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Tht OREGON CTATFSilAN, Salem, Oregon, Saturday Morning, October 29,4932
THREE BIB Hi
Holm Child Gets bad cut in
WALDO HILLS. Oct. 28. A.
N. Doertler of Ioka Farm, who
bad 11 head of Durocs at the Pa
cific International Livestock Ex
position, brought name two blue
ribbons and one purple. He sold
nine of the hogs he exhibited.
Mr. and Mrs. William "Wahlster
of the Evergreen district are an
nouncing the birth of a baby
daughter Tuesday, October 25. at
the home of Mrs. Emma Klopfen
stein. This the third child, all
girls. She has been named Joseph
Mrs. H. Ray Kiucheloe has as
her guests Mr. and Mrs. Manuel
Hosaman and tiny daughter, Nina
Ellen, of Walla Walla. Mrs. Hoss
man and Mrs. Kiucheloe are sis
ters. Mr. and Mrs. William Haever
nlck are building a new chicken
house on their farm. The building
will be 24x36 and they plan to
keep 200 laying hens. They sell
.The 16-months-old baby of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Holm, who un
til October 1 lived on the Mrs.
LC R. Linn place, was badly hurt
when It pulled the upper part of
a kitchen cabinet over onto itself.
The resulting cut on its head re
quired six stitches.
."A number of cases of measles
aVe reported from the Evergreen
district, but all cases are in the
Herman Kuenzi home.
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Har
mon hate rented their seven-acre
tract across the road front their
bom to ur. and Mrs. Robinson
now living soar Sublimity. - The
young cob pie will not move to the
place nntil January but the Har
mons will remodel the house In
The Waldo Hills clubhouse was
the scene of an invitational dance
Friday night, October 28. The
committee consisted of Frank
Bowers, Albert Mader and Ferd
TO !L? I0BT
DALLAS. Oct. Si. Polk coun
ty republicans will hold a rally in
the circuit courtroom-, here Sat
urday, November 3, ct S o'clock.
This announcement was made by
B. F. Swope, chairman of the
county central committee, who
with Mrs. Stella J. Henry, secre
tary, is making arrangements for
Speakers for the evening will
be Senator Frederick W. Steiwer,
Prof. Lyle Thomas, superintendent
of West Salem schools, and James
W. Mott, candidate for representa
tive in congress. Thesa speakers
will discuss the main campaign is
sues at the meeting.
This rally is open to the public
and anyone desiring te attend is
MILKY FAMILY RETURNS
AURORA. Oct. 28. John
Miley, who was the owner of two
farms north of town, traded one
o fthem for a smaller place in the
St. Paul district, where he moved
his family last spring. They have
now returned and have taken pos
session of the other farm, where
they will reside and be near their
Hen's a Demo
Or Big Joker
RICKEY, Oct. 28 Whether
the Rhode Island hens of M. M.
Magee are worried about the
wet propaganda of the demo
cratic party or whether they
think that Mr. Magee is wor
ried and want to tell him in
their dumb way that dreams
should be taken backward has
not been determined.
At any rate, one of the flock
lias presented him with a wine
colored egg. The egg i of nor
.mal fiie and shape but is pur
plish brown in color, very similar-
to an egg colored in the
old-fashtcnetl way of boiling in
The hens have been eating
quite a lot of grapes and wheth
er the coloring matter from the
grape skins could affect the col
or of the egg shell is being
This egg will be on exhibition
at the Maclcay grange fair to
be held Friday, November 4.
Ball Boys Selling
Off Wood Parcels
From Davis Tract
TURNER, Oct. 28. Ball Broth
ers, who came into possession dur
ing the year of a timber tract be
longing to the Cornelia Davis
estate on the Turner-Marion road,
are dividing the acreage and have
sold several tracts.
Wood cutting is already in
There are 600 miles of fishing
streams in the Great Smoky
Mountains national park area.
CLEAR LAKE, Ckrt. 28. The
Ladies' Improvement club met
with about 30 members and a
number of visitors present recent
ly. They gave a shower for Mrs.
Wilma (Garner) Girod. Also, Mrs.
