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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1930)
People Are Tired of Prom
; ises Better Road; Com-
:: munity Club to Act
FRUITLAND, Jan. 4. The
Fruitlmnd Community club tad a
very successful meeting Friday
renins and started the new year
oft with a bang. The people of the
community decided that in order
to have anything accomplished
they mast all work together and
- when they plaa to do something
do it. They hare decided to get
electric lights tnd to get the road
About two year a so the people
In this district drew ap a petition,
which was signed by all tax pay
ers, and given to the cosnty offi
cials in the expectation of getting
the road pared. The county court
readily saw that It was necessary
to do something- to quiet them
Instead of doing as they should
they tried an experiment road,
which has not proven successful.
" as can be very well witnessed by
the many people who hare to trav
el it several times daily. The peo-
road Is paved before they stop
The county court aeted on the
petition as they wasted to and
now have failed. The people of the
community decided Friday eve
ning that they would go to any
extent in oiler to get the paved
road requested in the first peti
tion. O Ot
GERVAIS, Jan. 4. Mr. and
Mrs. G. T. Wadaworth. Mr. and
Mrs. M. D. Henning, Mr. and Mrs.
A. DeJardin, Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Schwab, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Seely
and Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Cannard
attended a dance and midnight
matinee in Salem New Tear's eve.
Prof. G. W. DeLar. of Silver
ton, former athletic coach at Ger
vais high school, attended the
community "500" club meeting on
Monday evening. His friends were
sorry to hear that his fifteen year
old daughter is very ill in the Sa
lem hospital, where she has un
dergone three operations since Oc
tober. Mrs. W. S. Snyder hsis returned
from a week's visit at Pendleton.
She reports the weather fine in
that section, 'except that snow was
falling at Cascade Locks as she
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bents of
Albany were guests of Dr. and
Mrs. H. A. Dowd New Year's day.
'. Mr3. Sylvia Draper Smith, who
visited at the G. T. Wadsworth
home last week left Saturday for
fier borne at Salt Lake City in
esponse to a message that her
aothef was very ill. She passed
fWaj- soon after Mrs. Smith ar
jred at home.
A. De Jardln and sons Lester,
Stanley, Leland and Pat, and Prof.
'J. D. 'Brehaut took in the Ice
hockey game in Portland Thurs
day' night. The boys were delight
ed with the game.
Mrs. Frances Stockton tripped
on a loose board in the sidewalk
on her way to church Sunday
morning sustaining severe bruises
on her face where the board flew
up and struck her.
Mrs. J. D. Brehaut returned the
middle of the week from Portland
where she visited relatives and
friends for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pound of
Portland took New Year's dinner
with the William Allsup family.
Mr. and Mrs. Clem A. Lengren.
of Salem were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Harper Friday eve
ning. t O
RICKEY, Jan. 4. The sympa
thy of the community Is extended
to the L. Dlckman family, in their
recent bereavement in the death
of Mrs. Diekman'a mother. Grand
ma Gazki. Grandma was past 83
years old' and has held the honor
of being the oldest member of
;the community for several years.
t Grandma was especially interest
Jed la the children of the neigh
borhood and after she was unable
to get around much used to sit
. by the window and watch for the
. children as they went and came
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Westering
can be done
HARSH corrective measure
are seldom necessary with
chSdt Most modern parents
recofnnethi. That's the reason
so many agree on this gentler
means of putting a child in order
when bad breath, coated tongue,
headaches, biliousness or upsets
tellcf a dogged digestive tract
When used at the first atgn of
t4 breath or fvrerfehness, a
spoonful of California Fig Syrup
often does the world Sometimes
several doses are necessary. Al
ways you can depend on its use
to dear the system harmlessly
and in a hurry; to grre the child
C A t I F O II N
Tnw jam mvwx w
H Hfln M HI
th nicH.ra:urrr laxattv
avo tohic ron cbudiisj
of Portland, were week e n d
guests of Mrs. Westering" par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H Hum
phreys. Mr. 'and Mrs. W. Sodeman and
family of Pratum spent New
Year's with Mrs. Sodeman's sis
ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. T. Fitzpatrick.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Cox of Salem
visited D. A. Harris Sunday.
Miss Edna Fery was a New
Year's guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Fery of Stayton.
O. Fryslie is recovering from
a bad case of poison oak.
"Mrs. Frank Harris attended the
family reunion of the Glen fam
ily New Year's day at the home
pi Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Roth of
Daryl - Blanch&rd and Waldo
Crabb have returned from fish-
log trip In the Taft county.
