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R. H. Club Meets; Potato
Crop Pleases Farmers;
Boy Breaks' arm
SCOTTS MILLS. '.NoV. f-r-rJobo
rllcKUlop received a ery painful
lnjary -Friday- Iltt while plar
' Ug basketball with the 'Seotte
" Mills town team at Bethel. One ot
"" the players accidentally hlV.btra
jest below tie Jtl eye, Itjvas nee
i eatery to havetlve RtlEHi taken
to tkse tbe wotrtid.1 '
The RovaLNelgbbor club met.ln
t roshom'i buBdlns. Friday for an
H day meeting'. Two QuHta were
tied Tor "MW Beie Shepherd. The
- business meetiris was liefd' la the
atterhoon ' ?
George . Weostcr and . Mrs. , . Ella
. CarpntrIll be' hostess for the
" ext; meeting, 'Dec- 4. ; Hostesses
' "srlnar were Mr.J. K. Sanders.
. " lira.'- Cora : Whitloek and Mrs.
HtnkaiB Sanders: i ' '
Basketball Toni-lit "
ir Hobbafd -ton'f basketball
-team 111 . plar the fieotta IMIU
torn team' here in thCf ym?"1
r ; tn Tuesday night, November;! U
. juiton ttUa;jiai been aapojnt
? ed. district deputy- of the Modern
. Woodmen of : America to take ef-
feet November f . V'" ;:-7
' J. -EL'Saueresslg Is confined' to
bis home with Inflammatory
rheumatism. :- A '.;'-"--'. .
' EttUn In Portland
" v Av J. Ettlin ; was -In Portland
Monday on business.
f Mr. and Mrs. George Haynes
visited In SUverton Thursday aft
ernoon. Mr. andJMrs. Ojij Taylor vlslt
' e4 relatives In Portland over the
weekend. " v" ;rv'v.
' Misses - Elsie Waginl. Ruth
Boyce, Hilda Foster visited rela
. tlveg In Portland over the week
end. . .;
The Parent-Teachers associa
tion will meet at the school house
Thursday : night, November . 1 2.
Part of the time will be spent in
the community singing. -
Mrs. H. Y. Magee is quite 111 at
j. Attend Funeral
Mr. and Mrs. A. L., B rougher
: and son Ira. attended the funeral
- of A, F. Davis in Vancouver Sun
day. Mr. Brongher is a cousin of
Mr. Davis. Mrs. Mulrihill and
-daughter Ruby Harriet of Port
land accompanied them to Van
couver. ' -
LaVerne Cully had his left arm
broken while playing at the school
the first of the week.
Some of the farmers in this vi
cinity are busily engaged digging
their potatoes. All are having
very v satisfactory crops.
Woman's Club Meet
Is Thursday; Vote
7t On Directon Soon
AUBURN, Nor. 9lfrs. Mike
Lneas will be hostess to the Au
burn Woman's club November
12, at her home on the Auburn
road. All women of the commun
ity are Invited to be present.
The' Boatwrlght family has
moved to Alsea. This takes three
chflldren out of the Auburn
There will be a special school
election at the .school house No
vember 14, to elect a director to
fill the unexpired term of Byran
Conley, who has moved from the
MONMOUTH, Not. 9 Mr. and
Mrs. F. S. Martin of Puyallup,
Wash., left yesterday for . their
borne after a visit at the borne of
the letter's sister, Mrs. Belle Mc
Knight and other, relatives.
JURIST WOULD HANG BOY SLAYER
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KteneW U spend the rest f ItU
TfU HnUrt NaeeeUs, whe killed John WenaWy as the tattoeaW
rfjd Idas In the net ef holding np a stem, nay enlder hlnienlf Incky
it Jheanetn jnacuatesn was net
d aseanber, ef the famena Wieknrshnaa Cenunlselen. la MakitSal).
m am piswa tnnt am m wnum mt vn nnwgeo, reasoning tnat ne
Mil always be e crlsainal and menace te eedety. On the etkr kand,.
i.araea uvu tu mvm, ei sing amg wrwonv new lera, eensMers the
ererdict a just one, holding the belief that the beys exeewsiew womld
o deter othor potential ntardoror. Mr. Lnwea is of the opinion that
4)1 not necessary to keep the boy in prUon fee life, ee there far
EX-FILM STARS HAPPY IN RETIREMENT!
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WU UlUaa WalW, wkM diapled Watjr and -talent were the teas!
