The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, May 24, 1931, Page 3, Image 3

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    The OIinCON STATESMAN. Salem, .Org -on. Scnday Mornlnr. May 24.' 1SS1
PAGE TE-1 -2
"Aunt Malinda" Long-Time
Resident There; Many ;
. Relatives Living
TURNER. May 23 Mrs. Ma
linda E. Chambers, one . of Tur
ner's oldest residents died May 18
at John Day, Oregon; at the home
of her son. Worth Janney. Mrs.
Chambers left her' home fonr
weeks ago for the trip which
proTed to be too hard tor her as
she suffered a stroke of paralysis
soon after reaching her son's
home. Malinda E. Lewis was
born November. 2, 18(1, daughter
of pioneer parents, Mr. and. Mrs.
Reuben Lewis. In. ISC 8 she was
married to William Porter of
Aumsrllle; four children came to
; the home, Minnie. Essie, Frank
and Marlon, two of whom survive,
Mrs. Essie Haggey . of Kanf ord,
CaL, and Frank of Pendleton.
Several years after Mr. porter's
death in 1880, she was married to
P. -H. Janney. - One son. Worth,
was born. After Mr. Janneyl
death and about 1898 she was
married to E- J. Chambers of Sun
nyside, where she made her home
a few years until the death of her
husband. She has since made her
O home with her children and
grandchildren. "
" - She was known as "Aunt Ma
linda" who was loved by all who
knew her. She was always ready
to lend a helping hand to friends
and to anyone In need. The Chris
tian church was filled Wednesday
afternoon with relatives, and
friends, whose " floral - offerings
were many. ...
Rev. M. A. Groves of the Ford
Memorial church of West Salem
-' officiated a the funeral, assisted
by Rev. E. J, Gilstrap,"" pastor of
the Christian church. .
- Burial was made in Twin Oak
cemetery beside her first husband.
Graveside services were in charge
of the Eastern Star of which or
ganization Mrs. Chambers'' had
been a member for many years.
VALSETZ, May 28 The last
meeting of the PJTvA. was held
In the community hall Thursday
night. Old officers will remain
until the first meeting of next
school year. :
A very Interesting play was giv
en by the primary grades. Other
numbers were: Pat March read
ing. Harriott Hudelston. ,
Alberta Blumqulst Solo.
Raymond Dodson reading.
Emma Green piano solo.
Norma Fisher reading.
Junior Smith reading.
Carl Berg accordlan -solo.
Charlotte Jean Massie reading.
Louise Rhodes reading.1
'Marjorie Jean Thomas, reading.
Billle Fraxler tap dance, ao
companled by Jnllus Moan. -
Lester Green reading. ,
The fifth grade gave a : play
called "Health and Exercise."
Two songs were sung by Magnus
, Eulin. -
Jl song by the crowd brought
the program to a close. - -
A free lunch was Served in the
soup kitchen.-'
. School will close here Jane 18.
8th Graders End
Year's W6rk,Wesi
Stay ton School
Friday night the eighth grade
graduation exercises were . given
at. the McClellon balU
.The program given was:" Play
let, '"The Lamp Went Out", by
the eighth grade gtrt. Poem of
greeting by Harold Tegen, saluta-
torian. . Class history , by Myrtle
Ryder. Class prophecy by Hatel
Comstock. Song by Marvin Lacy,
Horoscope by Hazel Shellenberg-
en Accordion solo. Hazel Spies.
Poem, Chewing Gum, by Chester
Downer. Class will, Hope Wilkin
son. : . Poem. Clarence Bowne,
Class poem, Minnie Rider. Gradu
ates' closing address by North-
rap Bates, valedictorian. Address
to. the class by. the minister of
the Christian church of Stayton
Class was cangratulated by an
address . by . Benjamin. Chamber
lln and William Royse. Diplomas
presented by Mr. Royse. r . f
r - Presents were' pfesen ted to the
class and .-congratulations were
offered .by : everyone. "
V i The. hail. and stage. were deco
rated -with .lavender, and. green
crepe pSper,, these, were the .class
colors. ' . " x . -
A large erowd attended and
only standing .room was avail
able. ... "
Weekend Guests
JEFFERSON. May 23. Mr.
and "Mrs. Marcum had as guests
over the week end Rev. and Mrs.
