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ThtJ OXIEGON STATESMAN. Salem. Oregon,- Saturday Morning, August 8, 1931
Holiness Association Holds
Annual Event; Orval
II ease Evangelist
The annual camp meeting of
the Marlon County Holiness asso
ciation opened Thursday night at
Qulnaby park, -with Rer. Orral J;
Kease of Pasadena,' California, as
the evangelist. The large taber
nacle was irell filled for the open
ing service and mora than one
Hundred people are already
eamped on the grounds besides
the large number who -drive In
Trent Salem and from other near
by points. ",
Tier. E. X. Harrington of Wood'
burn, pastor of the Free Metho
dist church. Is chairman of . the
association and Rer. Fletcher
Galloway, pastor of the Nacarene
church of Salem, Is In charge of
the music. ". ' .. ' , :
Rer. tNease who Is president of
the Pasadena ' Nasarene college.
. Bounded the key note for the en
campment In nls" opening address
as "The Singing Gospel or Joy
rla-hriatlan Living! and Chris
tian Servica", , He spoke from
the text "And When They had
Kaaar an T-lTmit' . .
We often think of th sorrow
ing Messiah, and the . suffering
Messiah, and the rejected Mes
siah." ho said, "but I would hare
you think' of the singing Messiah.-
. He said no doubt the
Iithiii (kit was mar ll tha
Paschal hymn . or the - 118th
Psalm. He said this -was a song
of sacrificial lore, a cry of a
conquering -warrior. . and a song
of triumph over death.
Among the ministers who hare
part In the camp meeting ' are:
Rer. R. a Stewart, Dr. C. C.
Foliar. Rer. Fletcher Galloway,
Rer. Edgar." P. 61ms.. and Her.
Aaron Wells, all of Salem; Rer.
E. X. Harrington of Woodburn.
Rer. A. Br ens tetter of Hubbard,
Rer. Stalker of Dallas, and a
large number of others who will
be present for. a few days next
There are three services dally
at 10:39 a. m.. at 2:J0 p. m.,
andTat 7:3d p. m.
Improvements on the new home
of the Temple Baptist church at
19th and Breyman are continuing.
The men of the church will
meet Monday. Tuesday and Wed
nesday evenings at :10 to con
tinue their work of remodeling
the church building..
The women of the church will
meet at. 2 o'clock Wednesday af
ternoon for work oh the church
hnnlnv and furnlshlnrs.
Bible school teacners ana wm
cerm will meet Thursday evening
at 7 o'clock for lesson study; at
7:30 a workers' training class will
be organized and will have its
first lesson session.
Prayer meeting Thursday at 8
p. m will be followed by choir
rehearsal at 9 o'clock
Friday evening the Junior B. T.
P. U-, will hare its first monthly
business and social meeting at t
. . .. . 1. 1
o clock in tne ouemeni sscmui
- room. I
From Trip, Go
Rer. -Hugh B. Pooka, Jr.. pas
tar of Jason Lee Memorial church,
with his wife and son, Jimmle
BUI. bare returned from their so
journ In' northern Washington
and Victoria, B. C.
Their daughter Betty has been
staying at the Girl Reserve camp
In the Santiam for the past two
weeks, while the other son. My-
- ron, has been at Boy Scout camp.
. The whole family; Is spending
,thls week at the Kpworth league
institute at Falls City, where Rev.
Fouke Is a member of the faculty.
PERRYDALE, August 7 J. C.
Penney of New York and D. B.
Jarman of Salem called at the
home pf Mr. and Mrs. - Andrew
Campbell Wednesdays afternoon
to see his herd of .Guernsey cattle.
Since Mr.- Penney la a breeder
. of Guernseys, he was particularly
Interested . In. - Campbell's - herd,
Mr. Campbell having a bull, .King
of Lonor Place. ..purchased from
Mr. Penney a few years ago.
Penney highly praised , Camp
bell's herd of 40 cows and . the
irrigation- pro Jeer with - w hicli' he
Irrigates 20 acres of alfalfa. .
Thomas Fendell .of Phoenix.
Ariz., arrived Wednesday at the
- D. I' Keys home. Mrs. Fendell
came several weeks "ago - to . be
with her father, who U quite ill.
-Mr. and Mrs. T. Borden and
son, Thornval of Beddings. Calif.,
"are visiting with Mrs. Berdan's
sister. Mrs. Jane Baxter for a
couple of weeks. They , with Mrs.
- Baxter, went to Salem Tuesday to
-Yislt relatives. , - -
i. . s a ommmsnommmsmmmmmn
-H ' In the Church o3jj
naixxuxx. baptist i
Contt Hassl ui Aeaassar fits. 8 ma- I
aay iiiiii as av a. Bh tossoa, Itti,
82:4a to S:19. Prsacaiaf al 11 a. T,
ad S p. as. lIMwask arsysr and tssti
moav asoauag , Tharsdsr ovcaiBt; al S
Brvirss at 10 a. as. will bo eanaaetoa
by iter. lr. Sfhoclcr of Corvallia. saaar
iataaaoat of JLataoraa . araaaata' vork.
