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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Thnrsday Morning, October 10, 1929
Future Farmers Active in
Study Under Direction of
SILVERTON, Oct . Clifton
and Victor Hadley, John Nical,
James Neal, Clifford Manlding and
Prof. Warren Crabtree of the Sil
Terton division were among the
f 0 Smith-Hughes students and in
structors who met at Oregon
State College at Oorvallls Satur
day, to use the college stock In
practice judging. Other schools
represented were Independence,
Dayton, Forest ' Grove, Canby,
Woodburn and Corrallis.
Prof. Potter of O. S. C. was di
rectly responsible for making this
practice work at the college pos
sible. Bruce Sifton, who is recent
ly from the University of Idaho
and who Is teaching at Oregon
State on a fellowship, was directly
In charge of the work here Satur
day. The local boys expressed
themselves delighted with the
time spent at the college, and
they had some very compliment
ary things to say about the ice
cream they secured there at the
college dairy department.
Prof. Crabtree reports that the
local boys wfll likely make a trip
or two more before the Pacific In
ternational Livestock show at
Portland. The three best judges on
the Silverton team will be picked
to represent the Silverton depart
ment at the Pacific International.
At the recent election the local
chapter of the Future Farmers of
America chose James Neal for its
president. Other officers elected
here include vice-president, John
Nicol; secretary, Curtis Nesheim;
treasurer, Donald Binton; report
er, Clifford Maulding.
James Neal, Curtis Nesheim,
Arthur Brown, George Cline and
LeRoy Canoy were elected to the
executive board.. This board will
meet in the near future to outline
activities for the winter.
The Silverton department was
also recently honored by a call
from the state superintendent, O.
SEEK OU HOMES
ZENA, Oct. 9. In olden times
our forefathers made long jour
jneys amid great hardships when
they were seeking new homes, but
in our modern times the automo
bile has provided us with a much
more convenient and comfortable
mode of travel.
A group of 16 Oklahomans re
cently made the trip from Oklaho
ma to Oregon by motor and are
temporarily living on the farm of
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Barnes and
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Denham who
are their relatives and who moved
to Zena from Oklahoma several
years ago. In the party were Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Daughery, newly
weds, who were married Just a
short time before starting to Ore
, gon. They greatly enjoyed their
boneymoon traveling through ter
ritory entirely new to them.
Others in the party were Mr.
and Mrs. Randolph Davie and
children, Kenneth, Freda and
Donald, a married son and bis
wife and two small children, Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Davie and Willard
Gene and Mary May, Mr. and Mrs.
H. S. Guthrie and children Betty
Lou and Rosa Lee and Mr. Guth
ries' father. Mr. P. S. Guthrie, all
from near Oklahoma City, Okla
homa. Mrs. Grace Mulvey, Miss Cath
arine Mulvey and Miss Marlon
Fields, all of Salem, were week
end guests at the home of their
friends, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hiatt
Zena friends and relatives of
Mr. and Mrs. James Sohn of Sa
lem are congratulating them on
the arrival at their home of a fine
eight pound boy, born October 2.
Mother and son are both doing
fine. The youngster has been
named Harold Dean. Mr. and Mrs.
Son (Roberta Chipman) are form
er Zena residents.
S. Silverton Folk
Spend Holiday in
Arrives in Trinidad
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Above must ration shows Colonel Charles IJndbergh and his party ar
riving in the amphibian plane at Port of Spain, Trinidad, as be
blazed a trail across the Caribbean during his recent Latin-American
tour. Below, the smiling colonel Is greeted by a postal official upon
his arrivaL Mrs. Lindbergh is shown at left.
Judge Arlie G. Walker on
Bench After Prolonged
DALLAS, Oct, . Circuit aourt
convened In Dallas Monday morn
ing, October 7. with Judge Arlie
B. Walker, , presiding. This was
Judge Walkers first appearance in
eourt after an illness of nearly
' The case of Herman Helvogy
rersus the state industrial acci
dent commission was tried Mon
day morning. Helvogt was injur
ed In an accident at the Willam
ette Valley Lumber company
camp, and claimed a disability
that prevented his working at the
occupation of longshoreman. The
Jury awarded him a judgment
against the commission of a 30
per cent partial disability.
Thursday the jury awarded a
Terdlct in favor of Peter Schulke
who was being sued by Roy H.
