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Mrffig Stage Reunion
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U. S. UNDERSEA CRAFT IN TEST
Mrs. Cusiter of Silverton
New Head of Clan; Miss
. Ridings, Secretary
By LILLIB l. MADSEN
SILVERTON August 4 Amer
ican descendant of Dr. Peter Jo
seph Ridings met at the Coolidge
and MeClaine park at Silverton
Snnday. for a picnic. Eighteen
iamines of descendants and a
Bomber of old time friends were
in the gathering.
The origination of the Riclngs
family, was in Holland In 1535
II embers immigrated to England
and Bolton Lancashire, England.
is the early home of the branch
of the family who met Sunday.
Dr. Peter Riding and his wife
came to America and settled In
Virginia In 1798 where he oper
ated woolen mills. It was his
grandchildren that came on to
Oregon. The first of these waa
Peter J. Ridings who came to
Portland in 1860. For seven
years he mined and worked in
the wooc' business both at Pierce
City, eastern Oregon and at Port
land. Then he settled, at Glad
Tidings three and a half miles
from Marqnam. Tor 20 years he
was postmaster of Glad Tidings.
In 1881 he started a general
merchandise store at Marquam
and daring ten years controlled
the Grange store before he
bought It himself.
Mrs. Ridings Mother of 10
In 1865 Mr. Ridings, was mar
ried to Caroline Jones who was
born near St. Louis, Mo.; ta
1841, ana' who Is the mother of
George Ridings and his sister
Margaret came to Oregon in .18(8
and purchased a farm near Mar
At the Sunday picnic Mrs. Ket
tle Ridings Cusiter of Silverton
was elected president; Mrs. G. E.
Daugherty of Molalla, rice pres-
t , -2 -"V- " TTT . bsssbsbssssssbssssss
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miiiini r -,n ?r " a .i i
Striking riew ef the forward f the safest afloat and Is
deck and Prow of the U. 3.
Nary' new submarine V-8
which received Its preliminary
test off Protineetown, Mass.
The 371-foot craft is hailed as
Quipped with the latest style
f escape hatches. In the fore
ground is Lieut. Commander
J. H. Brown, Jr., skipper of the
William A. Jones of Uacleay
Named President; Salem
SILVERTON. August 4 De
scendants of Lewis Jones and
Mary McAlpin Jones met for
their second clan reunion Sunday
at. the Coolidge ana MeClaine
park. At the -business meeting.
William A. Jones of McCleaywas
elected president, and Mrs. Kreta
Bondell of Salem, secretary.
Two old letters, one dated
February, 18 SI and one August
185 . written by Henry and Elis
abeth MeAlpin in Iowa to their
children here, were read. The let
ters stated that conditions were
rery good In Iowa that year, that
monthly labor was bringing 1 20
a mnnth, and day labor 75 cents
Lewis Jones came to the Walcft
Hills country in 1848, and pur
chased a farm, on a portion of
which the Union Hill school now
stands. Those attending the Sun
day reunion were:
Miss 8lly Joaen, Paul Johnson.'
Julia O. Johnson, IjnmtL O. Johnson,
Verda Johnson. W. Carlton Smith, G.
W. Johnson. Jr., ICrtta C. Smith, Mrs.
Kreta Hicks Bondell, Walter Bondell,
Kva B. Mitchell, A. O. Also, Edith
Algo. Helen Jones, Clifford T. Jones,
Wilroa Jones, Margaret Jones, Allen
Jones, Mary Alice Jones, Mrs. H. A,
Johnson. Myrtls Hswers, Claud A.
Johnson, Edwin Johnson, all of Sa
lem; T. M. Jones, Carrie Jones of
Lebanon ; Thomas - Jones, Dlls Jones.
W. A. Jones, John CL Jones, Mabel
Jones, Macleay, Boy Morley, Ger
truds Morley, Mrs. Effle Hicks, Mrs.
