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- The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon Friday Morning, September 30, 1932
PAGE THREE -
Pastors From Northwest to
Be Entertained Next;
Week at Aurora
CLEAN PATH FOR "PROF. SKINNER"
-AURORA, Sept. 1. Tuesday
and Wednesday, October 4 and 5,
Lutheran pastors of the Ameri
can 'Lutheran church from - all
parts of Oregon and Washington
i west of the Cascades and from
j British Columbia, will be enter
tained by Christ Lutheran church
of Aurora. This is a meeting of
pastors where phases of their
work will be discussed, essays on
theological end practical church
matters presented, and special
needs of the times stressed and
spiritual Impetus given.
Tuesday night at 8 o'clock will
be held the conference service,
with sermon by Rev. P. J. Motter
of Vancouver, B. C. The pastors
will attend communion in a body.
A minister's quartet will sing.
Varied Topics Proposed
Among the papers to .be dis
cussed will be: "Communism in
the Light ef the Word of God,"
"How Can a Spiritual Awaken
ing of the Church be Attained?"
"Unemployment and the Church,"
"Can Evolution, as Scientifically
Understood, be Harmonized with
the Lutheran Conception of the
Pall and the Atonement?" "Turn
ing Our Church Societies into
There will also be committee
recommendations by the chair
men on evangelism, christian ed
ucation, student support, finance,
reading course, student service,
Luther league and the state of
Prof; J. P. Pflueger of Pacific
Lutheran college of Parkland,
Wash., is chairman and Rev. A.
T. Knorr of Aurora secretary of
the conference. The sessions be
gin at 9 a. m. daily and continue
with Intermissions till 4:30 p. m.
lleetlngs are open to all and the
public is especially urged to at
tend the evening service.
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HUBBARD, Sept. 29 A new
clock was installed In the tipper
hall ot the school house Wednes
day. It was given to the school by
the senior class of 'S3, which in
cludes the following: Dorothy
Scholl, Irene Higgenbotham, Stan
ley Wolfer, Melvin Troudt, Max
Smomiskr. - Donald Norton, Ben
and Bob Miller. Alfred Paulson,
and Roy Claypool.
The school enrollment eom-
nares very favorably with the en
rollment last year. The attend
ance by grades for both years is
Grade 1033 1031 .
1 14 17
2 . 18 1
S 18 18
4 15 18
B 1 15
k ie 10
8 10 14
High School 55 45
MISSION BOTTOM, Sept. 29.
School opened here this week
with 18 enrolled. Thelma Bar
en or Salem starts her third
year as teacher.
This London crossing sweeper doesn't know it, but he's within touching
distance of the man who has virtual control of bis country's pocketbook.
The distinguished, if somewhat worried looking, gent who is taking
advantage of the dean path made by the sweeper is none other than
Montague Norman, governor of the Bank of England who recently
returned to London from America, where he maararaded under the
"nomine do loan" of "Professor Clarence Skinner.
16th Birthday Party
Motif, Scott Mills
SCOTTS MILLS, Sept. 29 La
Verne Cully was pleasantly sur
prised Tuesday evening at the
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
James Cully, at Crooked Finger.
The occasion was his 16th birth
day. Games were played after
which lunch was served.
Present, besides the honor
guest were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Tay
lor, Miss Wagini, Stella Taylor,
Mrs. Herman Landwlng and three
children, Margaret Violet and
Clarence, Frank and Jean Miller,
Viola and Viona Moberg, Vanetta
Heini, Mary Splonskl, Marion Ma
gee, Alice Cully. Homer Millard,
Paul and Bob Shepherd, Jerome,
John and Joe Splonskl, Jack Tay
lor, Mildred- Kellls, and Mr. and
HORSES VERY CHEAP
EAST WOODBURN, Sept 29
Very cheap horses are to be had
In eastern Oregon, according to
Carl and Ray Feesler, who have
Just returned from there. They
state that what appeared to be
good work horses could be pur
chased for as low as $5.
WACONDA, Sept. 29 T. C.
Brlier who lives on the Pacific
highway five miles northeast of
Waconda is busy at his experi
mental farm developing a new
variety of filbert and brixnuts.
Mr. and. Mrs. Brixey were
among those who made the
"Brixnut tour" held this month.
St. Johns and Carlton orchards
were visited as were the Vander
ake brixnut orchard near Oregon
City and the Stout orchards at
Recent visitors at the Brixey
home were Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
Miller and son Charles, Mr. and
Mrs. M. G. Russi and daughter.
Doris all of Portland.
FARMERS WANT RAIN
EAST WOODBURN, Sept. 29
There is a. lull at present in har
vesting until the digging of pota
toes. A good rain so that fall
plowing could start is what most
farmers are waiting for now.
