The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, December 16, 1933, Page 5, Image 5

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Christmas AH air
To be Tonight
. At Dane's
A Jolly dinner at ! the Elmer
Dane borne tonight' will compll
Bent members' of the ' Friday
bridge club and 4 their- husbands.
The affair Is given annually.
The table will be centered with
a miniature winter scene com-, JL
prisea oc m nuicu , wuw,
ergreen trees: and tiny animals.
Red tapers In eilver and crystal
holders will provide the only light
at dinner. A bright Christmas tree
and sprigs of holly and greenery
Will make the guest rooms reflect
the holiday spirit:
' The evening will be spent at
contract.". Mr. and Mrs. E. C. .Van
Slyke wUl be additional gnests. ...
Members bidden ere Mr. and
Mrs. L. W. Gleason, Mr. and Mrs.
E. A. Kurt. Mr. and Mrs. U. S.
Page, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Olson,
xt r. Mil Mrs. Da-rid Wright.. Mr.
and Mn. H O. White. Mr. and
Mrs. Mose Adams, Mr. and Mrs. C
A. Vibbert. Mr. and Mrs. Eric But
ler, Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Delano
and Mr. and Mrs.; Elmer' Daue.
Mrs. Butler, Mrs, Delano and Mrs.
Daue are the hostesses.
Alpha Phi Party to
Be Given Tonight
" G 1 of 1 n z childish faces and
i "ohs" and "ahs" of delight will
amply repay the effort put forth
with Aloha Phi Alpha sorority en
tertains a group of twelve small
children, six boys and six girls
(between the ages of six and twelve
years, at their annual Christmas
fcarty in the chapter houBO,
The evening will be spent in
!lay!ng games and later toys ana
favors will be dlstHDutea.
A Christmas dinner will be
given Tuesday night at the chap-
-at T ' w
ter nouse nonoriug Mrs. xv. u.
Reed, house mother, patronesses.
honorary and active members. 1
Honor guests Include Mrs. Reed,
Mrs. n bo reft Alden. Mrs. R. M.
Gatke, Mrs." W. V. Johnson, Mrs. I
a m C a t A.MdB'.K. I
v . a. neuman, r. uwtss
Pearce and Mrs. Anna Cross,
Oregon Shrine Invites
Guests Tonieht
em, Willamette shrine No. 2, will
eo to Portland today to attend
the banquet and ceremonial giv
en at 1:30 p. m. at the fraternal
temple. Oregon shrine, Iso. 1,
la the hast.
Those making the trip Include1
Mrs. Marie Flint McCall. high
priestess: Wayne Henry, watch
man of shepherds, and Mrs. Hen
ry: Mrs. Susan Varty, chaplain;
Mrs. Ellen Gebriel, noble profet-
ess: and Mrs. Lana Beechler, wor
thy matron of the Eastern Star.
The new tailored mode-adopts
almDiicitr In delightful way.
That's why this frock is such an
overwhelming success! Nothing
could be more youthful nor more
effective than the close - to - the -
throat collar, the interesting
sleeve liner with fullness achiev
ed through a slightly, lower arm
hole, and the center seam with
nannr sleat to animate the skirt.
The small sketch shows the collar
omitted. We'd recommend a sheer
wool, mossy crepe, faille" or ben
'saline and the frock., would be
Smartly correct for all occasions.
Pattern 1635 Is avaiable In
sizes 12, 14. If, 18 and 20. Size
16 takes 2 yards 54 Inch fabric
and yard 39 Inch contrasting.
Illustrated step-by-step sewing in
structions Included, v -
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News and Club
JeSSTR STFTUL Snd.eiu Editor n f. -f rr,-r'
Saturday, Deceirber 16
Executive board meeting, B. P. W. club at I p. m.,
Masonic temple. Regular dinner meeting 6:20 p. m.
AJLTJ.W. luncheon meeting, Masonic temple, 1 p. ffl,
Mrs. Richard Scholz, dean of women at Reed college,
Woman's Relief corps, 2 p. m., Millers hall.
Order of Rainbow, Initiation meeting-, Masonic tem
ple, 7 p. m. Chadwlck assembly, O. E. S., special guests.
