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The OREGON STATESMAN. Saten.' -Oregon, Thursday Blomlnjr, October IS, 1S32
B DIRECT RELIEF
Many Dallas Groups Favor
able to Putting Work
Under one Head
RESCUE ATTEMPT ENDANGERS
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DALLAS, Oct. 12. Relief work
In Dallas the coming winter will
be carried on by the Red Cross or
ganization, it was decided at a
meeting held Monday night, when
representatlTes from the lodges.
churches, civic groups and wom
en's clubs discussed the matter
W. S. Mulr, president of the cham
ber of commerce, presided at a
dinner meeting held at the Pres
Earle Richardson, who headed
the Asociated Charities that han
dled the local relief work last
winter, reported on the amount of
money raised and disbursed and
the manner in which the work was
handled. Dr. A. B. Starbuck, who
has been chairman of the local
Red Cross, stated that a charter
to organize a county Red Cross
chapter has been applied for. and
that 22 county relief units are be
ing organized at the request of
the county court and these groups
will be agisted by and cooperate
with the Red Cross and the coun
ty, court. Ha also stated that fur
' ther supplies of flour and cotton
- materials will be available for dis
tribution, ' ..
Judge O. I Hawkins, speaking
for the county ; court, said .there
would be Uttle road . relief ' work
this winter but they would work
through the Red Cross in every
way possible. Mrs. Charles N. Bil
yeu, who has served as secretary
treasurer of both the Associated
Charities and the Red Cross for
the past year, described the man
ner in which the records were
kept, eases inTestlgated, handling
of used clothing and classes of re
lief work handled.
After some discussion by those
present as to policies, and rais
ing of funds, the representatives
present voted to carry out the re
lief work this winter under the
direction of the Red Cross, with
the request that Earle Richard
son head the Dallas unit and Dr.
Starbuck remain as chairman for
Several county unit chairmen
are still to be appointed and as
soon as this is completed a meet
ing will bo called to discuss plans
for the annual Red Cros roll call
and the method of reporting cases
to avoid duplications.
In Dallas It will be necessary to
raise other funds in addition to
those received from the roll call
and this will probably be done by
a subscription of all employed per
sons covering a period of several
Maurice Dalton stated that the
chamber of commerce has been
pleased to cooperate. In the relief
work by supplying the needed of
fice room and the services of their
secretary. Mrs. Bilyeu, without
cost to the relief organization
and would do so again.
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Gates Woman is Chosen
District Rebekah Chief
At Big Mill City Confab
Cash Roberts Called
East: Sister is III
This army amphlbUn narrowly escaped disaster when tt landed ea
heavy seas m an attempted rescue ef army pilots who crashed la
another plane near Koke Head, Hawaii. The ampbibUan crew waa
not injured, bat one man In the. ether plane was killed and another
disappeared. The amphibian had to be tower ashore.
AID IN DEDICATION
DALLAS, Oct 12 Dedication
services for the new Seventh Day
Adventlst church were held Sun
day afternoon.: . : -
. The program opened with "vi
olin solo by Miss Barbara Powers
of i Monmouth accompanied . by
Mrs. Miller of Monmouth. A talk
by R6V. C. J. Cole, pastor of the
church, followed. Rev. Cole used
"In Memoriam'V as his subject.
He told of the history of the old
church which was originally, the
old South Methodist church.: The
old church was built C9 years ago.
and had housed three different re-'
Pastor A. M. Cole gave a short
talk on the missionary work in
the islands off the coast of New
Guinea. Miss E. Starbuck of Port
land, Sabbath school secretary of
the Oregon conference, , told of
the work In the Sunday schools
of the state. This was followed by
a number by the male quartet
from Salem, composed of A. V.
Oliver, S. Logan. D. R. Schierman,
and W. J. Butler. They were ac
companied by Mrs. Logan. .
