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TTbi OREGON STATESMAN, galea. Oregon, Tuesday Morning, February li,' 1933
FD RITES 11ELD
FOXX BULL-DOGGING A CALF
WOODBURN. Feb. 15 The
raneent at Edward Q. EmmeU, a
former resident and merchant of
yoodarn. was held Monday at
the Portland Crematoria m under
Ch attperrleion of the Woodburn
ftlaso&le lodge. Mr. Emmett died
TnarsOar In Pendleton from an
atUek ef heart trouble following
pneumonia. He was well known
In Wood&nrn, was a past master
ot im Masonic lodge.
Ha tearee his widow. Mrs. Flor-
tence L Emmett. his mother. Mrs.
Aliea Burnett a sister. Mrs. Ber
tha Garrow. both ot Portland.
, and a brother, Arthur Emmett ot
alem. Pall bearers from Wood-
bam lodge were Frank Settle
cnetr, Elmer E. Settlemeir, E. J.
Btanajtxa and Dr. Thomas Sims.
A lass delegation of Masons at
tended, lnelndlng the officers.
whe aret ETerett J. Hughes, wor-
nivna master; Ray snaner, sen
ior warden: Jesse Tikan. Junior
warden; I, r. Gilbert, senior dea
tfon, and Earl Gibbons, junior
WOODBURN Luther M. Peck
died at his home on Elliot Pra
irie Friday, February 10. at ths
ge ox so years, fire months and
nine days. He was born In Mich
igan September 22. 1882. He Is
surrired by his widow. Mrs. May
Peek, m son, Charles Peck, of
rornano. ana turee aaughters.
Mrs. Mabel Losey, and Miss Dona
Peck of Portland and Miss Matll
Va Peck of Woodburn. Serrlces
srere herd Sunday afternoon at
the Hairs funeral parlors, with
interment at Hubbard cemetery.
"Bow you gonna keep aim down on the farm whan baseball starts oSV
is the thought that occurs on riewing this picture of Jimmy Foxr, super-
nugger oi toe rnuaaejpnia Atnieacs puwng on a Duu-oogguw ki wiu
a ealf. The photo was made on the farm of "Goose" Goslin, of the Wash
ington Senators, near Salem, N. J- where Jimmy yacatloned befoc
going South for Spring training.
Motion Picture is
Subject of Debate
Of Endeavor Group
erentng S 0 -Christian Endearorers
gathered in a "Friend Circle" at
the Christian church and were led
in an enthusiastic serrica by Mrs.
Gllatrap. One of the mala features
was a poem "The House by the
Side of the Road".
Following the regular Endea-
Mrs. Raymond Colgan, Mrs. Bea
mish, Mrs. Tilllr Blakney. Mrs.
Lord Sehcomacher. Mrs. Mae
Bobbins and daughter Lucile,
Mrs. Herman De Langh, Mrs.
Sprungman, Mrs. Tucker, Miss
H. gnnday Dorothy Ramaga and Mn. Gray,
t IN TRAGEDY f
WOODBURN. Feb. II The
new officer for the M. B. Sunday
school were elected at the last
meeting Of the workers conference
as follows: superintendent, Don
ald Oinanders: assistant superin
tendent, Mrs. B. O. Brown; secre
tary, Robert Barton; treasurer,
Mr. Marlon Allen: librarian.
Wame Ltresay; Sunday school
board secretary. Nettle Simmons;
horn department, Jeanette Zim-
merle; cradle roll supenntenaent.
The East Side Homes club met
for their third time at the home
ot Mrs. C. A. Parr. The chairman.
