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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1932)
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The uUEUUrt staxiiaii, saiem;
Ortoh Friday Morning; 'July IS.
4 .' f 3
1 Woodbiirri New
Salem man Elected , Presi
dent of Group, Which
'Meets at old Home
TURNER. Jftly 14 The 11th
nintl reunion of the lfcKlnney-
Tvtrhv rmiiiM u hsU Saasar
at the usasl picnic ground on the
Aid William w. McKlnner farm
fntiv niiiMi anntheasi of Turner.
. Rel&tlTen were present from Se
attle, Portland, Vancoarer, from
Ltaa eoanty and .nearby paints.
rvr 100 nartaolr Of the boantlfnl
dinner la the shade ot Urge fir
trees. A. short program was en
. Inviwf ' t; .
J. w. f cftlnner enreased ao-
preciatloa ot the i lives ot four
v members who passed away daring
the year. They were E. J. Bower,
i n; DAt. Hon. C. A. Johns.
and Clinton Traey.T It was noted
that the Darby members outnum
i hAMwl thnsA of the McfCl&ner f am
' Hies for the first time on the an-
, naal picnic
THa of fleers for the next rear
are: president, Wi W. McKinney
of 8alem, and Mrs Mary McKin-
Children of the original family
: present were: John and Mayro
McKlnney, Mrs. Fnny Ball, Mrs
Alice Tracr and Mrs. Onte Lours
f worth. ' Mrs. Martha Adams of
Portland the eldest Urine child.
and Miss' Ann McKlnney of Tnr-
. ner, were anabie to be present.
nr. ana Mrs. wimim w. tcain
I WOODBURN. Julr 14 Mr and
Mrs. J. J. Hall attended a meeting
ot the Roletsoa clan Sunday in
Portland, Tfcs meeting was o
hare been In Laorelhurst park but
the rain maae it necessary to .noia
It In the Washington Matontc
halt There were about 70 In at
tendance. " J
Arthnr Johnson succeeded W.
W. Hall as president of the elan.
The secretary-treasurer Is Camlle
Hall White. There were a num
ber ot Impromptu speeches and a
banquet Mr. and Mrs. Bea Hall
and their daughter Mary Jo, of St.
Louis,' were the persons from
the farthest distant point ta at
tend. :. - v I ."
Gardes Club Electa j
ifrs. Richard Yates was el acted
president ot the Woodburn Car
ney left Missouri la the spring ot
1847 with a wagon tram ror ure-
ffon. Ther reached The Danes
too late to take the cattle farth
er so they were left to look after
the stock. Immediately following
the Whitman massacre (near Wal
la Walla) they were threatened
with violence at the hands ot tren
ekwt Indiana end only br etratery
were their lire Bared, they es-
raned to Oreeon City, rescuing
there Christmas day 1847. jThe
rattle were aerer found. The
family's early home was situated
havnnff Marfan where Mr. McKla-
ney operated a grist mill on) the
Santlam roer, later he rormed a
partnership with H. L. Turner to
tMtlld a rrist mllL which led to
the founding of the town of Sclo
la Una county.
dea club Tuesday sight when the
regular business meeting was
held la the . social rooms of the
city library. Mrs. Walter School
er Is Tice president and secretary
treasurer is Mrs. Guy ngt. Re
tiring president is Mrs. Ida Parr.
There was a lengtny oiscaaaiou
nfirarnlnr the adrlsabUlty - Of
cleaning up a number ot ansightly
lnta in the eftT. MTS. J. J. tUU
was appointed press eorrespona-
ent. Other officers and commit
tees will be annotated later. Next
month's meeting win neia in
the yards belonging to Mrs Kicn
ard Yates aad Mrs. Guy Ragle.
IAS Ijoraas ueeiTea
Wednesday was the last day
that a n contracted - loeanberries
were receired at the Ray-Brown
cinnAnr whether or not the
amount of contracted berries re
ceired will warrant tne locat
nlant'a ooeratloa la not known.
