The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, November 30, 1932, Page 3, Image 3

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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem. Oregon, Wednesday Morning, November 30, 1932
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School, Church and Com
munity Club Will Unite j
For Yule Events
ROBERTS, Nov. 29 The wom
en of the RobeTts Community
club presented their first program
In the contest between the men
and women, at the community
hall Saturday night. Attendance
was large.
Plans were made to extend an
Inrltatlon to the Salem chamber
of commerce to furnish a program
the second Saturday In December.
The school, Sunday . school and
community, club will hold a Joint
Christmas j program Thursday
night,. December 22 in the com
munity hall.
Committees appointed were
program, for school, Mrs. Elsie
Carpenter, and Miss Julia Query;
Sunday school. Mrs. Mabel Hig
gins; community club, Mrs. Nan
Pettyjohn; tree, George Hlggens,
Raymond Hlggens and Mathias
Crouser; decorations, Mrs. Rob
ert Judson, Mrs. John Orsborn,
Wesley Goodrich and Roy Rice
Jr. The following program was
presented:
"Just Talk," Mr. Roy Rice, Mrs.
Estu Query; dialogue, Mrs. John
Orsborn, Mrs. Julia Judson, Mrs.
Gladys Bettencourt, Mrs. E. A.
Goodrich, Mrs. Harriett Blanken
ship, Mrs. S. C. Davenport and
France Blankenship; "Roberts
Follies Revue". Fay Foster, Rose
Ann Goorlch. Dorothy Rice, Jan-
Ice Hieerens. Dorothy Salchenber
June Edwards. Maxine Pettyjohn
and Neomla Crouser; "Preview.
Mrs. E. A. Goodrich, Mrs. Nan
Pettviohn and Mrs. Harriett
Blankenship; piano duet, Mrs. Ju
lia Judson and Mrs. Forest Ed
wards; reading. Rose Ann Good
rich; . "Sphinx". Mrs. Alice Coo
lidge, Mrs. Elsie Carpenter, Mrs.
Nan Pettyjohn, Mrs. Forest Ed
wards, Mrs. Gladys Bettencourt
and Maxine Pettyjohn; -"Popping
the Question", Neomla Crouser
and Dorothy Salchenberg; "On
the Old Plantation." Mrs. Julia
Judson, Mrs. E. A. Goodrich, Mrs.
Gladys Bettencourt, Mrs. Forest
Edwards, Mrs. Harriett Blanken
ship, Margery Judson, Mrs. Nan
Pettyjonn, Mrs. J. C. Bussler,
Mrs. G. F. Jungwlrth and Mrs.
G. S. Hlggens.
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Samuel Instill. Sr., dethroned utilities czar of Chicago, ia shown In the
Court of Appeals at Athens, Greece, after his arrest at the request of
the American Legation. President Hoover recently signed an extradition
warrant which will be presented to Greek authorities requesting the
return of Insull to the United States. The aged power magnate I at
present in a hospital where he is under technical arrest.
West Salem News
IIEBEST IS KEEN
III SUPERVISOR JOB
MILL CITY, Nov. 29. One of
the largest attendances experienc
ed in the history of the local road
district was had Saturday after
noon when voters met at the
grade school building here to rec
ommend a supervisor to the coun
ty court for the coming year.
Frank Caraway of Mill City
and John Jungwirth of Fox Val
ley were the two principal con
tenders for the position and Jung
wirth led almost two to one In
the vote. The recommendation
will be presented to the Linn
county court, but it may be pos
sible that they will appoint an
WEST SALEM, Nov. 29 Mr. i hopes to let them participate In
and Mrs. Otto Schmid are recelv- inter-scholastic debates this win
lnz felicitations on the arrival In ter. Practice in basketball began
their home of a fine 10-pound this week and some good material
baby girl, Delores Lorraine, No- for ball games Is already noticea
vember 26. Mrs. Schmid was for- ble. This week the children are
merly Lorraine La Mire, and Is a vieing with each other In the an-
daufshier of Mr. and Mrs. George nual sale of seals for the relief or
La Mire. tuberculosis.
Rev. Charles L. Dark, who has The Standard Bearers will meet
been quite 111 and confined to his at the home of Mrs. Floyd De
home for some time, was. unable Lapp on tTiaay nignt wun tne
to fill his pulpit Sunday and Rev. Misses Violet Wallace and Jose
John Evans supplied for him at phlne Tandy Joint hostesses and
tho Ford Memorial church. Rev. Miss Catherine Applewhite in
Dark suffered a gathering in the
head, but is Improved.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Burk had as
: charge of the study and entertain
ment.
