The Hillsboro argus. (Hillsboro, Or.) 1895-current, November 08, 1928, Image 1

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    See You al the
Night in
I {ere Mondi
Night in Paris”
Here Monday
Hoover Given
For President
Ticket Headed by O.
Win* City Election
Hiatt Defeats Brown
But Peter*, I.aFollett and
Wilke* Named
An avalanche of vote* In the gen­
eral election Tuesday curried nl!
democratic opposition before it as if
in a tidal wave, with the result that
it i* all over nnd the republicans
are doing the shouting.
Herbert Hoover, the vote indi­
cates, will enter the Whit«* House*
on March 4 with the greatest popu­
lar support ever given n president
of the United States. Mr. Hoover
with the upstate New York vote
overcame the large plurality held by
Smith in New York City to secure
th«' electoral vote of the governor's
horn«* state.
The municipal ticket, headed by
Orang«* Phelps, one of Hillsboro's
most progressive and popular busi­
ness men, was given an overwhelm­
ing majority by Hillsboro voters.
Phelps received 772 votes for ma­
yor, as opposed to 382 for E. L.
It. C. Hill in North
Hillsboro was favored by 688 voters
as compart*«! with 355 for C. C.
Bannister. It was reported at first
thnt M. 11. Stevenson hail carried
by th«' narrow margin of three* votes
over George J. Limber, his opponent
in Southeast Hillsboro, but u Inter
check showed Stevenson 588 and
Limber 485. J. L. Anderson re­
ceived 687 votes to 361 for C. E.
llrundaw as councilman in South­
west Hillsboro. Thomas Connell run­
ning on thia ticket was unopposed
for council ami his vote totaled 988.
The race between J. M. Hiatt, in-
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Jurors Named
For November
The jury list for the November
term of court, as drawn, doe* not
include any women. The new jurors
ar«' a* follow»: Stephen Baker.
Gal«'* Creek; Otto George, Hillsboro
route 5; IIIrani P. Downing, Beaver-
ton route 1; I-ewis Power», Corne­
lius; Henry Peters, Sherwood route
4; II. H Armfield, Forest Grove;
Edward II. Catching, Forest Grove;
H. G. Dickniun, Portland route 5;
E. D. Roseman, Beaverton; E. I>.
Horner, Hillsboro; Henry T. Bruce,
Riwilville; Albert Running, Corne­
lius; Arthur Knox. Gaston; Frank A
Bennett. Forest Grove route 1; Fred
Sewell. Hillsboro route 4; Alva Wo-
dell, Cornelius; William Clap« haw.
For« -t Grove; Frederick Henry Cald­
well, Hillsboro; A. M. Dickenson,
Metzger; Homer R. Emmott, Hills­
boro; Kirk Hoover, Beaverton rout«*
3; Edward Meier, Hillsboro route 4;
Paul J. Beck, Gaston rout«* 1; Gor­
don Fisk, Sherwood; Roy II. Jnquith,
Laurel route 2; Clyde Leedy, Ti-
"iird; W.
W E. Hamilton, ____
Forest Grove;
Bert A. Barber. Hillsboro; \\ illmm
Clark, Forest Grove; F. G. Brown,
North Plains.
charg« s resulted in a $500 fine nr.d
six months on the first, and $3,000
fine nnd n year in jail on each of
the last two counts for Dudley E.
Wilson in circuit court last week.
No parole was granted. He waived
a grnnd jury indictment. Arthur
Shontell waived th«' indictment and
was fined $500 and paroled for six
Orders were given in the follow­
ing cases F. G. and Clara B. Brown
vs. Carl Stein; Union Central Life
Insurance company vs. William Ker-
ron et al; Portland Trust ft Savings
Bank vs. Oregon Nursery company
et nl.
Carl V. Oppel pleaded guilty yes-
terdny to liquor charges and was
fined $500 and given six months in
He was paroled for $500.
Robert Wood* was given the »«me
sentence and parole was taken un­
der advisement.
Make More Moves in
New Court Building
Th«' office of W. F. Boley nnd as­
sistant* is being moved to the first
floor of the new addition to the
court house this morning. Mr.
Boley’s office is on the west, side of
th«> building along with the sheriff
and treasurer.
