The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, October 06, 1933, Page 13, Image 13

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    Thi OREGON STATESMAN, galea. Oregon, Friday Morning, October 6, 1933
or Members of "4-M and
Bethel Dorcas Club
Women, Uacleay v
MACLEAT, Oct. S The 4-M
club entertained the Bethel Dor
c&s club members with a dinner
and,; a hand-work. - exhibition
Tuesday at the Macleay ball. ,
Autumn : flowers - centered the
long table and were used about
the dinloj room and h&IU
Among the article exhibited
a a blanket by Mrs J, P. C.
Tekenburg who , spun, the wool
and wot the blanket at the age
otlS years; a silk quilt made
by Mrs. E. Tooker at the age
ot 7 S years: "a tea quilt made
t7 Mrs. Anhock at the age of
62: and a pair of hand made oil-
lows trimmed irlth knitted lace
made by Mrs. Tookels grandmoth
er; tapestry made in England
over 100 years ago exhibited by
airs.- ii. rumps. v
Shows Key-wind Watch 1
Mrs. C. Baker exhibited a key
winding watch years old and
.watth of almost wafer thinness
75 years old;: and Mrs. E. . Mat
tea a balr chain' that she made
from her mother-in-law's and her
own hair about'3 years ago. Mrs.
Stella Calver , displayed a child
dagnerrotype of her mother and
Mrs. M. M. Magee a bible belong
ing to the Harris family dated
. IMC testament earned in 8un-
day-school br her mother, Ang-
' osta- Wlederman Harria.; One of
the most unique quilts ' displayed
belonged to Mrs. A. H. Fuestman,
cad harlfigl the initials of the
members of the Dorcas dub on the
blocks made years ago when it
was called the Bethel .Thimble
club. '.
Present were Mr. and Mrs. W.
- Fsrr, Mr. and IHr. 'Welch, Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. C. Tekenberg, "Mr,
and Mr?. E. Matten. Mr and Mrs
M. M. Magee, Mr. and Mrs. A. U.
294 N.I Commercial St,
Crown Komprest Komplete Pellets a feed that can
. not be equaled on price-imdl quality (0 A PC
100s ; ..1 tPUU
r(wnKompleteEgglIaslH-Thisiaarealg"j QQ
mash for a complete feed, 100a ,f4)JLoal7
4 . Grain Hen $f 55
Scratch, 100 Iba. ; JL '
" ' ' Crown Silver Sheen Fox Cubes
A balanced ration for foxes. This feed if fed prop-
..... '11 a 1 1 XI FT - 1
eny wm ecru ouni or urown
now. be in the lead
for: fine furs
O pounds 22c
For Shortening '
Wb. pafl
Deviled Meat
3 can 9C
. packages i Lr
Wesson OH
V2 gallon 63C
Golden West
O pounds 81c
Cortlcn's Tall rIilk
3 cans 15C
Nu. ; 17 Coamerctal , "TeL AOlt jf
tjesssse .
Baker's Calumet Swansdown
Premium Bakinfir Cake Flour
Chocolate Powder
19c ck. 21Cp. 1 27c
Wt Reserve .the Blcot to limit QmUUe
v Lamson Heats Death SeqfegQfy:
Despair' etched
oiTwmy line of.
Ms' face,. David
A." tmaon, Stan-:
ford University'
Press executive,
stands-erect in
San Jose, CaL,
court as he hears
himself sentenced
to die on Decem
ber IB for the
murder i of his
wife. Alien.
Seated 2s hi at
torney,. Maurice
,,. ; Rankin.
Voestman, Mr. aad Mrs. J. HIsel,
Mrs. C. Baker, Mrs. R. Clark, Mrs.
Stella Culver, Mrs. W. Frlnk, Mrs.
A. F. Lewis, Mrs. H. E. Martin,
Mrs. H. Phillips, Mrs. M. A. Wells.
Mrs. K. Wilson, Mrs. G. A. Lam
berson, Mrs. E. Tooker, Mrs. W. H.
Humphreys, Mrs. John Bueureneh.
Mrs. W. T. Brink ley, Mrs. J.
Nichols, Mrs. Cars Nichols, Gladys
Eoff, Mrs. A. Spranger, Mrs. John
Spranger. Mrs. H. Utter, Mrs. Ju
lia Grant, Mrs. N. Brinkley, Mrs.
Phone 3527
Crown Dairy $-.25
Meadow Ration .. JL
ine iux yeiw. iy a sac.
trii in.
