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;The OREGON STATESMAN. Saten Oregon, Saturday Blornlngf Elarca 18; 1933
Local News Briefs
Darkens : Funeral Rev.
Fletcher -Galloway of the First;
Nazarene church was in Indepen
dence -7esterda afternoon to of
ficiate at the -funeral aerrlces of
George J. Darkens, who died at a
Salem - hospital Tuesday. Inter
ment was in the Hazel 'Green
cemetery. Mr. Darkens leaves his
widow, Mary Ellen and eight chil
dren: Mabel Henderson ot Boil
ing, Mo.; Nellie Rhea of San Ber
nardino, Calif., Pearl Knyken
dall of Loorals, Calif., Bessie D.
of Salem, Elra of Turner. Leslie
of Tncarpa. Calif,, and Ira and
Nelson of Independence.
Local currency good at H. L. Stiff
Estate Pays State George A.
Duncan, as guardian of the es
tate ot IL A. Sharpies, Insane,
has been authorized to pay the
state $70 for care of the ward.
Petition sets out that the state
is willing to accept this sum tor
a maximum sum of $126.87 ac
crued for care of the. ward. An
other order directs guardian to
pay from estate funds a $200
Local currency good at Garner's
Barber Shop, 820 State.
Petitions Flow In Serenty
seren petitions have been filed
with county clerk by hop growers
pushing the effort to get repeal
of the 18th amendment on the
special ballot July 21. Of the 77
petitions now, in, 61 have been
completely checked, and hare
4001 names certified. Twenty-six
unchecked petitions probably bear
1600 signatures that will be all
Plaa lor Easter Practically
all of the youth religion groups
in the city are cooperating in ar
rangements for a big union Easter
sunrise service at Belcrest Mem
orial park. April 18, leaders an
nounce. Committee meetings are
being held now, and the Dallas
Christian church minister as the
speaker, and Rev. W. Earl Coch
ran of 'Calvary Baptist as song
Local currency good at H. L. Stiff
At Rural Schools Mrs. Mary
L. FulkerBon visited the schools
t Buena Crest and Waconda yes
terday. Teachers at both schools
hare been rehired for the next
school year, she reports. At Bue
na Trent. Edith M. Manning is
nrlnclnal and Esther Albertson,
primary; and at "Waconda, Olive
1 M. Manning la teacher.
Judgment Entered Default
ind tnds-ment in sum of $1400
1 was entered in clreuit court
eealnst Marion S. Hunt, in con
nection with suit brought by A,
a Rrhramm as liquidator of the
, Stayton bank. Judgment has also
' hn sintered rains t Hunt-Tate
Motor company in suit brought by
the same plaintiff.
Wanted, used furniture. Tel 5110
tuw Born. Rossells Mr. and
Un. Charles Hussell, 650 South
lftth street, are the parents ot a
seven-pound boy born early yes
terday at the Bungalow maiernuy
home. Mother and son are doing
well, hospital attendants reported.
Amend Complaint Claudine
Gueffroy by her guardian, A. A.
Guetfroy, has filed amended com
plaint against Louise Hill, In
which she seeks $2,136.40 as re
sult of Injuries sustained in an
automobile accident January 10.
Entertain Perrrdale Capital
post, American Legion,' cooperat
ing: with Salem chamber of com
merce, will provide entertainment
at the Perrydale eoramunity dab
meeting at 8 o'clock Tuesday
night. The program, arranged for
by Onas S. Olson and J. T. De
laney, will include: Salem cham
pion drum corps; drum solos by
Rudy Schultz, corps instructor;
Haywire orchestra's funmakers;
triple tap dancing by Debs Ander
son; and a surprise feature. N. J.
Zylstra la president of the Perry
Films, Mission Bottom Resi
dents of Mission Bottom were en
tertained last night with moving
pictures and a talk given by Miss
Eleanor Tonsing, physical educa
tion Instructor at Leslie Junior
high school, and Dr. Vernon A.
Douglas, county health officer.
Dr. ouglas addressed the group
on health matters and Miss Ton-
sing showed motion pictures de
scribing correct posture.
Something new in jig-saw puzzles,
a big sale of Interlocking, Jig-Zag,
the highly colorful, large size pic
tures in modern four-color effects.
Over 300 pieces. Special, 26c. See
these in Miller's window, Book
Going to Beach Eleven Chem
eketans were signed up at the
Jennie Lind last night to go on
the club trip to Neskowln Sunday,
leaving the confectionery at 7:30
a. m. Those registered were E. M.
HoffnelL leader, Ruby N. Hoff
nelL Leila Hlnnsey, Constance
Smart, Dale McDannel, Grace
Thrapp, J. A. Burns, Flora Turn-
bull. Ellenor Dorance, W. H. and
Public Auditorium benefit concert,
armory, Sunday, March 19, 2 p. m.
