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ractive Program Given at
Stayton; -Eggteston in
STAYTOJJ, Jna 5. Eianth.
grade graduation, exercises were?
ia ai tne iugssneei andlteriasn
Clay Egglestos; superintendent
of the grade sefe&sle. presided and
'announced the program, which was.
as follows: , ,
Introduction ot the elai
Charles Brerer; . class history,
Martha Foster; vocal sole, Naomi
Tobie; claee rseey, Marcele
Murphy; piano solo, Dale Crab-
tree; class iw 111, Lucille Hankers:
piano solo, M'artelle Murphy; dnet
class song, Laare Mills and Naomi
; Tobie. The words for the song,
which was Tery clever were writ
ten by Miss Zoe Goode.
HaroM Tobie: congratulated the
lass or its 'achievements; Rer.
Wayne Wright made a splendid
Dr. H. A. Beaochamn. chairman
of the board, pretested the diplo-
. mas to tne following: Laura Mitts
Kennard Rowe, Lncillo M ankers.
: Dale Crabtree, Naomi Tobie, Otto
. Keilmeyer, Martha Foster and
Tne stage was beautifully decor
ated in the class colors, pink and
white, and the hgpn? faces of the
yonng foks the girls in their
aawiy oresses tu eiei snades ana
tbe "boys neat ana at tractive, pre
sented a picture the many relsr
tires and friends, present will long
Be Aided With
MILL CITY. Jub 5 Plans are
being made for a benefit recital
by the muelo pupils of Mrs. Albert
llillsap tor Thursday evening at
the Presbyterian church. In placet
f an admission charge a free will
offering will be taken the proceeds
to go to the funds ef the mission
ary and aid societies of the
church. Immediately following tbe
recital members of the Christian
Endeavor society of the church
,wul bold a candy sale for the ben
eflt of vacation Bible school.
SMILING I'AUKEVOIiV'Aa GtlAF TAKES 0?F
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Smiling a nappy farewell frost
the gondola of the giant dirig
ible, Graf Zeppelin, as the snip
took off at Friedrichshafen est
Iue Dm up oz ns isw-mue e- wenjnna, jonrna
trip to the new world and back. I sjer, and.Lady Bar,-1
Left to right; Navigation Offi I Uh aJrweman, sJbe a
eer Pruss. of the crew; Karl H. I
Von Wetga&d, JoitrasXist paasesf
Dowd of Gerrsis, Sunday.
Mrs. W. S. Holdridge and
daughter of Eugene are spending
this week at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. P. E. Holdridge.
HOPEWELL, June 4 Mrs. E.
Pratt and Mrs. Crawford of Mc-
slinnvUle spent several days at
the Howard Stephens home last
The United Brethren church and
Unionvale church win have United
Children day's program and din
ner at the U.- B. church' at 11:00
a. m. June 8.
Isaac Bantsori, Tonl Bantaori
and Clifford Stephens spent the
week-end fishing at Black Rock.
Mrs. Isaac Bantsori spent the
week-end visiting relatives and
friends in McMinnrille and Am
ity, Mr. and Ma. S. Moe and How
ard Branson were dinner guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. How
ard Stephens, Friday.
Stanley Nash is visiting his
mother in Portland
Betty Jean and Barbara Lou
Dissmore are visiting their grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Diss
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Dissmore
and granddaughter were visitors
1 at tbe home of Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Cross -Word Puzzle
LVf AH 5
NORTH HOWELL, June 4
Regular Grange meeting will be
held Friday evening, June 10,
in the North Howell Grange
At this time special attention
will be given to the members of
the eighth grade graduating
class. These four boys Wayne
Wlesner, Clarence Rlckard, D3B
Brqoks and Carl Hagen are to
be guests of the grange that ev
ening. Their parent are also
Three North Howell boys who
attend high school In SUverton
and have rtceived their letters In
baseball are Donald Vinton, Ray
mond Paulson and Alan Wlesner.
mm By death
SILYEBTON Jnne I. Gar
trade Manrer. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. WUUsoa sianrer ef the
Brush Creek district, died at her
home Wednesday evsiunf; follow
ing an illness of soma length
Miss Maurer was 21 years of age
at the time of her deatn, Be
sides her parents ah la survived
by two sisters, Rath and Pauline,
and one brother, Martin. Funeral
arrangements are in charge of the
Larson funeral home but have not;
KXJOT DAT OJT BEACH
PERRYDALK, June 4 Mr. and
Mrs. Hollis Hamelton ' spent the
week at Newport. Herman Muller
and family drove to Newport Sun
day morning, returning in the eve
ning. -Everyone- reported lovely
day at the beach.
Many Vacationists Go Over
Newly Widened Route
MILL CITT. Jane 8. The" open
ing of the road Into the Breiten
bsh Borings last Wednesday was
the nrge for many people te
make a trip Into the noted sum
mer resort Decoration day. The
road nss been closed to traffic
since the middle of April at which
time a crew of men were nut to
work on it, grading and gravel
ing. Narrow places were widened,
blind carves, straightened, and a
heavy covering of gravel placed on
ft. While tbe road is sot as wide
as the highway, there is no dif
ficulty in ears passings aa this .has
been well provided for.
When the work was first com
menced It was anticipated the road
would be open te traffic by the
middle of May at the latest, bat
work was delayed by the rain.
Part of tbe road is over an old
railroad grade and this part did
pot require as heavy a coating of
gravel. This is the western end
of the road, going east from Gates.
