The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, August 27, 1931, Page 11, Image 11

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T OrrrXtON STATXgllAIf, -flalem. Orcn. Thgrsday Horata?, APTrrt "2T. 1S3T
TURfJEH PUT
TOSHUTDODRS
Board Gets Patrons two
Weeks Time to Make
New Arrangements
TURNER. Aug. 2 8 Thecream
ery at Turner has been ordered
closed by the middle of Septem
ber ia the interests of economy.
The community will regret very
much to see the tine plant Idje.
The townspeople bare become ac
customed to seeing; the farmers
drire In each day for X5 years
with their dairy product, and It
will seem odd without the morn
ing's traffic to the creamery.
D. 8. Riches has been the lo
eal -manager for the last two
- years. - :
The first building was put. up
And used by the Haxlewood com
pany. Some time later the Port
land Pure Milk and Cream com
paay took It orer, . finally 1 it was
merged Into the Portland Dam
ascus company with A. M. Work
as head manager. During the last
year It was taken oyer by the Car
nation company.
'A local dairy association has
functioned for 15 years. L. D.
Roberts, president. Robert Schae-
far, secretary and S. A. .Riches
and C. .A. Bear, members of the
:twarif war ial1A tn Tnrt1snt
Motfflay to confer with Mr. Work,
who announced that the plant
would hare to close by the first
f the month.
. The Turner men were Instru
mental In haying the date put off
for two weeks so the patrons will
haTe ample time to make other
arrangements for their dairy pro
duct. . : r ' .
! While In Portland the local
men were shown through the
' Carnation company's big plant
which has every device known
for the speedy handling of milk.
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SHE'S GOING TO SWIM CHANNEL AGAIN
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Who doesn't remember that day tn AagusV 192S, the treacherous channel again, this time from Enr-
Jf her ambition is realized, she wul
MUSICIANS PROTEST
BID CONCERT IDEA
Protesting against f departing
from the old custom of hiring a
band for regular serrice at the
state fair., the Salem local of the
American federation of musici
ans, through its secretary, Ivan
O. Martin, has addressed a let
ter to Max Gehlhar , director of
the state department of agricul
ture. Gehlhar's plan ts to hang
up $2000 in prizes for commun
ity bands to compete for.
The Salem organized musicians
argn : that the entertainment
calls for a trained band to serve
all during - the . programs . of the
fair, and tsat good music will not
be assured if bands are not def
initely engaged for the job. They
suggest the us of the smaller
community bands . in the horse
show, and the continued employ
ment of some official band for
the regular program.
The letter also urges the re
establishment of a feature which
was abandoned seTeral yar" agor
namely haTing a real band con
cert In a music paTilion.
CREDIT MEN I'M
ON REPORT SYSTEM
Compilations of reports on 42
individuals, the largest yet hand
led by the group, were disposed
of with dispatch at the regular
Wednesday noon session of the
Ealem Retail Credit association.
This was the second time the
association has used the new re
porting system, which gives not
only a. check on the debtor but
the combined amount he or she
owes to the business houses rep
resented at the association.
L. R. Schoettler won the award
offered for bringing the most
new or old members out to yes
terday's meeting. He brought
three.
President Philip H. Holmes an
nounced that beginning next week
he will call upon various members
to occupy the chair at each meet
ing. .
Depositors Getting
First Distribution
From , Farmers Bank
TN'DEPENDENCE. AUK. 2.-
A distribution of about $55,000 to
depositors of the Farmers State
bank Is being made. This Is go
ing to help In this city and dis
trict, owing to tne-iact
mimhor were bit pretty hard
when the bank was put into the
banking examiners hand about six
months ago. u '
The savings account at this time
is paying a dividend of about 60
per cent and the general deposits
about 25 per cent. ' This Is the
first to be distributed and other
amounts will follow In time.
TOWARDS TO BUILD
TURNER, Aug. 26 Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Bear and two children
drove to Monmouth Sunday to
visit Mr. and Mrs. Neal Edwards.
at th T. J. Edwards home. Mr.
and Mrs Neal Edwards have re
tHtntlr nurehased a farm which Is
located a short distance east of
Monmouth. Mr. Edwards Is pre
narinc to build a modern dairy
barn for SO cows. They will take
possession of the farm September
1$. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards were
residents of Turner for two years,
leaving In June after school
closed. She was the Intermediate
teacher here. .
SPRING VAIXEY. Aug. 28.