Saocial music j '
Karats aaa . Winter Sts., J. B
8 U wart, pastor. Sunday school at P:4S a.
m. Manias; worship 11 a'clork; sabieet,
"Tka Tempi saa lUr Bailaor-.' No ovo-
ain- aarvica duriar Quiaabv camp mt-1
xtasozxzstio ruix ooirn."
111 aaa larry Sts.. C. . "Was ton.
pastor. Saadsy school at 1:45 p. au,
caareh servifa at S: aabjeet "Taa Oaalh
of Klnc Cssiaa." ftiti aarrica at
7 :46 p. av. aabjeet. - Taa Beoa Co
iar at Christ." Spatial - aaasia ia aotk
arrieca. Taraday rraaiac." ? :a3, Bibta
tady ia tk Book af Bomaas witb Ulna
trativa chart. Taaraday avaaiag; ?:4S.
ennrrh fellowship and prayer meeting.
Satarday aisht, 7:43, T. P. aarriea.
I tost rmxsBTTsniaw
Comer - Winter and Chemeketa Sta
Graver C. Biftcket. 1. D . paatar. Cknreh
ehaol at 1:30 a. m. .Morning warship. 11
a'claek. JUt. r. . - Ba nrroft af Saa
rraaeisea, will preach, kpacial musie hy
tha eaair.' Christina eadeaeae- aasacias-a
at S:30 p. m. Kenin; wership,. 7:30;
kVev. Baaeraft will prases. Tha arehaslra
will asaUt ia tlie font aerriea. Aatkeai
by tha chair, 'and a aala hv- aT.' Weeks.
Mia week ' aray er .' aaiejca Tharaday . ere
aias; at T rsO 'eUeh. a .
COTJTsVT ST K EXT CHXIgTUUT
Coart and 17th 8ts, B. 9. Kheeawker,
pastor, tiaaaay echeel, t:3 a. aw Mrs.
E. Waller. 6apU Momin warship. 11
a'etack; tobjett. "Tha Parable ( tha
TaleaU." Na areninc aerrie. T. P.'s
saeetinv at T a'eloek t sobjeet. "Oaod
and Bad features ia Amnsemcnts". Aid
aaeicty assets Wedaesday aad rrMay.
Midweek meetinr Wednesday at S p. m.
CHniBTXAK AH aOSSIO VAST
5S Ferry 6t W. H. CaldwelL nastar.
Sands y seheol at f :45 a. as.. M. P. Ut-
wilier. Sops. A clssa far everyone. Hn
iag worship at 11. Theme. "Christ and
Hi Chares.". Briar year Bib lea t aer-
viee. T. P. aaeiety will meet at 6:45 p.
m. Evening ersnreliitie serrice at 7:45,
including; speeial singing and matie.
Sahiect. "ssmaa tha fiyriaa". Prayer
meeting Taasday aTgninr at 7;43. T.
prayer meeting Thartday ereaing. Street
semea Satarday evening at 8 clock.
Tea are welcome to all thesa services.
If any man win to do His will Ha
(hall knew of tba doctrine." Jaka 7:17.
riXST GSBJatAJT BAPTIST
North Cottars and I frits.. . O. W.
BnUch. minister: O. Bchanke. -assistant
minister. Snnday school st S:45 a. m
Bass Sehamaa, Bapt. Services, 11 a. as-
topic. "Jesus Only". Choir anthem. We
an s JCissionsry society st S:30 a. m
Evening serviee at 8 a'elock: topic.
WBT So Miny Fail to Believe . Choir
and church ereheMrs.- Kegalar midweek
prayer .service st 8 p. an., Wednesday.
j CHUJT XUTHXUAK
I . (American Latkcraa Eyaod.)
German aervieea :5 n. m subiect.
"Spiritual iifts." English aerrices. 11
a. m. Subject. "Varied Gifta for Varied
Ues' Son day school. 9:40 a. m.. Mrs.
. CAXVAET BAPTIST
Rev. rraak B. Matthews of Corvsllis
will preach at 10:50; subject. "Fellow
ship . Xo evening service. Special mus
ic. Prsyer meeting Wednesday avening
and no choir rehearsal Thursday. Trus
tees meeting s:do at ennrcn. Monday
" HTOHLAND FBXEXBS
Corner Hi r bland aad Friends. Edrar
P. Aims, pastor. Bible school 10 a. nv.
E. it. Beckett. SoDt. Mornitf worskiD.
11 o'clock. 'o evenlnr services or mid-
wek prayer meeting on account of camp
reting; at Viby park.
TOST CHXTRCH OT CHBISTr
Chemeketa and Liberty fits.. Saaday
services at 11 o'clock. Subiect. "Spirit".
Bunaay evening services are discontinued
daring July and Angnst. Snndsy school
at 9:45 and 11. Testimonial meeting ev
ery AYelnsUy aveninff st 8. Reading
room st 406 Masonic Temple open from
IX to 3:3U,exeept Bnndsys and holidays.
South Commercial and Myers St.. S.
