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Xocal Wevs Briefs
Repairs An f a y -Building
permits -were Issued yesterday to
J. A. Beyers to alter dwelling at
. 1270 Nprth 21st street, $1000;
M. F. Becker to erect a one story
dwelling at 112? North Church
, street, $1000; J. T. Hart to alter
a dwelling At 2252 Simpson street,
$10; David ..Cameron to repair a
dwelling at 224 5 Center street,
$200; - Walter Mills to repair
dwelling at 110 North 23rd street.
$500; Mike Crowe to repair and
alter dwelling at 62 S South 20th
street, $25: Earl Woolridge to re
pair dwelling at 29 8 Richmond
street, $40; L. W. Straw to re
roof dwelling at 296 Richmond
i street; $40; L. W. Straw to reroof
'""dwelling at 1120 Rural avenue,
$45; Percy Gorton to reroof
dwelling at 1045 Garnett street,
$45; Mrs. George Martin to Te
roof dwelling at 1136 South 14th
street,' $125 ; Poster & Klelser. to
erect billboard at 2135 South
Commercial street,:" $25; at 998
North Commercial street, $60; F.
. Amort to erect IVx story dwelling
and garage at 1110 Donna ; ave
nue, $3200. ,
Lots florist. P. 9592. 1271 N. Ub
Acceptances Continue Noti
fications of acceptance of - the
post of precinct committeewoman
or committeeman . continued to
Inundate County Clerk U. G
Boyer's office .yesterday, adding
their bulk to a large number re
ceived last week. Those received
lnclu ded the" following : Republi
can, Edith B. McCord, West
Wood hum; P. A. Zimmerman,
Sublimity: T. L. Davidson, Prin-
gle; Gladys F. Cage? Fair
ground; Henry Homann, Moni
tor; Frank Hrubeti, Liberty; D.
E. Cooper, Salem 21. Democratic:
Roy W." Mclntyre, Rosedale; Ray
W. Mclntyre, Rosedale; Ray
Thomas, Salem 6; Madie Lippe,
Salem : ; Agnes S perry, Salem
J 0 ; it In Bagett, Salem 2 ; Ken
neth Bayne, Fairgrounds; Estill
I. runk. Salem 25; Hazel
Buckner, Salem 15; Leonard N.
- Fisher, East Mt. Angel. Declining
to serve were. DeLyle Dike, Mill
Cjity and!) Stella Miller, Turner,
Safety of your sa rings Is Insured
at Salem Federal. ISO S. Liberty.
On Blotter Charged" by city
polled with violation of basic rule
yesterday were Dick E. Park, 642
Edgawater street; Orville L..
Tuck, 1142 Hall street; Walter
U., Anderson, route three, and
John W. Simon, Albany. Zane B.
Russell. 1725 North Fifth street,
" was -charged with making an 11-
legal. reverse turn; C. C. Fisher,
1589 Market street, with running
through a red light, and Gordon
B. Crymes, St. Helens, with fail
ure i observe a stop sign.
ChertAse wsnted-R.A.V Lam., Bgs.
Willmtta Valley Prune Assoc
Roof.:1 Burns Salem firemen
were called yesterday to ex
tinguish a roof fire la a house at
1495 Edgewater street, West Sa
lem. Twf itoles were burned In
;tha roof. -
Jobs Roth, at the residence,
925 North Church street, June 7,
aged ?7 years. Survived by wife,
Mrs. Henrietta Roth of Salem;
daughters, Mrs. Dorothea Stark of
Salem, Mrs. Arnold Zuercher -of
Whitewater, Kas., Mrs. Anna Jose
of Dee Moines, la.; sons,. Dave
and Manuel Roth of Moundrldge,
Ka., John, Ted and W 111 of
Whitewater; 33 .grandchildren:
. brothers, William and Theodore
Roth of Salem, Charles of The
Dalies; sisters. Mrs. Elolse Stet-
, tier, Mrs. , Mary Broen Mrs. Ber
tha Barnett, all of Salem, Mrs.
