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Tie OHGGON STATESMAN. Sakia. Oregon. Wednesday Morning, August 17, 1931
OF LIST HEBE
10,000 SEE DIVING STARS, KISS
Big League Surprises
By HARDIN DUHNLEY
SBB'""'-"" -"-'' ""-""'?'wt V"0-' " "':t.- i. 'i
Robbins, Brown, Hogan and
Moe are in; Walker cup
, Players an Enter J
. PORTLAND. Att. l--(AP)
Prank DolPt : Oregon state cham-
nlon: Johnny Bobbins, Joe Brown,
Don Moe, western amateur cham
pion, and Eddie Hogan, all of
Portland, ouallf led In the order
named today to represent the Pa
cific northweat district In the na
tional amateur championship or
the United States Golf association
at Baltimore next month.
playing over the Alderwood j
Country club eourse which was j
the ecene here recently of the Pa
cific Northwest Amateur Golf as
sociation - tournament, Dolp led
the field with a one oyer par card
ofitlS for-the double round. Rob
, In took a 147, Brown a, 148 and
Moe and 'Hogan tied a4150. '
Johnny Shields, Seattle, the
.onry Washington state entrant,
was not here for the Qualifying
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 14.
(AP) -Francis H. I. Brown of
Honolulu. B. Chandler Eean of
Pebble Beach and Medford, Ore.,
and Stuart HawVy, Jr., Alameda,
Cal.. Qualified day for the na
tional amateur golf championship
to be . played next month at the
Baltimore country cluo. .
(By the Associated Press)
tied by nine membefs of the
Walker Cup team, nearly 600 of
the nation's leading slmon-pures
battled Old Man Par In 18 dis
tricts yesterday In the annual sec
tional qualifying round for the na
tional amateur golf championship.
When the day's firing was over,
between 150 and 175 had gained
places for themselves in the start
ing field of the championship
proper, opening at Baltimore Sep
All 10 members of the Walker
Cun team will be there. Francis
Ouimet, captain of the team, was
exempt from yesterday's qualify
ing test, and his nine team-mates
all made the grade. George voigt.
George Dunlap, Maurice McCar
thy and Jess Sweetser qualified in
the New York district, Billy How
ell at Washington; Jimmy Johns
ton at St Paul; Charlie Seaver atH
Los Angeles; Jack Westland at
Chicago, and Don Moe at Port
"T74E CLEVELAND TEAM - E
THE IA4DIAAJS MADE" A - r f' ' "
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A BIG FACTOR. lAi
PIRATES PEAJAJAAJT CSUSH
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' Suds two Runs Ahead
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coast ixxavm '
W. X. TH. ' -- W. 1. Tei.
PortU'4 7 SS .5721 8m'U TO 4S
HUT. 7T SI .5ABtU 64 TS .467
8m r. 74 J J48 0klB4 T .428
1 A. 75 n .S47 UiMia .54 84 .S81
PORf LAND. Aug. It -(AP) -Back
home after, two 'disastrous
weeks on the - road, ' Portland's
Ducks tonight defeated Seattle, ,1
to 4 - . , -
Until the eighth inning It look
ed, like victory for the Indiana,
who had gathered four rang .in
the fifth while the best Portland
could . do was two runs in their
half of the same Inning.
: There the score stood until the
last half of the eighth. Then the
Ducks, on six singles and assisted
by two Indian' errors, collected
fiye runs and won the ball game.
Seattle .............. .4 8 1
Portland ...7 15. 1
Walters and Cox; Zanhiser and
Saca Btill Climbing
SACREMENTO, Aug. 16.
(AP) Sacramento continued its
victory pace against the Oakland
Acorns tonight, winning Its sixth
straight game, 7 to 1. The Sac
ramentoes have won 12 of their
last 18 games, all of them since
Earl - McNeely replaced Buddy
Ryan as manager. Flynn hurled
the victory but had to be reliev
ed by Bryan In the eighth after
filling the bags on three walks.
Joiner hurled good ball but boots
by his mates made his game one
Oakland 1 8
Sacramento 7 10
Joiner, Daglia and Ramondl;
Flynn and Wlrts.
! Biff Boys Show Much Action -
And Speed; Falls Conic I
In Rapid Succession '
MICKEY BILE Y GALITZEN AND GEORGIA COLEMAN
Love's Baste bwraed eHfktly im Let AagW tWetker 4ay tkat tee
' tkowMBcl fteenU, atteadlag the Olyaapie gmmt; f ll ad nw its warstk.
