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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Wednesday Morn in r,-November 18. 1931
A. F. OF L;fS 50 YEARS IS PROUD RECORD
Island Improvement Club
Opens " Winter .Season '
-With Busy ..SessienS-
' GRAND ISLAND, Not. IS
The Grand Island . Improvement
dab bold the first meeting of the
winter season at the school house
Saturday night. A brief business
meeting was conducted by the
president; Adelbert. Smith. The
. club voted to. dispense with the
.. regular custom, of drawing names
forr the . community ' Christmas
tree this year; However. - a pro
gram will be given and the school
cniidren will draw names ; and
enjoy the community . . tree as
usual. . .
. Residence of the district will
sponsor the- annual Thanksgiving
. least . to be held at the school!
house on- that. date. ' Everyone
who does not have other jengage-
. menu and cares to participate In
the affair Is invited to come with
basket dinner and Join in ' the
Thanksgiving spirit. '
Following the business session.
' .varledj program - consisting of
musical numbers' and a two-act
- play. -"Rose of the Riders", was
presented by the school children
under the direction of the. two
teachers, Mrs. Pauline" Fowler
and Miss Zoe Easterly.
- The next-meeting of the club
will be held December 12.' The
program will be in charge of the
literary chairman-, Mrs. ', Mildred
- Smith, assisted by Miss Charles
Ferguson and Morton Tompkins.
Mrs. RockhOl 111
' Mrs. C. A. Rockhill has been
very ill at her home since last
Thursday. During ;her sickness.
Miss Bessie -Sergant" of Hopewell
has been assisting with the house
'.work. Saturday noon C. A. Rock
hill "was" suddenly called to the
" Salem General hospital to be
with his brother, Walter, of . that
city, who was run into by a
freight train near.th 'Inen mills.
Two years ago he met with a
similar experience with a pas
senger train. So far. little hopes
are- held for his recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. Worth Wiley and
little son, Donald, combined bus
iness and pleasure In a trip to
Portland the last of the week.
While there they made an ob
servation tour through -the Swift
packing plant which proved very
Interesting and instructive.
Wm m.- fe:vX,4
es civic cam
Conutockv Mrs. O. Gv Lacjv and
Mrs. Spies. . . - v
I Planners iahrF; Builders of
New Edifice Appear on
Long Program ,
WEST STATTON. Nov. H i-
The dedication of the West Stay-
eld at the school bouse Satr-1 mn" o:ock Tnurs-
; SILVERTOff, Nor. .17 Sflver
toa Is all set for ' Its big-or,
poultry, nut: and potato , show
which will, open hero, early. Fri
day, morning. It Is being sponsor
ed by the local chamber, of com
merce .and considerable Interest is
being' shown in It. ' All .entries
j Judging will begin T 1 1 d. a y
morning at around H: 30 .o'clock
and the judges hope to have ev-
Ing -completed by the middle
the afternoon.1 Prank E; Fox
and Donald D. Hill, both from
Oregon State eollege, will' act as
Judges: A ten cent admission will
b charged to assist In defraying
I given: -.'
Song, "America", by the audi-
! ence; . invocation. Rev.rLyman oi
the Stayton Christian - church:
"America, the Beautiful", grade
pupils; presentation of building.
by B". Jr. Chamberlln,' chairman
of the West Stayton school
i board. Acceptance, of building by
I Donald Hankel: "Blue-Eyed
Blonde and "Loveless Love", by
the Stayton high nchool orches
tra.. , . "... -
"Backward Glances", by Leon
ard Walker, clerk of the West
Stayton school board; two letters
t from school teachers of the past
read bv Mr. P. A. Dnham: a.
iThort address bv Prof Moinf fn
of Aumsville; song, "In the Gar- i Mekw, ov. u ine nrsi
den of Tomorrow", by Mrs. Irish I flOTjmper,, meeting oi ae com-
TO PROVIDE TREAT
Charles F E6maj
AltkaKti CartoBit Uhm B.r bM UcU S call lag lh A. F. C L. "jt kWi i hU drawing e
morativ of U FatlaratMm'a fiftieth kirtUay, that orgaitia e fwinfrwitk prid a phl
mtV i. tani i P;tt.kii-L. UJr tka UJnkh mt tk lata Samael Gmpr and
PrMMUnt WiUUm Cmi, rat had af tha arf aaizatioa, (ha FaUratim has grew ta a membrshM
f 1m to tkrea million saanbars. Aaaaag the klaMings it has brevgbt to tha Aataricaa worker era th
LiAiA.ni J.. ..Jl . ...J.I mt Kmimm mmmIaJ im f athar oMitnr la tka warUL Om af its araat-
vnt uUti r Am mm mt ekiU Ukav. Tkra ara saw aa.1v twa StaUs iat tka Uaiem wkara
jtk auaiaiVM aga far a 'worker u aW 14. Of tka fiva mm wko orifiaally orgaaiaod tka Fodarataoti.
aly oaa U bow Bviag. Ha b Ckarlos F. Brgsaaa, of Daytoaa Boack, Fla. Mr. Bar U 78 years oM
mm kas watched tbo orgaaisatioa he kotood craato grow toto too powerrai smcum ii is sooot.
