The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, May 20, 1949, Page 7, Image 7

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Plans Set
At Willamina
WILLAMINA At a recent
meeting of the senior rlaj of
Willamina union high school,
honor guards, ushers and uHer
ettes were choen for the erari
uatkn exerci. to be held Fri
day evening. May 27. Honor
guards chosen were Grvrrge Nor
ris and Irene Herman. LVhers
and uherettes vere Willie Innrvan
Jim Shott, Ted Ztlterbeig. CUr
New bill. Con ine Kirkert -and
Sharon Gilstrap. ;
Thoj-e graduating in the class
cf 1949 are Pauline Baumgard
ner. Carolyn Bergeron, Del)re
Bice. WiSma Bice. Joyce Buck.
Joyce Dowd. Mary lee Aa.e Fox.
Ruth Ham. Kdwina Antonien
liolten, Betty Holsclaw, Carol
Huridlc-Mon. Alice Koatk. Diane'
Linton. Doris Mackie. Wilma
Malan. Geraldtne Menard. Man
lyn .itgei, Eileen Nelon. Aud
rey Spirer. Bessie Stout. Ruth
Stout and Joan Whitfield.
Fr;ink Abderhalden. Arthur L.
Bor. Roy Brown. Ri hard Bur
don. Morris Cook, Wayne Egbert.
Don F'lansLutg. Robert Garbuft.
Jam-? Hanson Richafd Henthorn.
Arthur Hewitt. Mai in Hine. '.
Eugene LaChance. Lewis Lati-!
mer. Lloyd Iatimer. Rk hard Men
denhall, Winton Mercier, Archie
Murray, Leland Powell. Eugene
Rofeiy. John Silver, Richard
So'A le. Glenn Spurgeon. Don Til
li. David Wakkure and Cleo
W i en
luff class It Audrey .Epicer and
salutatorian Is Marv in Hines. Hon
or graduates axei Carol Huddle
ston, Marilyn Metzger. Cleo Wren.
Bessie Stout, James Hanson. Ed
wina Antonsen Jlolben. Richard
Burdon, Ruth Stout, Eileen Nel
son and Dick Mendenhall.
Pedee The Women's Society cf
World Service of the Evangelical
United Brethren church met Tues
day with Mrs. Del Maddux.
Valedictorian for the graduat-
Sweet Home Sweet Home Jay
cees and their families will hold
their annual picnic at Bates Park.
Sunday. May 22, Bates Park is
on the south Saritiam river eight
miles nortnwest i sweet Home.
Spring Valley Mrs Earl Buell.
a cousin of Mrs. Harvey McLaugh
lin, who formerly resided on the
old Toner farm fat Lincoln, is a
patient at the Memorial hospital.
Her home U now at Amity.
Four Criers i-The Teen Kan
teen ill hold their last meeting
until fall Friday at 7:30 p m in
the Community hall Mr and
Mrs. William Brown will act as
Willamina IWillamina union
high school's 1949 graduating class
will have baccalaureate services
Sunday, May 22, at 8 p m. in the
high school gym.
The Rev. E. Jj Howell will give
the invocation.- the Rev. !-
Labor Office
Now Located
At Mt. Ansel
MT. ANGEL A farm labor
' office has again been established
here in Mt. Artfel for the pur-ptK-e
of solving the crop harvest
ing problems, and the work will
be taken care of by Mrs. Tonv
Hauth. The flfite is in the Hauth:
home but application can ab-o
be- made at Tony Hauth's business
office at the Mt. Angel Land Co;
Mrs Hauth said that both em-
! ploveis and tho--e seeking work
should conta t her and that in
addition to the farm
viork domestic help will also be
, arranged for.
The work is under the super
vision of the Oregon state em
ployment service in Saiem.
Woodruff will present the sermon
and the Rev. C. E. Calame will
give the benediction.
Willamina At the grade school
carnival held Friday, May 13. Ann Breeden. candidate
from the 7th grade, was chosen
queen. The carnival was a huge
success, with $1,008 gross taken
Aamsvllle Baccalaureate serv
vices for the graduating class of
Aumsville high school will be held
in the school's gymnasium Sunday !
at 8 p.m. The Rev. Lee of Shaw
will deliver the sermon.
