The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, December 23, 1915, Image 3

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    O. A. C.
A Mimeograph will
High School Notes j bi-weekly.
lie purchased and the paper
printed in the high school by the
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I’ARMRItS AND HOMI’.MAKPRS' WIÎEK
members of the Commercial class.
At the entertainment last Fri­
"«< RURAL LU I* l'ONPHRHNCES
day evening, the High School or- The Student Body elected June
January j to H, h > ió
chestra played a comical selection
“Cotton Time,” which is a bur­
C o n va (tito ti a o f O t r g o u a U l f a l M t In d n s f r l a t
C t o if r r r m »■ o»t O re g o n » M .nl V l l « | l ' m l . l r m i
lesque uj*on a “Btop time” rag.
I . K C T C R K . h O K M O N H iM A T I O N N -
In one part of the piece, th<* dif­
M X I I I H i t IO d * M N T M K T A I N M K N T H
Two IhtVMNd proplr •li rndrtl | m «| yrar
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ferent instruments have each two
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with llvr
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notes Lo play as a solo. The rests
•vol krt » it ltd gfMJit WUlk.
between these little solos are
W IN T H K S H O R T C O U R S !!
greatly lengthened to add to the
January 10 to February 4, iv i 6
comical effect. After the play, a
A F r a c t l c a l A g ric u H u tM l C o r n u In • N u t H h e ll
A p p l i n l h i- tru t« In A i l u a l W o rk o f
young Indy approached Mr Davis.
I l i a Mat lit n m l llo u » « t io lit
“ What wits the matter with
Coûter« lu I* Rtf IT RAIMINU. F A R M CROP»,
AOII.R MTOCK MAI h IMO, U A IN V W OR K.
“Stemmie
in playing that last
H H H .T R V RAIMI » . i . A R DKN I NO, C< M»K-
1 % 'S .H i
h i , U O O h M H o U i a r t * , iio m m
piece”
she
asked? “ Why nothing
m k siNi,
hi
iNMHtl w m n m it H , r o a o
III II .I J I N « . m a r \ i m n o i n k m k i n o m u r a i
that
I
noticed,”
Mr. Davis re­
ORO A M / A TIONH MA R K Ml INI*.
plied. “ Well, it didn’t look to
Cofr»Rtx»H<lrmr Cuurar« W ithout T u itio n .
V.*|»rfi Itmlrtt. l io n 1« Munit
K ul m r' l lêllroad »«lr«
me like he could play his part
F o r T*ro |r * t > ! w i l l « to The C«ll#g« f a c h jn r« , Orewon
very well. Why did he wait so
Alt ultural Colleg«. C o n rilH t
l it » lT* I I«* I I)
long before going 'toot, toot, ’ all
< by himself like the others did?”
She was interred with full mili­
• n
tary honors.
!.**• I«fot («•11011. f*t■ < ||« h I l lr lp |. m | h f Ilutar
O»«* H í r m , | l i r C o m m u it lly .
Lulay Bros. & Co.
Contractors & Biilders
Miss Nellie Stowell, who is
taking udvanced stenographic
Dwelling houses a specialty
work in the high school, is mak­
Let us figure un your build­
ing preparations to take the ex­
ings
amination for the award of honor
We can save you money
of the Senior Order of Rational
A Rood job gauranteed
Typists. The examination re­
Phone 77
P. 0 . Box l ‘JK ; quired is rather a difficult one,
hut Mr. Davis states that he be­
STAY TON. OREGON.
lieves she will receive the award
of honor without serious difficul­
ty. A number of the younger
beginning students are going to
work for the award of honor in
the Junior Order of Rational
Sw iss Jeweler
Typists, among which are Henry
30 Y EA R S E X P E R IE N C E
Lulay, Caryl Ruble and Mar­
All work on watches and
guerite Ryan, possibly others may
clocks guaranteed fo r
compete later. Mr. Davis be­
One Year
lieves that by the end of the
] | Try My W ork, It Speak* For lltalf
school year every student taking
Located in the Shoe Shop
the combined shorthand and
Went o f the Stayton S tate Hunk
typewriting work will he the
Stay ton
OreRon
holder of a certificate from the
Order of Gregg Artists and from
at least the Junior Order of Ra­
NOTICE !
tional Typists, some may hold
Delivery of goal* atari« at 9:30 a.m.
south of the Salem ditch, and at 10a.m. both the Junior and Senior Typ­
north. Have orders in early.
