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Ttj OREGON STATESSIAN; Safen. Oregfin, Wednesday SlorafaFetniar7t 1934
But Reach No Decision Pend
ing Supreme Court De
cision on Law
SILVERTON, Feb. 6. The
liquor" question and the CWA
divided honors In discussion be
fore the city council at its Febru
ary meeting held Monday night.
Indications were that a special
meeting to deal with the former
would be held within the near Ju
tare,' Lack of knowledge as to
how the matter should be bandied
i prevented definite action Monday
An application for a recommen
dation from the city council to
the liquor control commission was
- asked by George P. Manolis in a
communication read. Mr. Mano-
: lis expressed desire to handle beer
- and wines of no greater alcoholic
content than 14 per cent Council
members expressed themselves
favorable toward Mr. Manolis but
took' no action pending further in
formation. , Steelhammer Approved
A request for the approval of
George W. Steelhammer, drug
gist, as manager of the Silverton
sub-station for the liquor control
commission, was granted by the
council. It was explained that Mr.
Steelhammer would handle the
"hard", liquor locally for the com
mission but would not be permit
ted to display it in windows or
prominent locations within the
The drawing up of an ordin
ance "with teeth in it" for the
handling of the local liquor ques
tion was suggested as soon as the
present situation is "settled by
the supreme court." This will
likely be brought up at the spec
ial council meeting.
A communication from Glenn
Nlles, civil works administrator,
was read and gave the informa
tion that the federal administra
tion would not for the present re
sume responsibility for any more
material used in the CWA pro
gram. CWA Projects End
The announcement was made
that the CWA program here was
completed Monday noon and the
street committee of the council
was instructed to have a detailed
report of work done at Silverton
made a once. R. B. Wlnslowf, who
has been the engineer during the
CWA program here, was suggest
ed as the one to make out the re
WOODBURN, Feb. 6. Thirty-four
students of Woodburn
high school have qualified for
membership in the Torch honor
society for the third period of
the first semester. Torlef Nelson
heads the list with an average of
-"1" while Kathleen Shorey and
Gerald Nibler both have the honor
of having the longest successive
period of membership. The honor
students include four freshmen.
10 sophomores, 11 juniors and
nine seniors. '
They are: Maybelle Adams,
Muriel Beckman, Morris Beers,
Maria Breed, Haxel Carothers.
IcoSemary Corey, Vivian Cowan,
Wilma Doss, Jean Freeburg, Ken
neth Gallagher, Merle Graham,
. Russell Gulss, Ruth Hanson, Wil
liam Hastle, Marjorie Herr, Mar
jorie Jones, Monte Kestel, Vir
ginia Kestel, Dorothy Kocher,
Carl Lindeken, Odell Mortensen,
Torlef Nelson, Gerald Nibler,
fleta Phillips, Jean Richmond,
Lou Jane Ringo, Lyman Seely.
Norman Seethoff, Kathleen
Shorey, Edna Shrock, Hilda Trul
lingef and Helen Woodfin
DAYTON, Feb. 6 Mrs. Emma
line Gebhart Scott, 74. wife of
Dr. W. L. Scott, of Hopewell since
coming from Indiana in 1919, died
Saturday at her home after seven
years illness. She was born June
29, 1859, at Hamilton. Ohio, and
was married August 22, 1876 in
The widower and six children
survive. They are: Dr. E. K. Scott.
Kranston T. Scott of Portland
Arcie P. Scott of New Castle, Ind
Platho T. Scott and Gniton A.
Scott of Tulsa, Okla., one daugh
ter, Mrs. D. E. Gebhart of Over
Funeral services were held at
the Portland crematorium Tues
day, the pastor of Portland Chris
tian church, officiating.
; MRS. TAKISH IXJTRED
. SILVERTON, Feb. 6. Mrs.
Mary Takish suffered a sprained
ankle and other minor Injuries
Saturday when she was struck
by an automobile as she was -e-turnlng
ta her home from a par
ty. She was taken to the Silver
ton hospital where she was given
medical aid. Details of the acci
dent could not be learned.
TO WORK AT McCREDIE
SILVERTON. Feb. 5.- Oscar
Storaasli, Silverton contractor and
builder, will leave the middle of
February for McCredie Springs to
serve as foreman on a highway
construction job under contract
with McNntt Brothers of Eugene.
The Job will last for four months.
