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v- The 03EGON CTATESIAN, Salecy Oregon, Thursday Morning, October 27. 1932
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GATES UTO GIVE
: HIKED NOT
GATES, Oct. ie. Members of
the Improrement elnb of Gates
are sponsoring a Hallowe'en par
ty for Triday night Cards are to
be the chief tlveralon ot the eve
ning with a cafeteria lunch-to be
erred. The only : charge will be
for the lunch, the proceeds ot
which are to be used for purchase
' lag mpplies for the soup kitchen
maintained tor the benefit ot the
school children throughout the
winter. : Mrs. Enrin 'Lawson Is
chairman of the general commit
tee for the affair.
For the first time in the his-
. tory of the Gates high school the
student, body Is publishing a high
school paper "Gates High Lights,,
the second Issue being put out the
. past week. In former , years the
school news has been published
from time to time In the Mill City
IOgue, and this year the stndents
felt that more Interest would be
taken If they had a real school pa
per. Harold Shepherd . Is editor
and Lois Hayward, Mary Brock
and Myrtle Knntson hare charge
of .the school news, Leon Cline and
Al.lura Dike of the humorous col
umn and Howard Farnum of the
ports, section. Carl B All and -Wal-
. lace fierier have -charge of com
munity adyertlsing and Louise
Graff e is business manager. ..
.This year the Gates high -school
has a registration of 29 pupils.
Several farmers in
Sublimity Area Are
) .Changing Residences
SUBLIMITY. Oct. Mr. and
lira. Lucas and family hare mor
ed . from the Highberger place
northeast ot town to a farm near
West Stayton, and th Jones f am
Uy.has moved on the place vacated
by the Lucas family.
- Mr. and Mrs. Tony Miuden are
the parents of a baby born Sun
day, October 23.
Sister M. Innoceatia of Bear
erton spent a week tit Sublimity
teaching during the absence of
20 Rhode Island Red
'Hens Stolen Sunday
FALLS CITY, Oct. 26. Miss
Lillian Wilkinson's chicken roosts
were visited Sunday night by
thieves who took 20 of her Rhode
Island Red hens, leaving but five,
The chicken house wss well lock
ed bnt the thieves gained entrance
by removing a winder.
West Salem News
WEST SALEM, Oct. 2 (There
will be a democratic rally , held
soon, probably some time the first
of November, the time to be an
nounced within a tew days. . Po
litical thoughts seem to be upper
most In the minds of most now
days, with the formation of the
Hoover-Curtis club recently and
the democratic rally to come off
Floyd Negel has purchased the
residence at IS 4 5 Franklin ave
nue, the Grabenhorst Realty com
pany handling -the deal.'. Rumor
has It that some newlyweds will
occupy the home, soon. . J
Mrs. John Friesen accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Funk to Dal
las Sunday, where she attended
the golden wedding celebration
on Mr. and Mrs. Bernard F. Wie
be, held In the Mennonite church
in Dallas. There was a full house
gathered to do honor to the aged
couple including all their nine
children. ' .- "
Having presence of mind suf
ficient to grab the severed point
of his thumb, replace it and bold
it tightly in place until he could
be rushed, to a' doctor, saved the
thumb of Harry J. Carter for him
last week. In cutting the kindling
wood for the fire one day be sev
ered the thumb diagonally across
the first Joint. Carter is a coun
cilman of West Salem, i
: Rev. A. J. Smith, who has been
holding protracted revival meet
ings at Bellvue for the past fort
night returned -Sunday night to
his home here.
Wednesday afternoon the mem
bers of the W. F. M. S- of Summit
and Ford Memorial churches met
at the parsonage for their regular
monthly meeting with Mrs.
Charles L. Dark, hostess.
Bin. Miller Entertains
Surprising Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Miller Thursday evening a group
of friends came In unexpectedly
bringing their refreshments with
them. A pleasant evening at cards
was spent by Mr. and Mrs. Don
Hendrle, Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Davis,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Curtis and
the guest-hosts, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Mrs. Miller gave a Hallowe'en
party complimenting her hus
band's birthday on Saturday even
ing and completely surprising
him. Chrysanthemums and ferns
were attractively arranged In the
living rooms upstairs, where
"BOO" was in play, and downstairs
where a long table was spread.
Hallowe'en decorations predomin
Consolation was won by Jack
A. Gosser and high scores for men
and women respectively were won
by Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Pattl-
son. Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Guy C. Newgent Mr. and
Mrs.' William L. LaDue, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred. Gibson, Ur.' and Mrs.
