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The OREGON STATESMAN. Saleo. Oregon, Wednesday Morning, November 11, 1931
Imitations were seat out Tues
day for the wedding ot Miss Mary
Kafonry. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. N. C. Kafoury, and Frank E.
Shafer, ton of the late Frank Sha
fer, sr. The wedding will take
place- November 29 in St. Paul's
Episcopal church at J: 30 o'clock.
Rev. George H. Swift will offici
ate InTitationa were extended to
about 150 guests.
Miss Kafoury has chosen as her
only attendant and maid of hon
or, her sister. Miss Helen Ka
foury. Little Ruth and Naomi Ka
foury, daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
S. K. Kafoury of Portland, will be
the flower girls. Mr. Shafer has
chosen Fletcher Johnson as best
man. Ushers will be Homer
Smith, Jr., Donald Deckebach.
Clark Jackson, and Iran Kafoury.
The Episcopal choir will sing
"On Your Wedding Day" and
Miss Julia Kuery will be soloist.
She has chosen "Because" which
she will sing before the ceremony.
Mrs. Kenneth Dalton will play
the Wedding music.
Following the wedding a re
ception will be held at the Ka
foury home on North Summer
street. Immediate relatives and
close friends will greet the bridal
party at this time.
Mrs. Russell Catlln and Mrs.
Otto Wilson will preside at the
Miss Kafoury will leave Salem
November 20 for a few days to
be snent with her sister. Miss Hel
en Kafoury. who is teaching in
Jacksonville. Oregon. She ex
pects to return to Salem Noveni
Women s Democrat
A group of women of Salem
and Marion county met Tuesday
and organized a political club
which will go under the name ot
Marlon County Women's Demo
cratic club. Miss Mattie Beatty
was elected president of the
club; Mrs. O. L. Darling, vice
president; Mrs. M. Nadon. sec
retary; and Mrs. T. A. Livesley.
This group will meet the sec
ond Tuesday of each month. All
women of the county and city
Interested In politics and demo
cratic party principals will be
welcomed at the meetings.
Mrs. Will May to
Mrs. Will May will entertain
members of the Willing Workers
class of the First Christian
church at her home, 445 South
Capitol street, Thursday after
noon. Mrs. Albert Cox, Mrs. Harry
Hunt. Mrs. C. W. Bowen, Mrs.
Clara Perish, and Mrs. James Sul
livan will be assistant hostesses.
. By ANNE ADAMS
Color contrast finds Its way
into the simplest of models and
here It Is la a one piece dress
that la rery practical and com
fortable for house work. On a
gar print, a eolld dark color
fashions collar, cuffs, pockets.
and pert bow and to add chic.
the outlines are scalloped. We
suggest percale, gingham, cotton
broadcloth, rayon or linen for
much wear and many tubbings.
Pattern 2065 Is obtainable
only In sixes 16. 18. 34, 35,
38 and 40. Size It requires
2 7-8 yards of .36-inch fabric.
Yardage tor every slxe. and
simple, exact instructions are
given. No . dressmaking experi
ence is necessary to make this
model with -our pattern.
8ca4 fifteen ceaU la ratal ar
ataapa (coins preferred), far aca
pattera. Write plaial? year asae,
adcreee ' tad ityle number. Be
are ta state tiie vented.
The sew fell estate mow
read?. It feataret the neweet ia
fteraeaa. sperM tad aeaee
dneeee, linrerie, pajamas and kid
dies' clothes. Alto delicatful sift
se reef ti ens ia accessary and trans
fer pstteras. Price of catalog,
fifteea eeats. Catalog vita pa.
- tern, twentr-flre eeats. Address
11 aasil aad ardera ta The States-eaaa-
Pattera ; Department. Set
West 17tfc street, Kew York City.;
News and Club
Ouvs M. Dox.f tauty Ed
Wednesday, November 11
Thank offering service of Lutheran ladies' Guild,
American Lutheran church. 2:30 o'clock la church,
Mrs. Amelia Webb, hostess to Thimble club of Mao-'
cabeea at her home. 625 North 19th street.
Dorcas society meeting, 2 o'clock in parlors of
Christ Lutheran church.
Thursday, November 12
Prof. W. C. Jones, speaker for Zonta dab lunch
eon, 12:00 o'clock. Marion hotel.
