The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, January 09, 1934, Page 8, Image 8

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WOODBURN, Jan. 8." Tne
past matrons of Erergreen-chapter,
O. . S., neld their regular
meeting In the Masonic temple
Wednesday night. ! Mrs. Mabel
Settlemelr presided ever the meet
taf and roll call was answered
wltn New Year's resolutions, j ?
, Mrs. 5XlllIan: Bitney, retiring
. worthy ' matron ot s , ETergreen
chapter Vui be the guest of honor
.at the 'annual dinner and Initia
tion which has been planned for
January a f. The following t com
salttees if ere appointed: Miss EUa
Lytle, 'Mrs. Martha Belling and
- Mrs. Maude i-Mochel to hate
charge of the ' arrangementa for
the initiation ; ceremony; Mrs,
Mabel 8ettlemelr, Mrs. Hiram
Orerton. s Mrs. Myrtle Gill, and
Mrs. Carolyn : ETenden to have
charge of the menu; Mrs. Louise
ghorey.i Mrs.- Edith McCord and
Mrs. Gertrude Beach In charge
; t the, dinning room. J - "
. Retresbments were served nfter
the meeting by Mrs. Martha Ren
ins, Miss Elfa'Lytle, Mlsa Gladys
dams and Mrs. Minnie Richards.
Past matrons present were Mrs.
Mabel Settlemelr, Mrs. Martha
Belling, Miss : Ella ; Lye. Mrs.
Ada Settlemelr. Mrs. Louise
8horey,' Mrs. Delia Orerton, Mrs.
Carrie. Young, Mrs.: Id Garrison,
Mrs. Eleanor Tickers, Mrs. Edith
McCord, Miss Gladys Adams, Mrs.
Maude Mochel, Mrs. Carolyn Ev
enden, Mrs. Gertrude Beach, Mrs.
Maude Scott, Mrs; Florence But
terfield, Mrs. Nellie Mnir.. Mrs.
MyrUe GUI and Mrs. Minnie
Richards. ;
PRINGLE. Jan. 8 The Prlngle 1 Spies, ; guitar, and Art Pardee,
community club met at the school I mandolin: X reading ?. by Howard
house Friday night. WV J. Bax-1 Garrison; duet, Merle and Law
ter ot the Beacon bulb farm gare rence Crane; instrumental duet
an interesting talk on the wort nT nien. Ssiea and Art Pardee:
of the Salem Garden club." Allm. one-act play, "Won by a Wager,"
the president oi me rringie com-
mnnitT club, gare. an Interesting l - cwj-cle. -Jn . Rwr1
report of the. County Federation, community club turned out roy-
of Community Clubs,
After the business meeting the
young people of the community
gaTe. a Tery interesting three-aet
comedy, "The Bashful Mr.
Bobbs." "r
Following were the characters
ally .for the chicken and noodle
supper served by Mrs.- J. C. Simp
son, Mrs. H. Wells and Mrs. Mary
Vincent. John S. Marshall , and
Mrs. ; Al Jtfeyers . sponsored the
program brought by Carl Ram-
seyer, president ot the Ad club
in the play; Ima Toney, Joe Sea- - Salem. R. J. Wright sang seT-
ler. Steffie Vlasic. Frank Gurgur- songs ana piano numoers to
Rntta Stanleton. Vivian Van I delight of everyone,
T.viiPirrnf Albert Gnrznrlch. Vio-1 Sheldon F. Sack el t addressed
let Van Lydegraf, Jack Allmr Ere- an appreciative audience" on the
lyn Coburn and Margaret Wilcox ttbjeet of the financial conditions
Much credit is due-the young of the country today. A skit .The
people for their untiring . efforts c1 Hoax; under the direction
to-furnish a real interesting en- o Mrs. ,W. F. Hughey was put
tertainment to the people ot their 5,T tne ronng people of .Hayes-
commnnlty. All characters were cmmnnlty club., Those tak-
well sustained and several show- H?r ctlve parts were Miss , Iris
ed real talenU u80: Ml8f Mc George. Alvin
The cast will give this same na "a Edwin; Hugh
play at the Salem Heights com-Iff Schaffer was appointed
inanity club Friday, January 12.
Music between the acts : was
furnished, by Don Pearcy, accor?
diou solo, and Orville Beardsley,
vocal solo.:
' The next m e e 1 1 n g of . the
Prlngle community club will be
January 19. -The committee for
this meeting will be: Mrs. E. G.
