys wearing caps,
boys wearing knickers, boys wearing-
overalls, boys Wearing; rubber
boots and one fat VHttle'1 fellow
brought a fishing pole to school.
There were little girl with
curls, little girls with long! braids,
little, girls with pantalettes, a lit
tle girl. with a blue dress and bine
sun bonnet and one bashful little
girl that kept "her finger in . her
mouth and cried continually.
The pupil carried old fashion
ed tin dinner pails "" and were
called to school by the ringing of
a school bell that had been used
by a teacher, relative of:W. H.
Humphreys years ago. '
-. r . Program Varied
' After a session of class work
, the following; program 'was given
tor the benefit ol the directors
and visitors. , .-;' I
- Song by .school '.accompanist,
Ragedy Ann (Valera Amort).
Song by Jane Sm it hers and Ros
alie Smart (Mrs. W. Welch and
Mrs. D. Baker). . .
- Song by Johnny Smith and Jim
Smith, (Mrs. A. Mader, Mrs. M.
; Kephart). f
Recitation by Arabella What
: (Mrs. O. Baker). i
Song by Jack. Dolittle, Viola
Essay by Bill Smitl," (Mrs. M.
M. Magee). j .
Harmonica solo Golden Socks,
(Mrs. Frank Bowers). -.
Solo dance by Louisa" ! Wiede-
man (Margaret Magee). '
Essay by Sam Patch. . (Mrs. W.
Frtnk). v i
. Vocal solo Tom Sawyer!, (Mrs.
Paul Silke). . . , , . . j . -
. Song Tommy Snooks abd Jim
my Big, (Era Arnold, Marie Hi'
sel), - . ! -
During the business ' meeting.
W. A. Jones, Dan Wilson Frank
Bowers and M. M. Magee gave
short talks on measures; before
the. legislature and Albert Mader
gave an; account of the losfng of
six pigs by poisoning: from feed
ing prozen pumpkins. ".- iK
Mr. and Mrs. Charles j Baker
were given the" first and! second
degrees. The next meeting will
be held the third Friday S.n Feb
ruary. ' .
NORTH HO WELL. Feb. 13
The young people's dramatic club
of the grange will present their
play. "Beads on a String? at the
Bethany school, house next Fri
... day. evening, at the McCleay
grange hall on Saturday .evening
and at the Corrals city ball the
"following Monday night, j
Mrs. August Woelke. drove to
Portland Monday to see, her
.grandmother who Is very 'ill. !
4 Grandma Engebretson former-.,
ly lived In this community and
. has- , many acquaintances jhere.
Friends of Virgil Morgan will
be -glad to learn that"hi4 health
Is Improving. George Vinton, who
has also been ill for-most of the
past few months is also 3m prov
ing in health. i
Maurice Hynes, a student at
- O. S. C. spent the past week-end
with bis 'parents, Mr.- and Mrs.
Frank Hynes. " ;
J. S. Coomlerjs reported as be
ing quite 111. His manyi friends
' hope for speedy recovery. , ,
Mr, land Mrs. A. B. ;wie3ner
i drove to Corvallls Tuesday where
. Mrs.. Wiesner attended the grange
lecturers school in session there.'
. CAR SIDES WIPED
WACONDA, Feb. 1 1 0. An ac-
eldest was barely avoided whea
- the I Patterson car, driven by
Richard Patterson, was j given a
sideswipe when a woman-driver
attempted to .pass him; on ; the
highway - Tuesday. It appeared
that the motorist whoj by the
way, did not stop to determine
the : damage, tailed to S see .the
car coming , in the opposite di
rection when she pulled out to
pass Mr. Patterson. j
FIRST FIO RECALLED
AURORA; Feb;. 111 -4 Mr. and
Mrs. Chester Gllbre&th, motored to
Rainier Sunday -te-be with rela
tives. Upon thelsfretttrn they
hrnn.il m t tK Vfl.m
which recalled to the mind of Mrs.
Glibreath that the first tig tree
' that was ever brought to Wash
ington state was reputed to bare
been brought by he? grandfather
30 years ago from bis Kansas tig
grove. . i
4-11 CLUB MEETS '-
ROSEDALE. Feb. 10. The
cooking club of Mrs, Caldwell's
room at school held .their regu
lar meeting Friday. Tastes of
, demonstration as heretofore
the time was spent In recreation.
