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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salenu Oregon, Wednesday Morning, Jcne 24 1931
; REurnorj : IS - HELD
"Annual Meeting of two Fam
ilies Held at Fred Scharf
Home ; - :
GLENNA WITH HER "PARTNER'
MIDDLE GROVE, June . 23
The annual, reunion of the Bar-
imtt and Scharf . families was
lit the home of Mr. and Mrs.
rred Scharf. which is the annual
Meeting place Sunday. -.,'
The picnic lunch was served at
MAti hut the rain ntarrea - me
coanolete enjoyment of It. - "V"
Members of the two clans pres-
eat were: Mr. and Mrs. J. Bar
tmff and children Merle and
rtri.'Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Poole
and son Gerald, Miss Magdalene
Bartruf f of Kelier. Mrs. Lena
Bart raff and' children ' Virginia,
Cecil. Roberta, Darid, George
bi Robert. Mr. and Mrs. Omer
Bartruff and son Ronald, Mr. and
Mrs. C J. Bartruff. Mr. ana Mrs
Fred Scharf and daughter Gene-
ieve, Mr. and Mrs. Win scnan
and children Katherlne and Har
ry. Mr. and Mrs. frame benan.
Mr and Mrs. Frank Crane and
children Laura, Lucille and Ow
all of this community, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Scharf and children Rob-
rt.- Dorothy and Kennetn 01 uer
als. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Scharf of
Salem. Mrs. Herbert McDonough
And son Delbert. Mrs. Lydla Bew-
ley and granddaughter Barbara
Wilson f Salem. Mr. and Mrs.
oha Van Loonen and children.
Norma ana ume 01 tujeow
"Visitors included Mr. and Mrs.
Rot. Hall and son Irrin, Chris
Snner. Mr. McCIellan. Carrie and
Hiss Helen McCIellan of Port
land. Roy Herrich of this com-
. in unity.
HUBBARD, June 23 Mrs.
Nellie Cornell. Instructor of com
merce In the Hubbard high
chool, and her "daughter, Bar
bara, are in Alaska. Mrs. Cor
nell writes from Ketchikan. "We
are haying a very pleasant trip
and wonderfully gooU eats."
They expect to go as far as
8kagway before returning home. .
The Raven Flood . totem at
Ketchikan was one of the Interest
ing things noted by Mrs. Cornell.
Heaven is represented by a raven
at the top of the totem pole and the
legend Is that the raven at flood
time flew up to heaven with chil
dren in Ms arms to save them.
When the flood subsided, he de
scended (represented by two fig
ares from the top) and lighted on
a piece of kelp, represented on the
totem by a frog.
Baby Girl is
Called by Death
MONMOUTH, June 23 Fun
eral services will be held Tuesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Mon
mouth Christian church for Pa
tricia Ann Coulter, one year old,
asd only daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. H. EL Coulter, who died
Jane 19. She was born May 9,
1930 at Scott's Bluff. Nebraska,
and has lived in Monmouth about
Rev. Frank E. Gray of the Bap
tist church at Junction City, will
officiate, and burial under direc
tion of Keeney Funeral Home at
Independence will be In the
Knights of Pythias cemetery at
GUESTS AT HUBBARD
HUBBARD.- June 23 Miss
Jacqueline Dick, a member of the
June. '29 graduation class of the
Hubbard high school, was a guest
at the Mrs. Anna Scholl home oy
er the weekend. :
She accompanied Miss Irene
Scholl home, both girls returning
to Portland Sunday evening, Miss
School to resume her training for
a beauty shop specialist and Miss
Dick to her position In Kress'
Tarlety store where she has work
ed many months.
The Dick family, Mr. and Mra.
"Will Dick, Jacqueline, Wllma, Vel
sna and Ellah, formerly resided
here and Mrs. Dick taught pri
mary wore in Dot n tne Hubbard
and the Whiskey Hill schools.
