The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, June 17, 1949, Page 24, Image 24

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THE VALLEY NEWS COLUMNS
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From Tho Oregon Statesman's Valley Correspondents
Many Visitors
Entertained
At Jefferson
JEFFERSON Mr. and Mrs. Van
Earverud of Santa Barbara, Calif.,
re visiting relatives here and
will attend homecominf at the
Univemity of Cuon this week
end. They have been ruests of
Mr. nd Mrs. James G. Pate, Mr.
and Mm. Rex Hartley, and Mr.
nd Mm. Robert Seari of Salem.
Monday night. Mr. and Mm. Pate
entertained at a family dinner for
the California guests. Roberta
Scars is on of the 4-H club mem
ber from this community attend
ing lummcr school at Corvallls
thia week.
Mr. and Mr. Alfred Doty and
daufhter Lois of The DaHes were
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Young. .
The Cary Quinett family who
formerly lived on the Greens
Bridge road and moved to Salem
bout six months ago, have moved
to Powder River. Colo.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F.. Regester and
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Tucker of Leb
anon were Sunday guests of Mr.
nd Mm. Gilbert Looney. A family
dinner observed Mrs. Regester's
birthday. I
cemetery. The. Fuher Funeral
Home is in charge of ; arrange
ments, j :
Ida-McHargue was born in
Brownsville November 27. 1863,
the daughter of James . K. and I
Sarah Montgomery McHargue who
crossed the plains to Oregon in
1847. She had spent her entire
life in the Brownsville community
with the exception of five years
in Grants Pats..
In Albany, on May 29, 1002,
Ida McHargue was married to
George W. Hansen. Mr. Hansen
died in 1915. Mrs. McHargue was
a charter member of the Stayton
Chapter of Eastern Star, and at
the time of her death was a mem
ber of Zenith Chapter, O.E.S., of
Brownsville. She was also a life
long member of the Baptist church.
Surviving is one sister, Mrs.
Louisa Katherine Hume of
Brownsville,
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Valley
Obituaries
Harvey Eugene Moyer
JEFFERSON Funeral services
were he!d Thursday morning at
Talbot Community church at 10
o'clock for Harvey Eugene Moyer.
21, killed in a motor accident near
Albany Sunday. The Rev. R. Ro
gers Irwin, pastor, will be in
; charge.
Pallbearers will be Frank
Chambers, Bud Chambers, Van
Chambers, Othel Chambers: Glen
Edwards and Walter Franz. In
terment in the Jefferson cemetery.
Born March 2. 1928 at Hugo,,
Okla., Moyerwas a son of Mr.
nd Mrs. Lonnie F. Moyer of
Talbot. He had lived in Okla
homa until six years ago. when
he came with his parents to this
community. He was inducted in
to the army from Portland April
22, 1946. Due to an' injury re
ceived while serving in Germany,
he was returned to Brooke Gen-,
eral hospital. Fort Sam Houston,
Texas, where he was discharged
In February of this year.
Surviving are the parents; bro
thers, Sgt, William Moyer, US
army in Germany, Lonnie Moyer,
Jr., of Chieogo, Richard Moyer and
C. W.- .Mriyrr of Jefferson; sis
ters. Mr. I)amy Chambers of Cor
vallis and Martha Lois Moyer of
r Jefferson.
Wins Masters
At Willamette
GERVAIS Paul Reiling. prin
cipal -of the Gervais ' union high
school, received his master of arts
degree at the Willamette univer
sity commencement last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Davis who
have sold part of their farm to
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gratzinger
and family of Ventura, Calif., are
moving into the Elmer iJorgensen, -house
near the south qity limits.
They expect td remain :here until ;
after harvest and until; they find;
another suitable farm.
Mrs. John Banick and daughter, :
Wanda Ferrin are in California j
where they are viMting with her!
brother and family, the; Ray Car
micals, at Fresno. j
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon! Oaks and
three children of Portland have ;
been spending a few days with j
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Cutfforth.
Buen VUU William Thurs
ton of Eureka, Calif, was calling
on old friends here Saturday, Mrs.
Thurston and daughter are visit
ing relatives in Memphis, Tenn.
and Thurston will join them lat
er. They expect to make their
home there.
Gate The school board elec
tion will be held at the school
house Monday, June 20. A new
director: to serve three years is
to be fleeted to succeed Elmer
Stewart whose term expires. The
1949-50 school budget will also
be submitted for approval.
Sheridan The Sheridan High
school band and majorettes visit
ed several surrounding towns
Mondayi boosting the Phil Sheri
dan Rodeo to be held here Satur
day and Sunday. They were ac
companied by several carloads of
towns people.
Keiser Boy Scout Troop 41
will hold court of honor Tuesday,
June 21 at the Kcizer Grange
ball. Following the awards a pie
social will be held, with women
and girls asked to bring pies to
be auctioned.
Gate Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Garrison have almost completed
equipping thir new Variety store
and announce the opening date
as June 24. The establishment
will have a fountain lunch and
will be operated by the Garrisons.
Keiser Children's day will be
observed Sunday, June 19 at the ;
Community church with a pro- i
grambeginning at 9:45 am. 1
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Jefferson Mrs. Earl Phelps
and Mrs. Guy Roland were host
esses to members of the Past Mat
rons club recentlj in the chapter
rooms. The 1:30 dessert luncheon
was followed by visiting. Present
were Mrs. D. H. Looney, Salem.
Mrs. Guy Aupperle, Albany, Mrs.
Miller. Crabtree Mrs. Earl Lynes.
