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The OREGON STATESMAN Salem, Oregon, Wednesday Blorninj?, January. 0,1937-
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Wsrrow Route in Liberty
District to be Widened;
Club to Meet
Society News -: !
LIBERTY, Jan. 5. The prelim
inary aarreylng of the roadf rom
Grabeahorst corner to Liberty has
been completed and work of wid
en lor the road is to start soon.
This will .necessitate quite a
bit of wort, . as telephone poles
will hare to he niorcd, trees and
-shrnbs dag out. '
The Oldens will lose some wal
nut; trees the Brothertona will
Bare to move some rose bushes
and the Staeers their rock ftarden.
Others will hare parts of their
front yarda cut off.
1 . As thU road .Is at present Tery
Barro ' the widening win be a
treat ' jmprorement and safety
meaiure, as well as provide work
for unemployed men:
W." Westenhou&e, district road
-patrolman, will have the work in
. . . -.Given Ghjuriri
Mr. and Mrs. Desmond Rains
were given -a noisy welcome Mon
day 'evening when a number of
their, friends from Salem and Lib
erty gave them an old-fashioned
cbarlvarL' The wedding was an
. event of New. Tear's day and their
many friends wish them a long
and happy life.
, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pierre and
children,' Prlscllla. and Joe, Jr..
arrived Sunday to spend some
time with Mrs. Pierre's mother,
, Mrs. K. 8. Holder.
,"' Women to Meet
The Liberty Woman's club will
- meet on Thursday, January 7, at
- the F. L. Scott home. Assisting
hostesses will be Mrs. Gunnell
and Mrs. Seegar. The Oregon hls-
tory . topic this month will he:
- "Early Oregon Missions." Mrs.
Clyde French of Salem will be a
special guest and will speak Ion
"Early Methodist Missions." All
women of the comn.unlty are in
rlted to attend.
The Lltercry club will meet on
Wednesday night at the F. IE.
, Judd home.
Mrs. Charles Kranger, who has
Buffered from septic sore throat
for the past several days. Is now
- -considerably Improved. .
A' general Invitation Is being
extended by the Disabled War
Veterans and Its auxiliary for all
eligible to meet with the group
tonight In the Teterans room of
the armory. A business meeting
will precede an evening of danc
ing., cards, and these followed by
Holidays Happy Time
. Independence Alumni of the
local high school, including many
college students, , have , enjoyed
get-together meetings, , card par
ties and dinners during the holi
day Tacatlon. ,
Miss Marjorle Wunder. student
at the Willamette university, was
hostess at a charming 1:30 din
ner New Year's eve at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Wunder. - -
The Uble was beautifully ar
ranged with covers : placed for
Miss Glenna Hiltebrand, Reed
college student, Mis Gladys Mur
phy, student of the Nortlrwestern
Business college. Miss Madge
Hewitt, Willamette university
student, and Miss Wyma TroxeL
Lowell Eddy, student at Wll
lamette university. w&3 host to
his classmates of June '31 of the
Independence' high school at
get-together meeting at the home
of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J
B. violette, Thursday nlght-A
Jolly evening was spent at cards
followed by refreshments.
Present were - Miss Ernestine
Smiley, Miss Dorothy Haley, Miss
Ruth Wilson. Miss Florence
Grotb, Gordon Plant, Lewis Kel
ley, Norman Keller," and the
host. Lowell Eddy.
Miss Llda Hanna entertained
at a lovely bridge party-at the
home of her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Hanna, Wednesday
The guests were Miss Midge
Hewitt. Miss AUa KIngsberry,
Miss Marlon Fluke. Miss Mar
jorle Plant, Miss Wyma Troxel,
Miss Glodys Mnrphy, and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Paulus, are
receiving congratulations; on the
occasion of their forty-forth wed
Elizabeth Nees, married Chris
topher Paulus at the German Ca
tholic parsonage In Portland, Jan-
nary 6, 1888. Father Sommer offi
ciated. They have resided in Sa
lem continuously since their mar
riage. They have a family of six
i Independence Mr. and Mrs.