Clark, Mrs. Van Lydegraf, Mrs.
to serve on refreshments for next
month and Mrs. Knight 'on en-
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HAYESV1IXE. Jan! giiVnnn,;
ber of children belonging" to the
uayesvuie narmonlca club have
their nina r?arAlAa
Adams and Barney Hilfiker. They the fact they have only had five
will be In Charge of the potluck lessons. These children are viTfen
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S1LVERTON. Jan. 8. The
Odd Fellows and Tryphena ; Rebe
kah lodges Will hold joint installa
tion ceremonies at the. I. O. O. F.
hall Thursday night, with. Helen
Mulkey, district deputy president,
installing officer.
Assisting Mrs. Mulkey in the
services will be Myrtle Stewart,
grand marshal; Ora Larson, grand
warden; Maude Meyers, grand
secretary; Mary Skaife, treasurer;
- Frances Gourlie, Inside guardian,
and Ruth Kottek, chaplain.
Among the appointive members
and those to be installed are
noble grand, Helvie Silver; vice-
grand, Irene Roubal; chaplain,
Eda Riches: conductor, ' Laura
Snider: warden, Bessie Goets;
financial secretary. Fay Renwick;
recording secretary,! Mabel Gay;
past noble ! grand, Daisy King;
treasurer, Elda Reed.
Officers of the Odd Fellows are
noble grand, George Busch; vice
grand, James Gilham; recording
, secretary, John Gehrke; financial
secretary, Percy L. Brown; treas-
uire, H. E.!Klng; warden, L. R.
Sawyer; conductor, George Mais;
chaplain. J.; Mosherr past grand.
K. O. Minor; R. S. N. G.. James
C. Gibson; L. 8. N. G., Fred Ot
jen; L. S. S., George Winchell;
' R. S. S-. Asel L. Olson; R. S. V. G.,
8. Teglund; L. S. T. G., Alvin
Hemmlngsen; 0. G., R. F. Larson;
X. G-, J. S. Starr,
supper, which begins at 7 o'clock.
RICKEY, Jan. 8. U.G. Du-
bach, a well known lecturer and
dean at the Oregon State college.
Will be the main speaker at the
meeting of the Marion County
Federation of Community Clubs
at the Rickey, school house Thurs
day night, January 11.
There will be a short business
xheeting of the Rickey school after-
which Luther Chapin, presi
dent of the federation, will nave
charge of the meeting.
The program will be put on
by the visiting clubs and refresh
ments will be s e r v e d by the
Rickey club with Mrs. P. B. Beck,
Mrs. W. D. Horner, Mrs. Chester
Horner and Mrs. H. McElroy in
wiuiams, carmel StupfeL Jane
iua-ucni, Bobby Batdorf, Daniel
vernogen, Marie Hamming, Dl
enie Verhagen, Carol Stupfel and
The SHverton Hills Berry Grow
ers association at - its annual
meeting held Saturday, elected aa
a board of directors Hans Chris
tenson; Grant, Ross, Charlie Janlk,
George - Benson, Milton, Knauf.
The group discussed the outlook
for. the coming year. Approximate
ly 100 acres of: berries are repre
sented in the organixation' at the
present time. Last year the crop
was disposed, of at Salem.
Following the ' regular meeting
the board; met to elect officers:
President, Hans ChristensonT
vice-president, George Benson;
secretary, Charlie Janlk.
Men Battle for
' Oyster Supper
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At . the next regular meeting of
the .Mountain View Parent-Teach
er association, Friday evening,
January 26, women members of
the organization will furnish the
entertainment which promises to'
be quite an ambitious perform'
ance. At tne February meeting.
the. men will compete for histri-
onio honors and. the group' ad
Judged as winners' will later be
treated' to an oyster ' supper by
the losing side. '
SCIO, Jan. 8 "Brighten the
Corner Where Ton Are," was the
hymnal Introduction of the sur
prise pound party at the iiome ot
the Rev. and Mrs. Victor Loucks
of the - Baptist church Friday
night. .Several members ot the
party were those affiliated with
the Ladles Aid society and other
activities of the church.
PIONEER, Jan. ? 8 The , Mt.
Plsgah local , met for. its regular
meeting " at the club house Fri
day night. They had a great deal
of business to transact. Among
the things they plan to do is to
have a basket social at their next
regular meeting January It, They
are working on a play which will
be given along with; several other
numbers. . ' -.:
The county meeting will be held
January r 17 . at .; the; Mt. " Plsgah,
chjb . house. All . the locals from
the county' will be ' expected: to
turn on with a large delegation
An -interesting program is being
arranged by the committee.
