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Thf OltEnONr'STATESMAN. Salesu OregonThnrsifay Bronunsr, October 5, 1933
Hallie Thomas Summoned
South by Death; Ladies'
Aid to Meet
TURNER, Oct. 4. Turner Me
thod 1st Sunday school presented
the following Rally day-program
Sunday, with Miss Emma Gunning
ai chairman: group singing; a
bible character exercise In cos
tume by Jean Perry, Henry Hat
field, -Kenneth Barber, Evelyn
.Hatfield; recitaUon Leslie "Wil
son; xait oy tne pastor, Rev. N.
S. Hawk; trio, Lois Gunning, Lor-
.aine Barnett, Eleanor Parks,' pi
ano accompanist, Kathleen
Sparks; story by H. Bond; re
citation, Eo?ene Harrison; rlolin
numbers, W.' Harris; exercise by
Alice Roberts, Homer Hadley, Ar
thur Parks; anthem; recitation,
Eleanor Sparks; piano solo, Kath
ryn Hawk. -
uh thorps xuemoer i
Henry Ahrens, a - prominent
farmer of Turner Ticlnlty and a
member of the Salem drum corps
Is making the trip to" Chicago
with the drum corps to compete
- at the American Legion national
contention. Ur. Ahrens is presi
dent oi w- Turner community
club. . - .
Surprise grange beld a special
"booster" program at their hall
Saturday night. A radio wan In
stalled to recieve a special grange
program, various stunts were put
on oy members.
Miss Hallie Thomas was sum
moned to Grants Pass Frldav hr
the sudden death of the wife of
receiving the announcement of
her brother, Clifford Thomas.
Miss Ada ; Thomas, ; a sister, the
only other member of. the family.
left Turner .recently to spend the
winter in San Francisco. The Tho
mas family was among the first
residents of Turner.
The Methodist Ladies Aid so
ciety will bold its October silrer
tea at the home of Mrs. H. S.
Bond Friday, . '
Rodeo Sweetheart in Action
y , '
On a visit to New York as a reward
for her victory in a rodeo contest at
Long Beach, CaU where she won
the title of "Sweetheart of the
Roundup", Ardeth Schneider, Cali
fornia girl, gives a demonstration,
of her equestrian skill at MineoLa,
Lone Island. Fait ,
Wee Infant Draws Crowd of
Visitors; DeVries Home
' From East' .
PRATUM. Oct t. Last week
threshing was finished in this
neighborhood except for a few odd
Jobs of late barley. The yield tor
oats and barley exceeded all for
mer expectations, some yields of
oyer 100 bushels to the acre being
reported. . ,
Wood sawing and silo filling Is
on the dally program. Some pota
toes hare been harvested and pat
in storage, but the later planted
potatoes ar still growing and will
probably do so until killed by
frost, which may happeji any clear
Draws Much 'Attentioft
Elsie Lncile, smallest branch on
the DeVries family tree, Is rather
popular for her age. Although
only 10 days old, she had over 40
relatives and friends call on her
Sunday, 11 of them from Port
land.. '- - "
Mr. and Mrs. Fred DeVries and
two sons, Arthur and Rudolph, re
turned from an interesting trip
back east last Thursday. They vis
ited friends and relatives In Kan
sas, Illinois, Indiana, Nebraska,
and eastern Oregon. While in Chi
cago they attended the world's
fair. Mrs. Charles Beesley of On
arga. 111., accompanied them home
and is staying with her daughter,
Mrs.' Harold DeVries.
The Hayesville district Sunday
school convention at the Mennon
ite church last Sunday had a large
FascismLures U.S. Scion
; ; . ..
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i George- Neiom Page Faxuxv .
His application for Italian citizenship already in the hands of Premier
Benito Mussolini, George Nelson Page, scion of one of Amerca's oldest
families and descendant of one of the signers of the Declaration of Inde
pendence, has renounced his American citizenship and will shortly leave
Uncle Sam's bed and board forever. Page's action, he says, is the result
of his admiration for Fascism, as practiced by Mussolini, which he thinks
is the ideal State and far in advance of the "Capitalistic Futility" which
prevails in America. Page's wife, the former Marjorie Grace Strieker, of
Chicago and their infant son, George Blunt Page, will accompany him to
Ttlv ud har his new life in the cradle of Fascism.
Pear! Baker Announces En
gagement to Howard '
Flemmings of Dallas
CLEAR LAKE, Oct. S. ' - The
first meeting at the school house
Community club will hold the
next Friday night, October C, with
a short program and to elect of
ficers for the coming year. Ev
erybody Is Invited.
