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i " -' " ' ' - ' i Thy OREGON STATESMAN, TSaTew, Orfgott, nrulay Morning. 4&pleEiTer 27. 1931 : ;- ' : r. ' , V V f PAGL TIKIsa '
REPORTS r BEGBEA8E
Illihce has but Half as Many
Pupils as First Week !
ClX)VERDALE,i Sept. 26 Mrs.
; Charlotte v Lee 1 of Portland hat
' been staying at the, home of Mr.
and Mrs. J"re4 Brown where the
is- assisting, inn the care of . Mr,
Brown who has i been seriously
ill but la now greatly Improved.
Mrs. Lee and Mrs.' Brown are old:
friends. .. ; '. .
- Tuivfrpnles. who underwent
raajr!peraUon In Salem 'last
week, la. steadily Improving'. .
.School opened Monday 'with- an
ntdIIment'.of 13,1 two T ess -than
'Jast year ; Miss Melba Berg' of
Portland - Is ; the", teacher '.and
makes her home while here' with
Mrs. ' 3nnn" McKianey. . '
- L Tbe .Illihea school also opened
- Monday with! Miss' Hglea'.Dum
jbeek, of 'Albany, starting her" sec
ond -year, there,, as teacher. s. So
far there is an enrollment of j 12
when last .year - there .were 23
but -more pnpils' are expected.
- Miss JVSIma -Hatfield and. Miss
Olga Garner ;r have ; left ; ,f or, the
termer's .home at. Cloverdale " on
the const. -They .both hare em-
ployment there. ; 'x . , - - . , .
' Mrs.ran Hadley -commenced
her second year i as teacher of
domestic science in the Tnrner
high school i Monday; Hfi ' -:i .
' Mr. and Hr Charles Linqutst,
Misses Mable 1 and; Charlotte Lin
qulst of Salem and Mrs. John
Sandiforth j of - Oakland, Calif.,
were guests of ' Mr. .and Mrs. ' A.
E. Knnke Tuesday . evening.' T "
i-J Mrs. W. Anderson returned
Wednesday frem a few days' rtsit
withi her daughter, :Mrs Edward
guessing' of Portland." '
" v Miss Mildred Schifferer is ' in
Salem where she -has employ
ment. . 1 -
'Mrs. A. E. Kunke, Mrs. F.
Cook, Mrs. A.! Dumbeck and Mrs.
Cook attended I the mlssionray
meeting of the Turner Christian
church, at the home of Mrs, Wil
lisjm Butzky, on Thursday. - i
!IH SCHOOL NOT
10 BE OPENED FiV
: ; VALSETZ, Sept. i6 No high
school will be held i Valsefs for
at least another t year.i. It was
voted recently by : the school
board. Directors r are , , George
Match and Douglas . Grout.
- Many are the banters who In
vaded , the bills ; in ..and -around
ere this week, f -S-r,: -4.4.- :
-. The trees in the road have
been moved and the road to Falls
City is again jin good shape. ; ;
,S M. V. Reader wis in from near
Lincoln county road ; and" reports
he road to Newport in , fair con
dition, chains 1 being needed" im a
ew places. , " 1 " ' " . I ,
: Mrs. Lenl Green was In Wed
nesday front; t Portland and re
turned Thursday with Frank
Heydon to Salem.; .
Mrs. Ward of Falls City is vis-,
itlng at the homei of Mrs. Mary
Stelzier. - : - I -.I-'.. K;--- -: -1' .
;.: Of Dahls isr Sunday
: '-. Event atf. Church
' " SlLVERTOr.Sept.1 2 . The
golden wedding anniversary : of
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. ;DahI will be
observed Sunday at the Immanuel
church. Mr. and Mrs. Dahl were
xharrled at Sturgeon Bay. Wis.,
September " 18. . 18S1. Twenty
four of .the 50 years have been
spent , at Silverton; .
r Joe Lytle, David Hay, and Er
nest Larson have all, gone to Ash
land where they will, enroll In the
Ashland Normal school, i This is
the second year for Davis Day. j , -
- Prior to his 1 lesTing, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Lytle ;entertained at din
ner for'him. . Guests were Ernest
Irson. Mr. and Airs. Lawrence
Mr. and Mrs. John
Jlfce, Looia Mohr,MarIon Green,
Mis3 Ruth Bloom, 1 Joe L,ytie ana
Mr-Oid. Mrs. Lytle:. The three
boys who went to Ashland are
graduates of the Silrerton school.
