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The OflEGON STATESS1AN, Satenw Oregon, Friday Morning, Norenter 10133
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! pieed m club
Bo Yi'pe Out Debts; Children
To Write Essays for
STATTON, Not. . In an
effort to- wipe oat the debt on
"-sheir clubhouse the , Woman'
community dab la .firing an Ore
gon products dinner Wednesday
night, November 15, at the For
ester hall. Everyone 1b Staytoe is
asked to attend. "Besides the debt
on the building, the elnb most
have money at Once to take care
ef fire insurance.
The general chairman for the
affair is Mrs. W. D. Roberts. Other
chairmen- are: ; Advertising, Mrs.
H. As Beaucbamp; preparing food,
Ira. afattie Brnee; arranging, of
table and-diateg room decorations,
Mra. C A. BeMchams: program.
Mrs.: O. F. Kortaek; sale or
ttekets, Mrs. E. Bosch, and serr-fog-
toed, Mrs. H. -Champ. Miss
Msgness and a group of her do-
Paints and Varnishes
Large or Small
Bliy FURNITURE NOW
Wholesale prices on home furnishings have gone up
from 20 to 50 during the past two months. An
ticipating this rise, we did our buying during July
and August, before the raise, so that practically our
entire stock is now priced far below the present mar-
ket value. This in addition to our policy of low prices
because we sell for cash, means a genuine saving
Bay Now Before Yoa
81 in. Mohair Davenport
and Chair to' match. Re
versible cushions, hard
frame )..... I U
8-Piece Dining Set
In beautiful matched
walnut, 60 in. buffet,
40 in. x 6 ft. table, carv
er, and 5 $r?n.95
aide chairs ..... f 5
Table lamps, bridge
lamps, smoker lamps
with lighters, reflectors,
beautiful a s s o r tment,
$0.95 $-j -&
to J. A complete
Child's Rockers, hardwood, 14 in. seats $-f .29
assorted finishes, while they last X
FIDLER'S FURNITURE STORE
255 N. Commercial St.
ers for famous
model White Ro
tary. Short time
only. Regular SIM
er for Maytag
sell and ser
vice all makes.
J! timii m mrsm rrm
mestie science girls will serve.
The soliciting committee Is Met
dames Shields, Kortaek, Boberts.
Van. Nays and John.
' Grade school children bars been
asked to write essays and make
posters, for -which prises will be
given, two tor the essays and ons
or the poster.
There will be 100 or more door
prises,, donated by Oregon manu
facturers, given, away. It is hop
ed to hare Dan C. Freeman of the
Oregon Manufacturers association.
here as speaker of the evening.
SCIO, Nor. 9. Following a
day of apparent good health and
a late Afternoon walk in fhe sun
and fresh: air, Mrs. John Kouba
died suddenly on her return to
her home in Sooth Scio Sunday
evening from cerebral hemor
rhag, according to-diagnosis by a
local physic ".n. Funeral serv
ices were held at the Z. C. B. J.
hall in Scio at 2 o'clock Thurs
day afternoon, with interment in
Franklin Butte cemetery near
Mrs. Anna'Shlndler Kouba was
born in Czechoslovakia July 21,
1867. At the age of 20 years
she came to the United States
and in 187 7 was married to John
Shindler, residing in Ohio, Kan
sas and Nebraska before coming
to Oregon In 1899. Nine of the
10 children born to that union
snrvive, as follows: Joe Shindler,
Toledo; .Frank Shindler, Scio;
Charles Shindler, Philippine is
lands; Mrs. Joe Bares, Ross.
N. D.; Mrs. Henry Stratton, Al
bany; Ms. Carl Peinert, Toledo,
O., Mrs. Lawrence Mitchell, Cov
ington, Ky.; Mrs. Jesse Hildreth,
Scio; Mrs. A. L. Ferrel, Los
Upon arriving in the Scio re
gion, Mr. Shindler bought the
Jack Bilyeu farm fire miles east
of Scio, where the family made
its home for 18 years, moving
to thi3 city in 1917. Mr. Shind
ler died in 1924. In 1925 Mrs.
