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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregpn, Satnrday Morning, June 11, 1932
Laurel Busby Gets Legion
Cup and Melvin Kelley
INDEPENDENCE, June 10
Mist Laurel Busby's name was ea
crared on the American Legion
cup, as the outstanding senior girl
of the Independence high school.
In token of her scholarship, loyal
ty, achievement and womanhood
during her high school career, and
MeWin Kelley, president of the
senior class, was awarded the Bal
four plaque and his name n
graved on the plaque, the honor
conferred for scholarship, loyalty
and achievement throughout his
four years of high school work.
Prof. Paul E. Robinson, princi
pal of the school, awarded the
honors at the graduation exercis
es held in the training school au
diterium Wednesday night. "How
to be a great man or woman" was
the theme of an address by W. C.
Jones of the Willamette univer
As Miss Naomi (Midge) Hewett
played the graduation march, the
S( seniors wearing caps and
gowns took their places and an
interesting program was present
ed as follows: violin solo "On
Wings of Song" by Miss Marjorie
Wunder accompanied by Miss
Hewett; invocation by Rev. E
ward Aschenbrenner; vocal solos
"Hills of Home" and "Calm as the
Night" by Dr. George C. Knott
accompanied by Mrs. Melford Nel
son; awarding of honors .and pres
entation of class by Paul E. Rob
inson; presentation of diplomas
by E. A. Dunckel add the bene
diction by Rev. Aschenbrenner.
Those receiving diplomas were
Emma P. Werline, Delbert A. Hae-
ner, Thomas Dole Pomeroy, Jr.
Robert Rich. Koichl Inouye. Ger
aldlne Goldie Thomas, Dick Slo-
per. Laurel Busby, Howard Ross
John Boyt, Viola Cuthbert
Blanch Lorraine Johnson, Mar
jorie Plant, Bernice Davidson, E
Francis Arrell, Omer Baker, John
O. Mitchell, Fred David Walker,
Hugh P. Hanna, Perry Wesley
Brown, Lillian Rose Vincent, j.
Paul Burch, Sylvia Swerington,
Kenneth Henry Black, Harvey
Young, Frances Gorsline, Thelma
Pauline Clarke, Jack M. Fluke,
Melvin A. Kelley, Anna Louise
Holgate, Dorman Newton, Martin
F. Pressler, Rodney B. Peterson,
Clifford W. Ramey, L. Morrell
Gorsline and Rodney C. Hardman.
The auditorium could not ac
commodate the large crowd that
gathered to greet the seniors.
SCHOOL DAYS OVER FOR 17 AT AUMS VILLE
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treasurer:- and Mrs. Elmer mc-
I1 Arthur, benevolent secretary gave
reports. Marjorie Wolfer. presi
: dent of the Christian Endeavor,
reported for It. Wllma Letfler.
I chairman of the financial board.
reported on the financial pros
pects for the ensuing year.
WOODBURN, June 10 Def
inite knowledge that a dealer has
made arrangements to take over
the agency, for Ford products
la Wood burn was learned Thurs
day, although specific Informa
tion concerning the deal and the
persons who will, operate here
were withheld. The new agency
will be housed In the building on
Front street which was occupied
by the Hansen Motor company
until several months ago when
the company discontinued oper
ations. The new dealer, It has
been Intimated, Is an automobile
dealer well known in Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kra
mer have rented the Sam Cairnes
house here. Sam Cairnes, who
ust i mm
DIES AT SILVERTON
SILVERTON. June 10. Jared
Karstetter, the last of the G.A.R.
at Silverton, died at his home here
Thursday night. Funeral services
will be hed Sunday afternoon at
2:30 o'clock from the Larson fu
neral home. Dr. W. S. Gordon will
be In charge of the services
Mr. Karstetter was born in
1844 and came to Silverton to
has been teaching at the John- make his home 25 years ago. He
tnn nrhool thl vear la movinr M survived by his widow and
to Crawfordavllle. where he will inree cnnaren, j. j. K.arsieuer oi
teach school next year. He has Portland, Mrs. Katherine Taylor
. .r (.n hrnthnm ther. of Silverton and O. C. Karstetter
Mr. and Mrs. James D. Miller or Tacoma, wasn.
meted from wooanurn xnursaay.
UI1U. n y n Pnllman at
Washington State college, and Horseshoe Pitching
Mrs. Miller going to bcappoose
where she will stay' with her par
ents. In September they will take
an their residence, in Vancouver,
where Miller has accepted a po
sition as teacher and assistant
athletic coach at the school. Mr.
