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LOIIMSY ' II
NETC YOIUnERS VED
Friends ' slaogt Psrty ; on
. Aurora Wan
ATJROEA. -July .. Loran
0r wu svDmea person.
to friends .walked; fta opoa hint, I
As. eventa- ot hir MrtMiT. TTf
trife and hia ' sister, Mrs. Yad
nain had planned this- evening of
cards for him, .Th high scores'
were made 6y Mrs: 'Moore, and
Mrs. Yadnais. Those -holding high
core for .the- gentlemen were
Hr Rush- ti- Mr. Frtemu.
Friends whe entered the eve
ning were Mr. and Mrs. Loran
f;ir. CHa Gieav and dan enter.
Mrs. Gertrude V&doaia Of Port
land. J. A. Buah and wife ana
n rnT.aB wH el Donald.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moore. New-
berg, Mr.. and Mrs. Freeman Hills
borough, Mr. aad. Mrs? E. E.
Rradtl. Mr. and Mrs. John
Kraus. Mr. aed Mrs. P. O. Ot-I
toway aad Mr. aad Mrs. A. X
Strickland. Aurora. -
Th ya& itu aid. son of the
fcnnsa had celebrated his birth
day the day. before wkh, six of
hb little friends.
Tkli ! hr wit of introducing
W. E. Craven, one .half of The.
Statesman correspondents team ax
The ether half
of the team Is
Mrs. W. E. Cra-
ven who. refue
led to hare hex
by an amatenr
photograph e r.
She says Mr.
' Craven Is the
'correspond a t
anvwar but 'the
editor of Val
ley News knows
that the work is
a fine example
and team work.
Mr. and Mrs.
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Students to .Meet
r.rai. Jutr !. Ite third
I annual . reunion or toe ainmni or
Ithit tnrmttr Dallas collacaL will be
I held In the citr park, Saturday,
July 12. xne ainmni inetaoe mose
I from the La Creole-Academy aa
Ith' rtftllan eoMee Was first
I known, and the Lafayette aemln-
ary, which was merged with tae
lUaiiaa tnautmuen in tae ew
Speakers for the day will be
Dean Collins. Whitney Lv i$nae
l mm A J V Hrt of Portland and
IPrflf. Klcfaolaa Tarter ef CerraW
lis. Laura Poling Goode, of Port-
(land will alng.
Mrs. John Corny of Dallas, aeo
rmtarw of tha aaaociatiom la sendlna
ot fetters to all t the. known
students all of wnoo are anwa
tat attend. A basket dinner will
I be serred at noon,-with coffee
I tarnished by the committee.
Mr. Thomas Powell Iwerie of f Hamilton ef New York, pictured
New York, with his bride, the I after their wedding at the
form en Miss Virginia Randolph I American Catheiral Church) ef
Megear,, daughter e' Mrs. V. E. the Horr Trlnitr. Paris.
W. B. CraTCB
rmw a.rm unoir " t he
members of The 'Statesman cor
respondents family bat nare
prorea their ability to get and
write the news.
The Cravens hare lived la la-
dependence for some time and
have" a beautiful home there.
They are thoroughly familiar with
the country about the town and
are great boosters for Independ
ence and Polk county.
The Cravens have one soa who
la in business in Amity where he
ud his wife make their home.
GUESTS FROM PBESCOTT
AURORA, July 4. George
Miller. Jr.. and hia little eon.
Dale, came up from Prescott to
eee Miner's parents George Mil
lr Sr.. and Mrs. Miller. Dale will
remain for aa indefinite time
with his grandparents and aunt,
lira. George Asklns.
LONDON (AP)-Frre out of
verv six eirla failed at the latest
.examinations for tjpifits held hy
the civil service commission,
JEFFERSON, July 4. Miss
PathnrinA Bilveu of Scio and Dan
Baldwin of Jefferson were united
in marriage Saturday June zs at
lfi-.sa a. m.. in Albany. The Justice
Ipf the peace officiated.
Immediately alter tne ceremony
the happy couple left by auto tor
Trfahn whera Mr. Baldwin has
employment. Mr. Baldwin's father
accompanied mem to iaano.
Filipinos should be kept la
their natlTA ialanda ta dereton SK-
ricnltural reeooreea there, eaya
Dr. C. W. Johnson of tne umver
sity of Washington faculty.
wrvrxurorvn Vnl 4 - Mr. and
Mrs. B. B. Flaek and Mrs. A. U
Applewhite ana flangnxer uaiar
lne have beea enjoying Tacatloaa
t th.A8hnra. Tha Flacks went
to Newport Friday where they
spent several days. rs. Appie
whlt and Catherine returned
Wednesday from a week's sojourn
at their cottage at Neskowin.
