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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1933)
KEEK El'EOT 1 SLEEVE STALKS FEjjy FASHIONS f I PAR D EI II iL SCIIDDLS
AT C IC SUCCESS
Many Attend Special Ob
servance at Hazel Green
.-, All day Sunday
HAZEL GREEN. April 25 The
church was beautifully -decorated
with dogwood and wild flowers
Sunday tor the' homecoming. At
the morning service Mrs. Clark
M. Smith. EHea and Ellsworth
Smith and MUs Eva- Smith 'were!
received as members. A bountiful
dinner was served at noon. . For '
the afternoon services friends i
imi from Brooks, Labish Center,
Keixer and Broadacres.
Dr. w. C. Kantner. who camel
to the Evangollcal church Ja -Sa
lem U7 rears ago, brought the
essage. jHa recalled Incidents of
Kantner was assistant pastor
when Bishjop Castle, the first Unit
ed Brethren bishop stationed on
the coast, came to Salem. At the
"invitation of Mrs. Roxanna Gll-
bert. Dp. Kantner started preach
" ing In the sehoolhouse in the sum
mer of 1902. He mentional.also
the earty work : of Mrs. Daniel
Clark and Rev. Bertha peoples.
Mrs. Ellen' Tan Cleave, the old
est member, Mrs. Halda Stripling
and Mrs. W E. Savage of Kelzer,
-T first secretary-treasurer of the
Sunday school, were introduced.
Mrs. E. O. Shepherd, wile or a
former pastor, recently from Kan
sas City. Kan., was introduced.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schaef er, nee I
Deena Shepherd, sang Out of the j
""" Much praise was glren to Rev
" S. E. Long, . Miss Leila Lnckey,
. Rev. Francis Fisher and dau enter
Emma and all the . pastors who
Vj-v. have labored so faithfully. W. A.
. Dannigan of Salem United Breth-
T VinfV AiA ' frnswf AV tv 4tia
ICU VUUtvu will Shwe n va.u 4 ta no
lor and senior Christian Endeavor, i
O- M. Peoples, was the flint class:
leader. Bert Wolf, the second.
In the evening a pageant, "The
Seeing Heart, was giTan by La
bish Center C. E. The cast: Mary.
Beredene Danghterty; Martha, i
Virginia Miller; Rachel. Florence
Pa ugh; Lazarus, Berno Jones.
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STATTON, April 28 Monday
I was a klg day for papus ox sc.
Paul's school of SUvertoa and St.
Mary's school of Stayton, tor. it
was the day set aside for the an
nual; joint school picnic This
year on the invitation of Father
Jos. Scherbrlng, former pastor of
St. Paul's churchy Sllrerton, the
two schools held a Joint picnic
here. About 150 children enjoyed
the games and lunch.
The morning was taken up with
ball games, the hoys of St. Mary's
playing the hoys of St, Paul's with
a score of 4-1 In favor of Stayton.
Later there were races of various
t kinds until lunch time. St. Mary's
girls and the girls from St.-Paul
played ball and again Stayton
came out ' victorious, the St.
Mary's team winning. 4-S. -
Following this the children
were taken to the park for a re
creation period and wiener roast.
The primary grade girls put on a
hall ' game against the primary
boys and the girls won 6-4.'
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Hay and da ugh.
ter B etty. The- Port landers en
joyed the blossom route. ......
Bethel Seniors to
Give . Cl&sr Drama -
For Polk Audience
McCOT. April 15 The senior
class of Bethel high school will
present "Windy Willows", a four
act comedy, Saturday sight. April
21, at l:li o'clock. A free dance
will be given following the play.
The east includes Merrill Oster-
haudt, . Richard : Pearson, , John
Crawley. Robert Freeman. Rich
ard Domes. Pauline ' Domes. -Lois
Graves, and Merle Sorenson.
TESCH Df PANT DIES
WOODBURN. AprU 2 S Betty
Jean .Teach, the infant daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Teach died
Sunday morning. Graveside servi
ces were held Tuesday morning
at St,' Luke's cemetery at Wood-
burn. She was 11 days old.
FUTILE TIB TO..