Bressler's birthday was celebrat
ed. Visitors present were Mrs. Del
la Crabb of Quinaby, Mrs. Doro
thy Baker, Mrs. Stafford, Mrs.
Moran, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Harvey
and Mrs. Joan Steiner all of Sa
lem and Mrs. Joe Williams of In
dependence. Next week a wedding
shower will ge given for Mrs.
Joan (Evans) Steiner.
The girls of Pauline Coonse's
Sunday school class gave her a
surprise party Wednesday after
school. The Coonse family will
move to the coast soon. Present
were Marjorie Winkerwerder,
Marion Robertson, Loretta Smith
and Evaline Cain.
Baptismal services for 12 mem
bers of the Clear Lake Evangeli
cal church was held at the Calvary
Baptist church Tuesday night,
Rev. H. R. Scheuerman perform
ing the ceremony.- Three were im
mersed, Roy Smith, Pearl Jones
and Estilene Smith; those sprin
kled ware Reva and Ada Mae
Smith, Martha Robertson, Evelene
Cain, Lunelle Chapin, Mrs. Guy
Smith and Orrel Smith.
GIVES AGGIE TEST
JEFFERSON, Oct. 28. Mr.
Patton conducted an agricultural
test in the eighth grade during
the week. The test was sent out
by Mrs. Fulkerson, county school
superintendent. It the students
pass this, and take up 4-H club
work, they will not have to study
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More and more men and women
are coming around to Chesterfields.
They're milder, for one tiling. They're
easy to like. And the tobaccos are
blended and cross-blended. Chester
fields are as pure and good as Science
can make them!
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TRIAt FOR MURPHY
SET FOR T
DALLAS, Oct. 28. Jndgs Arlio
G. Walker overruled the defend
ant's motion to suppress the evi
dence against Spnd Murphy, up on
liquor violation, and set the date
for Murphy's trial at November 3.
Murphy's attorney, Joe Helger
80n of Portland, entered this mo
tion at the time of Murphy's ar
raignment on the grounds that the
defendant's room at the. Gail ho
tel bad been entered and searched
illegally. Judge Walker granted
District Attorney Barnhart sev
eral days to file affidavits sup
porting the search of Murphy's
room before ruling on the motion.
Murphy was arrested at the ho
tel several weeks ago and charged
with possession of liquor. Several
gallons of whiskey were found in
his room at the time it was search
ed. At present he is at liberty on
Four-H Stitchers -Select
Parties Are Slated
AURORA, Oct. 28. Miss
Evadne Hurst Is loader for the
4-H sewing class. Lois Manock
has been chosen president, Fran
cis Colvln, .vice-president" and
Dorothy Yorne, secretary. The
class is very much enthused about
the garments they are making.
Miss Mina Kilts and Miss Hurst
will give a Hallowe'en party for
their pupils Friday afternoon.
Miss Audrey Ettinger is also plan
ning a happy time tor her stu
dents. The mothers, little brothers
and sisters hare received invita
tions to be present. Two new pu
pils Dale Morrison and Harvey
Parrott, have enrolled In the first
LINCOLN, Oct. 28. When J.
R. Sturgeoa and son uncovered
four -skeletons, including one of a
man whose skull was fractured,
while excavating this morning
near the site of the old flouring
mill here, considerable conjecture
as to foul play in early days was
set going. '
.Old-timers questioned in the
section have no knowledge of a
tragedy in which the lives of a
family were snnffed out, or of an
incident which accounts for the
four bodies, all crammed in one
Deputy District Attorney W. B.
Gerth of West Salem and District
Attorney Elmer Barnhard of Dal
las, who were summoned by Mr.
Sturgeon, estimated that the
skulls and bones excavated from
a depth of six feet had been bur
ied for about 50 years. One of the
skeletons was apparently that of a
Gerth, who spent his boyhood
in this section, recalls no accounts
of a missing family. There is some
conjecture that a pioneer family
was the victim of disease, although
the manner in which the bodies
were apparently dumped into the
grave does not altogether bear
Card Series Again
Planned by Women
For St Paul Folks
ST. PAUL, Oct. 28. A meet
Ing was held at the home of Mrs
E. C. Davidson Wednesday after
noon to arrange for the series of
card parties held each year. The
following women are on the com
mittee: Mrs. James Gooding. Mrs.