In the Valley
Social Realm
West Salem In spite of the
inclement weather, there was a
good attendance at the silver tea
held at the home of Mrs. Eliza
beth Breckenrldge with Mrs. A.
L. Applewhite, Mrs. S. P. Wise,
Mrs. Edith Wurm, Mrs. Elmer
Riersou and Mies Daisy Hunt,
Loren Vosburgh gave a group
of harmonica solos; a playlet,
"The Night before Christmas,"
was presented by Mrs. Clarence
A. Guderian and Mrs. Apple
white; Miss Elverta Minton re
sponded with readings and a
stunt program was carried out in
which each one present gave an
impromptu number. During the
social hour Miss Mary Jeanette
Clark played two clarinet solos.
Mrs. Breckenrldge and Mrs.
Kimball Kent Clark poured at
the tea urns and the Misses Hel
en Gosser and Elverta Minton, in
aDDronri&te costumes, assisted in
the serving.
Molalla The marriage of
Dorothy Everhart and Charles
Holman, both well known young
people of Molalla, Tuesday morn-
ling In Oregon City came as a
I smrnrlaa to their friends here.
The ceremony was performed in
me Episcopal enure n wun oniy i
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the parents of the young people
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present. They left Immediately to
spend several days at the beach.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Holman
graduates of Molalla high
f school. Mr. Holman Is also a
graduate of Oregon btate college,
where he was a member of Siir-
ma Pni EpsUon. He attended the
University of Oregon medical
school in Portland for several
terms and plans to take up his
work there again at the begin
ning of the next term.
Mrs. Emma Tyson succeeded
herself as president of the Wood'
burn chapter of the Women's Re
lief corps when that organization
met Thursday afternoon. Other
officers are: Senior vice presi
dent. Miss Mary Hershberger;
Junior vice president, Mrs. James
Hanlon; treasurer, Mrs. Dorothy
Wohlheter; chaplain, Mrs. Alice
Guyer; conductor, Mrs. Ida Harp
er: euard. Mrs. Mary Bauraan.
At the next meeting, to be held
Thursday, January 11, the new
officers will be installed. It will
be an all-day session, a pot luck
being served at 12:30. Mrs. Ty
son will announce appointive of
ficers then.
Aurora Miss Roberta Crisell
and Willis Matthieu, both from
the Butteviile district, were mar
ried at Vancouver, Wash., Dec. 9
bv the Rev. Joseph Keating.
I. M. Matuueu and ansa vioia
Black of Portland were their only
attendants. Mrs. Matthieu who
had been honored by her friends
with a number of pre-nutial af
fairs, is the daughter of Mrs. Irs
residence in what is known as the
Dewey Smith place, where a large
number of neighbors and friends
gathered to welcome them Mon
day night.
Silverton Two Interesting
wedding anniversary observances
are being planned for January.
Outstanding of these will be the
7,0th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
Marcus L. Latham to be observed
at the home of their son, Hugh
B. Latham at Silverton on Janu
ary 13.
The other wedding anniversary
of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Steen, who
will observe their golden wedding
anniversary January 5. Their two
daughters, Mrs. Gordon McCall of
Portland and Mrs. Elmer Johnson
of Silverton are planning a re
ception for their parents.
Lake Labisb Matrons and
maids filled the beautiful home of
George M. Campbell Thursday aft
ernoon, December 14, in honor
of the- Royal Neighbors of Lake
Labish camp 4148. potnolders
were- sold. 110 netting 311
The beautiful Ferris wneei
aultt became the property of
Mrs. Harriett Miller.
A reading by Mrs. H. W. Mears,
a recitation by little Billy Per
kins, and several piano selections
h Mrs. Frank Matthes added to
the pleasure or the assemoiy. aiso
a mazasine-picture contest afford
ed much, amusement. This contest
was won by Mrs. E. Buell or Sa
Monmouth The Delphlans of
Monmouth and Independence en
joyed a luncheon Tuesday noon
at Monmouth hotel. Christmas
carols were sung, led by Mrs. J.