County Clerk E. C. Luce will
move over the week-end. He will
be in the southeast corner of the
first floor. Judge E. J. Ward and
Commissioners F. W. Livermore and
J. M. Hiatt will probably move to
their new quarters on the second
floor early next week.
As soon as officers move out into
tho new section, the old quarters )
are being remodeled.
Hillsboro Airport
Inspected by Man
brom Government
The Next President of the United States
John E. Sommers, department of
commerce airport specialist, was in
Hillsboro Saturday to inspect the
local airport, lie *aid Hill boro had
a very good start for a city its size,
nit hough much work was required
to nut th«- port in A 1 condition.
II. I.. Mackenzie and Jake Weil of
the legion aviation committee ac­
companied him on the trip.
Tne airport could he put in claa*
3 rating with little work, according
to Mr. Sommer*. He said that it
would be shown on department of
commerce maps at the present time.
He made suggestion« for improve-
........ which Dr E. 11. Smith, the
owner, and the American Legion
will endeavor to follow out.
An aeronautic emergency com­
mittee consisting of Mr. Mackenzie,
Jake w.d and w. Verna McKinney
has been appointed from the Ameri­
can Legion. This committee is to
take charge in case of an aeroplane
crash or accident within the Hills­
boro territory. The committee has
to be such that anyone in charg«* of
an airline or army or navy plane
can get in touch with and on whom
they can depend.
Legion Posts
Show Activity
Jones Talks to
Business Men
The legion program for th«' year
calls for concentrated effort on com­
munity activities, declared Charles
I*. Jones, district committeeman of
tho American Legion, in an address
nt the Monday noon luncheon
th«* chamber of commerce.
He urged the co-operation of
cal people in events put on by
American Legion, raying thnt
would all be paid back in service to
the community. Support in the le­
gion mcniliership drive was urged of
th«* bu-iness men by Legionnaire
Jones, who said th«* legion needed
th«* member* for strength in organi­
zation and the service inan needs
the American Legion.
Committeeman Jones said thnt th«'
legion was destined to brcome the
greatest organization in the world
nnd that it woul«l be for the good.
He said that membership in th«*
American Legion was only available
to those who hail served in the
World war under th«* American fing
ami that it wns something that could
not be bought.
Cornman«ler W. H. Dierdorff of
Hillsboro post acted as chairman of
the meeting.
H<* announced that
the week from November 11 to 17
would b«> legion membership week,
J. II. Murton, chairman of the
activities committee, outlined the
program for Armistice Day.
Jake Weil said that business men
end others solicited to buy or donate
by veterans should find out if they
have the recommendation of the le­
gion post here, because it is never
Two Arc Arrested
On Burglary Count
A enr standing on the street* of
Forest Grove, across from the Quick
Lunch shop, early Saturday morn­
ing aroused the suspicions of Night
Officer McGuire with the result that
Chester Frost and George Sundquist
of Portland were taken into custody
charged with burglary. The nun
are said to have been caught while
attempting the robbery of the lunch
Sheriff J. E. Reeves says the men
were involved in th«' robbery of the
llarte pool hall and restaurant at
Timber October M, and th«- Mike
Welter garage at the same place last
Friday night.
Robert Woods wns arrested nt
Beaverton Saturday on a liquor
charge and Willis 11. Chnlker of
Portland was taken Monday on
booze charges.
Carl Valentine Oppel of Portland
was arrested Tuesday night at Bea­
verton on a liquor charge. His car
was confiscated.
Frank Kittson of Thatcher was
taken into custody yesterday on an
assault anil battery charge.
Golden Rule Stressed
By Rotary Chieftain
Beaverton Hi
Gives Hilhi a
Scare on Grid
Beaverton high school's record of
no defeats for the 1928 gridiron
reason was marred Friday afternoon
when the blue and white boys of
Hillsboro high took a 7 to 6 victory
on the Beaverton field.
The locals turned in their poorest
performance of the season.
fight that has characterized the team
so far in the season's play seemed
gone and Hilhi was lucky to win the
Break* Successful
Off tackle bucks for Hilhi were
good for from 5 to 15 yards on most
every play and the locals worked the
ball up and down the field for 60
and 70 v.«rd< only to I..-«- th«* ball
on fumbles. In the second quarter
Rushlow fumbled the ball and it
rolled 30 yards townrd the Hilhi
standards, where n Beaverton player
recovered. A 15-yard pass, coupled
with a line buck, gave Beaverton
the first score of the game. Try for
point fniled.
