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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1919)
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Mrs. Ella Bargfeld of Portland
Dr. Beauchamp and wife were
the past week here visiting
Salem visitors Tuesday.
with her sister Mrs. J. F.
Mrs. Stanley Star visited her
husband at Albany, over Sunday.
Saturda'- evening, if you want
F'rank Siegmund was down
see a mighty good comedy j
from Fern Ridge Friday.
drama, see May Allison at t h e ,
Tonsorial artist Smith took in
Star Theatre in Almost Married.
the sights at Salem the rirst of
The Stay ton Schools are closed
this week to allow the teachers
Chas. Rossiter was amon« the
to attend institute at Salem, and
Stay ton people been on Salem
give the pupils the usual Thanks
streets this week.
Mrs. Paul Fehlen is in Port
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Young. Mr.
land receiving medical treatm ent
and Mrs. R. L. Putnam and Mr.
from a specialist.
Mrs. Von Baron, all of Salem,
Mrs. Floyd Crabtree and chil attended the John Thomas funer
dren are spending a week with al here last Friday.
relatives in Corvallis.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cladek are
Mrs. A Elder was here from rejoicing over the arrival of a
Mill City Tuesday, visiting old daughter at their home last F ri
day evening. Dr. Beauchamp in
Ed. Bell took in the sights of attendance
the capital city the first of the
Coming December 7th, Mrs.
Wiggs in the Cabbage Patch at
A. L. Shelly of Aurora, visited the Star Theatre. Yes all the
with his brother A. V.. here, the little Wiggs and Cabbage heads
first cf the week.
arc with her.
C apt Ralph L. Ware from
Mrs. Clarence Monroe and
Camp Grant, 111., is here for a baby and Mrs. Harian and son
visit with his Uncle, T. J. Ware. of Idanah and Guy Moser of
Dr. Wright. V. S., was at Silverton are spending the week
S w e e t Home, professionally, j a t t h < ? h o m e 0f w S. W atters
Wednesday of this week.
Lau ancj Vanhandle have just
Don’t forget Bill Hart in that finished laying about 300 feet of
two reele Wednesday. Also Lure cement walk along the Wm. H.
of the Circus.
English property leading to the
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Taylor of Santiam Woolen mills.
Mehama were Stayton visitors
Mine-host Lesley, of the Hotel
Stayton. has ju st finished re-
Almost Married is Comedy papering the hotel throughout
thru and thru Saturday at the and otherwise improving the
popular traveling man’s rende-
Mrs. F. H. Thomas and son %0^ '
Claire are spending the weeks
Miss«^ Marcel a and O ga
vacation on their farm at Jordan. Eulber« and Miss Elsie Dolph.
, of Portland visited at the Geo.
Mrs. Apple and daughter and & || honie h<,re , Ws week The
Mrs R. P. Phdhps of H appy, Misses Eu|be
are ni(,ce8 of
Hollow were in town F nday.
Miss Bertha Tret* of Fern ‘ Am
' the SUytonite> who
Ridpre was in town shopping, bat- went t0 A| banl. on Nov l5tb to
u r a^’
Mr. and Mrs- W. H. Tate of
Rock Point were in town Satur-
Henry Siegmund and children
of Fern Ridge were trading with
Stayton merchants Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rabens
visited at the W. D. Cornish
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson of
Fox Valley were trading with
Stayton merchants Saturday.
hear Sousas’ Band were Mr. and
Mrs. B. A. Schaefer and son Ce-
cil and Miss Ruby. Mr. and Mrs.
H. Lilly, Dr. Pinler and Ed.
A- E. Carey, of Mill City, lost
a valuable bird dog this week
from poisoning. The dog was
brought to Stayton for medical
treatm ent but not soon enough.
Dr. W right the veterinarian, who
examied the animal, pronounced
it strychnine poisoning. .
Byron Williams of Happy Hol
low visited at his father’s home
ROCK PO IN T
Mr. and Mrs. Norris Hunt and
Mrs. Guy Mosier of Siverton, children visited in Salem a few
is visiting at the W. S. Waters days last week. Mr. Hunt also
home in Stayton this week.
attended the stock show in Port
Mrs. W’m. Harlan and three land.
Geo. Downing visited with his
sons, of Idanha. were visitors at
the Waters home here this week. parents a few days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Frank
Miss Clarence Monroe and son,
to Silverton one day
Idaena, were guests at the W.
S. Waters home, this week.
Mr. John Boedihheimer and
Leo. Rock has purchased five
Henry F’rank motored to the
acres along the water ditch, from
coast after saimon this week.
Claude Darby, which he will set
Mrs. Albert F’rank called on
out to loganberries.
her sister, Mrs. John Boedighei-
H. J. Rowe, of the Stayton mer last Thursday.
Electric Light plant, was look
Mrs. Henry F rank and daugh-
ing after business at Salem on
visited relatives in Stayton
Roy and Dee Kelley and Allen
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Downing
Phillips of Kelley’s Mill were w ere Stay ton callers one day this
business visitors in Stayt» n Sat
Ed. and Geo. Schmitt were
Mrs. Jacob Siegmund of F'ern transacting business in Salem
Ridge was the guest of her Monday
daut-hter Mrs. J. M. English on
w „ ldle and MarKaret
Fnday of last week.
Hensley „ f S u y t„ n spent the
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. K irschand week-end at the F’. M. F’resh
daughter Mary of Howell District home.
attended Grange meeting here
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Patton and
daughter Genevieve spent Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Schaefer. day at the E. C. Downing home.
Mrs. Archie Caspell and Miss
School is closed this week on
Ella Williams motored to Salem account of teachers institute and
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