H. Mattlson entertained at a de
lightful dinner party at their
home New Year's day.
ai The guests were W. Mattlson,
brother of the host, Mr. and Mrs
Will Mattlson, their daughters,
Mildred and Dorothy, and sons,
Glen and Charles, Mr. and Mrs
SEE- iWar Mothers Install
and Mrs. Edwar Lawrence - and I Officers
son, Howar, and Miss Jessie atav-
tison f Eugene. ? .
Afternoon guests at the Mattl
son home were Miss Pauline Per-
ry and Robert White of Portland.
Dallas The Woman's club
room in the library was the scene
of a ay dancing part, "when
members of the younger set gath
ered to celebrate New Year's eve.
Patrons . and patronesses for
the affair were Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mrs. Elisabeth Waters was in
stalled as president of the Salem
chapter ;of American War; Moth
ers at an Impressive ceremony- In
the American Lutheran church.
Tuesday afternoon. . Mrs.
Lee, retiring president, acted as
Other officers .to be Installed
Included: Vice - president, Mrs.
Mae Meyers; recording secretary,
Mrs. Amanda Mollencop: treas
urer, Mrs. Myrtle Llttlefleld; cor-
Dallas -Miss ' Catberlna ' Sibley
entertained group of friends at
her parents' home Friday night
honoring Miss Betty Harcombe
of Eugene, who was ' her house
guest during the holidays. Bridge
and dancing were enjoyed daring
the evening. - The invited guests
Included Miss Dorothy - Minnish,
Miss Betty Jellnek, Miss Harcombe,-
Coy MInnlch, Virgil
Grant,- Richard Webb and Cecil
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T7lo VTI.. Tm n,, Vfl.. P.th. jn.i. IW1B
- I (IfiTTI niriUmnrlan JT rm ILTam.
garet Elliott; color bearers. Mrs.
Nora Baser and Mrs. Minnie Hum
phrey; sergeant-at-arms, Mrs. Car
rie Beechler; custodian, Mrs. Jen
nie Vincent; historian, Mrs. Ma
Following the Installation Mrs
Waters announced the following
committee heads, who' will take
Charge of the work ofthe work
of the organization for. the fol-
loWing.year. Others will be named
on these committees to assist the
chairmen, who include r .Magailne
and press, Mrs. Mary E.. Watson;
eiine Sibley, Mias Dorothy Min
nlcb. Miss Margaret Ellis. Miss
Catherine Hawkins, Miss Helen
Shreeve, Miss Lois Walton,, Miss
Rosalyh Webb, Miss Mary Staats.
Miss Rachel Uglow, Miss Betty
Harcombe, of Eugene, Miss Betty
Jellnek. Miss Edith Dunn, Karl
Retzer, Fred Lewis, Virgil Grant,
Robert Haj-ter, Edward Hamil
ton. - George De Maris. Burrell
Webb, Maurice McCann, -Hubert
Dunn, Dean Cadle, Ettrlck Stin
nette, . Delbext Hunter, William
Cadle," George DeGraf f.
. Sllverton The Silverton Wom fll1"1.116.1611, fouthwick;
an's club will hold its January
meeting Monday afternoon at the
social rooms of the Methodist
church. The committee In charge
this time will be Mrs. Edson Corn-
stock. Mrs. Mary Townly, Mrs. S.
J. Comstock. Mrs. F. E. Sylvester,
Mrs. G. B. Bentson and Mrs. A. P.
Mrs. Ivan Martin of Salem will
speak on property rights for wom
en and children. A question box
will be a feature of the afternoon.
Mrs. Martin will endeavor also to
answer, any questions asked from
the floor. Two musical numbers
are also being arranged for.
Mission Bottom Mr. and Mrs.
William McGUchrlst wee hosts to
a group of their friends Satur
day night. Dancing was enjoyed Mrs. Lenore Kriesch and Mr. C. O.
finance, Mrs. Linnle.Lee; Ameri
canization, Mrs. Adams: hospital
izatlon, Mrs. Ida Shade: emblem
and marker, Mrs. Ida Traglio; so
cial, Mrs. Mae Salisbury; -musi
cian, Mrs.,Mabel Lockwood; mem
ory tree, Mrs. Sarah Peterson:
prison, Mrs. Mary E. Ranch; child
welfare, Mrs. Jennie Erlxon.
