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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salea, Oregon, Saturday llorain?, An?nst SO, 1939
U. W. GRITES
Dean J. B. V. Butler Pre
sents Diplomas to Fu-
- ture Teachers
MONMOUTH, Aug. 29. Sim
file exercises were held Thursday
morning at It o'clock In the aud
itorium of the Oregon Normal
thool for a elasi ot 145 gradu
ates who received standard diplo
mas. President J. S. Landers
The McDowell club opened the
ttrogram with "You Know My
Garden and "Wake TJp," with
piano accompaniment by Mrs.
Genevieve Baum Gasklns of the
school's mask department.
- President Landers read three
rief poems, "The Quest." "The
Great Heart," and "A Prayer,"
the Iff ernes ot which were har
Wionioua with erents of the day.
afiss Eulaine Cox, one of the
graduates, sang. "Morning," and
'"Goodnight," with piano accom
paniment by Mrs. Gasklns.
J. W. Crifes ot Saiem, who de
livered the address, brought
greetings and good wishes to the
fclass members from Superintend
nt C. A. Howard, In the opening
words of his talk. Humorously
informing the class that he was
going to give them some advice,
which he was fitted from diver
gent angles to offer, he stressed
the seed for teachers to make the
ichildren like them; to be enthu
siastic about their work; to be
Willing always to give more than
they had contracted to give; and
to have no trepidation about how
parents would react to progres
sive Innovations made in the
Mr. Crites, who has addressed
previous classes at the Normal,
IS3 cordially received oy nis au
idieace. and his entertaining man-
tier of stressing features for
teachers was a fitting climax to
the well balanced program.
Diplomas were presented by
Iean J. B. V. Butler; and Presi
ident Landers made cogent re
marks of encouragements to the
lass la conclusion. .
FARMER IS HTJR
JEFFERSON. An. 30 C. S
Calkins, farmer living one-half
utile south of Jefferson, met with
an accident Monday evening
while he was helninr n neighbor
(thresh. Somehow he fell from his
.wagonload of bundles, striking
ton the wagon tongue, in which he
Sustained bad bruises and a
w renched back. He will be con-
Iined to his home for some time.
SILVERTON, Aug. 29. Reuben
Jensen, who has been attending
Summer school at Los Angeles, re
turned to Silverton Friday morn
ing for a tew days visit at the
piome of his mother, Mrs. Ansa K.
SJensao. before going on to Asto
ria where he will teach 1u the
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Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Groves
were pleasantly surprised last
night whea members and friends
of the Summit church at Orchard
Heights, of' which Mr. Groves is
pastor. Invaded the parsonage
armed with Ice cream and cake
and plans for a social evening.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Simmons, Mr. aad Mrs. Ed
ward Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Guy
McDowell. Mr. and Mrs. G. B.
Bietz. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Best.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. M. A. Groves, Mrs. Grace
Bliss, Misses Mildred Simmons,
Helen Bliss, Ethel McDowell and
Annie Biets; Lawrence Simmons,
Donald Reed, and Meredith
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd DeLapp
were luncheon hosts yesterday to
Mrs. C. E. Thorp, a great aunt of
Mrs. DeLapp, from Loag Beach,
Calif. Additional guests were aa
GOES TO LA GRIDE
8IL"VBRTON, Aug. z. Miss
Agness Hatteberg, who taught In
the chemistry department ot Ore
gon State college last year, will
leave next week for La Grande,
where she will be in charge ot
foods in the La Grande high
Miss Hatteberg 1s a graduate of
the Silverton high school and of
Oregon Stale eollege. She has been
spending the summer with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Hatte
berg ia Brush Creek, and at her
brother's, Willam, farm, near Pra-
RICKET, Aug. 29. In a let
ter received by Mrs. M. Magee
from an aant, Mrs. Emma Ready
of Tennv. Minn., dated Auenst
21, Mrs. Ready said that thresh
ing was over but there was a
very poor yield owing to lack of
ram and unless there was ram
ia a few days, there would be no
corn crop in that . section.
Mrs. Ready is a sister of the
late Augusta E. Harris.
MONMOUTH, Aug. 29. Lite
certificates were won this
term at the Normal by Eleanor
Halllday, Edith De Rigio. Mrs
Bonner, Carol Mlnaker, Mrs
Moatry, Alyce Johnson, Elizabeth
Campbell, Doris Loftin, Mildred
Smith, Janice Dnnivan. Esther
Rax. Helen Peterson, On a Dorch,
women of the school; and one
man student, William Dolmeyer.
