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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1917)
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' A l l O v e r T h e V a lle y
Mrs. A. Ruef, mother and
• daughter Theresa, were Stayton
Mrs. E. G. Siegmund is attend
ing State Grange at Atitoria this
J. W. Thomas and wife were
week end visitors at the home of
their daughter Mrs. I. B. Carter
of the Waldo Hills.
T. J. Ware, wife and sons at
tended the sale at the I. B. Car
e e r home Monday.
A. P. Kirsch and wife took
. their daughter Mrs. P. J. Kirsch
• over near Sdo Wednesday, where
she will visit her sister, Mrs,
„ Chari«*« 'Apple.
1 Archie Kimsey and wife called
at the A. P. Kirsch home Mon
Tho'Young people of the Ruef
family were Monday evening
; callers at the A. P. Kirsch home.
Mrs. Beckey Kimsey was a
, Thursday morning caller in Stay-
a surprise picnic in honor o f Ern
eat Knapp Sunday.
dinner was served in picnic style
after which they were helped to
icecream. A delightful time was
reported by all.
were Misses Angeline Ryan,
Maud Smith, Alice and Sophia
Eberhardt, Elsie Downing, Rox
ana Shank, Messrs. Fred Smith,
Clifford Downing, Wayne and
Willie Huber, Johnnie Aegerter
and Melvin Shank.
Ben Thayer and wife were
Sunday visitors at the Floyd
Albert Rabens and wife and
Miss Francis Freeman called at
the Wm. Rabens home Friday.
Miss Iza Geer returned home
Monday from Salem where she
has been visiting the past week.
Mr. Jacob Scott had the mis
fortune to cut his foot while
slashing brush Thursday, it re
quiring four stitches.
Miss Ina Baldwin spent the
The Walluga Club met Thurs
week end at home.
day with Mrs. Adloph Heater.
Thp'MiRaea Agnes Kirsch, Eva There was five members and two
and Adelaide Steward
were visitors present The time was
| Thursday callers of Wilma Ware. spent in sewing for the hostess
Margaret Schaefer, C o r o I after which a dainty lunch was
Smuck and little sister Audrey served.
W. H. Tate returned home
Wef-e Friday visitors o f Wilma
from Culver Ore., Thursday.
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Miss Edna Tate of Portland
Mrs. Lizzjo Burrdick and Mrs.
Nick Warner were Wednesday and Tom Tate of Olex Ore., were
callers at the A. P. Kirsch home both agreeably surprised Wed-
Joe Silbernagle and family mo neseay June 5th on finding they
both decided to visit home folks
tored to Jordan Tuesday.
at the same date.
Lawrence and Merta Siegmund
Mr. and Mrs. Carter will leave
attended the dance at Jordan
Wheeler county the last of
Mrs. Smith and daughter Eva
Mr. and Mrs H. B. Scott and
called at the A. P. Kirsch home
motored up from Silver-
ton Sunday and spent the day
Clyde Downing was a week end |
at the Geo. Scott home.
visitor at the C. W. Steward
Mrs. Floyd Crabtree ond chil
dren are visiting relatives in
T. L. Sanders and family were
Sunday callers at the T. J. Ware
Miss Berth Mollet is visiting
in Portland this week.
Ira Kirsch and Lewis Kearns
called on Miss Wilma Ware Sun
Wm. Lake was a Saturday cal
ler in Stayton.
Mrs. Geo. Flakes and little son
Mrs. W. M. Malone motored to
Virgil and Miss Bessie McCrow,
of Canada, are visiting at the A.
Miss Elsie Darby, of Silverton,
spent the week end at the J. D.
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Darby home Sunday. The Miss
Mrs. Jacob Huber, accompani es Letha and Edyth remained
ed by her daughters, Mr. Chas. here for a week’ s visit with rel-
Semane and wife and Mrs. Lizzie atives.
Dyer, of Portland, motored to
Misses Lola Jones and Inez
the John Huber home Saturday. Fisher, who attended Silverton
Miss Zona Ray, of McMinn High school the past term, are
ville, spent the week end with home for the summer vacation.
Mrs. Fred Caspell and little
Miss Marguerite Ryan left daughter, of Portland,are spend
Monday for Aberdeen, Wash.
ing a few days at the Mrs. P.
Linn Lambert and wife were Caspell home.
Sunday visitors at the P. H.Lam
Several from Victor Point at
tended the sale on the I. B. Car
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Senz and ter farm near Oak Grove.
daughter Irene visited at H. R.
The dance at the W. 0. W.
hall Saturday night was largely
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Zimmer attended.
man and family motored to Hen
The Misses Ethel and Leona
ry Senz Sunday.
