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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salssu Ore?on, Seaday Elcrnlsr, Jcfr 23. 1931
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SERM OF PICulCS
j GETTING READY FOR THE OPEN ROAD
NEW DURAin HAS DISTINCTIVE APPEARANCE I
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Program Announced- for
Annual Meeting' -at
Jennings . Lodge
MIDDLE GROVE. July Hi 5.
The annual convention of the
Oregon conference Wi&s list
young people's union will meet at
Jennings Lodge. July SI and Aug.
1 with the president, Carl Earnst
Tbe program la as follows:
Friday, July 81 . , ;
1:20 Devotionela. , ;
1:50 Preliminary remarks.'
. RolV call -; reports.
2: 45 Report of 'nominating
committee and election.
5:20 Banquet program and
. rally. .
. 7:30 Serrlce trader auperrl
aion of Miss Edna Frewing. chair
man or department of fellowship
- and recreation. Six tire minute
talks by young people -
1. What do young people think
. of revival In the church?
1. Are young people looking
'for spirituality or entertainment
' la the church? .
X. Is home influence loosing
4. Why should young people attend-
ekarch worship serrlce?
5 . Should any adults attend
young 'people's meetings I
t. What are the greatest dan
gers of. young people today?
. Address by Jlnvmy Henderson,
president of Oregon C. E.
Saturday, August 1
9:20 Two alternating group
discussions oa serrlce.
, 10:20 Rev. Fred Durdle -the
work of the Mapieleat Evaagell
; 10;S0 Five three m 1 n u t e
talks by young people oa ' the
Evangelical church and missions.
11:00 Group discussions on
1:30 Derotlonals, Rer. L. A.
1:50 Business. Installation
T;S0 Address by Carl Hein
. miller "Youth Takes up the
Mantel." Covenant service. '
iJ GROUP '
TURNER, July 25 The mis
sionary society composed of the
ladles of the Christian church had
an unusually pleasant meeting
Thursday . 4 at the Tabernacle
grounds on 1 a scenic spot on the
banks of Mill Creek which bor
ders the back side of the grounds.
Improved Free Wheeling
Synchro Silent Gear Shift '
Four Speed Transmission
Oversize Hydraulic Brakes
Safety Plate Glass
' . Rubber Shackles
Dotted Body Joints
Fully Insulated Bodies. .
Roller Mounted Steering
Adjustable Seats and Pedals
These are only a few of the 54
reasons why Graham cars are
distinctly BETTER carti Let o
stM, $785 p etahta.
OrteM m9vA tr WWlnfl 3S ertre la eey
eieM, iMitfdlsfl Ike new,
rnr Mil car will
ml m Mk Smm pmymum
fSrd ageiast overlooking setae mtpertaat Item ef camping
M tke eacsti
tnp, tie practice ef
by Mar upb ei tke WatUra
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About 20 ladies enjoyed . their
noon iunen, togetner, alter wnien
the usual f program was glren,
with the president, Mrs. E. J.
: The lesson study was en Thib
et. A different country Is studied
Mrs. J. M. Bones will entertain
for the next meeting, on the
fourth. Thursday afternoon la
August, with Mrs. F. C. Delzell
and Mrs. Howard Baker as joint
hostesses. Mrs. Susan Girardln
wQl hare charge of the program
with the subject of Japan for the
day's study. Friends are always
- STATTON, July 25 The Min
nesota club, will meet at the Stay
ton Legion park on Sunday for a
good .time and general program.
A community dinner at 1 p. m.
to be followed by a social hour
and the opportunity to renew old
acquaintances and , to make new
friends- .-- .
..The. music will be furnished by
the Start on orchestra and the
Stayton Quartette, with other fea
tures of interest. The address of
he day will be glren by William
A. Delzell of Salem; - ..
All former ' Minnesotans - are
urged to bring a well filled bas
ket. Coffee i will be serred free at
the park. .
low priced Prosperity Sla
rebly take tk p?ce
and Service for
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setting up mad ckeckia rer tke osseae U tke yrd k recsaea
BIG ADVERTI SINS
The Standard OH company of
California, long one of the larg
est users or newspaper adrert la
in; In this section of the country,
but which has been somewhat
dormant as an "advertiser the pa&
year or two, is back with largo
schedules again and la now laun
ching Its -third and largest cam
paign of. the year. using? The
Statesman and other papers In
Its territory, reaching a combined
circulation of orer J. 500. 000.
In this year of depression and
price wars this rigorous drlre of
a major oil company is signifi
cant. It shows that the executives
of this great concern hare decid
ed that now Is the 'time to
strike"; and according to the
tests made on their first two
campaigns this year, they hare
found that "it pays". As J. H.
