The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, October 28, 1915, Image 1

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    THE STMT©N MAIL
H a s the L a rg e s t C irc u la tio n o f A n y P a p e r in the S a n tia m V a lle y — It C o v e r s the T e r r i t o r y L ik e a B la n k e t.
S T A Y T O N , M A R IO N C O U N T Y . O R E G O N , T H U R S D A Y ,
¿1st Y e a r , N o . 40.
O CTO BER
28,
S e ria l N o . 1024
1915.
Cupid Plays Havoc This Week With Vicinity
Beautiful Weather May Have Something to do with his Capers
Little Naked God Shoots Right and Left, Leaving Many Victims in His Flower-strewn Path
Mimy weddings havo taken place In
the punt «even day«, and it looka a« if
there mi^hl b e many more in »nd
around Slayton in the near future.
SLOPER-FRANK
DOUBLE WEDDING
GOLDEN WEDDING
“ HIGH J1NKS”AT I.O.O.F.
IS CELEBRATED
ANNIVERSARY HALL SATURDAY NIGHT
and was attended by Mins Minnie Hass-
ler, while the groom ’* best man was
Eugene Ditter.
A sumptous wedding dinner at the
Becker home followed the ceremony,
a fter which the young couple together
One o f the most interesting events o f
with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Becker,
started for Sun Francisco on a wed­ the season occured at Mehama on Tues­
day ot this week, when over 125 rela­
ding tour.
tives and neighbors o f M o and Mrs.
Lew is Stout o f that place gathered to
celebrate the golden wedding o f the
couple.
A very pretty church wedding was
There waa such a crowd present that
solemnized at the Catholic church in the dinner, which waa prodigal beyond
this city Monday morning, October 25,
description, was held at the church.
at 10 o'clock by R ev. A . Luinck. 1 The
Mr. arai-Mrs. Stout were among the
contracting parties being Miss Katie very earlist settlers o f that vicinity,
l ’ietrok, daughter o f My. a n d Mrs.1 and Stout Mountain rears its head in
Vincent I'ietrok o f Linn county, .and the background as a reminder for gen­
Bieaa Selinaki, a young farmer o f erations to come o f the Stout family,
Brooks, Oregon.
which has always been held in high
The bride was prettily dressed i n respect in the community.
whith crepe do chine and was attended •This wa < the 1st reunion o f the families
by the grooms sister, Miss Rose Selin- o f Mr. and Mrs. Stout in 5*> years and
ski. The groom was attended by the all except one o f Mrs. Stout’ s brothers
bride’s brother, Lawrence Pietrok.
and sisters were present.
A sumptuous wedding dinner follow ­
Several addresses o f note were made,
ed the ceremony, and was held at the and the talk o f old times dimmed many
home o f Mr. and Mra. Jos. Brand, a »
an eye.
the father o f the bride, Mr. Vincent
Time and space forbids us to give the
Pietrok, waa in (>oor health.
names o f all present, but all went home
The young couple will live at Brooks. feel'ng that it was “ good to have been
there. ”
BECKER-DITTER
Many congratulations were showered
upon the bride and groom at a pretty
church wedding at Sublimity on Tues­
day o f this week. The ceremony waa
performed in the Catholic church ut
that place by Rev. Lanick, and the
contracting parliea were Miaa Rosa
Ditter, daughter o f Mra. Mary D itter
o f Sublimity, and Joseph Becker a well
known young farmer living cast o f
Stayton.
The bride wan beautifully attired in
a dress o f embroidered chiffon, and the
groom wua conventionally clothed in
dark blue serge. The maids o f honor
were Misses Ida Becker and Genevieve
Ditter, while the groom was attended
by Dan Kintz and Eugene Ditter.
They will be at home to their friends
a fter December 1st a fte r a wedding
trip to the Exposition.
A very pleasant surprise affair waa
held at the John K in tz home near Sub­
lim ity last night. The occasion being
the 30th anniversary o f the marriage
o f Mr. and Mrs. Kintz, alao the 30th
anniversary o f Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Ker-
ber o f this city who were induced to go
out on a ride and were also much sur­
prised when they arrived at M r.K in tz’s.
Mrs. Kintz and Mrs. Kerber are sisters
and were married the same day 30
years ago.
About 60 were present, those from
Stayton being; John Thoma and family,
D. M. Doll and wif*-, Ed Kerber, Frank
Kerber, Miss Mary Frank,* John Van
Handel and family, and Mr. and Mrs.
John Kerber.