AMITY, Feb. 10. Miss Doro
thea Biggs, a senior of Amity
hio-h rhrvn1. was taken to the
McMinnville hospital-for minor
operation. , The latest reports
from her parents Indicate that
she is getting along very niceiy.
Brown eyes, . dark brown ' hair
and rosy cheeks of pretty Mad
emoiselle Jeanne Julian, chosen
as the most beautiful girl In
France and selected to represent
her country In the Internation
JIMMY FIXTT HAS SALE
Hubbard Repair Man
SHOES ARE :
AT iSTATE MEETirJE
Training School for , Camp-
fire Workers Held in:.
- i" Portland! Vk :
HUBBARD. Feb. 10
Helen Knight,. , guardian
Smiles Bluebird Girls j and Miss
Gnngadene Bidgood,. guardian of'
the Idaka Camp Fire . Girls, , at4
tended the - GuardiansT Training
institute under th, auspices of the;
Portland council February; fvT--.- ij.
A Shuntanka (meeting in coun
cil together) honor was awarded
to each guardian who was pres-
ent. : J- -r 'v ; ',. "" '. ;- f . . ; :- ., A
Manv helpful suggestions for
Camp Fire work word given,. the
girls in the ' splendid) program,
planned for the Institute. I
According to Miss Janet McKeli
ler, associate National Field secret
tary, Portland Is secoind. largest
la Camp Fire membership ChU
cago holding first place. ; . J
Miss Knight and Miss BIdgood
were overnight, guests at th
home of Mrs. ; r tchard Fields
head of the language department
of -.the Hubbard high school, durf
ing the time that they were in
Portland. ; ' S
s , 4
i Passes Away
AURORA, Feb. loi The ful
neral service of Mrs4 Elizabeth
Mohr was "held Monday, Febru
ary 9 at 2 o'clock, at her r.esij
dence ' northeast of Needy. Rev.
Dan Froyer conducted the servi
ives, . the burial was j in charge
of - S. f A. Miller, , at j the Rock
Creek! cemetery. f- : t
EUrabeth Mohr died Saturday.
February ' 7, at the age of 8?
years, 1 six months and 11 - days.
Herv husband preceded' her in
death ! twelve years ago, also
passing away ort February'?. 4
Her five living children are
Mrs. Ralph . Crim of: Hubbard.
Mrs. Flora A. Gregory of Molal
la, Mrs. Leona Hiatt, iPhllip t 11
Frederick Mohr. - - i. j
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I ; Kingwoocl
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KING WOOD, Feb. t 10. Sun
day afternoon callers (at the Tfl
Finley home wer Mr. and Mrs.
RePine. the Misses- Claudlne GQ
lespie; Dorothy TravisJ Elolae El
Hott, Ruby Davis. Gladys Van
Lydegraf, Gale Harvest and "R6f
Hasperson. , The . young people
who are members of the Church
of : God la North Salem often
sing tor the sick at Sajem bospi
tals and the primary object of
their Tisit attf the Fiialey home
was to sing for Dan Finley and
other members of the family who
have been ; 111. - Miss. Travis .Is fa
friend of the Flnleys -and for
merly lived in this neighborhood.
Mr.- and 'Mrs. Harry Badeau,
recent . arrivals front Everett,
Wn are living In the; John Rels
beck house on Cascade Drive. 1
, Mr. and Mrs. - Ellis P. White
of Longview, Wn.; were guests
from Friday-till Sunday evening
of Mrs. white s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J.' S. Cannoy.- Saturday aft
ernoon; guests at ' the Cannoy
home were Mtss Thilda Johansen
and Miss Lois Manning, both of
whom are employed at the 'state
bouse as was also Mrs. White be
fore ber marriage. i . ;
Mt. and Mrs. J. E. ; Olsson en
tertained extensively.! over the
weekend. ' Saturday guests , for j a
midnight supper were Mr. and
Mrs. W. Raynor, Harcld Ray nor
and Howard Raynor of Salem,
Mrs. Vern FLake of Dallas, Miss
Mildred Red path and Mrs.- Harry
Badeau. Sunday dinner and all
day guests .were "-Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Anderson, Mrs. i Anna An
derson and Mrs. Joanna Pearaoa,
all of Portland. - - f I .