Mrs. Garnet Smith entertained
weekend house guests Mr. and at a family gathering at her home
Mrs. G.. C. Goodlow and daughter,
Virginia of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Howser of Burns, and
homecoming guests for a day or
one day this week, Mrs. Luclnda
Enslln, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Smith, Jr., and daughter Frieda
Mae, Mr. and Mrs. John V. Ens
two only were Mrs. Leila Clay of lln and baby daughter Robert,
Tacoma. Wn.. Mr. and Mrs. Clell Miss Mary Enslln, Leland Moyor,
Holteen of Salem, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie, Jean, Delia ana Maxine
Clvde Rodgers of Scio. with their Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
children, Wanda, Gerry and Claud Casebeer and daughter Barbara
Lester, 'Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Couey Lois
of Hebo, George Davis, Mrs.
Rodgers of Sclo, and Harold Cou
ev.of Hebo.
Take over nepair Jsnop
The Associated station and
Auto Truck repair shop at 809
Edgewater formerly operated by
Eyerly and Widlck, then by
hCharles Widlck, alone, has chang
ed hands again and the new man
agerial staff, Hiatt and Barnes,
with R. S. Hiatt and C. A. Barnes
In partnership, began operations
there last week.
B. K. Simpson, who had been In
poor health for a number of years,
several of them being spent in a
I PHELPS
FUNERAL IS HELD
HUBBARD, Nov. 2 Rev. M.
A. Marcy, district superintendent
of the Methodist churches, and
Rev. Harrison, district superin
tendent of the . Congregational
churches, met with, the Federated
churches at the quarterly confer
ence Monday night.
The meeting began with a pot-
Iuck supper at the Oddfellows
hall after which Rev. Marcy pre
sided at the business meeting.
Mrs. Waldo Brown was appointed
secretary pro tem.
Mrs. Ella Stauffer was elected
clerk to take the place of Stuart
Johnson who moved to Salem, and
Mrs. Marie Claypool was elected
trustee of the Methodist church to
fill the place made vacant by Stu
art Johnson.
Reports were read by the pres
ident of the Guild, Mrs. Neva Mc-
Kenile; superintendent of the
Sunday school, Mrs. H. L. Carl;
president of the Christian Endea
vor, Betty Brown; financial sec
retary, Mrs. Julius Stauffer;
treasurer, Mrs. Waldo Brown; au
ditor, Walter McMannis; and by
the pastor, Rev. Glenn Hartong.
Rev. Harrison led a round table
discussion about the problems of
the church. About 35 were in at
tendance. Rev. Marcy found there
were eight different religious
groups in Hubbard.
Neighbors Descend
Upon Kinion Home
For Housewarming
PIONEER, Not. 29 The peo
ple or the neighborhood gaTe
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Klnlon a house
warming Saturday night In their
new home. The Kinlons Just
moved In last week.
Those present were Roy Black
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Bird and Virginia McCarter, Mr.
and Mrs. Clyde Robblns. Darel
Bird and family, Mr. and Mrs.
John Keller, Sr., Mr. Howard
Coy and family, Cecil Dell and
family, Johnie Keller ar d fam
ily, Will Klnlon and family, Mrs.
Tom Keller and children, Mr.
and Mrs. Lee Hughess of Dallas,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frakes of Air-
ley, Lois and Maxine Slater and
Oscar Domaschofsky, Marie and.
Steve Thless and Ira and Paul
Harrington. Games were played
till a late hour.
JEFFERSON,' Nov. 29. Mrs.
Arabella Phelps, 74, of Sllverton,
passed away at the home of her
son, Earle Phelps of Jefferson,
Monday. She came to Jefferson to
spend the Thanksgiving vacation
with her son and familv. and Fri-
Salem hospital, died at his home day Buf fered a stroke of paralysis
here Saturday, at the age of 82. rrom she did not recover.
it
Saves Money
on Colds
Every cold you avoid, or check
promptly, means a saving in money.
time and health.
To have fewer colds and less severs
colds, follow the new Vicks Plan for
better Control-of -Colds fully ex-
plained la each Vlcks package.
Mrs. Simpson and several grown
sons and daughters survive. He
had made his home here for many
years.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur P. Lewis
She was born October 12, 1858,
near Corvallls, and was a resi
dent of Sllverton for many years.
She was a member of the Women
of Woodcraft, also a member of
other man, according to reports. are expected home this week from the Relief corps of the War Vet-
S. Brown or Fox valley has
held the job for the past four or
five years, but due to. poor health
was not out for the place again
this year.
Miller Residence
Property is Sold
a three weeks' automobile tour of
Oregon and California, having
spent most of the time visiting
relatives at Los Angeles. They
make this trip at least once a
year.
The Women s Foreign Mission
ary society of the Ford Memorial J years ago. Funeral services were
church will rcongregate at tne I held Tuesday afternoon at 2
home of Mrs. F.dward T?rork Wed- I lrvv QlWurtnti f mm rrVmin
1 O IVlrS. SL, L,ase neaday afternoon for their month- funeral parlors.
ly meeting.