Shindler was united in marriage
to John Kouba, who survives
her. She is also survived by 20
granchildren and 13 great-grand
Pioneer A dinner party was
give Tuesday in honor of Mrs,
A. V. McCarter at the home -of
Clyde Robbins. Guests were Mr.
and Mrs. A. V. McCarter. Mr. and
Mrs. K. E. Burke and Mrs. Burt
Curtess of Dallas, Mr. Rex Dallas
,' of Albany and Guy Curtiss of
Have to Pay More
Massive built Spanish
type bedroom set, in
solid Philippine Mahog
any, 5 drawer chiffonier,
bed and bench to match,
44 in. chest, 18 in. wide
and 25 in. high, beauti
ful design. $-f Q.75
Only .. LU
Apiece Breakfast Set,
Extension table and 4
chairs $1 0-75
ators Exclusive deal
ers, for Grn
now and Croa
tors. Wo sell
456 Slate St.
m i .m-nni
IIS. JDIL'J KQUBA
Neighbors of Woodcraft at Monmouth Elect;
Laurel Social Club Gathers
Silverton An attractive event
of the early Thanks rivlnar season
was tha pre-nuptlal shower Wed
nesday at which Miss Kathryn
Morrison and Mrs. A. L. V. Smith
were hostesses for. the pleasure of
Miss Beta Morrison, whoso wed
ding to Floyd Mulkey will be sol-
emnisea Movemoer is.
Daring the afternoon Mrs. Ed
son Comstock and Mr. VI IB. ftrl
vaster gave vocal duets with Mrs.
F. M. Powell at the niano.
The guest list incladed Miss
Beth Morrison, Mrs. Cemsiock,
Mrs. Sylvester, Mrs. Powell. Mrs.
Charles McEwen, Mrs. Clifford
McEwen, Miss Ruth Marsh, Miss
Janette Marsh. Mrs. Elsie Marsh,
Mrs. Frank Pfaft, Mrs. Fred Mc
Ewen, Mrs. E. R. Adams, Mrs. C
J. HaH, Mrs. John Gehrke, Mrs.
h. j. iverson, Mrs. A. E. Blacker
by. Mrs. Attle Lee. Mrs. C V. Wol
som. Mrs. B. G. Gaffer. Mra. J. H.
McCullongh, Mrs. Ella Whltlock,
Mrs. ieater wnttiocic, Mrs. will
Graham. Mrs. Abble Ferrins. Mrs.
Robert Beer. Mrs. L. A. MnrrtiAn.
Mrs. Ted Kincannon, Mrs. Albert
Grlnde, Mrs. S. J. Comstock, Mrs.
Bert Day, Mrs. A. F. Moore, Miss
Grace Folsom, Mrs. Merle Bye,
Mrs. K. g. Morrison all of Silver
ton ; Mrs. Agnes Doss. Miss Mona
Doss, and Mrs. O. J. Mnlkey of
Woodburn: Mra. Karl Bnw. Mr
O. T. Wilbur, and Mrs. Harry
Richards all of Marquam.
Mt. Angel A lnmiii and
friends of ML Angel normal met
ror a eala dance and ca.nl mrtT
in the auditorium. Tueadav nirht
as the guests of the normal and
collegiate students. Many out of
uwa guests attended. The affair
was strictly invitational and was
under the supervision of the rec
tor and registrar of Mt. An?!
normal, Rev. Alcuin Heibel and
Rev. Vincent Koppert.
Dolores A mam and Fin
Ferschweiler were in charm nt h.
cards, played in the ant mnm
The high score prize was won by
airs, i-'ersctiweiler of Gervais and
the draw priie went to George
jnay or jju. Angel.
Woodburn. A meeting nf .
terest was held Wednesday after
noon at the home of Mrs. E. J.
Allen when she was hostess to
members of the TjkHm' am .
ciety of the Woodburn Presbyter
ian cnurcn and their friends. The
program, arranged by Mrs. S. W.
Maupin, included a rendine hv
Mrs. Rex Bcntley, vocal solos by
Peter Larson, piano selections by
Miss Vera Jean Hnbpr. ana a
cal solo by Mrs. Howard Miller.