Mrs. B. E. Slsson, hostess to Golden Hour club, at
her home 1635 Saginaw street, 1 o'clock luncheon.
Ladies Aid of Woman's Relief Corpaall-day meet
ing, potluck dinner at noon.
Regular meeting of Artisans cards and refresh
ments: for Artisans only.
Woman's Missionary society of First Presbyterian
church, "thank offering" meeting of year; Mrs. C. A.
Park leader; meet in church parlors.
Willing Workers class of First Christian church,
with Mrs. Will May. 445 South Capitol street.
Friday, November IS
Women ot First, Baptist church, with Mrs. Fred D.
Broer. 905 North 5th street, 2 o'clock. Mrs. Briton Ross
has charge of program.
Brush college community club, night meeting.
"Hard time" costume party tor Willing Workers
Class of First Christian church in church parlors at 7:30
Engagement Told of
Monmouth At an attractive
bridge party Saturday night at
the home of Mrs. Harriet Cham
bers, was made known the en
gagement of Miss Phebe Butler
to J. Alfred Cox. whose mar
riage will be an event of the
Christmas holiday season.
Yellow and bronze chrysan
themums were used to enhance
the charming setting where four
tables ot cards were in play.
Miss Faith Kimball of Indepen
dence captured high score. Im
mediately following the playing
guest prizes of individual chry
santhemums were presented. To
each of the sixteen flowers was
attached one letter, the sum of
which when correctly assembled
spelled the names of Miss But-
ler and Mr. Cox. Miss Butler
was then presented with a cor
sage of rosebuds In which her
engagement ring was concealed
Refreshments carried out the
engagement motif cleverly.
Hostesses for the evening
Miss Lucile Wall and Miss Opal
Armstrong. Those enjoying me
affair were: the guest of honor.
Mis. lint lr Mi Florence
RMrrt9iv. M-i. Dora Schetfs-
Icpv Miss Rnsamunde Dewey,
Mrs'. Florence Hutchinson. Mrs.
Delniar Dewey. Mrs. Larry Wolfe
and Mrs. Robert Penca. all of
Monmouth: and Miss Mary Don
aldson. Miss Helen Haymon,
Miss Oma Belle Emmons. Mrs.
Elsie Bolt and Miss Kimball ot
Independence, and tBe hostes
Mia Butler who Is eighth
grade supervisor of the training
deoartment of the Oregon Nor
mal school, has residert m Mon
mouth tor the past two years.
She Is a daughter of Mr. ana
Mrs. L. D. Butler of Madison.
Kan?.- Mr. Cox, assistant di
rector of physical education for
mpn at h Normal school, also
has lived two years In Monmouth.
He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. t ree-
man Cox -.of Grand Junction,
Independence Members of the
Woman1 Foreign Missionary so
cietv of the Methodist church met
t ih. hornA of Mrs. W. L. Taylor
of Fridav afternoon. Mrs. E. E.
Rnrnhart. !- nrealdent. nreslded
in th absence of the nresident.
Mrs. William F.Campbell. An
ooenine son was followed by the
.Hntura reading h Mrs. Bertha
Fergufoa. "On to the Villages".
was the lesson topic with Mrs.
Rarnhnrt th leader. Mrs. Ed Kel-
ly, the secretary, who was a dele-
gate to the convention at Corval-
II nn an Interesting reDort.
rthr diratea w.r Mra. Camo-1
bell and Mrs. Barnhart.
Mrs. Taylor was assisted at tne
refreshment hour bv her daugh-
ters. Miss Kathryn and Miss Na
Those present were Mrs. E. E.
Barnhart, Mrs. Carrie Smiley.
Mrs. Charles Smiley. Mrs. Ed Kel
ly, Mrs. Gertrude Davidson, Mrs.
Bertha Ferguson, Mrs. T. Heffly. I
Mrs. Peter Kurre, Mrs. B. O.
Walker. Mrs. Vial. Mrs. Alice
Skinner. Mrs. Ellen Se -ley, Mrs.
J. G. Mcintosh. Mrs. Sarah Ir-
vtn. Mrs. w h. Craven. Mra. w.
L. TaylorP and Kathryn. Naomi
and WHma Taylor.
