The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, October 04, 1932, Page 10, Image 10

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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salcin, Oregon, Tuesday Morning. October 4, 1932
Jeanne Vannice. decorations; Irts i
Dorothy Shields, eats, and JuM '
Ana Abraham, program. -,
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Nearly 1 00 Attend Event at
' North " Howell Grange; T
" Hewitt Speaks 1 j
Approximately "100 granfee; mem
bers and their friends gathered In
the North-Howell grange hal Sat
urday night and enjoyed Uhe
booster- program arranged hy leci
turer Mrs. Earl Harman in ob
servance, of National grange
booster night. Visitors were pres
ent from Macleay,' Salem, Silver
ton and Fairfield granges,: .
Roy R. Hewitt of Salem, speak
er of the evening, used as his top
ic, "Is there anything the grange
can do?" and answered it by com
paring the American farmer with
the farming class of other coun
tries where he had visited and
stressing the fact that the grange
has a great part In the work of
cooperation and teamwork against
the burden of depression.
- An essay on, ,'What must be
done to assure agricultural pros
perity," prepared by Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Stevens was read by Mr.
Stevens and a letter from Nation
al Master Louis I. Tabor, address
ed to rural workers everywhere,
was read by Helen Wiesner.
Readings by Evan ell Essdn, a
student at O. S. C, and Mrs. L.
A. Esson, a solo by Mrs. Martha
Viaton, music and community
singing completed the program
after which a pleasant social hour
was enjoyed. Special mention
should be accorded the fine - dis
play of flowers "which was very
well arranged by the committee
in charge. '
Dahlias, gladiolus, marigolds,
roses, zinnias, hydrangeas, anem
ones, Michaelmas daisies, balton
la and other varieties of fall ast
ers were much admired by all
flower lovers.
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He may not be the prettiest thing in the world, but tittle Betty Wade, of
Newark, N. J- thinks this English bull is the best and most faithful friend
a trirl ever had. Though the dosr has not won any priies for facial beauty.
k he has been declared the best dog of his breed on three occasions, the
latest at -the annual show of the Tuxedo Kennel Club (N. X.J. Bettys
sweet smile offsets the stern aspect of her vet.
JEFFERSON, Oct.: 8. Elmer
Redmond and family are moving
to the Elmer. Lamb farm a mile
north of Jefferson. William Skel-
ton was: assisting the Redmonds
with moving,-and was putting gas
Into the: tank after dark with the
aid of a 'lantern.' The" gasoline ex-.
pioded, burning the top of the car.
but through the efforts of a nam
, ber of men around, '.the fire was
put out before the entire ear was
burned, I . .
'E. H Abel and E. M. Abel re
ceived word -Sunday morning from
: Grants Pass that their, father bad
passed away. They left Sunday af
ternoon for that city. They are
employed on the new bridge here.
and are staying at the Earl Phelps
home. . ...
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Epley are
me parents of a son born to them
at their country home southeast
of here Sunday. October 2. The
baby weighed eight pounds and he
has been named Eugene Neil. This
Is the first child.
Mrs. J. J. Denson of Carlton
was the guest of her brothers, Joe
and Paul McKee and their families
at the Terminal Friday and -Sat
nrday. . . .
Mrs. George C. Mason under
went a major operation, at the Al
bany general . hospital Saturday
morning. She is getting along
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LIBERTY. Oct 3 Prune har-
The next regular grange meet- vest j, OTer ln tne Red Hing 6ec
Ing will be Friday evening, Octo
ber 14, when plans for the annual
corn show will be completed
TALBOT. Oct. 3 National
booster day was observed Satur
day night by Anleny grange. An
open meeting was held with a spe-
tion and nearly all driers complet
ed their season's run, thelast to
be through over the weekend. The
unusually fine weather made con
ditions for every phase of tie
work easier and pleasanter and
no cracked prunes.
Prune men are unanimous in
declaring the fruit fine this year,
though the crop was light. They
cial program prepared by the lec
turer, Roswell Wright. The Sid- declare the fruit to be of the best
ney-Talbot Farmers' tnion mem- i quality ia years, in flavor, sub-
bers were special guests of the
Program was a song by juve
nile grange members, harmonica
solo, Virgil Calavan; pantomine,
"I'm afraid to go home in the
dark," by Mina Turner and Jake
Brown; patriotic skit, Dale Turn
Idge, Frank Brown, Frank: Gil-
stance and drying quality. It held
up wonderfully and ran to larger
sizes than is unuslly the case ln
heavy crops.
