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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem' Oregon, Friday Morning June 3, 1932
Two GrouDS Wilt Server
Meals Each day During
SILVERTON. June 2 Trinity
Ladies' Aid society met Wednes
day afternoon in the church so
cial rooms for its regular meeting
and to make preparations for the
dinners and suppers to be serred
here during state grange. Trinity
Dorcas society were guests Of the
ail society as the former will -assist
with the meals to bo served.
The members of both societies
bare been divided Into five
groups with t in each group.
Each group will care for one day.
Mrs. M. G. Gunderson, who has
been acting as general chairman
of the arrangements, will be In
eharge of the first day with those
whose names begin with the let
ter of the alphabet ranging from
A to P. Mrs. C. L.- Foss will be
chairman of the second day with
a part of the F's and to the I's.
Mrs. Hans Jensen will take the
third -day with the letters from I
to M. Mrs. O. T. Ormbreck will be
In charge of the fourta day taking
the letters from M to R. Mrs. B.
Storlie will be chairman of the
last day taking the remainder of
the alphabet. Two meals will be
served each day.
It is understood that three oth
er, Sllverton churches will also
servo although they have not of
ficially announced their inten
tion. The Christian church, the
Immanuel church and the Meth
odist church are those who are
discussing serving. Decisions will
be announced by the close of the
week. All of these churches are in
close to the Eugene Field audi
torium where the grange meet
ings will be held. The Methodist
ehurch is but three blocks away.
The Christian church is but half a
block away and Trinity church is
a block and a half distance. The
Immanuel church Is situated upon
East Hill but has discussed the
possibility of renting a down town
ball for the purpose of serving
during the grange convention.
The prices of the meals have
been fixed, by the chamber of
commerce. The purpose of this
was so that the church societies
would not compete unfairly with
the local restaurants but would
simply help to care for the extra
large crowds which will be pres
ent during convention week. The
prices will be very reasonable,
Earl J. Adams, president of the
Silverton chamber of commerce,
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After several hoars of futile scrutiny of hundreds of rogues' gallery pic
tures in an effort to identify the man to whom he paid the Lindbergh ran
som money. Dr. John F. Condon ("Jafsie") is shown as he left Police
Headquarters at New York with detectives assigned to protect him from
possible gang vengeance. Dr. Condon received a personal letter of thanks
from Colonel Lindbergh for his effort! in trying to secure the return of
FINAL RITES ED
Pyeatt Family is
On Holiday Visit
At Queener Homes
QUEENER, June 2 Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Pyeatt and children of
Portland, were visiting at the
home of Mrs. Pyeatt's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Seniles over
the holidays. They were accom-
pnied as far as Sublimity by Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Kramer and
Mrs. Charles Wakely died at
the Albany hospital Sunday,
death being caused from a stroke
he suffered about a week ago.
Loyd Schaefer left Saturday for
eastern Oregon- where he expected
to stay until Tuesday. Mrs.
Schaefer accompanied him as far
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lambrecht
"erePjeasantly surprised Sunday
evening by their many friends
and relatives, at their home In
Stayton. The evening wa3 spent
In ' dancing and playing cards.
Lunch was served at a late hour
after which the guests departed.
Mrs. Lambrecht will be remem
bered as Pauline SchHes from this
INDEPENDENCE, June 2
Funeral services were held for
Sarah Francis Simpson Wednes
day afternoon in the Keeney Fun
eral home with Dr. H. Charles
Dunsmore officiating. Interment
was in the I. O. O. F. cemetery.
Death came suddenly to Mrs.
Simpson at her home at Hopville
Mdnday night at 10:30 following
a heart attack. She had been well
during the day and the evening.
Mrs. Simpson was born in Lin
coln, Nebr. December 27, 1869.
