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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Wednesday Morn!n?r, October 19, 1932 '
When Three Measures to be
Argued; Regular Meet
ing is Held
STAYTON. Oct. 18 W. A. Del
tell and G. Salfeld of Salem were
the principal speakers at the reg
, olar grange meeting held here
Saturday. Other numbers on the
program were recitation by Ruth
Kohl; reading of a letter from the
national master by Mrs. Ethel
Hurt; reading by Mrs. Rena Tate,
a two act pantomime by Mrs.
Ethel Hurt, Arthur McKenzie and
Andrew Fery, with appropriate
music by Mrs. G. P. Korinek and
Jack Richards and . an original
reading by Miss Ella Williams.
At- the next regular meeting
election of officers will take place,
as well as several other important
Hallowe'en Party Plan
Grangers and their friends are
looking forward to Saturday
night, October 22, when the local
grange will give a Hallowe'en par
ty at the hall. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Hurt and Mrs. Amelia VanErmen
will Hare charge of the refresh
ments and cards. Those desiring
to play cards may do bo in the up
per hall, while in the lower hall
various party games will be play
ed under the direction of a com
mittee consisting of Mrs. Eliza
beth Crabtree, Mrs. M. Nipple and
Mrs. Tom Tate.
All who attend the party are
urged to wear some costume in
keeping with the Hallowe'en idea.
Political Rally 3rd
Stayton grange is sponsoring a
political rally to be held at their
hall on Thursday evening, Novem- ZEN A, Oct. 18 A hunting
fcer 3. at which time three of the party including W. Frank Craw
important measures on the com- j ford of Zena, V. Lee Gibson and
lng election ballot will be debated . son Paul Gibson of Brush Col
upon. lege and Duane Gibson of Salem
There will be both affirmative . returned Friday from Lakeview,
and negative, speakers on the ,a
freight truck and bus bill; state
t water power and hydroelectric
constitutional amendment and the
: bill moving university, normal
and law schools, establishing Jun-
ilor colleges. The public is invited
'to attend this meeting and gain
further knowledge on these Im
DAY HELD, TURNER
TURNER, Oct. 18. Rally
day waa observed Sunday at the
Methodist Sunday school with
tgood attendance. Mrs. Emma
Gunning, chairman (f the pro
' gram committee, announced the
: program. Mrs. F. J. Gunning
1 cave a missionary talk, which pre
ceded a short class period. Other
numbers were: "I Am Rally Day,"
Teading by John Hawk; recitation,
Joyce Kunker; song by primary
class; song, Homer and Norval
Hadley; recitation, Eleanor
Sparta- ionr Lowell Hadley: rec
itation. Arthur Parks; recitation, ;
Standford Pratner, jr.; quariei,
Rachel Garner, Eloise Mells, Alvin
Garner and F. J. Gunning; recita-
tion Marion- Parks; playlet, "su
sionary Dolls," by Kathleen
Sparks, Loraine Earaett, Fern
Clark and Lois Gunning; recita
tion, Norval Hadley; exercise,
"The Bible," by the Sunshine
class. Anthem by the choir and
address by t h e pastor Rev. N.
Will Give Musical
SALEM HEIGHTS, Oct. 18
Music teachers from Willamette
.,.. -rh . ininr nmr-
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Heights school will furnish the
musical program for the teach
ers' reception sponsored by the
Women's club at the Community
hall Thursday, October 30, at 8
o'clock. The teachers .are Miss
-Marjory O'Dell and Elizabeth Cle-
Dean Erickson. chairman of
tha tinnril will civft thft address
to the teachers and Roy Bohan6n,
president of the Community ciuo,
and Gladys Washburn, president
of the Women's club, will give
; Mndaatl ahieldin his face from
- the camera, Martin InsuU, of the
ntilitiaa familv. is shown as he left
th Simcoa Count? iail. Ontario.
Can- where he had spent three days
while his friends were trying to
raise the 150,00(4 to pay his, ball.