Contest is Feature
Of Grangers' Meet
SILVERTON. June 10 Local
grangers and visitors as well are
and Mrs. Preston Rohner will ff?l!
move into the Hardcastle avenue , 1' J
house left by Millers. M, tt
. Word has been received here ... ... v . ,,
that Esther Hanson, sister of El- K " '
mer Hanson an employe of the 'hor8e h cour(j6
, at Silverton is said to be one of
I the best in the valloy. It is lo
cated in the city park and . there
will be Illumination for those
who desire to play at night.
At high school graduation exercises recently held at Aamsrille, nine girls and eight boys receive di
ploma. Shown above, left to right, they are: first row Marie Hisel, Eva Arnold, Orpha Shelber
ger, Doris Walling, Louise Highbelger; second row George Kadan, Virgle Bradley, Erneet Rlee
terer, Harold Porter, Eleanor Boling; third row Ray Wilcox. Wilbur Tribb, Elinor Doling, Earl
Prank, MerFe Crane; fourth- row, Eileen Brown en and Floyd Shell enberger.
All Photos by KenneU-EUis
local cannery, was married to
Thomas D. Klrkes of " Gardena,
Calif.. Sundav. June 5. in the
Lutheran Hollywood church in
Hollywood.. Miss Hanson is well
known in Woodburn.
OAK POINT, Jnne 10. Farm
err la this community are cutting
clover and alfalfa for hay. The
hay crop Is Quite heavy this year.
Byron Raddell will have 100 tons
of alfalfa hay and Is using a side
delivery rake and tedder to help
in the curing and then will stack
It, with a sucker they construct
ed, patterned after those used In
eastern Oregon. It will be baled
after curing in the stack.
O. A. Peterson has clover hay
that will go two tons to the acre.
and started hauling yesterday. C.
O. Allen has cut some alsike
clover that will yield quite heivy.
Vetch is blooming now and will
soon be ready- to cut for hay. This
crop is heavy, and in some places
has fallen down. ,
Miss Pearl Eyre, critic Aeacher
of Oak Point school, went to her
home in Salem Tuesday after com
pleting her year's work here. Miss
Eyre will go to the University of
Oregon summer school to enter in
the school of education and art.
She has been critic teacher here
for six years a'nd has been hired
for another year.
Norval Pease visited his par
ents here after completing a year's
successful teaching in Columbia
academy, near Battleground, Wn.
Norval returned to Battleground
where he will drive a bakery truck
during the summer. He will teach
in Columbia academy next year.
again Installed at the linotype in
the Monmouth Herald office.
James McEldowney Is home
from Tillamook . where he has
been teaching and 'will work on
hi fathers farm fo the Elkins
section this summer.
The exodus of students and fac
ulty from Monmouth for this
week's vacation leaves a quiet
town, but housemothers are bus
ily utilizing the free time to put
their rooms In order for the sum
mer school students. The summer
session opens June 12.
Pierre Family is
Now Living in New
Home Near Liberty
LIBERTY, June 10 Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Pierre and family have
moved into their recently complet
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Yocom and
son David who have been, guests
at the home of Mrs. Kate Holder
have returned to their home In
Mrs. Ray Cleveland and Mrs. E.
A. Free and families have re
turned from a few days outing at
Dale Dasch and Florian Hrubetx
who have recently graduated from
Oregon State college, and Dorothy
Judd, a freshman there, have re
turned to their home here.'
HERE fOS SUMMER
WEST SALEM. June 10 Miaa
Gertrude Need ham, who has been
teaching in the Hillsboro public
schools for a number of years,
has returned to her parental
homo for the present and a part
of Si her summer vacation. Her
mother, Mrs. F. O. Needham, who
has been confined home quite
steadily, because of the serious
automobile accident that a son
sustained some time ago, has re
turned with Mrs. Clifford Tong
land, another daughter to Co
quille on Coos bay for a brief rest
and visit. Mrs. Tongland has been
here for a week or two.
Ralph Filsinger, a former West
Salem boy, who has beea. employ
ed in the Buster Brown shoe
store in Klamath Falls for a
number of years, was a house i
gnest of home folks, the E. N.
