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The OREGON STATCS1IAN, Seau Orcron. Friday ller&lng, April 23, 1932
TELLS OF IRK
11 GROUPS JOUJirJ
PROJECT OF CLUB
Of Smith-Hughes Students;
. Union f Church -Service
GRAND ISLAND. Aorll 2S
Jake Tompkins, Jr jk sophomore
In the Dayton high school, care a
talk on the Smith-Hughes work
Monday 1st the noon luncheon of
.- the Dayton Commercial;? club.
Tuesday-night he motored to la
dependence -where he talked be
fore the Father and Sons banquet
of the high school .association. At
this meeting he discussed "The
F Valne ; ot' Vocational Agriculture
In the High Schools." JfcVe leaves
Thursday for Conrallis where Fri
day he will enter the state public
speaking contest. This Is the third
consecutive year that the Doylon
' high school has entered the con
testant from the Willamette Tal
ler section . and . the '.'second V con
secutive year that the representa
tive has beenji Grand Island boy.
" - A union service of all the Day
ton churches will be held Sunday
night. Mar 1. at the Evangelical
church. A musical program- will
be presented In observance-of Na
tional Music week. A
- ' j i. -Teachers ElectedV.
At a school board meeting held
this week,- the teachers were
elected for the coming year. Mrs.
.PanlIne.;Fowler wlllbe principal
and hare charge of the four njiper
grades . for . a second term, ana
Percy A. Rockefeller (left), a nephew of the Standard 03 king, la
"spotted" by the Candid camera as he testified before the Senate Bank
ing and Currency Committee during the Investigation Into short sell-
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mg en me stock mnn, itoc&ueuer Mnunca aving; pruupsvea
in pool with Wall Street bears in order to recoup heavy losses on
the market. Senator Frederic C Walcott, ef Connecticut, Is shown,
center, and Senator Phillips Lee Goldsboreugn, ef Maryland, at right.
Mrs. B. 0. Longsdorf; Tur
key Raiser, Vins Award -
Irr Contest :
West Salem News
Journal.- Portland, will deliver
the commencement address.
WEST SALEM, April 28. Mr.i Box. For the May meeting, which
end Mrs. Marvin Lewis, who own will be held at the suburban
Miss Lucille Fisher, daughter of l a onerate the service station I home of the president, Mrs. John
Bev. and Mrs. F. E. Fisher ol in the Wallace road adjoining w 81mmona on the upper Oreh-
Davton. will be the new. primary I the railroad right-of-way in West I ard - Heights road, with Mrs
Instructor, The board consists of salem, have sold their farm on I Frank Forrester In charge of the
E. A. Lefley, chairman, wonn crolsan creek In Marion county, lesson, Mrs. Brock. Mystery box
Wiley, Roy E . Will and Mrs. Ar- ani juTe moved . into a residence I and Mrs. Dark devotional. It
ka Lawrence, clerk. I on Rosemont avenue. was decided to continue the reg-
. Special Meet Called Mm. Theo Laebr. of the River-1 nlr meetings all summer with no
A special meeting of tne urano .Att erocerv. returned from a summer months closing.
Island Improvement club has I weev. vacation at Burns, where The "Can Do" class of the Lee-
been , called by the president. gne TSited her mother, Mrs. A. ue m. E. Sunday school In South
Charles E. Nelson, to be held at Van ii.tin e),A renorted severe a.im met for a delightful social
the school house. Saturday night.
atwma nt mirt and snow and a I tima t thA attractive- home of
ADril SO. -me purpose oi uu hAvnnd Bend, but tne Imp. and Mm Robert E. Pattlson
;jnietlng is to discuss , the pro- Uyg otherwise in good Wednesday night. Refreshments
pwwi pauuiDi vi m w""-." i .ha.nA . I were served by we nostess assist-
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nau. Mi dun mem.. - The Ladles class or tne rora i ed by Mrs. Mason Bishop and Miss
to be present at this t.me. MmorUl chureh will hold a large Thilda Johanson. Those attending
Mrs. Adelbert Smith underwent I A...4. 4n has.mnt .in4 n.. xrM a Tv,riA.