Games, singing and luncheon were
the features o f the evening.
H allow e'en—that occasion w h e n
young and old pay their tribute to the
mythical, when t h e supernatural is
supposed to exert its strongest influence
and when witches, goblins and mischief
making elves, according to the super­
stitions, disport themselves—will b e
celebrated in Stayton this year.
Eva Rebekah Lodge No. 92 now is
preparing an elaborate program which
has much to do with witches, goblins
ghosts, not to mention pumpkin pie,
apple cider, witch’s brew and other
delicacies.
The High Jinks will be held Satur­
day night, October 30 in the I. O. O. F.
hall, a “ Chamber o f Horrors” and a
“ Trip to the Low er Regions” a r e
among the entertaining features listed
fo r the evening. N o admission to the
hall but a small fee for supper and the
Everybody
The third sermon on the series o f services o f t h e ghosts.
Popular Sunday N igh t Discourses being welcome.
delivered at the Methodist Episcopal
church will be given Sunday evening,
entitled “ One o f the W a r’s Bravest
Acts, or Edith Cavell and Heroism on Rexail Cherry Bark Cough Syrup will
Battlefields.” In the morning the pas­ do it, or money back.
25c-50c-$1.00
tor will preach on “ Praying in S e c r e t” bottle at Beauchamp’s, T h e Rexail
The public is invited.
! Store.
Not entirely unexpected was the
ne'v« that reached Stayton yeaterday
that Mian Emma Frank, the chartninK
daughter o f Mr. and Mra. A lbert Frank
o f Rock Point, and V. Dare Sloper. the
«■nterpriaing proprietor o f the Slofier
Drug Store o f Stayton, had atolen a
march on their frieiala, and were quiet*
ly married in Salem.
The young couple were married in
Salem at the Chriatian paraonage by
Rev. Porter at 4 p. m. Mr. and Mra.
Albert Frank, ann Norria and daughter
Ida, accompanied the bride and groom
to Salem.
Miaa Frank ia well known in Stayton,
having been a student fo r a couple o f
year« in the high achool here, and alao
aa a clerk in the local poet office. The
groom need« no introduction to the
On Wednesday o f this week, another
readers o f the Mail, huving live«! in 1
wedding was solemnized at the St. Bon­
Stayton all hia life, except during the
iface Catholic church at Sublimity by
time he waa finishing hia work aa phar­
the Rev. Lanick.
macist in Portland. He ia the son of
Mian Ida Becker, daughter o f Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Slopvr o f this eity.
Regina Becker and Phillip Steffes, a
Immediately a fter the ceremony, the
prominent young farm er o f near Sub­
young people atarted on a three w eek’ s
The
wedding tour to California, where they limity being the happy couple.
wedding
waa
at
9
a.
m.
and
was
at­
will take in the Exposition amt other
EIGHTH GRADE HAD A FEED
(Special to the Mail)
l>ointa o f interest, after which they tended by a large jium ber o f the friends
A very pretty home wedding occured
will be at home to their frienda in j and relatives o f the newlyweds.
J. W . Apple and fam ily have moved
Have you been in to see the bargain
Stayton.
The bride wore a white silk dress at the home o f Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beer
The eighth grade clasa had a china from their farm east o f town to Salem, counter at Young’ s Cash Grocery.
o f Gervais, Oiegou, on Sundgy, Oct. 24,
pheasant feed at the Clyde Hoffer home
at 2 o ’clock, when their eldest daugh­
Wednesday evening.
ter, Edith was married to Lewis R.
The boys are real sportsmen, which
Sawyer in the presence o f friends and
was shown by the number o f birds
relatives, Rev. Jasper officiating.
brought in and the girls good cooks,
The home was prettily decorated in
which was proven by the delicious sup-
autumn
a u v u i i m i leaves
v a > i 9 and
a u i i lv
cosmos.
/ p u i u s ,
Mrs.
r o . n A . .T
Aw .
.,
Cline presented the bftdo with a biu-K^f **’\T.
M" .
f
Average Figure, no side steel
.
.
. 98c
’
. . . . , . ..
The «upper, which consisted or china
o f beautiful pink daniias us a center-
Average
Figure,
med.
bust,
long
skirt
.
$1-50
pheasant, mashed potatoes, salad, pie,
piece for the table.
Slender Figure, free hip bone
.
.
1.50
cake, and fruit was served by Mrs.
While the bride's sister, Miss Maude,
H olfer and Mra. Beaver.
A fte r sup­
Empire bust, no side steel
. .
.