The mam address was given by
Rev. George W. Pettit. He took
his sermon from Chronicles 2.
and II. A dedicatory prayer was
given by Rev. Schierman of Sa
In Mill City
- nUL C1TT, Oct. 12. With
the , closing of the regtstratioa -books
Saturday might, 149 new
names were added, only few
of them' being those who had
not voted four years ago. Drir-V
lag the. spring registration 0O
new names were added. Accord-
lag to M. J. Knerr who has had '
charge, of the registration books
for many years in the Mill City
precinct on the Iirus county aide
thl&. la the; largest registration
ever ihade nt one time Of new
names,-'.- - --'''".
TJnnsnal Interest Is .being
taken tn the prohibition ques
tion by. women voters and this
la estimated to be a great factor
In the increase of registrations.
As has been the ease in years
past those registering give the
republican party about two to
one lead over the democrats.
MITiT. PITY. not. 1 2 -Th lariv I meeiJnra Ux vara rw wIias tlia
est attendance at any -annual con-1 convention was held ",,M!lltttyJ CurtW Emery Head
ORCHARD HEIGHTS, Oct. 12.
Cash Roberts left Monday for St.
Louis, Mo., where he wss called
by the Illness of his sister, Mrs.
Bly Weatherhead. No hope is held
for her recovery and the date of
Roberts' return is uncertain.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edgar drove
to Portland Sunday and visited
their daughter, Mrs. Zach Eakins,
In the Portland sanitarium where
she Is slowly convalescing from a
Dr. F. M. Hellwarth took a
ton and a half of dried prunes
home with him to Toledo from
his farm here. The fruit will be
used this winter In welfare work.
yeatloii of the Rebekah assembly
of District No. 7 was that of-Saturday
s. when delegates and mem
bers of the' organization met-in
Mill City. -At the afternoon ses
sion, which was a closed one,
there were 114 women present.
Due to the fact that the I. O. O. F.
lodge was holding a convention In
the city at the same time none of
the men holding membership In
the Rebekah lodge attended the
latter convention. To Mrs. Frank
Taylor who was the outgoing
chairman of the district assembly,
is due much of the success of the
meeting. Joe Formick, president
of the Marion county I. O. 0. F.
asociation, presided. over the meet
ing of the association.
The afternoon session of the
Rebekahs was held In the I. O.
O. F. hall while those of the I. O.
O. F. association were held In the
Four-L hall. The association takes
in all the lodges of Marion county
while those of the Rebekah dis
trict No. 7 comprise the lodges at
Detroit. Gates, Mill City, Lyons,
Stayton and Scio.
Stayton Members Drill
Mrs. Grace Taylor presided over
the convention.- Mrs. Genevieve
Scott was vice-chairman and Mrs
Abbie Geertson secretary,
drill team of the Stayton lodge
seated the convention officer, af
ter which the team put on a fancy
drill, at the same time presenting
each of the officers with a lovely
During the afternoon some part
of the ritualistic work was given
by a delegation from each lodge
present. Mrs. Maude Rogers of En
terprise, assembly president; Mrs
Esther Frisbee Bond of - Halsey
vice-president of the assembly.
and Mrs. Grace Christensen of
Portland, warden of the assembly,
were present, as were also two
past assembly presidents, Mrs,
Hallie Ingle of Albany and Mrs.
Ethel Meldrum of Milwaukie. For
ty-eight members were in attend
ance from outside the district.
New Officers Elected
Just before the close of the af
ternoon session the officers for
the next district convention were
elected with Mrs. Genevieve Scott
of Gates being elected to the of
fice of district chairman, Mrs. Bo-
deker of Lyons district vice-chair
man and Mrs. Ruby Horner of
Gates secretary. The next meeting
will i)e held In Gates. This Is the
second time that Mrs. Taylor has
At 5:10 o'clock the members of
both - organizations ' met ; in Ham
mond hall for the banquet and at
o'clock the evening, program
was started. This waA. an open
meeting . and S 1 4 were : present.
said to be a record tn attendance
at any lodge function in the his
tory of the city.
