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ThirO Oregon, Tcesday Morning; November 14, 1933
Mrs. Beck, Mrs. Cook and
Mr. Miller are Judges;,
OAK POINT, Not. IS Oak
Point P. T. A. met at the school
bouse Friday night with a sevca
o'clock supper and the second an
nual school fair siren by the pu
pils and sponsored by the P. T.
A. There were three divisions in
sewing, one each In cooklnr and
woodcraft, "and a pet exhibit of
dogs, eats, rabbits, chickens and
horses. r .. , . . .
In vegetables ther was a clas
sification for pumpkins, potatoes
and squash la one division and the
other vegetables sack as cabbage,
tomatoes, ete.1 and another divis
ion, .with one class for wheat and
corn. Some very nice entries were
shown In all classes with J. R.
Beck of Dallas; county agent, and
Mrs. Elmer Cook and Mrs. Mil
ler of Salem as Judges.
After supper the president, Mrs.
R. A. Alderqon, called the meet
ing to order5 and after dispensing
with all business the Oregon Pio
neers orchestra, consisting of Win
O'Kellr, Sim Bush, O. D. Lyday
and Lee O'Kelly and Marie O'Kel
lr at the piano entertained the
remainder of theevening with old
time music. .
The next meeting of the P. T.
A. will be December 14.
. Mr. and Mrs. Harpole of Ger
ais have moved here to take pos
session of their place which they
acquired la a trade with Jesse
Walker about two years ago:
James Coon who had the place
rented the past year, will move to
a farm a mile east of Dallas.
Mr., and Mrs. Win. Doss and
family, who have been Hying in
the J. W. Rogers I cottage, have
mored in the house on the J. J.
Woods ranch formerly occupied by
Old Mine Claim
Notice on Tree
A piece of wood, cut from a
tree in the mining district of Jo
sephine county and received at the
state forest office here Monday,
bears an old inscription of consid
erable historic interest.
Carved with a knife in the wood
were the words:
"Notice Is hereby given that we
take this claim r mining. From
the tree up and then down for a
distance of 200 yards." Beneath
the Inscription were the names,
Dan Boon, H. Teotlel and George
Fox. The inscription was under
date of March 14, 1S55.
Reception on Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Harold' McCall
(Lorna Grant) were honored with
a- charming Informal reception
Sunday night aV the home of
Mr. McCall's parents.
The honor guests who were
Just recently married received
many beautiful gifts for their
new home at 2240 Fairgrounds
Singing and games were en
joyed and at a late hour refresh
ments were served. Sixty guests
called to congratulate the couple.
Molalla The Century of Prog
ress fair, the large cities of ti
east and historic places and mon
uments were described by Mrs. S.
A. Knapp Thursday afternoon as
she told of her trip through the
east this summer before the Mol
alla Civic club. The dub. met at
the Glenn Klrkwood home, with
Mrs. William Moore assisting Mrs.
Kirkwood as hostess. The Decem
ber meeting will be at the T. M.
Hearfksen home,, with Mrs. Alfred
Ofaen assisting Mrs. Henriksen.
Silverton Mr. and Mrs. filing
Monson (Miss Ella Svarrari) were
tb2 inspiration of a surprise .party
at their home Thursday night. A
large group of friends were pres
ent to wish them Joy. , j
West Stayton A surprise par
ty was siren at the Fred Brown-;
lng home Saturday night, the oc-'
casion being the wedding anniver
sary for the Browning's. About 25
couples enjoyed cards and danc
ing. Hubbard. Miss Frances Friend
and Mrs. Clarence Friend were
Joint hostesses for a miscellaneous
shower at the home of the former,
complimenting Mrs. Wilbur BeV
ens, a bride of Norember 3. I
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Perrine and
daughter, (Venelta, of Portland
pent Sunday with Mr. Perrine's
family. Mr and Mrs. E. B. Per
rine. Lyle Perrine ia manager of
Newberry's store in Portland. !
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but was still active as a man
catcher, Hogan captured Wirt W.
Saunders when others nad given
up the chase. Saunders had been
convicted of murder In the first
degree, at Albany; escaped Jail,
had a new trial after , being
brought back b Hogan; got a IHe
sentence, was pardoned after about
10 years; went to Spokane and
there was assisted by Hogan.
Saunders was elected municipal
Judge there, went into mining; be
came rich; married the- woman
over the reputation of whose sis
ter he bad killed his man, and
outlived her. T- Finally, he came
back to Corvallis,-where he had
been a newspaper editor when he
killed the- man. and died 'there,
at peace with the world and re
' apected. Saunders had come from
Texas, where, as in other parts of
the south, men are expected to de-
fend to the point of manslaughter
' the reputation of women friends
that is, white women.