Charles A. Rogers
Of Amity Shoots
Self; Was Farmer
AMITY,. Jan. 8 Charles A.
Rogers, 65, committed suicide by
shooting Saturday. Hi health and
despondency were given as causes
for the act, ...
-Rogers came here about IS
years : ago and has ' engaged In
farming. He was a native of Can
ada and had spent some years in J
CWA Crew is Cut but
Work to Last Longer
. KINGSTON, Jan. 8. The num
ber of men working on the CWA
project on Bear Branch has been
cut to 15, but it is understood that
they will be employed for several
weeks as they are to build ft new
bridge in addition to clearing and
cutting down the. grades at that
CLEAR LAKE, Jan. 8. The
Clear Lake community club met
Friday night and enjoyed one of
the best programs of the year.
The program was put on by Mrs.
Mar jorle Walker Ratclif fe and
Mrs. Jessie F. Bush of Salem.
Maynard McKihley, Carl Mason,
Wesley Ritchie and Bill Bush
formed the boys' quartet.
The following program was
given: boys' quartet, "Sleepy Hol
low Tune"; readings by Ruthyn
Thomas; solo, Maynard McKin
ley; reading, Dorothy Keaton;
boys' quartet; reading by Ruthyn
Thomas; solo, Bill Bush; boys'
quartet; reading; solo by Carl
Mason; reading by Dorothy Kea
ton. The program was concluded
by a vocal solo and a short ad
dress by Mrs. Ratcliffe
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Victims Accident
Near Albany , are
KINGSTON, Jan. 1 The reg
ular meeting of the Kingston
community club Friday night
drew a large crowd. The pro
gram put on under the able di
rection of Mrs. ; Elisabeth Crab
tree Included songs and drills by
ehlldrm from Mica Vom'm ant
Relumed Home MlM Nyerider'g rooms of the
iuu ituuui; readings oy niuy
Bush, a dialogue and pantomime
by club members from the Cole
district, and musical numbers by
Mrs. Aleta Sanders and Reva
Sanders. ..
January 26 is the probable date
for the shadow social which Is to
be given to start a piano fund.
Mrs. Venus Follis, Clarence Over
holts and Josephine Brandt are
planning a worthwhile program.
AUMSVTLLE, Jan. 8. Mr. and
- Mrs. Jesse Wilcox who were In
Jured In an automobile accident
near Albany three weeks ago have
been brought to their home here
from the Albany hospital and are
slowly Improving from injuries i
celved. Their son, Asa, also in the
wreck, returned within ft few days.
Both occupants of the other car
In the wreck were killed and both
cars completely demolished.
-Charles Pomeroy of Drain left
Friday to return there to work af
ter spending the Christmas holi
days with bis parents, Mr. , and
Mrs. Ralph Pomeroy.
The West Stay ton community
emu Held the regular monthly
meeting at the schoolhouse Fri
day night. A pie and basket so
cial Is to be held at the next reg
ular meeting, February 2.
The pies and baskets are to be
Aid SnriVtv Will
"'' I BniltljillAjl a.. lli. a .
mm ' , XXT J 1 , . . wwmju uu 1110 uiuuc; usea lor
. Meet Wednesaay J the insuiiation - of footlights on
line stage.
, WOODBURN, Jan. 8. The
Presbyterian i Ladies Aid society
will, hold . their first meeting of
the new year In the church, par
lors Wednesday afternoon, Jan
nary 10, with Mrs. S. W. Maupin
and Mrs. J. J. Hall as hostesses.
Mrs. Verna Dodge is in charge of
the program.! Roll call will be an
swered with ft review of outstand
ing happenings of the past year.
. The . . Woodburn Garden club
will meet In the club rooms of the
:. city library Tuesday night," Jan-
Mrs. Paul McClellan. Mrs. Inis
White and T. McClellan were
appointed to look up talent for
qualifications for class A ot the
federation contests.
Mrs. Clyde Comstcck. Mrs. O.
O. Lacy and Mrs. Henry Snoody
are the program committee for
February. A candy sale was held
by the students of the school, the
proceeds to be used for athletic
equipment for the school and net
ted 8 8.6 S.
The program: Instrumental trio
nary 9. beginning at 7:80 o'clock. I composed of Fred Denham, piano.
Sam Laughlin, superintendent of I Art Pardee of Aumsville, violin,
the state training school for hoys Glen Spies, guitar; solo. Art Par-
will be the speaker ot the evening. I dee accompanied by Violet Par
Evervona Is invited to be present. I dee; Instrumental duet. Glen
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