The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 28, 1932, Page 7, Image 7

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The OltEGOK STAtESMANt Salea; Oregon, Wednesday Morning. September 28, 1932
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SILVERTON, Sept. 27.- From
2 o'clock until 9 Satuday evening
an almost continuous stream of
ristors passed through the old
Bentson store room in the Mas
oaic temple, where the children's
xalr, sponsored by the Parent
Teachers' association, was held.
The general . committee of i the
affair consisted of Miss Hannah
Olaen, Mrs. H. B. Latham, Mrs
Alt O. Nelson and Mrs. William
MacNeill. As Mrs. KacNelll -was
called out of town. Mrs. Ai P.
Ryan filled her place. The; ar
rangement committee was com
posed of Mrs. J. Ballantyne, Mrs.
F. O. McDonald, Mrs. E. Haltht;
registration committee. Miss
Tle Silver, Bertha Aim and Kth
eryn Slawson. i
Winners of sweepstakes, who
were given cash prizes were:;
Glenn Cross, Arlene. Torgerson,
Maurice Stamey, Alton Anderson,
Mary Ann Whitlock, Maurice
DaTis, Victor Miller, Erston Mat a
eny and Lewis Grant.
' Winners Get Ribbons
Ribbon winners were as ifol
lows:
Pie pumkin, first, Marvin Ol
son; second, Glenn Baker; third
Marjorle Baker; large carrpts
Edward Erlekson, first; Donald
Mcintosh; garden huckleberry,
Alene Torserson. first: gar Ben
Banna Mnskmellon. Arlene Tor-
gerson, iirst; sweet corn, tnree
Maurice Stamey; Rubard, thtee
Maurice Stamey; peppers, Gjlen
Cross; two, Erston Mathehy;
ochre, one Victor Miller; Fibld
pumpkin one, James and Theo
dore Demas; two Juanlta Groah;
three Victor Mills; field cqrn
three. Glenn Groal.
Watermelon, two, Victor Mill
er; three, Glenn Groah; Danish
equash. one, Arlene Torgerson;
two, Erston Matheny; noodle
melon, one, Arlene Torgerson
lemon cucumber, two Yvonne An
derson; Pears one, Lewis Grant
strawberries, three June Ander
son; popcorn, one, Leatrice Pabe;
two Allen Semb; third, Lawrence
Norten; beets, one, Maurice Stam
ey; two Mildred Dodson; thrjee,
Alton Anderson; cabbage, one,
Glenn Cross; two, Mildred Dod
son; carrots, one, Lewis Gratt;
two, Leatrice Pape; three, Erston
Matheny.
Canned Beans, one, Doris Whit
lock; canned beets, one, Mary Aun
Whitlock; sweet potatoes, ope,
Glenn Cross; tomatoes, one, Mary
Atm Whitlock; two, Lewis Gratt;
three, Nellie Hayes: string beans,
one, Mary Ann Whitlock; one Al
ton Anderson; one, Glenn Crofcs;
two, Arlene Torgerson; two, June
Anderson; three, Lendon Stand
ard; dry beans, one, Maurice
Davis. I
Squash,, different rarities, one,
Erston Matheny; one, Glenn
Cross; one, Lawrence Norten;
two, Maurice Stamey; two Juan
lta Groah; two. Erston Matheny;
three, Hubert Rice; three Mildred
Lewis; cucumbers, one, Maurice
Stamey; one, George Hayes; two,
Alton Anderson; three, Glenn
Standard; Irish potatoes, one.
Flowers:
Marigold, one, Kenneth Ran
kin; two, James Ekman; astors.
. one, Jack Lincoln; two, James
Ekman; zinnias, one, Joyce Sim
mons; cox comb, one, Francis
Rice; two, Edward Erlekson; dan-
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Driven desperate by years of privation and marital unhappinefa, Mre.
Florence Serena of Vandergrif t, Pa has offered to eiv her triplets and
young baby (the youngest of seven children) to anyone who will provide
them with a rood home. The frantic mother fears that she will be forced
to watch her children starve to death if there is no response to her appeal.
(The triplets Are, left to right, John, Eleanor and Harry. The child ia
her arms is Earner.
WALDO BILLS. Sept 12. i
School bell were, heard la twe
districts this morning, Centervtew
ana Evergreen.
At Centerview where Mls Ed-
ua Goodknecat Is beginning her
first term; there were it enrolled
in Increase of seven over last
year. Norman Rue Is enrolled In j
the seventh grade. He was forced ;
to drop school last. December die!
to. illness. 1 New pupils: Include
Pauline, Robert, .Harry and Don
ald Cutler, enrolled" respectively In
tne seventh, Zlttn. fourth and
third grades'. They attended board-
1 ing school in California last year.
Rosemond Bedlnger, seventh
grade, from Lebanon, and Wilma
Hotbs. second, grade, from Mon-
j tana. Enrolled In the eighth grade
; are Helen Goodknecht and Mabel
I Lord.
