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PAGE TEN ; The OREGON- STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon, Friday Morning, June 6, 1930 -
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Polk County Visiting Asso
ciation to Meet at Falls
City June 14
MANY COOKS AID BfcOTH
Monmouth Four-H Clubs Disprove Old Theory
COUNTY HEADS GUESTS
INDEPENDENCE. June 4
Vollowine is the program of the
Polk county Odd Fellows visiting
association, for the picnic wmen
la to be held in Fall City June
10:30 Song America.
Recitation, Marion Shaffer.
Solo, Mrs. Lora Buetler.
Flag drill. Fall City children.
Accordian solo, Mrs. Grace Cal
breath. Song Oregon.
Reading, Mrs. Ethel Hadley.
Solo, Mr. August Rhode.
Address, Dr. L. L. Baker,
xrand master of Oregon.
12:00, Basket dinner, free cof
Barn yard golf.
Boys' ace under 12 years.
Girls' race under 1 years.
Potato race, boys.
Potato race, girls.
Tug war Rebekahs of Polk ts.
Three-legged race, free for all
Prize given for oldest Odd Fel
Prize given for youngest Odd
Prize given lor oldest Rebekah.
Prize given for youngest Rebe
3:00 Basoball gvune between
Marlon county and Polk county
Music for the day will be fur
nished by the Brownsville con
8:00 Dance In Odd Fellows
hall given by the Three Link club
of Fall City.
MONMOUTH, June 5 That old
saying about too many cooks
spoiling the broth was disproved
here this week when tie 4-H cook
ing club, led by Mrs. 7. E. Wine
gar, entertained at a demonstra
tion dinner in honor of Josiah
Wills, county superintendent of
schools; J. R. Beck, county agent;
and Robert Pence, junior high
school faculty member, at Mrs.
A two-coorse menu was served,
with the following club members
responsible for food: roast beef
and gravy, meat purchased by the
club; peas and beans, Elmer
Bork; mashed potatoes, Mildred
Cole; vegetable salad, June Cra-
HIRED FOH YEAR
Only Two of Staff For This
Year Will Not Return
ven; sponge cake, Dorothy Frie
sen; devils food cake, Russell
Steele; jello with whipped cream,
Irene White and Doris Swearing-
en; bread and butter, by club.
Members are: Richard Snayder,
president; Mildred Cole, vice-
president; secretary, June Craven;
Irene White, Doris Swearingen,
Ralph Winegar. Florence Mitch
ell, Haxel Robinson, Velma Vobs,
Russell Steele, Elmer Bork and
Dorothy Friesen. The four boys
of the club have participated la
all of the regular club work just
as efficiently as the girls, ac
cording to Mrs. Winegar; and ev
ery member has thoroughly en
joyed the club routine.
To Take Part
In Road Fete
Archibald Atkinson Has
Made Fine Record in
STAYTON. June 4 It has
been announced that with the ex
ception of two, the entire faculty
of the Stayton high school has
been rehired for next year. Miss
Edna Fitts takes Miss Jean Wil
son's place as Home Economics
teacher and Miss Katherlnt Ev
erett will have charge of the En
dish department in place of Miss
Miss Alice Pressier, of Los An
geles and Mrs. Candice Gilbert
have been here assisting in the
rare of their mother, Mrs. Sarah
Davie, who is quite ill.
Mrs. Charles Howe of Browns
ville is here visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs. Sanford Sparks. Mr,
Sparks recently leased the Stay-
John Willing has been here
from Portland visiting his mother
and helping her get ready for an
auction sale of her household
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Leisey
came down from Mill City Thurs
day and brought their daughter,
Doris to stay with her grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stow-
ell here, while they went on to 4
Longview, Wash., for a visit. Mas
ter Robert Sweet who had been
visiting his gratfdparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Stowell accompanied the
Lusey's as far as Longview,,
where he was met by his parents,
who reside in Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Alexander
pent the week end in Portland
at the home of their daughter,
Mrs. O. I. Hagen.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Humphrey
ad small son motored to Eugene
Monday to visit her mother, Mrs.
