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Tfca OHEGOIJ STATZ3!.IAN, Salr.ru " Orcrrcn,1 Tecs Jay r.Icrr.b.?, Feireay ko. 1S31
I'ACTs I j t
I ROUE FATAL
I-lsricry Lois Krcbs Dies of
Jniuries Received in
Brush Fire !
' KINGWOOD. Feb. t. Marjory
toil Krebs. Uiree and a half year
bid daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eu
gene Krebs of Cascade drive, died
at a Salem- hospital Sunday; at
U4S P. M. ai a result of burns
ah reealred Sunday afternoon.
The little Ktrl. with other children
of the neighborhood, was playlh
at the S. V. ruller home, where
Fuller was burning off dead grass
and cleaning op his property. Al
thourh repeatedly warned by Ful
ler the children Tentured near the
tire and Marlorie's clothing igalt
ed. She ran for home and before
Fuller could catch her and smoth
er the flames all the data
lag was burned from her body. A
Salem physician who was sum
moned arrirod at. the Krebs home
two minutes after he was called
and too the little girl to a Salem
hospital where everything possihle
was done for her, to no avail.
Little Margie, who was born la
Salem, had spent most of her short
life In th!a neighborhood. She
was a member of the West Salem
Sunday school and was In her class
sm usual Sunday morning. Besides
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Krebs,' she leaves two brothers,
William and Euzene. Jr.. and -a
AIster. Eliiabeth.- ;
The entire neighborhood. 1 as
well as the many friends la 'west
Salens, sorrow with the family In
Its bereavement. . "
Funeral services, conducted jy
Rer. M. A. Groves, will 4to held
Tuesday at 1:30 p. m. at the
G. II. lETEWEIl
"MILL CITY. Feb. 9 An eld
time aad respeeted rftUcn. here,
Creorg H. LeterUer. former post
master and hotel , keeper of Mill
. . . . . , A l i 1 4
tuy, aiea, ai uis com ca-ny
day morning, after an illness ief
tome weeks. Pneumonia with
complications was the- ultimate
cause of his deatn. . i
Mr. Letellier was born' fat
Eloux City, Iowa, In II 0 and
cam to Mill City some 3t years
ago. Ha was a member of the
Odd Fellows and the Woodmen of
the World. I
He leares his widow and one
on, George Letellier, jr., of Los
Angeles, who made a hurried trip
here but arrived some few hours
after the father's death. f .
Funeral services ; wilT be bild
Sandsy afternoon at 2 " o'clock.
Rer. Bates and Rer. Thomas of
ficiating at tho Presbyterian
church. Interment will be made
la Falnriew cemetery. I
SILVERTON, Feb. P. The
ftilverton school enrollment has
Increased by 152 pupils this mid-
I year semester over the- autumn
- enrollment. The toUl enrollment
Is now 1190 against 1033 last
autumn. ! -
The biggest increase is in the
Eugene Field building where a
class of 71 youngsters entered
this month. The senior high
school was next in order with an
Increase of 51. The junior bign
school has 20 mora than it did
Tho total figures are now Eu
gfsne Field building, 542; Junior
high school, 325, and senior high
c hoof-320. 1
Tneedar. Tea. IS, 1SJ1 '
SOW 420 Xv rertUa
T :0O -Devotional aerricca. . -T:80
KBO. . V
8 :06 Portland Breakfast claV.
9 :S0 Cookiar eaeeL
10 .-O -Olo Ilarwonr Ulk. KBO. '
10:80 Wirmana Kfxia at Air, B0.
11 Julia liayes. .
1 1 :45 Vlolia seeitaU
l-:00 NEO oreheasra. .
11 : 15 Westers Faraa aad Xloeaa, KBO.
1 :0 Tewa ctw. .
2:00 Matineer time, KBO.
8:40 Orraa prorrant.
8 .-45 Black aad tiald Beeav KBC.
4 :00 Vetera erTie. KBO. j ,
:SO Or-aa and piano.
6 Pan! Wkiteaaaa. KBO.
5:30 Botay Boa.
6:45 Hawa aerriee, h'BC
S :ftO Aia Andy. - ,
O Memory Leae. HBO. - i -10:SO
DramaU Ooild. 'I '
. 11 :V0 Hon Kneia' Orafoa Trail Blaier.
i:)0 1 lailae'a ercaettra.
XIX 1184K7-PacUad .
:OS JTea. C'eek.