Rose Rich of Orenco, Ore. Fun
eral services will be held Tues
day, June 11, from Bethel Bap-
' tlst church. Cottage and D streets,
'at S p.m., with Rev. John 01
thoff officiating. Interment In
Lee Mission cemetery. Clough
Barriek company in -charge.
John Wall Norwood, at the res
idence, routs four, Salem, June 7,
age 71 years. Survived by wife,
Mrs. Olive E. Norwood of Salem?,
daughters,! Mrs. W. H,- Batey of
Portland, Mrs. . M. Beckett of
Colorado Springs, Colo., , Mrs.
K. W. Harrit4Mof, Salem. Mrs. A. L.
Luraskl of Montana; sons. Fred
erick E. of Montana, Howard E.
of Tacoma, John W. of Salem:
sisters, Mrs. Clyde Apperson and
Mrs. ' WHIiam Dielschnelder of
McMlnnville, Mrs. Carl Ehrett of
California, Mrs. Homer Goulet of
Salem, Mrs,. James Justice of Se
attle, Mrs. Hugh Williamson of
Portland; brothers, William of
TODAY TUES. - WED.
i DOROTHY LAMOUR
i ROBERT PRESTON '
COMPANION FEATURE -Hash
LA ' CONGA KIGHTS,
JLASH TIMES TONTTE
- Robert Toons
"Brother Kal and Baby!
Priseilla Lane - Wayne Morris
& w . l
June 12 Kansas elnb of
Salem. Centennial meeting, KP
faauTV ' - 7
' June 11-17 Oregon state
July A Independence day.
July 31, Aug. 1-4 Salem
Naturalization Court Set
Pinal examination of applicants
for citizenship will take place be
fore Circuit Judge L. G. Le wel
ling beginning at 9 a.m. Friday,
It; was j announced yesterday by
county Clerk U. G. Boyer. Offi
cers from the naturalization bu
reau will be at the courthouse
here tomorrow and Thursday to
interview applicants and to give
reexamination where necessary to
persons who have already passed
Sewing, V alterations, remodeling,
mending, reas. 677 S. Comm'l.
Signals Health Exam Dr.
Vernon A Douglas, county health
officer, yesterday notified Coun
ty Superintendent Agnes t-C. Booth
that teachers' yearly health ex
aminations will include ! blood
test and tuberculin or, x-ray tests.
He stated, however, that teachers
taking f he tests last year will not
te required to repeat the blood
or tuberculin tests unless they
had been indisposed in hte mean
time. in any way.
Mineral baths and Swedish mas
sage for health and weight cor
rection. John P. Class Vapo-Path,
330 Bellerue. Phone 421,
Hill Files Costs Thomas B.
Hill Spent $196.34 'in his cam.
paign for mayor and the Hill for
mayor ciuo spent s 4 6.34, official
accounts filed with the city
recorder yesterday stated. Chand
ler P. Brown certified that he
spent no money in his campaign
for water commissioner.
Use your credit for Interior and
exterior painting and paper hang
ing. Harold Dunsmoor. Ph. 7447.
Fixtures Stolen Charles J.
Nadrornlk, 8 79 North Liberty
street, reported to police yester
day that a dash clock, ash tray
and heater switch were stolen
from his car while it was parked
in the 300 block on South Liberty
Tarnowski concert. Waller halL
tomorrow night 8:30. 50c and 35c;
Here This Week Miss Mignon
Dort, from the New York office
of the Barbara Gould beauty pre
p a r a tl o n s is at Quisenberry's
pharmacy for the entire week.
She will discuss make-up prob
lems and give demonstrations to
Every day is Father's day if father
wears Mark Twain shirts, $1.65.
A. A. Clothing Co., 121 N. High.
Chorus Ttecessee The Town
send chorus is recessing for the
summer months. The next meet
ing will be October 5.
