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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1917)
All Over The Valley
We Lead—Others Follow!
W e sell ^oods at the old prices and we W I L L con
Fox Valiev Gems
relatives on Fern Ridge
Math Burnett and wife visited
I he fir t days rtf spring are at the Hlvin Carter home Sun-
rather winttrish hut better now I day
than later, perhaps spring and I ^
Heighberger and wife
summer will l«>th come at once, spent Sunday at the Parental
Bo lets all be rend'- p :
n i i o r • home.
W, !’. Binkley of lex au was a
Ben Gesher purchased three
guest at the Hotel Abels last Registered Jersey cows from
Byron and Krnest Denny.
Itebckah lo Ige met in Lyons
Alferd Fox is building a new
Saturday evening with u good Garage.
Alva Thomas was in this vi
Mrs. A. King and Mrs. II. F. cinity buying beef cattle this
Bodektr are delegates to attend 1 week,
the Grand L d g e icBsion this yr.
to l»o held in May this year at
Mill City School Notes
tinue to do so for the next 30 days.
large orders at
B E D ROCK PRICES, now as the
raise comes we quit buying and are giving you the
benefit of these E X T R E M E L Y low prices that defy
EXTR A S P E C IA L S FO R T H IS W E E K
10 bars o f Elk Savon Soap
6 bars o f fine Toilet Soap
6 bars W h ite W o n d e r Soap
Large fresh Lemons, dozen
Oranges at 10c dozen, 3 for 25c
G olden R od Oats, 5 lbs, for
Alex Kinniman. Real Kstate i Last week brought our monthly ,
urve Cut M acaroni, 3 lb-
uncut of Sal,-in was a business spelling contest and gave the '
caller in this section Inst week eighth grade the lead with an
stopping at Mrs. Abels.
average o f 93.3% and the fourth
Klrner Bradley returned to grade was a close second with
Portland the* first of the week, an average of 91%. Those in
You can get harness supplies at our store.
W e have a depart
Weore he expects to remain for the eighth grade receiving 100
a month or two after which he percen t were. Georgia Albee,
ment for all your wants. See us first.
will go to Al tin Wash, for the, Hazel Green. Gertrude Smith,
Lyle Woobs. and Edith Daven-
Verna Haseman was the
Mr. an I Mrs. Frank Johnston
in the seventh grade
and Mrs. Abels were Meharna
visitors Sunday, they called on
the fourth grade
Mr. and Mrs. L. Stout, Sr. and
Mis. Champ, und Mr. and Mrs. who received 100% were Geo.
Bertram, Elmo Thomas,and Rella
These pupils in the fifth grade
received 90% and above— Hild
reth Clay, Vera Sutton, Clifford
Mr. and Mrs. Aimm Hiatt have Griggs, Geo. Streff. Loris Hanna
r turnc 1 lo their farm near Lynn Nellie Powelson, Gladys Griggs
from Albany where they have Wilma Ireland, Fred Duffy and
spent the winter and where Cecil Clow*.
Those in the sixth grade were
their son Pearcy is still in school,
Minnie Kaplinger, Ethel Mason
Mrs. W. E. Simons has gone
Mona Holt, Cecil Catherwood,
to visit her sister Mrs. Weitmer
Cecil Haseman. and Herbert
near Aumsvi le, also Mrs. C. J.
Olin, Gertrude and Marguerite
and H. C. Slr»m her two other
Smith are moving to Silverton, _
and Darrel Raml>o to California.
Condit Koxana Gunsaules. er-of Scio visited at the Floyd visited with her daughter a few' Mrs. J..E. Slaiger, Mrs.
Frank Johnston made a busi
This only leaves us eleven Aitncs and clara Bowne. Leona Shelton home Monday.
ness trip to All any the first of
pupils in our eighth grade.
Forrette. Given and Clara Martin
Chester Boyes went to Albany
Mr. Alvin Burns and Mrs. Miss Leona Frank.
Alma Powelson and Hazel Hattje 1)ivelyi Elizabeth Swank, Monday
Pearl Miller of Silverton were
March the .twentieth inhered
And sti I there s snow on Me Richardson were absent from Mrs Giggy, Mrs. Wells, Mrs.
