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Has Breakf ast
. Jefferson Women Install
; .: Officers at Annual
1 Church Affair, i
i JEFFERSON The Woman's
Missionary society of the Chris
tlon church ca joyed its annual
'breakfast and meeting Friday
-mornfog in the church. Mrs. Mar
gin Hatchings led the devotions,
sing as her theme, "Kindle fires
for a world wide brotherhood.?
Vocal iaombers were given by Mrs.
Gilbert Looney, playing her own
' accompaniment and ' Lavada- Gili
fin also- sang, accompanied by
Elaine McQaary of Northwestern
. ' Burton Thurston gave a brief
talk. Daring the business meeting
Ker. R. S. Wetherell Installed the
aew ofTlcers for the coming yean
They ere: President, Mrs. Robert
Terhane; Tice-presidenl. Mrs. E.
B. Gleason; secretary, Mrs. L. A
Wells; assistant secretary, Mrs.
Alvin Robinson; literature secre
tary4 Mrs. Guy Aupperlej trea
surer, Mrs. E. F, PoweU; dlTlslon
leader, Mrs. Ray Bostwick.
, Mrs, B. F. Shoemaker .of Salem
was guest speaker. She told of the
missionary work, being done in Af
rica, where her daughter Gertrude
Am stationed. She also showed pic
tn res of the natives of Africa. Out
" town guests present were Gene
Robinson, Lavada Gilif in, Elaine
McQuary of Eugene; Mrs. Ross
Mitchell of Woodburn, Mrs. B. F.
Shoemaker and Mrs. Bernice Lew
is of Salem, Mrs. Claude Overhol
eer and Mrs. Homer Smith of Mar
Forty-two members and guests
were present for the breakfast and
program. Girls serving the break
fast were Donna June Powell, Bev
erly Wells,' Ruth Terhune- and
JEFFERSON Mr. and Mrs
Marvin Hatchings and daughter
.Martha Jane spent Sunday visit
' lug friends, Mr. and Mrs. Clair
Overton, at Sweet Home. The two
men planned a fishing trips.
t Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Smith left
Saturday morning tor Cape Horn
to visit their son Walter Smith and
Mrs. Lionel Colgan underwent
an appendix operation Friday at
the. Deaconess hospital In Salem.
8hc is reported to be getting along
i - Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Stephensen
and their daughters Mrs. Sioux
-Turner of pls Angeles, Mrs. Ira
Burneson of Eugene and Mrs.
James Stewart motored to Van
couver, Wash. Thursday where
they attended the! high school
. graduation for their granddaugh
' ter and niece, Doris Sandifur,
daachter of Mr. and Mrs. F. L
Sandifur. Friday and Saturday the
'Btepheasons and their daughters
visited the rose festival In Port
land, returning home Saturday
might.: : ,
Jefferson girls who left for Cor
vallls Monday morning to attend
the1 two weeks 4H club summer
school are Wanda and Vera Gla
er. Ruth Terhune," Lois Smith.
Sara Margaret Hatchings, Marcel
la Dalley and Gene Mary Red
mond. f Iom Klamath
Mrs. Laverne Doty and daugh
ter; Diane f Klamath Falls is a
guest at the home of her aunt,
Mrs. Helen Doty. She has been
teaching school in Klamath Falls,
and is spending the summer va
cation visiting relatives and
friends In Jefferson and vicinity.
Clifford i Wilson, who has been
with the Southern Pacific section
crew here, will leave for Oak
Grove Tuesday where he will be
employed on an extra section
Rev. R. S. Wetherell has re-signed
as pastor of the local Chrls
" tfhn chureh, his resignation to be
effective July 9. ?
Frances Coin of Portland spent
the weekend with her father, S.
H. Coin, and sister, Mrs. IL B.
Thurston, here. She also attended
the wedding of Susan Martin,
daughter of Mrs. B. S. Martin of
Salem; and Louis Bartlett of Sil
erton In Salem Saturday morn
ing. The young women attended
Oregon State college together.
Walling - developed pleuro-pneu-monia
following his reurn home
from the Salem hospital where he
underwent an appendicitis opera
tion several weeks ago. , His doc
tor reports that he is making
Mrs. W. B. Magness is eon
fined to bed with malaria and a
Taken to Hospital
SILVERTON Jim Dack was
taken violently ill at his home
on Central street Sunday night
and city police: took him to" the
Deaconess hospital at Salem to
be eared for. i
School Meeting June J.7
" KEIZER A director and clerk
for the Keler : school board will
be elected at the annaul school
meeting next Monday, June 17,, at
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-JfcOS ANGELES, CALIF.
