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the OREGON STATESMAN, Salen, Oregon, Thursday Morning, October 20, 1932
Complaint Made to City
Council; Citizen Budget ...
WOODBURN. Oct U. At the
regular meeting of the city coun-
ell Tuesday night Tony and George
Becker complained that the city
had orercharged them for water
and refused to pay the bills.' The
water commissioner 'In reading
their meters discovered that they
were not registering- and upon ex
amlnatlon found that a small gear
connecting the dial staff had been
taken off, thus leaving the me
ters not registering. The water
board assessed the Beckers on a
basis of three months previous
readings, whieh they refused to
The council appointed on the
' budget committee George Landon.
Keith Powell, Ray Glatt and
Thomas Sims, one more to be ap
pointed later. The budget meet
: tag was set, for November 10
There was some .discussion re
garding a letter to Mayor Broyleg
from W. W. Ball ef Portland of
fering to the city, of .Tfoodburn
the tract of land and . bunding
now la" nae by the. grange, lo
cated on settlemeler street at the
Intersection of the EL FaaMTsw
berg highway. The letter specified
certain condition! and the coun
cil delayed definite action nwait
lng farther detail. . v .
After a report on sidewalk and
street Improvements by Council
man Livesay, and the transaction
of some minor buslnesst the coun
cil adjourned. . .
Party ii Planned
By Liberty Group
LIBERTY, Oct. 19. -The enter
tainment committee, Mr. and Mrs.
A. Taylor; Dr. Ruth Dougherty,
Harlan Jndd and Mr., and Mrs. C
W. Stacey; met this week and have
planned a Hallowe'en party lor
the evening of the 28th.
It is to be a "hobo" affair with
all suitable trimmings.
A group of Liberty young peo
ple met at the hall Saturday night
to honor Mr; and Mrs. Glen Fisch
er (Valrae Williams).' The bridal
couple were presented with, a
shower of useful gifts.
R. C. Jory, B. A. Free and
Charles Krauger returned Monday
from a hunting trip, bringing a
fine deer, , ;
P. T. A, YEAR GETS
Dayton Group to Sponsor
Scout Troop; Budget for
Year is Talked
STAYTON, Oct. 19. It the at
tendance at ' the P. TV A. meeting
was Indicative of interest taken in
the association here, the coming
year should indeed be a worth
while one for the organization.
Every seat in the large high school
auditorium was taken and many
were sitting two in a seat.
A motion carried that the P. T.
A. sponsor the local Boy Scout
troop. The president will later ap
point a committee to work with
leaders of the scouts.
The budget prepared by the ex
ecutive committee was then read,
which was as follows; Milk for
grade' schoof pupils - for. nine
months, $45; repairing gym floor,
$10; basketball. $.50; hot lunch
dish for three coldest : months,
$15; repairing lunch room, $3.54;
two copies ot Child Life magaaine,
$4; teeter, rings and bars for play
ground, $10, making a total of
After some discussion," It was
decided to table this budget until
the ' . next meeting, when f there i
would be more time to discuss it.
Three additional members of the
association ; will be appointed to
work .with the committee on the
budget, v-:'- .T ':
It was decided to have a play
again this year, as the oho given
a year or two ago brought In con
siderable revenue; with a commit
tee appointed: Mrs. . H. Champ,
Mrs. H. A. Beauchamp, Mrs. R. O.
Woods, H. J. Rowe and Mrs. H.
E. Tobie, The refreshment com
mittee for the next meeting will
be Mrs W.'A. Weddle, Mrs. P.
Roberts, Mrs. Champ, Grant Mur
phy, Mrs. Wright, Dr. Adams, Mrs.
Schoefer, Mrs. W. R. Dean and
Mrs. Thorpe. -
The seventh and eighth grades
won the flag for having the larg
est percentage of parents present.
" W. H. Lyman, program com
mittee chairman, - gave- excerpts
from a book by a well known au
thor on "Character Building of
Children." Next on the program
was an acrobatic number, by the
Misses Frances Pounds and Leona
Burmester, accompanied on the
piano by Miss Vera Burmester. ,
' Chief Justice Campbell ot Sa
lem, . principal speaker, brought
out many points which, gave par
ents ' and teachers .. food -. tor
thought. Among: them the home
Influence ot the . child, . and the
idea that .many parents hold that.
although their child has bad hab
its, "tasy;, will; oe taken out. of
him'when he goea to 'school. '
Another thing mentioned by
Judge Campbell was the present
age of criminals He stated that
when he first went , on .the bench,
2$ years, ago,, more' crime was
committed between Xhe ages of $1
and 40. The past few. years, how
ever, the most, crime ; haa been
committed between, the ages of
14 to 21.;. - i , ;.
At the close of the meeting
doughnuts and elder were furnish
ed and - served by Mesdames . F,
Stupka, H. Champ, O. E. Gardner,
R. G. Wood, G. F; eKrinek and
Messrs. W.'H. Lyman and Floyd
- TRAFFIC AOCDDEXT " "l
WOODBURN, Oct. lf.An ac
cident occurred at f o'clock Tues
day night at the Intersection of
Hayes and First streets, as C R.