Some growers had 30-35 test.
A lot of the tonnage went 30-40
with very little going much
mour and Donald Gilmour; i reci
tation, Kreta Calavan; minute di- I Dnnv Qf-filr Rvtr
Mr mnA Mra J W Oil- I JJ wJlXUt-CS DUJT
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in race as ioutlis
mour: song, Roswell Wright and
Rex Hartley; song, Roswell
Wright: Spanish dance, Mina
Turner and Jame Brown.
Music May
'Buy' Books
For Library
SILVERTON. Oct 3. The li
brary report submitted to the city
council Monday night shows that
September was not as big a read
ing month as August. The library
board lays this to the fact that
prune picking, hop picking, start
ing of schools and the state fair
occupied the attention of many
readers. The first Saturday ln Oc
tober the library circulation was
larger than ln any one day for
two months.
, The report gives loans for Sep
tember as 1095, new readers add
ed 17, books removed from cir
culation 9, donation of books 6,
and books purchased 21.
Donations are credited to Prof.
Hal Campbell and Miss Helen
The library board is enthusias
tic over the suggestion of Profes
sor Campbell, who has donated
many books to the reading room
of the library, that perhaps a con
cert could be arranged for the
Two People Injured
As Auto Collides
With Electric Pole
HOPEWELL, Oct. 3 An acci
dent occurred Thursday night on
the corner at Gust Setalas when a
sedan ran head-on Into an electric
light pole. Miss Leona Carson
and the driver were the only oc
cupants. Both were hurt quite
seriously, the driver receiving
head injuries and suffering from
loss of blood. The car was de
molished. Hopewell school was postponed
and was opened October 3. Mrs.
Ray Cocel Is teaching this term.
Work has been started on a
county road one mile north of the
Hopewell store, to connect the
main highway with one to the
Eola Hills.
Paul Furer Lines
His Corn Against
Best From Aurora
Try tO Get Speed benefit of the library, Aeadmis-
r I sion to which would bevm book.
corn field at Aurora mentioned in
Sunday's Statesman will have to
be an unusually fine one If it is
going to be one owned by Paul
Furer. Paul has nine aces of corn
that stands about 10 feet high
and the ears run as large as 13V4
inches. Some ears have 28 ker
nels of corn ln one row.
Kern Dodge (left), Philadelphia Director of Public Safety, is shown as
nrmm-ntA th PrnttiAi Aeronautical TrODhv. the Quaker City's
highest aviation award, to Henry A. (Tony) Little, after he bad won
the featured race at tne American iegion air circu m rniuejium.
This is the nity-iourtn tropny won oy urai ai thiom air ww
CLEAR LAKE. Oct. 3 The La
dles' Improvement club will hold
its first fall, session at the club
room Wednesday, October S with
an all day meeting. Quilting will
be the main business.
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Watt are
the proud parents of an 84 -pound
boy at the General hospitaT at Sa
lem, born September 30, the
young man will be called Harold
Miss Texla Bos track has four
beginners ln her room this year.
who are: Russel Truitt, Mina
Stolk, Jimmle Hammock and Ron
ald Bair. Miss Bostrack came
from home on the bus and Miss
Neal boards with Mrs. Bertha
Walter Coonse is putting up a
new house on his place, Just
across the road from the Mrs.
Schagg place. Mr. and Mrs. Haver
camp and family have moved
from the LaFollette place over
near St. Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Eby and little
daughter Luelle went up to Hood
River to pick apples last week.
Also Mr. and Mrs. Orey and fam
ily and Orvllle Herrold are there.
Petitions For Mail
Are Out; Registry
Books Close Oct. 8
WEST SALEM. Oct. 3 A petl
tion is being circulated requesting
that mail delivery be restored to a
portion of Cascade drive that was
formerly served, but now disc on
Registration books will be
closed the night of October 8, and
any unregistered voters wishing
to cast a ballot at the November
election are advised that the place
for registration Is at the h6me of
Mrs. J. Irvln Miller on Third
street. Mrs. Miller is also city re
corder. This also applies to those
voting at the city election, which
will be conducted at the city hall
November 8.