Eva Steward and attend to mat
ters of business.
AURORA, June 5 Archibald
Atkinson has just returned from
Oregon State college where he has
just completed bis freshman year,
to spend a few days with his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Irvln and "other relatives, before
leaving for Annapolis, where he
will enter training.
After finishing the local grade
school he entered Woodburn high
where he made a splendid schol
astic record, was a member of the
Torch Honor society, was veil
king and won a letter in debate.
At the suggestion of the princi
pal, he took the examination in
the Edison contest, and won the
honor for the mid Willamette dis
trict. In the final state test he was
chosen first alternate.
He was recommended for an ap
pointment to Annapolis and
through competitive examinations
he received it. He will report to
Annapolis June 16 for his final
physical tests after which he will
enter the regular training course
which prepares students for na
GERVAIS, June 4 Graduation
exercises for the parochial school
were held at the city hall Friday
evening, May 31. A program was
given by the pupils and Rev. Fath
er Orth made a talk to the class
and presented the diplomas.
Those composing the class were
Eloise Schwab, Eva Muth, Elisa
beth Schlechter, Mary Maison,
Dorothy Nusom, Mary Adelman,
Adam Schell, John Mutter, Anton
Lelack, and George Hauptman.
The following received Palmer
certificates from the A. N. Pal
mer company; John Mutter, Eva
Muth, Erma DeJardin, Betty Cuts
forth, Luella Bernlng, Mary Mil
ler. And these were neither ab
sent nor tardy during the past
school year: Irene Terschweller,
Beatrice Welghel, Raymond Kuhn,
Henry Bradetlch, Mary Miller,
Margaret Lelack. Theresa Brad
etlch, Albert Weighel, Jerome
Welghel and Tommy Lelack.
DALLAS, June 5 The Dallas
chamber of commerce will partic
ipate in some manner in the open
ing or the Salmon river highway.
July 19, when a formal celebra
tion of the Oregon, centennial will
oe neid in connection with th
completion of the Salmon River
road, which Is the route of one of
the early pioneer trails. Dr. V. C,
Staats. C. L. Crider. Earle Rich
ardson, H. G. Black, Maurice Dal-
ton and J. R. Allgood are a com
mittee to work out some plan of
Maurice Dal ton reported that
1500 small bags of prunes had
been packed And expressed to Tor
onto to the Shrine convention.
This la not the number originally
planned, but the cost of shipment
was prohibitive on a greater
Women Happy .Over Election
Of Mrs. Bilyeu; Good
Program is Held
DALLAS. June 5 Members
of the Dallas community club and
the Friends club were special
guests of the Dallas woman s
club at the final meeting or tne
year, Tuesday afternoon, June 3,
in the library hall. Special enter
tainment was planned for the af
ternoon, with Mrs. Robert Fisher
playing two violin numbers, vocal
solos by Mrs. Victor Kem. recita
tions by little Retta Mae Kersey
and Leanna Severson, who were
winners in the recent declamatory
contest. Reports of the state con
vention were given by Miss Caro
line Burch and Mrs. C. W. Hen-
kle the new president.
Mrs. Ora Cosper on behalf of
the club extended greetings and
good wishes to their member,
Mrs. Charles N. Bilyeu, who was
elected president of the state fed
eration of women's clubs at the
The newly elected officers were
then installed by Mrs. V. C. Staats
the retiring president, and Mrs.
C. W. Henkle, made the following
During the social hour, Mrs.
Staats and Mrs. Bilyeu poured and
were assisted by Mrs. H. A.
Woods, Mrs. Erie Fulgbam, Mrs.
J. C. Tracy, Mrs. J. R. Allgood and
Mrs. Oscar Hayter.
TO TRAIN r EAST
UERVAIS, June 5. Mrs. H. A
uowd and son, John Earl and
Dean Lewis, left this morning for
Weston, where she will visit the
parents of her husband for a time
and then go on to Port Falls,
Idaho, to visit her parents. Dr.
uowd plans to leave about the
middle of the month for the east
where he will enter a hospital for
further training in surgery. He
hopes to be able to attend the
American medical meeting in De
troit, June 23-27.
