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-The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem. Oregon, Tuesday Mandaft July S, 1933
f AGE THREEf
R&:M of Mfaki&riavy 'Socie&y Bicnm
Missionary Society Sponsor
Affair For Families and
ZEN A. July 7. Fifty-three
members of the Spring Valley
Missionary society and their fam
ilies and guests from. Salem had
an enjoyable social evening ana
T' o'clock dinner at the spacious
.country home ot Mr. and Mrs.
Roy E. Barker Saturday, July 6.
The society gave the picnic in
tAd of havinz the regular meet
lug July . The buffet dinner was
erred at a long table placed on
he lawn under the huKe oak trees
which add greatly to tut charm of
Mrs. Charles Purrine was the
MrniAnt of a. delicious birthday
cake which was baked by Mrs.
L. V. Matthews in honor ox ner
hirth anniversary, July 4, -ana
which Mrs. Purvine cut ana serv
T'wa uUa found that W. N.
Crawford's birthday was July 4.
and much merriment was naa ai
the expense- of botnj
Th committee in charge of the
plcnie was 'Composed of Mrs. Roy
E. Barker; Mrs. R. C. Shepard,
Mrs. Charles Purrine and. Mrs.
Visitors present Saturday eve
ning were: Salem Mr. and Mrs.
George Allen, Mrs. C. Banm, Mrs.
X. M, Purvine, Mr.; and Mrs. M.
B. Henderson, and daughter,
Mary Frances, Mr. and Mrs. B.
Woelke and small daughter. Port
land. Ralph Reid; Zena Mr. and
Mrs. McKenxle and two sons,
Lloyd and Jack and Herman Saw
atzky; Lincoln Mr. "and Mrs. D.
R. Ruble and son Russell and Miss
Enora Edwards and brother, Ken
neth. Members and families present
were. Mr. and Mrs. R. FL Scott
and children, Barbara and Donald;
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Henry, Mr.
and Mrs. Roy E. Barker and son,
Sammy; Mr. -and Mrs. Charles
Pnrrine, S. H. Barker, Mr. and
. Mrs. R. C. Shepard and children,
Julia, James, Ardon and Joe;
Mr. and Mrs. L. F Matthews and
ri.nrhtr Marlorie: Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Windsor and daughters.
Irene and Doris; Mr. ana jars,
w. W. Crawford and daughters.
Alice and Wilma and son Robert.
Mrs. T. J. Merrick ana son ver
Fruit Fly Rons
Black Cherries ipi
HtTBARD, Jmly 17.
CAP) Tbe cherry fly
causing great less to trait
growers la this ridnity. D.
A. Mf Arthur, manager of tbe
berry house, has received or
ders from (he canneries to
receive bo more Mack cher
ries because. the fly has al
ready began working on
them. .Bo far the Royal
Annes hare not been
ed by the pest.
HILLliD BY T
W. ill RITES
Resident of Oregon for Many
Years Passes Away in
HUBBARD. Jnlr 7j Miss Edith
Holfomh. danrhter of Mrs. Alice
Holcomb of Hubbard, and Miss
Pansy Blank are spending a two
week' racatlon at Victoria. B. C
Ml Holcomb is in the auditing
nffiM of th McMarr store. Port
land, and Miss Plank assists at
the Veterans hospital, portiana.
Grant Holcomb returned to Sal-
kum. Wash., to spend the Fourth
with hi. grandmother.
Other guests at the Holcomb
ItnmM rinrinr the week were Mr.
and Mrs. J. Bremmer of Vancou
Dr. S. A. Brown of ortland was
a mo.t at the home of his neebew.
Waldo F. Brown and family Sat
MONMOT7TH. Jnlr 7 Funeral
gerrices were held Sunday after
noon at two o'clock at tne wai
ter 1. Smith funeral chapel for
William H. White. 72. who died
Thursday at the home of his sis
ter Mrs. V. E. Alien at roniana.
Tt sin horn Julv S. lsS.0. at
Victoria. Illinois, and came to
Oregon with his parents at me
age of two. Most or nis eariy
U f was Dent in Polk County.