Seattle. James of Caiifnrni 91
grandchildren and six great
granacnuaren. funeral services
will be held Tuesday, June 11, at
1:30 p.m.. from Conrh.nrr1V
chapel with Rev. Guy L. Drill of-
uciatxng. interment will be in Bel
crest Memorial park.
In this city. Mondav. Jnn 10.
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth (William
JJlllmon) Smith, aged 82 years,
late resident of irks
street. Mother of William E.
Smith, Miss Grace Elisabeth Smith
and Ray L. Smith, all of Salem,
Mrs. Elva Mae Walton of Mont-
clalr, NJ, and Paul R. Smith of
banta Monica, Calif. Funeral serv
ices will be held In the chapel of
the W. T. Risdon com nan t Wnd.
nesday, June 12, at 3 p. m., with
ur. J. tr. Harrison officiating. Con
cluding services City View cem
Delia Valllere, June t, at the
age of 99 years. Late resident of
Wlllamlna, Ore. . Wife of F. E.
Vallier. mother of Harnr of wn.
lamina, Edward of Hubbard.
Maude Munkers of Amity, Hazel
uarron or Portland, M y r 1 1 s
Hayes of Salem; siser of Mamie
Motherhead of Michigan. Memo
rial services will be h e 1 d from
the Ladd Funeral home Wednes
day, Jane 12, at 2 p.m. Vault
entombment in Mt. Crest Abbey
Carol Marie Nathman, Infant
daughter of Mr. and Mr. John A.
Nathman, 2119 Mill street, June
9, aged 2 days. Interment la IOOF
cemetery, by Clough-Banick com
pany. Deck j
Samuel James Dack, at a local
hospital, June 10, aged 67 years.
Survived by son Marion Leonard
Daek, and daughter, Mrs. Mildred
Burr of Hubbard road. Funeral
announcements later from Walker
Howell. Funeral home.
: , -Eaidlaw , j; i
Mrs. Cora Marie Laidlaw, for
merly of Portland, May 29 at
the residence in San Diego, Calif.
Mother of J. H, Laidlaw of Salem,
Mrs. Margaret Cailaghan of San
Diego and Mrs. 'Helen L. Scand
ling of Portland. Graveside ser
vices will be Wednesday, June 12,
at 2 p.m. at Belerest Memorial
park under direction of dough
Barrick company, with i Rev.
George H. Swift officiating. I
IRENE . CHARLES
Whesi Tomorrow Comes
Plus 2nd Hit
Gloria Jean In
Van Grt-y - Robert Camnking
. In Scott Case
Alleged Accident in Hirer
la Basis of Demand
. for Damages
Selection of a Jury, " opening
statements and plaintiff's prelim
inary testimony occupied the first
day yesterday of the damages
triafcof Mae O. Sdott vs. Don
Madison before Circuit Judge I
The plaintiff has sought dam
ages for injuries allegedly sus
tained when she was cut by the
propeller of defendant's motor
boat when she assertedly was
forced to dive from j the craft, at
She maintains that muscles and
nerves of the right leg were per
manently injured by the accident;
Madison, through his attorneys,
has alleged that the plaintiff was
one of seven girls taken aboard
his motor boat at their own re
quest, and that in diving off, the
plaintiff disregarded his warning.
,. The1 Jury yesterday inspected
the outboard motor itself, and
today will visit the scene of the
accident In the Willamette river.
Mary Jane Weathers vs. Rich
ard Weathers; divorce complaint
alleging cruel and inhuman treat
ment and asking $75 attorney's
fee; married September 6, 1937,
at Vancouver, Wash,
Julius F. Ulrich vs. Henry
Hochspeier; cost bill for first
CV WInfred Guthrie estate; fi
nal account of Wallace J. Guthrie,
administrator, shows $4691.12;
Christ Quallr legal, retired, and
Velma Sullenger, legal, house
keeper, both Silverton.