Filsinger family for a number of
A lovely gift shower was ten
dered Mrs. Arthur Sprout, nee
Lucy Needham the last of the
week, when a number of her
friends and relatives gathered at
her home, bringing dainty parcels
and; lovely roses. Games were
played and attractive refresh
ments were served by Mesdamea
Phil Hathaway, F. O. Needham
and Miss Gertrude Needham.
About a quarter of a hntdred of
Mrst Sprout's friends attended.
er, Mess Sergeant Walter V.
Schooler, Supply Sergeant George
D. Jones, Platoon Sergeants Ad
rian L. Schooler and .Harold B.
John C. Kinns, company clerk;
Ellis R. Wilhelm, first cook;
John P. Jones, second cook; Har
ry Welsh, kitchen police; Jarrell
McArthur, musician; George S.
First platoon. Mortar squad:
Corporal Harry S. Sims, Privates
Fred Thomas. Walter L. School
er, John R. Barrett, D. Rerick,
Donald E. Jones, Alden T. Watt
and Henry D. Wilson. Ammuni
tion squad Privates Donald
Peak, Marvin C. Moore, Richard
J. Harding, Arnold D. Halter,
Floyd M. Davis, Eldridge R. Stan
ton, Curtis A. Nelson. Thirty
seven gun squad Corporal Fred
J. Kinns, Privates Chauncey M.
McDougall, William M Crissell,
Arthur C. Brachmann, Frank J.
Pavalek, Willard W. Harling,
Walter F. Wengenroth, Earl O.
Thomas and Edwin S. Barrett.
Second platoon. Mortar squad
Corporal Edward W. Berhorst,
Privates Chester L a v 1 e r, E.
Crooks, Chester Berg, Ralph
Lutz, Lawrence Parmenter, Bill
B. Wengenroth, Lewis F. Keller
haus Ammunition squad Cor
pora: David L. Robertson, Pri
vates Virgil L. Davis, Wayne A.
Stanton, Lester R. Wampole,
John Norman, Albert Krebs, Jack
Campbell, Flavelle Stanton. Thirty-seven
gun squad Corporal
Albert K. Wengenroth, Privates
Earl Jurgens. Ross McDougall,
Merle Rice, Jerome Hanlon, Mar
lin Holm, Sidney Swofford.
Charles Hockett and Delbert
WOODBURN, June 10 Next
Tuesday morning, June 14, at 8:
60 a. m. Woodburn's national
guard unit will entrain for the
annual summer encampment at
Camp Clatsop. Monday night the
guard company will give a fare
well dance In the armory, the
money to be used In the corn
party's mess fund.
Tho personell of the company
Captain Elburn T. Sims, com
pany commander; First Lieuten
ant Everett J. Hughes, command
er of first platoon; Second Lieu
tenant H. C. Dixon, commander
of second platoon.
First Sergeant Kenneth School-
Pythian Sisters Hold
Flag Day Exercises
AURORA, June 10 At a meet
in? of Una Temple Pythian Sis
ters Wednesday night flag day
was most appropriately observed
by a program consisting of patri
otic songs; "The Origin of the
FlaK" by the Most Excellent Chief
Lillian Snyder; Lincoln's Address
at Gettysburg by Walter Fry: and
a patriotic reading by Elinore
Reed, which was a prelude to a
nicely prepared supper and a so
Mosiers Enroute to
Idaho For Vacation
is so different from the Idaho cli
mate. They Intend to remain In
Idaho when Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
rMoiser return to Oregon in two
ZENA, June 10 Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Moiser of Zena accompanlea
by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Moiser, left Thursday by motor
for Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moi
ser whose home is in Hill City,
Idaho, have been guests at the
Moiser home here the past winter
and spring and greatly enjoyed
their visit here, especially the
mild weather in the winter which
BOY BREAKS BONE
JEFFERSON, Jnne 10 Bobby,
small son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Sherwood, who lives three miles
northeast of here, fell from a tree
and was injured. He was brought
to the office of the local physician.
where an x-ray revealed a frac
ture of one bone of his left arm.
R,, I-I..Klw r.rAiim valescing at her, home here from
a-jr a w -f- a oneration she underwent May
It is the second hospital ex-
MRS. MILLER BETTER
MONMOUTH, June 10. Mrs.
Ines Miller of the rural depart
ment of the normal school Is con-
HUHBAtiLi, june lu-ney. . Derience for Mrs. Miller within six
A. xnarcy. moinouisi ouyerimcii- month. i. h wa nhllrpri tr nn.
dergo a major operation Decern
dent of this district, met with
members of the Federated
churches at the Congregational
church Wednesday night.