Silverton Missionary,
Group Holds Retreat
SILVER TON Members of the
Missionary society and the Jun
ior Guild of First Christian
church joined for a retreat Tues
day at Silver Falls state park.
The retreat opened at 8 a m,
with devotions by Mrs. A. C.
Bates. Breakfast followed at 9:30.
Mrs. John Jordan. Albany, di
rected calendar planning. Mrs.
Harry Vetter led in ortg service
and Mrs. Jordan gave he World
Call address. !
Following noon luncheon the
Junior Guild members j were in
charge of worship service, fol
lowed by program planning dis
cussion and another talk by Mrs.
Jordan. 1
Burian, Alfred
Appointed on
Scout Group
and I. B. Alfred were appointed
Tuesday at the scout council to
i serve with representatives of oth
er organizations as a committee
to confer with the school board
to provide heat for the Washing
ton Irving building where the
various groups meet.
The council will also petition
the city council for a nev: type
, street light at the comer of North
Second and Park streets where
the building is situated.
, Burian and R. G. Smith were
appointed to arrange with the
Rotary club fcf concessions at
the surnmer horse show which the
latter is planning.
Alf O. Nelson was appointed
to organization and extension
chairman on the Boy Scout coun
cil and R. G. Smith to health
and safety.
Buena Oet Srheo!
Sets Graduation Plans
BL'ENA CREST Eighth grade
graduation for Buena Crest school
will be at 8 p.m. Monday. Mav
23. at Quinabv Roval Neighbors
j hall
The three graduates are Oleta
Hall. Edward Young and Ernes
teen Stephens. Mrs. Agnes Booth,
county- school superintendent, will
' giv e the address.
! Independence Women
Visit at Silverton
SILVERTON Headed by mem
bers of the Independence Garden
club, a number of women from
Independence visited the Cooley
iris gardens at Silverton Sunday.
Included in the group were
Mrs R M Walker. Mrs. George
; Knott. Mr-. E. E Addison. Mis
Clarence Harwood. Mrs. A. L.
Thomas. Mrs Ben Savage. Mrs.
Clair Irvine. Mrs. Mick Versteeg ,
I Mrs. Paul Dodele, Mrs. John Don
aldson, Mrs. Stella Fluke. Mrs.
Melvin Elkins. Mrs. Clyde Hunni-
i cutt. Mrs. Harrison Brandt. Mrs.
Walter Reed. Mrs. Grace Carter,
Mrs. Mac Gonegal and Mrs. Wes
ley K ester
The) gkriosancn. Salem. Oregon. Frldfly. May ltl? ?
VaMey Mitnnarfieb
IX Leonard D. Waters j
MILL CITY Funeral services. !
for Lt. Leonard D. Waters, Stay
ton youth killed in action with the
air force in India in 1JM4. will
be held Saturday at 2 pjn. in the
Weddle Funeral home at Stay ton.
Burial will be in the Lone Oak
Waters was born March 5. 1922,
at Brownsville and attended pub
lic schools in Stayton. He enlisted
in the air force April 26. 1939,
and was married to an army j
nurse, Lt. Virginia Tripp of Green
ville. SC, March 26. 1843. He I
was' sent overseas in May, 1944. j
and was killed June 14.
Surviving are the widow and i
a daughter Lynn. Greenville; par- j
ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Waters,
Mill City: a sister. Mrs. Barbara
Pate. Mill City; an uncle, W. W.
Waters, Stayton, nieces, Phyllis,
Carol and Sharon Pate Mill City.
Jalia Anne llattea !
SILVERTON Funeral service
for Julia Anne Hut ton, tS, a na
tive cf Silverton, who died at tho
Silverton hospital Tuesday, will be,
held from the Memorial Chapel of
the Ekman funeral home Friday
at 2 o'clock with the Rev. Arthur
Charles Bates of First Christian
officiating. Final rites will be in
the pioneer family lot in Bethany
cemeterv near Silverton.
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