Mrs. H. E. Martin -i
t And Grcujp Return
r. ' .' From California
MACLEAT, Sept 56 Mrs. H.
E. Martin and daughter, -Mrs. - M.
Wells have returned from Cali
fornia after an extended visit
;They were accompanfed by Mrs.
George Merris of Salem and. Mrs.
Ivan Beers of Wood burn. The
trrp was made by auto.
r This community j Is.: grief strlck--en'orer
the news dC thedeath of
Bertha Brown Patterson of Sa
lem. -..!''. .
'.The Brown family are;, well
'known here having made their
home here for some . time and
- since living Inr Salm, Mrs. Pat
terson has been a; frequent visi
tor here. She) often 1 attended the
4-H club meetings. She jwas the
nelce of Mrs.
' of this place,j
J. 14 C Tekenburg
Uperation - r ails
; To Oive Hope for
1-(i'ii Hilyard I Anderson
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ZENA. Sept. 26' Residents
here .will, be sorry ntb learn tbat,
following , a 1 delicate operation
. performed Tuesday, no hope is
' ; held .for -Improvement in condi-
tlon-of Hilyard 'Anderson, 15, "son
-of Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Anderson
of Toledo." Hilyard sustained a
'broken back, spinal Injuries and
" broken ribs when he fell 27 feet
from a! window in the ToledoJ
school building. : . ' r. Ui. . - :
Mr. and Mrs. Charles I Gideon
Of Portland are visitors this week
-at the home of T.L M. Horten of
Zena. Mrs. Gideon and Mr. Hor-
ten are ister and brother;'
. -Mrs. iMerton'H. Marston" of the
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Ldtsof Hops -Purest Water inline .
Dairy Herds All Boasted b&People
V. r." ; ' T .Bt .Vi e.' craven ; ' . j". H -I ' T I
...Independence is situated in the midst of the hop Industry- ef
the Willamette valley, being 14 miles southwest from Salem, en
, the. banks .of -the Willamette Tiver. ' , - . ;-t J'.? ,,;.y - hi . -; t j :: r
' -V. ' l derived its name from, the early, settlers;
How ; Town ; Started . who! - came ." from : Independence, j Missouri.
-?Ht.;i:.ip--vufv,;---..Thesie were Elvin Thorp wh caioe In 1844
andMr. and Mrs. Thomas Barbank; pioneers of 1S48; ItV was
through the efforts of Mrs,' Burbank that the t own was establishr
ed. One. day she asked her husband to see Mr. Thorp, ho owned
the land, and as a resjilt. these two men layed out this! town and
called it Independence.' f ; ' , f. '.. ' . V ' i'i,'-' ;l .r t-'i: c , j.
At. present,' it has a populatio'n pf l285, "and
Boasts Free Wale can boast of having the purest water In the
. r " . valley, as' shown by recent tests, j . : i J
It -.has a good school system, having a high-school, -and la
.training school, under the supervision of the Oregon normal school
at Monmouth. . - - . -','' 1 ' . - '-
' t . There are five churches, one bank three
Has sFlve Churches grocery stores, two hardware i stores," three
- . - .-barber. shops. -five merchandise stores, one
furniture store., one "hotel, one confectionery; and book' jatore, and
many other places ef business. Including a weekly newgpaperi . f
', -r:. . It is surrounded by a, rich farming conntry
.Haisew ;Many Hops featuring Jhops, grain and dairy herds." The
. " top Industry, provides lots 'of labor In the
early spring -and-especially' at the harvest tlmej when , many
thousands of people come to this place for. work. :;.' j ; y f
':. " Some of the noted dairyherda are owned br H. D,'i Illff,; S. J.
McKe.; S. H. Robinson and L. A. Hulbert, and many other herds
"are near. :: ; - . - - . T :A V ",:''.'-".; i f
--a A; free ferry connects Polk .and : Marion
Ferry, at Doorstep county at this place, and stages and trains
-:r; ! -K! ' i - make dally runs to this city. i' .