Independence Mrs. G. G. Wal
ker was hostess at a delightful at
SET mad.attVctlve' d'eral
tion, Two table, of contract
orioge were in piaj mumi nuW..
won Dy Mrs. a. u. i nomas.
e a . . eii .m ara a rm I
LUfltueUtt lIH'UWiu iu Baui7
with the following guests present:
airs. u. Ij. i nomas. ors. v,.
Kimoau, Mrs. ai. . imams,
Mrs. R. M. Walker. Mrs. D. u.
Walker. Mrs. u. U. uoairy. Mrs.
George Carbray, and the hostess,
Mrs. G. o. waiaer.
Miss La Verne Holm, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Edwara tioim oi
Weodburn. and Eddie Young, son
ot Mr. and Mrs. Ed Young- of Sll-
verton were married at one
o dock sunoay aiiernoon oy ev.
D. J. Howe at the home of kst.
Howe. They lert immediately ioj-
lowing for a wedding trip imoi
Washington. Mr. and Mrst. Young
will return to Silverton to make
Miss Esther Marie Vehrs was
tho honor guest for a dinner par-
ty followed by a, theatre party
TuesdaT eTening. -Mrs. George
Vehra wad hostess. Guests In com -
aliment to Miss Vehrs were Ruth
Hllman. Rosa Gibson. Anita Wag -
ner. Doris Arbuckle. Bellroie Mol -
lor. Yvonne Torgler. and Carman
Guild Tea Lovely
The Junior Guild of St. Paul's
Episcopal church was hostess for
a delightful tea at the home of
Mrs. Frank Durbin Tuesday af
ternoon. All women of St. Paul's
were guests for the afternoon
hours of Informal meeting.
Guests were greeted at the
door by Mrs. Durbin and officers
of the guild, Mrs. V. E. Kuhn,
Mrs. Don Roberts. Mrs. Allan
C'arson and Mrs. Henry Cor-
At the tea table which was
arranged In a colorful arnty of
fall flowers, presided Mrs. G. H.
Swift and Mrs. W. Babcock. As
sisting in serving in the dining
room were Miss Jeanne Patton,
Miss Jean Wiley, Miss Frances
Paris, and Miss Josephine Cor-
Fall flowers were also used In
colorful effect about the guest
rooms. A large number of church
women called during the after
noon. Picture Lecture
T . j r
An interesting lecture will be
given by Mrs. Clifton Mudd, chair
man of the picture library of the
fine arts department of the Salem
Woman's club as an introduction
to the international relations pro
gram which will be the afternoon
session of the county institute Sat
Mrs. Mudd will discuss nine
pictures, one from each of nine
countries, and through them will
develop the idea ot international-
ism in art. Pictures to be discuss
ed will be Flemish school, "Baby
Stewart," by Van' Dyke; German
school, "Christ with the Doctors",
Hoffman; Dutch school. "Eliza
beth Ba3' Rembrandt; Italian
school, "Mona Lisa", Da Vinci;
French, "Song of Lark", Jules
Bredon; British school, "Boy and
Rabbit." Henry Raburn; Spanish
school, "Assumption , Murlllo;
American school, Whistler 's
'Mother', and "Harvest" by J
Leo Fairbanks, of Oregon State
A second number to be added
to the program as first given is a
ct.ure oy airs. v. tx. Aiuen on ea
1 a. ar e-a e j a
ucatlon in China, with particular
reference to education as develop-
ed In the University of Peking.
Mrs. Aides will be dressed in
-ninese costume ana win aispiay
number of Chinese imports
This lecture will be given at the
one o'clock., no-host luncheon at
I iae n-ias ciud.
The refAlar afternoon session
wr Pn ai o ciock in tne
ciuuhousb. Among state
ocrs io oe present will be Mrs.
Charles N. Bilyeu, state president.
Mrs. P. H. Lenahan, Mrs. O. H.
Buland and Mrs. Sadie Orr-Dun-
bar, each of whom will appear on
the program. Mrs. Bilyeu and Mrs.
Lenahan will have charge ot the
corrections division program in
the morning. Mrs. Dunbar will
preside as Institute chairman aft
M"- William Fordyce Fargo,
president or the third district.
opens the meeting, Mrs. Bnland
wl" charge of the lnterna-
uonai relations program.
