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GERVAIS: The regular meeting
of the Gervais Presbyterian Mis
sionary society was held at the
home of Mrs. Virginia. Booster on
Wednesday afternoon with Mrs.
A. R. Slegmund as assisting hos
tess. The Booster home was at
tractively decorated with a profu
sion of late summer flowers. A
short business meeting, devotional
services and lesson study rounded
out a pleasant afternoon.
After the regular business ses
sion Mrs. Scott Jones gave a re
port on her visit to the Woodburn
Missionary society. Miss Dorothy
Minaker, Mi3 Agnes Atkinson and
.Miss Catherine Naftzger assisted
the hostesses In serving refresh
ments. Members present were: Mrs.
Scott Jones, Mrs. William Alsup,
Mrs. A. B. Minaker, Mrs. G. J.
Moitan, Mrs. Ross Cuts forth, Mrs.
James Brihaute, Mrs. Sylvester
Manning, Mrs. I. V. McAdoo, Mrs.
G. T. Wadsworth. Mrs. Irve Cuts
forth, Mrs. B. O. Brown, Mrs. Vern
Jones, Mrs. John Dowd, Mrs. Rob
ert Harper, Mrs. John Cutsforth,
Mrs. McMillan Jones, and the hos
tesses Mrs. A. R. Siegmund and
Mrs. Virginia Booster. Invited
guests included Miss A?nes Atkin
son, Miss Dorothy Minaker. Mrs.
Stella Harrison and Miss Cather
Accepts Salem Talent
There are three Poia Mans,
field companies in the United
States and the vacancies which oc
cur in these companies' during the
year are filled from the classes in
Steamboat Springs, Colorado,
summer school vhich Miss Char
lotte Perry and Miss Portia Mans
field direct eacli year.
Thi3 year five girls from Salem
accompanied MLs Barbara Barnes
to this summc.- school. Miss Mar
tha HoLso :, Mis; Jean Andrews,
Miss Elizabeth Waters, Miss Jose
phine Zimmerman, and Miss Ariel
Word has just bee reciivcd that
Miss Hobson, Miss Water.-. :!ws
Zimmerman, and Miss A:. (Lews
have made ti.ee companies. T.kto
were only 10 vacancies t'.ii.; au
mer and ou. of ti e- 10 .-v.. i a
represented by fou.-. Mis; il'nvell
did not try out.
These four girl will o with
the company ia v. hUii they will h.
placed and travel over the United
States for a year giviis- the !-ro-prams
for which Portia Mans
field dancers have become no. til.
Miss Barbara l!arne3 will re
turn to Salem to open the Bar
bara Barnes School of Profe?sion-
1 1- dancing September 10.
Five generations net at the
home pr Dr. Kstelia Ford Warner
The group making up the five
fenerations were Mrs. Sarah
Green, her daughter Mrs. E. G.
Ford, and her daughter. Dr. Es-
' JtC Mr. Ernest
. UfeUlWt-'. a grand-
.. lin.'?Gr?in, Theodore
aw of Mrs
n, a great
rreaf gftmuneica of Mr-. Green.
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Others in the party wer? Mrs.
Theodore Wood, Mis 'Marion
Wood, of McMinnville. and Mr.
and Mrs. Iceland Allen of Spo
kane. SCOTT S MILLS: Mrs. Denny
Woodford entertained with a mis
cellaneous shower Thursday af
ternoon at her home in honor of
Mrs. Glenn Haynes, a recent
bride-'Mrt. Haynes received many
usetul gifts. Those enjoying the
afteftiooa were M r s. Glenn
Haynes, Mrs. J. N. Amundson
and daAxbters, Beatrice and Hel-
P. Moberg, and daugh
'and Corrnne, Miss Rena
Ruby Crites, Mrs.
r-"rwfg 1 ar,d the hostess.
nay Woodford. Mr. and
Mrs. Glenn Haynes were married
August 17. Mrs. Haynes was for
merly Miss Olive Cole.
LABISH CENTER Week end
guests of Miss I. D. Bennett were
Mrs. Arnold Roder (Grlda Allen)
and little daughter Gene of Thorn
brook, Calif., and Miss Marie Ben
nett of Portland.. Dinner guests on
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Royce
Allen of Salem and Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Bennett and children.
and Mrs. C. N. Needham.
Jed Sunday from an extended
loblle tour of Idaho, Wash
it and eastern Oregon, com-
home by way of Pendleton,
Burns. McKenzie pass, Florence,
Tillamook, Astoria and Portland.