7:44 White Wiaerd.
t :4S Mernin aeaeiiad. aewe.
T:4J r'amily Altar Hear. .
:30 Or ran Concert, KB3.
rSO Devetieaal Sera tee. KB 8.
S:lt Koai. -
10:0 Keeert Veasea. teller. KB 3.
10:80 The Radio Boy friend. BBS.
1 1 :00 Meadow Larks orchestra, KBf.
11:15 Ponf Bar.
11:44 Ihm PrrHetaor. VBg.
13:00 Weather bnlleUa, aew. i . !,
K.MUil TV. w X 1 1 Ull '
1:00 Merry Motoriat.
1:15 Untal Iriietara, jrB3.:
1:45 Betty Andersen, KBd
2:0 Xarit Oraa. BB3.
8:0O Tane Ckaaera.
S:84 PatUin' Sea. KB 8.
S.-4S Tea Tiaae Talea. KBS.
4 :04 Newacaatiag.
4:15 Ht-Steppera, KB 8. : i A':
. ' 4:4 Deaa ColUa. ; -
:1$ aarmary at Leralatara. j
S:0 Ptadie prorraau : 4
9:00 CaUeUe Tnrt Soeiety Leetara.
9 :1 Veaetiaa neUla, 81.
10:00 aashiae Prograsa, BBS.
14:80 Orraa. KES. -,11:00
..litis Vie Keyara oreteatra, STBBL
11:44 Midalt-as BevellTS.
rOi.0 530 Z. OorvUU
13:00 rami Profraa.
2 :00 Aeaatad tie Caeraas.
2 :1ft Hnmeoiaker lUor. .f
: I"re Prevraav.
Jj0 Po-l-ry i.-islary Ceari .
GRAINS xAIN: ALONG Wm STOCKS
BUTTER STORAGE DECREASE NOTED
Prices Whisk Upward
And Remain Aloft;
Freeze Feared .
CHICAGO. Feb. A p. (AP)!
Acting sa twin of tho slock
market, grain whisked upward
today and unhesitatingly stayed!
aloft. Houses with eastern con-;
nectlons led the buying of wheat,
and that cereal as well, as pats
reached prices .which overtopped
any since January 15.
-Chance that cold ware from
the northwest would penetrate
tho winter wheat belt andt cause !
crop. -damage, was a bullish fac
Wheat closed firm at lalmost
tho day's high point, unchanged
to ZH cents up, with corn! 14-2
advanced and oats at -l 14 c
gain; .. U
yORTUAND. Or... TV. .
Ytminem -kt. net prieas: butter, es.
traa z; - atn4is sa; snai firata XT:
first SC. its, freak axtraa 18: freak
tedtvats as. i ,
Nuts, Hay and Hopsl
POUTLAHD, Ore i T.K
Kata waloau. CaUiomU new Ko. I, 22
6?18e; Orecon. bow S3&?Sc: alaaoada,
2J-;-peanut v 0Hfeil3Vie; pecan. 27e;
Hay wbilfwle nyinr price. 'do'rre
ed forUand. Kaatera Oregon timothy,
S23.S?23; At valley, 119.50; ai
faUa, SLS.50 17.50"; elerer. 919; eat
fcey. SI; atrav, ITfeS tea; celUna; pricaa
SI -te $3 mere. . , r
Hops 193 Crop, 1$ 8 ls.
Wkeat fat area:
Open HiA Lew j Cloas
Kay ..,:. i ea : s , - s m es
Ja. 84 6S S3 -h 1 S '
--L'aaai market: waeat: tijr Bead btae
kteia .43-; aet white, western witite .66;
hard winter, aershera. ' aprinc; - w eat era
red .43. ' ! -
0ta: Xe. 1 88 1. wkite 23.00.
Cera; Ke. 1 E. Y. ehlpraent 28.50.
ilillren; atandard 17.00. f ;
Steers soo-voo iba gaod fS.z08.50;
aedaaaa 7.tS(irB.2S; c on S.ii7.23.
Steer 1T&-180 lea. -ed SS.0O(8.35:
aaediaB 1.eeS.04. Heifers 450-850
lb.. ood T.50faS.25: aaediani 6.500
TSAf 'MBMofl fi 2A- Hi 158, CMmm. rmriA
"8.5O(T.0; aieanii as aaediaaai a.OOftfl
b.UQ: itw vtter aaa catter I.SJWS.W).
