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T- The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Saturday Blornlng, Aognst 19, 1933
TO VISIT FRIGATE
DALLAS, Aug. 18. Members
of the Bainbridge clan will hold
a special meeting in Portland
Sunday at Laorelburst park and
will visit Old Ironsides in a body.
This visit it being made at the
request ot the government to
honor the memory o Commander
Bainbridge who -commanded the
ship daring the war of 1812. The
Ian was originally known as the
Meetings and organization of
the clan started about eight
years ago at the home of T. A.
Dunn at Polk Station, with an
attendance ot about 30 members
which has grown to a member
ship of nearly 200. Annual meet
ings of the clan are now held
in the- Dallas city park during
Direct descendants of the Bain
bridges who live in Dallas and
vicinity are Ed C. Dunn, Claude
A. Dunn, T. A. Dunn and Mrs.
William Shaw, of Dallas; How
ard Bush,, of Pedee; and Frank
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ZENA. Aug. 18. (Special )
A serious accident was narrow
ly averted Thursday when a
thresher belt, which W. Frank
Crawford, prominent farmer of
Polk county, . was attempting to
put in place while the engine
was running, broke, the loose
ends beating his arm until it
was terribly bruised and pos
The presence of mind of his
young son Frank, Jr., probably
averted a tragedy when he im
mediately ran and shut off the
engine. Crawford was in a dazed
condition following the blow on
his head and was almost run
over by a team which ran away
when hit by loose ends of the
belt. Ike Barker remained on the
wagon until the load of grain
slid off but was not injured. The
wagon was completely de
molished. ORIOX E. HOGUE
Orion E. Hogue, the subject of
this sketch, who passed away at
his residence in Salem August 11,
1933. was born September 19,
1863 In Belmont county, Ohio, Xo
Thomas and Ann Hogue, the fath
er being a minister of the Friends
- Mr. Hogue and a brother S. O.
Hogue, well known in, Salem and
who passed away at his home in
Seattle in April, 1932, were the
last two survivors of a large fam
ily of children.
When but an infant he went
with his parents to Iowa and la
ter to Kansas where about three
years of his young life was- spent,
returning to Iowa where he lived
until 1910 when he came west,
settling near the state fairgrounds
In Salem. After two and a half
years he removed to Linn county,
Oregon, where he engaged in
farming, returning to Salem in
1925, where he has since made
his home and where he was em
ployed as school janitor until his
Illness of more than two years
: kept him bedfast and unable to
return to his duties.
On November 22, 1888, he was
anited In marriage to Miss Agnes
E. Slemmons of the vicinity of
Iowa City,. and to this union was
born one daughter, Mrs. Jay Cur
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Back in New York alter a round-the-world flight that was haunted by a
jinx at every turn, Jimmy Mattern waves a hearty hello from the cockpit
of his plane as he landed at Floyd Bennett Airport. New York. Jimmy's
attempt to set a solo round-the-world Tecord ended when he cracked up
West Salem News
WEST SALEM, Aug. 18. A
group of ten or a dozen work
men were rushing the water line
extension from Edgewater along
the Wallace road for 600 feet
north to the Copeland yards with
a good six inch main. This main
will terminate In a triple hy
drant for fire protection.
Conrad Fox, Sr., father of Mrs.
Leonard Burgoyne, who left for
a visit at the home of relatives
at Dlsmet, Idaho, was taken has
tily to the Spokane, Wash., hos
pital for eye treatment and medi
Moving from here to Jefferson
street in Salem this week were
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Creasy, who
have lived here for a number of
Mrs. Hattle Mattox, who has
been confined in a Salem hospi-
tis of Lebanon, who with the wi
dow and three grandchildren,
Margery, Florence and Charlotte
Curtis, survive. He is also surviv
ed by a number of nieces and ne
phews in Washington and Iowa,
and a cousin, Charles R. Gregg ot
the Sunnyside district.
In 1893 be Joined the Masonic
Order of Webster City, Iowa, and
later became a member ot the
Eastern Star of West Liberty,
Iowa. In early manhood he united
with the Presbyterian church,- in
which organization he served as
Mr. Hogue was a man of strict
integrity and a conscientious
christian gentleman; his profound
faith being demonstrated by the
patience and fortitude with which
he bore his final Illness.