Robert EL Pattlson, Mr: and Mrs.
J. A. Gosser. Miss Lottie MeAd-
ams, Mrs. R. B. Curtis, who as
sisted the hostess, and Mr, and
Mrs. E. L. Miller. ,' .
. League to Reorganise
The reorganization ot. the Ep-
worth Leagues, that was to have
been perfected oa. Sunday even
ing will, be arranged at a party
for the young folks to. be held at
the community , hall- Friday even
ing.;;, r1 '. :-
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Duel tgen,
Mrs. S. P. Wise and little daugh
ter. Norma and William Bohle
were coastward bound s for the
weekend, the Dueltgens going to
Tatt and the others to Neskowln,
to spend the vacation with Fred
Bohle, son of our West Salem bar
ber and a resident of. Neskowln.
The Ernest G. Poppes were, week
end guests in Portland: .. - v
;, Bobby Wallace, Who has been
quite . ill for the past week, has
sufficiently recovered. to resume
his school work, this week.
Lyons Men Busy, This
Week Making Rll in
Bridge Near Mehama
7 LYONS, Oct. 28. A number of
men and teams are busy this week
working at' the Mehama. bridge
where a deep fill has to be made
to connect the highway and bridge
approach. The detour had to be
transferred to the opposite side of
the road in order to get the dirt
and gravel tor 'the fill.
With the rain the pavement is
pretty slippery to haul over with
the Fresno scrapers. It will take
several days to complete the work
so the bridge may be opened to
HEAR W MS
. TURNER. Oet 2 1 Turner had
a good crowd at the "Good Cit
izenship : Rally" Monday night at
the high school "auditorium. Mrs.
Fred J. Tooie Jr. of Salem led In
community singing, - with ; Mrs.
Mae Hadley at the piano. State
aifd national prohibition and why
it- should be' retained was the sub
ject developed from the viewpoint
ot a doctor, J. Roy pemberton; a
lawyer, Ronald Glover; a teacher,
C. C. Haworth of . Willamette
university and - a business man,
Fred J. Toote all of Salem.'
W. E: Ranhut of Salem favored
with trombone solos, accompan
ied by Mrs. Hadley ' and Mrs.
I Tooze with a solo accompanied by
."The End of Election Day" was
given by a local quartet: Rev. N.
Sherman Hawk, Rev. .E. J, Gil-
strap,- F. - C. Gunning ; and Ivan
Hadley. - V- : v;
There was also a. demonstra
tion by Turner Troop No. 17 Bo
scouts or America tea oy tne
scoutmaster. Waldo Riches.
Suver Plans Party
For High Schoolers
SUVER. Oct. 2f .A party, for
the: high .school children of this
community . will be given Monday
at the Woodman hall by Verl
and Ruth Harris, assisted by Ger
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Conkey spent
the week end with Mrs. Conkey's
sister and husband, Mr. and MrtV
George Ziegler ot Aurora. Conkey
has been enjoying a weke s vaca
tion. He la employed' in the Mon
MILL CITY. Oct. 2 Residents
of Mill CUy and vicinity were
treated to a sight of snow covered
foothills Tuesday v morning, the
hills in the vicinity ot Gates be
ing, covered with a robe of white.
No snow, fell In the. city proper
but a heavy frost during the night
killed all late gardens.. Early on
Tuesday morning rain started, fall
ing and with the rise of tempera
ture the snowwill probably not
last long. v ; :.,.;.'.?(;':V
Farmers are busy plowing since
the rains started a week or 10
days ago, and fall seeding Is being
rapidly 'pushed. Many, farmers in
the vicinity are burning. slashings
and getting . new land cleared
ready for planting later on.
Station is .
Up For Dallas Men
PALLAS, Oct. it. Construc
tion is being rushed forward on
a modem' service station 'at. the
corner ot Washington and Church
streets. This location has been oc
cupied by..Pete Heibert .but con-.
Btmction on-the new station was
delayed until recently. ri"
The hew building will be a two
story structure' and .will cover a
space 10 by -60 feet The lower
story will be used for the service
station and garage business while
the second story will be used as
living quarter. ,
, It is understood that the new
station will be operated under the
firm .name of the Dallas Service
MONMOUTH. Oct J A rep
resentative group of 2 Monmouth
grange -members attended, .the
Polk- eounty . Pomona meeting at
Buell Saturday." All. : eounty
granges except Suver were repre
sented in the large number pres
ent. Glen Adams of Brush College,
master, presided..' . ; ; .