n 0.D.e"on .T"e?daT..m.ornIns at I of the church Friday night with Johnson. Dr. and Mrs. B. F.
tne MCMinnviue nospuai. I inn, Insltstlnn 1lt tnd the bus-1 Pnnmt Mr nd Un Uunn TtU
m.. m AniKf, rt tritk Ttar. i - I " 1 : " :
rl.r ,T -v' bands especial guests. Mrs. c. u. shop. Prof, ana Mrs. rrenen, nr.
wn ami uu, "rv I "h. I Dark is the teacher and commit-1 and Mrs. Charles Beck and
"T" ".rr::r. v JC teewomen Include for program daughter, Hariett, Mr. and Mrs.
LToofVeer were "recently" rtalnment Mrs. Emm.tt D. W. SUcy. Mr. and Mra. Wayne
temlned by the iacnuy memocrs. .n.. . tn. .),. I M wtnr u, it t.
!W-0SIV7i!tSi?:, Lnn Jack A. Cesser and Mrs. Arthur and the hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
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on the program at the commence- w
Tnent YrriMi to be neid in uem-1 a.uu,
rriiti nlirht. Mfiv 57. throp andv Mrs. Eugene Krebs;
B. F." Irvine, editor of tne uregon i a r ui.iv.uvu., . m.
i . ijrsaiora, jars, rioyu uvpt
Mrs, Phil Hathaway and .Mrs.
Donald Kuhn Plans are under
way for an outstanding evening
and there is rumor of a big sur
In the eighth grade debate held
this week Muriel Raster and Dean
Thompson won' the decision over
the negative debaters, Francis
Wise and Edward Dingman.
Members of the Womans' For-
T"1: e, eign Missionary society of Sum
(iERVAIa. ADril Z5 A no itour I .... ttt. e.1A. .v..v.
- . .. . . I uiib nuu If cow uaicui vuuavuwauw
Is being laid in tne new cuy .umu at tne home of Mr8 Ed Brock
this week and work is oemg pusn-1 Tn,,)..- .fiMnnn with nrM
ed forward for the dedication FloTd De Lapp having charge of
which will be held Saturday, May i ,iAirntfnTaia mH an iiaa
i 14. Mrs. A. B. Minaker will give stewardship. Mrs. Eugene Krebs
a cantata in in nit iuu.., ,B charge of the lesson and Mrs.
mgnt. May , in ooserYnco u. Dark conducting the Mystery
national music wcc. a uiutc-
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which the ladies of Gervais will 8n scores went
i..t.i. .hnkh tn hA T.ianttd to Mrs. Ward Lundy and Frank I
around the building. Each lady in Cannard and for second high to
1JI -... . Lundy.
Hall Clan Meets-
Mr. and Mrs. A. DeJardin and
children attended the third annu
al gathering of the James E. and
David Hall clan, which was held
In the grange 'hall at Buttevllle
Sunday. Members of the clan
were present from Portland, Yam'
hllL Salem, Donald, wood burn
and Gervais; and one, Mrs. Mary
Cox. from Los Angeles. Election
of officers resulted in E. N. Hall
WALDO HILLS. April 1 1 Cel
ebrating National Music week the
WtHard Women's club is sponsor
lng a neighborhood concert. Mrs.
C. C Geer, appointed by the state
chairman as chairman for this dis
trict is in charge with Mrs. Karl
Haberly ; as .- assistant. Seven
schools and four communities will
join ' in the entertainment Wed
nesday, May 4 at 8 p. m. in the
Waldo Hills club house. i'
Schools which will furnish num
bera are Mc Alpine, Willard, Cen
tervlew. Brush Creek, Evergreen,
Victor Point and Macleay while
communities assisting are Waldo
Hills, Brush Creek, Evergreen,
Macleay;. A community sing will
precede the program and will be
led by Frank Powell of Silverton.
Dancing will conclude the even
ing. A cordial Invitation to the
program Is extended.
