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Kenneth Thomas and wife have
moved into the Kreiett Gardner house
en Fifth avenue.
AVoodblirn, Or., May 15: Mrs. Wil
Iivlmina Walter died at the home of
her eon. Recorder S. E. Brune in this
city, Sunday, May , amd 82 vcar. 10
months and II) days. Funeral service
were held at the Methodist
church Tuesday. Rev. C
preaching the sermon from II Cor.,v.l,
s text selected years ago by the de
ceased. Interment was in Belle Passi
cemetery. Music was by a choir com
posed of Mrs. P. L. Lore, Mrs. E. P.
Uorcom, A. E. Austin and Rev. Dark,
Mr. Beanie Cowles presiding at the pi
uo. raunearers were Messrs. V. R.. Stayton schools with parents and
i uuikiu, v. r.. jyter. jr. Jj. Morrixnn. i fripnila th.mH In .v,.. .
school baseball uam on ::ie few daya lie up oa account of a k!i
. here Tuesday. The score was of the loggers.
and was the first defeat Albany i Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Barkhurst hve
has nut this year. Naturally Stayton returned from Portland where Mr.
is much elated. .Barkhurst had a damage suit in this
Mtue. Virginia Rovere , a noted sing-'term of court. A Mr. Werner sued
er and teacher of San Francisco, Is; Mr. Barkhurst" for 17000 damans in
visiting Mrs. Berringer at MehamaJan automobile collision "occurring
Mine. Rovere was formerly a memberUune 13, 1919. Mr. Werner Comoro-
of the Lombard! Grand Opera com-Imised for $50 and the case wan e-
?T Stayton Celebrates
Lifting Of Debt
Stayton, Or., May 15. Wednesday
evening the pupils and teachers of the
C. E. Beaman, W. A. Roberts and J. H.
WUhelmlna Bromelslck was born in
Germany June 29, 1937, and cam, to
thU county with her parents when a
Uttle girl, settling Jn Franklin county,
mo., wrier, ner girlhood years wn
to celebrate the clearing of the gym
nasium from debt. Besides securing a
viuao ,m siuuent Dody of the school
nas aunng tne past.four years raised
about 11000, which was applied on the
cost ot the gym, and Wednesday night
mey naa the pleasure of seeing the pa
- - . ' nuvu j rni . nrrn j ...... w wictuub i ot rr uiir in, m.
pent In 1854 she was married to I pers that represented th lnt hit
l..lia 1.X T . T .urn . . I i .. ,, V. t , .J . -. .
uiuiic. iu 1009 jur. Mrunft t 'uurm kd un in name itira.
entered the ministry and took' an ap
jx.niimeiu in tne H. w. German con
fcrence of the M. E. church, dying at
Lawrence, Kansas, in 1867. In 1876
Mrs. Brune married Rev. Daniel
Walter. He retired from active duty
later on and they retired to a comfort
able home In Endore, Kansas, where
he passed iiway In 1907. Since then
Mrs. Walter has madeher home with
her two sons, S. E, Brune of this city,
and George C. Brune of Lawrence,
Kansas. She Iat come to Woodburn
In 1916 and her physical condition
made It imi.of.sll.ie for her to return
to Kansas. She suffered two strokes'
of paralysis, the last one on September
St last, leaving her almost helpless.
Mrs. Walter leaves to mourn her de
mise a brother, William Bromelslck of
Lawrence, Kansas;' two sons, 8. E.
Brune of Woodburn, Or., and George
C. Brune of Lawrence, Kansas, four
grandchildren and one great grandchild.
tor George Keech explained the work
mat naa been done by the pupils and
teachers in clearing the debt. He also
spoke a good word for the millage
bill and the higher educational tT
pact, different classes fit ttin hni)1
gave pleasing and amusinir "stunt."
At the close of the program everyone
who desired it was served Ice cream
and cake free and although the even
ing was chilly many remained to par
take of the refreshments.