Id Vitafrmph days, receatly mrpmmnd im the divorce court swoUigbt, saajiy a Use tan aakea huneatt the
tion. "What bas Become of the stars wo wsed.to kmmw1n Not all of tko eMkatod eereem qeoena kavo
boon as Mnfortunato m Lillian. Sbo
diaelosod that she has boon ngbtinf poverty for years on her dairy fans at Saratoga, N. Y. . In contrnet
to bar fate there are the happy endings ef Corinae Griffith, the "Orchid Lady," now living happily with nor
hasbaad in bar beentif ! Frenck ckateani Alice Terry, who alee lives in tko eternal eunahine of Sontbona
Franco with bor film director hatband, Ren Ingram, and Anita Stewart, who U now the wife of ntmlti-mU-lionairo
Coorgo Poabody Coarorso. Then there U Par! Wbito, wkeee advon tares saade ewr seines tingle,
rnnning a gambling palace at BiarrStx and Rath Roland, another stent serial nwoon, who piled vp n bnge
fortnno in real tat. Nita Naldi has aUe found aappinose In rotirenMnl end Is living in Paria. Thus, it
may bo soon that although glory In the films Is snort-lived, the harvest le bountiful while fame Is at its
height and the majority of bygone stars looked well to the harvest and have no eaase far regret now.
Soup for Rich and Poor
Served by Mrs. C. Davis
At Kitchen for Children
INDEPENDENCE. Nov. 9
Mrs. Crosby Davis opened her soup
kitchen In the Independence train
ing school Wednesday. For 16
consecutive years she has served
hot soup to children of the local
school, serving on an average of
115 bowls of soup daily, which is
made of a whole milk founda
tion. Those children whose par
ents are able to pay receive their
bowl of soup and crackers for
three cents but the ones finan
cially embarrassed, according to
Mrs. Davis, get their bowl of hot
soup and crackers Just the same.
A group of 16 girls wash the
bowls and spoons for Mrs. Davis.
The girls are valunteers from the
advanced classes who request the
privilege of assisting the "soup
lady," as Mrs. Davis is affection
ately called. They are organised
for team work and lose no school
work In performing their soup
kitchen tasks. All the bowls and
spoons are washed through two
waters then scalded and each one
dried separately. Mrs. Davis says
that at no time In the history of
her soup kitchen has "a single
bowl had to be rewashed for the
girls make them shine like crystal.
The girls have a good time and a
spirit of fellowship exists between
The Parent-Teacher association
is in sympathy with Mrs. Davis in
her project and is always- ready
to help in any way. possible. For
the past 19 years the P. T. A. has
bought tomatoes and a group of
Cf ta Wnsnlnetnn Slnln mWI
nie tnace.- Mr. in,i,t
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saado an unhappy nuuriafo and 1st
interested women have met and
canned them for the soup.
Seventeen years ago Joe Hirsh
berg, who was the Independence
banker, conceived the Idea that
the school children of his home
town should be served hot soup.
He talked the project over with
Mrs. Davis and between them they
formulated a .plan to serve the
soup. Mr. Hlrshberg furnished a
small room in the east end ot the
upper hall In the old public school
building and Mrs. Davis made the
soup for a month as a trial. She
says that at the end ot the first
month there was such a demand
for the soup that she continued
and then as now every child that
wanted soup got it Mrs. Davis
says that Mr. Hlrshberg took a
great delight in visiting the soup
kitchen at the noon hour and
pouring soup for the children. Af
ter about two years the school
board made a special room In the
basement for the soup kitchen,
which was used until the present
new training school building was
erected five years ago. In the pres
ent building the soup kitchen Is
recognised as one of the neces
sary equipments for the school
WEATHER SLOWS UP
JEFFERSON, Not. t. A 1
though the rain ot the past few
days has been beneficial for the
fall sown grain. It baa lnterferred
somewhat with potato digging In
this vicinity. C. V. Clodfelter and
Hugh Bilyeu have finished dig
ging, and other growers are Just
beginning to harvest their crop.
So far; a good yield has been re
ported. A potato dlggef la used
to plow out the potatoes, and then
a 1 crew follows after and ' ticks
them up. which makes quick work
In harvesting them. . : -
;Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wilson
and' daughter, Jo Ellen and Ray
moad Wilson of Trontdale -were
Sunday guests of the A; Wilson
and Chapman families.' '
l Delegates from Mt Rebekah
lodge , in' Jefferson ' who attended
the district, convention-of the or
der held in Albany Friday were
MifcT. StelU Hrt, . . Mrs. ; Maude
BUekwell, Mrs. Dora-Humphrey,
Mrs, Ada Wells, Mrs. Millie BU
yeu, Mrs. Juanita Smith, Mrs. Le
one - Ubby, Misses Laura and
Flora Thomas,' and John C. Alex
ander.- . T , . t
Mrs. Ada Wells was anDointed
ehaplain for the coming year. .,
--. Mrs. sua . Densmore has pur
chased El acres of the A.- J. De
Vaney farm, near Green's bridge.