Philharmonic orchestra. Adults
26c, children 15e. Tickets, Atlas,
accept m lie
Advises Collectors to Take
1930 and Prior Taxes
Taxis sweet Bermuda
plants. Salem Petland.
Sacs for Divorce Thelma C.
p-tron vesterday tiled divorce
complaint against iOke O. Peter
son, to whom she was married in
Yamhill county In November,
1928. She asks custody of two
children, and support.
Scout Drive Starting The Sa
lem drive for funds to finance
this year's Boy Scout program,
held up by the banking holidays.
will be started Monday morning.
according to plans being made
yesterday by Irl S. McSherry,
president of Cascade area council.
T. A. Wlndlshar and Wlllia Clark
are directing the campaign.
Miller's apparel shops are fashion
Legion Meets Monday Monday
night Capital post, American Le
gion, will hold its regular meet
ing at Fraternal temple. The
meeting will be devoted largely to
business, which may include
rote of opinion on President
Roosevelt's economy bill which re
duces certain types of veterans
Convalescing Mrs. J. V. Lehr.
man of the Hazel Green district
is recuperating at the Deaconess
hospital from a major operation
which she underwent early this
Violets Saturday special. 15c per
bunch. Breithaupt's, 667 Court.
Resigns as Guardian Resigna
tion of Eva M. Churchill as guard
ian ot Horace E. Gilbert, incompe
tent, has been accepted by the
county court, following discharge
of ward from the state hospital.
Files Accounting First Na
tional bank has filed annual ac
count in estate of Olln H. Turn
er, incompetent, showing cash bal
ance ot $323.08.
Miller's apparel shops are fashion
Appraisal March 25 Notice
been filed with the county clerk
that appraisal of the Phillip S torts
estate at Silverton will be made
at 1 o'clock, March 26.
Miller's apparel shops are fashion
Persons who desire to take ad
vantage of Senate bill 76. pro
viding tor the cancellation of pen
alties and Interest on delinquent
taxes of 1930 and prior years, will
rfot have to wait until the law be
comes effective on June 9, la case
the tax collectors accept a sug
gestion offered by the state tax
Under the proposal outlined by
the state tax commission, tenders
of these delinquent taxes, without
penalty or interest, would be ac
cepted . prior to Jane 9, subject
to the Issuance of a conditional
'The question has arisen as to
the procedure a tax collector
should follow in accepting pay
ments of delinquent taxes of 1930
and prior years, on tenders made
prior to June 9," a letter issued
by the state tax commission read.
"Certainly a taxpayer has the
right to pay before that date, but
of course will not do so if re
quired to pay penalties and In
terest which will be cancelled
when the law goes into effect.
'We recommend that the tax
collectors accept payments of de
linquent taxes of 1930 and prior
years without attempting to col
lect penalties or interest, bat
write or stamp on each receipt
therefore a statement substantial
ly as follows:
"This receipt covers principal
amounts only ot taxes herein
specified. Penalties and Interest
thereon, as otherwise provided by
law, will be subject to collection
if the law shall not become ef
"Since the installment payment
plan provided in the act will not
become effective urftll June 9
payments made prior to that date
should cover one half or all of the
delinquent taxes of a given year,
Members of the tax commission
said the adoption of this plan may
bring in a large amount of tax
money during the next few weeks
which would assist materially la
relieving the present unsatisfac
tory financial condition ot many
county and local funds.
Center aad Uigk street. Guy L. Brio.
minister, 660 H. Cotter tree. Chareh
nkMi :ao m. a. w. coin.
Moraine worship 10 US. Lord' Sapper
am Sersmoa. Second U ssriee a 4 The
Distiasaisbia Marks of a Christlea."
Yon peept moot at S:0 faa. Ivenias
aerrieo directed by th mw Mate ot
th char, xfeoo wtua- wu
chart fir ot October to bo aoaoc
Km to. 8peeiI sermoa for ins aesaiisa,
dwesk eervioe Wednesday :
in the CKurches -AWtf-
t ARMY SPEAKER!
hothu or nans
Chameket and 17th streets, laterde-
nomine beaal. Prayer erviee every Ban
dar afternoon, a:45, aad ovary week-
Bight T:d. oxeep anuraasy aaa pa-
arday. A anal messsr ea some vsn
aubieet will bo rivea Sunday after.
A. j. Smith, miister ia charge. Boa. ISIS
Skinner street, west oaiaav
aTortk Cottar aad Caoaakata atresia.