BolU, rearlinrr esciaded) 5.00 & 5.75;
catter, - ceaaaaea aad atedinm S.50 . &
S.OO. fmT. aulk fed. 10.08(311.50:
aaedinaa S.50 14.00; call aad eoaaaoa
S.itt&rS.Sd. . CelTo t5-50O lbs.. 8.58 i
4 loo; ceaaaoa sad aaediuat S.OO
S.44. i -.- i . -
JUers S409 inclasire 1T85 direct; fnllj
ISeA r. oily hers aad roastinr aigs
eaetaded). Liht iih4e 140-160 IbA.
St.74S.T5j licM sveiicht 160-180 lb,
8.6( (3 8.75: Heat nreirtt 189-200 lbs.
S.S0aS.T5; aaediaaa aretglit S00-S20 lba.. i
T.T3veS75; aaediaaa weira B3(J-z
lb.. iO; beey weight 150 290
lb- 7 .25 (S. 25; eary veirkt S90-350
lb, s.T5(ct.av. vmrmmg aeva iis-wjb
lb. 4.00TO. Feeder and Mtoeker
pir T4-184 lba, S.750 14.S0. !
ttaeea th; qaswMf aieaay.
Lasafc lb, dear. 87.0 tr 7.50;
diuae .efe 7.00 ; all waigata, aoaaaMa
t.M(e4.ft. Tearlisr vetater : SO-110
lba- 4.00Q5.60. Ewea 00-120 Tb.. S.50
f?3; ewes 120-150 lbs, 1.258.J;
all rti(hta. call and eoaiBaoa 10 4f 2.25.
TOATLAKD Or, Tmh. 9
MHk -aitady -raw aulk per; eenlj,
ilJiQ -ner tvt. aVlrrered Part land leas 1
per cent ; rad G milk S1.50, batterfat
deHeered ia Portland. 26.
fmmUTT steady (bayiar price)
Ut, keary kaaa erer 4H 18e;
aaediaaa hens. SH-1 1-. 14e( lisat
liea, 12e; aprlaga. 20e: Pekla dacka, 4
lba,. and orer. 4e; colored dacka, 15c;
tarkcya. K. 1. 32e. . f . . 1
PeUtoea tea8y Ke. 1 graded,
fl.TSftVCO; Ke. 2, S1.1501.SO; rior
iAm. neX7S2a5(S.50 NT 50 lb. BMk.
Ireaaed poaltry aeOing prfeeai to re
tailers, turkeys, poor to rood. 2S33e;
dak- 35e: ceeae. 10t??Oe: capons. SO
(r33e la. - j , . j
-PETLAKI. Ore- Te1. 9 f AP)-
CVnttB Md reeetahlea. : Fresk trait or
aDge. cave!,- packed. S3 (S 8.50 ; f jambl
Stock. lit!Z.:: grapeireu, cioriua.
S2.1504: fL. SS3.656v3.7j: limea, 6-
Aax. carlen. 83.50: banana. 6c lb. Leaf
ana California. S5.90((4. '
Cak tecal. 1 ill hie lb. PoUtoea j
OrHM TVwu-kutea. 81.60(31.70: local.
31 6r 1.25; KUmatk yeau, SU60; YaVima,
Sl(rl.50 rental. New potatoesTexas
2e5lTSrt Jeft TKTi
mAm ' 6r RO- I
Motkaaae rtaeafV Vaaniagtoa
Hothaaa art waaningro; e-
laacy, 1.15(arl5: -faaey, 3131-10;
sice. -45tt?e per box 15 lba.; Or
a K. 1. 41.43; Ka. 2. 31.25 box 20
lba. axttca vwo-si.xa ooien. epin
aeat 4eV 1 1.20 1.2 5 orang box.
n,tUMuUn SIS bbL 1
(Celery California. 1.25-1.50 per do.
Rearta. Sl.lii doa. aaaeke. Pepper
t awea. 16e; Kwee patatoe Cll-
ferala. 4A,4H !.; eastern, ' 32.25
. Caalinoa-er Oregon, fl-is U
l.iS; Cattforai. ILU erat. L-riie -
SvelOe. Ttoea aoaaoaee,
4t 5 erate : Vaauran. BUZZ lug Tepxeo.
itrce lmperiat Tay, ' . a tor f
Demand is Noted
Plants in South
IUve yon any logatfporry
plants e seUT TBls is tBe qoes-
tion being as-M y w. . ota-
v Cfalev Tiaa raMiTftir m
telesram lrorarBl. Korua ot
r. r..iHAMi. o . n
lnformaUon as to -Where! such
plants -can bm secured end so far
Mr. Staler bas been nnaoie to
There is a large acreage of
loganberries arennd Sasbastapol
and evidently new stock is re
quired, air. Staley is anxious to
get in touch, with any one who
Has inants tor sale.