" "Dont wasto time memorizing
recipes. Time is too valuable. If
yon wish tor memorize .something,
make It a verse from Tenny?on
or a paragraph from O. O. Me
Intyre. At least, that will give
you something .worth while to
Each is the paradoxical, if not
startling statement of Mrs. Mar
ias Spencer of the Safeway Stores
Homemakers .Bureau. '
; Mrs. Spencer, who requires no
Introduction to western women.
wDl -conduct her annual three
days cooking school in Salem, be
ginning today at the armory.
' . Anyway, the famous home e
oaomist hastened .to explain her
"It is tar more sensible," she
said. to read your recipe dl
re?tly from the cook hook as
you prepare the dish. -Than you
are sure to be accurate. What "I
mean Is, If you misquote an an
ther, " there - is no great - harm
done,' but mtiquote a recipe sad
what . bet ernes of your mealt" -
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Nearljr, 25 Rural . ; ; '
: , Schools to ' Enter
May Day Festivity
SILRTON. April IS: Silfer
toa's May day festival has beea
pUnned for May S with all of the
rural school in the Sllverton high
school district InTited. These
schools number nearly 25.' The
progress is being arranged by the
Eugene Field school, of which
Mtes Hannah Olsen is president
Arranging the affair are Miss
Florence Storey. Miss Olga John
son and Miss E. Moore Neare. Bar
bara Jean McDonald . and Gale
Quina will be the May ueea and
king. Besides the May dance there
will also bo a track meet.
The cut of adys sleeve end the length et her coat are the feeteree that aUU her eet aa a weQ-dreaeed
weeuus this aeaaes. As for length, the threeoarter style la the syw mm coat U theMt bfUi
with desiraers. Chaaes ia arm covering are varied, from the tiny sleovee m tUa. organdie hJf
long cloaoly-fitted sleeves and the ever-popnler Ug mutton variety. Ia the evening dress mW. aowvr,
there ia little departure front the traditional ancovered area. Above are throe aaodole eeea In New Terh
recently. A left U a awacger jackot of white pkj with amusing padded honldora. I U worn ovmt e
: red pUid cotton gown, which boasts an intriguing tiered ekirt, Note the caffed aloovea. In center ia a
smart little swagger coat ia a sporta type. It ia of roagh crepe ia rod and grey prat. The print is aUo
for a bolero en the white saatelasso gown, ibe aieevee of taie croauoa ena at cno "T". Z .
ribbea tan at a. worm over a waste rwooa noiu
CLUBS FOR C
Miff. A iorL I. annhM. HVIB im lUli SAW
Red popptea oa the ahonlder ma tea a wide aaea 01 poppy ro tanein ncrow w uwb
h k.J ri.m Bin u In neat d amend and eoaae intereatina aaodela ka
tone are making their appearance.' Above (A)' la a Woe ld pnmp with porferatione throngh which can
be eeea an anderUy of white kid. The creation of brown kid bottome and haigo kid top B) pronu.es to
make a hit thU aoaaoa. . The ahoo U faateaod with throe paarl hnttona. Tha boaatifallr-tallorW oxford fC
U ef bUeh kid with an twunal aide laciaf, aad the brewa kid pnmp P) U a kaadaoaee ahoo which f ea
tarea rewa ef tucks covariag the entire earface. Note the heel deeiga on this medal.
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I D1KIP IS
. ROBERTS, April 25. -The Rob
erts community club Saturday
night elected these officers: Pres
ident. Albert Blankenshlp; vice
president, Floyd Query; secretary,
Dorothy Rice: treasurer. Janice
14. -Hifgins; Janitor, LeRoy Edwards.
i rrusjaui uuiu uci a were isncu
by Dorothy Rice, Janice Higgens,
Paul Carpenter, Ronnie Foster,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Schubel and son
Hugh, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gar
riett. Mrs. Ralph Shawhan, Har
very Schuebel and Mrs. Metslng-
er's trio of Salem. 1
-The boys and girls of the 4-H
club enjoyed a picnic at Hager'a
grore Saturday. They also visited
the paper and linen mills. The
Achievement day event will be
held Friday afternoon.
