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The OREGON- STATESMAN, Satoa Oregon Sunday MonringSeptemher jss
, News from Mid - ValleV Estricf Cokimunities f or Statesman "Readers
STAYTON, Sept. 13 John Dos-
ler if in Canada, looking after
business interests, He and
George Smith traded their Azae
la, Oregon, property tor farm
property in Canada.
After being idle all summer,
the Lions dub will again hold
' their weekly meetings. The
first to, be Wednesday. Septem
ber 17, at the Gem Cafe, as us
ual. St "Mary's Catholic school in
Stayton will open September 15.
likewise the St. Boniface school
In Sublimity. v
Vincent, son of Mr. and Mrs
Art Forrette broke his arm
Monday while cranking a trac
The fire siren was sounded
Friday noon calling help to a
rriu fir on the school ground
It was extinguished before any
damage was done.
Miss Dean Kimsey is here from
flan Francisco for a two weeks'
Tlslt with her mother. Mrs. be-
bekah Kimsey and her browser
K D. Klmsev.
Rev. D. Q. Barry and wife left
this week by auto for a visit at
their old home at Fenton. Mien
ReT. Barry has been acting as
J pastor of the Baptist church here
for the past two yars. Before
their departure they were tend
ered a farewell party by members
of that church.
Mrs. W. F. Blakelr who has
been ill for some time is now able
to be about. A daughter from
Seattle. Wash., has been with
Miss Birdeen Yoeman is in Sa
lm this week, the guest of Miss
FAIR FLIERS AT LEGION AIR MEETH
AURORA, Sept. 13 Corine
; Wnrster will spend her winter In
Salem as an assistant in the
school for the deaf. 'Corine as
sumes her new duties Thursday.
Mrs. Madalene L. Callin, valley
'editor of The Oregon Statesman,
and her little daughter, Myra,
called at the Sa,dler home Mon
day. Marshall Ziegler who has been
at the Oregon City hospital for
some weeks, returned heme Sun-
. day after a successful operation
for appendicitis. Louis Hill Is still
at the hospital but improving rap-;
,Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Snyder, Miss
Imma Snyder and Mrs. J. E. Tay
lor attended a dinner dance at :
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MONMOUTH. Sept. II.
Coaches Larry Wolf and J. Al
fred Cox of the Oregon Normal
school are leaving Sunday for
Tachats beaches .Tith a group of
football men. who- will andergo a
week of intenslre training there
prior to the Opening ot school
here September 22. Wolf follow
ed this plan 4f procedure last
year an asecared rery aausiac
tory results in conditioning his
Mr. L. L. Daily and son. Rob
ert, are home from a two weeks'
Yacaiion spent with friends and
relatives at Everett and Snohom
ish. Washington. Mi&a Constance
Jackson, a sister of Mrs. Dally,
who accompanied them will re
main at Everett until time for
school to open when she will re
turn to Monmouth.
Newlr elected officers for Mon-
moath post No. 66 of the Ameri-
cn Leeion. are O. C. Chris tens en.
commander; J. B.- Lorence, rice
commander; James niton, aaju
tant; Barney Howard, finance of
ficer; H. W. Thurston, historian;
Oscar Zook, sergeanf at arms.
Christensen is a faculty memoer
of tffe Oregon Normal school.
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Stump
are horns tor a two weeks vaca
tion spent at Newport.
Left to right, Miss Ruth Webb,
of Philadelphia, winner of ue
women's 15-mile race; Miss
Opal Kiinz, of New York, win
ner of the women's free-for-all
vent, and Kiss Elva PowelL of
Darby, Pa., second in tha 15
mile, are providing; thrills for
spectators at the current Amer
ican Legion aerial review at the
Portland, given in honor of su
preme chancelKr, Leslie Crouch.
Wlnfield Atkinson, the princi
pal of the Estacada school, made
a trip to California to spend his
vacation' with relatives in Sac
ramento. Upon his return, he
stopped for a short visit with his
grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
W. Irvin of this place, before the
opening ot school.
Mrs. Anna Scholl and Mrs.
Winnie Kocker of Hubbard were
Sunday guests ot Miss Clara
Will. Others at the Will home,
were Dr. and Mrs. Stark ot Al
bany who were here to visit their
daughter. Miss Bertha Stark.
JEFFERSON. Sept. It Mr.
and Mrs. William Looney and
family have returned from Port
Orford, -where Mr. Looney has
been engaged in contract work on
the Roosevelt highway tor sev
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ward
Collier, at their home, Tuesday,
September t, an eight pound son.
The baby haa been named Ward,
Junior, and is their first child.