Mrs. Allen was assisted by Mrs.
H. ButterUeld, Mrs. Paul Mills,
Mrs. Burton Dunn and Mrs Hn.
Sublimity Wednesdav nrnmin.
at 9 o'clock at the St. Boniface
cnurcn with Rev. Father She?;
brin- officiating, occurred the
marriage of Miss Grace Knapke,
daughter of Mrs. Jessie Boedig
helmer and NIckolas Klein, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Klein of Shaw.
The bride was dressed in pink
s-.tin in princess line, with long
veil and bouquet of chrysanthe
mum and the bridesmaid. Miss
Dorothy Halfman, was dressed in
bine crepe with Dink tocnunriot
John Steckline of Mt. Angel wasi
Lincoln. Mr and -Mrs. J. D.
Walling entertained with a fami
ly dinner at their homo at Lin
coln Sunday in honor of their
daughter, Mra. Eva Purvine ot
Amity, who is leaving en route
for Cristobal, Panama, November
24, to visit her daughter, Mrs. J.
H. Gallagher (Marjorie Walling)
who was a bride of this fait
Sugar Cured Fresh Rendered Pure Pork
DSaooaG Pure Lard SAUSAGE
Choice Cuts , Tender Youn Tender
Beef Roast Pork Roast Beef to Boil
pound pound Q2( , pound J(g
. Vegetabl. Sirloin, T-Bon or Bound tean
Shortening SGoafe Legof Pork
atonmoath. - Sunbeam circle.
Neighbors of Woodcraft; elected
these officers at the Tuesday
night meeting: P. N. G-, Agnes
Hoag; o. Nellie Deming; ad
visor. Mary Baaxrow; . banker,
iTf Hamer; managers, Alice
Tester, Ids Scott and Sadie Wall
er;; magician. Fay Mardock; at
tendant, Minnie Price; I. 8.,
Donna SMer; O. g., Winifred Eb
bert; captain of the guard, Ber
nice Cody; flag bearer, Madine
According to a new ruling from
headquarters, clerks of the circle
will in future be appointed- by
the grand rnardlan. but
xnendations from respective clr-
ciee may do made In regard to
their preference for a clerk. Mon
month circle will recommend
Nora, Mason whe has served in
thia capacity for abont 14 years
here. Reeonmeadatlons also were
made that Agnes Hoag be ap
pointed installing officer, and Dr.
V. R. Bowersox, local circle phy
Bernard was a gracious hoctess
loesaay afternoon at her home
at Brush College for fellow
members ot the Laurel Social
Hour dob. Mrs. b. B. Flack, pre
siding, appointed as a standing
vuuiuiirea xor local mmr n,v
Mrs. Glenn L. Adams, Mrs. Ray
mond Compton and Mrs. H. A.
Mrs. Karl P. Mahl- a v...
of the study hour programs, out-
unea nor plans for the year. The
different counties of Oregon were
appointed to the mtmiwn wh
will give a brief historical synop-
ui or eacn at the next meeting.
Special gueets were Mrs. Nellie
ampoeii or Victoria, B. C. Miss
Myrtle Olson of Bend. fa
ther Oliver and Mrs. F. M. Rock.
Lablsh Center. A "hobo eon.
ventlon" is planned as the social
entertainment for the Endeavors
on Friday night at the schoolhouse
nasement. Prizes will be awarded
for the best hobo costumes.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Harris fin.
tine Dreseher) were given an old
fashioned greeting 'Tuesday night
by a large group of their friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris, who were
married October 16, recently re
turned from a honeymoon trip
which took them to Colorado.
Kelzer Mrs. M. M. Miller en
tertained the R. N. A. sewinsr Huh
at her home in North Kelzer at
an all day meeting. Special guests
were Mra. W. E. Buell, and child
ren Sairley and Richard, Mrs.
Glenn Brandon and Mm. Alhert
Minturn. The next meeting will
be with Mrs. Mumper, all-day No
Hazel Green. Mrs. W. W Ru
therford was hostess to the
Sewing club Wednesday after
noon. Mrs. Richard Luve will be
hostess November 22.
