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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem. Oregon, Wednesday Morning; November 18, 1931
Local News Briefs
Book Week Observed Mrs.
Margaret Nelson will tell a series
of stories from 2:39 to I:J0
o ctOCK in a room , on vno miru
. m . . . : - a m
floor of MUler'a store Saturday.
mrrt It. -1 4.mU a
number of children's books which
-have been especially designated aa
nnmTMl .material .for children.
This fester is being presented by
- Millers store la compliment 10 na
tion book week. Miss Irene Good
.win, bend of the book department
: at Miller's, also has a Large assort
ment of children's books on dls-
r play In her book section.
Symphony Orchestra concert,
armory, : Wednesday, v Hot. 1 8.
Adalts 75e, children 15c.
Ufesavers To pine Members
. of the girls' Junior " Ufesavlag
corps will meet at the Y tonight
for f: 15 o'clock dinner and a
business session. At this time the
' members wilt bo assigned to their
duties tor the coming montn.
such as;-' instructing swlming
asses and demonstrating mo-
sarlng methods. Tne meenw
will be In charge oi anss juainer
'. Arnold ana Mrs. s. u. van
.-. uance Meiiow hoob yywu. c
V 7iasllMstlJictlo--Roy Mack,
if. ILJwm Fnracf Mirk
aan or uu tvj ...
ana Known lit iukuj bw toi..
will bar a group of two of bis!
own compositions, bota words and
muslct sunt oyer station KGW to-
nlht hetween li and . 13 o ciocx.
YonnMack has been working on
hfs compositions for some time
and the presentations tonight win
be a matter of Interest to those
who hare been following his work
Symphony Qrchestra concert,
armory, Wednesday, Not. 18.
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AuKlll lot, tuumtu - -.
Election Plaa Changed Elec
tion of officers for the high school
Girls' league hereafter will be
bold at the end of each semester
instead of but once a year, as the
result of an amendment Toted by
the girls this week. Anomer
amendment passed requires that
officers of the league must main
tain grades of at least a "C" av
Dance Mellow Moon Wed. 25c.
n A. Vs Meet Tonight Salem
chapter No. , Disabled American
Vatarana of tne wona war win
Id a business and social meei-
im at -th irmorr tonight. At
8:80 o'clock the meeting will be
given over to a social program
and refreshments tor D. A. V.'s
and other veterans.
Lost, a dog. Australian shep
herd, looks liko police dog. With
harness. Reddish color; reward.
Girl Bora to Carvers A 10-
pound girl was born Saturday to
u Mr. and Mrs. William Carver.
residents of the Bunker nui uu
t trict south of Salem. She has been
named Yronne Linnie. Mr. Car
ver formerly was employed on
J each of the Salem newspapers.
Receiver Appointed Donald A.
. . B f
Young has oeea appoiniea receiv-
f er of defendant's mortgaged prem
? ises in connection with the circuit
J court suit of Union Central Life
lnsurance company against Mollle
i stTles. Order to that effect was
I entered yesterday by Judge-Gale
J S. Hill.
Dance Mellow Moon every Wed.
and Sat. Admission only 25c.
S6 for Honor Court Thirty-six
bovs have registered to appear at
he Boy Scout honor court at tne
Mirthouse at 8 o'clock tonight to
receive awards. Two life awards
and three Star scout empiems vm
Ka nresented. alone With a numDer
f of merit and second classa badges.
Finance Group Confers r The
finance committee of the x. as.
C. A. will meet at the associa
tion building at 11 o'clock to
morrow for a session preceding
the - special directors' meeting
which will be held at noon to
consider the budget.
Pedigreed Red Cocker Spaniel
pups. Pets and hunters. Salem's
Child Is Injured When auto
mobiles driven by John Maughau
a p, C. Peterson of
Montana collided five miles north
of Salem, a child who was riding
in tho Maughan ear suffered a
broken collar bone, according to
Maughan's report to the sheriff.
' Holt Stops Here Archie B.
Holt, former manager of the Capi-
: tol tneaire nere, siopyea .
1 overnight last Monday. He was en
I route to Portland on business for
Fox theatre at Medtord, or
ch he is manager. .
n.M f allow Mfton everv Wed..
