The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, June 09, 1949, Page 18, Image 18

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    It Thai Slotmcm, odwt Oroqon. Thxmdaj. Juna' 1. 1949
THE VALLEY NEWS COLUMNS
From Tha Oregon Stateimjon's Volley Correspondents
Valsetz Cubs
Entertain With
Indian Show
VALSETZ Cub Scout jpack
40 entertained the eoinmu'nity Sat
urday with an Indian Pow-wow.
Den 1 portrayed the Apache tribe
den 2 the Mohicans, den 3 the
Dakota Sioux and den 4 the Black
feet. Each tribe did a war dance led
by Indian Chiefs Marvin Cheney,
Verlin Marshall, Jim Koloen and
Joe Jayne. The Indian battles
consisted pt a scavenger hunt,
antelope race, heel and toe race.
After the battle, medicine men
revived wounded warriors and the
chiefs smoked peace pipes. In the
second half of the program each
tribe cave n Indian skit. Three
5hew Cubs, Teddy Goodel, Lanny
illughes and Artie Hearing, were
admitted to the pack.
Dale Jayne received a lion's
badge, and 'gold and silver arrows
went to Dennis Olson, Loyd Ea
ton, Jerry Murray, Mac Joins.
Ronnie Rose. Denny Alstatt. Kirby
Oison. Lee Hughes, Robert Hasan,
Jr., Johnny Koloen. Ronnie Jor
fenson and Pobby Helmar.
; Three Cubs graduated to Boy
Scout rank and receiving w'ebeln
badges were Robert Ilagan. jr.,
Bobby Helmar and Johnny Kol
oen. They were received by Scout
Master Louis Robinson.
Mrs. Florence Macaboy, Mrs.
Heintz, Mrt. Roe and Mrs. Hear
ing operated the lunch stand dur
ing' the show. The scouts were
- treated by .Otto Ganten.
' Present far the program were
Howard Higbc, Cascade council
scout executive; George Owen,
district coimjielor, and George
Strozut and four den chiefs from
Oregon City.
Keizer Couple .Host
To Graduating Students
KEIZER - Mr. and Mrs. Nick
LeRud entertained a group of high
school seniors who attend the
First Evangelical United Brethren
church at a; dinner Saturday.
Present were Lorna Riggs, Lois
Stevens. Leota Nuttbrock, Dar
lene Gortmaker, Inez Honey, Der-
yl Peters. Ronald Barnick, Nor
ville Hilfiker. Lorene LeRud, the
Rev. and Mrs. Wilmer Brown,
Carl Beach,: Phyllis and Glen Le
Rud. Games were played follow
ing, the dinner. , "
Webb Heads
Aumsville
Turner Post
AUMSVILLE Hugh Webb was
elected commander of the Aums
ville - Turner American Legion
post in an election Wednesday.
Other new officers are Robert
Trader, first vice commander: Ro
bert Ball, second vice command
er: Archie Rankin, adjutant: Jack
Sphoon. chaplain. Bud Kitlinger.
historian: L. D. Roberts, Jr., ser-
j geantat-arm.. and Robert Mick
, ry. service officer.
Wlti.F WnsiAo f C. I ...ill
duct the installation ceremony
June 22. :
Lincoln-Zena
Homecoming
Picnic June 12
LINCOLN The annual Lin
coln Zena homecoming picnic
will be held at the Mickey grove
at Lincoln Sunday. June 12.
Oldftime residents and newcom
ers from Lincoln and Zena and
nearby communities are invited to
attend, A basket dinner will be
served at 1 p. m. preceding busi
nes smeeting and program.. Shel
ter will be provided in case of
rain. ?
r i : r
Valley
j Briefs
Mill and with brothers and sis
ters in the valley.
Swede Beverly Hanson. Bar
bara Ream and Sandra Wilkinnn
are the three members of the Swe
gie Brownie troop who are attend
ing the Girl Scout camp for the
first session.
Valley Births
MILL CITY f Mr. and Mrs.
Don Smith are parents of an 8
pound. 4 ounce daughter, born
June 1 at Salem Memorial hospital
Valley
Obituaries
Fire, Dewtroy Ifgmc
Iii Gooseneck Area
SHKRIDAN Fire Tuesday
night completely destroyr the
home of Henry Wiedeman on his
ranch in the Gooseneck Creek dis
trict south of here.
Mr. and Mrs. Wiedman and
their two small children were in
the garden when a spark from
the kitchen range ignited the roof.
Wiedeman summoned Mhe Dallas
fire department by running to a
telephone at Bucl more than a
mile away.
The houf-e burned rapidly and
as virtually destroyed when the
firefighters arrived.
KANSAS FOLKS VISIT
.SILVERTON Mr. and Mrs.
P. O. Moreen of Salina, Kan., are
here for a visit at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence M. Larson.
Iarons are former residents of
Kalinn.
Ml. Atige Council
Accepts Deed for
Connecting Street
j MT. ANGEL-The city council
Monday accepted the deed to St.