He wan married November. 28.
1880 to Martha Jones, ana tney
ettled at Aurora, where Mr.
White was a member of the I. O.
O. F, for 30 years. He lived at
Hood River for several years un
til Mrs. White's death in 1928.
when he remored to portiana.
Stirvivinr art two sisters: Mrs
Allen, Portland; and Mrs. Sarah
A. Howell, of Monmouth.
Rot. H. Willard of the Mob
mouth Evangelical church offici
ated? with craveslde services in
rharp-n nf fhm Odd Fellows order.
Burial was made beside tne re
mains of his wife in the Mon
mouth Knights of Pythias cem
INJURED Bf Hi
SIT.VERTON. Jnlv 7 Mrs. Al
bert Olsen, who was 75 years old
satnrdiT. fU and lnlnred her left
hip. It is feared that' the bone
is fractured as she Is practically
helpless alter tne tail.
Mrs. Olsen has not been well
since last winter when she suf
fered Xrom a severe attack of
inflnenca. The disease left her
with an Infection in her one eye
from which she has so iar oeen
anable to find much relief.
7RVA. Julv 7 A not luck
supper and general good time
will d held y the Brusn uoiiege
grange at the community picnic
mv irriflav nirnt. joiv 11.
The regular meeuag was poex-
poned because it came em Juiy .
James Lawrence Ltes Life
Under Wheelsiiqf Log
: STI.VTcftTnV. 'Jmlir .' 7 Jimet
Lawrence mtm killed here Sun
Ait ATAninr ahortlv after six
o'clock Just as he was returning
to the surer Fails umoer com
pany logging camps. -J, .
, Lawrence had been out ot the
woodg for the Fourth of July hol
iday week and was planning: on
iwrnni mr wit n im lornn on me
Sunday erening ..train. He had
usi - crossea ute ukii uaney
ned an the last ear of the train.
He was carrying a pack sack, a
fishing pole -and basket and it
was said that he was a little hard
f hnarfnr He evidentlv did Hot
notice that two oil ears were; be
ing coupled and the Jar of xne
r.otiTlinr made him lose his bal
ance, throwing . him under the
moving caf ahead. The ear only
movea 10 or lz xeec aner ne xeu.
Joe Bonner, who was the only eye
witness, pulled- him out but he
was dead and it is believed that
he was killed instantly.
Ha ia survived "bv his widow.
Faye Shepard Lawrence, a daugh
ter Helen Eiizaoetn, nis parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lawrence, a
sister Mrs. Thressie Davidson of
Portland and two brothers. Rich
ard - and William Lawrence oi
Funeral ( arrangements are in
charge of Jack and Eckman of
Sllverton. Services will be held at
1 o'clock Wednesday in the
Church of Christ at Scotts Mills.
Interment will be in the I. O. O.
F. cemetery at Scotts Mills.
TtTrnrnnr TnYi lJimm Ah
berta. the rural mail carrier, is
back from nia vacation. Barney
Krechter who has substituted for
Mr. Abberta for several years,
took his place while he waa away.
Mr. and Mrs. W. TL Humph
reys attended the ronndnn at
Oregon City the Fourth.
, The Rickey children were
amonr those who received the
heralds of health pins on which
oeraias was incorrectly speuea.
Recently new pins were received
by Mrs. Marie Kelly which were
distributed among the herald of
Mr. and Vtrm Allen Van Cleve
of Portland were guests of D. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Harer and
son of Portland were week-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. j.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Maree of Ash
land visited at the M. M. Magee
Mr. J. Ulrieh :and .children.
Jack and Loraine of Burlingame,
Calif., are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Waser. Mrs. Ulrich la a
cousin of; Mrs. Waser.
.Word has been received by
friends of the arrival ot a son to
Mr. and Mrs.' Clyde Lewis of
Lyons. Mother and son are doing
niraW. . This is the third child
in the Lewis family but the first
bov. Both Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
are well known here. Mr. Lewis
was born in this community.