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Crawford en
tertained aa their weekend guests
Mr. and Mrs. N. Pritehard and
family ef Co rv a ills and Bobby Zln
or of Salem.
when Gertrude Ederle conquered the English Chan
nel tne nrst woman to accomplish that feat 7 And
when she came back to receive the acclaim of her
country what a celebration and outpouring ef
pride ia Trudiel Miss Ederle, now teaching swim
ming ia a New York pool, has the ambition to swim
have conquered it both ways. Trudie Is shows
(upper right) enjoying a swing, teaching; her niece
to swim (lower right), swimming the channel in;
1926 (lower left), and Miss Ederle, herself (upper
left). 5 Go te it, Trudie, good luck I
Young People From
Jefferson Also Join
Stettler Charivari
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JEFFERSON. - Aug. li. A
group of young people from Jef
ferson motored to Hazel Green on
Monday evening, where they were
Joined by a large crowd of peo
ple of that community, and ser
enaded Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Stet
tier (Marie Kihs) at their home
fire miles northeast of Salem.
Dick Hitt returned to his home
at Hermiston the first of the week
after spending the summer vaca
tion at the home of his uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lynes,
and other relatives in this com
munity. Gerald Phelps accom
panied his cousin Dick to Hermis
ton. , . ) . ;
Mr. and Mrs. - Herbert Looney,
and daughter Louise, and 'Miss
Lou Miller motored to Portland
Tuesday to take little Joyce Dick
inson home. Joyce has been a
guest.at I the Looney .home for
about two weeks. ;
First Fall Clinic
For Babies is Next
Tuesday, Silverton
SILVERTON, I Aug. 26 The
first baby clinic of the fall; term
will be held at the health center
in the Eugene Field building
next Tuesday, with Dr. V. A.
Douglas of Salem examining. Mrs.
Irma LaRlche, health nurse, has
returned from her vacaiton and
will be in charge. Mrs.- Florence
Ballantyae heads the local i com
mittee. J :
Mr. and Mrs. 'Ed Smith and
grandchildren. Mary Lou,; and
James McSwanson. left Saturday
for San j Francisco, where i they
were to 1 meet Mrs. McSwanson
and another too. Today Mrs.' Mc
Swanson and children were sched
uled to tall on the Manoa for
Hllo, Hawaii, where she is an In
structor : In the public schools.
Mrs.. McSwanson had been a vis
itor here earlier in the summer.
Larsons Purchase
' Corcoran Property:
Miss Specht Moves
SILVERTON, Aug. 2 Mr.
and Mrs. V. L. Larson, who hare
been living In Cowing addition,
have purchased the A. M. Cor
coran place on South Water
street. The deal 'Was made by the
Hubbs Real Estate company. Mr,
Larson, who- Is owner of a ser
vice station here, has been un
able to! work this week due to
blood poisoning in a knee.
The boarding house operated
by Miss Rose i Specht on Flsk
street will be moved to the M. L.
Gotten burg house on Second and
Park streets September 1, it was
announced today. . t
Soldiers? Home '
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Decision Is Due
Before Weekend
PORTLAND, Ore., Aug.l 21.
(AP) A special dispatch from
Washington, D.! C. to the Morn
ing Oreonian Tuesday eald the
site for i the proposed soldiers'
home in Oregon would be decided
Wednesday or Thursday ot this
week.' S . --!-:
At the very latest, it was pre
dicted the decision would come
before Major General Hlnes
leaves for the middle west Satur
day. ; j. ; .
RETURN FROM TRIP
SILVERTON, Aug. 26 Mrs.
L B. Johnson ot Brookings. South
Dakota, who is visiting her sis
ter here, Mrs. H. E. Stern, accom
panied Gordon McCall and daugh
ter, Kathryn, on aa auto trip to
Crescent City, CaL, returning
Saturday. En rout they visited
Crater Lake and the Oregon caves.
Mrs. Johnson plans to leave for
home this week.
Ted Twomeyi former Notre
Dame tackle, and Weems Baskln.
star Aabara hardier, hare joined
the coaching staff of the Univer
sity ot Georgia.
H0LFM1 PLillfie
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roosters so that they would be
near water and a wooded area.
Those taking part In treeing
the pheasants were Lawrence
Larsen, Ray Thoman, Reber Al
len, Roy Davenport and Ed Over
land.
8TAYTON. Aug. 26. G. Holf-
man. whose farm heme north of
Stayton was destroyed by fire last
Friday, expects to rebuild as soon
as possible. The Hollman family
not only lost their home but all
their clothing was burned as well
as all their canned fruit and veg
etables.
