The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, March 04, 1933, Page 6, Image 6

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GERVAI3, March 3. Sam Mc
Langhlln, superintendent of the
dots', training school, will be tbe
principal speaker at tbe monthly'
meeting of tbe Parent-Teaeher a,
aoclatlon to be held at tbe audi
: tortus Monday night. The boys ot
the school will furnish tbe major
part of tbe musical program. A
large attendance Is expected to
bear Mr. McLaughlin.
- Tbe east Is being selected for
tbe senior class play, "The Pic
tare Girl." and rehearsals will be
started soon. The date for the
play is April 21. Mrs. Helena Es
tndillo Is senior class aevisor.
The community 600 club Toted
at its meeting held Tuesday night
to close the season at this time,
as attendance is considerably les
sened during Lent. Eight tables of
the game were played. Prizes tar
high scofes went to Mrs. C. B.
Ellsworth and Harry Brooke and
for second high to Mrs. Ward
Lundy and Lawrence Rellng. Mrs.
M. D. Hennlng, Mrs. P. w. Seely
and Miss Sophie Nibler were host
esses for the social hour. Mrs.
T. H. Canard, Mrs. A. DeJardln
and Mrs. Sumner Stevens are to
be hostesses for the opening of
the fall and winter season next
October.
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'Mozart Night9'
Sunday Feature
For First M. E.
Sunday night "Mozart Night"
will be featured at the services
of the First Methodist church. A
musical program under the di
rection of Professors Cameron
Marshall and T. S. Roberts will
Include the following Mozart
numbers:
Anthem: "The Gloria" from
the twelfth mass; vocal solo by
Mr. Marshall, "To Scenes of
Peace Retiring"; nolo by Miss
Elizabeth Clement, "Alleluia"; a
Tlolln selection by Jeanette
Smith; two organ numbers by
Professor Roberts: "Benedictus"
and "Are Verum" from Mozart's
Requiem Mass.
Dr. B. E. Parker will present
a meditation suggesting an appre
ciation for the contribution made
by Mozart to the world's religious
music. The three-minute play,
"Mozart and the Gray Steward"
by" Thornton Wilder which was
presented at Waller hall last
Saturday, will be repeated
through the courtesy of the Phil
harmonic orchestra association.
Mrs. Otto K. Paulus will direct
the production. The participants
Include: Ronald Craven as Mo
zart; Miss Genevieve Thayer as
Constance, his wife; and John
Barr as the Gray Steward. The
service will begin promptly at
7:30.
PBESBTTZBIAN
Winter and Chemeketa. Grover C. Birt
eaet, I.I., paitor. Church school, :30,
Ik it. Kamage. superintendent. Morning
worthip, 11, guest minister, Rev. D. A.
Thompson. D.D., Portland (Or. Birtchet
will be absent front his pulpit this San
4y); anthrra, "Tarn Ye Even Unto Me"
IHarker): solo br Miss JnepbinAlbert,
''One Sweetly Solemn Thought"' (Am
rose). Christian Endeavor, 6:30. Evening
J raise, 7:30, under auspices o( Women's
lUsionarr society: guests of the STening,
Dr. and Mrs. J. Vinton fieott; three reels
f Boving pictures of Chins: anthem, "In
Heavenly Love Abiding" (Brown).
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Basel and Acadesry. Bible msmI, 10,
lesson. II Sstasnel S, Mary Bauey, super
intendeat. rreaehing at XI and T:30. Mid
week T rsyer and praise Berries Tkarsday
t 7:30.
. TIXST SVAVQXXICAZ.
Summer and Marian. Emory W. Feiti
rorU, 1 D miaisUr. Sonday aehooL S:4$,
It. h. I'koraton, anweriateadeat. Moraing
worship, 11, "The Coaditioa of Prayer";
prelude and offertory by Mrs. Ethel
Poting Phelps. Christian Kadeavor vesper
service, 8:80 to 4:30. Dvaagelistie asrvieo,
7:30, "The Spirit of Wisdom"; gospel
song service led by W. E. lUahut, inter
spersed witit tpeeisl musical select ioas.
