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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salesi Oregon, Tuesday MornIag..-May 23,1853.
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t BANK CHIEF, f
The school rganlxation chose
mons: vice-president. W I If t 4
Wilson; '. secretary - ' treasurer, '
Josephene Smith, , ;
Jtrrt flUil h U; I IN SOCIETY DIVORCE BATTLE
Hi ObllUUL Hi
the t olio wis g officers tor the next
year: President, Mrs. John Sim
AT LAST P-T W1EET P
JEFFERSON, Mar " 2 2. "Com
mencement exercise -for the grad
uates ot , Jef ferson high . school
will be held Wednesday night.
May 24, at the Christian church.
'Rev. O. F. Llening, Jr.. will ad
dress the- class. Mine, Wright
will be , valedictorian and John
Wright salutatorian. -
Nine students completing , the
high school coarse this year are:
Dorothy Marcum. Cecelia Robin
son, Mina Wright, Kenneth Seipp,
Mac Calavan. Lester . Steshensen.
Bob Harris, John Wright and Bob
Fourteen pupils have complet
ed the eighth grade -work and
will recelre their diplomas at the
commencement exercises Wednes-r
day night. They ?are George
Martin, Minerva Jones, Joseph
Boyer, Violet - Chain. Kathryn
Fosters Bnrton Thurston. Maxlne
Schaf er, Geraldine Davis, - Eldon
Bragg. Keith -Epperly. Wayne
Harris, Wade Harris, Ruby Koker
ana virgii Wilson.
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RIVER VIEW, May 22. '-i- The
RiTerriew school was out Wed
nesday with the eighth grade
' graduation; exercises being . held
Thursday night. The following are
.the 11 members ot the graduating
class: Clyde Crenshaw, Walter
DeWald, Esther Freitag, Gene-
TiftTA Dow Uarnlrl TWiv Thlm
Gordon, Berniece Meyers. Made- I Faculty of Summer
uua oinvxwuatu uiu near; ivucy-
ers. . -
ire Riyerriew .pupils were
neither absent or tardy this year,
they sre Madeline ' MacDonald,
Lydia O'Hern, Clara Bell Freitag,
ETerett Ambrosek and Darrell
Mr. MacDonald has taught the
RiTerriew school tor the past 13
years. During, that, time there
have been 6 & graduates and ner-
er an eighth grade failures
Mrs. Edna Gler, tormer Linn
county school superintendent will
teach the Rirerrlew school next
year and Mr. MacDonald will
teach, at Oakriew.
Here are the principals in the sensational double-barreled divorce east
which has taken the place of honor as topic of conversation in the exclu
sive society circles of Newport, R. L At right is F. Fraxier Jelke,
millionaire New York broker and sportsman, pictured with his daughter-in-law,
Mrs, F. Barthohnay Jelke, as they left eourt at Newport. Jelke
is seeking freedom from Mrs.- Eugenia Woodward Jelke (left), charging:
"wickedness," and she is asking' a divorce from him on grounds of cruelty
:' : - . and desertion. . - ' " .
Millersburg to End
School on May 23rd
School Session to
Be Announced Soon
INDEPENDENCE, May 22
According to Information receiv
ed from Miss Oma Belle Emmons,
training school principal, n an
nouncement in regard to the
school faculty tor the summer
session" beginning June 19. was
made; this week. President J. A.
Churchill and Miss Clara Trotter
made public the following list:
pre-school and first grade, Mrs.
Melford Nelson; second and third
grades, Mrs. Elsie Bolt; fourth
grade, Miss Oma Belle Emmons;
fiffh and sixth. Miss Mary Don
aldson: seventh and eight. Miss
Of the training schools only
Monmouth and Independence will
hold summer sessions this year.
Classes will be held in the morn
ing as usual from 8 to 12.
JEFFERSON, May 22. The
Mlllersberg school, three ' miles
southwest- ot Jefferson, will close
Tuesday, May 23. Bertha Mill
hollen. teacher, and pupils will
present . an . interesting program. Farmer's Union Soon
dinner will be enjoyed. The lower
grades were dismissed two . days
last? week while tbe upper grades
were busy taking examinations.
The Morning Star grange met
In regular session Saturday night
in the hall two miles from Jeffer
son, with' a fair attendance. Fol
lowing the regular " routine, the
first and. second 'degrees of the
order were conferred on Sylvia
CoTery. Forty-two members and
four visitors answered roll call.
To Have State Meet
PIONEER. May 22 The Mt.
Pisga Farmers' union met Friday
night and completed plans for the
state convention which will be
held in Dallas this week. Five
locals were represented at the
School will close Monday, May
26, with a picnic for the children
in the Dallas city park.