B u t t h 1 s wUl take another
chapter. Continued tomorrow.)
AUBURN. Nor. 13. The Au
burn Woman's club met at the
home 'of Mrs. Leo Sutter, Thurs
day. The election of officers was
postponed until . the December
meeting, which will be held at
the home of Mrs. Lambert Fes
kens. After the business meet
ing, the afternoon was spent in
conversation. Delicious refresh
ments were served by the host
ess, assisted by Mrs. Carl Kreh
bieL Those present were: Mrsi
Lambert Feskens, Mrs. Ben Haw
kins,. Mrs. -T. C. Morgan, Mrs.
William Fisher, Mrs. Galbraith,
Mrs. Carl Krehbiel, and the host
ess, Mrs. Leo Sutter.
Mr. and Mrs. Bea H. Hawkins,
and daughters, Susanna and El
olse, drove- to Gervais Sunday,
where a large birthday dinner
was planned at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Adams. Mrs. Haw
kins' birthday, and the Adams
wedding anniversary- are on the
same date, and this was a Joint
celebration. Others present were
Mr. an-1 Mrs. Scott Jones, and
son Gordon of Gervais, and Irene
WALDO HILLS, Nov. 13. The
regular meeting of the Waldo
Hills community club was held
Friday night and in spite of the
dense- fog there was a good at
tendance. At a short business session
presided over by the president,
Theodore Riches, it was voted to
hare a basket social as a fea
tnre of the club meeting Decem
ber 8. The Karl Haberly and Ed-
son Comstock families and Mrs.'
Helen Paget will be responsible
for the program.
Following the business session
a short snappy program was
given. Those in charge were the
Prank Bowers, J. M. Doerfler and
Albert Mader families. Numbers
included a reading by Phyllis
Jean Haberly, vocal solos by Mrs.
WJF. Krenz with Mrs. Floyd Fox
at the piano, jokes and music by
Frank Bowers, vocal solos b;
Roswell Wright of Salem.
Dancing followed with the new
ly organized Evergreen orchestra
furnishing music. This group is
composed of young people from
the Evergreen district and is di
rected by Elwin Knapp. Members
are piano. Ethel Knight; violins,
Edith Knight and Maxine Har
mon: guitar and harmonica, Mel
rin Kaser; clarinet, Elwin Knapp,
and drums, Ralph Egac.
SPRING VALLEY, Nov. 13.
A large crowd attended the first
program meeting of the Spring
Valley community club Friday
night. The program was in charge
of Robert Hutcheon of the Ro
tary club, Tbo gave several vo
cal selections as did also Ted
Gordon, Jr. Novelty numbers were
given by A. E. Mayo. A Hawaiian
trio gave a number of selections.
H. G. Conrsey, Mr. Storkow and
Mr. Freed composed the trio. Mrs.
Ted Gordon played all accompanl-
The president. Mrs. Solin. ap
pointed Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mc-
Kinney, Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Da
vidson. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Alder
man, as the Christmas candy
committee, and V. A. Stratton.
Dewain McKlnney, Jesse Sohn, as
a tree committee. The commun
ity dubs will meet in conjunc
tion with the school Christmas
program December 22.
LIBERTY, Nor. 13. The Lib
erty community club met Friday
night with Harold Pruitt, preside
lag. It was rated to sponsor the
annual Christmas program by the
school again this year with a bas
ket social to "be held soon to de
fray expenses. Commit fee for so
cial isDorothy Browning, La
rerne Oakman and Wilms Wes
tenhause. Free hot school lunches were
discussed and vote carried to co
operate financially with Woman's
club ia carrying out the project
similar to last year.
The evening's program was put
on by the American Legion Post
No. in charge of Rufus White.
It included numbers by Miss Do
ris Clarke, Miss Mar'orie O'DeJl:
talks by Capt. Willis Vincent on
me nrst armistice in 1918, and
Mr. White recited in "Flanders
KEIZEE. Nov. 13. An inter
esting meeting of the community
club was held at the schoolhonse
Friday night. Mrs. M. S. Bun
nell, -president, conducted a busi
ness session. It was decided to
furnish milk durinz the wlntor
months at the linch boar to
every child not provided for from
C. C. Cole gave a satisfactory
report of the work already be
gun toward a permanent organ
isation of a Boy Scout troop.
Seventeen boys have signed. A
permanent committee was elect.
ed te supervise the work: Har
vey Hansen. Charlie Weather.
Ben Claggett. Martin Miller and
at. L. smith. A Jitney supper to
be held later was agreed upon
to raise funds for the scout work.