Bible study and prayer Thursday, 7:30.
chdsch or jesus CHxifT or
UlTTB JAY SAJJfXS
Liberty and Caoaseketa. Haaday school,
10. Preaching service, 12.
PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY
420 Vx (State, buaday school, 10. Moea
iug w or imp, 11. .va&avUistia aervice,
7:i0 and every aight except Monday at
7:45. Bible study 'i'harsday aight. loang
people's cervices Taesday, .Thursday and
halarday at 4:30.
OPEX OOOX MISSIOV
Hi hi erth Conuaercial. ttervieea ev
ery nigat, 7 :45. ttatarday, Bible study,
10 and 3. Buaday, Sunday school, 3;
preaching S. Veung people ia charge Fri
day. Jiciict department open S a. an. to
11 f. as. H. W . Coolon, pastor.
riBST CHTJECH OP THB VAZAXEKX
13th and Center. Fletcher Galloway,
pastor, 2025 Market, phone 0S3O. Bua
day school, :46, P. M. JUitwiller, super
intendent. Special revival services with
Lvangelist J. T. Lailoie close Sunday,
iie. LaKose will apeak at 11 aad 7:80.
H.iM.H. and junior society, 6:30, Mrs.
Panl Hardy, president. Prayer meeting
Wednesday, 7 :30.
riKST TJKITASXaJI
North Cottage aad Chemeketa. Pred
Alban Weil, minister. Church school, 10,
Miles U. MeKey, superintendent. Church
service, 11, "The Hour is at Hand."
ilra. Walter A. lenton, organist.
EkOLEWOOD UNITED BBETHBEH
17th and Nebraska. K. V. Wilson, pas
tor. Sunday school, 9 :45. Morning wor
ship, 11, "Foreign Missions," Mrs. Soctt
of balem will deliver the address. Evening
worship, 7:30, "A Public Spirited Wom
an." Young people's meeting, 0:30,
problems of marriage, continued, and
"What Should We Think About Cod I"
Eleanor Means and Mr. Wilson, leaders.
rntST GERMAN BAPTI8T
16 tl and A. H. W. Gross, pastor. Eng
ister. Sunday school, 9:45, Sam Schir
man, superintendent. Morning service, 11,
"A Tested and Proved Faith"; choir
anthem; Lord's Supper following morn
ing service. B.T.P.U., 6:45, Henry Neu
man, president. Evening service, 7:30, "A
Four-Fold Call of God"; special music.
Regular midweek prayer, lervice Wednes
day, 8 p. m.
ST. JOHN'S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN
(Missouri Synod)
16th and A. H. W. Gross, pastro. Eng
lish services, 9:45. German services, 11.
Sunday school. 9, Willifm O'Neill, super
intendent English Inten services Wed
nesday, March 8, 7:30, "Jesus Denied
by His Friends": special music German
I yen ten service Sunday morning. Ladies
Aid Thursday, March 9, at school audi
torium, Mrs. Gross and Mrs. Schulen
burg, hostesses.
FIE ST SPIRITUALIST
Kelson hall. Evening lecture, "The Ev
er Present Now." Message circle is held
by accredited mediums from 6 to 7:30.
Mary Sehwedel, pastor.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
Center and Liberty. J. R. Simonds, pas
tor. Sunday school, 9:43. Morning wor
ship, 11, Mr. Simonds will preach the
first in series of Lenten sermon on
"Great Chapters from the Prophets and
Their Message to Our Times." Sermon,
"What is a Prophet, and Why!"
FIRST BAPTIST
Marion and Liberty. Britton Ross,
minister. Bible school, 9 :45, Fred Broer,
superintendent. Morning worship, 11, spe
cial musie by male chorus, sermon. The
Rich Man's Doom." Prayer meeting, S:80.
Junior, intermediate and senior B.Y.P.U.,
6:30. Organ prelude, 7:10, Misa Minnie
Miller, orranist. Evening worthip, 7:80,
"The Two Witnesses"; special nscrie by
mixed ehornt.