Wine Turkey . Prize
ror securing the most new
members for the National Bour
bon Red Turkey club Mrs. B. O,
Longsdorf, of Red Acres farm in
the Evergreen district, has re
ceived a setting of turkey eggs.
The prize was offered by the na
tional secretary, Mrs. Murray Hall
of Missouri. Mrs. -Longsdorf Is
national vice president for Ore
This year, for the first time
Mrs. Longsdorf will raise turkeys
by hand. She expects to have 300
by May t or 10. in preparation
she has had built two new brood
er houses. She will also use a new
novel but clever brooder, lined
with turkey feathers.
Mrs. Longsdorf was one of three
Silverton turkey raisers to give
three settings of eggs to pupils in
the Smith-Hughes department of
the Silverton high school.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Egan en
tertained with a dinner party Sun
day, the guests motoring from Sa
lem. Seated at dinner -were Mr.
and Mrs. Dell Forgey. Mr. and
Mrs. William Kenney and two
sons. Billy and Eddie, Walter Hls
el, Mr. and Mrs. Egan, Mildred
and Ralph Egan.
Mrs. A. A. Geer Is resting com
fortably at her home after under
going an operation for sinus trou
ble Monday at the Salem General
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Gold deposits recently found in this ledge near operate en a commercial scale, are already under
Parsons, W. Ya presumablT running through three T way. The original discovery was made by Coyton
ravines more than a half-mile apart, are said to be I Phillips within the boundaries of the Mononganela
the richest ever -found in the East. The precious I National Forest. The rocks shown in the picture
siatal assays $154.80 per ton, and active steps to I are gold-bearing. -
TOLD IH DETAIL
SILVERTON. Anrtl 28 Plans
for the first night performance of
Sllverton s group oi tnree pro
grams to be given during National
Mnsle week, have been completed
and announced. Prof. Hal Camp
bell, In charge of the music in the
Silverton schools, has prepared
this program. Mr. Campbell was
selected as chairman by Mrs. Ger
trude Cameron, who Is general
chairman of the Silverton aistriex.
The program includes the ioi-
Overture. Land of Romance,
Selection. Tannhauser. Wagner
fiiTonhone solo. Silver Threads.
Danks Jimmy Busch.
Trumpet Quartet, The Long
Day Closes, Sullivan W. Kleeb,
a Thorklldson, W. Tate, L. Leslie.
Selection. Victor Herbert's Fa
vorites, Herbert and Lake Band.
Dnet. The Norwegian cradle
Song, Morel M. Winters (Trom
bone) and E. Cloe (Clarinet).
March, sons or Australia, um
Choruses. Snarkllnr Sunllzht.
Ardltl; Gondla Bong. Roberts
Girls' Chorus, Mrs. Viva Bennett,
Scene, In a Persian Market,
Ketelby Orchestra, Solo Dancer, I
Valse, Tres Jolie, Waldteurtll .
Violin auartet, Zerllne, Jahn
E. Kellner, R. Leslie, N. Shaw,
Piano Quartette, M a x u r k a
Basse, Ganne D. AMcKenxie, E.
Minor, V. Brewer, M. Harman.
Selection, Minuet In G. Beethov
en; Turkish March, Bethoven
rrrnt. TTnflnIhrt DrmnhnnT.
Schubert Band and Orchestra.
Grand March, Marche Aux
Flambeaux, B. Clarke Band and
Star Spangled Banner.
To be Held Tonight
WACONDA, April 88. Mem
bers of the 4-H sewing club here
have finished their year's pro
jects, and will hold an elaborate
Achievement Day program at the
Waconda schoolhouse Friday,
April 89, at 8 p. m.
An exhibition of the year's
work will be made, and a pro
gram given. Miss Olive Meaning,
school teacher here, Is the leader.
KINGWOOD. April 8T. Mrs.
Ed Dennison with her baby
daughter who arrived April 18 at
a Salem hospital came home on
Monday. The little girl has been
named Molly Ann.
WILL MEET TODAY
SUNNTSIDE. April 88 The
Community el ah will meet Friday,
The entire program will be riven
by the 4-H clubs of the school.
which will be the ananal Achieve
ment program. Mrs. E. C. Willis.
local leader of the boys' cooking,
and Mrs. Jessie Rains,' principal.
are in eharge of the program.