Oregon workers were warned
Monday not to migrate to Alaska
or any other section of the coun
try in search of Jobs without first
obtaining clearance through one
of the state's 21 employment of
The warning was issued by L
C. Stoll, state employment direc
Stoll's statement was prompted
by advices from Alaska that 'In
accurate information circulated
along the Pacific coast has re
sulted in an early rush of work
ers to the northern territory.
Advices received here from
Alaska Monday indicated there?
was a surplus of workers there
and a serious unemployment prob
Alaska officials said they would
notify the Oregon employment
service in event workers were re
Knife Slips Patrolman Clar
ence Wortle of the state police
received a cut from a carving
knife In an accident at his home
Sunday and required surgical
treatment at the Salem General
hospital where he is reported pro
10 cherry pickers wanted. 2 days.
Ph. 7694. K. B. Kutel 477 Ct. St.
Oil Roads East The county
road oiling crew yesterday work
ed on roads in the East Salem
area despite reports of an oil
shortage expected to develop in
the near future. Local operations
will not be seriously affected. It
Guardianship sale, choice residen
tial lots. North 20th, 21st and Ne
braska avenue. Guardian will be
on these lots this week. William
Schreiber, 1110 N. 21st street.
Credit Directors Meet Direc
tors of the Salem Retail Credit
association will meet1 at noon to
day at the Argo hotel to discuss
summer plans for the organisa
tion. President Walter Larson
will be in charge.
Has Perfect Record Irene
Stupfel of Hayesrllle, was gradu
ated from St. Vincent de Paul
parochial school with a record of
having been neither i absent nor
tardy In her entire school attend
Cherry pickers wtd. Bx 650, D St.
Club No. S to Meet Townsend
cluh No. 3 will meet tonight at
8 o'clock at 17th and .Court
streets. Refreshments will be
served and entertainment will be
provided by j. Van Lanen.
Return Home Mr. and Mrs. F.
M. Tatman have Just returned
from a five weeks itour which
took them through Kansas, Ne
braska and South Dakota.
Cuts Foot Jack Gosser was
treated by first aid men yester
day for a cut received on his left
foot while swimming in the Wil
Annual Kenwood blanket sals
month of June only. Select yours
now. Better Bedding store.
To Loe Angeles Wilfred Hage
dorn left last weekend for Los
Angeles where he will, be the rep
resentative of the Western Paper
Club Will Meefc Townsend
club No. 14 will meet at Liberty
hall Wednesday night at S o'clock.
The public is invited.
.hmmm. m "" .$mp ..
Goorge , Murphy
"Broadway- Melody '
RONALD . MARGOT
a. i ,
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Their trek to safety interrupted
planes overhead, a French refugee
The Salem Whlskerlno club will
aid in the opening day softball
parade tonight. According to I.
C. Bishop, stunt chairman of the
club, every Whlskerlcp member
will be present to create a big
showing. Tentative plans i call
for the use of a stagecoach to
haul Some of the Centennial
garbed women lnthe parade.:
The Whiskerinjs have invited
all women interested in Joining
an aujiliary to nlget with the club
at the Chamber of comnjerce
Wednesday night at 7:30. Spe
cial entertainment' will be pro
vided at this meeting.
A delegation from the Mplalla
Buckeroo will repay the ! call
which i was recently made by! the
Whiskerinos and will appear at
the meeting. George Stackman
chief long beard, has arranged to
entertain me visuqrs.
Today f'Typhoon" with
Dorothy Lam our, Robejrt
Preston and Lynne Ovlr
man. Plue: Hugh Herbert
14 "LaConga Nights" with
Constance Moore and Den
nis O'Keefe. j
Thursday Madeleine Car
roll, Brian Aherne and
Louis Hayward in My
Sba, My Son." Plus the
t March of Time "The Phil
ippines 1898-1946.' j
i CAPITOL I
Today "Florlan" with Rop
ert Toung and Helen Gil
bert. Plus "Torpedoed"
With, H. B. Warner aid
Richard Cromwell. 1
Wednesday Bob Burns in
"Alias thej Deacon" wih
Mischa Auer and Dennis
O'Keefe. plus "Brothjsr
Rat and a Baby" wltlh
Priscilla Lane; Wayne
Morris and Eddie Albeit.