For the December meetin.
Ruth R u 1 1 f so n was annotated
chairman of program committee.
The Federated club will fnraiih
the program. Mrs. Cummings will
nave cnatge or a candy sale.
airs. Bunnell rave a concise re
port of the meeting of the exe
cutive council Of the federation
of clubs, urging the "A" stand
ard as the goal of the club.
i It was the decision of th rlnh
to sponsor a play in the near fu
ture. Mg. Lu l Pearmine was
named coach and Irma- Keefer,
Carroll Cummings and Glen Sav
age will select the play.
A musical and literary pro
gram followed with Carroll Cum
mings la charge and numbers by
Donald and Margaret Addison,
Priscil.a Meisenger's orch estra
and Mr. Oglesby of the Garden
WEST STAYTON, Nov. 13. A
special meeting f the West Stay
tea community club- was held at
the scheolhouse Friday night to
d'scuas f u r t h t r plans for hot
lunches for the school students.
As yet . nothing can be done regarding-a
place for u stove to be
used- for bis purpose on account
of the Insurance. A committee
was appointed to obtain wood. On
the committee are L. A. Sumond,
Harry Stewart and Harry BischeL
AUBURN, Nor. 13. The Au
burn community club will hold
its regular monthly meeting Fri
day night, November 17. The
school children will furnish, a
part of the program, and there
will also be numbers by other
members of the community. All
members of the community are
urged to attend, as the results of
the work of the nominating com
mittee will be given, and the of
ficers elected. Anyone else inter
ested is invited. Refreshments
will be served. .
HAYESVILLE, Nor. 13. The
community club will sponsor a
6: SO o'clock Plate snnner Fridav
night preceding the regnlarJ
meeting, ine supper win be a
benefit to finance the club for
the year. The program will be
in charge of the high school pu
pils who live here.
Three are Fined -In
Get Warning Too
SILVERTON, Nor. IS. At po
lice court this morning, Andrew
Holman, Tom Wills and Lee Ack
er man, were fined 310 and costs
each for disorderly conduct. The
three were picked up by Lloyd
Kennedy and tried before Judge
The three offenders were prom
ised 30 days in the local Jail be
sides their fine i If their behavior
was not satisfactory to officials.
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WALDO HILLS. Nor. IS.
Anna Zurcher died here at. her
home today. Funeral services in
charge of Ekman will be held
Wednesday afternoon at 1:30
from the home, and at t o'clock
from the Christian Apastolic
church. Relatives request that no
flowers, be brought.' .
Mrs. Zurcher was born in Bern,
Switzerland. She came to Ameri
ca with a brother in 1379. and
settled ia Flnlay, O. In 18S1 she
was married to Jacob Zurcher
and lived at Forrest, O., until
1897, when they moved to Wiscon
sin, where they lived nntil they
Came to Oregon in 1903.
She is survived by her widow
er and four childrn, Carl R.
Zurcher of Portland, M. Louise
Pulley of Portland, Rose Gut
tridge of Estacada, Rath Schwel
cer of Enterprise; 10 grandchild
ren; two brothers, John Schank
ot Gresham, and Fred Schank of
Mansfield, 0., one sister, Mrs.
Rose Kung of Neilsville, Wis.
Sings at Funeral
MONMOUTH. Nov. 13. Mrs.
Florence Chapman was called
from her home in Mosier to sing
several selections at the funeral
of Mrs. Archie Parker. She sang
some ot Mrs. Parker's favorite
songs, "Rock of Ages." "My
Task," and, assisted by Mrs.
Chambers, "In the Sweet Bye and
Bye." Mrs. Chapman is a former
pupil of Mr. and Mrs. Morris, the
daughter and son-in-law of the
deceased, and a friend of the
- - SUrring Popeye
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WEST SALEM. Nor. 13. A
benefit card party will be given
by the Community lub in the
Greene building on Edgewater
street Friday night, November IT.
Prizes will be giren. Mrs. William
L. LaDue and Mrs. E. Lloyd Mil
ler are in charge of all arrange
ments. , ?
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Goertxen are
receiving felicitations over the ar
rival of a baby daughter. Donna
Belle at their home recently.
A patriotic program commem
orating Armistice day was given
in the Sunday school Sunday
Because of the Community club
SILVERTON, Nov. 13. The
annual Parent - Teachers associa
tion reception has been set for
Thursday night, November 18, at
the Eugene Field school. A pro
gram is being prepared by Mrs. J.
Jordan, Mrs. C. J. Hall and Mrs.
