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Marion Man Again Takes
Record Tests From His
MARION, JuHwTl Elrie Pick
ri ku agativ demonstrated Ms
ability to p ratface Jersey stock of
& highest erodsctlve type the
eviaenee m this e berne the
awarding of a ld medal to Glmr
Darling, 628217, en .eomaletian of
ever second production record of
.706.CS jwunds-of (at and 1Z,5C
sounds of milk in 205 days. Mr.
Pickard 6tarted this fine Jersey
on her gold medal record at the
age of six years and six months
During the tea months of test
Clow Darling's milk averaged 5
T percent fat and she carried
calf 200 days at the time, qualify
ing for ber gold medal ia class
AAA. Every complete month of
test ber yield of butterfat was
bore the 67 found mark, and to
ber highest month ber prod ac
tion of fat was 85 pounds.
At the age of tare years Clow
Darling was first tested and in
the ensuing 365 days she made -a
. silver medal record of 584.51
pounds of fat and 9,667 pounds of
tntlk in class AA.
Sire Notable One
This new gold medal cow Is one
of the ten register of merit daugh
terg of the silver medal sire, Dar
ling's Gallant Boy 1548X6. Her
dam Is VireXa France 2 nd's Glow
To climax this award Mr. Plck
ard has just been Informed by the
American Jersey cattle clnb that
his Poppy's Golden Princess 734,
169 has qualified for a silver med
al ia the elass AAA. This is
three year old row and her rec
ord for the 3i days Is, milk
11810 pounds, butterfat C02.04,
KJust 7.6 pounds short of gold
Medal) average percent fat 6. 10
WOW! IT WAS A HOT 0NE Jj
iYienama jf eople Vote Down Levy of $250
SCHOOL SHINGLES OUT
MEHAMA Mr. and Mrs. Nye
Paiiiips ana family of Buckley,
Wash., arrived here Tuesday
where they will visit with rela
tives. They will all meet In Mill
City for a few days and then leave
for an extended trip to Denver,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Phillips par
ents of Nye Phillips will accom
They go through Idaho where
they will visit friends on the Yel
lowstone National Park.
MEHAMA. June II Tha an
nual school meeting was held at
the school bouse llo&dsy evening
and never was there sucfc a
school meeting la Hehama. Oae
sever knew there was so many
pubrfe sphtted people In this dis
They came from all corners of
the district and many of then not
aaalffied raters. It looked much
niore as if a -celebration was go
ing on tnan a school meeting.
The school board was trying to
rats 221 for shingles t shingle
the school boas as It leaks In
several places bat this was voted
down by the taxpayers.
Two new directors were elected,
Julius Fitze to take John Hoe's
place as ttr. Moo goes out this
year and Giles Wagner to fill the.
vacancy left -by Chet Kurbin re
signing. Mrs. Hugh Harris was
elected as clerk to the place of
- Ernest Kubtn and bis sister.
Kiss Jane Kabin are taking a mo
tor trip in California.
WIS. DEED HIED
TO SCHOOL BOARD
Budget Approved at Annual
Meet in Aurora; Folk
Visit at CorvaHis
AURORA, June 19 The an
nual meeting was held at the
Aurora schoolhouse at 2 o'clock
Monday for the purpose of elect
ing one director for three years;
and a clerk for one year; also to
vote upon the budget. Arthur
Kraus was reelected as director
and Lester Reed was elected to
succeed himself for clerk. The
budget was approved.
Mr. sad Mrs. E. E. Bradtl of
Aurora accompanied by Mrs.
William Knight, Miss Josephine
Knight and Mrs. Del Clark of
Canby motored to CorvaHis Tues
day and spent the day with Mar
tha Francis Bradtl who is in at
tendance at the 4-H summer
Mrs. J. J. Burkbolder who has
been teaching in Portland, and
her daughter, Marjory are enjoy
log a week's vacation, with Mrs.
Lester Reed, a sister of Mrs.
Annual Stevens Reunion
Hefd at Oak Grove and
In Liberty Area
ROBERTS, June 10 Rodents
hare been busy in this neighbor
hood this spring and have destroy
ed acres of corn after It was
Leslie King of Salem was out
to stay with his sister, Mrs. Alice
Coolidge Tuesday and Wednesday.