Corgeeea Georgia Celesaaa, lovely yemng Calif mUa blMcU, Lad jst
wea tke weaiea Olympic livuig duuMpioaabip. She kad jet ceaipUted
kr reatiae ef kigh aad faacy dive with a grace aad perfect! tkat
kad breagkt tke crowd te its feet. Georgia kaa, literally, tk liaee ef
yooag geddoM, aad tk wara kr drM aa well as the wear kr
Olympic ea-pic diviag emit. Nearly all f tk alekra expected tkat
Ik fair aw diviag t weald iaamedia'tely ra to tk clkk aad
ckamg iat a ckarauaf aftera frock te receive kr trpkie. Tk
casM tk atertliag aad tkrilliag arprU. -A few feet away fra G rgia
stood Mr. Mickey Riley Galitxea, kU kead acctoad bow, after tare
ays f weariag it, to th crowa eatbUa&atie f ta werM diviag ckaaa
Oscar Butler of , Portland de
feated -Toby Wallace of Tancoo
ver by two out of three falls 1m
the livelier .of two bouts on the
double malnevent wrestling' card
at. the armory Tuesday night..
These' boys -put k 'lot of . actios
Into their bout and gained more
applause than the' pair who pre
ceded! them; v .
Wallace won the first: fall I
quick time, sonnenberglng - But
ler and pinniifg his sheulders t
the mat in 2 minutei and 3t
seconds. Butler came back an
won tike second with a backward;
body slam in 11 minutes. .Tho
third round also . was . short . and
inappy, Butler raising .Wallae
aloft, la an , airplane spin and -spilling
him for the fall 11 1
minutes. 20 seconds. A ; .
"Bo" Campbell.. the collegia. -
prevailed over "Dutch- Merlin la-.
the first bout which also was not
featured by long - drawn - oat -ronnds.
Merlin took the first fall
In I minutes SO seconds with a
"Merlin special" but In so do
ing Injured his leg. and was alow -
ed up for the remainder of tte
bout. '. , .- - ,
.Campbell - wasted -. no - . time.
crashing Merlin to ' the. mat itk
I an airplane spin after a mlnnt
and -4 i eecon ls and taking tie
i deciding fall in 8:49 with a ser
ies of headlocks.
The crowd was one of tk
smallest of the season.
FOR NIIJE STRAIGHT
W. U Pet. W.
V. T. 7S SS .690
CUva!. 6S 4S .596
PhiUA. St 41 .595
"Wnk. 61 51 .549
Detroit -68 SS .528
St. Ii. sa SO 69
Caieag SS 74 .337
Bottom .38 88 .346
" NEW YORK, Aug. IS (AP)
' New Tork ran its winning
streak to nine straight games to
day by defeating Detroit IS to t
and 7 to S. Johnny Allen held
the Tigers to six hits in the sec
ond game while Tony Lazcert hit
kis third homer of the day.
Detroit s ... S 13 1
New York 13 14 0
Whttehlll, Marrow, Uhle and
R u e 1. Desautels ; ' - MacFay den,
Moore and Dickey.
Detroit ..T. S B 0
New York 7 S
Myatt and Hayworth; Allen and
THE . pennant races In botk
leaguea have produced many
surprises this year, although
si course it is the National League
scramble that furnished the most
In the junior circuit tke Yankees
and tke Athletics were figured aa
tke contenders, and it torned oat
tkat way, although for a time ear
lier in the race it seemed aa it Con
nie Mack's famed machine was ris
ing completely to pieces. Tke Sena
tors, abo considered as pennant
contender in the pre-eeaaoa predic
tions, failed to dick as well as was
expected, while tke big surprise of
the race was tke brilliant spurt ef
tke Cleveland Indiana. For a time
it seemed tkat Roger Peckinoaurk's
tomahawking tribe might even over
take tke leafue-kadinr Yankees,
and one of tke most notable features
ef tke current baseball season was
tke tremendous crowd whiek wit
nessed tke Cleveland-Philadelphia
eries which opened Cleveland's
magnificent new ball park. The efi-
dal attendance at the first came fat
the new Municipal Stadium was an
nounced aa 80.2&4, which exceeded
the previous attendance mark set in
New York four years ago, when
80,043 saw the Athletics battle the
Yankees in a double-header at the
The utatandinsr stars ef th
Cleveland team are undoubtedly
Ferrell and AverilL Wesley Fer-
rell, - wonderful moundsman, has
been hailed as the best right-hander
since the palmy days of good old Sir
Walter Johnson. Ferrell has not
the likeable personality ef the eld
Washington ace, and many Cleve
land fans seem to take a delight la
booing Wesley when be works en
the mound, actually treating hhn aa
fx ne were an enemy pitcher. Sou,
the only great fault that can be
found with Ferrell is his desire to
win. . Be Is a chesty lad who never
takes defeat with very good grace,
and so the fans always have a swell
time raining him when he Is losing.
