The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, May 18, 1949, Page 3, Image 3

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    South Pacific
Pact Forecast
CANBERRA, Australia. May 17
(Jt Prime Minister Joseph B
Chifley said Monday plans for a
Pacific pact are under way. par
allel with corresponding planning
for the North Atlantic."
Chifley said in broadcast the
Music Festival Held
At Liberty School
LIBERTY -4 Liberty school held i
its My miiic festival Friday
night at the fhall. Many friends
and parents attended.
On the program was the "Star
Spangled Banner," suns; by Donna
Faye Behrens; tongs and dances
by the first grade; rhythm band.
scheme should be by agreement j second grade; tcowgirl dance. Joan
between Britain, Australia and Lustoff; songs. Indi"
New Zealand: thereafter, with the i hird. rtdi on nd "ItoIL"
United States and later with oth- rourxn rat nf mna couple
er nations with possessions in this
The prime minister told Aus
tralians "planning for the Pacific
area is proceeding parallel with
corresponding planning for the
North Atlantic in which Britain Is
a major participant and with whom
we. have the closest links as the
dance, fifth grade; Maypole dance,
fourth and fifth grade girls; cou
ple dance, third grade; square
dance , sixth grade, and a mixer
dance by the second and third
grade. I
predominant partner in British
commonwealth defense."
Many Grand VaudevilU Acts
Tiny Tot Fashion Revu
FRIDAY, MAY2 20, 8 P. M.
Salem High School Auditorium
(On Night Only)
Sponsored by:
West Salem Roy Scouts
Highland Mothers Club
Come Early No Reservations
7:30 P. M.
From Jhm Oregon Statesman's Valley Correspondents
Rickey Mothers Entertained by
Teachers, Pupils at Friday Tea
FOUR CORNERS Honor guests at a tea given on Friday at the
schoolhouse by the teachers and children were the members of the
Rickey Mother's club and mothers of the pre-school children.
Mrs. Emily VanSanten and Mrs. Robert Carson greeted about thirty-five
mothers and several pre-school children. A program was given
by the children, with Lee Cook I
AFL Carpenters
Work on Salvation
Army Building
as master of ceremonies. He also
made the welcome speech to the
mothers. Group singing, reading
and folk dancing by all the grades
made up the program.
Arthur Meyers, suburban prin
cipal, spoke to the mothers on
the present and future needs and
growth of the schooL He showed
a floor plan of the new Four Cor
ners grade school now under con
struction and explained the ar
rangements created to fit the needs
of the school He stressed the im
portance of voting at the school
The tea tables and rooms were
decorated in bouquets of spring
flowers. Girls serving were Janice
Phillips. Lolita Miller, Sheryl Hel
geson. Rose Dunigan, Judy Scott
and Barbara Burns.
Following the tea, the Mothers
club held a short business meet
ing. Plans for a benefit food and
mystery sale and school picnic
were made. The food sale will be
May 25 at the Portland Gas and
Coke Co. The picnic will be the
closing day of school June 1 at
the school house.
Several carpenters of the local
AFL union joined men of the
Portland local Saturday to donate
work on the new recreational
building at the Salvation Army's
Trestle Glen summer camp near
This Saturday men who wish to
donate work were asked to contact
Captain R. B. Lesher who will
transport them to and from the
Groups from Salem will parti
cipate in summer camp activities
at Trestle Glen during periods be
ginning June 22.
'Wins Honor
Kl 02 D L3 E
Matin May 14.15-21-22
May 14 to 22
V Pa
150 Cowboys
V 50 Brahmas
150 Wild Bronca f
-V 75 Texas Longhora Dodging St
if 50 Roping Calve
Roberts Graduating
Class Honored at
! Farewell Picnic
ROBERTS Seventh grade
pupils of Roberts school gave a
farewell picnic honoring the eighth
grade graduating class Friday af
ter school. Mr. Henry Query ac
companied the group to Mill Creek
where the picnic was held.
Seventh graders Included Rich
ard Heyden. Shirley Pickerell. Jo
anne Evans. Carol Ann Earnest,
Raymond Bohanan. Allen Edge;
eighth graders included Mary Lou
Holcomb, George Shattuck. John
Pickerell .Georgie Ann Johnson,
Dorathy Salchenberg.
Judy Hanna celebrated her
birthday Friday by serving ice
cream and cake to all of her
schoolmates at Roberts school.
1941 CmptWtf for tfc 0mplwle
$1 1,375 IN PURSES
sfC9 saWltaf aWVsTS
Wtly aWCBAT, CWw
SOWtftY, WWe
. . Ne Advance In Prices!
year-old Merle Bareback Elder!
Special Attraction .