Summers, secretary of the Gener.
al Finance corporation. It ap
pears that Schulke applied for a
loan but was asked to take out an
Insurance policy by Summers in a
company he represented, the pre
mium, being $96.00. Later Schulke
decided not to take the loan, or
the policy and so was sued by
The case of Mrs. Steena Freder
lckson, for contributing to the de
linquency of a minor and charge
of liquor possession will come up
The date of the criminal cases
to be tried next week has not
Brooks Folk at
Work on Autumn
BROOKS. October 9. O n
Thursday afternoon the Brooks
Community club met in Ramps
hall for their first meeting of the
new club year with the president
Mrs. Sylvester A. Harris presid
ing. All the members are enthus
iastic to begin the club work of
the year. The club plans to give a
party for its members and their
families in the near future. The
next meeting of the club will be
held at the home of Mrs. B. F.
Ramp on the Pacific highway, on
Mrs. Frank Sturgis had as her
dinner guest on Thursday Mrs.
A. E. Harris. Mrs. Harris who has
been ill for some time is recov
ering. Robert Hackit is visiting at the
home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs.
Stewart Hackit In California. He
expects to be gone several weeks.
John Dunlavy spent the week
end In eastern Oregon as guest of
bis sister and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Hartman at Wapinitia. He
also visited with his niece Miss
Doris Kelly at Maupin.
The Brooks Ladles Aid society
is making great plans for its open
ing meeting which will be held on
Thursday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. O. L. Bailey.
OVER AT HOPEWELL
HOPEWELL, Oct. 9. Prune
picking Is about over in this com
munity. The crops were exceed
ingly good and the weather has
been very favorable.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Moe and How
ard Branson were dinner guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. How
ard Stephens, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Weston. ot
Amity were Sunday visitors at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Dise
more. Misses Nina and Rirla Rogers
and their mother, Ruth Rogers, of
Cottage Grove have returned home
after a three weeks' stay at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Diss
nrore. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Wood and
daughter, Lois, were dinner
guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. R. R. Campbell Sunday. The
dinner was in honor of Lois
Wood's 21st birthday.
Stanley Nash spent the week
end with his father, John Nash, at
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Bontsarl
were visitors at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Yarnes Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Kirk wood
and family and friends of Port
land were dinner guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Walter Kirkwood is rebuilding
his barn and also erecting a silo.
Read the Classified Ads.
At Tulip Farm
MOUNTAIN VIEW. Oct. 9-(Sp.-cial)-W.
C. Franklin, who for tU
past two years has spent most o
his time in Portland where he r.
grades, sorts and packs hulbs for
the Oregon Bulb Farms, is now
at his home here where he
planting bulbs ou his own Just'.y
famous tulip farm on Wallah-Road.
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Miss Veneta Kaser, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Kaser was
home for Sunday. She is employ
ed In Salem at the U. G. Shipley
store. . . ,
Mr. and Mrs. S. Harmon enter
tained a group of friends from
Silverton Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Egan and
children Ardis, Ralph and Mildred
spent Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Will King. Mrs. King
is a sister of Mr. Egan.
Mrs. Otto Dickman and chil
dren, Geraldlne, Everett. Robert
and Harold moved to Silverton
last week where they will occu
py their own home during the
school year. Mr. Dickman will
continue to live on the farm with
Mr. and Mrs. William Havernick.
Mr. and Mrs. Edson Comstock
and children, Roger and Janet
were guests Friday evening at the
F. E. Sylvester home In Silverton
at a party given for Mrs. Ida
Neuenburg before her departure
for California where she will
make her home.
25 Mile Hike Is
Made by Girls;
Will go Again
SDLVERTON. Oct. 9-(Special) -Helen
Thompson and Jean Rus
sell, two Silverton high school
girls working for a state letter
under the girls' athletic point
system, made a hike of 25 miles
Sunday, starting at 6 o'clock and
returning by 3:30 in the after
noon. Their hike took them up the
Abiqua to Noble across a stretch
of mountain and brought them
out five miles above Scotts Mills.
They report that the autumn col
oring was much more brilliant in
the mountains than It was here
In the valley.
The girls have taken a number
of short hikes but this is their
first long one and they admitted
that they were pretty well tired
out upon their return. They plan
another hike, this to take them
up the butte, before the rainy
weather sets in.
JTRY TO GET CASE
MEDFORD. Ore.. Oct. 9-(AP)-Tbe
case of Dr. A. A. Soule. prom
inent Klamath Falls physician,
who also practiced in this city
and two other southern Oregon
towns, charged with sale of drugs
contrary to the Harrison act, will
go to the Jury probably late to
- SOUTH SILVERTON. Oct. 9
Miss Myrtle Moore of Portland
was an over Sunday guest of her
lister, Mrs. A. A. Geer. Taking
advantage of the two day school
holiday during the teachers' insti
tute, Mrs. Geer and two daugh
ters. Vesper and Reba accom
panied Miss Moore to Portland
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Ottoway
and daughter, Beryl, were Sat
urday evening visitors at Frank
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