Callett. winner of the United States women's national gjolt
SSfflva PtlmS: iTXwn here as she was photographed at Greenwich:
CnZ wi Swin H. Vare, z'HSSji.
prmVvlvania. whom she Is to wed soon. Left to right: Med tollett,
Glenna'smother; Edwin II. Vare, Jr.. and Miss Collett.; , 4
TO -HE DELEGATES
WOODBURN. June 23 The
June meeting of the Woodburn
American Legion post and tho
woman's auxiliary chapter will be
held in the armory Wednesday
night. As this is probably the last
meeting to be held until Septem
ber, much important business is
scheduled to come . beiore tne
Dr. J. M. Hanrahan will preside
at the post meeting, in the ab
sence of Oliver Olsen, who is at
the National Guard? camp at Clat
sop baach. The matter of deciding
whether the post - and 'auxiliary
post will hold meetings during
the busy summer season will be
settled Wednesday night.
A delegate to send to the an
nual state legion convention,, to
bo held In Corrallis August , 7,
ad . -ttI1 ta chosen and in
structed. The matter of Junior
A:a-.rican itioa ! baseball will
also be- brought up. There Is also
possibility that - the post will
decide on plans for an Armistice
day carnival next winter. ,
All members of i the women's
auxiliary are being urged to' at
tend Wednesday's ! meeting by
Mrs. Vena Dodge, president of the
unit. A delegate to the Corvallis
convention will be chosen. It has
been definitely decided that the
woman's auxiliary chapters will
not hold meetings again till Sep
A program which promises to
be very interesting has been ar
ranged by a committee of women.
SILVERTON, June 23 Miss
.Elaine Clower left Monday morn
ing for Portland from where she
will go to the Rock Creek encamp
ment of Girl Reserves. Miss Clow
er has charge of the dramatic
work of the senior Reserves. She
will be occupied with the work, un
til August 11. However, she will
be out of Xhe camp at Intervals of
two weeks at which the group
brings in new groups of girls. Miss
Clower spent the weekend enjoy
ing the maneuvers at Camp Clat
op. She returned to Silverton
Sunday evening at 8 o'clock.
i BURNED t
Eva La GaUienne (above), founder
nd star of the Civic Repertory
Theatre In New York, waj burned
seriously about the face, chest and
body while attempting to light a
gasoline water heater at her farm
house near Weston, Conn, A
friend and a maid also were se
rerely burned.. All are expected
.'t to recover..
Hay Crop Heavy
MONMOUTH, June 23 Farm
ers of this section! are reporting
an unusually heavy hay crop of all
varieties. Thomas II. Gentle says
he gave away a cloeer clipping
crop as he will harvest fully 70
tons of alfalfa in two . cuttings.
Hay Is selling in the field for 14
to $5 per ton. Recent rain has
spoiled some that was down, but
it is estimated that new clover and
alfalfa crops will be so much
heavier due to the rain, than was
anticipated, that j the present
losses will be more than offset by
the new growth. r 1 :
i Gardens are much benefited by
the rain, also spring grain, i It is
conjectural whether or not the
rain will benefit fall grain.
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back from south
STAY TON, June 23. Mr. and
Mrs. Dave M. John and small son
Larry are home from an enjoyable
three weeks' trip to California.
iThey made the trip by automo-"
cue, going down via the Redwood
highway. ,At Roseburg they were
guests at tbe home of Mrs. Clif
ford Thornton, sister of Mrs. John.
Going on to Oakland, they visited
r. jonn-s sister; Mrs. H. G.
Smith. . From there the
Los Angeles, where they spent
some time with Mrs. John's fath
er, brother and sister. The return
trip was made through the Sacra
mento valley. They report that
rery few Oregon cars were seen
In California, in comparison with
the hundreds of California -cars
to be seen here. The weather was
Ideal for the most part and they
covered about 250 miles each day.
- - CALL . AT TURNER.
TURNER, Jnne 23. Mr. and
Mrs. John Gale and two small
children, Billy and Lucille,- of
near : uregon city i called on old
Turner friends Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Gale is Interested, with his
mother, Mrs. Florence Gale Neal,
and his two brothers. Richard and
Robert, In the Tiddly Wink Jer
sey herd and dairy. They put up
their milk especially for the first
ciase iraae, at times not being able
w supply tne demand. They de
liver their own product. This fam-
-.fv Vv .OI jerey iu located,
with their owners. ? for several
years on farm near Turner.
