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r. The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Orenrlftiday Morning, July IS. 1932
TO DEGtH SOON
! On new Four Square Gospel
Church at Woodburn; ;;.
! - . Land is Cleared
V WOODBURN, Jaly 14 Actual
construction of a new ' Four
square Gospel church for Wood
burn will probably begin -within
the next tew weeks. . Decision to
construct a building for the Four
Square Gospel church was made
sereral weeks ago. The church
will probably be finished and rea
dy for use early this fall, and will
go up on East Lincoln street, on
the south side of the street and
several yards east, of the x high
The lot on which the church
will stand was donated by W. J.
TJppendahl. The lumber for the
building will be gotten from J. C.
Moomaw of Hubbard. -Various
members of the church will do the
actual work of constructing the
building; according to plans made
by Her. Armstrong," pastor of the
local group. .
--" Old Building Razed
The lot has been cleared In
- readiness " for the construction
.work. Several old buildings that
were on the lot have been rased.
Rer. Armstrong has drawn the
plans for tfte new church with a
basement The outside measure
ment of the structure will be 46
by 5 feet. The, buildirfg will be
of the tabernacle style character
istic Of many Four-Square church
es. The auditorium will seat be
tween 200' and 250 persons. Sev
eral smaller rooms will be located
on the east and south sides of the
main room. In the rooms will be
spaces for the commissary, the
meeting rooms for various child
ren's societies, Sunday school
rooms, and so on. Near the north
side, or front, of the building,
there will be seperate rooms for
the pastor and his . family. . The
ntrance of the building, will, of
course, be on the nortk side, fao-j
ing me street. .
, Chnrch S Tears Old
: I The members of the church are
at present .meeting: in the Coe
building on First street. The
place, is, however, in many ways
unsuited for use as a church
building. ' The church was organ
ised here about three years ago. I -A
feature of tho constructionist
the auditorium will be a sloping
floor. Inclining toward the large
rostrum planned for the' paster.
There will also be ample room
provided for a choir and an or
chestra. ' There will be four banks
of seats for-the choir. j
One of the most active depart
ments In the new church will be
the commissary, It is thought.
Especially In times like these be
ing experienced at the present
time, the plan is to make the op
eration of that department an ac
tive part of the church's work.
All - persons - having extra food,
clothing, or other necessary sup
plies will take them to the church
where they will be given to needy
persons. A similar plan was used
ef fectirely this . winter by the
church. i l
Summer School Ends
For Silverton Group
SILVERTON, July 14 The six
weeks of summer school conduct
ed at Silverton was completed
Monday although final reports
were not finished until Wednes
day. Mrs. F. M. Powell was in
structor. , - j
Almost all in attendance were
doing advance work In both senior
and Junior high school subjects.
Two of the summer school stu
dents, Gladys McNeer and Ardlth
Drake took post courses. Others
attending -were . Victor Hadley,
Raymond Specht, Franklin High,
Donald Goetx, Eunice Watts and
Catherine Tomlson. .
WOUND TAKES ,8j STITCHES
SILVERTON, July 14 Mrs.
Clara Baltimore fell Sunday
while at a picnic at Gervais and
cut her right arm on pieces 1 of
broken glass. The cut was so se
vere that it necessitated five
stitches to close It. t
TOP IN QUALITY
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BOTTOM IN PRICE
10 ibs..;-....-. 35c
19c value, A
O pkgs. . 18c
A lbs. Brown .... I5c
J lbs. Powdered 15c
Pound - 00 1
can . &C
Cake Pan Free
3 ibs 87c
pkg. f DC
- , . limit
Tall, a Quality Milk
Del Monte Coffee
Lk DkST9 49c
Budweiser Malt j
J lb. can .... 41c
for Mason Jars
6 for ..... 18c
10 cakes i 21C
Just Right Size
Each ...L....-.J. 27C
Blue Bell Flour
V Hard Wheat
49 lb. sack 79c
: , . In Connection with Caplan's Grocery "". J
Highest Prices PJj for Veal And Tonng Beef Phone 4019 .
Beef Roasts Fancy Fryers jv
Cut from Young 1AA Dressed and o '
Beeflb. u AUC Drawn, lb. LoC
Boiling Beef Rabbits 1
Swift's Skinned Nebergall's " )
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Nice and Lean,' It? 4
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FIT JUICE PLOT
Salem Boys and Girls in
WOODBURN, J aly 14 ' THe
Woodburn fruit Jaice extracting
plant Is enjoying a good ran this
summer. The plant started run
ning abont three neeks ago. Juice
was extracted from abont 18 tons
of black cherries. At present the
work of pressing the Juice ont of
loganberries is being finished up.
