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Th OREGON STATESMAN, Salenf. Oregon, Wednesday Moraln. January 31, 1934
- STAYTON. Man " 3fl. - TJr. and
. Mr. C H. Brewer are home from
, Portland, where the doctor has
been for several weeks. Although
his. health has improred he ex
pects to take an extended rest, and
will in tiuaut w ku lu v . a uiu i u . mjim
- Betzer ' Scio Is In charge bf
, &rewer pracuca. . , - ,
" Mr and Mrs. Mike Nettling-, who
were - married Wednesday at the
nrst caruuan cnurca, tm. 07
Her, , Gay Drill, were guests ot
, honor Sunday at a large dinner
i party: at tne nomeoi iq nna
i mother, Mrs.' Claude Darby.: - -
rHiss Alma Slegmund, daughter
ot Henry Siegmund; was removed
. from a hoapiUl ta Salem to the
local hospital Sunday. She is said
to hate been suffering from an in
. f ectlon in her arm. Mrs. Paul Ross,
who recently underwent an. opera
tion for appendicitis, has been re
. moTed to her home.
, ,Mr.'and Mrs. George R. Duncan
. entertainea ineir pnagecmo
s urday night. Present were Mr. and
Mrs., Willis Brown, Mr. and Mrs.
B. J Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Fair, Mr. and Mrs. Sim Etzel. Mrs.
W. V, Adams and Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Pounds of Salem. Mr. and Mrs.
Bell received high score.
Sister M. Mercedes, teacher of
mnsie In the parochial schools at
ctavtnn and Sublimity, and who
. has been In poor health, has been
. at Beaverton. recuperating.
I SILVERTON, Jan. 30. Mr. and
Mrs. W ; d Larson and their
4 daughter Mrs. Alvtn Legard and
her son, Denxel wllUeave Thurs
day night for Spokane to attend
the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Lar
son's son, Orval, to Albert a
Sparts. The wedding will take
' place at 12 o'clock noon at the
Episcopal church. The young peo
ple will make their home at Wen-
' atchee, Washington, where Mr.
Larson la employed.
Orval is a graduate of the Sil
Terton schools and was a promin
ent membv of the Silverton high
' school football squad during his
attendance. For the past six years
- he has been employed at Wenat
chee, where his brother. Jack, is
also employed. Two other broth
ers, Harold and Merl Larson, who
jre employed at" Bishops at Sa
lem, will be unable to attend. Mr.
7 and Mrs. Larson and Mrs. Legard
' and her son will return to Silver--ton
Tuesday. The Larsons will
also visit tne Kev. vonn awinenari
at Spokane. Rev. Mr. Swinehart
was the pastor of the church the
Larson's attended while they
lived at Tescot, Kansas.
; Preaching Service
fit Pioneer Draws
PIONEER, Jan. 30. Sunday
v a large crowd attended the
-;' preaching -serviee at- the schoo!
' bouse. All the seats were taken
' and they had to find more. Lloyd
. Rice from Dallas was the speak
sr. Mr. and Mrs. Rice sang duet.
The services will be held the
fourth Snnday of the month.
Rosena- Dornhecker, who has
been working at Amity, has re
turned home to be with her folks
" tor a week. -.
Lois and Maxine Slater enter
tained with a party at their home
Saturday night. Refreshments
-were- served to Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Keller and children, Elsie, Ray
'and Willis, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey
Inman and children Margie, Gene,
, Willie and Frank. Wilbur, Linthel
and Chester Conley, Mrs. Norma
"Keller, Mr. and Mrs. Chet Nes
woldTMr. and Mrs. Andrew Thiess
and children Oscar Domaschofsky,
Mi- and Mrs. Lee Hnghess and
' son Romert Hughess, Chuck True-
blood, Doris Kirk. Mane, rmuip,
' Steve and Carl Thiess, Mr. and
vtr tt Car and son. Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Slater and daughters
Maxine and Lois, Muriel ana uiu
,tor Dornhecker. Floyd Fayor.
.,' Sunday at the home ot Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde Robbins, Jean Domas
? chef sky celebrated her birthday.
ThruiA nrasfint wm Mr. -and Mrs.