Sunday School 4.
MAXJIJSAT.- Feb. Ai Sub-
4ar scbeel class was- organised I
last week wit a a, larce attenfl-
aace. - -A : . :
Temporary officers were elect-1
e4 aa fotlowst Urs. Tbomss, sn-
perirrteoAeat; Maxyne - Dalryia-
pta. awcretaiy; Luella Shaw,
The cfeefr met at Mrs. ' Fred
JicOeeV keias-te praeUaav Tavs
air BTBninjc ' - : - i
Grade B raw 4 vaSSu
delivered , in Salem, f XOO
"cwt,."-' . - : i 't
: Butierfat at farm 25e.
. Salem 26c.:,- I "A'A
s rsurr astd teostaitzs i
Price pid to rorn hy fitUa bayws.
. rbniry T, 1881
Apple.' turner 9
MxUsias , T5 X.35
Oaioa ... l
v. a. k. i ;,..: ,. , " . 40
. rxzss . , : i
- BUil Pxless
Calf bmUI .
Brrtch. - ton
Corn. wboU. Im
85.00 t 88.00
Crcfcd Bad ntul torn 86.0O-8S.0O
Mill toa 18.00-10.00
Bras. Cos - , iiAfl-Mftfl
Erg masa. awC 1.$-a. '
.09 u .ia
-0 to .13
Heat lea, heita
GBAHf AJTb HAT
-- Baying rrieea
Wheet, areatarm rod .,.
Barter, toa . : S3.00 to 88.00
Oati, rrey. . - i- ... . . 93
Hart 4a?lBK on
Oat sad Tatck, tea
Alfalfa, valley. Sad catting 13.0ft-lT.0O
eastern urefea . a.v -
Coauaea ........ ..,.,14.00 ir-
Ton : rrada
Kortk PadfU Ka8 Orewers Ana. Prices
Praaqaettek ; j 5
Fancy i 4 -
S Standard 1B .
T lrc -
: (De'jTend in 5-ponnd bast)
1 Ltpht ameee ialrea .
1 Hal raa and pie-ea , ,
i . , ..... nun ; -,
80-s ' -
H6U CX Xrt
Tie TrUjefi ,
"POLLY AND HER PALS" . : "A j Careful- By CL1PF STERlTI
I m88E D4 DENSER (AVHAINTVt7U fw TX?rTOKj ( HEH, HEH,HEHf 1 H Itt TS.mIS I
BUTI CANTT SEE rNlEVER HEARD rOTHAT Ur4DERST?; (vtXJ'RE OKKiD )
THAT GErTTRUDES HER RAVE HUMOROUS? C tHATB ONLV t ADORE J- SJ- "TaSo.
SrWSRKESsjjABO I IT jJMXS X , 1 DEEP 5 ' . HSIT JSSSB
HAEM ANT VER r T IDIOTIC j- A ACTOj DAMESJ , TT ffT -i
LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY
hz&L-ifi9 ' y 'nr41BOOialf : ""-V L Xf ,-v TaItW A4.UX CA4 00- I f 1 XOrWVA6H XMAOBO-ab. V
kVT&l E VDU JUST WATCH I f SVS.. IT oOO UUervClCM 51 I U rr-AJ IOSMOWVtXJ 1
- ""Sr u-5 -iv, ; !- A n vTirf yrr-
--S r- 4P lai,Jiiaai eaqareaaraenaia, lae, Oaaa aeaaaa Wa imw I. , 1 ' V. . V-f 4 vVT ?!! " 7
i I fJCJ I ii AINU LADfLK
1 VOU PONrT MCAM
lO-iT fcUU. rVIB TrVM
Receipts Increase but
Tone Stays Firm
PORTLAND Feb. .(AP)
Wholesale butter and egg- Quota
tions opened unchanged today.'
