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Leaguers Enjoy Party; Spe
, cial Meeting Gets At
.' tention at Turner r
Women Striving to Outdo
Men m Rivalry Contest
TURNER, Jan. 2 The Ep
worth . League held an enjoyable
Epworth League party at the
Methodist parsonage Thursday
evening, closing with a short mid
night, watch service at the church,
led by the pastor. Rev. W. S. Bur-goyne.-
Games 'were played during the
forepart of the evening and re
freshments serred. Owing to much
sickness the guest list was small.
Those present were Rev and Mrs.
W. 8. Burgoyne and daughter
Ruth, Miss Lillian Peterson. Miss
Gladys Hale, Miss Dorothy Stand
ley, Messrs. Alvin and Glenn Gar
ner, Walter Peterson, Albert Jen
sen Kenneth and Willard Bear,
Earl - Stahdley, Jack Bothwell.
Robert and Henry Hatfield.
The special meetings being held
at the Christian church has in
creased in attendance eacn nignt.
Rev. Walter Strand, evangelist,
preached -Thursday evening. Miss
Bern Ice Souder, an artist, adds
much interest to the song service,
by her. Illustrations in special mu
sical numbers. Young people from
the Christian church of Mill City
and a church orchestra from Al
bany were at Friday night's meet
ing. The Sunday school hopes to
have an enrollment Sunday of 90.
The pastor. Rev. E. J. Gilstrap,
and 18 of the Christian Endeavor-
-ers went to Salem after the Thurs
day night service to join the coun
ty C. E. watch night service held
at the Bungalow Christian church.
Mrs. Susan Caplinger is serious
ly ill with pneumonia and was
taken to a Salem hospital Thurs
day evening. Mrs. Caplinger has
been employed at the H. P. Jensen
. - home. :
- Mrs. Betty Leggltt is ill at the
home of her sister-in-law, Mrs
6arah M. Hale. Mrs. tJeggitt is
over 82 years old. She came from
Arkansas by herself over a year
ago to make her home in Oregon.
The Turner town team beat
Gates 30-20 on the home floor
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Farris have
. Tecently moved into their newly
remodeled home. Their house was
badly damaged by tire in the early
falL They planned a family dinner
for Sunday. Covers were laid for
W. C. Farris of West Fir, Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Farris and sons Marvin
and Elwin. Leonard Farris of
Wren, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Mc
Laughlin of Monmouth, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Farris and sons Lester
and Lyle of Salem, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Farris and children Velna,
Fran, Jr., and Donald of Dallas
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LABISH CENTER, Jan. 2 Re-
hearsals are being held thrice
weekly by the cast of women in
the two-act stage revue which will
be . presented the; evening of Jan
nary 12 at the monthly commun
ity club meeting. The revue Is
built upon a "sea-shore"' and
camp-fire" idea, and is being
coached by Mrs. Horace Bibby and
Mrs.; Harry Bennett. The feature
is the women's program in the ri
valry contest between the ladies
and men of the community.
Following the meeting on Jan-
nary 12, the club will meet the
first Friday of the month Instead
of the second Tuesday.
Naomi and Erma Hornschuch,
Bernadeen Daugherty, Valmer
Klampe. Rudolph de Vries, Fran
ces Klampe, p. G. Blschoff, and
Grace Klampe attended the coun
ty C. E. watch service in Salem
Thursday evening. They report
that over SO Endeavorers were
present and the social was much
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Degross and
son Robert motored to DeLake
Thursday for a short stay.
.Miss Bertha Baara left Sunday
for Can by where she is attending
schaal after spending the week at
the Ell Rhodes home.
Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Stetler ot
Hayesvllle: Helen, Laura, and
Walter Klhs; and Mrs. Nettle
Reeves of Jefferson were callers
at the W. F. Klampe home Friday
The high water at the lower end
of the lake has diverted traffic via
North. Howell for all those who
desire to reach that district north
east of the bridge connecting the
Labish and Mount Angel market
roads. The flood waters are grad
ually subsiding, however.
Mrs. Charles Hinds has been
quite 111 at her home this week.
BUS IILED 111
REPAY SUIT COSTS
DALLAS, Jan. 2 James Mott,
state corporation commissioner
will be the speaker at the annual
meeting of the Dallas chamber ot
commerce, Wednesday evening,
Dinner will be served to the
members at -6:3 o'clock at the
Presbyterian church, with Mrs. C.
W. Henkle In charge of the arrangements.
The report of W. S. Muir, pres
ident for. the past year will be
given and that of the secretary,
Charles N. Bilyeu. The vote
ohdirectors will be announced
and officers elected from this
A tentative budget for 1932
will also be submitted to the
members, by Dr. W. L. Pember
ton, chairman for the past year.