Marys avenue which connects
College and Taylor streets. The
street, constructed on property
will furnish, sites for new homes
owned by the Benedictine abley,
near St. Mary's Catholic church.
The cotmcil also voted to invest
the citv's $12,000 sinking fund in
series F savings bonds to increase
Mt. Anger's income. The money
was originally earmarked for fi
nancing a sewage system, but this
project cannot be started for some
time.
Granted was a request from
the Flax Festival committee to
close Palmer street north of the
Mt. Angel hotel during the cele
bration. '
The council tabled proposals to
charge minimum rates for busi
ness and resident water service
to await advice from the League
of Oregon Cities.
Fire Chief Joe Berchtold re
ported on the Oregon State Fife
Chiefs" convention held at North
Rend. '.
Amity The Amity Baptist
church will present a children's
day program Sunday at the be
ginning of the worship service.
The pastor's sermon topic wilt be
"Little Children." The topic for
the evening service is "Believe
and Receive."
Buena Vista Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Hultman attended gradua
tion exercises at Oregon State col
lege Monday when their daugh
ter, Delores Hultman, received her
degree in education. Miss Hultman
will teach typing and shorthand
at Salem high school next term.
Buena Vista Buena Vista
j school -chose Phyllis Goin and Eva
Kabatbff to attend the 4-H sum
mer school at Corvallis. The stu
dents are sponsored by the PTA
and Woman's club.
!
! Turner Gary Stewart cele
jbrated his fourth birthday Sun
j day with a party at his home. Mr,
j and Mrs. Chester Stewart are
jGary's parents.
Aumsville Mr. and Mrs. Loy
Breon of Valsetz, Joe Lewis and
Mrs. C E. Lewis of Aumsville at
tended a Rickel family reunion
in Spokane, Wash., recently.
Aumsville ' Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Stephens have returrredfrom New
Yoflc .where Stephens received his
master's degree at Columbia uni
versity. They are visiting the Ste
phen home-in Hopewell" and Mrs.
A. E. Bradley in Aumsville.
East Salerif Leaving on Fri
day for their annual vacation trip
are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wagers.
' They plan on driving into Colo
1 rado, north through the Black
; Hills and through several of the
J national forests.
i
i Swegie Carl Dibbern and
I Willard Moore of Swegie are in
j Salem General hospital for sur-jgery.-
.
j Swegie Mr. and Mrs. Charles
1 Jayne and family have as their
! guests her brother and sister-in-!
law, :Mt. and Mrs. Harold Has
fkins of National City, Calif. They
j will spend his three weeks vaca-
tion visiting his father at Scotts
Rosendale Couple Hosts
At Sunday Picnic
ROSEDALE Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Cole entertained Sunday
with a picnic dinner in honor of
Mrs. Nora Cole, who is leaving
this week to spend -the summer
with her daughter and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Ceroid Pearson, at Mil
lington. Those present were Mrs,. Lela
BowraanMr. and Mrs. Ray Mc
Lean, Miss May Cole, Mrs. Frank
Cole, Mrs. Dorothy Smith. Mr.
Mike Oatfield all from Portland
Mrs. Nora Cole. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Lupe. Mr. and Mrs. Wil
fred Lantis, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Timothy VTalf
WOODBURN Timothy Wolf
three-year-old son of Mr and Mrs
Lawrence Wolf of Woodburn.
route 2, Tuesday night at a Port
land hospital where he had been
three days. Born in North Dako
ta. November 25, 1945. Besides his
parents he is survived by five
brothers, Bennie, Russell, Jimmie,
Tob'y and Nicky Wolf and four lis
ters, Mabel. Irene .Rebecca and
Reruiie Wolf all at home, and his
grandmother, Stella Sinn at Dick
enson. North Dakota. Graveside
services will be held Thursday,
June 9, at 11 a.m. at St. Luke's
cemetery here with the Ringo Moi -tuary
in charge of arrangemen's.
to Oregon in 1920, settling at Park
dale in the Hood River valley,
where he farmed for 25 years.
Moved to Portland four years ago
Survived by wife, Amanda C En
ney, to whom he was married Jan
2. If27 at Detroit, Minn., three
daughters, Mrs. Harold R. Eng
bloom of Independence, and Haer.l
and Harriet Enney of San Fran
cisco; a son. Milton C. Enney of
Corvallis: a sister, Mrs. P. M. At
wood of Staples. Minn.; two bro
thers, Herbert Enney of St. Paul,
Minn., and George Ray Enney of
Morgan Hill, Calif.; and a grand
son, Dennis Ray Engbloom of In
dependence. Services were held at
Walter L. Smith Mortuary, Wed
nesday. June g. at 10:30 a-m. witbiment was In Beicrest Memoril
Rev. John Hood officiating. Inter-(park in Salem. i
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the age of "6 years. Born at Lan-'
sing. Mich., Aug. 2. 1872, the jn,i
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I Mrs. Kenneth Cole ana sonsT Billy,
'Gary and Tommy.
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