-i t i . Mr-
- j - -
; 't. ' . .-' ' ,
al Beauty Tournament of Eu
rope, will find a keen competitor'
in the blond flaxen hair and
radiant smile of Fraulein Ruth
Ingrid Richard (inset), chose -as
"Miss Germany of 1ai.w
Collects Stock Rapidly
HUBBARD,- Feb. 10 .The
public sale sponsored by ? Johny
Yoder, proprietor of the Hubbard
Shoe shop, held at the old livery
barn In Hubbard Saturday after
noon was attended , by a crowd.
H. H. 1 Hostetler was Ore auc
tioneer and Harry West, the clerk.
Mr. Toder has been in the shoe
repair business at. Hubbard the
past $ years and during that time
has sponsored five sales. He car
ries second hand goods along with
the shoe repair business ; and he
quickly collects a shop f full of
used articles which -necessitates
a clearance sale. -
i Mr. , Yoder, known as "Johny
Fixit" because of his ability to fix
anything that needs fixing was
called upon to do a job of shoe re
pairing brought from -Klamath
Falls by patrons of his who re
cently made a visit In Hubbard.
! Everyone in Hubbard who -has
anything to fix finds their way to
Johny's - shop.
ROSEDALE, Feb. 10 Rev.
C. A. Hadley, a former . pastor
here, but' now general superinten
dent' of the Oregon' yearly meet
ing, occupied- the , pulpit at the
Friends church Sunday.
He gave in an interesting man
ner, a short history of each of the
meetings' or churches composing
Oregon yearly meeting. There are
about ; 24 churches which are
scattered over Oregon, Idaho and
Washington though : the major
ity are in Oregon. ,
S. D. BROWN ILL
LYONS, Feb. 10. S. D. Brown
Is seriously ill at hia home east of
town. Mr. Brown has been in poor
health for some time and late Fri
day be suffered a paralytic at
tack which left him in a very weak
condition and later in the night hei
developed a bad case of hiccoughs
which . continued throughout' the
night and Saturday. The ; physli
clan succeeded in getting them
Checked and apparently Mr. Brown
rested well Saturday night. : His
condition Is reported without
much noted change over Sunday
and up to S o'clock this morning;
: AURORA. Feb. 10.-Mrs. Charr
les Eller, who has been In . the
Good Samaritan hospital for some
time, Is reported improving; Mrs.
R. Id. Kennedy of San Bernardino,
CaL, has traveled north - to be
near her sister, -and she will re
main with the. family during Mrs.
Eiler's illness. - - ;
. OREGON LOOKS BEST
AUBURN, Feb. 10. George
Wltte has returned " home : from
spending almost thTee months' in
Colorado. He reports " that Col
orado has bad . less snow than
usual this winter, but that money
Is scarcer than in Oregon. Alto
gether Oregon looked much bet
ter to him., ; - -.-'., r If
toPordaad. 100 wmfuwal tnntml.
. Viz HOTEL
i a. Bocn. jumkm Mwds
Oregog Education System
Subject cf Institute
SILVERT )NT,' Feb. 10. Two
progressive plans to improve the
standards of teaching in the state
of Oregon were beard by the as
sembled teachers of Marlon coun
ty at their coanty Institute held
lata Saturday at SUveUin. Robert
Goets,;clty school superintendent
at Silverton, outlined and explain
ed the "Oregon Educatl6n Plan,
project of .the State -Teachers' as
sociation, which calls for a change
In practically every 'phase of the
public school system. . !Characte
education, Just lately recognized
as a definite public school "sub
ject, was the topic ' of R. . C
Blackler, principal of Mt. Tabor
school in "Portland. Mr. Blackler
Illustrated his lecture by means of
the manual prepared by J. R.
