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.TEe OREGON STTATESMAN, SaTcnf, tfrcgorl. Sunday Horning, November 6, 1932
ews and Club
Olive AI. Doak, Society Editbt"
mentler and Mis Camming tAngl NAwlvurMTt' nnM
two duetal Mr. Arthur Oum-I oWiyWCQI
stings garo readings: Howard
and Erma Colt, ft piano duet;
! David Saucy, s Swiss yodellng so-lo.
At X late honf dainty lunoh-
eon served by the hostess,
Gets Crowd t Road
Ready For Gravel
VICTOR POINT, Nor. J Orer
200 prioni attended tho dance at
Mrs. Colo, assisted by Mrs. Roy the Union HM grange hall Wed-
M Radio -1
Child Study Group
Jo Hear Lecture
; Tho Association of Childhood
Educatloa will meet id two sec
tions! this week tor lectures and
demonstrations concerning tho
educational methods used In in
structlng tho blind.
Tho I meetings -will bo at the
school : for the blind and the lec
tures will bo given by Walter R,
Dry. Because of limited space the
division of tho group has been
necessary and tho first and sec
ond grade teachers will : attend
tho lecture and demonstration
Monday at 8 o'clock: tho third
grade teachers and principals will
attend Tuesday afternoon at s:su
Officers of tho Association in
clude Mildred Wyatt. president;
Graeo Hendrlckson Tice presi
dent; grace Allen, secretary
treasurer: and reporter. Grace
Salem Heights. Tho Salem
Heights Woman's club hold its
regular monthly meeting at tho
community hall Friday afternoon
with an attendance of about 45
Tho program was held first and
Miss Beneltta Edwards and Miss
Harriett Adams, with Miss Schrei-
ber at tho piano, furnished several
musical numbers. This was roi
lowed by a humorous reading by
Mrs. Clifton Mudd of Salem, en
titled "Potters Discuss the Elec
At the business session reports
n-ero hoardifrom the delegates who
attended ttie county convention at
Woodburnand plans made a com
mitteo appointed to take charge of
the flower show which will bo held
at tho hall soon. Mrs. Myron Van
Eaton, Mrs. Jay Morris and Mrs
MeWain wer the committee ap
pointed to conduct tne snow
Helen Crosby of Salem gave a
talk on "Politics From an Econ- j
omic Standpoint," followed by a
talk on "Prohibition" by Mrs. Sta
cy of Liberty,-speaker of tho day.
Mrs. F. M. Erickson was in charge
of tho meeting and program. Mrs.
Mary McClure, May Bedlent, Mrs.
Frank Walters and Helena Nixon
'Kingwood. At the meeting of
the Book and Thimble club Thurs
day afternoon at tho home of Mrs.
Ross Damrell, it was unanimously
voted to suspend tho duos of the
society for the current year. A dis
cussion was held concerning tho
desirability of daily hot lunches
for students of the West Salem
schools., Educational games were
enjoyed with Mrs. A. L. Apple
white and Mrs. Ray Lacey in
chargo. The hostess was assisted
by Mrs. Lacey and Mrs. Ray Fer
guson. . Mrs. Ferguson and Mrs.
Waldo Bizel will bo hostesses
Thursday, November 17, at the
' Special guests were Mrs. Sallie
TALENTED SOCIETY MAID
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Benefit Tea Planned
One of tho smart musical events
la Salem tor December will bo
tho benefit tea being given by tho
Beethoven society ox . Willamette
university In memory of tho life
and service of Edward MacDowell.
Tho proceeds from tho tea will go
to tho MacDowell colony founded
! by tho musician la the Interest of
aid to musicians.
The musts, clubs all over tho
United States will be celebrating
with some sort of benefits during
i tho first week' in December and
the Beethoven club is offering its
bit through tho . medium of a
charmingly planned tea. Tho date
will bo sot for sometime In tho
first week of December.