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Keep Your SOAP
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
MBj)Eiii m Med
Unexcelled For Laundry or Kitchen
West Coast Mfg. Co., 541 Market St., Salem, Ore.
Q DfJ A TTD
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178 South Commercial Street
Sold Here at Special Low Prices
We Close at 8 pan. Sat. Night
Helen Myers Top l$
AH Scio Students
In Grades to Date
- aWMawB .
SCIO, Not. t. r Report cards
for the. first six weeks were issued
in the high, school Wednesday.
Those- who earned honor cards
are: High school, Helen Myers;
seniors, Maxins Arnold ; juniors,
Helen Myers; sophomors, Arlene
Darby, and freshmen, Thelma
Plans for the high school ear-
nival to be held Friday night, No
vember 17,' are fast being complet
ed. The program committee head
ed by Maxins Arnold; is planning
and hour's program of skits, song,
farces and dances. The booth
committee la planning booths for
candy, popcorn, hamburgers,
dance, fish pond.
The proceeds of the carnival go
to finance the- student body ac
tivities Noble Talks About
To Monmouth Lions
MONMOUTH, Nov. . Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Noble from
near Salem, who have recently
returned from a world tour, were
guests of Monmouth's Lions club
at luncheon yesterday. Mr. Noble
spoke interestingly on the Chin
Max Parker, It, son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. W. Parker is re
ported ill from scarlet fever. He
is a fourth grade boy.
Goliath Club Meets at
The Goliath club was delight
f ulUy entertained at the apart
ment home of Mrs. Wayne Pettit
at the Court Thursday. The after
noon was occupied with sewing
for charity and at a late hour tea
was served to members and sev
eral additional guests.
Present were Mrs. Stephen
Mergler, Mrs. Nona White, Mrs.
Eugene Flesher, Mrs. R. I. Bo
gard. Miss Rovena Eyre, Miss
Jessie Steele and hostess, Mrs.
The first Bonhomor na rtw
this year wiU be held tontrht in
the Salem high school anditArinm
at 7: SO o'clock. Sophomore mo-
iners are hostesses and students
and teachers are guests. There
are 4t8 first year students en
rolled this year.
Talbot Mrs. D. E. Blinston n.
tertalned the Talbot Women'a
at her home Wednesday after
noon. Mrs. William Freeman f
Cathlamet, Washington, was a
Hayesville. Mra. n.
tertained few friends and rela
tives at an old-fashioned "anut-
Dr. J. Vinton Scott
Office Phone Home Phone'
304-5 1st National Bank Bldg.
Dollars in SALEM!
W Dial 868S
FAIRFD2LD, Nor. t. Election
of officers and balloting for can
didates will be the main- business
at the regular meeting' Friday
night, November 10, of Fairfield
grange. The serving committee in
cludes Mr. and Mrs. Ally a Nusom,
Mrs. William McGilchrUt, Glenna
Carter, John, and Freeman Mar
thaler and Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Nu
som. Electric Service - .
To Be Extended to
5 Mehama Families
MEHAMA, Not. I. Negotia
tions have been completed for an
electric line to be extended from
town ap the Fern Ridge road
as far as Wilson place, which is
about a quarter of a mile from
The line Is being put In by
the fire families which it will
take in: Louie Litse, Giles Wag
ner, Mrs. Charles Boche, Mrs.
isune wiison and: Maurice Cat
kren, who will build very. soon.
Dr. Rath M. Daujhcrty
SOl-2-a First Rational Bank
KV V Glasses Fitted
Correctness and style
are combined in all
frames and lenses.
At a price you can afford
U2SSS83 hraSLf W I4- DSSucD hsie
rUKETIST A5P1RIK SrtCtUCOtDTAaUrs R1KEKDYMOWS UkeREJLLANA RlErVrHO
6. FRESH COLDS 7. STUFFED RpSTslU 8. SORE THROAT 9. DEEP COUGHS 10. ASTHMA
inhale use REXAIX Nasal Carrie with Mi SI tkZ -ocvl,
VAPiiRE IspnotwtthEphedrinel Anp SoluUo, CHEKOSOTE ASTrlccjfea
wMKn.BEu niun UUALIIT at fsiONEY-SAVING PRICES
this is MA7BQu3MEXAfl.LWEECt:
NEW LOW PRICES
60c Jad Salts
75c Vick's 4
$1.50 Lydia QAA
Pinkham's Tablets OtvC
Milk of filagnesia
1 lb. Castile
JSi M M a a
oe cwraiDb s
Some of These Prices Good Tltroagh Bfonday Only -
Scio Enumeration ' !