Mary Warnock. Euaene Hobart. Carl
I Haberly, Alto Morley Haberly. Georre
Haosny, jrayuis jean Haneriy, jonn
Morley. Mra John Morley. Mrs, John
Thurman. Mra Miles A damson, Elis
abeth Thunnan, Gertrude Thurman,
Cathertns Adam son, Mr. and Mra J.
O. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Bay McKee.
Mra fiarah A dam son, Janice and Har
old Bay. all of Sllvsrton, Mra Oliria
Craig or casus Kock, wasmnston ;
S. J. Jonsa Allen Jones. Monte Jones,
Jun Lee, Clay Williams, of Portland.
Being Busy Is
Porte of c0w9
By MADELINE CALLIN
Proof of the old saying that if
you want anything done ask a
busy person to do it is found in
Mrs. O. F.
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corresp o n d
ek is city
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the census, at
ous parties. Is
corres p o n d
ent and yet
. OF HEART fflt.CS
Mill City Woman Active in
Church Work and De
VISIT ALSEA COUNTRY
INDEPENDENCE. An mat 4
,S!L?!'Lr?? ZltSJi Bonlea Farm Home Site for Delightful Time J J Jjf C".SrH,"f
Ridings of Eugene, historian
The city of Sllyerton was giren a
rising TOte of thanks for the use
of its lovely park.
Bagpiper on Program
The afternoon program consist
ed of songs by Eleanor Ridings.
BONES FAMILY IS FETED
TURNER, August 4 Members
of Surprise arrange and friends
and the William Tomlson chil- ,,a4mM1 tn t vr
dren; bagpipe selections by Wil- . ... . . .
Ham TomisoV; Ulka by C. B. An- home rr,d' Tenln IaT,t-
drews of Portland, G. J. Noe of
Molalla, George Cusiter of Sil
verton, Mart Leabo of - Aurora,
Mrs. B. M. Acnms of Gresham,
Mrs. Fannie Drake of Sihrerton,
I. J. Ridings of Eugene, and Mrs.
Ed Seaman of Marquam.
tion to giro the grange "home
Electric lights were placed be
tween the house and street and
the lawn waa arranged to repre
sent the plan of the lodge room.
All officers excepting one were
present to take their part in the
Manv ftnesta Present
tt Mr ceremony.
and Mrs. P. J. Ridings, Marie Ridings, I Musie was a prominent feature
Beta Ridings,- Gordon Ridings or eu- i 0f the evening's entertainment.
Khffn, Mrt" "Bonle. Farm" 1. the chosen
tidings, Mr. snd Mrs. Harold Ridings, name ior ins nome, me name
fr. and Mrs. a I Hammond. Mr. and haying been registered some time
I TXT A Oiavai To mse fihatrnf MP I
frs. W. A. Shaver. James Shaver. Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Shaver. Virginia Shaver.
Mr. and Mra A. H. Shaver, Iris Ross
havr, Phyllis Ann Shaver, Wava
Ehaver. Mr. and Mra E. A. Shaver.
Arnold Shaver, Norma Shaver, Ivan
phavar. Dawn Shaver, Mr. and Mrs.
Aubry Shaver. Mr. and Mrs. G. &
Vaurhartv. Margaret Daugherty,
Blanche Dsugherty. Bethel Daugher-
tv. ail of Molalla ; Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Marqnam of Portland ; Rev. and Mra
Wayne Wright, Juno Wright of Stay
ton: Mr. and Mrs. George Bent ley
Mr and Mra R. R. Ridings. Richard
Ridings, Morris Ridings, Eleanor Rld
tnn. Dnui Rldtnzs all of Marauam :
Mr. and Mra George Cusiter of Sil-
Vertoa: Mra LaiIu scott ana vvesroo
Bcott of ScoUs Mills .
Cuests were Mra Fannie Drake,
t'nmlmL Bcttr Tomlam. Ina Harold.
Laverne Herrlck. and Mra Roy Mor- brother of Mrs
A beautiful glass service set
was presented- to Mr. and Mrs.
Bones by Arthur Edwards, as a place.
girt from tneir nome grange.
