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Annual .Rally day of Molalk
Church Has Outstanri-
- MOLALLA, Oct.;4. Honor
ing old and new teachers. In both,
tit .high school and grammer
. muJ thk Methodist. Ladies' Aid
U saving . a ; public reception iM
tbe-i church parlor, .October &
at S p. m. This Is an annual at
fair sponsored by the Ladles
urm.AT.T.A. Oct. 4. The
Christian church now. has an or-
an. The instrnnent, . wnicn is
nearly new,' was presented to the
. enureh by Mrs., jonnson 01 .ear
' low. ' ". -'' .
" " Rallv Dav Success . " ' r
v MOLALLA. Oct. 4. The an-
nal rally day 8 of the Molalla
Methodist - church .was. well ; at
tandAif Snndav. there being 31
mr nmnna at the ' Sunday
school this year than at rally day
last Tear. " The total attendance
was 153. Special mnsle and pro-
- scrams were prepared by the Sun
day school classes, the choir and
- ths t Epworth ' league. The ftev.
Harold Miles, p a a t o r of ; the
V-chnrch, " expressed ' himself M be-
lcr unusually weu sausnea wiu
; the day. ' ' ' J :
'i --MOLALLA; ' Oct .StViTwo
busy, months are ahead ' for' the
Molalla Camp: Fire" Girls, if the
schedule: prepared Jy Huth.Cor
iUl and : Virginia Shaver mem-
bera of -the , program-; committee
lor : October and November is
carried f utiTwo benefits ; will
take -np most of ' the time. The
girls plan to serve lunch, for. high
school students one day and later
in- November, they 'will give a
short afternoon' benefit play. Oth-
;x meetings- will be - deroted to
- classes In bandaging and work
on a quilt. A Hallowe'en party
and a wood gatherer's ceremonial
complete the schedule:
All the Camp Fire Girls are in
high school this ' year and most
if them are working on the fire
- maker's requirements." They , are
raising7 money to help buy cere
xnonlal gowns and to meet other
- " Enrollment Large
MOLALLA, Oct. 4. New stu-
, dents entering after the first day
of school hare brought the high
school registration np to 140. Qf
these, S3 are freshmen. The large
" classes, the small number of
teachers and the wide variety' of
courses offered have necessitated
adding another : class period to
the school day and cutting the
noon hour to 45 minutes.
MOLALLA, Oct. 4. Mrs.
Floyd Campion leaves Thursday
for York, Neb to visit her
brother. She will be gone a
month. Mrs. Campion la a former
: 32 New Books; Has
Same Number Given
filLVKRTON, Oct. -4.- The
September library report sub
mitted to the city council at its
October meeting showed that 32
sew books .had . been added by
purchase, IKS loaned during the
month, 31 new readers added, 35
bocks removed from circulation.
S3 books donated, 91 magazines
BooU and magatinec donated
are credited to Shirley Evenson,
Mrs. Edson Comstock, Mrs. Mil
ton Thostrude and Mrs. H. B.
AhhooVh iw4 yet 2L these twins.
Helen and Olive Parish, of Los An
geles, can boastan enviable record,
of achievement. f. They were univer
sity graduates st 15, star reporters
t 17,-received bachelor and master;
of arts degrees and arc now candi
dates, for. degrees as doctors of.
philosophy at the University' of'
onthern California. '
MONITOR, Oct. 4. Mr. and
Mrs. James Conroy and son.
Jack, of. Portland, were week
end visitors with Dave Swanson
and family. They are moving to
Redmond, Wednesday' where he
has a trucking job.
Mrs. B. W. Battlcson and
children, Phyllis, B r a e e and
Keith, of Canby, were guests of
the Olaf Edland family Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Huesser are
moving to the. Willoman hopyard
near1 Hubbard. V
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sergeant
of Vancouver, and Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Faulkner and family were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ser
Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Edland are
the parents of a baby girl.
Will Elect Heads
For Year Saturday
WOODBURN, Oct 4. Of
ficers for the Woodburn grange
will be elected Saturday morn
ing at the regular monthly meet
ing to be held at the hall west
of town. The Saturday meeting
will be an all - day affair, begin
ning at 10 o'clock, with dinner
une anernoon program win be
open to the public. A good num
ber 'of people attended the boos-,
ter meeting of the grange Sat
urday night C. J. , Rice, presided.