Today "Broadway Mel
ody of 1M0" with Frd
Astalre, Eleanor Powell
and George Murphy. Plus
"Smashing the Money
Ring" with Ronald Rea
Thursday "Light that
Failed" with Ronald Cole
man and Ida Lupino. Plus
"Star Dust" with XJn4
Darnell and John Payne.
Saturday midnight show 4
"Northwest, Passage" with
Spencer Tracy, Robert
Young and Walter Breh
! LIBERTr i
Today "When Tomorrow
Comes" with' Irene Dunne
'and Charles Boyer. Plis
Gloria Jean in "The Uh
derpup" with Nan Grey.
Wednesday Pat O'Brien
and George Brent n
"Submarinoj D-l.,r Pli
"Hawaiian Nights" wifh
ah all star cast. 1 -
Friday Gene Autry in
"Blue Montana Skies"
with Smiley Burnett.
Plus Charlie Ruggles in
"His Exciting Night" and
Chapter t "Dick Tracyfi
G-Men." . , j
ay "Blondie Brings
Up Baby with Penny Sih-
Plus "VUlage Barn Danc4"
vrith Richard Cromwell;
Lulubella and Scotty,
Wednesday -U "Miracle on
Main Street with MargO.
Plus Victor McLaglen and
Jackie Cooper in ""The
Big Guy." I
Friday "The Llano Kid"
with Tito j Gulxar. Plus
Television Spy" with
William Henry, Judith
Barrett and! William Col-
Today "Lillian ! Russell"
with Alics Faya. Do!n
Ameche, Henry Fonda'
and Edward Arnold. Held
over. 1' . . -j
Saturday ; iEarthbouBd
with Warner "Baxter,, An
drea Leads; Plus "Son if
the Navy"' with James
.Dunn and Jean Parker. I -
-t J i.TT?TintT??5ffT.i
Finds Rehigo in War Zone Ditch
by German war I roadside ditch to hide until the bombers pass. Nets
family takes to a the two girls camouflaged under the blanket.
V of O Grants Degrees
To 28 Salem Students
Twenty eight Marlon county
students received diplomas at the
63 rd annual commencement ex
ercises at the University of Ore
gon In Eugene Sunday night.
Philip Barrett, son of Mr. and
Mrs. P. E. Barrett of Salem, re
ceived a bachelor of arts degree
in English. He has been, secretary
treasurer of Phi Mu Alpha, men's
music honor society and a mem
ber of the student Christian
council and of Theta Chi frater
nity. Degree of bachelor of science in
education was received by Gene
Beutler of Salem.
Also of Salem is Blanche Claire
Brown, who received a bachelor
of arts degree In journalism. The
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
A. Brown, Miss Brown has been
president of her living organisa
tion, Hllyard House, and a mem
ber of Mortar Board, senior wom
Bachelor of science degrees
were conferred on Bruce Page
Eckman. Harriett Eckman, Edith
3. Green, and Rosella Marion''
Heppner, all of Salem. Bruce
Eckman is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert L. Eckman and Har
riett Eckman is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wiseman of
Beaverton. : Miss Heppner Is the
daughter of Mrs. Ann Heppner of
Salem. Perfy T. Bnrea received a
bachelor of science degree in eco
Rose Ann Gibson, the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Duans Gibson
of Salem, was awarded a bachelor
of science in English degree. Her
living organization has been Hen
dricks hall, and she has had lead
ing roles in a number of campus
dramatic productions, Including
"Night Must Fall" by Williams,
and "High Tor" by Maxwell An
derson. A bachelor of science degree In
journalism was conferred on Da
vid Richard Compton, the son of
Mrs. Bertha Compton of Salem.
