AGE SIX THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1919. Mis wca the girl and bou?Li llie car. Cf cosrse it's a - CHEVROLET Sakra Automobile Co. ' .V ' I I ' I'll ,5a "fltis 15 to be Vier CB.C if GREATER IffTERESTJN CLUB WWMB Summer School Instruction To Spur Boys and Grls To New Efforts. There will be fresh interest in the euming State Fair among the loy an I Kill uf the of fnt Marion tli.it rountv because BOUND COAST LEAGUE BASES ready has, ho expects tu complete It course iu two years. The vocation work to be taken up by Mr. ISmith couies under the new course established at the 0. A. C, whereby, t'-achcrs are educated to teach uudei i (By I'uited Press.) tun provisions of the Smiths Hughes Yesterday ' winners: Vernon, Sac- act. Since the passing of this ait, i ramenttf, l-oa Augelos. th.-r. hn i areHt ilnnmml for u- Unmt tuns: IMVormer, Timers. rational teachers, aiwl it in t0 prepate ' ' "I1 Iluviu hold the indicator on himself that Mr. Smith will take hi. iho! Poithind-Salt Lake game, with ram Tl'm .,we.n, nf'wr. Smith will 1... 'riitrtiii desperate ttcmpt by ,.i,.,.i,.,l liv tho pniintv iomil limiM I Huinier to rally in the seventh, consisting of county superintendent ''"-" wo. their first game ol Smith, John W. Kelli. of feott. Mills, , i H . Industrial CUil) milkers will nwii ho mi their way tu the summer school at , 'n.-mlli as the result of wiunhtg (iri i last fall at the fair. Thin means two week of instruction and obser vation that will strengthen their en enthusiasm in the work. This year, with fur more favorable conditions Mil large addition to the Club mem bership, there should be a much larger tint of entries from the Industrial Clubs than last year, especially from the Pig i -lulls, as this 'branch of work i. more aihuiiccd than any oilier. Opportunities for pri.e winning among the young people will be even broader this year than ever before, and especially for the girls, as in ad iluiou to tku regular lines of domestic .ieiiee, needlework, etc., there will De an opportunity for tlicin to get into the floral exhibit in pertain classes. Tim flower section this year is to -M iiih'iu muir I'luiiuurni inilll flvi licfore according to C II. (!laney, who is !lu siiperinteiiili-nt of exhibits. A loni( lint of pti.os lias been proviilcil fur bent ilispliiys of ro.-cs, carnations, K'M'liiili-s, clir hHiilhciiiiiiiis, and other (lowers. Flower fanciers of the city will be especially Interested In the gladioli competition, in which only Hn'emiloa am eligible and in which the Jrwin lriffilh cup is the chief trophy aspired to. The highest prir.es in other ncnerul contests for profes sionals l ."ill. There is close competi tion this year &mui the state Institu tions for the clip offered by the llart inan .lewelry Company for the finest j.-. i, -ml puliiliii. I , - year the trophy a held by the siatc Hospital, noted for flural display upon its grounds. la this connection it should be noted l!i, 1 1 uiiumuil aucmioii is to ba given to t'loinl work about the fair bnililinifs. Wink upon this phase U already under I way ii, the visitors this fall wiH find theiiist'lves iu a veritable flower iiui.lcn ainiiiiK the main buildings, Amoiiif other attractive features will be a pool of water lilies. (.;. W. Hubbs of Kilverton, J. W. Alex- . "' "" ' , . : , . ...jk.'j t !... .j ua.v the thirteenth niiiii'r hi niiii ii vhiiih Hitur it'll xj. orutL ui large group of ,l.Ucrtr. Deacon Dobson wasn't a happy combination. The Arbuckle troops pranced awav with the game. 1 to 1. Although nothing is mentioned in the dispatches about the umpires, the Angels won from the Commuters 4 to 2. t I fir I n .i n lAhn lv I mtH Kociirs; v-.iti Li. k, i..a iicui-.i.j VOWWW T.ilin W. I.. Smith, who