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' The- OREGON STATESIIAN. Calm. Oregon. Friday Mornm?, May 8, 1931
IT TO OPEN
Officers Elected and Busi
ness of - Organization
SCIO, May 7. Directors elect
ed at "the annual meeting- of
stockholders ot the Sclo Canning
company consist ot Ed Rubesh,
J. I. Darenport, II. E. Rothrock
and Leo Zeller, Rudolph. "Wesely,
secretary of the company, called
- the meeting to order and ap
pointed J. F. Kakacka chairman
of the meeting. ' . . ,
Officers chosen at the meeting
are as follows: J. P. Kakacka,
president; Ed Rubesh, secretary;
Rudolph. Wesely, treasurer and
The report of Rudolph Wesely
as; to the financial condition of
' the company was accepted by the
meeting. The matter of the
notes giren by directors some
time ago ; for the , Oregon milk
company's Interest in the Scio
, cannery was discussed at length
after Information had been given
by Wesely, who traced the ops
and downs ot the company since
'its: Inception a few years 'ago.
The meeting Toted . to keep the
i notes on hand. Wesely explained
i that the property, of the com
i pany was subjected for a time to
attachment and sale tor debts in
i curred, but that ; the directors
i came , to the rescue with their
i persona , notes and saved the
; property for the time being. The
i company still owes the directors,
he added. . -
It was brought out by Wesely
that offers bad been- received by
: him to purchase portions of the
canning' equipment, machinery,
etc.. and he indicated that sales
may be made If deemed advisable
! by L the new board - of directors.
: Revival and operation of the
cannery at - this time does not
: seem probable, it was stated, al
though i co-operation with the
Tuxnidge movement to - establish
i a marketing association In Sclo
i was favored, according to report
i of I the meeting. This feature is
i said- still to be under considera
: tion both by the cannery direct
ors and; the Tu midge interests,
i The meeting empoweied the
directors to proceed with the
payment of outstanding indebted
ness against the company, in a
manner deemed by! them as most
advisable. It is under stood an
other meeting is to be held in
the near future to take, up press
ing matters, including bills and
co-operation with the proposed
SUBSIDE i SCHOOL
SUNNTSIDE, May 7 A. com
bined health and; achievement
i day program was given at the
s Sunnyside school. May 1. The
: program; consisted! : of , songs,
, health plays, folk dances and the
i presentation of Heralds of Health
i buttons to the following pupils:
Carmen i Willis, Hulda Beckley,
; Robert Barry, Genevieve Whelan,
Eljen Whelan, 'Maurice i Willis,
Verne Larson, Laviaia .Brown,
i Uoyd Brown, Durward Pearson
. and Helen Beckley.
; After the health plays, the
i Sunnyside Stitchers club and the
: Boys' Camp cookery club gave
their achievement day program,
which consisted of songs, yells
and demonstrations. The work of
the" club ' members was exhibited
and , Judged by . the following
Judges se win jr. Mrs.; Pember
ton, Mrs. Willis and Miss Ed
! wards. Cooking exhibits . were
Judged by Mrs.. Whelan,' Mrs.
Beckley and Mrs. Alexander.
EfliR TO RECEIVE
; BIFLE TEAM AWARD
OREGON STATE COLLEGE,
Corvallis - Varley Ennor, Salem,
i will be awarded a sweater for be
ing a member of the Reserve Offi
cers Training Corps rifle ' team
ihere this year. t.-
Ennor was the outstanding per
former of the year tor the Oregon
State team. He was at the head
of the list la points scored. , Al-
i though Ennor is a senior, this
was his first season on the rifle
squad. Last summer Ennor was
selected as one of the four best
shots from the R. O. T. C. on the
: Pacific coast, and be competed In
t th ; national rifle matches at
Camp Perry, Ohio.-
Captain F. E. Ambrose, coach
of the Orange team, has picked. li
rifjemen to receive sweaters., The
men chosen besides Ennor are
Kenneth Brown, Cal Atterbury, E.
J. Finley, Olney Long, Robert
Lewis, Ivan Weikel. M. R. Ro
berts, -J. R. Newberry, leorge
i Kama, Ivan Branton, John Larson,
i Henry Berkey and . R. . W. Jtosen
: berg. This was Brown's fourth
year as a member of the first
team while Ide, Lewis and Larson
! were competing tor the first time,
i The 1931. Beaver team had a
successful season, finishing near
the top in all matches fired. ,
PROGRAM PLAXKED .