Grange Gives Bonqnet
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Lambert of
Stayton were present. They pre
sented the host and hostess with
a huge bouquet of 25 dahlias,
eaeh of a distinct variety. This
gift was given by the Pomona
grange of which L. 8. Lambert Is
Mr. and Mrs. A. Fair Sr., et
Ankeny grange, were also visit
ors from a distance. There were
about 75 friends present and af
ter a social hour, lee cream and
cake were served. All felt that a
very pleasant evening had been
spent and in parting each wished
for Mr. and Mrs. Bones many
years of enjoyment in their com
left early Saturday morning for
Alsea 'where they spent the day
fishing. The Humberger s have
built a cabin at Alsea and spent
most of the week ends at this
finds time to keep her borne at
tractive and to care for her
small daughter, Betty.
Dr. Korinek is of the well
known Korinek family of veter
inarians and has an extensive
practice in the rural districts
around Stayton and Mrs. Korinek
accompanies him on many of his
trips. In this way, and because
she is deeply interested she
learns much about farming con
ditions. Miss Betty Korinek goes to
sehool and studies music and
dancing, in all of which her
mother helps and encourages
her.' Mrs. Korinek is .indeed
busy but when one sees her
ready smile and shining eyes
one is quite sure that she likes
to be at work and thug, happy.
Visit in Oregon
KEIZER. August 4 (Special)
Rev. and Mrs. G. Edwin Ellis
of University Park, Iowa, and
their children, Paul, Lois, Helen,
Phillip and Leola, left the early
part of the week for their Iowa
home after a visit at the Ray Bet
ser home. Mrs. Ellis is a sister of
They motored west, enjoying
the trip and the Ideal, climate ef
MILL CITY. Aug. 4. Funeral
services for Mrs. George McCurdy
were held, at ' the Presbyterian
church Sunday afternoon at 2:00
o'clock. Rev. Clyde Thomas, pas-.
tor of the church, assisted by Rev.
Large of Eugene were in charge
of the services. Burial was in
Effie Marsh was born in ML
Vernon, Mo.. January 18, 1870,
and died at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Frank Taylor of
Mill City, Friday morning at 4 :30
from heart trouble. In 1885 Miss
Marsh was married to George
Johnson and in 1905 she and her
family came to Oregon, making
their home in Salem, where they
lived for many years.
In 1917. Mrs. Johnson became
the wife of George McCurdy and
following their marriage they
made their home at Niagara where
Mr. McCurdy owns a farm.
Mrs. McCurdy took an active
part in church work and was a
devout Christian. She 'also took
a strong interest in community
affairs. She was a member of the
Royal Neighbors lodge and had
served as oracle in this lodge, and
was a past noble grand of the
Rebekah lodge. .
Mrs. McCurdy Is survived by
her husband and two childen,
Mrs. Frank Taylor of Mill City
and Oliver Johnson. She is also
survived by a sister, Mra. E. C.
Crawford of Salem, two brothers,
Willard Marsh, of Kelso, Washing
ton and L. R. Marsh of McM Inn
vine, six grandchildren, Elsie,
Margaret and. Robert Taylor, Mrs.
Kenneth Smith and Lawrence and
Robert Johnson, and one great
granddaughter, Birdeen Smith.
vacated by Dewey Bundrlge mov
ing his family to near Turner
Mis Carolyn Johnson of Se
attle la expected soon to visit
brothers Albert Johnson and P.
Mrs. Ellen Van Cleave has
been brought home from the Sa
lem General hospital. She ex
pects her son, Frank Van Cleave,
Spokane, to come on a visit soon.
B. C. Zelinski cut his fore
finger severely while sharpening
an implement tor cutting straw
HARTOXG LEADS MEET
HUBBARD, August 4 Rev.
Glen Hartong, pastor of the Fed
erated churches of Hubbard,
had charge of a meeting of the
young people of the church at
the 'Methodist church building
Friday evening. Plans were made
for the Young People's meetings
which will be organized soon.