Peter Kirk, Mrs. Uarj Taber. Mrs.
Gerald Connor,. Mrs. TJ. J. Kirk
Mrs. Carl Smith. Mrs- Ed Pillette,
Mrs. Joe Buyserie. Mrs. Maurice
Smith. Mrs. Clement Van da Wllle,
Mrs. Ed Davidson. Mrs. Herman
Coyle.'Mrs. L. P. Gooding and Mrs.
Maurice Merten. '
The group which gave the last
party last year will give the first
this year, to be held Sunday
night, November f , at Knight of
Boys and girls at the SL Paul
union high school are training
for their basketball season, which
will begin soon. There will be
msny new players in both lineups.
Prathers Hosts at
At Home in Turner
TURNER, Oct. 28. A Hallow
e'en, hardtlme party was given by
Mr. and Mrs. Earl S. Prather at
their home Wednesday night tor
a group of friends. Bowls ' of
French marigolds and chrysanthe
mums with Hallowe'en decora
tions were used effectively about
the rooms. A life-size witch grin
ned horribly from the wall during
the evening, and the personal ap
pearance of "Gunman Joe" added
to the enlivenment of the party.
Games and contests were partici
pated In, with Mr. and Mrs. T. T.
Palmer being awarded first prises
for the best hardtlme costumes.
Tall lighted tapers with a happy
jaek-o-laatern formed .the lunch
eon table centerpiece.
Invited to the affair were the
following: Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Pal
mer and daughter Peggy, Mr. and
Mrs. John R. Cox, Mr. and Mrs.
Douglas B. Parkes, Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Roberts, Mr. and Mrs.
Thurlo W. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J.
S. McKlnney, Mr. and Mrs. Donald
S. Riches, Mrs. A. S. Prather and
the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Earl S.
Prather and son, Stanford, Jr.
WEST STAYTON, Oct. 28.
A second meeting to Organise an
orchestra was held at the Elmer
Asche home Wednesday night. It
is hoped the group can appear be
fore the public at the Aumsville
P. T. A. bazaar, to be given No
vember 18. ' ,
A shower was given Wednesday
at the Charles Darby home for
Mrs. Lorenso Goss, formerly Rose
Darley. A picture contest was held
which ended by everyone trying
to help the last one finish. Mrs.
Goss, honor guest, and Mrs. Carl
Masters were winners. Other
stunts and games were placet.
A large decorated basket of
presents was presented to Mrs.
Goss by Mrs.' Paul McClellon. The
house was decorated with, beau
tiful gladioli grown on the Fair
Gladioli farm here. -
Present were Mrs. Carl Masters.
Mrs. Fred Dickman, Mrs. Henry
Snoddy. Mrs. Ivan Royee. Mrs.
William Royse, Mrs. John Teger.
Mrs. Martha Beldon. Mrs. Elmer
Asche, Mrs. Hairy Stenart, Mrs.
Seymour Steuart, Mrs. Robert
Goss, Mrs. Frank Allen, Mrs.
Charles Darley. Mrs. Lorenzo
Goss, honor guest, and Mrs.
Thomas Y. McClellon and Mr.
Paul McClellon, hostesses.
DAUGHTER TO SA TITERS
JEFFERSON, Oct 28 Friends
and relatives received word of a
baby daughter born October 21
to Mr. and Mrs. C. M. 8ather in
San Francisco. The baby has been
named Mary In Ruth, and is the
first child. Mrs. Sather was -formerly
Ruth Anderson of Jeffer
son. Mrs. Bertha McCallum of
Canada left Thursday morning for
San Francisco or a visit with her
daughter, Mrs. Sather.
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Grape Nuts .
"There a Reason"
Naptha Soap 5 bars 323
Purity Coffee 2 lbs. 59
Cauliflower 3heads E(3
Elsinore Pumpkin Ige. tins
OSI lb. Tin
3 large rolls
Lgt. 8 Pad size
Headquarters For Hallowe'en Supplies
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