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Tfca CrJZCON STATTMAN, Cslen, )rea Tgsdsy ZIsnd-; Js!y 22, 1935
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Turner - Growers Will Hand
Cl ex a
run r..uwi ui i nis i ears ,
TTJftNtm Jidy Si Ball Bro
thers Qax pulling machine after
ierersl yect jtf service Is On u
Job tor ttt. resent year's put&ig.
&x Kn wl Jan wceit ugt wui
-sot hare & leaf run In Tomer tl
ctnlty a5nt6h ttf. the- mereage feas
; to m hana pulled, owing to trw
H. 8s Bond was ill Wednesday
evening an doctor wu tailed.
Mr. Bond soon recovered bis msu
at health andLresumed his duties
as Southern pacific agent.
The M. B.. Ladies Aid society
wiU, Hold their monthly Sitae
Tea at the country home of Mrs.
C. A. Bear, Thursday afternoon.
July 24. All ladies cordially in-
L- S. Talbot .has been trasy
pawing tne resiaence of Mrs.
B. Tucker -bad trouble with
truck load of wood at one ot the
feridge detours Saturday morning
Ma io ttwva, ao great unm
ade resulted from the mishan.
Little Bobby Ball is much
pleased to be at hone after his
two weeks, enforced stay at
Salem hospital, suffering- from In-
a a . .
lernai injuries, caused by a tall.
. He was. able to be moved heme
Thursday, much to. the Joy ot his
parents and friends. Ho Is the
youngest son of Mr. and Mra. L.
Mr. J)eae Tucker was not
able to leave the hospital and
cone to her parents' home as
ooq as was expected, but will re-
Turner and vicinity can boast
at several pairs ot twins, the old
est being. Henry and. Harry Bar
uett who are old residents ot
Turner. They celebrated their
63rd birthday Sunday, .
Mrs..W. T. lUche. had the
company of her granddaughter,
Rachel Riches Sunday, it being
the occasion of her birthday, and
was pieasea wim ner purnasy
cake, it being made by her young
Miss Mildred Martin who has
a position in Salem spent Sunday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Martin.
The men of the brotherhood of
the'M. E. 'church, announce they
will serve a chicken dinner Fri
day evening at 7 o'clock at the
parsonage. The meal will be pre
- pared by the men, and the ladies
are Invited. The proceeds of the
evening win apply on church im
provement. At S o'clock all will
assemble in the church for the
evening's program. The general
. subject will be "Qur Church's Fu
ture." Friends welcome.
On Fishing Trip
LABISH CENTER, July SI
A. F. Hayes and W. R. Daugher
ty left by motor early Friday
morning - for eastern Oragen
joints where they will enjoy a
week's fishing. Immediately up-
his return, Mr. Hayes will
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Pipj Provide Home fcr Wren
seaSgh is SwaSdes)
ZENA. July XI Old toother
nature provides her feetheraB
children with protective lnstiwta
them to - Ma
their . yoaajr
and t., build
their nesU- ia
thee amies loca
tion mo that
m a r audi a g
at bar animals
wUl not teal
their eggs. 0 -
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taller kind a
such as the
wren. P b o e be
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build their nesu Crawford
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I remember one i year hearing, lit
tie birds somewhere In. the wood
shed ,and finally located .the nest
In -an old teakettle which was mt
nua a 114. But X found the stran
gest location for a nest Of them
My two girls . Alice, aged 12
and Wilms nine,' are Intensely in
Journey by air to 8am Jose, Cal.,
where he will Join his wife and
family and visit relatives there.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Starker
motored to Aurora Monday even
ing to visit Mr. and Mrs. Marko
Emerson. The Emergens are
former residents ot this communi
ty. AURORA, July 11 Mrs. Ches
ter Gilbreath was joined at Port
land by Mrs. Ralph Horn, and the
two motored to Vancouver, Wash
ington where they met a group of
girls who bad attended the Van
couver grade and high school to
. These girls who are scattered
all over the northwest and as far
south as Los Angeles have return
ed to Vancouver for a vacation,
and were united at a picnic
Thursday evening, held in one of
the beauty spots of that city.
Road Work Is
To Be Delayed
VALSETZ, .July 21 Martin
Rudy, called a meeting' ef the
"Valsets Road club, Tuesday
evening in the movie hall. -
The meeting was to decide if
the people ot the community
wanted to graved the now one
into an is root roaa.
Clarence Powell Wood, super
intendent has been appointed to
take charge of the road. .
It was decided that as the
funds were rather' low in the
treasury that at present, the road
crew would take tha shovel ana
graonj oniy to ihe foot hills, er
the forest ranger camp ground.
No gravel will be put on the
road this year.
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t corns te the
86 free from
IS wild hogt
roasting rods .
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. full at
terested m aH" wild Kfa -and t
ten. Tln curlowa things. One day
tfcoy came to mo knd said,' Motfc
r.icbao and help.tt tlad nest
Ll. the $raor ahed. We aa hear
X was Jmrtarmueh pusxled as
jr firnt whtt I piut the
hunt' until .finally f a'ald", TChit
drew, be Jasti a alt ma Xwalble
and -then tb mother will come to
feed the little wnea."