Pioneer Couple Observe
52 Years of
MOKMOUTH,- Sept. 26 Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Cummins of ;Mon
mouthf observed .the.lr, 52nd wed
ding' aaniversary;rpineday.; at
their home here.: They were mar
ried" September 16, 1879 at1 high
noon in The Dalles, at the home
of the bride's mother, Mrs, H. E.
Hawn. They settled on a farm
near ; The Dalles. '
. Mri Cummins, who was j Miss
Olive JHawn is a native. Oregon
Ian, born in Yamhill county No
vember 17, nearly -36 years ago..
Mr. Cummins, who was born in
Piatt county, Missouri, came . to
Oregon at the age of. five with
his parents, and first settled , in
Polk county at Kin3 Villey." i He
Is 84 During the. Indian upris-.
ings he freighted merchandise, to
forts of eastern Oregon. . ! " '
In 1898, on the day the battle
ship Maine was blown up In Ha
vana harbor, the Cummins farm
near " The Dalles was sold.; and
they moved to southern Oregon
with a team and wagon. ' The
winter was spent in Yamhill and
new De Lake Beach hotel j and
Mrs. Mike Heath of De Lake.; were
Thursday: callers in Zena atSun
rise fruit and berry ranch owned
by W. F. Crawford. :
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Holt and Shepherd
Renamed Elders of
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CRABTREE, SeptJ 26. 4 The
Church ot Christ at Crabtree held
Its annual election of officers on
Wednesday night. S. B. Holt and
John Shepherd were reelected as
elders,: Melvin Eply and Mr. Klunt
as deacons, Mrs. V A. Weddie,
Mrs. ;Ezubia .Klunt,; Ida Becker
and; Florence Becker as deacon
esses. After the 'business meeting
the official board served ice cream
-and cake to a large crowd, j
- ,Mrsi i Herman Shelton "of Crab
tree and ber sister. Miss Eveline
BUyeu of Jordan are spending a
few weeks at the Breitenbush hot
springs. ;..:.'".---: i ' . .
The many friends of Mrs.; Tom
Edgar I are pleased to learnj that
she is recovering quickly from her
major operation at the Albany
general hospital.- . . .
J. ML Bones Chosen:
Secretary of I Star ;
To Succeed Brother
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TURNER, Sept. 26 At the
last meetiogvb?: Jthe Eastern: Star
lodge I Vict No.r T6, J. M.
Bones Kwas.etected treasurer io
fill the vaeaocr caused by the re
cent death" iof bis brother, Charles
F. Bones, . who. had filled the of
fice for a ntfmifer of years.
House guests during the week
of Mrj and Mra Charles S. Clark
were Lif ht anid j Mrs. ! W. F. Ken
ney of .Portland.'1 Mr. Kenney Is
a brother of Mrs. Clark".
" . Mr, f and Mrs Carl Williams
who recently came from Salem to
occupy be Arthur Edwards prop
erty, "are. remodeling ' the " dairy
barn ;an4 are building an np-to-date
milk ' house which will be
Pooled: by running spring water. -
Several Silverton ;
'SlLVERTOX.Septr 26. Mrs.
Chris Ejanevoldsen, :wh"o';was; op
eratedupon Wednesday is report-;
ed as getting along very well.. The
operation waa a major one. 'Her
daukhter,; MarceMa, - came . down
from Portland to be. with j her
mother.. . Jf h'-r '. - (';
Mrs.' A A. Stee, who was taken
to a Salem, hospital Wednesday af
ternoon, here she -later under
went an operation, Is also said to
be doing' as well? as ; canf be expected-
Mrs. 45tee, wio is past
has been 111 for some time.
Mrs- J. Blakely is another; pa
tient at the. Silverton bospital She
is under te . care- of physicians
there. , .. " j ',
Family From Coast : r: ;
Guest at Hauk Home
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? PERRYDALE. Sept. - 2 6 Mrs.
