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WOODBURN. July. 13 Fnneral 1 .
Elmer Wing Injures Head in
Fall From Barn; in
GERVAIS. July 1 J -E 1 h t y
members - of the Harrison Cuts
forth elan met in annual reun
ion at Hazel Green Sunday. Thir
ty or : more came over : from
Brownsville and .there were
about SO from Gerrals section. A
picnic dinner was serred at noon
and In the afternoon a short pro
gram was riven In the dance
The "Hungry Seven" thorns
composed of three sons of Dale
Cutsforth, three sons of Sidney
Cutsforth and Gael, son of Russ
Cutsxortn, sang several n nbers,
A ladles' quartet composed of
Lillian .Cutsforth, Tressa Rae,
Zona Schwab and Vera Harper.
also sang and Mrs. Sidney Cuts
xortn cave readings.
J. EL Cutsforth of Gerrals was
re-elected president of the clan
and Fred Harrison of Browns
rllle was elected secretary. The
clan meets the second Sunday in
July. The meeting is to be held
In Bryant park in Albany next
Friends are expecting word
from Elmer Wing, who is in the
Veterans' hospital in Portland
where he was taken Saturday
renin g following a fall which re
sulted in a serious injury to his
head. Mr. Wing was assisting in
patting hay in the barn loft at
the H. W. Flckel place west of
The trip rope on the hay fork
broke allowing Mr. Wing to fall
to the ground, lighting on the
back of his head. He was rushed
by ambulance to Portland from
where it was reported that he
had suffered a skull fracture.
Mr. and Mrs. Wing came here
from Idaho last November. They
were getting ready to leave the
first of the week for California
to make their home. Mr. Wine
disposed of his stock at an auc
tion sale held at the Gerrals
stoek yards last Wednesday.
Fire which caught from a
park from the chimney burned
a section of the roof off the F. A.
Mangold residence Monday noon.
The burned section is now being
repaired and Mr. Mangold mar
re-roof the entire south side of
The annnal dinner given by
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Appearing slightly weaned from bis harried round-trip to Chicago,
Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt, Democratic nominee for the Presidency,
rtill manand to smile his acknowledgment of the nlandits of his well-
wishers as he drove to the executive mansion in Albany, N. after
his arrival from the Windy City. Despite a heavy rain, a great crowd
turned oat to welcome the Democratic siandard-oearer.
Westl Salem News
WEST SALEM, July 113. MfB.
Catherine Helbert with her son.
for another week. .,
Miss Dorothy Hunt of Wallace,
Joseph Helbert and son, Junior, Idaho. srranddaushter of T. J.
of Los Angeles, CaL, are making Hunt who has been rlsiting here
a rislt to the home of: their son for some little time, left Wednes-
and brother, and his family the jay for her home in Idaho, motor-
A. J. Helberts, and will remain in e there with some neichbors.
who were coming to Salem for a
the Sacred Heart parish is to be trip.
given Sunday, July 24 in the I Several Moves Told
Keppinger grove which faces the! Mr. and Mrs. Frederick S. Birch
Pacific highway just south of and grandson. Bob Mather, have
Gervals. Chicken dinner will be moved to Klngwood heights to
served from noon till I o'clock, make their home in the Elmer
Games, contests and other amuse-1 D. Cook residence on the King-
ments will occupy the afternoon, I wood Heights road
J. A. Ferschweiler is general! Mrs. Donald Kuhn and little
chairman with the following as- son, Donald have been visiting at
sistants: dinner, Miss Sophie Nib- her parental home at Dayton for
MIDDLE GROVE, jnly It.
The senior ; Christian1 Endeavor
celebrated ' Its second birthday
July 8 with a picnic In the Her
man Wacken woods. Those pres
ent for the evening, were Lola
Hammer, Mildred Wacken, Earl
Hammer, : Esther' - Hammer,
Charles Bangert, : Juanlta McCal-
llster, Genera Hammer, Leo Ham
mer, Norman McCalllster, Darld
Bartruff. Alfred McCalllster, Ce
cil Bartrutf, Harry Feddern, El
mer Wacken, -Roberta . Bartruff,
Katherine Sen art, Delbert Bibby
of Labish, Leonard ' Hammer,
Mrs. W. H. Schart, ' Clyde Ran
dall, Rer. H. R. Scheuerman, Al
bert Miller of Yakima, Washing
ton, Mrs. Laurence Hammer.
After n marshmellbw roast
Mrs. Hammer surprised the guests
with a large angel food cake and
The senior C. E. league held
its weekly derotlonal meeting at
the F. F. Walker home Sunday
night. Mr. Walker has been suf
fering with his eyes for the past
few months. The trouble is
caused from the small pox which
he had early this year.
Members of the Junior Sunday
school class met at the W. H.
Scharf home for a social time and
to do some hand work for the
Sunday school booth at the fair
next fall. Juniors present were
George Bartruff, Milton Scheuer
man, Genera Hammer, Murray
Dan, Buddy Randall, Robert
Putnam, Harry Scharf.