Dr. and Mrs. Burton -Myers have
as the guests for the past week
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin II. Myers, of
Orange, California, and Mr. and
Mrs., E. A. Melansen. of Los An
geles, California. Mr. and Mrs.
Irwin H. Myers will leave Salem
Mrs. Lewis Griffith and chil
dren John and Lorah Kate return
ed from Newport Sunday evening
after having spent a month at the
Spaulding jcottage with M r s.
Mrs. Joiwi Wilson Scott, Galee
burg, Illinois, is a guest of her
daughter, Mrs. J. R. Humphrey at
the Humphrey's on Fairmount
. Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence Dry, of
ilitchel. Nebraska, Tiave been the
recent house guests of Mr. and
Mrs. E. A. McElvaln.
Mr. and Mrs. William Dancy.
Mrfc Fred Waters, and Mrs. D. F.
Warn" spent the weekend In
News and Club
OLIVE M. DOAK,
Youngster's Tailored Frock
Royal Neighbors Sewing
club, all day meeting, Mrs.
Nellie Pierce. 100" South 13th
street. Pot luck dinner.
Sons of Veterans, regular
" meeting. Woman's clubhouse,
Mizpah class of First Bap
Mist church, Mr. P. J. Bles-
sing, 24G0 Lee street.
Missouri picnic, F a i r
1 grounds, picnic lunch, 6:00
o'clock. Telephone Mrs. O. A.
Hnnnpc 1 3 S.I
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Marriages of Interest
In University Circles
M.-.i I.-.gc- in uniersity circles
have been numerous this sum
mer. Within the past two weeks
ia-jl iy announcement-! have been
::uaic. Among the outstanding ones
1-...V: been Mis.; Ethel Graham to
Wil'iani F. Ka.v. both of the Ore
gon Sta'e coiie-e. Miss Nora
1'eLr. ci, Willamette university.
Wayne uoncrtson; miss reari
Pehrsson, Willamette university,
to Harold A. Teale; Mary Keith,
Willamette university to James
Albert Ritchie. This latter marriage-
occurred in Stockton, Calif
ornia, August 1C.
Mi?s Genevieve Thompson. Will
amette university, was married to
Joseph Dyer, August 24, jat Neah-Kah-Xie;
Miss Serena Madssn. and
John Schcffer, both of the, Uni
versity of Oregon, were married
in Junrti'jn City, August 23. Miss
Hazel Malmsten. Willamette uni
versity, and Fair C. Griffen were
married August 19, in Vernonia.
GERVAIS: A group of tne girl
feoi;t troop took an afternoon's
outing last Friday, going to Salem-
to Taylor's beach where they
enjoyed swimming and other out
door sports. They bad a picnic
lunch in the evening and enjoyed
the band concert and fountain dis
play. Those going were: Miss
Francis McDougall, Miss Ellen
Vogt, Miss Beatrice Brown, Miss
Pearl Vogt, Miss Dorothy Monak
er. Miss Wilda Cutsforth, Miss Vi
ola Vogt, and Miss Thelma
Krause, and Mrs. I. V. McAdoo
and Rev. and Mrs. H. L. Graffi-
Robert Charles Halligan of
Mills City and Miss Virginia Lew
is of Lyons were quietly married
Saturday morning. August 24, at
11 o'clock. The ceremony took
place at the residence of the offi
ciating minister. Rev. W. C. Kant
ner, who read the impressive ring
service. The couple were attended
by Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Halligan.
Miss Retha Nash left Sunday
lor San Francisco where she will
meet Miss Gertrude Barkley,
Wednesday. Miss Nash and Miss
Barkley will sail for Honolulu to
be gone for six weeks. Miss Bark
ley will return to Los Angeles
where she will visit for two weeks
with her sister, Mrs. Glen Perry.
Mrs. Charles Spaulding, who
has been spending the summer at
Newport was joined by Mr. Spaul
ding Sunday evening. Mr. and
Mrs. Spaulding will remain at
Newport for the rest of this week
arid then return to Salem for the
fall and winter season.
Members of St. Paul's Episcopal
choir enjoyed a picnic evening re
cently at the Riverdale park.
Swimming, late picnic lunch, a
camp fire and singing made a very
happy evening for the 17 members
who met for this evening.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McElvain
and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Taylor
will leave Wednesday for a motor
trip to Clear Lake by way of the
McKenzie pass. The party expect
to be gone over Labor day.
