The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, April 26, 1932, Page 10, Image 10

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lit OREGON STATESMAN, Galea, ; Ow'-TteWgarMcraigr. April 23, 1831
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: Midline .Runs "Over : Mrs.
Chapman as she Dis-,
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SH.VEBTON. - April (Spe-
tal Mrs. A. B- Chapman; about
- 4 . killed. thirrafiagrlii
tier own 'ear ran orer her. Her
ody was- found about an boar af
ter Ue accident by Mrs. Jack Star-
;rett. .-; -z.-j-i: ,
: Mrs. Cbapman lived a mile and
half south ea JVater street She
' vai Apparently coming Into town
a lor light roadster when; eross-
' sag abridge from her place to the
sain road, she encountered a pole
; 0m tao brldre. - .... ..---"l- '"
c f She got out of the car. leaving;
ignition on, to remore the pole,
aadas she- did so the- ear, started
forward,' knockliif herdown, and
ae "wheel going off the bridge,
winning her underneath as It did
? Ernest Eckman, deputy county
oeroner, was called by Mrs. Star-
intt. : Eckman proaofcnced ;ithe
4eaUi . aecidental;
i. Mrs. Chapman leaTes only her
rldower,! rhtf was working at
Lake, Labisn at the time- Df the ac
: l4.nt-,-Mrg. Starrett and M?. H.
L Polio went tor hinr. - J 5 ;1
.- No funeral arrangements 'have
teen made. " -
1 FURTHER RADIUM DEATHS FEARED?
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L T. L. Children T
: Enjoy Picnic Feed
! At Robbins' Park
PIONEER. April 25 The Loy
al Temperance Legion held a
flower picking picnic at the Clyde
Bobbins home of this district Sat
urday. Mr. Robbins met the chil
dren In Dallas with his truck and
took them to his home. They en
Joyed a picnic dinner in the Rob
bins park after which they went I
flower picking.
Many of the children who have
takes part in medal contests gave
their readings for those who had
not. heard them. Those present
were Luree and Dannie Norris,
Lulu. Leona and Lawrence Dig
. by,-Evelyn McDonald, Barbara
Beck, Muriel , Dornhecker. . Fay
Keller, Marrlin and Deloris Aut
ritt, Frances Whitney. Frank Far-
'jia. Ruth and Robert Dornhecker,
Alice' and Truman Robbins 'and
Chesly Conley.' Mrs. Frank Dorn
hecker and Mrs. Tom Keller as
sisted Mrs.. Clyde Robbins In en-
. tertaining the children. Mrs. Rob
Bins is the director of the L. T. L.
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EZHEEVZUNS
Kesxs sV&Son.
imm reperetioa, which ereatMliy killed ua, te away et
I It U feared that if they had as meek faith la the deadly
tiea as Byera had, maay are aew beyeed hope aed aaest erea
ffr a suaUar faU-te that ef the millionaire. The death el
: Gracs Fryer wtaGuwafFDoimio
DUclesivea which fallowed the death ef Ehea M. Byers, aulKe
aire steel saaaef aetarer of Pituhmrgh, revealed Byera had teeeanaeadod
L. rmAlnmt rMaratioa. which eraataally killed hlaa, to aaaay ef hk
frieada,
arevaraboi
nail aaf tmr
Byora recalla the torrible seriM ef fataUiea that eccarreai aateaa
WBa eaiployea of the U. S. Radium Corporation, at Orange, N. e
f aw yean ago canting a national aeaaatioa. A large aaaiber ef
woman contracted tho same diaoase that hilled Byera throagh theii
practice ef pointing tho braahes, with. which thoy applied radiant paint
to watch dials, with thoir toagaoa. By 1930, eightoea woman had died
of the malady and aixteoa mora were doomed many have aineo died.
Fear of the Ttctima are show, aboro. ' They are Katheriae Schaab
Grace Fryer, Mrs. Guiata McDonald and Mrs. Ethclwynae Marts. . la
tho case of Mrs. Marts it was claimed that hor son, Edward, else cea
tracted tho dread malady throagh pro-natal iaflaoaco. Science is pow
erless to do anything for aa afflicted person eace the malady takes a
Eras hold. The radium continues te batter at the bono stractare ef
the body an til it destroy it. v
UESTTOBK
r . .L' ; ':r .5 mammmmwo. i .-J'":"" f
BROOKS. April ill -1 The
Brooks . baseball ..nine . defeated
the , Buena ; Crest ; grade school
team Friday afternoon, the score
being IS to S. , The game was
played at Butna Crest school dia
mond. . ; sr?;-,Tr,-. ii-, v. ,
. Mr. and Mrs. Edward of .Wia-
eonsin, t who hare bees. guests at
the home of Mr. . and Mrs. . Bur
ley .Latett the past month, hay
W m. i .i . a" i
lerr, ior weir noma. f.