' At the afternoon program can
didates for various offices . were
introduced." J. R. Beck, eounty
agent of Polk. spoke . at , some
length on farmers' Jbusiness. The
bus measure to come before the
voters November 8 came in for a
pro And con discussion. At the lec
turer's program, Ray W. Gill,
state grange master,, spoke in
formatlvely on the several meas
ures to be voted on which are be
ing sponsored by the grange as
an organization. w-
A straw .vote was taken online
presidential candidates which re
sulted as follows: Roosevelt 43,
Hoover 37, Thomas C. ' "
- Several musical numbers aug
mented the program - including : a
patriotic song by Mrs. Anne Dash-
lell, independent candidate tor
county school superintendent of
Polk, and piano selections by Mrs.
Maria Flint MeCall, state grange
lecturer. .. . - -4
Hazel" Green Names
' Honor Roll For Its
First School Term
HAZEL GREEN, Oct 28.
Teachers here have announced the
honor roll for the first month:
First grade, Geraldlne Wolf, Mary
Mlo, Gene Rutherford; second.
Marian Wampler; third, Joe Ya-
da; fourth, . Shirley Jobison and
Archie Rathertord. , '
There are- Id In the upper room
baving the coveted honor of being
on the honor roll: Beatrice John
son, Ralph Smith, Frank John
son, Tom Mlo, Bernard Zlelkskyr
Beulah Cook. Geneva Van Cleave,
Waldo Gilbert. Merle Smith and
Bernlce Lehrman. ' -. . .
Every rett ef wallpaper fat eur store ass seen ' dr itieaUy redeeed
, . Every reB asast ge te soaks reem fee emr new tin. -
Bedroom, Kitchen Papers as low as 5c per single roIL '
Varnished Papers for kitchens and bath as low as 15e
- per single roIL - -
,30-ln. Plastics for Liyingroom and Dining; rooms - '
- ; - 2k per single roIL .
- A V We also have odd lots and remnants'
- Oc pound
The sanitary wall. finish.
FLAT WHITE J
02.25 per gal.
:70c per qk 7
Inside Gloss raiat for WaBa
;.er Weedwerk' '-
j&25 per gal.
. - v Wc qoart.. ,
Gelite Spar Tarnish
Far drabs beards, Bawleaza,
ete. Wm withstaad akefael,
90 c pint !
We Carry FLEX the wonder Paint and Quickstep for
Floors, Linoleums and Shower Baths, Eetc
IHIiuittdhiooim IPeinxmtl: StoE?c3
154 South Commercial Phone 6687
Buy Paint at a Paint Store I
Social For Friday
NigKt is Arranged
By Labish Endeavor
LABISH CENTER, Oct.
The social committee of the Chris
tian Endeavor society has arrang
ed a Hallowe'en hard times party
for Friday night in the school
house basement. A prize will be
given for the best costume.
At the business meeting of the
Endeavor held Sunday night the
nominating and budget commit
tees were appointed. H. R. Schen
erman, Harry Boehm and Erma
Hornschnch compose the former,
and Valmer Klampe, Bernadeen
Dangherty nad Arlo Pugh the lat
ter. Officers will be elected.
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hat m earth
All New 1 932 Fall Suits, fresh
from the makers, styled to suit
"well dressed men, tailored with all
the little touches that count in
good xlothes. The man who
doesn't investigate these fine
clothes doesn't know values or
doesn't care. They are perfectly
tailored of handsome woolens of
sturdy texture and fit like they
were made to your individual
19 $2450 $29
You're lucky ? if you haven't
bought an overcoat yet because
here and now is the tinie to invest.
Here are overcoats you'll be.proud
to wear. ' - ' l- r" ' " '
$Q50 $20 $2ffl50
Alligator Golf Coats
Suede Leather Jackets
Nunn BusK Shoes
- 416 State Street
OF MHirS BEST CLOTHING STORES"
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T?INDING things out, smarty! I thought T4 exajmino
the tobacco in a cigarette.
"Look here . . . this is Chesterfield tobacco. Notice its
lighter color . . . you don't see any dark heavy types, do
you? I guess that's why Chesterfields are milder.
"I'm told that uniformly lighter color is due to cross
blending. It sort of welds all the tobaccos into one. .
"And here's something else. Notice that these long
shreds are all cut the same width. It stands to reason
they burn smoother and cooler.
"I don't pretend to be an expert but it looks to me
as if they make Chesterfields right, .
"Here, light one. That's the best test after all. They
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