Abont SS tons of Tory ripe lo
ganberries will have been used by
the time the pack for that fruit is
completed, according to Earl Ma
thleson, who la manager- of the
plant. Work on raspberries will
begin soon, it was Indicated. Ac
cording to present plans, a large
tonnage of erergreen blackberries
will be used late in the snmmer.
The black cherries used were
shipped here from Salem orch
ards. Probably most of the rasp
berries will be Imported also. The
loganberries are all . from local
yards, as the blackberries prob
ably will be.
After the Juice has been extract
ed from the rarioos fruits - It is
packed in glass bottles, -jugs and
other containers that the buyers
specify.: There has been, in for
mer years, good sales for the
Juices. This year's pack will prob
ably be the same as that put up
At present there are IS men
ea ployed at the plant H. 8. OUe,
a Salem man, owns the plant
Former Screen Star
Is Visitor of Old
SILVERTON, July 14 Mrs.
Harry Pollard, known here as
Marguerita. Fisher, erstwhile mo
tion picture star, and her sister
Dotty Fisher, who hare been Tis
ttlng at Silrerton and Salem for
the past week, left Silrerton
Monday night and will leare for
her home at Hollywood, Thurs
day of this week.
Mrs. Pollard was the guest
here of Mr. and Mrs. June Drake.
Sllrerton Is Mrs. Pollard's former
home and . she attended school
with Mr. Drake. Later she was a
member of the . E. Roy Drake
road .show company and other
stock companies of which June
Drake was also a member.
Mrs. Pollard's mother, Mrs.
John Fisher, remembered by
many here, died at Hollywood
three months ago.
For Office Uses
WOODBURN, July 14 An
nouncement was made here Tues
day that Judge Hiram Orerton has
bought the small building and lot
on Second street until recently
occupied by the real estate firm
of Gill and Klamp. Judge Over
ton bought the property from Mrs
Lib by Morcom, who lires In
Dodgerllle, Wis. Gill and Klamp
hare mored from the Morcom
building to the other end of the
block, where they are occupying
the Becker building. Orerton was
burned out during the fire last
S. R. Kallak is redecorating and
repairing the Orerton building.
Summer Canins i'
Great Furi, Happy Studies
By LELAND R YER , '.
ly 14 Here we are and everybody
happy. ' We got Into camp Toes
day noon, and Pop Crary had a
big feed for as. We had nature
study Wednesday In charge' of
Mr. DuBola of Portland. He is
ome fellow, too. as he knows all
about birds and flowers and all
kinds or bugs. ..'-.
We learned about bees today,
and we nev ti knew 1 K Vtnria tt
birds and IB flowers and to iden
tify bird calls and teU what kind
of birds they are. ? -
Fred Blatcbford has a class in
handicraft- and whittling. We
make darts and arrows and Fred
ran taV m. onn1 of nfn mhm
and some sea gull feathers and
gather some dtirt wood off the
beach and carre and whittle the
fool things rizht Into s rood look.
lng rooster and bird.
well, the boys all like It too,
only they get their fingers cut and
get struck with a Jackknif e while
learning, but they are very much
interested. " ;
We went on a hike WedneodA-r
afternoon to stndr the insects on
the beach, and then we hiked to
Neiaru ana oceanside. - In a ball
game Barley Bashor's Monkeys
will play Fred Remington's Chim
panzees. - .
We have swell eats and lnta nt
them. Yon out-lit to ae th rhm.
bers boys eat That Dick Cham
bers keeps Bill Ross busy all the
umei . iime to go to class:
By BILL PHILLIP8, JR.
CAMP 8ANTTAU. Jn1 1 1 nrhm.
Boy Scouts ar bnrv tnln at
Camn Santlam. Lotab nnmnu
center for the Willamette univer
sity football team, la nhrsical di
rector, tm noys have nicknamed
him 'Doe. O. P. Wet Is ehlif
and T. O. Roake and Paul Hauser
We havs rood tlma nlmmhi.
and Dlavinff ba.IL Th tA,
pretty cold, but we like it any-
Charles Roblln aftar thrut
of marorshin rav nn th nttip n.
lmmian nean or Chemawa in a
neaiea session at which about 10
boys were nominated. They fin
ally went down until Bean was
elected. There' ar four hau
from Chemawa attending camp.