Speeches - were made by John
Ramage, Frank W. Settlemier
and: Ray Glatt. An orchestra
played s several selections.
se, ft QUARTERS
Large Crowd outLf or School
District Meeting; Bud- i
get is Passed f i
; GATES, Oct 4. Several lo
cal men have gone above Detroit
to CCC camp 620, at Hoover flat
for a-feVr weeks-as -carpenters.
The csjnp will be made.ready( for
permanent quarters for the. men
left ' In- the- service. Local men
Who went np this week are: No r
ris .Thomas, Ervln Lawson. Sam
Donnell and Ed Grlffa. The work
Is expected to last six weeks.' A
special train took out most of,
the CCC boys. Sunday morning
from - Humbug ; and ' Hoover flat
" i Tote School Budget '
Friday night a. special school
meeting was held to vote on the
budget for the next school year.
A good sized crowd was out and
the .budget passed by a large
margin.- ' .: ' ..
Mrg. A. E. , Carey entertain
ed the members of the Birthday
club at the club room Satur
day ; afternoon for an' enjoyable
time. with, cards. High score: was
held, by Mrs. Roy Taylor, -second
by Mrs. Lenn Young, and low
by; Mrs. Fred Jones. Mrs. Charles
Smith won -visitors honors. .1. . '
CLEAR LAKE, Oct, 4. Eck
Dutoit,. 64, sustained a broken
shoulder , and several broken ribs
this 'morning about 7 o'clock
when: cars driven by Mrs. Ralph
Dutoit and Vernon Truitt son of
C. Truitt, collided on the river
road eight miles north of Salem.
Mrs. Eck Dutoit and Mrs. Ralph
Dutoit received slight bruises.
The sheriff Investigated the ac
cident Dutoits hold that Truitt
failed to stop his car at a high
way sign. The impact turned the
Dutoit coupe over several times
and virtually demolished It
Eck Dutoit injured in an auto
mobile accident Wednesday
morning While en route to work,
holds one of The Oregon States
man dollar accident policies, and
so will be entitled to benefits
provided by the policy. The acci
dent was reported to Gus Hixson,
circulation manager, yesterday by
Ralph i Dutoit.
Wq SLEEPING SICKNESS
KEIZER, Oct 3. Mrs. Ray
Betxer has received word of the
serious illness of her father,
Henry .Gustafson, , at Oskaloosa,
la., who became suddenly 111 with
sleeping sickness. Mr. Gustafson
Is a clothier In his home city. He
visited here four years ago and
Is kndly remembered by those who
met him. At the last word he was
holding his own. He Is 70 years
is largely based on sight
and visual memory. Are
your children fitted for it?
Arrange now for an ex
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SILVERTOK, Oct. 4. Judge
Frank Alfred was faced Tuesday
afternoon with the novelty of a
hearing carried on In the Rus
sian - language with . only child
ren as Interpreters, when - John
Zolotoft accused Alec Bartsoff o!
kOllng his eheep." V
yjrhr listeners in tha courtroom
were,1 however' amused to note
that when the two men became
sufficiently angry they both could
speak some of. the English , lang
uage. This led some to wonder if,
after all, the two "hadn't much
to say to each other that to their
mind, was no concern of attor
neys or Judge. During , the ques
tioning children of the twa par-
Jndgo Alfred, after hearing the
case, .decided there . was not . suf
ficient evidence to hold s trial
and the mattera,: dropped.
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" DAYTON,. Oct -4'" 'Mr. and
Mrs. i J." ' T.: cockerham? are the
parents of - a daughter, Mario
Jeanette, born Friday, September
29, at the McMinnvUle hospltaL
This is their sixth child, but the
first. gM. .
Of Success Made
i'."'By Young Pitcher
DavisV who baa - Just - finished a
successful season pitching for Ihe
San Francisco Seals, - and V has
been chosen by Philadelphia ' for
next season." Is " a RIchreall 4 boy
ni bis Barents. Mr. and Mrs.