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throp and Mrs. F. W. Casey, both
Overnight guests Thursday of
Mrs. Emmellne Besf were Mr. and
Mrs. John Buhtte of Portland.
"When they returned home Friday
they took Mrs. Best, who Is an
aunt ot Bnhrte, home with them.
She expects to spend two weeks
In the metropolis.
West Salem friends . ot - Miss
Bessie Shun win be sorry to
learn that she is confined to her
bed with a broken vein la her
ankle, the result ot a fall. Miss
Shlnn, whose borne Is in North
Salem, taught for seven consecu
tive years In the West Salem
The Epworth league will hold
their first fall social tonight at
the Community hall. It is. called
a kitchen party. All young peo
ple of the league, church and com
munity are Invited.
Road Work is
TURNER, Aug. 29. The
county paving crew have tin
to bed the new pavement to the
Crawford school house and are
well around the turn and are
headed south toward Marion.
Oscar Cutler, market road en
gineer .for the state highway de
partment, with County Engineer
Swartz. visited the road and new
pavement and pronounced the
pavement being laid this year
as being superior in every way
to that laid formerly.
RETURNS TO PUYALLUP
SILVERTON. Aug. 2 9 Harold
Larson, who has been spending
the past two weeks at Silverton,
will leave Monday for Puyallup,
where he la assistant manager of
the J. C. Penney store. Until two
years ago Mr. Larson was asso
ciated with Victor Madsen in the
L. & M. Grocery at SilTerton.
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HAZEL GREEN. Aug. SO A re
union of the Weed's tastily was
held at the Max Woods home Sun
day. There were present three
brothers and their families, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Wood C Stevens
Point, Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs.
John Weed and! two children of
Portland, the host aad hostess.
Mr. aad Mrs. Max Wood and chil
dren, Uneral, Cletus, Elsie and
Alvln of this plaee.
Friends present were Mr. and
Mrs. J. Mosier and five children
of Portland,. Mr. and Mrs. F.
Rosehark ot Tigard, Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred ot Portland.
Miss Leila Luckey and father.
James Luckey, spent Tuesday tn
Woodbum visiting Mr. Luckey
brother, John Luckey and family,
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Zetlnski and
children, Louis, Quentln and
Helea, returned Tuesday from a
week's camping at Brietenbusn
Springs. Their son Quenin. who
spent three months in bed, is
much better. He will not be able
to attend school this year. They
wont hmcklefcerrjr picking tn the
Turner High to
TURNER. Ang. . The
school board met Wednesday
evening. Among the Items ot
business passed on, was the or
dering of two electric ranges for
use in the new domestic science
A number of bids were re
ceived tor the carpenter work.
The bid of Deuhem Bros, was ac
cepted. Work will be rushed In
the next three weeks In order
to hare all in readiness for the
opening of school, September 22.
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SELYEBTOX. Ang. 29.
Shades of yesteryear will ap
pear est Silverton streets cm
Saturday afternoon aft :0
edeck wben a campaign
water wagon drawn by f owr
Peawtffol bay horses win
tea vet over SUrerton's tbocv
The show has been arrang
ed by a local man for the
benefit of the lepablleaa
atomtaee for ar ;roor, Phil
f etchaa of Portland.
ELSIE F08ERTY IS
MONMOUTH, Aug. 2. Miss
Elsie Fogerty, director of the ex
clusive Central school ot speech ot
London, was an interesting visitor
at the Normal Tuesday and Wed
nesday, where she addressed the
faculty and student-body at con
vocation, and at several class per
iods. She is making an extensive
tour ot the United States and will
be absent from her work in Lon
don for some months.
Faculty women at the Winegar
5artments entertained inform
ly at tea for Miss Fogerty Tues
Has Fire Scare
CENTRAL HOWELL, Aug. 29
Fire in the threshing engine
belonging to the Roth brothers
caused Quite a little excitement
among the neighbors and did
about 880 worth of damage
early one morning recently.