She came to Oregon in 19 OS and
settled on the McKenzle river
near Eugene. Eight years ago the
family moved to the present lo
cation. About a year and a half
ago, her husband, Ernest L. Simp
son passed away
Mrs. Simpson is survived by
nine children, five of whom re
side In Independence, Mrs. Dock
Mode, Mrs. Inez Thomas, Mrs.
Lola Baxter, Edward and Max;
Mrs. Marie Lowe and Hobert, Un
ion, A. J. in Sacramento, Cal., and
Elmer, address unknown.
Miller Accepts Job
At Vancouver School
WOODBtJRN, June 2 James
D. Miller, who has been an ath
letic coach at Woodburn high
school for the last two years, has
accepted a position at the senior
high school in Vancouver, Wash'
fhgton. Miller haa been head
coach of basketball and assistant
tutor for baseball and football.
He haa also taught history. At
me Washington scnooi He will al
so be athletic coach and history
Instructor. Mr. and Mrs. . Miller
plan to stay in Woodburn durinr
the summer months and move to
Vancouver early In the fall. Mil
ler. a graduate of Grinell- tauzht
in me iiawaiian islands belore
coming to Woodburn.
f POINTED TO JOB
Mayor-Elect Travels 60
Miles Daily to the School
Of Which She is Teacher
As New President
MONMOUTH. June J.O A
Wolverton, Monmouth's postmas
ter, was Tuesday elected presi
dent oi the Lions club. O. C.
Christensen and Archie Parker
were named vice-presidents; J.
B. AlversoL. secretary: F. E.
Chambers, Lion tamer; J. B. V.
Butler, district representative,
and R. B. Swenson and E. A.
J. 8. Landers was the sneaker
of the day, his theme being the
desirability of small towns for
location of Institution! of hieher
learning, with particular reference
to Monmouth as the seat of the
On Cemetery Grounds; Work
In Timber Tract to be
, ' Started Soon j
LYONS, June 2 G. A. Berry
and J. H. Johnston have been ap
pointed by the school district
board to superintend the work to
be done on the new cemetery
grounds. It is hoped a large part
of the . necessary work may be
done by donation as funds on
hand will net go farther than
purchasing needed material and,
employing a surveyor which of
course will have to be done in or
der to determine the ' lot and
. The Portland firm who pur
chased . the Potter-Shaw tract of
timber here a short time ago, It
planning to begin work soon.
Representatives of the company
wore here the first of the week
and stated they would proceed to
move their equipment to the Urn
ber at once. A right of way haa
been secured from L. C. Trask to
cross his farm from the county
road to the tract, which is located
about three miles southeast of
Lyons and on the Badeker moun
The ladies of the Lyons Three
Link club drove to Sllverton
Tuesday and met with Mrs. Helen
Vaughn for an all day social time.
Mrs. Vaughn is a member of the
local club. Those going were
Mesdames Lewis, Lyons, Ring,
Bodeker, Sr., Bressler, Malnes,
Bodeker, Jr., Berry, Sr., and Fre
Al Friedl of Union Hill and an
acquaintance were Lyons business
callers Tuesday. The men were
Interested In a real estate propo
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Trask
and two daughters of Schoals,
Oregon, Mrs. Jessie Pendleton of
Washington, Mr. and Mrs. Verne
Scott and baby of Union Hill, and
Mrs. Ellen Perrln and O. B. Trask
of Stayton were Sunday dinner
guests with L. C. Trask. The
group also decorated the graves
of relatives at the Fox Valley
cemetery while there.
JEFFERSON, June i. The
Plainview school, of which Mrs.
Edna, Allen la principal, closed
last week. Mrs. Allen has served
for five years, and is elected for
me ensuing year. She makes her
home here, and travels to miiM
a day making the round trip to
her school, daring the school year.
one nas aiso been elected mayor
of Jefferson, and is active In the
affairs at home as well as in the
district In which she teaches. The
scnooi closed with a community
picnic and a basket dinner was
enjoyed. Baseball and other out
door sports were featured during
Llexting at Conference
Rev. and Mrs. O. F. Llening
and daughter Florence left for
Portland Tuesday afternoon, where
Rev. Llening will attend the Ore
gon conference of the Kv.nr il
eal church. Mrs. Llenlng's mother,
urs. J. Jv, Elder, who has been
visiting at the Llening home for
several days, returned to her
home in Portland with thm
Mrs. Llening and Florence will
remain at the home of her moth
er during the conference session.