Dr. Dowd has been practicing
at Gervals during the past five
years, coming here when he fin
ished his Internship, in Multno
mah county. He has built up
splendid practice in this commun
Dr. A. B. Adkisson, who is Just
finishing his internship at Port
land Is taking up the work of Dr,
JERSEY TOUR FOR
WACOM AT HOME1
WACONDA, June 6 Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Rothchild and children,
Pggy Jean, Fred, and Tommy
were guests Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Goffin.
Miss Peggy Jean who has been the
bouse guest of Miss Constance
Goffin during school vacation re
turned to Portland with her par
Miss Mary Jones of Portland is
the house guest of Mrs. Fred Vies
co at her country home.
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Nusom and
children spent 'the week end in
Portland with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Eagan mo
tored to Portland Monday.
Sees Webb Graduate
Mrs. Joe Fitts accompanied her
mother to Corvallis when they at
tended graduation exercises at O,
S. C. Esra Webb, who graduated
with high honors Is a brother of
Recent guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Goffin were
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Soucier of
MU1 City. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Finny of Newark, New Jersey, and
Mr. and Mrs. George Finny of
Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs. George
Finny are former resident of Wa
eonda. Their son, Gerald, and his
wife are .spending their honey
moon in Oregon.
LINFIELD COLLEGE. M e-
Minnville, June 4 Forty-eight
seniors will get their degrees
from Linfield college at the com
mencement exercises to be held
at the college Sunday night.
The week-end commencement
program began Thursday morn'
ing when the seniors had charge
of chapel. Saturday will be alum
ni day when an alumni chapel
service, a baseball game in the
forenoon, the annual alumni ban
quet in the afternoon, and the
alumni play, "The Enemy," in the
evening will take place.
59 Head of Deary
Cows Bought for
HUBBARD, June 8 (Spe
cial) E. P. Rich, expert
cattle buyer of Hubbard,
purchased 59 head of Guern
sey and Jersey dairy cows
for L. O. Nelson of Califor
nia. Monday night the cows
were loaded i"to freight
tars, and shipped to Jjos Am
geles. Mr. Nelson, who has been
at Hubbard for more than a
week, returned to California
with the shipment of cattle.
Mr. Nelson wae accompanied
by Jess Emmert of MolaJla.
Mr. Rich nukes a special
ty of buying, selling and lo
cating dairy stock;
Summit Hill May Construct i
Own Plant; Berries
Hurt by Rains
DELEGATES TELL OF
SPRING MB CLUB
8ILVERTON. June S. The
Marlon County Jersey Cattle club
will tour the Sllverton country
Wednesday of next week. The
club members and all visitors and
guests who care to Join will leave
the M. G. Gunderson farm
promptly at 11 o'clock and from
there visit two or three farms
before noon. At 12:30 a basket
lunch will be enjoyed at the Vic
tor Madsen farm. A speaker la
being-secured. In the afternoon
the tour will cover a few more
Women at Zena Vote to
Have Husbands as Quests
At Next Gathering
ZENA, June 5 Mrs. John
Childers, Miss Grace Childers
and Mrs. S. D. Crawford enter
Valley Missionery society at the
children's home Wednesday af
ternoon. Mrs. Charles McCarter, presi-.
dent, presided at the business
session. The meeting was open
ed with group singing, accom
panied by Mrs. S. D. Crawford
at the piano. Mrs. Frank Wind
sor was in charge of devotlonals.
Monthly report was given by Mrs.
Mrs. McCarter read an inter
esting letter from a missionary
in Porto Rico vividly describing
conditions there; Mrs. R. C.
Shepard led in prayer. Mrs. L.
Frank Matthews, former presi
dent suggested that the society
have a picnic with the husbands
of the members as guests, In
stead of the usual July meeting.
All were In favor of this plan
and the president appointed as
a committee of four to make ar
rangements for the picnle, Mrs.
Charles Purvlne, Mrs. Roy E.
Barker, Mrs. R. C. Shepard and
Mrs. Frank .Windsor.