On the kickoff Blazer turned in n
52-yar«i run before being hauled
down. As th«* half ended Hillsboro
was marching down on the Beaver­
ton goal.
Rushlow started the second half
by heaving on«* of his 40-yard
passes, which Freeman caught and
carried another 10 yards. He had a
clear field ahead of him, but the
rough condition of the ground mad«*
his footing uncertain. From this
point bucks carried the ball over
th«* line for Jhe Hilhi touchdown,
and a pass from Blazer to Patterson
netted the extra point.
Hillsboro mad«* nin«* fumbles, six
of which were recovered by Beaver­
Fant Follow Tea m
A large crowd of Hillsboro busi-
ness i mcn and students followed the
The Hilhi lineup: Patterson, le;
Pasley, It; Gabie, rg; Bagley, c;
Dinsmore, rg; Chase, rt; Freeman,
re; Rea, qb; M. Johnson, lh; Blazer,
rh. and Rushlow, fh. Substitutes:
Rehse for Pasley, H. Johnson for
Blazer, Hare for Patterson, Vickers
for Freeman, Batchelar for Rush-
The growth and development of
the individual member is the essen-
tial part of Rotary, according to
District Governor John Casper of
Walla Walla, v.ho addressed the lo-
cal Rotary club Thursday.
Rotary, h«* said, wns meeting the
desires and needs of th«* world.
There are 2,900 clubs in 44 differ­
ent countries and the large memher-
ship is indicative of the good work
it is doing.
“If you cannot do business with- '
out violating the _ golden rule there
is something wrong,” the governor
Two persons were injured in an
said. He stressed the application of accident near Six Corners Friday
the golden rule to the activities of! when cars driven by Theodore C.
daily life.
Fones of Portland and C. Ecks of
Dundee collided. Mr. Fones received
minor cuts and bruises about the
nose, knee and leg, while Mrs.
Fones, who
wnv was
nti.i thrown
out ui
of the
viiv .
machine, was dazed and bruised and
received minor lacerations.
Two Are Hurt in a
Car Wreck Friday
The Sanitary Meat Market at Ti­
gard was robbed Sunday night of
$140 in currency and silver. Sheriff
J. E. Reeves investigated. Officers
are of the opinion thnt someone wns
watching Pete Potwin, proprietor,
when he hid the money in a bag
under a box in th«1 market.
Tlu* Ralph Hannan
lannan general store
at Buxton was robbed Friday night. I
Two beeves belonging to the Rei­
chert market nt Forest Grove were
stolen from the Emmott slaughter
house west of Hillsboro last night.
Coffee Club Play
Many Awards
At the Venetian
Won By Local
Creates Interest
“Chicken Feed,” the annual Cof­
fee club play, will be presented at
the Venetian theater next Tuesday
and Wednesday evenings under the
direction of Mrs. H. H. Stannard.
Ticket* should be reserved at once.
The play is a story of modern
home life and it revolves around the
universal rights of the check book.
Women declare their liberty—and
thereby hangs the tale. It is a con­
tinuous round of comedy.
The cast in order of their appear­
ance: Art Miltenberger, “Jim Bai­
ley”; Mrs. Victor Batchelar, “Luella
Logan”; James Peppard, “Hughie
Logan," her husband; Mrs. H. Sta-
*ek, “Annie Bailey,” Jim’s wife;
Vernon Turner, “Danny Kester,”
the bridegroom; Fannie Konigan,
“Nell Bailey,” the bride; Tom Cald­
brother; Wm. Earl Ogilbee, “Mr.
Tevis,” the station agent; Reuben
Kuratli, “Judge McLean”; Alexan­
der Morley, “Oscar,” and Mr*. Sam
Johnson, “Miss Johnson.”
Mrs. Bentley is business manager.
Winter Brings On
Dedication Shoot
Criminal Activity
At Local Airport
A dedication shoot will he held at
the new shooting grounds of the
Washington County Rod and Gun
club at th«1 Hillsboro Airport, begin­
ning at 10 a. m. Monday. Presidents
of the Portland, Salem, Corvallis.
Eugene and McMinnville clubs will
be invited to take part in the dedi­
Considerable work has been done,
including the building of concrete
walk*. and local gunners feel that
they have one of the best shooting
grounds in the state.