Wes wins asoet ef the time, how
ever, se he kas plenty te beVoeky
AverOl is to the Indians' attack
what Ferrell Is to their defense.
Earl is a truly treat outfielder who
has proved himself under fire, aad
should have a good many years ox
brilliant play in front of kizn.
Ia the National Learoe race the
big surprises were furnished by two
Pennsylvania teams, the Prttamrrgh
Pirates and the Philadelphia Phil
lies. The Pirates, incidentally, pos-
tn jf-joya vangnan a young
JJeber Stops Angels
SAU FRANCISCO, Aug. 16.
(AP) Dutch Lieber limited
Lob Angeles to six bingles today
and the Missions won 3 to 2. Los
Angeles tied the score in the
eighth and had two on bases in
the ninth when two were out.
Lieber walked Ditmar, a pinch
t hitter, and then fanned Ballou,
the Los Angeles pitcher.
Los Angeles 2 0
Missions 3 11 1
Ballou and Campbell; Lieber
tieaakip tar aaales. Mickey U grgaa Uaorri a baace. Mtckey ia a
andseat yeug ntaa with abaadaat lclu falliag aaceateellably akt
kia kead. Grgia naked p te Mickey, threw ker arse abt kirn, fell
iat kia wans eabrac, aad tketr lip smc. Tk erwd awarared its ap-
aL Thar waa wU4 cariag. Mcky fcteaaod bat Id kia Uralv
baace firmly aad proadly. .Tkaa, with tk catkeaiaati wU-wieke f
the crowd still riagiag ia their ra, tk Kiag aad Qea f tk divmg
iat ran sauy to taaur respactiv tockara.
shortstop who has been tabbed by
expert obeerrers as the best first
year man la the senior circuit this
season. Vaughan was not seriously
considered as a regular at any time
before the season got under way;
bat once la the game he shewed so
men au-around skill that were was,
a getting him out ef there. Of
eourse, it remains to be seen whether
Vaughaa's fine playing Is merely a
temporary flash In the pan. Floyd
had practically no major league ex
perience before Jumping Into a reg
ular berth with the Pirates; but at
present it certainly looks as U he
um isaoiH goooa.
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 1C.
(AP) Night game, 11 innings:
San Francisco 10 If 1
Hollywood 9 15 S
McDougaL Slmonl, Henderson
and Brensel, Walgren; Turner,
Page and Bassler.
Poreda Wins Decision Over
Camera But Commissioner
Wants to Know How Come
Solons to Visit
The Salem Senators will go to
I Corvallis today to play the Chicks
in return game which was post
poned two weeks ago. Manager
Frank Bashor of the Senators
plans to send "Squeak" Wilson to
the mounds figuring the tall south
paw neeas more work. Nearly all
?J IIZ PI Picnic of Mason
clean sweep over the enthusiastic
NEWARK, N. J., Aug. 14
(AP) Stanley Poreda, 23 year
old Jersey City tighter who re
cently beat Ernie Schaaf, won a
ten round decision tonight over
the giant Primo Camera, but a
shadow feu almost at once over
Shortly after Referee Joe Man
gold of Atlantic City had an
nounced his decision Boxing Com
missioner George E. Keenen, who
was at the ringside, notified Ad
ministrative Agent John Flood he
would ask Mangold later this
week to explain his reasons for
awarding the fight to Poreda.
Outweighed (2 1-2 pounds by
the mountainous Italian, the 22
year old Jersey City pride put on
a late rally that netted 4 Quan
tity of telling body blows and won
the verdict .of Referee Joe Man
gold of Atlantic City. Camera's
own roughness in the early
rounds counted arainst him and
probably cost him the decision.
