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Smith-Hughes Teacher Has Night Classes at Silverton
SI T Hll
Enrollment Heavy and Inter
est Keen in Silverton
Attendance at State Fair
Slightly More Than That
Of Last Year, Estimate
SILVERTON, Sept. SO. The
Smith-Hughes classes la the Sil
verton high school started off this
year with 4 students against 30
of last year. Much enthusiasm is
being shown for the. work.
Warren Crahtree, who is In
charge of the Smith-Hughes work
at Silverton. reports that two-
Revised figures, based on the
report of J. E. McClintock. audi
tor, indicated that the paid at
tendance at the 1929 state fair
was approximately 108,000 or vir
tually the same as at the fair held
a year ago.
Paid admission tickets at the
1929 fair aggregated $36,880.60
as against $3S,741.25 at the 1928
fair. The 1929 receipts from
paid admissions do not Include
those for the opening and closing
Sundays, which were offset in the
Receipts from season tickets at
fifths of th tirnn 1b soent in the the 1928 fair totalled $1737.50
hops with .farm mechanics and as compared with $1420 at the
rural engineering problems. Oth- 1929 fair. The loss this year in
r subjects being taught this year the sale of season tickets was ap
re poultry, farm animals and proximately $300.
.toils and crops. Additional seating facilities In
During November and December the grandstand increased the re
Mr. Crabtree will conduct night ceipts from this source from $7,
classes In poultry, this work to be 835 in 1928 to $9613.50 in 1929.
carried on under the Smith- The gain for 1929 from the sale
Hughes department also. Classes of seats in the grandstand was
In poultry were conducted here more. than $2000.
last year and it was Mr. crao- The horse snow receipts irom
ceipts In 1928. In 1928 the re
ceipts from the horse show were
$5005.25. Members of the fair
board said the additional expense
entailed In . conducting the 1929
horse show would more than wipe
out any increase in the receipts.
Various other shows on the
grounds this year returned to the
fair board $4784, or nearly $1000
less than in 1928. Receipts from
this source in 1928 were 95587.
Engine Burned in Forest
Fires so That Shut-Down
ZENA. Sept. 30. Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Worthington and their little
daughter, of Cutler City, are in
Zena, where they came to help
with the prune harvest Carl
The largest gain in receipts this Worthington is an employe ot the
year resulted from concessions. In I Keith Lumber company at Cutler
1928 these returns aggregated I City, but is out of employment
$12,672 as against $15,333 this now because the forest fire burn
year. Total receipts for this I ed the donkey engine usea uy tne
year's fair were approximately mill. When Mr. and Mrs. Worth
$72,000 as against $68,500 in ington return home they will take
1928. I with them as guests, Mr. and Mrs
While the total receipts from Ralph Sohn and daughter Nadine
the 1929 fair exceeded those of of Zena.
1928 bv $3500. the attendance Mrs. Ira Newton, of Seattle ar
wan mot as large as had been antl- rived here Friday and la a house
cipated by members of the fair I guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
board. The weather was perfect J as. a. rrencn or zena. Mrs. wew
this year, while at last year's fair ton and Mrs. French are cousins
it rained on Monday and Tuesday. and they have not seen each other
the state fair. Mr. Scholl, his
daughter Dorothy and Mrs.
Scholl'a father, George Wolfer,
motored to Salem and were Sun
day dinner guests at the Clark
Will home. They returned home
Sunday evening in company with
Sunday evening luncheon guests
at the home of Mrs. Neva McKin
sle were Mr. and Mrs. Craig Ded
mon of Canby and Mr. and Mrs.
David Mason of Oregon City.
Miss Gungadene Bldgood, stu
dent at Willamette university,
spent the week end with home
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Russell
are employed at the H. L. Carl
dairy farm. Mr. Russell assists
on the farm while Mrs. Russell,
formerly Miss Fay Givens of Tur
ner, assists Mrs. Carl with the
house work. They began work
at the Carl farm Thursday.