Roy Hack and children of Gari
baldi j nd - Mrs. Miles Hauk of
Independence, spent .Wednesday
at the: bome of MfT'and Mrsv J.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Campbell
and Fell Comekys- were in- Salem
on - bublnss Tuesday. - '
in Polk County
eventually they settled & Cooper
Hollow, west of Monmouth, i
.Since 1 908 they: havei lived In
town, farming., a ten acre tract
adjoining -property of the state
normal scnool. j This land has
been purchased 'on cpntract by
the alumni association ; of the
normal, the plan being eventual
ly to convert ltj intoj a recrea
tional area and bark is a grft to
the school..: - j . . i . , -j.
i Both Mr. and Ms J -.Cummins
have reasonably igood health. Mrs.
Cummins says she 1 has Hv6d
through various ' wars, i as she was
but ten when the Civil war end
ed, and she recalls that money
was of small value then, and lit
tle farming was donej in Oregon
because the limited : I population
created minor demands j for pro
duce. Her father' and. I two .broth
era fought through lhe Indian
wars, and she is of ; the opinion
that . the retrenchment! ' in rvogue
now. Is not so different; basical
ly, from th sort that was prev
alent and necessary those many
'.years ago. ; -,j
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NORTH HOWELL. Sent. 26
School activities began in earnest
at the North Howell, grade school
last Monday, with about 60 pu
pils enrolled in the two rooms. -
i Miss Ida Peterson, i who is
boarding at the homeof Mr. and
Mrs. M. G. Dunn has an Interest
ing class of beginnersii These are
Virginia Mcll wain, Betty Fay Got-
tenburg, Dolores Rue, . Ottilie
Mayte, Elaine Bailey Keith Dunn,
Dwlght Wood Michael ; ; Hopfr
and Raymond jWoelke ( .
In the upper room, where Mrs.
Minnie . Beckett, who drives out
from Salem each diy teaches, is
also a large class-of eighth grad
ers. These are Celiai Jefferson,
Grace Wood. Margaret j Woelke,
Myrtle Karre, Doris' Rlckard. Hel-.
en Schmidt, Raymond Jefferson,
Paul Hagan, .Robert' Drake arid
Anton Woelke.! 1, N' I " -j-
I HIT, - i ' - !
r Latest Improved
GOODYEAR PATHFINDER :J
. j ;. Supertwist Card Tires
Let us show you the finer quality
that you get because Goodyear builds
.421 (29x4.40) . . . . $48 S 9.60
4.50-20(29x40) . . . . 5X0 10.90
4.75-19(28x4.75) s . . .. , 65 11J0 ,
I Slz55) ; 87 :. 1S.70
SOxJKi Reg. CL - .' . . . 9 8J4
HEAYT DUTY TRUCK. TIRES
J0x3 f I . $17J5.
12x6 J. ....... r . . 29.75
70-20 S4x70) . ' . . . " ; T93S
C.00-20 S2xC00) . . ; i '
. KELLY HEW
Men .Return With Three-
Point Deer and Bear Aft-.-.
er twa Days out -
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. INDEPENDENCE, Sept. . 2f
The rummage sale which has
been ; conducted by the W. C.'T.
U. women will ' be continued- for
a few weeks longeri. . -, -
Members ot the W., C..T. Vk
held ' a . business aessien : in . the
Fluke building, where the sale is
being held. Monday afternoon and
the new officers, for .1 the year
were elected as . follows: - x
. President; Mrs. J.; C. Kelley;
vice president, Esther r Morgan;
recording, secretary.' - Pefe-r -Kur-rie;
cor espon ding secretary, AHCe
Parks; treasurer, Bert Keller,
The-society1: will held an all
day, meeting in Monmouth Monday-
with a pot-luck - dinner at
noon. ' :. ..,;
; - Bill Byers and . Dean Acker
man have" returned 'from' a two
days' hunting trip on Mill creek,
west of Dallas. They brought in a
three-point deer, and a big bear.
Joe Guild Ind ' Russell Bal
lard 'returned from . a bunting
trip on the Mehama, bringing in
a fine three-pointer. - r - - ' .
