The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, May 19, 1949, Page 7, Image 7

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    THE VALLEY NEWS COLUMNS
From The Oregon Statesmen's Volley Correspondents
Business Zone Ashed for Home-Lined Street
Hubbard PTA
Closes Year,
Views Scouts
I ing I and II. fif'n mothers and ;
! teachers were! entertained
Mr. and Mc Letter Browning j
(Maxine Aihii?) and family have
moel jnto ! Jtbe Jf Nicholson
house. ;' I
7 To Graduate
Tonight at
Cloverdale
CLOVER DALE Graduation
exercises at Cloverdale school will
be Thursday nipht. May 19, for
seven eighth graders.
The graduates are William Ver-
HI BBARD-The Hut-bard T-t-ent.-Teacher
association held th
at meeting of the 'j-rm Mr nday
eering in the gjm Mrs. Chr?e
V'redenburg pressed.
E'.y Scouts of trnop SB. Hub
bjirri Rr.nmf Shrock. Carl Vr,
Lieu. Jarr.es Spence and John Van
Liets. demonstrated requirements
cif scouting and presented their
otjtmaster, . James Ssum. with a
f ift
A tiilk on the blood bank pro
gram ( f the Fed Cross . as gisen
by Riby Miller. Salem
T hish sthool .n the attend
ance banner. Th.i'v-f:e mem
ber, and euets 'Are present
The PTA v.ted to award a
flaoue to tne eiem'n fr;.aer with
tru highest standing A report on
Ihe convention at Eugene was
eiwn bv Mrs Ben Miller and Mrs
Albert Barendse
Fiftv dcllars v as set aside for
a first aid room for the school
Mrs A L. Murphy gave a hu
Tn rows read:ng.
Mrs Vredenburg. retiring presi
rient. r.stslled Mrs -Ben Miller
president' Mrs. Albert Barend
h . first '. ice president: Mrs Roy
KrMcaH. second ice president;
Mrs Sara Young secretary: Mrs.
V-ri Corh'-sn. treR-irer, and Mrs
H-'rrv Fchei. historian.
Hefiesm r.N 'a ere -erved by
Mr nri Mr Harold O.lean. Mrs
V;.Iter Shr k and Mrs. Harry
K hei.
Altar SlM'ietv Has
.Meeting at Gervais
G FR V A IS Sacred Heart Altar
society met at the heme of Mrs
'rank Muth Wednesday after
neon With 14 mtmbeis present.
The usual business meeting and a
social afternoon were held At the
refreshment hour the hostess a
assisted by Mi-s. John Messer and
Kate Deitritk:
Mrs Fred Manning (pent sev
eral days it Portland la1 week
visiting her mother. Mrs Dorothy
Pillette. They went to Camas.
Wash., on Thursday to celebrate
the birthday .of Basil Pillette
l . t ,-. z. i .Kr.sw.-ir j f
The Statesman. Salem. Oregon. Thursday, May H 1949 J
me Bales. Allan Daniel Feller,
Richard Darwin Hein. Helen
Christina Mickenham, Berta Fay
Parker, Wallace Ronald Parker
and Paul Laurence Thomas.
Speaker will be Mrs. Agnes
Booth, countr school superintend
ent. Valedictory will be given by
Paul Thomas and salutatory by
, Daniel Feller.
The program also includes class
history by Vernle Bales, achool
days by primary room, clarinet
sole by Paul Thomas, profhecy by
Ronald Parker, song by Helen
Mickenham and Berta ! Parker,
piano selection by JoAnn Pence,
clarinet solo by Carol Kewkirk,
class will be Richard Hein, pre j
entaticn cf diplomas by A.' S.
Drager. i
Valley
Briefs
IImes like these line the bUck f North Samaser street for which bnsiaeM xnln has been petitioned
by prepertr ewners a as aftermath of eity adoption of a comprehensive traffic handling plan orig
inated by the state highway department. Householders of North Snaaaaer street opposed the throagh
traffic plan affecting Summer. John A. Murray and others living between Belmont and E streeta this
week submitted a tone change petition to the city council. (Statesman photo.)
