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The OREGON STATES JIAIJ.
Oregon Friday Morning, April 21, 1933
Early History of Hazel Green
Group " Told; Plan
By MRS. O- n. LOONEY
HAZEL GREEN. April 20-r
The Hazel Green church will ob-
. i serve the 30th anniversary of or
ganization with an all day meet-
In April 23. ReT. Clark M. Smith
will preach at 11 o'clock. Dr. W.
, C. Kantner of -Salem will bring
: the message at 2:30. Dr. Kantner
had been: preaching at the school
boars afternoons daring the sum-
k mer months for two years preced
Inr the organization of the Sun
day school from the church grew
The last Sunday of September.
1902. Dr. Kantner and ReT. Ber
tha M. People, organized thej
school at an all day meeting. Mr3. j
Daniel Clark, nee R o x a n n a i
Thompson, of Pratum, teacher of 1
public school, was elected superin
tendent. Mrs. W. E. Savage, nee
Wild Gilbert, secretary. The first
. quarter's , literature was donated
by Sunday school board of United
Brethern . church and the second
quarter Congregational literature
. A revival meeting was held by
Rev. Bertha Peoples in February
and 1903. The group voted to or-
, ganire church, and Mrs. Clark
.. suggested it be United Brethren.
The charter members and denom
inations are as follows: Rev. Ber
tha Peoples United Brethren; O.
M. Peoples. Baptist; Hetty Wolf,
now Mrs. D. R. Peterson, C. L.
May, Methodist: D. R. Peterson,
Congregational: Margery B. May,
; Presbyterian; Charles Alexander.
During the summer a Christian
Endeavor was organized with D.
R. Peterson as president.
In October, O. M. Peoples', John
Wolf, (Methodist) and C. L. May
were - elected trustees to secure
. necessary corporation papers to
build a church. The small frame
church in use yet was built 1903
1904, Mrs. Peoples being pastor.
. The next pastor. Rev. Dora Youn?
bought an additional one-half
; acre adjoining and gave the
. church for a parsonage site. She
' also started the parsonage fund.
The parsonage was built during
pastorate of Rev. A. N. Cissa. Dr.
F. W. Jones served one year. He
," directed the clearing of the large
s stumps from the grounds. Mrs.
Bertha Peoples was returned as
pastor and led the charge in lift
":. ing the debt on the parsonage.
tThe Ladies Aid with Mrs. Ellen
Van Cleave, first and only pres-
' Ident, was of great assistance.
Miss Marguerite Peterson, now
, Mrs. Nutting of Seattle, was first
president of the Women's Mis
sionary society. Mrs. C. A. Van
Cleave, Mrs. Orville Luckey. and
: Mrs. G. G. Loonev nerve in it-
; years In the mission society. Oth
' : er pastors Berving were: W E
; Albln. E. O. Shepherd. Francis
Fisher. Miss Leila Luckey. W. A.
Mershon, present pastor. Rev.
Clark M. Smith. Mrs. Ellen Van
Cleave 87, a pioneer of 185, is
me oldest member; Margery M.
Looking mighty pleased with themselves, Alice Joyce, celebrated screen
actress, and her new hubby, Clarence Brown, movie director, told the
cameraman to go ahead and do his darnedest. They were secretly wed
in Virginia City, Nev, recently, after a quiet exit from Hollywood by
train. Foggy weather prevented a romantic aerial elopement as had
been planned by Brown, an experienced flyer.
FILED Willi CLERK
DALLAS. April It Three
complaints have been filed here
this week. Dallas City bank has
sued Homer J. Brown, Fay B.
Brown, et al. for 1935 wltn inter
est at 1 per cent from July 12,
1932, 11S0 attorney fees, and
costs and disbursements. They al
so seek to have a chattel mort
raee on the fixtures, stock, and
furnishings of' Brown's Confec
C. J. Shreeve and C. V. Shreeve
filed a complaint against Ernest
C. McCallon in which they seek to
collect money due on merchandise
delivered, totaling about 1320.
John Barns filed a suit against
the State Industrial Accident com
mission. He states that he was
injured In February. 1930. while
worklns at the Cobbs and Mitchell
Mill at Valsets. He also alleges Gray and Mr. Carl Olson.
that the accident eemmlaslon had
not paid hint the fall amonnt da
him for the Injuries sustained In
A marriage license was Issued
to Cornelius Penner, XI, barber.
and Ina RamsdelL 17, at home,
both of Dallas.
For Marion Club
MARION. April 29 After a
short business session of the Com
munity club Tuesday night, the
Stayton high school took entire
charge and presented a highly In
teresting program of music,
songs, melodrama and skits.
