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The New OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, May 8. 1829
I K TI T
Rush Orders Pile Up "and
Make Room for Extra
VALSETZ, May 7. On account
of rush orders the planing mill
crew will work from 7 a.m. tio 9
p.m. for a short time. Theaw mill
will work the regular hours, 8 a.
m. to 5 pjn. and 6 p.m. to 3 a-m.
A dance was held in the com.
munity hall Saturday night. A fair
sized crowd enjoyed the Rood mu
sic furnished by the Valsetz or
chestra. Henry Patton, after pay
ing all expenses, had $41 to add
to the community find.
Mrs. Bert Thomas and daugh
ter Marjorie Jean, returned from
Portland where they were visiting
at the home of Mrs. Thomas' fa-tfcpr.-Mr.
Visiting for a few days at the
homes of Mrs. Farrar and Mrs.
Archie Brown, are Mr. and! Mrs.
Fred Fox and daughter Dofis of
Calem. Sirs. Fox is a sister W Mrs.
Farrar and Mrs. Brown. Mrs.
Ethel Bliven a cousin of the Far.
rar and Brown families is visiting
with them also.
A new house is being built Just
above the Kritzer home by Tom
A bridge party was given by
Mrs. Claus Wickland, Friday eve
ning. XIrs. Patton won first prize
and Mrs. Lester Green the con
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gohebol have
moved from-Spur 23, and are liv
iDg in the house vacated by the
A business meeting of the Missionary-Ladies
aid was held Fri
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Mixer. The president. Mrs. Massle,
called the meeting to order at 2:30
p.m. All joined in sihging "I Love
to Tell the Story." Mrs. Wiggins,
secretary read the minutes of the
previous meeting, and called the
roll which was answered by re
citing the story of some noted mis
sionary. Under new business it was de
cided to have only two meetings
a month Instead of four. The first
Friday for business and short pro
grams, the third Friday will be
The program commute for the
k.!!A meeting is Mrs. Webber. Mrs.
Dodson and Mrs. Bill Carver. Mrs.
Wiggins, chairman of the May
program, used as her topic, the
song, "Cast Thy Bread Upon the
Waters," which was very inter
esting, as each verse was discussed
Dr. J. D. McCormick delivered
a beautiful sermon and served
communion to a large congrega
tion Sunday morning. Services
were conducted in the evening
also. Prof, and Mrs. Munk of Wil
lamette university accompanied
Dr. McCormick in this week-end.
Special Mother's Day services
will be held in the Community
hall, May 12. The Sunday school
has a beautiful program planned.
Dr. McCormick will talk both
morning and evening.
ZENA PIONEERS HT
ZEN A, May 7. Mrs. James A.
French ana son Harold motioed
to Champoeg Saturday to help
commemorate the eighty-sixth an
niversary of the Founders' organ
ization. They were accompanied
by Mrs. Alice Judson, mother of
Mrs. French and two nephews,
Clyde and Robert French of Sa
lem. Rev. L. H. Judson, grand
father of Mrs. French was present
at Champoeg May 2, 1848 when
a vote was taken on whether we
should belong-to the United States
or Canada. Mrs. Alice Judson,
daughter-in-law of Rev. Judson,
deceased, is a "pioneer of Oregon
and attends these gatherings at
Champoeg each year.
The weather was very unfavor
able Saturday, the rain and hail
descending with such riojence as
to almost drown out the voices of
the speakers of the day.
ZENA COUPLES GIVE
FOUR AGT COMEDY
ZENA. May 7. Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph H. Scott and Mr. Roy E.
Barker, all of Zena gave a four
act musical comedy at the pro
gram given at the meeting of the
"young married couples" class of
the First Presbyterian church, Sa
lem. Wednesday evening.
The farm of S. H. Barker and
son was the scene of several mer
ry gatherings recently. Thursday
Mrs. Ralph Tomllnson of Portland
accompanied by her mother, Mrs.
Mary Martin, a sister of Mrs. S. H.
Barker and another sister and her
Mr. and -Mrs. Joe Kluckner all
of Portland motored to Zena and
enjoyed the day with the Barker
Other guests during the week
were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Phillips
and aon Wilbur, of Portland and
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clement and
small daughter of Roseburg. Mr.
Clement U a railroad employee
and when he left Zena went on to
Portland where he will be treated
tor an infected hand.
VISIT IN SALEM
SILVERTON, May 7. Mr. and
Mrs. R. F. Buffer spent Sunday
In Salem as the guests of Mr. and
' Mrs. R. Daniels Ream.
Miss .Florence Neshelm and
Laurence Cook were dinner guests
at the country home of Mr. and
Mrs. I T. Engeman, near Mai
ulxn. Miss Neshelm is Mrs. Enge
Stcn'i sister. "
" Mrs. Powell and daughter Doro
thy of Eugene, spent several days
at the horn ot Dorothy's jxand
arent, Mrs. O. N. Powell, on east
Polk Deputy Is
ZENA. May 7. Mr. and Mrs.
