The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 29, 1932, Page 7, Image 7

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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Thursday Morning, September 29, 13S
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FAIR IS LARGE
Oregon Normal Cooperates;
4-H Club Members do
Well With Stock
MONMOUTH. Sept. Polk
county 4ay at the Oregon state
lair Tuesday drew a Urge at
tendance ot Monmouth people, in
cluding it udeHts ot the Oregon
Normal achool; tigh Bchool and
training department. Two school
busses carried full -loads. j
Miss Grace Mauri Mitchell,
, director of the O. N. S. orchestra.
presented a pleasing program and
songs of the achool. Harvey Ad
anas, trumpet soloist, was fn
cored. ;
High and grade schools were
v- a is mis sea inesaay, 10 permit ev
. cry child to attend the fair.
Agricultural dabs ot this section
were well represented. In the fi
nal official contests ot the sum
mer first place was won in Polk
for stock Judging by the Inde
pendence, calf dob, oldest organ
ization of the sort in the coin-
ty, and second place by the E)k
ins Jersey calf club, a busy ag
gregation whose leader ia J. V.
Johnson of this community. The
Independence boys bad first
choice of the big fairs to do
their Judging, and aa they chose
the state fair. George Gentemann.
Hugh Hanna, Robert Hanna and
Hersel Peyree, their representa
tives, are in Salem for the week.
alf Club Honored i
The Elkins Jersey calf club
boys got Becond cnoice of Judg
ing places, and took the Pacific
International Livestock Exposi
tion, which opens October 15 jat
Portland. Boys chosen to repre
sent this club as their official
Judging team are Harold Crook,
Maurico Smith and Glenn Lucas.
These boys will accompany Coun
ty Agent J. K. Beck to Portland
for the event.
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XEC.RO singers enjoyed
MONMOUTH. Sept. 28 A
crowd enjoyed the Cotr., Blossom
gingers who appeared Saturday
night at the Christian chunjh.
These entertainers prove biennial
ly popular here, having appeared
several previous times. They were
here a few months ago in the au
ditorium of the Oregon Normal
school. I
After the program the high
school girls' and boys' Sunday
school classes were entertained at
a marshmallow roast at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Chambers.
Lora Parker is class teacher. 1
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Following the first day of his trial on charges of participating in th
illegal lotteries operated by the Loyal Order of the Moose, of which ht
13 an official, Senator James J. Davis (center) of Pennsylvania is shown
as he left the Federal Court at New York with his attorneys. Senator
Davis is accused of having received $172,000 personally from two Moose
tontests. It is rumored that former President Calvin Coolidge, in whoae
cabinet Davis served, would appear as a character witness.
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VICTIMS OF CHICAGO COMBING
Delay ts Caused by Harvest;
8-Acre Farm Bought;
Plan New House
BRAZIER
RETIRES
been thera on a tour, returned
to Silverton six months later.
Newspaper and feature writers
and even motion picture people
called at the. restaurant to see
the faithful dog. Charles Alexan
der, well known Oregon author,
wrote a book about "Bobbie"
which ia still much read at the
SILVERTON. Sept. 28. The Silverton library.
Keo restaurant was sola ues- The Braziers har ownod
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SPREMO VALLET, .Sept. It
The Spring Valley achool opened.
for work Monday with 39 pnpile
enrolled. School was postponed
one week dua to th children be
ing at . hop yard and jfrune or
chards. Mm. Jesse Sohn la tha
teacher and at present la staying
at tha Ralph Sohn noma.
Tha pruna harvest is almost
over. Most oc tha nruaes war
sold green to tha canneries al
though terns wers dried. A fairly
good crop ia reported.
SweswoM Bay Itaack
Mr. SweswoM of Salem baa par
chased tha IS acra tract which la
tha east portio ef . tLa former
Qlllon farm. Ha plans to build a
honsa daring tha winter and has
improved hia farm by. fencing and
cutting out brush along tha road.
Mr. and Mrs. Ival Utter back
and their daughter and soa movad
into their homo her this weak
from Shedd. Haxal Utter back la
attending hih school in Salem.
Ebberta Hava Guesta
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ebbert n
tertained Sunday as their dinner
guests. Mrs. Ebbert'a aunt, Mrs.
E. L. Maddox. Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
Maddox and Cora Mas and Mr.
and Mrs. M. Roberta all of St.
Helens. Oregon. Mrs. B. I. Mad
dox will remain hera for a few
weeks as tha house guest of her
niece.
Arthur . Tungen and Lawranc
McClure, Four-H club members
are planning to show their hoga
at tha stats fair. Tha Valley
Packing Co. is offering premiums
for tha best pea ot four bogs of
the same litter weighing from
160 to 200 pounds.