Trad Albaa WaiL mialttar. Church aehool
at 10. Milaa H. MaXay. Bart. Caarea
aarrieo at 11. Strain: "Do Optimo
Maxtau." Mrs. Walter A. Jjentoa. or
Sunday aarricea bafia at t:40 a.m.
wit a fradad school Mrs. W. A. Bark-
Supt. Preaching- at 10:50. Sabject
noBiic." A a them: "BeJoiao. tfc
Lard is Kiax" (Coaraa) Ineideatal oeke
FOR SMJf AXE
by Mlae JosepUaa Ieaa. B. T. P. TJ.'s
neat at S:SO BJB. "I Heard the Yoioa
of Jeses Bay" (AiMora) uetaeatai som
by Waa. Skrwia. Moaoay w. w. .
maattnr. wmuuut aTeaiar urarer aor
Ties. Tharsday ovoaiaf, choir rehearsaL
W. Eari Ooearaa, paster.
OHXXST BVAHOELIOAl rOTHXBAV
Eirhtoeatk aad Btato street. Be.
Aaios B. Miaaeaaaaa. A. M paator. Oar-
sua Comnnrnioa aerrieaa S:df ta, Sab-
jeat: "ToUow ia the rooUteps of the
Lord Jeiaa Uoxiat wao oauoroa a
IMad For U. acllsa Uoauaaatoa ar-
rioea 11 ia Sobjoct: "Let Vs Love
Our Neighbor Ktob as Christ Jesas Xjovod
Us and Died rar us." suavoea uaranaa
Lento Service Wodaosday ovoaiac.
7:SO pjns. Subject: "Saved by the Pas
chal Lamb Slain Uooa Calvary a Bel cat.
Special Masie. Midweek Sngiiah Leo tea
Serrieaa Priday area lag. 7:80 p-m. Sub
ieet: "Joaah Preaches KeDCBtaaee TJa-
to the PorriTeneaa ot Siaa Erra as the
BerTaaU ee God Today Are ia Daty
Boandea To Do." Special Meat a. baa-
day school t :40 s.m. Mrs. Amos '
Miaaemaa, Sapt. leather leagae T P-m.
Leonard Zanuov. Subject: "Answered
FIE ST OHTTBCH OT OOD
Hoed aad N. Cotuce streets. e T,
NaaL oaMer. Saadar sarrieea 11 S.m.
and 7:80 p.m. For the morning serriee
Us psator will speak oa "Babies' Day."
At the ereninr service the Eranrellst.
Rot. 0. K. Chapmaa will preach and
continue the revival next week every
evening except Satardays. Sunday
-school 10 a.. a James Davis, Sapt. Tenag
Panola's me tine- 6:30 SJti.. Mrs. Edna
a. if a. ooara. tabbbhacu
ess Perry atreet. W. H. Caldwell,
pastor. Tel. 8698. Kes. 11SS Msdisoa
street. Sunday school at :S a.m. Mr.
Gsnvel Sheets, Sapt. Morning worship at
11 aja, "The Lights Along the Shore."
Yoang People's meeting st S:S0 p.m.
Evening Evangelistic service st 7:80 p.m.
Prayer service oa Tidsy evening at
7:S p.m. 0. P. Cottage prayer meeting
ea Thartday evening. Special service oa
Friday evening ea "Health aad Heat
TTnUTEB M. B. CHXJECH
K. 6hermaa Hawk, pastor. Sunday
school at 10 a.m. Special temperance
exercise, Ivaa Hadlay. Supt. Worship st
11. 8ermen subject, " WiU He Be at the
Feast t" Epworth leagne at S:0 p.m.
The service at 7:80 p.as. conducted by
the M. E. Brotherhood.
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Major Andrew Leney, Irish
tor, who win speak tonight and
Sunday at the Salvation Army
hall here. Special topics: Sat
urday, "Travelogue ef the
Soul"; Sonday morning. The
Holy Ghost Fire"; night, "The
Greatest Text in the Bible."
Sunday school. 10: 11 a. as. Was-
t rated children' lesson by the paster,
Milo Oliftoa Boss. Morning message,
The Uaiaae Christ." 7. Christina En-
dearer discos lion led by Xne Pears
S. Draise serriee aav avoains meaaage.
Prayer meetings aad outline stady of
Leviticus, Priday. 7:30.
a L. Dark, minister. The Sonde
school meet aa follows: Ford Metsoria.
chare at :: at Oak Grove chapel
sad at Summit at 10 a. m. The ea-
wertb League meet, at Ford Memorial
st 0:80 o. m.: at Oak Grove at S p. as.
The Rev. Mr. 8im will preach at Perd
Memorial chursh st 11 a. m aad at
7 :80 a. au. oa Sunday, and sseh evea
iag throughout the week except Satur
day evening at 7:80 J. m. A 30-miauto
prayer servieo preoedes each meeting.