HILL at 3rd.
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Cbastal defenses surrounding the British Isles stand alert and ready to combat any German move toward
invasion which now seems momentarily Imminent since the German capture of Dunkirk, the allies'
last channel stronghold on the French coast. Top photo shows one of the many anti-aircraft gunners
stationed at close intervale along the desolate benches facing the North sea. Below, one of the heavy
calibre coastal defense guns capable of resisting any attempt to land infantry, News of the Day News
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, SILVERTON T. T. Leonard
and other members of his com
mittee of Investigation from the
Silverton chamber of commerce,
spent Sunday in the mining dis
trict above Mehama.
Recent efforts on the part of
the Silverton chamber of com
merce to obtain a metallurgical
plant in the Silverton community
is meeting with local enthusiasm.
However, members state,4s that
thorough investigation i of the
matter will be made before the
plant will be encouraged by the
Local citizens have offered to
donate ground required- for the
plant, should decision to bring it
- Other committees1 will go to
the mining district Wednesday
and the groups will report back
at a special meeting of; the cham
ber of commerce. -
HUBBARD The Hubbard Wo
man's club held Its annual party
Wednesday night, June 6 at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Will. The husbands of the mem
bers were special guests. A no
host dinner was served at 6:30
with Mrs. Julias Stauffer and Mrs.
Willis Berkey co-hostess. The din
ner was followed by a social time.
The program was in charge of
Ora Morris and Mrs. Herman
Bontrager. This was the ' last
club meeting for the summer.
The "Ladles Aid society of the
Congregational church is plan
ning for a silver tea to be held
Wednesday, June 12. The pro
ceeds are to go to the Camp
Over 250 Visitors
See Garden, Silverton ,
SILVERTON Over 250 visit
ors went through the gardens of
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Jack Sunday
afternoon and night. Lights were
turned on in the gardens Sunday
night 'at 8 o'clock and the visit
ors continued to ocme until al
most 10 o'clock, Over 400 cant
erbury bells were in 'bloom. The
strawberry bells, filled with
plants bearing ripe and green
fruit apd blossoms ; attracted
much attentlonj This year, Jack
has, added " a cucumber barrel as
an experiment, with, the cucumb
ers just cow showing up from
seed planted. , i
From South; Dakota-
; TJNIONVALB-i-Mr. and Mrs.
Charles - .Gray- and son, Donald
and Albert Tafret. of Tiewfleld, SD,
arrived Tuesday ' to- visit -their
uncle Fred Wlthee and family.
Wednesday the Withees and their
guests-picnicked at Silver Falls.
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SILVERTON HILLS C. V.
Murray will direct the Silverton
Hills grange drill team Thursday
when it will again enter the con
test in the state grange conven
tion to be held this week at Sa
lem. Last year the local team
won second In the state conven
tion: Taking part In the work are
Ruth Hadley. Janet Mulkey, Mar
jory Rohrshleb, Luclle Mulkey,
Mildred Rohrshleb, Dorothy Towe,
Joy Watterson, Zena ' Tschants,
Maurice Benson, Milton and Ken
neth Foote, CharleM Tulare, Virgil
Tschantz, Melvln Watterson, Lest
er Beugll and Bill Bartell.
Family at Swegle
Moves to Macleay
SWEGLi: Friday Mr. and Mrs.
J. Wodewada and three daugh
ters moved - from the district to
the home of Mrs. Wodzewada's
mother at Maecleay. They had
lived in this community three
Nearly every, grade school girl
and boy above the fourth grade
has been busy in the strawberry
fields the past two weeks, some
riding their bicycles as far as
three miles S to work, but most
of them were employed in home
Mr. and Mrs. Harmshad had the
misfortune to have the borers
destroy the roots of their Mar
shall berries so they were al
most a total loss and will have
to be plowed up. But their Cor
ral lis berries were very tine with
good yield. Walker also reported
the best berries In several years.
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a fitlbn now
vo have ever
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OREGON STATESMAN. Salem.
Visits Mill Gty
AMITY R?er. Earl Berg, form
er pastor of the Baptist church
of Amity, and his successor. Rev.
John Molette of McMlnnvflle,
were Amity callers Thursday. Rev.
and Mrs. Berg : left Friday tor
Idaho, where he- and Mrs. Berg
will have charge of a summer as
sembly and swimming pool near
Kellogg. Rev. Molette will move
to Amity this week and will as
sume his duties as pastor of the
Amity Baptist church Sunday,
Mr. and! Mrs. E. W. Groves,
son, Elmer! and daughters, Mrs.