: IIEO AT
OF WIDE iriTEREST
MONMOJTH, April 25 Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Stockholm of Mon
mouth were In Portland for the
weekend, in charge ef an exhibit,
sponsored by the local chamber of
commerce in the "Onward Ore
gon" industrial program.
Among the exhibits are: Mon
mouth creamery butter, poultry
and dairy feed specials, grains,
vetch, rye. and clover feed, fur
nished by Monmouth warehouse.
Canned fruit furnished by C. A.
Crocker, who has his berries
canned by a commercial concern
at Corrallls, and Is finding a
wide market for them. Tile and
brick from the Central clay pro
ducts company's plant at Mon
mouth.. Specimens of bookbinding
and printing from . the Herald
print shop; wool and' mohair
from the Riddell and Stump
farms. Seed corn grown t by
James Gentle. Exhibits of prunes,
eggs, flax, locally grown. Pic
tures of goats, sheep and horses
from local Triie-wlnnlng stock.
Pictures of the campus buildings
of Oregon Normal school. Mon
mouth has one of the few exhib
its of community extent, most of
the displays being of commercial
content, only. - , .
West Salem News
WOODBURN, April 25 Ly
man Seeley. iunlor In Woodbura
high school, was one of the nine
members of the Future Farmers
of America awarded the degree of
state fanner at the state conven
tion at Corvallls. last weekend.
Boys awarded this honor are. se
lected oh a basis of outstanding
home project work,, grades, and
activities In their high schools and
local Future Farmer, orgaaisa-
tions. ! '
The Woodhurn Future Farmer
chapter was one of the four chap
ters In the state to be designated
a keystone chapter. Other schools
receiving this rating wereUflon,
Newberg, and Gresham. T
Officers for the state associa
tion were elected for the coming
Lyman seeley was eiectea
GETS EQOD CROWD
XI EMI OX VACATION .
HOPEWELL, April 25 John
Kleml of Juneau, Alaska, Is spend
ing two months' vacation at the
home of his aunt, Mrs. Peter
Parvin. Alice Janzen Is visiting
friends In Portland.
GRAND ISLAND, April 25.
A good sized audience enjoyed the
lecture, "The Story of the For
est", given by W. V. Fuller of
Dallas at the sehoolhouse Satur
day night- Mr. Fuller's work is In
connection wUh the Oregon state
board of forestry and the U. S.
forest service. During the inter
mission Miss Ella Warren of New
berg delighted with readings and
D. Lynn Gubser, county school su
perintendent, presented a reading
and a novelty song. , ' .
The intermediate Christian En
deavor of the TJnionvalo Evangeli
cal church held its monthly busi
ness meeting and social hour at
the church Friday night. Follow
ing the business session a taffy
pull was enjoyed by approximate
ly 25 young people with Mrs. Ker
ney Stontenherg and Mrs. D. E
Bartruft in charge.
Donald Tompkins, small son of
Mr and Mrs. Daniel Tompkins,
fell down the back steps Saturday
and broke his right arm above the
WEST SALEM, April 25 A re
cent woddlnr ef Interest hero and
la Salem was solemnised about the
first of March, at Vancouver, Wn.,
where Mist Bernice Sloper- et
West Salem became the bride of
Pat Jarrill. Mrs. JarvlU is the
only daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Lynn L. Sloper and her husband,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jarrill.
The W. F. M. 8. of Summit and
Ford Memorial churches will hold
their April meeting at the home
of Mrs. Floyd Do Lapp Wednes
day afternoon when preparations
for the Mother and Daughter ban
quet to be held May 12 will ho
made. Mrs. B. A. Shoft will lead
the devotlonals, Mrs. Simmons the
study and Mrs. Do Lapp the mys
- word was received this week
that Mr. and Mrs. Homer Phillips
of Tumwater, Wn., are parents of
a baby boy, born April 20. He is
the second child and second son,
and has been named Mark Henry.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Felger will
leave Wednesday for a two days
fishing trip to the Big Elk coun
try and the L. G. Richardson re
turned early in the week after
making a two day fishing trip to
Tat t, where they motored from
Kernvuie to Mack's landing se
curing 80 fine trout going up and
down the Suets river.