BORN OX FJXlVs BIRTHDAY
WALDO HILLS, Feb. 6. A boy
born on : President Roosevelt's
birthday and also on his oldest
brothers birthday is a newcomer
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Klopfenstein of the Evergreen
district. Be has been named Fred
nd arrived at the paternal grand'
parents home In Silverton. v
TOP TORCH MEMBER
'WACONDA, Feb. 6. The com
inanity club will meet February 7
with Mrs. Frank Felton and not
February 14 as previously stated.
KINGSTON, Feb. 6 The "Sha
dow Social" put on by the King
ston community club Friday night
drew a record-breaking crowd,
netted $9.80 for the piano fund,
and proved to everyone attending
that "the stump farmers" of Mill
City can provide unexcelled en
tertainment, under the manage
ment of Mrs. M. D. Lindsay.
Their outstanding' numbers
were vocal solos by Loave Lind
say, radio singer, accompanied by
the stringed orchestra, and the
guitar solos by Bolo Navarro. The
group songs were highly applaud
ed, as were also the vocal duet
by Mr. and Mrs. Ted Roberts, the
steel guitar solo by Chester Slade,
the song by Mr. and Mrs. Conk
lin, the readings by Kenneth Rob
erts and Jeanne Conklin, the
yodeling and harmonica numbers
by J. O. Herron, the- singing of
wee Pearl Roberts, and the com
edy stunts of "Red" Conklin.
Much praise was given the gui
tar and vocal numbers by Ray
Spur of Shelburn, likewise the
songs by Bonnie Bell Anderson
and the readings by Billy Bush,
Cecil Leffler and Frances R. Fin
ley. TURNER, Feb. 6. The com
munity club will meet Monday,
with the women, to put on the
WACONDA, Feb. 6 A pleasant
evening of cards was spent at the
FOB IS. SMI
WALDO HILLS, Feb. 6. Mrs.
Rudolph Stadeli, Sr., died in
Portland Monday afternoon and
funeral services will be held
Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock
from the home and at 1:30
o'clock at the Apostolic Christian
church in Evergreen, with burial
in the church cemetery. Rev.
Emil Hari of Portland and Rev.
A. L. Kuenzi of Silverton will of
ficiate. Elizabeth Traechsel Stadeli was
born in Switzerland, March 17,
1868 and married Rudolph Sta
deli at Cantonbern, Switzerland.
They came to Portland 27 years
ago and to Silverton 23 years ago.
Surviving are the widower, and
these children: Mrs. Lizzie von
Slue, Mrs. Lena Kuenzi, Rudolph,
Jr., Mary, Fred, Mrs?. Lydia Det-
twyler, Edward, Ernest Esther;
five sisters, including" Mrs. Her
man Utrick of Silverton: one
brother, and 21 grandchildren.
BROOKS, Feb. 6. . On the ac
count of the illness of their
granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. A.
E. Harris have postponed their
golden wedding reception, which
was to have been held Wednes
day, February 7, indefinitely.
. C. A. Bailey was honored with
a party Saturday night when Mrs.
Bailey invited in a group of
friends, the occasion being his
birthday anniversary. The evening
was spent with 500. High score
was won by Mrs. A. J. Rasmus
se nand Ronald Jones, low to Mrs.
Malcolm Ramp and William Jen
sen. School opened here Monday
morning after being closed a week
on account of several cases of
scarlet fever. The schoolhouse
was thoroughly fumigated. All
cases are recovering. Mrs. Elmer
Wood is recovering from a major
operation she underwent in the
Good Sameritan hospital in Port
Treasure Hunt is
Feature 4-H Club
Meeting at Gates
GATES, Feb. 6. Members of
the 4-H sewing club met at the
home of their leader, Mrs. Har
old Wilson, Saturday afternoon
for a social afternoon. A trea
sure hunt at the Robinson springs
camp ground was a feature of the
afternoon with Virginia Davis the
winner. Thelma Donnell. Mvrtice
Jones and Winifred Brown had
charge of the meeting. A differ
ent group of girls will have charge
of a similar meeting two weeks
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Wilbur of
Salem were guests for an alf-day
meeting with the Sunday school
Sunday. Wilbur is Sunday school
missionary for the Presbyterian
church. Mrs. Wilbur had charge of
tne singing, Mr. Wilbur giving the
IXFAXT IS BURIED
SILVERTON, Feb. 5. Shirley
Ann, infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Deeeler. died at th
home Saturday night. Brief serv
ices with Rev. Father John Dunn
of Silverton officiating, worn con
ducted at the Deggler home .aniLj
cummiuai ceremonies held at the
Mt. Angel cemetery Sunday after
noon. The infant was but three
days old. The Degglers have a son
three years old.