Jewell, dean of the school of .vo
cational education' of Oregon State
college, and himself; and issued by
C. A. -Howard, state superinten
dent of public instruction. About
300 attended the i afternoon ses
sion, held In the i auditorium of
the Eugene Field building. '
The system of public education
for the state of Oregon bas devel
oped, without any uniform and In
clusive plansaid Mr. Goetx, mak
ing., irregularities and omissions
that serious hinder the progress of
education. Centralization, nulli
fication,. 'and the development of
certain phases of -' supervisory
teaching, as ; called for In the
Oregon Education Plan" would
make Oregon "stand out as one of
the most progesslre states, edu
cationally speaking1, in the union.
declared Mr. Goetr:'
The complete plan, as worked
out by a committee of the- State
Teachers association, would take
from fire to 20 years to put- into
effect; The idea, ; bowever, is to
place single, parts of it into effect
as soon as. expedient, from time
to time. For Instance, by 1135,
it is the idea of the originators of
the project, to nave all elementary
school teaching positions filled by
persons who have bad four years
training period, above the high
school to their credit.
- The state association la sponsor
lng an extensive publicity cam
paign to acquaint j the people at
large, as well as the teachers, with
the aspects of the plan. JIaterial
nas been sent out to all service or
ganizations, chambers of . com
merce and women's clubs telling
of ' the proposed system and ask
ing them to invite speakers to ex
plain the method! before their
memberships. "We I must have the
open-minded cooperation of the
people said Mr. Goetx. if we
are to raise the- standards for out
educational tutureJ The best .. in
terests of the school child are at
the bottom of the new venture.
be said. A better qualified teach
ing profession and I a more Stable
one will be two other. Important
benefits of the new! plan. ;
R.'E. ! Tavenner,! supervisor of
secondary education In Salem, pre
sided at the afternoon meeting.
Music was furnished by the school
band, led by Hal Campbell, direc
tor, and the girls chorus. Miss Fay
Sparks, director. In the chorus
were VeroHa; Brewer, Emelyn
Frazer, Doris Turrell, Florence
Pettyjohn. Diana Moore, Viola
Larson, Evelyn 'Davis, Louisa
Schmiedeeke, Ethel Smith, Fran
ces Nelson, Myrtle Johnson and
Blanche Young, accompanist. :
Auburn 4-H Clubs
M aking Progress
, AUBURN, Feb. 10. Auburn
now bas two 4-H t' bs that are
busy. The 4-H Busy Bee Cook
ing club, with tMrs. George
Baumgartner as advisor bas fin
ished their fifth meeting- "The
members are Doris Kearns,
Helen Juza, Anna! Benson, Jean
Rodgers. Del ma 'Jensen, Lulu
Sloan. Laura Smith has just re
cently entered the club. The
others having been In from the
, The 4-H True Blue Girls' sew
ing club, with Mrs. Ethel John
ston as advisor have almost com
pleted thetf second article. The
. members are Mary Smith, Mar
ian Witte, Alma j Henne, Gert
rude Perlick, Lillian Walters,
Marie Baumgartner, Elma Size
more, Sylvia Sizemore and Aleen
TO ATTEND. EXPOSITION "
AMITY, Feb. 10 The follow
ing, students are going to attend
the Oregon State college exposi
tion Friday and Saturday. Paul
ine Slmpklns, Francis Groves,
senior representatives , and Bur
nitta -Penrose, Alvin Rockhill,
Junior representatives, Miss Ma
gee and Mr. Murphy will accom
(Coitb jrt) , ,
..Visit San Fraodsccv Los An- ,
geles and other southern cities
oo your way East-nhe fare is
65 to CHICAGO
, (Twist tlttptf frt) .
Fares to nearly all other east- v
cm cities - similarly reduced.
. Cty X'lcKet UtTHt!
1S4 it. Liberty. - . TeL SO
Passenger Depot, 18th Jk Oak
Beoiah CosteDo, 22,' of Gary, In
diana, Jj the only woman boxer,
E remoter and manager! of the
Fiddle West. - This female star1 of
the "manly art," through her abO- '
Ity as a boxer, teaches her charges
In addition to occupying: the rols
of manager. : She challenges any
woman boxrr in the world. - c
E. J. Dixon Outlines Situa-
tiori to; Polk County).