Ernestine Pruck and Pearl Groves
accompanied by Mrs. Leslie Cook,
motored to Eugene Wednesday to
attend the graduation of their
daughter. Miss Martha Groves
from the j Northwest Christian
Ina Pearl Allen, a member
of the Hillsboro union high school
faculty for the last IS years is
spending the summer with her
mother and sister, Mrs. Olive
Allen and i Mlasf Valine Allen,
southeast Of Amity. Pearl Groves,'
a teacher in the schools of West
Salem, is spending her summer
vacation here at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. - E. W.
To Summer School
BETHEL The 4H club mem
bers from Bethel, who win attend
4H summer school at Oregon State
college, June 10 to 11, are Char
lotte Haln, Freda Bucurench,
Werna and Dorothea Froehtich,
Coralee and Luella Nichols, Fred
and Emma Pfennig.
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Oregon, Tuwdcrj Morning, Jun
Lambs Judged .
At Polk Show
Wool Demonstrations, Dog
MONMOUTH- TheL third an
nual lamb show held here Satur
day was -well attended but en
tries were somewhat curtailed
due to the rush of early hay and
cherry harvest which prevented
some exhibitors from, particlpat
i4g. County Agent W. C. Leth
and Claude Winegar, Monmouth
chamber . of commerce represen
tative, handled the show. The wool
grading demonstration was given
bjr o. M. Nelson of Oregon State
college. Dr. Shaw of OSC Carved
a! lamb carcass explaining the
various cuts of meat and suggest
ing ways of cooking. H. A. Lind
gfen and O. M. Nelson of . OSC
I Winners In the commercial
classy single lamb entry; were:
j Justin Rowland, Rlckreall,
trst; Don Rowland, Rlckreall,
second; Justin Rowland, third;
Wilbur ' Powell, Dallas, fourth;
Don Rowland, fifth. Pen of three
commercial lambs Don Rowland,
first; i Justin Rowland,; second;
Wilbur Powell, third; Jack Wells,
Independence, fourth. Medium
wool,; single lamb Eldon Riddell,
Monmouth first and second; L.
Durham, West Salem, third and
fifth ;f if th; Jimmle Riddell, Mon
mouth fourth; Joe Harland, Rlck
rOill, hlixth. Medium wool, pen
of three Eldon Riddell, first;
J0e Harland, second; L. Durham,
third;' Jimmie Riddle, fourth.
j Long wools, single lamb Wil
liam Riddell, Monmouth, first and
second; Jimmie Riddell, Mon
mouth, third and fifth; Bob Lor
ence, Monmouth, fourth and
sixth. Long wools, pen of three
-4-WillIam Riddell, first; Bob
Lprence, second; Jimmie Riddell,
third; C. J. DeArmond, Mon
mouth, fourth; John Lorence,
Monmouth, fifth. Yearling long
wools rams J. B. Lorence, Mon
mouth, first; Jimmie Riddell, sec
ond; c. J. DeArmond, third; Jim
mie Riddell, fourth; C. J. De--rmoind,
fifth. Long wools, pen
of three Tarns Jimmie Riddell,
first; J. B. Lorence, second.
As a concluding feature sheep
dOg trials were made on the
grounds fronting the stadium of
the new fairgrounds building
group. Eight dogs were entered.
The owners had asked for a dif
ficult hunch of sheep to try their
dogs en, and were , given two
separate flocks of five yearling
rams, each.' Not one dog cor
riled ! the fighting rams. Taddie,
a black shepherd, owned by Ed
ward Gath of Turner put three
sheep in the pen and was award
ed first prise. O. N. F r u m of
Halsey was awarded second place
on his shepherd; G. Purdy, Port
land,: third; Rea Frum of Browns
ville, fourth, and A. C. Overland
of Oswego, fifth.
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Prizes Aire Listed
j LEBANON Prizes in the edu
cational exhibit at the strawberry
fair were awarded as follows:
S(hoel prizes, class 1 and 1, Leb
anon; class t, Shedd; class 4,
Grand Prairie, Crowfoot and
Lake view; class f. LaSalle, Mt.
