Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, December 17, 1953, Page 11, Image 11

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    Tfcuraday. December 17, 195S
TBI CAPITAL- JOURNAL, Bales., Oreffla
PC 11
JIBUCAL EVENT DFPirrm
EM
am i a n nil i nr. nimr.
JM gl hundreds of Penney ways to say
erry
Open Till 9 P.M. Tonight!
Or
Wihristmas
I
Photo ihowt scene of Joseph, Mary and the Christ
child In the stable described In the Bible, which hat
been let up in front of the Polk county court house it
Dallas again this year. The scene is the work of a group
of public spirited Dallas church workers.
Nativity Scene Attraction
Ut Dallas Court House
Dallas The Nativity scene
fcet up again this year in front
ft the Polk county court house
Is attracting large numbers of
feersom who stop to inspect it,
rarucularly when it is lighted
t night.
The scene was originally
conceived by the Christian Bus
iness Men's Community club.
The project was started last
rear under the leadership of
Bonn Radke, Frank Wall and
Leighton Dashiell. Mr. and
Mrs. Ervln Neufeld laid the
foundation, rupervised the
kvorkers, and themselves do-
hated much of the labor.
The scene was originally cop-
led from a Christmas card por-
10th Driver
Fails to Pay
H The arrest of Paul Ballard
Cunningham, route 4, has
brought to 10 the number of
drivers arrested in the past six
days on municipal court war
rants charging failure to pay
their parking tickets, city po
lice records reveal.
Twenty-two warrants were
Issued against drivers who have
ignored letters and warnings to
pay bail or fne on tickets they
received.
I Several of the drivers have
only one or two tickets which
they have failed to pay and
ihose arrested have posted the
bail of S per ticket. Some,
however, had as h i g h as IB
tickets on which they had not
paid bail or fine.
The other 12 warrants are
still pending against those per
sons who have failed to heed
requests to pay. Bail on tickets
increases from 50 cents on the
first day to SI for the next 48
hours to $2 for the next five
days and then is set at $5.
Cunningham posted $55 bail
after his arrest and appeared
in municipal court Wednesday
where he was fined $22. Ralph
J. Hughes, 630 Marion street,
holder of the IB tickets was
fined $75 last week.
trayal of the scene. The fig
ures are blocked out on graph
paper and produced according
ot scale drawing. The figures
are Mary, Joseph, the Christ
Child, a donkey, three turtle
doves and two chickens.
Ed Friesen was the model
for Joseph. A frame was made,
by shaping wire over his body,
the frame being fastened to an
other wood frame, and stiff
wrapping paper was woven
through the wire.
Mary was constructed in a
kneeling position and 'several
stand-ins acting as models were
required.
When the figures were com
pleted they were driest in
Frank Neufeld's dehydrator
for a week at 150 degrees, then
painted.
The men of the Christian
Business Men's club built the
background.
A floodlight covers the
whole scene.
in later years the group
hopes to complete, the Christ
mas story in similar manner.
Loucks Reappoints
3 Board Members
Three reapponitments t o
city boards and commissions
were made Wednesday by
Mayor Al Loucks.
Robert T. Stanley was reap
pointed a member of the Plan
ning and Zoning Commission.
Mrs. C. A. Downs and Lester
Barr were reappointed to the
city library board.
Stanley has served as chair
man of the zoning commis
sion's subcommittee on rezon-
ing and had much to do with
preparation of the new code.
The mayor has not yet made
an appointment on the zoning
commission to replace Frank
M. Guerin, who resigned be
cause he is being transferred
from Salem to Oakland by the
Southern Pacific company.
The "State of Rhode Island
and Providence Plantations"
is the official name of Rhode
Island.
North Marion
Hiah Activities
Hubbard On the North
Marlon un(on high school
honor roll for the second six
weeks were 10 freshmen, "16
sophomores, 10 juniors and
seven seniors.
Freshmen were Carl Free
man, Vernon Gooding, Doro
thy Hostetler, ' BiU Jeskey.
Betty Jo Keil, Carolyn Len
hardt, Wayne Lowrie, James
Morrison, Phyllis , Nybakke
and Kenneth Rose; sophomres
included Nella Barnedse, Jack
Berkey, Jeanette Bunn, Sally
DeArmond, Marian Feller,
Sandra Halstead, Ronald J ex-1
key, Jeanette Jones, Frances ,
Kleczynskl, Wendell McLin. I
Judith Philllpson, Edna Mae
Riddle, Melvin Schmidt. Ken
neth Spence. Janice Wenzel,
and Roy Will; Juniors were
Dan , Blake, Barbarea Cole, i
Sandra Eppers, Angela Kru-1
picka, Ralph Merrill, Lyle
Myers, Janice Smith, Naomi
Westwood, Donna Yergen and,
Geraldlne Zehner; and the
seniors included were Joanne j
Evans, Marjorie Jeskey, BiU
McNary, Janice Ray, Evelyn
Taylor, Mildred Westwood i
and Joan Zehner.
The North Marlon union
high school chorus will pre
sent a short program of
Christmas music at the Hub
bard and Aurora grade
schools Thursday afternoon,
Dec. 17. They will sing at
Hubbard at 2 p.m. and at Au
rora at 2:45 p.m.
MT. ANGEL POST OFFICE
Mt. Angel Leonard A. j
Ficker, postmaster, announces
that for the convenlenve of the
public, the Mount Angel post
office will remain open on Sat- j
urday, Dec. 19 until 5 o'clock i
p.m., so that patrons may avail j
themselves of this opportunity j
to mail their Christmas parcels j
and cards.
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