Funeral services were conduct
ed Monday, August 14, from the
Presbyterian church, Rev. J. Lin
coln Ellis officiating, and inter
ment following in Belcrest Me
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C. A. Hadley will show pictures
of the Bohemian mission work
at the Friends' church Sunday
Ruby Riser was also an in
structor in the Daily Vacation
school held here.
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little time, was able to return
home here this week.
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who spent their vacation visit
ing with relatives at Clear Lake,
Calif., returned home the middle
of the week. They went south as
far as the Sacramento valley and
Mrs. Snyder's sister and family
from near Bakersfleld came north
that far and they vacationed to
gether. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. McClendon
from the Auburn neighborhood
have purchased the McCall acre
age on Cascade drive and are im
proving it. Mr. McClendon is a
teacher and they expect to make
their permanent home here mo
toring back and forth to the
Complimenting the birthday of
Master .Vernon White Wednesday,
his parents, the Floyd Whites,
gave a swimming party and
weiner roast on the banks of the
The Tracy Fuel company and
Kingwood Service Station, Sam
Harris, proprietor, are two addi
tional firms signing for coopera
tion with the NRA.
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FALLS CITY. Aug. 15. A Pio
neer or Old Settlers' day. Is being
planned by . local citizens, to be
held la the City park Sunday, SeppWadneadaj and SYtday naetiags until
tember 3. AH former ana oia
tlmo residents are urged to at
tend. A basket dinner will be serv
ed at noon. Coffee will be served
by the local-women.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bowman re
cently celebrated their 40 th wed
ding anniversary by entertaining
the following friends and relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Strauss, Mr.
and Mrs. E. O. White, Mr. and
Mrs. Ross Bowman and family,
Mr. and "Mrs. Walter Bowttten of
Salem, Mr. and Mrs. FloyH Bow
man and family of Vernonia, Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Bowman and fam
ily of Portland, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Hyde ofPhilomath, Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Hyde and Mrs.
Mae Warren of Albany.
At Dallas Burns
House to Ground
DALLAS, Aug. 18. Fire de
stroyed the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Gosso In North Dallas early
Thursday morning, with none of
the contents saved. Mr. and Mrs.
Gosso and children and her moth
er, Mrs. Williams, had left Tues
day for a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Mortenson at Cascade Locks
and no one had been in the place
during their absence. ,
Neighbors were awakened
about 2:15 Thursday morning by
the barking of a dog and found
the house in flames. The neigh
bors reported that when they
were awakened, they heard men's
voices and a car starting up and
then discovered the flames com
ing from the house.
Slated 27th, With
2500 Crowd Due
SILVERTON, Aug. 18. The
Silverton park has been selected
for a Roosevelt harvest home pic
nic, August 27.
Approximately 2500 persons
are expected to be In Silverton
for the day. National, state and
county representatives of the ad
ministration are to be on hand to
outline the objectives of the pub
lic works program, the NRA, the
forest reserve undertaking and
other paramount subjects now be
fore the people.
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Corner ef CettaTe ui Saipplag
strata. O. T. Springer, aaiaister, 275
Portland Bead. BibU study at 10 e.na.
Freaehinr ud eo in amnio a at 11; Mrooi
topier "Tn War that ia Rlrht and Caa-aoa-'ba
Wreag.' Evealag aerriea at
T :30 ; Hrmoa topis t b Mlected. Ko
Center and High a treats. 607 li.
Drill, pastor; residence' 860 N. Cottage.
Cltarca school each Lord 'a day at 9:30
a.m. Morning worship, 10:45. Lord's
Sapper ant sermon; theme, "The Goal ef
the GospeL" Young people's meetings,
7 p.m. Erangelistie service, 8 p.m. Kn
thusisstle gospel singing; special devo
tional and inspirational service. Sermon,
"Stop, Look and Listen."
COTTBT ST. CHURCH 07 CHSJ8T
Seventeenth and Coort streets. Hugh.