Roy E. Barker and son. Sammy,
were guests in Dallas Wednesday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Holman. Mr. Parker is deputy as
sessor of Polk county, his terri
tory extending from the Yamhill
line south to West Salem which It
includes with Zena, Brush Col
lege, Lincoln, north Spring Valley.
Mr. Barker concluded assessing
these districts Thursday.
SAVAGE TO TEACH
SUN SMILES ON
George W. Hug, city school su
perintendent, has received a let
ter from Carlton Savage, former
Marion county resident now in
Washington, D. C, stating that
Mr. Savage will teach in the Mon
mouth summer school this sum
mer and expects to be in Oregon
from June 10 to August 10. Mr.
Savage was registrar at MonmduTh
normal until three years "ago,
when he went to Washington,
where he has been engaged In
compiling war records for pub
lication. Mr. Savage writes that he has
been attending some meetings of
the American Society of Interna
tional law, of which Charles E.
Hughes is president. Of Hughes
he says: "Heard him make three
addresses on current world prob
lems and feel convinced that his
advanced years have not affected
his mental alertness."
Strkbk By Car
Sherrll Addcock, 12year old son
of Harry Addcock, Salem route
two, box 173, received a serious
scalp wound and bruises Monday
afternoon when he was knocked
down as be was walking across
the pavement a mile and a half
beyond the Marion-Polk county
bridge. Mrs. J. L. Pickens, Inde
pendence route one, was the driv
er of the car which ran over the
boy. Wounds were dressed by Dr.
H. A. Gueffroy, and the lad re
turned to his home. His father is
employed and lives on the Hogg
Gala Day Enjoyed With Nu
merous Athletic Events
and Much Ceremony
STAYTON, May 7. Although
it showered intermittently all
morning the sun came out about
1:15, Just when the May day exer
cises began Friday, May S. Joyce
Anderson was crowned queen by
Prof. H. E. Tobie before a large
crowd. The queen, and her retin
ue made an attractive spectacle as
they wended their way to the
beautifully decorated throne. .
A cantata, under the direction
of Miss Goode and Miss Lillis was
most colorful and enjoyable. Then
there was a specialty dance, the
awarding of the "honor roll" but
tons," and a dutch dance by two
boys and two girls. And last came
the winding of the May pole by
second and third grade girs. At
tired In paper dresses in pink and
orchid and huge bonnets these lit
tle ladles were warmly applauded
and they surely were a delight to
Stayton Loses, 17 to 0
Following the May Bay exer
cises came a ball game between
Aumsville and Stayton. Stayton
lost to the visitors, 17 to 0.
The day was brought to a fit
ting close by the "Jocular Jam
boree" put on by the H. S. The
Freshman gave their stunt fjst;
about a dozen "coon boy." Closer
inspection showed there were
only two "real" boys in the bunch,
however, next came the sopho
more stunt. Three boys; "a fish
in " an' everything. But they
turned out to be girls too.
The Junior act came next. Be
hind a lattice fence, beautifully
decked with hollyhocks, a group
of boys sang popular numbers,
while their "sweethearts on par
ade" came out and Interrupted
The seniors, were six boys dress
ed up like "Follies" favorites, do
ing their stuff before a producer
and the "old folks."
Every Act Applauded
Every act was good and heart
ily applauded. This was one time
when girls would be boys and boys
would be girls. There are a num
ber of good singers in high school,
as was shown in this performance.
Following these four acts the
large crowd played the various
games and entered Into the carni
val spirit until a late hour.
The committee la charge state
that they will realize flOO or
more from this entertainment
which goes jto the high school stu
dent body fund.
JOINS PACIFIC FRUIT
STAYTON, May 7. Ed Pieser.
who has been managing the 8an
Oam store here has accepted a
position with the Pacific Fruit t
Produce Co. at Albany and re
moved to that city. Mrs. Arthur
Lefffer who has also been clerk
ing at the store will have charge
until the last of the month, when
the owner, E. A. Peacock, of Port
land will move the stock away.
FMT GROWERS I
HUBBARD AT MEET
HUBBARD, May 7. Members
of the Hubbard Fruit Growers'
Cooperative association met at the
city hall Saturday to enjoy a so
cial meeting. These meetings are
annual affairs of the association
at which a basket dinner is the
The high school orchestra was
present and played many selec
tions during the dinner hour. The
members of the association great
ly appreciated the music by the
orchestra and were generous In
their praise of the fine work done
by the players with the assistance
of their leader Dr. A. F. de Les-
Experiences in the fruit grow
ing business were exchanged and
many suggestions gained by each
The selling committee has ar
ranged with a cannery in West
Salem to sell the strawberry
crop but to date no offer had
been accepted for the loganberry
crop. The committee also report
ed that the canneries are going to
require the grower to hull the
strawberries in the field. No
prices were mentioned In the re
port. Members of the selling com
mittee for the association are C.
Huffman and George Hall. Mr.
Hall is president of the associa
tion and D. E. McArthur la secretary.
Office Phone 1949
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