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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1933)
The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Thursday, Jane 8, 1933
Annual Round of Study and
Recreation for Youths
' I Opens June 12
. . FoUr-H club boys and girls of
rcron will Hock to the Oregon
Btte college campus Juna 12 to
- heslb the round of Instruction, re
creation, and general education
that makes up their annual two
weeks summer school. This will
1a the'lSfh session.
The cost of board and room and
tuition for the two weeks has
been reduced this year to $12.
Which Is $1 less than last year and
3 less tban two years ago. Hun
dreds of boys and. girls will have
their expenses paid through schol
arships won by them during the
past year for outstanding work-in
their various projects, while many
others will be sent as delegates
from their clubs and communities,
anj still others will pay the'.r own
-expenses.- with .money . .made in
-.their club work; . '
t . A In the past, tae clubbers will
Jlfe'ia? thft .college dormitories -the
boys in the men's building and
'th flrl n. Waldo hall. Members
,- ar expected to bring their own
' Redding and towels, according to
H. C. Sewmour, state club leader.
Girls will also da well ,to bring
bathing caps, tennis shoes, and
gym suits if possible, as well as
sewing equipment, including scis
sors, tape line, thimble, needles
and thread. All members who
play musical Instruments are urg
ed to take them along. -
. JThe clubbers will spend their
Borning8 in laboratory 'and class
room work under the guidance of
members of the college faculty.
Several new courses will be offer-
ed this year in response to re
quest from club members and
leaders, and every effort has been
made to construct a well-rounded
aad practical program of instruc
tion for the boys and girls. The
popular afternoon assemblies will
be continued this year, as will the
evening radio programs and en
tertainments, and the hours of su
pervised sports. Swimming tanks,
tennis courts, lounge rooms, and
all campus facilities will be open
to the clubbers.
Plans For Pomona
Be Made on Friday
NORTH HOWELL, June 7.
Friday night will be the regular
meeting of North Howell grange
tor June, at which time plans for
entertaining Pomona grange on
June 21 "will be completed, and
other routine affairs arranged.
Several members of the H E. C.
drove to Mrs. M. A. Aspen wall's
last Thursday for the regular club
Corn planting, both for grain
and silage. Is being hastened as
rapidly as possible as the sea
son Is late, and all owners of
machine planters are kept busy.
Miss Celia Bump, who has
spent the past year teaching near
Detroit, is spending the summer
vacation with her sister, Mrs.
Ruth Jefferson. Their mother.
Mrs. Alvira Bump, has Just com
pleted a new house on her Port
1ST Hill IW
REALS BREAKS MM
Boy Scouts aid in Clearing
Up Church Yard After
. AURORA, June 7. Kenneth
Grim is with the advanced guard
of the civilian conservation corps
camp in Mist, Jewell section, mak
ing preparations for the first
group of men" which Is scheduled
to arrive today. When the camp
personnel is .completed there will
be some 300 men In camp.
The Ladles' Aid of the Preshy
terlan church entertained at the
home of Mrs. A. W. Kell, Friday
afternoon, made tentative plans
for a silver tea to be given the
last Wednesday of this month.
and for a picnic when weather
conditions are more favorable.
The Presbyterian church which
was moved to. a new location to
give way for the highway through
Aurora, has recently been shingled
and new eave troughs installed.
The Boy Scouts whose leader is
Rev. H. K. Grafious, worked like
little beavers clearing up all the
old shingles torn from the root,
leaving the grounds in good or
der. Mrs. Franklin Tyler ot Bend,
was delightfully surprised Satur
day afternoon when her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Lane Oribble of
Aurora, and her brother-in-law
and sister,. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Scott and wee daughter Bonnie
Lee of Woodburn,- came to cele
brate the Joint birthday anniver
sary of Scott and Mrs. Tyler. The
party returned Sunday night.
John Drager, Glen Crisell and
John Kraus are three of the lads
who are taking a trip to the coast
with the F. F. A. ot the Canby
high school, while on their outing
they will follow the coast line
from Tillamook to Waldport and
inspect cheese factories, creamer
ies and salmon canneries en
route. They are accompanied by
Mr. Cross, Instructor in agricul
EN ROUTE TO ALASKA
SCOTTS MILLS, June 7. Mrs.
