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About Stayton standard. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1915-1917 | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1916)
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Largest Circulation in Stay ton’s. Trading Territory o f Any Newspaper
STAYTON . M ARION COU NTY, OREGON, A P R IL 19, 191$.
1 building in this city, about fifty
from but o f town being present.
Among the speakers were E.
F. Carlson, assistant state suj^
erintcndent o f public instrttc-
tion, County School Supt. W. M.
Smith, F. S. Gannett, and J. F.
Axley, all of Salem. Clyde Hof-
fer, Miss Crabtree, and Mrs.
Pratt directed exercises by the
pupils of their respective classes.
. Some entertaining and instruc
tive talks were given and an in
teresting time is reported.
jng, the result o f a great deal o f
Stayton May Have
spjdy and practice. “ Hicks at
Another Factory College” had to deal with Hick’s
Church of Christ
A false report has been put,In
circulation that 1 have had troub
le with breakage on my Chevolet
car and that fixtures could not be
obtained on the coast, necessitat
ing aT long delay by having;to
send east for parts. These re
ports are absolutely false. I
have never had any broken pferta
about the car. The only trouble ~
we have had with the machine
was adjusted in ten minutes by «
a man who knew how; and that
was so simple it could have been
fixed by any . school boy had he
known just what to do. We are
well pleased with the Chevolet
car. Have found no fault w R b -
it and if were going; to buy a car t
again, would buy a Chevrolet
the manufacturer o f “ Braino”
Thursday, 8:00, Prayer service
the great brpaKast food, and and sermon on “ Prayer.”
a bunch of college girls and boys,
Ladies Aid Friday afternoon.
a professor, a bill-poster, a maid
LordJs Day—Bible school 10:00
a waitress, a housekeeper, a pro A joint Easter program with the
prietor o f an ice cream parlor Kingston Bible school in the in-
a reporter and was full o f ( terest o f National Benevolence.
I While Stay ton Grange a! ways
romance and humor.
Let us make it a banner day.
a good time at its meetings
Preaching 11 a. m. Subject
id frequently has an especial
‘ ‘The Resurrection o f Jesus-.'"
|iy when visitors from abroad
Communion 13 m.
here to assist in the program,
Basket dinner and fellowship
kturday last was the one most
^^On Sunday morning the pastor at noon.
t>ted in its history, as it was the
will preach an Easter sermon on
Junior 3 p. m.
time on which the State
“ The Fact o f the Resurrection.” ^ _ Christian Endeavor 7.00 p. m.
Iaster has graced the occasion
and in the evening his subject Mrs. Clara Pratt, leader. The
Pearl Humphrey, a native of
ith his presence.. Added to
will be ‘ ‘The Bed Too Short and program is to be mostly musical
Ms there were other prominent
he Coverings’ Tuu Narrow.-“ — with shorf laltttiy the pastor on — y,,
raenH^STmaking a day
Junior and Senior Leagues at ‘ ‘The Battle Over the Empty
|ng to -b e ren\embered. E. C. that territory, died at his farm
Speaking o f Percy R, Kelly,
the urual hours.
»ncSrwState Master, of Oregon home near Sublimity, after a
present circuit judge, who is a
The ladies aid society meets
|ty, Mrs. Zells Fietther. County very short illneks, Saturday last,
Preaching 8 p. m. Subject. candidate for re-election at the
at thé parsonage.
juty and John P. Robertson,.
‘ ‘The Two Covenants.”
Republican primaries, the Dallas
Evangelist Lewtas, who is
He was a kind and affectionate
8slefn, were present. Also
Everybody is welcome.
Observer says: “ A t' each suc
hoiding meetins at McMinnville,
fpresentatives o f Fox Valley, husband and. father, a good
ceeding term, his fair methods
R. L. Putnam, Pastor.
expects to close there on Sunday
jmsville and Turner Granges. neighbor and friend who will be
and knowledge o f the law have
and on Sunday. April 30th, will
¡A very interesting address missed in hir community.