He is a member of Alpha Delta
Sigma, men's advertising frater
nity, and was on the advisory
committee for the senior ball.
Other Salem students who were
awarded bachelor of science de
grees in education are Gretchen
H. Kreamer. Norris Kemp and
Verne Joyce Newcomb. Kemp la
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian
Kemp, and Miss Newcomb's par
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Tern E.
Newcomb. Gretchen Spencer Pow
ellTrecelved a bachelor of arts de
gree in nursing education, and
Grace Katheriae C. Rhoades re
ceived a bachelor of science de
gree in English.
Also of Salem are Graduates
Charles : Gilbert Linch, James
Harold Nicholson and William
Bradford Rosaon, all of whom re
ceived bachelor of science in
business administration degrees.
Lynch is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Lynch, and Nicholson's par
ents are Mr. and Mrs, J. H. Nich
olson. William Rosson, who Is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh E.
Rosson, was a winner in the 193?
Jewett speech contest, the out
standing freshman, in freshman
military training, and outstanding
junior in ROTC. He is also a mem
ber of Beta Theta PI fraternity.
Phi Beta Kappa scholastic honor
ary, Scabbard and Blade military
honor society, the golf team, the
University of Oregon band, and
Beta Gamma Sigma, business ad
ministration' honorary. He was
recently awarded the William
Randolph Hearst medal and the
John J. Pershing medal for out
standing service In ROTC.
i; Ralph Melvln Severson of Sa
lem received a bachelor of busi
ness administration degree, and
Walter Kenneth Bush, jr, re
ceived a' bachelor of science in
buislness administration degree.
A bachelor; of science degree In
education was ! awarded to Etta
Pearl White of 8alem. Donald
Cobb Scott of Salem, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Scott, re
ceived a bachelor' of science la
nusle degree. He has been a mem
ber of , the university band, or
chestra, and Phi Ma Alpha, mu
sic honor society.
The retiring first vice-president
of the Associated Students. of the
University of Oregon Verdi S
; : TWO FZATUTJS
. LSUIGS UP H BAEN
;'. BABY J DAKCr
Mill TI Sffttwy-wMfyr.
I H.III in iii nirnnif w-ir i -iiim-m mxi
- , (
derstrom, received a bachelor of
science in business administra
tion degree. He has participated
in Intramural sports for three
years, has been a member of Sig
ma Chi fraternity, and of Skull
and Dagger, sophomore men's ser
vice honorary. He Is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Sederstrom of
Betty Leone Brown of Hubbard
received a doctor of jurisprudence
d e g r e e In law. Wilbur George
Wurster of Aurora received a
bachelor of science degree In ar
chitecture and allied arts. Gradu
ates from- Silverton Include Glenn
L. Briedwell, jr., the son of Glenn
L. Briedwell, sr., and a member
of Sigma Chi fraternity. He re
ceived a bachelor : of science de
gree in business administration.
Allen Leroy Shepard of Silverton
received a bachelor of business
administration degree. He Is the
son1 of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Shepard
and" a member of Beta Gamma
Sigma business administration
honorary. Virginia May Brown,
who received a bachelor of sci
ence degree In art, is the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Brown,
and a member of Alpha Gamma
Elderly Man Is
James 8. Bruce, 73, Portland,
died at the Salem General hos
pital early yesterday morning af
ter he was struck by a car driven
by Sol I. Blomberg, 1195 Sum
mer street, on the Pacific high
way north of Salem.
Bruce, who was hitchhiking his
way home after visiting relatives
in Salem, was walking north on
the west side of the highway and
jumped Into the path of Blom
berg's car as It aproached, Blom
berg told state police. He attempt
ed to avoid hitting the pedestrian
but was unable to do so. The acci
dent occurred about a mile south
of the Gervais cutoff.
The body was taken to Port
Official Count Is
Official tabulation of the re
turns of the last primary election
probably will be completed within
the next week, Dave O'Hara, in
charge of the state elections bu
reau, announced Monday.