Little Beaver. Sensational
TKr Hn ? tfce Paw Mv(nj Watra Act
lnd Orr and Mm Chk PayabU tot SHSINt HIADOUAITISS. 4J0 S. W.
SIXTH AVI., POtTlA.N0. IkUm Sump.t, 1H-A4tw4 Si4-- MUCH fT I.)
iMiMti $30 NtrtT lmi $t.40
Ptrsl 4 $3 00 1h ln. 1.S0
Scotts Mills Garden
Club Names Officer
named fdr the Scotts Mills Beauty
and Utility Garden club are pres
ident, Mrs. Oliver Brougher; vice
president, Mrs. Mike Landwlng;
secretary, Mrs. Clifford McMorrls;
treasurer, Mrs. E. A. Doolittle. The
meeting was held at the home of
Mrs. Brougher.
The retiring president, Mrs.
Doolittle, was presented a plant,
the choice of variety to be her
own, in recognition of her three
and a half years service.
Van Garders Buy
Silverton Home
SILVERTON Mr. and Mrs.
John Van Gorder of the Silver
ton Hills district have bought the
Ingvald J. Gunderson place on
Koons street and will move In
soon. Their son-in-law, Hillman
Lovelien, bought the 42 acres the
Van Gorders had farmed for the
past 10 years. Ill health necessi
tated Van Gorders retiring from
the farm.
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Clara Brewv
Gervais Man "
Seriously 111
In California
GERVAIS Word has been re
ceived that Henry Stege, South
ern Pacific section crew foreman
who was transferred to the com
pany's hospital in San Francisco.
Calif-, last week is in critical
condition. Mrs. Steger accompan
ied her husband.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kuhn and
Ray -have returned from Los An- j
geles, Calif., where they attended)
the funeral of their eon and I
brother. Eddie Kuhn who died!
suddenly. He is survived by his j
wife and four children. Eddie spent ,
his boyhood in Gervais. j
amen. Oregony Woncay, Mfffi f
Dinner Planned by
Salem Heights Club
Heights Community club will meet
Thursday for a covered-dish din
ner at the hall at 6 o'clock. This
is family night, and Mrs. Uye
Bayne is in charge; of the din
ner, f ' "
There will be an election of cf
ficers, and any question 'on tho
consolidating of the school district
with the Salem city schools w ill I
answered. Marjorie Dunn is lm
charge of the program.
Salem Heights-Prospect
Unit to Meet Thursday
LIBERTY The Salem Heights
Prospect extension unit will meet
Thursday at the Salem Heights
hall at noon for a covered dish
Eleanor Trindle," Marion county
home demonstration agent, will
present the project ""Conserving
You." New officers to be installed
are chairman, Mrs. W. J. Hall;
ice chairman, Mrs. E. L. Grey,
and secretary -treasurer, Mrs.
Ralph Maude.
Members will fill out coopera
tive reports and vote on the pro
jects for the coming year that
have been prepared by the county
Elkhorn Woman to
Attend Rebekah Meeting
ELKHORN Mrs. Ike Myers
left early Monday for North Bend
where she will attend the state
convention of the Rebekah lodge
Alan Ray, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louie Rae. was struck on the
forehead with a rock last week
while several children were
throwing rocks in the creek. Five
stitches were required to close
the wound.
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'Tried it? Say, me'n Acme j
arc going steady!" j
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"How come? Thought you
bad another favorite that you
always ordered." J
T did, till Ibny'n me got !
arguin'. He bet me I'd pickj
Acme if I didn't see the!
Ubcls." j
Slorj-brerjod for
T)id ya?"
'Ju$t like that ! From now on
I'm paying no fancy freight
charges on beer. Me 'n Acme
arc going steady. An' I'm
savin money."
"Not bad for a blind date!"
"Brother, you can say that
McDonald Candy Co. Distributor
Ah a tmwt, fmmt IS
mmJ tmt amss, BmjH
arsMV mw4 eceoeawa,
DALLAS, Mav 17 -(Special)
The office of City Auditor Wil
liam Blackley in Dallas city hall
wfll be closed for one week start
ing Thursday. May 19 while he
is on vacation, city authorities
announced Tuesday.
Valley Births
SILVERTON Born at the Sil
verton hospital May 17, a daughter
to Mr. and Mrs. George Wright
and May 14 a son to Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Brown.
miJLAMINA Mr. and Mrs.
J: E. Downing of Grand Ronde
are the parents of a baby daugh
ter, who was born April 29 In a
McMinnville hospital, and weigh
ed 7 pounds 11 ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Leathers
of Willamina are. the parents of
a daughter, who weighed 7 pounds.
