Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, January 30, 1954, Page 8, Image 8

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Varied Social Events Noted
ine women'! association guilds of the . r . I
First Presbyterian, church wiU meet next VODCGrt LQTGU
Saturday, January 30, 1954
- Crown guild will meet on Tuesday at
the home of Mrs. James Haworth, 2776
Alvarado terrace, for a 1:18 p.m. dessert
Mrs. Bjarne Ericksen will be the leader
and assistant hostesses include Mrs. Fran
cis Colgan, Mrs. Lawrence A. Ballmer and
Mrs. Arthur Bone.
- Ada guild is meeti. g on Wednesday at
the West Luther street home of Mrs. H. M.
Price. Mrs. Carl W. Chambers will be
leader and Mrs. Charles 0. Wilson is the
assisting hostess.
Deborah guild plans to meet on .Wednes
day at the church for a 1:15 p.m. dessert.
' Mrs. George Brown is the leader and Mrs.
M. B. Stegner and Mrs. Arthur Bailey are
the co-hostesses.
Esther guild plans to meet for a 12:30
p.m. no host luncheon Wednesday at the
home of Mrs. A. E. Archibald, 1985 Mar
ket street.
Leah guild plans to meet at he home
of Mrs. J. E. Anderson, 196 South 24th street,
Wednesday for a 1 p.m. dessert. Mrs. Wal
ter Fugh is the leader.
Lydia guild will meet In the church par
lor Wednesday for a 1:15 p.m. dessert. Mrs.
Bert Hulst is the leader and hostesses in
clude Mrs, J. M. Glass and Mrs. Mabel
Martha guild is to meet at the Roy Smith
home, 870 Kingwood drive, for a 1:15 des
sert on Wednesday. Mrs. Marion Lamb is
th leader. Mrs. Edward Majek is assistant
Ruth guild is meeting with Mrs. Walter
Sicber, 2240 Ladd -bvenue, on Wednesday
, for 1:15 p.m. dessert Mrs. E. A. Collier
is the leader.
Sarah guild will meet on Wednesday at
the home of Mrs. Russcl E. Pratt, 519 North
24th street, for a 1:15 p.m. dessert Mrs.
Robert Howells is the leader.
Westminster guild plans to meet in the
social room of the church for a i o'clock
dessert on Wednesday. Mrs. Eugene Man
ock is the leader and hostesses include Mrs.
Sam W. Robb, Mrs. Otto J. Wilson, Mrs.
Donald L. Rasmusscn, Mrs. Lee Hunt, Mrs.
Burch Judson, Mrs. Howard Anderson and
Mrs. Karl A. Olson. A nursery for small
children will be provided.
' Of special interest for next week is the
program of the Community Concert associ
ation on Wednesday evening, February 3.
Camilla Williams, leading soprano of the
New York City Opera company for several
years, and Todd Duncan, baritone, one of
the popular singers of the day, will appear
in a joint concert.
The program will be at 8:15 o'clock in
Salem high school auditorium for associa
tion members only.
The program is as follows:-.
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Duet: La cl darem la roano, from "Don
Oiovannl" Mozart ,
Duet Iran "Tin Mule Flute" Moaart '
Miss Williams and Mr. Duncan
II ,
FlscherweUe ' Schubert
Der Doppeltanter ,, Schubert
Don Qulcholte a Dulelnee , navel
Mr. Duncan
Plostla Respltht
6e tu m'aml Mallplero
Aria: Pace, pact mlo Dlo. from "La Porta del
Deatlno" Verdi
Mlu Williams
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Oaala Duet, from "Thela" Masienet
Mlas Williams and Mr. quncan
Two Spirituals
Steal Away White
I'm aoln' to march down to Jordan Work
The K'e Ifrom the Chinese) Dougherty
1 can't be talktn' of love Duke
Jor Watts
Miss Williams
Eleanor Colerldar-Tarlor
The Lamb shaw
How do I love thee Llppo
Witness (Spiritual) arr. Hall Johnson
Mr. Duncan
Selections from "Portrr and Besi" Gershwin
Summertime I tot plenty of nultln'
Duet: Ben,, tou Is my woman now
Miss Williams and Mr. Duncan
Borlstav Basalt at the Piano for Mlu Wllllamt
Oeorse Mallor at the Tlano for Mr. Duncan
American War Mothers are meeting next
Tuesday at z p.m. at ine American Legion
club. ,
Mrs. Nellie Michail of McMinnville, state
president, is to be a visitor at the meeting.
Capital unit No. 9, American Legion aux
iliary, plans to meet for a business session
on Monday .night at the Woman's club
Degree of Honor Protective association
plans to meet on Wednesday night at the
pome of Wesley Zellner. ;
St. John's Lutheran guild will meet at
7:30 Thursday evening, February 4, in the
fireplace room. Refreshments will precede
ine Dusiness meeting and program. Host
esses will be Mrs. Leroy Mittendorf, Mrs.
