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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1930)
i .MILL CITY, Aug. 2. The an-BnalaH-day.
meeting: of the Me
hama church will be held la the
Mehima park Sunday, Aumst 10.
The'apeaker at both mirnins end
afternoon services will be Rev.
C. C. Hulet, master of the Ore
con afate grange. A noon picnic
dinner' will be served. -
Mr. and Mra. Bud Collins and
daughter Lola of Gat- hare r
rived home from a vacation trip to
Pisa lake. They report a splendid
time although Mra. Collins . and
laughter had a bad scare when a
bear appeared before them while
Mr Collins was some " distance
Mr. Collins Is employed as
clerk at the Hammon.' company
tore tn Mill City.
Mrs) Zora Stone expects to re
turn to her home in Mehama Sun
day after haying ; spent several
weeks In Mill City at the home of
her son Fred Stone. Mrs. Stone
had a very severe attack of pneu
monia and as soon as she was able
to be moved sBe was brought here
to her son's home.. She Is practic
ally recovered now. , . ' "
Mr. and Mr. Cbarles Gqltra and
children Coenla and 'Bob -el Al
bany, spent -Sunday in MiH City at
the home of Mrs. Goltra's mother,
.Mra. Fayette Lake. In 1 honor of
tie 16th anniversary their wed
ding which ocenred on July 30,
and the anniversary of Mr. Gol
tra's natal day. Mrs. Lake served
a dinner in their honor. There
were four generations seated at
the table. . x
Mrs. Sadie Brantner of Ocean
side. Calif., is spending several
weeks In Mill City on a visit at
the home of her daughter, Mrs.
R. J. Turpin.
Miss Janice Dunlvan who is at
! tending summer school at the
State Normal at Monmouth was a
visitor over the week end at ber
home in Mill City. Miss Dunlvan
haa accepted a position as teacher
at the Howell school near Stay ton
for the coming year. .
Mrs. George Kane has left for
her home In Vancouver, BVC. aft
er a visit here at the home of her
dawhter, Mrs. E. C Gordon. Mrs.
Cordon an family accompanied
Mra. Kne home. They made the
trip by auto.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Allen ar
' rived home a few days ago from
s their wedding trip and have gone
to housekeeping in the W. W. Al
len apartments.. Their wedding
was an event of early July.
gara Is staying in Mill City for
th nresent at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Frank Taylor. Mrs.
McCurdy ;has been quite ill with
an attack of heart trouble and her
daughter la nursing her.
Miss Rose uieancn oi roruauu
returned to her home In that city
Wednesday after a visit of several
days with her sister Mrs. Louie
Dawes if Mill City.S!rs. Dawes
and bihy daughter Donna Rose ac
companied Miss Died rich as far as
Stayton and visited . at the home
of Mrs. Dawea' and Misj DIedrich'a
parents for a, few hours. -
Miss Macy Wachter and. Miss
Prances Chance oi Mill CHy left
the last of the week ?or Living-
ton. Calif., where they will visit
Miss Chance's grandmother. Mrs.
M. J. Chance for the next two
months. Both girls were members
of the graduating class of the Mill
City high school this year. They
may decide to rem At-4n Califor
nia, for the winter.
Mrs. Haiti Malinda o! Portland
was the guest over the week end
of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chris
Brill of Mill City.
Mrs. Sam Godden Is spending
several days at the Tire Camp.
Mr. uuuucu uu uevu ii vuv mum
for a week or more.
- Miss Helen - Holford of Stayton
Is staying in Mill City at the home
of her cousin, Mrs. Gladys Stone.
Miss Holford is -learning to oper
ate the switchboard i ti the tele
phone office.: ..
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baltimore
pent Sunday on a pleasure trip at
4 the -Tillamook beaches. They re
i turned home late Sunday evening
with a tine lot of elams which
they had dug during the day.
Mrs. Alma Thomson and daugh
ter Sylvia of Salem were visitors
this .week of Mrs. Delbert Jen
king of Mill City. Mrs. Thomson
la a sister of Mr. Jenkins.
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Miss Lillian M. Publicover (right) and Miss Louise 1JL Standlej, both of Boston, are
shown with their new Chevrolet Six, which they drove to the Pacific Coast recently. They
will cover approximately .12,000 miles in their car before getting home to the Massa
chusetts rnetropoliv They enjoyed their trip immensely, despite the difficulty they expe
rienced in making therr wishes known. Westerners and Southerners just simply could not
translat the new England'accent, according to the visitors.