The Ladies Improvement club
will hold its first meeting Wed
nesday, October 11. All ladles of
the community' invited. - Officers
will be elected. ! '
Announces Engagement V
A shower was given in honor
of Miss Pearl Baker at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Art Baker Thurs
day with a quilting in the tore
noon and shower was held In the
afternoon. Mrs. Baker announced
the engagement of her daughter
Miss Pearl to Howard Flemmings
of Dallas.: '
Those present: Mrs. Gladys
Brown, Mrs. Frances ; Galnard,
Mrs; Amos Smith, Mrs. M. T.
Hammock, Mrs. Audrey Wheelan,
Mrs. George Brown, Mrs. Ray
Lick, Mrs. John Schmaltz, Mrs.
John Bain, Mrs. Oral Garner, Mrs.
Fred "Hammock, Mrs. Lloyd Ma
son, Mrs. Mina Schlag, Mrs. Theo.
Stolk. Mrs. Ida McCormick, Mrs.
Mary Petzel, and Mrs. Fred Stolk.
Rev, Walter Duff, evangelist,
held a meeting at Clear Lake last
winter and his son, Haldene Duff
and three girls, Zena Pound,
Halda Shaw and Pearl Robertson
were the guests at the Ray Smith
home Friday night. They have
closed, a tneetlng at Yamhill were
roinx to Portland befora t irtin.
to California, where they will
pend the , winter and return to
Albany later. Evangelist Walter
Jr., and Maud Duff Friday opened
meetings at Newberg.
6111 BETS VOTE IF
NORTH HOWELL, Oct. 4.'
Members of North Howell grangW
Saturday night held a special
meeting to nominate state offic
ers. ,The following were nominat
ed: ' - ; ' "' '. ' -J 1 ' .. , !
Master, Ray Gill: secretary.
Bertha Beck; lecturer. Daisy
Bump; executive; committee, W.
A. Jones, Martin Rostvoid and
George Palmiier. Raymond Paul
son, overseer, presided over the
meeting la the absence of the
master. M. A. Dunn.
RarifA nA Innrh ra mart nf
the social hour which followed
Visiting here from Poynette,
Wis., at the home of their sister,
Mrs. J. M. Cntsforth, are Martha
and John MeDonald, who have
been enjoylng-tbe Chicago exposi
tion before leaving for the west.
XEW STORE TO OPEX
SILYERTON, Oct. 4. A re-
uu, seea ana leva eiuro is wmg
opened tip in the vacant build-'
ing on the corner of First and
Lewis streets, in what is known
as' the old Ford garage. Merlin
and seed business for several
years at Silverton and who has
his mill on -the west end of Mc
Claine street neaf the city ceme
tery, is opening up the store. The
entire interior is to be used.
MIDDLE GROVE, Oct.
T. N. Slaughter of Stockton, Calif,
who has been visiting at the W.
D. Edwards home, . was. badly
bruised and shaken up when the
car of Floyd, Bosley in which he
was riding got out of control and
overturned near the Harvey Wal
ker corner on the Silverton high
way. The car was badly damaged
but Bosley was not hurt.
Thieves took advantage of Mr.
and Mrs. -W. : D. Edwards .while
they attending church Sunday
night and made off with about 1
young chickens.. P- ,
Joseph Moorman, eldest son of
ttlr. and "JJrs. August Moorman
and Anna Welnacht of Mount An
gel, were married September It. '
Mrs. Frank Knuths is leaving
October 3 by motor with Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Zellnskl of Hazel
, Green, for the east where they
will visit with relatives in low
and attend the world's fair. Mrs.
William Feddern left about three
weeks ago for Cochran, Wisconsin
where she is visiting her father.
SI years old, and other relatives
A bible study class for all in
terested will be conducted by Rev.
G. F. Leinlng at the church Wed
nesday, night, beginning October
4 at. 7:39. : :
CONFER WITH MEIER
The Btat of Orezon. through R.
H. Baldock, state highway engin
eer, wil sponsor a movement to en
list the various states in a pro
gram for a further allocation of
hiehwav grant monev out of pub
lic works funds at a meeting of
the national association of state
highway commissioners and en
gineers which opens at Milwau
kee. Wis., next week. Baldock will
leave for Milwaukee Friday night.
Baldock will submit a resolu
tion to the convention placing the
association on record as petition
ing President Roosevelt to" set
aside an additional amount or
public works funds for distribu
tion among the states for highway
The public works act set aside
140fr.e00.000 as a minimum for
road work to be distributed am
ong the states on a basis of pop
ulation, area and mileage of fed
eral aid roads. The act also au
thorized, the president to increase
this amount at his discretion, 1ut
thus far onlr S400.000.000 has
Federated Women t
To Hold Institute
RICKREALL, Oct. 4. The
Federated Women's clubs of Polk
county will hold a' One - day In
stitute Friday, October 6. This
' vlH tiAe-ln at 10 a. m. Mrs. A. E.