The heaviest part of the work was
st tbe Springs' end.
Fleetwood MaJtea Trip
One of the first parties to make
the triithe day the new road was
(opened to the public was F. W.
Fleetwood and daughter, mus ana
son. Bussy, and. Mrs. H, W. Davis
and daughter of Mill City. They
did not go all the way into the
Springs but made the trip tar
enough to know, that the highway
Is in splendid shape and that noth
ing has been left undone te make
it as safe as possible for the heavy
traffic which to expected over H
dating the summer.
Decoration day many people
from Salem, Albany and other val
ley cities either made the trip a11
the way to the springs or at least
several miles above Detroit.
HERE'S ON13 fOU RIPLEY
People Buy Property in Gooch, Then Go Past ft
MILL CITT. Jane 5. Coming
all the way from Alberta. Canada,
and driving directly past their
destination was the experience of
Mrs. 0. E. Merriaai and family
this week, when Instead of stop
ping at the now dismantled town
of Geoch on the eld C and B.
railroad, three miles west or Mill
rCity, they came direct to Mill
City, upon arrival they discov
ered they had passed their des
tination and would have to re
trace their way tor three miles.
Mrs. Merrlman and children
came by truck from Makepeace,
Alberta. Canada, and are locating
on a five-acre tract of land at
Gooch near the home of Mrs. Mer
riman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
J. Lefferson. This is their first
trip here and they knew Mr. Let-
nni in n
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two weeks to any address 2? cents.
VALSETZ. Jane S The eon
testent that was sent to attend the
Polk county high school track
meet at Monmouth June 2 was
Donald Mixer. He placed third la
both the high Jump and broad
Prof. J. V. Berremsn, Alf Fo-
shaag and Owes McDonald, also
attended the meet.
Mrs. C. Brink and new baby re
turned from Salem. Both mother
and baby are doing .nicely.
Mrs. Doris gandstrom baa been
ill with Quinsy sore throat.
Mrs. G. A. Grout. Mrs. Eva
Gates, have returned from Port
Bridge Club Meets
The J, O. G. Bridge club met
at the home of Mrs. W. O. McDon
ald. Mrs. Lester Green, winning
first prise, lira. E. gandstrom
The road te Fall City is very
slippery and dangerous this week
after the heavy rains.
ferson lived three miles from
Mill City but were under the im
pression that it was beyond the
On the long trip to Oregon
from their Canadian home they
encountered rain every day with
the exception of Tuesday and this
was more than made up by the
strong wind along the Columbia
About 20 years ago Gooch was
a thriving UtU tillage of about
50 inhabitants but like many oth
er towns along the Corvallis and
Eastern railroad, now known as
a part of the Southern Pacific, it
has become' but a memory to
many. Twenty years ago it boost
ed a saw mill, post office and
station. Today there are gone
and only the frame work of the
big mill building is left to tell of
the former liveliness of the
town. Possibly a half dozen fam
ilies era living in the vicinity
now, but most of these present
day residents own small farms
and are engaged In the poultry
business, which is one of the rap
idly growing industries ef the
North Santlam valley.
s. sira r
500 Slides of Oregon Row
ers in Natural Color -
Seen at Hubbard
VALSETZ PEOPLE IN
VALSETZ,-June I While mo
toring to Hood River May 28, to
attend the commencement exer
cises st the Hood River high
school and tor Memorial day, Mr.
and Mrs, Martin Tokestead had
an auto accident, caused by slip
pery pavement, five miles below
8titcbes were taken la Mr.
Tokestead's left arm. Arnold, 3
months old son received several
bruises, and Mrs. Tokestead nd
son Marion were uninjured.
Their ear is nearly a total
HUBBARD June 5 M r s.
Ella Stautter became the new
president ef the Hubbard Wo
man's !ub at the Wednesday af
ternoon meeting which waa held
at the home of Mrsw George
Crimps, Joint hostess with Mrs.
Other efticers elected were:
Mrs, Msud Bidgood. vice presi
dent: Mrs. Sadie Scholl. secre
tary; Mrs, Sadie Rich, treasurer;
and Mrs. Margaret McMannis, li
An outstanding feature of the
program was the slides of 60S
now?rs m mejr neutral color,
mainly Oregon wild flowers,
shown bv Otto K. Paulua' bro
ther, Robert C. Paulus, president
of tbe Paulua Canning company
of Salem. Mr. Paulus explained
tnat It was a hobby of his bro-
mer 10 gather and photograph
flowers In their natural colors
The color system used by Robert
c. Fauius,. who had been
ten years In getting his large
collection of flowers, was that of
the famous Lamiere of France.
A ' plane solo by Mrs. Kathleen
Beckman was followed by re
freshments served by the host
esses. Res posse te roll call was made
by naming "Beauty Spots of
Oregon." and many beautiful
scenic spots and well known
parks, were named.
The club year wjll close with
a picnic June., 18 at the H. C. Carl
Dairy farm east of Hubbard.
los angey.es man visits
MARION, June S Don Scholey'
came up from Lo Angeles this
week for a visit at the home of
his sister, Mra. Ovid Pickard.
RECOVERS FROM OPERATION
JEFFERSON, June 4 Minnie
Harris underwent an operation for
appendicitis at the Albany Gen
eral hospital Monday, and Is get
ting along nicely.
A Calf-Hearted Gal"
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