O'Hara said all of the counties
had reported their returns. The
official vote on delegates to the
national party conventions will be
released Wednesday or Thursday.
Official certification of these
delegates will be signed by E. R.
Fatland, Condon, now serving as
Chief executive of the state pend
ing the return of Governor
Charles A. Sprague Who is in the
The tabulation, thus far com
pleted, indicates that the primary
vote was approximately 60 per
cent of the registration.
Auto Rolls Down
Grade; One Killed
CANTON CITT, June 10-p)-An
automobile driven by Harold
Wilson, Mt. Vernon, Wash., rolled
off a grade near here Sunday,
killing his wife, Josephine, 28,
and gravely injuring his 18-moath-old
The mother attempted to leap
to safety, Wilson said. They
had attended the celebration of
the 78 th anniversary of the dis
covery of gold here and were en
Wake up your
- Scotch Graham
- ct Your Grocer's
Growers . ;
Ballots Ape Mailed for
Hop grovers of the Salem
area will gather at the cham
ber of commerce tonight at 3
o'clock to discuss the proposed
hop marketing agreement, j
Romeo GouTey, representative,
to the state hop growers advis
ory committee tiom this district,
will preside at the 'meeting, and
W, H. Anderson, director of the
hope i stabilization corporation,
will explain the new agreement
and compare it with the 1939
agreement.' Discussion by grow
ers will follow. '
Ballots, through which grow
ers will accept or reject the
agreement, were mailed to grow
ers yesterday and are to be re
turned to the department . of
agriculture before June 13,
Similar meetings have been
held In Silverton, Mt. Angel,, St.,
Paul, Donald, Forest Grove, Al
bany, Grants Pass, Eugene and
Independence. Acceptance Of the
agreement has been Indicated in
the attitude of the growers at
tending these meetings, according
to officials who have attended
most of them.
C. W. Paulus, director of the
hop control board, is in Wash
ington, where he conducted ( a
meeting In Yakima last night and
will conduct one at Puyallup to
night. Play Is Scheduled
At Fairview Home
Work of School Children
to Be on. Exhibit)
Glee Glib to Sing
The public is invited to "open
house" and a play at the Oregon
Fairview home Thursday night at
8 o'clock. The work of the school
children will be on exhibit in the
school rooms. The program will
consist of a glee club recital and
the play, "The Pampered Darling."
The glee club recital will include:
"Stars Brightly Shining"....Bronte
"Gypsy Serenade" ... Ambrose
"When Cockle Shells Turn Sil
ver Balls" ..Moffat
"Fairies at Play" song and dance
; ...Maude E. Curtis
The play, written by Beatrice
McNeil, wU have the following
Connie Gibbons, Gertrude Mosier;
Janet Gibbons, Dorothy Lomker;
Mrs. Perkins, Ultima Delfavero;
Victor Gibbons, Donald Caseday;
Dudley Field, Joel Schipani; Jes
sica Bacon, Bertha Strausser; Joy
Gaylord, Elisabeth Hayes; Anna
belle Green, Millicent Harshber
ger; Norman Evans, David Shel
lito; Floyd Davis. Edwin Phillips;
Dr. Rudolf von Hapsburger,
Dr. Horace G. Miller is superin
tendent of the institution; Mrs. L.
Days Idleman Is principal of the
school, and Maude E. Curtis Is di
rector of music and dramatics.
4H Club Members
Leave for School
More than 200 Marion county
members of 4H clubs left yes
terday for Corvallis to attend the
annual 4H summer school held on
the campus of the state college.
With them went County Club
Agent Wayne D. Harding, and six
club leaders to act as chaperones
during the two week session. ,
Many of the students left by a
special train at 5:20 p.m., while
others reached Corvallis by other
means. All will be lodged on or
near the campus in dormitories
or fraternity houses.