- UV1
Cream Cheese
11c pound
Powdered Sugar
O - pound . 15c
Iodized Salt
t packages 15c
Rubber Goose Free
Lifebuoy Soap
2to llc
lux Toilet Soap
Jmi cakes ' llc
Crown Flour
Hard Wheat
4ft3.. $1.74
Kitchen Queen
49s $1.44
m a.
A. 1 Sundburr, Mrs. H. Boler,
Mrs. J. Lauder back, Miss Alie
Brown. ' '
Reserve is
Again Made
For Bethel
BETHEL, Oct. 5. The Farm
ers union meeting at Bethel
Monday night voted to again
close the district to hunters. The
same committee was retained to
attend to the printing and en-
It was reported that last year
one hunter refused to leave
farm when he was requested to
do so and he was reported and
fined $25.
Delegates to the county con
vention were appointed: J. R.
Carruthera, Rev. S. Hamrick
Mrs. J. M. Nichols and O. L.
A resolution was unanimously
accepted commending Max, Geh-
lhar on the success achieved by
him In carrying the; state fair
forward to sueh a fine financial
1 Telephone
Eyes Examined - Glasses Fitted
All Modern Frames and Lenses
at Prices Everyone Can Afford
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Dr. Rath ll Daugherty
S01-2-8 First National
'Bank Bids.
. - Canning Season
Use scientific methods
in canning and cooking
as recommended by. the
Bureau of Home Eco
nomics and the leading
Health Institutes.
Sitertlay Is Positively the Last Day Yon
Reduced Prices
Small Down Payment W&l HoM Cooker
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or Mt Angel Academy and
Norma!; Benefit Card
V Party is Success
MT. ANGEL, Oct. 4. A good
crowd, attended the benefit card
party given by the teachers of
fit. Mary's school in the school
dining hall Tuesday night. Eigh
teen tables were In play. First
prise for men went to Gordon
Bucknum, and the w o m e n s
prise was won by Mrs. J. A.
Kaiser. Jerome Luts received the
draw prize. The proceeds, $20,
will be used to repair play ap
paratus for the school.
Final preparation are oeing
made at Mt. Angel academy and
normal for the alumnae reunion
next Sunday. Many old students
from far and near are expected.
The program tor the day con
sists of a general business meet
ing at 2 p. m.t a short program
given by some of the Portland
alumnae, luncheon about 4:30
p. m., and visiting and dancing.
Rev. Alculn Helbe, O. S. B.,
will be toastmaster. Address dur
ing the-luncheon will be: Greet
ings to alumnae- by Mother M.
Edith, O. 8. B.; "Our Alumnae,"
Mary C. Kavanaugh; "Reminis
cences ot Academy School Days."
Mary B. Scollard, and "Educa
tional Opportunities of Alma
Mater," Henriette Bemlng-Kais-er.
The executive committee con
sists of Mary B. Scollard, presi
dent; uto 'ce presidents, Rosa
lie Keber-Mslntyre, Alma Green,
Elizabeth Weber, Theresa Dealer
and Amanda Schwab; Sister M.
Beatrice, secretary-treasurer and
Sister M. ' Ida, historian.
Zurchers Moving .
After 30 Years on
Silverton Ranch
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Zucher have
sold their 24-acre farm in the
Evergreen district to Fred Sur-
brugg, who lives at the Walter
von Flue home, and' will move
next week to Portland to be near
a son and daughter. They lived
on this farm for 30 years. Their
daughter, Mrs. Ruth Schweitzer.
who has been with them since
early in the year, will return to
her home in Enterprise, as soon
as they are settled.
Mr. and Mrs. Galen Mishler
returned Thursday from a two-
month's visit at Arrow wood. Al
berta. They will pack and leave
at once for Salem, where they
hare rented acreage. Mr. and
Mrs.- Clarence Campbell (Eunice
Watts) will Immediately move
onto the farm here.-
HUBBARD, Oct. B. Mrs. Earl
Hecker and little Barbara Lee re
turned Wednesday from Ocean
Lake wheie they had been spend
ing a few day with Mr. and Mrs,
Lawrence Kay Gibson who were
recently married at McMinnrllle,
Mrs. Hecker and Mr. Gibson are
brother and sister. Mrs. Gibson
was Ruth McDonald of Grande
Ronde and Mr. Gibson was for
merly from Salem, "a graduate of
Willamette university with the
class of 1912. The young couple
will live at Grande Ronde at pres
a a
With Only 25 Minutes of Cooking?
See Fniit Canned in 5 Minutes
at 2:30 P. M. - See It Done With a
Public Is Invited to Event
' Which Will Include
Farm Exhibits
Two prominent speakers and sev
eral vocal and musical numbers
wilt be included in the booster
night program to be held at the
Union Hill grange ball Saturday
night, October 7, in connection
with the community fair. Mrs. W.