William Lewis, Mrs. Chester Moffit and Mrs.
Herbert Miller. Visitors are welcome, espe-
ciauy women of. me church not now mem'
Capital unit No. 9, American Legion
auxiliary will meet on Monday night at the
woman s ciud house.
The general meeting of the Woman';
Society of Christian Service, West Salem
Methodist church is set for Wednesday at
the home of Mrs. Elmer Rierson, 1132 8th
street at pn. Airs. Oscar Williams
will lead devotions and Mrs. Glenn Wyatt
is in charge ot the program.
A no-host dinner will precede the iritia
tion ceremonies set for friendship night at
Hanna Rosa court, Order of the Amaranth,
on Monday at the Masonic temple. The.din
ner will be at 6:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle'
Sacre are committee chairmen for the month.
Mrs. Lloyd Myers, education chairman for
the Salem Credit Women's Breakfast club,
will lead the discussion on "Types of Con
sumer Credit" on Tuesday at 7 a.m. at
Nohlgren's when the club meets for its
semi-monthly meeting.
Mrs. Dene Ray, 1455 North 21st street, will
be hostess to the Salem Firemen's auxiliary
on Wednesday night,
Stephen Peterson, younger son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ervin L. Peterson, observed his
8th birthday anniversary Thursday. Mrs.
Peterson gave a party for her son, guests
Including Stephen's kindergarten friends,
. Bobby Fravel, Wayne Greenwoood, Alan
Wilson, Barry Schlcsinger, Mark Etzel,
David Smith and Larry Lohrman, and his
brother, Kent Peterson.
- Past Oracles club, Oregon Grape camp,
Royal Neighbors of America, has set iU
monthly business session on Monday at ths
home os Mrs. Earle Kasson, 681 Center
street, as a 1 o'clock luncheon.
Committees working on the benefit "Hill
billy Box Social" planned by members of
district No. 3, Women's auxiliary to the
Oregon Association of Chiropractic Physi
cians on February 13, are being announced.
The party will be at 8 p.m. February 13
at Four Corners Community hnll.
Proceeds from the benefit will go toward
the fund to help fun ish the new Salem
YWCA building.
General chairmen are Mrs. P. G. Stap
ran and Mrs. J. A. Rombough, Salem. Other
chairmen are: Entertainment, Mrs. F. I.
Goddard and Mrs. Lloyd Hnckctt, Salem;
hospitality and publicity, Mrs. Glenn Par
rott, Molalla; coffee, Mrs. Ralph Schmidt,
Silverton and Mrs. Ralph Svchaugh, Esta-.
cada; finance, Mrs. P. W, DcMarco, Salem.
Ladies are asked to bring a box lunch
I for two, ready for auction. All are to come
dressed in costume to fit the occasion.
Prizes and a program arc planned. The
public is invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bladorn are being
welcomed home this week by family and
friends. Mrs. Bladorn is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Howarth of Salem, and
Mr. Bladorn is the son of the L. R. Tweedies
of West Salem.
Mr. Bladorn has Just completed three years
with the army and was a sergeant. The
Btadorns have made their home in San Fran
cisco for the last year and now plan to make
their home in Bend where he will begin
working for the state highway department.
Fionccr Post No. 149, all woman post,
American Legion, will meet on Friday
night at the home of Mrs. Silvia Kraps, 550
North Summer street.
Formal initiation will take place at the
Monday meeting of bethel No. 35, Job's
Daughters, at the Scottish Rite temple. The
meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m.
A panel on teaching arithmetic will be a
feature of the meeting of the McKinley Moth
ers club on Monday night at the scliool.
Mrs. Lyle Rae, principal, and Miss Jean
Spaulding, from the state department of ele
mentary education, will be on the panel
along with other members of the faculty.
Mrs. Maurice W. Brennen is refreshment
chairman and will be assisted by Mrs. Ken
neth G. Vollmar, Mrs. A. Freeman Holmer
and Mrs. Coburn Grabenhorst.
Dorcas society, Christ Lutheran church,
plans an all day sewing session on Thurs
day at the home of Mrs. David Lessly.
Ccntralia temple No. 11, Pythian Sisters,
plans to meet on Wednesday night at
Beaver hall.
The evening circle of Jason Lee Metho
dist church will meet at the home of Mrs.
Archie Gardner, route 6, on Tuesday night.
Mrs, J. P. Robinette will be co-hostess.
Salem friends say 'farewells to Mr. and
Mrs. George T. Bunn next Tuesday, the
couple leaving for Palo Alto, Calif., to make
their home. Mr. Bunn, lieutenant comman
der who has been inspector instructor for
the naval reserves, is to return to private
business with the General Petroleum com
pany. Several affairs have been given in
farewell to them. The Bunns have been
active in. several groups during their shy
In Salem.
Mrs. John Lee will be hostess to the
pr -school child study group, American
Association of University Women, at 5310
Center street, Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock. Two films are to be shown, "The
Terrible Twos and Trusting Threes" and
"He Acts His Age."