Dsrlow Johnson, pastor. Jaorning wor
ship. 11 clock. Benson by pa a tor:
"Bobbed by Weeds". Anthem. "Wait
Thoa an God'. (Bertha Tsmblja). Hsp
py evening hour at 8, with song service
and sermon, t'hareh school, 9:45 a. m..
Stearns Cashing. Sunt. Jdidweek Braver
and study hour Thursday evening at
7:o, taking ap tha psrsble of. "The
riXST CHTTXCH OP TEE HAZABXHB
13 th, aad Center Sts Rev. ristcher
Galloway, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a.
m.. Frank it. tatwiller. Supt. If arning
worship 11 a. m- ' sermoa by paatori
The Unfinished Task". Xo. S of a aer
ies on missions. Special music by tka
choir; John i'riesen, director. Tha eve
aing service will ba dismissed so sll may
attend tha camp- meeting at tdniaaby
A resmlar Sunday school sessioa will
ba held at Breitenbuah Springs Saaday,
aagusi it, at ju:sv a. m. inn interna
tional Sunday school lesson will ba asad.
Tha text of tba lesson is found ia. Gala-
tians :l-10. Please bring Bible or oaar
terly. The ssoetina- will be in charee of
officers of the kiarioa county Sanday
school council of Christian educatioa.
ST. JOBsT'S X.TJTHXXAW
. ,. (Missouri syaod.)
Korth 16th and "A" Sts Rer. H. W.
Gross, paator. English service, 9:45 a.
m.; uermsn, al 11 clock.
High and Center streets. 1). J. Howe,
astor. Bible school, B:45 a. m.. Orrille
. Hull. Sunt. Mernina worshin. 11
o'clock. Tha , Lord's supper followed by
The pastor will preach at both the
morning . and evening services. Christian
endeavor, 7:00 p. as.; evangelistic Ser
vice, 8 :00. i ,
This cbarrk will furnish tka Bret-ram
of masie aad sermon at Wllsoa park at
a :ow p. m. . i .
Special aansia at each aerriea br the
choir uader tha direction of Professor E.
W. Hobtoa. i
TIBST MXTHODIST EPISCOPAL
The pulpit auDDly committee has ar
ranged for the aervieea of Kev. Stanley
w. Clemes who will occupy tha - amlpit
ad the. First Mm hod 1st church . Snnday
morning at 11 o'clock. Her. Clemea is a
missionary to India at homo on . far-
lousa. lr. Parker will areaeh ia c.areae.
First church Sanday moraing. Uuaday
school at 8:30. Xo evening services. The
music wiil b at followi: &. D. Barton
wilt stag' "Trees", by Kasbaeh. Miss
Kleaaor Moore will ' sing- Baefe-Goaaod'o
"Ave Min", aeeomoanied by Prof.
Roberts st the organ aad Miss Carolyn
Parker n.t the piano. , ,
Xllmore J.. oilitrsp, pastor. Dr. Epley,
Bible aehool bupt. 6v. rraak L. Cook,
reproseatstivo . of VTeaterm Christisa
Homes, will aiar a special song ana give
the morninr address. The Christian en
deavors will- hold a Joint meeting with
tho Epworth league at 7 p. m. .The eve
ning worship hoar will be given over to
a community oenr service and anloa
meeting at tha Chrisrisa ehnraa. Rev.
Bursal aa of the Turner M. E. chareh.
will preaeh and Dr. Epley will lead tho
singing.. . -
CALVARY; BAPTIST CHURCH
. High a . Ferry . St. . . Tear . EKlnore TbesUrts
Services, begin, at t: 40 a. m. with Church
School. Preaching 10:50 a. m. and 7:45 p.
m.:B..Y.'s 6:4S p. m. . . , . , .
; Rcy.7FraEk B. Malhcwx ; -
''J-:j of Corvallis' will preach ,
Subject, Fellowship Special Music :
; ; No Evenlngc Seirice
''W. Earl Cochran, pastor - -Ton
will " be -WELCOME to these services
JABOsT XXX KE3COBXU. 1C Z.
Coras K. Winter and Jetfereea Baa,
Hagh B. Pooka, Jr, paator. Moraiag aas
vices: 10:30 a. as. Sermoa. "Pallowsaip
With Gad", by pastor. Church school at
9:45, -with classes for all ages,-H. B.
Oarpeatar. Baps. Xveaiag aarviaas: S p.
av. "Samaritaa Bighsooaaaaaa", by a
tor. Bp worth Magna ' aervieea, 7' P- as.
Midweek prayer serviesa Tharsday, 7:10
p. av. patter ia charge.
euLD Txonros aciaaiosT .
' S37 Court St C. S. Johnkon, pastor.
Saaday school. S p. as., aervieea at S p.
m. Fall gospel aseasaga. Evening worship
at 8 o'clock. Evangelistic meetings Taas
day, Tharsday aad Satarday evesiags. -
UkBISH hCISSIOY XTAVOXLICAX
Clear Leka ehurck school 10:00 a. m.,
W. P. Col lard. Sup. Worship at 11 eoa
ducted by the pastor.- Bible study Tues
day at S p. as. Middle Grave chores) school
at 10 a. m, T, Pt Walker, Supt.-Junior
E. U C I. at 11. Bonier E. U O. E. at
7:00 p. as. Preachtag at 8; aabieet. "The
Parables af . Kingdom Expansion".