AUMSVILLE. Aug. 2 Mr
and Mrs. M. McCullough and
grandson, Ralph Bell of Grants
Pass, motored! tB-JSilverton Tues
day on hsifft8S.?,ote-
Mrs. T.jSV"oiiiion came
home fron Portland-- Friday
night after peadibV -several days
visiting an'C tuaiaaki ,at Port
A Howard anV children. Mi
Clelland, Vilas, Junior and Roy,
spent Sunday at Hubbard visit
ing. . .
. Jack Eastbnrn of Cottage
Grove is spending the week here
at the P. B. Collins Jiome.
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HOPEWELL. August 2 Mr.
and Mrs. Ross Rogers and daugh
ter Barbara and Owa Kotka
spent Friday at Pacific City.
1 . Lowell Purvine . of Spring Val
ley .was a dinner gojest of Clif
ford Stephens at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Stephens Sun
day. ., "
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Wood and
daughter. Loig and Mr. and Mrs.
rfohn Mills, who are visiting at
the Wood's home, spent several i
days at Pacific Citv.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rieebea j
were dinner guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Branson,
Sunday. The dinner was in hon
or of Mrs, Branson's birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Bantsori
and Vernon Stephens spent five
days at the coast.
Lucile Emmerson spent sever
al days visiting Beulah Campbell.
Rica Niemi and Arleen Nieml
of Alaska- are viaiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Par-ven.
AUBURN, August 2. Mr and
Mrs. . Murray Johnston and s6ns,
.Walter and David, and daughter,
Ethel, have gone to Montana for a
Mrs. J. C. Adams and small
daughter, Irene, of Oakland, Cal
ifornia, and Mrs. Adams' mother,
Mrs. George Wynn of Gervais, vis
ited at the Ben H. Hawkins home
Edward Schultz, son of Mrs.
George Witte, is suffering with, a
mastoid. He has been visiting the
doctor every day.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hooper
spent Sunday visiting .Mrs. Hoop
er's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
BratxeL Mr. Hooper Is working
for the gas company between Al
bany and Independence.
Miss Blanche Baumgartner en
tertained some of her schoolmates
recently 'with a alumber party. ;
NORTH SANTIAM, Aug. 2
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Cobb of
Wlllamma. were weekend visitors
at t.he home of her daughter,
Mrs. C. L. Young. Mrs. Cobb
stayed 'over this week to assist in
the care of ber small grandson.
Wilbur Young, who has been
Mrs. Glenn McClellan and Mrs.
George B. Howard attended the
district Sunday school conven
tion in Marlon on Sunday. '
The Women's sewing club met
Wednesday afternoon, the time
being spent in Quilting. The
meetings have been discontinued
until October. -
Lewis Scofield acompanled by
his cousins, the Misses Margaret
and Lucille Smith, who are here
from South Dakota, spent sever
al days this week at Marshfield
where they were guests Nof Dr.
and Mrs. Roy Scofield.
Pearl Miller, who has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Miller the past week,
left Thursday for Boise, Idaho,
where she is employed.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Browning,
Mrs. Bessie Johnson and Mr.
and Mrs. Ted Higgins of Port
land motored to Walport and
STAYTON, Aug. 2 Dr. and
Mrs. H. A. Beauchamp have gone
to Newport, where they expect to
spent two or three weeks.
William Ortman and family
have returned to their home in
Arlington,: after a visit with-relatives
. here. . "Billle owns and
operates the newspaper . at Ar
lington and several years ago
was employed in the.'. Stayton
Mail office here.
Mr and Mrs. Ralph Tate are
now at - home -to , their many
friends at the -farm home of the
groom northeast of Sublimity.
Mrs. Tate was formerly Ethel
Fresh, daugher' of Mr. and Mrs.
F. M. Fresh, of this place and
she was v recently married to
Ralph Tate, son, of Lee Tate and
also of this place.