- Howard Cluff, brother of Mrs.
C A. -Bailey, left by auto Jast
week to -rlslt hi mother; -Mrs.
George Cluff, and his .sister Mrs.
Jeff .Wall la Utah. - ... .
i Mr, and, 14 rs. ., George Jesher
hare , mored to Salem.' . They
spent , the . .-winter hero ' at tho
homo of, his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jobs? Lesher. . ' VI
, Tho , following program was
presented, at; tho Brooks Parent
Teacher association at JU regir
lar meeting Friday - nlgat: violin,
guitar and piano muslo by., Mr.
and lira. AJ.'Nellton and J. D.
Earls; recitation. Bonny Snyder;
reaitation, .Neya z. Ramp; I solo.
Miss .Lena ,Rlggi, with piano'. ae
eomnaaiment by Mrs. : icaicoim
Rampi recitation," Stanley Nel
son; reading, r Dorothy Nelson;
musical numbers by tho trio A
largo crowd was In attendance.
Berry
North ftowell Has
Full Quota Here at
Annual Eighth Graders'
Day Set at Woodburn for
Last Friday This Month
WOODBURN, April-2 3 Frl-ischool in a game played here Frl-
Idsr. Anril S9. is the dav that has dar afternoon.
Srpllincr finntAaf been chosen by .Woodburn high Junior-Senior Frolic
O I .V 1 1 -I.V.t. Am.-rm' I v ntvlit lis. A ftaa dull
xxTrTT nnnrvrt m r I uar. uu uia uaj mil eiiuui grauo uimon aa uiv uw mr un uiiuu
, UW blJUi AUUI .Atf. I ... . . . ivi.ll-.l.. ...I... . I .
finmn. .k. T... i c. siuaenia wno era w graaaaio vais ijuamneiiiur sowiwuuucu
eijrMsaasm vvuvvovau vsa wsv v a u iw
day. On that day all eighth grade
students who are to graduate this I Junior-senior entertainment, at
TSZErZZSZXS: SSsSXSfiSS HJSSf 7."?. 5" .S-S2 2Z
For Lodge
Is Planned
WOODBURN, April 15 A
drill Jteam of if members has
been organised by tho Woodburn
assembly. No. 415, order of
United Artisans. Tho team, which
1 under the direction of Mrs.
Dorothy Wohlheter, has been
holding practise sessions regular
ly for sereral weeks. At a meet
ing of the lodge Thursday night
it was Toted to prorido money
for suits for the team. At Thurs
day night's meeting tentative
plans were made for a strawber
ry banquet to be held here soon,
with members of the Salem lodge
and the East Portland 100 as
sembly as guests. No definite
dates were set.
Members of the drill team
are: Mrs. Dorothy Wohlheter,
captain; Mary Jackson, Gwendo
lyn Strike, Margaret Jackson,
Marlann Weisenberg, Henrietta
Opits, Blanche Galey, Mrs. Max
Waring, Delia Weisenberg, Aler
Aline, Donald Jones, Garth Har
lan, Max Waring, George Jack
son, Wylas Freemanr John Zum-
steln, Errln Falconer.
Tho team plans to -Tislt the
Salem lodge soon and pat oft
regular lodge work and Initia
tory ceremonies. .
Hawaii school are as f ollowsr i mgo scnooi next uuara ui-
Third grade, Mary Lou Wiesner; Tlied.t0 Uldy at, , if?
-Edith Mayte; sixth, Ida May Sum- Readers ay, which
mora: aerenth. Allca Dnnn. sereral years ago. Is
mers; serenth, Alice Dunn.
North Howell grade baseball
team defeated the Central Howell
team Wednesday on the home
field. 11 to 9.
Next Sunday the North Howell
grange ball team goes to Monitor
for the second game of the season.
was begun
to acgualnt
the prospective freshmen with
Woodburn high school and high
school life in general.
