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The OREGON STATESSIAN. Salem, Oregon, Wednesday Morning; Febiroarr 24, 1911
Mrs. Grimm, Teacher, Un
dergoes Operation; Prin
AUBURN. Peb. 12 The last
few warm day bar siren peo
ple spriag ferer. Garden are be
lnr naded. flowers hoed and
soma garde staff planted. But
as usual, there will probably be
cold wet days lm Marcn waea
lomi garden seeds will be better
off on the shelf thaa la the
The Auburn community club
met at the school house Friday
night and was entertained by rep-
resentatlres of the Canadian rail
way with taoYing pictures of
acenery and wild life la Canada.
A number of Auburn residents
attended the funeral" of A. E.
Hammer la Salem Monday, though
Mr. Hammer was a resident of the
Fruitland district for many years,
he attended Sunday school and
community gatherings afc. Auburn.
Mrs. Bonnie Li. Grimm tbe prt
mary teacher, who has been con
fined to her home for two weeks
wltb iln and ear trouble was
taken to a Salem hospital Monday
for a mastoid operation.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton B. Robin-
Bon and sons Norman and Dean of
Vancourer, Wash., and Mrs. Rob
inson's mother, Mrs. Ida Fry of
Raymond, Wash., and Mrs. Em
ma Fessler of Helmstille, Mon
tana, were dinner guests Sunday"
at the Ben H. Hawkins hornet
Mrs. Harriet Ingrau, principal
of Auburn school is back, harlng
been called to Eugene by the ill
ness and death of her father.
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Stew
art (Edith Kearni), are parents
of baby girl bora Saturday at
the home of Mrs. Stewart's par
WOODBURN, Feb. 23 J. U.
Campbell associate Justice of the
Oregon supreme court, was speak
er for a community program held
at the Wood barn Methodist Epis
copal church Monday, night to
honor the 200th birthday of
George Washington. Judge Camp
bell prored to be a rery interest
lag speaker. John P. Hunt, head
of the committee in charge, intro
duced Judge Campbell.
The boy scouts ot Woodburn
had charge for arrangements for
the program. The program was of
snort duration but rery fitting
and impress ire.
Special serriees, honoring the
George Washington bl jntenaial,
were held Monday afternoon at
the Woodburn Christian Science
church on the corner of Second
and Garfield streets.
Mrs. Golda Pearl Beeman, the
first reader for the organization,
read remarks on George Wash
ington, as prepared for the Wash
ington Bicentennial in the mother
church and branch churches.
Mrs. Arista Nendel has spent
sereral days at the coast, visiting
with her husband's sister, who
lires near Garibaldi.
Legion Cleans Park
About 40 members of the Wood-
burn American Legion post went
oter tbe top Sunday moraine and
proceeded to clean up the Wood-
burn city park. After adverse
weather conditions for the last
several weeks, the weather was so
Sunday that the work could be
done without any great amount of
hindrance. The baseball ground
and park are to be fixed up for
the junior American Legion base
ball team. There is also talk of or
ganizing a town team, to become
a member of the Cascade league,
T&e city has agreed to buy
uiucieni pipe co extend the city
water line to the baseball field.
Sunday the grandstand was torn
torn down and new posts were set
up. A new south fence was also
put np. Roger 8. Williams had
charge of. building the fence
around the ball grounds and Har
ley 8. LeFebvre was in charge at
the grandstand-wrecking crew.
Food was provided to tne
workers by a crew ander the com
mand of Rex Bentley. Another
work drive is to be put an soon.
Final arrangements concerning
American Legion baseball will
probably be made Wednesday
night at the regular monthly
meeting ot the local post.
Serriees Are Held
Funeral services were held Fri
day in Molalla tor Charles Oar
ley Davis, 61, who died at his
home here. Rev. James Love of
Mr. Davis and -his wife have
lived in the Woodburn vicinity
for a number of years. Last year,
on account of Mr. Davis's ill
health, Davis's traded their farm
east of Woodburn for J. F. Rig
don's house la Woodburn. For
several years Mr. Davis made his
home in the Lewis river section,
Clark county, Washington. In
1908 he married Grace Pelkey ot
Molalla. Besides his widow, he is
survived bv a brother, Edward D.