C. Collins with Mrs. R. D. Elliott
at Piano. The group adjourned
to the home of Mrs. E. M. Ebbert
w here a program and tree, with
exchange of gifts was enjoyed in
a leisurely social afternoon..
Aurora Kenneth Grim and
family are leafing the latter part
ot the week for Long lieacn, jai-
Ifornla, where Mrs. Grim is hop
ing, to recapture her former gooa
health.- Sunday Mr. and Mrs. An
tone Will of Newport and 8. J.
Grim who has been spending some
time at the beach, drove over to
visit with other members of the
family for the day. . -
Molalla Mrs. George Gre
gory was hostess at the monthly
meeting of the Past ' Matron's
club Tuesday afternoon. ..
Mrs. Harold Ridings entertain
ed a group of friends at her home
Wednesday afternoon. Bridge was
played, high, score going to Mrs.
F; M. Henrtksen.
Rickreall The , December
meeting of the Rickreall Ladies
Aid was held In Dallas at the
home of Mrs. J. O. Price, with a
1 o'clock pot luncheon, no host
dinner- served. Mrs. Clara Wait,
presided over the business meet
ing in the absence of Mrs. Demp-
sey, president, who Is 111. , Mrs,
Mary Burch was appointed chair
man of a Christmas cheer box and
donations were requested to be
brought to her home before De
cember 21.
The question of cooperating
with the community club of serv
ing a hot dish to the grade school
pupils at lunch time was laid on
the table.
The flower committee! was
named for 1934: Mrs. B. F Lu
cas, Mrs. E. A. Hamilton, j Mrs.
George Wait. The next meeting
program will be under the direc
tion of Mrs. J. O. Price, Mrs., W.
C. Hill, Mrs. Lloyd Springer.
Special guests were Mrs. ;SalHe
Farmer, Mrs. Emma Koser, Mrs.
Bend Ramsey.
Eldriedge An all day meeting
of the Eldriedge Catholic com
munity club was held Wednesday
at the home of Mrs. Joe Wargnler.
The time was snent in comnletinz
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ouilt which Is to be sold.
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Special guests were Mrs. Ernest
Luke and children, Mrs. Chester
Eaton and son. Members present
were: Mrs. John Kleczynski, Mrs.
Claude Heisler, Mrs. Peter Lelac,
Mrs. Charles Hannegan and
daughter, Misses Cecilia and Ag
nes Reubena; Mrs. F. S. Thomp
son, Mrs. Frank Saalfell, Mrs:
Carter Keene and daughter, Mrs.
Carl Posvar and son, Mrs. A. C.
Keene, Mrs. Joe Wargnier, Miss
Florence Wargnier and Miss Mar
garet Kleczynski.
Monmouth Mrs. F. R. Bower-
sox was hostess Thursday to the
Baptist Women's Mission circle.
Mrs. O. P. Calef directed the les
son: Childhood of Christ. The
holiday season was charmingly re
flected in decorations and tea-
hour appointments. Members and
guests Included: Mrs. J. R. AI
exander, Mrs. Calef, Mrs. Agnes
Lofting, Mrs. Shirley Hunter, Mrs.
F. C. Stannard, Mrs. W. I Smith,
Mrs. John Scott, Mrs. Duncan,
Mrs. Severson, Mrs. A. B. Morlan,
Mrs. Eillle Johnson, Mrs. M. J.
Kitchen and Mrs. Bewersox.
Monmouth Monmouth post o f
the American legion, their auxil
iary and families enjoyed the an
nual Christmas party sponsored
by this organization in the Legion
hall Thursday night. Dinner,. a
tree, exchange of gifts and a mer
ry program occupied the evening.
Post Commander L. E. Forbes
acted as master of ceremonies.
Starton The Women's club
gave another of their benefit
wVtMeadare. C.Xcmp:
J. F. Potter, G. "F. Korlnek and
Miss Audrey Davis as hostesses.
Mrs. Ernest Busch - and Law
rence Smith had high score at
cards. The club plans to give one
party each month for a while.
Hazel Green The Sarah Oliver
union of the W. C. T. U. will
meet Tuesday afternoon with Mrs
E. Hornschuch. starting at
2 o'clock.