The Artisans will meet Thurs
c.rds"and thU foHowed by.
dlnr" thUS?" 11
Ssines's 'm&inV SSK
,oda, eTenInK pl1, w,n
advanced for the meetinr of De-
f.mhpr S at mrfcfoh tlm. la.r.
aeiegaUon from Portland and
8tate officers will be guests of
i tne local order,
I e a
The regular dinner meetinr
Witn cards following was enjoyed
by the Merry-Go-Round clnb Mon-
dav night. Dinner was en loved at
the Areo hotel and later tarda
were jn piay at tng) home ot Mr
.nd Mrs. .William -Brown with'
Mrs. Frank Snedecor as assistant
hostess. Miss Margaret Cosner was
BB additional guest. Mr. and Mrs,
tj. q. Shipley held high score for
As president of the local Great
I er Oregon association, Mrs. W.
canton smitn has been asked to
speak t a meeting of the Union
Hill .women Thursday. She will
I discuss the work ot the Greater
1 , "
' Mrs. Keith Powell and Mrs,
1 James : Linn were additional
1 guests for he contract bridge
1 club of Mrs. Harry uawKins at
' tne uawaias nome Monaay.
Golden chrysanthemum decor
ated the long luncheon . table la
the dining room of the Elks tem
ple Tuesday afternoon and made
a beautiful effect to greet the
guests of honor of the Salem Nile
club, Mr. E. Davidson, queen of
Nydia temple, and three, ot her
officers from Portland, lira. A. X.
Dibble, Mrs. B. O. Webster, and
Mrs. I. p. Esbenshade.
Brief talks were made at the
luncheon hoar by Mrs. Ted Match,
president of the Salem Nile club,
and Mrs. Davidson and Mrs. Dib
ble. Following the luneheon,
bridge was in play with winning
scores being held at the end of the
afternoon by Mrs. Clare Vlbbert,
Mrs. B. O. Webster, and Mrs. E.
Covers at the luncheon were
placed for the tour honor guests,
and Mrs. Paul Hauser, Mrs. V. E
Kuhn, Mrs. L. Bombeck, Mrs. W.
J. Liljequlst, lira. Hans Seits,
Mrs. Charles Pratt. Mrs. M. C.
Petteys. Mrs. Bert Flack, Mrs.
Clare Vlbbert, Mrs. Irish of Sil-
verton, Mrs. E. Kennedy, Mrs.
Lloyd LeGarie, Mrs. David
Wright, Mrs. Charles Strickland
Mrs. George Dunsford. Mrs. Cros
by. Mrs. H. Scott. Mrs. Curtis
Johnson. Mrs. Sam Laughlin, Mra,
Frank Hallk. and Mrs. Ted
Club's Library Day is
Silverton Library day at, the
Silverton's woman's club Monday
afternoon proved an exceptionally
delightful affair. The social room
of the Methodist church, where
the club met, waa colorful with
orange-colored cornucopias filled
with fruits. Green tapers and
green punch bowls on the tea ta
ble gave added color. Book die
plays about the rooms proved a
big attraction to the club mem
bers and visitors.
In charge of the book displays
were Mrs. J. Ballentyne, Mrs. G
B. Bentson, Mrs. Lowell Hoblitt
Mrs. Lee Alfred and Miss LHUe
Madsen. The books displayed were
loaned by J. K. Gill & company of
Portland, Atlas Book store of Sa
lem, George Steelhammer, Silver
ton public library, and Silverton
Miss Harriet Long, state librar
Ian, Miss Boeeen of the county
Red Cross and Mayor L. C. East
man were the speakers. Mrs. H
B. Latham gave a report on the
local public library and told some
thing of its growth. The library
has always been sponsored by the
Silverton Woman's club. The Sll
verton city council has added Its
support this autumn.
Hostesses for the day were
Mrs. Latham. Mrs. Bentson, Mrs.
Mahlon Hoblitt, and Mrs. Theo
A brilliant tea of the fall will
be that which will compliment
Miss Mary Kafoury bride-elect
of Frank Shafer, Saturday after
noon between the hours of 3
and 6 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. Henry Cornoyer with Mra.
Cornoyer, Mrs, Homer Smith
and Ms. L. R. LeFurgy as hos
tesses. Mrs. George H. Swift and Mrs.
George A. White will preside at
the urns the first hour and Mrs.
Shipley will preside the second
Assisting about the rooms will
be Mrs. N. C. Kafoury, Mrs. Karl
Steiwer, Mrs. Hal Patton, Mrs.