IT SCOnS MILLS
SCOTTS MILLS, August 4
Quite a few farmers are busy with
their hay now. The hay crop Is- '
very good this year. -Many will
begin cutting grain next week. v
.Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chapman '
of Oswego are rejoicing over the- 1
birth of a daughter born Tuesday "
morning, July 29, at the home of
Mrs. Chapman's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Dale.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Coulson- -and
family, Mrs. Ethel Cox. Mist
Mary Meyers and Ira Brougher at
tended the Friends' convention at
Twin Rocks the first of the week.
Little Reuben Miller of Mt. An
rl ! vlattlnv his nnrlft an1 a tint. -
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben De Jtrdln. ,
Of Brooks Now
At Hazel Green
HAZEL GREENr August 4.
Friday Mr. and Mrs. Kibble mov
ed from the Brooks district to
the property recently bought by
son-in-law George Scatch from
Ronald Jones. The houise was
A PICTURE NO ROBOT CAN PAINT!
ONE caaaot proAies art withsat fesliaf. Heacs the bwatsasey ef SMchssicat
rsaeitloa sf awuk as a sake ti tut fsr LMag Masts.
Ltfe -glssinsi esrhisMst era fsadssssatsl rsejoirssssats of tW
taoatra, Tksrs is arssaa Is A artist's swag gfc Is sJess sad la taa sstetieasl
respsass sf ts suaieacs.
contact fsr ta ssstisa picture theatre,
Ai less) FsasrsUsa ef Maskisas
144 BrseaVay, New York, N. Y.
nesnaseji rtusst SjyAjfp ssassttsB as
saatasMsTsT JTUTmsK StsVktsSsT
' Musk soppDsJ this Ufa, this aassa
ta the cssnmg of Caaaed Music.
The purely ssscaaalcsJ theatre res .
reseats the cUsasst ef a new spirit as
the theatrical hashisss, sae that takes
the aacflity of the patrea tea ssach
Minises sf thsatrs patreas abject
te this and are velciag a eesjaae isr
Uviag Musis ss the theatre kyjeinlag
the Maslc Defease League. It Is year
rUht, aba, to vets sa this outers!
Ism. Sign as,
rWE AMERICAN FEDERATION OP MUSICIANS
rCesssvteing lessee prsmlsasf aMass as the VmUU Stares ewi CW
JOSETH H. VttE. rWW. 1440 aV-W. Hew Ysrk, N. Y.
MOIM PEOPLE Pax Crop
IMC MWUV UICITC Heavy tor
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Ihe tobacco in Velvet
is aged in wooden casks for
over two years.. that's why it's so
MONMOUTH. August 4 Mr.
and Mrs. . Harry Vest of Port-
SILVERTON, August 4. Har-
Drake. Mr. and Mra William , , Qnndsv smests at the estlng Of flax is very nearly
5 BeynTHar TKJ. X7v-t completed luthe SUverton farm-
r rrl-k and Mra Roy Mor- vrn.hAv r Vtrm Unnr snf Is I lnS comrauniiy. AJinongn Iiax
fcr!y? Mrt. r M. Adams. T-rsl weeks & been grown In this commun
ft. SaOTr. and Mrr trip into Wyoming. 'J PasUouror five year.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jacobson I .hl. ,,., f h,a M vfl
and daughter Mable of Salem. .r .nn i, attrsitswi
spent me aay aunaay, vu - . deal of .ttenUon.
, . I A HHJUWA V L UIQ AMU AWWW
Mrs. Nellie Damon had as her I . . . ' ...v !
Kan of Marquam; air. and Mra M.
LBba of Aurora : Mr. and Mra
C. B. Andrews of Portland: Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Noe. Mr. and Mra Frank
)ickan, Ronald Dicken, Betty Jean
1 ken, Mra 0L V. Adams of Molalla,
Mra Genevieve Shaver McDuxfee of
Minneapolis, Mlrfn. ; and Mr. and
Mrs, Jos VanOeave of Mount AngeL
FIRST TO USE 6AS
and Mr. and
mon of Portland
Mrs. Oliver Lock and Dorothy macniliepUljed lB , feW ,ieid. it
was found necessary to est -the
Damon of Salem.