- Fairfield, Oct, I. The boost
en program held Friday might
at Fairfield grange hall was well
received by fair sized crowd.
. Numbers presented were: :
Welcome by Ben Hall, master:
song, -The Bisque Doll" by a
group 1 from Fairfield - school;
songs by young people of the
grange; a burlesque with eight
grange members comically dress
ed: a talk. "Grange - Achieve
ments, by Mrs. Don Du Rette,'
lecturer; and violin solo, "Love's
Dream" by Miss Florence Da
At the conclusion of the pro
gram, Willitm L. Teutsch, assis
tant county sgent leader, spoke
Interestingly on "Agriculture's
New' Frontiers." He pointed out
that overproduction as so many
suppose Is not the cause or the
present depression; but rather,
high tariff, the credit system.
and- the natural result ' of the
World wax.
' The first Home Economies
club, meeting . of 'tne - season' will
be held Thursday, afternoon, Oc
tober' , and' all members are urg
ed no. attend .as plans7 for. fall
work will be discussed. .Grange
meets October" 13. V . ' '
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Miss Hibotham '
Head of Juvenile
Circle, Silverton
ile Circle No. 84 of the Neigh
bors of Woodcraft, elected offi
cers Saturday afternoon as fol
Past Guardian. Frances Higln-
botbam: Guardian. Hasel Tal
bot; Advisor, Margaret Hlglnbo-
tham; Magician. Helen Seeley;
Attendant, : Wanda Scott; clerk.
Margery Hillman; banker, Mary
Seeley: Captain. Iran Jones;
sentinels. Jean Jones and Patri
cia Prather; frag bearers. Bar
bara Jean Palmer and Betty Jean
Higglnbotham; guards. Cheater
Everson. Richard Nelson, Max
Pitney and Junior Seeley.
HAZEL GREEN, Oct. 3. Mrs.
Ellen Van Cleave is visiting her
niece. Miss Bertha Van Cleave, of
Salem. Mrs. Van Cleave s sister,
Mrs. Katherlne Bashor of San
Francisco, is also a guest of Miss
Van Cleave. Mrs. Van Cleave and
Mrs. Bashor are daughters of Ad'
am Brumbough, pioneer of 185 S.
Nine Girl Scouts
To be Invested at
Service on Friday
AMITY, Oct. 8. At the regular
weekly meeting of the girl scouts
it was decided to hold an Invee
ture service Friday, October 7, at
7:30 p. m. Nine girls will be In
vested as girl scouts. These girls
must successfully pass their ten
derfoot test and have been pres
ent at at least four meetings.
Those meeting these requirements
are Dorothy and Mantha Groves,
Lela and Dorothy Shields. Bar
bara Zahler, Jeanne and Julia
Ann Abraham, Hulda Muller,
Jeanne Vannice and Iris Stsvens.
Committees ln shargs are Doro
thy Groves, general chairman;
SWEGLE. Oct. S Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence 'Meyer are moving Into
Salem where their son Lewis will
attend sehooL-- -
The Swegle community dab
will begin, holding Its - regular !
monthly meetings Friday, October I
7. at t o'clock. . In. place of th !
usual entertainment program, the t
president; John Whitehead, an- l
nounees this meeting to be "faa-
ily circle style and Invites the '
many families who have settled la ,
the district to attend. ; . , :
Election 'of officers will bo tho
feature of the evening' and piano
for another active season dls- 1
cussed. Coffee will bo served Ttf '
tho club.' members are requested
to bring cake. - . - .
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hoffman .
family spent Saturday and Sunday
ln Sandy visiting relatives. Tbo
many friends t kWm. , Kroepllm J
surpnsea aim eunoay win
birthday party. . ... ; :
Large Turnout For
' Epworth Leaguers..
Gathering:, Amity,
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AM ITT, Oct. S The Amity Ep- -worth
league enjoyed a get to
gether party at tho Methodist
church. Tho evening was spent la '
playing games. Refreshments of .
cake, sandwiches nd punch, wer
served. . .