DALLAS. Feb. 10 The winter
series of agricultural j meetings
were ; practically completed . with
the close of the two poultry meet-
In r fcfeld in Indenendence and
Dallas, last Thursday and Friday
by J,: R. Beck, county agent, f , ,
E. J. Dixon, manager of the pa
cific cooperative : poultry produ
cer's association was one of the
speakers for thesef meetings and
be stated. jhat they expect to peg
th rr nrice'at its Dresent low
level in an attempt to stabilize it
tor its members, that the books
have been closed for further mem
bership until June and j that the
association new hak a surplus; of
S86.000. which will be used ! in
part for storage and maintenance
of present price to members, j --
According to Mri Dixon and H.
E. Cosby, of the staite college they
anticipate that the present low:
price will prevail untU August,
but that egg supplies going into
the retail are much above those; of
a year" ago, due to tho decrease in
hatchery, demand aid lack of stor
age trade. !"'''!
" 1 - Needs Explained I
Dr. W. T. Johnson, .stressed the
need "Of sanitation In 'the control
of diseases and parasites and stat
ed that medicines often; did more
harm; than good, " and that birds
that, were laying ' around 60 - per
cent' did not need to be treated
tor worms.;: To: treat for rouind
worms he suggested the following
formula: one half ounce of black
leaf, one-half gallon water and
three pounds of sugar .mixed with
20 pounds of mash. This is feed
to 250 mature bens after they
have fasted all day.;.;: j . ;
Announcement 'was made i by-
Ralph Shephard, one of ithe prom
inent poultrymen of the east side
Of the county, of the nomination
of Morris Christensen as a direc
tor tor this district! of the pacific
cooperative association. . Mr,
Cbrlstensen Is the largest produ
cer in Polk county.
Wltb 1900 farmers la the coun
ty the attendance at these meet
ings has totaled 1. 11 and Mr.
Beck la greatly pleased! with the
success and interest shown by the
farmers throughout the icounty.
I i S f F J If U M Mt. . . . fc. M M I . 4
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Committee Appointed to
. iArrange Fiumber for".
j .Community Contest-
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SWEGLE, Feb. 10. The Ewe
gle Community club held its regu
lar meeting February at 6:80
p. ! m.,- at- which tiuie a pot-luck
supper was. served. After supper
-a delightful program was present
ed, by, the entertainment' commit
tee, with Roscoe J. , West as an
nouncer. Miss Rosa Lee. Nusbaum, tap
dancer and singer, with. Miss Doris
McCalllster, Joe Darby accompan
ist - -;
:The primary grade, gar a bur
lesque of the Swegie Community
club meeting as they see it. Ken
neth Peters and. Lloyd Relnwalt
sang a clever cninese song. Aileen
Arneson and Lillian Meyers, a du-
. The Benner family. Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Benner;-Vivian Ben
ner, soprano: Helen Benner, pi
anist and Dalbert Jepsen, violinist,
furnished 'music to conclude-the
Committees appointed for the
next meeting were: William Kro
eplln, Al Meyers and John White
head, entertainment; Mrs. Rob
erts, Mrs. Kauter and John Mar
shall? refreshments. ;
, Other business taken up . was
ways 'and means for .. furnishing
seats for the growing attendance.
Edwin Imig, John Marshall and
John: Whitehead were appointed
to look after' this.
-William Kroeplln, Roscoe J.
West and Jeha Marshall were ap
pointed to find an appropriate
number to be presented at the
contest between the community
clubs, to be' decided upon in May.
: The Christ Lutheran church
will present a play, iYon Yonsen
Gets the Yob," at Swegie school
Friday evening. February-13, and
the proceeds divided. ' -
WACONDA, Feb. 10 Emer
gency crew number one under the
supervision of road patrolman,
Robert Cole, have made improve
ments along the- Salem-Cham-poeg
road, several turns having
been widened - and corners cut
off. ,.: 'Av-, .,. : -rYr-
. Telephone poles were moved
and the shoulder broadened and
graveled at the Grierson corner
The turn at the ,"Y" near the
Senator McNary home was made
wider. The work of graveling and
filling in near the new: bridge at
Waconda will soon be completed.
iMr Cdle has been working at
a! . disadvantage the ..past' two
weeks having -received injury to
his foot some' time ago when a
plank was accidentally dropped
on It. The wound -was healing
satisfactorily when he stepped on
a nail, ' the nail almost going
through the foot. However, In
spite of this . handicap he has
worked every day.
