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Salem, Oregon,, Thursday Horning, February 26, 1931
1H SCHOOL HIS
Washington's Birthday Hon
ored by Grade and High
TURNER. Feb. 23 The Tur
ner school presented a Washing
ton day program In the auditor
lam Monday morning at 10:45.
with Prof. J. R. Cox, presiding.
r All joined In singing "America,"
- ..which was followed by an eulogy
ol Washington and Lincoln.
The- outstanding number of the
program was put on by eight
small boys giving "Wooden Sol
diers," which was a drill with
Mr 8. Mae Hadley at the piano.
: The boys' uniforms consisted of
' white trousers, small caps of red
and blue and tall red bats which
shaded a face with a dash of col
oring. They marched and counter
marched well together with arms
and legs moving up and down in
straight lines. Mrs. Crystal Ed
wards', Intermediate teacher ar
ranged the special number.
The primary pupils who were
prepared by their teacher, Mrs.
Leota -Sloan, gare a recitation,
"George Washington." by Berna
dlne White, recitation. "Suppose
I Had a Hatchet" given by Ken
neth Barber All the primary pu
pils marched to the stage and
pans: "How Betsy Ross Made the
Flag," with Mrs. Hadley at the
Mrs. Cleora Parks, teacher, of
the Juniors presented 13 pupils in
an exercise, each giving a verse
on Washington s life which made
a short . history sketch from his
birth to the time of his death.
Tho high school was represent
ed In three numbers. A reading
by Leota Skipper, "Origin of
Life," "Mount Vernon Bells,"
was given by a double 7 quartet,
Russell Denyer. Kenneth Fowler,
Wallace Chandler, Esmond Tap-
pln, Leone Cook, Anna , Johnson,
Josephine Gilstrap and Helen
Witxellf Mrs. Jean Pearcy at the
piano, v ;
A " reading by Josephine Gil
strap gave an outline of the plans
of the "Bicentennial Commis
sion." with the "American -Tree
Association," cooperating, In ask
' ing American: citizens to plant
10.000,000 trees as memorials to
George Washington; they would
be living symbols from a grateful
citizenry. Washington would be
pleased with a memorial - that
would benefit hia eountry. Plans
are being formulated for a na
tional celebration of the 200th
birthday anniversary of George
Washington,' February Tt,' 1932.
Colleges, schools, community
clubs, and municipalities, are
urged to carry out a patriotic
More Twins at
WALDO HILLS. Feb. 25.
Tho article from this section
tellteg of tbe twins in the .
Evergreen school, set people
thinking. Two more names'
have been given us, namely
tbe Hart twins . audi those
from the ; Bower family.
Both these went to school
many years ago. Then from
Bead, Ore. i -tomes the news
of a pair of husky boys ar
riving lost Week at the
Johnny Kasr home. Mr.
Kaser is a former Evergreen
program on the date of their tree
"America the Beautiful," was
sung as the closing number of the
program. A number of school pa
trons and friends were present to
enjov the school numbers pre
sented. . : i
III DAY MEET
--): V '
ELDRIEDGE, Feb, ! 5 Mem
bers of the Eldriedge Sunday
school and their friends enjoyed
an all-day meeting Sunday at the
Waconda sehoolhouse. The us
ual lesson study took place in the
forenoon. j ;
Following the pot luck dinner
and social hour, a splendid pro
gram was enjoyed. Many people
from nearby communities were
present at the afternoon meet
ings Not only were those who
sponsored the program rewarded
for their efforts by a very good
attendance but the attention of
the children as well as the grown
ups was excellent. The inspira
tional address was given by Rev
erend Carl Blackler of Brooks;
and Rev. Scheuerman of Salem
gave a short talk. -
The program follows:
Songs ; byi the congregation;
prayer Rev. Blackler; song
"The GoMen Bells" by the choir;
exercise "The World Is Al
right." Recitation by Dorothy
Sharff; "solo, by Ruth Palmer;
recitation by; Junior Miller; read
ing by Mrs.iSahll, selections by
the junior choir, recitation by
Rosemary Nusom, song by the
choir; exercise, "I'll Try;" duet,
"Ivory Palaces."., by Mrs. Karl
Brown and 'Mrs. Robert Cole;
recitation by Evelyn Hall; selec
tiots, exercise, "Say Thank You
to God," song, "Carry Me Back
to Calvary's Mountain." by girls
of the "Faithful Followers"
class. - I
Dedication of Hall in 1888
Is Recalledi by the
MACLEAY, Feb. 25. At the
regular meeting of the grange
held Friday night Irvin Bartell
was reinstated. All officers were
During the business session W
A. Jones gave a talk on property
tax and Frank Bowers on the
tax equalization league. Albert
Mader - gave a report received
from the chairman of the state
agricultural committee and 'A..