Lyle Potter who conducts a
general store at Sholls spent Sun
day with, his mottfer Mrs. Frank
Potter. He reports business con
ditions are improving in his sec
tion. ; Willis Potter ana wife were
also here from Portland. '
John, Frank, one of the opera
tors or the Frank and Mlnden saw
mill north of Sublimity was cut
badly while operating a saw at the
mill. " . "; ;
Mr. and . Mrs. Ralph : Yeoman
are here from eastern Oregon
visiting at the home of his par
ents. 'k : :. j :.
Miss Ireland of Corvallis. one
of the Stayton high school teach
ing staff, was a Stayton -visitor
Monday.
MOVES TO FARM
SILVERTON, Aug. 26 Mr. and
Mrs. 8. Graham, who have been
living on gouth Water street for
several years while he was em
ployed by a local oil company.
have moved to a farm near Al
bany. Graham was one ot the men
laid oft when the slump came.
LEAGUE SETS FREE
HUiREDPREASHS
SILVERTON. Aug. 26 One
hundred China pheasant rooters
were liberated near here Monday
by members of the local Izaak
Walton league. The birds wove
raised In the league's pens on the
Ed Overland farm. A like number
of hens will be freed following
the closing of the hunting season
thls'ifalL t r- - . f .
Replacement are expected soon
from the state game farm near
CorvallK The local league hopes
to keep its pens full to capacity.
Care was taken in releasing the
if ZIOFIEAO
PS LESS COST
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Greyhound patrons often go out
of their way to tell as how much
they have enjoyed their trip.
They speak of the comfort of the .
new hoses, the unfailing courtesy
of the drivers -and invariably
they mention the added scenic
pleasure of traveling this mod
ern way. Yet Greyhound trav
el costs less. "
Compare These Fares
PORTLAND
SAN FRANCISCO
LOS ANGELES .
9 1.30
13.80
S jLSBt fiOeOO
8.73
GRANTS PASS
DEPOT
NEW SENATOR IIOTEL
Phoae 4131
W. W. Chadwtcav Agt. . 1
. PACIFIC
Dance, Visitors, Accidents
Are Reported From
Waldo Hills
WALDO HILLS. Aug. J Be
tween 250 and 800 people accept
ed the invitation extended by F.
KJKaserand son. Ervin i to a
dance Saturday evening. The
event marked the opening of their
new hop house Just completed on
th line between the two ranches.
It proved to be a most enjoyable
event. Music was furnished by
Mr. Mlchaelson. H. Solie, Curly
Leach and Art Canoy.
George Hall of Portland joined
hie wife and daughter Phyllis at
the Mrs. H. H. Paget home. That
evening Mr. and Mrs. Hall, Phyl
lis Halt Claudia Hibbard. Eleanor
Jane Ballentyne, Roger Comstock,
Tom Ballentyne. and Elmo Llnd-
holm enjoyed a picnic supper and
dancing at the J. C. Currie home.
The Hall's returned to Portland
Sunday night. ,
. Ueers Have visitor
June Downing of San Francis
co, a great granddaughter of the
late T. T. Geer. waa the guest of
Vesper and Reba Geer from Fri
day to Wednesday. .Tuesday Mrs.
Geer took the three girls to Sa
lem, where the young guest was
taken through the capltol. They
remained for the hand concert and
fountain play in the evening. Wed
nesday the Geers took June to
Woodbura where she visited at
the Frank Settlemeier home..'
, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. John
Small accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
Homer Smith of Silverton to Al
bany, While there Mr. and Mrs.
Small wer entertained at the
Walter Arbuthnot home.
Almost Lose Finger
Sam Wilson, foster son of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank 8. Bowers had the
misfortune to almost sever the In
dex finger ot his left hand Thurs
day. He was helping Mr. Bowers
stretch wire fencing' when his
hand slipped, catching on the
barbs. The injured - member,
while very painful is healing nice
ly. .
Mrs. Sarah Klopfenstein ot
Portland, accompanied by her
daughter, Mrs. Edna Fuller . ot
Havana, Cuba, spent' Sunday at
the F. D. Kaaer home. Mrs. Ful
ler will return at a later date to
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Polo Negri (above), screen actress,
was stricken with acute appendi
citis at her home in Santa Monica,
CaliL, and rushed to hospital.
This was Miss Negri's second at
tack, the actress having recovered
before without an operation.
make a more extended visit.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Geer' and
daughters. Vesper and Reba, Mrs.
Goer's mother, Mrs. W; Moore and
her sister. Myrtle Moore of Port
land, are planning to leave earlfielley.
Friday morning for Coiuille.
While there they will be guests of
Mr. Geer'a cousin. W. Harry Bow
ers.' Until two years ago Mr. Bow
ers made his home la this community.