Mother- Bbd Returns
Sure " cnowgh . when 411 was
e:atet the mother, tiny wren,
fTuttftred tnU the efisd. liter
chirping and hopplig" aroaad 1q
assure: herself all was wall, ahe
Sew away- aad soon came tack
with a worm . ia her'- beak. -After
soma heel tatlon- aha perched on
the dutch arm f the tractor,
which is a round pipe-about six
inehes in. diaaeter. There was a
hole about s largo aa. ft dollar
in this pipe aad ia she dived to
feed. her babies.
We were astonished for we had
mom sitting on -the tractor seat
aad couldnt locate the nest as
the. hollow pip' mof&ed the lit
MEHAMA. July 21 - Mr. aad
Mrs. H. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs.
Nye Phillips and two boys return
ed the middle of the week from
a trip to Kiowa aad Denver, Colo,
where they vlslUd relatives.
While gone they visited points of
interest In eight states Wash
ington, Idaho, Wyoming, Monta
na, Colorada, New Mexico, Arizo
na and California. They stayed
over a few days at Santa Monica,
Calif., to vslt with their daughter,
Hazel Purser. They all . agree
that Oregon is the best of the
eight states they visited. In Col
orado the crops are almost a fail
ure due to such a long dry spell.
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"POLLY AND HER PALS" J -Mother's Little Flower Girl"
WCK6D A A tb HEft MOTHER k MAMaK RjjtJ r TViiS iS A E VOJJ EMVY f CXD t& 6R6AKtN5 UP! J
LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY
TOOTS AND CASPER
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v. lies rsorrvc WHC
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Hazd Green Peopla tX the
Church Session at
HAZEL OREJCK. Jrnly 11.
Bar. Mies le Lackey mad her
father, lames Locker, mad atece.
Miss oU Locker, mad Cd. Looacy
left by auto Bumaay artBrmooa for
Hiss lACkey." her niece and Mr.
Looaer IU attend . thw . UnltedT,
Brethren leadershia trainmg
school from July 21 to 17 Inelfcs
lTa, Bishop Ira D. Warren. D. D4
of Portland, win be dan ot the
school. He wm teach 'tha life eX
Christ. Tne ractuty win lnuooa
Her. r. w. Pontius OT Vancouver.
Washington, superintendent OT
the conference; Dr. and Mrs. u.
L. Kpley of Bam Diego, Calif.,
and Miss Alice Bell, wf Dayton.
Ohm, general secretary t the
Women's Missionary association
ot the United Brethren chores
Dr. Epley was president ot Philo
math college serem years age ana
is well knowm here.
The course lnclsdes psychology
taught by Dr. Epley; primary
methods, taught by Mrs. Bpiey,
and world missions, taught by
LABISH CENTER. July 21
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Daugherty
motored to Mllwaukie to visit Mr.
nanrhertv'a mother. Mrs. E. J.'
Daneherty, who was injured Mon
day when she was caught between
two cars near her stall at the
public market, Portland. X-rays
taken at St. Vincent's hospital re
veled that her peiris was cracked,
and she was removed to her home
where It will be necessary tor her
to remain In bed for three wees.
"Twilight Rereries" was the
title ot the special feature pre
sented by the social committee of
the Christian Endeavor Sunday
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Pioneer andGreat Grandson
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' HUBBARD, Jaly 21. '
Farmers- -ipf " east Habbard
netMi ce'taw 2ato Carl
Kochcr. gather 3.1 at . tb
Koaher iMsi ; Vrfday , Jore-l
Mogd iald:aad stored
the hsycf far Uf. Koch
. fa ften totMsd TsUo
F. Bmra, Lawrence Pwily,
Walter Reed, Cland Moo
maw, - Elton ' McLaaghlia
Sam M11W, Gorg LefXW,
O. IK KwnUe, Eldon Saimd
era, Frank Kaaftman and
evening. Preaching services by
the pastor, Rer. H. R. Scheuer
man, followed the Endeavor
AMITY, July 11 Superinten
dent aad Mrs. A. E. Murphy and
children accompanied by Mra.
Murphy's mother, Mrs. I. O. Wik
strom ot Scappoose, have Just re
turned - from a tour including the
Oregon Caves. Crater Lake and
the lakea of the Caseades en the
8ky Liae trail through the. Mc-
Mr. Murphy reports that the
roads are excellent except lor a
few. miles that are under con
struction along the McKeasie
DINNER IS SURPRISE
VALSETZ, July 21. A surprise
w odd lux "anniversary dinner was
given to Mr. and Mrs. 3. L. Dod
son. In honor of their tenth anni
versary, at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. ward Barnett. July 19.
Only the children Evelyn and
Raymond were present.
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MATTE.R - V 1 SAW THEM
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INDEPENDENCE, July IL
Aa airplane, has been here for tha
last three days, taking up pas
sengers. ' . .