The Can Do class of the Leslie
Methodist church will not have its
regular meeting for August 28,
but will postpone this meeting ua
til September 25.
The Royal Neighbor Sewing
club will hold an all day meeting
at the home ef Mrs. Nellie Pierce,
1007 South 13th st., on Tuesday.
Pot luck dinner at noon.
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Hunt Club Picnic
Is Splendid Success
While many member of the
Salem Hunt club are out ef town
for the summer, and many more
were gone on week-end trips yet
the Saturday night picnic was one
of the jolliest affairs that the club
has yet given.
Riders left the stable at 9:00
o'clock and rode to the Brush Col
lege picnic grounds where motor
ists had already arrived and had
a huge fire burning with refresh
ments ready to serve. Following
the refresuments there was dan
cing. singijT and much merri
ment until a late hour.
Among those who made up the
crowd were Dr. and Mrs. C. A.
Downs, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Hughes, Miss Alice Brown, Miss
Genevieve Thayer, Miss Irma Bo
lander, Miss Doris Loveland, Miss
Vivian Eiker, Rich L. Reimann,
president of the club, Onier Stolp,
Delmar Bond, and E. J. MacMan
us. A second party, this one to be
in the nature of a sunset party, is
being planned for the near future.
Motorists will meet the trail rid
ers at a chosen sight to be located
on the river. Those who are not
able to ride will come in habit and
take part in the special features
which are to be planned for this
In compliment to the guests of
Dr. and Mrs. Burton Myers, Mrs.
E. A. McElvain entertained with
a three o'clock dinner Sunday at
her home or South Liberty street.
Covers were placed for Mr. and
Mrs. Irwin H. Myers, Orange, Cal
ifornia, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Melan
son. Los Angeles, California, Dr.
and Mrs. Burton, Myers, Jean and
Janice Myers, and Mr. and Mrs.
E. A. McElvain.
Mrs. Harry Wilder Stoop and
Miss Adeline Stopp spent the week
end in Portland, returning Mon
day to take up their residence in
the Haseldorf apartments where
they will remain until Miss Stopp
leaves for New York from which
place she will sail for Paris some
time early in October.
RIFLE ID PISTOL
CAMP PERRY, Ohio, Aug. 26.
(AP) The greatest gathering
of expert rifle and pistol marks
men In the peace-time history of
the United States started here Sat
urday with arrival of approximate
ly 3,000 persons to compete in the
national rifle matches which
opened with practice events Sun
Included in the arrivals were
special groups of the army, navy.
marine corps and national guard.
also police and sheriff officers and
After a week of practice, the
competitive matches will open Sep
tember 1 and continue to Septem
ber 15 on a firing line two and a
half miles long, facing 600 tar
gets. An unusual feature of the pro
gram wm be at match between
expert shots using flint-locks sim
ilar to the guns used in the early
days of the northwest territory by
Danield Boone, Davy Crockett and
Approximately 100 othervents
are scheduled and cash prizes to
taling $40,000 are offered in ad
dition to many trophies. One of
the most coveted is a letter of
congratulations from the presi
dent of the United States and 1.
200 marksmen are entered in this
'RETURN' TO THE DALLES
KEIZER, August 28. Mrs.
Wilbur Stadleman' and little
daughter Mary, returned Sunday
to her home in The Dalles after a
visit at the Blake home. Mrs.
Staldeman was formerly Florence
OREGON STATESMAN, Salem.
Are Dinner Hosts-
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Carlson en
tertained with a family dinner
Sunday at 1 o'clock in compliment
to visitors from California.
Those making up the guest list
were Mrs. John Ferguson, sister
of Mrs. Carlson, visiting here
from North Hollywood, and her
children Floyd and Betty, Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Bixler, and Miss At-
lene Bixler of Los Angeles, Mr.
and Mrs. William East, Catherine
East, Robert East, Emma Louise
East, Mary East, Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey L. Clark. Stayton, Mr. and
Mrs. Emil Carlson, and children
John. Harvey and Eric Lee.
Misg Ferguson and children,
Mr. and Mrs. Bixler and Miss Bix
ler left Monday morning for Cali
fornia. Both Mrs. Ferguson and
Miss Bixler are high school teach
ers In the Los Angeles city school
War Against Russians Will
Be Carried on Upon
SHANGHAI. Aug. 26. (AP)
Permission from the state de
partment of the United States for
the export of military type air
planes, it was learned today, is all
that is holding up formation of a
military air fleet in nationalist
China described as "the most ex
tensive military aviation project
yet undertaken i n the eastern
It was understood that the com
merce department at Washington
had been asked to help obtain ap
proval of the state department in
view of the fact that $1,250,000
would be spent immediately with
American aircraft manufacturers.