J. B. Asbby and sons of sa
lem have been trimming trees
and are doing other improving on
the Ashby farm this week.
W. B. Gesaer. the oldest mem
ber of the community spent Tues
day In Salem.
W. D. Horner and Kenneth
Sheridan - are spending a few
days at the Horner ranch at Rose
Frank Harris has been II!
with a severe cold.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Hoots spent
New Year's day with their daugh
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mills of
G. L. Magee of Scotts Mills
and Mrs. Robert Speaker, and
Er- Mitred Jean oi Saieln
Heights were guests of Miss M.
RICKEY. Jan. 4.--OwIng to
oversight or lack of space In the
New Year's Annual, the achieve
ments of the community were not
The Community club was organ
ized hi March and though in ex
istence less than a year, the club
has won two bine ribbons and a
silver cup in. county community
The children are as proud of
their community as tne grown
ups and much credit is due to the
children for their part in helping
to earn these prizes.
Among the most ardent workers
for the betterment of the com
munity are the two oldest mem
bers of the community, B. B. Ges
ner. 79 years old. and D. A. Har
ris, 73 years old. Though, old in
years, both have modern ideas and
Both worked hard for the new
school house of which the com
munity is justly proud and they
were among those who signed the
petition to have the high" school
bus line established.
SPRING VALLEY. Jan. 4.
Seymour Wilson and his small
daughter, Dorothy, spent Christ
mas day at the new home ot Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene Wilson, near
Wheatland, when members of the
Wilson family gathered there to
celebrate the occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. FloydVan Riper,
of Salem, are the parents of a"
baby, daughter born December 28.
Mrs. Tan Riper was Mis Glenda
Damne before her marriage and
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Damne are
the proud grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Odom of
Grand Ronde, were Sunday guests
at the home of Mrs. Odom's
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G.
Eldon Eberly Is spending the
holiday season wjth his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Eberly. El
don was employed near Carlton.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Schubert en
tertained members ot their family
Christmas, when Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Haius and son, Floyd, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Woelk and Mr.
and Mrs. Douglas McKensie and
sons, Jackie and Lloyd, all of Sa
lem, were present.
Mrs. Belle SimVins and family
are enjoying a holiday visit from
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Klrkwood
and children, Homer, Norman',
Doris and Vera.
The Kirkwoods live at La!ke
view and motored here via Ash
land. Additional Christmas day
guests at the Simkins, home were
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Simkins and
family of Salem, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Davidson and daughters,
Cloydine and Janet, and Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Ray and family of
Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Klrkwood
spent Thursday and Friday with
Mrs. Klrkwood s sister, Mrs. El
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Yungen and
sons, Robert and' Arthur, spent
Christmas at the Alfred Yungen
home near Independence.
a new start by regulating and
streutbsnme the stomach and
Mothers by thousands praise
the gentle effectiveness of this
rich, fruity product which all
children lore. Mrs. D. H. Keat
ing, 1318 Hays St, San Antonio
says:')kJthratI know can take
the place of California Fig Syrup
In soy home." Ithasbeenabiw
inf to my little girl during colds
and opeet spells. It always has
her right fa a Jiffy."
Words tika these and sake of
four million bottles a year show
how mothers depend on CaS-
loraia jqj syrup, una
A. cautioa. The name "Cali-
f ornia" on the carton
I ILf marks the eua. la-
TO ZF.I1A HOME
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford
and two children, Hilda and
Frank, accompanied by Mrs.
Crawford! aunt, Mrs. Sarah Pat
rick, returned homo Thursday
night from Los Angeles.
The others Who composed the
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OREGON STATESMAN. Salem.
party, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Allen
and daughter of Salem, and Mrs.
A. B. TJtUey and son. Billy, ex
pected to etart home either Wed
nesday or Thursday.
The Crawford family made the
trip to Los Angeles because of the
illnes or his mother,. Mr. Mary
B. Crawford, who died December
29. Mr. Allen and group have
been with his father, Ferdinand
Allen, who Is very ill at his home
In Los Angeles. Mrs. A. BL TJtt
ley Is a niece of Ferdinand Allen.
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that everything Is dry and burned
up In Los Angeles as there has
been no rain sine May. They
made the tnip by auto and crossed
many long bridges under which
no rivers flowed.
BROOKS, Jan. 4. Mr. and
Mr. Raymond Blanton Jr. enter
tained the following guests at
dinner at their home, Mr. and
Mrs. John Lesher and - children
f ' 'ft.
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Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Marr and
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Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gibson
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