An early tlax hauler saw the
Are and gave the alarm before
4 o'clock and neighbors all tum
bled out and helped to put the
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MONMOUTH. Aar. 2. The
Gideons, a great religions
workers who hare long been active
la bringing the gospel of Jesus
Christ to commercial travelers,
and other business folk, held a
meeting 8unday afternoon at the
Oregon Normal school at which
representatives ot the organiza
tion from Portland were Instru
mental in perfecting a teachers
organisation, here. The object
stressed isthat each member
pledge himself to live actively the
life of Christ, and to be a living
witness for HimIn the communi
ties served as teacher.
At the Sanday meeting here,
these officers were elected: Lois
Mitchell, president; Verna Tittle,
vice president; Alta Hedlund, sec
retary; Ruby Brisbane treasurer;
Noah Berreman and Homer Doods,
President J. S. Landers and
other faculty members expressed
themselves as glad to see this or
ganization take root at the Nor
At Wedding in
TURNER, Aug. 29. Mr. and
Mrs. M. A. Hill drove to Scotts
Mills Wednesday evening to the
home of Mr. . and Mrs. W. T
Hogg to attend the wedding of
their son, Ross, to Miss Loraine
Ross Hill graduated from
Turner high school in 1924 and
has been employed at the
Spaulding Mill Co. ever since.
Mrs. Hill also has been employed
In office work In Salem for some
The young couple left early
Thursday morning for southern
Oregon where they will spend a
few days visiting the Oregon
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the Family Tree1
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Caves, Crater-Lake, and will go
on te Klamath Faus, ana per
haps return "by eastern Oregon.
"After a couple oi weeks they
will be at home to their friends
INDEPENDENCE. Aug. 19.
Funeral services were held tor
Edith Bnrright Sorg at the Keeaey
faneral Jiome Tuesday afternoon,
with Rev. M. T. Tapscott of the
Baptist church officiating.
Many friends and relatives gath
ered In respect to the memory of
Mrs. Sorg, who. had lived in In
dependence for a number ot years.
Lovely flowers were in profusion.
Mrs. C. W. Irvine sang two so
los. Mrs. G. C. Skinner was the or
ganist. Pall bearers were Lon
Travis, Leo McKinsey, Frank Ber
ry, Charlie Dawes, Lou Vaugal,
aad Gery Kelley. Interment was
in the L O. 0. F. cemetery.
Mrs. H. Chappel
Laid to Rest
At Falls City
VALSETZ. Asg. SO. Mrs. H,
Chappel was buried at Falls City
Wednesday, August 27. Mrs. Chap
pel was about SS years eld.
She leaves a baby girl, ten days
old and her husband, John Chap
pel. Several cars of Valsets res!
dents were In Falls City for the
The Chappels have lived tn Val
sets several years.
SILVERTON, Aug. 29. The
members of the 1915 and 1916
classes of the Silverton high
school are planning a joint get-
together on September 7. Plans
are to hold the affair in the Cool-
idge and MeClaine park if weath
er permits. If it should prove to
be rainy, other plans will be
a a m i a i a mm- a
OLD IK 111
SILVERTON, JLag. 29. Over
300 are expected to picnic fa the
Silverton park Sanday for the an
nual homecoming picnic
At the meeting held last Aug
ust here. Pearl Blackerby. then of
Salem, was elected president. How
ever, Blackerbys have since moved
to California, and arrangements
are being made by Ben - Melsch
man and Dr. F. M. Brooks ot
Portland. Other directors ot the
organization are Mrs. P. L. Brown
of Silverton. secretary; Mrs. Ven-
eta Fry of Portland and J. D.
Drake of Silverton, executive com
IT ill FIRM
AURORA. Aug. 29. Ed
Bradtl, who owns a well located
farm south on the Pacific high
way, has just completed a three
days' threshing, which he refers
to as fair. Bradlt Is considered
one of the successful farmers of
this section, in the diversified
farmers class. His crop front
three fields of different kinds of
wheat, ran it bushels to the
acre. A stand of oats also ran
52 bushels to the acre. His crop
ot vetch produced 39 bushels to
the acre and gave a yield ot 509
lbs. la all.
Bradtl also raises potatoes
which are looking good, and has
lit head of Shropshire sheep
and says "If the price of the
wool and the mutton was as
good as the sheep, it would be
just all right."
North CaroUaa farms have In
creased at the rate of 6,000 a
year since 1920, new census fig
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By BEN BATSFORp
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