This is being done, since repay
ment of 31915.00 borrowed to pay
the judgment brought against a
number of. local men following
the highway injunction suit of
several years ago, has been as
sumed by the chamber of com
merce. Checks were mailed out to
the signers of the suit by the sec
retary the day before New Years,
to reimburse them for the
Two f the signers made an
outright contribution of the $165
it cost each signer. Independence
signers are taking care of their
share of the cost.
WOMEN WORK FOR
DIES AFTER BURN
STAYTON, Jan. 2 Lucy L.
Smith died at the Stayton hospital
shortly before noon today. About
two weeks ago she burned her
hand. An Infection developed and
on New Year's day she was taken
to the hospital where the member
was removed. However gangrene
had developed and her death was
the resnlt. ,
She was 50 years old on Christ
mas day, and the wife of Paul F.
Smith, depot agent at Lyons,
where they had resided for the
past two years. Before coming to
Lyons they lived at Rickreall for
a short time and before that were
at Shelburn. for about four years,
until the railroad closed their of
Besides her husband she is sur
vived by a brother, a niece and
nephew In the east. Funeral serv
ices will be held at the Weddle
chapel here on Tuesday at 2 p. m.
conducted by the Eastern Star
lodge and interment will be in the
Miner cemetery at Shelburn.
BRUSH COLLEGE. Jan. 2 A
large group of Brush Colleee
grangers and taxpayers attended
tne ail day session of the Polk
county court when the budget for
me year was made up. They re-back on Monday.
ported favorably on all" measures
The women In the party, who
represented various local clubi
which have membership in the
federation of rural women's clubs
of Polk county were present In
the Interests of the county health
nurse which project the federa
tion is sponsoring.
included In the rroun from
here were Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mccarter, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Ew
Ing, Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Blodgett,
m anu Mrs. cnarles Glaze, Mrs.
Marie Flint McCall, Mrs. A. E.
Utley, F. C. Ewing, Burl Oliver,
W. N. Stoddard. Paul Wallace.
air. ana Mrs. Oliver rwhitnev.
Worth Henry, W. D. Henry, Jesse
waning, t. J. Merrick,. Mrs. Fer
dinand Allen, L. Grlce and son
Ammon and James P. Smart.
There will be no regular meet
ing of the Brush College common
lty club this month because of the
The coming meeting of the
Brush College helpers will be held
at the home of Mrs. A. R. Ewing,
Thursday. Mrs. Mail a Flint Mc
Call, state grange lecturer, plans
to be present and tell of her trip
to national grange at Madison,
Florian Hrubetz it
Elected to Rho Chi
LIBERTY, Jan. 2 Miss Flor
ian Hrubetz, senior In pharmacy
at Oregon state college, nas re
cently been elected to membership
in Rho Chi, national honorary
fraternity of pharmacy.
Miss Hrubetz is also vice presi
dent of the college pharmaceutl
cal association. While attending
college she makes her home at
the Kappa Delta sorority house
being a member of that organlza
tion. miss Hrubeth will resume
her studies at Corvallis this week
Mrs. Myrtle Sheldon, who has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs
Ray Cleveland, left for her home
in Mt. Shasta, Calif. Her son
Leonard Graybill will also start
latfojm may be Built by
Community Club for -School
SWEGLE.- Jan. 2 The Bwegle
Community club held Its regular
meeting Jan. 1 at the school
house. It was well attended. The
president, j. Whitehead, gave a
general review of the work ac
complished during the two years
ot the club's existence and out
lined tome of the work for the
The first to be taken up was
the Building of a- platform for the
school. A committee was appoint
ed to do this.
Members are Emil Thoma, Wn.
Kroeplin and F. Roberts, A gen
eral cleanup of the school grounds
was discussed and volunteer mem
bers to work on a committee were.
John Whitehead, George Rosty-
kns, O. P. Bond, R. A. West, Wm.
Kroeplin, E. Thoma and John
The next program will be an all-
man program both for entertain
ment and refreshments.. Carl Hoff
man was appointed on the enter
tainment committee and Mr. Swin
gle, Mr. Grlften and Al Meyers on
A delightful program followed
with every family responsible. It
follows: Reading by Mrs. P. Rob
erts; Ruth West and H. Mertz,
xylophone solo; O. P. Bond, story;
Ruby west and Lucile Roberts.
piano duet; Margaret Hemphill.
reading; Mrs. Geo. Rostykus.
story; Emil Thoma, watch party;
R. A. west, fish story; J. Mar
shall, violin, Wm. Kroeplin at the
Joe Bedlent, reading: Marv and
Howard Whitehead, reading; Clo
ra Mae and Clayton Dalke, Lillian
and Lester Meyers, quartette, with
Miss Lana Slebens at the piano;
Mrs. Albert Kline, sonr and
dance, accompanied by her sister
on a mouth organ; Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Kroeplin, piano and violin:
Lucile Turner, reading; Doris Git
fen, story; Miss Lana Slebens and
group of girls, song; Seguin girls,
song; Margaret Hemphill and
Howard Whitehead, dance.