Miss Frances Law, president of
Metson, Mrs. W. X. Savage, Mrs. I needay night honoring Mr. and
Albert MlnUra and Mrs. Q. K.
Kr. m4 Kn. . BuiuO. Kit J. 0.
BayaeUU a4 lkwr Otrol. Da rid Bn-
rf, OUniu PmUl Xr. ui ilra. Jo Bai
tmif. Mr. ao4 Kra lUy lUUoa. Mr. aA
km. j. m. utasift. Mr. Mra. Arthw
Mr. an Mr. B1art MeOUy,
RaaMU, Lorralaa aa Wayaa RaualV Oms
W. M. BaTara. Mr. and Mra.
toral Mr. and Mr. K. T. WaM
aad danghUr ZaUft, Mr. Ml Kn. Ward
Harold. Rath Malao. Xralra Malaaa. Da-
rarnuar, Mr. aa Mrs. . M. Taama-
aaa, sir. ana Mrs. O. O. Uota aad iloard
aad Erma. Cola.
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Mrs. Edward Robl, who war mar
ried October 21 at Sublimity.
Mr.and Mrs. Julius Krem and
Mr. and Mrs. Vorny Scott of Union
Hill made a trip into tho moun
tains near Detroit tho first part
of tho week, going to seo tho road
being built there. About IS miles
of tho road beyond Detroit Is fin
ished except for top surfacing ot
gravel which will begin soon.
Sage of Salem
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guo of Tho Statesman, a mai aft
I er taking a snort ot whisky wipes
his mouth with tho back of his
handf Putting asldo tho possibll-
tho club, will bo in general charge y that this poser is in tho "why
oi. arrangemen. miss
A charming portrait, study of Eleanor Post, society
maid and graduate of exclusive Mount Vernon seminary,
Washington, D. C. who is aspiring for honors in Thespian Ciark pitcher read a paper on
auuuy. one is entering pictures, oasq.
Vlrglnie Melton la advisor for this
Amity Election day is the time
for the regular meeting of the
Woman's Civie Improvement club.
Hostesses for tho meeting are
Mrs. James Payne, Mrs. Lloyd Mc
Cready, Mrs. George Thomas, and
Mrs. W. W. Jones. Tho meeting
will bo at the Payne homo on
North Grade street at I: SO p. m.
Mrs. A. E. Murphy will describe
her visit to "Mount Vernon'
Hareaville The H a y o s v 1 He
Woman's club met at the home ot
Mrs. Beers with Mrs. Fred Wil
liams as assistant hostess. Mrs.
does a hen cross tho road?'
class, tho answer may be that tho
tendency has come down from ear
ly times, when men wore fierce
and bristly beards and tho palms
of tho hands were ticklish and tho
backs of tho hands were not, even
Tho voters pamphlets just by
tho way of saying something-
are racy (In tho political sense)
but not spicy.
Aged Waldo Hills
Honors on Birthday
turner. not. s Mr. and
Mrs. O. P. Given spent Wednes
day at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Savage, Sr., in tho Waldo
Hills, to help celebrate Mrs. Giv-
ens' father's 72nd birthday.
Mr. Savage's other daughter.
Mrs. R. B. Archibald, and Mr.
Archibald, were also present. Two
eons, C. W. and Albert Savage,
Jr.,- of Bremerton, Washington,
wore unable to bo present. Mr.
Savage has Just returned from a
trip to Canada. Tho birthday
cake was made and sent by Mrs.
C. W. Savage of Bremerton.
snnroAT, movxmbk s
SOW rartlaaaV sso Xa.
S:0 Moraiac Saaaaiaa.
: Aaaarica Laciaa prorraau
ie:0O Srmphaar aaaaart KBO.
13:00 Way aa Kia aad HU Oreaattra. :
IS :80 National flaadar Foraaa, XBO.
1:30 Hirtlirata taa Bibla. NBO,
t :0O World of Eallgioa, NEO. 1
S:S -Boak chat, Richard Maatfaatarr.