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L : Flencher Estate Hearing no
final account of Minnie R. Fish-
, waaH an executrix of the estate
rvf Rachel S. Flesher w4U be held
December . 22, according to order
issued yesterday. Tho account
shows a cash balance of $136.41.
K "Wh?" I Subject S." M. En-
I 1 . a. a t.aal at t iAVtt 4f Tl TmA A V
I , win address members of Fraternls
i ! club on the subject "Why!" This
4 K will bo the. last rraternis meeimg
fr lMOVemoer. on accouuv wv
st. Asrnes Guild of St. Paul's
1 ikpiscoyai church will servo chick
I I en dinner in the parish house on
s r-hamaketa St. Irom 6 to i : au
i I Wednesday evening.
' Returns Friday Judge Gale
i! S. HUl wlil bo hero Friday to hear
J fna case ut ncuuu .
i auit for injunction. -;"
1 Cirla Elect Eymaaa Tho Girls
ft league it the high scnooi yesxer
afiav . . a
y i day electetl Hanaa j Jymann
1 F treasurer. x
GralaDD To Mr. and Mrs
Milton Earl GraUpp route seven
a boy. Dwight Sari, bora Novwn-
h 12 in this city.
; fichoettler To Mr. ana Mrs.
I h. R, Scboettler, Hi North 19ta
treet, a boy, James Leo, bom
f Natambcr 14 at saiem uenera
i HewpItaL - ' r
OlcotA Before Jury Presence
of Ben W. Olcott, former gover
nor, , before the grand Jury hero
yesterday gave rise to speculation
that the jury is considering the
affairs of .the Willamette Valley
Loan company as wrapped up with
failnre of the Aurora State Bank.
Oleott is receiver for , the loan
company. - . .
. Time Extended--In estate of
William Johnston. William H.
Balllle as administrator has been
authorised to grant extension of
time for payment of a certain
mortgage. Inheritance tax on the
estate has . been determined at
Boad Money Coming T n o
county court yesterday received
notice .from the state highway
commission that it will shortly re
ceive $36,828.45 as it share tor
the last half of the state market
road money. Polk county will get
about a third as much as Marlon.
. Sale All fall and winter bats
priced to sell. Vanity hat shop
387 Court St., across from Mil
ler's. More Petitions Total of names
In petitions filed with the county
clerk against any appropriation
for the Marion county department
of health were swelled to 500
with petitions filed yesterday,
Most of the petitions are from
Sublimity and Stayton areas. One
yesterday was from Jefferson.
Visits Schools Wayne D. Har
ding, rural school supervisor.
made calls at four county schools
yesterday: Swegle, Pratum, Cen
terview and Brush Creek. He
found work progressing satisfac
torily In all, with nothing of un
usual interest transpiring.
Distempex for dogs with dis
temper. Money hack guarantee,
Salem's Petland. 273 State.
Hearing Continued Hearing in
objections to the final account of
Rose E. Gwlnn as administratrix
of the estate Pf James A. Gwlnn
was yesterday continued until De
cember 1. Hearing was originally
set for Nov. 3 and continued until
Slegenfuhr Estate Eury E.
Howell has been released from
duties as administrator of the es
tate of Mathlas Slegenfuhr, the
estate having been settled up
Maria Anna Rudolf of Lahr, Ger
many, is the only heir.
Learn to dance from Jack E
Kofeldt. Nelson Bldg., each Wed
nesday. Register 3535.
Seeks Divorce Alleging that
defendant deserted their home
July 1019. A. E. Kiser has filed
suit for divorce against Roby M
Kiser. They were married in
Marriage LicestM License to
wed was Issued by the county
clerk yesterday to Thomas George
Wheeler, 25, student,, and Rosa
lean Laska Jorree, 25, waitress,
both of Portland.
Hearing Set The probate judge
has set Tuesday, Dec. 22, as time
for hearing final account of Da
vid H. Kautfman, administrator
of the estate of Jacob D. Kautf
Hu herd's Shoe Grease will wat
erproof your shoes for rainy
weather. Buster Brown Shoe
Ia Jail John Allan, in justice
court Tuesday on a charge of
larceny, was given 24 hours to en
ter a plea. Failing to rurnlsh $50
bail, he was held in the county
On Chicken Charge John Al
len, arrested eight miles north of
town on the river road yesterday
morning, is lodged in the county
jail on a charge of chicken theft.