Glee Club, Scio is
Organized; Boys to
Enroll After Games
Donald F. Stewart, editor of the
Moose Magazine, who was one of
the witnesses In the trial ef Senator
James J. Davis of Pennsylvania
who is charged with eonductfar ille
gal lotteries. Stewart testified that
Senator Davis was merely an hon
orary official of the order and did
not even write the magazine articles
that appeared in the Moos organ
over his signature. -
p. t. i Fiiis cm
XALL8 CITt. Sept. 29. The
first fall P. T. A. meeting Mon
day night was called to order by
tha president, lira. J-B. Hatch.
The song service was led by Mr.
Barnhart. followed . with prayer
by Mr. Jlelber. Mr. Barnhart was
elected treasurer, filling the va
cancy made by Mr, Kaufman
leaving. - . N ; "
It was decided to continue
serving refreshments ! at the P.
T. A. meetings throughout the
school year, also to continue the
soup kitchen at the grade school
building. A program -will be giv
en later for the benefit of the
Refreshments were served af
ter the meeting by the following
women, Mrs. J. B. Hatth, Mrs.
P. Speerstra, Miss Irma Locke,
Miss Lurena Treat and Miss El
1 78 South Commercial
Follow Your Neighbor to
Walker's and Save
Clear Lake Brings
Back Banners From
Sunday School Meet
CLEAR LAKE, Sept. 21 Sev
eral attended the Sunday school
convention at Lake Lablsh school-
house on Sunday. A crowd attend
ed. All enjoyed a basket dinner at
noon. Clear Lake Sunday school
carried away three of the banners
this time, two In the junior de
partment and one for the growth
;ilr. P. Englebrecht and family
are moving from Clear Lake to
Hopmere this week.
Mrs. Orril Garner is helping
her brother and wife, Albert Gi-
rod, run an eating stand at the
fair grounds this week.
Mrs. Art Baker received word
from her daughter Mrs. Roy Mc-
Cung, who lives at Hillsboro of a
new daughter, Juanita Mae, born
SUVER, Sept. 29. The Suver
postoffice will be- discontinued
September "30 on account of the
mall train being taken out along
this line. The mail will come from
Monmouth route 2. Harry Hun
ter, who has been carrier for the
Suver vicinity for several years.
will be transferred to Monmouth.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester West
(Clara Belle Parker), who were
recently married, are now on
Aurora Club Back of
Primitive Area Move
AURORA', Sept. 2t. The Aur
ora Rod and Gun elub is cooper
ating with, similar clubs and with
the Salem chamber of commerce
in an effort to have several hun
dred square miles in the ML Jef
ferson basin set aside by the gov
ernment as a primitive area,
ML Jefferson, upon whose sides
are many lakes, is ideal for
families or sportsmen to pitch
their tents for an outing.
Oleo, pound . . .So
Pork Roast, lb . . . So
Best shoulder cut
Shortening, 3 lbs. 22o
Hamburger, lb . . .Oo
Mutton Roast, lb . . . 60
Beef Roast, lb . . .Qo
Open Till 9 p.m. Saturday NigHt
m. j. a
3 lb. Can
2 lbs. Rice
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SCIO. Sept. 2.9 The glee cluh.
under the direction of Doris
Clarke, held Its first meeting
Wednesday and organized. Of
ficers for the year were elected.
After football season boys will
be admitted to the glee club.
This is the first year they have
been allowed membership.
Officers are: President, Rose
Silbernagel; rice-president, Ve-
loris Crenshaw; secretary. Nor
ma Jean Mumper; treasurer, Ve-
neta McClain; librarian, Ruby!
LaVaun Gardner and Ruby
Rosprafka haye been chosen accompanists.
FREE 2 Crystal White
with 3 Bars Palmolive....
Log Cabin Syrup, med
jA7T7r? FEDERAL BRAND
Ay; U U UJ cvTaii can
Pals Dog Food., t for
t for 23c S.O. 8 Pad Size..
Fruit Jars, Ball Maton Qt. 89c; Eclipse QU $1.09
Gold Medal 9 lb. Sks.
Kitchen Tested Flour.
Jello, All Flavors.... -
Jello Ice Cream Powder 3 for 25c
Stayton Turns Out
For State Fair in
WEST STAYTON, Sept. 2S.
A large number of families of
this community attended the state
fair Monday. West Stayton Is rep
resented at the fair with an at-
The bean and tomato crops are
neaiing an end, baring been
much under the arerage. '
The R. R. Hendry family of
Yamhill has mored onto the Brle
deu place. Mr. Hendry Is a suc
cessful raiser of white turkeys.