The Farmers' Union ot Marion
county will hold an all-day meet
ing at Swegle school Jan. 9. A
general business discussion Is to
be the main object of this meet
ing. A potluck dinner will be
served at noon.
Many For Various Groups
- - "Of Normal School-Center
MONMOUTH. Ian. I Many
"watch" parties were held In Mon
mouth to observe the advent of
1932, the largest gatherings being
held in the various churches. - -
At the Christian church nearly
100 people assembled for & pot
luck dinner at 7 o'clock. A devo
tional meeting followed, arte
which the annual brotherhood and
business sessions were held. Mrs::
F. E. Chambers was elected Sun
day school superintendent for the
new year; and Mrs. Florence
Blerce Chapman was re-elected
Sunday school song leader and di
rector of the church choir.
A program of entertainment in
cluded these numbers: vocal duet.
Miss Ruth and Miss Lora Parker,
accompanied by Miss Lena Frts
zell. a humorous monologue by'
Kenneth Mulkey; and vocal solo
by Carol Chambers preceded a
reading from O. Henry, and a New
Year's talk given by Mrs. D. A.
Mrs. R. D. Elliott gave two mu-
Rer. S. A. Long. Singing, and ad
dress by the pastor followed by
ringing out the old and ringing in
.the new year with the bell from
'the Central Howell church re
cently given the church by Dr. Ar
thur Simmons of Sllverton and
his brother of Eugene.
Th hell was moved Thursday
afternoon by Clifton Clemens and
Guy Allen Looney. It will be
necessary to build a strong tow
er with foundation on the ground,
as the bell is too heavy for a
tower on house. It la expected the
lower part of tower will form a
New Bell Has
First Use at
End of Year
HAZEL GREEN, Jan. 2
Games were arranged for the
Watch Night meeting by a com
mlttee from Christian Endeavor,
Kenneth Barnett and Miss Iola
Luckey. Refreshments were serv
ed by Mrs. Edward Dunnigan, Jr.,
Miss Ruby Woodward and Mrs. O
The last hour was given to a de
votional servicef led : by pastor.
slcal readings, accompanying her
self ones, and with piano accom
paniment by her son Warren for
H A Tocal solo by Mrs. f. E.
Chambers and another by Margery
Chambers were each accompanied
by Harriet Rosalie Chambers. El
don Rlddell was heard In two vo
eal numbers with piano accompan
iment by Mrs. Victor P. Morris.
-- Warren Elliott and Betty Lour
Elliott each game piano numbers.
A session' of lively games inter
spersed the music Group singing
ushered In the new year.
The Evangelical church congre
gation, numbering about 60, gath
ered for a 6:30 pot luck dinner
New ' Year's . eve In the social
rooms of the church. The annual
business meeting and election of
officers Included: trustees: E. A.
Stebblns and T. Edwards; Sunday
school superintendent, Mrs. L. L.
Hockett, - assistant, Mrs. B. E.
Sellers; secretary. Helen Snider:
treasurer, Mrs. Charles Petrie;
class leader, Miss Lula Martin; as
sistant, A. N. Poole; church clerk,
Mrs. E. K. Barnes; chorister, Dor
A social hour was enjoyed until
midnight under direction of Mrs.
B. E. Sellers. Group singing ush
ered In the new year.
The Baptist cnurcn congrega
tion had an hour of Bible study
led by Miss Edith Clark as the
opening devotional of their New
Year's eve watch party. I
A social hour' followed with
games directed by Mrs. S. C. Wil
liamson. Rev. F. C Stannard pre
sided over the latter half of the
evening, when a supper was serv
ed at 11 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Conkey were
hosts at a watch party last night,
with bridge as the evening's di
version. Their guests included
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Larson, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Petrie, Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Craven, Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Kerr, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Mrs. Larson and Mr. Kerr.
HEW YEAR'S DAY
,. MONMOUTH, Jan. 2 The an
nual New Year's day dinner of
Monmouth grange was observed
with mbre than 100 members and
their guests present. Long tables
were set lengthwise in the dining
room, decorated attractively In
seasonal colors and foliage.
George Kurre, master, presided.
At the program of entertainment
following the dinner, Mrs. W. J.
Stockholm presided. For the open
ing numbers Mrs. R. D. Elliott
played a selection of Chopin on
the piano; and gave a musical
reading, "How the Elephant Got
Jimmy Ruddell gave a short
reading; Charles Parker and June
Craven sang two duets, "The Lit
tle Old Church In the Valley." and
"Goodnight Sweetheart," with pi
ano accompaniment by Frances
Speakers for the occasion were
Grove A. Peterson and W. J.