SOUTH SALEM FRIENDS
Commercial at Washington. Charles C.
Ha worth, pastor. Sunday school, 10, Mrs.
Helen Fa Jones, superintendent. Morning
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The
the Churches
worealp, 11. "The LlvGivrng Chriit."
CL K. prayer meeting, S:S0 lete Kaapp, j
leader. KvanJag worahlp, T :S0. Prayer i
maetinf Tharsday, T:0.
- ' . TTRST CHTTRCH OF OOD
Haoi aad North CetUge. 8. T. VeaL
paitor. Snaday aehaol, 10, Jaaaee Davii
aeawriataadaat. Merniag werahip, 11
Iveaiag worahlp, 7:10. Zeaag peepht'a
meetrag. - S :0, Mlaa ' Ctaadlae diUeaple.
preaideat. Frayer and teatiavany meeting
Wedneaday. T:S0.
ORACX OOSrZZ. BALL
S49 North Conuaercial. Bible achool,
10. Bible Btmdy leetore, 8, "Ami of
Trampeta." "The Seeaad Coming of the
Lrd' hy . K. Bailey ef Salam. Ooipel
aerviea at 7:45. Laatcra lecture Triday,
7:45 p. bl
ITRST CHRIS TXAJT
Center aad High. Gay L. DrilL mia
later. Church achool, :S0. E. W. Cooley,
aaperiateadent. Meiiaing worahip, aermoa
aad Lord's Sapper. Tocag people' a meet
ing. Frieada aC the Golden Hour ad
three C. . ocietiee, :80. Eveaiag eraa
geliatie aerviee, 7:S0, aponaared by yoang
people ot the eharch ia special program;
large choraa of yoang paopla faraisa ape
eial featarea; menage ( iaterest te young
people by the pastor.
HIGHLAND ya fp.a jf
Highland and Church. O. O. Rinard.
paitor. Bible achool, 10, Z. M. Beckett,
superintendent. Morning worahip, 11, mia
aionary aerviee, "Oar Commtaaiea." Jan.
lor 0. 5:80; Intermediate, 6:80; aes
ior, T. Evening aerviee, 7:80, "The Ac
ceptable Worshipper . Midweek prayer
meeting Tkmraday, 7:S0 p. a.
niJT SCETHOSIST
State sad Church. B. Earls Parker,
D.D.. miniater. Church achool, 9:45. Jun
ior chorus practice, 11. Morning worthip,
11. "Rovited Estimates"; solo by Cam
eron Marshall; chorus choir. Youag peo
ple's forum, 6. Three Epwerth leagues,
0:30. Moxart program, 7:30, mnaie and
drama, "Mosart and the Gray Steward,"
a program of appreciation.
COURT STREET CHURCH
OF CHRIST
Seventeenth and Court. Hugh N. Me
Callum, pastor, 1744 Chemeketa street,
phone 8104. Bible school, 9:45, with or
chestra mnaie: Mrs. Irene Weller, super
intendent. Morning worship, 11, "Doable
Minded Men at Seat"; Lord'a Supper.
Christian Endeavor, 6:S0. Evening aerv
iee, 7:30, "Bringing Up Father." of the
series on "Better Homes"; special mnaia
by Silver String orchestra. Midweek Bible
study Wednesday, 7:30, in the Bungalow.
JASOK LEE MEMORIAL METHODIST
Jefferson and Winter. H. G. Humphrey,
pastor. Sunday achool, 0 :45. Morning
worship, 11, !Hoiea'a Menage of Rw-
rentanee"; chorus muste. Evening wor
sip, 7:30, song service followed by ser
mon. Young people's matting, 6:30, three
divisions of Ep worth league.
KNIGHT MEMORIAL
10th and Ferry. H. C. Btover, minister.
Church achool. 10, C. C. Harris, superin
tendent. Morning worship, 11, ''The Es
sence of Religion"; anthem. "Be Merci
ful to Me" (Ashford). Evening service,
7:30. "I Am Not My Brother's Keeper";
anthem. "Thou Wilt Keep Him la Per
fect Peace." Young people's meetings,
6:45. Fellowship of prayer Wednesday,
8 p. m.
