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The OnEGONrSTATESIIANSn. Ore-on, Friday ITornln-. ITarch 7; 1S31
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Victim of River Accident
Laid to Rest in Belle
WOODBURN March 26 -Pun-eral
lenrlces lor Ear M. Lane,
who wa drowned la the MolaJla
rlrer Monday morning while
working in a grayer plant, were
held Wednesday afternoon. -
The funeral services, -were la
charge of Iter. Glenn S. Hartons,
pastor of the r Woodburn Meth
odist ehurch. A men's quartette
composed' of George t Landon, S.
E. Brune, J. H. Liresay and Dr.
W.. Bladorn, unr two beautiful
selections,' They were accompan
ied at the piano by Miss Wllma
Morrison. - i -J : ,
Pallbearers for the funeral
were Earl Hartman. Chris Bleh
el, Otto Llgard. A. L. Coote, IC,
B. Williams and Arthur Dodson.
All the pallbearers lire In 811-
Terton.. . -i . - -.,,
Many people attended, the ser
ried and Interment, which was
held -at the Belle Pasl cemetery.
The grare was corered complete
ly with beautiful floral pieces and
bouquets. :,- . - -
COIIi'JlY 1. 0. 0. F.
INDEPENDENCE. March 2 6
The Polk eoanty Odd Fellows'
risiting association met Wednes
day erening with' the Indepen
dence lodge. A very large crowd
was present, about S00. Ball
ston, . .McCoy. Monmouth. Falls
City and Dallas were rep
resented. ' :.""',) :'!'t'.-"''.''vf:. .-
This was the last meeting of
the season and ( the following of
ficers were elected for the com
ing year: president, 'Torn Graxea
of McCoy; rice" president, B. F.
Swope of Independence: secre
tary, Jack Goodie of ' RIckrealL
After the business meeting a
program - was si Yea as follows:
sing, America; orchestra;- ad
dress of welcome, B. ' F.- Swope;
solo, Guy TraTis; Tlolln duet,
Marorie Wunder . ' and Valen
Guild ; reading, i Elizabeth Baker;
solo, Mrs. Parrish. of Silrerton;
tap dance, Leon a Orey. ,
At ihe close of the meeting a
lunch was serred, after which
dancing and cards were enjoyed
until a late hour. ;
CLEAR LAKE. March 2 .
The young peoples Christian En-
dearer society held m social at the
church Friday evening. The even
ing was spent In playing . games
and refreshments were serred by
th soelal committee. -
Present were Miss Alice Mas
sey. Miss Nina Latourette, Miss
Lucille Aspinwall, Miss 'Hazel
Clement, . Miss Nellie Clement,
Miss Marie Harold, Miss Claire
Collard, Miss Dorothy ' Warne,
Miss' Rosalie Evans, Miss Olive
Evans. Miss" Martha Robertson,
Miss Matilda Bier. Mrs. Aspin
wall, Floyd Davis; Robert Massey,
Harold Dutoit, Emll Bier, Orrille
Herrold, : Ralph GIrod," Harold
Robertson, William Collard.' John
Evans,' Dee Eby, Rea Dutoit, Car
son Truitt, Eugene Eby. -
IT PLEASiliT VIBV
PLEASANT VIEW, - March 2l
Mrs. John Shilling was hostess
to a dinner party Sunday in hon
or of her husband's birthday.
- Those present were: the honor
guest John. Shilling. Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Jarman, Gene Shilling, Mr.
and Mrs. Fran k Cook and daugh
ter, Leone, the Misses Jessie
Syaopaia of tha Aaanal Statement af
tha Oregon Uataal Life Insurant, of
Portlaad. 4n ta 8tt-f Orarrwv M tkt
thirty-lint day of Ztoccmber,. 1930, mad
ta IatvraBca Conluimir ( tha
But ( Orcfaa,' paraaaat to Law:
- . CAPITA!. - .I.-".
. Aaaoaat of capital atrk -paid op. Kona.
. . . . . IKCOMS . . - -
Total proaaiom Incoata ' for" tha yaar.
f I,lS.2Stl.l3. . ... -
Intcreat,-dividends 'ssd rents reeia
dariac ta yaar. S50fl,7J3.40.
Income from other - aoarcel received
doriac tb year," fl4.70.71.- '
-Total income, 82.SfW,e60.3. "
. ;- DISBUKSEKKXTS .. - .