Nosegay is Favoriate Scrap Quilt
The old fashioned nosegay IS
one of those patterns that needs
I no explanation. Its quaint charm
its colorf ulness - would make
It outstanding in any collection ot
quilts. The -very fact that It Is
made of scraps of material en
hances Its beauty, for was not the
old-time nosegay that Inspired It
formed of all of the varieties of
flowers that the old - fashioned
garden boasted of? It can be made
with the same scraps repeated In
each block as Illustrated, or with
each block made of different
Affairs I
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Bride - Elect Feted
At Line Party,
Misa Frances Held, bride-elect
whose marriage to Jack Dutro will
be an event of Christmas day, was
the honor guest at a line party
given by Misa Doria Quamme
Thursday night.
The group repaired to the
Quamme residence afterwards for
a late rapper. Misa Reld was also
the recipient of a trousseau show
er. A large cake centered the re
freshment table and seasonal" -decorations
Bidden were the honor guest.
Miss Reld, Miss Connie Krebs,
Miss Beulah Campbell, Miss Geor
gia Nash. Miss Alta Johnson, Miss
Madge Reld, Miss Maudie Mash,
Miss Dorothy Krebs and the host
ess. Miss Quamme,
Mrs. McCall Hostess
To Officers
A charmingly appointed dinner
Wednesday night was given by
Mrs. Marie Flint McCall in honor
of officers of the White Shrine of
The table had a unique star
shaped centerpiece of red and
gold with red tapers at each star-
tip. Following dinner the group
repared to the Masonic temple to
practice for the ceremonial to be
riven December 18
Covers at dinner were laid for
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Henry, Mr,
and Mrs. Julius Aln of Silverton,
Mr. and Mrs. TJ. S. Crbwder, Mr,
and Mrs. M. D. Ohling, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Ratcliff, Dr. C. W.
Kantner. William Nelmeyer,
Amos Yass, Arthur Edwards, Mrs
Carrie Chase, George Baker and
hostess, Mrs. McCall.
Mrs. 11 Page Honored
With Party
Mrs. Lucius Kimball Page who
has been a house guest at the
has been a nouse guest at tne
home of Mrs. Paul Hauser for the
past week was entertained by her
hostess Thursday night.
Beautiful bouquets of Caroline
Testout roses were about the
rooms. The evening was spent at
cards with high honors going to
Mrs. Marie Flint McCall, Mrs. J.
A. Bernard!, and Mrs. Mary John
son. Mrs. , Charles S. Pratt assisted
the hostess at the refreshment
Bidden to greet Mrs. Page were
Mrs. C. P. Bishop, Mrs. J. A. Ber-'
nardi, Mrs. Ida Godfrey, Mrs. W.
J. Hagedorn, Mrs. Mary Johnson,
Mrs. Josie LaPore. Mrs. Marie
Flint McCall, Mrs. Ida Niles. Mrs.
Charles S. Pratt, Mrs. I. W. Seits,
Mrs. David Wright and hostess.
Mrs. Paul Hauser.
Pi Phi Alumnae Group
Has Party
The Salem Pi Beta Phi alum -
nae- association was entertained he wared his hand into the whlrl
with a Christmas party Thurs- J lne nropellor of an airplane he
dar night in the Don Pritchett
home. Hostesses-were Mrs. Pritch
ett, Mrs. Wolcott Buren and Mrs.
Edwin Keech.
Honors at bridge went to Mrs.
Frank Deckebach. Jr. Holly and
mistletoe were -used about' the
rooms and a late supper was
Those present were Mrs. James
R. Humphrey, Mrs. P. D. Qnlsen
berry, Mrs. Yern Miller, Mrs. Ray-
mend Bonesteele. Mrs. Frank
Deckebach, Jr., Mrs. Walter Fuh
rer, Miss Lilian Davis, Mrs. Ed
Ward Sox, Miss Ethel Frailer,
Mrs. Carl Ramseyer, Miss Rhea
Nelson and hostesses. Mrs. Don
Pritchett, Mrs. Wolcott Buren and
Mrs. Edwin Keech.