Charlea Worm Dies
Charles Wurm, who has been
111 tor some time In the Veterans
hospital at Walla Walla, passed
away Monday md ruing, leaving
his widow and children, Thelma
and Carl all of West Salem, his
father, Adam Wurm also from
here and sister, Mrs. Fred Ire
land. His widow and sister were
with him to the end and returned
home here Monday. :
Pupils on the honor roll for the
past six weeks included for the
seeond grade. Keith Evans, Don
ald Borton, Rosetta Trlcker, Fran
ces Friesen, Bonnie Dorm an, Ver
non White aad Everett Rieabeck;
for the third grade, Raymond Mo-
Coy, Louise Tarnell. Virginia
Rieabeck,' and Mary Ana Starr;
tor the fourth grade, Mary Jan
sen aad Sarah Jane Braanaa; for
the fifth grade, Evelyn White, Be
thel Smith, Mary Patterson and
Everett Smith; tor the ' sixth
grade, Dorothy Kaster, Janice
Woolly and Dorothy Johnson; and
tor the eighth grade, Robert New-
gent. Clifford mil, Earle May
nard, Edgar Rodgers, Lorene
Smith aad Estalyne RI arson.
Because of the death and fun
eral of Charles Wurm, the meet
ing of the Jolly Time Quilting
club will be omitted this week.
BETHEL, April 24. The var
ied entertainment put on by the
Doollttle service station people at
the -Bethel community club was
much enjoyed by a capacity crowd.
S. Hamrick conducted a short busi
ness meeting. The Bethel club will
take part ia the county federation
The May meeting will conclude
the club meetings tor the year.
The eighth grade graduation will
ho held at that time, and It will
also he the occasion ot the club's
vecrlr ice cream fete. The com
mittee la charge is George Bahn-
sen. J. R. Cairo there, H. H. Boles,
J. A. Hala aad Mrs. J. M. Nichols.
The Bethel community club
players put oa their comedy-
drama, "A Little Clodhopper,1
which was enthusiastically receiv
ed. The eoaoh. Mrs. J. R. Carm th
en, .was called onto the stage, and
Mrs. A. J. Soft made the preeen
tatloa to Mrs. Carruthers of a gold
lined silver service aad tray.
Proceeds ef the candy sale will
he need to purchase a large fram
ed picture ot Lincoln for the
Fisher and Jones
Will Debate Sale.
SUMMIT HILL, April 25 Miss
Era Croaker ot Los Angeles is
making a lengthy visit with her
slater, Mrs. Arthur Beetvater.
Miss Croaker went through the
The 4-H elah held its regular
meeting at the school house Fri-
Tax For r.ranmrtl day afteraooa with a camp cook
6iaaaf t I o'clock.
CHEMAWA. April 25 A de
bate on the sales tax, with Earl
Fisher speaking tor and Seymour
Jones against, will feature the
opea meeting of Chemawa grange,
Thursday night at S o'clock. The
lecturer's hour will be in charge
of Charles Weathers and Albert
Glrod, and will also Include ma
lic, readings and refreshmeats.
Distribution ot squirrel poison
ing will he made.
FAIRFIELD. April 25 Danc
ing will he enjoyed by Fairfield
grange and corporation members
Friday night. Jl U the regular
social Bight tor members of the
cry dinner at o'ciocx. several
guest- were Invited for the din
ner Including Mrs. Mary Shorter,
er and eon Robert. Miss Eva
Croaker. Mrs. Arthur Beetvater
and little daughter Marjorie, Mrs.
James Weathers aad Mrs. Q. F.
Booth and Mrs. Cart Booth. ,
The entire fall sowing of
grain was troaea out hut has ail
bees recced ed and the fields are
greea agala. Several aerea of
strawberries which were frosen
hare been plowed up aad replac
ed by grain.
Mr. aad Mrs. Carl Booth enter
tained a aumber of gwesU from
Portland at Sunday dinner, . in
cluding Mrs. Booth's parenta, Mr.
and Mrs. B. EL Weds worth, and
her brothers Dam and Kem Wed.
worth aad their femtllee, o
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