lias served i.s county supervisor of schools for tie past cinht years, has presented his tes ijj'tntinn to the menibeii of the county (durational board, effective July 1. Mr. Kmith is leaving In order to Inks up siH'cinl tinly in vocntlonnl apricul lure at the Oregon Agricultural eolhye. Ho will take up the work this summer prciianitory to study in the rcgiltif looihO Ibis winker. With ercdlts lie al- I DIG FOR YOUR FOOD , It will taste all th better says the National War Garden Cemmuslon, of Washington, which will help you dig by lending you a garden book (or a two-cent sump to pay pottage. This little bird must delve and dig, to find a worm or catch a pig, to feed th' hungry mouths you sen, a-gnpln' wide Iu this old tree. 8 lie has to rise at halt past four, when she'd much rather lie and more, but aha's a worker from 1'odunk, and ne'er from duty will she flunk. She sets th' pace for Mr. Mann, who buyr his eatln's la a can, until hn sees how nimbly cheap, this littlo bird her young ran keep. He thinks about bis borne grown flock, and Blurts at one to takln' stock, end figures out how ho can save, by rnls ' tu' stuff th' stomal ha crave. And than ha starts his seeds to buy, and ' digs hit garden plot on high, thou i throws his Joints right Into low, aud ' etmle.htwe y etnrls his seeds to nrow. Now Mr. Mann la feelln' big, bdeanen ' he-like th' bird did dig, and soon hi.i llvln' cost be'U cut. by gottln' cut o' buvlii' rut. Tu' garden now is doln' fli". and booii his little flo k w"l di !. n honir xiown eats frr frmi th' ' ill, wnere father earnci 'cm v. .iu Ins tuil. When you ase Journal classifi ed sdi get what yon want thisia i they work fast. MS H -a) p i i 1 I :i Cherries Pears 1 and all kinds of Berries We are contracting Royal Ann Cherries 8c lb. Rings, Lamberts ....... .8c lb. Other Varieties ... 5c lb. Strawberries 12c lb. Red Raspberries 12c lb. Black Cap Raspberrics .lOc lb. Blackberries (Lawtons)..8c lb. Gooseberries 5c lb. Loganberries 8c lb. Evergreen Blackberries..6c lb. Bartlctt Rears. . . .$G0 per ton We furnish boxes and crates. Strawberry crates for sale. Come and See Us Before You Sell. 1 591 MANGIS BROS. VT:t rehouse High and Ferry Sts. PHONE 717 (;i ', f 512 State St. Salem, Oregon DAiLASjeS. fCapital Journal Kiwflial Hervice) Jlullss, Ore., June 14. The following new eases were riled with County Clerk Floyd X. Moore iu the Circuit Court fur J'olk county: J. W. llrowa vs. Itobort Ii. Xnngles at; (Mevt I. bhepherd ys. ,'alvin I). Hhepherd, di vorce; (!. Ij. Orider vs. Mrs. Anna Woods, action for money; Nellie Titus vs. John Titus and 'Mary Tilus. The cases will be heard before Circuit Judge Harry II. 'Uelt at the next term of Circuit Court. Mr. and Mrs. Ocrte Museott left this week for Vallejo, California, in hope that Mr. Museott 's health may be benefited. Mr. and Mrs. Karl (tee and little daughter of Wheeler are the guests or relatives in lalla this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. h. Huehren and Mrs. Nancy Hi own are attending the l'ort land Rose 1'estival this week. Miss Hawl Knight who hits been teaching in the ac.liools of Center !iut for the past school year has returned to her home ia Dallas for the summer vacation, Kugeue Il.iyter and W. ,'. Vassal! of the Oullas City and the Iallaa .National Hanks are attending a meet ing of state bankers in Portland this week. Mrs. Ham Klliott f iCorvallis was guest the first of the week at the home of Captain aud Mrs. Conrad "!sfrin, il'iofcssor It. C. Dykslra, principal of the ITmsjtilla ehool is visiting with his family in this city, the school iu that city having closed for the summer vacation. .Miss Luella Ward of Falls Citv was la!las shopper this week. nun. v. i,. uawiey ot