Major Cheng Wei Chang, American-trained
aviator who has led
in developing flying in China, has
been named minister of aviation
to Detroit the program of the na
He declared today that the In
itial purchase of 62 airplanes
would be only the first step of a
two year program designed "to
give China a milflary air force
worthy of consideration."
Last Sunday it was announced
that the Canton government was
planning to purchase 100 air
planes presumably to develop the
already flourishing commercial
airplanes in Kwangtung province.
Specifications for- all planes
called" for machine gun mounts,
bomb racks, cameras and other
war equipment, although it was
said that the planes would be cap
able of commercial usage.
The American agency in Canton
which is conducting the negotia
tions with the government said to
day: "Everything waits on the
American state department grant
ing the manufacturers permission
to sell the planes to China."
Five days for advance prepara
tion of freshman students in the
ways of a university have been
announced by Willamette univer
sity this year, repeating the fresh
man week successfully Inaugur
ated last year.
The program Just published by
the university calls for five days
"arranged to aid the new student
in making a good beginning of his
college experience. During these
days he is introduced to the school
its campus, faculty, methods
The first freshman day Is
Thursday, September 12. An ad
dress by Dean Frank M. Erick
son on "Branches of Knowledge"
is on tne iirst aay s program
while a greeting by President
Carl f . Doney is booked for that
night. Conferences with professors
and department leaders will take
the bulk of the time Friday and
Saturday with special talks y
Harlod Eakin on "Student Finan
ces" and Professor James- T. Mat
thews on "How to Study" being
listed on the program. A social
evening with the Y. M. and Y. W.
organizations Monday night is on
the program. The last day for the
freshman days is Tuesday, Sep
tember 17, which includes a dem
onstration on the use of the li
brary by Dr. F. G. Franklin. Dr.
C. A. Downs is to speak the same
morning on "Student Health."
NOTICE OF FINAL
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has filed in the Coun
ty Court of the State of Oregon,
for the County of Marion, her duly
verified Final Account, as Execu
trix of the lest will and testament
of Jennie V. Hunt, Deceased, and
that said Court has fixed Tuesday,
the 3rd day of September, 1929, at
the hour of ten o'clock a. m. of
said day, as the time, and the
County Court Room In the County
Court House, at Salem, in Marlon
County, Oregon, as the place for
hearing said final account and all
Dated at Salem, Oregon; this 3rd
day of August, 1929.
CLARA COOLEY. .
Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament and Estate of Jennie
.V, Hunt, Deceased. -v-.o
RONALD C. GLOVER.' i. . '
Attorney for Executrix, r r
Salem, Oregon. "Afr-Itt-IT-S-3.
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STUDY OF FRUIT
to be Asked of U. S.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 26.
(AP) The department of agri
culture has completed its plans to
ask the special session of congress
for an emergency appropriation of
$26,000,000 to carry on eradica
tion of the Mediteranean fruit fly
in Florida, where the pest has
menaced the entire fruit and vege
Secretary Hyde said today It
would take that amount to finance
the Intensive campaign which will
be necessary before the fly is com
pletely stamped out. He said the
department had no desire to con
trol the fruit fly as that "would
mean living with it and we want
It completely wiped off the conti
nent." Present eradication measures
and the inspection and certifica
tion of fruit and vegetables placed
In interstate shipment will be con
tinued and Intensified. The border
inspection designed to prevent the
carry of the fly into other states
will be increased.
Agriculture department offi
cials, partcularly those in the
plant quarantine and control ad
ministration, have been apprehen
sive of the spread of the fly from
Florida into neighboring states
during the past summer and strin
gent measures have been taken to
prevent such spread. With the
coming of winter it is felt that
greater attention can be given to
eradication as colder weather to
the northward will act as a deter
rent to spread.
Dr. C. L. Marlatt. chief of the
quarantine administration, held
two long conferences with Secre
tary Hyde today. He would not
comment on what occurred but
it was understood at the secre
tary's office that he and Mr. Hyde
had put the finishing touches on
the request for more funds.
If the $26,000,000 is made
available it will bring the sum ap
propriated for fighting the pest
to $30,500,000 as $4,500,000 was
made available soon after infesta
tion was found near Orlando last
Two bicyclists figured in acci
dents Saturday but received only
minor bruises. One rode behind a
car backing from the curb and
the other rode into the front of
a standing car.
