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l 1 The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon, Sunday Morning, May 4, 1930 PAGE THREE
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O " -Oi Mr. and Mrs. Oscar HavtorlC , O ! II X. m S ' ' .S
MILL. CITY, May 3 Saturday I
evening Mrs. W.' H. Davis. Mrs. I
J. D. Schaer and Mra. Nelle 1
Wachter drove to Salem where
they attended the Willamette
spring rally of the Women's Bej
John Cromoga was brought to
Mill City Monday afternoon on
the speeder from Camp 26 where
he had metwith an accident. He
was taken to the hospital where
the attending physician found
there were no bones broken but
that the man was severely bruis
ed. The accident occured when
a leg broke loose and rolled a
gainst another log which in turn
Btarted rolling and before Crom
ogcould get away it struck him.
Prof. Leo Wilkins. a former
medium, held a serious of meet
ings here at the Church of Christ
"Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
evenings of this week. A fairly
large attendance was present each
Clean-up week was observed in
Mill City this week and almost
everyone has done their share in
helping to clean the city from
rubbish. The boy scouts assisted
in the work.
Dr. Wallace Howe Lee of Al
bany college will speak at the
Presbyterian church here at 11
o'clock. 8unday morning. At the
evening service the Reverend
Jjtrge-will speak following the
reports of th delegates from the
Christian Endeavor convention.
Tuesday evening Miss Zella
H alley accompanied those taking
part in the playlet "Up in Socie
ty." to Aumsvllle where they par
ticipated In the try-outs. Mill City
placed second, Turner being firgt.
Those in the cast were Mable
Stone, Barbara Rasa. Virginia
Jepsen, Shirley Horner, Jerrine
Cordon, Helen Mason, Rex Wal
lace, Jack Turner, Homer Thack-
tr. The playlet was written by
fhirley Horner and Virginia Jen
sen. Mr. and Mrs. Jensen and
Irs. E. C. Gordon also attended
h performance at Aumsvllle.
irs. Mina Kahler has returned
to Mill City from Portland where
ehe has been for several months
and will again make her home
here. Mrs. Kahler is-, splendid
musician and will be a welcome
Jddition to the musical circles of
Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Wassom and
tamily of Salem spent Sunday
ere at the home of Mrs. Was
som's parents, Postmaster and
irs. G. W. Smith.
Mrs. Amanda Mason is very 111
t her home in this city with an
attack of pneumonia. Owing to
the advanced age of Mrs. Mason
lier condition is considered very
serious. Mrs. John Swift is the
nurse in charge.
Visitor from Eugene thia
week are Mr. and Mrs. -George
frock who are guests at the home
f their daughter, Mrs. F. W.
Mrs. L, E. Dike and Miss Mel-
don Ranles left early Friday
morning for Monmouth where
they will spend the weekend as
guests of Mrs. Dike's daughter.
Miss Gwepeth Dike. Miss Dike
had the major role in the normal
play Friday evening. Other vis
itors from Mill City in Monmouth
for the weekend were Mrs. Velma
Pearson who was the guest of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. John
son, Miss Zella Halley and Miss
John Geddes of Jordan valley
and a former resident of Mill Ci
ty was a guest at the home of
his nephew, A Geddes of thia city
severaf days the first of the
INDEPENDENCE, May 3
William Woods has bought the
building occupied by M. J. O'Don
nell and is going to open a gar
age and service shop. The build
ing was purchased from Harry
E. N. Linqulst, manager of the
Independence Dairy Products
company, has returned from east
ern Oregon where he went on a
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Boon of
Ontario, California, and Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Boon of Whittier,
California, were guests of Mr.
and. Mrs. Percy Dickinson, Thurs
day. They are en their return
trip-to their homes In California,
after an extended trip north.
Word Batler of Albany was
seen .on our streets Thursday.
Mrs. W. D. Wiley, Mrs. Arlie
Anderson, Mrs. E. N. Linqulst
and Mrs. J. H. Hart, composed a
theatre party which attended a
show in Salem Thursday after
noon On their return home the
evening was spent at the J. H.
Hart home, playing bridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Kennetth Coop
er and Captain Sam Damon, of
Portland, Mrs. Oliver Lock and
Mrs. Albert Hussey of Salem were
dinner guests of Mrs. Nellie Da
KINGWOOD. May 3 Harvey
Page fell from a 20-foot ladder
at the salesrooms of the- Chevro
let automobile company in Salem
where he is employed and suf
fered Injuries to one knee. He
is unable to work and is obliged
to visit his, physician twice daily.
Herman and Mamie Bush are
working at the Reid-Murdoeh
plant in Salem. They are now
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Kennedy
and their children. Norma and
Doll, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wil
son and their daughters, Ruth
and Fern, were dinner guests
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Busch. The Kennedy family live
at Forest. Wash., and the Wil
sons at Orchard Heights. Both
Mrs. Kennedy and Mrs. Wilson
are sisters of Mrs. Busch.
As the result of a fall In the
gymnasium at the Salem senior
high school. David Williams had
twe toes broken. The Injured foot
received prompt medical atten
tion and David is attending
classes as usual.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn L. Adams
and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Yantls
drove to Portland. Thursday,
where they attended a banquet
given by the Owen Sumner's
earns of the Sons of -Veterans.
! Dallas '
and Mrs. Oscar Hayter
wene in Portland Wednesday af
ternoon and evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Rea Craven and
Mrsl Randall Buell were In Port
land Monday on a business trip.