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ORAfBE READY FOR
NORTH HOWELL, Sept. SS.
National grange booster night, to
b observed at tha North Hawaii
graaga hall next Satsrday sight
under tha raaaral directloa at
Mrs. Earn Harnos. Iectarer. has
tha following rassassibla for Its
abora at right, Jadg John P. McGoorty, of Chicago Superior Court,
la shown examining tha kola torn in tha sidewalk autsida hia horns by
a bomb, believed by police to have been placed there with intent ta kill
tha Jodga or members ef bis family. Too left is lira. Ada Mover, aa
innocent victim of the osrtrage, as she was treated is a hospital, where H
ia feared she may lose her sight. Lower left is Lee Wilbur Koeppen.
lt-jrear-eld boy, whose eyes were destroyed and his body terribly
ssancid.
day to Mr. and Mrs. George Hub-jReo-for the past 10 years
Dard oi L.yens. ir. ana Mrs.
Frank Brazier are retiring for
the present in an endeavor to re
gain Mr. Brailer's health. For the
past several months Mr. Brazier
has been seriously ill, recently
ha has improved sufficiently to
be up a part of each day. The
new owners took possession at
once.
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Dallas Enrollment
Up Slightly Over '31
DALLAS. Sept. 23 Enrollment
in the Dallas schools on opening
day this year showed a slight in
crease over that of last year ae-
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-t-Lt ,Tvni f.w xrT. Turner. In the high school the
ago when their dog. Babbie, lost "1at ?it7? JLV A,
in Indiana when the Brazier had Te ,U !l" J!!' Tif!
596 against 583 in 1931.
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By EUGENE SHEFFER
HASTE SAVES BXulZJE
RIVERVIEW, Sept. 2S Quick
action on tha part ot neghbors
and friends saved Mrs. Lora Pi
atts home from being destroyed
by flames Tuesday afternoon. The
woodshed and contents were part
ly destroyed. The shed roof was
ignited by sparks from a fire in a
nearby sawdust pile.
TAYLORS HAVE GUESTS
STAYTON. Sept. 28. Mr. and
Mrs. C. B. Taylor had as dinner
guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Ramseyer of Pratum. Rev. and
Mrs. T. Kltngsporn of Salem. Lu-
ciea Buzit of Portland and Aus
tin Mack of Salem.
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SILVERTOX. Sept. 2i. The
October issue of "Hunter, Trap
per. Trader." is of particular in
terest at Silverton as it carries
a story written by Richard Syr
ing. Tha story is "Raising Bull
Frogs" and refers to the frog
farm in Washington.
Syring, who is a graduate of
Silverton schools and later ot the
University of O.sfon, has been
devoting his trrae this past year
to feature writing with the result
that many nationally known mag
asines have carried his articles.
His story of Clark Gable, motion
picture star, which recently ran
in a motion picture magazine, has
been widely copied. On Monday,
pages containing the story trans
lated were received at Silverton
from Cuba. The story was writ
ten in the foreign language but
the pictures were those taken at
the time Gable was employed la
tha Silverton lumber mill and
the same used by Syring in his
article.
Mr. Syring makes his home
with bis parents. Mr. and Mrs,
Frank Syrinx at Silverton.
GETS KEW8 OF BIRTH
GERVAIS. Sept. 2S. Miss
Helen Hiller, cahier of the Ger-
vals State bank, has received
news of the birth ot a soa to
hor sister. Mrs. H. C. Vardlman
of Louisville, Ky.. September 17
He has been named Ronald Gray
Mrs. Vardlman before her mar
rlage was Miss Louise Hiller of
Salem and was employed at the
Hartman Brothers Jewelry store
Isritattoaa, advertising and
welcome. Diadewsa Cllae. Hetea
Wiener, Daisy Bump and Martha
Ylaton.
Decoration and flower shew
Lsla WIesner. Ansa Dsns. Glad
ys waitman. Caroline Aspiawall
aad Anna Hynes.
Lunch: Amy Beer, Florence
Oddie. Bernice Summers, Mlna
Mcllwain, Josephine Steress asd
Amanda Drake.
Membership: E. G. Wlesaer,
K. D. Coomler, L. A. Essos. V.
Vaa Brocklla, Tom Bamp and
Ellis Stevens.
"What Mast be Done to Assure
Agricultural Prosperity will be
tha subject of an, essay by Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Stevens aad Ray
Hewitt of Salem, who will be the
speaker of the evening.
Musical numbers are being ar
ranged and Miss Evanell Esson
of Corvallis will give a reading.
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ZENA. Sept. 28. Mr. and Mrs.
C. M. Purvine have Helen Reid
of Portland as their guest for sn
extended visit. Miss Reid is a
daughter of Mrs. Purvine's broth
er and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Reid.