The following reports were
given: Sunday school, Mrs. H. L.
Carl, Sunday school superinten
MONMOUTH, June 10. Off i-
dent. reDorted 80 members in the cers were all reelected for the
Sunday school and financial con
dition good. Mrs. Neva McKentie,
president of the Guild, reported
shingling the church roef and
paying $28 on the minister's sal
ary. Mrs. Julius Stauffer, finan
cial secretary; Mrs Waldo Brown
normal alumni association which
convened here June 4: President,
N. A. Baker, Portland: vice-nresl-
dent, J. B. V. Butler, Monmouth;
secretary, Blanche Radley, Mon
mouth; treasurer, I. C. Powell,
MONMOUTH. June 10. Mon
mouth young men and women who
have been away teaching or at
tending college are now arriving
home to spend the summer. Miss
Beth Partridge, commercial in
structor In the Roseburg high
school. Is here for a vacation with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M.
Partridge. Miss Partridge fell and
broke her left arm about six
weeks ago, but was able to con
tinue with her schoolroom duties.
and is now regaining use of the
Morris Gentle, who has been
teaching at The Dalles, is helping
with summer farm work at home.
The Gentles report a loss of sev
eral acres of alfalfa hay due to
continued damp cloudy weather
which made curing impossible.
Irving Swenson. who has been
attending Oregon State college, is
Logging Camps Are
Closed to Permit
Testimony in Suit
SILVERTON, June 10. The
Silver Falls Timber company log
ging camps have been down this
week in order to allow the camp
foreman and 20 others to testify
soon In the million dollar snit
questioning the responsibility of
the forest fire two years ago. The
Eastern & Western Logging com
pany is defendant in the action,
which was begnn, it Is understood
here, by the insurance company
that protected the losses of the
SILVERTON. June 10 Anoth
er purebred . animal has been
brought to Silverton. Golden King
of Nuvu were purchased for the
H. A. Brandt herd of Silverton
from George Ramsden of Mac
STRICKLAND'S TO MOVE
AURORA, June 10 The S. A.
Stoner residence on Main street
recently vacated by the removal
Of F. E. Morrison to Portland,
will soon be occupied by the fam
ily of A. L. Strickland which is
moving from the property owned
by the heirs of the late Mrs. Hill.
"The Herring Terror
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Saturday, Jan 11
KOAC 650 Ke. CorrIlla
:30 M.ii-al eye opnez.
13:35 Market reports, crop and weath
er report. .
6:30 Kmda-Stritmater orchestra.
T:45 Market report, erops ani watb
. KGW 20 Xc Portland
T:S0 Piano recital.
Cook in r arhool.
Iit0"l ram and H-Mne bom.
J:15-Weateni Arricnlture, SBC.
O..JI. Plumber. '
1:3 String-wood ensemble. .
i:!2Ai"OB Weeks' orchestra.
, :I5 CiTie eoncert.
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f T :80 CeNft- eoncert.
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NOTICE OP FINAL
Notice is hereby glyen that the
undersigned have filed in the
County Court of the State of Ore
gon, for the County - of Marion,
their duly verified final account
as administrators with the will
annexed of the last will and testa
ment and estate of Ida J. Zimmer
man, deceased, and that said Conrt
has fixed Tuesday, the 14th day of
June. 1932. at the hour of ten
o'clock A. M. of said day, as the
time, and the County Court Room
in Salem, Marion County, Oregon,
as the place for hearing said final
account and all objections thereto.
Dated at Salem, Oregon this
14th day of May, 1932.
CLINTON D. CHORPENINO,
Administrators with the will an
nexed of the last will and testa
ment, and estate of Ida J. Zimmer
RONALD C. GLOVER, Attorney
for Administrators, Salem, Ore-gon.-M.14-21-28-J.4-ll.
TO WHOM IT MAT CON
CERN: Notice is hrh
that the UNION AUTOMOBILES
AND CASUALTY COMPANY.
Los Angeles, California, has de
cided to withdraw from the State
of Oregon. It has requested the
return of its deposit made with
the Insurance Commissioner and
delivered to and now held by the
State Treasurer in accordance
with the law governing casualty
Dated at Salem, Oregon this
19th day ot April, 1932.
A. H. AVERILL, Insurance Com
By D ARRELL McCLURE
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By JIMMY MURPHY
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