wnTnionTH. August 4 The
Herald office Is the first user of
gas In Monmouth. . A gas burner
Ss being used for melting lead
In .a ' casting machine In making
Ruddy Jones of Independence
was run over while riding his bi
cycle, by Howard Rogers m a
Ford eoupev The accident occur
red- on" the ; Indepenaenee-Mon-month
Miss. Butler, critic teacher in
the normal training school, la on
her wav to Kansas,, going, by the
way of California and the Grand
Miss Judd and Miss Kerns left
this week for their vacation trip
which takes them into the Alaska
Salem Girl on
Mill City Visit
MILL CITY. August 4 Miss
lane Robinson of Salem has been
visiting tn Mill City at the home
of her father, W. J. Robinson for
the nast- several days: Mr. and
Mrs. Robinson are leaving on
vaeatioa' trip to eastern Wash
ington ' pointt th first of , the
weelu . .- " " " ' f-rv. ' '
Mlsa Helen Morrow and Rob
rt Cunningham of Portland ar-
riTea' la Mill City- Saturday eve
ning on tho atago and wero the
house gnesta of Miss Mary; Holt
house hero over tho wek end.
ur ana Mrs. T. W. Allen and
family. Mr. , and Mra. Charles
naseman and son.-Mr. and Mrs.
W. Chestnut and daughter and
Mr. and Mra. R, C Cooper of Mill
City composed a pienle party 'who
.siuHit snnday at Breitenhush
Enrlnca.' . -
last. Some of the fields were
pulled by hand while others were
Mrs. Elmer Addison and two tfl0 aowd.wai.toa
hand, to permit pulling in any
children retained Sunday from
Cascadia where they baa' been
spending their vacation
Mrs. Orpha Dawes of this city
submitted to a major operation
on Thursday at the Willamette
sanltorium, Salem, and Is report
ed as getting on nicely.
Mr. and Mra. George Coakey of
Rosebura- are spending some
time as guests of old friends
here. Mr. Conkey was at one
time In business here;
Mr. ana Mrs. .wui craven i i . t u. un m
spending tneir vacation ai -o-1 r tTtMri.. t.. lAMmMitud
vordale. Mr Craven is in the con- -o-,- and dangh-
recuonery ousinss n ter. Helen May, and her mother.
M PEOPLE IT
ZEIU FAMILY IT
Mrs. Susan Smith of Pratum when
they went to Nelscott Saturday to
spend the day with Mrs. Nellie l
The Utter with her children.
Mark. Mary and Corrine. are
spending their summer .vaeatioa
at this delightful beach resort..
Mr. and Mrs. George Antrim
and daughter, Ila, were abo visit
ed there. Mrs. HIggins. Helen
ZEN A, Aug. 4. Mr.
and Mrs.) May Thomoson and Mary Antrim
w rt rmn sf Zmu. Mr. and I visited Taft and Cutler City. In
Mra. 8 D Crawford of Spring "val- describing their trip. Mrs, r Htr
mmA un. w. NL Craw-1 kins said "wo traveled through a
ford and daaghtera, AUce and mile and a half of wonderful
WUma of Zna attended tho fn- spme and hemlock forests on the
neral of Mra. Georgo Mcunray -1 r.
Mill City Sunday anernoon.
M V . sil ataVT AT
SSSru " nmng soon to
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KIUVU Will MSay - KEIZER. Augnsi 4 (Special)
4M ZlMit A vnfff I The Boy Scouts held their
. Are Ml ere Again I monthly meeting at the school
. '.. ' I house . Friday evening.: There
TNTtKPENDENCE. August 4. 1 were eight members and two vls-
Tha aid societv - of the Baptist I itors present. Their scoutmasters.
church met Thursday for an all-1 Ray Betxer, gave them tnstrae
dav aesaton. A rood attendance I tlons In signalling. , v
was present. The day was spent The troop Is planning an over-
la aalltinr. At noon those pros-1 night trip to Snow peak Lake la
ent nnioyed a vot lack dinner. 1 the near fatara,
1 fli ' 2
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makings of about SO of the
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