SWEGLE, May 7 -Swegle
school will end the school year
with an all day fair and tbe 4-H
club will display , their projects.
ThieTe will be a program and
May-pole dance at 10 o'clock, fol
lowed by a picnic dinner at noon.
The parents are expected to be
present with , well tilled baskets.
OOXE TO IOWA " - -
GERVAIS. May 7 J. 8. Har
per left Thursday morning- by
train for Nevada. Iowa, where be
will transact bf staess. On the re
turn trip he wiil drive -through
with his sister. Miss Rath-Harper,
who U coming t- Oregon for as
Indefinite, stay.Vir Mr Harper, ex
. Scio Residents
SCIO, May 7. "Detent
George, m local laborer, was
the only: competitor in the
log-chopping contest staged
by R. it, Cain Tuesday af
ternoon. George occupied
slightly more, than eight
minutes, while Peter MdLar
ta, the professional axe
wrielder, accomplished the
feat is two minutes 55 sec
onds. The log : was green
second-growth fir M inches
In cirenmf erence. 1 , J -'
- One of the largest crowds
congregated In Scio streets
in recent years witnessed
the .contest. McLarin wager
ed to sever the log tn two
thirds of the best time made
by any; competitor. His rec
ord was less than half, that
period. He nscd five-pound
axe. - . . .
Noting the success of the
contest this week, Scio mer
chants generally are said to
have initiated ; a movement
for a contest on a large scale
for Saturday, Slay 10.
DALLAS, May 7. Carolyn
Mellln won the sweepstakes prise
in the high school declamatory
contest here Tuesday night. Miss
Mellln took first in the Dramatic
division and also received the
Edith Dunn won the contest
In the Oratorical division and I
Verne Orstlll took first in the
.These three students will rep
resent Dallas high in the Polk
Declamatory contest. This con
test will be held late In May.
Besides the speaking the pro
gram Tuesday! night consisted of
several musical selections by the
high school orchestra, the girls
glee club,! the girls quartet, and
the boys : quartet.
ROBERTS, May 7 Mrs. H. B.
Carpenter; has been elected prin
cipal of the Roberts school for the
coming year and Miss Julia Query
will have charge of the I primary
Mrs. Minnie Beckett and Mr3.
Helen Larson have been in charge
of the sctool for the past three
CLUB PLANS RALLY
ROBERTS, May 7 The local
community club is sponsoring a
rally Saturday night in prepara
tion for the district finals in the
community, talent contest A pot
luck suppr will be served and a
program given under the super
vision of Mrs. W C. Pettyjohn.
H E A D
rnen you feel a headache coming
on, it's time to take Bayer Aspirin.
Two tablets will head it off, and
you can finish your shopping
in comfort. ;
Any over-exertion is apt to
bring pain in some form. Head
pains from crowds or noise. Limbs
that ache from sheer weariness.
Joints sore from the beginnings of
a cold. Systemic pain. The remedy
is rest. But immediate relief is
yours for the taking; a pocket tin
of Bayer i Aspirin is protection
from pain wherever you go.
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You never know when these
tablets may save the day, avoid
breaking an engagement, spare
you from a miserable evening or
sleepless night. ;
Get real aspirin. Look for Bayer
on the box. Head the proven
directions 1 found inside every
cenuine Baver Dackaee. Thev
cover headaches,colds, sore throat.
toothache, neuralgia, neuritis,
sciatica,- lumbago, rheumatism,
muscular pains and other suffer
ing whkh need not be endured.
mi i P7,. i mn in - inn i nun, in i i
Brief Cases' v
j Suitable Gifts for the Girl and
j- Boy Graduate
Atlas Boole Store
4 CTAT3 STXT - - SALEM, OBXGON
C2fU Wrapped Ur SSaiang . -t
Campaign for Better Homes
Closes "With Judges
AMITY, May 7 - Better homes
campaign closed May Z, Mrs. H.
K. Lucas held "open house dem
onstrating a new home, Mrs. Don
ald Maasey and Mrs. Lawrance
Massey remodeled homes, also
two new bouses on Trade street
that are under construction were
visited by the judges. R. R. Mas
sey, owner of all these homes has
shown a progressive and helpful
spirit as he has given many men
work who otherwise may have
Beautiful grounds have been
made around each of these homes
which add attraction to the town.