All Insull would say about his ln
eareeration waa "It waa terrible."
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William C ADen, 43, was a veteran of the Werld War, hmX he aaw ne active combat wntU a pease sor
roonded his cabin in the foothills near Banger, CaL, and sent a fnsfllade of shots Inte the Btnctare to drive
him out. The posse thought he was a bandit when he docked eat of sight as the officers approached.
AOen, a the left, is pointing to holes made In his cabin by buckshot from sawed -off shotguns. Despite
ike fact he was woanded In the thigh.-he posed for the jtfctnre to the right.
few miles from the Nevada line,
They bagged three deer, the larg
est weighing 250 pounds. They
reported that the deer were plen
tiful and hunting was good.
Hunters from this district who
have been successful while on
deer hunting trips this season
! report that the deer are plentiful
and in good flesh. One party re
ported seeing a nera oi it aoes
at one time while hunting re
cently. Wayne D. Henry, Zena;
Elmer Cook and Charles Adams
of West Salem, who left here a
week ago enroute to their hunt
ing lodge in the Blue mountains
10 miles from Paisley, came
home Sunday with three deer.
They traveled through a snow
storm for 30 miles over the Mc
Kenzie pass and saw several snow
plows at work near Sisters.
J. P. Mosier, owner of the
Ray Nash farm In this district.
left Zena Saturday enroute to
Mill City. Mrs. J. P. Mosier went
to Idaho about a month ago to be
with her father, J. W. Cooper,
who was reported to be critically
ill. Mr. Mosier Intends to bring
Mr. Casper and his own parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mosier back
to Oregon with him for the win
ter if Mr. Cooper has recovered
sufficiently to make the trip
OtUdent raper IS
HUBBARD, Oct. 18 For the
first time the high school will
have a mimeograph school paper
this year. It is Hubbard Hi-ways
and it will be published bi-weekly.
The editorial staff will be:
chief of staff, Eugene Silke; editor-in-chief,
Crawford Bates; as
sistant editor, Anna Knight; man-
Marlon Carl; sports editor,
Garfield Voget; society
Helen Paulson; literary
B"y Brown; cartoonist, Dorothy
McKey; assistant cartoonist, Mai-
rrl. vml T..V
Moomaw; and proof reader, Mr3.
Class reporters will be appoint
ed every two weeks. The report
ers for the first two weeks will
be: seniors, John Patten; juniors,
Betty Brown; sophomores, Claude
Dent; freshman, Boyd Brown;
nd rade teachers
Hazel Green Girl
In Eastern Oregon
For Hunting Trip
HAZEL GREEN, Oct. 18 Mr
and Mrs. M. Kusach and children,
Hazel and Joyce, of Dee, Oregon,
were visitors at the James Tada
home. Mrs. Kusach, a sister of
Mrs. Yada, attended school h,ere
when her parents were engaged
In raising celery on Labish Mea
Miss Alene Montandon Is enjoy
ing a hunting trip out from Cary
City in eastern Oregon. Mrs. Mon
tandon is with her uncle and aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Feyrer of Mo-
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Scheelz and
son Ronald of Salem are making
their home with Gustav Gardiner
on the Matilda Van Cleave farm
until Mrs. Scheelz recovera her
health. Mr. Scheels recently told
his grocery and meat business In
Salem to an eastern buyer. He is
working tor the new owner.
Dies at Age of 72
WELLS. Oct. 18 Avert Van
derpool, aged 72 years, a pioneer
resident of Benton county, died
of a heart attack at his home
near here Sunday, Oct. 16, at S
o'clock. He la survived by his
wife, Ef fie Vanderpool, two sons.
Delmar and Walter and one bro
AFTER VENISON TREAT
JEFFERSON. Oct. 18. A
party of hunters, Panl McKee, A.
B. Hins Elmer Knight and Charies-
McKeo. left Sunday for eastern
Oregon, where they will try their
luck at getting some venison.
Others who are hunting in eastern
Oregon are George Klhs and Hen-
i ry Palmer.