Otto Wilson. Mrs. William Mc-
Gilchrist, and Miss Mabel Peter
In the dining room will be
Miss Mary Jane Lau, Miss Fran
ces Lau, Miss Josephine McGil-
Christ and Miss Josephine
Mrs. J. E. Lau will receive
the guests at the door. Miss Ka
foury will become the bride of
Mr. Shafer November 29 la a
beautiful ceremony at 8t. Paul's
Miss Annie Heitman, became
the bride of Frits Illiard Saturday
i . high noon. The ceremony waa
a home event at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Tleny. Several p re
nuptial affairs had been given for
Mrs. Illiard among which was a
pretty shower with Miss Peggy
Marsh as hostess.
Friday night members of the
Willing Workers class ot First
Christian church and families
will meet in the church parlors
for an old-fashioned "bard time"
party. Tnose wno do not come
In costume will be fined. The
The hour has been set for 7:80
a a a
Members of the Dorcas society
of the Christ Lutheran church
will meet Wednesday - at the
church at 1 o'clock. This' will be
a business meeting and final plans
will be made for the basaar which
will be held November 14.
a a a
Miss Elizabeth Lord had as her
weekend guests, Mrs. 8. J. W. Con
verse of Portland and Mrs. Phil
lip Wlnans of Walla Walla, Wash
t rotten d 100
GI GE ECO
Community Club' to Meet
Friday Night; Many
- Events Recorded
LIBERTY.. Not. 10 The Red
Hill grange horn economics
dab will meet Friday, Nor. It,
at 10 a.m. at the home of Mra.
John Van Lyndegraf of rout 4
on the Pringle road. A potluck
luncheon will be served at noon.
All the women of the grange are
invited and urged to come.
The Liberty Community club
will meet Friday .evening. At this
time the various standing com
mittees for the year will be ap
pointed, and the club projects and
activities be discussed. Quite a
number of the members are busy
practicing and preparing the pro
gram which promises to be inter
esting especially so in that some
new community talent will ap
The refreshment committee has
requested that sandwiches be
brought to help out on the menu
FREE MEAL PLAN
Next Monday evening. Nor. 16
at 8 o'clock a dinner will be giv
en to local residents by an alum
inum demonstrator. It Is urged
that all husbands and wires come
if possible, as the grange will re
ceive as Inducement, a small re
muneration for each couple at
tending. There will, however, be
no charge made to those attending
the dinner. Later in the evening
there will be a lecture given on
food and health.
Miss Mildred Kirk, who besides
being the teacher of the fifth and
sixth grades here is also music in
structor for the school, has
found several outstanding voices
among the boys. She has there
fore, started one group on quartet
practice and may later start work
with a girls' glee club. The boys'
quartet made its first appearance
at the recent grange meeting and
will Blng at other community
gatherings. These boys are: Wll
lard Hauser, Donald Keeney, Vic
tor Gibson and Lester Browning.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Browning
and children Dorothy Lester,
and Peggy and Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Browning spent Sunday at Paci
fic City. Tliey report fair weath
Mrs. J. Van Lyndegraf of route
4 had rather a serious accident
Friday night. While driving at
the corner of Mission and South
Commercial streets, her car was
struck broadside by another ma
chine. Mrs. Van Lyndegraf for
tunately escaped with only cuts
on the forehead and hands, but
her car was completely wrecked.
The man driving the other car
was unhurt but hH car was badly
AUMSVILLE. Nov. 10 George
Snyder of this place had a stroke
of paralysU Saturday and Mon
day was still unconscious. Dr.
Brewer ot Stayton is the attend
ing physician. Mr. Snyder with
his family moved here nearly six
years ago for his health and has
seemed until now to be better.
Mrs. Necla Buck, of the Salem
W. C. T. U. visited at the high
school here Monday morning and
gave a talk on prohibition and its
effects. She also gave a talk at
the Bethel Church Sunday morn
ing after which she organized a
The members of this club are:
Mrs. Theo. Mountain, Mrs. Millie
Martin, Mrs. Luta Fuson. Mrs.
Walker, Mrs. Margaret Martin,
Mrs. Ralph Pomeroy ' and Mrs.
Cornelia George. Officers elected
were Mrs. George president, Mrs.