Announcement was made yes
terday, Harding revealed before
leaving, of a summer school ra
dio program to be broadcast every
day at 7:15 to 7:20 p.m. over
Club members from each coun
ty will participate, he announced,
with the Marion county program
set for next Monday evening in
collaboration with Lincoln, Jeff
erson and Washington counties.
Polk county will join Deschutes
and Lake counties on Tuesday,
and Umatilla and Linn will share
the microphone on Wednesday.
Fined at Silverton
SILVERTON Frank Helvie
was fined 1 5 and costs by George
W. Hubbs, police Judge, Satur
day after being hailed into court
by the city police. :
Emphasize (he beauty of
your i now furniture .with
cxttToctly chosen wall
paper. Ellstrom's have the
proper paper for any
room In your house. Make
your home a place of
beauty . a place you
will be proud to show
' YOU'LL FIND A WIDE
SELECTION AT ELFSTROWS
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Bits for Breakfast
(Continued from sage 4)
That made quite a difference la
several paragraphs of Brosnan'a
book, so he hurried back the cor
rections in the proof-but th
book was already printed and
bound, and on the market, r
Some copies, in public libraries,
have been corrected; as all ought
to be. In tbe Oregon State Libr
ary, for one, the corrections were
made. .i ' - ' "i ;f i -f i ' '
',, ;xri(mm !!-' .;.,:-
The Brosnan book has several
paragraphs covering the period of
Narcissa Whitman's I visit to the
lower country In 1843, giving new
light, and additional facts. One
of these, follows: ! J
' . t the rnnm nriKJa a(vL
V" v ui,. .J4 aLsj hvvk
ties of Jason Lee during tbe turn.)
mer of 1843 was his inauguration
of the first, camp meeting for
white settlers held oh-r the Pa
cific slope. This religious gather
ing assembled Inhte attractiTe
portion of 01d-Oregon known as
the Tualatin Plains, 35 miles west
of Willamette Falls.
'The missionaries pitched their,
tents under the shelter of three
giant .trees, two towering 1 firs .
,and a stately oak. . j .
. "Jason Lee; Gustavus Hlnes and
H. K. w. Perkins, the prominent
Methodists present; and Harvey'
Clark, the, popular Congregational
minister who had settled on the
Tualatin Plains in 1841, were la
charge of the meeting." . )
; (Continued tomorrow.)
For Williatn V Tengue
Acting Governor E. R. Fatland
yesterday authorized the extradi
tion of William Virgil Teague, un
der arrest in Portland, . for rob
bery at Pekin, in. i
Offcfers arrived here Saturday
in quest of the prisoner. 1 '
by JOHN CUNTON
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Up in Scappoose ( that's not some
thing Indians carry on their backi.
It's a town in Oregon ) , there'i one
of the swell est couples you ever
met Mr. and Mrs. J.NKnusel, by
name. . I , ;
end Mrs; Km
I tek m H
jntany end ItelyJ
"frmm4 time, sew I
Tttsy had m
let ef seeiHnf
end pmi4 mt hifh s $1 eer ael
le fr selleL '
Then the war
and the Knu
sels started for
home In the
Rex along with
folks. The Rex was intended to
accommodate 7001 Well, any
way, now they're back home and
mighty glad of it.
see eeeet Ms yarn Is Mils. They
started et with m bread aewr
Dedee, And te be sere the the
Pedoe ? eeJy the eet Iver1e
tieev yew knew whet they ctMff
I think that's
the finest testi
monial I've heard for a long time.
; v. -Yew
see Trlten farms se very
Uttie eerhen Itself that It eliw
bee left by ether ellt, end Mew
It eet the exheest. This la aswelly
SMcemelUhed within tw te three
theetend mOes. Fine chenaes te
Pmrr, end everyhedy's henny,
Naterally, If yee start eet, as
Mr. Knw sef did, with Tr-Hen ye
never ee have any terhee war
Ha.Try Trltan next time. Yae can
bath feel end hear the difference.
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