The two children, Joyce, senior,
and Roderick, sophomore, hare
entered high school at Aums-
rille. The family has been want
ing to locate In this irrigated
section for several years but were
unable to find a suitable place
Diamond -i g Pink Q Of. Matches, . -Q
Crystal Salt . . L for IOC Salmon O t or bo carton X Jl
Zee Toilet r OO. ToUet lA OC. Peet's Wed. med. soap f-
Tlssne O for LoC Soap 1U bars LDQ. Washing Powder .. . lfl
Babo Ift O OC- OUes, 1(jr
Cleanser ltlC Shrimp Jeans faJt tall cans XVU
Bliss OP Pork & Beans, C Cr
Coffee loC Campbell's Oystero Ol can
Post's Bran Flakes
m OUR MARKET
FAT, YOUNG AND TENDER 3 - 4J4 lbs. average
Fri. and Sat. only
Cut from Corn Fed Hogs
, juicy ;
Cut from Young; Beef
Ec lb. .
U Stroke Takes Thomas,
Q Oregon City Hospital
( f 1 '11
3 935 South Commercial St. i
Special 4-Day Sale Friday to Tuesday September 30th to October 4th, Inclusive
Pure cane granulated. Free with
each purchase 2 Pounds of Pow- y T() J
idered or Brown Sugar. Jv
To TTD TS? V?
1ST Vii iiU
l2 lb. tin
Priced to Induce a trial
49 lb. sack
AURORA. Sept. i. The death
of Asa C. Thompson, 68, of Myrtle
Point, came unexpectedly at an
Oregon City hospital Wednesday
at 4:30 p. m. Death followed a
stroke of apoplexy.- He was a
member of an old family ot the
Needy country and a former teach
er In the Aurora school, and re
turned to the ralley Sunday to he
with relatives and to regain his
Surviving him are four sisters,
Mrs. Fred Will. Mrs. Lucius Sim
kins and Mrs. Marcus Smith, all of
Aurora, and Mrs. Frank Popejoy
of OroTille, Cal., and two broth
ers, Alrln Thompson of Aurora
and Andrew O. Thompson of Ber-i
Arrangements for funeral serv
ices are Incomplete.
FOR PAVN TAKTTS
at your door
Scores of unusual values
Remember we are open from early in the morning until late at night
wholly for your convenience. Our salesmen work on a double shift plan so
that no one need put in more hours than his regular working time requires.
They are quite well satisfied with this arrangement and also with ths re
muneration which is as high or higher than grocery salesmen receive In
any otner organization.
- CARD SERIES OPENS
GERVAIS. Sept 29. Sacred
Heart parish opened Its series , of
card parties at the parish, hall
Tuesday night with nearly 109
present. Pedro and BOO were In
play, followed by- refreshments
and an hour of dancing to mu
sic from the Schlndler orchestra.'
Prises for high score In S00 went
to Mrs. A. A. Kllnger and Peter
Schlechter and In Pedro to J
nle Doran and Jo Zellner. Joe
Woelke held the lucky number
for the door prise.
0 tall cans
Floor Blue Seal, 41
lb. sack tSc, Bbl.. .
Crackers Snowflake Sodas S
Limit ... 14K2C
Syrap Max-l-mum I lb. qq
can I5c, IH lb. can... OOC
Pancake Floor Max-i- 1 ff
mum SH lb. pkg 19C
Tomatoes Standard PkOff
S No. 1U cans LoZ
Coffee, Edwards or
Dependable, Pound ....
Poet Toastlea, Balloon Free
with purchase, of
1 Packages IOC
BhM Rose Rice,
51. JT. B.. Coffee with 4 lbs. of
M. J. B. Rice Free! . QQ
8 lbs OSJC
Airway Coffee, OQ
Rimso Soap Powder 1Q
Large Pkg 15JC
Sunbrite Cleanser "I A '
S Cans lvC
Jell-Well Dessert II.
S Pkgs. 14C
Household Brooms 4 Q
Kitcbem Brooms OQ
Each ... WC
Beans, Red Idaho or "1 Q
Small White, B lbs 19C
Baby Lima 10
Beaaa, I lbs 1JC
Rice Fancy 1 f
California, I lbs.. . .... 1 1 C
Fruit and Vegetable
Concords X-sT )
Make yaar grape Jelly tow JS"'
Finn solid beads '
Oregoa No. P. WgNl
Ovcct Potatoes fip
Try tbea eaadied g tta. j
HIGH WELL UNDER WAY
GERVAIS. Sept. !. The high
school la now well organized with
89 pupils enrolled. Principal
Tumbleson.. called meeting of
teachers Monday morning, when
rules and regulations were giv
en, out. At thla time It was also
decided, that the . first ' dramatic
work let the. year, would ba a
student - body play under : direc
tion ot .Mr. .'Buchanan. ;.
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" BACK FROM TILLAMOOK
EAST WOODBURN, Bept it.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Murphy and son.
Max hare returned from visiting
reiatlTea and friends In Tillamook
eounty. They formerly' Ured In
that eounty where they conducted
a dairy ranch. Murphy-thinks con
ditions better there than in the j
rauey and- would , ilka, to more
PAY'W TAKTT IMffiT FEATURES
CHOICE BEEF 03 ;
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Ilelp the Grower
To bake or bofl .
We Reserve the RljM to Limit Quantities. None. Sold to Dealers.