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CHEMAWA, Oct. 10. The
thalrman of committees to spon
sor the Chemawe grange fair met
this week at the home of H. W.
Bowden to make arrangements tor
the. event, to be held Saturday,
October 14, This fair is being held
as the regular booster program,
... but the grangers ask all nearby
communities Jo Join to to exhibit
of home .grown- produce, canoed
fruit- handcrafts, baking and
dairy products, A cafeteria supper
vill be served by the Home Ec
onomics dub, from 5:3 until 7
p. m. .., -.
Exhibits should . be . brought as
early In the day as possible in
order that the booths may be ar
ranged and exhibits Judged. In the
afternoon the ribbon will be iA
place, and in the exening a good
program, has-, been provided, wit!)
speaker. After the program the
donated exhibits Will be anctinned
after which all may Join in an old
. fashioned dance. vv ?-;-
. The following committees hare
, been appointed by Master Lester
Brans: Textiles and art; Mrs. HoU
denr baking. Mrs.' Hansen; pets,
Mrs. Savage: canned fruit and
' vegetables, Mrs. Oldenburg; flow
ers, Mrs. Claggett; vegetables,
Mr. Girod; dairy; products,. Mr,
v Savage; fruit,' Mr. Bowden; con
cessions, Mr. Claggett; entertain
. roent, Mrs. , Kleihege:' Judging,
Master Evans; ; : publicity, Mrs;
The regular grange meeting
scheduled for, Thursday night of
this week' has been postponed. '
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For Booster Night
- RICKREALL. Oct. 10. A
,j large, gronp, of . members of the
-p-. local, grange here and a few guests
visited the Brush College booster
meeting Friday night, where a
potlack dinner was served, after
which an open meeting was held
with, a splendid program with
Glen Adams as chairman.
Those going from here were Mr.
- end Mrs. W. Wi Rowell, Mr. and
Mrs. O. W. Kellogg, Mr. and Mrs.
- H. A. Dempsey, Mr. and Bfrs. Ora
' Lauts and Frances; and Florence,
: Mrs Mary Adams, Mrs. Mary
Barch, Mrs. Forest Pence and
. Betty; Mrs. Arthur Beaver, Miss
Elizabeth Rowell. Miss La Verne
Kellogg, Claude La r kin. Mr. Lar
kin .Is master of the Rickreall
Cabbage Heads Join
In Picketing on AAA
DAYTON. Oct. -10. An early
Jersey Wakefield cabbage planted
July S In the home garden of
Adeibert Smith on his Willamette
river bottom farm has five perfectly-
developed heads weighing
approximately one pound each. It
grew in a patch of 1000 normal
FLOYD MILLER VISITS
RICKEY, Oct. 10. Mr. and
Mrs. M. W. Miller have as their
uest for a month their son Floyd,
member of the United States air
scouting marines, who has been
stationed at Honolulu.
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Though a native New Yorker President Roosevelt seems to be the Washington Senators' good-luck
patron. -He witnessed their first victory of the season and also their first win in the world series. Here
is the Chief Executive tossing out the bail to start the game in the capital in which the Senators beak
the Giants 4 to 0.
VARIETY FAIL JOBS
SHELBURN, Oct. 10. W. A.
Ewing-faas a crew of men employ
ed clearing a tract of land on his
4 .George C. Miller Is delivering
his date prunes to Thomas sta
tion, where he is having them
dried at the Struchnier drier.
Other prune growers in this sec
tion have finished harvesting
their crop. Loss was light.
J. I. Shelton has returned from
Dun3muir, Cal., where he was
looking over city property with a
view of exchanging his farm near
here for city property at that
Shelburn friends at Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Arnold are invited to
attend their golden wedding cele
bration on October 11, from 2 to
5 p. m.
F. G. Perry has moved to the
farm recentlv occuDied bv th J.
A. Gardner family. The Gardners
nave moved east of Salem.
Rally Day Observed
By. Evangelical Group
AIRLIB. Oct. 10. Sunday was
rally jlay at. the Lewisville Evan
gelical church and was well at
tended. An excellent program was
given in the morning with a bas
ket dinner at noon. In the after
noon Rev. Paul Petticord of Cor
vallis gave the sermon. Rev.
Stockard and family of Dallas and
his sister. Miss Stockard, a mis
sionary home on furlough from
Guatemala, also assisted.