Prizes were awarded as follows,
$2.50 by the Commercial club to
M. I Prund for best kept prem
ises; most Improved parking strip
lawn 91-00, by the Amity Study
club to F. O. Mansee at the lum
ber yard. Homes receiving hon
orable mention.- Vic Nixon, H.
Torbet, Miss Ella Thomas, P. P.
Durant, R. L Rosen balm, Jacob
Manser and Mrs. Mary Judy. ,
The 1 Worn ana Improvement
club gave prizes amounting to
12.50 in the bird house ; contest
sponsored by the Better Homes
campaign. Mrs. A. W. Newby
Is chairman of the campaign in
this community. .. , '
ATJMSVILLE, May 7. Amns
ville Community club leld lta
regular meeting Tuesday night
with the usual 7 o'clock dinner.
The following program was
given: March by violins, "Cherry
Lights of Home," Community
chorus; reading, Mrs. EW. Em
pey; "Johnie Jump-up,' Wini
fred 'Perkins; "Mother Song."
Mildred Rancher; "Kentucky
Babe," Junior chorus; contest
numbers, Glee club; solo, Violet
Perkins; solo, Glen Titus;
"Shadows Across My Heart,"
Imogene Alsman, Mrs. T E. W.
Empey; "She Sleeps, boys'
quartet; "Love Dream," Eileen
Brauner, Louise Hlgbberger;
solo, Veleta Darley; "Neapolitan
Nights," violins, "Sleepy Hollow
Tune" and "Auld Lang - Syne"
by community chorus. Mrs. E. R.
Olds, violin, and Mrs. Ella A.
England, vocal directors.
AMITY, May 7 The Ladies of
the Christian church served a de
licious luncheon on May i to
members ot the commercial club.
Eighteen were present. ;
These tablets do notdepress the heart.
Nor do thev upset the stomachy
They do nothing but stop the pain.'
Every druggist has Bayer Aspirin
in the pocket size, and in bottles. If
you wish to save money, buy the
. genuine tablets by the hundred. It
doesn't . pay. to. experiment with
imitations at any pneet. . , . .
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First and Second Degree
Work Exemplified for
ANKENY BOTTOM, May 7.
Ankeny grange No. M0 held Its
regular monthly meeting In the
hall at Wlntel Saturday night.
The first and second degrees were
given to Frank Turner ot Fair
A very interesting ' and enter
taining lecturers hour program
was given. A number of visitors
from Turner Surprise grange and
Stayton grange were present.
Supper was served at the close
of the business meeting by the
kitchen committee - is charge,
which consisted of lira. Eva Wtn
ter mantel, Mrs. F. B. Simpson,
Lindsey Doty and Dale Bohna.
The kitchen committee appoint
ed for the ensuing month Is Mrs.
Swarts, Mr. and Mrs. . Elmer
Hampton and Edward Swartx.
HAZEL MS PUPILS
HAZEL GREEN, May 7 The
eighth grade class was entertained
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Falst Wednesday evening. This
was also the sixteenth birthday of
their son Leonard, a member of
the class. " The rooms were' beau
tifully decorated with green and
white, class colors. Games were
iWe have just received some of the most attractive bags
that we have ever secured for any sale. These bags are the
same values that we sold last Mother's Day for $4.95
and they went out by the dozens. This year we are going
to off er the same values at
DB. Lu J, WTTiTiT
enjoyed "ftntil a lata .hour. There
are tent in : the class. All were,
present,: except Florin ZellnskL
The guests were Charlotte Van
Cleave, Stella Cook, Synlo Mio,
Victor Williamson, Sanford Da
vis, Jack Facstt, William Dunnl
gan, Leonard Falst, Frank John
son, Jr.; ' additional guests: - the
teachers. Mrs. Flora Hedrick. Mrs.
Alma Stauffer, Author Clemens,
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Dunnigan
and children Margaret. Dorothy
and Harriet. Mrs.; Falsi assisted
by Mrs. Dunnigan served delicious
refreshments. The ! special i feat
ure, a beautiful birthday cake,
KIJUREO BV BULL
JEFFERSON, May 7 J. O.