King and Inez Fischer attended
Misses Josie Kloer, Dorothy the commencement exercises of
Smith, Verna and Crystal Shank, the Salem High school Friday
and Messrs. Joe Pietrok, Tony evening.
and August Kloer were Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Doer-
visitors at Lee Downings.
fler, of Salem, were entertained
A, large crowd from this vicin- at the M. Doerfler home Satur-
¡ty attended Mr. and Mrs. Louie day.
Giesler’s wedding dance.
Mrs. W. R . Jones has returned
The inhabitants of this neigh-1 home from Salem hospital, where
borhood are well pleased to see she underwent a serious opera-
some road work being done, as tion several weeks ago.
the roads are very badly in need
Mrs. G. W. Slagel is on the
Lulay &. Schindler are doing
Miss Ida and Lewis Doerfler
some carpenter work for G. H. were in Silverton Friday.
Read our clubbing offer.
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Shank gave
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•• The Farmers’ St ore of Quality -
Having bought before prices advancei d we are in a position to sell at
prices that defy all compi etition in the valley.
J COME IN AND SEE JUST W H A T W E HAVE TO OFFER YOU
G R O C E R IE S
10 ba^-s Elk Savon for
6 bars While Wonder
6 bars best toilet
S P E C IA L S
2 dozen sweet Oranges for
1 dozen fresh Lemons for
L ettuce, Radish
Best Parlor Matches
6 boxes for 25c
Sugar— Best Berry Fruit
12 lbs. for $1.00
Men’s Pat. or Gun Metal Oxfords
reg. $3.50 to $4, now $1.49
Men’s Pat. and Gun Metal Shoes
reg. $4 to $5 now at $1.98
I .A D IE S SHOES
1 lot pat. kid and gun metal shoes
reg. $3.50 at $1.98
I -*ot 2, pat. and gun shoes and Ox
fords. reg. $2.50 to $3, now 1.29
W e have a good line of Fishing Tackle, Auto Tires
Pump Oil Cans, 5 gal. never fail
cans. Reg. $2.50, now $1.50
32 in. blue, red figured Percales,
regular 121c at the low price
of 1 Oc per yard.
IV ten’s Linen Collars, broken lots, regular priced 15c,
Buy Your Produce at Best Prices
. W . SCHRUNK
W e Speak German
Sale of Pumps
Low Round Trip Fares
and Oxfords at
On Sale via California
Many dates in June, July, Aug. and Sept.
Lancefeld’s Shoe Store
Enjoy a Beach Outing Trip
L. A. Thomas was receiving
hogs here Wednesday.
Mrs. D. B. Coness spent Sun-
Will Councilman and family day with Mrs. Hunter,
were transacting business in
Mrs. Nipple called on Mrs.
Gilbert one day last week.
Flora Snodderly o f Jefferson
is visiting at the Gunsaules
Mrs. C. 0. Grant of Eugene
Clyde Thomas has purchased a
was visiting at the H. B. Condit
home last week.
Roy Crabtree is riding around
Mr. and Mrs. Weisenberger the country in a new Buick.
called at the Leonard Walker
The cheese factory is now in
lome Sunday evening.
opperation and the outlook is
Samual Martin and wife have ve y pr> m sing, they are getting
moved to Portland for the sum plenty of milk.
Poke Thomas and family of
Eva McClellan who has been Balston, Ore., are visiting his
attending school in California brothsr E. H. Thomas.
the past two years came home
Frei Peppcrlin is building a
strawshed for Wm. Brotherton.
Mrs Dively, Mrs Weigands
J.hn Rhouine sheare i sheep
and son Gerald, visited at the
for Mr. Coombs last Fiilay.
Gunsaules home last Thursday.
Wm. Brothertor aad Clyde
Mrs. Fallrich and son have
Thomas n a ie a trip to Lyons
moved to Geer.
la-t Friday to secure milk for
Mrs. Laura Tcrnan and daugh tho cheese factory.
ter were Staytnn visitors Tues- i
Ba's arer and Co., received a
car load of Salt last Fri lay.
Mr. Williams and wife who
recently came from the East
have taken possession o f the
Use it now’. Sloper’s Drug
Nick Schmitz is building a
W est Stayton
Newport or Tillamook
MANY ATTRACTIONS AND DIVERSIONS
Round Trip Fares
C. C. Mulkey was in to>\n the
of the week.
Thomas McClellan came up
J. Mutchler returned Mon
from California and spent Sun
day from Pendleton.
day with his parents.
Limit 3 months
On Sale Every Day.
Return October 31.
Also Week End On Sale Saturday and Sunday
Ask your local agent for informatnn
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent
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“HOME OF BEST PICTURES”
Program for Saturday and Sunday
Hearst-Pathe News—1 reel
“ THE TAINT”
A 3-reel feature
‘ Luke Lawyer”
Beautiful Broadway St.it’
“ The World and the Worn in ’
A really big theme in a
strong drama. The re
birth of a soul thro un
derstanding and faith.
See our Clubbing offer in another column.