S:0O CaeiUaaa, NBO.
S:SO Baacaaaara. NBC.
4:00 Dsnald KeU. NBC.
4:SO Oraat MoaaeaU ra HUUrr, NBO.
Albaaa o( ramlllar alaaia, a BO.
T:I0 On mt taa ttotk.
8:10 Taraa Wara Mordarad.
10:19 Caacart aoartat.
10:45 Oljapiaaa. .
11:00 Bat Tabaria reaaatra, NBO.
11:1S Tha Eraniac Star.
K01X rorUaad 40 Ko.
:00 Salt Laka Tabaraacla jrograat.
9:45 Emory Deetaca'i orchettra. CBS.
10:00 National Adriaorr Coaaeil. CBS.
10 :S0 Colambia Caareh of taa Air. UBS.
11:15 Albert Malotta. concert orfaaiat.
11:45 Hooiiar Editor, Alka Sattsar, CBS.
12:00 Saw York 1'kiioanaoala Bjm-
nhony areaaatra, CBS.
:00 Lindaey aad Harlino. DLBS. ,
1:15 Bakbi Magnia. DLBS.
S:00 Foot' a Oola. CB8.
4:00 Dr. Jaliaa Kloia, "World Baal-
4:15 Naw World Symphony, CBS.
.4:45 Casta Nina Singing- Girla, CBS.
a :0U Eraea iiatefeeaoa, coaeort piaa-
S:S0 Malady hoar, DLBS.
T :1 Wtlfara roUol msbilizatloa pro-
: Doattatry aad
S:00 Inaroviat Oaa'a
I - SttO a Taa Uka It Aathaar
T:0S Tha SovtU Tank aad Sawage ZKa- :
em. w. Ultaiora. s tt
m :to Horaiar eoarorr. " -it
10 tOO TTaaia Xeoaaaics Obaorrnfc,
1 s wo rarnt soar, t . u r
T:J0 taa Couaty Agaat Drop
T:S0 4-H alab mootiag. '
S:15 Oragoa Poota; Ckarlaa Plat Olaoa.
Women's Club Has
Meeting ' at Potts
TALBOT, Nov. 5 Mrs. George
Potts was hostess to tho Talbot
Women's club Wednesday after
noon at her home three miles
west of Talbot. Mrs. G. M. Bel
knap, president, was in ehargoof
tho meeting. Members present
were Mrs. Nana, Mrs. G. M. Bel-)
knap, Mrs. Addle Davidson, Mrs.
A. E. Colo, Mrs. Sarah Taylor.
Mrs. Delmer Davidson, Mrs. D. S..
Blinston. Mrs. Charles Taylor and
the hostess, Mrs. Potts.
Tho afternoon was spent mak
ing plans tor work to bo done by
tho club in the near future.
0:00 KHJ Marrnaakara- DLBS.
10:00 Tho Wandorar, Gaaa Bakor aad
10:30 Tod Fio Rita'a oreheatra, DLBS.
11:00 Midnight Moods. DLBS.
MONDAY, NOVXMBEB T
KOW Portland 620 Ka.
T: IS Morning Saaahina.
8:15 Lit t la Orphan Aaala, NBO.
0:30 Cooking achool.
10:00 Arion trio, NBO.
10:80 Wotnaa'a Magaiina af tha Air,
11:30 Ma and My Shadow.
12:15 W eitera Farm and Homt hoar,
1:30 Kelly' Salon orchettra.
8:00 Taa Time Bataar.
4:15 Foreign Affair.
5:00 Fine Art atring qnartet, NBO.
5:30 Eiloea Piggott. NBC
6:00 Organ concert.
0:30 Parade of tha State, NBO.
7:09 National Badio Foram, NBO.
7:15 School contolidation bill.
6:00 Amoa 'n' Andy. NBO.