NEW FAMILY TOMES
KEIZER, Feb. 6. Mr. and Mrs.
George Williams and children.
John Francis, Sarah, Marie and
George, Jr., recently of Fresno,
Cal., have located on the William
Blake ranch across in the' lake
section.. The three older children
are In the seventh, sixth and first
grades of Keizer school.
Ben Larking home la Salem San
day night when Mrs. Larklna, as
sisted by Mrs. Robert Fromm and
Mrs. William McGilchrist, enter
tained past 'and present officerst
of the Waconda community club.
High scores were won by- Mrs.
Henry C. Stafford and Allyn Nu
som; low by Mrs. McGilchrist
and John Groves.
ELDRIEDGE, Feb. 6 .An all
day meeting of the Eldriedge Ca
tholic community club will be
held Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. J. W. Wargnier. Plans will
be completed for the benefit dance
to be given Thursday night, Feb
ruarys, sponsored by the ladies.
Music will be furnished by the
Mathes orchestra, Fred Hecker In
charge. Proceeds will go to St.
Louis Catholic church fund.
There are 20 members in the
club organized a few weeks ago
to help finance St. Louis parish.
A great deal of good has been
Mrs. John Klenski of Eldriedge
is president and .her daughter,
Margaret Klenski, is secretary
treasurer. RICKEY, Feb. 6. An interest
ing program is being planned for
the community club meeting to
be held Friday night. Mrs. W. D.
Horner in charge of a play, "Pa
Gets His Picture Took," Miss Anna
Lanke will tell of her trip to the
Hawaiian Islands, and there will
be several musical numbers and
Each family is asked to bring
cake or sandwiches. The public Is
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At Independence M.E.
Church; Salem Groups
INDEPENDENCE, Feb. 6.
The spring concert sponsored by
the Methodist church will be giv
en Wednesday night, February 7,
at 8 o'clock. Presonnel Includes:
George Dinwiddle and E. H.
Leach, tenors; L. E. Barrick, bari
tone; William Skewis, bass. Phil
harmonic quartet Elizabeth Clem
ent, soprano; Harriett Adams,
contralto; Robert Mayne, tenor;
Richard Smart, bass. String en
semble Mrs. yalen Guild,
piano; Mrs. Ed Wunder, cello;
Mrs. Ellen Davis, Mrs. Rosetta
Smith and Marjorie Wunder, vio
lins. The complete program:
Overture String Ensemble
"Calm the Kicht"
Piano Prelude Mrs. W. L. Taylor
Willamette Unireroity Philharmonic
"Holy Honr" Kevin
Violin Solo Gloria Ricks rd
Clongh-Barrick Male Quartet
Vocal Solo Elizabeth Clement
Violin Solo Marjorie Wonder
"Old Spinning Wheal"
"The Rosary" NeTin
Willamette University Philharmonic
"Irish Hills" Londonderry Air
"Tropic Gardens" '
Trumpet Solo Gloria Rickard
Clocgh-Barrick Male Quartet
"Oat of the Dusk"
"Lassie of Mine"
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WEST SALEM, Feb-.' . St.
Valentine will be the Inspiration
for much busy work and handi
craft for the children for the next
week. Pupils will exchange names
for a Valentine's box. Lincoln's
birthday la to be observed In the
7th grade with a diversified pro
gram. The working week for the sec
tion crew was changed again be
ginning. February 1 to five days
per week and L. O. Richardson,
section boss, states that there has
been an unprecedented number of
carloads of logs going both ways
over his section recently.
To Rebuild Station
George L. Frazure, pioneer
storekeeper, miller and landlord,
who had the misfortune to have
his service station burn down not
long ago, was here from Portland
recently looking after the wreck
ing of the burned structure and
he states that he plans to rebuild.
F. O. Needham is in charge of
razing the ruins.
Monday morning a large crane
to be used in the rock quarry on
the Crozier place where rock will
be secured for the improved high
way passed through West Salem
to be installed for the beginning
of work which it is expected will
be started anyway by March 1.
Curbings and preliminaries will
be begun earlier.
Mrs. Pfister, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Marry J. Carter, who has
been with her parents the past
nine weeks bedridden with a bro
ken hip, was taken to her home
in Salem last week. She has had
the cast removed.
Enthusiastic gardners are hav-
"Will o the Wisp" Sprost
Finale String Ensemble
Now Showing ."The Last Word
Lining Up New Business
ANNlt - BAING
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Ing their plowing done, are spad
ing op and some of the most op
timistic are planting onions, peas
and early potatoes.