FormerResidents
Visiting in Hubbard
HUBBARD. Aug. It Mr. and
Mrs.- Levi Miller, and eons Ralph.
Lawrence and Albert, motored
here from Klamath Falls and are
visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. George Grlmps and at the
home of Mr. Miller's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Enos Miller. They are
also looking after some property
interests. -
Mr. Miller was former manager
of the local lumber yard and Mrs.
("Miller was a Hubbard girl hav
ing been horn and reared here.
She taught In . the Hubbard
school for a number of years.
W M. Keens Hopes
To Move Into House
In Less Than Month
WACONDA, Aug: 21 Work on
the new and modera home ot
William M. Keen is progressing
rapidly under the direction of
Emu Cramer . ot Waconda. Mr.
Xeene , purchased the old Brun
didge place, three miles . east . of
Waconda a year or so ago and has
made many improvements since.
In three weeks time Mr. Cramer
expects to bare the house ready
for occupancy.
Miss Mukel Keene. only daugh
ter of Mr. Keene, will visit her
rather here the first of Septem
ber. Miss Keene is traveling and
demonstrating beauty prepara
tions for a firm in San Francisco.
She recently spent some time in
Bellingham. Wash., and " Butte.
Mont. Following her vacation
here ia September she will leave
for San Francisco.
fOU( 11 SENDING
11 TO WILLAMETTE
I INDEPENDENCE. Aug, If A
number of students from here are
planning to enter Willamette uni
versity the coming, year. These
are Marjorie Wunder. Margaret
Eddy. Lyda Henna. Joe Hershber-
ger. Lewis Hershberger. Robert
Glen Mattlson. Wesley
White, Lowell Eddy, Ernestine
Smiley and Irene Bush.
The finding ia the river of sev
eral sacks, of sheep offal are be
ing investigated as it is feared
that some one is butchering sheep
from the Hill Brothers flock on
the Marion county side of the riv
er, a count of the sheep was
made and found . that three and
probably more are missing.' and
some one is feasting on muTtoa?
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Tompkins Brothers Finding
Ready Market for Largs
Melon Acreages
GRAND ISLAND. Aug. 2 6
The Milwaukee Grange associa
tion held a delightful picnic on
the Island Sunday. Among those
present were George Palmiter.
past state master of the grange
and M. S. Shrock, Pomona master '
of Clackamas county. Mr. Shrock
especially enjoyed being present
since he was a former county agri
cultural aent of Yamhill county.
Morton Tompkins headed the
group of some 23 people on a
sight seeing tour of the Island
during the afternoon which they
all veryjmuch enjoyed and appre
ciated. "-
The Tompkins brothers are die- ;
playing new signs on their musk
melons and cantaloupes. J. H.
Tompkins has 35 acres of these
two.varietles. while Morton Tomp
kins is, picking from patches to
taling C0 acres. The producers
are finding a ready market for the
melons, and each day large truck
loads ef the fruit leae here tor all
parts of the Willamette valley.
Merlin Harding began picking
tn his 5-acre yard of hops Moa-
Lday :, morning. Over a hundred
pickers are now employed.and due
to the lack ot hop baskets nearly
SO people were turned away the
first morning.
Dan Wilson Suffers
Severe Heart Attack
MACLEAT, Aug. 26 Dan Wil
son is in a very serious condition
after an attack of heart trouble.
A physician was in attendance tor
several hours Tuesday.
Mr. Wilson has been in 111
health for some time but former
attacks have been - much lighter,
Mr. Wilson is a member ot the
legislative committee ot the lo
cal grange.
Good Will Club Ha
Meet; 25 Members
And Visitor Attend
PERRYDALE, Aug. 2 The
Good Will club met Friday after
noon with about 20 members pre
sent, and-oae visitor. Lulu Miller
of Portland, who is a sister ot,
Mrs. H. A. Lee. After a short'
program a lovely lunch was serv
ed by Mrs. T. Boersma, Mrs. Jobs
Zylstra and Mrs. P. Zumwalt.
Mrs. D. Mellama and daughtei
ot Battle Ground. Wash., are visit
lng relatives here for a week. Sh(
spent Monday at the 3. Van Staa
ven honie. .
Mrs. Robert Mitchell. Wiliard
and Roberta and Mrs. Orrill
Kurts spent the weekend at Rock
away and Garibaldi.
Standard" Red White &Blue
SHOPPING NEWS
EVERY DAY yoa can dis
cover some new, interest
ing, and necessary product or
service at the Standard Station
or Bed White and Blue Stand
ard Dealer where you go for
roar "Standard" Gasoline and
Zcrolcne Motor Oil!