X. McCallnm. pastor, 1744 Cbemeketa
street, phone 8104. Bible school at 9:45
a.m.; Mra. Irene Waller, Sept. Horn
ing worship and Lord's Sapper at 11
a.m. Mrs. Sarah Tennis will sing the
solo "Others." Special day sermon,
"The Church, Its Work Today." Thia
bing the 19th anniversary of the
church. Christian Endeavor at 6:15 p.m.,
and evening evangelistie services at 7:30
Capitol and Marion streets. W. G.
Ltenkaemper, pastor. Sunday school, 10
a.m.; John beany, Supt. German serv
ice, 10 a.m.; subject, "Who Is On the
Lord's Bidet" English service, 11
o'clock; subject, "Riches of Grace."
Special music by male quartet.
SOUTH SALEM FRIENDS
South Commercial at Washington.
Charles C. Haworth, pastor. Sunday
service: 10 a. m Eanday school: Bertha
Haworth, Supt. 11, morning worship;
sermon by Frederick Baker, evangelist.
7, C. E. meeting; topic, Worshiping God
Out-of-Doors. 8, evangelisite meeting be
ginning the Young People's revival eon
ducted by Frederick Baker of the Chris
tian Workers League of the Friends
church. Miss Rachel Pemberton will also
assist with the music. Evangelistie
meetings each evening daring the week
at 8, and meetings for prayer and bible
etuay every afternoon at S o clock.
FIRST GERMAN BAPTIST
North Cottage and D streets. G. W.
Rutsch, minister. Sondsy school 9:45 a.
m.; Sam Schirman, Supt. Morning wor
ahlp 11 a. m. ; sermon, "Bitterness snd
Sweetness 6f Christian Life." Evening
service a p. m., Hev. A. Busman of Ta
coma, wasn., will bring the message.
t'rayer service at S p. m. Wednesday.
9:43 a? m.. Church school graded for
au ages. 11 a. m., public worship; ser
mon, "Entrance and Exit" Dr. B. Earle
Parker. Musio by mixed Quartet. 8 n.
m.. Union service with CaTvary Baptist
church, Kev. &arl Cochran preaching.
Corner Winter and Chemeketa streets
G rover C. Birchet. D.D., minister. Bible
school 9:30 a.m.; Ralph H. Scott, Supt.
rroi. KoDert Ja. ttatke. Willamette uni
versity, will bring the messsge both
morning and evening, 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. C. E. societies 8:30 p. m. Prayer J
meeting i :au p. m. rnursasy.
FIRST CHURCH OF T.HB WAZAREXE
istn snd center streets. Kev. jrietcn
er Gsllowsy, pastor, 652 K. 14th street.
phone 9630. 11 a. m., "Union with
God." 7:80 p. m., "The Conquering
word." Sunday school 9:43 a. m.; T
M. Litwiller, Bupt M. T. P. B. groups
6:30 p. so.; Mrs. Louella Hardy, presi
Now Showing "A Case
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A Very Important Man
North Summer at Marion street. 'Em
ery W. Petticord. D.D., minister. Rev.
Desa lb VermUlioa. assoeiste minister.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. am. Morning
worship at 11. Prelude aad offertory by
Mrs. Xthel Poling Phelps. Sermon:
Seeinc Jesus Only" bv Rev. W. F.
Rademacher ef Albany. Junior, Inter
mediate and Senior Christian Endeavor
at 7. Evangelistie service at 8 p. m.
Twenty minute song service led by Bev.
Vermillion. Sermon: "Hopelessly Lost"
by Rev. Rademacher, pastor of First
Evangelical church, Albany. Bible study
aad prayer Thursday at 7:30 p. m.
Dean It. Vermillion, miniater. Sunday
school at 10 a. m.; Oris Face. Snot.
Morning worship at 11. The paator will
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAY SAINTS
460 N. Cottage street. Suadsy school
at 10 o'clock; church immediately alter
wards. REDEEMING LOVE MISSION
Sl&H N. Commercial street. Home
for unemployed women and girls; Mrs.
M. E. Buekbee, Supt. Services Sunday
S p. m.; Miss Louise Pinnell, speaker.
JASON LEE MEMORIAL METHODIST
Corner Jefferson and K. Winter streets.
