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The jyeic Oregon Statesman, Salem. Oregon, Friday Morning ,'February 15 ,199 ' :
Community - Club j Plans
Monthly . Program to Pro
" vide Entertainment
ROBERTS.Teb. 14 (Special)
A Tery amusing klt entitled
"The Chinese Iiondry. was 1t
en by Mrs; Will Pettyjohn and
Georie Veoll at the community
club Saturday nifht.' Other en
joyable ltema on the program, were
a reading by Mrs. Harrey Scbae
bel and a Tocal number by Miss
Julia Query.- A. splendid program
Is being prepared for the next
club ; meeting on the fourth Sat
nrday of this month.
-Mrs. William Meier served a de
Melons luncheon to the members
of the O. T. club at her home in
Salem Thursday. Those enjoying
the occasion were - Mrs. W. V,
Johnson. Mrs. Bud Stutesman
Mrs. P. K ti cel. Mrs. F. J. Lain
Bon: Mrs. Flora Holler. Mrs. Alice
Coolldae. Mrs. C. W. Brown. Mrs
John Orshorn. Mrs. S. C. Daren
wort ' Mrs. Forest Edwards, Mrs,
Will Pettyjohn. Mrs. . Roy Rice
Mrs. O. D. Query and Mrs. Bud
Rtnteamm will entertain at the
next meeting February 21.
Toboxranine has been the most
attractive, recreation this past
week. Each night an Increasing
number of young and old assem
ble at the hill near the Hlgglns
home and enjoy real winter sport.
On Monday night nearly forty peo
- pie took part n ibe frolic.
Jack Henningsen spent Monday
night with his mother Mrs. Julia
Ilennlncsen. Mr. Hennlngsen has
hen In Washington all winter
and Is In Salem this week looking
after oronerty interests.
B. D. Fidler who was operated
UDon for appendicltles Monday
morning le getting along nicely.
Preparing for New Barn
Raphael Bettincourt is prepar
ing a foundation for a new barn
which he will build on the hill
south of his house.
Mrs. E. A. Goodrich, who has
hn Terv elck for some time, ir
Mr. and Mr. E. Williams of
Liberty district visited at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Raphael
Mrs. Leonard Zielke and son.
Buddy, are spending this week at
Tillamook, vteiting relatives.
Mrs. James Fidler who has been
staying with Mr. and Mrs. Bliss
Fidler for some time, went to Jef
ferson Sunday where she will
stay with her daughter Mrs. Maud
Mrs. William Faley of Albany
was a week-end guest at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Edwards.
Mrs. Jay Harneburger and Mrs.
Howard Bolger of Salem spent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. and
Mrs. Charlie Ekln.
Makes Plan For
SILVERTOX, Feb. 14. (Spe
cial) The Dorcas society of the
i Trinity Lutheran chureh is plan
ning a birthday social In the
; church parlor on February 22.
Each person 'will be asked to
j give pennies equal In number to
;the years they have lived. Each
month: of the year will be Tepre
I tented at a table with appropriate
j decorations for the month, and
iwill be presided over by some
member whose birthday Is in that
; month. The program will Include
numbers which will represent
I each month of the year.
I. Dialling is
i LINCOLN, Feb.v 1 4 . Special )
J. D. Walling was guest of hon
or at a party given at his home
Wednesday evening to celebrate'
his 72nd birthday anniversary.
Three , tables of . "500" ; were In
play. Alvin Madsen making high
score.. Mrs. J. p. Walling was
assisted at the luncheon by Mrs.
J. Fred Pnrvlne. Mrs. Jesse Wal
ling and Miss Georgiana Brlgga.
The guest group Included -the
guest of honor, Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Gerth, Mrs. Byron Harrltt,
Miss Jessie Harrltt, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Parnaenter and nephew
Buddy, all of Salem; Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Stratton, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Walling. Mr. and Mrs. Al via Mad
sen and sons Richard and "Robert,
Mr. and t Mrs. J. Fred Parvine,
Miss Georgiana Briggs, Clarence
Woelk and the hostess. J
All But 43 Registered From
: Oregon; Marlon County
Third With 60 -
BRUSH COLLEGE. Feb. 14
(Snecial) Bruste t?ollexe com
munity club gave a program -of un
usual Interest at its regular meet
ing Friday-night. 'Mrs. .Eleanor
Steirer and Mrs. Anne Irons con.
stituted the program committee.
Mr Si. Irons, who is principal of the
school, was in charge of the pro-
tram. The children of the primary
rooms have Just completed their
Japanese project work and gave
Japanese program. A model
Tapanese house, bridge and yard.
mr1e by the children were on dis
play. - -,,
The following program was glv-
?n: Twenty small girls ana boys
arrying fans and parasols sang a
Japanese sqng; eight Utlte girls
n Japanese costume game a Jap-
mese dance; three boys gave orig-
nal talks: Robert Ewlng spoke
on rice. Corydon Blodgett on tea
and Carl Slebert on 6ilk; little
uth Munsen ' gave a reading,
The Rlkisha Man." Mrs. A. E.