J. D. Woodfln opened the eren-
lng's entertainment with two
songs by the audience. There were
readings by Charlotte Mae ljtb-
say. Frances Woodfln, Mrs. snanv
bach. Mrs. Garrison, Mrs. Wood
fln. Ray Voorhees. Mr. Shambach,
Mrs. Brennan, Mrs. Parr, and Ka
thleen Garrison. Donald Gilland-
ers played two rioltn solos, ac
companied by Joyce woodfln oa
a melodlan that Rer. Oillanders
carried with him during bis min-
T .r. tV unhappy low affair. MJas Park wa
days, Wayne Liresay pleyed two u"fteT Joseph Field Park, of
accordion numbers. Rer. GUland- hmTK Y. She was educated at
farorite president, emphasising
the characters ef Lincoln, Teddy
J. D. Woodfln gara a reading. -0 duK by
The next meeting wUl be Mareh I "...TL j- Vnrt-
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FRESH. FUS CM
foBa Warinc Park. 20-year-old
American music student, who was
killed in Paris tn a f all from a fifth
tart window. French police say
9 . . m a fN
she committea smaae louowinsj bb
whole In refrigerator cars, and U
ti expected this wnl be a profita
ble Tenture aa good eropaaf the
regetable are raised here and
the local cannery does not handle
Fanaingtoa, Conn, and introduce
to socuty n vi
FALLS CXTT, Feb. IS Three
more inches of snow fell Satur
day might but melted tt on the
low lands. The surrounding bills
are still corered with troa- tlx
inches to a foot. The local ber
ry growers were rery thankful
for the eoTering ot snow through
the extreme cold snap ot the past
Miss AreriU Morris was hostess
to a group of her friends with
a delightful party at her home
Friday night in celebration of
her birthday annlrersary. Pres
ent were Edna Bamhart, Lata
Baker, Louise Murphy, Dorothy
Ames. Ruth Freer, Leslie Hud
son, Ellis Bowman. Billia Fergu
son and Johnle Henderson.
The Willing Workers class of
the Methodist Sunday school
were the guests of their teacher.
Mrs. N. C Ferguson at a valen
tine party in the church social
room Friday afternoon. Keiresa-
meats were serred to Shirley
Mack. Hilda Ross, Bessie Ames,
Hesel Ames. Marine Graham,
Jean Silvers, Ines Breed en. Leta
Breed en. Ray Gardner. Robert
Gardner. Merrill Collins. Jack
Raulaa, Wesley Rhodes and Mil
S at the home of Mrs.
New Chamber Has
Part in Banquet
Of Father, Sons
BTivrnv vh 11 The
or hour the young people put on w1w n,,aA -hamhA, f com.
TURNER. Feb. IS Snmrisa debate "Resolved That the Mot- TODa. , nir rnnstr no-
grange met In all day session Sat- lnS Picture is a Benefit to Amer- Ut6 laM for tne luture 0f the
urday. W. A. Jones, district dep- lca" Th affirmative speakers Urbanization. Forty -one new
Mir. ana jurs. Jones or aiacieay. i xvouucm iui m6
also Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Lambert Gllstrap and Edra Johnson. The
of Starton. were euesta. Mr. Jones negative speakers were Anna
gave a talk on proposed leglsla- I Jonnson, Kutn unstrap ana
tive measures, with a eeneral dis- Emma Fair. Mrs. Maud Brown
Turkey Dinner at
Salem Heights is
Highly Successful BCho1 to ""them songs.
Charles Battles sad Joe vogt;
original readings ty Marjorle
Worley; negre musical skis by
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Peer; songs
by Donna Dell and Darelle Wash
burn; boys chorus and gtrir cho
rus from the Salem Heights grade
SALEM HEIGHTS, Feb. IS r?., TJ .1 p
Th nrv ritnn. riB w thm I Jriano xveciiai ror
Salem Heights Woman's club at
the hall Friday night was a great
success. Mrs. Darrell Washburn,
president ot the club, was in
charge. Her committees were
Pupils is Tomorrow
Held at Monmouth
IS SUTED TUESDAY
WOODBTJRN. Feb; II The
trials ot G. X. aad George WIS-
lams who were arrested last Sud-
-i -mm ill lam
ror XYlrS. rOWCll I day near Woodbarn bare been
set tor February If when tney
MONMOUTH. Feb. IS Funeral are to appear in Judge Overton's
serrlces were held Sunday at ths 1 office after pleading not guilty.