Alumnae of Alpha Phi Alpha
will meet Tuesday night at the
home of Miss Dorothy Eastrldge
at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. A. N. Morres, who for sev
erer weeks has been visiting her
daughter at. Gearhart, has re
turned to her home In Salem.
scraps like so
many- different
Pattern 481 cornea to you with
complete, almple las tractions for
cutting, sewing and finishing, to
gether with yardage chart, dia
gram of quilt to help arrange, the
blocks for single and double bed
slse. and a diagram of block
which serves n a guide for plac
ing the patches and suggests con
trasting materials.
Send 10 cents for this pattern
The Oregon Statesman; Needle-
craft Dept., 215 South Commercial
street, Salem.
Overture Interesting
Number "
An outstanding number to lie
played by Miss Winifred Byrd
next Tuesday la her concert with,
the Portland Symphony orches
tra la the overture to Der Freia-
chutx by Weber.
The opera was first produced m
the Schausplelhaus, Berlin, in
1811. under the direction of the
composer. It marked an. epoch In
the history of operatic art as it
was the first great opera that was
German through and through.'
The overture begins very slowly
and gains momentum as It pro
gresses, becoming Tory brilliant.
The sinister music rises to a cli
max followed by themes associa
ted with characters in the opera.
The complete program for next
Tuesday's performance at - the
Capitol theatre, 8:30 p. m., is as
Overture to "Der Freischuts" Webp
Air -for Strings Bach
Tone Poem. "Ftnl&ndla
concerto in B Flat Major
(For piano and orchestra)
Winifred Byrd
Piano aoloa
Prelude , twkh y
Two Preludes - Chopli
Concert Study JlacDowell
Winifred Byrd
Orchestral Suite No. 4 , Ma urn net
Picturesque Scenes
March j
Air a .oauei
Fete Bohems -
Rebekahs Plan Meet
The Rebekahs will meet for
their regular business session at
7:30 Monday night In the Odd
Fellows halt After the business
meeting, the program will be in
charge of Josephine Erickson,
Anna Hunsaker and Ida Hochstet
Decorations and a Christmas
tree will be taken care of by Ivia-
deen Hubbard, Mary Gosser, Ella
Smith, Blanche Saunders, Daisy
Hayden, Clara Roberts and Ger
trude KIrkpatrick.
James Smith, Jr., and Alvle
Burns will put up the Christmas
tree In readiness for Monday
All Rebekahs are Invited to at
Sigma Nu Delohians
yH KJI .
Will Meet
The Sigma Nu Delphlans will
meet at the public library Mon
day afternoon at 2 o'clock. "Re
ligious and Political Development
of the Renaissance" will be the
Speakers will Include Mrs,
Hugh Latham, Mrs. David Wright
Mrs. Lewis Griffith, Mrs. Floyd
White, Mrs. H. O. White, Mrs
Oscar Cutler, Mrs. Frederick
Deckebach, Mrs. Charles McElhin-
ney and Mrs. G. S. Paxson.
Willamette shrine No. 2, White
Shrine of Jerusalem, will meet
Monday night at the Masonic tem
ple for a Christmas ceremonial at
8 p. m.
Fingers Mangled,
He'll Still Fly
The loss of two middle fingers
on his right hand severed just
1 below the first joint Sunday when
had been learning to fly, did not
dampen the ardor for aviation of
Ralph Stearns, Willamette uni
versity student. Stearns, study
ing with a local aviator, plans to
resume lessons as soon as his
hand Is healed.
Special Purchase
Made of Extra
Fine Quality
Here's a sale! It's a special sale,
as in the fashions youTl like. Your
choice of either slipover or coat
style in "colorful fancies that rep
resent the season's smartest
Here's your opportunity to stock
up with GOOD QUALITY pjajam
as at a very low price. Men's sec
tion, main floor.