WilUam Davis, reside here. TM
oo'mmunjty-ls JnsUy proud with
his 'tarenU, orer.hW. Buccess. ;
Wariren - Burch was .'- brought
home " Sunday, "from' the. Salem
General hospital - 4 I " aM 'to
be bout .tbelhousetBert'. Davis, '
proprietor -of the , 4-way garage, -mrom
t&kftn ill z suddenly "Friday
and Is in a Salem hospital. E.
AV Stenson i was taken f saiem
KnrAav where he will take treat
ments. He j has " been - 111 since
jniv - an f (arise complications
caused from aa' abcessed; ear.f -
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IVnirrf tVeefc SALE Special! Save Xoart ;
No more felt base rugs at this low
price after Ward Week! Stainproof!
Waterproof! And their hard enamel
surface eant absorb water, grease' or
stains. Floral and tile pattern. -"
All Mohair Suite
Priced way below
$6 Down, $7 Monthly, pins carrying charge
Mohair prices have advanced 100
in less than six months! That's why
we cannot repeat-this Ward Week
value. Both pieces have deep spring
seats, high soft hacks, roll arms, and
reyersihle cushions. Hardwood frames
throughout. Buy in, Ward Week!
ing com nukes this
(tardy. And see
what yea vet
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10-ot. i e, hot
dipped. Wire biL
Boy several newt
built, in green or
Useal I5.4S .
Copper whh tiaaei
Far Ward Was Omtt
IroitCT 6 for
Wbke, soft, strictly saakary.
1009 ahecU oa eadi rofl. Doa
auas this saviac.
Rayon Uffcta. bias
cat, lace trimmed.
Flesh, Peach. 34 1
at 59c pr.
Sheer or service
Pico tope aad IssV
8 for 89c
katal loops. 1 x
ta This low price
War! Teek enlyl
"'i.?-.' ' ' :" -
AS taWart. JLl thii low rr
yeek price it wfil pay to awy es
. wash frock. Cay
lark or Egbt ground.. 3
Price goe np after
Ward Week. Light
tested for pinholes.
4 for 89c
Heavy 115 B tin
boa. Lfaait of S to
For Inside Use
too hard. gloMT fiaiJa ia
4 hoortt. For all iasidf Jobs.
Will net whiten. Easy to apply.
f- . llsVaf Wss iICS
Waihahlo f ,aatt far,
yean, Ia IS attrae
tive esters. ' '
A Wmrd WmekSmpmr Vmlme
im Ammricmm Wmlmmt Vmmmvrt
$5 down, $5J(0 -monthly, pins
Prices are up 50 since we bought
this suite for Ward Week. We can't
repeat this value. Four big pieces in
American Walnut reneer-rubbed to
a rich, saticy finish. Cenuiner plate
glass mirrors, and elaborate' wood
csrrings are other costly details t ,
OpoM to 'domblo or
J twin bed. With
aMUreot, and three
7 . Jt ...
$3 down $4 monthly,;
pint carrying 'charge -
Vnnsuai Qnulltgl LowPricmMI
- Laree ceils apaoUleredV
. in idled eottott. Drill
ticking cover. Roll
' edge. Fall sisoT' ' :
.140 Doable Deck
, coils support yon la
' In ' ease. 2 ' side
sUbll- f -A .95
; . Izera . . 11 ;
m a - - v Ka
!wm r i
II 11 fit ? 1
- -ln. slse
Save H daring
Ward Week. Water.
proofed'. 100? Baa
ail. .Tie scaler
13 Mates and a 12 Montli,
roWj Ontrecf To Mdit Tais lew Prict
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BereHi trpieal Ward Week btf vmlaof Taka saVaataee! If
C??b?tterT K1 wik aont rbk wialar otraia oa it.
Riverside Motor Oil: Ia . Riverside - Spark - Plas;. '
your , JJ" . $Uich 29eTSeU of n ' j .
eonUIaer OC gal. 4 or more, each C -
;i Address t;-"' ' ' f -.- f Rt i r. Baw - " :'-::: - ; :
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