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. E.
L. C. . baaiaoaa meeting Friday evening.
Labish Oeater ckuek aehool at 10 o'clock
witk W. A. SUrkar. Supt. C. E. st 7 p.
m subject, "wood aad Baa Festsrea ia
Aasasemeata." Willard - Hemscbureb,
leader. Prayer aervica Thunaday evening.
H. &. Schuensvan. pastor. .
XKMAjrOEX, TVZls OOBPEX
17th aad .- Chemeketa SU., Thoanas
Baird, paator. Sunday school at .- 1 :3 ;
devotional, 1:30; oTsagalUtie, " 7:80.
Tuesdsy-aad Fridaj-, servioaa, S p. as.
Wadaeaday an day prayer meeting. Be
ginning at 10 a. as. Wednesday at S p.
a, Bible stady. T. P. meeting Friday. 8
p. as. Chair praatiea, Monday 7:30. Ev
ery body welcome ta all thasa aerrices.
, - ' niiT nwAnoarr.TCii.
Marioa aad Snmmer Sta C. C. Poling.
D. D., pastor. Saaday ackaot :45 a, m
Meraiag warship 11 o'clock: subject
"How aad Wast To Hear'V U U
Tkorataa. 8. S, -gopt. Claaaea for aU.
Evening worship 8 a'elock; embjert. "The
Paithfal Sariag." T. P. meeting at T
o'clock; ' subject. "Good aad Bad Taa
tares la Amusements." . Loader. Boa ben
Hilfiker. , , ;
H. C. Stover, minister. Chareh school
meets at S a. as. Morning nnd oveaing
aervieea discontinued daring the meats
af Aagutt sad the tint Sunday ia Sep
Liberty at Center. Sunday school at
:43 a. m, P. E. Koor, Supt. Marnlnr
worship at It a. as. Sermoa subject, "As
tha Daw." Mo evening aervica. Wv C.
. ir- i !
TXltTUI BAPTIST ;
19tk aad Breymaay Sts. Biblo school.
9:45; morning worship. 11 e'eleek. with
sermon by lr. Bay K. Terk of Kansas
City. Ssl.ject, "Js the Charch Worth
While f the Answer Which the World
Gives." Senior, intcrmadisto nnd junior
Baptist Y. P.'s unions, 7 o'clock.. Eve
ning worship. S:00; with sermoa by lr.
York. 8ubjeet, "The Divine BemUsioa."
This is the third of a series of fear ser
mons on "Poor Wonders at the Gospel."
Corner Capitol aad Msrioa SU4 W. G.
Lieakaemper. pastor. Saaday aehool at 10
a. m.. German worship at 10 o'clock;
subject, "Psul Converted aad Commis
sioned.' ' English worship 11 o'clock:
subject, "The Scribes aad Pharisees.''
Special masie: solo by M. P. 7. hlrusa.
TOST CHTjacK OP GOD
Cor. Hood and Cottsra 8ts., ' C W.
Hatch, pastor. Morniaf service. 11 a. .,
subject. "Sanctification." Sunday school
at lO a. m.. John Van Lydegraf. Supt.
Midweek prayer serviee. 8. p. bl, Wed
nesday, by youag people. Subject, "Bible
WEST SAIJUC CrRCUTT
Tha Sunday school at Summit meets
at 10 a. m. Tha subject of tha discourse
by the psstor at 11 o'clock will bo "Xo
Time for Uod". Tha Sunday . aehool at
Ford Memorial chuxah meeta at 9:45 a.
m. X visiting pattor from tha Tall City
Epworth lea rue Institute will preach at
11 a'elock. The senior Epworth league's
devotional hour a 7 :00 p. m. The sub
ject of the evening's discourse-by the
pastor at S a'elock will bo "The Pali
and Kocovery of the-Apostle Pater," or
"Making a Good Finish,'' 8peciel musie
at the sermoa hour, both morning and
avening. C. L. Dark, minister.
BIBLE SCHOOL IS
WACONDA, August 7 The
dally vacation Bible school organ
ised by the Eldriedge . Sunday
school superintendent, 'Miss
Gladys Brown, began Tuesday
with much enthusiasm and inter
est evidenced by the splendid op
ening attendance!. Twenty-two pu
pils of grammar school age are
enrolled and already .much has
been accomplished In Bible study.
The use of crayons,; scissors,
pictures and paste Is employed
during the hand work period, and
Interesting hooks .containing il
lustrated Bible verses are made.
The children are looking for
ward to a visit from the Rev. H.
H. Scheuerman of Salem who will
speak to them some time dnrlng
Miss Brown is assisted by two
high school girls of this commun
ity. Miss Virginia Sahll and Miss
Esta Tlnun. - .
Following the two weeks ses
sion a demonstration and picnic
lirbe given, and parents, and
friends of tha children will be in
vited to attend.: " is
Jeiierson Girl j
JEFFERSON. August 7 Shir
ley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.