Nutmere Win* Coveted Prize
and Sweepstake*
List of Winners Large
Beat Potato Exhibit Ha*
Come to Thia Section
Washin *ton county ha* been
awarded the silver trophy for
winning the largest number of
blue ribbons in the land prod­
ucts show.
This county won 25
Winning four first premium
awards and the sweepstakes banner,
Washington county certified seed
potato growers carried off the honors
in the important potato classes at
the Land Products show being held
in connection with the Pacific Inter­
national Livestock Exposition in
Portland this week.
Rowell* In Charge
Nutmere, a walnut orchard com­
pany in charge of Rowell Brothers
of the Scholls community, won the
coveted first prize in the certified
Burbank seed potato class, and it
was this exhibit that received the
sweepstakes award for the best po­
tato exhibit in the show.
“It is the first time in my recol­
lection that a western Oregon coun­
ty has won this banner,” stated C.
D. Minton, manager of the Land
Products sbow. Nutmere also won
the first award in the commercial
Burbank class.
H. R. Findley & Sons, Portland
route 2, won the
__ _____
first w_____
prize _______
in the
Netted Gem certified seed potato
class, another honor usually con­
ceded to eastern Oregon annually.
That all American Legion posts
in the county are taking an active
part in the affairs of their respec­
tive communities was shown by the
reports of post representatives at a
meeting of the Washington county
council of the American Legion, fol-
; lowing the Hillsboro post special
session at Beaverton Friday night.
Ernest Schmid of Forest Grove is
president of the council.
President Schmid suggested that
the posts work together for an all-
, county Armistice Day celebration
I after this year.
The Sherwood legionnaires were
instrumental in creating interest for
a gymnasium for the Sherwood
schools, according to Commander
Walter Peter* Winner
Young. The amount hag been put
In the 4-H Club class of Bur­
, in the budget.
banks, Walter Peters, of Sherwood,
Windsor Moore of Banks said the won the first award.
Banks post would be “over the top' .»»
Washington county potato grow­
in membership by November 17.
ers co-operating with County Agent
O. T. McWhorter, placed twenty en­
Herbert Hoover
lated with the legion bug is to ex­ tries in the potato show.
pose yourself by coming to the
To Bert Rowell, of «vow»
Scholls, •=
is uu»
meetings, declared Charles Jones, the credit for th'e seieCtion’of the
Two Day* Remain
district committeeman.
* ■
sweepstakes exhibit.
In Clubbing Offer
Commander William H. DierdorfT , Other potato award* won
«vu « by the
in the Hillsboro post session urged W^hin'gtM"count7“‘iTowers X?e "aZ
that every effort be made to have fonOws: Nutley, in charge of Carl
Just two more days remain for
old members signed up at once. No- Wohlschlegel. Laurel second, and
those desiring to take advantage
11 to 17 is membership H. R.
~ Findley & ~
of the Hillsboro Argus and Ore-
Sons, fourth, on
goiiian clubbing offer, wherein
, certified Burbanks.
Nutley, third,
An entertainment consisting of
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the two may be secured for $6
singing and dancing followed the
by mail, or in other words, two
for the price of one. The Daily
The tenth anniversary of the sign­ meeting. This was arranged by the
and Sunday Oregonian and the ing of the armistice, which ended activities committee, J. H. Murton,
Argus by mail cost $7.80.
the world’s greatest war, will be ob- chairman. Mr. Murton announced
-erved here Monday, on account of that a legion blanket would be given
November 11 coming on Sunday. the member selling the greatest
Hillsboro post of the American Le­ number of tickets to the carnival
gion has arranged a patriotic pro­ dance «nd “Night in Paris,” here
v v-H f
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ram for the morning and the eve- on November 12.