V. w. Anglin and daughter. Dor
othy, Mrs. Margaret Kindles per-
ger, Mrs. Williams, Mr. and Mrs.
Bud Wilson, the Misses Hasel and
Alice Newton and Doris Durand,
all of Marsbf leld. and Mr. and
Mrs. John Hasklns and daughter
Katharine of Philomath. The
group from Marsh field was en
route to Portland to attend the
district assembly of the Kasarene
church which convened there dur
ing the week. Little Dorothy An
glin remained at the Marcum
home until her' parents' return
from the assembly.
TURNER, May 2S.r-Mr. and
Mrs. Rosco Stroud and ;- two
daughters. Dona and Carmen, of
Portland, spent Thursday night
and Friday at the home of Mr
Stroud's aunt, Mrs. C. A. Bear,
Mr. 8troud is a tenor singer and
Is often heard over the radio.
The family called on relatives In
the Rosedale district and re
turned home Friday night. -
Arthur ."Bori Baer, famous
newspaper writer and humorist,
with his bride, the former Louise
Andrews, ex-Follies beauty, after
their seeret marriage in New Jer
ey. Baer's first wife. Mararerr
Cassidy Baer, died two years ago.
affectionately calls'-Bueleta."
Miss Ethel McDowell is recov
ering from injuries received in
an auto accident: while riding
with Frank Sbaat and his sister.
Miss Sbaat of Pratum, with whom
she made her home while teach
ing in the Pratum school. Miss
McDowell is home for the sum
mer vacation, her school having
closed May 15.
J. W. Edgar is suffering irom
severe bruises caused by a heavy
gate falling and striking him in
the .side.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob . Stribe of
Hiawatha. Kans., arrived 1 Monday
at the J. fW. Simmons home. The
Stribes are parents of Mrs. Sim
mons, whom they had not met
for eight years. They expect to
remain until October. An addi
tional guest at the - Simmons'
home is Mrs. Simmons' sister,
Mrs. Ella Adams of Seattle.
Withers Buys Farm -A.
A. i Withers has purchased
the 10-acre fruit farm formerly
owned by Mrs. T. Kuntx. He ex
pects to take out some of the or
chard and plant loganberries.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Gibson of
Salem ai camping on their farm
here and will remain through the
berry season. Berry harvest will
begin 'In earnest the first of the
week. Most growers report pros
pects for a good crop though not
such a bountiful one as last
year. I '
Miss .Dorothy Baker of Chicago
was a recent dinner guest of Mr.
and Mrs. William McDowell. Miss
Baker is visiting other friends in
Salem. J .
Mountain View school will hold
the last Parent-Teachers' meet
ing for the season Thursday eve
ning, ..AI ay 28,: instead of Friday
as previously announced:. The
change of date is due to the tact
that many people are going away
over Memorial day.
STAYTON. May 23 Solemn
requiem high mass was celebrated
at- Sublimity: Saturday, at 9 a.m..
for Mrs: Agatha Rose KIntz. who
died at her home there on, Thurs
day morning; after an Illness of
four, years. Rev. : Father - Jos.
Scherbrlng, .was celebrant of the
mass and .was assisted by Rev.
Father Jos. Scherbrinp, of Silver-
ton as deacon nU Rev. Father Ju
lias Schaefer of Shaw as : sub
deacon, j' Mrs. Klntz is survived by
four sons, Dan, Miles, Roman and
Andy and fonr daughters, Mrs.
Mary Meier, Mrs. Rose Susbauer,
Mrs. Angeline Hassler add Miss
Aurella ! Klntz. all of Sublimity.
Also four brothers, Joe, Andy and
George of Sublimity and John of
Stayton. one sister, Mrs. John Van
Handel also of Stayton, as well as
twelve grandchildren.
Mrs. Klntz was 68 years of age
and was born at Sterans, Minne
sota. , She and her husband, John
Klntz, who passed away in 1923
were among the first settlers at
Sublimity, -
Cemetery Group
To Meet Again at .