At Evergreen the enrollment Is
the same as last year through the
two rooms, 58 In all. In the gram
mar grades where Mardon Oveross
is beginning nis iirtn year as prin
cipal there are 23 enrolled. Eighth
graders include Geraldyne Dick-
man, Marjorle McLaughlin, Don
Harmon. New pupils In the school
are Marjorle McLaughlin, eighth
grade; Robert McLaughlin, sixth
grade; Francis McLaughlin, in the
fourth grade, all formerly enroll- i
ed at Hawthorne, CaL In the pri
mary room where Miss Helen Me-
Cullough Is starting her second
year there are 25 enrolled. The I
tour beginners are Laurence Hart,
Norma Finlay, Edna Mae' Roop,
and Lillian Wenger.
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Major William D. Harris, executive vice-president of the Roosevelt
Motor Club of America, is shown as he presented Mrs. Franklin D. Roose
velt, wife of the Democratic nominee, with the dub's first meaauion,
facsimiles of which will be attached to automobiles to boost the Gov
ernor's candidacy for the Presidency. The medalliona will be sold to
raise campaign funds for the Democratic Party.
PLEASANT VIEW. Sept. 27
The ' prune harvest Is now well
under way. There is a large crop
and prunes are of a good quality.
The grain harvest Is practical
ly over. A light yield was in evi
dence throughout this section.
rasas . of Pleasant view are
again being transported to Tur
ner. There are not enough chil
dren la this district to hold the
regular sessions here.
Summit school opened Monday.
For the past two years pupils
have been transported to Turner.
J. C. Morris accompanied by
his daughter and grandson, Mrs.
Ted Whitehead and Norman
Whitehead and son and daughter-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. William
Morris motored to Indian Valley.
Idaho, where Mr. Morris traded
eight acres of property for ICO
acres of irrigated land. The Mor
ris land is well improved, hav
ing good buildings and a cherry
orchard on it. The Idaho prop
erty will be farmed by his son.
Nathan Morris, who Is now a re
sident of Indian Valley.
UIULEHH FEVER IS
Mrs. Flnlay's aunt, Mrs. Fred
Knight. The Finlays will return
Thursday.
lias, one, Bonnie Hallett; two, I "Ofiori- TV?" Plan
Janet Hallet? eourd collection. VHCm inp sTiail
For Methodist Group
Janet Hallet; gourd collection.
one, Alton Anderson; two, Alton
Anderson; three, Glenn Cross;
mixed bouqnet, one, Maurice
Stamey; gladiolas, one, Glenn
Cross; two, June Anderson; sun
flower, three, Margaret Olson.
School Board Does
Own Cleanup Work;
Old Grass is Burned
A- xr: waldo hills, sept, n
Tfuiicr a cauvujr Members of the school board, J.
W. Goodknecht, K. O. Rue, Chas.
R. Riches, Edson Comstock, as
sisted by Lon Davenport and Jake
Doerfler, burned the grass on the
Centerview school grounds Satur-
SILYERTON, Sept. 27 Plans
for the winter program were dis-
Cake: different classes, one, cussed at the first meeting of
June Baker: one, Shirley Olson: the autumn of tte Methodist La-
one, Phylis Adams; two, Juanita dies' aid society held Thursday d ay mended the porch and placed
Morley; two, Vannie VanMeter;
three, Lydla Hnebscbman; three,
Esther Lucht.
Candy:
Fudge, one and two. Dorsey
Tweedie; three, Maybelle Frazer;
three, Betty Dahlen.
Salad, one, Lucile Benston.
Cookies, Jean Tomlson.
, afternoon at : the social rooms of
the church. The next meeting.
to be held October 13, will be
new Bwlngs, bars and rings ready
for school opening.
?"5"m C,0m the' Wald TniU CoVmuniry-ciub.
ii! was chairman of the Judges at the
iurs. juuitm rnei auu mis. mm; i . . . ,
TownlAv with Mr. Herman Ni. ulumB l
AT DAVENPORT HOME
SILVERTON, 8ept. 27. Rob
ert Tocam is at the home of Ms.
and Mrs. Roy Davenport tls win
ter and is attending the Junior
high schooL He is a nephew of the
Davenports and a son of Mr. and
Mrs. Tocum of Alsea out toward
tne coast, me xocums nave a
dairy farm in the vicinity of Al
sea. Mrs. Tocum will be Temem
bered here as Miss Mable Daven
port. She was graduated from the
Sllverton high school with the
class of 1915.
day night.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Finlay and
gell, Mrs., Lester Green and Mrs.
14. iv lukci no iug uuoaocat i - - . wi i.e.
Plans for the winter, while not ?y Robert Blair, left early
a i. tiA Monday morning for Condon, Ore-
orinfi rfalr Mr a. J. Hall. They were accompanied by
ifA r wa, tt,ii r th. Mrs. Flnlay's grandmother, Mrs
Methodist church.' has made an Dan McFarland who has been vis-
. ..tlltlnir In thn tI1pt llnrA e&rlV AU-
By Many Neighbors articles during hers and Mr. gust. The Finlays two older chll-
Halrs residence at Sumatra ana aren, ieaay na nutm, w
other eastern nlaces. started school Monday are with
BACK FROM HOSPITAL
VALSETZ. Sept. 27. Mrs,
George King and Mrs. J. L. Dod
son have returned home from i
Salem hospital where both under
went major operations about four
weeks ago.