Poreda Indicated his attack at
the beginning, aiming at his foe's
massive mid-section. Camera's
whipping left kept him away most
of the way but Poreda began to
reach his mark In the seventk and
made the Italian wince and doa
ble up In that session and again
in the ninth and tenth rounds.
DALLAS, Aug. IS. Lynne H.
Black announced Monday that tke
speakers had been selected for the
Roosevelt club picnic at the Dallas
city park on Labor day, Septen
Speakers will be Mrs. Louis
Palmer Webber. Walter B. Glte
son and James W. Maloney, all t
Portland; Harvey G. Starkweath
er of Oregon City, democratic caa
dldate for congressional represen
tative, and Ray Wlsecarver of Me-
Minnvllle, democratic candidate
for secretary of state.
The democrats plan to make
the affair an old-fashioned picnic
wflh band, speeches, athletic con
testa and other Interesting events.
Committees to take charge of tke
arrangements for the picnic were
selected 1 recently and are cow
making plans for the affair.
FAST IT WACO M
Clark. ....... .2 Bahlberg
Keller......... H SlUot
Seguln .S......; Mason
Sexton .... ... .It Mason
Miller cf . . W. Ritchie
Siederstrom . . . .rf . . . . Lunstord
Harder Stone A'a
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. It &nnrt Gnnrf Tax
lP) Mel Harder held the Ath- OpCr I KIUUU& J. OA
letics to eight hits including a
homer by Haas, today to help the
Cleveland Indians down the
league champions S to 2. Earn
akaw allowed the Indians seven
hits, one a homer by Myatt.
Cleveland t t
Philadelphia 2 fl 1
Harder and Myatt; Earnshaw
Solons Beat CbJsox
WASHINGTON, Aug. II
'(AP)-Staging a four run rally
in the eighth, Washington nosed
out Chicago. S to 3 today. -
Chicago .,?.; 1 11 t
Washington ....... I t
' Gaston, Faber and Berry;
Crowder, Weaver and Spencer,
r Berg, . v;
Isn't Charged to
11 municipal corporations of
the state of Oregon. Including
school districts, are exempt from
payment of tax on sporting goods
under the federal revenue tax act I
of 1322, Attorney General Van
! Winkle held In an opinion re
leased here Tuesday.
The opinion was requested by !
C. A. Howard, state superinten
dent of public instruction.
five innings, aad thest the Gl-
rods scored mine runs m the
sixth and the1 footrace was on.
And Star Attracts
Crowd to Stayton
PIRATES STAVE OFF
I. Pet. W. I -Pet.
CkiSM SI SO .5501
ruts, -si aa
BmlL SS SS .535
Pails. St 51 .0041
Bostoa SS -.
St. U f ST .4SS
If. T. ! SO .44
Oacia. .11 SS .42
WHAT A MAN!
PITTSBURGH, Aug. If (AP)
The Pirates saved second plaee
I today when they, rallied In the
eighth to defeat Brooklyn 4 to 9.
Larry French won his own gams
with a double that started the
winning rally. 'v '
Brooklyn :.. 0 7 1
Pittsburgh : 4 I
Clark and Lopes, Sukeforth;
French and Grace.
. Browns Win Opener
BOSTON, Aug. If (AP) St.
Louis took a series opener today
from the Red Sox, 3 to 2. in a
pitchers' battle. - :
EL Louis S 7 1
Boston 1 7
Stewart and Ferrell; Durham,
Kline and Connolly.
These Split .
Yesterday's double header ball
fame between Olinger and Lin
coln seniors left the series still In
doubt, ' when : they ' again split.
Olinger won the first game S to
and was winning the second until
the seventh Inning. Then, with
bases loaded, Bahlberg, Lincoln
econi sacker; poled a homer. Al
together Lincoln scored nine cir
cuits that inning and ended th
game with 12 runs to dinger's .
' Two-more games,-the final
nes, will be played on Thursday.
The starting lineups:
This lant the most pleas
ant weather for golf, especially
ta the middle of the day; but
believe it or not the fellow
who get oat aad loosens ap .
with the ' temperatare 80 aad
upward, has a good chance to
take tbe kinks, t aay, oat ef
his game. Ton stay not know
it, hat "getting hot" literally
Is joss as beneficial ta golf as
ta aay outer gam which re-
tpjlres coordlnerkm. .
Now personally, wo find that
our game always gets better this
time of the year, especially when
playing ea the Salem club course.
The lake has almost dried 'up,
and when the water is all gone.
our score will be three strokes
to the good; two strokes on the
fourth hole and one on the fifth.