Reception hostess are Mrs. Mar
tin Hanan,. president; Mrs. E. R.
Ekman, vice - president, and Mrs.
J. Ballantyne,. Mrs. S. P. Rose.
Mrs. W. MacNeilly, Mrs. W.
Schuster, Mrs. F. M. Powell.
In charge of refreshments are
Mrs. Carl Specht. Mrs. Ben Glf
ford and Mrs. Emil Lee. Mrs.
Rudd Bentson will donate and
make the coffee. The members of
the Junior Woman's club who will
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Twotm SpUk. Jc,Crt Bf iaa rfg teitfit-
card pmrty. the league play, "And
mary ma , will be postponed un
til Wednesday night, November
Miss Mona Vosburgn aad Reg
inald Vosburgh were hosts to a
pleasant little dancing party at
the Vosburgh home Saturday
night. Present were Josephine
Tandy, Marguerite Austin, Bar
bara Lee Whipple, Ruth Maerz,
Violet Wallace, Cat&arine Apple
white, Margaret Kaster and Mpna
Vosburgh and Ralph, and Hal
Barnes, Wlllard Wells, George
Tandy, Edward Englehorn, Bob
Mathers, David Williams, Ella
worth Weatherby and Reginald
assist with serving are Eleanor
Jane Ballantyne, Ruth Waterman,
Celia Hanan. Marguerite Shaw
and Irma Himmel.
Mrs. Vesta Hamre, Mrs. J. J.
Johnson and Mrs. Minillan will
DALLAS, Nor. 13. A mar
riage license was issued here Fri
day to W. M. Lane, 24. laborer,
ot Kansas City, Mo., and Vir
ginia GraviUi, 24, teacher, or
Bend. The couple were married
this afternoon by Judge G. O.
Edwin S. Crowther filed a
complaint against Aimeda I.
Crowther in which he seeks to
collect the balance due on a
promissory note. He seeks a Judg
ment for $613.34 with interest,
and $125 attorney fees.
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The women of the Oak Grove
Aid will hold their fifth annual
chrysanthemum show in the
grange hall two and one -half
miles north from Brunk's corner,
on the afternoon and evening of
Wednesday, Nor. IS.
All who are interested in flow
ers are invited to come. There is
no fee of any kind. Flowers may
be entered, nntil 2 p. m. i
. The following is a list for which
prizes are offered; ' .
In curved or large varieties
best blossom, two best blossom's of
same variety and three best varie
ties. Pom Poms two or more va
rieties; Buttons three or more
varieties; garden varieties- three
or more stems; Anemone three
or more stems, single three or
more stems; novelty varieties
o t or more stems; Children un
der 12 best vase; most artistic
ally arranged bowl for table dec
oration: basket, to be Judged as
to artistic arrangement, contain
ing large varieties, buttons or
Pom Pons, garden varieties and
any kind of flowers.
Lunch and home made candy
will be on sale and there will be a
program in the evening.
Friday Fish Day
For Stayton Folk
STAYTON, Nov. 13. Friday
was "fish day" in Stayton in
more ways than one. Dr. H. A.
Beauchamp and Dr. G. F. Kori
nek returned late Thursday night
from a fishing trip to Siltcoos
lake, near Florence, bringing 91 "
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fine trout The largest weighed
slightly more than three pounds. ..
The doctors were busy Friday af
ternoon "peddling fish"- among
their friends. The fish . were on
dispfir in the window of the drag
store in the morning, where they
were the envy of the local nlm
rods. - ... ('.'
Harry Jones Is home from a
10-day stay in the hospital at
Vancouver barracks, due to an at
tack of throat trouble. He has
been at the C.C.C. Camp near
Quartxvllle for several months,
and has again returned t h e r p.
This is one of the camps that
have erected winter quarters.
Advance in Lumber
Price at Mills is
Boon for Mehama
MEHAMA, Nor. 1$. Lumber!
prices adranced from $12 to $19
per thousand at local mil la. With
lumber coming up the probabili
ties are that the mills will ran
as long as; at all possible which
will tend to lighten the depres
sion in this Tictnity.'
Paul Van Buskirk was married
last week to Miss Florence Tur
nldge ot'Mlll City. The couple are
making their home here in ths
Maurice Cothren started work
Saturday on his new house which
is to be built close to Wilson's
on the Fernridge road The new
home is to be 28 by 33 feet and
will be English type.
LOCATE AT KEIZER
KEIZER, Nor. 13. Mr. an
Mrs. H. B. Thiessen and daugh
ters, Helen, Lydia. Annie anc
Frances, arrived in Oregon ths
past week from Kansas and have
located in the first house west of
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