Duncan was driving west on Hayes
to the Intersection on First, and
W. O. Miller going north on First.
The . Duncan car struck the rear
ot Miller's car, overturning it. Mr.'
Miller was not seriously hurt..
HOME FROM- HOSPITAL .
. 8WEGLE, )ct. If. Mrs. Wil
liam Kroeplin came1 home from
the hospital yesterday and is feel
ing much better. v
Ray Johnson has purchased the
Clarence Meyer-place and moved
in. a ...
r WOODBURN, - Oct. ll-Thlrty
women enjoyed the social meeting
of the -Federated Women of the
Methodist church Tuesday after
noon 'In the chureh parlors. ' '
Mrs. Paul Pemberton, president,
led the scriptural response which
was Interspersed with hymns by
the audience and piano medita
tions by Miss Joyce Woodfin. Mrs.
F. B. Coleman continued the de
votions, using aa her theme "Je
sus the Good Citizen." .
The president of the WJ.M.S.
announced that . the next ' social
would be. held at the homo ot
Mrs. S. E. Brune, November 1$,
with Mrs. Paul Edwards ot Port
land speaking on "Foreign -Missions.".
The president ot the W.H.
M.S. asked that as many as can
go to the Helen Kelly Manley cen
ter October IS, report to her.
Mrs. C. A. Parr urged the wom
en to attend the sub-district La
dies Aid at Dallas Thursday. The
welfare, committee reported 10
, Mrs. V. TV AaIb. chairman of
J the bazaar .committee, reports the
1 work progressing nicely.
1 ; The program directed by the
W.rf.M.fcV follows: -The Begin
ning ot Homo Missions In Wood
burn," Mrs. Carrie Young; "Good
Citizenship, Mrs. Annette iJIm
moas; two solos, Helen Woodfin;
missionary stories, Charlotte Mao
LiTesay and Hazel Haugen.. Re
freshments wera served by-the
hostesses, Mrs. Lytle, Mrs. Beers.
Mrs. Gayer and Mrs. Settlemeier.
SCOUTS APPEAR G'i
PROGRAM FOR CLUB
ROSEDALE. Oct 19 Mm. E.B.
Stroud gave a dinner Sunday la
honor ot her husband's birthday:
Quests Included Mr. and Mrs. C
A. Bear and son Blenneth Turner,
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bear and chil
dren, Eunice and Billy, Miss Car
el Klser, Mrs. M. Cam mack. Al
bert Paul and Esther Cammack.
. The first community club meet
ing ot the year was held Saturday
night.' Paul Berndt, president,- is
scoutmaster at Liberty and some
of his Boy Scouts were present to
demonstrate their work.
The Carter family has moved
Into a small house near the school.
W. B. Way and Henry Palmer
are on a hunting trip in eastern
: A. rally day program was held
Sunday morning. 'Several Tisitorr
were present and helped furnish
music A new men's quartet also
sang.; y' .;:- .... ;: - : t
On sale every day. Good !
roomy coaches sad ' rediamg '
chair cats, A comfortable snacks
berth for she niche as llttlm s
1LS0 extra. Ask far
A. F. KOTH, Aceat -rassemger
Depot. 18th Oak -
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This is the largest crash of its kind in the
shoe world ever to happen on the Pacific
coast Craddock-Terry Shoe Co. of Ore
gon, distributors of nationally advertis
ed Natural Bridge Arch Shoes for men
and women, closes its Portland branch
with a tremendous loss. We have
bolight hundreds of pairs of these
fine shoes at a fraction of their
worth and are going to put them
out at prices that are almost be
yond belief for this quality mer
chandise. We have bought hun
dreds of pairs of dress shoes
for men, women and children
to be included in the great
est shoe sale ever given in
Odd lot Women's
Oxfords and Pattnt
Leather One Strap
15.00 Natural Bridge
?5.00 and $6.00 Natural Bridge
$6.00 Natural Bridge
$4.00 and $5.00 Women's .
Small sizes only
si.69 y n
Men's $40 New Trench
' -i .
Shoes & Oxfords
Sizes up to 2
One Group Men's
Shoes & Oxfords
Values to 14.00
One Large Group
Men's $5 Dress
Black and Brown
1 Group Women's
Farm Shoesn-Values to $5
One Group Beautiful -
Pumps & Straps
To 'match party gowns.
Values to $5.00 -
$5 Men's 16-inch
Boys' and Girls'
Oxfords & Shoes
$2.50 to $3.30 Values
One Laree Group of Men's
$4.00 and $4.50
Work " Shoes
l Group $L69 .
Beautiful New $5.00 Black
Kid and Calfskin
1 Group Women's
Pumps, Ties, Straps
- Values to $5.00
Women's $150 Fine Welt
One Larxe Group of
. Women's '
Values to $5.00.
, Mostly small sizes
Women & Children's
Fit all heelsall sizes
Six "Extra Shbe
Apply to llgr. at 8 :18
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1 SILK HOSE
$5.00 Boys High
Top Lace Boots
57 STATE STREET
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