For School RoR h
6 Over Lait Year
SCIO, Not. t. The' school
ceasus of the , Scio district, No.
15, recently completed by X. F.
Wesely, clerk, shows .IS boys and
15 girls between, the ages of 4
and 20. This Is six more than
last year's enumeration, Wesley
Officers for the ensuing term
la the Scio Rebekah, lodge were
nominated' recently as follows:
N. G., Alta PhilUps; V. Maud
You Buy More Than
Feeds ot t2C Lpvcst Prfceo
When You Buy at the Standard'
Make your hens lay while
egg prices are good. USE
LIGHTS hens, 14-hour
day; pullets, 12-hour day.
When yoa step tip egg
production it is important
to watch the chickens'
body weight so as to pre
vent false moulting. We'll
be glad to help yoa with
A! RFRQ IttU
Paks, 100 lbs. $2.05 Mash, 100 lbs. $2.00
Progressive Scratch, 100 lbs. $1.55
Progressive Egg Mash. 100 lbs. $1.75
"-4SS member 4iBd
V N. R. A. Vg
115 S. COMMERCIAL ST.
k!ie ti:ss9 SHOCTT CUTS
TO HEALTH ttis
WINTER . . . .
Avoid toe stubborn head colds, coufh, eore taroats that
take their toll in tune and money. Here you srm find
every relief for these conditions . . . each guaraoteed by
the wcdd'i larjcst prodacers of drug store merchaodise.
that ara iMmi
talkW afeoHt mrm
cars. Iscssnstsly each can does sot deaaad tact
ya be extravsgsat Far ssaart mm have -as
eiaeeverei Jomtml . . . twes et wfll
!!r r,. T?der wbT roe ever aaid utxavaxaat
prices far toBat vooda. rw. m. b. n..z:
n Mil. . i. iTL ..
' i"J KM WW fCK. rwrilWIK
JOHTEEL TOILETRIES 25?0c
this packene of
wirn eacn ruDO LAVENDER .
mentholated SHAVING CREAM
Ths ranr blade you've dresmed of . . . a blade
mat gifes smoother shaves sad aaort shaves sc
blade. Irs ma Paraiesge sold eoly at Raall
DrugSaeres. Ws vast yes to try them vim tab
special affer. Give year (ace this teat today I
GUARANTEED! for CVaPQC
. , .
1 pt. Vacnam
12 oz. MarteTs
35e Burma Shave
1 lb. Laxseed
doc Unamberiain s
$1 Hind's Honey &
Ahnond Creaci .
Pills - '
MeBtgemery; recording secretary,
Eunice Bartm; financial secre
tary, M add RoadarmeU treasur
er, Leone Ray. KlecUon Is to
take place November 15, and In
stallation at the first- meeting
in January. Mrs. XJeone Ray is
the retiring noble "grade. '
SILVERTON, Not. t Funeral
services for Mrs. Ole Steea who
died at her home on Pine street
Tuesday night will be held from
Trinity church Friday afternoon
st 2 O'clock with the Rev. C. L.
Foss officiating. Interment will
be at Brans Valley cemetery.
KNOWING HOW Is as im
portant as correct feeding If
yesTre looking for high pro
duction. Albers Research
Service has discovered hun
dreds of aids to profitable
production, all ot them
available here If yon will
Rabbit Paks, CO AC
lOfr lbs. -.Va
Molas-O-Meal, f JA
10 lbs. ........ liv
Calf Manna Paks, f A
25 lbs. inU
laxativa tt4 u
ianl B hut a Oj taste ae
lea-aixarbeot, ae i
fatteaiag. Delicious flavor tool
Nose Drops .
EASY WAY w
rr aa taste i
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