. CLASS ENTERTAINED
ROSEDALE, Feb. 10. The
Kings Daughters Sunday school
class, met with their teacher.
Miss Cammack, at the home of
Ruth Pemberton Saturday after
noon and spent the time making
curtains for their class room.
Present were Adelaide ' Wins
low, Helen Beckley, Esther Cam
mack, 'Ruth Pemberton.
TASTti : rem me mm.
' 1 "
Comrade Vorosbilev, Soviet Com
missar for War, as he appeared
recently in a characteristic pose on
horseback. The war chief recently
celebrated his 60th birtJwUr.
Students at E B. U. Con
duct , Meetings at
. Lyons . ; "
: - LYONS," Feb. . 10 R I c h'a r d
Funal, Hawaii born 'Japanese boy,
who is attending the Eugene Bi
ble university, spent the week
end with Lyons and Mill City
people. He was, a guest of ,Mt
Cone, accompanying 4. him" home
from Eugene Friday evening. Mr.
Funal is 1 a most ; interesting
speaker, also a fine musician. He
played several stringed ; instru
ments at Aumsville, Lyons and
Mill City church services Sunday,
and gave accompanying solos In
his native tongue , and English
Christian, hymns,- "-
When Mr Funal graduates at
Eugene . be plans to go to Japan
as a missionary and la very anx
ious ; to return and convert his
native people, as well as his par
ents In Honolulu who are wor
shipers of Budda. He has spent
two years at the John Brown aca
demy in Arkansas before coming
A good sized audience assem
bled in Lyons Sunday afternoon
and heard Mr. Cone deliver a
very Interesting - message. The
subject of which was "H o w
Shall We Escape if We Negleet
So Great a Salvation?" Mr. Cone
Is attending the Eugene Bible
school and - spends Sunday . morn
ings and afternoons of each week
preaching in various places.
AT LODGE MEET
INDEPENDENCE, i Feb. 7. B.
E. Smith, manager - of the
Spauldlng company, attended a
meeting of the Knights Templar
of Salem on Wednesday evening.
He went to Salem with Mr. and
Mrs. D. A., Hodge -who had been
calling on old friends here. -
Larmer Transfer &
PKcno 32311 ."
We alo handle Fuel Oil and Coal
If Li 1
IU dliiUL I'l.
Local Cnct.V;;:! Prc::r.t
Comedy at Cranio z
ANKENY LOTTO if, Tth. lfr.
Members of the Ankeny Giar;-"
No.! 640, will present a tbree-aet
farce-comedy,; "Two Days to Mar
ry,? by Walter1 ".Richardson,' Wed
nesday evening February 11, at
the Ankeny grange hall at WIo
tel. -.. j -. . , ; :
The cast is as follows: Blaioa
P. Chase, Richard Fair; Jam-
J. Dare Elmo Brown; Ruford B. .
Sawyer, the timid lawyer, Lloyd
Marlatt, Emily Jane Pink, Kdolaa
Mathews; Sadie L. Boise, a wi
dow by choice, . Winnie Austin;
Imogent-McShane, a sweet young
thing. Edna Winter mantel; Wal
ter M. Blair, the millionaire, Ja
cob Brown. !-' .-; -
The story centers, about James
Dare, who according to his fath
er's will , Is, to come Into, posses
sion of a huge fortune on Mi
Z8th birthday provided he it
married by that time. ; By the
time this clause is discovered he
hss Just two days left to find a
wife.- His 'lawyer Is some fixer,
bowever. The ; comical situation
of this play is enough to make a
horse laugh. Pink and Chase take
the parts of darky servants. v
Named by Editor
WOODBURN. Feb. 10 A new
reportorlal staff has been chosen "
by Julia Bell Austin, editor of
the ( Wood burn high ichool
"Wireless. ; ; ,
; Glenn Wilson- still retains his -post!
as business manager. Mem
bers of the staff are: j Justice
Hunt, Marion".' Weisenberg, Mar-
garet Mochel, Inez Smith, Helen
Stanton, Mary Alice Conyne, Rea
McPeak, Gelta Mae Hunt, James
Myers, Maxlne Gelsy, George Ehl
en, Dorothy Austin, Kenneth Ev
ans and Vera Norton.