Miss Faye Mack, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs Merton Mack and
Bernard Lyons, son of Mrs. Ella
Lyons were"- recently united in
marriage. They will make their
home in Corvallis, where the
groom la employed. Miss Mack,
who is a graduate of the. state
normal school at Monmouth,
taught school last year at the
Oak Glen school northeast of
Mr. and Mrs. 6. Phillips, of
.Berkeley, Calif., have been
guests of Mr. and Mra. H. J.
Tate. The ladies are cousins, and
the party made the Mt. Hood
loop trip the past week end and
are planning a visit to Seaside.
Mrs. Poole Operated On
Mrs. William Poole who has
been in poor health since the
birth of her baby about three
weeks ago was removed to Sa
lem in an ambulance Wednesday,
and underwent an operation
"HTS. Marion Fresh and small
son are visiting relatives in Mon
mouth, having gone to attend a
reunion of the Mulkey, family
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Poole
were in Portland the other day
to consult a specialist In regard
to Mrs. Poole's health and as a
result she will enter the tubercu
lar hospital as soon as there is
a place. It is thought that the
rest and quiet there will be most
Helen Patton Visit
Miss Helen Patton was here
from Portland this week for a
short visit. Miss Patton taught
last year in the Stayton school
and will each again this year.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Weddle
and daughters are home from a
pleasant outing at Taft.
Mrs. Alice Downing Phillips is
assisting in the bank during va
cation time, as she was employed
there before her marriage.
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LABISH CENTER, Aug. 2.-
Mr. and Mrs. J. Worth in gton and
family of Zen with Mr. Worth
ington's brother and his family
from Tennessee called on their
friends, Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Mc
Claughry and family Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weinman
motored to Portland Thursday
where they visited Mrs. Wein
man's parents. Mrs. Weinman's
:i Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis who
nave uvea here tor five years ex
pect' to start Tuesday for their
oia nome ai rugniaaa, Kansas.
They will drive through and ship
their household goods. They do
no, expect to return- to Oregon.
Ben Biets'and family will move
.. IntoUhe Mike Schwartz house
which the Davis family will va
cate on their departure,
- . Mr. and Mrs. Ammon Grice
and daughter Irene, . L. Grice and
Mrand Mrs. J. B.. Best, with Mr.
and Mrs. Percy Castl of Wallace
: road' drove to Silver Creek falls
.' Sunday where .they spent the
day -and enjoyed a picnic luncb
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. Mr ant'. Vm'-'A'" A Wltltn
S and children Earl Dean and Doris
- were gaesta Sunday of Mr. and
W A-U U LI J ILL,
their farm" home near Mehama.
The Cardwells who are formerly
from Wyoming lived last winter
. In this neighborhood.
. Ear! .Hyatt who has been
staying tor the last two months
at the A. R. Sonthwlek home and
working In the fruit will return
soon to his home In, Minnesota.
AURORA; Ang.. 2.MT. and
Mrs. Will Flick, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
-Hendricks and daughter Norma,
had a delightful trip to Bxeiten
huah where, they spent the week
end. They report a heaatlfnl place;
with mod' baths, swimming tank
and danee hall. A. modern hotel
will soon be under constractioa.
. W. O. i Wise of .Xeedy. had the
misfortune to catch bis arm in a
g:s engine; and he was severely
burned. ;:,'AS--t - --
Mrs. George Kraus and : daugh
ters Orletta and Georgia, are. .!!
guests ef Mrs. Ernest Greenwood
and daughter at Salem thiaweek.
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Misa Laverna Holm of Wood
burn is a guest of her sister,- Mrs.
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of Mr. and Mfs. A. L. Apple
white Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.
William . Wonacott ef Aumsville.
Mrs Wonacott is Mrs. Apple
O. B. Bittner Is home after
having spent three weeks in a
Salem hospitaL He is recovering
slowly from an operation he un
derwent there. Hla sister, Mrs.
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Bittner ome.7t "
The new 'dwelling of Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Cook la nearing com
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.Edward Finley and A. A. Liv
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near Marshfield Monday . where
Livingstone, wished to . look . at
some' property with, a "view - to
settling In that vicinity. They
arrived home Wednesday evening
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side. Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Beaver,
and Mrs. Mary Beaver returned
Tuesday evening from a five
days vacation at the sea shore.
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also visited Heceta and Interven
ing points. They enjoyed fish
ing and crabbing. They were ac
companied on the trip by Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Millie and Mr.
and Mrs. John Bolin, all of
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