The hostesses were assisted by
Mrs. Frank Windsor in serving
refreshments. Those present in
cluded: Mrs. Frank Windsor and
daughters, Irene and Doris, Mrs.
L. F. Matthews and daughter
Marjorie, Mrs. Mysta Hendricks,
Mrs. Roy E. Barker and son
Sammy, Mrs. Charles Purvine,
Mrs. R. C. Shepard. Mrs. W. N.
Crawford, Mrs. W. W. Henry.
Mrs. Charles McCarter and Mrs.
Childers, Miss Childers and
Mrs. S. D. Crawford and daugh
Cards Follow Session of Re
bekahs Held Tuesday
INDEPENDENCE, June 5
The Rebekah lodge held its re
gular session Tuesday night, af
te the business of the lodge dele
gates who had attended grand
lodge In Portland were called on
Mrs. Tom Heart. Mrs. Homer
Woods and Mrs. Joe Hubbard re
sponded, and gave very interest
After lodge, cards were enjoy
ed, and a lunch was served by the
following committee, Mrs. Lou
Van Gal, Mrs. Edith Sorg, and
Mrs. Lon Travis.
Mayor and Mrs. Groth of New
berg were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Groth the first of the
To Visit Other Clubs
The Womans club have accept
ed an Invitation to meet with the
Oak Point club, on Thursday af
tenoon. Ralph H1U, of the Palace barber
shop went to Portland Tuesday
Ms. Marie Ruef has charge of
the ticket office of the Isl theatre.
SUMMIT HILL. June 5 Sev
eral farmers of this district, are
considering the installation of a
lighting plant, after many unsuc
cessful attempts to interest an el
ectric light company In running a
line through the country.
While the hay and grain crops
are making a rapid growth with
the continuous rain and cool
weather, the strawberry crop is
being cut short, lacking the
warmth and sunshine. Joe Morris
has the largest acreage, a field of
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Booth went
to their home in Salem for the
week end. They were Sunday din
ner guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Bryan and attended the
baccalaureate service of the First
Christian church Sunday evening.
Many visitors called at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. John Shifferer Jr.,
Sunday afternoon, including Mrs.
Nellie Stelner and daughter Mar
garet, Mr. and Mrs. Armin Berger
and son David, all of Salem and
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison of Turner.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Booth and
son Herbert were Sunday dinner
guests of Dr. and Mrs. D. D.
Craig of Salem.
Much interest was taken in the
Dairy demonstration held in Sa
lem Wednesday afternoon as a
number of farmers left their work
two weeks ago. at St. Vincents
hospital, is now at home and get
ting along just fine.
Lottie Murphy who is also a
St. Vincent's is reported doing
Henry Opitz and Bernard Wolfe
of St. Paul left yesterday to mo
tor to Calgary, Canada.
Chriscentia Fehrenbacher, who
has been visiting at the home of
Rose Marie Faber returned to
Mrs. Rose Hughes and daugh
ter Lucy of Portland, were visit
ing with relative in St. Paul Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Faber and
son, Keith of Portland, spent the
week end with Mrs. Caroline Fa
ber. William Grant, 85 years of age,
and an old pioneer of St. Paul,
passed away at his borne Saturday.
He will be buried in Portland
Thursday. His remains are at the
Miller and Tracey Funeral parlors.
Eyeglass insurance and thor
ough examination included.
Aurora Club Is
AURORA June S The Auxil
iary ot Venus chapter O. E. S. of
Donald met with' Mrs. George
Vergen Tuesday. The members
wed upon articles they are pre
trlng for their annual Cbrtet-
sale, and chatted while they
worked. Mrs. John Kiater assisted
ser mother in entertaining.
Happy to Have
INDEPENDENCE. June 5. Mr.
and Mrs. J. N. Jones have their
little grandson, Robert Skelton,
with them for a couple of weeks
while Mr. and Mrs. Skelton are
vacationing in southern California.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Myers are
spending a few days with Mrs. My
ers parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clint
Miss Frances Gothard and moth
er were calling on old friends
here Wednesday. Miss Gothard
was at one time an lnstructo In
our high schooL The last year she
has been teaching In Redmond:
They are now motoring to Los
Angeles, where Miss Gothard will
attend summer school.