Bowen told the grangers of squir
rel poison that can be obtained
frpm the county horticulturist,
Mrs. D. Baiter, chairman of the
home economics committee, gave
a report, and Mr. and Mrs. J
Tekenburg reported on the Visit
to Turner Surprise grange. .
During the lecture hour J. Te
kenburg gave a talk which was of
more than ordinary Interest to the
grangers. He told of finding a
newspaper clipping which told of
the dedication of the Macleay hall.
The hall was built in the spring
When the ball was completed.
some time in June, Company-I'
(militia) gave a picnic and ball.
The dancing began at 5 o'clock In
the evening and lasted until
morning. The grand march was
led by Ida Tekenburg and Adam
According to the report the
road between Salem and Macleay
was lined with vehicles. It Is said
that everyone that could get a
vehicle that day was present.
About 3000 persons were in at
tendance. Margaret Magee spoke on the
work that is being done by the
art classes of the Salem high
school. Among other things she
told of tbe work that is being done
by the students on the Japanese
costumes and scenery for the
Techne club play, "A Thousand
Years Ago." A brief review of
the play was also given by Miss
Other numbers on tbe program
were: Song, by audience; read
ing, Howard Mader; review of the
life Of Washington, Valera Am
ort; reading, Donald Mader; pi
ano solo, Paul Silke. Jr.; short
cuts in housework, by the women
of jthe grange.
, The next meeting will be held
the first Friday in March. A
meeting of tbe agricultural com
mittee of all the granges in the
county will be held at North How
ell Wednesday, February 25.
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Ladies' Guaranteed Fast Color Aprons, House Dresses, each.; $1.00
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Men's Silk and Rayon Sox, beautiful 35c quality, 5 pairs... $1.00
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MONMOUTH, Teh. 25. The
Junior concert club's principal
feature, Satuday afternoon, was
a repetition of the high school
sophomore play, "The Man from
Brandon," which was successful
ly presented last Tuesday and
Wednesday nights. So meritor
ious was this production, that it
probably will be given over sta
tion KOTN in Portland at an ear
Mrs. Robert Fisher of Dallas,
guest artist of the Concert club
Saturday, -pleased with several
STORE IS IMPROVED
INDEPENDENCE, Feb. 25.
Smith and Fry have had the
front of their grocery store re
painted, the background Is In
green and the signs are In black.
The Interior of the eton Is to be
remodeled and redecorated In the
CLUBS ARE BUSY
Boys and Girls Making
Rapid j Progress In
WEST STATTON. Feb. 15
The Needle and hread 4-H elub
tinder the leadership of Mrs. Fred
Dlckman la doing nicely. This
elub Is Division 1 In sewing and
some of the small girls are having
a little trouble getting started.
They have finished their. second
article and working on article no.
S. At the last meeting Friday;
Feb. 20, Mrs. Dlckman turned the
elub ort to Miss Nickerson, the
primary . teacher- of the West
Stayton school. . . -
The Jolly girls 4-H elab met
Friday at the htfine of their lead
er, Mrs.. Bones with all nine
members present. These girls are
In Division 2 and are i getting
along very rapidly. They have all
finished their fourth article and
working on the fifth article.
The boys 4-H Handcraft elub
met at the work shop of their
leader, Mr. Asehe, Friday after
noon. Sixteen boys were present.