Paid for loeaea, anadvanaiaat. saaaitioS
ad arroadar .Talaes. $751,459.67. --
DiTideodt paid to poliryaelder, daring
the year.. 8304.187.32. .r
DirideWdo paid on capital stock during
t a year. Nob a. -.- - l' . ..
Cenuniattofie -and i aalariea ' paid dariaf
tbe year. SST1.2S7.1T. - - - . -
Taxoa, - lieeaoea and fees paid dariaf
th year, flS.OS5.S3.
Aaoat ml all atuer ipditnra,
Total xpIitr, f 1,684,194.00. -
ASSKT8 ,: -
TahM of real aatala ownd . aurkt
vahie). f 19T.ftO0.0O. -
Vain of a toe k a ad bond iraad (mar
ket r aairtiid vahta), f5.0e4.693.89.
Leaat oa aiortrarat and oUUral, eta
H.108.58S.63. ' .t
Praia aotes and poliey loaaa. f 2,
la Vaaks aad oa hand, f 65f5.-
-et aaeollacted and dafarral prmi
i i. $296,540.75.
IoUreat aad real da and aiioraod,
Other aaati (aofl. fS,T2t:o. "
Total adaitud aaaeta. f 10.44J.059.7S.
rmnM, 83.471.S07J). '
Grw, alaiaa for kxcea an paid, f3V
Uer liaUlUUa, f 1,018.027.83.
tiridads apportionod to pollejholdarf
P nbie .i . 19 ji,. 33f,200.00.
Total liaoilitio. axctaaWa of capital
:Z ' B08IN84 VX OEEGOJT
t -Oa THE T&A& - ?
. prminm rcld darlag-' tas
Prmaiiaaia aad divideads ratnrtod
th yaar, f 203,647.64.
SO th year. td00,4S'
i .fMMrfC.mp.iy. Orerw Mataal Ufa
laaaraaxa Company. .
. a of PrM.d.at. C. T. AdamaT
" i, !!?. 8tMT. H. B Browa.
ntrT-ridn attOTBy for aerrieo,
Wwtrw. MeCuUoca Seoul. '
Smith and Grace Smith, JT JC
Morris, Mr.' and Mrs, E. E. Cook
and the hostess, Mrs. John Shilling.-
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Mr. and Mrs. A. Vaa Valken-
bef g and family hare moved to
the Brockman place.- Their chil
dren, will Btill be Included n this
school district. . - - - r
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Winner have
recently moved . into their new
house. ,. a I ' : !; 1
BACK FROM TRIP
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MONMOUTH. . March SiThe
Oregon Normal school's women
debaters returned Saturday from
a four day trip through Wash
ington, going notth as far. as Se
attle. . -.-r,.
Wlnnabeth McDowell and Lois
Deter in g accompanied .by Coach
Berreman- made the trip. Free
Trade was the question debated.
, On Wednesday, March 11. they
met the College of Pu get Sound,
and lott by a small margin; The
following day they, debated with
a team from, the Pacific Lutheran
college, with the same result.
' On Friday they held a eros
question debate with the Univer
sity of Washington's . freshmen.
This was a no-decislon debate.
Debates, scheduled for the near
future are: March 2 S. with East
ern Oregon Normal March 27, a
dual debate with Oregon State
college freshmen; March 30 with
the UniversUy of southern Cali
fornia women's team and the Col
lege of Pacific 'from Stockton:
and with Mills College on a date
as yet undecided. .
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. DISTRICT BALLY
SILVERTON. March 26. the
Royal Neighbor district rally held
at Silverton Tuesday night was
very well attended, 120 people be
ing present. Mrs.- Peterson, dis
trict deputy, from Salem was a
special guest. Mrs.' Peterson gave
an' Interesting talk during the evening.-
H-i ; ..i ;
Mrs. Tlorence Neshelm Cook,
oracle, was in-the chair and gave
the address of welcome. The
program! opened with the presen
tation of th flag.. Readings were
given by Cart Corbin. Miss Cor
bin; a Stn'ntK "One of the Rain
bows." by, the green division of
the order;' songs by Miss Corbin.