gutter , receipts were , slightly
increased. Demand was fair
with r attention centered on top
grades. General tone was firm. J
Butter storage holdings re
ported - the last two Saturdays
were 95,252 and 91,283 pounds
respecUTely, a - 4.S decrease. ' Re
ceipts -last weak were 72,878
pounds, and 18.1 percent . increase..,-'
Egjg market continued weak
with receipts somewhat in excess
of demand and sales to retailers
at irregular prices. Receipts for
last week and tho week prerious
touted 8,2 60 and 8.156 cases re
specUTely. Local storage hold
ings had been red need Saturday
to 287 cases from 41 cases the
week pTerlous. -
Wholesale fresh fruits and
vegetables, country dressed
meats . and poultry opened at
steady prices and actlTo demand
was reported in major lines fol
lowing a good clean up' Satur
day.: ' , . - ,
, INTFpSX GROWINa
PRATUM.. Feb. t. Fred do
Yriea reports a 48 per cent In
creaso in. Sunday school attend
ance last Sunday at Macleay
orer tho Sunday beforsrwhen the
Sunday school was' organized.
The attendance last Sunday was
20 with more who hare prom
ised to -.come.
.03K to .0
Hoc. 140-300 lbs,
Hoc. 300 M ap
rr& a ACT.TOorre.
rM TO HAVE. HIM AT
ru,.i.h i V y-r- i' AH,' W U 1 rYHOO-OAV V 1 WHO Pvt-LED VM fXT?N
wiwruwt iwro twt kA 1 M JrTJ j& 71 -rie is scRumsw-taa. ,
fiwtm) " j : Ujjj
i.seiw -xz-zjp a r-zr n 1 k 1 1 i
.THE FLtCVE nuM1
NORNVN AT NJNa
O-CLOCK. HE-TO .
6ET RS APAf!
VSIOU HILL,. Fb. t. AU of
ficers and fifty seres membara
waro. present at " th Fehrtrary
grango meeting. ' . v'j.; ' L ' v
Four new members i wero Ini
tiated into tha first and second
degrees: of grange wnrk afcd
seTen names proposed for mem
bership.' . -. 1
Durlnr tho . lectursi hour ia
rot , was taken on
books and 'transportation of high
school pupils. Both ! lost. A
Tote was taken on the purchase
of tho piano wo : baro f on trial
and carried. Committees 'were
appointed tv organise a baseball
nine and tor horseshoo pitching.
Our boys", hare also -recently or
ganized a basketball team.
After a short program a de
licious oyster supper was serred
by the mn this being our. an
nual bachelor dinner, j i ,
- Wo . feel thaC wo lows Mrs.
Chaa. Morley v " roto - of - thanks
for - finishing the two ; quilts
quilted on at the January .meet
ing of our Homo Economics rlnb.
Ono was about halt and tho oth-
or three fourths done. ; - .
Jefferson, Feb.- ti Rr.
A W. iQUTor; Kr. and Mrs. A.
Wilson and daughter, Edith, Mrs.
Nettie' Beeres. George IKiha and
George Wilson of Jefferson at
tended tho oratorical contest , at
8odarille Friday night, which
was -sponsored by thai woman a
missionary society , thereV '
There were four of tho Junior
class who entered tho contest
namely,- Floyd DudlaJl. Jesse
ParrishJ Doris Olsen and Maxlne
J Calahan. Tho threo .lndges, one
zrom .sweet, iiume, u itiuut "
f arson and the other from Leb
anon, garo a two to one decision.
1 awarding tho sUrer hiadai to
Maxlne Calahan. Her reaoins;
was entiUed, 'Ruth'a Surprise
'The Place Called
"A Teel for a
i DON'T sNOWi
IPSA OF BAETf
TOOTHS '. I pDrT
3TArTnr4r Hl5 CAPtE
ON A FWPAT. CAPEPJ
IN ff5 THE H
f3AP UUCVC: ;;
LEAVE IT TD
FAIBY STORY IS JtEAL
Carl Will be Rewarded (or His Years of Effort
Uins Hcnsr for
; Radio Playlet
8TATT03T; Febi -Afrav
G. F. Koriaek has beem rs
ceiring congratulations from
radio listeners, both intowsi
and oat on her playlet which
was brotdcat by tho Nation
al Broadcasting company oa
: Tuesday night. i : -
1 The story which was awed
for, the Memory Lane hoar
depleted some of the trials
and tribulations of a country
newspaper office, i ;
. The musical . numbers which
interspersed the readings were a
solo by Edith Wilson, Jefferson; 4
duet by Anna Scholl and Valeta
Storey, Sweet Home; ; duet. JJrs.