Mrs. J. A. Hendershott
to Salem today bv the d eath fif nn in
fant half-sister, whose death
caused from pneumonia.
tied out of court
Mrs. O. V. White returned home
Friday after a two weeks visit with
her parents at Forest Grove.
Mrs. J. S. Richie Is able to be up
again after two weeks sickness.
Mr, and Mrs. J. & Rich are nlnn-
nlng on starting for Ohio about June
Air. JJlXOn. th neur hanbo wo
nere a tew days this week in the in
terest of the new bank.
J. B. Barkhurst, local real estate
man, was out showing some easters
people some fine farms this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Fischer are
spending a few davs In Portland- Mr
Fischer in poor health and Is tak
J. W. Kellin Jtr finna flnleha.1
ng a large tract of prunes and logan.
berries this week.
C. C. Stanton contracted his
crop this week to the Sllverton can
nery, prices range from 13 to 18 eents
at his farm. I
Dallas Girl Is
Appointed To 0.
A. C. Position
Or., May 15. Miss Hazel
; the juvenile court today for examina
Mrs. A. Gooch and daughter, Bessie,
s I Kuth L. Turner, ptaiuutf, vs. Orin
.Oscar Smith of Bridgeport was in ' F. Turner, defendant Findings of
the city 00 business today. j facts and conclusions of law filed. De
The Dallas hij;h school baseball I cree granted plaintiff.
Polk County Court MathelvsBprnrv
Circuit Court. c "VRleS
a sunnomore at O. A. C. has team motorea to canton tuday to pla Tne Hbove case was heard d . i
been snnninl..! . . 1. . , i n.i.u k u;w i . . . . ;
,11 me come;", '"6" scuooi iram vi uiaiithe April term of court and because
w u-i'a. nifiriii 01 mat insmu-; c1-
tion. Miss Bursell reeoivefl her pai-li-i T c.:.i.
. .. , - wnini -1111111, uuiier vraven.
euucauon in the Mistletoe rural j Victor Williams and Hoilis Smith mo
school near Dallas and t Dallas hi..h!t. x.- ..... . ,
"T- wicu w uugriic mu.iv iu speuu junior
scnooi where she graduated in 1917. Week-end with friends at thp univer
Coach R. L.
She later entered the Capital Business
conege at ba em .xh.m .h. .
buainess course and entered O. A. C. in
1918. Miss Bursell was an industri
ous and successful industrial club
worker during her school career In
Polk county and carried away many
etate prises at the state fair for can
ning, baking and sewing. Her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Bursell, live on a
farm three miles south of Dallas.
A Sunday school wn reeentlv or
ganized at Guthrie school house where
church eervlces are held. John Lath
am was elected superintendent. H I
Johnson, assistant superintendent, and
Miss Annis Gilliam, secretary-treanr- j
er. The Guthrie people are great com
munity workers and this new work
will undoubtedly be a success.
Sell Logans At
12 Cents A Pound
Corvallis, Or., May 15. The Benton
cotty cannery will not be idle this
summer, says its manager, Ira Hut
chings, for the local growers have not
demanded a prohibitive price for their
berries. Manager Hutching 5uav that
he has contracted with a number of
logan growers for 10 cents and has
the assurance that his cannery is go
ing to get all the berries it can handle
at that price.
C T . I m iiimur id years 01a
. C. LogUe was OUt lOOkine uver Of Rallstnn .ono.tl . j . j ..
i , . - . I cmeieu M. uweil-
iiis iruu iarm Sunday and says the ing where Prf r? u -.-!. : . V . "s mm
nm.np.. . . . li " wnere prof. E. H. Castle was . have declared for the nnen hin in
inic iw a targe croo ooaraine and .tii hi. .,.,i... m.. . ' -- ua own a r
. -"'-'.c.o muuin lor some ime
Sixteen Seattle woodworking firms
boy has been directed to appear before i for $7 per day.