Christian church tor Mrs. I. C. Tney with w. u. oevens were
Powell who died early Saturday 1 booked with charges of being
at her home. drank la a public place. Bevena
She is survived by Mr. Powell entered a plea or gamy ana was
and tour sisters: Mrs. Mary fined fit ana costs.
Bowen, Baker; Mrs. Edith Zom-1 .The Let term en's club of Wood-
bro, Seattle; Mrs. Edna Wake-1 burn high school sleeted officers
field. British Columbia; and Miss Friday as follows: President.
Sarah Jackson, Sasketchewan.
Canada; also three stepsons: C. 0.
Powell and Ira D. Powell ot Mon
mouth, and Lieut. Herbert Pow
ell. Salt Lake. Rev. W. A, El kins
officiated. Burial was in the
Knights of Pythias cemetery here.
Leo Halter, rice president, George
Koch; treasurer, Peter Larsea.
secretary, John Espy and ser-
geant-at-arms, Robert Boyle.
The girls' lnterelaas basketball
games were played xnursuay
with the scores: Seniors won from
directed by W. L. Smith Funeral the freshmen 12-8 aad Juniors
Farewell Event is
Held at Rosedale
defeating the freshmen 10-f.
This leaves the standing of tne
teams: Juniors la the lead, sen
Irs. Snd, sophomores, Srd, and
For Haldy Family Los Angeles Man
Buys Amity Farm
For Dairy Ranch
members have been added
The chamber will sponsor the
Father and Son ban banquet Feb
cuasion following. The attendance acted as moderator and the three ..can7"";h " "al f home-
lor the day was larger than usual. Madges selected were Mrs. O. P. also in the aj anual home-
The Junior grange officers were
Installed by Mrs. M. E. Townsend.
The children expect to soon be
able to have a meeting hall ot
their own. Miss Eloise Mollis was
pianist for the day,
Given, Sandy Brown and O. F.
Fowler. The negative side won in
a close contest.
The social committee of the so
ciety Is busy arranging a Boclal to
coming day festivities.
DANCING IS FEATURB
Mrs. J. F. Thomason
Falls; Injures Hip
FAIRFIELD. Feb. IS Dancing,
be held in the church parlors Feb- J with musle by the Middle Grove
ruary 14. Midnight Revelers, will follow the
comedy, "Mrs. Briggs of the Poul
try Yard", to be given at 8 p. m.
Feb. 15 at the grange hall as a
benefit for the building fund.
Farmer Union Group
In Session, Marion
JEFFERSON, Feb. IS Mrs. J,
O. VanWlnkle will present her pa
KiSIeu: Mrs. "ESS Mrs. W P "SSSfSSS
vi a t.- evening, at the Methodist church.
lett, Mrs. Frauds Wilson, Myra The following P" Jj
o. ! e..ii. n- j,.n ai.-.. I riven: niano duet. Donna Jane
Mrs. Fred Burger. Mrs. Rothwen-
Mrs. May Bedient; dining wuru . v
room: Mrs. v. w. uarwefi, ma I " ,;',;:,.." ; . -
K. W. Dalton, Mrs. E. LaDuke, noiV . ","8,T, TI
f a ff..u. Urm T. K Banr I tiosauo rouea umao k,
Vn M K VanEaton. ivuisui. vmuu ""-.
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Those taking part In the pro- i'owen ana juui xxo.i
Wesley. MeWain, ae-
2 ram were:
cordion solo. Willis Caldwell and
Joe Voirt. tumbling act Scotch
sones. Robert Hutcheon of Salem.
A duet by 8usle Jones and Hasel
Prpltt. Vocal solo by Everett
Wheoldon. Guitar and harmonica
CLUB MEETS 17TH
CENTRAL HOWELL. Feb. IS
The Community club meeting
slated for Friday night was post
poned until Februsry IT, becsuse
of the cold weather.