Mrs. Fred Schults arrived from
Portland Wednesday, tor a visit
with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Curl
and family. Mrs. Schults Is Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Oalnes
have returned' to their homo In
Bend, after spending a part of
their vacation with N. H. Looneey
and daughter. Marguerite, and
other relatives, in this vicinity.
Rev. A. W. Oliver motored to
Albany Friday to look after prop
erty interests. Ho is having a
well driven on his property there.
Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Pender
graft were Salem business visitors
West Salem News
Thomas Shannon who died
Wednesday, at a Salem hospital
after a short Illness had been em
ployed for the past year by S. L.
Burke and son proprietors ot the
Riverside auto camp. Mrs. Shan
non is still at the camp ground
and is undecided as to plana for
the future. Mr. Shannon is sur
vived by a brother la Detroit,
Mich., and one in Canada.
Frank Hilko is having a fur
nace installed in his basement and
to also having Interior changes
and redecorating done in his res
Tha ceremony of infant bap
tism was observed Sunday in the
Ford Memorial church. The
young candidates were Robert
Kaster, son of Mr. and Mrs. P.
Foelko and Charles, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Waldo Baker.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Hunt Monday were Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Coff of Oakland, Calif.
They went from hero to Silverton
where they are visiting relatives
of Mr. Coff. Mrs. Coff who was
orphaned early in life spent her
girlhood in the borne of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fisher ar
rived home recently from several
days spent at different Oregon
Mrs. F. P. Nutting of Albany
spent two days recently at the
home of her daughter and son-
in-law, (Mr, and Mrs. Hubbell
The house on Plaza street be
longing to E. F. Underwood of
Salem is being redecorated on the
Inside and prepared for occupan-
A caravan of ten assorted ma
chines, part of the equipment of
Jhe state highway commission.
went througn west saiem yes
terday and crossed the bridge in
to Marion county. They were re
turning from Springfield where
they have been making extensive
Mr. and Mrs. X. N. Filsinger
and family went to Vancouver,
Wn., Sunday where they were
guests at the marriage ot Mrs.
FUainger's niece. Miss Viola
Smith to Lester Hunting.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd S. DeLapp
of lit Gerth avenue are receiv
ing congratulations on the birth
of a son. La Vera Frank. Sept.
11. This Is the second child in
the familr. the newcomer having
an older brother, Lawrence.
WEST SALEM, Sept. 13 Mr.
and Mrs. E. N. Filsinger, their
oMMmui. Ralnn. EarL Kenneth.
and Marguerite, Mrs. Filslnger's
sister, Mrs. J. B. Smith of Van-
Mnnr Wuh Mr. and Mrs.
George Beam and Mr. and Mrs.
Lester Huotinf o Lonr View,
With ... went masts Thursday
evening of Mr. and Mrs. Lawr
ence Filsinger of corvams.
Mrs. Anna Pattison with her
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. Pattison, will start
tomorrow afternoon by motor for
Emmett Idaho. Mr. and Mrs.
Pattison will return home next
week. Their mother will remain
in Emmett througn the winter
with her brother. Emmett is the
old home of the Pattison family.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubbell Young
and daughters, Carol and Juner
with Mr. and Mrs. Emerson
Teague of Portland, spent Satur
day and Sunday at Newport.
Doriene Chapman, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. .George B. Chap
nan, has been quite ill and con
fined to her bed. She Is getting
Mrs. 3. E. Means, who has been
the guest of her cousin. Mrs.
Rose Burleigh, for several weeks
has returned to her home ' In
SILVERTON. Sept, 13. Mr.
Relnhart Roseland, who lives in
south Silverton, is reported as be
ing critically ill at her home. Mrs.
Roselind, who is 85, has been
confined to her bed tpr three
C. L. Bonney, an employe at the
Silver Falls Timber company mill,
has leased the homo of Mrs. Olga
Hoftard on Jersey street and la
having his household furniture
shipped here from Chicago. Mrs.
Bonney will also arrive at Silver
ton in the near future.
One Silverton hopgrower has al
ready disposed of his hops. Ole
shippe-T 65 bales of hops, harvest
ed from 8 acres, to Portland this
last week. He received It cents.
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shield swipes, blades and parts, fan
belts, gas cans, jacks, tire chains.
A complete assortment of automotive parts, tools and accessor
ies for your car. We have 'em. Your garageman can supply you.
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The overwhelming success and popularity of Gilmore'B!i4-Greerl
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trt B. 12th BL
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626 ChemekeU St.
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Miller Tire Service
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H50 Falrrroand Road
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