H. O. Humphrey, pastor, Sunday school
9:45 a. m. Morning worship 11 o'clock;
Text: Jno. 12:21 "Sir we would see
Jesus." Evening worship 8 o'clock;
subject: "The Braised Keed and the
Smoking Flax." Young People's meet
ing 7 eiocic.
SPIRITUAL CHURCH OF DIVINE
556 Union street. F. Gordon Flem
ing, pastor. Services 8 p. m. Lecture:
"After Death What I" Lecture by Gor
don Fleming; messages will follow. Tuea
day, 8 p. m.: Lecture and demonstrations
of Color Psychology. Wednesday, 8 p.
m.: Class in Uafoldment. Friday, 8 p.
m. : Lecture and message meeting.
19th aad Ferry street, H. C. Stover,
minister. Church school at 10 a. m. ; C.
C. Harris, Supt. Morning worship at 11;
sermon by Doctor C. H. Harrison, state
superintendent of Congregational Miasions
of Oregon. Fellowship dinner at Ha
ger's grove following the morning serv
ice. FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
Hood and N. Cottage streets.
Kesl. pastor. Sunday school 10
James Davis, Supt. Morning worship
11 a. m.; subject, "Some Christisn Hin-
derances." Eveninr services 8 p. m
subject, "Excuses." Young People's
meeting T p. m. Prsyer and testimony
meeting Wednesday 8 p. m.
Marion and North Liberty street.
Brittoa Ross, minister. Bible school st
9:45 s. m.; Fred Broer, Supt. Morning
worship at 11 o'clock. Special music
by the choir. Sermon: "The Chris-
tian'a Standard." Junior, Intermediate
and Senior B. Y. PCs at T p. m. Or
gan prelude at 7:40. Prayer meeting be
fore the eveninr service st 7 p. m. .ven
ing service at 8 o'clock. Special music
by the choir. Sermon: "The Price of a
Haircut." Prayer meeting snd bible
study Wednesday at 8 p. m.
1230 N. Winter street. M. H. Pitcher,
pastor, 1230 N. Winter street. Services:
11 a. m.. and 7:30 xt. m. Sunday school.
9:45 a. m.; Emory Goode, Supt. Young
People s meeting. 6:30 p. mM Sunday
evening. Week-day services: Mid-week
prayer and praise, 7:30 Thursday even
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TURNER FIRST CHRISTIAN
' R. L. Putnam, pastor. Saaday school
10 a. m. Moraine werskin 11 o'clock:
subject: . "The I Pecofiar Peeitioa of a
Christian," Evening worship 8 o'clock;
subject: "Bible Sinners That Confess
It." Young People's meeting 7 o'clock;
subject: "WeraBiDins? Cod Out - ef
Doors." Leader, Everett Hansen. Mid
week service, Thursday. S p. m. Song
service, devotional aad study conducted
by pastor. Study: "Holy Spirit and Je
sus." OutUae study. Interesting. Wei
coma. LESLIE MEMORIAL CHURCH
South Commercial street at Myers. S.
Darlow Johnson, pastor, S48 E. Myers
street, phone 9687. Church , school at
8:45 a. m.; V. M, Beckett. Supt. Depart
ments and classes for all ages. Morning
worship at ll'o'clock. Anthem, "How
Lovely la Zion" (Heyser). Sermon by
the paator, "The Second Mile." "In
stitute Echoes'? at 8 p. m. by young
folk of the Epworth League. Mid-week
prayer aad study hour Thuraday evening.
7:30, continuing consideration of Mark
Ferry street at 13th. C. U. Weston,
pastor. Revival eerviees every night but
Monday, with Evangelist Ethel Gutekunst
speaking on the Spirit-filled life. Be
ginning Tuesday night the eTangelist will
give special bible studies on "The
Fruits of the Spirit." The bible studies
will start at 7:30 p. m. sharp; the evan
gelistic services at 8 p. m. Sunday serv
ices: Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; OIlie
Schendel. Supt. Church service at 11
a. m. Evangelistic service at 7:45 p. m.
O. M. A. GOSPEL TABERNACLE
655 Ferry Street. . H. Caldwell,
paator. -Phone 8693. Sunday school at
9:45 a. ta.; Gramel Sheets, Supt. Morn
ing worship at 11 a. m. Young People's
meeting at 6:45 p. m. Evening evengel
istic services at 7:45 p. m. Prayer
meeting on Tuesday evening, 7:45. Or
chestra and ehoir practice 'Wednesday
nighta. Young People's cottage prayer
service Thursday night.