Uttley, In costume gave a vocal
number. "Japanese Love Song";
Mrs. C. L. Blodgett was offocial
accompanist for the musical num
J. B. Crary of Salem spoke on
the lives of Washington and Lin-:
oln and closed with some fine
eadings. L u n c h e o n was then
served by the boys and girls of
he primary room who were still
n costume. Airs. m. t: Aictaii
nd Mrs. Barbara Foch were on
be refreshments committee.
- OREGON. NORMAL SCHOOL.
Monmouth Feb. 14. (Special)
Statistic compiled at the office of
the Oregon Normal school's regis
trar show: that there are, 921 stu
dents registered here this term.
880 of whom have their homes in
Oregon. Multnomah, county leads
the' other counties with ISO "stu
dents, and' Polk comes second with
112. Marlon- third .with 60. and
Clackamas fourth with 50. Group
enrollment of the rarlouscountle.'
is ac follows:
Southern Oregon - Coos: IE.
Curry 0. Douglas 22. Jackson 4.
Josephine 0, Klamath 0. Lake 0;
Eastern Oregon Baker 7,
Crook 0. Deschutes 3. Gilliam 7,
Grant 15, Harney 4, Hood River
It, Jefferson 8, Malheur 4", Mor
row 11. Sherman 13. Umatilla 26,
Union 22, Wallowa 13. Wasco 18,
and Wheeler 2.
Northwestern Oregon Benton
26, Clackamas 50, Clatsop 34, Co
lumbia 29. Lane 41. Lincoln 13,
Linn 16. Marion 60. Multnomah
iu.. roik 112, Tillamook 4,
Washington:? 6, Tamhill 30.
yHas Meeting dt
?i SnivERTONtVpebif ? ItXtn.
Theodore Opsund - and Mrs. Nels
Henjun were hostesses' on Tues
day night at the. Opsund home to
the Immanuel Lutheran Guild
The members, their husbands and
friends present numbered f about
70. Following the regular month'
Iy business meeting, light refresh
ments were served. - "
The Guild was dlylded Into two
divisions, under the leadership of
Miss Henrietta Flnteth and Mrs,
Carl Loe. Miss Finseth's section
will meet at her home on Tuesday
night, February 19.: The division
headed by Mrs. Loe will meet with
her. on Tuesday, February 26;
Enjoy Trip to
AMITY, Feb. 14 (Special)-
About forty students of Amity
mgn school visited the legislature
and the state institutions at Sa
lem Wednesday. The party was
under th direction of J. K. Cam
eron, head of the history depart
ment, and consisted of students In
In . the civics and social science
classes. The trip from Amity to
Salem was made In one of the
I Btuuui nusses, . ariren Dy J. tn.
'Roth. ' - ..."
Wednesday and discussed the for
mation of a rabbit club with, pu
plla ; Interested, with the result
that A dub was formed. . Officers
reelected were Glen Looney; presi
dent; Cecil Luckey, vice presi
dent; Arthur Clemens, secretary.
; Members V are Louis' Zelinskl,
Clarence 4elinsklr Cecil Lnckey.
Santord Davls GIen1 Looney, Ar
thur Clemens - and frank Lukla
baL ' ' J -.7; " : '
" Mrs. O. O. Looney Vent to
Philomath to Tlslt her - son- Guy,
who has been' UL."-:',- ..v -
toganberry Men Agree to
Program Which Yields
; Larger Fruit ,
HUBBARD. Feb. 14 (Special) j
Members of the Berry Growers'
association met at the city hall,
Wednesday afternoon to decide!
the question of cutting back the
logganberry vines in order to et
a bigger berry as demanded by the
The canneries require a mini
mum berry one inch in length and
the best method of obtaining that
size Is, an important question to
" There was a large attendance
and after much discussion. George
Hall, the president, called for a
vote on the question. Every grow
er present, with the exception of
one. decided to try the experiment
of cutting back the. loganberry
Just Two Weelts Le2t o2 Oasr.
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New Rabbit Club
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HAZEL GREEN. Feb. 14. 1
(Special) Supervlsor.W. W. Fox
rislted the Hazel Green school
First Showing in Salem
Tailored Street and A Her noon
MONMOUTH. Feb. 14. r(Spe-
ial) A series of reading tests
being conducted in the normal
raining centers by C. A. Stan-
arood, who reports that after vis-
ting all the training departments
tie will have given about 900
ests on the second count. -En
rollment in the various schools Is:
Monmouth, 201, Independence,
340, Farm Home, 120. Valsetz
115, Rlckreall 65 and Falrplay 20.
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HUBBARD, Feb. 14. (Spe
;ial) Frank Lais, eight year old
n of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lais of
Needy, who has pneumonia, was
taken to the sanitorium at the
Hubbard Mineral Springs, Tues
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