St ay ton Families Seek
Amusement at Beaches
and in Mountains
UMTS IE BUCK
JESTTERSON . Jnlv 5. Dick
Hitt arrived Wednesday from
Hermiston, and will spend the
summer with Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Phelps and other relatives. On
his way over, he stopped in Port
land to visit hia sister. Dorothy.'
who is employed at stenographer
at the Mew iieamman noiei.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Roiana ana
family spent the Fourth at Wa
Mrs. Kester and aon Herman,
accompanied bv Harvey Thurston
and Margaret Goin, 'motored to
Molalla Friday to attena tne
Fourth of July round up.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mason ar
rived from Camas, Wash., Thurs
day evening for a visit witn
Hugh's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.
Those attendinr the Missionary
Day program at Turner from the
Jefferson society were Mrs. Chas.
Hart, Mrs. Guy Anpperle and
daughter Betty, Mrs. Hugh Bil
yeu. Mrs. W. J. Looney, Mrs.
Chas. Loveland, Mrs. Henry rree
man, Mrs. A. B. Hini. Mrs, Dora
Humphrey, Mrs 8. R. Tandy. Mrs.
D. T. Hamill. Mrs. William Me
Caw and Mrs. SL F. Powell. Mrs.
Myra Reed and Mrs. McDonald of
Salem and Olive Griffith of Cor
vallia were guests ef the Jeffer
Iah than three ner cent of
French railroad passengers travel
stt.vicRTON. Jnlv 7 Mr. and
Mrs. John T. Hoblitt, who left a
few weeks ago for St. Helens
herA thev nurchased the St. Hel
en's Mist, have returned to Sll
verton ' and are again living in
their home on North Water street.
The Hoblltts sold the St. Hel
an's naner hack to its former own
er. They have made no plans
for tha future. Mr. and Mrs.
Mahlon Hoblitt. who were asso
ciated with the elder Hoblitts at
St. Helens, are visiting here tor a
few days. Thev clan to return
to Los Angeles where until re
cently, Mr. Hoblitt waa amployed
on a newspaper.
STAYTON. July 7 Mrs. Ka-
therine Kramer and her house
mMt. Misa Bessie Clow of Mil
waukee, Oregon, were visitors at
un Jnne Bartow is here from
her home in Seattle visiting her
int. Mr and Mrs. J. T.
Miss Marian Conklln is a guest
at the home of her sister, sirs.
nave John. Miss Conkiin nas a
position on one ot the newspapers
in the Washington town.
a a Beedle came from
Berkeley, Calif., Wednesday to as
sist Mrs. Beedle in moving to
their new home in California.
Ur and Mrs. E. G. Siegmund
came from Garibaldi to visit their
son, J. L. Siegmund and witn
friends here for the weekend.
Walter Herd, who is studying
aviation at the Eyerly school in
Salem , recently made nis aoio
nirht over Stavton.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Humpnrey
and children attended tne Hum
phrey re-union at Albany, going
from there to Eugene, where they
yiaited her mother. Mrs. Clara
Steward. Their son, Wallace, re
mained with his grandmother at
Eugene for a time.
Mra Freda Svaniol ana smaii
on came from Portland to spend
th week-end with her parents;
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. AlUs.
w v Rooaman came, irom
Klamath Falls to spend the 4th
xt r and Mrs. Alva Tnomas were
here from Bell, Calif., Thursday
visiting their many old frienas
Th were on their way to Port
land for a visit with relatives.
Calivain steward came up from
p.rater lake to soend the houaay
His wife and small son who have
hen vlsitinr her parents. Mr. ana
Mrs. John Dozler returned home
-,1th him Mr steward is em-
nioved at the Crater lake resort
Milton Toeman has gone to the
Lamomb district where he will be
employed in the fire patrol ser
vtoa a a heforA.
Mrs. Hattle Flcklln and daugh
tar. Mlsa Jean write 'from San
Jose that they are enjoying their
vacation very much.
Mra. H. A. Beauchamn has been
on the sick list for the past week
or more, but ia improving and
hopes to be feeling ner usual sen
Harry Chappell, of Portland Is
now employed as a compositor at
the Stayton Mail office.