Those present were as follows
La Verne Cannell, Oertmde Can
nell. Jessio Cannell Jeanne Abra
ham. Gwendolyn Davidson, Betty
McCaff erty, L o r o B o Tompklxs.
Eleanor Massey, Barbara Rogers,
Mildred Petrle, Myrtle Petrie.
Perry Ned row, Carl Loop. Harry
Nedrow, H o m o r Davis, Loon
French Royal Cochran, Keaneth
Massey, Johnnie Wood. Chest? r
Stephens.. Paul Duchein. Ralph,
Wood. Clyde Earl. John Hlgkt.
Gene Stullenberger. Mr. and Mr.
Nicholson and Mr. and Mrs. Fret
Faculty Members
To Guide 4-H Club
Project in Aurora
LYONS, Oct. 3 Neal, the eight
year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Law
rence Trask, .was badly cut and
bruised about the face this after
noon when a pony kicked him.
The boy with his older cousins
was playing about the Trask
home, riding a Shetland pony be
longing to the Lawrence Trask
children. The older boy Darrel
AURORA, Oct. 3 Four-H work
will begin ln the public school
this week. Principal E. J. Church Trask was on the pony which had
will have charge of manual train-1 got tired of being ridden and In
lng. Miss Eatenger, cooking. Miss I order to make it go faster Darrel
Kitts, basket weaving and Miss I had Neal to go along behind it
Prof. Campbell Is director of the
high school band and orchestra
which have won so much fame for
Silverton during the past year.
New books added this past week
are: Ayers, "Man Made the Tow";
Payne, "These Changing Years";
"Edgar Allen Poe's Tales"; Hen-
driyx, "Downey of the Mounted"
Gibbs. "The Hidden City"; Ros-
man, "Visitors to Hugo"; Broun,
'Our Army at the Front."
Amity Couple Reach
46 Years Together
AMITY. OcL 3 Mr. and Mrt.
E. W. Stullenberger were pleas
antly surprised by friends ctd
neighbors,' the occasion being
their 48th wedding anniversary.
Those present to wish then
many more years of happiness
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Callendar
and Everett. Mr. and Mrs. W. W,
Yannea, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Gei
sy, Mrs. Julia Coulter. Mrs.
tella Ballon, Mrs. Jessio Mahood,
Frank 8tullenberger. Gene Stul
lenberger, Jr and Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Stullenberger.
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Hurst will instruct ln sewing.
Tho teachers have enrolled for
courses at the 17. of O. extension
- school in Portland and drive ln
two evenings of each week. Prin
elpal Church and Miss Kitts are
working for their master's degree I him to Stayton
and the others are working for I several stitches
with a whip.
In whipping the pony it kicked.
striking the eight year old boy in
the face with both feet, cutting
his nose open badly and blacking
one eye. The boy's parents took
It necessitated
to close the
School Youngsters
Will Get Tomatoes
Aplenty For Lunch
Glenn Fischer Weds
Miss V. Williams
15 Pupils Enrolled
. Vir 1 HI C11UUU. iUCT Will 1BU
First Week at ShaW day next week for the
LIBERTY, Oct. 3 News of the
marriage of Vatrae Williams and
Glen Fischer came as a complete
surprise to their friends. ' They
were married on Thursday in Van
couver and are at present domi
ciled with the groom's parents at
Salem Heights. Both young peo
ple are well known here and pop
ular members of the younger set.
Mrs. Fischer Is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Williams of
this district. They both attended
Salem high school.
SILVERTON, Oct. 3 A 10
found son was -born to Mr, ' and
Mrs. Dan Rlveness (Marie Cor
house at the Silverton hospital
SHAW, Oct. 3 The Shaw pub
lic school opened last week with
Miss Jessie Richards teacher. This
is Miss Richards third year at
Shaw. The enrollment this year
Is 15, smaller than the past years.
; Pupils are Ernest McAllister,
Dean Kaminska, two beginners,
Arthur Wolf, Gordon McAllister
and Robert Neeland, fourth grade,
Geraldine Keene, Clarence Brown
ell and Jeanette Kaminska, fifth
grade; Melvin Brownell, Doris
Frankie, and Clifford Kaminska,
seventh grade; Sheldon Barry.