We bear the spring handi
cap tourney oat there has fin
ally come to a dose, TJ. 8. Page
' having won the ; third flight
final match, defeating W. H.
Iiytl o aaa.4. we -hear some
talk of ithe president's cup
tooraamcat. conuag ap sooa.
perhaps after another of those
fhllnd bogey" affairs ".which
"are ' popular for mldsammer .
f lay because thiey are modal
play aad don't roqalr matches
'at definite times. . .
I.-v. TTi.. brought the winning run in the
in -Uicu ui , tusuev w m . usi I riffitl
ineir; regular : - swg- supper io- j New Tork .2 7 t
nigni, goit preceoing mo PPrictnciBnatl ; -4 2!
wwcn wiu do rveo i:au.i ntsslmmons and Hogan; Car-
tbo Baiemiuo win nave us stag 1 roI, .nd LombardL O'FarrelL
gamenng iauruity usnu
Field Day to be
Friday will be field day at Olin
ger euy playground. Races of all
sorts, standard and comic, toot
and bicycle, will be run. aa wall
as the usual assortment of jumps
At Lincoln playground, the dav
will be given ever to the annual
dress-up day program.
RUSSELLS ON FARM
STAYTON. Aug. 18 The Ma
sonic-Eastern Star picnic Sunday,
was attended by 75 or more per
sons. Members and their fam
ines from Stayton. Lyons, Mar
lon and Salem were present. Fol
lowing the dinner, the afternoon
was spent playing baseball, vol
leyball, girls' race, boys' race,
fat man's race, a pie eating con
test and a, watermelon eating
contest, as -well as other means
The picnic was held at Martin's
eamp ground a short distance
from Lyons on the Mill City high
The Harry Humphrey s family
were Eugene visiters the first of
BIL.VEKTON, Ann-. 14 Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Russell have gone! the week, going down to assist
10 xsenaiem where they will Mrs. Humphrey's mother. Mrs.
make their home on a small I Eva- Steward, who has just dls
farm. Their tour children. Era! nosed of her residence and ser-
lyn. Phoebe. Dorothy and Donald I vice station, and plana to go back
win go by bus to the Nehalem I te Minnesota for a visit with her
schools. Roy, an older son who I mother and other relatives whom
I recently joined the coast artillery I she has not seen In many years.
or me u. 8. Army will sail on I She has not definitely decided
August 17 from Ft. McDowell, just where she vm araln estab-
uauiornia, tor the Hawaiian IsMllsh her residence.
anas where he will be stationed
E. C. Bears Home
Trip Over State
TURNER. Ana. 14. Mr. and
Mrs. E. C Bear returned Sunday
night from a week's vacation trip
with Crater lake and the Oregon
caves the objective points of in
terest. The greatest heat was en
countered during the first dsy. A
stop was made at the attractive
park at Grants Pass.
Much improvement Is being
made on the Crater lake IS-mll
rim road, and a four-mile stretch
being constructed on a lower
larvstl. tllmliiiHii m lil.h ..Itmk
In Klamath falls they visited at I Henriksent Are Now
ue noma or ur. Massy, former
From the Oregon eaves they
went to Crescent City and then
north up the Oregon beaches,
spending Saturday night in Port
land with her brother and Sunday
with the John Gales at Oregon
City. They covered over 1304
. Rookie Hurler Hero
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 14 (AP)
Derringer, Rookie Cardinal pitch-
er, helped win his own game to
day by batting la one ran and
scoring , another. The Cardinals
defeated the Phillies, S to 2.
Philadelphia ; , 2 t
St. Louis : t 14
Rhem. J. Elliott and V. Davis;
Derringer and Mancuso.
tor three years.
CINCINNATI. Aug. 14 (AP)
- Fred Fltsslmmons held the
Reds to tour hits today and New
Tork won, 2 to 1. Bill Terry's
double . and . Llndstrom's - single
Here you are folks! A eloseup of
JUa Bansch, University of Kansas
student and the world's greatest all
. ..11.1. m:. -
tu vuxma aiuiiaiiv. . &ais juciur ita
made as the decathlon chamnion
I rested between events at the Olym-
Z v v mwm "Sk 1 . 1 0m a a
falstrom . . . . ; . . e . .... Trasllo I amea, nausens perxormance
rerdots........ p... MRItchla f"1"1..?? ft J
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It seems these are enoagh
Girod boys who play baseball
to form a majotity of a team.