Star on Visit
Members of Euclid chapter No.
70. O. E. 8.. who attended Bn.
Blllan chapter at Albany were Mr.
ana Mrs. Clarence Leffler, Mr.
and Mrs. Lyman Patton. Mr. a.nd
Airs, ueimer Davidson, Mrs. Ina
Thomas, Mrs. George Mason, Mrs.
SILVERTON, June 2 Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Campbell are moving
into the residence of Mrs. S. P.
Ireland on West Main street. As
soon as Campbells have vacated
their present home Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Cootes, who recently pur
chased it, will take possession.
Rosedale Pupils Put
Books Away Till Fall
ROSEDALE. June 2 Rosedale
children were happy Tuesday as
It was the last day or scnooi ana
they celebrated with a picnic at
the school house. A ball game aft
er dinner was enjoyed by the boys
and girls and some of the older
ones as well. Most of the mothers
were present. The teacher, Miss
Mamie Bostrack, expects to re
turn when school opens in the
WILL HOOEY KILLED
SILVERTON, June I -Word
has been received here of the
death of Will Hooey of Swift
Current, Canada. Mr. Hooey was
the brother of Mrs. Jack Camp
bell and Mrs. George Thompson.
Death, the message said, was caus
ed by an automobile accident. The
accident happened Monday afternoon.
A Brand New Tiro
Reuben Jensen Has
As Y. Councillor
BRUSH CREEK. June 2
Reuben Jensen and Reino Mackle
of Astoria and Norman Jersen of
Parkland, Wash., all arrived here
late Saturday. Rueben Jensen and
Mr. Mackie spent the double holi
day at the home of the former's
mother, Mrs. Anna K. Jensen. He
has been teaching at Astoria for
the past few years and will go to
Spirit Lake for the summer where
he will act as councilor at the T.
M. C. A. encampment. He plans
to return to Astoria next autumn.
Norman Jensen has been at
tending Pacific Luther college and
will spend the summer with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Jen
sen, at Silverton.
Moots Today's Demand for
Broken Leg at Mill
SUBLIMITY. June 2 Arnold
Van Handel broke his leg while
working in the Van Handel Bros,
saw mill one day last week.
- Henry Gescher has been nnlte.
ill at the home of his parents for
the last week with pleurisy.
Mr. and Mrs. Josenh Dma and
daughter Joan of Portland spent
me weeaena with Mrs. Dusa'g par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Min-den.
Sunday visitors at the home of
:I. J. Schumacher were: Mr. and
- Mrs. 8. J. Starr and family tu
Dorothy Starr and Miss Teresa
-tiarr oi saiem.
VISITS OVER WKKKKim
CENTRAL HOWELL, June 2
sirs. Time Falk and son Arlelgh
of 'Halsev. were nest t
Tweed and Lauderback homes
ever the weekend. Dr. and Mrs.
Peter Tweed and Patty t Leba
non were also here for th vir.
end. Hollls Ramsden went to
Portland the first of tha m
with his cousin. Dale Fnnnemark,
io visit ror a while at the Fnn
In Pairs' "
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Any tire that falls to give satisfactory
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service the tire delivered.
F roe Tiro Mounting
at All Ward Stores
C. M. Smith, Mrs. George Mar-
ott, Mrs. Evelyn Wall. Nancy Ar
nold, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Kelly, Mr.
ana Mrs. Sidney Howard, Mrs.
Llllle Wilson, Mrs. V. D. Looney.