' ? Frank Domaschofsky and Mildred
and Joan, Mr. and Mrs. Burt car
" tlss. Mrand-Mrs. George Curtlss
and Clyde 'Bobbins and family.
Prize is Offered ;
tor Best .r an note
- on Legion Program
.SILVERTON, Jan. 30. Silver-
ton is awaiting with eonsideraoie
Interest the Thursday night broad
cast Over KOAC when the-Delbert
Reeves post, Silverton American
Legion ' post.' will 1 entertain be-
- tween T: SO and 8 o'clock. A prist
Is being -ottered to the. writer of
': the : tan letter . which comes ttom
the greatest distance following the
broadcast."' U ',: W- - -'
The program will consist of :
. Selection by the Four Norsemen!
' ,1 banjo selection, Oliver, Carpenter;
address, Billie John, president of
the local Legion auxiliary; cowboy
Kansas Felons Aiter Recapture
Food and cigareta looked good to these three convicts followtn their
capture near Louisbnre, Kan. They escaped with four others from the
State Penitentiary at Lansing and three days later were taken after a
gnn fight in which their leader, Bob Brady, was slain. Left to rteat, axe
Fred Cody. Tommy MeMahon aM Benjamin Yonnr.
West Salem News
WEST SALEM, Jan. 30. Mr.
and Mrs. Frank P. Wells were
hosts at a tastefully appointed
dinner Sunday for Miss Eleanor
Curtis, Le Roy, Willard and Sid
ney Wells, Miss Helen Gosser md
the hosts Mr. and Mrs. F. P.
A dozen hot water tanks, hav
ing both ends cut out, purchased
by the city some time ago, have
been delivered to Sixth and Rose
mont and will be used as culverts
in the two low places where the
drainage is being perfected.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Sproat
and daughter and Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Tongeland are home from
Randies Liquor Agent
V. O. Myers, Lester Brannan
and Clarence Guderian were nam
ed as councilmen to look jnto the
advisability of making extensive
sewer improvements, confer with
county officials in regard to the
matter and report at the next,
regular council meeting to be
held next Monday, February 5. At
the called meeting of the council
to consider this and other mat
ters, Thomas J. Handles request
ed that his name be approved by
the council to handle sale, of
liquor in a state store in West
Salem, and the clerk vrus instruct
ed to communicate .j the proper
authorities to that effect.
A jolly Informal card party was
enjoyed at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Gibson Saturday night
with the guest list mado up of
and yoduling number, Alvin Alm
quist; clarinet and violin duet,
Russell and Gale Quinn with Ruth
Lawrence as accompanist; vocal
solo, Mrs. William Scarth, Fern
Davenport at the piano. Roy Dav
enport, will act as master of ceremonies.
at Shelburn Home
SHELBURN, Jan. 30 Revs.
Smith and White, traveling evan
gelists, have been holding a ser
ies of meetings at the Art Baker
home. Ten conversions were had.
- Grandmother Grimes, who Is at
the home of her daughter, Mrs.
L. Isborn is in a discouraging
condition, the result of creeping
A number of men from this
'community have been improving
the roads at the Piatt-Osborn cor
ner.. The water daring the floods
was over the roads and the
ditching which they did was a
Delmer Churchill is improving
the looks ot his orchard by prun
ing same and Mrs. Morris is hav
ing fences repaired at. her farm.
residents of Orchard Heights. Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Abbott with
their daughters Beverly Ann and
Donna Marie of Salem, hare pur
chased the acre of land on Rose
mont avenue at Sixth known as
the Wayman place of Mrs. Cross,
and have taken possession. They
are planning many improvements.
Abbott is employed at the woolen
mill In Salem.
HAZEL GREEN, Jan. 30.
The solo by Mrs. Tucker and duet
by Mrs. Tucker and son -Clifford
from the Seven Day Adventlst
church of Salem' were much ap
preciated special features ' at the
Snnday night church service. Rev.
J. H. Wortman, 'pastor, will
preach at r Hopewell Sunday
morning, Feb, 4,7 and here in
the evening. A program of music
and readings - will be given at
11, o'clock February 4.