Bethel on May 30
. -r-r- . . '
Uemorlal day will be opsenrcd
fey . the Bethel cemetery- associa
tion, at Bethel. Polk coanty, at 10
o'clock. May JO. Bsllowed by a
basket dinner at noon. , ....
This I la a non-profit corpora
tion organized nnder the laws of
Oregon to protect and maintain
Bethel cemetery .where " many
Polk coanty pioneers are burled.
The mTocatlon will be deltrered
by the local clergyman and Hon.
Lawrence A. McNary of Port
land will dellTer the address.
This Is the second general re
union of descendants and friends
of Polk county pioneers burled at
Bethel : and the associathm pro
poses to make this an animal af
fair. Elementary Group,
In Silverton JVill
Finish on Tuesday
mentary schools whose graduates
will attend Silrerton high school
will hold graduation exercises In
the Eugene Field auditorium
Tuesday afternoon. The visiting
graduates, will visit the SUvertoa
schools at work and at 1 o'clock
will hold. commencement. Parents
and other people Interested in
school work are Invited to attend.
Dr. TV. 8. Gordon will speak.
Robert Goets will present the di
plomas. A special program by
the Silrerton school band will be
given, i ...
Missionary Needs Charm
Of . That Land Told, at ;
i Mrs. Farris Home
TURNER,. May 28. The Mis
sionary society of the Christian
ihureh - met Thursday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Anna rar-
rls. Mrs.. Ella Given led i the
program.- t the - subject . being
'Studies In South Africa". After
singing,' Mrs. Givens cava a sum
mary, of the African missionary
field, and its needs.- "The Charm
of Southern Africa" was given by
Mrs. Frances -- White head.
Churches In Africa" was given
by Mrs. Gerardin. "Work Among
Colored People"- was given by
Mrs. Geo. B rower. :
Interesting facts and history of
south Africa .was given- as a
group reading. Experience of a
long: day's work: as given by a
missionary preacher, was given
by Mrs. Walter Harris. Duty of
Being Kind" was rendered by
Mrs. 3. L. Webb. Mrs. Mary Gil
strap gave a talk on the mission
station studied, and mentioned
that Jessie Kellums was the first
evangelist -. on the , work. Mrs.
Margaret Orr of Eugene, led In a
circle of prayers..
Business Session Held I
A short business session i was
held at which time it' was voted
to organise as a district organiza
tion and ; not affiliate with the
local church aid society.: The
following . officers were chosen?
President. Mrs. Mary Gilstrap;
vice president, Mrs.; Anna Farris;
secretary, - Mrs. Frances White
head; treasurer, Mrs. George
Brower. The meeting closed
with It song, after which the
hostess, Mrs. Farris. assisted by
Mrs. Girardin. served refresh
ments. Ladies present were Mrs.
Frances Whitehead, Mrs. William
Butsky, 'Miss Mary Davie, Mrs.
Girardin, Mrs. Walter Harris,
Mrs. Alice Asqnlth, : Mrs. ; Ella
Givens, Mrs. i George : Brower,
Mrs. Margaret Orr, Mrs. Mary
Gilstrap, Mrs. i J. L. Webb, Mrs.
S. E. Given, Mrs. Lois Denhem,
and the hostess, Mrs. Farris. ,
The home economics committee of
Ankeny grange No, 640 held its
regular meeting at the grange hall
at Wlntel Thursday afternoon.
During the business meeting plans
were made to entertain Pomona,
at Ankeny grange hall June 17,
at whleh time Turner Surprise
grange will help entertain. A def
inite plan for charity work to be
done in the neighborhood was de
cided on. '
The H. E. committee will go to
Turner Tuesday, May 26, for an
all-day meeting, to make further
plans tor the entertaining of (Po
mona. They ; will meet at the
country home of MrsrC-Whlte
east of Turner
Services Honor
Henry Schroeder
orial services in memory of Hen
ry Schroeder, Spanish war -veteran,
who died here last year, will
be conducted by the Hal Hibbard
camp of Salem here Sunday afternoon-at
1:30 o'clock. Among
the Spanish war veterans of this
community who plan to be pres
ent to participate in the ceremon
ies are Chris " Quail, Herman
Naegli, Ed' Heald, Charles Alex
ander, B. B. (Smith and Herman
Olsen. - "
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