The May meeting will be May
15. at which time there will be a
good program followed by a pie
sociaL Those on the program
committee are Mrs. Lionol Colgan,
Miss Grace Peherrson, and Harley
LIbby, on arrangements, Mrs.
Claud Overhanlser, Mrs. Warren
ZENA. April JO ' The late
season and dry condition of the
ground brought on by 'heavy
rains, followed by strong winds
and sunshine In this section of
Polk county have caused an In
creased demand for tractors and
equipment in order to facilitate
getting the fields Into a proper
condition for seeding and to eon
serve all th moisture possible.
However, most farmers find that
Dobbin is a big factor In farm
lng and for f'ow, steady work be
Is hard to beat. Especially is this
true when plowing on low, wet
fields where the heavy tractor
would mire down . or on hills
where there are numerous rocks
and slow plowing Is Imperative
it the farmer expects to fin
work with his plow iptact
Beporta from all .Tar !
northeast -section of Folk eonnty
state that' farmer In general are
reseedlng wher ral wa fro
zen ontr Conditions ara not t ear
ly so bad as reported arHer la
the season. Grass roots wera not
froien as badly as at first It was
thought and grass I now grow
ing nicely and furnishing good
feed for stock, for wbieh fann
ers are thankful.
LYONS. April 20 Alfreda
Mae Glbbs was born at Echo, In
diana. April 4. 1907. At the age
of five years she came west wltn
her mother, Helen S. Glbbs. They
located at Salem where her girl
hood life was spent. In Septem
ber, 1924, the was united In mar-
riit to Lawrence I. irass:. mrw
ish his children were born to this union,
t. 1 who with her husband and mother
survive. Tanerai " oZ
at th Tons hL chureh. of
which she was T.Y n r
. it i Mr naroid Lyman ot
the Stayton Christian ehnrah !
ffdaud. interment waa thaTox
Valley cemetery, airs. .
van ot Mfll City and Mr. Alex
Bodeker of Lyons sang.
She was a faithful
.v. ch was the only chud
of Mrs. Helen Glbbs who has inada
her home wltn me
threa years, since ner u. -health
has been poor.
779 CIIXMEXXTA STBXXT
rnOXE SALEM ;
Careful and mielUgent
thought Is given to every att
uatloa. Ws tsndariy honor
the opportunity to aerta
you at a time when service
means so much. We attend
to every detail.
Loouey. -a c harter meaiber.
Former members are working
in several churches in Oregon. Dr.
D. R. Peterson held pastorates in
United Brethern church in state
of Washington, later la Baptist
church, Lebanon, assistant pastor
of First Baptist church, "Salem.
Mrs. Peterson is also one of the
charter members. Mrs. W. E.
Munger with husband, was home
missionary in Montana; Mtes Tru
ie Otsukl i3 in Columbia univer
sity, N. Y., preparing for social
work among her people, Japanese.
At present a fine grorp- of 26
compose the C. E.
For Sunday the committees on
arrangements and invitation are:
G. G. Looney and Rev. C. M.
Smith; refreshments, Mrs. Louis
Wampler, Mrs. Maurice Dunnigan,
Mrs. C. M. Smith. Labisn Center
C. E. will present a pageant,
"Mary and Martha," Sunday evening.
Canoe Too Ready
To go After Fish
VALSETZ, April 20 Bert
Thomas of Salem and Bert Babb
were enjoying a fishing trip Sun
day in a canoe, when the canoe
capsized and the two men took an
invigorating bath in the lake
where the water was eight to ten
They remained in the icy cold
water for 20 minutes before help
came, however they managed to
stand ou a dead head, to keep
Frank Hayden rescued them.
Lois Gay Winner in
SILVERTON, April 20 Lois
Gay won first place in an elimin
ation contest held to select the
best speakers to represent the
seventh and eighth grades in the
Junior high school to compete
with pupils in the Eugene Field
grades next Friday. Helen Canada
was the second place winner;
Russell Quinn, third, Aurora Hof
fatt, fourth. Virginia Bilyeau,
fifth and Helen Seeley, sixth.
BRUSH CREEK, April 19.
Mrs. Martin Jorgensen, who has
been ill for the past several
weeks, is still confined to her bed.
She is not suffering so much when
she Is quiet but complains of con
siderable pain when she moves.
As far as physicians have been
able to diagnose, she Is suffering
from rheumatism. .
Dallas High School
Typists Are Picked
DALLAS. April 20 R. R.
Turner, city school superinten
dent, has announced the teams
which will represent Dallas high
in the state typing contest at Cor
vallis this year. The novice team
will be composed of Edna Boll
man and Louise Fink, and the
representatives of the amateur
division will be Orva Aebl and
Eaf . n. nra
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