The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 15, 1949, Page 3, Image 3

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    Buena Vista
Families Hosts
For Gatherings
BUENA VISTA Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Schaffer, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Elhert of Portland were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Loy last
week.
Mr. and Mrs .Curtis Reed and
on of Portland spent a few
days at the Milo Graber home.
Mr. Georgie Prather and Mrs.
Maude Johnston were week-end
ffuestl of Mrs. Prattler's son-in-
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
i. u. buiuvan, at Keedsport.
Mr and Mrs. G. J. Hiebtnthal
were hosts at a Dicnic dinner at
their ! Lewisville home Sunday,
July 10, honoring Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Burns of St Paul. Minn. Mr.
and Mrs. Burns have made many
Trips west since their first trip
Present were Mr. and Mn
Burns; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Weaver,
xwiss Mattie Swann, Mrs. P. J.
, Doughty and son of Portland; Mr.
and Mrs. L. S. Prather and sons
Elmo and Billy of Buena Vista;
BillT Hersrhv n1 Tnrf
Mrs. Norval Embree and daugh
ter of Bridgeport; Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd iKoozer and daughter of
Walteryille; Mr. and Mrs. -N. S.
Runkle and' daughter' of Lewis
ville; Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Adams
and daughter of Eugene; and Mr.
and Mrs. Hilbenthal and daugh
ter, i
4-H Corners
Club Meets
CLOVERDALE The 4-H Be
ginners Canning club, led by
Karleeo Drager, met Tuesday
evening at the home of the lead
er. Election of officers placed
Carol Newkirk as president; Mar
gie Drager, vice president, and
Charlotte Whealdon, secretary.
Following the business meeting
refreshment! were served to the
following members: Evelyn Hen
nies, Irene Thomas, Jennie and
Charlotte Whealdon, Carol New
kirk, Danny Feller, Karleen and
Margie; Drager. The next meeting
will b Tuesday, July 19, at the
home of Irene Thomas.
Marjbrie Bouchie, who is spend
ing a part of her vacation in
Chico, Calif,, with her sister and
family,; the : Lloyd Wallaces, has
written friends and parents re
cently that she is having a won
derful "trip. She spent the 4th at
San Francisco.
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THE VALLEY NEWS COLUMNS
From Th Oregon Statesman's Valley Correspondents
: Independence Dr. J. A. Rom
bough will leave today for Chi
cago to attend a post graduate
course at the National Chiro
practic college.
Albany Marvin Morales,
aviation machinist's mate first
class, son of Mr. and Mrs. H.
J. Morales, 1025 E. 1st it, Al
bany, is now engaged In training
personnel in jet aircraft opera
tions aboard the carrier USS
Valley Forge.
Union Hill The Union Hill
grange will meet Friday night,
July 16, with Mastep- Julius
Krenz presiding. The lecture hour
will be in charge of Lecturer W.
M. Tate. Watermelon will be ser
ved to both subordinate and Juve
nile grange members.
Union Hill The Union Hill
Woman's club will hold its an
nual picnic for members and
their families at Silverton park
Sunday. Luncheon will be served
at 1 p.m. Mrs. W. M. Tate and
Mrs. Henry Peters are in charge
of the coffee and tables. Mrs.
Helen Stromsmoe and Mrs. Ern
est Speed are in charge of the
ice cream.
Swegle Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Yost have returned from a vaca
tion of several days spent at
Longbeach, Wash.
Swede Mr. and Mrs. Grover
Welty are spending their vaca
tion at Seaside.
Frultland William Damery
accompanied friends on a week
end trip to Madras.
I Lyons The Women's society
of the Lyons Methodist church
have invited friends of the church
to attend a reception for the Rev.
and Mrs. O. A. Jewell at i the
Community clubhouse Friday at
8 p.m.
Independence The Oregon
state employment service will
open offices here Monday, July
18, in the Firestone building on
Second street.
North Howell The Stevens
annual reunion will be held at
the Roy Esson home Sunday,
July 17.
Valley Births
CLOVERDALE Mr. and Mrs.
James Davenport, now of Sweet
Home, are announcing the birth
of their first child, Theresa
Yvonne, who weighed 5 pounds,
IS ounces at birth Sunday, July
10.
LYONS Mr. and Mrs. Don
ald Huber are parents of a new
daughter born July 8 at Salem
Memorial hospital.
SILVERTON Born at i the
Silverton hospital July 11, a
daughter to Mr. and Mrs. James
C. Palmer.
Lutheran Ministers
Hold Picnic In
Silverton Park
SILVERTON Twelve Luth
eran pastors and their families
picnicked In the Coolldge & Mc
Clalne park Tuesday and later
enjoyed the municipal swimming
pool.