BROOKS COMMUHTTT
9. H. Quigley, minister. Sunday school
10 a. m., Leo Reed, superintendent; Ohas.
Wade, teacher of adult Bible elan. 11,
morning worship. Sermon topic, "Oat
side Looses, Inside Gsins; Outside Gains,
Inside Losses.
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REFORMED
Capital and Mariea. W. G. Lleal earn per,
paster, gaaday scheet. 10. John Denny,
superintendent. Gemma servit, -10,
"The Begianings at Our- Lard's Fas
aloa," a Leatea mediUtlon. Engliah srv
teaa, 11, "The First Ward Croat the
Crass"; special srasi br mala quartet.
This ia All Church day for Marsh, with
laaea te church baseaaeat at aaea aad
aaeetings af the Ooaaistsry, Saaday aeheol
baard aad Ladies' Missionary society ia
sfterneoa.
AMXRIOAJT LDTHXRAir -Church
street betweea Chemeketa aad
Center. P. W. Xrikaea, pastor. Saaday
school, 9:45, Arnold Krnaker, superin
tendent. Mea's Bihla elaaa. Dr. A. 8.
Jeasaa, instraator. Morainr worship. 11.
"The Sia That Cannot be Forglvaa;" an
them, "Lava Divine All Leva Excelling."
eheir; solo, William MeGilckriit. Luther
league, 6 :S0, Iadlaa mission stady during
Lent. Evening worship, T :S0, special song
aerviee. Ladies guild Wednesday, t :80,
ia eharek parlors; koateaaee, Mrs, A. G.
Aaderson, R. O. Arpke aad Mrs. O. A.
Ostria. Lenten midweek sravfaea Wednes
day, 7:45.
RoagpAu rxmrpa
Mllo Cliftea Rose, paster. . Saaday
school, 10. T. D. Trick, superintendent.
Morning worship, "11, "The Christian's
Privileges." Christian Xadeavor sad eve
ning warship, 7. Bibla stady and prayer
Friday, 7:80.
7111 METHODIST
Marks aad X. Winter. Her. 3. R.
Stewart, paster, 1730 N. Winter, phone
897S. Services 11 a. m. aad 7:80 p. m.
Sermon topics: Cbristiaa Dovotedaeaa, a.
m.; Silence of Gad, p. as. Suaday school
10 a. m., sapsriptendent, Esaory Goods.
Young people s meeting, 6:30 p. u. Week
day serviees: Prayer meeting 7:30 Thurs
day night. Mrs. L. B. Griffith, general
superintendent of the Yenng People's sa
tiety will speak Friday night at 7:30.
CHRIST EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN
Eighteenth and State streets. Rev.
Amos E. Minneman, A.M., pea-tor. Ger
man services 0:45 a. m. ; subject, "How
te Use the Grace of God Aright Unto the
Glory of God." English serviees 11 a.m.;
subject, "The Grace of God Unto Our
Salvation." German Lenten servieea
Wednesday evening 7:30 p. m. ; subject,
"The Brother'! Blood Crieth Unto God."
English Lenten serviees Friday evening
7:30; subject. "The Dark Fate of Jonah
a Type ef the Fate of Jesus Chriit." Lu
ther League 7 p. m., Leonard Zamion,
leader. .
CALVARY BAPTIST
High and Ferry streets will begin
Sunday serviees st S :40 a. m.. with a
graded church achool, Mrs. W. A. Bar-kuSv-
superintendent. Morning preaching
service at 10:50 o'clock. Subject:
"Forward." Anthem, "Let the People
Give Thanks" (Leavitt). B. Y. P. U.'s
at 6:30 p. m., topic, "Courage." Even
ing preaching service at 7:80 e'cleek.