and Mrs.' Howard; an amusing ra
dio broadcast br the Orchid divi
sion with Mrs. Will Egan as an
nouncer; "Spring Opening" dis
playing the styles of many years
ago.. .Mrs. Theodore Grace was
the "modiste'' who announced Ihe
various fashion models. She her
self wore a .white - embroidered
gown, four yards around the bot
tom. ' - -y:,
. At - the : close of the program,
supper was enjoyed In the dining
room. . . i "i - - -
Sale of Oleo
SILVERTON; HILLS, March
2. "Whereas the dairy . indus
try is one of the. leading Indus
tries in 7 Marlon .".county, and
whereas , all y the merchants In
several towns , In . our county!
have quit handling butter substi
tutes, j : 4 4;-;, ;r. , -"Therefore
be it resolved that
re cooperate with other farm or
ganizations in the county by ap
pointing a. committee to work
with the committees irom other
organizations v in - .- asking ; all
merchants ! In Marlon county to
quit .handling dary isubstitntes.
Be if further resolved that a copy
of this resolution be sent . to the
Pomona Grange",:: was a resolu
tion passed by the Silverton Hills
Grange No. 743. i ? j "
' .'Henceforth: the grange will
hold: two meetings' a month, the
first and third Friday, of each
month. r, - ' :
HOIISK HAS LOCKJAW
HAZEL GREEN, -March 2
work horse belonging to Joseph
ZelinskI," has . been suffering for
several days: from lock-jaw.
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Sj-nopgia of tfi Aannal StaUmau) of
ta ioriav Xitm Iaaaraaea Coiaaaay, - t
Peoria, im th Stat of Illinois, oa th
tairtyfirat day o Ieeabr. 1980, aad
to th Iaaaraaco CootBiaaionrr' of th
fctat of Ores a. parxaant to law:
- ' . ' CAPITA!- ;
1 Amaat 'of: capital atock ' said. p.
1400,000.00. - - -
- : IKCOMK - ' " v
- Total premium ioeom for t&a year, f 5.
S67.9S3.90. - - v - , ,. - , -
i latoroat, difldrad aad roats rcifd
dnring U ear. f t,128,la5.54. -
: lacoaao froat .other soorcea zcird
darvnf 'tao yoar,- S53V.972.S7. -
.Total' iaaoai.- S7,3S,S41.S1." "
- - , - lUSSCKStTMEJiTS ; ..." ' ' '
- Paid for Uat, endowment, aaauilie
ajd sarreBder raioea, 83,519,181.49. -: '
JXridoada paid to. policyholders dories
lao 7r, fa7.755.85. .. ; .
. rJiridoada paid capital (Uck dnr
tof tho yar.-r ,
.Coataaiaaioaa. and salariea : paid dnriag
tk year, f 1,386.620.75.
Tax, lica aad - feet yaid -dariaf
th yoor. f 137,427.43. - . - ?-
Amamt - af aU otaor - xpaaditaras,
f 665.831.88. - " - .
- Total -Jrpdltu'rw, - fo.f6T.0tS.Tt. -
- . ASSETS '
Tala of real aetata ovaod (avarkat
Vafoo), f 4,246.691.41. - , ' V
ValM efotocka aad boadi owmd (r
kt r amortixod voJoeK f 5.784,548.50.
Loan oa aaortf af aad oUataral, sta,
f 8,803.792.38. - , - .
- Fmaiam aotea aad poiiey loan, f 4,
415,884.82. ..; .. .
Caib ia kaaxs aad em saad. fl55,859
(5, . - - - . i- i-
Kot aneoHoctod aad dfrrd ymalaos.
1543,140.45. T V-
Inureat and raatj da aad aoaraod.
f 840,631.11. i : . '
Other saaets (at). f85.aS0.lt. -
- Total adailtted aaaots, f 21.965.485 JS.
. K Toaerrea, 319,S48,962.aT.
Oro alaima, lor anpaid. f 114,
115 13. ' ' - -.
XU etfctr nainitlet, I.aSMJi.Tt.
Total iiabilitiea, exdnaiT of -oapiUI
'".Sfrif otmh - ? V
mo. THE TEAS
47ri premioats - rocaiTad - 4arla4T ta
yaar. S2S.S34.V7. ' . , '
Proaiioma and dirtdeads rtra4 dar-
iar th year. 8462.86. .
Xoaaas paid dariaf Us yaar, X.tlt
"kV i Conpaay, Psoria Ufa Umw
aae Cotapar " .-
Kama of PlW ; mot C ICayr , .