A newspaper man can say nice appealed alike to lawyer and
W. W. Williams, the inventor begin his work in Stayton.
las given by State Master bereaved wife and children and
and pleasant things about a man layman."
|>ence, and also, by Mrs. Fletch- relatives wili have the sympathy and maker o f the Auto-writer, will be accompanied by Mrs. :and his whole -family for two
Edward EL Brodie, president
Mr. Robertson spoke on o f many friends in their sorrow. visited Stayton and the Stay- Lçwtas, who is o f great assist : long years and never hear a word of the Oregon State Editorial
Credits .and Taxation,” and He pad been a member o f the ton schools during the week-end. ance tti the work. They will be | from them, and then in 6ne short Association aod publisher o f the
ive his hearers an entertaining Christian church «for a number o f On Monday he was in the school, entertained at the home o f Mrs. • week, by some hook or crook,. Oregon City Morning Enterprise
demonstrating the practical value Cain. Mr. Lewtas besides hold get in a seeming uncharitable and Philip S. Bates, secretary o f
ilk. ‘ ‘Education from a Farm- years.
Besides his widqjw, he leaves of this little device. It seemed ing nightly meetings lectured
Standpoint” was discussed
phrase and g e t blowed further the Association, and publisher o f
children, Claire/aged band to be the opinion of all the teach twice before the students of
S. H. Heltzel in a pleasing
than Guilderoy’a kite, and incur the Pacific Northwest, Portland,
He is sur ers that this little device will the Baptist college, twice before
|nnner. A musical and literary Eva, aged 3 years.
their life time enmity. This is were callers Saturday. They are
(ram was carried * -out by vived by h i» parents, Mr. and render material assistance in the high school students, once one o f the secret pleasures o f the calling on various newspapers o f
raiige members, making a very Mrs. William Humphrey o f near. securing muscular movement in before the párent teacher organ business.—Gervaia Star.
the State in the interests o f the
ization and once to the Civics
Victor Point, and three brothers, writing.
Last week the body o f Mrs. V. Association. .
As usual, a grand feast had ! Floyd, of Monroe, and Arlo and
State Supt. Churchill and as- club o f McMinnville. The mem J. Svancara was exhumed and
Wm. Nendel is having a room
ben prepared by the ladies, and i Harry Humphrey, of yictor 9istant Supt. Carleton on their bers and friends o f the Method
built in the livery stable which
be that is pronounced superb i Point. . . .
recçnt visit to the Stayton school ist church here are anticipating go, undertaker, to Wilbur, Neb.
he will use for a feed store.
The funeral was held Moqday^ •were very much impressed with a profitable series o f meetings
those who hud the.pleasure of
j conducted by R. L. Put/iarg and thé playground apparatus. They under this noted worker.
years ago. - The husband agd
E. B. Lockhart, Pastor.
¡Stayton grange is one o f the interment was made at Rocky are preparing a new recreation
lived for a time near the
ye granges of the valley, with Point
. . _
. Dr. Beauchamp reports the ar- Spaniol mill, going east a few
yd- membership, which was
nnKton of the SUte pepartment nv>i o f
the home months ago.
•* CAKD OF THANKS
|ded to Saturday, several new
We most sincerely thank our
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Lilly
»mbere being enlisted.
All friends and neighbors for their possible in regard to our play
east o f Snblimity. the 12th.
rented the G. B. Trask cot
Resent were well entertained kindly assistance shown us dur ground equipment. It is very
4th S t , and will occupy
iring the day, and all grange ing our hour o f trial occasioned pleasing to the teachers to have
Mr. and Mrs. Trask will
embers feel pleased over the by the death o f our beloved them take our plans as models.
reside with Mrs. Trask’s mother,
ct of having entertained the Pearl Humphrey.
Several n ;w pieces o f apparat
Mrs. S. J. Follis.
bief State officer and other
218 Hubbard Bid., Salem.
us will be built soon, which will
Mrs. Pearl Humphrey
Wm. Follis, who was recently
make the grounds here the best
• and Relatives.
E. Roy and wife, M&ses .Milca kicked by a horse, is around on
equipped in Marion county.
Mr. William, thh p .n m .n .h ip t » ^
motored to Portland Sunday, re
Of Fishing Tacket now in at teacher, who visited us this week turning Monday.
Saturday there was a large at-
had nothing but praise for our
Use Beauchamp’ s Headache
dance at the. teachers’ insti- Beauchamp’s Drug Store. See
they took a trip over the Colum
work in writing. He said that
|te held at the • High School window.
bia highway, and pronounce the Tablets—15c box.
the work done here by Prof. Hof-
While in the
A young man back east hung
fer, the penmanship teacher,
city Mr. Roy purchased a new himself because some people
was far above the average and
supply o f optical goods.
only equalled in one or two
A with him.
schools throughout the country.