Addle Smith is staying with her
mother, Mrs. E. Hosier, near Mt.
Angel, while Mrs. Hosier's other
daughter, Mrs. Janie' Christjnan
and son, Elvyn, have gone on a
visit to Sitka, Alaska. Mrs.
Smith's granddaughter, Mrs. In
gval Edland and daughter, Ahola
Lee, are also making the trip to
Alaska to visit her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. O. H. Brougher.
RICKREALL, June 7 Awards
for a perfect attendance at the
Greenwood school were presented
Monday night by Ed Brown to
Frances and Florence Lantz: Ken
neth Steele, Vera, Carl, Charles
and John Brown.
MT. ANGEL, June 7. About
12S old students-attended the Mt.
Angel college alumni banquet
held In the college dining hall
Monday night. Umbert De Mar
tini of Portland, was toastmaater.
The alumni were welcomed back
by the Rev. prior Jerome O. 8. B.
Hon. John P. Kavanaugh. a mem
ber ot the first graduating class
in 1887, talked On "Gleanings
From the Past," and Rev. Louis
A. Sander ot Portland, paid trib
ute to the good fathers at St
Henry Gagnon of Portland,
chose "Looking Forward" as his
subject of address, and Rev. Fran
cis P. Leipzig of Eugene, spoke
on "For the Good of M. A. C."
The assembly was also addressed
by Tom E. Shea, editor of the
Portland News-Telegram. Closing
remarks were made by Rev. Al-
culn Heibel, present rector.
The new officers elected for the
alumni association are: President,
Andrew C. Weber of Portland;
vice - presidents. John Carson of
Salem, Edwin Mayer of Portland,
Rev. Joseph Heesacker ot Forest
Grove, Alton Basset of Portland.
Ross Coleman of St, Paul; secre
tary treasurer. Rev. Franela P.
Leipzig of Eugene; eergeant-at-arms,
Carl Herbrlng of Portland,
and historian. Rev. Alcuin Heibel
of Mt. Angel.
GETS BEAUTY PRIZE
TALBOT, June 7 Ernest, age
three, son ot Mr and Mrs. E. J.
Freeman, was awarded second
prize in the beauty contest spon
sored by Kennell-Ellis studio.
BAIYKS FOOT SMASHED
AIRLIE, June 7 George
Baine while at work in the Cootea
saw mill had his foot mashed bad
ly by a falling timber.
TRIPLED 111 SIZE
LIBERTY, June 7 Charles
Krauger has almost completed Im
provements and alterations to his
store building, enlarging the
storeroom to three times its for
mer size, with fresh paint and
new floor throughout. This build
ing was erected in 1904 by Bob
Dorman for ue as a dance hall.
After a number of years school
was held la the building Tor two
years before the erection of the
present school house.
Mrs. Joe Williams and son Joe
Jr.. left Tuesday on a motor trip
to Los Angeles. They will remain
several weeks, visiting relatives.
Dick Smith was called to work
in the reforestation army.
CENTRAL HOWELL, June 7
John Beals broke his arm Sunday
while playing ball at North How
ell. He was pitching a curve
ball when his arm suddenly
cracked under the strain.
A small fortune was ditched
at the corner near Nafzigers place
Saturday night when one of three
large truck loads of hops tipped
over while making the turn. A
broken spring caused the truck to
take to the ditch. The hops were
being hauled to Salem from Port
land. Just three students from Cen
tral Howell graduated from high
school this year: Robert Tweed
finished the middle of the year,
Harry Way and Alphie Rudishau-ser.
Four From Suver
Of Corvallis High
SUVER. June 7 Young peo
ple ef this vicinity graduating
from the Corvallls high school
this week are Roy Smith, Myrna
Folk, Frances Fredrickson and
Verle 'Harris. Miss Fredrickson
received a scholarship to Pacific
university for the coming year.
Willis Allen and Vlrgle Mill
er were married Monday morning
at Dallas, They are living at the
Wlnstea Purvine was graduat
ed from the Albany college Thurs
day night. Dave Purvine, his fa
ther, and children attended. .
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