The closing Sunday crowd was
Wi 4nUn!nn n atari rlaaaea inl1Q9Q warn 15522- 25 or annroxi- small, with only a handful of
dairying this year. However, the mately $517 in excess of these re- spectators at the horse show.
demand for a continuation oi tne
poultry classes was so urgent that
he decided to carry them on for
one year more. Poultry subjects
will be handled deeper this year
and raising poultry for financial
returns will be given preference
In the discussions. .Mr. Crabtree
reoorta that he already has 60
names on the list which signifies
those interested in the classes.
PIONEER FETED 1
day afternoon, October 21 at the
home of Mrs. G. A. Ehlen. Mrs. N.
E. Manack. Mrs. A. Kraus, Mrs.
E. Steinhoff and Mrs. Ehlen will
! be the hostess.
Mrs. J. W. Sadler has returned
home after spending several weeks
In the Oregon City hospital.
for 25 years. Lou Judson, a form
er Spring valley resident, was
Mrs. Newton's father.
Mrs. C. A. Muths, of Lincoln,
has received word that measure
ments have been taken for a leg
for her on Howard Wilton. The
young lad is a patient at the
Shrine hospital in Portland and
had his leg removed just below the
hip several months ago. Howard is
expected home in two weeks
HUBBARD, Ore., Sept. 30
(Special) Supt. and Mrs. J. R.
Bid Rood and children of Hubbard
attended a birthday dinner honor
ing Mrs. Bldgood's father, S. Cox
of Tndenendence. on his 84th
hirthdav anniversary given at the
home of his son, Albert Cox at
1270 North Commercial street,
Severn, Saturday evening.
Mr. Cox. in company with Mrs.
Cox, spent Saturday at tne state
fair taking great interest m me
I STUDENTS FROM
BEE. HONEY PRIZES HERE AT 0. S. C.
OPENS ITS SEASON
RICK RE ALL, Sept. 30. (Spe
cial) The Rickreall grange re
sumed activities Friday night, Sep
tember 27. The meetings had been
suspended for the summer.
A hot supper was served at 8
o'clock by the economics commit
tee, Mrs. Oran Kellogg being the
president. Those attending grange
were the Rowell, Kellog, Harland,
Beaver, Wait, Larkln, Dempsey,
Stenson, Lantx, Hewitt, Hamilton,
Covell and Forest Pence tannines.
The grange meeting was well
attended, considering the busy sea
son and that It was the first one
of the year. .
On October 25 the Pomona
grange will meet here.
Mrs. Cole and son Archie of
Salem were calling in Pleasant
View district recently.
Several persons from this
community attended the State
Fair last week.
Mrs. Nellie Worden was called
to the bedside of her sister, Mrs.
Baker, who is seriously 111 at -the
home of her son, Claud Ashby, at
G. W. Hunsaker of Turner and
his daughter from California were
visiting at Mr. Hunsaker'a old
home place Saturday.
SILVERTON, Sept. 30.This Is
fair season. The state fair has
just closed. The Silverton com
munity fair will open in two
weeks. Members of Trinity Young
People's society are taking advan
tage of the season and are making
plans for a fair bazaar to be held
in the church social rooms on the
evening of October 4.
The committee in charge, which
consists of Mrs. Victor Madsen,
Miss Alice Jensen and Mrs. Elmer
Olsen, reports that there will be
a farm booth and a home eco
nomics booth besides the indis
pensable "hot dog" stand. Towels,
handkerchiefs, potatoes, dried
prunes, pumpkin pies and cookies
are some of the things being list
ed for sale.
Proceeds from the fair will go
toward ehureh expenses.
PRUNE WEST ON
JEFFERSON, Sept. SO. (Spe
cial) Mrs. F. T. Glaser of Jeffer
son won four first awards and one
second award In the exhibit in the
bee and honey show at the Oregon
state fair last week. She was also
awarded first prise for the largest
WOODBURN, September -30.
Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Neufeld left
Tuesday to attend the annual state parade of the heralds of health of
conference of the M. E. church In Marion county and of the presen-
i-oruana. mt. eui;ia u tatlon oi prizes won oy m . t -ttI.o-iTe disnlav of anl-
three different offers of advance- and girls of the 4-H club yort y famjf
jnenc irom oiner cnurcuea uu h uovernor rsueisuu
Is not likely that he will resume Mr Cox ls an eariy Oregon pl-
his work here. oneer having come across the
J. W. Berkey returned last week piains by ox team In a covered wa-
from a 8164 mile trip across the from warrensburg, Missouri
continent to Delaware. He was ac-1 wnen three years of age with his wek ln jefferson with her sister-
companled by E. z. Yoder ana a. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel cox iniaw. Mrs. A. C. Epperly. Mrs
t P. Troyer of Hubbard. in the spring of 1848. The Cox chain motored to Corvallis Satur-
Mrs. J. C. Wageman visited her famlly arrived in Marion county day taking Mrs. Epperly home
mother, Mrs. Martha Bolsscau ln near Silverton and here Mr. cox Mrs. Epperly is still ill and is un-
was" reared. For over iorcy yearn
Mr. Cox owned a large acreage In
Marten county Just across me
river from Independence. About
j slx years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Cox
sold the farm and Dougnt meir
dividual bee keeper. Mrs. Glaser
also received prizes in pastries and
fruit canned with honey.
Mrs. Clara Epperly, of Corval
lis spent the latter part of last
Eugene last week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Geer and
daughter Ruth drove to Tacolt to
find out how their property there
had survived the forest fires in
Mrs. J. L. Shorey attended the presence home in Independence.
w Marlon County Nurses' associa
tion meeting and banquet in Sa
lem last Saturday
der a doctor's care.
P. J. McKee and Glen Robert
son left Sunday for Prairie City,
where they will spend the week
Mrs. George Epley of Sheridan
6COTTS MILLS. Sept $0 Stu
dents from here who have enrolled
at O. S. C. at Corvallis for the
coming term are Miss Helen
Amundson, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. N. Amundson, and Marlon
Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brougher
visited their daughter, Mrs. C. E.
Mulvehill and family in Portland
and celebrating Mr. Brougher's
Little Reuben Miller of Mt. An
gel visited his uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. Reuben DeJardln the
first of the week.
Frank Lamb and Frank Wilson
left Monday for North Dakota,
where they expect to trap for sev
Mrs. Dorothy Morton, of Port
land, has been visiting her mother
Mrs. A. Meyers, the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Gny Syron, Mr.
and Mrs. Grover Van Arnnam and
Fred Smith attended the funeral
Is here assisting her mother. Mrs.
After soending the day at the William Bilyeu in moving her
state fair. Mr. Cox with a few of household goods into her small of Arthur Hitsman at Miller cem-
hls relatives gathered around tne house adjoining the one in- which I etery Monday afternoon. Mr. Hits
Mr anil Mn fi M. Charlton festive table whicn was cemereu 8Qe nas Deen living. man passea away in t-oruana ana
.,r in Portland Sundav to visit with a birthday cake decorated Miss Marie Klhs spent last week was a brother of Peter Hitsman,
xtr. ri,.rnnn. mnthor. Mm. Am-I with nlnk taners and a most happy J in Salem, making preparations for who lives on the Ablqua
anda Wilson who has been quite evening was enjoyed. the beginning of her school at P. E. Sfiafer. leather dealer of
... The mest group Included: the Middle Grove, which opened to- Salem, visited at the home of his
p,,nnnma fjor Reach is honor truest. Mr. Cox and Mrs. day. brother-in-law. W. T. Hogg and
t nHr pot of Tndenendence. Mr. and Mrs. Prof, and Mrs. L. N. Bennett wife, Tuesday evening.