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In His Herd
SILVERTON, June 15. M. E.
DeGuire, local Jersey dairy man,
evidently has a penchant for Jer
sey champion winners of the
spring shows. This week Mr. De
Guire added the 10-month Succes
sor's Hero to his herd of 75pure
bred Jerseys; Successor's Hero,
who is a Bon of Lion Farm's Suc
cessor and a daughter of Import
ed Eagle's Double Boy, won junior
championship at the Marlon Coun
ty Spring Jersey show held at Sa
lem in May. At that time he was
owned by M. G. Gnndersoa. The
dam of this calf was Junior cham
pion In the 1929 spring show.
Two years ago Mr. DeGuire pur
chased, also from Mr. Gunderson.
Eagle's Buster Boy. the 1927
grand champion of the spring
OAK GROVE, Jaaa 19, The
aanaal reunion of the Stevens
tamUy was held at the grange
hall Sunday, June 11. bouati
fal basket dinner was served at
12:39. A special treat af Mar
shall strawberries was served.
Thai Stevens sad sons war the
growers of the berries.
After dinner visiting and
game of horseshoe wis enjoyed
for soma time. Several cars of
people drove over the aid Stevens
homestead, which Is now owned
by Mr. Deter
Present were Mr. and Mrs. Her
bert Poppleton, Kathryn and Rnth
ryn Poppleton, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Stevens, Mable Stevents,
Miss MUla White. Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Fink of Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Haines ef-Salem,
Mr. and Mrs. Irvtn Hsntley, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert TeaL Mable Teal
of Dallas. Mr. asd Mrs. C. F.
Wells and children Barbara and
Carolyn, Mr. and Mrs. WHlard
Bartlett and little son, Ronald
Buena Vista. .Miss Elsa Schlveley
of MeCoy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Huntley, Mr. and Mrs. Lyman
Huntley of Independence, Mr. and
Mrs. Emll Stevens, Mr. and Mrs.
Seth White, Mr. and Mrs. Thad
Stevens and Frank and Allen
Stevens of Oak Grove.
FELLER IN LIMELIGH
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Woodbum Man Tries to Drive With 3 Wheel
WOOOBURN, Jwne iftWFTaak
Felter. elderly Wood barn resident
wta about a year ego attracted
ttaea pablie attention by stopping
bis car on the railroad track with
the train approaching while he
ealmly lit hit pipe, has broken
Into the limelight again.
itank Feller was driving east
on Lanceia street Taeeday night
when a West Woodburn maa
named Elkins, driving a truck
load af potatoes, crashed Into him
VENT1MIGLIA, Italy, June 19.
(AP) Two French army avi
ators were killed and a third in
jured when an amphibian bomber
was forced to land at the mouth
of the Nervia river after Its motor
Mrs. Y eager Is
Back From Trip
JEFFERSON, Juna 19 Mrs
Minnie Teaget who has been vis
iting her mother, Mrs. Annla
Vaughn, and sister Flora, return'
ed to her home at Seattle Tues
Mrs. Dora ' Humphrey returned
Monday from Portland where she
spent a week, visiting ber daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Doa Humphrey.
Many Families Come to
Thad Stevens Home;
as he was ariviaa aorta aa Ftwat
street. The twa car traveled to
gether ttt a general northeasterly
direction, with tha track halting
aa tha raflread track which runs
parallel with Freat street. Fel
ler's ear stopped last west of tha
track, minus oaa treat wheel
Notbtai darotedj Feller start
ad to back away from tha scene
without further comment. Failing
to gw backward, he tried going
forward with the same result.
Eventually a bystander prevailed
upon him to dismount and exam
ine the ear.
Very reluctantly, he then took
steps to bring help from else
where. Elkins was uninjured physical
ly and Feller was absolutely un
daunted mentally, emotionally
The truck was removed from
the tracks before the next train
OAK GROVE. June 19 Mr.
and Mrs.; Thad Stevens entertain
ed a number of their friends Tues
day evening at dinner at 8:30.
A demonstrator of aluminum
ware prepared and served a
hearth dinner of several vegeta
bles and a roast which -was cook
ed entirely without water or sea
soning, which was most delicious.