E. Jones,' met with a painful ac
cident Tuesday while at the home
of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. . Ralph Weddie, - near the
6he tripped and fell in the hack
yard,. her. left hip striking . the
harp edge or the board walk, tut
ting a gash which required the
aerrices et .the-, local . physician.
Two stitches were taken to close
np the wound. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Chapln and
son, Jimmle, Mrs. Gnssle Dickin
son and daughter. Joyce, of Port
land,' and Mr. and Mrs. .Charles
Hoyt were called to Albany to see
their father who is ill at the Al
bany General hospital. r
Boy Recovers i
From Dog Bite
PRATUM. Aug. 7 Charles
Sappla field 'Junior who had 1
narrow eseape when a 12 S pound
police dog bit him in the face, is
recovering surprisingly well; his
race .la almost healed. : .
Mrs. Sarah Ludwlg and ' two
sons Joel and Thomas from San
Jose, Cai; are visiting here with
mends and relatives. :
There will he no services held
at ' the Methodist : church . here
next Sunday August fth, on ac
count of the Institute, at Falls
City where Rev. and Mrs. Rounds
are attending this -week -anti
BUYS lilTEOEST '
irj SALET.1 STOBE
INDEPENDENCH. Aug.' T. A.
O. Moor has -narcnased an ln
tercmt la an lea mm and eo it
fee tlonery business on State street
in Salem, and will be associated
with his soa-ln-law. Art Myers,
who 'bought an interest' the
business some months ago.
Mr. Moore has been In the fur
niture business here wlthK. E.
Addison for some time., and will
still contlnne in It, Mr. Addison
beloc in charge of the store.
'.Mr. Moorewas at on time in
the eonfeetpnery business with
W. H. Craven in. this place.
. E. A. Wed die, who owns a bar
ber shop in the Ball' building, is
moTint; from, his present location'
to the front 'of the Palace pool
hall on Main street, where he was
at one time. The new shop Is to
be modern in every way.' Estes.et
Miller, local carpenters, are dolns;
tho work. - ,' r; ... ..t... ;
' Mr. and Mrs. Otmer Woods ar
rived from Bend Wednesday. Mrs.
Woods will remain. for some time
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.
Eitles-eorge, Mr. Woods returniac
to Bend. Mrs. Woods' is reeover
inc Irom the flu and has come to
the valley to regain her health, , :
LTONS. Aur. 7. Farmers of
this . vicinity have, nearly - all sot
their train ready to be threshed.
Mr. Neal.'who has a new outfit,
will be in this locality in a day
or two. . He - had several ardall
acreages to finish early today in
the Jordan valley district, about
eight mile south of here, and
then will proceed to move bis ma
chine to the farms near Lyons
and Fox valley; - There are only
seven or eight places to thresh bat
grain looks very rood hero this,
season and a fair yield is hoped
for. Mr. Neal expects to arrive
here about Thursday evening; if no
unforeseen delays are encoun
tered. - i ;
Charles Hasness has returned
to Lyons to make his home after
being- away tor some time. He
baa rented a house near the Ly
ons . garage. Mr. Hasness located
here for a time several years ago.
and after selling his farm he
went' to Idaho but says, he likes
Oregon the best and plans to' re
main here. , :
INDEPENDENCE. Aug. 7
first -hops to .be picked this sea
son, was the Kenneth -Williams
yard south of town. It was a short
picking, aa there was a largo crew
and the hops light.
The red spider was working in
this yard, and In order to save the
crop it wss picked earlier. Some
red spider is showing np now, in
the smaller yards, and this will
cut down In the yield of the
A few of the other early hops
will be, picked this next week, but
tne main harvest win noi siarc
till the last of August.
DALLAS. Aug. 7 Some 400
boys and girls are camped at
Falls City this week for the. an
nual Institute sessions of. the
Portland and Salem , districts of
tho Methodist , Epworth league
members. Various classes are
held during tha morning hours
and sports in the afternoon.
Friday the entire group are
planning to spend the afternoon
In the Dallas city park. Arrange
ment for transportation are be
ing made by local groups In Falls
City and Dallas,
RICKREALL, Aug. . 7 Mr.
Peck, a local turkey grower had
tho misfortune to lose over 100
of hla finest young tnrks a few
nights ago. When he went to feed
hla flocks la ' the - morning . be
found them huddled together and
smothered. It Is thought some
thing frightened tho -young birds
and they tried -to get out of the
house all at once.
The loss amounts to several
hundred dollars - and Is ' keenly
felt hy Mr. Peck aa he take great
pride In his fine band of turkeys.
-Must Pay Fees
. A so-called behlele. constructed
by two Corvallls boys, and equip
ped with a threa-fonrths horse
power washing machine motor for
power, must ba licensed under the
provisions of tho state motor to
hide laws, according to an optn
Ion handed down . by . 'Attorney
General Tan winkle -yesterday.
."It will be readily seen.- the
opinion read, "that tha device is
mechanical . and : moves . by ether
than human power, and not e
elnslvely on stationary rail tracks.
. "Therefore, while moving over
tho highways of the state It would
bo a vehicle ander tha motor ve
hicle act," - r -
The opinion. wa asked Hal B-
Hoss, secretary of state, follow tag
receipt of a letter from James G.