Mike Nettling haa leased the
Etzel service station at Sublimity
and changed the name to the
Neitling service station.
The fourth passed off quietly
with no casualties. For the most
part Staytonites enjoyed picnic
dinners along the creek or went to
SW1 FAM 1 LIES
VISIT HER STATES
filLVERTON. July 7 Mrs. E.
Jay MeCall and daughter Mary
left Saturday morning for soutn
Dakota where she will visit, with
her other daughter. Mra. Comlal
DeRen and other relatives for a
counle of months.
A. T. Larson, who has been vis
iting here for the past month left
Monday morning for nis borne at
Galata, Montana. Mr. Larson
scent his early youth at Sllverton
before going to Montana. A tew
n arn he returned to Sllverton
and conducted a Jewelry store
here. A year ago he returned
to his Montana farm, wtuie at
Sllverton this past month he has
been a guest of his brother-in-law
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred cootes
Dent the week-end at Crater
Lake. The Cootes left Thursday
evening and returned Sunday ev
ening. Delbert Davenport, .Mrs
Georze Jaeschke and Lime Mad
sen were in charge of the Red and
White store during their absence
Mr. and Mrs. George Jaeschke
made the trip around the Mount
Hood Loop on the Fourtn.
Glenn Dudleston plans to leave
for Los Angeles in the near fu
ture. Mr. Huddleson will be em
ployed In the California city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Goyette and
family spent the week-end at Van
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gertiel of
Portland spent the Fourth raca
tlon with Mrs. Gertzel's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Taylor.
EMI FROM BEACH
Visitors Are Entertained in
.Many Homes During
STAYTOl. Jnlr 7 -Mr. and
Mrs. . Allan Harrington, former
Stayton. residents spent, tne
week end here at the home of
Mr." and Mrs. H. J. Tate.- The
Harrington s are .now living in
Spokane, where he is in the
cleaning and pressing business
Dr. and Mra. W. N. Pihtler and
Mr. PIntler'a Barents. Mr. and
Mrs. B. S. Clark, with their
daughter. Miss Norma and son.
Paul returned Sunday trom sev
eral days spent at Nellscott and
other beach resorts.
Alva Smith and danehter. Miss
Ellomae were here from Esta
cad a for the . week end visiting
relatives and old friends. The
Smith's were for many year res
idents .of stayton.
small son -were p from Salem'
Sunday , spendhMEhe day . with
Mr. and Mra. V. P. T-anM-fiplif"
spent Fridtfy and Saturday with
friends at Albany and as a con
sequence the store was closed
during their absence.
Mrs. V. A." Goode is home from
her trin to Loa Anrelea. where
she met her son Don, going with
him to Denver where he will be
guest at Zena
ZENA. Jnlv 7 Ralnh Reid of
Portland 4s a house guest at the'
home of his brother-in-law and
sister.. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pur
vine of Zena. Mr. Reid will be.
here two weeks to recuperate as
he has been ill. v
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmle Dawes.
of Mill City are the parents of a
daughter, worn juiy 4ta at tne
Stavton hosnital. Mrs. Dawes is
a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Deldrich ot this city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mavo and
their daughters,-Misses Patsy and
Jean and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Smita and? small daughter Paula
were am on? those who snent the
past several days at Newport.
Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Brewer re
turned Sunday evening from sev
eral days stay at Newport. They
were accompanied to the beach
by Mrs. Brewer's sister, Mrs. Es
The Stayton co- o p e r a 1 1 ve
switchboard association have de
cided to build a small building
adjoining the present telephone
office to house the generating
motors and other equipment. This
equipment has been kept in the
woodshed heretofore, and as soon
as the new building is completed
this and other miscellaneous
equipment will be installed.
Harold Richardson has so iar
recovered from his appendicitis
operation as to be removed to his
home in Salem.
Hunt and Tate have purchased
a fire hose that will reach to any
part of their garage. This will
no doubt greatly lessen the fire
Mr. and Mrs. Wlrth 8mith and
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