FAREWELL PARTY IS
THEFT OF TURK
McCOY, Nov. 17 Turkey
thieves were unsuccessful in
their attempt to steal turkeys
from the large flock of White
Hollaed turkeys which belong to
Henry, Domes. Late Friday night
Mr. Domes heard strange noises
out in - his "pens -and so he pro
ceeded out with his shotgun. He
fired three shots into the night
and routed the burglars. He did
not see the would-be thieves.
- Miss, Louise Scrogglns and
, Dorothy Finn -spent the weekend
BROOKS. Nov. 17 Pupils In
Principal Clyde Heffer's room
gave Eddie Arata, who is going to
Portland a farewell party Friday
afternoon. Eddie is a seventh
grade pupil in the Brooks public
school and the party was a com
plete surprise. Refreshments were
served at the close of the after
Those present were: Eddie Ar
ata the honor guest, Dorothy Nel
son. Beulah Otto, Hattie Aspin-
wall, Arleta Wood, Harry Bosch,
Vera Sears, Mary Clark, Lois Lav
ett, Minnie Ogura, Gladys Epley.
Susie Ogura, Genevieve Chastain,
Pearl LaFlemme, Laver Harris.
Thelma Reed, Clara Unemote, and
Miss Norma Roberts, Mitchel
Lowery. Doil Orr, Oren Sturgls,
Bob .Ramp; Arthur Susee, Lee
Ramp, Joe Henny, Charles Hess,
Charles Hutto, James Hendenball,
John Hutto, Theodore Lowery,
Osborn Allison, Francis Johnson,
Robert Fitts. and their teacher.
. The Brooks Community club
held its regular meeting in the
club house Thursday. Mrs. A. J.
Rasmussen, president, conducted
the business meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Aspinwall
Giant Turnip Gives
Berry Gty Another
Product to Acclaim
, WOODBURX, Nov. 17.
A IS-pound purple-top tur
nip Is oa display here 1b the
windows of the Berry Center
Land company. The turnip,
which is too large to fit into
the top of a medium-sized
bucket, is 18 inches la di
ameter. It was grown on the
Elgin Lucas farm three miles
east of Woodburn. Seed for
the turnip was sown in bot
tom land July 27.
Other Interesting; articles
on display are a large stock
mangel, weighing over 15
pounds, and plate of per
simmons. The mangel was
grown by Mike Koch. A dis
play of Indian relics, Includ
ing arrow heads and shells,
is also on display. The col
lection was made by John
ana aaugnter, accompanied- on
the piano by Dorothy -Asebe; ad
drees by F. H. Struble of Salem;
architect for the building. . ,
Address by W. Mayo of
Stayton; address by L. B. Me-
Clendon. principal of the West
Stayton school; song, "Autumn
Lullaby", by the Aumsville high
school girls' trio; . "When the
Moon Comes Over the Mountain",
by the Stayton high school or
chestra; address by H. E. Toble
of Stayton; song, Mrs. Minnie
Dickman. accompanied by Mildred
Neal to speak. (Nickerson; "Sweet Jennie Lee",
Kenneth Pettfbone, one of Ore- y the Aumsville high school or-
ma COLD HER
VALSETZ, Ner. 17 All water
was turned off at camp six Sun
day, for the winter, to keep from
f reesing. All hot water tanks were
drained from all the houses ex
cept Frank Ellis place, Ellis' stnl
fcas his furniture la Valsetav -
The first snow of the season
fell Saturday and Sunday ln'Val
sets turning to rain late Sunday.
The ground was covered Sunday
morning. ,.; ':
Mr. and Mrs. George March, re
turned from Dallas Sunday where
Mrs. March attended the - teach
ers Institute of Polk county.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dodson and
children were holiday visitors at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Green, of Silverton. ; ..'
New' Colds-Control "Plan
Welcomed by Mothers
Plan Introduced by Makers I
of Vkks VapoRub to Re
: duce : tbe Fainily - "Colds
Tax" is Made Possible by a
Local Druggists Offer a Test of
. The New Product and Plan to
: VapoRub Tsers oa Tiilimtted
1 Guarantee of Satisfactory ' Re-
gon's new American Farmers,
will be the speaker at the Father
and Son banquet of the local Fu
ture Farmers to be held here De
Saaford Davis is the proud own
er of two registered Shropshire
, lamb3 which he purchased Satur
day and will use as his Smith-
Hughes project Davis secured the
lambs from Ellis Brown of Canby.