Chemawa Mr. and Mrs. R
G. Henderson entertained thirty
five friends from Salem and vicin
ity at a New Year's card party at
the Practice Home. Five Hundred
was enjoyed by the party until af
ter midnight, when a buffet lunch
prepared by Mrs. A. S. Melovldoff
and her home economics class was
High honors were awarded to
f Recalls Great Service
! M. vB Performed for Public
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uam into uour.
Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Puntzel, Virgil Pnnt-
zel of Clear Lake, Mr. and Mrs
John -Welse and children, and
Bill Shaffer, all of Quinaby: Ar
ley Parks, Cora Marie Parks and
the hosts,' Mr. and Mrs. McGil
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Engstrom. and the consolation
prizes went to Mrs. Florence Vles
ko and Mr. C. F. Patton. During
the evening, special entertainment
was provided by A. S. Melovldoff,
violinist, accompanied by Mrs. D.
B. Klelghage, pianist. .
Mrs. A. N. Moo res returned
home yesterday after a tlslt, dur-
I ing the holidays, with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Robert Kinney and fam
ily of Astoria. Mr. Moores, who ac
companied Mrs. Moore to Astoria
I returned to Salem early last week.
Srooki Mr. inA "lira. Earl
Streeter entertained with -a watch
party on Thursday. ( evening " is
their home east of Brooks. A mid
night luncheon was served to the
following guests, Mr. and Mrs. 8.
Page of Salem, Mus . Norma- Ro
berts and Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm
Ramp and . son Bob, and A. G,
Streeter and the ' hosts, Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Streeter. .
Leslie. Ladles' Aid will meet at
the church Wednesday afternoon
and will be entertained by. a talk
given by . Miss Elizabeth Free
man, supervisor of nurses at the
County health department. Host
esses for. the afternoon will be
Mrs. F. W. Selee, Mrs. . Wayne
Greenwood, Mrs. E. A. Rhoten,
and Mrs. -Guy Boyce.
if r. and Mrs. E. T. Barkus have
been entertaining - as holiday
guests Mr. and - Mrs. E. E. Snm-
merf ield of Ortlnr, Wash., and Mr.
and Mrs. Irving 8pathe .of -Spoon'
er. Wis. - Mrs. Bumraeriieid ana
Mr. paths' are' brother and Ulster.-
The visitors left Salem for
their homes Tuesday morning.
Paul Wagoner of Caldwell,
Idaho, who has been spending the
holidays at the Dave Shewey
home, returned home Sunday.
Mrs. B. H. Hart and little son
have returned to Ashland, Oregon,
after a visit to her mother, Mrs.
i ' -
Hayesville Mr. and Mrs. Lau
ren Stettler entertained at
combination birthday and New
Year's dinner,' it being Mrs. Stet
tler's birthday. Guests were
Misses Laura - and Helen Kins,
Miss Nettle Reeves and Mrs,
Walter Kihs, of Jefferson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Bmzas of
Tenton, Wash., are receiving con
gratulations upon the birth of a
son, Carl Joseph Bursas, born Jan
uary 1. Mrs. Bruzas will be re
membered as Josephine A. Beatty
of Chemawa, Oregon.
Monmouth. Mr. and - Mrs. 8.
Dletrlck entertained at cards New
Year's night, for Mr. and Mrs.
F. B. Chambers, Mr. 'and Mrs.
Fred Hill and Mr. and Mrs. James
Mrs. M. D. Keeney enjoyed
telephone visit New Tears eve
with her daughter, Mrs. R. E. Bar
ton of Denver, Colo.
In the unexpected and untimely
death of Sim- (Simeon) Phil
lips at bis home, til Jerris ave
nue, January 2, Salem lost one of
her useful citizens. He had been
in charge of the" free employment
office her practically since Its
Inception, soma 11 years .ago.. un
der the management of the Y. M.
C. A-, and bow supported by con
tributions Of the U. 8. govern
ment, Marlon county, the city of
Salem, and the association.
In that .time,' many thousands
of i people seeking, employment
have passed 'In and out of that
office. The number for whom Jobs
have . been ecu red has run - In
some peak months -to much over
1000; in beasons of hop and berry
picking. ... . . . ..