In the Shopping News col
umns below for example
Tour rmdimtor filled rovr
Meld deenecf it gluietu. ..!
eeasure ! motor via "StanjeraT.
what a variety of useful and
coavmient purchases! They
are all typical of the kind of
special raluea these "Stand
ard depots are offering. Ask
any Standard Oil Dealer about
the particular merchandise he
earriee yon will be surprised
at the many ways in which he
is prepared to serve you !
Here are eoaae of the fiste
tMfs isoo which Standard
bigger doner's werth of
STANDARD CASOLEVE
The awest a eBne we-bare
predated without Ethyl dry and
quick starting.
STANDARD ETHYL CASOLTTE
A preaahna saeter feel mmd
sorts) it erery teayf
ZEROtXTXe MOTOR OIL f
Meaey eaaaet boy a better eL
CARCOTLE MOBILOIL . '
finest ef Eastern Oils. v
HANDY OROMTE PRODUCTS
StauMLmrd Vssesstsoa
Speelsila fer Year ssustp
tsessefa Otastge saaul Deae
(Price ttighdf higher mi some
' poimtt distant from refinery!
OROXITE CXXATXING FLUID
fieo-Expleatve knecka the spets
eat ef every fabric frees lingerie te
year ear's upholstery..... Pint iSc
VPinU 2Sc
ORONTTE FLY SPRAT
kills cea deed naosquitees,
moths, flies, eats, reaches. Seas and
aaaay ether insects .Kits
iacladiag spray gua and 1 PL $L00
Quarts IL2S Pintt TSe
WAXCLO CLkT-id Hoor Wax)
New! Eaaier Se sue refer less
slippery... .Qaarts ILIA, Pints (5c
OROMTE FURNITURE POLISX1
five a hard dry lustre -sheds dast
Qaarts $1.00 Pints 60s
CALOL LIQUID CLOSS
awed with water deaas and
twtghteas painted woodwork, pores
laia suctarea, paioted walls aa4
fleers-. Qaarts tSc, Plats See
STANDARD HOUSEHOLD
LUBRICANT
supwfiai light oil fee deer cheeks,
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S-es. Oilers SSe -es Oilers 2Se
Metal Stan4ars
- -Umm" tor Yemr Cmwt
ZEROLENE VALVE .OILERS
(lastelled with quart of Zereleoe
ValreOU) SLSO
(Seen localities slightly higher mm
eccount mf transportation chergesj
ZEROLENE VALVE OrLQaart 7Sc
ORONTTE AUTO POLISH eay
te apply shines like stew, Qc L23
Pint 7Sc
ORONTTE HANDY OIL, '
3ft es. Oiler 2Sc
ORONTTE SPRING OIL,
Pirn Caa 75c
For Yonr CoraTenlene .
CLEAN rest reeaas tire iafla
ilea water for year radiator
ceaTeaieat public tdephoaea
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Standard Oil Dealers everywhere
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STAXDA1TD) LTLTin I CATION COSTS O.XLY !.) UPI
Among the special predncts pro
vided by Steodard Oil fe the cr
rect labricatioa ef year car are the
following:
ZEROLENE GEAR OIL
ZEROLENE GEAR CREASE fee
tratMnuseiea and differentials
ZEROLENE WHEEL REARING
CREASE made te operate aa hot
or cold weather at fast ee slew
speeds withoat leaking.
ORONTTE SPRTNC OH.
PEARL OIL for flashing trans
missions aad differentials
ZEROLENE WATERPROOF
CREASE this Imbricates
water pomp bearing, seals against
water leakage, and withstands hot
radiator water.
ZEROLENE mCH PRESSURE
LUBRICANT for chassis ports
ZEROLENE UNIVERSAL JOINT
CREASE ' . ..
ZEROLENE VALVE OIL
ORONTTE HANDY OIL to take
squeaks eat of year door hinges
end born
ZEROLENE CUP CREASE
CALOL FLUSHING OIL fee
flaahiag year eraakease.
Special lubricants even la yam
springs Standard Lnbricatiem far
MM star is a cesaplete Jem and
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7hat a gamine conrenienc
. it is to complete so manjr
errands wrhen you stop for
gas and oil!
Motor accessories house
hold and farm conveni
ences at Standard Stations, In, and Red
T7hite nd Blue Dealers jou will find dozens
of them. - . - ,
The Larger dollar's worth that Standard oilers
in its dry "Standard' Gasoline, Standard
Ethyl Gasoline, Zerolene Motor Oils, and
everyone of the fine Lamily of Standard Prod
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Shop withoat lejrving your earl
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