Dr. P. A. Elliott Jaas leased a
part of the Montgomery building
on Monmouth street and will
open an office ' for the practice of
chiropractory. Mr. Elliott Is a son
of Mr. Elliott of Hopville. ;
Word has been received of
the marriage ' ot Miss Rena
Hutehins and Clifford Smfley of
Portland September w 17. '. lit.
Smiley is the son ot Mr, ': and
Mrs. Charles-Smiley of this city.
Edria Keeney, two-months-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
James Keeney died Tuesday, Sep
tember 22,1 after a lingering ill
ness. Burial was Wednesday at
the Knights - of Pythias ceme
tery south of Monmouth, under
the direction of the Keeney fun
eral home. . .
WIPES OUT HOME
LAKE LABISH, Sept. " 26. -A
$2000 blaie- at midnight Friday
destroyed the farm home of Wal
ter Bourcher, vtwo miles east of
Brooks. The home was the prop
erty of Keith Powell, Woodburn
banker, and was partly insured. - r
The entire contents of the
house. Including new furniture,
was a total loss. 4 ' . ;
Mrs. Bourcher and children
were at a reception at the Ben
Clemens home at - Hazel. Green
Friday night, - and on returning
found the walls to their bome col
lapsing. Mr. Bourcher is employed
on road construction' at Silverton,
and gets home only over the week
end, so he will not know about the
fire until tonight. ;
With Large "Deer ;
I Killed on Creek
LYONS, Sept. .26. John Bo
deker of Mill City went deer hunt
ing the first of the week, and re
turned with a nice large one. They
went in to. the head of Rock creek
to get it. . i .
, The hunting fever is attacking
many local residents and some are
going to southern Oregon while
others have good luck not far from
home. .. .
Deer have been seen on , the
farms in this - vicinity in herds
of several on different occasions
during the summer and fall, and
no doubt they will find it rather
unlucky to visit the valley now
while the hunting season is open.
Why do millions
MILLIONS mukjs tires
' 1 4.50-21
u AmJ .
and Center Sis.
Geese Get freedom
Motor Accident, ,
1 ! nf Doesn't Lest
JEFFERSON, Sept. 2U
Two . car accidents occurred
here Thursday - afternoon,
and in one. of them r some
geose found . freedom, and
other gvese datb. 1 ;
- A car going.: north : side
swiped llghtervcar bounf
sooth on -the- highway in
front br"the real estate of-'
flee.? Thesouth-boand 7cr
heAd crate of reese .onr ech '
' mmiBg - board- one being '
demolished, and two ees-
- injured.' . These . had ' to be .
kyied. ; The j other ;xee -i
wauea away, chattering. -
Bnt, they were caught.' : f; ;i
. : , Mrs. . waiter Patterson's:
car caught fire, while parked
in front of a store.' Paascrs
by put the..blaze out before I
njrA damage 'was done. She
drove the car -back to her
home at Marion. . '. ' -v t
STAYTON. Sept': 2 . 'dL V. Pi
Lancefield is having - an addition
built i on the. north side1 of his,
store building -which wiil.be used
as- living quarters.' ; "Mrs; Lance- ;
tield'a health Is such that it doea
not permit. her climbing. the stairs
to, the living quarters-they have
been occupying above, the store. ..
I Women of the Stayton rranee
are. asked 14 meet at the home of I
Mrs. J. R.Miller Wednesday af
ternoon, September 30,. to work
on a quilt. They are requested to
they may fcave made forrl fife parr
tleular quilt. , . f (It if I
! As there Is several feet of snow
at "Crater- lake, s Calvin Steward
brought his wife and son out to
stay for : a time with- his 1 parents
here. He returned, as he will be
employed there for-' about six
weeks 'more. .
Earl and Glen Yoeman and
their brothet,Jn-law, Jesse Wells,
brought back their share of deer
frem a, hunting! trip in the La
comb 1 section. Their father, Mil
ton, Yoeman. Is in charge of a
lookout: station, there. i i
Mrsi H. J. Tate has been in Sa
lem this week, called by the ' ill
ness of her father, ex-Judge Ji-T..
Hunt. Mr. Hunt is one ef the pio
neers of Marlon; county.
ROSEDALE, Sept.. 26 Quite a
crowd gathered to witness thefire
when ! the Griggs prune drier
burned Wednesday night.- It is
not'ftnown just how the fire start
ed. There was some Insurance.