Margaret Martin, secretary srad
Mrs. Luta Fuson. treasurer. They
Miss Kathryn Goulet, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Romeo Goulet Is
expected home from San Francis
co where she is attending San Ma
te j Junior college, December 5
a e e
Mrs. W. Carlton Smith has Just
returned from a week spent in
Neskowia. Mrs. R. H. Dearborn of
Corvallis was a guest ot Mrs.
Smith during the week.
a a a
Mrs. Romeo GOulet will hare
as her luncheon guests Thurs
day. Mrs. Frank J. Lonergan of
Portland and Miss Neaa West of
Lady with 10 years experi
ence and beet of references
wants to open a nursery
klndergardea la Salem. Par
ents interested, please write
125S State St.
VICTIM OF AH
RUSSIAN SCHOOL OF THE DANCE
Oregon, Washington and Canada
Tha oenIns; et a Branek la Salem. Classes and Private
Instruction will be given ia -
lUsaiaa Ballet Ballroom Toe
Character Exsressioa mmA Rhythm
Pantomime Taf Adto
Starting Thursday, November 19
CaitUian Hall Nelson Building
881 Checneketa St.
Mr. NoTikoff will be at tha Castllian Hall next Monday (Nor.
ICth) 10 A. M. to 1 P. M. to arrange for classes. Phoae
Thursday 748 for appointment other days Phone 4170
will meet one week from Wedaee- i
day at it horn of Mrs. O, M.
Friend will be sorry to hear
that Mrs. Elisabeth Ktrkpatriek,
who has been in Portland the last
month la muclrworse and has had
to be taken to a hospltaL Her
family has been summoned to her
bedside. Mrs. Kirkpatrlck I
nearly 90 years ot age.
Service Flag .
HAZEL GREEN, Not. 10 A
short Armistice program was
given by the 8unday school. The
service flag made by the local
chapter of the Red Cross and
dedicated April. 1918. was dis
played. The flag was made by
Mrs. A. Weniart, who had two
sons in the service and Mrs.
Emma Fisher and others. At the
time the flag was made Lablsh
Center was a part of Hazel
The names and places ot ser
vice as far as can be traced, fol
low: the three gold stars for
Clarence Mlnker. Lablsh Center;
and Charles Woelke, both of
whom died in training camp;
Smith Ballard, killed In action at
Bellean Woods; Ralph Harvey,
Hardy Jackson, and Lloyd Rape
of Company M., Harold Peterson
in the marines with 91st divi
sion, Argonne Woods; Harry
Rhodes, Hairy Sims. Sol Gobin,
Frank Rape,' Ralph Stephens.
Charlie Zellnski, Jr., Frank
Woelke and Ben Woelke served
William Dunnigan was In the
army of occupation on the
Rhine; Haorry Bennett. Walter
Wenart. Merle-Chapman were in
the navy; Bennett in naval post
office, Brooklyn; Welnart all
around the world; Chapman, San
Pedro: Elmer Welnart, wireless
on ship; Earl Isham, ambulance
corps; Ralph Lander, Alvln Van
Cleave, Mark Asplnwall, Ralph
Worden. John Franklin. E. Doyal
and W. Hauth and Harry Bibby
were in training camps.
After the return of the boys
the service flag was taken to the
school house for a program.
FORTY YEARS WED
Forty-one years after Mary
Ramsden White took the tows of
wedlock she filed suit for divorce
from her husband, Thomas C.
White, whom she characterized as
mean, hot-tempered and cruel.
The children of the couple are all
of legal age.
March 14. 1928. when the
plaintiff was 111. she alleges that
the defendant dug his nails Into
her face and Injured her chest
with his knees. The complaint
states that In October of this year
he treated her roughly, shoving
her against a davenport when he
went into a rage following his
wife request, that he build a fire
in the heater.
The couple was married Feb
ruary 18. 1890 in Salem. The
plaintiff asks $40 a month sup
port money from her husband.
STAYTON. Nov. 10 Vincent
Marts, wife and daughter, Patsy
are back in Stayton, living in
their own house, which had been
occupied for several months by
the Walter Herd family. The
Herds have moved into the
Grandma Hahn house on the same
street. The Merts's spent tne
past summer at DeLake. where
Mr. Mert waa engaged m roaa
Oregon Electric Ry.