But Mr. Phillips was Insistent
In finding places tor both pennan
ent work am short shfts eome
times calling up a dozen prospec
tive employers for a task of a few
hours for a man or, woman appear
ing ' la 'distressful circumetanees.
The- need was "very generally .the
test of his highest interest. But
there.are many, many cases where
men and women sent to temporary
openings hare, remained, for 10
years', and on down to nine, eight
seven, six years, etc., and some of
them in responsible positions.
In all -that time, the service to
both emplo70 and employed has
oeen aosoiuieiy . iree. it nas ex
tended over Marion, Polk, and
parts of Clackamas, Yamhill, Linn
and Benton and other valley coun
ties. For five years . before the
free employment office was open
ed, Mr. Phillips was in charge as
secretary of the Y. M. C. A. bund
Ing at the old location. Commer
cial and Chemeketa, the second
floor of which la now occupied by
the free employment office, the
Marion county emergency work
being carried on there Jointly with
the regular work, during the five
months of the winter, probably
ending April 1. .
Before that he was in charge of
the commissary department of the
Oregon state hospital, -having pre
viously been la the Insurance busi
ness here. He came to Salem In
1I0S. Born in Bureau county,-Il
linois, July ZI. liis.- he urea m
that ' state and in Iowa,- and. on
December 9, 111 8. married Nancy
A. Rambo, who survives him. He
is also survived by bis sonsBllis
Phillips of Spokane, Wash.. Dow
Phillips of .Oregon-- City, E. ' E.
Phillips of Miami, Ariz., Douglas
Phillips of Los Angeles,. Simeon
Phillips, Jr.; of , Newark. N. J.,
and daughters, Mabel Phillips and
Mrs- Ruth Potter of Salem, Doro
thy Phillips of San Francisco and
Helen Phillips of Portland. Funerr
al cserTices will be held today,
January 5, at 11 a. m., from the
chapel of the Ciougb-Barriek eom-q
piny. Dr. W, C Kantner and nr.
Grover C. Blrtchet officiating.
Concluding services will be at the
Lincoln Memorial park, Portland.
On Friday. Mr. Phillips phoned
the central office of the Salem
Y. M. C. A., saying he was not
feelings well, and . asking . that E.
A. Kenney, 1580 Center street, be
asked; to. take his puce for the
day, expecting-to be on duty the
morning of his death, Saturday
He was preparing to come ebwn
town that morning, when he quiet-
y . passed away in bed.
Mr. Kenney will remain at thej
employment omce -asustea ny ine
clerk who has been In charge or
registering for the county and' is
familiar with that part of the
work. This is the arrangement de
cided upon yesterday, pending the
decision of the Y. M. C. A. board
of directors at some regular meet
ing of the future.
The meeting of the Spring Val
ley Missionary society, which was
to have met with Mrs. W. D. Hen
ry today, has been postponed un
til January 15.
Mrs. Fred Anunsen and small
son William, known better
"Jack" according to report, have
returned to their home.
Miss Doris Clarke is again at
home after having been a guest
In Portland tor the past several
medical attention, according ta
word ' received at Sllverton Sun
day. Rev. Mr. Henriksen was pas
tor of Trinity church at Sllverton
for . nine years leaving here for
Seattle about five years ago. He
is now at the ome of his daugh
ter Mrs. Herman Elleson at De
eorah,. Iowa. Mrs. . Henriksen left
for there immediately upon the
reeelpy-of .the . telegram.
SDLVERTON, Jan. B Mrs
George Henriksen was called east
from Seattle because of the very
serious condition of her husband,
the Rev. George Henriksen who
had gone east previously for
; Left by Petzel
No less than Cl different oil
well and .drillings certificates,
ranging in size from one to 1000
shares each of stock, were left in
the estate of William Petzel, de
ceases, u was reveaiea nere yes
terday in the final account filed in
probate court by Martin J. PetxeL
administrator. The certificates, of
which the value isdonbtful, vol be
distributed among five hears. The
liquidated value of Petzel's estate
was lies t which I47X in cash
was left after costs of probate and
the funeral expenses - of . Petzel
were, paid.; --
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