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West Salem News
WEST SALEM, Oct. 18 On
Friday afternoon the first Silver
tea of this social season will be
sponsored by the Ladles' Aid so
ciety of the West Salem church,
at the home of Mrs. Guy C. New
gent, at 2 o'clock. These pleas
ant social afternoons are given
monthly, are open to all ladles in
terested and this year promise to
be "different and very interest
ing. Assistant hostesses will be
Mesdames Robert E. Pattlson,
Breckenrldge, Gilliland and Leon
ard Bnrgoyne. The Hallowe'en
motif will predominate.
Mr. and Mrs. William T. Grler
and Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Elker were
weekend vacationists at the
Crier's beach home at Taft.
I t-Js requested that all inter
ested and eligible for membership
lnVthe proposed West Salem post
forHhe American Legion meet
Monday night at the city hall for
the purpose of organisation. Col.
Wagonfelt who organized the
Fireman's post at San Francisco
and was its first commander, and
assisted in other such organiza
tions, will be present to assist.
John R. Bedford was a Port
land visitor for a few days the last
of last week. Miss Betty Bedford,
GRAND ISLAND. Oct. 18 The
Grand Island Improvement elub
at Its regular meeting at the
schoolhouse Saturday night unan
imously voted to draw up resolu
tions supporting the candidacy of
Morton Tompkins, local farmer,
for re-election for state represen
tative from Yamhill county. The
president, Charles E. Nelson was
authorized to draw up tne resolu
tions. Refreshment committee appoint
ed for the next meeting consists
of Mrs. Charles Ferguson, Mrs.
Roy Briggan and Mrs. Floyd Mil
ford. At the close of the business
session a short program was giv
en, consisting of a piano solo, j
Mildred Will; recitation, Neine
Ferguson; song, Peggy Letley,
Juanita and Marjorie Milford;
reading, Mrs. Louis Will and com
munity singing led by Mrs. Faul
ine Fowler, literary chairman.
Following the program Charles
E. Nelson explained a few of the
Important measures to be voted
upon in the, November election. A
light lunch was served In the lase-
ment under the supervision of
Mrs. Louis Will and Mildred
ATTEND CHURCH MEET
HUBBARD, Oct. 18 The Sun
day school teachers of Hubbard
are motoring to Salem for the
leadership training school at the
First Methodist church. Those at
tending Monday night were Mrs.
George LefOer of the Young Peo
ple's class; Mrs. Marie Claypool,
D other You?
It UtayWara of Kidseyor
A persistent backache, with
bladder Irregularities and
tired nervous, depressed
feeling may warn oi aome dia
ordered kidney or bladder con
dition. Users everywhere rer
on Doan's Pill. Praised for
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who has been ill in 'a Portland
hospital for some time is improv
ing and was able to return to her
home here the. last of the week.
There will be a district rally of
the M. E. Ladles' Aid societies
held all day at Dallas on Thurs
day and quite a representative
group from here are going, among
whom are Rev. ,and Mrs. Charles
Dark, Mesdames W. D. Phillips,
George Lathrop, John A. Yantlss,
Emmett Dickson, Jack T. Gosser
and Elmer Rlerson, with probably
others later deciding to attend.
Merle Phillips left early Tues
day mernlng for a visit with the
family of his brother. Homer
Phillips, and with other friends
and relatives at Turn water, Wn.
Miss Lottie HcAdama and her
brother Bill vacationed for a few
days at Alrlie, the guests et rela
tives at the W. H. Williams home.
The first Issue of the West Sa
lem Argus, a weekly four page
periodical published by Charles B.
Hodgkln, appeared late last week.
In Its pages the editor stresses the
need In the city of a drug store,
restaurant and a men's place of
amusement, as well as more side
walks, particularly on Edgewater
junior girls; Mrs. Waldo Brown,
junior boys; Mrs. Walter MsMan
nis, primary; and Frances Lef
fler, pro-school class.