Dr. Elam J. Anderson, president of Lin
field college will speak. Anthem, "Jesus
Lever of My Soul" (Heyser). Monday
evening at 7:30 the teachers and offi
cers of the? chnrch school will be address
ed by Rev. J. R. Turnbull of Albsny.
Wednelidsy, prsyer and praise service.
Thursday, choir rehearsal. W. Earl
Cochrsn, pa tor.
HOUSB OF PRAYER
Chemeketa end 17th streets. Interde
nominational. Prayer lervicea every Sun
day afternoon, 2 :45, and every night dur
ing the coming week at 7:80, except
Thursday and Saturday. 8ubject for
Sunday p. m. will be "How to seek and
find God." A. J. Smith in ehsrge. Res
idence. 1382 Skinner street. West Salem.
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Jeka jr. Raaia. paster. Services; 11
..' Special mania by Mr. aad Mrs. A,
. Smith. Saaday eckeol, 10 a. at,
Mrs. Bulleck, superintendent. Ke even
tag services.
ORIAL
Boath Caaasaareial at Myers. S. Par-
lew Johason, paster, 4S H. My era trees,
pheae S6S7. Merateff warship 11 e'eloek.
Aathsm. "Bless ike Lrd O My Seal"
(Ashford). Sole by Misa Lillian Gara
iobst. Sermon by the paster. "The Prob
lem ef the Meek.' Happy Evening Hear
service at T:0. Sea feat led by C. S.
Orwig. Aathem, "Thy Mersy CalW Me"
Ceerae). Sole by Carl Mass a. Sermon
by Rev. Robert SniyUe en "Caring aad
Sharing er Christ and Teehaocraey."
Three leagaea at 6:15. Church school, V.
M. 8eckeit. aaperiaUadeat. t:45 a. m.
Mid-week prayer aad fellowship hear
Tharsday evening at 7:80. Choir re
hearsal, - beth ehelra. Thursday eveaiag,
7:48 in LesUe haU, Mra, Marjorie Walk
er Ra tcUtfe, directing
XTAKaZXICAL TARKUTACLR
Terry street at 13th. C G. Westoa.
paster. Sunday achool at 1 :4 p. m, R.
C. Ferguson, eaperiateadent. Ckoreh ser
vice at 3, subject, "BaptUed late
Christ." Evaagsiiatie aerviee at 7:45
p. m. Special masls at each service.
Prayer meetings Monday. Wedaeaday aad
Friday at 3 p. sa. Bible stady at 7:45
Taesday evening. Caotr practice at T
Saturday aight, Yeong People' aerviee
at S. - r
WEST aALSM
The Saaday achool at the Ford Memor
ial eharek at 9 :45 a. ns, aad at Summit
aad at Oak Grave at 10 a. as. Subject at
11 a. m. at Oak Grove win be "The
Ohriatiaa'a Bead to Victory," The Ep
worth League at 0:80 p. nt. The Rev.
Edgar Sime of the Friends ebureh will
be guest speaker at 7:80 at the Ford
Memorial church.
0. M. A. GOSPEL TABSRVACLS
ff55 Ferry street. W. H. Caldwell,
pastor, pheae S693. Buaday school at
1:45 a. m., Graaval Sheets, superintend
ent. Morning worship at 11 a. m.
Theme, ' 'After the Harvest, what Then I' '
Yoang People's society meets st 6:80 p.
m. Evening evsngsllstic service at 7 :80
p. m., subject, "An AU Sufficient
Savior. Prayer service Tuesday at ths
tabernacle, 7:45 p. m. Missionary con
vention begins Wednesday night and con
tinues every evening till the following
Sunday, with afternoon meetings Thars
day, Friday aad Saturday.
TURJTER CHXISTLaJT CHURCH
E. J. Giletrap. pastor. Sunday school
10 a. m. Communion and preaching at
11 a. m. special music. O. 6:30 p.
m., Ruth Gilstrap, leader. Evening church
services 7:80 p. m. Sermon topic, "The
Power of Christian Character'
LABISH EVANGELICAL
Pastor, H. . Schenerman, 1161 Union
Street, Salem. Phone 4369.