Later he gave an instructive, lec
ture on the preparation er foods
and their value to health. Later
strawberry short cake and Whip
ped cream was served as aa e
Present were Mr. and Mrs. Clif
ford Wills, Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard
Bartiett ef Beuaa Vista, Miss El
sie Sahwlley of McCoy. Mr. and
Mrs. J. Marx, Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Schulke. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hills.
Mr. and Mrs. Justin Rowland, Mr.
and Mrs. EmiT Stevens, Mr. and
Mrsv Clifford Peterson, Mxs, Kate
Ackerson, Miss Joy Hills, Frank
Stevens, Alien Stevens of Oak
Grove and Mrs. Brown and daugh
ter. Miss Elsie and sons Peter and
Ardwln of Greenwood.
D COMPiNi POLES
System of Using "Stubs" is
Cause For Ire From
To New Farm
Of Her Mate
HAZEL GREEN", June 19.
Herman Wacken, Jr., of Middle
Grove, brought his bride to the
new home recently completed on
tha land bought last year for H.
C. PoweU, of Lodt, Calif. The
land fronts en the Van Cleave
road, the house Is located la the
woods. The hewlyweds are cor
dially welcomed to the community.
A number of relatives and
friends gave them aa old fashion
ed charivari Saturday evening;
Mr. Wacken was married to
Miss Dorthy Wilson of Portland,
Rudolph Wackea. a brother, of
this district, and family were
guests at the wedding.
WOODBURN,. June 19 A dis
agreement between the Woodburn
city council and the Northwest
Public Service company developed
at a meeting of the city council
here Tuesday night. The electric
company has hsd a erew of men
working here "stubbing" its poles.
Large new poles were inserted in
to .the ground alongside the old
poles, which were becoming de
cayed at the lower ends, and fas
tened to the old poles to keep
them in place.
There has been a eHy ordinance
since 1912 prohibiting this prac
tice, and the electric company was
roundly criticized for violating
the ordinance. The objection to
the "stubs" is that they are un
sightly. It was decided that a
communication would be (rent the
company demanding the removal
of all "stubs."
and Mrs. E. P. Powell and two
Children motored to Providence
Sunday to attend the PoweU re an
ion. They retort having had a
fine time, and said the crowd was
the largest on view.
Gov. Lou Emmerson of Illinois
likes to fish.
JEFFERSON. June 19 The
annual school meeting which was
held In the assembly room of the
school house Monday afternoon
passed off Ouletly, with J. T.
Jones, chairman of the board In
charge. The clerk's report was
read and approved. Charles Hart
was elected director for three
years to succeed J. T. Junes, L. a.
Davis was elected clerk, for one
year to succeed J, H. Roland.
At Big Reunion
and Mrs. D. M.
Roland and Mrs.
June 19 Mr.
R. Whltsel, Mr.
ROBERTS. June 19 Mr. sad
Mrs. Forest Edwards, June and
Leroy Edwards. Mr. and Mrs.
Dock Jungwirth and Freddie
Jungwirth returned Tuesday eve
ning from a delightful four days
stay st Tachats where they en
joyed fishing, clam digging and
other coast sports.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Drorbaagh
of Salem were Sunday visitors
with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brown
Fred Brown of Harlan, Oregon
spent Monday and Tuesday visit
ing his parents. Mr. and Mrs. C.
Mrs. George Judson of Salem
has been spending over a week
with her daughter, Mrs. John Ore
born. Mrs. Ellen Hendriekson who
lives east of Sales visited recent
ly with her aunt. Mrs. B. Papea-fus.
CHURCH WOMEN NET
S2S ON BERRY FETE
SILVERTON, June 19. The
strawberry social given at Trini
ty church Tuesday evening by tna
Trinity Ladies' Aid society proved
very successful. Over 925 was net
ted. This sum will be used for
A short program was given be
fore the social. This consisted ef
four piano solos: Dancing Sun
beams by Orlet Moen; Caprice:
With Careless Ease, by Borhlld
Underdahl; Echoes of the Ball, by
Florence Jacobson; and The Hum
ming Bird, by Viola Larson; and
a talk by - the Rev. H. L. Fobs.
Rev. Foss spoke on the work on
the work of aid societies ia the
"The Bottom Drops Out Of Their Plans"
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