The graders will come to school
Junior class will - present enter
tainment In the auditorum of tho
school, after which there will bo
dancing in the gymnasium. Tho
Juniors plan to put on two one-
act plays for the seniors' enter
tainment.
The "Wireless," high school
student publication, la conducting
at regular opening time and at- a ballot to determine who will
Woodburn People
'Among Many at
make tho annual "Who's Who" of
the senior class. There are spa
ces provided for the names of the
best all-around boy and girl in
tho class, the most intellectual boy
and girl, best two athletes, tho
cutest girl and boy, the prettiest
tend classes with members of tho
freshman class. - At noon a picnic
lunch will be serred. In the after
noon the guests will see "Wood-
burn high school's baseball team
play the Lebanon team.
Pnndi tr. aTTwrt A from fh A
Canbv Tlllin'ShoW following districts: Union, Elliott girl and most handsome boy, the
School, Batteville, Johnston, Dls-ln life, best bluffer, worst bache-
trict 46, Grassy Pond, Monte Grts- ior, most hen-pocked, first to mar-
ton, Broadacres, West Woodburn, ry, worst camp, girl with most
Whisky Hill, Aurora and St. Bene- perfect eyebrows, worst old maid.
diet's Catholic school. best sheik, sleepiest boy, best fuss-
Mothers' Tea Today er, laslest senior boy, beet dressed
Mothers of Woodburn high senior girl and boy and senior
school girts who are members of I with the dirtiest cords.
WOODBURN, April - 25 5 A
good( representation from Wood
, burn' witnessed the annual spring
- display of tulips at Canby Sun
day. This year's display 'of hun
dreds of acres of Varl-colored tu
lips In full floom was unusually
beautiful.
All afternoon and during a
greater part of the morning the
main , part of the sight-seeing
- route, about two and a half miles
-'long, was completely filled with
: slowly moving autos. v
DANCE IS TONIGHT
WOODBURN, April 25 A so
cial erenlng, with tianclng, card
playing ' and ' refreshments, has
been planned tor Tuesday night
by the young folks of St. Luke's
perish. A large crowd attended
the benefit- dance held here Sat
arday night in the armory. The
dance ' was sponsored by the
Woodburn ' Howitzer company, ' a
.n!t of the National Guard. A
good profit was realized from
the yenture. T j ; .
4 GOES ABROAD f
f y-'-y.v :
Enigmatic as ever, former Secre
tary of tho Treasury Andrew W.
llellon Is shewn as he sailed from
Ktw York for England to take p
Lis new duties as American. Am
kassador ; to tho Court, of i St
lames. ; Tho new - Ambassador
aid he saw no prospect of any
csnediato chanro in the European
. - and reparation situation. ,
the Girls league will be feted
April 26, when a tea will be given
tn their honor.
Dorothy Lee, president of the
association, has appointed, the
following committees: decoration
Marjorle Lewis, chairman;
Thelma Leek, Lula Bertram, Ruth
Heusser; entertainment Mary
Alice conybe, chairman, Hazel
Carothers, Arlene Kallak and Hel
en Stanton; refreshments Lois
Ebey, chairman t Marjorle Jones,
wllma Doss, Mary Breed and Mar
jorle Johnston. The reception
committee will consist of , the five
officers of the league and the ad
visor, Miss Virginia Mason. Mrs;
Helen M. Gulss will nour and Miss
Nelma Saylor will' aid the refresh
ments committee.
Girf students of six surrounding
high school will be guest of the
Girls' Athletic . association of
Woodburn high school Saturday,
May 7, when a "Play Day", will
bo held, at which time a number
of sports will be played, and other
entertainment Girl from Silver-
ton, Gerrals, Scotts Mills,' St
Paul.? Hubbard and Canby' high
schools have been invited to at
tend the meeting,
Offered-on the program will be
basketball,' volleyball, - baseball,
tennis, tumbling and tap dancing.
The meeting is not a day for In-
terscboiastlc athletic competition,
but a day when the girls in the
surrounding schools may become
oeuer acquainted. -
Another Dance Slated
Another all-school dance for
students of . Woodbnrn btrh
school Is planned for Saturday
iuiai, nay j. Tbe general chair
man ror the affair is tfrbe Donnl
yonyne.! T60 Oance will he sratn
held a J the gymnasium, and the
"""o aix-piece orchestra will
probably furnish th bimIi- vi
: Committees appointed are Pen
tertalnment : Manlv P11..A.11
Dorothy AusUn, Roma
Kallak, Donald Jones: deeorati
Re McPeak, ehalraan, Charles
ireaiaaer, joe serres; Uckets and
pubucity - Mary ; Alice Conyne
cnaxrman, iieatnco " Donaldson:
f 1 o o r j management Kenneth
Evans ehalrman, Alden . Watt.