John A. Gamble, 390 S. Eigh
teenth street, rode behind the
taxi driven by John Sills, "325 S.
Commercial, and received bruises
to his leg.
George Fogle of Amity, report
ed that he had stopped his car be
fore entering North Capitol from
Center and that a girl came rid
ing around the corner too fast and
bumped into the front of his car.
Her head was knocked against
the pavement when she fell. Fogle
took her home.
Dr. Sidney Kay
Dr. Sidney Kay, who Is opening
offices as physician and surgeon
in Salem, has completed his
course of training in leading med
ical schools and hospitals in many
different parts of the country.
His course in medicine was taken
at the University of Toronto. He
served as intern ien the Multno
mah county hospital, in the Meth
odist hospital in Los Angeles. He
has just returned from New York
where he did further work In me-
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August 27, 1929
Nine Year Old Legal
Tangle to be Appealed
To Supreme Court
DALLAS, August J 6 The
judgment of the Warren Construc
tion company for $3,701.81
against prominent citizens of In
dependence and Dallas will be ap
pealed to the supreme court ac
cording to a decision reached
Thursday when a meeting was
held in the office of the Dallas
Chamber of Commerce.
This suit is an echo of the in
junction brought against the state
highway commission and the War
ren construction company by the
cities of Independence and Dallas
to compel the west side highway
then under costruction to pass
through these communities. The
suit was brought in June 1920,
and injunction secured the against
the commission and construction
company August 4, 1920, and was
dissolved September 9, 1920. John
W. Kaste and Alfred A. Hampton
of Portland have been attorneys
representing the twocommunlties.
S. Benson, E. E. Kiddle and R. A.
Booth were members of the state
highway commission at the time.
Suit , was brought by the Warren
coustruction company for $9,-
022.2 6 and interest until paid
against the defendants. Judg
ment was secured by them for $3,
701.81 and interest from June 22,
1922. It is this judgment which
will be appealed to the supreme
Citizens of Dallas and Independ
ence who pledged their suport to
this suit in 19 20 were; Oscar Hay
ter, iJark Hayter, W. V. Fuller,
H. A. Joslin, A. B. Muir. C. B.
Sundberg, Charles Gregory, A. B.
Starbuck, W. G. Vassall, N. L.
diclne and surgery in some of the
roilTLANU, ore., Aug. zt ,
(AP) Police Lieutenant William j
Breuning today announced that hei
will ask the city council tomor
row for a 30 days' leave of ab
sence without pay so that he may
be off duty when the case of Mrs.
Anna Schrader, private dectective
he arrested on a charge of assault
with intent to kill him, is
in municipal court.
Breuning said he believes this
move will eliminate the possibili
ty of embarrassing the police de
partment. Following her arrest Mrs.
Schrader told Breuning's super
iors that he had been her ardent
admirer for more than eight
years. She declared she had not
intended to kill Breuning but had
merely carried her revolver for
Breuning said she tried to shoot
him twice as he parked his car in
front of his home last Friday. Mrs.
Schrader told police that the
weapon was accidentally discharg
ed when Breuning struggled with
her on the sidewalk after alight
ing from his car.
j West Salem
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lee Bur
goyne had as their Sunday dinner
guests Lester and Norman Bur
goyne of Salem.
Mrs. Watson of WTest Salem and
son, Eddie Watson, left Wednes
day for the beach.
Mrs. F. J. Carter and daugh
ters, Velva and Vera, Mrs. Cart
er's niece, and Lee Lickls ars
camping at the Haley hop yard,
where they are picking early hops.
Mr. Carter is remaining at his
home in order that he may go to
Donald Davis of West Salem
made a flying business trip to
St. Helens Tuesday. He returned
late Tuesday evening.
Miss Elolse and Thelma Ailor
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Dr. Kay is a son of Mrs. Isaac
Kay and a brother of Bernard
Kay of Salem.
BREUNING TO ASK
Guy, Craven Hardware Co., Con
rad Stafrin. C. N. Bilyeu. V. C.
Staats, W. L. Soehren, H. A.
WToods, R. L. Chapman, U. S.
Grant, all of Dallas. From Inde
pendence: R. M. Walker, C. W.
Irvine, G. C. Skinner, Z. C. Kim
ball, O. A. Kreamcr, C. A. Mc
Laughlin, D. P. McCarthy, H.