Mrs. Delmer Davidson. Mm. Wil
bur Anderson, Mrs. Guy Johnston
and the hostesses.
Halls Ferry A meeting will
be held at the school house Mon
day evening, June 30th at 8 p.m.
to elect a new school board mem
ber for the ensuing year. All
members of the community are
urged to attend.
Hayesville Polls will be open
from 9 p.m. to 10 (DST) Monday.
June 20 for the purpose of elect
ing a school director to replace
Everett Brown, whose term ex
pires. Nominations will be from
the floor and voting by secret
ballot. A public meeting to dis
cuss 'space conditions of the prirrr
ary room will precede the election
at 8 p.m.
Amity IOOF Gives
Initiatory Degrees
V
AMITY ! Amity lodge 67. j
IOOF, held its regular meeting ,
June 14 at the IOOF : hall with
the initiatory degree conferred on .
Fay Morrison. Wilbur Johnson and ;
Tom Martin received the third de- ;
gree. ! 1
Several members of Canton
Yamhill 6, In uniform, $ind mem
beqa of the encampment branch of
Ihe'ordcr assisted withi' the third j
degree, adding much to the solem
nity, of the occasion, fi 55 j
Grand Patriarch A. R.jMcLaugh- !
lin, andCran.d Junior Garden
Hugh Lewis were honor guests.
There were visitors from Yamhill,
McMinnviIle nd Sheldon, Wash.
Mrs. Ida A. Hansen
ALBANY Mrs. Ida A. (Mc
Hargue) Hansen, K8, died at her
home in Brownsville at 5 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon, June 14. fol
lowing a brief illness. At her re
quest the funeral will be held from
her home in Brownsville. It will
take place at 2 o'clock, Friday,
June 17. Rev. Menno Rempel,
pastor of the Brownsville Bap
tist church will officiate. Burial
will be in the Pioneer McHargue
Hoevet Family to Attend
Ketinion in North Salem
JEFFERSON Mri and Mrs.
Gilbert Hoevet and children will
attend the Hoevet family reunion
Sunday at the home of his par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hoevet,
north of Salem. j!
The postoffice at Marion will
start a rural 'route delivery July
1. Four mile and 20 j boxes will
be taken off! the Jefferson rope
and several miles off the Turner
route.. Ray Hopper will be tem-
norarv rarnefr. r
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It's
THE JEWEL BOX
for
IHOUCnYFKl. GIFTA FOR
1 WATCHES
HAMILTON
ELGIN
Bl'LOVA
GRtEN
BENRl'S
WALT1IAM
And Other National Makes
As Low as
1 $18.95
3uiies T)cuf
He deserves the finest. Give him
one of these handsome end useful
gifts that will mean so much to him.
They're oil priced to fit any prac
tical budget.
RINGS
DIAMONDS
RUBIES
ZIRCONS
SAPPHIRES
CAMEOS
EMBLEM RINGS
As Low as
$10.95
Miscellaneous Gifts
Key Chains $2.95 to $19.95
Pen Knives .. $3.50 to $ S.75
Belt Buckles $2.75 to $ S.59
Watch Bands .. 75e to $13.95
Men's Leather Military
Sets $1.95 to $14.59
Cigarette
Cases $1.59 to $15.50
Cigarette Case
Liters $1.50 to $15.59
Tie Holders $1.50 to $ 9.75
Cuff Links ...$10 to $ $.50
j New
Arrounts
f
Invited
No Chare e
For Credit
Lodfe Pins 95e to $27.59
Identification
Bracelets .. $6.75 to $19.75
Sheaffer Pen
Sets $3.45 to $23.59
Pocket Watch
Chains 95c to $14.05
Desk Clocks $2.95 to $29.75
Travel Clocks $9.95 to $11.95
CUarette
Liters .1195 to $12.59
Table Liters ..$8.00 to $14.50
DADS Day
Is
Juno 19!
KM
THE New (EDS
Tn
ARE HERE
Thick, Cushioned, Suro-Grip Suction Soles
(Just like you want 'em)
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Cushioned Arch Support Insoles
(Proven Correct by the Big Leaguers)
Washable for Healthiei Feet
(No Mora F.O. (Foot Odor) with the New KfcDS)
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All! Kid's Want KEDS!
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A "Must" for Camp and Summer Play
Web
FREE! FREE FREE
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Your New Keds Handbook of Sports & Games Is now
available at BISHOP'S - Come in early and get your
copy while they fast.
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MATCHING LVGGAGE
21" COMPANION CASE
BRITISH BROWN
24" TWO SUTTER
BRITISH BROWN
14.75
19.75
The luxurious look of fine grain leather plus all the
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Plus 20 Fed. tax
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Sturdy Streamlined
METAL CASE
Cash-and-Carry Makes
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349
Talk about a tough suitcase! You'll be amazed to find this
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Plus 20 Fed. tax
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FOOT LOCKER
A Dependable Value
Al This) Low Price! l.
90
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Plus 20 Fed. tax
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21" Week-End . . . . 1 12.75
26" Pullman ... T .1 7.75
21" Wardrobe . . . . 24.75
13" Train Case . . . . 12.75
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weave, saddle stitched to rigid lightweight wedd frame,
with extra wide split cowhide bindings.
Plus 20 Fed. tax
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Matched Luggage at
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21" Week-End
26" Pullman
21" Wardrobe
i 9.90
j 13.75
! 16.75
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11" TRAIN CASE
Ono Of Our Top Values
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98
Imagine getting a smart 11" Train Case with a big remov
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