Accompanying him on his buying
trip were his father, W. A. Davis,
Warren Crabtree, Tom Miller and
chestra; reading, "Whose Afraid"
by Mildred Nickerson; address by
Grant Murphy of Stayton; dedi
catory address by Mrs. Mary Ful
kerson, Marlon county school
superintendent; song, "Oregon
by audience; vote of . thanks by
Mrs. L. B. McClendon; address
by Fred Dickman: and address
by Harry Stewart.
The building was dedicated as
l civic center of West Stayton.
The program committee was:
W. O". Royse, Leonard Walker
and T. T. McClellon; refresh
ment committee, Mrs. Clyde
fauunfty- club was held- Saturday
with - a large and appreciative
crowd enjoying the program -ar
ranged, by. G. S. Higgins and Boy
At the business meeting the
Christmas program and method of
providing funds for the. candy tor
the tree were discussed. The
school, Sunday school and com
munity club would combine to
give the program as has been
done in previous years. A jie so
cial will be held Nov. 28 to raise
money forUhe candy.
The program for the evening
was: song. America, by all; read
ing by Mrs. H. Schenhal; flag, sa
lute and song by primary room;
step, Henry Jungwirth; skit "Romance-
at Home", Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Blankenship. Philip Blank.
enship,, Francis Blankenship and
the Misses Ferguson; musical se
lections by harmonica band. Merle
Shorey, G. F. Jungwirth, B. D,
Fidler, Leroy Edwards with Mrs'.
Edwards at the piano, vocal se
lection. ' Miss Query; skit "The
Gas Pump," Raymond Higgins,
James Higgins, Wesley Goodrich
and Howard Henningsen.
! Mothers are - constantly - faced
with the . problem of - colds and
their costs. It is the ' mothers
therefore, .who especially, appre
ciate the . VickJ Plan for better
"Control-of-CbId" In the home-
Just perfected by the makers at
The Vick Plan is made possi
ble .by a new preparation. Vicks
Nose and Throat Drops, based on
a new idea in "preventing colds.
It Is a companion product to
VapoRub, the modern external
method of "treating" colds. The
two preparations add and supple
ment each other. Together, as di
rected below, they give you the
Vick Plan tor better "Control-o?
1. Before a Cold Starts
Use Vicks Noe Dtodt a few
drops up each nostril wheneve:
you or your children have been
exposed to anytning whlcn your
own experience tells you -is apt
to bring on a cold contact with
others having fresh e c 1 d s
crow ds, stuffy ill-ventllated
rooms, publie places a night on
the Pullman or .a dusty automo
bile ride sudden changes in
temperature, wet or cold inhi:
ing smoke, dust, gases or whew
you are tired from overwork.
In abort, don't wait for that
stuffy, sneesy : Irritation of . the ;
nasal, passages Nature's - Tarn-.,;
ing that you are actually "catch
ing cold." - u
2. After a CoMStarU. . -At
night, massage "the , throat ;
and chest well with Vicks Vapo . ;
Rub -now available hT "stainless
form," if you prefer. " Spread on;
thick. and cover with. warm flan-. i
nel. Leave the bed-clothing loose .
around the neck. so. that the med- .:-
icated vapors arising may be In
haled . freely all night long: Dur-.
ing the - day, use Vicks - Neee ,
Drops, every few hours , any
time, e.iiy place. '. This ' gives you.
full. 24-hour treatment. -
.Ideal for. Children
Both these Vick products are'-
external and hence can be used v
as freely and as often as needed
rithout the risk of too much
dosing.' - Internal "dosing" so .
often disturbs the digestion ee--
peeially the delicate digestions of.,
children." This impairs the appe
tite, which. In turn, reduces body
strength at a time when resist
ance to disease is most needed. '
Don't "dose"" colds especially
children's colds except on ad
vice of your family physician.
Trial Offer to Vick Users
Proof of this Plan Is in its
trial in your own heme. Get a
bottle of Vicks Drops today. Keep ,
it alongside your trusted Vicks
VapoRub. - Use them together as
directed. Their better "Control-of-Colds"
will be noted in fewer
colds colds of less severity and
shorter duration. An actual sav
ing to you, in money, loss of time
and health.' . Otherwise, the test
will' cost you nothing. For, unless
results are - more than satisfac
tory, your druggist will refund in
full the price of the new Vicka
BEST APPLE EATER
SCIO, Nov. 17. A firemen's
dance will be given Thanksgiving
n'rht. thA nroceeds to be nsed In
They visited Miss accompanied by Miss Bessie .As- repaWng the high school's big
Finn's aunt. Miss .Myrtle Davis,
who is now visiting at the home
of her brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Finn. She
plans to remain until after the
t Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Johnson
pinwall were recent guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton
Bunn in Portland, the occasion
being the birthday of their daugh
ter. Miss Lucille Aspinwalrs
Mr. and Mrs. Manass of Gresham CommTOIllty Tree 18
over xne weeKena. Mrs. juanson
Is. the assistant high school
teacher at Bethel and Mrs. John
son Is teacher in the ' Lafayette
Christmas Plan of
Rural Club Group
Commercial Group .