Sunday, Not. 15, 1931
Northbound te Portland
8- 55 am. train will leave at
9- 30 arriving Portland 10-51.
5-05 pm. train unchanged.
11-45 pm. train except Satur
day (1-15 Saturdays) and the
3-80 pm. dally train discon
tinued. Sowtiiboaod arrivals from
The 9-15 am. train Is un
changed. The 8-00 pm. train will arrive
Trains arriving at 8-00 and
11-15 pm. discontinued.
Leave at 9:41 am., arriving
Eugene 11-49 am.
New folders, further Infor
mation, etc., from
K. T. Roberts, City Psgr. e
L. F. Knowltoa, Generel Agent
Oregon Electric Ry.
is. y. cuehs
in it on
Mrs. C. S. Teeple Entertains
Women's Groups; Farm
SPRING VALLEY, Nov. 10
Mrs. Ben McKinney entertained
with a dinner 8undaT honoring
the birthday of her mother, Mrs.
John Childers. Guests present
were Mr. and Mrs. John Childers
of Spring Valley. Mr. and Mrs.
R. J. Hackett and daughters,
Mary and Lucille of Lincoln and
Jack Sperry of Seattle, and the
host and hostess. Mr. and Mrs.
There were only two days of
school at Spring Valley this
week due to Armistice day holi
days and teachers' Institute
Thursday and Friday.
Mrs. C. S. Teeple entertained
the Ladies Aid and home mis
sionary society ot the Leslie
Methodist church at her home
Wednesday. Mrs. Armstrong,
who live In Nebraska and con
ducts a home there, gave an In
teresting talk. Howard Teeple,
only son ot Mr. and Mrs. C. 3.
Teeple, who is a student of Wil
lamette university and studying
for the ministry, gave his third
message Sunday night at Leslie
E. F. McKinney and family
were Sunday visitors at the W
Welch home near Aurora. Mc
Kinney and Mrs. veicn are
brother and sister.
Friday night, November IS.
everyone Is invitea to a gooa
program at the Spring Valley
community club given by the Ar
tisans' Insurance company of
The rain during the past few
We Pay Homage To
WB COMMEMORATE THB COMING OF PEACB
On this Armistice Day we glorify Peace,not War. W
honor the nation's heroes as men who gar their Urea
not to win a war, but to win an everlasting peaee. They
were brave, fighting hearts that bled tor a noble cause.
We can well cherish the memory of their deeds. Bat
In remembering let us also pray that our youth and the
youth of the world will never again meet on the bat
tlefield. . THIS STORE REMAINS CLOSED ALL DAX
TODAY ARMISTICE DAY
Lest We Forget
Thirteen Year Have Pawed . . .
No One Can Forget
THOSE four dark years of the World
War left scars so deep, that their
memory has become something eternal.
To-day we honor the Unknown Soldier
and his compatriots from every corner
of the world . . . brothers who fought
with him, suffered with" him, and died
with him. And with those who survived
we join in the earnest prayer that they
sacrificed not in vain . . . that such con
flict may be forever stilled.
IN OBSERVANCE OF ARMISTICE
DAY WE WILL BE CLOSED
ALL DAY TODAY
days has thoroughly soaked the
ground and water Is standing la
soma low places. great many
farmers were caught before) their
fall seeding was finished so ar
consequently hoping for a few
more days of clear weather.
Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Holdredge
were recent visitors at the H. N.
Alderman home. Mrs. Alderman
is slowly Improving from her re
Is For Son to
OAKLAND. Cal., Not. lO--(AP)
The last request of Harry N.
Watklns. father of George Wat
kins, University ot California
football player, before he died last
night, was that his son play In
the Stanford-California game.
"I don't want him to stay oat
of the game jast because ot me,"
he said before he died. "Let him
play let him carry on.
Watklns had been looking for
ward for months to seeing the
struggle. He was stricken sudden
ly a week ago with appendicitis.
To Begin This Week
LIBERTY, Not. 10 The alter
ation work at the hall is at pres
ent near enough finished to make
it possible to start basketball
practice this week. The equipment
for playing was installed 'Satur
day. The girls of the school as
well as the boys are to hare a
basketball team, and will play
teams of other schools. The young
men of the community are also
very enthusiastic In regard to the
availability of the hall tor basket
ball and will organize to play
among themselves and also will
have games with other outside or