Stockholm. Mr. Peterson's topic
was Optimism and Pessimism;
and Mr. Stockholm spoke on Citi
zenship. Group singing completed
the program offerings.
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Fulkerson
of Salem were New Year's day
guests at the home of Mrs. Sarah
Howell and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Stanton. ' ,
' Mrs. Elbert Peterson of Marti
nez, Cal., and Mrs. L. Kerns of
Yelm, Wash., are holiday guests
of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
N. Keeney. Mrs. Kerns was for
merly employed In the office of
the registrar of the Oregon Nor
Initial Dance For
About a Year Held
For Valsetz People
VALSETZ, Jan. 2 The first
dance fiere in nearly a year, drew
a big crowd. It was held In the
Community hall Thursday night,
and sponsored by Miss Juanlta
Powell, a Portland dancing
Raya'end and Miss A. Davis, also
a dancer from Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heydon en
tertained. New Year's eve with a
card nartr. - Thosn nresent were
Mr, and Mrs. F. H. Thomas ot Sa-;
ipm. Mr inn sar 11 a. lirnni 01
Portland, .Mrs. Walter Raymond
and the host and hostess. Mr. and
Mrs. Heydon. .
FAMILY DIN ITER ;
HAZEL GREEN, Jan. 2 -N. P.
Williamson and daughter Miss
Carolyn and son Victor, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Williamson and son
Alois were guests to a family din
ner given by son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Kholer of West Salem New Year's,
day. Other members ot family
present were, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Burns, nee Rosalie Williamson,
and. Miss Bertha Williamson of
GRIMM IS PORTLAND
LINCOLN C. C. Grimm, pro
prietor of the Lincoln store, re
turned Tuesday from a two days'
trip to Portland, where he attend
ed the last concert of the season
for the Symphony orchestra.
Why is our new
location like pros
perity? Because it'sMjust
around the cor
ner at 3 3 3
VICTOR POINT, Jan. 2 Mar-
rauding sheep-killing dogs have
again been molesting flocks in
this neighborhood. Although none
have been killed outright several
sheep from the flocks of G. W.
Boget, Adolph Hegethwller and R.
E. King have been crippled badly.
Contrary to the usual killing at
night these dogs are said to work
Dale Miller, small son of Mr.
and Mrs. Marion Miller has been
having an attack of German
Miss Helen Hoover, Oregon
State college student whose home
is at Independence spent a part
of her vacation here with her
friend, Bernita Jones. Miss Jones
returned to Independence with
Miss Hoover Friday night
and will spend the weekend there.
Mrs. Jessie Pendleton of White
Salmon, Wash., spent the holidays
at the home ot her sister, Mrs.
Verny Scott of Union Hill. New
Year's eve the Scotts had as addi
tional guests, Mr. and Mrs. Har
ley Scott, Union Hill and Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Krens, Laurel and Rich
ard Krenz, Victor Point. The ev
ening was spent in playing "500".
STAYTON, Jan. 2 The Stay-
ton Mutual Telephone company
will hold their annual meeting at
the Bank of Stayton on Monday
evening, January 4, at 7:30, for
tne purpose of electinr president.
Tlce president, secretary-treasurer
and one dlector. and attending to
such other business as may prop
erly come before the meeting.
The Stayton cannery has issued
notices to all their stockholders
of the annual meeting which will
he held, at the Forester hall at
1:30 p. m. on Mondar. Jannarv
11. This meeting will be held for
the transaction ot such business
as may come before It. lncludln
the election of directors for the
ensuing year and hearing the re
pose or tne manager, officers and
BAKER A cooneratlva Htm.
stock shipping association for Ba-
:er county is being promoted bv
granges ot the county. The mn
for such an organization was pro
posed by the MeEwan grange and
was approved at a recent meeting
of the county pomona aranr.
- Committees have been ; anoointed
In each Of the subordinate r ranee
in ascertaining the feasibility of
'such an association and perfectine-
lts organization If found desirable.
' DEFINITE PROGRAM
TOLEDO A definite program
of dairy Improvement was adopt
ed .by the executive committee of !
the newly organised "Lincoln '
. County Dairymen's association at
a recent meeting nere Among me
: projects designated to receive spe
cial emphasis during, the coming
. year are stabilization of butterfat
prices, the defeat ot the oleo-mar-1
, garlne referendum, and increased
dairy .calf dnh work.
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fourth! part of a dollar step right up and bring
the children, ten cents!
the claims of certain stores are just as im
probable as the gab of this side show barker
there are fabulous stories of manufacturers co
operation - sacrifices 2 stdts for the price of one:
high sounding phrases and cheap merchandise.
don't be a victim of these misrepresentations
be sure of the merits of what you buy. you want
good merchandise at a low price, of course, but
you don't want cheap merchandise at any price.
how can you be confident of getting your full
buy from a shop that never compromised
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