iTT 111 ivxcc. a uiugui
SIDNEY, Nov. 17 The re
gular meeting of - the Santlam
Community club was held Friday
night in the Ankeny Grange hall
with a ' large attendenae. During
I Or OhOrt oeSSlOIl the business meeting it was decid
ed to have a ' community Christ-
gymnasium. Officers of the com
pany will act the committee, with
C. E. Jennings in charge of adver
tising. The turkey dressing dem
onstration. Saturday, afternoon
drew suite a crowd and was very
instructive, while the apple eating
eontest that followed furnished
not a little amusement. First in
this contest was Howard Shelton;
second. Bruce Querry; third, Alom
Miss Rebecca Morgan, Mrs. Rose
Cherrot and Donald MacDonald
were among the Scio people who
attended the football game at Eu
gene Saturday. ,
Scio high players lost tne last
game of the season Saurday to
Shedd by a score of 14 to 0.
T '.ty iru.rrxr -vr- 17 Th I mil tro nt thft next meetlnr. The
- DUiiumu") . . .- - - . . m I m.w . . i
SUverton chamber oi commerce grange, communuy cmn.ana iw.o James INeal HlVltea
will ' hold its regular : November
meeting; at , Walcotfs Wednesday
night. The pinner will begin at
:30 o'clock, and; the president.
Earl Adams, stated that he hoped
the 'business " would be finished
In sufficient time to permit mem
bers to attend the band and or
chestra VbToadcast" at the Eugene'-Field
Final : plans for tne coming
schools -will, put on the program.
After the business meeting an
hour and a half program was put
n by Joseph Benner and family
and Delbert . Jepsen or aaiem.
Mrs. Delbert " Franklin. " and Mrs.
Fred Franklin of Portland were
euests of Mrs. D. E. BUnston Sat
To Speak at Meet
Of State Teachers
poultry show will be discussed Services at VnUrCn
and renorts on the show given.
Speakers have also been secufed
for short talks.
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RICKREALL Sunday school
classes were held Sunday, No
vember 15, at the Rickreall
church for the first time since
last soring. Mrs. E.-"A. Stienson
was in charge of the service.
There, was a large attendance.
The Rickreall Ladies Aid have
made it possible for the church
services, to . be ' resumed. ; Serv
ices wilUbe . held next Sunday,
November 22. It Is not definite
ly "Settled just who- the minister
will be. . . -. (
'"r. The next meeting of . the La
dies' Aid will be : held . at 1 the
Black Bird Inn with Mrs. George
Pier and Mrs. A. Beaver as host
'esses. - -..-
SILVERTON, Nov. 17 James
Neal, Oregon's first boy to secure
the American Farmer degree at
the national convention of Future
Farmer's of America, will speak
at the Oregon State Teacher's as
sociation which Is held during the
holidays. Prof.. Bealea of Corval-
lls, chairman of the agricultural
section of the, association, asked
No More Gas
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If jroa vbb - tar W pcrmaaently r
UTr of taiataoMich mod bwl,
taka Bulmu'r Cat- TtbkU . wMck
. PROGRAM AT PRATUM
: PRATUM, Nov., , 17 A . pro
gram will be given Friday night.
November. - 20 at' the" ' Pratum
school beginning at S ' o'clock.
Numbers , will be " given, by" mem
bers. of the community and the
school children. Proceeds will oe
used.. for buying, school equip
ment. , , . . : . ,
ad Ui tb bad aaeta tOMltiac froca
go PNMV4 ' ' -r ' 1
- Tbat mnpty, famwinm f ling at taa
pit el tha atotnach will dlaaVpaar: tKat
anziaaa, ai w f ling with aaatt
nitatio will vanish, a ad yea will a ami
ba abla ta taka a dacp braata
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That - droway, riaipy f eafta ' aftaa
aaar wm ba rapiacad by a h
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Vmh Umka. ansa aad imn will
fonsmt fad cold aad "go ta laap . ba- !
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a-aa - tram . tBtartanaa" mu taa cuoaia-
tka Cat taa gaoaiaa, la tha yoQow sack-
at any good dreg star - fw SU
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aupUals be destrejsT aw' offid-
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better-tasting kind of tobacco. That's
how we get that CbesterfidJ jUvr. ,
MIlder...and ft more pleasing aroma. -
- Ggarette paper? Only the purest -thaVs
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