A little heard of Washington
IllllsbOrO IS Called ning will be “chuck full of fun.”
county industry that has been mak­
“Night in Paris"
ing rapid strides since its inception
Great plans are being made by the
a year ago is the packing concern
Elias Mason Rice, 79, a resident activities committee for the carni­
of L. B. Haley at Bethany.
of Hillsboro for 37 years, died at val dance and “Night in Paris,” at
Mr. Haley packs boned chicken,
his home here early Sunday morn­ the Shute park auditorium, which is
sandwich spread, chicken noodles,
ing after an extended illness. Fune­ to start at 8:30. The regular Arab
Judging of the windows in con­ chicken and noodles, chicken broth,
ral services were held from the Con­ orchestra will furnish the music.
chicken and brown gravy, plum pud­
gregational church Monday after­ This event is expected to attract the nection with the Armistice Day dis­ ding, fruit cake, fried spring duck,
noon with the Rev. S. McMinis of­ largest crowd ever present at an plays will take place Friday after­ fried giblets, fruit, jams and jel­
noon, according to J. H. Murton,
ficiating. Interment was in the Ma­ American Legion dance.
legionnaires will assemble at the chairman of the legion committee in lies. His labels say, “Packed on the
sonic cemetery.
Veterans’ hall at 10:30 a. m. Mon­ charge of the Armistice celebration. farm by L. B. Haley." Five men
He was born in 1849 in Carter day,
and will march in a body to Many business firms have artistic are employed in the work.
county, Kentucky. Deceased is sur­ the Venetian
The pack has been increased 50
theater where the pa­ windows and are competing for the
vived by the widow, and the follow­ triotic exercises
per cent a month for the past four
ing sons and daughters: Roy J. Rice,
months and at that it is hard for
at 11. All legion men are asked
Sr., Salem; Mrs. Daisy Buchan, ly
them to supply the demand. Three
Marshfield; Mrs. Maude Follette, wars and their allied organizations
to four hundred hens are used a
Hillsboro; Mrs. Blanche Southard, are invited to participate in the ex­
week and this affords a market for
and Mrs. Alma Carney, Portland.
chickens locally.
The sales have
been increasing regularly since a
Mr. Rice was married to Elnora
Rev. Charles Tator, who won a
man was put on the road with the
Milton Lovelace, December 8, 1874, captaincy while serving with the Ca­
at Sedalia, Mo. They moved to Ore­ nadian expeditionary
The possibility of drilling for oil
The plant was closed down last
gon, settling in Columbia county, in France, will be the speaker at the in the farm land south of Hillsboro
1882, and eight years later moved patriotic exercises.
Mr. Tator is was given impetus at a meeting of week for the installation of an elec­
to Hillsboro. Mr. Rice had been a pastor of the Annabelle Presby­ representatives of the Hillsboro and tric capping machine.
member of the Baptist church for terian church of Portland.
Portland chambers of commerce
55 years.
An American Legion blanket will with Erich Schleif, Los Angeles en­
There are eight grandchildren and be given the legionnaire selling the gineer and geologist, here Friday af­
two great grandchildren.
greatest number of tickets to the ternoon. Two large property own­
Services were conducted by Don­ carnival dance.
ers in the district were present.
The committee in charge of ai-
elson ft Sewell, the new firm.
It was agreed that the leases se­
fairs Monday includes J. II. Murton, cured should be put in escrow in ttle
II. L. Mackenzie and Henry Kamna. local banks and after they were se-
Road districts for the most part
All Hillsboro business houses will .
__ _ „„
_ the throughout the county are voting
the lawyers, ____
be closed Monday.
land owners, and
oil people would special levies for road work within
Football at 2:00 p. m.
get together to work oi_.
out ______
a satisfac- their districts.
The athletic attraction for Mon­ tory plan of procedure. It was also | The following districts have re­
day, which is being observed as stated that there would be no so- ported their millages to the county
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licitation for the sale of stock in court: .District. No. 1_, _ 7 mills; 4, 6
Mrs. Ethel Maude Kreitz, 38, of
mills; 5. 5 mills; 7, 6% mills; 12, 5
Washington county.
Hillsboro, died at the Jones hospital
The Portlanders expressed the mills; 1 13, 4H mills; 15, 9 mills; 16,
early Sunday morning after an ill­
Mr. ___
Schleif was a reli- ® ..........
nn“ i;
®. 18, 5 mills; 19, 5 mills; 21,
opinion that
t__ ____
ness of many months. Funeral ser­
able and conscientious engineer. 10 mills; 23, 5 mills; 25. 4 mills;
vices were held Wednesday after­
who is convinced that there is oil 26. 7 mills; 27, 10 mills; 28, 10
mills; 31, 10 mills; 34, 10 mills; 35,
and natural gas in the vicinity.
church, with the Rev. George Pratt
10 mills; 36, 10 mills; 39, 8 mills;
of Orenco and Rev. H. A. Deck of­
The Oregon state game commis­
42, 10 mills; 44, no tax; 45, 4 mills;
Interment was in the sion have just finished planting 237,-
46, 10 mills; 48, 10 mills; 53, 10
Riverview cemetery in Portland.