Charles Cam mack; cle&n-up Del
mer ; Bamsdell ehalrman, Fred
Thomas,' Bingham Powell and
Donald Courtney.
The Mount Angel grade school
baseball team beat tho team of
tho Woodburn Washington grade
Music Lovers to Hear
World Famous Artist
MT. ANGEL. April 25. Two
world-famous artists, Estello Gray
Lherlnne and her young son. Lad'
aie Boy, wiu appear in concert at
the auditorium Wednesday morn
ing at 10:30 o'clock. The appear
ance of Mrs. Gray Lherlnne, rl-
ounlst, and her pianist son. Is
sponsored by the local parish.
IDANmtlNHS UOITSDEN
I
sen
It's always fair weathe--when gpod t eQowa ret together, anf hero
re Bishop Tames Cannon (left) and Canon wUHam Chase, two of tho
country's dry est "dry snapped, .amidst "surroundings that smack
lustily of ?wtoe.V, There Is no cause for ftngtr pointing, howorer.
Tho bottles are empty and tho old-time bar is merely -one of the relics
en exhibition at the prohibition fair at Washington, D. C. Tie "Sweet
Adeline" environment was produced to illustrate tho erfla of drink.
Dean J. R. Jewell
' To Address Grads
At Silverton High
SILVERTON, April 25 Dean
J. R. Jewell, Corrallls, recently
appointed dean of the school of
education at tho University of
Oregon, is to be the commence
ment speaker at the Silverton
high school graduation. Com
mencement has been set for June
2 at the Eugene Field auditorium.
The Rev. W. O. Livingstone,
pastor of the Christian church will
deliver the baccalaureate sermon
May 21. Tho Rev. Carl Foss will
giro the Invocation at tho com
mencement exercises.
Class night la slated for May SI.
Mrs. DeJardin is
Hostess to -Women
Of Community Club
WACONDA, April 25. Mrs.
Julllan DeJardin was hostess
Wednesday at an Interesting all-
day meeting of tho Waconda com
munity club.
, Quilting occupied the group,
which included two special .guests.
Mrs. Chet Sundberg of Salem, sis
ter of Mrs. DeJardin and Mrs. Iran
Brundldge.
Members present were Mes
dames Carl Brown, Richard Pat
terson, W. Doatal, j. b. snarf f,
Ray Jones, William McGilchrlst
F. Runeorn, F: Nusom: Henry
Stfford. Van Kelly, Theodore Jel-
derks, B. J. Miller, A. L. .Lamb,
Ross Hammock, E. uubbara, .
Nusom and Miss Hattle Skolton,
also Mesdames Bil Wayne, Ben
Larklns and Robert Fromm. all of
Salem: . Mrs. Richard Tare of
North Howell and. the hostess.
Mrs. DeJardin.
AT DeMOLAY MEET
KEIZER, April 25 Lewis
Melson of Kelser, master coun
selor of the Chemeketa chapter
of DeMolay of Salem, attended
the three day conclave held in
Corrallls last weekend, and was
entertained by Keith Davis of the
Alpha Pan Omega fraternity
home. He reports an excellent
time.
E. Rofinot Dies in
Portland; Burial is
Held at Woodburn
WOODBURN, April 25. Fu
neral services for Eugene Rofinot
48, who died in Portland Saturday
morning, were held In Portland
Monday, with burial at the Bell
Fassl cemetery near Woodburn.
Eugene Rofinot was born May 25,
1881, In Michigan. He lfred in
Woodburn about 25 years, work
ing for tho Oregon Electrlo rail
way company. Sereral years ago
ho mored to Portland. He suffered
from asthma for some time.
Eugene Rofinot is survived by
two daughters. Mrs. Marion J.
Coon, 4S Overton street Port
land, and Edith Rofinot of Wood-
burn. A small granddaughter, the
child of Mrs. Coon, also survive
A brother, N. C. Rofinot of Aber
deen, Wash., is living.
Krier Family Among
Newcomers at Keizer
KEIZER, April 25 Mr. and
Mrs.,W. M. Krier and family.