An interesting entertainment la
promised to all who attend. Both
of the demonstration teams will
demonstrate before competing at
the county elub fair to be held at
Salem the first week In May. The
rest of the program will Include
two short plays, songs, a reading.
a short business meeting of the
4-H elubs, yells, and announce
ment of prize winners. An added
feature of the evening will be the
presence of Miss Helen CowgU!
assistant club leader, who . will
judge the exhibits of the elub
members, and of Mrs. Mary L.
Falkerson, county school super
The 4-H clubs have practically
finished all their work for this
year, and both plan to finish one
hundred per cent. Much credit is
due Mrs. E. O. Beckley and Mrs
E. C. Willis, local leaders, for
their efforts to make .the clubs a
JEFFERSON. April 88 The
special featares at the Morning
Star grange Saturday evening.
April 80. win be two plays pre
sented , by the young men of the
grange. One Is. "The Man In the.
Shadow"',- a three act mystery
drama, with Ralph Chambers of
Knox Butte, William Southard,
Kenneth Cunningham, Adolph
Drager, P. J. Shaver and Keith
The other Is a short one-act:
comedy, The Saving of Grace",
which will be presented by Wil
bur Calhoun. Keith Cunningham,
Wood row Truax, and ' Perry .
Long. The proceeds of the even
ing will go toward paying off
the debt Incurred In remodeling'
Hant Clab Meets
The Hunt and Gun club of Jef
ferson met Saturday night at the
A. B. Hlns. hardware store, The
club was recently organized, now
having 75 members, with the
membership steadily increasing.'
At the meeting the club consid
ered a plan for raising finances
to build a pen near the city, in
which to raise pheasants to re
lease in vicinity adjacent to Jef
ferson. It Is reported enough
members are willing to donate
time and labor la building a pen
if the, elub can raise the funds
for the materiab
Three committees were ap
pointed 'as follows: location for
pen A. B. Hlns, Paul McKee,
and H. L. Knight r finance Karl
Tomasek, Clair Cobb William
Wledekehr, J. T. Jones and Wil
bur Kunk; building Jesse Par
rish. Rev. G. F. Llenlng, Paul
Harris, W. J. Ettner, and Ray
A tea given by the Home
Cookery club of the seventh and
eighth grades was held at the
home of their leader.- Mrs. Flo
Toung, Friday afternoon. Geral-
dlne Jones accompanied by Ger
aldlne Davis, gave two local
numbers. Dainty refreshments
were served with Francis Wed
dle pouring and Ellen Looney,
Carol Lynes and Peggy Neus
baum serving, assisted' by Violet
Chain and Delia Stephenson.-
JEFFERSON. April 88 Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Miner are the
parent of a 7 pound son bora
April 81 at their home northwest
of town. Mr. and Mrs. Oswald
Pendegraft are the parents of a
V pound daughter born In Al
bany, April 88. She has been
named Donna June.
School Signs Placed
For Rural Building
LINCOLN, April 28 The Lin
coln, school board , has erected
mnch needed school signs along
the road fronting the schoolhouse
Mrs. Irene Castle, teacher, has
haan AifvavA t j iaeeS rha T In aaIw
, . I w ,cav uu uuivviu
oi woooouru eing iecita school f0r her third term.
laent ior me next year au A.im Mr and Mr8 w- r. Edwards of
Hall of Salem, secretary-treas- Lincoln! were honor guests at a
nrer. The meetings are held the dinner given In compliment to
third Sunday In April and will be their 18th wedding anniversary
held again next year ' at Butte- Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Dale
The - community :w5 00" club
closed the season Tuesday night
with a dinner and evening of
cards. at the parish hall. Between
Rldgeway, who reside on the old
home plaee of Mr. Edwards' par--s
at Rickey. Other dinner
guests were Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Merrick and son Vernon Merrick
SO and SO were present for the I of Lincoln and the hosts. Mrs. and
dinner and 18 tables were play- Mr. Rldgeway. .
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