Marion, Or., May 15. Mrs. Blair
and son. Howard, of Tillamook i,.ft
lust Saturday for Washington after a
visii wun xrienus nere.
Avro Neul, Raymond Colgan, Ru
dolph Mitxner and Walter George
were hosts to about seventy of their
rrienas at a bonfire party In Mr.
Bengs' woods one evening last week.
it wan a function much enjoyed as
the night wus one of nature's best
Prof. U. S. Dotson and Mr. Ward
of Salem came to Marlon lent Satur
day evening and gave talks on the
millage tax und the higher education
al measure, to be oted upon the 21st.
There were also several numbers by
the pupils of the school which gave
variety ' to lha program. A large
crowd was present, as a response to
the rustling of the pupils of the school
in the short time they had to advertise
Last Friduv nfternonti th Imll trnim
of the Turner school played our school
team, beating them by u score of 9 to
Mr. Houg la again on the board of
examiners for the state examinations
elven Thursday and Friday.
Vive La France is running neck and
neck with Plain Mary, and has a good
chance to regain tho world's champion
snip as she has the green feed to fin
iHh on, Her test ends July 7th.
Mrs. Odull and son, Dick, and Mrs
Dukan of Oilidl were guests at the
Kephart home last week.
RurlMtl Mefjiill it Kulem flnenf amt
Sunday as the guest of his friends, the
J. A. Colgan and family spent lust
Sunday In Salem at the home of Mrs.
Colgan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Cecil Stevens, who has been helping
1 t- ti M. Unliunlr In OMlnm 1. via.
Btuyton. Or., May 15. T. C. Crnb. ltns Mr. and M),g. B. F. En8ley and
tree, who was taken to Balem for family for a week, then will go to
treatment for hiccoughs a couple of eastern Oregon for a visit before en ,
weeks ago, has returned entirely re- terIl,g tne nol.mal school at Belllng-
oovered and Is airaln nttendlnir to h! w.....v. ..
" - - r uiiiil, n aaii.t lur a uniiiier cuuinw jji
duties In the Lilly hardware store. ,mratory to teaching next fall.
Mr. and Mrs. Peto Hirsnlfen of Port.
land are visiting at the M. Hiralefer
' and J. F. Mlelke homes.
W. II. Duwnlng of Shaw was In town
town Wednesdny. Mr. Downing Is a
candidate for delegate to the Demo
cratic national convention In Sun
Tranclsoo, June 28.
The aenlor class of the high school
siprlngs, accompanied by well filled
liim h boxes and cameras.
Stayton high defeated the Albun;
Woodburn, ' Or., May 16. "Pat"
Kennedy, Southern Pacific rounu
faouse foreman here ,1s convalescing at
- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Uenkes from a bad attack of stomach
Cecil Brown has torn down his
house In South Woodburn and Is mov
ing the lumber to his farm near Sa
lem, where he expects to erect a
i -Sergeant Edwiijd Kchnffer returned
- to his home In thin city this week after
nerving four years in the army. He
was discharged at Camp Devens last
week. .. Bergeant Sehaffer was with a
bakery company and served overseas,
Miss Ethel Newton, (laughter of O.
1J. Newton of this city, will be married
on Wednesday, May 26, to Mr, D. A.
t'nffiiinn at Seaside, Or. Miss Newton
is a most estimable young lady and
has many frlendM lnthls city who wish
her much happiness.
Th men and bye of Woodburn are
invited to atlutid. a get-together meet,
log of the lll'V club next Tuesday
. veiiln(f at the high school. jAfter the
tltsoumlon of the lersou there will be
group games lii the gymnasium. I
Charles Whitney and Harry Bom- ,
hoff left Tuesday in the former's ca(
for a trip to Sacramento and other
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--w ' v - i . laxM
defendant had withdrawn his answer
which accused plaintiff of infidelitj'
to married vows and particularly that
she was untrue to him, the court post
poned decision until the district attor-"
ney could have time to investigate
whether or not there was collusion.