000 Cutthroat trout from the Gales
mills; 60, 1 H mills; 61, 7 mills; 63,
5 mills; 64, 7 mills; 14, no tax; 24,
Mrs. Kreitz was the wife of Ralph Creek hatchery. The fish were from
W. Kreitz, member of the firm of four to six inches long and were of
10 mills; 33, no tax; 37, 3 mills;
the Imperial Feed ft Grain com­ the best quality raise«! in the state
56, 5 mills; 57, 2H mills; 58, 5
pany. Besides the widower, she is this year, according to Tom Craig
One by one occupants of the old "‘«’•J and 62> 10 mills‘
survived by two sons, Ralph and I and Walter Ryckman in charge of wooden structures on Main street,
Richard, and a daughter, Norma the distribution.
The new tank truck was used to owned by E. J. Lyons of Turlock,
Ellen. Her mother. Mrs. Nellie Bev­
Cal., are moving to more desirable
eridge, and a brother, Norman plant the fish into the streams of quarters. The latest move is that
Short, both of Prince Rupert, B. C., four counties without loss. Clear, i of the Hillsboro Land ft Realty
Patton, Rock, f
West ‘ ~
Dairy creeks
also survive.
company and the Washington Coun­
She was born July 2, 1890, at and the Nehalem river received ty Farm Loan association, headed by
Wellington, B. C., and on November some of the fish. Other counties re- .- „ „ . —J , . Their new location I J. A. Thornburgh of Forest Grove,
3, 1909, was married to R. W. ceiving fish were Columbia, Yamhill I is at 1162 Main street in the Com-) Thomas Connell of Hillsboro and J.
Kreitz in Vancouver, B. C. They and Lincoln,
mercial building, where the county E. Morbach of Sherwood were yes­
Dayton, where
treasurer just moved qut.
terday appointed members of the
sided until October 15, 1920, when
county budget committee by the
they came to Hillsboro.
county court. They will meet at
Services were in charge of Donel-
the court house at 10 a. m., Novem­
son ft Sewell.
ber 15.
Monday to Be
Gala Day For
Veterans Here
i New Industry
Has Progress
Early Resident of
Judge Windows on
Armistice Friday
Oil Drilling Plans
Are Given Impetus
Levies Are Voted
By Road Districts
Mrs. Kreitz Passes
Away Early Sunday
Trout Distributed
To Streams Locally
Another Firm Moves
From Wood Buildings
Budget Committee
Of County Chosen
National Book Week |
November 13 to 17 Fred Sewell Named
For County Coroner
National Book Week will be ob­
served in the public library from
November 13 to 17, with the usual
display of new books. A wonderful
collection of children's books, as
well as the late fiction, will be on
the tables. The library will be closed
all day Monday (Armistice Day).
Folks at Show
Fred Sewell was this morning ap­
pointed county coroner to fill the
vacancy caused by the resignation
of Glenn F. Bell, filed this morning.
Mr. Bell leaves right away for San
Diego, Cal.
Set New Handicaps
For Golf Players Standard Oil Wants
Lease on Property
New handicaps have been estab­
lished at the Forest Hills Country j
club, according
irding to Manager William
The request of the Standard Oil'
Martin. He
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.... members
.............. company
v.,...,,..... for
<• a lease ....
..... Tamiesie
a «.....—< a . -
asks that all
on the
turn in their score cards regularly > tract, owned by the city, across from
as an aid to the handicap commit- the Shute park, was referred to the
tee. _
park committee and city manager
Winners in the par tournament) for action at a meeting of the coun-
Sunday were as follows: Dr. Sam cil Tuesday night.
Todd, first; Frank Miller, second;! As the election returns were com-
Tom Dyer, third; Cap Fayram, I ing in, discussion of the vote took
fourth, and Dr. Ralph Mills, fifth, ) up much of the time.
Scout Honor Court
Next Tuesday Night
The Boy Scout court of honor
was postponed until next Tuesday
night on account of the past Tues­
day being election day. It will bo
held in the circuit court room in th«
Commercial building.