Wool Flannel Men's Leather Sale of Men's Men's Fancy
Bath Robes Travel Kits Genuine Pigskin Hose
wi).vs? G2.95 OE.yO
I Subtle shades ' of grey, I
Specially priced for to- . The real pig at low tan, brown, etc Some
day. Only medium and Complete with all neces- price. A very soft, smart with el o x, pthers in
small sizes. sary toilet articles. glove. mixed, shades.
to i
it IS EM
The chamber of commerce has
nst released the following list of
newcomers to the city of Salem:
Earl Ham. Z54 soatn zom;
Mrs. Lydia Shaefer, 484 North
Church: Albert Saul, Route 3,
Box 155 A; Max D. Christensen,
1887 North Cottage: F. M. win
ters, 655 South zist; JO an w.
Anderson, 965 Market; Frank W.
Helde, 544 Ferry; M. T. u. Aro
well, 360 East Lincoln; R. J. Dib
ter, 1085 Sixth; B. F. Frohma
der, 3395 North Liberty; W. S.
01 In ger, 1595 Higniana; mrs.
Earl S. Reinwalk, 1240 Center;
Hollis Hamilton, 752 South 18th;
Mrs. R. G. Williams. 13Z East
Miller; Edmond. C m m e, 1544
Fourth; A. V. Canady, 791 South
Ed W. White, 2078 North Com
mercial; L. L. xewis, zio worcn
Fourteenth: Louis Morton, 1225
North 21st; Ray Phillips. 645
Court; Pete Harms, 1184 Third;
N. M. Farley.. Route 9, Box 2AA;
LeRoy Everson, 1240 Center; vr.
E. Buell, 1530 State; Harry Ba
ker. 1047 South Commercial;
Geo. P. OTfell. 563 Court; Frank
Penepacker. lOOO tforth Capitol;
Chester G. Parke, 1042 Saginaw.
Ralph Sahns. 11(5 South 16th;
Tom J. Hight, 1055 North 16th;
James W. Wilson, 1455 Ferry;
Mrs. Walter Conboy, 134 North
High;- James Cosgrove, 2030
Trade; Ralph E. Mollett, 1024
South 22nd; Edna R. Cable, 1232
North Liberty; W. J. McCormick,
1574 Mill; D. B. Klelneke, 872
Highland: Claude E. Bird, 1030
Wilbur; Tom Ridgway, 55 Gurth
Raymond W. Breshears, 467
Union; John Banick, 790 Cross;
P. Crowle U'Renn, Route 4, Box
1113C; Allen O. Jeffery. 140
North 23rd; Ed Duere, 696 North
Church; Marion L. Boetticher,
980 North Summer; T. Clio
Brown, 2346 Hazel; Oscar L. Kel-
ley, 253 Chemeketa; Hugh G,
Kelley, 1218 Franklin; E. New
ton DePrez, 990 North 16th; Geo
Wr James, 450 Locust; Laurens
O. Davis, 2095 South Church; Al
mon B. Searle, 935 Madison.
OAK POINT, Dec. 15. A fine
program of plays, a violin solo
by Miss Lee, a practice teacher
from the Oregon Normal; two
pieces by the children band of
the Oak Point school, and a
erouu of son depicting the
Christmas story, was presented
by the pupils of the school as
the program for the Oak Point
P. T. A. at the last meeting for
the year Thursday night.
A well decorated Christmas
tree yielded presents for all the
pupils and teachers, while 200
treats of- candy, nuts and pop
corn were given to the appre
ciative audience. School closed
Frldav for the holidays. Miss
Pearl Evre. critic teacher and
Miss Mildred Leiehton, assistant,
will spend their vacation at their
homes in Salem.
Kenneth Black, a sophomore
at O. S. C. majoring in electrical
engineering, came home Thurs
day to spend his vacation with
bt Barents. Mr. and Mrs. M. R.
Black and family.
pajamas m
Scio Seeks
Flak Plant
On Santiam
SCIO. Dec! 15 Dr. A. G
Prill of Scio heads the commit
tee named at a meeting of busi
ness men Thursday night at V.
F. W. hall, with Instructions to
look into the matter of a flax
plant for the Forks of the San
tlam rivers. . Other members of
the committee are P. D. Dens-
more, Sr., and Frank Bartu.