Let the Buster Brown shoe
store repair man fix your shoes.
Sale Authorized Petition of
guardian of Margarst G. Thomp
son, minor, to sell property at pri
vate sale, has been allowed by the
Arrested Orvllle Nichols,
picked up at Aumsvllle on a lar
ceny, charge, was released from
the county Jail yesterday on bail.
Divorce Decree Plaintiff was
yesterday granted unconditional
decree of divorce in the. suit of
Thelma Thompson vs. Earl A.
Wilkinson Recovered F. L.
Wilkinson, real estate dealer and
city councilman, is recovered from
his recent operation and bai re
turned to his office.
Non-salt Granted Judgment
of voluntary nonsuit was entered
yesterday In the case of state in
dustrial accident commissioner vs.
James P. Feller.
Default Ordered In case of
Intermountain Building and Loan
association vs. Lillian Petrie, de
fault has been entered.
Continued Case of state on
the relation of Gwenneth Mielke
vs. G. A. Mielke yesterday was or
dered contirued until December 1.
Two filings Involving hydro
electric projects were presented
Tuesday to ,C.t E. Stricklin, state
enjrineer. ; " i. V t .
j:.Th Oregon tight and Power
and Irrigation company, Portland,
has filed application ' for a 40
horse power Installation ' to fur
nish light and power tor residents
of - the Alsea valley la Benton
county. Power' would bV obtained
trom the Alsea river. "
Another filing was from W. H,
Farrington, Portland, involving a
12 horse power domestic light
ami power plant. Cost was esti
mated at 11000. The plant would
bo located near Wyeth, Hood river
HOLDS DPFfJ HOUSE
Many Local People Turning
Out for Interesting
. ' Display Here
"Open house" at the Pacific
Telephone and - Telegraph com
pany meant aa opportunity appre
ciated hy Salem people Tuesday
with nearly 2000 people . calling
at the telephone: office on State
street. Today, Thursday and Fri
day tho publie will continue to bo
welcomed at tho telephone office
between tho hours of 9 o'clock In
the morning to 2 o'clock at night.
All calling are showa through the
building and made acquainted
with all tho intricacies of a mod-
era telephone system.
Those who go through the
building may congratulate them
selves upon having been -through
the third highest making tele
phone building and office in the
world. In equipment, arrangement
and structure it is so ranged in
the United States and with , the
United States so far ahead of oth
er countries in telephone service it
gives Salem third place ia the
Miss Helen Louise Crosby, lo
cal attorney was the first person
to call for the open house which
An interesting group of tea
students from the state school for
the blind were among the 300
first-day visitors at the open
house being held this week at the
Telephone building in connection
with the Pacific Telephone and
Telegraph company's system wide
service and sales program, accord
ing to H. V. Collins, district man
ager. Blind Students Are
The students, representing a
class in commerce and industry,
were accompanied by L. D. Can-
neU, instructor at the school, who
with the cooperation of employ
ees of the company attempted to
give a clear, mental picture of the
appearance and operation of the
equipment and other features of
Five classes of high school stu
dents are scheduled to visit the
telephone building today, Mr. Col
Several special displays have
been arranged at the office in
connection with tho open house.
Most Interesting of these are two
teletypewriters, which . . transmit
typed characters by wire. Displays
of telephone equipment also hare
been placed in the windows of var
ious store buildings.
Thanksgiving day "homecom
ings" throughout Oregon aad five
neighboring western states are to
bo made possible for thousands of
persons through the re-establishment
of eent-a-mile roundtrip
transportation fares on Southern
Pacific lines for the holiday per
iod, according to announcement
A. A. Mlckel, local district
freight and passenger agent for
the railroad.' made publie plans
for renewal of the famous "dollar
day" fares, with dates on which
trips may be started being
nounced as Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday, November 24. 25
and 26, with a return limit of Do-
cember 3. These dates. Mlckel
pointed out, are timed Just prior
to and including Thanksgiving
day, -aflth ample time provided un
der the return limit for trips
"back home" to distant points on
Southern Pacific's lines.
Cost Not to be
Borne by State j
Attorney's fees of $250, obli
gated by W. H. Baillie, ex-superintendent
of the state training
school for boys, in connection
with an Investigation of the in
stitutlon last tall. 1. not charge!
able to tho school. Attorney Gen-
-r . .. . J .
eral Van Winkle held in an opln
ion handed down Tuesday.