The pastor will preseh st Oak Grove st
11 a. am. fianaay.
iraaseuase u. . a
Highway Straight. ''
atiag Thursday. 1 :8.
Hear from Sister Mrs. George
O'Neil has receivea wora irom
hr sister. Mrs. S. J. Teters and
her husband and son. who are
staying in Los Angeles for the
winter, that they came through
e.. nmVa axoerlence without
tUV -- av
BeiMmraal Today All Girl
c.T.a will narticipate in
the ceremonial and service of
worship at the American Luther
an church Sunday night will meet
at the church this afternoon at 2
o'clock for rehearsal.
Doaieys at Sheridan President
and Mrs. Carl Gregg Doney drove
to Sheridan last night where Mr.
Doney gave the address at a father-son
banquet. Sunday night
Dr. Doney will speak at Chemawa
at the Indian school.
Attachment Writ of at
tachment has been filed In con
nection with, suit brought by A.
A. Schramm as hank superinten
dent and liquidator of the Bank
of Stayton against A. M. Doiler.
Police Hold Harper State po
lice were holding Ralph Harper of
West Salem In city Jail here last
niht for investigation. He was
unable to provide $25 bail.
Back from Marsh field Mr.
and Mrs. Sheldon F. Sackett re
turned last night from a brief
visit in Marshfield.
Foreclosure Handle Melby has
filed a foreclosure complaint
against Gerhard H. Fresken and
Helen G. Freshen.
The state board of control has
instructed all state department
heads to prepare a complete list
of their employes, the salary of
each prior to January 1, 1931,
and any increases they may have
received since that time.
The data will be used by the
board ot control In computing the
April 1 payroll under the new
legislative act reducing the sal
aries and wages of all state offi
cials and employes in amounts
ranging from five to SO per cent.
There are approximately B0
state departments and 3000 em
ployes affected by the salary re
The information will be com
piled by William Einzig, secretary
of the board of control, after It
Is received from the state depart
ment heads. Officials estimated
that the law would save the tax
payers of the state approximately
11.300,000 daring the blennlnm.
The hoard of control has au
thority to adjust the salary and
wage schedule in cases where the
revised compensation Is not In
line with the Intention of the
John J. Budia, paster. Sunday school
10 a.m. Morning worship 11 o'clock: sub
ject: "A Diffieslt Christianity." No ev
JASOV IB MEMORIAL M. B.
Tarner Jefferson and North Winter
streets. H. O. Humphrey, pastor. :
s,m. Sunday school. Graded classes for
every one. 11 a.m. Sermon by the paa
tor. Subject: "Fellowship With the Po
ther. Chorus music leo oy rroi. nw
man Clark. 0:30 P m. Epworth league.
divisions. 7:80 p.m. Special program by
the Wesley Fonadetion, uerraiiis, uregoa.
Devotional address by Mis Mildred Bar
tholomew, director of student aetiivtle.
A rrnnn ef students will civs the fol
lowing musical numbers, contralto solo.
"Trust ia Him" (Hsmblen) by Caro
lyn Gaskins, Marjorie Hunter, accompaa
it. VUlIn solo. "The RosarV (Sevta)
by Paith Lindros, Dorothy Kloepplag,
rMnniniit The EDWorth leans conn
cil will hold a "Happy Half hour" re
reptioa ia the fireplace room, following
the evening service.
FIRST CHTJBCH OP C HEIST,
Oh em e sets and Liberty streets. Sunday
service 11 e.m. and I p.m.. subject,
Rending room at atasoaie tempts opaai
11 to 5:80 except Suadays and holidays.
Comer of Hotel and Academy streets.
Bible school at 10 o'clock; lesson: II
Samuel S. Bring your Bibles; Mere
Sauev. suDerintendent. Preach iag st 11
s. m., and 7:80 p. m. Mid-week prayer
and praise service Thursdsy evening at
Pastor. H. B Schsnermaa, 1161 Ua-
ioa street, Salem, phaae 48S0.
LABISH CEXTE&: Church school 10
a. m., W. A. Starker, saperinteadeat.
Worship at 11. robjeot: "Ts Unlet
Corners tons." G. E 7 p. m., topic:
"What Was Jesus' Estimate of- Hums
Lifst Caa W Live It!" The society
invited to Clear Lake for the mid-week
serriee. Quarterly communion this Sun
CLEAB LAKE: Church school 10 a.m.,
W. P. Coimrd, peris ten en t Svea
gelisUe service aU day; Dr. Duff will
preseh at 11 a. m. Bev. VL Cloud,
converted Armeniaa. will bring the an
ssge tn the sfternooa. aad the evening
service will be ia charge of the Irish
evsngelist. Afternoon meeting st 3,
evening at 7:0. Meetinga continue all
week with special featarea each even
ing. Monday evening a tableaux will bo
MIDDLE GBOVE: Church school 10
a. m.. T. T. Welker, superintendent.