Entertain at Bridge
A Joljy bridge party was given
erans
She leaves two daughters and
two sons, Mrs. Ruby Woare of
Pendleton, Mrs. Eva Bender of
Portland, Clare Phelps of Port
land and Earle Phelps of Jeffer
son. Her husband died many
MILL CITY, Nov. 29. Mrs. E.
faaa ha a hmihf tha ntapa Imrtwn
as the Miller property-Just west at the home .f Mrftnd Mrs. L. L.
I (. C" m n H JM a, m a ft a A rife A
f the city limits on the highway
and has taken possession. Mr. and
Mrs. Dave Porter, who have been
Frances Morgan is
Noble Grand For
Gervais Rebekahs
NORTH HOWELL, Nov. 29.
Harmony Rebekah lodge No. 75
Sloper Saturday night. Those at
tending were Mr. and Mrs. W. I
Needham. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
living In the George Harris house Johnson; Mr. and Mrs. Frank io
tn Paradise addition, are movinz miie no- lne nosis, Mr. ana Mrs
in with Mrs Ojsr. lr Pnrtor la - Li. cioper. tiiga (scores were 0f Gervais. at their regular meet
a daughter of Mrs. Case. won bT Mr and Mrs- Johnson and Ing at the Gervais Masonic hall.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Havnes. who consolation Dy Mrs. iseeanam. ne- elected officers for the current
nave been living in another house cent house guests at the Sloper term of six months, as follows
wneri hv Mr. Harris, will move home were Mr. and Mrs. Jack I Noble crand Frances Morxan:
into the house vacated by the Por- Watson and son. Dale of Portland, vice-grand, Minnie McDonald; re-
Mrs, watson is a sister or Mrs. cording secretary, Marie Harold;
Sloper. I financial secretary, Alice Massey;
The fifty-first wedding anniver- treasurer, Mary Sawyer.
sary of Mr. and Mrs. T. Marian Installation of these officers
Moore was fittingly celebrated at with the appointive officers will
their home with a family dinner be arranged by Helen 'Wlesner,
party Sunday. I district deputy president, for the
Starting Basketball I first .regular meeting in January.
rtflkaHnop wtll ha 4 Vt aanfa 9 I UavTHAnw A A oiaa t ao vn
Down Decisively interest among the pupils of the cepted an invitation from St. Al-
I upper graces in tne west taiem exis loage at uuttevuie to exem-
SHELBURN Nov 28 The school for some time now as the I pllfy the degree wcrk there De-
RhAihnrn Achoolhonse was crowd- principal. Lyle Thomas is drilling I cember 14. Mrs. S. A. Harris is
ter's within a few days, or as soon
as the rest of their household fur
nishings which they have stored
near Connel, Wash., arrive.
Thousand Dollar
Road Levy Turned
ed to capacity Saturday afternoon
when the taxpayers of road dis
trict No. 14 met to vote on a
$1000 road fund.
G. O. Miller was elected chair
man of the meeting and Mrs. C.
C. McClain secretary After a re
port of the road patrolman was
heard, a vote was taken- on the
special tax, 61 votes being cast,
44 ag
the children in forensics, and 1 captain of the team.
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When Cold
THREATEN
to Prevent many cold
IF a Cold
DEVELOPS
. to End it Sooner
IF there Is a cough,, yotfl Bk A
new Vkks Cough Drop Bdktc4
with Ingredients of VspoReV.
with 17 In favor of and
the tax.
against
Audobon Society
Talked For Scio;
Prill Gives Talk
SCIO, Not. 29. Dr. A. G. Prill,
local physician, gave an illustrat
ed talk on birds, both local ana
foreign, to the entire school group
Monday afternoon.
A great deal of Interest was
shown in the organization of an
Audobon society, for the study
and preservation of birds. Dr.
Prill has offered three prizes for
the three best coloring reproduc
tions of birds.
Christian Women's
Bazaar is Thursday
TURNER, Nov. l4 The Chris
tian ehuTch women will hold their
annual bazaar Thursday, Decem
ber 1, at the chnrch rooms; Tne
public Is invited. The women nave
secured TO pounds of turkey,
(Smmmmim demise
uGG Sane
Thrif t Slid economy hart become watchwords. This year especially
we should use common sense In selecting; Christmas gifts , jfltta
that are useful and lasting.
Even tn useful things, however, tt wise to raaeoibw thai "tide heat Is eheapesi in
the end" and cheap things, made to aeS, are erten dearest.
Tm enable yea te get the beet, we have pUeed em sale several models ef our three R'l
Elanges, Refrigerators, Qadiantfires
at prices so low thai yen eaanet afford to y aheap snhstitnie.
jyittn these art told, we have no more to .replace themt therefore please select
fottrs now and we ghia hold II to yotf tt hiedV .
Jtt Sotf Deft street
Phone 5919
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