There are seven tent and John
Evans, Tom Earle, Charles Rob-
1 Tl WB .
n, fioris jrorimiuer, oean Ellis
Dick Morgan and Ronnie Lonr
are tent leaders.
We have cleaned off the parade
grounds and cleaned up the camp.
They serve very good meals and
we are very hungTy. Revillle is
at 6:30 and Tans at 1:30. Rnm.
of the Scouts have gone fishing
but the fish wont hit
There is 35 bovs In camn.
will go home at the end of this
week and others will come. Jim.
Earle was' hobbling about camp
with a sprained ankle but is O.K.
now. The Rotarlan Troop No. 1
has the most Scouts at camp.
By DOROTHT mrwHifinw
CAMP SANTALY, July 14 A
delightful costume .party took
place at Camp Santaly on Tuesday
evening, uach girl areBsed as
book character, a character' in
songs sung at camp, or tome other
original Idea. 'A Each rlrt thourfct
up her own costume, securing ar
ucies oi cioming irom ui camp
costume box or irom ouw giris.
sfanv of lha rtrla hranht rni.
tnmes and dress up clothes from
nome. some or me giris went to
gether In small groups to repre
sent a family.
There was the Miner 49er and
his daughter Clementine, who
won the first prise tor -costumes,
and the 'Macumber famtlv from
MlsBourt Pa and Ma Maeumber,
Isaac .Maeumber and his wife
winners of the second niixa. Hon.
orable mention was given to tfiTI
litue Hula Girl with a real grass
Skirt, lei, and ukulele, and to the
coiorini mown, Esekell Hobnail,
who was, born In the Garden of
Eden. Three of the advisors re
presented Paul Bunyan, the myth
ical logger of great strength, and
his supposed wife, Paula, and ba
bv daucbter. Paulina. Pa.nl Rnn.
yan told the story of how he made
the hlsheat neaka Of th flaarnria
range from Mount Maxama.
The deep hole remaining after
the removal of Mount Masama by
jraui ana nis dsdt Bin or. nab
filled np with water and became
uraier laics. Mrs. Gallaher, who
has been telllnr tha storr "A vn.
tern in Her Hand" to the sirla. re
presented one of the characters
in the story: she was Isabelle
Anders-Mackenzie and one of the
girls was her daughter-in-law
Maggie O'Connor Mackenzie. '
ine program during the cos
tume nartv was orlainal wttn Yt
girls giving readings, a story, or
ions io snow tue cnaracters
they represented. Prlscllla Walsh
gave two clever reartlnva t,a
Miss Prang sang a little solo'about
-wnen i had but fifty cents I took
my girl out for dinner." Her song
was accompanied hv a. mitar nd
mandolin, which two advisors
nave nere at camp.
Plan Picnic at Park
RIVERVIEW, July 14. The
luaraasy 'i mm Die club met at the
home of Mrs. Frank PrnVnn wltK
Mrs. Joe Prokop and Edna Ber
flisg as Joint hostesses. Thirty
members were present and three
visitors. Quiltlnr was tb Hi
slon of the afternoon. It was de-
ciaea to have a picnic on the next
regular elub day at Kelly park.
In conjunction with Rlckardson
jap, as I on Like It club.
RTVERDALB PARK POPTTT,n
ROBERTS, July 14 The Sil
ver Circle of the First Christian
church and the Christian Endea
vors Of the RTin?Alllt1 ,hnnh
each held a large picnic at Rlv-
eraaie pars: Monday evening.
nnrnnir ni in
l.b TtUrLt Will
lng en members of the l.uUeraa munity this week In the tnteresf
churches tm the Sllrerton eom-ef the college.., .r
The cabinet of the Young Peo
ple's Forum of Keixer Community
ehurch met recently at the home
of Carroll Cummlngs, president.
to outline plans for the rest of the
summer. The main part of this
session was spent In planning for
their regular meetings and tor a
delegation to Falls City Institute.
It was determined that hereaf
ter regular coaching meetings for
leaders would be held under the
direction of Dorothy Ackman.
first vice-president. There are
also promises of a good institute
delegation. A list ef leaders and
Enriching Recreation July IT
i"Our American Recreation."
Ernest Savage; July 24 "What
is Christian Recreation!", Ernest
Savage; July SI Institute Sun
day; August 7 "The God of Na
ture,w Carroll Cummlngs.
Getting Along with People-
August 14 "What Qualities Do
We Need?-, Dorothy Ackman;
August 21 "How Does the Reli
gion of Jesus Help?". Dorothy
Ackman; August 28 "The Poe
try of Revolt." Lorralca Beecroft?