Mrs. Maud Anderson and daugh
ter ot San Francisco are visiting
I her mother. Mrs. Spurr.
Mr. and Mrs, W. D. Wiley anc
Professor Thompson were callers
In Dallas Tuesday night.
His Job There
SILVERTON. June 5. -Clar
ence Sebo was transferred from
the local MacMarr's store to the
one at Salem. Mr. Sebo is a grad
nate of the Sllverton schools and
later of Oregon State college. For
a few years after leaving college
he managed his father's farm In
the Waldo Hills. For the past
few years he has been with the
HIGH SCHOOLS TIE
IN FINAL CONTEST
FALLS CITY, June 4 Final re
sults of the Polk county high
sclrool declamatory contest show
that" Falls City high school ties
with Independence high school
for first place and the silver lov
Following the second contest,
which was held in the chapel of
the Oregon Normal school at Mon
mouth, the cup was presented to
Independence, but a later count
showed that the two schools scor
ed the same number of points.
Each of the two schools had one
first place and one second.
Cecil Carey won first place in
the oratorical division and Elsie
Joi.es won second In the drama
tic division for Falls City. Both
students are seniors and were
coached by Mrs. J. B. Hatch.
Falls City has extended an In
vitation to Josiah Wills', county
superintendent, that the contest
be held in Falls City next year.
100 Hens at
GERVAIS, June 6. The
chicken roosts of E. W. Manning
and Henry Eder were visited by
thieves one night last week and
from the Eder place they took
100 of his Rhode Island Red hens.
The thieves were tracked from
the highway to the chicken house
and back, but no further clue has
been found as yet.
Mrs. Donald Toombs and daugh
ter, Clara of Wren, are spending
this week with Mrs. Toombs' par-
I ent, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Jones, and
other relatives and friends.
The pupils of the high school
held a picnic Wednesday at Hazel
J. Carl Stewart, athletic coach
at the high school, attended com
mencement exercises of Albany
college Tuesday evening. His
brother. Linn, was a member of
the class. ; J CIQ
ST. PAUL June 5 The gradu
ation exercises of the St. Paurs
parochial school were held
Thursday afternoon, June the 6.
The St. Paul high school receiv
ed their diplomas Thursday ev
ening at the K. C. hall.
Stevle Merten, who was oper
ated on- for appendicitis about
INDEPENDENCE. June 8 An
operetta Peter Rabbit," was pre
sented at the-tralning school au
ditorium Tuesday evening at 7:
Some of the leading characters
were Eddie Pomeroy. Mr. McGreg-
ory; Mike Slyh, scarecrow; Jessie
May Jones, cricket; Jean Ellen
DeCoster, grasshopper; Barbara
Mattson, Granddaddy Long Legs.
Other pupils represented, rab
bits, garden and vegetables.
A feature dance was given by
1C little girls and a feature chorus
by boys and girls.
The operetta was given to a
MARION, June 5 Marlon
flocks took in the dairy demon
station train in Salem Wednesday
where Mr. and Mrs. Eliie Pickard,
Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Pickard and
Don Scholey, Mr. and Mrs. War
ren Gray and Mrs. S. E. Roland
and daughter Claudian.
Oscar Bouck returned from
Cambridge, Idaho Monday even
ing where he had been called by
the death ot his sister, Mrs. R. J.
Kuey. Oscar has purchased an
interest in a farm near Cambridge
and will return there to make his
home as soon as he can get his
Interests here disposed of.
EX-HOP GROWER VISITOR
AURORA, June 5 Clyde Hav
en of Hood River Is at the George
Yergen home. Years ago Clyde
was a hop grower here and he
likes to come back and see his old
Come Get Tour
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AURORA. June 6 Mrs. R. J
Hendricks Is a visitor at the home
of her sisters, lira. Charles Beck
and Mrs. George Kraus, and Is
calling noon her many friends
hers. Mrs. Hendricks Is always the
Inspiration for many delightzu
little Informal afternoons.
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