E. L. C E. at :80. tople for aiseussioa:
"Wast Was Jeeaa' EstimaU of Humaa
Lifet Caa W Live By It!" Invitation
to Clear Lake for mid-week service.
BSOOKS COMMUhUTr CHU'KCH
O. H. Quicley. minister. 10. 8aady
sehool, Lee Bood, superiatendsat ; Charlea
Wad, teacher ef adult Bible class. 11,
meralng worship, sermon topic: "The
Art of Making Religion Human." En
joyable serriee ot song. Miss Bernsdino
OOTKT ST. CHTTKCH OP CHSIST
Seveateenth aad Court streets. Hsgh
X. MeCallum. pastor, 1744 Chemeketa.
BibI aehool at :4S, Mrs. Irene WeUer,
saperiatendeat. Morning worship aad
Lord eapper at 11 a. m., sermon theme
"Selfishness and the New Deal." Young
People's Endeavor at 6:80 p. m. The
Bible Dramatic e!ab will give another
of their dramas at the eveaing service
depietiag on ot the beautiful stories of
Jesus, followed by a sermon oa "Gamb
ling with Salvation." Mid-week Bible
Ktndv oa Wednesdsy evening st 7:30 ia
Capites aad Marl, W. O. Ueaheemner.
pastor. Sunday a eh eel. 10. dohm Demay,
upertateaaeas. mi me a aamea, iu, i a
Traitor Polatod Out aad th JMaiie
Cemlortevi." Xagnak aerviee, 11. "The
J earth Word treaa th Cross" t cpeeiaj
musi by amah eeartet.
HisUnad aad Chare. O. . Biaard.
psator. Bible aehool, 10, X. M. Beekatt,
supenateaaena. movmias war sain, as.
Break Vw Xeur sallow wreaao." aam
ior O. X- a: 30. Iateraasdiate a S:SS.
Senior O. K, T.
9:80. "Make His
Midweek prayer aseetiag
Velsoa Sail. S81 Cheaseksta. Mary
SchwedeL paator. Leetar topi. "Spirit,
the Power at Truth." Circle held. S to
7:80, by aocradited medium,
Caater aad Liberty. J. B. Blmands,
pastor. Baadav aehool, :. jsaraiag
weraua, la, las meesags ax ajaoa,
third ia series ef Lsatea sermoa aa
Great Cmapters from the Propbeu aad
Tkeir Measef far Today."
Church street betweea. Chasneketa aad
Center. P. W. Erik sea. pastor. Sunday
school. t:5, A. A. Kruegar, aperiatead-
eat; maa s rouau-taai ay ux. a. o. Jea-
wemea'a class ay ssra. Arutsea.
Mornins- weruhini 11- "What is Truth
That Seta Tea Pre"; aatham. "Ol Sing
to the Lawd" (Bala), directe by U
liam MaOUearist. Chare teagaa, :sv,
Lentea stadr. Eveaiar service. T:SV,
by Girl Reserve ot Y.W.O.A.; musio
bv uiri if serve eaora. jaarca coaaeu
meet Tuesday. 6. Lentea service Wed
Summer aad Marion.. Emory W. Pet
tiaord. D.D.. minister. Sunday school.
0:45, L. L Therntoa. auperintendeat.
Moraiasr worahia. 11. "raise rreaaet--;
nrelnde aad offertory by Mrs. Ethel Pol
ing Phelpe. Christisa Endeavor vesper
servieo. 8:80. Musical vralade, 7:15.
EvsnrelisUe Service. 7:80. gospel song
aerviee led by W. E. Kauhut. interspersed
with soecial music! selections. "Th
Holy Spirit." Bible stady aad prayer
19th aad Parry. H. C. Stover, mia in
ter. Church aehool. 10, 0. C. Harris, su
perintendent. Morning worship. 11,
"Whst Msy I Expect of My Church":
lsdies' trio, "The Stranger ef Galilee."
Bveniag serriee, 7:80, pulpit exchange;
sermoa by Rev. B, V. Wilson ef Engte
wood United Brethrea chareh. Christiaa
Endeavor, 0i45. Donald J. Allison, lead
er of senior society. Fellowship ot prayer
Wednesday. 8 p. as.
Marioa aad Liberty. Brit ton Rosa,
minister. Bible school. 9:45, Pred Broer.
superintendent. Morning worship, 11,
"the Pise ef Prayer ' ; special musi
by choir. Prsyer meeting, S: 30. Junior.
intermediate and ssnior n.T.r.u o:su.