8:30 Roaiernciaa Quarter hoar.
8:45 Barbara Pittoek.
10:15 Dancing with Vie Meyer. EOMO,
11:15 The Erening Star.
A key on a certain typewriter in
this town will not Ho down when
it is up, nor will It get up when it
is down. I have known boys who
were like that.
Brnsh College A feature of
special interest at the meeting of
tho Brush College Helpers at the
home of Mrs. A. R. Ewing Thurs
day, was an address by Mrs. D.
J. Lehman, president of the Sa
lem W. C. T. U. who told of her
recent trip to the national W.
C. T. U. convention at Seattle.
Mrs. Lehman stated that govern
ment control was the worse
curse that ever befell Canada and '
that prayer bands are being
formed to pray that America
would hold her dry law. In con
clusion she said that "Old Glory
became more glorious to us when
we ceased to drape it over the sa
loon." Mrs. Oliver Whitney, president,
and Mrs. A. E. Utley gave a re
port of the Institute of the feder
ation of women's clubs held at
Rickreall. A vote was passed to
do some Red Cross sewing. Mrs.
A. E. Utley is in charge of this
Red Cross district made up of
five communities of Polk county.
Mrs. Karl Harrltt conducted do
votlonals and Mrs. F. C. Ewing
led the flag salute and gave a
patriotic number. Mrs. A. E. Ut
ley sang two selections to her
Tho next meeting will be at
the home ot Mrs. F. C. Ewing.
Mrs. M. Focht and Mrs. Joe Sing-
Spocl&l guests were Mra. Charles
Park, Mis I Stout. Mra. B. B. Car
rier, all of Salem ; Mrs. Jenny P&g-a,
Portland: Mra. C. Linden. Mra. W.
Orlawold. Mrs. Peter Krall, Mlaa Rose
Krall, Mrs. Mary Sehon and Miss Ruth
Bennett, and Mrs. Maria Flint McCall,
Mra Karl Harrltt, Mrs. Jo Hadae-
Deck. Mrs. Clifford Smith and chil
dren. Doris and Doreen. Mrs. Paul
Wallace and children Nancy Lou and
Paulina. Mra. Joe Slnjrar and daughter
Josephine, Mra Ferdinand Singer, Mra
Lout Singer, Mra M. Focht. Mra
A. K. Utley. Mra F. C. Swing, Mra
Ooorre Mercer and children Gertrude
and Myrtle, Mra U. J. Lehman, Mlaa
Sadie Singer. Margaret Ewing. Mra
Oliver Whitney. Ralph, and Donald Ew
ing and tha hostess.
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Hubbard Eugene Silks, Mrs.
Nellie Cornell, and Mrs. Adeline
Fields chaperoned the reciprocal
party Friday night at the schdbl
house honoring tho upper class
men. Games and stunts made tho
evening pass quickly until tho re
freshments were served by tho
Tho campaign has lasted plenty
long enough. Patience shows signs
of wearing thin in spots. Even the
most angelic of dispositions can
stand only so much, and when an
angelic disposition busts out It
A wild wise guy says wo are
about to go into another dark age
period. Good bye. Have a pleasant
time. Quite a number of us aren't
going this trip.
state and national parks
A miscellaneous shower was
given to Mrs. L. B. George whose
home was burned recently
Wesleyan Service Guild of Ja
son Leo church meets at 7:30
o'clock with Mrs. H. G. Humphrey,
860 Jefferson street. All women
of tho church are urged to attend
this meeting, at which Ronald
Glover will discuss election meas
Keizer The home of Mr. and HoOVer Ha Lead in
Mrs. jurti uoie was tne scene i n.n . oi ,
of a pleasant surprise Friday DailOI, OllVertOn
night in compliment to Mr. Colo,
tho newly elected president of I BILVERTON, Nov. I A
the Keizer Community club, straw vote condacted by tho Sll
About 4.9 neighbors tand friends verton Appeal-Tribune at Stiver-
gathered for a social time. The I ton gives President Hoover a lead
evening was spent Ua games, go-lover Gov. Roosevelt In tho com
cial conversation and a program ing election. Tho final count
of unusual Interest Miss Lucille I shows tho presldeat with 1S1
Cummings gave two vocal solos,! votes to tho governor's 104. Last
and a piano solo; Armond Per-1 week tho count was Hoover 104,
montier sang two songs; Mr. Par- Roosevelt 18.