Eastman, of MeCann-Erlekson,
handling their copy, writes: In
other words, ' the Standard Oil
company meets the depression
problem with a strong weapon,
' GT7EST AT TURNER
TURNER. Jnlr 25 H. P. Jaii.
sen and children Albert and El
eanor hare had as their guest for
tn week, little Alma Jensen, of
Portland, who has always made
very truck operator in this town
One of the Greatest
Miller's, Imperial Furni
ture," Miller's , Beauty Par
lor, Steuslof Fs, Cross Mar
. ket and Bailey's Grocery
GET TOUR PABKINO " J
TICKET O.KD BT THEIR
j . . CLERK : : . . I
I- . . PARKISO . RATES ' I
S Hrs....l0e IS Hrs....20e
LOW RATE BT THE MONTH
Day & Niles Annex
230 N. Liberty TeL 61H
- MAIN STATION
Chemeketa and High TeL 192
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- M I OUR . PRICES ARE
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onwlpsnsat la tke karry U get started
her homo with her aunt, Mrs. A.
Wolfe, as her mother, Mrs. H. P.
Jeasen died when she was amalL
Alma made the trip last Not em
ber to Denmark with her unci
and aunt and delighted her. el
der by her clever use of their
native language. . .
TURNER, July li Miss Thel
ma Delseir has Just received her
contract for a position- in the
Corvallls grade schools for the
coming year. Miss DeUell Is the
oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
F. C. Delzell, She began her
teaching a few years ago at Belle
Passl school district No. 34 near
Woodburn, after which she did
work la the grade school mt Tur
ner, Then two years were spent in
California where private tutoring
was taken up. Miss Delzell spent
the past winter at Oregon State
college where she took a special
course Including art.
GRAIN IN SHOCK
BETHEL. July 25 The grain
is nearly all In shock in Bethel
district. The yield will be an ave
rage crop.. Threshing is going oa
now. Hay baling is finished. The
latest, improvements are a 'fine
new roof on the R. A. Darr house,
and a new barn roof and painting
of buildings on the George Bahn
should know about
the Record Breaking
U. S. Peerless
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
RICKRBALU , July . 25 A
group - of fUckreall famine en
joyed ' the day . among the tall
trees and the ' cool breeces at Sil
ver .Creek , Falls on Sunday ac
companied 'by a bountiful picnic
lunch about one' o'clock. .
This was -the first of a Series of
picnics to be held within the next
few weeks- and sponsored by the
members of the ladles aid." -'
Those driving to Silver Creek
Falls were Mrs.' Charles Lrskln.
and sons Claud and Lloyd Larkin,
Mr. and ' Mrs. . John. .Winn and
Betty June, Mr. and' Mrs. V. A.
Fox, June and Hal Fox, Mrs.
Mary Buret, Mr. and Mrs. T. W.
Burch, . Harold Burch, Leo BehL
Mrs. and Mrs. L A. Dempsey, Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Vaughn. Mr. and
Mrs. J. O. Price, Katharine, Mir
iam, and Helea PxicB, Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Dempsey, . Mrs. Proc
tor. Arthur " Dempsey, Mr. - and
Mrs. E. A. Stenson, Mr. and Mrs.
S. H. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. IL
M. Walt, son Kenneth, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles ' Walt and Dean, and
'Cascadia has been suggested as
the scene of the next Jaunt, and
a very ' pleasant trip Is anticipated.:
fU CLUB GIRLS
JEFFERSON. July 11 The
OirU', 4-H cooking dub of . the
Parrish Gap district under the
leadership of Mrs. Mack .Hamby,
held their meeting and social at
the home of C. IL Miller Wednes
day evening. ' .
Mrs. Mack Hamby presided
ever the business session. Lois
Miller and Edna Lyons gave a
demonstration on the art of mak
ing angel food. cake. A social
hour followed the business meet
ing. - after which refreshments
were served by members of the
Present were: Mrs. Mack Ham
by, Donna June Powell, Edna Ly
ons, Lois Miller, Mrs. Elmer Red
mond, and. daughter Jean, Mrs.
William :kelton. and . children.
Betty and Jack; Jean McKee,
Mrs. Paul McKee, Mrs. Art Page
and Mrs. Miller.
VOTE IS LIGHT
GERVAIS. July 2S The elec
tion held' Monday night to vote
on the : Question of whether
school district No. 7 should sell
the school property to Union high
School District No. 1 seemed not
to be of much Interest to the
school patrons. Only St votes
were cast. Nine were for selling
the property and 12 were against.
One blank ballot was cast.