Smith, secretary of the Corvallls
Dill!! ESI I
Unique Affair at
Stay ton Home i
Etayton One of--the most
nnlQue, and unusually delightful
informal social affairs of the
snmmer season was the afternoon
of bridge enjoyed at tho snmmer
home of Mrs. Edward J. Bell, at
the Beirs camp on .Thomas creek.
In keeping with tho woodland
surroundings, card accessories in
every detail were ; cleverly, carried
out , by the artistic handwork of
Mr. Bell - whose willow carvings
and -. hand hewn motif added to
the attractiveness of the occa
sion.; .. Mountain greenery, and
foliage were used tor decorations
about the camp. Those enjoying
the afternoon were, Mrs'.. George
H. Bell. Mrs. J.- W. Mayo. Mrs.
O. S. ' Gardner, Mrs. M. J. Tate.
Mrs, O. F. Korinek,Mrs. Glen X.
Fox, Mrs. H. A. Beau champ, Mrs.
M. 8. Hunt, Mrs. Emma Sloper,
Mrs. ' Hattio Flcklln. - Mrs. ; AlgiC
Murphy, Mrs. Clay Eglestoa, Mrs.
C. P. Nelbert. . Mrs.. B. D. Crab
tree and Dave'!!. John.. All were
reluctant to leave the scene, cf
raeh an enjoyable afternoon. . -
Farewell Party at ' : '
Wobclry -Home -
Complimenting Glenn Rolling
who left Friday morning for New
London. Connecticut to enter the
Coast Guard academy.- Mr. and
Mrs. F.;N. Woodry entertained
Thursday night in their pretty
suburban home with an. evening
of cards and dancing. Thoee chos
en to bid farewell to tho honor
guest. Glenn Rollins. Included.
Mr. andjdrs. Russell Bentler, Mr.
aad Mrs. W. O. Church, Mr. and
Mrs. , Willis Clark, Mr. and. Mrs.
Kenneth' Graher, Mr. and ; Mrs.
Roy Pease, Mr. and Mrs. E. K.
Rollins. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cur
tis. Ada Williams, Meta Holman.
Harriette Hageman, Helen Web
er,, firrol Stoddard, Clara Zuber,
Clara Johnson, Ron Graher. Art
Cummings. Everett Patton, Glenn
Allen, Edmond . Rollins, Victor
Rhodes andthe host and host
ess. Mr. and Mrs. Woodry.
'. The hostess was assisted In the
serving of a late supper by the
Misses Clara Zuber and Ruth Rol
lins. Members' of the. Salem Zonta
club met for a dinner meeting
Thursday evening at the Marion
hotel.' Miss Thelma Davis gave
a group of vocal selections after
which the various club members
told of their vacations. The meet
ing was closed with the singing
of the club songs.
Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Waters
motored to Corvallls Friday even
ing to attend .the Legion corps
competitive drill., Tbey were
Joined by Mrs. F. L. Waters and
Miss Jnlia Webster of Salem and
by Mr. and Mrs. Everett Walker
of Lebanon. .
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M-s. M. E. Wheaton accompan
ied by .. her two grandchildren.
Phyllis and Edwin, Woertendyke
of Tlgard, are guests at the home
of her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wheaton. They
plan to return to their home
Monday or Tuesday of next week.
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Dr. Helen Pearce expects . to
leave Salem Sunday for Berkeley.
California, where she will spend
the month of, August with
friends. Dr. Pearce is a member
of the faculty of Willamette uni
versity. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Robertson,
accompanied hy Mrs. Russell
Bonesteele and Miss Sarah Lan
sing motored to Corvallls Friday
evening to attend the drum corps
Mr. and Mrs. John Falrweafher
and Mr. and Mrs. Lars Bergsvlk
made up a party enjoying, the
Legion drum corps exhibition -in
Corvallls Friday evening.
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Among those driving to Corval
lls last night to attend the Legion
festivities were Mr. and Mrs. Karl
V. Pease and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver
Mr. and Mrs. H. Snook, accom
panied by Mrs. Florenea Thomp
son, are expected to return home
Saturday from a week's vacation
spent at Waldport.
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Mr. a.nd Mrs. Oral Lemon mo
tored to Corvallls Friday evening
to attend the drum, corps exhibi
tion and Legion affairs.' .
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Brown and
daughter expect to leave tha first
of tha week for Neskowln where
they will vacation for a week. .
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Only One Fatality
In Industry Week
There' was on fatality in Oregon
duo to Industrial accidents during
tho week : ending August ' f , ac
cording, to a report prepared by
the state Industrial accident com
mission Friday. The "Victim was
Joseph Eevleh of Portland. There
were ftl accident reported to
tho commission during the week.
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. The Japanese , Young People's- League meeting
o'clock Snnday, August tta'at Hayesville church. Bob
Konlshl will lead.' :
Meeting Monday . '
: Tho Salem branch of the Wom
en's Greater Oregon association
will meet at the chamber ot com
merce, 1 o'clock Monday evening.