Harmonica Band is
Formed by School
PupU. Mill City
MILL CITY. Nov. 5 Something
new in school activities and for
that matter in the history of tho
city. Is the harmonica band which
has been organized by Mrs. Sven
Ellasen, with Mrs. Eliasen as in
So tar I a pupils are enrolled
and it is anticipated that several
more will be added to the num
ber. ... O-
Tho Instruction books and
harps have arrived and tho first
meeting was held this week.
Mrs. Kelly to Give
Report on Gathering
MISSION BOTTOM, Nov. I
Mrs. Van 0. Kelly attended a ses
sion of tho Regional P. T. A. con
vention in Portland Wednesday.
She will give a report to the local
P. T. A. Friday, November IS.
Others of th local program com
mittee) who are planning to have
Mrs. Wester and Frank Lamb en
tertain with old-time music are
Mrs. Panl Townsend, chairman.
and Mrs. Theodore Jelderks.
KOUf FortUad 910 Ka.
6:00 KOIN'a Kiock.
:5 Faraa talk..
8:30 Ooldea Melodioa.
0:13 Baddy Harrod'a oreheatra, OBS.
B :30 Colombia Borne, CBS.
11:00 Tho CaptiTators. CBS.
11:80 American School of tha Air, CBS,
iz:so Hast rrsger, punirt, UBS.
11:45 The Foar Etoa Boys, CBS.
1:00 Feminine Tsaelaa, DLBS.
6:00 Colombia lea tare,
6:80 Mysteries ia Paris, CBS.
8:04 Columbia foe tare. CBS.
8:80 Blye Monday Jamboree. DLBS.
10:20 Erode Ethiopian DLBS.
10:45 toti Torgenaon. DLBS.
11:00 aek and JUl's Tarern orchestra.
KOAO CorvalUs 550 Km.
7:00 Morning Meditations, led by Bar,
Auburn Women to
Meet Thursday at
Ben Hawkins Home
AUBURN, Nov. 5 Tho Auburn
Woman's club will meet at tho
homo of Mrs. Ben H. Hawkins,
Thursday, November 11.
James McKenny a senior at Sa
lem high school got a deep cut In
his chin while diving at tho T. M.
C. A. during swimming class. Rob
ert Morgan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
T. C. Morgan Is in a Portland hos
pital convalescing from an appen
Eberly Moves to New
Farm Home on Coast
SPRING VALLEY, Nov. S H.
3. Eberly and son Ivan have
moved to their new homo near To
ledo. Mr. Eberly traded bis 10
aero place here for a largo tim
ber ranch about seven miles from
the coast. Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Thoma who now owns the Eberly
acreage, have moved la and are
planning to operate the place as
a chicken ranch. Mr. Thoma Is a
carpenter and Mrs. Thoma a
CHEMAWA, Nov. B Thursday
evening a reception was given by
tho Federal Employees Union tor
superintendent and Mrs. J. T.
Ryan at the T. W. C. A. rooms ia
Winona hall. All employees ot the
Chemawa vocational school, and
their families were invited, and
there were about 12S present to
extend best wishes to Mr. Ryaa la
his new capacity as superinten
dent of this school.
"Th Messag Without An Answer"
By WALT DISNEY
Damrell, Mrs. E. Saunders and I er will have charge of program
Mrs. Frederick Burcn. I arrangements.
Cross - Word Puzzle
By EUGENE SHEFFER
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