Hope and Tennessee.
j Cut paper: Class 2, North
Lebanon, South Lebanon, grade,
7; class 4, Grand Prairie; class i,
LaSalle, RiverTlew and Tennes
see. I !
j Ink: drawing Class 1, Alts
Piaetsch, Florence Ray and Betty
Whiteomb; class 2, Lebanon
South: school; class 4, Crowfoot
and Grand Prairie; class f, La
Salle. 1 Crayons Class 1, Alta Paetsch,
Lorelei Stewart, Dorothy Kauff
manns class 2, Brian Connelly;
class i, Shedd; class 4, Grand
Prairie; class 5, Berlin, Mt. Hope
j Pencil shading Class 1, Betty
Whiteomb; class f, Brian Con
nolly and Kathryn Voegeleln;
class 3. Shedd; class 4, Crowfoot
ahoV Grand Prairie; class S, La
Salle and Rlvervlew.
j Painting Class 1, Alta - Paet
schi, Florence Ray; class 2, Leb
anon South school; class 4. Craw
foot and. Grand Prairie; class S,
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Eden Hails "Epic"
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Anthony Dill, war secretary, shown with Sir John DHL left, chief of
the British imperial general staff, praises the British evacuation of
Flanders in a broadcast to the IT. S., as-an "epic" rescue. More than
four-fifths of the British expeditionary forces was saved, Eden said,
AUMSVILLE Charles Malone
who operates a general store here,
has purchased the - Ralph Garbe
house in .Aumsrille and plans to
recondition it for a home.
Mrs. Laura Clark of Superior,
Wis., who has been spending the
past two years at the home of
her son In San Francisco,. Calif.,
is here for a visit at the home of
her sister, Mrs. George Rebo.
Mrs. Clark win visit her daught
er In Minneapolis, Minn., en routs
to her home in Wisconsin after
leaving here.' -
David Eastleurn Is building a
new -cottage on his lots in the
east part of town. The house is
to be occupied by tenants when
Mrs. Riley Fullenwlder of Los
Angeles who has been here for a
visit at the home of her mother,
Mrs. Baslett, returned this week
to her home. Another daughter,
Mrs. Harry Spears, of Missoula.
Mont.. 1s visiting Mrs. Baslett at
this time. -
Mrs. Betty Frank and two
small children and Mrs. Jose
phine 'Snider and three children
of Mill City, were visitors this
week at the home of Mrs. Olive
Mr. and Mrs. Claris Oalllford
and Mr.-and Mrs. J. W. Gulllford
left Saturday afternoon for Eu
gene in response to word re
ceived from there of the sudden
death of Mrs. Claire Gulllford's
father, who passed away at Eu
ROBERTS Fanners Union
met Friday night with Mr. and
Mrs. L. D. Johnston.
N. A. Kenney, was given the
obligation and received as a mem
ber of the local. Report on Sa
lem warehouse activities, showed a
substantial increase in business.
Next meeting will be at Roberts
SPRING VALLEY The meet
ing of the Spring Valley Farmers
Union set for June 12 has been
postponed until June .21 when
.the reports of the state convention
will be given.
AUMSVILLE The Farmers'
Union wCl meet at the Oodlove
aalL Tuesday night at t o'clock.
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MILL CITY Mrs. T. A. Bray
of Blackwell, Okla., Is visiting in
Mill City with her sisters, Mrs.
Louise Kennedy and Mrs. Virginia
The 90 and 9 Men's Bible class
of the Church of Christ Is giv
ing a father and son banquet
June 14 at 7 p. m. Rev. Traxler
of Stayton will be the speaker.
James Gerbler was injured in
a logging camp Monday and Is
confined to his home. ,
The Happy Hour Sewing club
met Thursday at the home of Mrs.
J. Plymale. The afternoon was
spent with sewing. Lunch wss
served by the hostess. Members
and guests present were-: Mrs.
George Schwab, Mrs. Ed Haynea,
Mrs. Walter Lusy, Mrs. C. A.
Bruder, Mrs. Zelma Ball, Mrs.
W. J. Robinson, Mrs. Otto Gurt
sen, Mrs. James Swan, . Mrs.
Charles Sullivan, Mrs. SIg Jensen,-
Mrs. Laura Cherries, Mrs.
Clyde Golden, Miss rGace Golden.
LEBANON Lebanon friends
have heard that a) former resi
dent. Judge Earl B. Day of Jack
son county, has resigned the posi
tion of county judge In order to
devote himself entirely to obtain
ing contributions to counties in
lieu of taxes on federally owned
income-producing property. The
Oregon delegation in congress has
Introduced a bill to require the
federal government to pay taxes
on Income-producing forest
lands. It Is said that Judge Day
will work for the Association of
Oregon County Officers In behalf
of this legislation.