Mrs. Mike Kelly, Kingsley Thurs
ton, Paul Smith, James Johnston,
H. d. Mart, Virginia Leffler and
Margaret Wall. They assisted in
the opening and closing work of
the lodge session. Mrs. Minnie
White of Portland, worthy grand
matron of the order, with a num
ber of other grand matrons were
present at this meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Klampe
and family of Lablsh Center mo
tored to Jefferson Decoration day.
wnere tney were Joined by Mrs
Nettle Reeves and Anna Klampe.
and the group spent the afternoon
at the country home of Mr. and
Mrs. . R. S. Thurston and family
near Sclo. The Thurston and
Klampe families formerly lived
near Jefferson. Mr. Thurston
now owns an improved farm near
Sclo, and is engaged in dairying,
having a fine herd of thorough
bred Jersey cows. Mr. Klampe is
engaged in growing onions in the
Lake Lablsh district, and has a
field of 10 acres of onions that
are about five Inches high now
IS VETS' HOSPITAL
LIBERTY, June 2 Roy Far
rand is a patient at the U. S. Vet
erans hospital in Portland.
WEST STAYTON, June t A
farewell surprise party was given
at the home of. Mrs. Weston Lacy
Tuesday afternoon in honor of
Mrs. Earner Asche.
Mrs. Asche was presented with
a number of lovely gifts from
those present. Refreshments
were served by the hostesses, Mrs.
Weston Lacy and ' Mrs. Owen
Lacy, assisted by Miss Lois Lacy
and Dorothy Asche.
All women present were mem
bers of the Ladies' Growera' cub
of which Mrs. Asche has been
president of for the past two
Present were Mrs. John W.
Nipple, Mrs. William Royse, Mrs.
Clyde Comstock. Mrs. John Te
gen, Mrs. Robert Goes. Mrs. Fred
rick Comstock, Mrs. Harry Rih
el. Mrs. Paul Haynes, Mrs. Frank
Allen, Mrs. Frank Kohl. Mrs.
Saunderman, Mrs. Bell Woosley,
hostesses Mrs. Weston Lacy and
Mrs. Owen Lacy, and assistants
Miss Lois Lacy and Miss Dorothy
M olkey was' formerly Miss Mary
Stout of Manama,
Jack. Card well, who has been
quite ill with measles, Is reported
as beleg somewhat better. As yet
no other cases of measles have
appeared In -the neighborhood.
Jack contracted his while attend
ing Stayton high school, where
several cases were reported.
Cloverdale Men in
Eastern Oregon on
Sheep Shearing: Job
Mehama Folk Knew
MEHAMA, June 2. Columbus
Mulkey, who passed away sud-
denyy Saturday night at his home
in Salem, was a former resident
of Mehama, having passed a good
number of his years here. Mrs.
CLOVERDALE, June X. -Mr.
and Mrs. L. E. Hennles greatly
enjoyed a visit from two cousins,
Miss Hilda Banks and brother, G.
Banks, of L Louis, recently.
Miss Banks has spent the past
winter in Phoenix, Aria.
Mrs. Alfred Easter and four
sons, Paul, Glenn, Alfred and Ed
ward Easter of Ocean Lake, are
spending a few days at the home
of Mrs. Easter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. Anderson.
Louis Hennles and Ben Wipper
left Saturday morning for Lake-
view . where they are to ahear
sheep on the large sheep ranches
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fliflet and
son George of Tacoma were here
for Memorial day. He is a broth
er of Mrs. Arthur Kunke.
TALBOT, June 1 Mr. and
Mrs. S wanton of Portland are
visiting relatives here. Mrs. Swan
son will be remembered as Sese
Kleper and her marriage several
weeks ago was a complete sur
prise to her friends here.
BRUSH COLLEfltf! Jnti
Mrs. Mary Sehon, principal of the
.ucu vuuge acnooi entertained
her eis&th grade graduates with
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Among the 100 garments you will find
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