The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, August 22, 1956, Page 8, Image 8

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    8-Sec. I) Statesman, Salem, Ore., Wed., Aug. 22, 56
Valley News
Stattsman Nwt Srvic
Exchange Student Arrives
Gets Busy on Hop Machine
llittiau Ktwl Service
WOODBURN-A ll-year-old exchang student from Germany r
,i.t wa unndiv to rak hit senior year at Woodburn High School,
tflrich rriedrich Theodor Ahrend, a tall, blond youth and resident
of Hanover, wai met at the romana Airpori oy me wean nisnopric
family, with whom he will live during his stay here.
The German ttudent is sponsored by the Woodburn Rotary Club
through auspices of tht American
Field Service. Also greeting young
Ahrend on hi arrival were Lloyd
rroom, president of Woodburn Ro
tarians and Frank Doerfler, for
mer Rotary president.
Ahrend will live with the Bish
pricks as ana of the family. He
will ba aided in making adjust
ment by the Bishopries' two
sons. Dea Jr., and Bill.
- Tho guest ttudent, wha speaks
English extremely well, will be
quick to 1 a a r a one aspect of
American . Industry. Ha went to
work Tuesday on a hop machine
at the Joe Serre farm.
It won't be a completely new
cxperjenca for the young German.
"I am accustomed to working on
the land," be (aid.
Grange Fair
Set Oct. 6
At Union Hill
UtMaua Mtws ferric
UNION HILL Henry Peters
master of Union Hill Grange, has
appointed Airs. Julius Kreni, Mrs
Verny Scott and Mrs. W. M. Tate
as a committee for the Young
Grangers contest. The lecturer
Mrs. James Gilham Is in charge
of the. contest.
The annual Grange Fair for the
community will be held the after
noon and evening of Oct. I at the
Grange Hall.
Committee are Agriculture,
' Richard Krens chairman.
Seeds and grain Henry Han
sen, Robert Lierman, Dale Miller
and Glen Morley.
Fruit and. nuts Robert Hum
phreys, Henry Peter. W. Enge
man and W. M. Tate.
Vegetables W, F. Kreni,
Charles Morley, W. J. Lensman
and Guy Scott.
rlowers Mrs.' James Gilham,
Mr. Byron McElhaney and Mrs.
W. M. Tata.
Textiles Mrs. .Verny Scott.
Mrs. Julius Kreni and Mrs. Rob
art Humphrey.
- Canning Mr. W. J. Lensman,
Mr. M. M. Gilmour and Mrs.
Robert Lierman.
Baking Mr. Henry Peters,
Mr. A. N.' Doerfler, and Mrs.
Henry Hansen.
Hobbles and antique Mr.
W. F. Krens and Mr. Geneva
Hubbard.
Country ttora Mr. Robert
Darrah and Mrs. Donald Jaquet.
Lunch Mrs. Robert Hum
phreys, Mr. W. J. Lensman,
Mr. Robert Lierman and Mr.
Henry Peters.
" Births
At Vallty Hospitals
Horse Show
Honors Go to
Susan Steinke
- BtalPMNU Hl Settle -
SOLTII SALEM-Snsan Steinke
won the high-point trophy in the
senior division of the South Salem
Junior Saddle Club's fourth an
nual Show.
Joyce Cates and Susan Trapnell
tied for first in the Junior divi
sion. Forty horses participated in the
14-event show. Second in the high
point event was Bonnie Kurth;
3rd. Clayton Sleinke; 4th. Skip
Shaw and 5th, Edwina Fitigerald.
Also placing In the Junior divi
sion were: 2nd. Jeff McKillop;
3rd, Clark Jackson; 4th. Billy
Trapnell; and Slh, Melda Sunder
land. First place winner were re
ported as follows:
Costume class, Susan Trapnell;
Western pleasure, Clayton Steinke
and Jeff McKillop, English pleas-'
ure, Bonnie Kurth; trail norse
class, Ronnie Kurth: stake-bending.
Skip Shaw, mixed pairs.
Janice Fagg and Gail Young:
scurry race. Bonnie Kurth; Texas
Barrel race, Susan Steinke; bare
back, Doris R bloom.
Winning first in the baiter class
was Pennelope Lou. a quarter
horse show by Cheryl Kurth.
Judge was William V. Jones,
Vancouver, Wash., editor of The
Lariat. - -
Orris Newman
Dies, Married
For 62 Years
uteunia Ntws Itrvlc
' AMITY Services will be Thurs
day at It a.m., at Scott's Chapel,
McMinnville, for Orris Hayden
Newman, M, who died Monday at
Faith Convalescent Home here.