Meteor Seen
By Two More
Folks, Word
STAYTOy. Sept. 21. Leon
Jordan, eon of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Jordan of this city, is another
one who saw the meteor, men
tioned in The Statesman as hav
ing been seen by a Gervals man
last Friday morning. The boy is
carrier here for the Oregoniaa
and The , Statesman, and neces
sarily is an early riser.
His description tallies with the
Gervals report, that the meteor
was southeast of here, and was
a most unbelieveable sight when
it burst, making a wonderful ar
ray of red and purple light. The
boy claims he heard a noise as
it went through the heavens.
much like that made by a sky
rocket, as it goes through the air
before exploding.
Leon was one of the fortunate
few here to see the Akron, when
it west over this section.
P
Theodore O. Miller, as Moesehart,
ELL, head of the propaganda depart
meat of tha Loyal Order of the
lleeee whas Senator Jamas J. Davis
was director general. Miller ia
earned with Senator Davis is the
lottery indictment, for which the
Senator is new aa trial at the Fed
eral Conrt is New York.
window. It was falling when I
first ssw it, and left a sig-zag
trail of smoke ia the sky. It ex
ploded and dropped ts several
Pieces.
It looked very much like a sky
rocket, and moved very fast The
smoke was visible for Quite s
while after it had dropped.
Seen In Brio District
By MRS. R. S. THURSTON
SCIO. Sept. 28. In answer to
Phillip Evendeas request in yes
terday's paper, will say I to raw
the meteor from my bedroom only candidates for tha office.
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AFTER JUSTICE JDB
SILVERTON. Sept. 28 Alt
O. Nelson has filed his intention
of entering the race for justice
of the peace la the Silverton dis
trict. Mr. Nelson filed Monday.
Mr. Nelson was for years pros
ecuting attorney tor his county
and city ia his former location.
He came to Silverton seven years
ago and is president of the Home
Seekers agency here and also a
practicing attorney. He has adopt
ed for his slogan "Common sense
Justice."
Fraak Alfred, local attorney.
i nomiuated at the spring elec
tion. So far these two are the
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HORIZONTAL
I Who was tb 'King of the
Frank (800-814) ? I
11 What U. S. CengraMBiaD was
author of aa amendment to the
Immigration Bill, barring from
dmiseion to tWe U. S. asy
Japanese except ministers,
members of the professions
and arts, and students ?
12 One who receives certain per
sonal property in trust
14 Who was Empress of Con
sUatinopie (780-802)?
16 To adhere firmly to any course
IT American coin
18 What U. S. Senator from Mop
tana was elected permanent
. chairman at the 1932 Demo
cratic National Convention?:
1 Selenium: chemical symbol I
20 Malay-Negrito savsge of Lo
son i
21 Wear out
2 Mimicker
24 Depart
tS What English statesman. Earl
of Chatham, ' opposed Lord
.j North's American policy, 1774-
1777? j
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27 More antique !
29 What city in Montana has one
i of the greatest seining camps
. in the world 7
3 1 Richard Neville, English statee-
man and soldier, bore what
title j of Warwick?
32 What large river rune Vhrnwfh
the city ef Breslats, rrossia 7
34 Exists
35 Weapons of offense
7A Absent
37 Ta strike lightlr
38 The SoJmne rivev honxis whisk
f the .U. S. (abhr.) on the
wostr
39 A tablet of wood, used as the
surface for aa oU-paintimr
. 41 Part takes by aa actor
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Mtb what town as N. British
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4 What cavalry officer in the
American revolution was nick
named "Lighthorse Harry"?
6 Man's nickname
6 Tha white poplar
7 Fishes
8 What town ia Persia was the
birthplace of Omar Khayyam?
9 What is tho nickname for Yale
Univaraitv?
10 One of the Apostles
id Necessary elements
15 To re-allow
16 Component
18 Keenness of mind
21 To unroof
23 Peevish mood
25 Sweat
2 To yield obedience
28 A barrier
30 Prizes
32 Is indebted to
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35 Davy Crockett, America
frontiersman, was killed
what nsassar n alnrtne Am
Texas war for independence
from Mexico?
3d South American Indian tribe
37 Fortified city in Poland
40 Genoa of herbs
41VWhat is the State flower ef
New Terk State?
43 To spread hay
44 Exclamation of contempt
4 Which ef the U. S. bfcr.) Is
known as The Crews Moan.
State"!
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TOOTS AND CASPER
'Casper Peels No Potatoes"
By JIMMY MURPHY
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WHILE YOU'RE
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ME PEEL THE
POTATOES?
WHOA IM 50PP0SE0
TO BE A. eVUEST HERE
DANNYl NOT ONE
OP THE FAMILY!
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