Repairs not being completed on
the school .house, was postponed
until next Monaay.
; Miss-Laura Cam mack Is attend
ing Willamette j university as a
senior. ; .Vv- -
Miss Helen Winslow is a sen
ior In the normal school at .Mon
mouth, i , : r
iMr. and Mrs.! George - Glenn
have moved into . the . house ; on
the former. McFarland ? property
near . tho church r . r-'
i Mrs. i M. Cammack attended a
missionary board . meeting-" at
iMlss .Carrol Kiser of Salem is
visiting relatives for a few days.
Elvise Crosier of Newberg Wed
nesday visited their aunt, Mrs.
Ida Bates. s '
tMr. and Mrs. Floyd Bates have
moved back c-ntb the Bates, farm.
i New. Improved v
s Supertwist Cord Tires " . t '
rThe last whisper in Style, Mileage,!
Value, ill major improvements
... the new ,
40-20 (29x4 JO)
S.00-19 (29x5.00) '
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XST1H ATM FSas :
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j- HUBBARDJUj'pc, 26 The. sec
ond week of - school finds the
teachers' and the j students even
more enthusiastic! than the open
ing week. Several; items of inter
est are being workedeut at the
present .time... j ,. lll: :
i , This 'week, a .central policy has
peeri agreed upon i by thef teachers
regarding-lunches; , All I children
bringing ' lunches 1 are under ' the
supervision of a jteacher feri 2
minutes .before, t beitr allowed t lo
. go out' to play, f Th is. controls t the
child's eating and " is I' better i for
his. health, v and "ialso J rids S?the
school grounds ; of . many. - piper
Backs ' and paper, wrappings - that.
Would otherwise be thrown care
lessly abont. '- i .U- -'l
-' The seventh an 'elghtb'grades
are very, industriously . working on
the grounds. They - ar j cleaning
all surplus? rubbish, , grass ; and
leaves from the front and. near
the sidewalks on the side of the
lmiidiBg..::V-':iJr'ii:'K''-r : 7
Th students fnihigh school are
much Interested' in the - clean Lag
of the baseball diamond, for - win
ter weathering and are also
looking-forward to the making
of an outdoor basketball court.
; Much interest Is also mani
fested in the glee! club. iTherej is
s fine turn-out?- and ; enthusiasm
is running. hlglu;.rU ti f i t: --f,:
- The new: set. of: encyclopedias
ordered . for the library will be
on tho shelves and ready for the
students use Very! soon. The Stu
dents are enjoying the library and
learning to do ' research work in
a very flnej manner. . : : . j
The first fire drill of the year
was given Tuesday, at II. ;:.
WOODBURN. p Septi
mer Ramsdell, sebior at Wood-
burn high school, was elected
president of his I class at a meet
ing held this week; Other officers
elected are: vice president, Ken
neth . Evans; secretary, , Edithe
Shrock; treasurer, j Albert Foster;
and sergea'tat-at-arms; Joe Serres.
. Elections ot officers . for :the
junior and ' sophomore., classes
were also finished. ; The Junior
class -officers are:! Charles Cain
mack, president; Cornelius Gear
in, vice president; j Glenn Yergen,'
secretary; and . Bob Reed, treas
urer. ,-; . , ; i . - I . j I. f. -'
- The sophomores' elected. Torlef
Nelson president Of . their ; organization.-Other
officers are: Trull
Inger, vice president; John Espy,
secretary; Leo Halter.! treasurer;
and George Jackson, interclass ri
valry committeeman. The fresh
men have not yet chosen their
class officers.: .'!: Ir. -j '"!: : - H
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; 1 Of Interest
i' -- By ALBERT TOZIER ' f
; TW. R, ; Scheurer of ButteviTle
wrecked an eld time warehouse
in that , place this .summer,; and
in- crearing out ' the ' accumula
tions -jof ?0 and; more years,
found : jalstoHc relics. .There ' was
a i large desk that - belonged -, to
the' -Hadson Bay r company, . This
desk had , been in use v at . least
QQ years ago in . the Champoeg
district , and later in Butteville.