Ntely of Brush College, Is presi
dent of the federation. . She has
appointed Mrs. A. R. Ewing,
Brush Collece. Mrs. L. WPlum-
mer. Danas, and Mrs. H. J. El
liott, Perrydale. as program com
mittee. Mrs. Saldie Orr Dunbar,
.corresponding secetarv of the na
tional federation. will be one of
the speakers on the afternoon
program. i .
The institute will be held In the
church and luneh will be served
mt nnnn at th boma of Mrs. Jen
nie Dempsey, by the Rickreall
Ladies' Aid. ;
FAILS CUT SCHOOL
POLLY AND HER PALS
Just a Minnow
By CLIFF SJERRETT
sirwhS month divorced Be
GOson. was binwymeonteg
ihe became the bride ef Vrj I
. strewn." director.
FALLS CITY, Oct. 4. The lo
ai rraii twhool enrollment for
the beginning of this school year
was lis, an increase or is .over
the opening day last year. Forty
two enrolled in high school, two
less than last year, but a number
will be entering this week tnai
have Just returned irom pran
wm r. p. Brown was elected
secretary -of Rhododendron chap
ter O.E.S. to take tne piaco o
Mrs. E. B. Watt who resignea.
ir it. it. Helm Is convalescing
. ha httniA after undergoing an
operation for appendicitis at the
Booster Night for
Is Entire Success
itipr civ nrt. 4. The Mac-
leay grange heard the grange
t ' .iirttt nmmm broadcast
at the booster meeting held Fri
day night. After tno oroaaw
ttnrlnr. led bV G. E.
group of readings was given by
Mrs. Stella uuiver.
: . Trrtf , nn Aft interestlns
talk on The F u t u r e of the
Farmer." .Mr. Hewitt reallxes the
deplorable condition but he be-
tiiorA a.re enough
thinking Americans that if they!
are determined a solution for the
betterment of economic s condi
tion will be ionna.
program luneu was BC''C"
Mra, Phinip and Mrs. W. Welch
in charge. . . 5
Pioneer Group Forms ;
Sunday school unit
l..i.rn -v- a A Run dav
f lUiHa..", w- . .
school was organized Sunday at
. ..hA.ii.niiiiM with 39 present.
There were three classes with Mrs.
Lloyd Bice teaenwg me youuo
group, Mrs. vijue
termediate. and Reece Robbins
the adults. Uoyd Rice of Dalits
school everjrsunday and preach
ing: eTery two
Sited Comoleted Over
: Valsetz Planing Mill
VALSETZ, Oct, - 8. The shed
- ,v mm wn finished
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their homes elsewhere. The roof
crashed nnaer a ueary suuw
Mrs. Hanse Foshong was taken
nt rieht hand. She had lost the
use t ner nngen.
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TOOTS AND CASPER
Facing a Change
By JIMMY MURPHY
05H,IT SEEM5 A PITY
THAT THE SHIP SANK BEFORE
CLAMBY HAD A CHANCE TO
LEAVE PC TOOTSi AFTER
THE HESSOIC WAY HE HELPED 1
PUT EVERYBODY ELSE IN
vy s0rl BOATS!
NO MATTER WHAT
ABOUT HIM HE HAD
A HEART OF OLD.
CASPER, AND ILL
, ALWAYS BE
rs.' r i.
. KNOwrr r
NO ONE IN THE
v WHOLE WORLD
- CLAKSY. ,
CUNrlNTO A .
AND 15 NOW
. AT A LOCAL
- NO, I WONT LET ANYONE KNOW
fM SAFE! PEOPLE HAVE ALWAYS !!
AVOlOEDJAEv SINCE MY TROUBLES OF'
A FEW YEARS I'LL NEVER .
LIVE DOWN THE MISTAKES OF MY PAST!
SO &VR A3 THE WORLD IS CONCERNED p
MCRTIKSI CLAK3Y HAS PESU3HZD;
AND ILL LET IT
, lor. Cttat Bioaia sha mwwi
rVE AHCmVE IN LIFE AND A TENDER
ONE! IVE W TO MAKE OOD AAIHBUT
1 1 HAVEN'T MADE MUCH HEADWAY
LATELYt TK CAR9S AS A6AUSST MSatTKISt
CLAK3V ' SOPHIE HOOFER HAD HER FACE -;
CHANGED SHE LOOKS LIKE AN ENTIRELY
DIFFERENT PERSON r40W I WAS TERRIBLY
IT tJUST 6tA&m
HAS A .