Gilson and Miss ' Skinner,. Leban
on, and trio by tho Waters
family of Fairrlew.
i WACONDA, FeW 9 Work was
begun Monday morning in the lo
ganberry field of 50 acres owned
by William McGIlchrist on the
j It Is reported that from all, ap
pearances now the yield will be
tho host1 they hare had for many
years. . This . yard r will not be
plowed, hut disking and thor
ough stirring up of the son will
bo begun soon. Training started
early Monday morning..
'. Fall training was used on the
A. W. Nusom yard aad Mr. Nu
som Is much pleased with its
splendid condition. Grubbing and
clearing of land was done recent
ly and another aero of lagans "has
been set out in this new ground.
Home Sweet Home'
"TU ltf A rtrLlta. CM
KNOCWIIslt AT fOUR.
JueyTTHlMVelt T0vrU -
pUP NAME. IN tUECTTClC UtfrKT&
-W feT-l havi mas, LUwvpirw
i. AMT TaCtTRp ANP A COUNTSJY
V ETATEt TtJtrMAVclSTME.
i-. HIV. IV 1
r v h v- tv-rrVk. pb
By CLARA PEARCE SMITIX '
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Feb. 9.
Since early childhood -Carl has
been hopelessly crippled, unable
to stand upright. During his ear
lier years he was unable at times
te attend school at all. One win
ter tho young lady who taught ths
Mountain View school gare np her
Saturday forenoons to girlng him
lessons- at home. As he grew a
little older he went on foot In his
pitifully crippled ' condition more
than a mile to school, laborinr nn-
j der handicaps which would hare
discouraged most youths to the
point of abandoning all efforts to
ward an education,
Carl is now a sophomore In Sa
lem senior high school, only a lit
tle behind other oys and girls of
his age, and goes to and from
school on the school bus.
-And now comes the fairy story
which seems too wonderful to be
true. A " nationally ; known voca
tional school with headquarters fn
a Pennsylvania ciy haa establish
ed' a branch in Salem. They re
cently had an advertising display
in the show window of a Salem
department store in exchange for
which they offered a scholarship
to any. deserving young person
whom the -store managers might
recommend. t ':
. So Carl is to get, free of all cost,
a. course In. mechanical engineer
ing and by special arrangement he
Is to be allowed to hare his les
sons along t -ith his other subjects
at Salem high. . -
HUBBARD, Feb. 9 Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. Miller, sons, Ralph. Al
bert and Lawrence, and Mr. Mill
er's brother, Ben Miller, returned
to Klamath Falls Monday after a
three days visit at the homes of
relatives and friends la Hubbard.
L. A. i sillier, former manager of
the local lumber yard, is associat
ed with the Carson,. Fowler Lum
ber company at Klamath Falls.
He with his family and Ben MlUer
moved to their new location last
V STWZS WDW THAT"
MONbT AK? TUe
. t . . ..
EILVERTOK, Feb. 9. Mrs.
John Hoblltt who was injured la
an automobile aecldent on the
Pacific highway, Friday morels
is gaining although her face is
still badly swollen. '
Mrs. C. J. Zlegler, the driver
of the ear which crashed into
the Hoblltt car, was' taken to the
Immanuel hospital at Portland.
Mrs. Zlegler, it was understood
here, was not seriously in J are!
but i Is suffering from cuts and
bruises. She will be remembered
by a number of Silvertoa people
as she has been - a guest at the
Theodore Opsund home while
the Opsunds lived at Silverton.
Both of the cars tn tho acci
dent were badly wrecked. The
Insurance adjuster remarked
that! he wouldn't give $10 for
the Pontlac 1 which Mrs.- Zlegler
was ! driving. The Hoblltt car
was ' also "wrecked beyond re
pair". , Mrs. Hoblltt. It Is thought,
will be all right In two or three
SPRING VALLEY. Feb. 9.
The Yamhill Electric company of
Newberg is extending lines from
the school house south to the L.
F. Mathews home and Jiope to
have the work done this month.
The Roy Bremmer. A. E.
Chenoweth. S. D. Crawford, S. S.
Wilson, Hugh CraU and L. P.
Matthews homes will be served,
by this new extension. J. J.
and V. A.. Stratton are also to
receive service from this com
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" Efforts are being made -now to
establish the mall route through
the Oak Knoll tract road. If
this Is accomplished eight hous
es will be served, i -
PRATUM, Feb. 9. Members
of both churches' here will at
tend the meetings conducted by
Dr. James A. Sutherland of the
Moody Bible instltnte extension
department at Salem this week.
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