Richard, Hannah and William are
newcomer In Kelzer having lo
cated on tho Shield's place east of
tho school.
Tho Ladles' Aid will hold an all
day meeting with Mrs. Joe Bar-
truff, Thursday, April 23.
The 4-H Rabbit dab of Kelzer
Is reriewng the work of the year.
They will hare on exhibition the
rabbit they hare taken care of
during tho year at the school pro
gram and exhibit Friday, April 2.
Family Gathering
Honors C. Scharf.
Who Returns South
DDL BUS GETS
IB' TOUGH
rickrealZj. Apm is TBiir
Rowell suffered a ; broken fore
arm, tho result of a -kick- while
cranking Harry Derapsers school
bus Thursday night . Bill Is tho
son, of. W. W. Rowol ,' Rickreell
postmaster and la a freshman In
high school. - w - v
Tho Grange : Ladles - Quilters
club mot at the grange hall Thurs
day for an all day session of
auiltlng. . Mr. S. Etonian' and
Mrs. W. w. Rowell furnished the
Q.ullts.TA eorered'dlsh luneheoa
was aeryed. at noonteiwhlch the
menrolka were innted.
vThoso nreseatrfor the. day were
Mrs.' Jesse Ragsdale, Mrs. J. E.
Ragsdale, Mrs. Orln .Kellog, .Mrs.
W. W.-B.owell, Mrs. E. A. gtenson;
Mrs. a. Bearer, Mrs. ora .Lantx,
Mrs. r-S. Ponce,' Mrs.' Cr Larkln.
soy; ' Mr. Ramsay, - jua, - junnsy
and Mrs. Moss. .
Tho freshmen and sophomoreo
are working -hard on their play.
-The Ginger Girl," to get it reaay
to present ' sometime within the
next week or two. The seniors.
hSTO received the parts- and are
studying thoir play to bo siren
sometime la May. Miss Caroline
Forward, the English teacher is
directing the freshmaji sophomore
play while Mr. Mitchell, tho prin
cipal, has charge of tho. senior
play. : xr; -f "r-
- PLAT IS SrCCESS .
. TURNER; Jtpril 24 wringer
PrinU." a comedy in three. acts,
was presented - by tho Turner
high school senior class.' assisted
by underclassmen, at tho high
school 'auditorium- Friday, night
to a largo and appreciative audi
ence." J- -- . -- i
7 Orchestra muslo was furnished
by.Earf Standley Iran Hadley,
Helen Wltsel' Dorothy Staadley,
Albert Jensen, s'Alrln- Gamer,
Donald. Standley, 'Rachel Garner,
William ' Howe, with" Mr.1 Mae
Mrs." John. Winn, Mrs. irATDemp. Hadley. at, the piano.
MIDDLE GROVE, April 25.
A family gathering honoring Clyde
Scharf of Santa Monica,' Cal., who
has been visiting here for two
weeks, was given at the Frank
Scharf home Sunday. He returned
Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs.
John VanLaanan and children to
Eugene, where he will remain un
til Wednesday before returning to
Santa Monica.
Others present were Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Scharf and daughter
Genevieve, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Scharf and children, Robert, Dor
othy and Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Crane and daughters, Laura
and Luclle, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph,
Bart ruff, Mr. nd Mrs. Dan Scharf
and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Scharf,
Katherlne and Harry.
Mrs. John Turner, Jr., and baby
daughter returned home from the
hospital Saturday afternoon.
Six April Birthdays
Occasion for Gaiety
HAYESVILLE, April 25. The
Hartley homo was tho scene of
gaiety Sunday, when six people
who had birthday during April
celebrated with a dinner. Each
had a special cake with candle.
A total of 152 candles were used.
Four of those celebrating their
birthdays were children of Mr. and
Mrs. R. Hartley Mrs. A. F. Par
dee, Almas H., Robert R. and
Helen Hartley. The other two
were Archie Pardee and Dorothy
Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Hartley also had
as their guests Mrs. Emma Freed
and daughter Vivian, Mr. and Mrs.
A. F. Pardee and family and Mr.
and Mrs. 8. E. Pardee.
AT C E. MEET
KEIZER, April 25 Erma and
Howara cole or Keuer were
among the young people who at
tended the. state Christian En
deavor convention held tn Port
land Friday, Saturday and Sun
day. They represented the First
Christian church C E. group.
Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Cole, motored to Portland Sun
day morning, attended all the
sessions during the day and re
turned with the young people.
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accessories.
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