Emma McAllister, and Robert
Barry ( eighth grade.
AUMSVILLE, Oct. 3 A group
of P. T. A. members met all day
at the 'school house and canned
111 quarts of tomatoes to be used
ln the hot lunches that are spon
sored every winter by this asso
ciation. They will also meet one
same pur
pose. -
Members and children are ask
ed to bring an empty Jar or bot
tle. They are also asking for do
nations of tomatoes. Mrs. T. C.
Mountain Is president of the as
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Hubbard 4-H Lads
Receive Winnings
At Fair Contests
HUBBARD, Oct. 3 Bob 8tauf-
fer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Stauffer won first for the son In
tho father-son stock Judging eon-
test at tho fair. Eddie Stauffer,
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Stauffer
won second on his biscuits and
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WACONDA. Oct. 3 J. W.
Friday: This is their second son. IWarraier wan nainfnll tn'timd
The Rivenesses now live at Mar-last week; when his right handNormn BUnffer, son of Mr. and
quam wnere they operate a store caught in the ensilage cutter, al- aiauuer won aixtn on
and post office. Both are former I most nevei-in th thnmh --a I biscuits. Marjorie Rich, daughter
Birverton young people. forefinger. . I OI mr- ua r. men won
...-":.... I third prise on her Guernsey calf.
O I AH are members of the ' 4-H
clubs. , i
' ! "Nature in the
Raw as por
trayed by the i
clout battle be
, uvcen the python,
'.and the tiger...
. In .Frank Buck's
thrilling motion
picture, "Bring
'Em Bade Alive."
filmed from nature
J intheMalay jungle.'-
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Prayer Meeting is
Set Day Ahead For
Hazel Green Group
HAZEL GREEN. Oct. 3 Rev.
Morris Goodrich,' leader for the
Salem district held the first quar
terly conference of tho year Sun
day noon. Mr. Goodrich gave an
Inspiring address to tho Christian
Endeavor group. Rev.-C. Smith.
pastor, announces tho change of
prayer-meeting from Thursday to
Wednesday, to meet at the par
sonage at 7:30 p. m. The regular
monthly, official board meeting 1
will follow prayer meeting.
i The Sunday school Is planning
for promotion day October S."
and raw tobaccbs
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have 110 place in cigarettes
After one of the heaviest votes ever east in tho State primaries, Governs?
. Philip La Folletto (left), of Wisconsin, champion of tie Progressive
Taction, went down, to defeat before former Governor Walter J. Kehlet .
Conservative, for the RepubUean nomination for Governor. Observers
&y that KobJer victory Is significant inasmuch as H is an indlcatic.
hat tho Lo Fellette dynasty, which has governed Wisconsin over a perio
.. of a-roarterof century, has fallen from powsr, "
Waconda Community
Club MeeU Oct. 5
WACONDA. Oct. J Mrs. C
C. Russell will be the first host
ess of the season Wednesday. Oc
tober S, to members of tho Wa
conda Community club, at' her
nome in Mission Bottom; Plans
for tho year's work. will h th
main business. AU members are
urged to bt present at this meet'
They arc not present in Luckies
. . the mildest cigarette,
you ever smoked
buy the finest, the very finest
tobaccos in all the world but
that ' docs : not explain' -why. folks
everywhere regard Lucky Strike as
;thc xnildcst dgarctte. The fact is, we
never overlook the truth that 'Nature
in the Raw is Seldom Mild" so
these fine tobaccos, after proper aging
and mellowing, arej then given the
benefit of that Lucky Strike purifying
process, described by the words
"It's toasted' V That's why folks in
every city, town and hamlet -say that
Ludua sie such mild dgiretttt. ' '
That packa- of mT?d ti?eklei .7
' Vlf ma tcri ahetttr hJt,pruKh s letitrterma, ! mJtt s letter wmst-trtf than bis aergbhor, tht hi
' huU hh toast h the wds,tb uvrld viU msb Un fatbtota JW."-Ami AIDO EUQLSOH.
Docs noic tbis eacplain this wodd-de 9cceuacz tod ajrarrti of Lady Scritc?