Tho claim was filed by Pierce
and Beckman, Portland lawyers,
who represented Baillie in the
probe involving burng suffered
by 'Vernon Levey, while he wa3
an inmate of the institution.
The state child welfare com
mission, which conducted the In
vestigation of the school for tho
stte board of control, exonerated
Mr. Baillie f rm all responsibility
in connection with Levy's burns.
Organization of a Bov Scout
troop at Detroit last week brought
tne number of troops in Cascade
area to 31, according to O. P.
West, area executive. Ho says in
creasing interest is being shown in
the Scout movement here.
Troops probably will be formed
at Macleay and Hubbard within
the next tew weeks. The Macleay
grange will meet on Friday, De
cember 4, for the, purpose ot or
ganizing tho troop there;
Heard in Court
..Objections to the ' referee's . re?
port in the -partition suit, of Vir
ginia Maude GorsUne vs. Walter'
Earl , Sears were heard yesterday
in Judge Gala S. HIU's department
of circuit court. The judge did not
give a, decision. Sears : claimed
thst property of the estate ot his
father was not divided equally
among the heirs. , . ;
- The contest Is oa lands in east
era Oregon -and ia - Marioa - aad
Polk counties. , v,
Yesterday ad today aa portrayed
Telegraph company la coaaectiora
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until Friday. Miss Botma, la modern attire, is holmnc the latest
Kasakoff, ia the accoutrement
CA. HOWARD, state superin
tendent of schools, was in
Portland yesterday, called
there by tho illness of Mrs. How
ard. She has been la Portland
for some time because of Illness,
and his otfleo here reported she
was a little worse. Mr. Howard
spent the weekend with her in
A. K. Peck, a member of tho
legislature in 1917. was visi
tor at tho state capitol -yesterday.
He called apoa his politi
cal friend Charles M, Thomas,
now public utilities commission
er. Thomas was a member of
the senate at tho time Peck waa
la the house. Peck Is an attor
ney at Coos Bay.
The capitol volley ball team
did not have much luck Monday
night In 1U attempt to defeat the
Valley Motor team, losing the
ttva& vamaa Kv mrniw mirrln.
Xne defeat may result In few oth-
- " asfail A 4 Kflt If
enough players show Interest, a
I rejuvenated squad may result.
The state house team which
was listed for tho season In
cluded A. L. Lindbeck, captain,
representing the press; Jerry
Owen, star player, representing
tho bonus commission ; Gregg
aad Probert both from the state
highway department, Carkin of
the tax commission, and Moore
of the secretary of state's of
fice. More recruits are want
ed. Speaking of sports, who would
n't like to see tho big game at
" n SSSkSTll
5?" and Kth. c. ndule
rridiron hattle? - These natural
gridiron battle? These natural
rivals for once will battle each
other without guns, oven specta
tor! being 'frisked" at the gate
It should bo a great contest.
The newspaper picture which
has been filmed at one of the
local theatres the past few days
under title "The Front Page,"
has had a tendency to prevent
members of that order getting ,
by in good society. The picture
entertainment, and lota of It
true to life, bat ; generally
speakiag It Is rather hard on
Perhaps that is the reason the
governor was relieved when he
narrowly escaped having the cap-
itol newspaper men pose with him
I for a picture Monday. Tho idea
I was suggested and naturaUy tho
governor was too polite to refuse.
But the modesty of the boys came
to his rescue and the picture was
net snapped. ...
" There Is no excuse for anyone
getting lost la the capitol bund
ing bow. After about tea years.
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Ask xoar! Doctor f 5
Turkeys and Capons
Order Thanksgiving birds now.
Large corn fed birds.
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Rt. 0 Box XO Salosa
STYLES HAVE ALSO
by Leoma Boleas aad Paaliae Kasakoff of tho Pacific Telephone and.
with aa opera house bcimg held at
of 1877, Is holding a replica of
tk ccsUr of OroftMi'a
direction signs were again pat
up, aad visitors aow will know
what direction they are travel
Ins; when they leave the lobby,
which Is somewhat confusing
nader ordinary conditions.