Oscar Ohm who has been em
ployed in the Gogl shoe shop has
gone to Corvallie to a position of
the same, kind.
Mrs. Guy Parker passed the ex
amination given In Salem June
4th tor real estate brokers.
Rev. L. p. Furman, Mrs. Pearl
Welnert; Mr. and Mrs.' W. L.
Grove, Moreva Rodenburger and
Ruth Bllyeu returned 'Friday
night from Salem where - they
attended all of the meetings of
the state convention of -the ' As
sembly of God churches. Over
JO others drove down for spe
cial services, the largest number
going the last day for the young
people's convention which was the
vo 'two n:r.:d it
Hear Dean Powers
Marilyn Grabenhorst Is
Valedictorian for 1
Class of 27. ; i .
DAYTON The Dayton Union
high school graduation exercises
were held Friday night at the
There were 27 in the, Mas.
Alfred Powers, dean and dirortn
of extension work at Oregon State
college, delivered the address.
Marilyn Grabenhorst was vale
dictorian and Paggy Shetburne,
Processional was by Robert Ma-
gee; Invocation, Rev. Floyd R.
Sartu: senior awards -Dick Bovd.
orincinal: Dresentatlon of 'diDlo-
mas, E. grabenhorst. The gradu
ating class mt or Zl seniors in
cludes Harrv Burch. Dorcas Burn
side, Mary Clark,, Rodney Clark,
Dwaine Farmer. Marilyn 'Grab
enhorat, Lodema Hackwotth.
Alice Hilllg. , Thelma " Lock wood.
Darrell Maxwell, Alton May,
Betty McCormlck, Elsie Mitchell,
Riedamae Nelson, Arlius Nutt-
orock. ? ,
Shirley Schroeder, Peggy' She
burne, Landis- Slon. Vivian Slon,
Kenneth Siaco. Thelma' Terrr.
PhyUis Todd, V Floyd Versteeg,
Wendell willard, , Gladys Wirfs,
Lynn Wright, Phyllis Wright.
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SILVERTON Two cases were
brought before Justice Alt O. Nel
son Saturday and warrants were
issued for two additional ones. E.
Emahler, state police, was pri
vate prosecutor In all cases.
' la the first' Leland Sarf f was
fined 25 and given a 30-day jail
sentence on a charge of Intoxi
cation on a highway. The Jail
sentence was suspended upon pay
ment of fine and costs,! and the
provision that he stay , sober and
obey all laws for one year. "
la the second case R. Glynn
Whippo waa given a S10O fine
and a 30-day Jail sentence on a
charge of driving while drunk.
His jail sentence was suspended
under the same provision as that
for Sarff. i ' , .
Warrants were Issued for the
arrest, of Maurice Bihford, on a
defective brake charge, and John
Albano, on overweight load.
Dayton Girl Is
AUMSVlLLE Ida Welsenhaus.
who has been at the home of her
grandmother in Tacoma for sev
eral months, has .returned , to
the home of her parents, Mr. and ,
Mrs. Charles Welsenhaus. Satur
day night a group of young
friends gathered, at her, home for
a welcome home party. I Attend
ing the party were Ida Welsen
haus, Betty White, Dorptby Dsl
ke, Florence Dalke, Grace Ash
ford, Marian Rowland, Violet
Warthen, Julia Hagens, Blanche
Welsenhaus, v Violet . Welsenhaus,
Esther Voget, Irwin Welsenhaus
and Loretta Welsenhaus. ,
Guests this week at the home
of Mrs. Susie' Ransom Were Mr.
and Mrs. John Simpson, Amity;
Mrs. Edith Hughes, Astoria;1 Mr.
and1 Mrs. Lief Erlcson and son,
Clayton Ericson, Miss Carolyn
Ransom, Mr. and ; Mrs. Claude
Simpson, Mrs. Clyde Bllsser, Port
land. Doris Neptune, Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Richards
were weekend guests at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
B. Powell, . at; Drain.
'Robert Peterson is spending a
week at the home of his grand- ,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Pet
erson. 1 I ':
Julia Hagens of Salem visited
over the weekend at toe home
of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Warthen.
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Townscndcrs to Meet ,
AUMSBILLE The Townsend
club will meet Thursday night in
the school dining room for a busi
ness and social night. Turner and
Stayton clubs will be guests. The
public , is Invited. . Ice cream and
cake'will be served. . . i
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