But if you are troubled
trees would be full o f preachers,
The Parent-Teachers meeting
To choose from at Beauchamps school teachers, doctors and ed
with your eyes and want
held at the high school auditor^ Drug Store.
relief, let us make a sci
itors, says an exchange. In fact
ium last Friday evening was at
P. C. Freres and daughter, there would be few people on the
entific examination o f
tended ' by a very large crowd. Miss Helen, were in town Mon
your eye« and correctly
Several pleasing numbers were day. Miss Freres recently suf ground.
them with glasses.
Guy Sloper is here from Port
rendered by the school and or
fered the amputation o f the sec
You will get com fort
chestra. Mr. S. H. Heltzel a ond toe on her left foot, Dr. land.
member o f the School Fair Com-
Among the appreciated callers
Beauchamp performing the op
mitte made a report as to the eration. She was in Monday for at the Standard office Saturday
progress being made on organi the purpose o f h&ving the stitch were Mrs. L. S. Lambert, Mrs.
E. G. Siegmund, o f Fern Ridge,
W ith Barr Jewelry Store
The question of appointing
Luther Cole accompanied Mr. Miss Elia Williams, Mr. and Mrs.
special committees to instruct the
and Mrs. Ringo to Salem Sun W. J. Hewitt.
children in their work was dis day, going from there to Brooks
cussed and thought to be a good where he joined the hall team o f
plan. At the next and last Parent
that place in a game o f ball at
Teachers meeting the plans for ML Angel. The Brooks pitcher
the School Fair will be complet
- Arranging our store and unpacking new
was up until three innings, giv
his opponents several hits.
goods, but are not too busy -to wait
The last three were pitched by
on you when you call.
Cole and n ota hit was secured.
We understand “ Coley” has con
W e have a large stock o f
tracted to play with the Salem
So the poet says.
W e knòw from
The High School Auditorium
experience, that they also -bring very -
was crowded to the utmost last! Mrs. W. J. Hewitt was called
bad colds and kindred ailments.
And more edming.
night by admiring relatives and to Gooch Sunday by the illness o f
It is well to have a preventive and thè
friends who had gathered to wit her sister. Mrs. A. Laffoon, go
Let us figure on any bill you may need
best thing we know for it is a
ness the last of a series o f plays ing up by auto.
in our line. W e are sure we can
given by the school, “ Hicks at went up Monday by train, re
College. ’ ’ This play was put on turning in the afternoon. At
save you money.
by the High School under the last report Mrs. Laffoon was con
direction o f Miss Tiffany and Mr. siderably improved.
Davis and was a very creditable
M. Goodie last week sold a
small tract o f land east o f town
W. M. Malone. The land ad
[ & X TRA D IN G STAM PS G IV EN
Cleaning and Pressing.
Odd Fellows Bldg.
displayed some very clever act- join« Mr. Malone’s place. .
range Has Greatest
Day in History
Pearl Humphrey Dead
W. W. Williams* iriventor o f
the auto-writer, a simple instru
ment to perfect the hand-writing
o f pupils, was in the city Mon
day, looking over the chair fac
tory with a view to purchasing it
for the manufacture o f his in
vention. He thinks the property
would be suitable for his pur
pose. While in town he sold a
number o f the writers to school
The auto-writer is o f wood and
goes in the palm o f the hand,
the pen or pencil passing throu
a hole in one end. The object to
be attained "if (6 proven t the pu*
pil from bending the fingers and
to g<?t into the habit o f the arm
He expects to manufacture
it by thousands.
Take a Course of
Prices áre Reduced
Six treatments for $10.
NONA N, UTOS, Masseuse.
Nice New Line
For That Headache
Fine Line of Stationery
Buy Your Shoes WOW!
If you want to
fight, join the
This is no false alarm. They will
be much higher in a very short
Dr. HERMAN W , BARR
State and Liberty Sts.
W e Are Busy
Hardware and Furniture
High School Play Was
BRING MAY FLOWERS
Good Rain Coat
LILLY HARDWARE CO.
T H E FIX UP.