The rr;de'skihad , evidently . come
t Jar plledt rubbish was- found
two '.pages -4ftbeS Oregon 1 Spec
tator'jsirst.riisttCof , February ,5i
1846 Thsr'Paper was I yellow
with; age 'and quite brittle. The
print in the major, portion of the
paper could be easily read.
. ,The ! editor : announced.' that
was iaj- Thomas Jefferson '.demo
crat,? but that be would endeavor
to reit public questions J fairly.
W. G; IT Vault's tiame appears as
jedltbr. ",The paper will not. beir
handling, ',; but 1 some preparation
wiii.De triea in , oraei' tnai tae
same will, not fall t e .pieces j,; J
. Another-interesting relie'is an
old. time pigeon bole or- pool ta
ble, x different, .fro to . Ibo- present
day fables. . : An old -time, photo
.was found; that Js thought to be
that .of McDonald,' an earty day
clerk at Champoeg, for 'he Hud
son Bay company. . . '! . t
. Next year these articles will
be on display- at Champoeg, as
well as other articles that; be
longed in 'what Is today Marion
county. . 1
TURNER, i Sept 6. Mrsj Clar
ence S. Vernon of Eugene, who Is
field worker' for the children's and
did' peopled homes, nnder the care
tff'the CMifrch' of -Christ of Ore-1
gon,.i drover down from Portland
Wednesday afternoon' bn- business
for i the Turner boys' home. She
returned to: Portland Thursday
morning to fill an afternoon
speaking engagement. p
Helpful Hints :
I- for -'"-i '
" " j' . j t '"T '' i ;
ri i : isn't it
the people who frtiy'tires,' rather than
those who sell them, definitely have set-"
tied the - question as to whose tires are
J Small cars, big cars--they all wear more
Goodyear Tires than any other kind. Tho
9.40 , , measure of value in a product may accu-
be auHed bv its volume
You : owe it i to yourself to know the rea
sons' why Goodyear Tires lead all others
so greatly. We can show you! - - ,
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WEST STAYTON,! I Sept. 26
The women of the West Stayton
Growers' club met at the Darley
office Thursday.' evening.
'Meeting! was presided over by
the president, Verna iAsche.' Sev
eral important topics of the meet
ing : were I whether the women
would ,go to the ;; fair "or not,
whether they would Join the Fed
eration off clubs and what , they,
afe going: to do concerning a pi-,
a no for -the new school,
i- Mrs. Irish, Mrs. -Dlckman and
Miss NIckerson, teacher at Wesf.
Stayton; were appointed - to go
with Mrs. ' Asche to see about a -piano.
The next meeting will .be
Tuesday, October 13, then con-!
tinning on the second and fourth
Thursdays' of each month. ,
Ralph Harmes left; for, Pasa
dena, Calif., Friday morning. '
While there Mr. Harmes will at
tend bible school. - .
r Named President .
Of Girls. Group
i ' SILVERTON, Sept 26 Miss
Marguerite Shaw has been chosen
president of the Girls' Athletic
sociatlon of ! the Silverton schools.
Miss Imofene Williams is secretary-treasurer
and Miss Eleanor
Msen is manager of soccer. v
; Around 20. girls have turned
out for soccer this year with Miss
Josephine Gordon as coach. Prac
tices . are held after; school three
afternoons ja week, i ; . r
j This year the Oregon point sys- ' .
tern will be In effect for girls' ath-; .
Jetics, whefe the irla are award
ed a certain number of points fo"
each sport participated in. The.
points count toward earning an
intramural sports' letter.!
r ' Sports to; be participated in
clude soccer, basketball, volley
ball, baseball, folk . dancing and
tennis. - - -
PEIOGEIEGG . .
Once oil lamps were the only common
source, of illumination. Today, elec
tric power gives us daylight through
the darkest night. I - , i , ?5 -
- I- f : L 'f "- ' '
So ' has 1 the medical profession pro
gressed. Modern ' science has given
cures and preventions; , . Do not hesi
tate to call your physician in time. . .
Wei will fill his prescriptions accurate
ly and promptly, "- -i S i - iij
Our Prescriptio Service la the
Service We Render
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