A meeting , for . officers and
teachers of Sunday school Is an
nounced tor Snnday. afternoon at
home of Ross .Miles, 'superin
tendent An Interesting meeting
of workers of the Sunday school
was held at the parsonage Fri
day afternoon. .Mrs. Robert- Mas
ale -led -devotions, calling - atten
tion to the need of more religion,
calture, and law observance. The
story of Neberniah rebuilding
the wall about Jerusalem was
nsecTas a basis to discuss need
of the community. . .
A . survey of . this district
shows 191 persons not attending
Sunday school elsewhere. The
group decided to make a list and
begin visitation. The primary and
junior work was ably presented
by Mrs. J. H. Wortman, superin
tendent of primary work.
MRS. JACK IMPROVES
SILVERTON, Jan. 30. Mrs.
W. S. Jack, who has been serious
ly 111 at her home on North Wa
ter street was reported Monday to
be improving. Mrs. Jack is a
member of a pioneer Silverton
family and the Jack home is
noted for its lovely garden dis
play throughout the year.
The Federated Community, dub
ot Marion county will meet with
the West Stayton - club Friday
night at the Bchpolhonse there. Dr.
Carl Gregg Doney, president of
Willamette university, will be the
speaker, and other program num
bers will be given by the members
from Aumsville and Marlon.
HAZEL GREEN. Jan. 30.
The community club meeting Fri
day night at 8 o'clock will feat
ure musical numbers by the com-,
munity orchestra, Helen .Ralph
and Arthur Clemens, saxophones.
Ross Miles and Glen Looney. cor
nets, and Ella Clemens, pianist.
m Other -, program numbers will
be: parliamentary drill by Mrs.
Clifton Clemens i cowboy songs by
Ward and Frank Miles and Alex
ander Sharp, accompanied by
Marvin Van Cleave; reading,
Charlotte Maisle; solo, Helen
Ralph; oration, "The Long Await
ed Handclasp", Glen Looney, com
ic reading, J. H. Wortman; com
munity singing led by Helen
A cent-per-year supper will be
served, with the maximum years
KINGSTON, Jan. 30 The
plate supper given by the Mt.
Pleasant Community club Friday
night drew a full house and add
ed over $3 to the piano fund. Mu
sic was furnished by the orches
tra, made up of Quinten Gaelen,
Ernest Aggeter and Clarence
Old time music was played by
Linn Lambert and Louie Ray, Ka-
therlne and Josephine Brandt
played a .piano duet. . Angeline
Huntley. Mabel Smith and May-
sel Lyon sang a trio. Readings
were given by Dorothy Myers,
Alva Anderson and Mrs. Frances
Finley. Roy ' Lambert - and little
Joan Hoerth each sang a solo
The closing number, was put on
by member of the Cole commun
ity club, a skit Ot the play, "The
Adventures -of Grandpa." which
that club Will present at the Cole
school house. The Mt. Pleasant
club announced that it will' give a
play the 'latter part of - next
The next regular meeting of
the Kingston Community club.
February 2, will be a "Shadow
Social" for which an- extensive
program is being arranged, con
sisting largely of outside talent
Club to Give Play
, ROBERTS, Jan. 30 The com
munity club met Saturday night
with a good attendance. Mrs. For
est Edwards and Mrs. Roy F,
Rice were appointed to select and
direct a three act plas which will
be presented in the near future.
Program presented was parlia
mentary drill; oration by June
Edwards; song, Mary Jane Ors-
born, Eddy Goodrich, Marjory
and Bobby Judson; reading, Mrs.
Alice Coolidge; trio Mrs. W. C
Pettyjohn, Mrs. Q. Magee and
Mrs. Oren Noble; skit, "Tragedy
ot a Bargain Sale," by Rose Ann
Goodrich, Franees Blankenship,
Louis Salchenberg Jr., and Benny
Salchenberg; piano duet, Mrs.
Edwards ; skit, "A Lesson in Cake
Baking." by Dorothy Salchenberg
and Bob Goodrich; lecture "Wa
ter" by George VealL r
Join Club Projects ' -:
BETHEL, Jan. 3 0-Th enter-
talnera- whp were expected for the
community club tailed to mater
ialise, but the clufc evidently 'de
cided to do, its own entertaining
by y the" ambitious program of
work which it laid out. The pres-
ldent, Simpson Hamxick Jr., ex
plained the standardization pro
jects. ' '. .