" "v. n it roK wttn I j n Rtiiiood. daughter Gunga- had as their guests Sunday, Pro- Ambrose Gersch had his tonsils
.i ' t,v , and anna Rollle. James. Ken- feasor Bennett's parents. Mr. and removed Tuesday ln Mt. Angel
and Mrs. Harry Grubb and daughl neth. Ome and Dean of Hubbard Mrs. Thomas A. Bennett, of Philo- Dr. Shlerbaum performed the
Seed Exhibit is
HUBBARD, Ore., Sept, SO
(Special) The seed exhibit
which was taken by Mrs. Ivan
Stewart of Hnbbard to the State
Fair won first and second prizes
on rye grass seed, first and sec
ond on alslke clover and second
on timothy. The seed was taken
from the Stewart and Garrett seed
cleaning plant located at Donald.
The exhibit was not only a good
quality of seed but its high scor
ing was due to its clean condi
la a Prescription for
COLDS, GRIPPE, FLU,
DENGUE, BILIOUS FEVER
It U th aiest spaedy remedy known.
PLEASANT VIEW, Sept. 30
(Special) Prune picking has
started and the prune dryer on the
Staples place is running full blast.
The prunes ln general are large
and of good quality.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carpenter
of Portland have been visiting
Mrs. Carpenter's aunt, Mrs. Wor
den who resides with Mr. and
Mrs. A. Van Valkenberg.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cook have
gone to Hood River to engage In
apple packing for N. W. Bone.
Mr. and Mrs. Cook have packed
apples for Mr. Bone for three suc-
OM 11 ftlOftCim 1
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A Sensational Difference
Now we are offering you the biggest
opportunity to save money on a used
car that you will find anywhere.
We have several used cars coming in.
We must make room for them. Our
present stock is in better condition,
mechanically, etc., than you will ex
pect to find anywhere.
We want your business and are go
ing to render a service, that we hope
you will enjoy.
If you are in the market for a good
used car, see Dave Smith. He will
trade with you if no one else will. His
motto is Value First Courteous Ser
Dave sells the Oldsmobile and the Vik
ing V-Type VIII, General Motors Mas
Capital Motors Co., Inc.
350 N. High Telephone 2125
ter Gladys and Mr. Seth Beebe
and daughter Wllma left last Fri
day for Newport,
ClarsT Koch, member of the
class of '29 at Woodburn high is
taking a normal course at Mt. An
gel Normal school. ,
John Fikan returned last Wed
nesday from a visit with his sons,
Will and Frank near Atwood
Kansas also relatives at Spring
field. Dana and Rosamund, 111!
Dots. Mr. Fikan visited his daugh
ter, Mrs. B. B. Orton at Pendle
ton and attended the roundup.
Mrs. C. C. Geer and daughter
Ruth and Miss Nona Otjen were
Portland shoppers Saturday.
vn VtvA Pox. daughter Ella and math.
arm Paul of Valsetz. and Mrs. Ma- W. F. Klampe. former Jeffer-
hi MrSorlev and her small son resident living at Labish Cen-
, 4anritr LaMolne. Mrs. ter. was visiting his sisters, Mrs.
f.r Pane. Mr. Cox's slster-ln- E. E. Reeves and Anna Klampe,
law and the hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Saturday evening. He reports that
Alhort Cox and daughter aianna, ma on, v aimer, wu uu ucsu
all of Salem.
for some time, is much improved.
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uninr if n m m nan
ENROLLMENT OF 129
From Trip East
To Former Home
IN HEALTH PARADE !
HUBBARD. Sept. 30. (Spe
cial) Over one third of the mem
bers on the health honor roll oi
the Hubbard school marched in
the heralds of health parade at the
iuitv Rn an rKrMrial) state fair Saturday. The 13 mem-
Ur mnA Un i Kswhr of tnls bers wno marcnea were uonci
FrMav after and Bobby Beckman. Betty. Boyd,
Mr. and Mr. J. L. Mailer drove . h . onened at Val- snendinr three dava ln Newport. Wallace Brown, Marie Boje,
to Portland and visited their son sentember 24 with an enroll- Tenn. They were gone one month 1 James and Kenneth Bldgood. Mar.