-j, SILvERTON, Not. 9 The eetl-
matea eost of running the city of
Silverton next year, according" to
tne . budget t committee, will
amount to $:,15, which la 1.-
e v aigner man was . approTed
last year. : .. , . -
1 The biggest one Jtem, outside
ox the eiiy hall bonds, ia the lleht.
estimated at 12500. Sewer build
ing ana maintenance comes next
f Tne . estimated expenses In-
elude the followlnc total items.
nines et city of fldals. IC.IS9:
materials and supplies, Including
Ught and fuel, f 3409 : mainten
ance and repairs, not Including
sewers, f 2S0 0; indebtedness, 4
eaoi interest on aonds, il7SQ;
entkmslasU back la tie
Iter recent sell foe divorce it
$625; emergency, 1500; sewer.
$1250; health and library, $600.
A meeting at which expressions
can be made for or against the
budget will be held in the city
hall at 7: SO, Nor. 27.
a lot to me My voice is half my show.
Gin you blame me for liking Luckies?
And what an Idea your improved
Cellophane wrapper is. No pry
ing necessary fust Zip and tho
little tab does tho trick'
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Made of tho finest tobaccos
Tho Croam of many Crops LUCKY STRIICE
alono offors tho throat protection of tho
oxel u si vo 'TO ASTI N G" Process which in
cludes the use of modern Ultra Violot Rays
tho process that oxpels cortain harsh biting
irritants naturally present In overy tobacco
leaf. Theso oxpelied irritantsaro nof pros-,
ont in your LUCKY STRIICE. "rneyVe ouii i
ihey can't be tnl"
always kind to
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TWrN ONIUCXT5'rRIgSi?MiT im il aw nJis tbt ioiMli lent Im tm
' inlnli m, mmd Wmkm WtatAcH, nfcwe SIe Sedoy tscint tao none o
AT BRUSH COLLEGE
Sunday School,": OfraHizcd
In : 1 9 1 0, Celebrates ,
! " YearlyOccasIorf
BRUSH COLLEGE. Nov. t.
The Brush. College Sunday'eehool,
which was organized In 1116; -and
has functioned regularly since that
time, held an enthusiastic rally at
Uhe schoolhouse Sunday; with ap
proximately 100 present
The morning ; program wasH
opened with devotional services In
charge ot f; ; Cjl wing, , Sunday
scnoojusupermienaent. Mrs.u., u.
Blodgett was accompanist for the
program. A group of.16.girU and
boys sang,'ForSach'ia the King
dom .of Heaven.?, followed br the
24 Psalms, read, by eight girls and
boys. ; . . -r. . ,- ifitvc
. Mrs. 'Olivet Whitney," In tharge
of the home department,; gave
account of Its activities, telling of
the 18 members In the department:
who .receive . literature . from the
Sunday . school . at their homes
quarterly, among them being, fouf
quarterlies written In German. She
reported that the-cradle foil.
wnicn was organuea in-iionas
had as high as Is members: A ape-.
eial ubeH ;viV44Tj5it1'S.te6t
Story f Md. snes: by Billy -Uk
ley, accompanied -by1 his "mother,-
Mrs.- A.vK vuey.-Tni Pfceaea
the story or Peal and. his wander
ings told by six little girls and
boys and continued by a group of
fonr girls and. boys. As a dosing
number on the program 1 girls
and boys sang-"Bringing in the
Sheaves," and five little children
gave a clever motion exercise.
A pot-luck dinner was served.
The following program was given
In the afternoon: Reading, "Let
Me Walk With the Man In the
Road. Mrs. a L. Blodgett; talks
on the Sunday school's organiza
tion and growth, F. C. Ewlng and
TJ. J. Lehman; a humorous play,
"The Village Photographer." The
cast Included John Norwood as
Mr. Stone,-the photographer; Mrs.
John Norwood and little son as
Mrs. Selby and Johnny; Opal Tan
sy as Mrs. Kell, a young widow;
Delbert Harriett and Nina Tansy
as Mr. and Mrs. Saunders, and
My throat means
it didn't toks) Joan fclondeH long to moke
O bright and shining mark In Hollywood.
This starry-eyed Dttio blond kicked up a lot
of dust In her first hard-boiled role and
Wanton are proud of her. In "Blondo
Crazy" sho Is wonderful. She never, disop
polrrti In any plctvre.