Mr. and Mrs. Euall L. Needham
and family moved last week to
Taft where they will be in charge
of a restaurant. Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Sproat and little daughter.
Sharron Lee, and Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Tongeland hare moved
onto the Sproats- 45 acre ranch
near Silverton. On the ranch are
many acres of hops.
Miss Roberta Peterson was com
plimented, with a delightful noon
luncheon at her room in the new
school building Monday noon by
her fellow teachers. The occasion
was her birthday. Pupils of the
5th and 6th grades earned a half
hour holiday Monday afternoon
by securing the largest represen
tation at the Friday P.T.A. meet
ing. A. B. Frendenthal is
Buried at Portland
RIVERVIEW", Feb. 6. Word
was received here by Joe Ambro
sek of the death and burial of
A. B. Fredenthal at Portland last
week. He was the husband of
Anna (Ambrosek) Fredenthal,
eldest sister of Joe Ambrosek. He
died January 29 in a Portland hos
pital. Funeral services were held
Wednesday afternoon at Finley's
chapel with interment at Corne
lius cemetery. Mr. Fredenthal had
been ill for several years and had
been bedfast since last July.
Mrs. Joe Ambrosek, who has
been seriously ill for the past two
weeks, was moved to the home of
her mother, Mrs. Lora Piatt
IT AINT NO FOOLING MR.TAOA
WHO OWNS THE RESTAURANT
WANTS MRS CLEANLY TO MAKE A
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HIM WE WASH CLOTHES
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SILVERTON, Feb. 9 . One
of the lovely events of the early
spring season will be that given
at the Methodist church Wednes
day night when the junior choir,,
under the direction of Fred Sa-:
ker will present "Ship Ahoy. No
admittance is to be charged but
a silver offering will be taken for
costs of music.
Mrs. Harold Davis will be the
reader: Mildred Hnbbr the pi
anist and the Rer. C. K. Hall will
give the prologue reading.
Members of the cast who will
appear In costume are Fred Ba
ker as captain, Don Read, Law
rey Robert; Ed Campbell, Lloyd
Campbell, Norman Ifaeglt. John
and Ernest Campbell, Kenneth
Isrealson, Rudy Sen an k, Harold
Davis, Kathryn Morrison, Orma
Day, Cathaleene Cuddy. Cather
ine Tomison, Oliver Carpenter,
Elizabeth Hall, Elaine Clower,
Marjorie Hubbs, Virginia Bilyeu,
Margaret Langley, Grace Folsom,
Helen Hall, Olga and Opal Green,
Alice Miles, Alice Toney, Ellen
ChristenBen, Evelyn Rankin.
UNDER DOCTOR'S CARE
MEHAMA, Feb. 6. Mrs. E.
L. Cothren is staying with her
daughter, Mrs. Earl Gregg of Sa
lem, while under a doctors care
for high blood pressure and other
MOOMAW GETS POSITION
HUBBARD, Feb. 6. Jack Moo-
maw, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claud
Moomaw, left Sunday night to ac
cept a position in eastern Orego.n
Jack was a graduate with the
1932 class of Hubbard high school.
tf IT SOUNDS
WIS WIFE TOLD
AN' HE AINT
RITERTTEW, Feb. t Th
Farmers' -Union met . Saturday;
night with ft large crowd attend
ing." The meeting opened with
community singing and prayer bf,
William Gllkey. Prof Galleghe
of Scio explained three ways tq
put a legislative candidate on the,
A profit of $10.25 was made
from the quilt sold Jantrf777
Plans for a play to be gl;ea H
the near future to buy more :
chairs here were outlined. . A
program was presented by. thA ;
Otto Yunker, Jack Goar. Jteve -Crenshaw
and James Riley fwn-
Hies and Including a play by fiv
students from the Madison
school in Albany, and a ahort
Series of Socials
Planned by Sunday:
School at Mehama
MEHAMA, Feb. 8. The bible
class of the Sunday school has ap
pointed Billie Wilson, Floyd Mon
roe, Mrs. Yantiss, Luther Stout
and Mrs. Keith Phillips to make
plans and arrangements to hare
a social gathering once a month
for the bible and young people's
classes. The committee made plana
to have a Valentine's party next
Friday night at the home of Mrs.
Wilson. Plans were also made to
have a large record chart made
for the bible class, which will
show each individual's attendance
and memorized scripture verses.
Elizabeth Hughes entertained
Friday with a birthday party hon
oring her sister, Mrs. Frame.
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