MOUNTAIN. VIEW. May 12,
Standing room was at a premium
Thursday night when the pupils
of the Mountain View school gave
the program for the final P. T. A.
meeting of the year; Walter
Busch. chairman : of the school
board, presented eighth grade di
plomas to the two graduates.
James Smith,' Junior, and. Wilson
Clarke. Certificates ot perfect at
tendance for the sehool year were
presented to Frances Lynch, Vir
ginia schwarn, ' Ammon Adams,
Dorval Binegar and Paul Doraa.'
Preceding the program election
of officers resulted as follows:
President, Ammon' OrieeTice-
p resident, wiiuam , senwars ;
treasurer, Nina Tansey secretary.
Eleanor Brlggox. ' Announcement
was made of the - annual school
meeting June 19, and all . Inter
ested persons were urged to be
present. A vote of appreciation
was tendered Glenn Southwlck
for his able leadership as leader
of the boys' 4-H club.
POPCORN. May 22. For the
first time tn many ; years the
school here presented Its graduat
ing class tn a program, held at
the schooihouse Friday sight.
Dorothy South and Laurence Sim-
mons received their tth grade dip
lomas from a prettily decorated
stage, Joslah .Wills, Polk county
sehool superintendent, presenting
the certificates after giving an in
structive , talk. , . . j
Gifts were presented the gradu-
tes from numerous friends.- s
Mr. Wills later gave certificates
for perfect attendance to Dorothy
Southwlck, Ruth Wilson, Donald
Wilson, -Arnr&n McDowell, Ross
McDowell. Milton Southwlck.
Josephene Smith, teacher, was
given a vote of thanks for her
year's work . v
Other numbers were given on
the program- which was followed
by games and refreshments.
THEY USE MOAE
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CAJIEL'S rosier tohacco do taste better
Over Sons in
UNION. May 12. The Union
grade school closed Friday with
an all - day meeting for a neigh
borhood picnic. A -dinner was
served at noon. A ball game be
tween the Union's undefeated
team and the dads, proved to be
very exciting. A home run by John
Stone with two men on gave the
dads a one point advantage over
the boys. The score was 9-8.
The dads team included Subas
tlan Alcker p. Dale Cutsforth c,
Gibson lb, Ralph Kocker 2b, John
Stone 3 b, Guy Dixon ss. John
Ramage If, Ralph Seely rt, Elgin
- SHELBURN. May 22. Shel-
burn and Munkers schools dosed
the year's work Friday and the
two schools entertained "the par
ents and pupils at a wiener roast
at the Shelbsrn school.
' A large crowd gathered at the
Cole community club Friday night
for the last meeting ot the year.
The club will resume its work in
MTs. Wells, vice-president, act
ed as chairman, la tbe absence of
the president, Lyle Chrisman.
The Junior class of the Stayton
high sehool, assisted by local tal
ent put on a very interesting pro
Minimum Wage For
Hop Work 20 Cents
MT. ANGEL, May 22. At a re
cent meeting ot the local hop men
it was voted to make 20 cents an
hour the minimum wage scale
for yard work. No price has been
set for pickers as yet. A check
up ot hog acreage showed that
this district had approximately
1140 acres ot old hops and 935
acres in new yards.
Final Session of
Parent - Teachers
At Aumsville Held
AUMSVILLE, May 22 Mrs. T.
O. Mountain, president, presided
over the last parent-teachers
meeting ot the year at the school
house Thursday night. Neva Ham
acted as secretary in the place ot
Graee Richards. Mrs. A. S. Brad
ley had prepared and read the
first history of the association
since its organisation In 1922.
This history wss dedicated to
Mrs. Pearl Speer who saw the
need of the organization when
the new schooihouse was built and
organised it with Mrs. Stella See
ly, the first president. The elec
tion of officers followed with Mrs.
T. C. Mountain being reelected
president, Mrs. Fred Stlener was
reelected vice president; Neva
Ham elected secretary, Mrs. Aleen
Castle, treasurer and Sam Wels,
sergeant-at-arms. Harold Pruttt
Nominated by President Roosevelt
for membership in the Federal Ke-.
serve Board, Eugene R. Blacked
Atlanta. Ga. has also been named
by the President for Governor of
that body. Black, who Is Governor
at the Atlanta Federal Reserve
Bank, will succeed Eugene Meyer,
who xormerly beaded toe board.
ot The Salem Statesman, explain
ed the sales tax as a fair means
to relieve our over-burdened- pro-
perty holders, by shifting the
burden of taxation from : the
shoulders of the few to the msny.
Friends of Mrs.' Alice Snyder
met at her home Friday afternoon ;
and gave a miscellaneous shower.