The flax movement In the Wil
lamette valley has been given
Important stimulus within the
last few weeks through federal
financial 'encouragement. Sev
eral million dollars have been
made available for 'he Industry
through, allocation by congress
under the recovery plans of Pres
ident Roosevelt.
It is with a view of securing
financial aid that proposals for
a number of plants in the val
ley have assumed tangible pro
portions. Several towns and cit
ies in the valley are working
along this line, in . the hope, that
a revival of the flax industry
may be brought about, .
R. V. Carleson presided a t
the meeting and exhibited a soil
map of this locality that indi
cated several thousand acres of
desirable flax land that could be
made available. W. A. Gllkey,
pioneer farmer, near Scio, ex
plained that he had been I n
touch with Mr. Lipman, form
erly of the Lipman & Wolfe
store in Portland, who is looking
after the matter in Oregon. Mr.
Gilkey has been growing flax for
fire years and Is enthusiastic
over the movement for a plant
in this locality.
Me. Carleor has interviewed
officials of the state colleze at
Corrallis and secured valuable
information in th3 matter. Pro
gress of the Scio business men's
committee is being watched with
ntense interest by those who
nave, become affiliated in the
WOODBTJRN, Dec. 15 At the
American Legion post's meeting
held Wednesday night In the
Woodburn armory Harold M.
Austin was named as a commit
tee of one to Interview, other or
ganizations in this, city In order
to ascertain whether a commun
ity band can be started here. This
action by the American Legion Is
lhe first official recognition of a
movement for a woodburn band.
Fourteen members of the Am
erican Legion post and 1 5 new
members of the Auxiliary were
formally inducted into the organ
ization. Mose Faimiteer or ta
lem assisted in the initiatory cer
emenies. Palmiteer also present
ed a past commander's pin to
Howard F. Butterfleld, retiring
head of the local post.
To assist Santa Clans In get
ting candy for Saturday of next
week, when that well-known gen
tleman will give away sacks of
candy to all boys and girls in this
section, the Legion post set aside
a renerous amount of money. The
chamber of commerce and auxili
ary have already contributed
amounts of money.
FoUor-ing the business meet
ing there war a dinner.
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PORTLAND, Ore, Dec. 15.
The organization of state plan
ning boards to work together as a .
regional planning board for all .
public works projects : in Oregon.
Washington,3 Montana and Idaho '
Is the task Immediately confront
ing Marshall N. Dana, regional
adviser for the PWA. he said hero ,y
today upon his return from Wash
ington and Chicago. Dana said the
state planning boards are to oe
appointed by the governors of the
states. Each, board will consist of
four members, j . -
The regional board would plan
expenditure of money on both
federal - and i non-federal projects
In the region, which IS to be di
vided roughly into three districts,
based on themaJor drainage sys
tems of: each. There will be the
Columbia valley district, the Pu-
get Sound district and the eastern
Montana district, based on the
upper Missouri river drainage sys
tem. "This planning board," Dana
said, ''will look to the Immediate
and future proper usage of PWA
projects of all kinds, with the
prime purpose of developing a
plan whereby the regions will co
ordinate this work so as to obtain
the best possible advantages for
their future growth.
End of the year applications
for registration of Boy Scout
troops for 1934 are now coming
into the office of F. Howard Zin
ser, district commissioner for
Cascade area council, he reported
yesterday. First troops sending in
applications are Turner No. 17
and Deaf School No. 14. The area
now has 23 troops, six less than
last year. "
A charter has just been receiv
ed by a new troop at Keizer to
be known as No. 17, replacing
the troop recently dropped at
Chemawa. Bruce Wilson is scout
master and troop committeemen
are H. F. Hansen, M. L. Smith,
Ben Claggett. Charles Weathers
and Martin Miller.
Zinser Is now at the scout of
fice between 4 and 5 p. m. daily
and generally all day Thursdays.
Check Petitions
For Referendum
The county clerk's office yes
terday was completing its check
of a number of petitions signed in
this county, with the view of sub
mitting Section 429 of the Oregon
law the bus and truck code to
the voters at the next election.
Signers of the bill urge the re
peal of the entire section. In or
der to get the measure on the
ballot, the required number of pe
titions must be In the. hands of
the secretary of state late next
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