No wonder LUCKIES
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Thv kav.tKai the eameirn'eannox
Abore a the Navy's new Queen
Angeles. The picture was made at snchlin angle that the latter, which
ia nearest the camera (cross mi heart!) appears to dwarf her giant
sister.' The two air monsters cruised above the national capital and
later flew up for a look at New York.
Billy Utley, Maxlne Olsen and
Myrtle Meiers as their three pre-,
cocions children; Miles Munson as
Jerry; Miss : Velma .Woelke and
Delbert Harrltt as Ray and Honey
Moon, newly weds; Lucy May Mun
son as Sally Harms; Eldon Olsen
as Zeke Haytop, a bachelor; Mar
jorie Harrltt as Miss Olivia Old
ham. Other program numbers were:
Vocal solo. "The Old Road." Mrs.
A. E. Utley accompanied by Mrs.
C. L Blodgett; Dr. Grover C.
Birtchett of the Presbyterian
church at Salem gave a rally day
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H. bniTnerA Is evidence that ft can.
of' the Skies,; the . dirigible - Akron. ,
Mrs. Birtchett and three
75 Persons Attend
Annual Grad Event
AMITT, No. S. The annual
Amity - high school alumni ban
quet was held at the high school
A delightful dinner was. served
and later followed by a very In
teresting program." Persons from
each class represented gave talks
which were enjoyed by all. About
75 people were present.
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tho Unluo Humidor PackaQo
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pockeso. Hold down oo half
thorah. Toar e3 tho othor half. tL-npU.' Cak!c 23pt
That's c3. Untqaa l Vre?pod tn dust-proof, niolstiirvM
proof, cvrm-proof Cosopheno. Coen protoctod, noct
fZi::i 1-whct tzcld bo ctoro modern thsn LUCXC1 to
provod Ibjmldor pockeco so oesy to epont Lc&3
thoLUCIiYTADte-yczT Enzsr protscflcn.
SCHOOL BUDBET 19
Honor " Roll " Members are
Usfcil; W. c; T. U.
Meets Wednesday ;
TURNER, Not. The annual
school budget- as presented ; by
the board to the special school,
meeting Saturday afternoon,twa
the lowest- In i 1 0 years ana was
unanimously . accepted - by ; UK)
voters. A substantUl' sum' is paid
each year on the, school bulioing
Indebtedness. 1 i j'i Z T
The grade school U larger want
eyer s this v year and e, the wgn
school ? has . a larger . enrounwi
than last year.t The high school
roll of -honor, by gr ades. lnclndee
eiiora.' : Marcaret Robertson
athjecine .Shempter; junior,--
one uook ; - sopnomores . .u
Denyer, Bertha Elser; Haxpio; ...
rowier, v Kaenei uarner,
man, v Ruth dlatrap.-; .Margafef
GlUtrap.- Special student;' Helen . '.
Wetzel;. - - --i.-'-.
i Perfect - attendance group ,: In -
rludBr-Hlldred . Bones." ' lone ,
tkok,.ngene Menis.4LeRoy. WM
ner; Jean Synder Haroia ooa- ,
Roy Standley.vEmma Parr, Eerr .
ett: Hansen. Helen and Helerf; ..
WetzeL:- i:i m y:
:!The W C; T. U.,wUl'JioId Its ,
Kbirember meeting, Wedneedal -afternoon'
t; :8:3d clockrwittt
Mrsi'l'Gf Gdnninfir.-.:! : M
' 5 Mni. H.' N. Barnett drore up ta
CrawfbrdsTille ".Saturday - after
noon to visit her mother, Mrs. F
M. Bea, 8he returned Sunday. ae
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Bear -who
attended Mr. Bear's mother
funeral Sunday afternoon And
returned home with Mr. and Mrs -8.
A. GUlett, who made theit
friends a Tislt.'
s Miss Hazel Bones, nurse at ttf
Pacific Christian hospital at Eu
gene, recovered from her recent
attaek of pneumonia, so she was
able to return home a fewdayt
ago. but she has developed a baa
case ot heart trouble. She la a
the home :ot; her grandmother,
Mrs. Mrr Barr. .
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Of the 1.900 British air minis
try pilots' licenses current, lit
are held by women.
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wee nnid f Mlw aiodH
In ntnke Ibe obovo sio4 '
be Slooooll ho'
sraa etaofW for s -
Wo tvooo Iho ovb-f ':
m btwoftciert to bor mn4
torVdflSje1 tlOf SJfOOBjCrVn
as ber eedersesieet et
tUOOSSIsleyee end tees
top of tho
with your 1
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fire department,. $H00j paTl.
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