Oiehestra prelude, 7:10. Evening wor
ship, 7:80, 'The World's Greatest Dic
tator WIU lie come ooon i ; special
Sliffl OF (11101
IRCES TO SPEAK
Harold Oncer, one of the
speakers of Allied Forces and na
tional director of Allied Youth,
will hold - a conference at the
First Methodist chareh Wednes
dsy, March IX, at.T:30 p. m. Mr.
Singer who is an outstanding
youth leader will make an inter
esting and. attractive presentation
of the scientific aad sociological
truths about beverage alcohol.
This meeting is open to the
public and every one Interested in
education Is invited to attend.
Rev. Hugh N. McCallnm Is la
charge ot arrangements and Is
supported by the local ministers.
Earl Snell, speaker ot the
house of representatives, has ap-
nolnted members ot a number
of house committees and Boards
pursuant to resolutions adopted
during the recent legislative ses
House members ot the state
emergency board include Repre
sentatives walker and Gouley
Senator Staples was appointed the
senate member of this board.
Members of the house seating
committee for the 113 B legisla
tive session are representatives
Childs and Wyers.
Representatives Wells and
Abrams were appointed house
members of an Interim committee
on Insurance. The report at this
committee will . he filed prior to
the ItSS legislative session.
- The Interim committee to con
duct a study ot small loans and .
report their findings at the legis- '
lative session two years hence is ,
composed ot Representatives Wy- 4
ers. Scott and Paulas, C C Chap
man, publisher of tne Oregon
Voter, and. George Tumbull or the
University of Oregon.
Representatives Lonergan and
Paget were named to prepare an
argument tor the measures' pam
phlet nnder a senate resolution
referring to the voters the ques
tion ot modifying the present
grand jury system.
House members of the commit
tee to prepare the affirmative ar
gument tor the measures' pam
phlet in connection with the pro
posed constitutional amendment
dealing with county managerial
form ot government are Repre
sentatives Ryan. Herman and
Cooter. The negative argument
will be prepared by Representa
tives McCornack, Weatherford
Representatives Lewis and
Nichols were appointed house
members ot the committee to pre
pare the affirmative argument
dealing with the proposal to is
sue and sell bonds for engineer
ing work in connection with the
state power program.
The house committee to prepare
the affirmative argument in con
nection with the proposal to
change the date on which legis
lators shall assume office, is com
posed ot Representatives Eckley,
Johnson and Wells.
Representatives Kelly and
Staples were selected as house
members ot the committee to pre
pare an affirmative argument on
proposed constitutional amend
ment restricting the powers of
municipal governments to borrow
money and incur indebtedness.
ST. dona ' a a v am uttutu am Lutnitn
16th sad A. H. W. Gross, pastor.
Sunday school. 9. English service, 9:45.
German Lent service. 11. English Len
tea service Wednesday, 7:80, "The Car-
aal-Minded Arrayed Agalast uartat
Winter aad Chemehet. Orovar O.
Birtehet, D.D., paator. Church school,
9:30. U M. Bamaga. euperiateadeat.
Morning worship, 11, ''The Porgiveaeea
of 8iaT" ; anthem, "The Psth of the
Just" (Lefebvre) : solo, Mr. Dob Smith,
"Hear Me Wbea I Call" (Woder). C.S.
societies, 6:80. Evening praise, 7:80,
Criminal Xgligenee"; sathem, "Sing
Aloud Unto God" (Peace). Prayer meet
ing aad Bible stady Thursday. 7:80.
ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL
Church and Ohsmskets. George H.
Swift, rector. Holy communion. 7:80 a. m.
Church school, 9:45. Morning prayer and
confirmation. 11, Biahop Bamner confirm
ing. Midweek Lenten services, 7 end 10
a. au, 7:80 p. as.
ESOLEWOOD US1TEP BBXTHKKN
17th aad Nebraaka. R. V. Wilsoa.
pastor. 8undsy school, 9:45. Morning
worship. 11, "A Religion That Preaches
Good-Will aad Means It" Eveaing wor
ship, 7:80, exchange ef pulpits with Ksv.
H. O. Stover of Knight Memorial church.
Young people's meeting, 6:80, "Prob
lems of Christisa experience Why We
Should Belong to th Chareh," Alice
Grant and Ralph Koerner, leaders.
March 15-18 State high
school basketball tourna
ment. ffnjrJts 19 rhlIharmoJc
Symphony orchestra con
cert, armory, 8 p in.
March to Minnesota club
winter meeting, X. M. C. A.
March S3 Herold Singer
of A Died Forces speaks at
First M. K. church at 7:80
March 22 Leoaard and
Robla Moser, Oregon State
college students, stvo music
program at. T. M. O. A.
lobby. clocks open to
pablic . ,
March gS Anneal spring
opening, auspices Salem Ad
club. " .