Virgil and family, and other rela
tives until Tuesday.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elburn
Sims Sunday were Mr. Sims' fath
er and sister Frank Sims and Miss
Maud Sims of Portland.
Ray Glatt attended the meeting
ment of 129. There are six teach
ers on the faculty. Nine practice
teachers arrived Wednesday eve
ning. They will all have 12 weeks.
Mrs. Brown has 38 children in
the first and second grades and
.v va1oa tcaiVira. Stella
of the Oregon Co-operative council Reeler. Lydia Bleberdorf and Hel- who remembered her.
IX IUV nuuuuiUAU uvivi 1U A va - l CVnalna
and motored 7500 miles. jorle and Gordon icn, uaxei y-
Mra KovhT waa a-iad to H her den. Jessie ingaus ana jimmie
heme town after being gone for
Manv changes were made in
the city since she had been there.
Still there were several old friends
Stewart. The group was escorted
bv Sunt. J. R. Bldgood.
Mrs. L. M. Scholl, while a week
end guest at the homes of Mr. and
Mrs. Clark Will and Mr. and Mrs.
L. C. McShane of Salem, attended
land last week.
HAZEL GREEN HOWIE
HAZEL GREEN, September 30.
A defective flue was the cause
of the fire which completely de
stroyed the C A. Kobow home in
this district on Sunday afternoon.
The house was a total loss, par
tially covered by Insurance. A
small part of the furniture was
saved. The direction ojithe wind
was; such that It wasYtfcsibie to
gave the barn and farm ma
chinery, fb.-" .
- The family is now domiciled in
a tent but plan to build a house
ai soon as possible.
The women of the district will
give Mrs. Kobow a miscellaneous
shower at the school house o n
Mrs. March has the third and
fourth grades with 34 pupils en
rolled and two practice teachers
Dorothy Curl and Mary Smith.
Miss Dallas has the fifth and
sixth grades. There are 25 pupils i
and two practice teachers, Grace
Stewart and Norma Edwards.
Mrs. Crater has 24 ln the sev-
enth and eighth grades and two
teachers, Christinla Johnson and
Margaret Giezek. The high school
has an enrollment of 18. This is
the first year the high school has
had two full time teachers.
Verla Massie has entered the
school as a senior at the Indepen
dence high school. She is making
her home with Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Keller during the school year.
Logging operations were resum
ed the early part of this week.
Amity Club to
Begin Fall Term
AURORA. Sept. 20. (Special)
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Robinson
have returned home after spend
ing two years ln Europe. While
abroad Mr. Robinson studied the
flax industry. Mrs. Robinson ob
tained a large assortment of an
tique furniture. 1
Una Temple lodge No. 24 held
Its first fall meeting last Wednes
Lotus Giesy returned to the
University of Oregon last Wednes-
f AMITY, September 30. The
Amity Commercial club will hold
thelrr first meeting of the .year day. She is a sonhomore this year.
Wednesday, October 2, at the) Manv Aurora neoole attended
Christian cnurcn. to enjoy tne i the state fair. Saturday the Anro-
nnusual good dinner. all mem.
bers are urged to be present.
I There were no preaching, serv
ices at the Methodist church Sep
tember 29 on account of the An-
nual Conference session held in
Portland September 24-29.
-1 "No Hunting Signs'
on sale at
ar, students participated In the
health honor roll parade.
The undertaking parlor owned
by 8. A. Miller Is being remod
elled. Dewey Miller Is putting in
a basement Also the building hat
been moved back to provide for
a driveway around it.
- The Aurora Woman's club will
bold Its first fall meeting, Wednes-
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