This column was asked to clear
up a matter lor Dr. R. a. Lee
Steiner. About a week ago it re
ported Steiner was wearing a
mustache. It is believed this tact
did not "get over so big", anyhow
Steiner drew particular attention
to tho fact his upper lip is now
shaved smooth. This column
takes pleasure in setting the 'mat
ter right as ho really does look
much better without the decora
Shafer Home is
Issue in Action
Filed in Court
Margaret Montgomery Shafer,
widow of the late Francis E. Sha
fer, yesterday filed petition in the
estate asking that the residence
At the residence route 1, Inde
pendence, November 17. Thomas
Alexandr Brown, 62. Survived by
widow. Pheba; one brother, A. J.
Brown of Independence; three
daughters, Mrs. Elma Covell.
Mrs. Eva Brown ot Independence,
and Mrs. Etta Dennlson of On
tario, Canada; one son. Sin ford
Brown also of Ontario, Canada.
Funeral announcements later by
At tho residence on route 8,
Salem, November 15. Delmer De
Loss Gorsllne, ago 74 years. Sur
vived by widow, Mahala; children-,
Mrs, Charles Beckner, Mrs.
Minnie Schoeneman, Mrs. Sadie
Keyt and William D. GorsUne,
all of Salem. Fanbral services
from the chapel ot W. T. Rigdon
and Soa Wednesday, November
18, at 10:20 a. m. Interment
Ia this city November 17,
John L. Houston, age 72 years.
Funeral services Wednesday, No-
vember .18, at 1:30 p. m., from
the chapel of .W. T. Rigdon and
Son, Rev. D. J. Howe officiating.
A Park Cemetery .
With Perpetual Care
.Just tea minates from tho ,
heart of towa ,
CITY VIEW CEMETERY
Established iMHt. , " Tel.. MSB
' Conveniently Accosslblo
Perpetual care provided tor;
& . . Prices. Reasonable; 4f
t Dr. Cham
180 N. Commercial
:f SW Salem
-Office boars '
Taeaday aad Satur
day S to 5 r. M."
the telephoBe building this wreck
type band telephone, wbUe uas
Alexander Graham BelTs first tele
occupied by decedent and one of
his children bo set aside for her.
as her rightful homestead.
Shortly after the petition was
filed, attorneys for Frank E. Sha
fer, executor, filed demurrer to
tho homestead r e q ue s t, on
grounds that the widow's petition
does not allege facts sufficient to
grant the relief sought.
Busy With All
Tho second floor of tho court
house presented a veritable b
hire-appearance yesterday, with
swarms of persons crowding every
room for the greater part of the
Both departments of cirenit
court were on, the grand jury was
in session, the county Judge was
unusually busy and a grist of mln
or matters were before the ju
venlle department. With so much
activity In theee chambers, tho
clerk's office was also crowded
for time to handle patrons and
Permission for George W. Hob-
son and others to Intervene In the
suit brought by Maude B. Greene
of Portland to test validity of tho
intangibles tax was granted in or
der in circuit court here yester
day. The Interveners must file
their complaint before November
DR. B. H. WHITE
Night and Day Calls
External Cancer Removed
Office, 855 N. Capitol St.
Phone 5030 Salem. Ore.
GIVE YOUR FEET A
Use Schaefer' Corn
for those obstinate corns
when all other remedies
You can do so safely, as this
remedy. Is. fully backed by
Schaefer's famous guarantee.
NO CURE NO PAY
You Are the Judge
No strings oh this guaran
tee, just bring" the bottle
back and it the corn is still
there your money will be
135 N. Cecal St. Dial flltT
Yaciium ' Oeajierf aitd
Floor Waxers to Rent
Can 0010, Used Famituru
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- Tho 42 deaths of In fan U under
one year of ago fa Marioa county
during tho 1931 period ended oa
November 1 constitute an increase
of 15 over the same period of last
year, according to statistics eom-
piiea at the county tieaita center.