A' debate was arranged and a
glee club will be organised. J. G,
Lauderback was appointed to. or
ganize an orchestra. Mrs. J. A.
Hain, John Zak --and Mrs, George
Hain were appointed to select; a
three act play toj be put on by
the club members Ralph Wilson
fend the, report 'of Mrs. J. R. Car
rnthers, delegate to the county
federation meeting at Rickey.
An impromptu program 'follow
ed: community singing, Mrs. Cass
Nichols accompanying;' songs by
Simpson Jr. and Lois Hamriek;
piano selection, Coralee Nichols;
poem, Werna Froehlich; song.
John Zak; stories, A. H. Fuest-
Oakdale Club Meets
with Eddie Cochranes
PIONEER, Jan. 30 The Oak
dale club held its monthly cover
ed dish dinner meeting Sunday at
the Eddie Cochran home, with SO
guests attending. Program num
bers included group singing, read
ings by Reece Robbins and John
Richmond, accordion music by
Robert Ollsenn; potato exhibition
by John Richmond; and presenta
tion of a birthday gift to Mrs.
Mary Cochrane. Mr. and Mrs.
John Richmond will be hosts for
Robert Judson and Mrs. Forest the club February 25.
NORTH HOWELL, Jan. SO
The 1 t range Home ' Economics
club will meet all-day Thursday,
February -l.attlfe home- of Gla
dys Wattmaa The meeting" will
feature gardening, . for which top
lc there will be special speakers.
TURNER. Jan. 30 The
Woman's work club of Surprise
grange met recently for. the day,
Mrs. Jennie Wallace.. Mra 7.oll
LWebb and Mrs. Dora Peebles
were, named on a relief commit
tee. to serve during the" year. It
was decided to fittingly observe
each birthday. Mrs. Jennie Wal
lace will entertain the club in
RICKREALL, Jan. 30. Several
members ot the- Riekreall grange
attended Pomona at Suver Sat
urday. Pomona officers from
Riekreall are, overseer, Claude
Larkin; 71ora, Marie Kellogg.
This was a most interesting meet
ing with Dr. Alybert Slaughter
Mrs. Grace Pence, Mrs. Mary
Burch and Mrs. Mary Adams of
Riekreall, Mr. and Mrs. Van
Loan of Monmouth were, new
members taken in to Pomona at
Suver. The next meeting will be
held in Riekreall April 28.
SEND P. D. R. THANKS
WOODBURN, Jan. 30. The
men employed In CWA work in
Wbodburn yesterday sent their
congratulations to President
Roosevelt and thanked him for
the work that has been given
them. Each worker donated 10
cents toward sending the telegram.
POLLY AND HER PALS
A Topic That Gets in Carrie's Hair
By CLIFF STERRETT
'SEND HER WHITE xl KNOW THEy HAD V FER POOR CARRIE" ifPS
MICE TQ A M0US6 rN(AHAPPy HOME, C RODENTS IS TJ- MW t
KENNEL INSTEAD HER VACATION V HER PET rf JhI! 1
OP PARKIN' 'EM S WOULD BE T"V t AVERSION !j f jl
ou? sr v 1
KNOWING HOW VCU DESPISE MICE, My
DEAR,! HATE TTALX ABOUT EM, BUT
mKS ' ibaf IWa Vfcm. lac On tnaa W mm
( -SEEING WE. BOTH x
DISLIKE THE SUBJECT, )
The News Leaks Out
By WALT DISNEY
f ALT TH' FOLKS IN 3
f ROCK LEOGE THINK S MEBDE, BUT SOMESOI JtO
A COUPLE O SHCrrs
WAS FIRED AT US
WHILE WE WAS
PLVIN' OVER THAT
O' town !
;t o'towm! i.