PRTXE HARVEST ENDING
LIBERTY, Oct. 10. Prune
picking will be entirely over here
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by the middle of the week, and
driers soon after, depending on
how much outside fruit is brought
here for drying. Several truck
loads were brought to Lane's
drier from the Roseburg vicinity,
where driers were unable to han
dle the bumper crop of fine
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BROOKS, Oct, 10. The Junior
and senior average attendance was
won by the Brooks Sunday school
group at the Sunday school con
vention held recently at the
Pratum Mennonlte church. Salem
Japanese won the average attend
ance banner and Labish Center
the growth banner.
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. THRQUtH AND
LIBERTY, Oct, 10. The
grange booster night will be held
along with the harvest festival,
Saturday, October 14. This will be
the first fair held here In years
by any organisation and promises
an. Interesting display. -
Not only . will exhibits cover
fruit, nuts and vegetable lines,
but fancy work, handicraft and
canned goods will be shown.
There will be a bazaar and con
cessions in regular fair style,
A variety will be offered in the
evening's program, which will In
clude as guest speaker, Wlllam
Ellis Whose topic-ynil be "NBA
and It Relation to Agriculture.
The Rebekah orchestra of Salem
Is scheduled to play; Jerry Sayler
of Portland will lead community
singing, and a variety of readings.
rmusie and stunts are listed. Every
one is invited. There is no charge.
Prune Harvest is
At an End; Farm
Activity Picks Up
PLEASANT VIEW, Oct 10. 4
Prune harvest Is ever and some
have disposed-of their crop at a
fair price, considering the condi
tion of the fruit, which was badly
damaged, owing to the heavy
Everybody Is taking; advantage
of the good weather. Farmers are
busy with their fall seeding. Some
are getting out wood and there Is
quite a lot of remodeling on budd
ings and fences. (
J. F. Neal and Alvro Neal of
Parkridge were callers here Thurs
day. They report that there are
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A kindly action in giving; an apple-to a tame bear resulted in death
rbryounr Grant Taylor (right) , of Brookaaven, L. L The bear hinged
for the apple offered by the lad. the chain holding it snapped and the
animal eaagfcft and numgied the boy. At left Fred Raymnr (with gun)
is Shown with the body of the bear after he had shot it. The owner of
the animal, Gardner Murdock, is held en a technical homicide charge.
many deer hunters out there, but
they are not, meeting with very
MARION FISHER. HURT
VICTOR POINT, Oct, 10.
Marion Fischer narrowly escaped
serious Injury Friday, when his
team hitched to a loaded wood
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wagon became suddenly fright
ened and ran away. Fischer was
thrown under the wagon and It
ran over him, badly bruising hia
back and shoulders, but luckily
breaking no bones. The team ran
about a quarter of a mile to the
barn without losing the load and
stonoed of their own accord at
lthe watering trough.
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RICKREALL, Oct. 10. The .
institute of Polk -county women's
federated clubs Saturday was a
decided success, and owing to av
beautiful day a good crowd was
present. Opening exercises lndud
ed: Invocation, Mrs. McCallum.
Salem, and the flag salute.
The program wasY fValue of
the Federated Club to the Conn ,
ty," Mrs. Elsie Stultx, Perrydale
Good - Will club; "New Ideal for
Club Work or Programs," Mrs
Prather, Buena Vista club; De-
pression - Education," Mrs. Zona..
Allen, Sweet Briar club; "Our.
State Library and How to Use It,"
Mrs. Helen Maekentosh. Salem;.
''Missionary Work in South Am 1
erica, Mn. Hugh McCallum, Sa-.
lem. ' ' :-f.
. At 1 o'clock round table discus
sion was presided ?over by Sadie
Orr Dunbar, national secretary;
musical number, Ballston Sew and
Social club; NRA address by Mrs. '
Hannah Martin, Salem.
Church School Heads
For Quarter Chosen
RICKREALL, Oct. 10. The
community Sunday school here
began work Sunday and officer
appointments were made for the
quarter: Superintendent, : Mrs.
Mary Adams; secretary, Robert
Brown; treasurer, Mrs. Jennie
Dempsey; oganlst; Miss Mildred
Baker; chorister. Miss Edith
Haieltine. A contest, to run until
November 12, was started. Cath
erine Lowry and Betty Pence are
By CUFF STERRETT
By WALT DISNEY
BE. GROWN-UP TO BE AN
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By JIMMY MURPHY
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