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240 N. Liberty . Tel. 6192
Sble riew of tn nev XuraBt. mtMel e19v showteic lew atrvialinrs. An entirely new saotlf In radiator de--ulgn
glvee this model a strkla asppearwavce, and ssggeste av costlier car. The girls are Fanchoa Jt 31r
co Sunklst Beauties.
Orchard Heights f
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ORCHARD HEIGHTS. July 2S
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elferle,
their daughters, ' Jean and Flor
ence, and son, -Charles .of Oak
land.. Calif., were guests-at the
Cash Roberts home. Thursday.
They came here from Newport
where they bad visited an aunt.
Mrs. M. A; Goodspeed.- and went
from here to Eugene oa their
way back to California. Mrs. Elferle-and
Mrs. Roberts are con
Small Donald . Edgar who is
staying with his grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edgar, Is
suffering from ear trouble fol
lowing a recent attack of scarlet
Chester Fisher went to Port
land Sunday where he joined his
aunt. Mrs. C A. Tommaseene and
his grandmother. Mrs. John Blng
ner. The trio are starting on a
motor trip through California.
They will visit relatives in Santa
Cms. . 1
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adams.
Delmar Sumpter of Marshtield.
and Irvla - Simmons left Friday
for a fishing trip to Marlon lake.
They will return. Sunday.
A guest at the C. S. Matthews
home Is J. T. Matthews, a broth
er of his host whose home Is at
El Reno, Oklahoma.. He will re
tastaSed at 4at
Comer Chemeketa c
Builder of Champions . . Pioneer
main In Oregon until October. .
Miss Mildred .Simmons Is home
from a visit with her friend. Miss
Jessie Wilson of Forest, . Wash
ington. - - ' -
- Mrs. Ammon Grlce and small
daughter, Irene, Larkin Grlce and
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Castle of
Wallace road were Sunday din
ner guests of Mr. and - Mrs. S.
Page at their home In Salem.
Both Mrs. Grice and Mrs. Castle
are nieces of Page. -
. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Gibson of
Salem who are camping this sum
mer on their farm here,' were
pleasantly surprised Sunday by
the arrival of a group of friends
with well filled baskets prepared
for a plenie dinner. The day was
pleasantly spent by Mr. and Mrs.
Burnham South wick, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy McDowell and sons. Ar
mon and James Herman. Mr. and
Mrs. M. A. Schneller, Miss Mary
Walt, Mrs. Marlon Putnam of Sa
lem. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gibson of
West Salem, Mr. and Mrs. L. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Frlnk of
Falls City were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cask Rob
Ammon Adams, small son of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adams. -is
TlstUng at the home of his uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. L.
Cannoy at Elklns.
' IfosLW adapted
, M"0 CAR can hold its public by with
. - Holding what the public demands . . .
that's why fifteen cars have already fol
lowed Studebaker to Free Wheeling . . .
and other cars are on the eve of adopting if j
'.. . . . . ; . ' .
In 1 2 short months,' Studebaker Free
Wheeling has been approved in every,
state of the union and every state of;
weather. Its economy and safety : are
established as a public benefaction.
Free Wheeling in its finest form with post'
tive gear control is built into every Stude
baker at the factory. Brakes, generator all
chassis details are engineered for the most
efficient operation of Free Wheeling. And, in
every Free Wheeling Studebaker, you get
these additional btudebaker advantages:
t i hmt f in i mi i in i- ijnziwn
tort cc!sl rtW
C3 cao4eb 5 TrbIbf 70 to 122 horsepower
Ond-Proflt prfoc8-4S to $2SS0 at tht factory
Swire wheela withotxt
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WOODBURN. July 25 Miss
Irene Forsythe, : a missionary
from Woodburn wbe has just re
turned home after spending three
years in country villages in Shan
tung. China, will speak Sunday
morning at the Woodburn' Pres-
brterlan . ehnreh. Alt her manv
friends are cordially invited to
attend the services, which begin
at 11 o'clock. At noon a plenie
will be held in Maupin's grove
on the highway. Miss Forsythe.
and Rev. and Mrs. Achor of Ore
gon City will be present.
Rev. Achor was formerly pas
tor of the Woodburn church. Be
ginning at S o'clock in the evening,-Miss
Forsythe will speak at
the Bethel church. Miss Forsythe,
daughter of Mrs. Almle Forsythe
of Woodburn, has had many in
teresting experiences during her
stay in the, Orient and her speech
es are expected to be very inter
esting. Miss Forsythe has virtual
ly lived the. Ufa of the Chinese
while there, dressing In native
costume and eating native food.
Miss Forsythe is a graduate of
Woodburn high school and the
Moody Bible institute and Mus
kingum college. Ohio.
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