Y . I SOYA SEE ,THERE N X WELL. I WISH A
GOSH WHACKY, SON! THAT AINT I COULDN'T O' BEEN ) va'TTrtiMR no
1 GRAVEL! IT'S A GOLD MINE ! j A. NO SHOTS' IT'S J AV? 5""V!L
BUT IT'S CLOSED DOWN FOR V. IMPOSSIBLE ! J I AN WHISPER THAT
j;V THE WINTER! THERE I 0&n7i) fTT-r; lfl TO OUR GAS TASK !
THIMBLE THEATRE Starring Popeye
Ya Can's Poll Wool Over Olive's Eyes
Farmers 'Union I
' . News I
1 ? 4 . ' f . . 1
, TALfiOT, JanCi 3 0. Sidney-TaL
: hot Farmers nnion met in the Tall
, not sehoolhonse Friday night with
an attendance of about 100 mem
' hers . and visitors trom other lo
cal. Orders were placed f or dyna
. mite and land piaster. Sven new
- -members and their families were
r. given the obligation; making a to
v tal M 21 new, members dunring
the membership drive. '
' State President V George ' Potts
and ! State Secretary Si B. - Holt
, were among those who gave in
' teresting talks. At the close Of the
business meeting a program was
' tnjoyed. by all, vKV sr
Hartleys Move to
Farm Near Yakima;
Practice is Tonight
HAYESVII.L.K. Jan. 30. Mr.
and Mrs. R. Hartley and children,
Robert and Helen, wno nave been
residents of this neighborhood for
fonr years, moved Saturday to a
farm near Yakima. Mr. and Mrs.
H.-W. .Brown moved i from the
Carlson place to the Salem Heights
The Havesville Woman's chorus
will practice "Wednesday, night at
the sehoolhonse. Anyone who is
interested is welcome.
Here are two more to add to
the new signs of spring: Mrs. Ro
viila McAfee has a pink oriental
poppy in full bloom, and a spirea
bnsh almost white with bloom. :
Lat Half of Year's
School Work Started
'' DALLAS, Jan. 30. Students at
the Dallas schools started the 'sec
ond semester -of the 1933-4
school .year Monday with short
classes and 'a half day holiday.
Last -week was spent: in taking
final examinations at the schools.
The high school students attended
during the week to take tne ex
aminations required. A short as
sembly was held at the high school
Monday morning where the super
intendent and the principal gave
short talks. Following the assem
bly, the students attended short
classes for the seven periods of
school, during which time the
teachers outlined the work to be
taken up during, the next semes
ter. Regular school started ajnin
this morning.. , ' - ;:.
." HUXSAKEB VERY ILL r f i
- TURNER. Jan. 30. W. G.
Hunsaker is critically ill at his
home, he has been in poor health
for the last four Years. Mm
1 Thomas Little is confined to her
thorns following a minor opera-
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TOOTS AND CASPER
It's No Laughing Matter to Sophie
By JIMMY MURPHY
I'VE COME INTO MY OWN AT
MY HOUSE SINCE THE MYSTERIOUS
'MISS K STARTED WRITING LOVE
- LETTERS TO MESHRiMP! SOPHIE
APPRECIATES ME NOW.
THAT SHE KNOWS &OMZBODY ELSE
r SUJ?E,1'LL SWALLOW MY PRIDE
AND MAKE A Bl6 FUSS OVER DAN,
TOO! I'LL. 41VE THAT GiRL A RUN
FOR HER MONEY1. lUL SHOWER HIM
WITH SO MANY ATTENTIONS HE WONT
LOOK AT ANYONE
ELSE! I THINK I'LL
DROP IN AT HIS
' OFFICE AND
INVITE HIM TO
19M. Kifn FttmwfloW, Inc. Grm Btrrim nct rrvrvH
s JDAN iS INI I CAN HEAR T HEAVENS! MAYBE THE
".'IJStsBSJSX WOMAN WHO FELL INLOVE
A klriilf 51 WITH HIS PHOTO HAS CBASHEB
ff ItHHTRDASN N TO SEE HIM i IF SHE'S
I I THOUGHT I rAXffici ) - FORCED HER WAY IN,fLL
-zr7t22 jZ. force her out ! I'll pull
iflV rt-rv her hair
rf,..- iif : jwax out-t
, , AND -MISS