Kama of Berery. O. B. Pattlaoa. t -f
tatatory reid aWoeoey JTae aarvU.
Iiuurace ConjtrIiioer, SJJ. " ': ; -
OUT ST liffl
Graduation Exercises "and
Training-school "Pro- -:
MONMOUTH. March 2oWrhe
Oregon Normal school and train
ing department closed .Tuesday
for mid-term-vacation which will
extend until March ?0. Forty-one
seniors at the normal received
diplomas at the ' graduation exer
cises Tuesday morning.
The training 4 school remained
In session during the afternoon
and several interesting programs
were presented. The flfth . and
sixth grades produced ' group
plays Illustrating the Stone age,
li. ; the auditorium between the
hours of two and three. A brief
radio broadcast followed In the
main classroom, with : Bobby
Bingham acting as - announcer.
Speakers weri: Virginia Craven,
Helen Hutchinson, Ruth, Til ton
aad Martha Mae Blair. Their, top
ics were a. series of short Inform
aUTt talks on coal; Its forma
tion, mining,' utilization and dis
tribution.. - i
: The . remainder of the after
noon was a visiting session, with
display of project work madV by
the -children.: Simple refreshments
were served, v-.-: - --4 i;i
The third "and fourth graTdes
presented . a ' pleasing little f cos
tume skit from Holland with folk
dances, in the auditorium from
three to four o'clock.-'Tea was
served to the guests In the class
rooms."; '.- - :-.- , . . f-" -v? :
I A larg majority, rof students
and ' faculty members ' have gone
to their homes, or elsewhere, for
the vacation. . , . . .
i- COTJPLE CHAItTV AKEED ,
H4YE3YILLE. - March 25.
Many friends of Mr. and ' Mrs.
Dewey Hammel gave them an old
fashioned . charivari t Monday
night. - Mr. and Mrs. Hammel,
who were recently married, will
reside with Mrs. William Rlck
man for the present.- ; .,;
V amaaaamamBa ,
Extempore and Interpretive
Speaking Honors are
: Awarded . .
DALLAS, March 26 Indepen
dence high school gained recogni
tion here yesterday- when its en
trants la the district extempore
and Interpretation spealtlng con
test i took first place in each
event. The contest was held -In
the Dallas high auditorium. Stu
dents from Dallas, Independence,
Falls City, and Corvallis took, part
In the contest. ' r
Josia Wills,' Polk county school
superintendent ' was in charge of
the program. The judge was Pro
fessor Young of the Oregon tate
college public speaking ; depart
ment. .; . - - ' - " - ";
Lowell Eddy, of Independence
took first In the extemporaneous
apeikisg. Jit tpokt ca Pionetr
Political Institutions of Oregon".
Second ' 'place ' went to Lucille
Mack of rails City. Mhs Mack
had "Achieyements of the Oregon
Pioneers in Industry" as her sub
ject. ' Richard Baits of Corvallis
spoke on "Hardships of Oregon
Pioneers' and William Garner of
Dallas spoke on "Pioneer Gov
ernment in Oregon." ' c -
. First place in the Interpretive
contest went to Elisabeth Baker
of Independence. . Miss Baker's
subject was A Model Letter to
al Friend.'. Rose Harlan of Cor
vallis took second with "Song of
the Shirt.. Knowlton Relber of
Falls pity spoke on "The Going of
the Swan'! and Harry Peters told
of "Old Mlstus." i :
, CALLED TO LTOXS -LYONS,
March 2 Mrs. Bert
Lyons spent Tuesday alght with
her parents, Mr.and Mrs. L. H.i
Lewis.-; Mr. : Lewis was taken 111
during the afternoon or evening
and Mrs. Lyons was summoned to:
assist in caring for. him during
the: night. He was' resting easier
today. ' - .
. ROSEDALE, March 2. Miss
Helen Winslow, who Is a student
at the Oregon State Normal, is
spending j- the spring vacation at
the home of her mother, Mrs. E.
B. Stroud. .
Miss Laura Cam mack spent the
weekend at home. v
Mrs. A. J. . Haldy. visited lier
parents In Portland Monday and
Tuesday. . . '.-.