By the decree the plaintiff is Rant
ed the decree as prayed for and her
maiden name. Ruth L. Whito is
stored. Carey Martin was fho att
ney for plaintiff.
In re estate of Angelina P. Sears, de
ceased. Final account filed; order fix
ing time and place of hearing of final
Howard W. Morlan to Ruth E.
Mr. Howard E. Morlan of Mon
mouth procured his license today to
marry Miss Ruth E. Brown, a teacher
of Monmouth. Mr. Morlan Is In the
confectionery business and Is very
popular among the yiunger set as welt
as among the business men. Miss
Brown hat been a
instructor :.. ., ,llr' ilr,.
iternity. Mathews l
j friend to all the member .
Iternity since its ori Z T? " the
it does a ma Wi, .'"'. "Uiaj,!.
athletic teams. His 1 C s
inviation to become 7
society 1, further ini72 '
Mathew, Intends to Zm?'
etic director at WiUame I'"!," 4,i"
ly. His work in h,i "' "he.
into the conference last ti "ai"
his continued effort to
let.c standards of the sehooT X
along this line. .t , 11 i
pects of a big year ahead l V"
next year, it is practically
Mathews will remain. a"1
Zbyszko Wins at n-i-.v
Duluth, Minn., May Is ,
Wk,' defeated LP?"
New York here W If?00
ling match in two straight fails
ko used a combinti .. ""."
Id " W hoi
The Antl-AsiaH,. ..,..!..,,
River has .nt . .?".0B HW
resident of Mon- candidates for office a'kinth
e attending the tltude on th ki.. ng a' t-
tion. J the a.
2:15, 4:00, 5:45,
7:30 and 9:15 P.
THE BIG WESTERN PICTURE
"A MAN IN THE OPEN,,
"Two Tough Tenderfeet"
WITH BEN TURPIN AND CHARLIE LYNN
."PM 'ALWAYS CHASING RAINBOWS"..
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tii ijj iin mi iniiiinMamiiiinj .i.iihiii mull
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I Scotts Mills
Scott Mills, May 15 Miss Margnr
IMe DeVoe of Portland has been In
Scotts Mills several clays In the In
terest of the Elllson-Whlte Chautau
qua association, Miss Devoe has made
arrangements for a festival hero in
i Butto Crock" Lumber company start
ed its wheels rolling again after
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iiim nliiliili mt i n m&S
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till, I WW
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Series 20 Big.Six
Pride) of ownership goes with th
poMMoion of a fine motor car. Th
owner of BlG-SlX has a car of
beauty, gnce and distinction, with
well-nigh unlimited power: a car that
ride easily regardless of the road or
the speed at which it travel. Take
a demoastration, and you, too, will
choose a Studebaker.
60 H. P. eletadtable-fcead motori Intermo
dule trMimiHton) 128- ineai wkeelbase,
inmrirm ample roosn fat evrea adult.
All $wdMem Cm ar vfefc
"ThU it a Studebahw Year"
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My Compliments, Mabel
There's nothing so good as a cup of
Folger's Golden Gate strong but not
rank or bitter.
Different in taste from other coffee
vv np.n Ymi
Think this over
We believe that a greater number of
MACK Trucks, are operated at a Ie3S
average cost of upkeep than any other
make of trucks. ' - ,
Ask the owner of a MACK Truck how5
much he has paid for repairs annually.
Or, ask him what his bills have been for
every 20,000 miles, 50,000 or 100,000 miles
set your own basis. :
Ask him how many and what parts he
has had to replace. Ask him about the
transmission gears and axles. Ask him if
a spring ever broke, or a. steering spindle,
or if any othetr part ever failed in
Have you ever heard of a MACK
Crankshaft breaking? We never did.
The MACK is a thoroughly engineered
and manufactured truck. It is made right
in the first place and stays right.
Capacities 11-2 to 7 1-2 tons. '
258 State Street, Salem, Ore.
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