MIDDLE GROVE: Church school 10
a. m., T. T. Walker, superintendent.
Preaching service at 11 and 7:30 in
charge of evangelist Dr. Duff with bis
psrty. E. L. 0. E. at 6:30. Evangelistic
meeting each eveaiag except Saturday.
Children's meeting eecfc' evening after
school.
LABISH CECTER: Chnrch school 10
a. m.. W. A. Starker, uperiatendeat. O.
E., 7 p. at., with Arte Pugh leading the
discussion of the topic "Discovering Je
sus' iTiBciples ror irnr Lives." Mia
week devotions Thursday at 7 JO Pas
tor's subject at 8, "The Market of Sa
tan."
CLEAR LAKE: Church achool 10 a.m.
W. P. Oollard, superintendent. Jr. B. L.
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Will Start Soon?
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-'m.. Vridaaror society
of the first ETaatelleal chureh.
gammer and Marion streets, an-
nouacee tne oeginninm- 01 Ilru
ji anarnoon veaser serrices.
from 3:86 to 4:84 o'clock. These
serrices will take tne piace 01
meetings pretionsly held at :0
. a A . A - u M marf 9 a
O'elOCK. ana-WlU DO leamtsu ""
.n(at - vnaafeal aeleetions. both
rocal and Instrumental.
- The topic for discussion Sunday
is 'DlseoTeriug; the Principles of
Jesua In Our Urea."
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A I VUi uuu, - v -
P. Pettlcord, Corrallls, and Wal
ter E. Raannt, wui oe ieatureu.
Lenten Sermon
Series Planned
For St. John's
PmtAmirv Tnten serrices will
be obserred at St. John's Luther
an ehureh. lfth and A streets,
wttti tm naatnr. H. W. GrOSS. de-
Urerlnc the following- sermons at
7:80 p. m.
uarch X "Jeana Denied by His
Friends": March 15, "Weakness
" . . a WW la.a Jem
and Power Amaxmg-iy umtea
!. TtmUmnmm, n Tan"; March 22.
"The - Casual - Minded Arrayed
Agalnts Christ"; Marcn 25, "me
Innocent Christ Substituted for
the Guilty"; April 6, "Christ Cru
cified"; Maundy Thursday," The
Supper of the New Testament":
Good Friday, "Our Peace and
Comfort In the Death of Christ,"
Hubbard School is
Burglarized Third
Time in 6 Months
HUBBARD, March 3 Newell
Williams from the sheriff's office
was in Hubbard Thursday investi
gating the burglary of the school
house Wednesday night. Thleres
broke the lock of the basement
door and ransacked all the desks
in all the rooms taking eTery-
thing pf Talue including pencils,
fountain pens, sweaters, baseball
mits.
They also broke the lock of Mr.
Sllke's office and. among other
things, stole the prises for tbe
basket ball boys. As they left ser-
eral clues It is expected they will
soon be apprehended."This is the
third time this year the scbool
house has been burglarised.
a E. st 11, with AHce Msssey and Ha
sol Clement In charge.
ELD RI EDGE: The Bettor will spesk
at the school house st 11; subject,
"God's Mesage to Man."
BIickeyB Wings
TO PLY TME WlU.VOUVE
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GOTTA KNOW. YER PLANE
BACKWARDS AN FCX?WAROS?
VOU'VH GOTTA BE CALA
AN' COOL. AN STEADY...
AN" YET BE A
DAREDEVIL- !
of His Own Medicine"
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m wnw James
w.ru.t V TT-. riled Thursday
morning .at hla home near Dayton..
after three days' mness wi
firmiUea dne to old age. He lud
resided there since October, 1810.
. Mr. McDougal. a twin, was norn
September 18. 1865, at PhOadel
phia. Pa, At the 8 of two years
he came west wun nis parent w
e Tnia Vn . and subseauently
to Pike county, Illinois, and Aur
ora, Neb., before coming to Port
land in Marett.