March JH-23 Marioa and
a oik conference for Older
Boys at T. M. C A.
May 12-18 Oregon State
Asseeiatiea of Master
riatmlre, guuraal mectin.
Jane S-i Fomrth Aannal
WsUaaaetts) Valley Flower
Shew. " ' - '
Jstfw ed-2( Aanaal Ea-
cawmawL Boaaish War
At the residence on route 1, Sa
lem, March IT, Thomas B. Morris,
aged 7f years. Hnsband of Mrs.
Georgia Horrls; father of Mrs.
MeFarlaad of route 1. Also leaves
son, Voyle Morris ot Ohio, and sis
ter, Juletta Bnrkhead of Ohio. Fu
neral announcements later by the
Salem Mortuary. 545 North Capi
At the residence, route t, Mon
mouth, March 17, Olot Johnson,
aged 82. Survived by children,
Jennie A. Nolton, Angus Johnson,
both of Monmouth, Mrs. sopme
Belarus of Colorado. John John
son of Colorado and Nels Johnson
of Minnesota. Funeral announce
ment later bv W. T. Kigaon .
At a local hospital Thursday.
March It. Iran Elmer BoJe, aged
t months. Late resident or route
4. Survived by parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer BoJe of Salem; two
brothers. Irwin and Deimer;
rrmndnarents. Mr. ana airs. u. c
Bole and Mr. and Mrs. Walter, Al-
len, all of saiem. services wiu o
held from the Friends church at
Rosedale, Saturday. March 18. at
8 p. lau, nnder turecuon ei ine
Towne Chemawa Leader
William Towne, scoutmaster of
troop 14 at the state school for
the deaf, has been selected to
lead the Chemawa Indian school,
troop eight, also, it was' reported
yesterday. The appointment was
made by the Chemawa troop committee.
Fphoff Posts Bail Arraigned
In justice court yesterday on
charge of giving an n.s.f. check
for I7.se, Joe H. Uphoff pleaded
not guilty. At the request of TJp-
horrs attorney, who has business
ahead In circuit court. Judre
Miller B. Hayden set time for tri
al as May 15. Uphoff posted 8500
undertaking for bail.
Schuyler Jailed Herbert
Schayler, charged with larceny
ef Jewelry and money, was order
ed bound over to the grand Jary
yesterday after a preliminary
hearing was given him in Justice
court. Unable to post $500 ball.
he was ordered locked in county
Walker Fined f2.50 Plead
lng guilty in municipal court yes
terday to a charge of failing to
stop his automobile upon enter
ing a through street. Burton
Walker, 538 South 24th street,
agreed to pay a 82.50 fine impos
ed by Judge Mark Poulsen, ac
cording to court records.
Defeat Weaver College Argu
ing against the cancellation by
the United States of the inter
allied war debts, Willamette de-
haters defeated representatives of
Weaver college ot Ogdon, Utsh,
here Thursday. Willamette speak
ers . were Garfield Barnett and
William Mosher. Wiese and Van
dyke, represented Weaver,
Ferry street at 18th. O. O. Weston,
aatnr. Bandar school st 1 :SO p.
C rerruson. suuennteaaeat. inure
erv ee at a. Bvanreiisnc aerviee a
7-45 SiMeial muale at each servieo.
Prayer meetings Monday, Woaneaoay sa
Friday at 3 p. m. Bibls stady oa sab.
. . -r - . . , , .. i A way nooovuo, ana a ao
ject of the elect Tuesday night at T:4S. I ' . . rt "fuji ..j
bhelr pracUce Th-r.d.yaUrht at T; dj- rCT??'BbWt1 8SheS).
votioaal serriee st i. Orchestra practice . , ;.
at 7 Saturday
service at 8.
aight, Toang People'
SOUTH SAXEM FRIEITDS
Rnntk Commereisl st Wean I or ton.
Charles C. Hsworth, psstor. Sunday
ervieas! 10 a. sxu. SondaV scbaoL Urs.
Helea T. Jones, superiataadeat. 11.
Maralne- varshin. 6:10 V. . O. K.
iyer meeting, topic: "What was yo-
nu' Ketimete of rinmsa irsi wan i
tj Vv 7:S0. e-renin worship.
Tharsdsy. 7:86 p. m prsyer meeMa
sad Bible study.
OFEW DOOB MIS SIOW
815 N. Commercial street. Bev. Xari
SeehrWt. Berriees every night 7 :80 p.m.
Preaching by th different pastor of the
Kvsngelistie aerrieo 7 :80, Everrbody wel
come to these meetings.
South Commereisl street at hfyera. 8.