STAYTON, June 23 Ben Scha
efer. and daughter Cleo are ex
pected home Thursday from Yak
ima, Wash., where they went to
take Trene Bchaefar- hla nlece
back to her home there and to
Tislt relatives. - TrW.
staying at. the B. A. Schaefer
home and , attending the Stayton
schooL i. j , Sf i
? AT POSTOFFICB
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A. Wmiams of Springfield has
charge of the post office while
her Sister. Mra ' Vny.m : ei....
f.11- ENa Reynolds art at
tending the postal convention at
Eugene. . .i.- : . X
AT ML E. CONFERENCE
TURNER, June 23. :Rev. W.
S. Burgoyne is spending the week
at Eugene attending the Metho
dst conference where he is a mem
ber of the statistic committee.
Mrs. Burgoyne will not attend the.
conference this year. D. B. Parks,
the Turner lay delegate, will at
tend the laymen's meeting on Fri
TALBOT. June v 2 3- The pri
mary and sunshine Sunday-school
classes enjoyed a picnic Saturday
in the grove on the Durbin and
Conoyer ranch.' Games were en-
Joyed by the young if oiks until
late in the afternoon . when .re
freshments were served.- -
" Present were Jean Austin, Shir
ley i Jorgensen, . Marjorle , Cole,
Gayaell 'JoIe, Ida . Belknap. Lela
J ones. Shirley Gilmour. Dorothy
Jojaes, Anita - Gilmourr Meredith
Johnson, Irene Vogt, Lois Gil
mour, Loren-: Tumidge, Louise
Gilmour, Ruth Vogt, .'Helen
Brown; Neva Emmons, jesmond
Taylor, Billie Austin,, Virgil Cal
avan, Warren Jones, Donald Gil
mour, Ronald Allen, Robert Cole,
Frank Gilmour, - - Dale Turnidge.
Donald Turnidge, . Frank Brown,
Otto Brown, Mrs. Albert Cole.
Mrs. A. Johnson; Mrs. Bob 'Aus
tin, Mrs. O. Belknap, Mrs. J. Cal
avan. Mrs. F. Jorgensen, Mrs. D.
Jacobson, Mrs. A. . Davidson and
Mrs. Claud Johnson.
WOODBURN, June 23 Wheth
er or not W. C. -MUler' Wood-
burn's constable, will be tried in
the Justice court for a charge of
drunkenness and disorderly con
duct will be-, decided Thursday
morning, when Miller makes his
plea. If he pleads "not sTuHty" a
trial will be arranged. j
Miller ' was arrested on the
streets of . Woodburn Saturday
night by Louis Ruxlcka, the new
ly-appointed city marshal. Miller,
aespite-an ms objections, was
hours. -VeTy rearly Sunday mom
lng. city, recorder George Beach
was; routed out of bed In order
that Miller be freed. The prison
er was freed, and no bail was set.
Monday morning; Miller appear
ed and asked for few. more days
before making his . plea. , Conse
quently, his time was extended to
Thursday. ; -; .
ST. PIIIL'S PUS
SILVERTON June 23 Plans
are going forward for the annual
spring festival which will be held
this year at St. Paul's church on
Sunday, June 28. The affair Is In
charge of the Altar , society - of
which "Mrs; Joseph r Schnieder Is
president. At noon a chicken
dinner will be served with Mrs:
L. B.'Scharback in charge of the
dinner, Mrs. Russell Lucky, 4l the
dining room; Mrs. Felix Goyette
of the ice cream and candy booth.
Following the dinner cards will
be enjoyed by the- older people
while sports and horseshoes will
be the entertainment . on ' the
grounds for those ".who " enjoy
them. Mrs. Thomas Relling will be
In charge of the card tables while
Herbert Mlchaelbrook will super
intend the sports. ; Al DeRyke will
engineer ' the horse shoe tourna
ment." -' ;'
GUESTS FROM MONTANA
HUBBARD, June 23 Mr.
and Mrs. G. L. Carlson and two
daughters, Dorothy and Margaret,
from Bozeman, Mont, arrived at
the home of Mr. Carlson's bro
ther,, J. Carlson. Thursday for a
two weeks' visit.