McCov waa a county scat visitor the first of the week. Fred A, Kose a prominent stock raiser of the Kickrcall neighborhood wn. a Jhillas visitor this week. Mr. and Mrs. H, . Huts were in Portland this week attea'limr the Port land Hose IFontival. Miss Maude Rolicrtaoh will go to Salem Monday to accept i position in the I'attim Itook Store. Mis Rob ertson has been a clerk in. the llaytor llmk store ia this eity for the past two years. Rev. and Mia. Chas. P. Johnson at tended eereise at the Willamette I'niversitT in rialem, Tuesday night. Miss Katherine Reese of Portland was in the cirv this week, a guest of Or. ami Mrs. 1 A. lUilliiun. DONALD CTS NOTES. (Canltal Jiiurnsl Shh-isI S.-t i,-e ) lioiia.il, June 14. PonaUlites were fuituiiatc enough to get a good view of the airplauea as they flew to Portland from Salem oa Tuesday. K. (1. Lock and son resched Donaid last week from Kansas City, Mo., ha' inn driven over tand in their auto. Tiny slopped two weeks in Ksiishi. and leisurely viewed Colorado. Utah. Idaho us they passed thiough. In all they -pent sis weeks on the war. Sunday June Mh was Children's day at the Donald Kunday school, the follow iug program was rendered to a well pb'HM-d atiiiieneet Hong, America; pray er; solo, 0en the iHnir for the Chil dren." Rul h Yergen; dialogue, 0iea th !uor for the t'hilien, junior r!aa; recitation, The Sun, by Kldor Cone; song, intormediate flans; Bring dlad tit-sa to Others, dialogue by four boy;! recitation, Sylvia Sibley; solo and duet,! Mrs. Thurston Yergen and Ruth Yer- j ; reeitaliwa by tsre girls; offering; solo, llcrnice Feller; song and prayer; iid cares for Von and Me. primary tHUMijEiMkaW ssl Let us Save You Money on your Refrigerator f sLstasaT ri Werepresent 4 of the lead ing Refriger ator factor ies in America d T'rl raft alW . I America j jPi ST0RES class. After, the program the children jKi May with their parents, about 100, went to Drun park where thev had a fine bask et dinner. It being Children's day they were first served to their hearts con tent. When the afternoon was quietly I Miss Mnrcnrot HcnllArd was also ' anarA the teAchem fnr the e.nmin vaay T ,1 v. T J T ... ' . . " " " 'r " , ""wy P'-K'"t irom MooJbura. tiiif9 ij6r(rat Bcollard fo, the advane- were in Donald Saturday. While here! Tlll m.,l0(l, board met Moll(lay eve. pd gra(lps aa Miss Hanel Cone for th. .Mr. l argo sold a large band Of sheep ;llinif RI,d ..o.pieted the unfinished primary, with the prospect ef another Mrs. Frnnk T ill..,, ralrn...1 In spent all went to their homes feeling i i,ni i r...,va. ani .,, , it was good to hare been there." ier n-nding several days with her pwe Dan Jenkins of Pendleton ia visiting ' ents, Mr. aud Mrs. W. M. Johnson. his sister, Mis. Worl. j Mr nJ Mr. vimore wcr. Wooilburn A eomniuiLity meetinir was held in i visitors Saturday. business for the school year, also en-1 teacher being needed Inter. A PeHart hall Saturday evening, under the auspices of the pareut-tenchers as sociation which was enjoyed by all. The following varied program was given and henrtily entered into by all present: Community sing; recitation, Mrs. John Miller; song, Ruth Oeer of Woodburn; reading, 0. 0. Freeman; tug of war, Leon Rice and Earl Curv cr, Mr. Carver being the winner; read ing, Lady of the Lake, Mr. Golding; farce, Honeymoon Race, cast, Mr. and Mrs. 0. O. Freeman, Mr. and Mis. J. ('. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Yergen. Messrs Wool and two sons,, Morgan and son and Ham Jenkins attended the Rose show Thursday. Mrs. ). O. Freeman and sons Waiter aud Hilly took the' early morning truin Thursday to Portland to spend several days. Beit O. Uroyles and H. F. Seoiiard of Woodburn were iu Donald Wednesday p. m. putting up posters for liie Sal vatioii.ariuv drive, June S?d; ttl'o net-' vertising a big meeting at Woodburn' on the liith. -i The Ladies aid society met iu the basement of the church Wedmsday p. m. They have quite a lot of work on hands they are trying to finish up he fore berry picking begins, and. will meet again Wednesday l(tlh. Clarence Mayes had as his guests last Kunday K. M. Mayes and wife, Wm fi. Mayes and wife. B. P. Cornelius, Juanita Mavs. Davtoa Mavs. Evelvn Jim Smith of St. Paul shipped a ear load of stock Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. tlwell were Donald visitors Saturday. Miss Mildred Cooper and Francis V. Gnlloway of The Dalles were guests of Mrs. John R. Kraus Sunday. Mrs. Fred Ucnts returned Wednes day from Portland hospital, where she has been for some time. 8ho was ae eompnnicd home by her daughters, Mrs. Loren Oeisy and Miss Bents. Mr. and Mrs. C. Oeer and baby RirlJi were Donald visitors Tuesday. Win. Burke and Miss Alice Fike of Portland were dinner guests at the Bungalow hotel Htmdnv.. Mr. Burke had been looking over his farm nem Donald. D. H. Diamond of .Lnn? & Co . T. TT, Kchsffer and W. R. Muir of Liggett : Mvers, dcre doi'ig business in Don aid; Mondav. i Mis Louise Austin of Albany arW- . d SvidriT evrnlng to be the gui st of J Mrs. F. K. Osborne dnrinjf the wei k. I Mrs. Hurley and two children and Mr. S'd Mrs. Morriwn of Portland were meats of the Pete Feller family ovr the m-ck end Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Feller spent Pan-1 daT in Silverton. ! Mr. sad Mrs. Shew nf Chchnlfm Tal-! lor visited the A. J. Rich fnmilv Rnn-' dar. Mr. 1 Mrs. Chis. Hoskins, Miss Hel en It.'ski- and Master Chnrles Mine Mays and William Davis, Mrs. Sibley, 'nut from Portland Pnnda to atlend Mr. and Mrs. Dnyton Walker, Mr. and t?ie community meet Raturdnv evening, Mrs. tieo. Lamb, Georeia and Ijemmr remain!" ever for the Childrcns ilnr HiiTian? irain . rirrnwii .tinuav. Tbe Journal Job IVpartment will print yea anything ia the tatioawy l;e d it right aad saee yjo real money. 'J BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS lAinb, tmik the earlr Thursilay for Portland to attend the Rose carnival. Mrs. J. C. Moore was a Portland vis- itor Mondar. Mrs. Phillips visited her brother West Woodburn Fridar. Miss Kinma and Melvin F.vans went to Portland Tuesday to take in the Ro,-o show during the week. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Feller, Ernest Fel ler and little Francis were in Portland Fri.lav. Mrs. O. O. Frivmsn, "Mrs. 3. C. Mrre nd Mrs. Aufrane were TToodbnrn via itO'S ThiirsiLav. Mrs. Oene Aufrane Of Portland v!s itivl Mr. and Mrs. Aufrane Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Willi Fiwrs of Amos villi' vi'(rd the Lois F.iier family Fern Hoskins and Del Feller went fishing Saturday p. ni. remaining over Sunday. Xo report cf the catch. j C. J. Collins went to Portland Wed In nesday evening to remain over for the j Rr.f carnival Thursday. Mr. s-id Mrs. Farl Cone, Misses Harel Cone, Lenths Cone and Idcll Ijimb motored In Woclbur- Toesflar rrepiig to aHend the n'nvic Henry Moom eonirleted his cram inatioos in the Portland school ar.d re turned home Tuesday rveoipy ad be uan working in the Johnson mill Wed ncsdsv morninff. , f-Tt. Xtotli Mstwidl ?w sud 'aiieh or Rntti pf WN-d'.ur f.Tei".cd the rt'.io f--. lh cmoiunitv e-eet ?ft ir 't crcrtic T whiih was arprcciafi '1 1 all. IPPODKO VAUDEV1L Real Acts From a Recognized Circuit ALMA GRANT Diminutive Songstress Assisted By , SAM ARMSTRONG ROUBLE SIMS ' Comedian and Cartoonist "CHIEF BLUE CLOUD AND WINONA" In Tribal Pastimes ALICE JOYCE IN "THE BUSINESS OF LIFE" By Robert W. Chambers . A Big Special Feature ALL DAY SUNDAY nBLIGHp. r.i e !