Tha airport ie lust north of
Iowa war tarn eld Nelawe farm. ' '
I. H. Treat. years M, aad
his creat grandson, WiliUm Roger
BeUey, both Urlng . Bear Uoe
meotn, came . to- xaae vaeir nm
rid In aa airplane. ealebraaac
both pt tholr- birthdays.
The old ce&tienun I Terr epry
tor i age. Ho remarked he had
driven mm ox team, rode ia a Ford.
end thought this ride la an air
plane woaJA be the highest am he
would ever get.
SIH1 Mi TO
MEET JULY 27
ZEN A, July 21 The third an
anal reunion of the descendants
of William and Mary Simpson.
who crossed the plains in 184,
will be held at the state fair
grounds Sunday, July 27.
A basket dinner will be a fea
ture of tha day fallowed by a
program tn the afternoon.
Friends of the family are cordial
ly iavited to attend and renew old
friendships. .John Simpson of
Carlton was elected president and
Mrs. Clyde B. Simpson, secretary-
treasurer when the clan organ
tsed fn im.
Judge Peter D'Arcy of Salem,
am old friend tf the 81mpson fam
ily, gave the principal, address at
the reunion held at the eame time
NEIGHBORS HARVEST HAT
ZEN A. July 21. Walter Hunt
and son, Kenneth and T. S. Lewis
are busy hauling bay and putting
it in the barn for their neighbor
E. C. Higglns. who has not been
able to do .hard labor such as his
farm work for about two years
because of a weak heart and com
plications attending this trouble.
Donkey Outm Mickey!"
i.lk'C THPV UUS
t 111 AS
tOAWT TO ADOPT WE-VWJOW
ii wre to e adopted bv
POOR FOLkSTHEAJ IDeUeT,
BE A POOH KID
INDEPENDENCE, July 11
Dan Moore and Mel via WUsoa
left Sunday for a hiking trip. Mr.
and Mrs. A. C. Moore drove them
in as far as Cascadia, and frost
there the hoys will hike to Clear
lake whera they will spend the
week fishing aad enjoying camp
life. They will he met next Sun
day by the Mooree and return
home. ' ,
Mra. Florence Waltaker of Eu
gene is spending the week as
gaest ef her sister. Mrs. a W.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Dickinson
spent the weekend In Portland at
the homo of their son. Do rain
Mr, and Mrs. W. D. Wiley
tertalned Mr. and Mrs. B. C El
liot of Roseburg, Saturday. Mr.
Elliot is assistant manager of tha
J. C. Penny store In Roseburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patterson
of Portland were the weekend
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Mc
Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Hedges and
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Craven, mo
tored to Albany and were callers
at the Green Hasting farm south
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hastings of
Arlie was shopping in town Sat
AURORA, July 21 Rev. Al
fred F. Knoor and family have at
tended, and others from Aurora
plan to attend some of the ses
sions of the Lutheran Bible con
ference being conducted this
week at Celton. The meetings
are being held In the open, in
cathedral formed by nature. The
sessions include devotions, bible
studies and lectures besides many
Among the speakers are Rev.
E. H. Wahlstrom of Warren, Ore
dean of the Institute; Dr. Conrad
Bergendortf of Chicago; Bible
teacher and lecturer; and Rev.
Ernest 6. Svenson of Tacoma,
t rhm isirr
Wash. Samuel B. Jehnsea of
Portland leads the hinging. Hun
dred were present en Saturday
evening to view the presentation
of the pageant first produced last
year by Enoch Sandeen. former
dean and vecavse of popular e :
mand repeated this year - -
CHAMPOBO. July 21 An ln-
MmUbk mmdren malaafced pro
gram was presented by Linfieia
college at, Cbampbef Memorial
park Friday evening.
The- program was arranged by
Mitt Bemlah Watson, m graduate
ot'Liafreld who 'wag introduced
by Dr. Leonard Riley, president
of the college.
The program opened with m pi
ano nolo by George Week follow
ed by a Vocal 'duet by Misses
Frances Hall end Esther Wood,
accompanied by Miss Phyllis
Misa Heiea Brixey accompan
ied by Misa Blanche Stalling
played aad Kenneth Hewitt aang. -accompanied
by Miss Stalllngs.
Phyllis Hall gate a brief talk
oa what Li afield meant te her as
a graduate after which George
Weeks plaited a plane solo. The
speaker ot the evening was Ken
neth Riley, registrar of the col
lege who talked oa Unfiald in
the past and the present and es
pecially emphasised the rapid de
velopment la the past few years.
Misses Esther Wood and Fran
ces Hall again sang, and Miss
Brixey played a rioiin solo. Miss
Watson, ' accompanied ) by Miss
Brixy aang and a college song by
the group concluded the pro
gram. , ;
Thistle Spray to
HUBBARD. July II The
weed spray for the Canadian
thistle will be demonstrated by
W. L. Teutsch of Oregon' State
college, assistant county agent, on ,
the Waldo F. Brown farm Wed
nesday, July 23 at 1:30 p.m. AU
Interested fn the demonstration
are requested to meet at the
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