Sunday services begin with a graded
church school at 9:40 o'clock a. m. ;
Mrs. W. A. Barku. Supt. Preaching at
10:50. Subject: "My Faith at Fifty."
Special muaie. B. Y. P. U.'s at 7
o'clock p. m., at the home of Mrs. W. A.
Bsrkus. Evening preaching will be a
joint service ia the First Methodist
church. Tuesday evening Loyalty class
social at the country home of Mr. and
Mrs. Wayne Henry, at Zena. Wednes
day evening at 7 :45 o'clock, prayer serv
ice. W. Earl Cochran, paator.
ROSED ALE FRIENDS
Milo Clifton Rots, pastor. Sunday,
school, 10; T. D. Trick, Supt. 11, mora
ine worship. Chester A. Hadley, super
intendent of Oregon Yearly Meeting ef
Friends, will speak. 6:45, Bolivian pray
er circle. 7, Christian Endeavor: Glenn
Pearson, leader. At the 8 o'clock serv
ice, Chester A, Hadley will show a new
set of pictures of South America. I'rsjer
and bible study. Friday, 8.
420 State street. Sunday achool at 10
a. m. Morning worship st 11. Evsnge
listic service 7:45 p. m. Mid-week serv
ices Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
John J. Rudin, pastor. Services: 11
a. m. ; sermon topic: "What We Be
lieve." Sunday school 10 a. m.
ST. PAUL'S (EPISCOPAL)
Church and Chemeketa streets. Phone
5164. Rev. Georee H. Swift, rector.
Holy Communion 7:80 a. m. Morning
prayer snd sermon 10 a. m. (daring Au
ST. JOHN'S EVANGELICAL
Corner 16th and A streets. Rev. H.
W. Gross, pastor. English services 9:45
a. m. German services 11 e clock.
See HI Fated
STAYTON, Aug. 18. In a
communication to Mrs. O. F. Kor-
inek, Mrs. Edward J. Bell, who
with her husband is attending the
Century of Progress of exposition
at Chicago, states that they were
among the disappointed thousands
it Soldiers field who witnessed the
attempt of Lieutenant Commander
Settle to go up 15 miles in a bal
loon. Mrs. Bell wrote that they sat
on benches at the field from 10:30
p. m. until after 3 a. m., and that
while the flight was not a success
It was nevertheless most exciting.
She says, the weather has been
moderate with only a few hot
While In the east Mr. Bell and
wife attended the K. C. convention
in St. Paul, he being a delegate
Riley Oyster Passes
At Woodburn Home
WOODBURN, Aug. 18 Riley
Oyster, 77, passed away at the
family home east of Woodburn,
August 16. He was born at Potts
ville, Pa., September 8, 1855. He
is survived by his widow, Lor
ough Patterson Oyster; two bro
thers, George of Kelso, and
Gurry of Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Services were i held from the
Beechler-Killan chapel Friday at
2 p. m. Interment was in Belle
Valsetz Camp Cook
Preparing for Work
VALSETZ. Aug. 18 Henry
Hobson of Salem is here going
over the cookhouse, getting it in
shape for operation. He was the
cook here before the mill closed
Owen McDonald was taken to
Dallas Wednesday with an in
fected finger. Young McDonald
was piling lumber and ran a long
sliver in his left hand.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,
Chemeketa and Liberty streets. Sunday
school, 9:45 and 11 a. m. Sunday service,
11 a. m.: subject: "Mind." Testimony
meeting Wednesday, S p. m. Reading
room ia Masonie temple open 11 a. m. to
5:30 p. m., except Sundays and kolidsji.
HOUSE OF PRATER
Interdenominational. Chemeketa and
17th. Prayer and praise service Sunday
afternoon 2:45. Prayer services also
every week night 7:45 except Thursday
and Saturday. A. J. Smith, minister,
1372 Skinner street. W. Salem.
By WALT DISNEY
By DARREL McCLURE
By JIMMY MURPHY