Davis ot Portland and a sister.
Mrs. Margaret Hall, who lives la
Bliss Lee Chosen
Dorothy Lee of Donald was
chosen president of the Girls' lea
gue at Woodburn high school
Monday morning, following the
George Washington program.
Other officers elected were: Mary
Jackson, vice president; Vernlce
Bents, secretary: Thelma Ham
mond, treasurer; and press re
porter, Mona Doss. Miss Virginia
Mason, dean of girls, is adviser
for the organisation.
The regular yearly program
honoring the birthday of George
burn high school Monday morn
ing la the auditorium. The
freshman class had charge of .the
About 40 persons, Sunday
school officers and teachers from
churches ot all denominations la
Marion county, met at the Chris
tian church in Woodburn Sunday
afternoon to discus some of the
problems with which the Sunday
school faculties have to contend.
Maay discussions, all of Interest
te those present, were lead by
Fred ds Tries ot Salem, president
of the Marlon county Sunday
school council ot Christian educa
9a Address Students
Mrs. Lee. a Chinese woman who
lives la Donald, will speak to the
homo economics classes ot Wood
burn high school Monday morn
ing, March 11, whoa Mrs. Lea will
living In China, dwelling particu
larly on the nomemakjng prob
lems in that country. This speech
will be the third of a series ot
such talks concerning homemak
iag ia foreign lands.
Margaret Martin. Paulina Kel
son, Clara Eder, Margery Jones
and Mrs. Helen M. Guiss will rep
resent the Woodburn high school
home economics department at
the second annual atata meeting
for home economics dabs which
will be held In MeMlaaviUa, Feb
ruary zt ana 27. This meeting is
under the direction ot Miss Fran
ces M. Wright, state supervisor
ot home economics, with the state
board tor vocational education. In
addition to student delegates, the
group attending will include the
seniors from Oregon State college,
who expect to teach home econ
omics next year; the officers of
sodatloa; C A. Howard, state sa
periateadeat at publte tastraetiea;
and O. D. Adams, state director of
MRS. THOMPSON VISIT
ZKXA, Feb. 2S Mrs. Lorena
Thompson and daughters. Miss
Helen May and her mother, Mrs.
Susy Smith ot Prat urn were Sun-
LYONS, Feb. 22 Mrs. Ben
Baker ot Long Beach, Wash., is
here oa a visit with friends this
aad Mrs. X. C. Higglns ot Zona.
Mrs. Smith and B. C. Higglns are
day visitors at the homo ot Mr. sister and brother.
tell at too customs aad ways of the Oregon Home Economic as-
down, the old board fence was Washington was glvea at Wood
MACLEAT, Feb. 22. Plans
were made at the meeting of the
Home Economics club held Mon
day afternoon at the hall tor a
play to be put on by the Scotts
Mills P. T. A. followed by a dance
at the grange hall Saturday,
March 12, and for a bazaar, open
grange meeting and dance for
A talk on early Oregon by Mrs.
Edith Toiler Weathered and mu
sical numbers will precede the
After the business meeting a
surprise miscellaneous shower
was given Mrs. D. Franklin.
Members present were Mrs.
Charles Baker, Mrs. W. Frlnk.
Mrs. W. Welch, Mrs. A. Spell-
brink, Mrs. O. Baker, Mrs. Louise
McGee, Mrs. E. Tooker, Mrs. J. F.
C. Tekenburg. Mrs. H. E. Martin.
Mrs. II. Fuestman, Mrs. M. M
Magee and visitors, Mrs. M
Wells, Mrs, A. Bennett, Mrs
Shaw, Mrs. C. Strawn, Loralne
Strawn. Mrs. Fluter and the hon
or guest, Mrs. D. Franklin.
Amelia Sansom, too,
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