Dsrlew Jehasoa. pastor. 84S E. Ifyer
street. Phone 9SS7. Chareh school for su
sges st :. V. M. Sackett, Saps.
Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Sermoa
by th paster, "The Quality ef Merer."
ripeelal muaie, sain em. rrai so ta
Lord" (Zeiiberg), aad sow, "Thank be
to Goi" (Stanley Piekaoa), snag by
Mavaard McKlaler. Three leagues at
6:1. Happy Eveaing Hour Service 7:80,
wit song servieo led ay v. a. urang.
sermoa en MisSering Uod, - mizoa os
teite "The Badieat Mora Ha Passed
Awffy" (Woodwsrd). sad a solo by Mis
honr of fellowshia ia Drsver aad study
Thursday, 7:80 p.m. Combined choirs re
hearse under direction of Marjorie wall
er Batcliffe Thursday evening, 7:45.
ITEST CHURCH 07 THE HaXABBaTB
18th and Center streets. Rev. Fletch
er Galloway, pastor. 682 K. 14th street,
phoae VS80. Sunday school. 9:45 a.m.,
. M. Idtwiller, superinUnaeat. N. T.
P. 8. aad Junior Society. 6:80 p ja
Mrs. Psul Hardy, president. 11 a. m..
the pastor p reach aa aa "The right wsy
to observe Lent." 7:80 p. m.. the Wo
man' Missionary society of the church
FTBST METHODIST OHUBCH
Church school graded for aU
9:4S a. as. Public worship, 11 a. m.
mm' "The Chnnsraleaa Yardstick.'
Dr. Parker. p. av, Yoaag PeopU's
Foruau 6:80 p. m.. Three Epworth
Leagaea. 7:80, Informal eveaing service
sermoa: "The Hirher PeteJedness,,
Dr. Parker. Parable dramatisation by
members of the Drama Guild. 8peil
musical numbers by vested shorn choir
at both service
FOR aEBJCAjr BAPTIST
Xmrth Cottar aad T street. 6. W.
Ratsch. minister. Sunday sehool 9 AS
at- Sam Sealnaan. superintendent.
Services 11 a. s aad 7:30 p. . Bee-
alar mid-week prayer meeting at 8 p. ta.
FTBST TJWTTED BBETHBBV
Xissiea betweea 12th end University.
A. & Headerson, pastor, 11S5 Missioa
street. Serriee 11 a. m., aad 6:80 p.as.
Sunday acheel. 18 a. m.. Mr. A. M.
Hendareea. sunerintendeat. Tooag Pee
r meetings at o:so p. m. "waa
a Jens' Estimet of Humaa Lifst
Caa We Live by It!"
oaxca oospbx. hall
Bible aehool at 10 a. as. Servieet at
8 p. ss. d 7:45 p. m. Sunday. F -Bl-Uot
win iDesk at both servioee. 8ab-
jest for th sfsernoon. Clod's Divine Caa
ter. Bible stady class Teas Say aiga.
renters service Friday eveaiag for ehil
drea and adalts; sabieet. Life of Chris.
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Kaseell To Mr. aad Mrs.
Charles RnaseH. 8 Sooth 18th
gtreetv seren-pound hoy, hora
early Friday at the Bnagalow
Welter Pays $5 - Manlcipal
Jadge Mark Ponlsea yesterday
fined R- A. Weiser, 181 Trade
street, $5 when the latter - plead
ed Tallty to speediat:. Weiser was
arrested here March S.
Tacatixm at TJalyendty WH
lametu aalTersity closed last
nlxht for the sprlnj racatioa of
one week:. Work will resume
Linden to Speak Em 11 Lin
den, district organizer for the In
ternational Labor Defense. wHl
speak at the Workers' center,
Court and Commercial streets, at I
S p.m. Sunday on the topic "Tom
Mooney and Class War Prison
ers." After the address, there will
be an open fornm honr for ques
tions and answers. W. A. Delzell
last Sunday addressed the forum,
sponsored by Salem Unemployed
council. No admission is ehargea.
Scoat Class Today The first
class for latest recruits to the
Salem boy scout band will he
conducted at 9 o'clock this mora
ine In the St. Panrs Episcopal
church parish house under super.
wtaioii ef T? ft. Stoudeumeyer.
band director. Half a doiea boys
were signed up last night snd
many more are expected to turn
up at the class today.
Bodcers Bound Over After
preliminary heartnr la justice
court yesterday on eharre ef
urninc property with Intent to
injure the insurer, W. C. and
Mary Rod iters were ordered
bound oTtr tor grand Jury hear-j
Inr. Mr. Rodrers posted tlOO"
bail and his wife was released en
Iharewn- r&eegnlxanee: '
as law as
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