Steal Cared Hams
Thieres entered O. Jewett's
smoke house recently in spite of
the lock and stole a large supply
of cured meat.
Mr. Lultr Bosier of East St
Louis, Missouri and Mrs. Verna
Goodman of Centralla, Illinois,
are rlsiting at the home of their
sister, Mrs. Lena Bartruff, for
several months. Mrs. Bosier, Mrs.
Goodman and Mrs. Bartruff ac
companied Mr. and. Mrs. Toney
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Here's the newest member of ths
Bonos Army Expeditionary Force,
bat he didnt hitch hike to the cant
tal tha stork brought him. Tbs
baby, shown with his mother, Mrs ,
Edmond Pippenbrink, wife of a
Florida veteran, who is with be
husband on the Bonos Front, was
born in the Gallinger Hospital. He
is the yoangestinember of ths
ler, Mrs. J. B. Susee and Mrs. A.
DeJardin; amusements, Clyde
Cutsforth, Joe Kuhn and A. De
Jardin; refreshments, ; Wenzel
Edre, Leo Bauman and Fred
Eder; grounds and traffic, Law
rence Grassman, Joe Zellner and
Adam Schell Sr. The candy booth
will be in charge of the young
ladles of the parish.
Elected' for Year
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some time, returning the first of
The Marrin Lewis family, who
bare been living on Rosemont
avenue, have moved into the
rooms In thei service station on
the Wallace road Mr. and Mrs.
Fred C. Sheffe, newlyweds, who
were married June 25, moved
right away into their new home,
590 Rosemont avenue.
There has been considerable
moving in and out recently,
among whom are the E. A. LIgon
family, from ' Salem who have
moved into the residence on Edge-
water street, recently -vacated by
the Peterson family, who moved
into 730 McNary street. The
Charles Bryants have' moved from
the Klngwood apartments to Sa
lem, the R. T. Sporgue family and
the N. M. Graves folks have mor-
ed into 1560 and 1230 Skinner.
respectively, and the J. O. May-
fields, Herman Cutlers. William
Hinsils and the Gnstraps hare re
moved from town. The Arthur Ak-
ers hare mored Into the residence
recently vacated by the Bedeaas
at 285 McNary avenue.
The fine new $4000 residence
on Klngwood terrace, that Mr
McCoy is erecting tor Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Evans Is progress
ing nicely, the cement was ran
lost week, and workmen are pre
paring for the erection of the so
Newport over the
AURORA, July 13 At the an
nual meeting of the Stafford
Pickle company Monday night, the
following directors were named
A. W. Krans. E. O. Robinson, H.
O. Ziegler, George Wutster and
William Asqaith while doing
some repair work on his house
Monday, fell from the root,
breaklnr his collar bone.
The Black Dragon life saving
corps sponsored by the American
Red Cross, will be here again. Be
ginning Monday of next week les
sons will be given both afternoon
and erening. Children wlu be
given preference daring the after
noon hoars. All desiring to take
lessons are requested to enroll
with Mrs. Reed before the end of
this week. Those not having ad
mission tickets to the park, will
be admitted free while the les
sons are -in progress provided en
rollment Is made before the end
of the week. A large class took
advantage of this service last
ROBERTS. July 13. The Pet
tyjohns held their annnal reunion
at the. home of W. C Pettyjohn.
After a bountiful basket dinner.
a short business meeting was held
retaining the same officers for
next Tear. - , j ' ;
The program committee anoint
ed was Bliss Fiddler. Bessie Pet
tyjohn and Reba .Edwards.
A short program which was en-
Joyed very much was as follows:
Readings Miss Bessie Pettyjohn,
song. Patsy Cannon, recitation.
Betty Jane Conner, song, Jeannie
Fiddler and a group of songs by
Those present were M. and Mrs.
Lonls Pettyjohn and Miss Bessie
Pettyjohn of Grande Ronde; Mrs.
Ella Larmer or ; Sheridan; Mr.
Raymond Rnssel of MeMlnnrille:
Mr. and Mrs. Will Edwards' of
Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. James
Blackwell of Jefferson; Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Dangan and child
ren Martha and Charles of Bar
bank, CaL; Mr. Herman Hensel
and grandson Warren Ptorkman
of Woodland, CaL; Mrs. Lena
Hughes, of Portland; Mr. and
Mrs. L. D. Pettyjohn of Oregon
City; Mrs. Winnie Pettyjohn. Pat
sy Cannon, Charles Cannon, Mr.
and Mrs. Mervan Fiddler and
daughter Jeannie, Mr. and Mrs.
O. W. Martin, Betty Jane Connor.
John Fiddler all of Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Bliss Fiddler. Mr.
and Mrs. George Hlggens, Henry
Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Ew
wards and children June and Le-
roy, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Pettyjohn,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Pettyjohn and
daughter Maxine, all of Roberts.
ROBERTS. July 13. Gordon
Bowman had the misfortune to
get his leg broken and very bad
ly crashed and bruised, but Is
getting along very nicely.
FOB FAMILY MEET
TURNER, July 13 The Bon
lea farm was a scene of home
coming for the third annual cel
ebration of the birthdays of Mrs.