The group totaling 4? included
the Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Knutzen
and family of Canby; the Rev.
Glen W. Brtgstad family, Oswe
go; the Arne Christensons and
the Rev. Orval Schmidts, Port
land; the Rev. Waldo L. FJlick
sons, Milwaukie: the Rev. Luther
Borgens and the Rev. M. Braat
ens, Salem; the Rev. Harold
Aalbues, Eugene; the Rev. Ster
ling Simonsons, Springfield; the
Rev. Clyde Greinstveldt, Van
couver, Wash., and from Silver
ton the Rev. M. J. K. Fuhrs, the
Rev. S. L. Almlles.
Brazil Pastor To
Preach at Zena
ZENA Jack Quiring, super
intendent of Zena Sunday school,
announced Sunday that Mr. and
Mrs. Oliver M. Thomas and
daughters, Joy, Jean and Mary of
Brazil, will attend Sunday school
Sunday, July 17.
The Rev. Thomas will hold ser
vices, show curios and colored
slides of Brazil. Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph C. Shepard have Invited the
Sunday school and visitors to
their home for a no-host dinner
after services.
CLUB PICNIC SLATED
OAK POINT Polk County
Federation of the Rural Woman's
club, will hold its annual picnic
Wednesday, July 20, at Brush Col
lege picnic grounds. Dinner will
be at 1 o'clock. The guests are
requested to bring their own
lunches. A program will be fea
tured following the dinner.
Valley
Obituaries
James Robert Given, Jr.
ALBANY, July 14 James Ro
bert Given, jr., 19, died in Provid
ence hospital, Portland, Thursday,
after a three-months illness.
Funeral services are set for
10:30 a.m. Saturday at Fisher fun
eral home here, with Interment
to follow at St. John's cemetery.
Surviving are his mother, Mrs.
Hazel Fintell, father J. R. Given,
half-sister Lee Given and grand
father George Given, all of Al
bany. He was the nephew of
Mrs. Elmer Currie, Salem, and L.
K. Colgan, Warrenton.
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North Howell
Grange Stages
Hobby Night
NORTH HOWELL -4 Visitors at
a meeting of North Howell Grange
Mondav were Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Krenz and Mrs. Myra Fisher of
Union HilL Roll call on "Hob
bies' was well answered, and dis
plays were arranged showing a
good collection. New cupboards
hava been installed by Mr. John
Lowre. The program for the Aug
ust 1 meeting will be presented
by Mrs. W. M. Oddic, Mrs. Amy
Beer and Joe Russ.
Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas have
had their guests recently, her mo
ther, Mr. E. L. Hopkins, sister
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
D. Reese and children, and neice.
Sherry Anne Gatlin of Pboenk,
Arizona.
Descendants of the' pioneer
Steele family, who came to this
co mm unit in the early days, met
at the North Howell grange hall,
Monday,' July 11, to renew ac
quaintances for the second con
secutive year. Mrs. Andrew Steele
of Albany, was the oldest member
present and Nikkr Stark of Silver
ton the youngest. Others came
from Gresham, Canby, Stayton,
Woodburn and near by districts.
Simpson Reunion. Slated
For Brush College
ZENA The annual Simpson
reunion will be held at Brush
College picnic park Sunday, July
17, with Claude Simpson of Port
land, newly elected president,
presiding.
All of the Simpson clan is di
rectly descended from William
and Mary Simpson, who crossed
the plains in 1848. Sam L. Simp
son, Oregon poet was one of the
descendants. A basket dinner will
be served around noon, followed
by a business meeting, program
and reminiscences.
The Stoteamcm. 'Solim. Oregon. Friday. T"3r 13. IU99
Oak Point Girl
Honored on Birthday
OAK POINT Marlene Wilson
was an honor guest at picnic
and sw-imming party at Dallas
Park Monday by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Wilson, on her
birthday. Mrs. Z. Bartel present
ed Marlene with a Urje birthday
cake. -i "
Guests were Ronnelle and Ray
mond Wilson, Yvonne jand Wayne
Scranton, Ronna Uardipan, Marion
ad Jerry Bartel, Don knd Robert
Webb, Randy arid Hershel Mc
Coslin, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mc
Cashin. Mr. and Mrs. .Wilson and
the honor guest, i I
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Owner - Operator
Grocery
Georg Schaub and George Ire
land invite you to the " ,
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land Meat Market at 21 75 South
Comm'l. It it a new, convenient
market with plenty of parking
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FREE EFTS
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Owner - Operator i
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We'll have free corsages for the ladies who visit us Saturday
between 1 and 5 . balloons for children accompanied
by their parents ... free coffee and donuts for everyone.
Please be our guests Friday and Saturday. "
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