2.00
played the wedding march the bridal
per they played games and sang until a
Full Figure, extra heavy front steel
.
2.00
couple, attended by Rob Beer, Am y
late hour. Everyone voted it a success
An exceptionally good number for those wanting a strong corset
Johnson, Kenneth Coomler and Jessie
and hoped to have another one soon.
Sawyer, marched from the hall to the
Those present w ere: Mr. and Mrs.
living room where the minister awaited
Hoffer, M r s. Beaver, Misses Nora
them under a canopy o f flowers.
Crabtree, Josephine Lambercht, Nona
Mr. and Mrs. Sawyer were tukrn to
Fulton and Anna Spaniol, and William
Brooks, where they boarded the train
Smith, Hugh Rosscll, Orval Weddle,
fo r Portland.
Made in full size o f good material and
Frank a n d Robert Teague, Lewis
priced reasonably. We now carry the
Kearns and Edwin Keech.
SELINSKI—PI ETROK
STEFFES-BECKER
SAWYER-BEER
Relieve that cough
;
Toilet Soaps
Royal Worcester Corsets
Colgates, Almond Cream
Bay Rum, Glycerine, Carbol­
ic Acid and Antiseptic
Soaps
Mina Taylor House Dresses
Also Green and Liquid Tar Soaps
SH1ELDS-PRETTYMAN
5c to 25c
Sloper’s Drug Store
Theodore Goeders o f Algona, Iowa
Miss Madge Prettym an and Mr. A l­ accompanied by his niece Miss Mary
bert Shields, both o f Detroit Oregon, W ollner are here fo r a few days visit
were married at the Stayton Hotel, with John Goeders a n d w ife.
Mr.
Saturday, Cctober 23, Rev. Lockhart Goeders and Miss W ollner will visit the
o f the Methodist church o f this city San Francisco Fair, and make another
officiating.
stop here on their return.
The bridesmaid was Miss Josephine
Shields o f Detroit, and Everett l ’ hillipj
Recorder-J. B. G rier got home from
o f Sil verton was best man. The young
people will live at Detroit at which his vacation just in time fo r the special
meeting o f the city council.
place the groom is employed.
WE W ANT YO U TO
I f it’s made of wool, we make it.
Fur Trimmings in Black and Brown from 35c to $1.00 per yd.
Mayo’s Cash Store
KNOW THE W OOLEN M ILL STORE B ETTER
Just a C o rn e r in ou r B ig B u ild in g ! B u t F ille d to the D o o rs w ith S ea s o n a b le W O O L E N
Wool
extra sizes up to 50 in. bust measure.
Priced from 98c up to $1.87
Koverall House Dress Aprons, 75c
GOODS
D irec t F r o m th e M a n u fa c tu re r to the C o n s u m er. N o M id d le M a n
Wool
Wool
Keep your mon­
You can come and See Us Make the Goods!
ey in your home town, if it goes to a Mail Order
House it never comes back. We will sell yor a bet­
ter quality at a lower price than they will, and we
prove it.
pay no rent, hire no clerks,
Wilbur says so, and will prove i t
W OOLEN BLANKETS
DO YOU KNOW
Woolen Blankets, 2000 pairs
The difference between Woolen
to choose from in all colors,
Goods, and Pure Fleece Wool
sizes and weights.
Fifty
good9?
pairs o f slightly
damaged
MEN'S
SERGES
SILKS
M A C K IN AW S
SHIRTS
SATINS
SUITINGS
U N D ERW EAR
SOX
VELVETS
VESTINGS
AUTOM OBILE ROBES
CREPES
CORDUROY
LOGGER’S OVERSHIRTS
HOSE
U N D ERW EAR
WOOLEN DRESS SHIRTS
blankets,
SWEATERS
CAPS
GERMAN SOX
wear.
SWEATERS
Our business is growing fast, on the merits of the goods we sell you.
this patronage, and will never abuse it.
are welcome whether you buy or not
good as any
Make us an’ offev.
for
You
will find it in the
wear. We give you Extra Qual
ity in the Wilbur Line and time
will prove it.
Wilbur says so.
Wc appreciate
Wilbur Woolen Mills Co.
Bring us your wool, we need it in our business
and we will pay you the highest price for it, but come any time and look us over, you
see.
keep no books,
give you the benefit o f all this in low prices.
For the Convenience of our Many Customers we have added to our regular line
LADIES'
Wool
Wool
We know you will be interested in what you
I f you want your wool carded into Batts for Comforters or Mattresses, wo do it.
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