Of Pupa Booster
Group at Pringle
FRDfGLE, Oct. 11. The PTin
gle Boosters club, composed of the
pupils In Mrs. Clara Rees' room,
met for the first time Friday af-
The program was opened with I ternoon. Officers for the next two
musical selections by the orchea- months were elected, as follows:
tra from Silverton and the same President, Curtis Emery; vice
orchestra presented musical selee- president. Wane Nunn; secre
tions several times later during tary, Ruby Foster; captain of ln
the program. Mrs. Gourley gave a door teams, Anthony Nunn and
comic reading, "On Being Clinic": Jack Whitney. The president ap-
Mrs. Nina Wadsworth-Kahler de- pointed the following committees
lighted the audience with a group I for the week: Conduct, Ruby Fos
of piano numbers, and a trio com-1 ter and Roger Penny; grounds,
posed of r Mrs. Charles Gentry, I Rex Grabenhorst, Henry Graben-
Mrs. O. C. Hutchins and Mrs. R. I horst, Charles Grabenhorst and
L. Cooper sang. The trio waa ad- I Richard Parker; room, Irl Cas-
companled by Mrs. Lloyd Dunlvan I sellus and Kenneth Hilflker.
on the piano and Mrs. Even Ella-
sen on the violin. The drill team nmV.L- 14r1
a fancy drill ww-.w.
and also installed the new district J Community Group;
dresses of green and yellow or- I f OrTO VOlley team
gandy and maoe a oeauiuui ap
pearance on tne noor. PIONEER. Oct. 12 The Plo-
The two main addresses of the I BMr MmmunltT club met at the
evening were made by R. H. Jones I -,i,nni bom ftatnrdar nlrht.
of Prineville, grand master of the -hen tha followinr officers were
-v " I Oregon Assembly, and Mrs. Maude I elected: Frank Dornheeker. pres-
ttogon. pitraiumw mo i ident; Mrs. Koy iiiacE, vice-pros-
assemoiy. umer oincers ana pasi i ident; and Mrec Mark Blodgett.
oincers or botn lodges, maae snort i secretary-treasurer. The group
Both halls and the dining room
were unusually beautiful with dee-
orations of dahlias, asters, other
late flowers and autumn leaves,
mingling with the colors of the
The I. O. O. F. Marlon county
association elects at the spring
Second Car Added
To Haul Students;
Club Meets Friday
CENTRAL HOWELL, Oct. 12.
Walter Binegar, who transports
the high school students. to Sil
verton, has found, it necessary be
cause ef the larger number of . pu
pils this year to put on n. car In
addition .to the bus.- Lester Paul
son Is driving thtar. - . .
Mrs. cert, uye nas returned
from Denver where she stent two
months visiting her parents and
other,, relatives and mends. . air.
and Mrs. Bye plan to move from
the Gash place to the house own
ed by Everett Milne across from
the P. A. Wood home.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Lichty had
as their guests Sunday Mr. and
Mrs.-MeDonald and daughters Lei
la and Evelyn and Mrs. Jones, all
The first community club meet
ing will be held Friday night. An
Impromptu program Is being plan
ned and It Is hoped there will be
a good turnout to make the eve
voted to meet the second Friday
of each month hereafter.
A volley ball team waa organ
ized and the team will meet Fri
day night for special practice to
get ready for games with the town
LuteHsh Dinner is
Slated November 18
BETHEL. Oct. 12 Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Hain hare'traded their
residential property on the Fruit
land road for a ItS-aere ranch at
Merrill, 17 miles south of Klam
ath Falls.. The ranch Is enclosed
with woven wire 'fencing and IS
acres are under Irrigation. ,
Their household goods will be
moved by truck, leaving probably
October 22. Mrs. Haln is the
daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Nichols,' and Mr. Haln Is an ex
perienced dairyman, and has been
with the Nichols' dairy for a num
ber of .years.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wolfe
and little daughters, Marcella and
Eva May, of Columbia City, are to
arrive In this district this week.
Mr, Wolfe Is a nephew of Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Nichols and will work
on the Nichols dairy farm. They
will occupy the house that wil be
vacated by the J. A. Haln family.
A. R. Darr, who Injured his left
leg while cutting corn for ensilage
on the Nlchol farm last week, is
improving steadily though slowly.
The heavy corn knife -Injured the
bone deeply on the front of the
leg and It has been quite painful.
FALL FLORAL SHOW
. INDEPENDENCE, Oct. 12.