- Mrs. W. IL Corbit of Portland
Is visiting friends here, v
Mr. and-Mrs. E. Caldwell and
Kenneth: Cole recently -visited
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Smith of
Roseburg. . - '
Miss Helen Cammack Is spend
ing several days of her spring ta-'
cation in Portland. . .
Oliver Weesner of Newberg and
A. R. Mills of Springbrook were
in the community on business
The orchard on the iprmer
Trover i-'.ics U trl. : ; - -
this week. Cacatiack
are doing the work .with . ad
tractor, . . .
' Loganberry tralslrg 1.i $1::. "
finished and orchard work li.
ing done as the weather permU.
PICTURES LN" JOYED
PRATUM, March 28. W. V
Fuller, publicity director , Oregoi
state board of forestry, showe
four reels of pictures and 1 2
slides Wednesday erenlng at tL'
school house. The pictures in
elude wild west round up, il
life, streams and fishing. Beau
tiful mountain scenes and lake:
and then the destructive rcsul
of ' forest fires and also bow t
prevent them. Mr. ; Fuller ala
told the children ' a : basebal
!MlllOH JWS t"- YrfY
Wanted at once, 5 extra
Salesladies for this sale.
Listen, folks, this wlH
be a Sale that wi'J Ions
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One year ago, Johnson's, the store for ladies, at 464 State . St., was opened, carrying everything in ready-to-wear for
women. Our store has proved most popular and has been .a, busy place, serving and satisfying . hundreds of. ladies
1 from Salem ah4this territory. ;
In appreciation of this past years business and with the idea of giving the greatest value for the money, Johnson's
j -i y , now announces this First Anniversary. Sale, j i ,
i ' . Coats, Suits and Dresses of fered at remarkable savings.
: Lot No. 1 : -Every
: corset in the
store. Values i op - to
$120. 'Anniversary; sale
price . ,!--.
:;v : Lo t No: 2
Every corset in the store
valuea vup ,to $5.95.
Anniversary Sale price
Lot No. 3 1
; While they last
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Ladies- and Misses'
WOOL FLANNEL SHIRTS ,
Colors: Navy, "Black, Green, lied; Tweeds, etci Resr
r: ular $5.95 values. Anniversary . Sale -price
Lot No. 5 I
76 PURE LINEN
Assorted colors. Regu
lar $3.95 values. Annl
- versary Sale price-:
Our regular $1.95 grade
o f. . Frenchie ' i Frocks.
Hundreds of styles to
choose from Friday and
Saturday sale at " '
Children's Wash Dresses
About 1 50 to choose from. While they last
Beat them if you can
39 Silk Dresses at
Odd numbers.', ,
We say that : they are
well worth $9.95.; While
they last for these two
days only at
187 Dresses I
For this sale only. Regular values.up to
: ' $9.95. i
Our Price $1.99
Odds in Berets
Values up to $1.75. While they last
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Every Coat a New Spring Number. Fitted coats,
Flare coats, Fur-Trimmed coats, Self-Trimmed
coats, Polo coats. All full-lined. Sizes 14 to 54.
Our. regular 'values up to $19.75. Anniversary
Sale price v '
$ 1 393
BeM 'em if you Cist
Say, foljks, right
before Easter, just
think of it But as
this is our First An
niversary Sale, we
are going to show
you our apprecia
tion, Everyhat in
the store values up
to $7.96." TTiey are:
yours at 1
:- $4.85 1
J.TA111111CAV; . -mmmm-x ,
Folks, just ieave it: to Johnson's when they have
asSale it's a REAL .one. Just think of it every
dress in the store, values tip to $19.75 regular,
will be placed on this 2 Day Anniversary Sale at-
Printed Crepes", Plain Crepes, Crepe djs Chines,
Satins, Flat . Crepes, Georgettes, ' Chiffons, etc. .
Over 100 , different styles to select from.
While they last
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Coats! : Coats! ,
Every coat .in, the stored Values, up to $29.75
Tailored coats, Sports' coats, Dress coats, they
all go at one flat price " ' . . .
NEVER BEFORE HAVE WE OFFERED
464 State Street
The Store let Lcllis
ALL SALES MUST BE CASH NO AP-
: PROVALS NO REFUNDS
J .$2.95 K
! 1 1 1 1-
I. - L $ 1 , :
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k.r h Nighties'. :
i 11' H . k WiChties our
I " : regular $5.95 val-
, I ue3 for this sale on- :.
. : ' " lv. While thev last
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