Some beliere that the contracted
berries wilt be shipped to ILills
boro tor eannlng.;;:.r..i;"v ' f i
Henry Aleher, whe Ures about
three miles east of, Woodburn, Is
la a Salem hospital In a critical
eondltlea. II Is auffering iwlth
a malady ot the beala. VS! - - H
Ladles Aid Meet '.
Mrs. Stanley Adams was hostess
to the Ladles Aid society ot the
Woodburn Presbyterlaa church
Wednesday afternoon. A special
feature of the meeting was a mu
sical program, which was under
the direction or Mrs. Eiburn T.
sims.- - .'
The program was: two plane
deets. by Marybelle and - Alice
May Adams: a group ef songs.
suae by Patty Sims, aeeompanled
by Mrs. Frank Proctor: two selec
tions by the Woodburn lyric trio.
made up ot Mrs. Paul pembertoa.
Helen and Joyce Wood fin; a group
ot duets played oa two pianos, by
Joyos and Helea Wood f la; aad a
song by Burton Wllielora.
: The meeting was. of course,
opened by the prestdeat. Mrs.
Layman. Derotloaal serrlces were
lead by Mrs. O. R, Duncan, i
Special rlsltors or the meeting
were Mrs. kox Kea, airs. u. w.
KnotU, Mrs. Raymond Kramer.
Mrs. Prank MacCamas. and Mrs.
Frank Proctor, an of Woodhara;
Mrs. Cecil Idea of Saa Francisco,
aad Miss Pays Foster ot Bend.
Refreshments were eerred by
the hostesses Mrs. Stanley Adams,
Mrs. Lester Smttn, Mrs. Clara
Pike and Mrs. W. IL Boha.
The next msetfag of the Ladies
Aid society will "he held Wednes
day aftefnoon.' August 19, la the
beautiful gardea ot Mrs. O. W.
Nores. Additional hostesses will
be Mrs. C. IL Duncan, Miss Mollis
voorhees end Mrs. H. J. Miller.
Kill ICaro Group
Has Jolly Tirne oa
Picnic at Beach
INDEPENDENCE, July 14
Tiaest Tims Brer was the re
port of KIU-Kars Klah members
whs picnicked Sunday oa . the
beaches along , the Roosevelt
highway gotnr Tta CorraUls to
Newport aad returning along the
Salmon rlrer eat-oft. - .
Lancheoa at DePe ' bay and
ep at Nelseoti vers Soar at
fairs. The a&tural attracUons
U DsPos bay. sadsrground Uke,
srsTlcss. natural bridge sad, the
seeaa new held the interest oi
Us group until lata la the af
ternoon, when, they motorea to
H.tumtL I -
Those enjoying the trip ers4
Mr. and Mrs. C O. sioper, ; Mr.
aad Mrs. W. XL Cockle. Mr. and
un i. A. Robbie. Me. and Mrs.
p L. Hedges. Mr aad Mrs. & K.
Addison. Bettr aad Bill- Addison.
Mr. aad Mrs. Harruoa tiranc.
Erelya Brant. . Mr. aad Mrs. J.
ft MpfHtoah. Mrs. Kteu cat-' -
breath, Delbert Ta;lot.f indepen-
deuce, and Mr., aad Ura Erer-
etts Cooks, Eugens. ; .
OERVAIS. July 'llThs foU'
iswlngr births are reported by a.
local physleiaa for July: a daugh
ter, Doris Marie, to Mr., and Mrs.
John Meithof of Clear Lake July
Si a daughter. Shirley Asa. te
Mr. aad Mrs. Virgil 8poe of
Hopmere July I; a soa to Mr. and..
Mrs. M. J. Mahoney July t and a
sob. LeRoy Earl, to Mr. sad Mrs.
Earl R. Duaa J my s.
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