Hit. Carlson Is clerk in the Bal
timore, hotel at Bozeman and J.
Carlson is manager of the Hoff-
lodgedJn the city .jail for a few man berry farm here.
mjkw m bk " . - jg-
Through ''elimmation J
of spoilage of foods.
TTIirongll being able to
purchase larger quantities.
dishes you can make of
in One ownership of a
; Many' a woman, after longingly eyeing a gleaming white
modern refrigerator, has given np the thought of ownership
; on the grounds that "we cannot afford it." These women will
i find that ownership of one of the grett ne Majestio Refrig
' enters is a real economy .... that it quickly save its cost.
1 Food that would otherwise spoil and have to be thrown
out, keeps perfectly for days in the roomy food compartment.
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i - There are days when your neighborhood stores hare sales
I V... when yon could buy larger quantities at a material ear
ing. These purchases will not spoil in Majestic's 36 to 46
i dry cold. Cooking experts have evolved scores of tempting
I new dishes from "leftovers" since the coming of electric
refrigeration. Let a Majestic Dealer show yon the 30
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' CLOVERDALB. Jnne It Tbe
ladles of the W. O. T. .U. are
rreatly, pleased wltb the results
of their, annual ice cream social
given at -the Cloverdale school
house ..Saturday evening. The
house was filled to capacity with
many standing although, new
seats bad - been added to" the
rooms . by. I. E.' Hennles who
kindly gave material and his
services. ., .
The program In charge of Mrs.
Walter Miller was well rendered.
The following- numbers were giv
en: reading, ''Welcome" Gertrude
Cook, piano solo; Lois Barton, Sa-.
lem; reading "BiU'e In .Tronhle,!
Alice Luke; dialogue, r'ABoy and
bis Stomach." Alfred and Edward
Easter; ;yodellng and accordion
numbers by Edwin JTurrer of Sa
lem ana rea eteiner vl au
viUe; reading, "Ma ' and ber
Checkbook," Gordon Eunke.
A chorus composed of Leou
Cook, Gertrude Anderson, Eula
Hennles, Margaret .Miller, Bessie
Easter and Betty Drager gave two
numbers. ' ' "
Mrs. Carl Booth who Is a
teacher at Salem Heights present
ed part of ber Dutch Idea which
she gave at the EUinore a few
weeks ago and whieb won so
much praise. This was especially
enjoyed. The proceeds from the
Ice cream and cake sold also ar
ticles from the fish pond brought
thirty dollars. Mrs. Jay Cook: was
general chairman for the affair.
; GO TO CRAWf'ORDSVILLB '
. TTTTtVER.' Jnne 23. Mr. - and
Trm (n a ' Rm drove to T. M.
Bear's,' beyond.. CrawfordsviHe,
Sunday afternoon, . to see jar,
n.nr'i araA mother. Mrs." A. L.
Bear.' who. has been seriously, ill
for the past.xnree. monias. ner
nurse reports her physical conai-
Uon is improving,, doi soe u not
so well otherwise; The . trip" : was
made by way of Brownsvlllejand
the return by Sweet Home and
Lebanon. Many acres of bay wer
seen in all conditions, from un
cut, overripe grass and clover, to
newly-cut hay, and also many; lit
tle black shocks of clover In fields
growing np with the second crop
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COLT it tne irre
sistible Sberlock Holmes
of Broadway, new style!
Follow his relentless un
winding of clues througK
the grim cirenmstaneef
This year's mystery bit Had to be good and ft nYd
to be different to stand above the host of thrillers
of recent years. 'And it is both. In it, you 'watch tKe
solution of the most exciting crime of the decade
from a new angle. THATCHER COLT, tbe Police
Commissioner himself, solves it in the 1931 manner,
using all the carious, ingenious tools of modern
sciencer cbemicals, psychiatry, strange machines
iYon cannot escape it! Start this story with the first
daily instalment and it will hold yoa enthralled to
tbe end. It will be published starting
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