ThTaaasoeIatIon Is organised to
urge people- in Salem and Ore
gon to buy Salem and Oregon
made ' products, A apodal Invita
tion le extended to the members
of tha Business and -Professional
Women's club and to all women
Interested Dues have - been sus
pended and thera are -no-obliga
tions la any way other t nan 'will
ingness 'to assist on committee
and help eo large inezn be rahip -to
Its fun quota of 108. -Mrs. W.
Carlton Smith, - president of tho
organisation is ' arranging ane In
teresting - meeting - for Monday"
night, and a -mil attendance is
. e e
Former Dallas people who were
in Salem during the week renew
ing acquaintances were. Mr. and
Mrs. Ray McCart ot Modesto. CaL,
who called at the home, of Mr.
and Mrs. William J. Braun. The
MeCarta plan to leave Salem with
in the next fortnight for their
California home where Mr. Mo
Cart is athletic coach at the Mo
desto high schooL Both Mr. and
Mrs. McCarC are graduates of Ore
gon State college, where Mrs. Mc
Cart will be remembered 'as Ger
trude Ellis. She is a member of
Zeta Tau Alpha sorority,- while
Mr. McCart is affiliated with Sig
ma Alpha Epsllon fraternity.
. Hubbard. A group ' ot people
from East . Hubbard . enjoyed . a
swim and picnic supper at MShad-
E-Acree" Thursday evening. The
group included the families ot Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Stauffer, Mr. and
Mrs. Waldo F. Brown, Mr. and
Mrs. Etton McLaughlin, Mrs.
Winnie Kocker, Mr. and Mrs. Les
ter Will, Mr. and Mrs. John Stauf
fer, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Stauffer.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Smith. Mr. and
Mrs. Lyle Hill. Claire HUL Helen
nm and Kenneth DurrelL.
The Polk county W. C. T. TJ.
Ill hold an all day institute
Tuesday, August 11, in the Pres
byterian church at Dallas. The
speaker ot tho day will be Mrs.
Lynetto Wiggins, who Is national
secretary , of the organisation.
Mrs. Lucille McDonald. . Folk
county president, announces im
portant business to come before
the meeting which will be fol
lowed by a covered dish luncheon
at noon. All interested are cor
dially Invited. . " , " .
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Mr. and Mrs. ' James R. Linn
have as their houae gneet, Albert
Magnus, of Chicago who will be
in Salem' for. about two weeks.
Both the Magnus boys are well
known In Salem having made this
their homo for. a number . of
years. They were both associated
In business manufacture of malt
syrup with one of the largest
malt plants In the country Joe
Magnus is now' connected with
tho well known Pabst company.
Mrs. Carl Charlton and small
son, Robert.' left Friday morning
for Odell Lake where they will be
tho guests of Mrs. Charlton's
aunt,. Mrs. Arthur Raggner. for a
week or ten days. Mr. and Mrs.
Charlton and eon returned the
early part of the week from Nes
kowln where they enjoyed a brief
Drr and Mrs. Carl G. Doney left
Salem . Friday, by motor for Brit
ish Columbia, where they will en
Joy a brief vacation trip. This is
tho first time Dr. Doney has vis
ited that section of the country'
and they have planned , an easy
and . leisurely trip returning to
Salem in about 10 days.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl T. Pope and
children. Virginia and Carl. Jr..
are planning to leave Salem Sat
urday afternoon for Nelscott
beach, where they will enjoy a
week a outing. .
Good Intentions -
. .'.-' -
do aot take tho place of a good will. Feel
-free' to consult as and then have your '
.lawyer draw a will to carry' out your -
plane for your family. Tn this way those . .
yon care -for most will, fare best
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Ladd & Bush Trust Company
V A. N. BUSH, President . - r
WM. S. WALTON, Vice President .
L. P. ALDRICH. Secretary
- JOS. H. ALBERT, Trust Officer
WE DO TRUST BUSINESS EXCLUSIVELY
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Soup or Salad :v Meat or FUh Potatoes.
. ; r Vegetables V, Xread and Butter or Rolls .
r , ; Ro - w.Tuddlnf and Drink ..' .
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Farewell Dinner at
One of tho interesting Informal
affaire of the week was the fare
well dinner party.- siren Thursday
evening at the attractive country
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bar
truff. honoring her brother,' War
ren Edwards, who-left Salem last
evening for Los Angeles where ho
plans to make his home indefin
Those who were chosen to bid
farewell to the honor, guest were
Mr, and Mrs. A. J. Wheaton, Mr.
and Mrs. Art- Wallace, Mr. and
Mrsv G. Taylor,- Mr. and Mrs. El
mer Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. A. XL
Wickert and -the heat aad hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. BartrnfX. . , ;
Mr; Edwards is well known in
Salem, harlag served on the local
traffic force for - a number: ot
years, later becoming affiliated la
the same department at tho Ore
gon state penitentiary. His many
friends join in wishing him well
In hla new enterprise. -
Monmouth. An attractive so
cial affair of tho week was an in
formal evening .of entertainment
planned Tuesday, on the Oregon
Normal school's campus, for coun
ty school superintendent . who
were attending the convention at
' A picnic supper x as served at
0:30 on 'the donrfitory lawns.