He was married January a,
iitt tA Mtaa Lanrm Chambers at
Aurora, Neb. FIto children were
born to them. Mr. VcDougal died
April 88, 1825. Mr. MeDougal and
his twin brother, Alex, were con
tinual chums until the brother
died three years ago. Their homes
and families were always near.
He i surrired by four sons and
one daughter, Winnie, Leslie aad
Roy of Dayton, Ellery or wewoerg
and Mrs. Henry Dolge of Port Or
ford. Ore.; one brother, half
brother and a. halt sister, an re
siding at Aurora, Neb.
Graveside services in charge oi
W. W. Hollingsworth, Newberg
undertaker, will be held In tbe
Dayton Odd Fellows cemetery.
BRUSH CREEK, March 8
Philip Storti, 83, died Xhls morn
ing at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. Mary Mathys.
Funeral service will be held
Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock at
Kaulf man's church, with Inter
ment at the Kauffman eemetery.
Friends are asked not to send
flowers.
Mr. Storti was born in Ger
many. He leaves his widow, Sa
lome, and seven children: Mary
Mathys of. Brush Creek, Sam and
Edward of Salem, William of
Brownsville, Philip of Indiana,
Jacob and Mrs. Gertrude Muns ot
Illinois; also ( IS grandchildren
and one great grandchild.
Larson and Son are In charge.
Waconda Community
Meeting is Tuesday
WACONDA, March 8 The Wa-
a t . 1 1 til L .1 J
conaa community cud wm uwiu
I its regular meeting Tuesday,
YOU VE GOTTA HAVE
SKlll AN EVPBPtPNCB
PUP SWZ. S3.
BEBSUSTCIUi
IAN' A LOT O BACKBONE
CAUSE, COAE WHAT
AY, RAIN OR SHINE,
YA TVillHr OF JUST
ONe -rtHiNG TH' rnAIL.
fUST GO THROUGH !
MarchTlTT a the 'home of Mrs.
Jnlllan De Jardin at Honm. s
w-The laat meeting, was with Mrs.
B. J ,4V Miller near Waconis
This-, was . interesuag all-da
session, : and a large number of
members attended. ' Mrs. Vm-L
Andres ot Cerrais was a pocisi
guest.'- .
8CIO, March t. J. M. Bennett,
Linn county school superinternipnt
met with a eommIttees.of tearh.
era Wedneaday night to make
plana for tbe sectional lnstirnu
which will be held at the "clo
high school auditorium Saturday
afternoon, March 25.
- A tentative program was made
which Includes a brief opening
session, .two talks, one ot which
will be on the new school iavg
Just passed by the legislature, anl
a round table discussion on i t.
metic, and Its carryover from oe
grade to another and Into the u;gb.
scbooL Prominent people m
make the addresses and !o ai
teachers and those from n right r.
ing districts will be asked to lead,
the discussions.
Following the session the Scio
teachers will be hosts for t sod&i
get-together.
Members of the committee in
elude F. A. Gollegly, chairn an;
Mrs. R. V. Carleson, Miss Iiorig
Kllndt and Miss Doris K-r ma,
SOPHlSPECHT. 81 . i
DIES IT SIIVER1
SILVERTON, March S Mrs,
Sophie Speeht, 81, died this m m.
ing at the home of her dauzi,:r.
Miss Rose Specht, with whom -ha
had lived since 1921.
Mrs. Specht was born in ,r
many, and came to New York
when 18 years old. In 1873 .-ha
was married to Henry Sixvht,
who died in 1921 at Mitchell, Ore
gon, where they moved in
from Kalama, Wash. They cam
West to Washington in 1877.
Ten children, survive: Ro?,
Mrs. Mary Lytle, William and
Carl, all of Sllverton; Henry nt
The Dalles; Bertha Blake of Dal
las; Helen Woedard and Fr-da
Payne of Mitchell; Mrs. Lizzie
Mohrof Vacaville, Calif., aid
Mrs. Sophie Miller of North
Plains, Oregon.
F n n e r a 1 arrangement?, ia
charge of Ekman, are. incomp:-
By WALT DISNEY
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