Joe Elston of Brownsville and
J. M. Bones of Turner. Other
guests of honor whose birthdays
occurred recently were Jessie
Winkler and Mrs. Dwlght Ben
nett of Vancouver. Blanche El
ston of Brownsville, George
Faulk of Turner, A. L. Bones
and Ersel Mundlnger of Salem
Long tables were placed on the
lawn beneath large walnut trees.
Four large birthday cakes were
presented by Mrs. W. J. Winkler.
Mrs. Ersel Mundlnger, Mrs. Mary
Barr and Miss Hlldred Bones.
Other guests, during the day
and erening were, Mr. and Mrs
Clarence Mundlnger, Mrs. Car
Scott, Mrs. Riley Robertson, Mrs.
Boomed for the Republican nomina
tion for Governor of New York ts
xeed Governor 1 Franklin D.
Roosevelt, Colonel William J. Done
raa ( above) is said to be the fare rite
candidate of the Hoover adminis
tration. A native of Buffalo, N. Y,
Colonel Donovan fought in :. the
World War and served as assistant
to the Attorney General in . the
services for : Miss. Eva? Laura i
Thomas.' 25, who died of pneu--'
monla in a Salem hospital Monday'
night, will be held Thursday af-
temoon In the chapel of Hall's
mortuary. Rer. Glenn 8.' Har-.
tong, pastor ' of the ' Wood barm
Methodist Episcopal church, win 5
Miss Thomas was 111 from a
cold for about three weeks. She ) .
contracted pneumonia three days ;
ago and was taken to the hospital
Saturday night. Burial will be at
a cemetery In Clinton. Minn. f .
She Is survived by her mother. ?
Mrs. Ullie Thomas; sisters Irene I
and Leona of Woodburn, Mrs. 1
John Connelly- of West Wood-1
barn. Mrs. 8am Connelly of Or-'
tonvllle, Minn., Mrs. O. M. John-1
son of Clinton, Minn., and Mrs.
Knned Nellson of Minneapolis; 1
and brothers Earl of Woodburn. 1
narry oc uonaia. ana Clarence
and Willis of Ortonvtne.
Neva Mundlnger. : Mrs. Pryor
Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. O. Ha
selwood, G. E. Stewart, all of
Salem, Mr. and Mr. M. H. Staad-
lfer and granddaughter Doris
Londeen of Fruitland, Mrs. W. J.
Winkler and ' Dwlght Bennett of
Vancouver, wash.. Mr. and Mrs.
George Findley, Crawfordsvllle;
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Elston and
Blanche Elston, , Brownsville;
Mrs. Mary Barr, Mrs. C. A.
Bones, Lester. Bones, George
Faulk. Mr. and Mrs. Hollls L.
Bones. Turner; also other mem
bers of the family present. Hazel
Bones, Harlan. Ruth, Keith and
Mrs. J. M. Bones and daughter
Hlldred -who arranged for the oc
MOTOR TO MONTANA
SILVERTON, July 13 Miss
Alma Halrorsoa and her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Halrorson, have
motored to Ansta, Montana to
visit a brother and . son. Omar
Halverson. Upon retaining Miss
Halvorson. who has been teach
ing in Bend, will spend the re
mainder of the summer here with
GHU. TO WOOLEYS
EAST WOODBURN. July If
Mr. and Mrs. James Woolsy
are receiving felicitations upon
the arrival of their first child, a
girt. She has been named Mar-
Mrs. C. Zimmerman
Has All of Family
Together Recently f
AURORA. July 13 Mrs. i
lAtnenne Zimmerman has been -made
very happy this summer by
hawa all .1. i - . '
""! ui memven or aer . .
family visit her. At a reunion Y
of the Will clan recently of J
which she is a member, there
were four generations present.-:
They were" Mrs. Catherine Zim
merman of Aurora, A. D. Zim
merman, eldest son, Mrs. A. D.
Zimmerman and their children
Mrs. F. A. Stromberg. Mildred
and Jack Zimmerman all of Ala
meda. CaL. and Mrs. Sternberg's
two daughters Norma and Nancy
who are great grandchildren of
Mrs. Catherine Zimmerman. ,
Other members of the family
present were Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Webert, Mr. and Mrs. J olios A.
Zimmerman and children. Roy
Maxine, Raymond, van, Kenneth,
and Donald all of Albany. Ralph
C. and Allan J. Zimmerman of
Aurora and Elmer M. Zimmer
man, wife and son of Portland. A.
D. Zimmerman, chief engineer for
the Fleishman Yeast company at
Alameda, made a trip to Sumner.
Wash., while here to inspect' the
branch plant stationed at that
The Zimmerman left Thurs
day for their California home
Their daughter Mildred will re
main for several weeks with relative.
Joreen Lucille. The little miss Sa
a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. F. Rlgdoa of this section.
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Lee at Gettysburg?
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the Arctic Ocean in Siberia?
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25 Wke waa Topya girl friend,
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27 What largo river ia Shetland
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city in Germany ia located on
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Islands was tko scene of Com
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the first book against slavery
in the United States?
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