Hirschberg. Frank McLean, G. H.
Wood, M. W. Walker, Conkey &
Walker. Moore & Addison, Sloper
Bros, and Cockle, M. C. Williams,
C. D. Calbreath. J. D. Hibbs & Co
W. E. Craven Hardware Co., Geo.
W. Carbray and one signature that
was not legible. Many of the above
persons have either moved away
or died in the past 9 years and
perhaps only 20 will be responsi-l
ble for the costs of the suit and j
the judgment if sustained.
It was the decision of those
meeting last night that the suit be
carried to the supreme court, and
that the defendants each contrib
ute $50 towards the costs thus
far. Present for the meeting were
Oscar Hayter, acting as chairman,
R. M. Walker, C. W. Irvine. G. C.
Skinner, A. B. Muir, W. G. Vas
sall, N. L. Guy, C. N. Bilyeu, V. C.
Staats, W. L. Soehren, H. A.
Woods, R. L. Chapman, O. A.
Kreamer, D. P. McCarthy, A. C.
Moore, E. E. Addison, C. D. Cal
breath, A. L. Thomas and U. S.
The committee that has had
charge of affairs relating to this
suit over a period of years has
been Oscar Hayter, R. M. Walker
and C. B. Sundberg, and at their
instigation the meeting was called
to determine the action to take
were Monday afternoon visitors at
the L. E. Davis home. The Ailor
girls will probably be here until
Mr. Daniel Weitzel of Oregon
City called at the Leonard Bur
goyne home Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Weitzel is a brother-in-law of
Mrs. L. E. Davis accompanied
by her sister, Mrs. C. C. Ailor,
were Tuesday afternoon visitors
in East Salem.
The West Salem cannery has
been expected to start on Dears
most any day1 this week. They
have started on the berries with
the night ladies emploved and it
is expected that work on pear3
will be in full swing by Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Asa Smith and
Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs. Ida
M. Covey, spent Sunday at the
home of John Patterson of Willa-
calledina, where they enjoyed a pic-
nic dinner. They also visited sev
eral other relatives while thero
and returned home late Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Wallace and
family accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. May and son made a
short pleasure trip to Cascadia
Saturday night and returned Sun
day evening. They said they had
a very fine time.
Mrs. Marie Burgoyne of West
Salem spent Wednesday at the
home of her mother-in-law, Mrs.
Lola Burgoyne, of 960 Mill street.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Thomas
and small daughter were Sunday
dinner guests at Marion's parents
home, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thom
as. Sam Summers, who has been
visiting at the home of his friend,
Gala Newson, 'of Newport, return
ed to his home. He was there for
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Greene,
James Summers, and Fletcher
Johnson went to Portland Mon
day on a business trip. They will
W. G. Gherke of Eola. was a
luncheon guest at the Thomas
White home Monday.
Billy McAdams of Plaza street
spent Sunday in Portland, where
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h extended the baseball game.
He said it was a very Interesting
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Fox, of
West Salem, were Sunday evening
visitors at the Adam Miers home
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Clark, of
Salem, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Miller,
of West Salem, and .Mr. and Mrs.
Darreil Bradford, of McMinnville,
went to De Lake Sunday morning
and had dinner, then drove on to
Newport. They returned home
Sunday evening. They said it was
very warm at the beach and they
had a very g'jod time.
Mr. and Mrs. A..V. While cf
Salem were -Saturday night visit
ors at the John Thomas home. Mr.
White is a brotaez.of.Xrs.. Thomas.
Mr. and Mrs.: Harold Hendrick
son of San Diego, California, are
spending a 30-day leave at the
home of Harold's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Hendrickson.
They were Sunday visitors at the
Thomas White home on Edgewa-
ter street. They arrived Saturday.
Harold is a former scholar of th
West Salem school.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kirk recent
ly moved to 126 McNary avenue,
where they Intend to make their
home. They ar-e from California.
They rented the house from Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Looaey. who also
reside on McNary avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Fox and
children, JacobHarvey and El
eanor went to Sublimity Sunday,
where they visited Mr. and Mrs.
. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Simpson, of
Plaza street, spent Sunday attend
ing different church in Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Roseman of
Beaverton spent Sunday at the
home of Mr. Roseman's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Roseman of
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Moure and
family of Airlie- were Sunday vis
itors at the home of Ernest's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Moore,
of Edgewater street.
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we are so proud of him and praise
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Lflnkin, N. Dakota.
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