Feed j ist’s certificates.
L. A. MESSING
orders put i n Monday are delivered
Tuesday and put in Thursday are de­
livered Friday.
Hen Gehlen, Deliveryman
The students of the high school
have decided to publish a high
school paper, which will he issued
Kearns editor and Miss Margaret
Fehlen business manager. Re­
portera from the different classes
are: Seniors, O. I*. Lesley; Ju n ­
iors, Guy Hurt; Sophomores,
Marguerite Ryan;
Freshman,
Freada Allis. The price of sub­
scription is 25c for the ten issues.
Thursday, December 23.
Piano Duet- M argaret Schaefer and
Ruth Roy.
Squaw Dance Mi»« Tiffany’» bunch.
Fiv» Minutes of Amusement--Helen
Stanb and Hcsaie Clow.
First day of school after holidays.
Vocal Duet Hammon Sisters.
Graveysrd Ghosts or Spare my Golden
Arm -(). P. Ita lic.
8ong—Basket Ball Squad.
Program Committee—D. C. Davis,
chairman; North Smith, Loren Wil­
son, Leon Sandner, Ralph Kelley.
JOE PEER Y
Tailoring o f Every Description. Alter­
ations made on Ladies’ and Men’ s
Garments.
Cleaning and Pressing
DEIDRICH BUILDING,
STAYTON, ORE.
fit. Pleasant
The orchestra, under the direc­
tion of Mr. Davis, is doing such
splendid work that by January,
.
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. r,
, .
Melvin Suank called on John
Arnold Senz and Frank Laux „
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when their concert will he given,
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and Lyle Lutz Sunday,
it will he one of the best enter­ returned home Saturday after a
Will and Marguerite Ryan and
Lonzo Cole of Roseburg, visited
tainments ever offered to Stayton month’s visit in California.
,
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.
. ., Bessie Shank spent the week end with his brother, C. N. Cole, one
people.
.Jess Kay of Lebanon, is visit-1 ... . _ - ,,
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. . . . . . . .
t with home folks.
day last week.
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with relatives in this vicinity.
Bernice Carlson was out of
Mrs. Liston Darby was a week
school Monday on account of ill­
Mrs. M- F Ryan and daughter, !
end visitor with home folks at
ness.
Mrs. F. Habberman, called at;
Scio.
Hamman Shelton’s of Jordan, |
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Schaefer
Monday evening a crowd of
Wednesday.
called
at the Curtis Cole homo
Freshmen gathered at the Bach­
Mrs. Sarah Cox returned to her
Sunday
afternoon.
Maud
Smith
and
Roxana
Shank
elor Home of Wm. and Marguer­
home in Stayton Tuesday after an
spent
Sunday
evening
at
the
Mr.
and
Mrs. Raleigh Harold
ite Ryan and Bessie Shank to
extended visit with her daughter
Twin
Walnut
Farm.
and
son
Ray
visited at the Geo.
spend the evening. The time was
here.
Chrisman
home
Sunday.
pleasantly spent in playing
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Senz spent
Joe
Burton
of
Lacomb,
is
visit­
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Hugh
Grace were
games and doing various other Sunday with home folks.
ing
with
Geo.
Ray
and
Geo.
Linn
county
visitors
Sunday
af­
stunts. Refreshments consisting
David
Aegerter
J
r
.
called
at
Queener
this
week,
ternoon.
of ice cream and cake were
the W. R. Ray home Wednesday
„
_
T. N. Creech was a Stayton
served and everyone departed evening
Harry Downing was up from
visitor
Monday.
feeling that they had a fine time.
.
'the M t Pleasant district Satur-
Miss Lula Downing was a Sun- ,]ay anc( gunday collecting bounty
Wm. and Marguerite Ryan,
da\
visitor at hd Smith s.
for tj,e coyote his father killed
Bessie Shank and Margaret
The Mt. Pleasant school chil- some time ago. He spent Satur-
Schaefer spent the week end vis­
C. F. Loose was a Stayton vis­
iting home folks in Linn county. dren are making preparations for day night at the T. H. Thomas
itor
Wednesday.
a program and Christmas tree on home.
PROGRAM
Miss Thomas of Marion, is em­
Monday, December 20.
Christmas eve.
The j untrewirth Bros, are log-
ployed at the S. Neal home.