The afternoon was spent in visit
ing and later dainty refreshments
were served. Those present were
Mrs. David Lowe, Mrs. B. F. Wal
lace, Mrs. Stella Cupp. Mrs. Ma
bel Kaiser, Mrs. Leonard Snyder
and daughter Jeanette. Mrs. Roy
Fuson, Mrs. A. B. Ham, Mrs.
George Frost, Miss Mabel Brown,
Miss Lenore Snyder, Mrs. OUle
Snyder, Mrs. T. C. Mountain, Mrs.
Ethel McMannon, Mrs. Margaret
Martin, Mrs. John Sacre, Mrs. Op
al Fusin, Mrs. Bessie Willard and
children, Mrs. A. E. Bradley and
the honor guest Mrs. Alice Sny
A. H. Izard. 64, Dies
Suddenly in Dallas
DALLAS, May 22 A. H. Isard,
4. died suddenly at his home
here Saturday morning. He was
born May 25, 18C9, at Woodstock,
Ontario, Canada. He was married
to Lenore Belle Tubbs in Des
Moines, Iowa, on May 17, 1S99,
and moved to Dallas in 1915, liv
ing here since that date. He Is
survived by his widow; two
daughters, Mrs. Mary Friar, and
Charlotte: and two grand chil
dren; all ot Dallas. The body Is
at Henkle and Thomas undertak
ing parlors here.
BUT SALLY'S MOTHER
KNOWS -SHE NEEDS ITS
EXTRA BENEFITS TOO!
"XF coarse children think to insure wormml elimination of
l Post's Bran Flakes is just food wastes. It is also rich in
deUcioMx to eat But wise mothers phosphorus, iron, and Vitamin B.
know that it also acts as a safe, That is why Post's Bran Flakes
simple precaution against con- belongs on this proven program:
stipation due to lack of bulk in Outdoor exercise in water to
the diet ; a s an often unsuspected drink between meals s i fresh
trouble that may lead to listless- fruits and vegetables in the diet,
ness, ill temper, "low" spirits; And a generous daily helping ot
For years, Post's Bran Flakes Post's Bran Flakes,
has served as a safeguard against All your family will love it,
this condition s ; . For it provides plain, or with fruits or berries i s
the necessary bulk that so many So start serving it PhUj. Order
foods lack s s s thus helps to pre- the large-size Economy Package
vent intestinal sluggishness, and a product of General Foods.
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Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mason ot WH- 1
lamette grange were present and Aumsville to Clean
way Safety," Mrs. Mason also Cemetery ThlS Week
gave a lew remaxas. wmem mb.
lng part in the program were Mrs.
JL w. FIsler, Veverly Gronso and
Mrs. R. A. Marsh.
FIVE GET DIPLOMAS
WOODBURN, May 22. A class
ot five received diplomas at the
graduation exercises held at the
White school Thursday night.
They were Helen Myers, Leona
Colvin, Phyllis Hults, Frank To
bert and Vernon S Prague. Avery
Thompson of Salem was the
speaker for the evening, and dip
lomas were presented by James E.
Taylor, chairman of the school
board. Mathilda Gilles of Wood
burn, Is teacher of the school.
AUMSVILLE, May 22 The an
nual clean-up day at the Aums
ville cemetery will be Wednesday,
May 24. Everyone interested is
asked to come.
The city council designated Sat
urday, May 20, as clean-up day in
the city ot Aumsville to which the
TARES TRIP TO CANADA
ZENA. May 22. Mrs. R. C.
Sbepard of Zena accompanied her
sister, Mrs. W. E. GInder and Mrs.
Robert Laver. ' both of Camas,
PICNIC MARKS CLOSE
MOUNTAIN VIEW, May 22. j
An all-day ' picnic Friday marked
the elose of the school year.
Mothers, pupils and teachers en
Joyed an outdoor dinner and
games. The teachers. Georglana
and Eleanor Brlggs are leaving
Monday for their home at Herm
lston. They have been rehired for
Wnah on & most interesting mo
tor trip to Canada, leaving here J prry, Theresa Hoffenbredl,
WANT BATT.I.TK BACK
MT. ANGEL. May 22. A
petition Is being circulated by the I relatives. At Seattle Mrs. Glnder's
Uav 11. and returning home May
18, stopping en route at uiympia,
Bellingham and Chehallls to visit
AUMSVILLE, May 22 Early .
Tuesday morning the senior class j
with -its advisor, Howard Tong.
left tor Cascadla to spend "flunk"
dsy. Members of the senior
class are Helen Sherman, Dorothy
Starr, Joyce Hendry, Helen Ruett-
gers. Wilfred Dltter, John Masser,
EdHankelf Jack Corser, Henry
Amos, cnaries romeroy, iesier
Hay 15. 1933
children of the sixth grade ot St.
ifarv'a school to retain Willis H.