September 4 "The Poetry of Re
volt" (continued). Lorraine Bee
croft; September 11 "Falrmind-
edaess," Warren Poole; Septem
ber 18 "Fairmiadednees" (eon-
tinned). Warren Poole: Septem
ber 2 S "Testing Our Program"
ana election and check-up, Carroll
Pastor Has Relapse
But Rallying Now
BRUSH CREEK, July 14 Mrs.
M. J. Madsen was hostess 8unday
at dinner to a group of friends
from Portland. Present were Mr.
and Mrs. George Henriksea and
George Henrlksen Jr.. Mr. and
Mrs. Melvln Nelson and their son.
all of Portland, and Mr. and Mrs.
Victor Madsen and children and
Harold Larson of Silverton.
Mr. Henrlksen reported that his
father had had another relapse
but was again rallying. His fath
er is the Rev. George Henrlksen
formerly pastor of Trinity church
at Silverton. He Is at present
with his brother at Cleveland
Ohio. As soon as he is able he
will go to Decorah, Iowa to be
with his daughter for a time and
then will come on to the coast.
Mrs. Henrlksen Is with him.
BETHANY, July 14 Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin Overlund have had
aa their house cuest the Rev.
Kenneth Thompson of Minneapo
lis. Rev. Mr. Thomoson la on
the coast In the interest of the
Pacific Lutheran college at Park
land, Wash. He has been call-
US South Commercial St.
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STATE AND COMMERCIAL STREETS
"The Store of Best Qacdity Foods For Less'
Where a Dollar Does Its Duty
173 South Commercial Street . . Phone' 8757
We boy all our livestock direct from the farmer, doing
all onr own killing under Oregon state Inspection. Yon
pay only one prof it when trading here.
This Beef la the Best the Market Affords
Beef to Roast .8 and 10c
Beef to Boil 7c
Beef Loin Steak 10c
Prime Kib Roll : 15c
Pure Pork Sausage 12c
Little Links 15c
Our Hamburg and Sausage is the Very Best No
Water No Cereal No Extra Suet
Veal Stew ..5c
Lamb Stew 5c
Our Pork and Pork Products are Being Offered at a'
Small Advance on Account of the Large Jump in the
- . V ; Price of Live Hogs .
The Prices Quoted at This Store Enables the Careful Food Buyer to Save Substantial
Amounts on Their Weekly Purchases' ;
Carrots, Beets, Gr. Onions
Per Bunch 1c
IVORY (medium bar)
special . eJ for
Peet's Granulated Soap,
med. size package
5 bars Crystal White Soap
Sunny Blonday, a 1 A bars
real laundry soap 1U for
Pork to Roast
Spare Ribs .....i....
Back Bones ...
Pig Feet ....
. ....10 and 12c
, . i .... ' j
:.. ... 3c
.1 . . ....;.....3c
Our Pork and Pork Products are of the Very Best
Grade We Never Use Any Old or Off Grade Hogs
in Our Market i
: Hillsdale, 2Ks
No. 2a :
PINEAPPLE, broken slices
No. 2y2n :
No.lH : -
B. & M. BAKED
...15 and 17c
u lb. package .., .... 5c
2 ' 02. 5 C
Nice Size, Thin Skin, FuU of Juice
15c doz., or
2 Z 29c
Pure cane. The market has adrane
ed. Get the prices st Upston's b
fore buying. They will be right.
SNOW- O lb. AH
DRIFT O can tlC.
WESSON OIL, OQ
Pure YegeUble Oil in Bulk
17c 5 '1 63c S
DEL MONTE TUNA,
DEL MONTE TUNA,
WALLA WALLA GLOBES
Sweet and Very Mild
6 ibsi. 15c
PRIDE OF WALDO HILLS
Made in Marion County
9 ik sack 67c
MAPLE LEAF BRAND
A Guaranteed Hard Wheat Flour
Ball Mason Jars, Caps and
' Rubbers Complete
Pints L 75C I Quarts 83 C
; H GaBons $1.08
j ECONOMY JARS
1 88c I qu. $1.08
23c 3 65c
BALL MASON CAPS
j v 1 KERR JARS
...... .Self Sealing Complete
Our Cured Meats are AH Sugar Cured and Smoked with
Oak Wood None Better Anywhere r ! ;
- . v Inexpensive Satisfying -p
, We Close Promptly at 8 : o'clock Saturday Evening
In Our Present Location 12 Years, in Salem Since 1895
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