The boys aTe doing come nice
work. Some of the boys have fin
ished their third article and
working on their fourth one. The
boys have missed a few meetings
on account of Mr. Asche's Illness
but everything Is fine and; the
boys are happy to be at their work
SWEELE SKI DllUS
SWEGLE, Feb. 25. Swegle
school had an hour's program
Monday morning In honor of
Washington's birthday. A play
"February Birthdays" was enact
ed by the children. They were
dressed to represent the charac
ters impersonated. -
The primary grade danced the
minuet. John Marshall, violin
ist, and Miss Lana Siebens, pian
ist, furnished the music. The
entertainment was well attended
by the parents and friends of the
children. A halt holiday was
CHOIR WINS PRAISE!
GERVAIS, Feb. 25 A well
tilled house greeted the Presby
terian church . choir of Aurora
Sunday evening when they sang
the evangelistic song-story "The
Pink Rose," at the local church.
Members of the Aurora choir who
came to Gervais on this occasion
distribution of this section
with complete coverage of
Salem and Salem R. F. D's.
were Mrs. Edward DUler, leader,
Mrs. C Strickland, pianist, and
Mrs. E. Carpenter, Mrs. L. Crib
ble. Mrs. Tyler. Mrs. Morrison,
Mrs. D. Snyder, the Misses Mabel
Stilger and Miss T. Fry, and J.
Dlller, E. Erlckson, R. Morrison,
G. Geisey- and E. C. Dlller.
TURNER, Feb. 25. The
meeting called for Monday eve
ning to discuss the cooperative
cannery proposition for Turner,
convened at the high school au
ditorium with " full house. " R.
Lee -Thelssen was elected chair
man, and O. O. Lucy of West
Stayton secretary. Roy Glat of
Woodburn cooperative cannery,
gave a talk, also George Keech
told of the success of the Stayton
Others called on for individual
expressions were Fred Comstock
and T. i T. McClellan of West
Stayton, E. J. Harrison, E. ; T.
Pierce and C. A. Bear. Discus
slop followed. !
A motion , was made and par
ried to appoint two committees
to mace an outline looking to
ward an organization. On - fi
nance. L. Ball, E. J. Harrison,
E. T. Pierce. Frank Kohl and
R. E. Tyler.
Organization, L. E. Hennies,
Arthur Edwards, B. C. Meskim-
ons, ira Stone and J. G. Tegen.
RICKEY. Feb. 25. Tbe "pic
tures' of Washington and Lincoln
decorated with flags hung at the
back of the stage and appropri
ate decorations hung in the win
dows framed a pretty setting for;
the following patriotic program
pnt on Monday mornlrig by the
school, under the direction of
the teachers. Mrs. Minnie Jockel
and Mrs. Tressle Carlson, j
Song, Star' Spangled Banner,
school; Flag .Salute, school;
America's Creed, Robert Brown;
reading 1 Will Tell.'.' Harvey
McEIroy; reading, "Little boy
Abe Margaret Spilde; exercise,
"I Wish Washington i.Were
Here,? Patricia Kenny, Jean Ca
rother. Nellie Flood, Esther Cad
wallder; reading, "Lincoln,? La
Von jBrnndidge; - Song, "George
Washington primary pupils;
reading, "As Joe Sees it," Car
los Kenny; -' reading, "Playing
Soldier, Virgil Hoven; reading,
"Brother Washington,", Douglas
Flood; reading, "I Try, Alfred
McEIroy; reading, "His r Hero.":
Blllie Clearwater; reading, Vern
on Shelton; reading, "The Star
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That, was Lincoln," Charles Wal
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Song, "America the Beauti
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Glory," Hasel Magee; Gettysburg
Speech. Walter Crabb; reading,
"Don't Give np." Uuanita Wea
ver;, song, "America," school.
WOODBURN. February 25 A
Judgment amounting to $ 120 and
court costs was recovered by
Zora-McGonegal from J. C. Carl
Bon In Woodburn justice court
Wednesday morning. A collision
between Carlson's car and Mc
Gonegal's car on the Hubbard
road in November was the cause
for the action brought before Jus
tice of the peace Hiram Overton
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