Mrs Conrad Fox. Jr.. Of Long-
view, Wa., is spending a couple
of weeks bete with her parents,
Mr and Mrs. cnaries senwaru
and with other relatives la West
Mm. Maurice Boatright, who
as Miss Lowella Russell lived la
this neighborhood for eome years,
anent Fridav afternoon at the Ed
ward Finley.home. See was pica-
acaiiiiy g3 COHNER
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FamHy , Gathering xHonors
Wedding Anniversary of
ft took four handlers to carry t George Godfrey, the colored t beyond doubt the genuineneae
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from a rinasida aaat and ahowa I CtiaaT atronsr wh
giant, to his earner in the fifth
rouna aner he was xeniea oy
U.M mi.ot. 1 low hlow. The viant Italiaa wu
ringside seat aad shows foiaf strong- when fouled.
ing cherries for canning.
Mr. anal Ura. taibert Beekmaa
aad soa Gene drove te Tillamook
Saturday afternoon where they
were oversight guests of relatives.
Sunday they visited Ketarts and
other beach resorts, returning
noma sunaay evening.
Mr aad Mrs. S. A. La Rant
were dinner hosts Sunday to the
following relatives and rrienas:
Um PranVta TToena. Mfaa Winnie
Pettett, Mr. and Mrs. Narclss. La
Rant, all of Salem; MerwLa Mc-
Kinney of Tangent; suss upai
Darman of Jefferson; Mrs. Emma
MeKlnney of Albany.
AURORA. Jaly 4. Mr. and
Mrs. William Delia and Mr. and
Mr a. Laurence Millea and small
tan ef Portland, had Sunday din
ner With tn Andrew miners at
their loganberry farm.
The country -home ef Mr. and
Mrs. George Ziegler was tae
scene of a family gathering Sun
day, on fifth wedilng anniversary
of Jlr, and Mrs.. George tiegier.
Mr. and Mrs. Artnur Linasey ot.
Holley Gardens; Mr. and Mrs.,
Earl Conker of Moanwuth; and
the aixta anniversary oi air. ana
i Mrs. Wade Robblna of Oregon
Citr. AU are relatives oi aara.
The home was origntenea wun
lilies, sweetpeas and ferns. The
mesta were seated at a long ta- -
ble, tn the center of which stood
an Immense eeauuiuuy oeeorat
ed cake. Those present were the
honor guests, Mr. and Mrs. Wade '
Rvtbbins. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Con-
kley, Mr. aad Mrs. Arthur Und
sley, aad Mr. and Mrs. George
Ziegler. Others who enjoyed the
day, were Mr. and Mrs. S. P.
Londergan, Mr. aad Mrs. Hal
Lisdaley, Mr. and Mrs. James
Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. William
Jones. Cleo Marie Stanaford, Mrs.
Anna Tremayne, Mr. ana. Mrs.
W. B. Jones, Don J ones, aim
Martin. Tkelma Robins and Tbe-
Aurora to Have Old Time Dance Tonight
REAL FIDDLER TO PLAY
AURORA, July 4. Aurora is
coming Into her own. She Is spons
oring an old-time dance to ee neid
in the band hall Saturday evening.
Henry Eblen, one of the remain
ing few old time, fiddlers, will
have charge of the music It will
be like a home coming for the
old timers and the sons and
daughters of old timers. To make
it complete, some of the young
er maids should be present to
Innca tha "mlnnet" or "SWinC
your pasjtner," gowned in those
nricelesa costumes, worn by their
mothers, the belles of the old
ColonT dan. that are owned ana
preserved by a number of tne res-
idanta here Tt will be a haBDV
community affair and a crowd la
A temporary exchange of chil
dren to give parents a proper per
spective is urged by Dr. Ethel E.
Murphy of the College of Elec
tronic Medicine, San Francisco.
nnramn ttktghts. Jnlr 4
Quests of 'Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ed
gar Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs.
D. R. Ruble ol Lincoln. Walter
Ruble of Central! a, wn., and Mrs.
Columbia Maxwell of 8eatUa.
Walter Rable aad Mrs. MaxwelL
who are brother and sister, came
down te be present at the anne
al reunion at the state fair
grounds. The Rubles are old time
settlers of this neighborhood.
Their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Ruble, owned the South wick
farm many years ago.
WACONDA. July 4. Logaa-
berry harvest is weft started here
and most growers expect .a peiier
wiJIiaGffiut who has "POLLY AND HER PALS"
very large acreage says the ber
ries era of very tine quality bat
the quantity will not be as great
as in former years.
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