So last Sunday the Girod fam
ily team played the Tamer
Cascade learae club sbm! won
lt to.10. Ted, Zeke and Lov '
of oao branch of the family.
Frank and Lloj-d of another.
were the Girods pUrinr. Rus
sell, who pitched for the Gl-
reds aad - Bradley of Tamer
engagt an a oaad dael for
- Cnbs Rally to Win ;
CHICAGO. Aug. 14. (AP) A
1 desperate ninth-inning ; rally ' to
day gave Chicago a -tc-3 victory
over Boston. . The Braves' scored
three in the eighth and Dutch
Brandt had the Cubs shut out un
til they caught up with him In
the final Inning for all their runs.
Boston . , .. 3 10 1
Chicago 4 ; 1
Brandt, Cantwell and liar grave:
Warneke, Tinning and Hartnett.
Bales Run Over
By His Own Car
While on a fishing trip last
Sunday. Clyde O. Bales, route
three, Salem, received a badly
bruised and sprained right leg,
when his ear ran backward down
hill and struck him. The accident
occurred on the highway near
Black Rock; Bales reported the
accident, to .The Statesman office
as he Is Insured by one of the ac
cident insurance policies which
are Issued to Statesman sub
scribers. . ; . .
The acquisition of Pitcher Walter
Beck (above) greatly strengthens
the ehsncee of Brooklyn in the
National League oennant race.
Beck, twirling for Memphis of the
American Association, led - the
minor league aurlers with a record
of twenty-one games won and three
- ' mmfm
' SERVICES "ATTEXDED .
-WACONDA, Aug, 14. Between
20 and 3S people hare been in at
tendance each night at the lnter
i denominational religions services
conducted at the Waconda school
house last weekvThe leaders are
Miss Maybelle Erlckson of Stock
ton, CaL, and Miss Judith Sever-
son, of Monmouth. r
MEASLES APPEAR, ,V
SILVERTON. Aug. 14 Eve
lyn HalL the young daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hall, is eon-
lined to her home wits measles.
t Just where Evelyn - caught the
disease is not known. To Mrs.
Hall's knowledge, no other cases
nave been reported in the neigh
borhood. ' 1 i
WACONDA. Aug. 14. Work Is
progressing rapidly on the new
modern bridge below Hubbard hill
on the Wheatland Ferry road.
Philip Fisher la In charge. A
new concrete bridge is also under
construction at Waconda station.
A fill was made soms time ago
below the Patterson hill. This
work will be finished soon. Farm
ers from this district will be -employed
with their teams here, the
latter part of August. At this
point on the Wheatland Ferry
road the hill will be cut down
and the road widened.
Henry Stafford went to Port
land a week ago tor the removal
of his tonsils. He has been quite
111 since. -
Staying in Portland
.CLAM DIGGEXQ GOOD
WACONDA. Aug. 14. Mr. and
Mrs. , William MeGilehrist and
children Cora and Bobby, and Mr.
ana Mrs. John Mutkoff and son
Joe, have returned from a week's
camping trip at Bayoeean, with
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baker and
children and Miss Alice Udell of
Eagle Creek. During three days of
their stay they dug and canned
is pints of dams.
SILYERTON, Aug. 14. Mrs.
Levi Goplerud returned Monday
from a vacation spent with her
daughter, Mrs. Harry ' Sannerud,
at-Bend. On her. return through
Portland, ahe spent a short while
visiting with, th Rer.: and Mrs.
George Henrlksen . who have re
cently arrived from Ohio where
Rev. Henrlksen . has been very
111. but is Improving. ' They are
with ' their son and daughter in
Portland. , Silvertoa friends are
looking tor the Rev. and Mrs. Hen
rlksen to visit at Silvertoa In the
AT HERMTSTON PICNIC
JEFFERSON, Aug. 14 Mr.
and 'Mrs.. Earl Phelps and sons
Gerald and Francis, Mrs. Guy Ro
land and Miss Zona Selpp motored
to Portland Sunday-mornlnrr and
attended the Hermiston picnic
held there. They report a large
attendance at thla picnic. some
people traveling 704 miles to bo
present at this, gathering.
It may be your eyes cans
Inj the fatirne.
An eximinktlon zaay s&re
much trouble liter. - -
... ."' See os today '
OPTOMETRISTS, 633 State St.
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