Baillle as their teacher t . next
ear. This was necessitated by the
school board's Decision to replace
Mr. Balllie with another man. Be
sides teaching the sixth grade, Mr.
Baillle was coacu tur ui uvjm
' basketball and baseball teams and
1. so well liked that the pupils as
well as their parents wish to keep
him In his position.
daughter. Miss Florence, who will
graduate' from the University of
Washington In June, Joined the
CHILD CONFIRMATION SOON
SUBLIMITY, May. 22 Sunday,
May 28, during the 10:80 mass,
the children ot the eighth grade
of St. Boniface's Catholic school
will make their solemn commun
ion at St. Boniface's Catholic
church. They are Eleanor Etzei,
leen Branch, Dorothy Asche, and
- All of the commencement exer
cises will be held in the gymnasi
um 8unday night. May 28. T. C.
Mountain will deliver the bacca
laureate sermon. Class night will
be Wednesday night. May 21.
Thursday night, June 1, will be
the graduation exercises. Edward
Hankel will give the valedictory
and Helen Sherman the salutatory
address. Mr. Rodgers from Ore
gon State college will give the ad
public does not too. th. difference anyy.
y. i - I enurcn. Tney are wewinr
MONFY MAN I Marie Bents, Walneta Hofner,
I . lYlUniVI m-rAlJ , vlnCMlt gtarlv , Herbert Lulay.
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Ravmond Steffes. Reglna Neit-
linr. Herbert Geacher. Walter
Hafner and KatherlQf Lambrecht.
,j-tion and by others that
TU. and again I u told by y own crganlxaUon an
I penalize nyself by ioallty. q they call
rrie.U, orltica protest "J?" n9Cessary: th. public
. "ftfiv say sucii Hu.
twenty yew wow-. -
does not expect it: and that the
grt i know the Ssee3 ls not tne car ne drives he drives the
X know that th. car a man sees is Qf
car which the engineer sees. The car desirable of course. The
design, eoler and attractive -- found oa the Fonl V-8.
W evidence that ve th so ls the .asis cr all
But .these are not the car. The p the structure of
st. is the type of engine an
.aai and body, ruggedly
MRS. KASTBURN CHOSEN
f SCIO, May 22 At the last
meeting ef the P. T. A. Thursdsy
Mrs. Asa Eastburn was elected
nresident for next year. Mildred
Gardner was elected vice presi
dent: Mrs. E. Phillips, secretary-
treasurer, and Mrs. Mary ' Hole
ehek, program committee chair
man. Following the elections, a
nrorram was presented ' by the
fifth and sixth grades, under the
supervision ot Mrs. June Bilyeu.
NEW STORE OPENED
WOODBURN. May 22 The
new "Bon Ton" confectionery un
der the management ot Mrs. Tom
Renn and , Mrs. Clyde Whitman,
onened for business Saturday. The
building which was almost total
ly destroyed by fire two months
ago has been rebuilt and remod
eled with modern equipment for
serving refreshments and luncn
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James Francis Thadaos O'Connor;
sk in the Treasury . Btulding,
Washington, after he had takentht
oath as new Comptroller of Cur
rency. O'Connor, a Yale graduate,
baa had a distinguished career as
lawyer. He is a former member of
the North Dakota LeaTslaure.
FIRE CAUSES ALARM
TURNER, May 22. The I. "E.
Putman home had a recent roof
blaze which caught fire from the
chlmner. Passersbr sounded tne
alarm and with A bucket brigade
managed to put the tire' out be
fore the town's fire apparstus
was - assembled.. Much, - concern
was felt for Mrs. Putman who has
been confined to her bed since
last fall. Mr. Fuman had Just lelt
for Salem. ,. '
. we' -
th. long tbonsht and experi.ent .iven
T ....lament of oonfort. conTenienC.
to safety factors ; e b
.conosy. -These ake tbe car . But t, MTer
r A ear can be built that .111 tart t.o y Spendable th.
bU one.-e nt d car, blt 15 years aso
it i. discard ss -the . i. car-but t.o
.re still on th. road. It costs t things could
iu. do not Vdtvrrilf forenoe. But Wd nc.
"Set by-the public .ouln wr : tacjh hesitancy.. I kno.
Th. ne. Ford 1" ,. reputation .1th it. It i
U in it. I trust r-. B0r9 ed and .echani-
T.n better than our previous V-6. it "
. V-SSTS ran-advertlsesent becaus. I th. car .Ul bacK
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Charles E. Mitchell, former head ef
the National City Bank, is pictured
as be left the Federal Court. New
York, at the close ef the day's ses
4m Vn Vim trial en eharares of tn-
eome tax evasion. - Mitchell's attor-.
ney, Max Steuer, succeeoea a
having four Jurors withdrawn and
ethers substituted- avoid nre