Thurston Funeral at
Jefferson Attended
L. A. FIREMAN VISITOR
TALBOT, Sept. 27 Captain A.
D. Beacewell of the Los Angeles
fire department Is visiting his un
cle. J. S. Wright, and the Hoefle
family near Sidney.
Juniors in English
At Scio to Put Out
High School Paper
SCIO, Sept. 27 The Junior
English class, under the direction
of Rebecca Morgan, will again
publish a newspaper, as a part of
the class study of news writing.
As yet the name of the paper is
undecided. Officers chosen in
clude La Van Gardner, Sylvia Bar
ta, Maxlne Arnold, Sylvia Baker,
Dick Quarry, Stanley Walters,
Don Davenport, Marley Sims, El
sie Hetzendorf, Rose Schwlndt,
Eddie Stepanek, Geraldlne Rodg-
ers, Elvln Gallegly and Mary Be-
eicka. Vivian Lam plot, Frances
Combs. Leonard Lukenbach. Ed
die Stepanek. La Vaun Gardner
and Geraldlne Rodgers.
STUDENT HELPERS NAMED
SCIO. Sept. 27. Student li
brarians for the high school have
been appointed by Rebecca Mor
gan. English teacher, who super
vises the library. Virginia Turn
idge, who assisted last year, has
been appointed head student li
brarian.
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This portable radio set, strapped on
the back of a member of the United
States Forest Service, is an import
ant feature of the ranger's equip
ment. It is used in reporting fires
and keeping in touch with head
quarters during an emergency.
There are two types of seta, weigh
ing 10 and 35 pounds and having an
average radii of 10 and 60 miles
respectively.
Linn Humphrey Goes
SILVERTON, Sept. 27 Ed
win Tingelstad, former principal
of the Sllverton high school, but
now editor of the Pacific Luther
Herald was a recent guest of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Tingel
stad here. Mr. Tingelstad report
ed that Mrs. Tlngelstad's mother.
Mrs. Curl FJelde, who has been
111 for a number of years Is some
what better at the present time.
Mrs. FJelde, who makes her
home with the Tlngelstads and
who also lived at Sllverton for a
number of years, has been suffer
ing the past four years from a
comparatively rare disease, un-
dulent fever. She submitted to a
blood transfusion at the Tacoma
General hospital on September
2. Mrs. H. Mork. of Seattle, an
old-time friend of Mrs. FJelde,
donated the blood for the trans
fusion. Since this she has been
improving.
Under Bad Operation
JEFFERSON, Sept 27 Mrs
G. W. Humphrey has received '
word that her son. Linn Humph
rey of Portland, who underwent
a major operation at the South
ern Pacific hospital in San Fran
cisco Wednesday, Is improving
slightly.
Miss Ethel Beongber of Board
man, Oregon, was a recent guest'
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
Calkins. Miss Beougher Is a
teacher in the school at Board-
man.
Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Myers
and family who have been living
on a farm two miles east of here.
have leased a farm near Stayton.
and expect to move soon.
FIRST SOCIAL HELD
TURNER, Sept 27. The first
public social event of the fall sea
son was the teachers' reception
held Friday night at the high
school auditorium. The stage was
colorfully decorated with tall bas
kets of of autumn flowers. Mrs
S. A. Riches presided and an
nounced the program.
SEEKING LOCATION
PERRYDALE. Sept 27. Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Bricker from
Blackwell. Okla., and Mr. and
Mrs. Irwin Snyder of Steamboat
Springs, Colo., armed Monday at
the Lee home. Mrs. Bricker and
Mr. Snyder are cousins of Mr. Lee.
The Brickers formerly lived at Sa
lem and are glad to get back to
Oregon. This is the Snyder first
visit to Oregon. Both families are
looking for locations. Mr. Snyder
and Mr. Bricker are contract
builders.
al services for B. S. Thurston held MICKEY MOUSE
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ical church, were one of the larg
est funerals held in Jefferson for
some time. Rev. G. F. Lienlng,
Jr., pastor of the Evangelical
church, officiated. There was a
profusion of flowers.
Music was furnished at the pi
ano by Miss Maude Durfee and
Miss Geraldlne Rogester of Leb
anon, Miss Grace Klampe and E.
G. Hornschuch of Labish Center.
Dr. J. O. VanWinkle sang two
hymns, and Miss Regester sang a
solo, "Saved by Grace". Pall bear
ers were John Calahan, W. F.
Klampe, S. H. Goln, W. L. Cobb,
Hugh Bilyeu, and Chas. Hart
Following the services at the
church, interment took place at
Belle Passl cemetery near Wood
1 burn, in the family plot
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