Lyle Rice has returned to
Washington. D. C. where he is
a member of the U. S. Band, fol
lowing a visit of several weeks
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles A. Rice and brother
Dr. and Mrs. James Hughes
have purchased a residence in the
Laurelhurst district in Portland,
and plan to move there before
long. They will sell their prop
erty in Dallas. Dr. Hughes plans
on continuing his practice in Port
The Dallas Kiwanls club acted
as hosts to the successful high
school students in the recent state
wide contests, at their Friday
luncheon. Thirteen students were
A good attendance and a good
time was reported by those who
attended the dance Monday night,
sponsored by the Dallas Woman's
club. They plan to hold another
dance some time during May,
which will close the club activities
for the season.
RICKREALL, May S June
Fox has been confined to her
home for the past week with the
The second division sewing class
had their picnic In the Rickreall
Grove Thursday afternoon. The
class Is under the supervision of
Mrs. Oran Kellogg.
Several of the seniors of the lo
cal high school attended May day
festivities at Linfitld college,' Fri
day, May 2.
"Try outs" for the track meet
were held at high school Thur-s
day. Those of the girls who won
in tennis were: singles, Katherlne
Price: doubles. Edna and Dorothy
Middleton. Singles for the boys
was Elwyn Hill, doubles, Mark
Cappi and Ralph Dempsey.
Harold Burch, who has been In
the Shrlner'a hospital at Portland
for the past two months, is home.
DALLAS. May 1 Mr. and
Mrs. Varnum Shreeve left Thurs
day morning by motor for a rislt
with relatives of Mr. Shreeve at
Aan Arbor. Mich. They expect to
be away some six weeks.
Members of the choir of the
Christian church will participate
in a program at Monmouth Sun
Frit Gerlinger of the Dallas
Machine & Locomotive Works. Is
on a business trip to various
points In Calif.
I Earle Richardson has purchas-
' aJt Yt MililniM nn Claw ttTPPf
where he has resided since com
ing to Dallas. It was the proper
ty of Ed. Campbell.
Miss Dora Hayes and Mrs. Myr
tle Smith have sold their resi
dence on Leveens street to Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford Helgerson.
They will take possession at
Mrs. C. E. Wells of Hillsboro
was in Dallas Wednesday for a
snort time on matters connect
ed with the State Federation of
Women's rlubs. Mrs. Wells is the
treasurer and met with Mrs. Bil
yen who is the recording secre
tary. They are both completing
tour years of service In these of
fices which will close at the state
convention to be held In Salem
May 12 to 15.
N. L. Guy, F. J. Coad, Harry
Webb and Kevin Palmer of Dal
las attended the cherry growers
meeting in Salem Thursday ev
ening. All of them have consid
erable cherry acreage, and re
port goood Indications for crop.
AMITY, May 3 Elmer Wood,
Maurice Versteeg and Olva Kot
ka attended the fights In Salem
on Wednesday, night.
R. V. Scobee, Joeal dentist,
motored to Hoed River Saturday
where he visited friends and
relatives. He returned on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Karns and
small daughter, Maxine, of Carl
ton, were Sunday visitors at the
J. R. Snodgrass home.
Miss Lucille Werner spent
Sunday in Portland with friends.
Miss Florence Snodgrass motor
ed to Portland Friday evening
where she visited her sister, Mrs.
L. F. Countryman and returned
home late Friday night.
Madalene L. Callin of Salem
visited at the J. R. Snodgrass
home for a short time Sunday
while on her way home from Mc-Minnville.
Austin Warner, who was op
erated on for appendicitis, is re
ported as getting along nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Williams
and family visited at the home of
his parents ,Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Williams on Friday. They re
turned home late Friday night.
Miss Edna Strout visited with
friends in Salem Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Spud Johnson of
McMInnville were Amity visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Ersel Robbins and
family of McMInnville visited at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred L. Strout.
Haryr Skates, prominent busi
nessman of Portland, la spending
several days at the J. L. Miller
Delmer Campbell of Salem was
an Amity caller Tuesday afternoon.
PLEASANT VIEW, May S
This has been a very busy week I
of entertaining at the home of !
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Morris, the
occasion being the arrival of an !
uncle of Mr. Morris. W. P. Wil- j
son, who is 86 years old.' The';
old- gentleman, who is traveling
alone, spent the winter in C:f
fornia with a daughter and will
return to his home at New
Castle, Indiana, over the south
ern route. This Is his third visit
to Oregon and he likes it very
Mr. and Mrs. Morris have also
had as house guests at various
times in the week.. Elizabeth
Sweet, of i Newberg, who is a sla
ter of Mr. Morris, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Hunsaker and children
of Salem, Frances Whitehead and
children of Turner, and Florence
Stockman and Joe Morris of Port
land. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wallace
have returned to their home at
Yakima, Wash., after an extend
ed visit at the home of Mrs. Wal
lace's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Marvel Warner and Ernest
Lnke were married at 8 o'clock
in St. Joseph's Catholic church at
Salem. Tuesday, April 29, In the
presence of relatives and a few
friends. The young people are on
a honymoon trip In Washington
and will be at home on the farm
In about two months.
NORTH HOWELL. .May 3
The census report for North How
ell has been completed and it Is
Interesting to know that in this
Toting precinct there are 113
homes and that the population
An epidemic of mumps "has in
vaded the school during the past
week and decreased the attend
ance in Mr. Fletchers Toom by
one-half.. Some of the cases are
quite severe but most of them
just plain mumps. Only two so
far have been absent for that
cause in Mrs. Pruitt's room.
The grande dramatic club of
North Howell grange put on the
two plays they have been work
ing on this spring at the Gervais
city hall Thursday night. An ap
preciative audience greeted them
and the proceeds were divided
with Jhe health unit In the ner
Because of so many other in
terests just at this time this
dramatic club will probably not
play any more until the summer
vacation is over.
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