M. Tate, grange lecturer, will be
in charge ot the program and
her: assistants will be Mrs. Floyd
Foz and J. O. Darby.,
Agricultural exhibits will be
in chargo of 1 0. W. Humphreys,
C. C. Jones and J. 3. Sfeinberger.
The flower and textile commit
tee Includes Mrs. C. C. Jones,
Mrs C. E. Morley and Mrs. Guy
Mrs. Vera Scott and Mrs Guy
Butler will have charge of ' the
sale of the Home Economics club
quilt. There will be no admit
tance charge and cake and sand
wiches will be served.
12 -npfl Enroll
School opened here Monday
with Miss Eleanor Paddock ot
Eugene, teacher. Twelve pupils
ar AnrAllftd- fnrlnrilnr twn ffnt
graders: VlTlenne Jaqnet and
Donald Cressey.
Mrs. Edward Robb and her
two-weeks-old daughter, Ethel
Joyce, are home- from Sllverton
Silverton All Set
For Fall Opening
And Torch Parade
SILVERTON, Oct. 8. Silver-
ton Is all set for Its annual tai:
opening which will begin with the
unveiling of windows Friday night
at T o'clock. The big NRA torch
parade is to be a new feature. The
firemen's dance is one ot the lm-
No matter with what you are
afflicted, our wonderful herb
treatment win positively relieve
influenza, diseases of the tnroat,
heart, kidneys. liver, stomach.
piles, asthma, chronic cough,
weakness, constipation, dizziness.
neuralgia, headache, appendicitis,
rheumatism, arthritis, neuritis.
blood poison, catarrh, diphtheria.
eczema, swollen glands, tonal hub,
ear trouble, lumbago, tumor.
dropsy, female complaints, ner
vousness; all disorders disappear
without operation.
H. S. LOW, Directing Herbalist
47S S. Commercial St.
Salem Oregon Phone 8T5S
Lady Attendant Honrs 0 to 6 pjn.
Week Days; B to 12 Sundays.
Main Office, Oakland, Calif.
21 Tears of Service
A special Invitation Is
extended to people who
already hare a Pressure
Cooker. We will bo glad
to furnish you with all
the information we can..
Can Boy at Greatly
Until Called Fori
When fy?
Fail rs
portant features, and firemen have
been busy this week decorating
the armory tor the occasion. The
dane haa. been named tn "New
Deal" dance. -This Is the begin
ning of a series of dances spon
sored by hriocaik fire depart
ment , vj"-r -
Saturday -the 'fall.-epenlnr con
tinues wltb." the juvenile garden
show as the oig feature ot the
day. Miss Hannah Olsen beads the!
committee on ; arrangements for
r-r . fc , i
' wisootMsaat .y mmmm 1 .
Fancy Lean
Lb. asy2
3 Lbs. SC
Free Delivery
X---- Feature
J Simmons j
I Deepsleep f
I Inner Spring Mattress M n t
I See this Feature Value in our window M JJOX SPafUlGT
J this week. YooH agree it's an outstand- Jf ; L r t '
ing value at this "price. Your choice of ; to Wl rl tCH
I several colors. 4
I r-i r The Simmons box spring is
I vif'N 'WkQ v Jr covered with the same ma-
8 i $ il W terial as the Simmons Deep- s
1 (I O jf'i sleep mattress.
Better Protection
For Youth Urged oy
"' Eriksen at' 'Turner
TURNER, Oct. 8. The Metho
dist brotherhood held it first
meeting' ef rice .season Monday
night. Rev. P".J W. Eriksen of
Salem, talked on Experiences of
a : tfenitentiarT,,' Ckcplaln.?. He
stressed the need for better- pro
tection tor the youth, as many
eat Sate
Ea!2 oj? VThoIo
Ssgar Cored
Best Grade
3 lbs. SS
Beef Roasts
Pound (g
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present day forces tend to .break
down the highest type of Utlnj.
F. L. Gunning gave a vocal solo,' :
accompanied by Mis Katheryn '
Hawk, who also . gave a piano
solOj Violin; solo, Albert Jen
sen, Kusle by- Ernest Robinson.
i Turner S community- club 'will
give it first tall program. Mon
day night, October lat' high '
school auditorium. Prather, rice-
president, will be la charge, as
I the president, Henry Shrens, if
In Chicago
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fKii-i x 13;
Lb. Eli
Kettle Rendered
Pure Lard
3 Lbs. 3
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Pound ft
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Phono 8774
Salem,. Ore.