Hayden was born in Henry
County, Illinois, July 22, 1870. Fol
lowing graduation from Illinois
State Normal, he friarried Jennie
E. Watson, Aug. . 1894. The!
couple observed their 62nd wed
ding anniversary this year.
The family came to Oregon in
192S and settled at Mill City where
Newman was with the Hammond
Lumber Company for 19 years.
They moved to Amity In 1944.
In addition to the widow, sur
vivors are three chillren, Mrs.
Harry E. Frit of t'rbana, III.;
J. H. Newman of Fairview and
T. V. Newman of Amity; eight
grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
Fanners Union -
Picnic Attracts
Pedec Delegation
lutumia Nw Servlrt
PEDEE Mr. and Mrs. Percy
Lamb, Mrs. Blanche Rosenstock
and Lois. Mrs. Mollie Lace, Mrs.
Sidney Howard and Jran Hit
hum attended the state Farmers
t'nion picnic at Champoeg Sun
day. Mrs. Lacey was one o' three
persons presented prizes for
length of time as members of the? i
Farmers Union
4-H Winners'
Emerge From
Linn Show
auUiMjia Ntwi Service
ALBANY - Linn County 4-H
championships were decided here
Tuesday as the county's 4-H fair
continued. It will end Wednesday
night with the annual fat stock
auction, sponsored by Albany Ki
warns Club.
A team of girls won the dairy
Judging championship and will rep
resent Linn County at the State
Fair. They are Karen McDonald
and Ann Longberg, both of Scio:
and Nancy Davis, Albany: Gcrald-
ine McDonald, Scio, is alternate.
Crops identification honors went
to Lawrence Sansen and Kay Jor
dan of Lebanon and to Jerry Kale,
Albany route 2.
Forestry identification winners
were Jesse Wilkensen, Winston
Wheeler and Bobby Leckband, all
of Lebanon.
The winning livestock judging
team was Fred Perkins and Ann
Warren, both of Shedd, and Joan
Stellmachcr,, Albany.
Annabelle Edwards, Albany, was
a major winner, taking the grand
championship showmanship, win
ning live blue ribbons on her Suf
folk sheep and receiving a trophy
for exhibiting the champion 4-H
club members flock. The trophy
was. awarded by First National
Bank of Portland, Albany branch.
Family Off
For Germany
autctmaa Ntwi Srrvlca
rEDEE Master . Sgt. Dale
Snider and family left Sunday for
She is a charter w Ynrk frnm whirh thev will
and present member of the Pedee ..ji Aueust M for three vears in
local which was organized in 1916; Germany.
and shared honors with L. H. Mc-j They nav, Rppnt the past week
Bee, of IheTrlberty Bell local, wjth Mrs, Snider's parents. Kir.
also organized in 1916. and Mrs ivan Blankenbaker in
Mrs. Lacey, 82,. and McBee, 82. Mnmouth.
wore srhnolmatps in the erade! it cn',A. - tt. - .-
- - - ..KB. kJIIIUCI , IIIC IU1IIII I ,
school located at the present site May Blankenbaker.
Prep School
Sets Date for
Registration
lummii Ntwi rvlc
MT. ANGEL Registration at
Mt. Angel Preparatory School for
boys will be held on August 20-11
for the school year beginning Sep
tember 11. it was announced Tues
day by the Rev. Clement Frank,
OSB, principal.
Registration hours on both days
will be t to 12 a nt , 2 to S p.m.,
and 7 to I p.m. Celebration of
Mass in the Abbey Church at 8:30
a.m. on opening day will formally
begin the school year.
A vocational program making
use oi tne aptitude tests and indi
vidual counseling will be intro
duced into the school's schedule
this year, along with a daily "ac
tivity" period and an Intramural
sports program.
new on me faculty . this year
are the Rev. Bertrand McLough-
nn. uhB, typing: the -Rev. Am
brose Zenner. OSB. senior reli
gion; the Rev. Eugene Each. OSB,
mathematics; The Rev. Gerard
Marx, OSB, psychology and
ethics; and the Rev. Augustine De
Noble, OSB, librarian and Latin
instructor. "
. Student body officers for 1954-57
are LeRoy Fessltr, president;
Daniel Susee, vice president;
Larry Kleinsmith. secretary; and
Joseph Kintd, treasurer.
Rites Set for Brothers Killed in Traffic Crash
FORMOSA PUSHES LANGUAGE
TAIPEI (A"i Formosa's prov
incial department of education has
ordered establishment of kinder
gartens in the aboriginal districts
of the. island to stimulate the use
of Mandarin, the official Chinese
language.