During October there was one in
fant death and 81 births, 42 of
them boys and 21 girls. Births for
tho January to November period.
total 229. . .V ..- . ,
' Deaths during October totalled
54. 30 male and 24 female, and
128 for tho year. Causes of death
were: communicable disease,
throe; cancer, eight; apoplexy,
six; heart disease, 12; kidney
disease, four; motor vehicle acci
dents, one, aad all other causes
Communicable diseases during
tho month were reported as foj
lowsr ehickenpox, fire; - diphther
ia, three; measles, two;-mumps.
five; scarlet fever, sevea; inOu
oasa. 2 0; pneumonia, six; tuber
culosis, two; veneral diseases, 19;
bronchial pneumonia, three; Via
cent's angina, two; . Impetigo,
three; scabies, nine; ringworm.
six; and one each of smallpox.
typhoid, whooping cough, erysip
elas, . septic sore throat and
LIE COM CASE
The state supreme oourt. in an
opinion written by Justice Brown
Tuesday affirmed Judge G. F.
Sklpworth of the Lane county
circuit eourt, in connection with
tho conviction of W. E. Gilbert
on a charge of obtaining property
by false pretenses. Gilbert was
sentenced to servo a term of two
and one-halt years in the Oregon
The supreme court also af
firmed the decree of Judge W,
M. Duncan of the Klamath coun
ty cirenit court, ia a suit brought
by F. B. Turner to recover money
alleged to be duo on a contract
from Patricia A. Jackson. Tho
lower court held for the defend
ant. Tho opinion was written by
Other opinions handed down
by the supremo court Tuesday
J. Hovedsgaard, appellant, vs
Grand Rapids store equipment
corporation: appeal from Mult
nomah county. Suit to recover
damages for personal injuries.
Opinion by Justice Kelly. Justice
Robert G. Morrow reversed.
Jeano H. Emmons vs. L.
Skaggs, appellant; appeal from
Multnomah county. Suit to recov
er damages for personal injuries.
Opinion by Chief Justice Bean.
Judge Jacob Kantler affirmed.
In tho matter of tho adjudka-
K N T
LADD & BUSH,
Commercial and Savings Department
MAKE ITT CflDVIEffi?
, . sfrtes 1 1
CLOTHlNQ''rVOQLES MLLUS tTrORB
Uob f relative rights to the us ;
of the waters of Pino creek, trio- f
utaryt of 8aake river.- Baker
county, ana parucuiany n mo,
matter of tho motion of E. . K. f
urtener, xor tear :; vt . mm u -atBand(t
atatament and nrnof of
m - m .
claim therein ;,E. K. Greener, an-
. TTT ' . M
ywwai, is. tt . , aoi, - .
omersi appeal a rum oor
ty.- Appeal dismissed . ia opinion
by Justice Brown.
crham vs. Potts dealed, ' '
FAIRS M 30;iS
Tho aaaaal father and son ban
quet of tho First Methodist church
will bo held at tho church Friday
aight, beginning at f :20 o'clock:
J. Burton Crary, director of boys'
work, has charge of arrangements.
Tho principal address will bo "
gives by "Jlni" Palmer, religious
work director of the Portland T.
M. C. A. About 200 boys and men
are expected to attend. The fol
lowing program wiU bo given.
with John Carkin acUng as toast
master: 8ong, "American tho Beautiful,"
fathers and sons; violin solo, Del
bert Jepson; toast. "Wit and Wis
dom of a Grandfather," A. A. Lee;1
vocal solo. Professor Cameron
Marshall; toast. "Pop on Ice!"
Menalkas Selander; pep songs by
the group; address by "Jim" Pal
mer; games and stunts.
At Library Now,
World friendship through chil
dren's books is being featured at
the Salem public library in obser
vation of National Book week.
November 15 to 22. A display of
children's books has been placed
on exhibit for the interest of par
ents. This display, in the Story
Hour room, will be open to the
public from 2 to 6 o'clock in tho
afternoons from today until Sat
urday, and Friday and Saturday
evenings from 7 to 9 o'clock. .
The Leslie Parent-Teacher as
sociation Monday night observed
Book week at the school bunding
Miss Helen Baird, children's li
brarian at the city library, spoke
before the group. The library has
arranged exhibits in both Leslie
and Parrish junior hlghehools.
The children's story hour at the
city library on Saturday morning
will center on tho world friend
ship topic. t
JEFFERSON. Nov. 17 Mrs.
August Hlns met with A painful
accident Friday while splitting
klndllnr. She was haldinr tba
stick of wood ia her left hand aad
tho axe struck her left baud,
cutting qnlto a gash. Several
stitches were takea to dose up
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