Mountain Route is
VALSETZ, Oct. 18 The moun
tain road to Falls City Is In bad
condition and In some places re
ported Impassable after the heavy
HUBBARD, Oct. 18 Mrs. Gil
bert Whitney attended the wed
dinar of her sister. Jeanette Wag-
ferman. In Woodburn Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Whitney have
bought the lovely home of Mrs
Gussle Miller and have had it
completely renovated making it
one of the most beautiful homes
I in Hubbard.
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MIDDLE GROVE, Oct. 8 The
Evangelical league - of. Christian
Endeavor met at the home of Mil
dred -Wacken Friday night. Mil
dred Wacken, vice president, pre
sided. Esther Hammer and David
Bartruff prepared . entertainment
in the form of a puzzle party.
Those present were Esther and
Earl Hammer, Cecil. Roberta and
David Bartruff, Genevieve Scharf,
Juanita, Norman and . Alfred Mc
Allister, Katherine and Harry
Scharf, Charles - Bangert, Fred
Fisher, Clyde Randall, Rev. H. R.
Scheuerman and daughter, Opal.
Mrs. W. H. Scharf, Miss Hulda
Stripling. Mr. and Mrs. 'Herman
Wacken and Mildred-. '
November meeting will be held
at the home of Lena Bartruff.
The Woman's Missionary socie
ty will meet Wednesday after
noon at 2 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. Clara Malm. A new series of
lessons will be started. )
Friday night, October 21. the j
first meeting of Middle Grove '
community club will be held at
the school buildinjr, with the new
ly elected president, W. Gould .
presiding. Other officers are. Mrs. -Allen
McCain, vice president; i
Ruth Clark, secretary, and Fern :
The purpose of the meeting is!
to get organized for the winter's ;
work, though a program is also '
being prepared by Mrs. Nellie '
Hammer and Mrs. Marie Stettler. :
Refreshments are in charge of
Mrs. W. H. Scharf, Mrs. Anna
Hammer, Mrs. Jennie Gould and
Mrs. Lena Bartruff. The building
has recently been remodeled by
removing a partition between two
of the rooms thus permitting a
fair sized' auditorium for enter
tainments. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bartruff are
the parents of a baby daughter,
born October 9. Mrs. Bartruff
will be remembered as Lois Me
Gowan. Mrs. Lena Bartruff was honor
ed on her birthday with a sur
prise dinner Sunday evening after
her return from a week's visit at
the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Joseph Schwab In Portland. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. Omer
Bartruff and Ronald and Mrs. Ly
dla Bewely of Salem, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Schwab and Mary
Louise of Portland, Miss Virginia
and Roberta, Cecil, David George
Kerosene Lamps at
As Water Returns
VALSETZ, Oct. IS Once
more the tew remaining families
of Valsetz have been given light
by Clarence Davis. One lS-horse
power direct current generator,
ha been fixed with a water
wheel to produee light and one
horse power for Mud Alley.
A shortage of water has been
the cause for no light through
the dry summer months.
For Mayor; Phelps
Is Recorder Choice
INDEPENDENCE, Oct. II
Local politics are Increasing In
Interest, following a meeting of
I citizens, when the following were
' nominated for city offices
For mayor, A. L. Thomas;
councilman, Harry Keeney, A. L.
Foster and Robert Craven; for
recorder, "Dad" Phelps, who heat
B. F. Swope by three votes.
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Although these two gentlemen strike similar speaking poses, their senti
ments and views are widely divergent. At left is Senator Robert War
ner, pictured as he made the keynote speech at the New York State
Democratic Convention In Albany, N. Y. His address consisted mainly
of a denunciation of, "Hoover Republicanism." At right is Hamilton
1 Fish, Jr, who is shown as he keynoted for the State G. O. P. Convention
at Buffalo. Fish lauded the Hoover Administration and scathingly
assailed the policies of Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt.
SCIO, Oct. 17. The October
meeting of the P. T. A will be
held Thursday night of this week,
at the high school auditorium.