Hartley, farmer llring two miles
north-east of Jefferson, on the
Jefferson-Marlon road was Injur
ed by a Jersey bull Tuesday . ev
ening. It was milking time and
Hartley was going after the cows,
with his dog. , ;
The bull was staked out, and
the chain with which he was staked-,
became . entangled ' In the
brush. When Hartley tried to
get the bull Ont of the entangle
ment. It attacked him, knocking
him to the ground and trampling
on his body. The barking, of the
dog attracted the bull's attention,
and the animal left Hartley and
took after the dog, which gave
him a chance to escape.
Hartley received several brok
en ribs, besides being badly bruis
ed. A physician was called to look
after the Injuries.
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LETTTXTE SOON READY
HAZEL GREEN, May 7- They
expect to cut lettuce for market
by the fifteenth, K. Itana, gar
dener on Lablsh Meadows says. ,
New arid Exclusive
Early if You Want id Get One
AM8, Chiropodist, always in attendance .
Host of Friends Mourn Loss
- Of Popular Nurse
WACONDA, May 7 Miss Ce
cil Collins, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Collins of Waconda,
passed away at St. Vineenfa hos
pital in l Portland Tuesday i at
2:20- a.- m. Heart trouble caused
her death.' She had been ill for
six weeks. '
Miss Collins was .born in El
Reno, Oklahoma, September 8,
1901. For many years she lived
with her parents here and attend
ed school at Gervafs and Wood
burn hating graduated from
Wood burn high scbooL For the
past 10 years she has been em
ployed as nurse at St.. Vincent's
hospital in Portland.
Miss Collins : was a kind and
loving woman, making friends
wherever she went." 1 ;
Besides . a host of 'friends she
leaves to : mourn her loss, her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Col
lins,old and respected residents
here who have the sineereet sym
pathy of the people of this com
munity, two sisters, Mrs. H. L.
Miller ot Woodburn and Mrs. W.
F. O'Brien of Salem, i !
Funeral services were held
Thursday alter noon at S o'clock
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from thai Collins home. Inter
ment l-wUt be at the Belle Pass!
cemetery 1 in Woodburn. , ,
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BOO WELL CAPPED
SCIO. I May 7. The 2 OS-foot
well recently drilled in Sclo for
a city: water supply has been
capped for the time being, pend
ing the Installation of a pump
and (other-. Improvements con
templated by the town council.
The well Is a: 10-inch hole.
stead of 8 inches, as stated last
week.fi It may! be several weeks
BunAfttj Broflu, Diamond Dealers
U I r. years ago. Pay Us
fitm " j- -
STiIc Elnnc Provides Ileal
ve used to think that the storekeeper who sold "on
terms' was compelled to charge the buyer more But
14 a relic of bygone days For today
all good stores sell on Credit and all
good people buy on Credit, Only the
very rpoor pay cash, and that is (un
f rtubately) because, they have tot
j i - , . y '.. 1 1 "';
-I The Ring sketched la one of a
r group offered at Fifty Dollars
i- j Cash or Terms :
Jt Is guaranteed to be the finest and
the best money's worth In this good
twnof ours It may be had for a
payment of, say Five dollars And
the balance can be paid at the rats of
a;doQar a week. This simple state
ment of the plain facts Is all that a
Burnett Advertisement needs to present.
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457 SWte Street
Ortgiintors Of Low Prices 331 Stale St.
I Our Regular Prices
Are! Lower Than Most So-Called Specials
For This Week We Offer
1 i 1 , :
tJullc. rure rorK
1 17c :1b;
The Veal Market is Still Low
Take j advantage of the low prices on this delicious
xneatij We have a large supply of the firm- white
i : Milk .Fed .
1 15c lb.
Pure Home-Rendered Lard 10c lb.
I 'i Limit with meat purchase
"Qur Sugar Cured Meats are unexcelled for mildness
anr flavor. These prices should be an inducement to
before the new plant will te in
use, It la stated.' When fully
equipped and In : operation the
cost of the new well will be ap
proximately. 13000, It ta esti
mated..;. : .
GERVAIS. May 7 Mr. and
Mrsrf J. E. Cutsforth and Mr. and
Mrs M. J. Mahoney attended the
spring meeting, of the Marion
County Rural mall carriers held
at Silvertoa Saturday night. They
report a largo attendance and fine
time. I '
BstablJshed more ttuui thirty
As Yon Are Paid. I
SI a Week
Yet Easy Terms
2 lbs. 25c
Dainty Lean T
Pure PorV -.'.
2 lbs. 35c
Le: of Veal
pect e' be- goe.Oat a moots.