SUWoua Ntwi Strvk
CORVALLIS Rites for twa bro
ther who were killed in a traffic
accident Monday will be held here
Friday. '
Richard Nolan, 22, and Anthony
Nolan, 16, the victims, were listed
as residents of Monmouth, where
their father, Roy Nolan, currently
is attending summer school at Ore
gon College of Education.
The father is a teacher at Yer-
Ington, Nev., where Anthony Nolan
would have been a Junior in high
school this fall. Anthony was born
April 28. 1939, at Dallas.
Richard Nolan was born Jan. 11,
1934 at Corvallia, lived for a time1
at Falls City and graduated from
high school at Vale. He enlisted In
the Navy in 1952 and had Just com'
pleted his tour of service. He had
planned to enrol at Oregon State
College this fall.
The two were killed Monday
when their car collided with a
loaded log truck on Highway 34,
between Corvalhs and Alsea.
Services for the two will be held
at 2 p.m. Friday at the DeMoss
Durden chapel in Corvallia with
the Rev. Daniel Walker, pastor of
the Corvallis Methodist Church, of
ficiating. Interment will be at Cry
stal Lake Cemetery, Corvallia.
Survivor include the parents,
Mr. and Mr. Roy Nolan, and two
sisters, JoAnn and Linda, all of
whom were reported to be spending
tne summer at Monmouth.
North Howell Delays
Opening of School
NORTH HOWELL-The school
board announces the North Howell
School will start a week late due to
the berry harvest. Tne date now
has been set for September 17.
The teachers, .Mrs. John Camp
bell of Woodburn anl Mrs. George
Anderson of Salem, are th same
as last school term.
Church I Ion on '
Pastor Arn at
Farewell Event
Sutcimaa News rrlra
NORTH HOWELL A farewel
dinner was given Sunday after
noon in the basement of th Nortl
Howell Community Church for th
Rev. and Mrs. Melvia Arn and
sons.
They are moving to Tiaard.
where the Rev. Mr. Ara has ac
cepted a call. He has been pastor
of the North Howell church for
the .past four years. Name of th
new minister has not been re
leased, i
G20HGIE POBG1E
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sler, Mt. Angel, has been a con-;jL.
attended the
tinuous member of' the local since
1914 and was also presented with
a pcize.
rade and high schools here. They
e been living in Colorado
Cochran Rites
Today at Amity
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AMITY Serviced for Mrs.
Lloyd Cochran, longtime - A-nity
resident, will be held at 2 p.m.
Wednesday at Macy h Son Chapel,
McMinnville. Interment will be in
Amity Pioneer Cemetery.
Survivor include her husband.
The Statesman Inadvertantly re
ported that be had preceded her
ia death.
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STATTON To Mr. and Mrs. H.
Dow Harper, Detroit, daughter,
August 20, at Santiam Memorial
Hospital.
To Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A.
Stephenson, Stayton, a. son.
August II, at Santiam Memorial
Hospital.
- To Mr, and Mrs. Eugene R.
Dunn, Stayton route 1. a daugh
ter. August 17, at Santiam Mem
orial Hospital.
MLVERTON-To Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Schiedler, Silverton, a
daughter, August 18, at Silverton
Hospital
To Mr. and Mrs. Robert Greiger
of Florida, a daughter, August 18,
t Silverton Hospital.
T Mr. and Mrs. Carl Leder.
Woodburn, a so, August II, at
Silverton Hospital
Runaway Boxcar
Back in Shelter
ST. 'CLOUD, Minn. v-"Itchey-wheel,"
the runaway boxcasx is
back in the sheltering arms ol the
car barns after trying the open
road with near disastrous results.
Shrouded by torrential rains, the
boxcar made a break for it, slip
ped past the passenger station and
was headed for open country when
a switch engine crew spotted it.
Someone threw a switch Just in
time to head off the boxcar's early
demise at the hand of a passen
ger train.
TYLER TAKES OVER .
TYLER. Tex. ( Tyler has
taken over all cf Dixie. That's
Dixie, Tex., suh. Consolidation of
that school district with Tyler
district-was voted recently.
Springs where Snider has been
stationed the past two years since
his return from Korea. During
that time the family lived in Mon
mouth. They have three children,
Dennis, John and Ronnie.
Accompanying the Snider here
was . Wanda Blankenbaker, who
has spent the past year in Color
ado with her sister.
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Diseases of the cardiovascular
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accounting for 51 per cent of all
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