The. Independence Garden dab
held a slnnia and dahlia show at
Its first meeting - Monday night.
Mr. Baxter from the Dahlia farm
near Salem rave an informal talk
on the types of dahlias, their cul
ture and care.
The prise winners were Mrs.
Clara Williams, Mrs. Busby, Mrs.
Hamberger. and Mrs. Walker.'
The program for the rest of the
year will be: November 14, lec
ture on rock garden plants, Ga-
brielson; December 12," Christmas
decorations, "Mrs. Chester Cox;'
January t. nature, Ida Mae Smith;
February IS, trees. Washington
loved; Miss Emmons; Uarch IS,
lecture from Fair Oaks gardens.
Mr. Butterfleld; April 10, election
of officers; May S, plant sale..
Betty Brown Heads
HUBBARD, Oct. 12 The
Christian Endeavor of the Con
gregational church Sunday night
elected the following officers:
president, Betty Brown; secre-.
tary-treasurer, Lucille Zehner;
song leader, Thomas Hlggenboth
in; social leader, Helen Paulsen.
, First Meeting is
- Slated for Friday
nPlilNa VALLET." Oct. It
The Spring Yailey community club
win sold its cm meeting or the
season: Friday night, October 14.
The meeting. is called by the pres
ident, Clyde Ebbert, and election
of officers and committees will be
the order of the evening.
. Mrs. Jesse Sohn and son Jesse
are now domiciled In the Ray
house on the Stratton firm, where
they will remain during the school
The school board Is having the
school grounds cleared of brush
and poison oak this week.
, Relatives and friends of the
Jesse Slmkins family were in
terested to hear of the marriage
of Miss Velma Simkins to Donald
Deckebaeh of Salem. The Simkins
family formerly owned the Wfll-
wert acreage and velma grew up
SILVERTON. Oct. 12 Im
manual Ladies' Aid society mem
bers are already busy making
plans for the annual Luteflsh
dinner which they are sponsoring
In November. The date has been
tentatively set for November IS.
Mrs. M. X. Strand Is president
of the organization which Is
planning the dinner.
SCHAEFER FAMILY MOVES
SHAW. Oct. 12 Mr. and Mrs.
Enid Schafer and family who have
been occupying the Arthur Han
son ranch for .the past several
years, have moved to a ranch
which they have purchased near
the Crawford district.
To quickly relieve
cracking, apply soothing.
cooling Mentho latum.
News for Men-
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the smartest last inIenV
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not the heavy brogue type but
ideal for every day business
Buster Brown Price on These
New and Exclusive Models
The best in Footwear at the least
Guests From Denver
At Keene Home
WACONDA, Oct. 12 Mrs.
Clarence Keene and small daugh
ter, Loretta Mae, will arrive here
Wednesday from Denver, Colo
rado, to be the guest of his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Keene.
Following a few days' visit here
and at the home of a sister-in-law.
Mrs. Johnle Kahle, Mrs. Keen
will leave for North Cove Station
where her husband is head cook
In the Coast guard service. Jae-
aueline. tour-year old daughter of
the Keenes. has been -visiting here
served as chairman of the eonven- I the past month with her grand-
tlon, she having presided over the parents.
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RIDE liM, COWBOY
"Nature in the Raw" tu expressed
in the famous rodeo cry; inspired
by the picture inthejulyissueofthe
National Geographic Magazine
taken at the SU Hi Stampede,
Monte Vista, Colorado" Nature i n
SJAIWAKD OIL COMPANY OF CALffORNIA
No raw tobaccos in Lmckies
-that's why ttheyre so mild
mellowing, arc then given the
benefit of that Lucky Strike puri
fying process, described by the
words "It's toasted". That's
why folks in every city, town and
hamlet say that Luckics are such
That packa of tnnd Lucklw
B7 buy the finest, the very finest
tobaccos in all the world
but that does not explain why
folks everywhere regard Lucky
Strike as the mildest cigarette.
.. The fact is, we never overlook the
i truth that "Nature in the Raw
is Seldom Mild" so these fine
tobaccs, after proper aging and