I'reeiit Mother Tea
AUMSVILLE Four-H clubs
at Aumsvilie held a m thers' tc;f
Thufsday. The luncheon 'a;.s ri
j;ired and seiveti by gni in k-
Eaat Salem Edina Lane home
extensibn unit will meet Friday,
May 27 in the Jvome of Mrs. Hester
Thompson. The demonstration will
be "Conserving You . with Elean- .
or Trindle the; leader.
Fr ingle r iPringle Commiinity
club will meet Friday. May 20. at
8 p m. at the schoolhouse The
Girl S-out nsd Brow nies will en- '
; tertam with Jungs snd a short
ersion rf ' Sleeping Beauty. Mrs
W. I. Kimhie jis in charge of re
freshments ;
Hubbard The Pilgiem Fel
lowship of the Hubbard Commun
ity chutch t "f r.gi egational ) were
ht at a waffle supper Sunday
eei:i:ig for -tNe riehth giader In
the hcrnf if The Rev. and Mis.
J i I ) h V. I
PTA at Lyons
ov
Elects; 4-H
Exhibits Win
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HOME
FREEZING
INSTRUCTIONS
Every howsewif con learn to
Home-frtexe her own fruits
ond vegetables -m oconomi
col. healthful way to serve
yeor-rownd fresh foods.
With Freexe-Form, the new,
hortdy kit, home-freezing be
comes a simple, inexpensive
pleasure.
Freeze-Form comes complete
with six washable, sanitary
polythene bowls ond a fwR
Supply of moistwre-proof stor
oge bog. with s poets for not
ing date ond contents.
Now yow con freeze at ony
time without the bother ond
expense of assembling boxes,
by re-using eosy-to-stock, un
breakable Freeie-Forms.
"HOW TO HOME FREEZE"
Instructions with each pock
oge or free instruction moiled
on request.
Additional envelopes reodiry
obtainable.
Send Hut coupon todoy for
prompt delivery
Lebanon :I.inn county breel-
f r. 1 t- i-fri levies met Fri- .
e . tire in Sweet Home to
ffi m n Ln.if cbutity branch of the,
Am nci.n Ralfcit and Cavy Breed- 1
-r. ar.riati(n More th.n 20 local!
iers-ns were present Rv Clayton,:
Sweet Home. was elected chair- ,
m..n of the hew group.
SiUerton Trinity Lutheran
Chikiien of the Reformation will j
rrxet Saturday, May 21, at 1 !
o'cUn k in the church social rooms. !
; i
Lebanon s f Wtiile falling tim- !
r-r near Crabitree Saturday. Lloyd
Baant, Lebsanpn, was struck by a
falling snag afid suffered a frac
ture of the le)ft leg. Bazant had
been locking I alone all winter
until the day of the accident, when
an Oregon State college student
visited the; site He summoned .
assistance following the accident
Middle Grove Milkers of j
Tommorrowf rtib met at the home !
of Bobby Kcjhafer. Leader Don j
Bassett comiiicted a contest on
naming the different parts of a
cow. i
- i
West Salem- Following grange
tradition. West Salem grange -a ill
attend the West Salem Meth
church in a twijdv Sundav mo rung.
May 22, deSsphcted as Kur..l Life
Sunday.
Fruitland A i-itl d.vh
supper at 7 p.in Fiiiiy t Fi i. it
land church sill be followed by
--rvices including pictures of the !
V.-inTt fl.K.i T'ie Kev. Mr Jobri
s n i m cH;iic.
allev Births
LYONS The PTA met at Re
bekah hall Friday evening for
election Burl Smith was re-elected
president and Leora Stevens
vice president. Mrs. Robert Feth
erston was chosen secretary and
Jim Lande, treasurer.
Plans were made for the last
day of school picnic w hich will be
held on the school grounds, June
5 There will be races, games and
contssts, with a basket dinner at
noon.
Graduation exercisr-s will be at
Sariliam Valley grange hall Tues
day evening. May 31.