Joe Barton of Lacomb visited
CullysMts. The Almanac says
High School last week.
H. Condit, Mrs. Royal Condit,
at the G. H. Ray home one day
spring is here but it dont look
Lyle Potter who has been ab- Mrs. Ross Condit. Mrs. R. I. last week.
much like it.
sent from school for several Hammer, Mrs. Nipple, Mrs. R.
Joe Hendricks and E. C. Down tive to r i' • an 1 write o this
Robert Darby and wife were
Mr. and Mr-’. Elmer Hiatt weeks on account of sickness is Van Nuys, Mrs. Geo. Howard
re 3rd and 1 1 lade
ing were Stayton callers Monday. season.
Sunday visitors at Joe Senzs.
spent thursday evening with Mr. rapidly improving.
Mrs. C. F. Loose, Mrs. J. Guns-
Mrs. Albert Frank and daugh have compositions, while the 1st
nivl Mrs. E. D. Thompson.
Mrs. Frank Habberman and
The boys boxing gloves a re1 aules, Mrs. T. McClellan, Mrs,
and 2nd grade have* start« 1 the
Tnere will be a Calico Carnival here and some exciting battles Parker, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. J. Miss Betty Ryan, Mrs. Leslie ters called at the E. C. Downing Oxfordshire Spring Song.
in the I. 0. 0. F. hall on Friday have been fought, the results be- Bow ne, Mrs. C. Lathrope, Mrs. Townes called at Floyd Sheltons home Sunday afternoon,
Wc h . ? iru-d a i.e * systo lo f
Helen, and Mable
evening next every lady to wear ing a few bloody noses.
F. Lathrope. Mrs. Dively, Mrs. Monday.
g special persons in
a e.dico dress and bring a half
Miss Anna Miles was a week Frank were Stayton callers Wed.
Rev. A- E. Fitch gave a very Charles Martin, and Mrs. Swank,
Geogia: hy, for the work o. in
|K>undof carpet rugs and every,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tate call
interesting talk on Patriotism i Joe and James Ripp of Sub- end vioitur at the W. R. Ray
dividual countries in Asia, and
gentlemen to bring a thimble
ed at the Philip Glover home
Monday afternoon in the school limity visited at the home of
it arouses much more interest in
and wear a calico tie.
Lewis Ray called at the Frank Sunday afternoon.
Auditorium, in observance of Arthur Forrette Sunday after-
Mr. and Mrs. Mat Ditter called
Mosier home Saturday eve.
patriotic week in Oregon.
We are finding the Gyavri iunt
Mrs. Frank Habberman and at the Jake Etzel home Sunday work with wands helps u
Miss Grace Sherwood visited
Mary Shieman of Salem is vis-
i'lliss Angelina Ryan spent Sun afternoonr
school last Thursday.
iting with home folks.
correcting our stoop-shorn ered*
Marion Fresh spent Sunday
Mrs. Juni Condit spent last day eve. at the Mrs. Roy Shank
! ness, as well as being a p . rib-
Superintendent Ida M. Cum
Mrs. Coberl.v went home last mings has announced that there week with relatives nt Salem.
eu form of recreation.
Neva Lawson spent Sunday at
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Lambert,
Saturday or Sunday.
will be a Parent Teacher In
Grandma Robbins who has
Mrs. Hurbert Brown made a stitute in the Mill City School been seriously ill is reported some Miss Grace Shank, and Frank the F. M. Fresh home.
Lambert were entertained at the
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Burns
business trip to Stay ton Monday. building Sat. March 31st.
what better at this time.
Roy Brenner home Sunday.
Sunday with the later's
A few of the neighbors spent
About thirty friends andgieigh-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dav
bors gathered at the Nick Sch
the evening at the home o f Mr.
Miss Arieta Given, Mr. I rank
W e s t Stayton
and Mrs. Bert Neal last Wed
mitz home last Wednesday eve
Caspell. Mr. M. M. Gilmer: Mr.
ning in honor of his birthday. where they will live for an in-
| Arnot King and Mr. G< •itry
At the home of Mrs. T. Mc Cards and parlor games were the definate time. They are neigh
¡Given were entertained
The Misses Francis and Frenny
Clellan a miscellaneous shower features of the evening. Near bors o f the type we hate to loose.