Mrs. Jerry Holechek, president,
will preside over the short busi
Miss Rebecca Morgan, chairman
of the program committee, an
nounces the following program:
Vocal solo, Mrs. Asa Eastburn;
piano aolo, Raby Rosprafka; vo
cal duet. Miss Doris Clarke and
Miss Mildred Gardner; address,
"School Conditions of the Present
Day," by F. A. Gallegly, principal
of the high school; E. P. Caldwell
will Introduce new teachers.
A short play will bo presented
by Mildred Gardner. LaVaun
Gardner and Earl Bartnlk.
TO WX SENDS MOVE AGADf
TURNER, Oct. 18. Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Townsend have
moved to Auburn. They lived In
No More Gas
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aiacciad aapadauy 'or atomac ii
& all tha bad effacta raaultla fron
That mmotr. aaawtnc faallac at th-
ilt of tfca atoonaca will diaapoaars taa
naioaa, aarveaa faaliac with aaart pat
pitaUoa will vanish, and roa will agate
3 aDia aa caza a aap oraata wraow
discomfort. w -w
That drowsy, ilaapy faallng aftci
jiaoar will ba raplacad by a daalr fot
antartainraaat. Bloating will caaaa.
Yovr limb, anna and fiaaara will ac
longa faal cold aad "go to alaep ba
aao Baalmann'a Cas Tablata praraal
ra from tatarfartaa- 'wtta tha Uremia
iota. Cat taa satauina, la tha yaOow pack
fa, at any good drug ster Prica tl
Always on hand at
Daniel J. Fry's. Adv.
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that vicinity some years ago, and
after an absence of a few years,
moved to the Lloyd HHleary farm
last spring. They were active
members of the Surprise grange.
LEASE PORTLAND STATION
JEFFERSON, Oct 18. Elmer
Henderson and Harold Coin, two
Jefferson boys, have gone to Port
land, where they have leased a
service station on 82nd street.
t , I corraoav 1932
They're what you mean
when you say "Stunning!
Girls love their rich fabrics - tHeir
luxurious furs - their style.
Women of fine taste take pride in
manship. Men know they're just
simply stunning coats
New Fall styles, new
colors, new fabrics
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We Also Handle Fuel 03 anil Coal
FAREWELL 13 HELD
FOR 0. II. TMIEAX
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PEDES, Oct. 18 A farewell :
party was held at the Joe Trueax
heme Friday night honoring Mr...
and Mrs. O. N. Trueax and family ',
who moved to Portland Saturday.
Mr. Trueax will attend the Bible
Those attending were Rer. and
Mrs. Fogg and family, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. McCormack, Mr. and '
Mrs. C. L. Burbank and Betty, .
Mr. and Mrs. R. Glen Brady and --
family, Mrs. Thera Warner and '
daughters. Miss Theda Condon, ; '
Lucille and Robert Arnold. How
ard Perry, Mrs. Mollle Lacy, Mrs.
C W. K earns and Betty, Mrs.
George Bauman and children,"
Miss Ena Parke, also Mr. and Mrs.
Vern Osbora and daughters, Mrs. '
Frank Osborn and Juniors, and
Mr. and Mrs. Wes Osborn, et Lew
Isvllle, and the honor guests and
the host and hostess.
Professor R. Glen Brady la en
Joying the visit of Mr. and Mrs. -George
A. Bennett of Philomath.
Mrs. Bennett Is Mrs. Brady's
Marlyn Hadley of Dallas, pres
ident of the county Christian En
deavor, spoke at the local C. E.
meeting Sunday morning. The
county convention to be held hero -November
It was the subject of
- A crew of nine men put a new
root on the house on the ranch
of Mrs. Emma Warner here, Fri-'
Fair Set for Friday
UNION HILL, Oct. 18 Union
Hill grange will hold its commun
ity fair and celebration of nation
al boosters' night at the regular
meeting Friday, October 11. A
good program fa being prepared
and the meeting will bo open to
the public after 8:41 o'eloek. All
grangers and others Interested
are urged to attend.
quality and work