For Hazel Green
Started by Duff
HAZEL GREEN, Feb. II A
trio, composed ot Ulnes Naomi
VanCleave, Phyllis Koenlg. and
Rer. Walter Duff. 8r win con
duct revival services at Basel
Green church each night at T:S
this week and Sunday. Miss Koe
nlg is a soloist and peppy song
leader while Miss Tan Cleave
plays the piano. Miss Vsa Clears
is late of Weaton College, Illi
nois. Rev. Walter Duff Is a witty
Scotch-Irish evangelist. Meeting
will be held for ths school chil
dren at S:S p. m. every after
noon. The Hasel Green Women's Mis
sionary society will be a guest ot
the Middle Grove society Wednes
day afternoon, February 15, at
the home of Mrs. Hammer.
Stayton Area Signs
For 70 Acres Peas
ROSEDALE. Feb, IS Mem
bers ot ths eburte and Sunday
school held a farewell social tor
ths Haldy family at the Cammack
home Thursday night, The first
part of ths evening was spent la
the usual prayer meet! e. social
Members of the Christian En-
STAYTON. Feb. IS About
70 acres in this section have
been signed up by growers, who
win raise peas for eastern mar
kets. The peas will be shipped
AMITY. Feb. IS O. M. Bar
nard ot Los Angeles, has bought
the former George Thomas pi see
Just north ot town, and expects to
maintain a modern dairy rarm.
dearer held a social at ths horns I Julius Jasper st Salem has rented
of Esther Cammaek Friday night. I the place and Mr. aad Mrs. Vil-
Mlas Mary Lon Chapman, ths I strap, who have beea oa ths (arm,
nrealdent- left Saturday f or a se- I will mors Into ths former Soren
m eater's work la the Portland Bi- I sorensen nome en norm iraae
ble Institute. Paul Cammack. ths I street.
Duncan Appointed as
The Women's Civic Improve
ment dab will hold its February
meeting at the home ot Mrs. Al
rla Rlerson. Tuesday at 2:J
o'clock. Assiatins- hostesses are
Stayton's Treasurer Mrs. Clara BroadweU. Mrs. W . H.
I Tmim-w Xrm V. T. Strnnt and Mm.
W . M. M. - -
STAYTON. Feb. IS George - Jl" ":'; '. "
L-Stei0 tTZZJZ oi ber EurVpean ,ourney.7
been sppolnted by the council to christian Endeavor of the
lltbt nneP,7d ternl "Ji Church of Christ enjoyed s Valen-
F-,Kek' nirh, tine party Friday evening at the
isoeu. iut m. . .k TIS n church. Games were played aru
was brought out at the meet
inr. and the committee. B. C,
Denny and Dr. O. F. Kortnek
were continued to make further
investigations ss to cost.
H. E. CLUB WEDNESDAY
MACLEAY. Feb. 13 The Feb
ruary meeting of the Home Eco
nomies club will be held at the
grange hall Wednesday afternoon.
Members are requested to bring
needles, thread and scissors.
BUY CHEAP GASOLINE
DAYTON. Feb. IS Several
farmers with trucks drove to neai
Portland gasoline stations to pur
chase gas at a reduced price Sat.
urday. Each farmer purchased
several hundred gallons to be la
readiness for farming as soon as
weather conditions change.
TURNER, Feb. IS Mrs. J. MARION, Feb. 13 The wom
F. Thomason slipped and fell at en of the Farmers' Union held
'Too Much Competition
By WALT DISNEY
her home Injuring her hip which
Injury la serious as Mrs. Thoma
son is 89 years old. Mrs. Zimmer
man, a daughter, of Albany, ar
rived to be with her mother, also
a son, George Thomason of Sa
lem and his wife.
their regular meeting Thursday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
James Colgan, the entire day be
ing spent in quilting for Mrs. Ly-
nol Colgan. Those present were
Mrs. J. L. Callivan, Mrs. Anna
Lee, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Brown,
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