I Morleys Saturday evening.
Freeman and Miss Sheila Neal
was given in honor of Miss Osie midnight refreshments were ser-
A large crowd‘gathered at the
Too Late For Last Week.
called at the home ctf tho Misses
Fred Yost spent Sunda\ with
Condit when about thirty of her | ved, after which the guests de Joe Pietrok home Sunday eve. in
Aihlie nd Flora Miles Sunday.
Superintendent Smith, Miss Freddie Doerfler.
friends and neighbors met last parted for their homes, wishing! hoi or of hi* birthday. All de-
Thejafternoon was -pent in play
Helen Cowgill of 0. A. C. and
M. M. Gibson was a Sr
Saturday afternoon. There were Mr. Schmitz many mor > birth- parted at a lute hour and each
Supervisor Smith visited us on itor the first of the week
ing indoor games.
several guests from Aumsville,
reported a g o d time.
Monday March 12th. At this
Mr. Arland was in Sublimity and several who could not lie days.
Several from hereatte; de 1 the
L. I ambert and wife, Mr
time Miss Cowgill talked with us , John Crabtree sale iagt *
present sent gifts b,v others more
Mr. and Mrs. I ert Nc:d made fortunate. While all were pre 1 Forrette and Harvey Carlson vis- Mrs. Leslie Townes, the Misses of Industrial ., Club . Work
Miss Ethel King, who!
a visit to t e C bcrly home last sent Miss Condit opened her par
, , , .teaching the triumph sc
J Tuesday evening.
Ray spent Sunday evening at and the demonstration add^u a
cels that the guests might enjoy
turned home Saturday
great deal to her lecture. The
Mrs. Ternan called on Jrs. the Jungwirth Bros.
seeing them These gifts con-
Charley Lambert made a bus- canning of oranges, while the
sisted of glass ware,fancy china, Martin 0,10 l' av
The Idle Hour Chi’
"i trip to stayton Monday.
market price is low, was a new
T r i u m p h N o t e s aluminum and earthen ware, bed Ruby McCormick called on
tained at the home
113 an(1 brought
Mr. and Mrs. I oqlio Townes icioa to m03t
linen, handsomely finished in Mrs. Fallrich Saturday afternoon.
entertained a number of friends forth the economic side of the
hand work, doilies; scarfs, towels
Gentry Given of Salem is visi-
Mrs. J. Cine and ton Arnold
at a party Sat. eve. A good time I (luestlon
(laughter Ix?o n viri ed at O. N. and many other pieces. Music
Both our Superintendent and t’ n^ ^IS unc^» Geo. Given.
and social converse were features
Harm hrey’s S iturday.
had words of interest
Mr. A. T. Savage mad
of the afternoon entertainment, j
Otis Meyers and ’ wife called
for us and we now wish it were to his tarm near Aums
At the refreshment hour a delic-1 Mr. M. F. Ryan left S: turelay
at the Alfrc Fox homi* Sun b y.
for Aberdeen Wash, to be with
possible for more frequent visits ( Monday.
R ick Point
| ions lunch was served by the hos
; from our loaders.
Mrs. Frank Doerfler
Jacob Staig T motored to Sa tess assisted by Mis* Addie Con her sister who is very ill.
lem Frid ly.
dit and Mrs. Emma Condit and
",nt of the t'¡idler being ‘ ently are Virgie Staiger Alice in Portland.
Clarence c uchamp called at Mrs. Marguerite Martin and Mrs at the 11. Senz home.
¡Downing. Wilbur Garlee, Mrs.
Miss Ida Doerfler sp ai the
the Gesher h me recently.
Nipple. The guests of the after-
Mrs. Fax Thayer n
end in Sublimity.
Miles Kintz and wife visited
W e Buy Y our Produce at Best Prices
T h e Farm er’s Store o f Q uality
A. W. SCHRUNK
W e Speak German