Tenor Solo — Orcheatra Accompaniment
Jake Spaniol was out doing ¡ging on the T. H. Thomas place,
Soloist: W. C. Gauntt.
Frank Fery and family visited
some
repairing for W. R. Ray and driving the logs down to their at the Schmitz home Sunday.
Orchestra
Thursday.
mill at Jordan.
Conductor: O. P. Leslie.
Nell Gorder went to Salem last
June Kearns, Clarinet.
F. X. Hottinger and Mrs. H.
T. H. Thomas served on the Monday where she has found em­
Guy Hurt, Trombone.
Shank shipped a large number of jury at Albany last week. He ployment.
Murgurel Schaefer, Piano.
Mrs. Sweet called on Mrs.
geese the first of the week.
spent the week end visiting his
Carl Ruble, Horn.
Loose Friday afternoon.
C. P. Hurmester, Cornet.
Mrs. Frank Habberman. Ange- brother-in-law, J . H. Cox.
Mrs. A. H. Wolf was trading
Cornet Duet—Leo Klecker and Roy
line Ryan and Roxana Shank at­
Mrs. Frank Rohwein and son with Stayton merchants Saturday.
Follis.
.
tended the program given at the George were Stayton visitors ' Andrew Fery and family, Frank
Singing — Every tiody.
Kusey, Arthur Forrette and fam­
Tuesday, December 21.
Stayton High Friday evening.
Tuesday.
ily were Sunday visitors at the
Violin Solo— Wanda Brown.
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Church services at Mt. Pleas­
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Ender vis- R. J . Kusey home.
Declamation - A . D. Gaidner.
ant church Dec. 25. At noon a ited at the Holzfuss home last
Wednesday, December 22.
Mrs. Eastman and sons visited
Orchestra Morning, Noon and Night basket dinner will be served. Sunday.
at the Dively home Tuesday.
in Vienna.
Everybody is invited to attend.
There will be an entertainmei t
T. H. Thomas wras a Stayton at the West Stayton school hou- •
Uncle Tom and Little Eva—
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Shank visitor Tuesday, returning the Friday evening, Dec. 24. Ever; -
Uncle Tom: Carl Ruble.
Little E va: Margaret Fehlen.
spent Sunday with home folks.
next day.
body invited.
Kingston K in ks
Jordan Jingles
W est Stayton
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To The Property Owners of Stayton, Oregon
A?
[AVE you ever stopped to consider the advantages of having the principal streets in your City hard surfaced
^ instead of the present dirt, or even macadam, constructed thereon?
No doubt, you will say it is far better, but the expense is too great; that is, the first cost. We wish to
prove to you that this is not so. It is true that the first, cost for hard surface pavement is much greater than
that of macadam, but when you take into consideration the upkeep of macadam pavement, say for a period of
ten years compared with a hard surface pavement, you will find that at the end of said period of ten years, the
hard surface pavement is much the cheapest; not only that, but with the macadam, no matter how well con­
structed, you still have the mud in winter and the dust in summer. Another feature of the hard surfacing of
the streets in your City, would be that the property owners owning property abutting on said improvement
would have practically eleven years to pay for same as the first one-tenth payment of the total cost of the
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assessment would not be due until one year from the date that the assessment
was declared by your City Council and for each succeeding year one-tenth of
the assessment at six per cent on the deferred payments would be due.
On the main street of your City which is now macadamized could be con­
structed a two inch wearing surface utilizing the present macadam as a base.
On the dirt streets, we would advocate a pavement consisting of a three and
one-half inch Bituminous Concrete base with a one and one-half inch Asphaltic
Concrete wearing surface. W c would further guarantee this pavement for a
period of five years from any defects.
At the left is a cut of a Highway built in Southern Oregon, from Talent
to Ashland, under the specifications above referred to, namely, three and onc-
half inch Bituminous Concrete base with a one and one-half inch Asphaltic
Concrete wearing surface. T h is road is subject to very heavy traffic and is
the main artery for all tourist travel between California and Oregon. Also the
larger per cent of the freighting is hauled over this road between the towns of
Medford and Ashland in five and seven ton auto trucks.
Respectfully submitted.
Clark &
Henery
Construction Company
Asphaltic Concrete Road Constructed Between Talent and Ashland, Oregon, by Clark & Henery Construe ion Comptay.
1019 Yeon Building
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PORTLAND, OREGON
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