4 ounces, and was born April It)
in McMinnville.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnstone
of Willamina are the parents of
a son, born May 7 and weighing
i pounds. 10 ounces.
Nt tituth n fny. f'kn tiumk
n tar star Am mttJt, I takt
ptntt sJt Mf Ftntisc Jeslrr'i fm
by Pontioc
Service Experts
N. Liberty St
Free ttck-ap an4
DeliTery Serrice
Independence High
1949 Salutatorian
Is Clara Brown
Brown, salutatorian of Indepen- j
dence high school's 1949 senior j
class, has been awarded a cer- j
tlficate of recognition for her ,
work on the school paper. It was ;
announced this week. I
Miss Brown received her ;
award from the University of
Oregon chapters of Theta Sigma
Phi and Sigma Delta Chi. wom
en's and men's national journal
Ism fraternities.
East Salem Club
Has Family Night
EAST SALEM The family
night supper for members of the
Merry Minglers was held at the'
Mayflower hall Friday night.
In attendance were Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Wagers, Mr. and Mrs. Co
vil Case, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Page, Shirley, Eddie and Marilyn
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fabry and
Joanne; Mr: and Mrs. Wade Car
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Keppinger,
Pat. Gary Lee and Tony; Mrs. Dan
Scharf. Mrs. Vicar Wagers, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Pickerel. Leigh
and Sue Joe; Nancy Whitmore
and Don Barkley. Social games
and cards were played for enter
tainment, with Mrs. Carter in
You nood a ComprehonsiT Personal liability Policy
If yout
1) Maintain a roaidonco !
1) Hot guests call at your homo j
t) Are a ports nthusiast
for dolaUs.
373 N. Church Phono 3-9111 L Salem
Offlcoe In: Salem. Coos Bay. Myrtle Point Gold Beach r
Zena Girl Honored
At Birthdav Partv
ZENA Mrs. Phillip Brandt
was hostess at a party Friday at
the school on the fourth birthday
of her daughter Lark. Refresh
ments were served, to the young
honor guest. Lark Brandt. Hal
Washburn. Joyce Banner, Wilma
Hlgley, Lyle. Dorothy and Jean
Dickenson. Lynn and Leonars
Sundvall. Phillip and Billy Brandt
and the teacher, Mrs. Lloyd Allen.
Recreational painting is prov
ing to be of great interest to
pupils of the Zena school who
have received their third lesson
from Mrs. Lloyd Allen and Mrs.
Phillip Brandt. Classes are held
each Wednesday.
In 1883, on a hunting trip to
the Badlands of North "Dakota,
Theodore Roosevelt helped trail,
capture and transport to Jail three
Detroit Man Injured
In Logging Accident
DETROIT Gordon Brown re
cently cracked a bone in his ankle
when he Jumped off a truck while
working for the Mt. Jefferson Log
ging company at Lyons. He has his
foot in a cast and will not be
able to work for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur (Curly)
Edwards visited in Virginia City,
Nev last week.
1 ' !
Was advertised in yesterday's Statesman as "reduced from
$409.95 to $209.95."
It should have read "reduced from $409.95
to $299.95 - - a saving of $11 0.00."
NOTTINGHAM, England-oP-A j
six-week-old pup named Pat put J
his head through a metal hole in
the base of a water heater. He '
couldn't pull it out.
His owners. Mr. and Mrs. E. :
Robinson, and a couple of work
men pulled and pulled gently
but couldn't get him unstuck. Then
they studied and studied.
Finally somebody got a bright
idea and freed him with a simple
twist of
O rowers having berries not under contract plea so contact
us at
Terminal Ice & Cold Storago
249 D Street or Call 3 4590
a can opener. 1 lggggmggSBtlMKKBttBOMBBSSmSSB " r-'n I
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How George and Jean won 2,000 college scholarships
These tworouog TXesterners, Jean Hath
awar of Chico, California, and George
Emde, Jr. of Lodi, California, will begin
college next fall with the help of $2,000
scholarships awarded by Standard of
They were chosen as outstanding among 4-H Club and
Future Farmers of America members who raised and
showed their own livestock at the recent Grand National
Junior Livestock Exposition in San Francisco. Four other
scholarships of $1,000 each were also awarded to Mary
Lee Hay of Lovelock, Nevada;. Robert Young; of Quincy,
California; Ralph Boyd of Lancaster, California; and J tines
Buell of Buellton, California.
Scholastic ability, leadership, personality, records in club
projects were all considered by 4-H Club and F. F. A judges.
We'd like to say "Good Luck!" to George, Jean, Mary,
Robert, Ralph and James. We know they'll do a fine job
in school.. .and later aa good citizens of the West,
Standard Oil Company of California
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