Following this, many faculty folk
and student-friends of tho honor
guests joined the group, tho time
being pleasantly spent in viewing
the dormitory's interior,- includ
ing the musie room, and la re
newing acquaintance, with many
old-time friends. Additional guests
for the evening were Miss Harriet
Long, state librarian, and . her
friend. Miss Horton, an exchange
teacher from London, England, to
Those In charge of the affair
were Mrs. Inez Miller head of tho
Normal's rural department , as
sisted by 'her sister. Mrs. Ethel
Miller,' and by Miss Bess Sharrow
of tho Normal's appointment bu
reau. ; o y
Mrs. W. A." Magher of Des
Moines. Iowa, arrived In Salem
Friday afternoon to visit at the
home of Mr. and Mrs.' G. A. Wood
on South High street, for a week
or ten days. .Mrs. Magner and
the Woods were former friends
In Iowa several years ago. A num
ber of delichtfnl informal affairs
are being arranged to compli
ment the out oi town guest. &ai
urday afternoon Mr.- and Mrs.
Wood and their guest. Mrs. Mag
ner, will leave by motor for New
port and nearby beaches to enjoy
tne weekend at toe eoasc
Two well known Salem ma
trons, who have recently returned
from an " interesting motor trip
are Mrs; C. H. Rlngwald and Mrs.
A. E. Wickert," who spent the
past five weeks touring uauior
nla. Thev made the trin down by
way of the Redwood highway
which is in their estimation un
surpassable for beauty and one
nf the most' delightful drives on
the entire trip. The Salem motor
ists -visited friends fa Sacramento.
San Francisco, Berkeley, Oakland
and other bay cities.
(TanltaJ auxiliarv No. 1. will
hold their annual picnic at the
homo of Mrs. C. O. ngetrom.
576 North Capital stre t, August
is. A social afternoon followed
by a basket supper to be served
at 0:30 o'clock for auxiliary.
Canto Rebekahs and families. All
attending are requested to bring
well filled baskets, and own ta
ble service. - Coffee, cream and
sugar . will be . furnished.
a . . .
Dr. Henry Lewis
O 8 T E O P A T H
409 Oregon Building
Office STVtTU. 07a
Visit in Salem
Tho Rer. and Mrsv" George E.
Theiss and their children George
Jr., Margaret Marilyn and Phyl
lis are motoring up from Pasa
dena, Calif., where tho Rev.
Theiss Is pastor ot one ot the
largest Lutheran churches In
southern California. 'They will
arrive in Salem on Friday, Aug-,
ust 7 and during their sojourn
hero will live ia tho parsonage of
St. John's Lutheran church and
Pastor Theiss will fill the pulpit
of that church during August. .
Mrs.. Theiss will be well re
membered here aa Miss . Eunice
Piston and a former teacher at
Richmond school of Salem. Mrs.
B. Rlstow, mother of Mrs. Theiss
and Mrs. J. G. Theiss are accom
panying the Theisses on their va
cation. wedding ot his neice Miss Ruth
Aufderheide and Paul A. Lee,
which-will ba solemnised In a
lovely "golden wedding, Sunday,
August 16th." .
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Mrs. J. R. Pollock and son Jack
have returned to 'Salem from a
six weeas stay in caurornia.
whetw they have been the guests
of friends and-relatives. Mrs.
Pollock was called to Los Angeles ',
by the serious illness of her sis
ter, who passed away a few hours
before her arrival . in California.
From Los Angeles tho Salem folk
visited in San Diego, returning to
San Francisco by boat, which was
tho most enjoyable part of the
journey. After several days In San
Francisco they entrained for their
homo In Salem. Mrs. Pollock re
ports tho weather in southern Cal
ifornia as being "extremely hot
both da and night," which made
her appreciate more than ever,
the cool and refreshing Willam
ette valley. i
- Miss Maxlne Myers expects to
leave Salem " Saturday - afternoon
tor Agate beach where she wilt
be the guest of Miss Mildred Rob
erts for a week.
Sending pianos to best
homes ia all parts of Salem
aad BarrotLikd ing cities
- Proving a Golden .
to buyers who's children
mast hare a musical educa
tion errn Id these hard
TOU CANXOT EQUAL
THIS TOXB VALEE
Sherman Clay & Co.
The . 62 - year old music
honee closing quickly all
Oregon masie stores at low
prices never sold before.
HERE'S A WONDERFUL
BUT, 0500 BABY GRAND
SEE THESE USED ONES
33 - S49 - aS
No Better Piano in Salem
Tone Value $57 5
Now Offered svxkJ Sold
- j Save about one half
" Factory wholesale represen
tative here doing the aelllag
Many homes have already
purchased This Sale
Beautiful Period rl
... ' J
2U Tears to Pay
RADIOS SOW $69.50
ORGANS NOW $5 - $10
, Brand New Worth $125
OPEN WRITE FOR
EVENINGS - PRICES
55T COURT STn 8.1LE5I
Collins & Erwin
. .; Piano Co.
" Agents in Oregon .
Sherman Clay & Co, ,
many . from here wrTll - go Sunday.-
i chamber of commerce. : ,