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ST T HSU
Stayton Group Puts on
Drive to Increase Mem
bership Before 16th
RTAYTOM. Sent. 27 Stayton
P. T. A. started the year with a
membership of 52. Mrs. H.
Champ president, appointed
Floyd. Crabtree and Mrs. Claude
Lewis" cantatas of ' a' membership
drive, at the first meeting Mon-
day f night. At the rate the ma
lorltv of these were out after new
members bright and early Tues
day r morning, the organization
should be the largest in its history.-Contest
closes at the next
meeting, October 16.
, Among the committees appoint
ed by Mrs. Champ are: Program,
Mrs. W. V. Adams, Mrs. R. G.
Woods, Mrs. W. H. Lyman; hos
pitality, Mrs. B. A. Schaefer, Mrs.
H. A. Beauchamp and Mrs. W. A.
Weddle; finance, Floyd CraMree.
Lindsay Wright and Victor
Phelps: publicity. Mrs. G. F. Kor
Inek, Mrs. Mike Wednt and Miss
Helen Patton. Other officers are:
Tlce-pre3ldent, Mrs. R. G. Woods;
treasurer, Mrs. J. L. Jordan, and
secretary, Mrs: Freda Roberts.
The organization Toted to en
tetain the county federation here
on October 12. All the teachers
wer introduced by Prof. Tobie.
There are five new ones this year:.
Prof. Victor Phelps and Misses
Zade Tinker uuii Kana Fery of the
grade school and G. Peal And Miss
Virginia Magness of the high
In the absence of Mrs. W. V.
Adams, program chairman, Mrs.
W. H. Lyman introduced the pro
gram numbers, a solo by Mrs. J.
C. Lindley, a 'Jo by Felix Wright
and piano duet by Misses Clarice
and Naomi Tobie. Lindsay Wright
gave an interesting talk on the
trip to the Chicago fair.
School at Roberts
Will Open Monday
With Old Teachers
ROBERTS, Sept. 27. School
will reopen Its doors next Mon
day, October 2, with Mrs. Elsie
Carpenter, principal, and Miss
Julia Query, primary room. This
will be the beginning of the third
year for each. Janitors will be
Freddie Jungwirth and Gerald
The truck load of prunes which
Mr. Weather's son was driving,
upset, breaking his leg
MILL CITY, Sept. 27. Funeral
services for Mrs. Leland O. Mc
Donald were leld Wednesday af
ternoon at the Presbyterian
church with Rev. Francis Winder
in charge. Burial was in Fox Val
ley cemetery beside the grave of
her infant daughter, who died in
Josephine Sweet aas born In
Elmira, Ore. December 1, 1895,
and spent the early years of her
life In Elmira and Eugene. On De
cember 25,' 1917, she was married
to Leland 6. McDonald in Mill
City and since then has made her
home here. Following an nineess
of several months she passed away
at the Mill City hospital Sunday
afternoon. Mrs. McDonald was a
member of the Christian church.
Besides her husband, she is sur
vived by three sons and two
daughters. They are: Donald,
Kenneth,; Robert Allen, Frieda
Jane and Mildred Ann, all at
home. She is also survived by her
father,-William Sweet,-of Eugene,
one-brother. Alga Sweet, of Dal
las, and two sisters. Mrs. William
Mlckenham of .Turner; and Mrs.
Byron Blanchard of Claremont,
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i ' AT PARENTS HOME
.HUBBARD- Sept. 27. Mrs.
Laverne Norton is convalescing at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Miller, after the birth
of her daughter, Janice Del, who
was born at the Anna hospital,
September 14, and is the first
child of Mr. and Mrs. Norton and
second granddaughter of Mr. and
MILL CITY, Sept. 27. Sep
tember seems to be a moving time
for a number of families here.
Mrs. C. Brill la leaving for Port
land to join Mr. Brill who has
been In that city for; some time.
The S. Godden family is moving
into the Brill residence and it is
understood that the 9. H. Thack-
er family will more to the noose
vacated by the Godden family. As
soon as the manse is vacated by
the Thackers the new Presbyter
Ian minister, Her. J. MeAuley and
family; will move Into It, At pres
ent the MeAuley family is living
in Mehama. .-, -
Ray Downing, and mother of
near Scto are moving to Mill City
and willspccnpy the residence now
occupied by Mr. and Mrs. R. Pow
cllson, who will move into a small
cottage until the William Cnllins
place is vacated. Mr. Cnllins is
nmnarinr to move to a slace near
Salem Mrs. Etta Gallea and fam
ily are moving the last of the
week to the old Downing noise in
South Mill City, and Mrs. Josie
Olmstead and son will move into
the Taylor house being vacated
by the Qallea family, and Mr. and
Mrs. Kunkltf ' will , move into the
Taylor ! cottage which the Olm
steads are vacating. -
A: babr daughter arrived at the
home - of Mr. and Mrs. William
Timni Thursday, September 21.
This is the second child and girl.
SCHOOL OPENS BldxDAY
LAKE LABISH, Sept, 27.
Lake Labish school, district 102.
will open October 2 Mrs. Clara
Cirod of Quinaby is the teacher.
NORTH SANTIAM. Sept 27.
The Santiam bible school district
will hold its regular quarterly
convention Sunday October 1,
meeting with the Christian church
Sunday school of Stayton. The
program will start at 10 o'clock.
The morning address will be
given by Rev. W. H. Lyman, pas
ton of the Christian church cf
Stayton, followed by a basket
luncheon at noon. The afternoon
program will begin at 1:30 p. m.
with song service led by Felix
Wright. The devotional services
will be led by Rev. George Cole,
pastor of the M. E. church of Stay
ton. Special numbers will be giv
en by the Busy Bees of Lyons; by
Willis Keithley of North Santiam .
and by the Hotter family of Sa
lem.. After the business meeting the
afternoon address will be given by
Dr. Lee of Albany.
; PURE LIQUID RUBBER , "
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Is Buried; Child
I Born Day of Death
MOLALLA. Sept. 27. Funer
al services for Virgil Davis, 2 6,
who was killed Wednesday after
noon by lightning while he was
standing under a tree during a
storm, were held Monday after
noon at the Everhart funeral
none in Molalla. Interment was
in the Rose City cemetery In
Mr. Davis home was in Calif
ornia and only two members of
his family, his brothers, Bruce of
Napa, and Vester of Santa Rosa,
were able to attend the funeral.
He is also survived by his wife
and three small children, one born
the day the father was killed. Mr.
Davis -had come to a farm near
Molalla about two months ago to
stake a home for his family. The
family bad planned to come later.
Former Mt. Angel
. To California Man
MT. ANGEL. Sept 27. Word
had been received here that Miss
-Rosa A. Pauli was married, at
Vancouver, Wash., last week to
William J. Bach of Vallejo, Calif.
The bride is well known here, hav-
Ing lived In Mt. Angel most of
; her life and la a graduate of Mt.
Angel academy (and normal. For
several-years past she has been
teaching in eastern and southern
Oregon. i "
Wilfred Faulhaber, young son
of Joseph L. Faulhaber of Mt. An
gel, left Sunday for Shaw where
be win 'spend a year with his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jo
. sans Hortsch. and attend the pa-
rechial school In Shaw.
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