A good crowd attended the ser-
ires and diiiiter at Lyon Me'h
odist church Suniay. Finest "A"
Pet-rson, religious editor of 'he
Portland Journal, was the gue-t
speaker. Following dir.ntr at the
parsonage, a business meeting ar:d
round tabie discussion was held.
Sixty-four exhibits weie entered
at the county 4-H club fair m
Albany lat week from ( iiit-s in
Lyons Those receiving awards
were: home wood wmking. Tecirtie
Silbt rtsagel, ted ribbon. Cecil Bi.--sett.
white rbbon: farm wco
wc.rking. I)..v id Neal. i hamp.f r.
forestery. ". eoige Jjihnston. bine
Richard Bltzer, red. lyrin Scott
white: sewing I A. Judy Kunkle,
white; sewing I B. Doris Neal.
white. Carol Mattson white; sew
ing 3A. Shirley Johnston blue,
sewing 3B. Shirley Weider. blue,
Laura Karr, red. Lucille Williams,
white; style review, Shirley John
ston, blue; cookery 2. angel food
cake. JoAnne Kunkle, grand
champion.
Through a misunderstanding the
rest of the members frosted their
cakes, and since there w as no class
for frosted cakes, the local judges
made these placmgs .ngel food,
Pauline Bridges, red: sponge cake.
Donna Pea body. blue. Janet Huf
fman, blue. Ruby Naue, red, and
Carroll Kuiken. red.
Six to Finish
Aurora School
AURORA Graduation exer
cises for Aurora grade school will
be June 1 with a class of six girls
Judith Albers, Norma Jean
Hurst. Maxine Hill. Lucy Miller.
i Blanche Triplett and Donna Har-
Onlral Howell Girl
Hurt in Hike Crah
S1LVKRTON Lucy Riekard 12.
ci.o.hler of Mr. and Mrs C L.
Hick., id of Central Howell, was
brouaht to Silverton hospital
Tuesday with a concussion follow
ing an accident involving her bi
cycle and an automobile driven
by Ceitrude M. Brice of star route.
Sil eiton. How senous the injur
ies were had not been determin
ed Tuesday as x-rays had not yet
been taken.
n
Edward Jef feries broke his arm
at school this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Oienau are
erecting $i new house on Main
street nejr the postoffice.
Ralp"h" Baix leturned Sunday
from Kansas City, where he has
ben doing construc tion work.
POWER SAW
New TiUn Blue Streak with
automatic clutch. 12 H. P. and
weigh only CO lbs.
Western Equipment
Company
2244 N. W. Savier
Portland. Call AT 4128
for demonstration
Valley
Obituaries
Play the gf
RCA VICTOR SYSTEM
of recorded music at
Charles B. Ware
LEBANON Charles Benton
Ware, 62, Linn county district road j
foreman, died Monday as he talk- :
ed to a truck driver at th and E
streets A heart at'ark was staled
as the cau'r.
He was torn Sept 6. 186. near
Eugene and had 'iv.'i . P his life
in Oregon, the . M 2 years in
Lebanon
Surviving aie his w i.iow . Komc:
'1 tee si It is CH.ffvs Po. 11 of
Lei j.non. Alue No 1. pet -and.
and CaiMC lie. IV rtloli
Fiinri.il i.r mnti'tTif weie not
rumi'ifln;. hut mtrrr t u ill be
in "he M.ilKev eemct i y in Fai
Cire the Howe-Huton chapel an
nourees .
HEIDER'S
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Gates M
ri and Mrs. Robert
Wilson are; the parents of a son
hoi ri May 16 at a Eugene hospital
The baby, who weighed 8 pounds,
has an older brother. Granripai
ents are Mr and Mrs. W. Wells of
Eugene and Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Wilson of Gates
Lyona- Mr. iand Mrs. Bob Fiee
are the parents of a baby boy
born at a Salem hospital
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Super Quality Suits, Sport Coals, Slacks, Suit Goods
Pants, & Fur Felt Hals How Selling at These Grcal
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Hand Tailoring Joe's Prices.
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