Co-hostesses are to be Mrs. Robert Turn
er and Mrs. Warren Colvcr. All AAUW
members and others interested are invited
U attend.
Mrs. John Got-bel Is in charge of the
refreshment committee for the meeting
of Ainsworth chapter, Order of Eastern
Star, on Wednesday night at the Scottish
Rite temple.
American Gold Star Mothers plans to
meet at the Veterans of Foreign Wars hall
on Thursday night
Trinity chapter, Order of Eastern Star,
will meet on Friday night at the West
Salem city building.
Jason Lee Wesleyan Service guild will
be the host guild for the annual Feburary
dinner meeting of all Salem Methodist guild
women, Monaay, f eoruary l, at 6:30 p. m.,
in the Fireplace Room of Jason Lee church.
Miss Bermce Singree, president of Ja-
son Lee Wesleyan Service guild, has made
arrangements for Mrs. Paul B. Means, Eu
gene, to be guest speaker for the evening.
Mrs. Means will give an illustrated talk on
"Methodist in the Jungle." A representative
from each of the guest guild groups is
scheduled to give a brief history of her
guna name.
Mrs. Otto Yunkcr and Mrs. J. N. Brink.
Icy are planning the music for the evening.
Mrs. Wayne Kuhl is chairman of the plan
ning committee and will be assisted by Mrs.
Davie Jory, Mrs. George Hulett, Mrs. Sam
Miller, miss Helen Fletcher, Mrs. Robert
KlempeJ, Miss Dorothy Winkler. Mrs. Arch
ie Brewster, Mrs. Marie Putnam and Miss
Vada L. Hill.
The group meetings for the Christian
Women's Fellowship of the First Christian
church will be on Thursday at 10:30 a.m.
with sack lunches a noon unless otherwise
Hattie Mitchell group will meet with Mrs.
Jesse Strawn 759 Oregon street.
Gertrude Shoemaker group plans to meet
with Mrs. Elton Benedict, 1004 Doris road.
Barbara Farmer group is set to meet
at the home of Mrs. Eldon Kinton, 2146
State street.
Edna Gish group will be meeting at the
home of Mrs. O. Gillming, 748 North 15th
Hattie Menzie and Grace Hcnrlcks groups
will meet Jointly at the home of Mrs. Edna
Wood, 1360 North 25th street at 10 a.m.
Regular luncheon meeting and business
session for Salem Soroptimist club will be
next Wednesday noon at the Golden
February luncheon for Salem Women's
Army and Navy league is to be next Tues
day at 12:30 o'clock at Chuck's Steak House.
"Living With Flowers in the Home" is
the topic for the special program, Mrs.
George Beanc as speaker.
Mrs. William H. Hammond, Mrs. Wil
liam Hugh Adams and Mrs. Chester Fritz
are the committee for the day.
Weavers guild is meeting next Wednes
day at the home of Mrs. E. C. Russell, 1635
State street, Mrs, H. C. Epping and Mrs.
Fred Gilbert as co-hostesses. The meeting
will be at 2 p.m. Mrs. George Bagnall and
Mrs. Gilbert are to present the program.
New members will be initiated in to
Chadwick chapter, Order of Eastern Star,
on Tuesday night at the Masonic temple.
Capital O Square Dance club will meet
on Thursday at the Catholic Center. Danc
ing will begin at 8:30 p.m. -
A no-host dinner at 6:30 p.m. on Thurs
day is being planned by Kingwood unit. No.
81, American Legion auxiliary, at the King
wood Legion hall. The Boy Scout troop the
unit sponsors will be special guests. A busi
ness meeting will follow the dinner.
Bethel No. 48, Job's Daughters, plans a
session for Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at th
Scottish Rite temple.
Whisker Derby
For Centennial
; SILVERTON Each meeting
of the week, on Tuesday eve
nings, of Lowell Brown and his
general committee personnel of
five, brings to light something of
historical interest, and plans for
the August 4-8, 1954, Silverton
Centennial observance.
Just recently decided, the
"whisker" race is to begin in May,
with awards handed out during
the centennial week.
For business men or those in
certain professions, where no lev
ity should be asked, instead of
being urged to enter this contest,
a donation will be accepted.
Those included would be minis
ters or funeral directors who will
carry a release from "unofficial
Silverton has an active busi
ness man, J. D. Drake, a member
of a pioneer family, a historian,
and for many years, a photog
rapher and collector.
Drake tells of the Waldo Hills
as "a first" in the planting of
Oregon wheat. To quote:
"Daniel Waldo," a Virginian,
arrived with his family and
settled in the Waldo Hills in the
fall of 1843.
Mr. Waldo brought with him a
herd of cattle and a quantity of
wheat which he planted that same
fall, 1843.
This was the first wheat field
sown in the Oregon country.
In 1844, he built a log house,
'dog-trot style,' and in 1853 he
built a large two-story house that
still stands and is used by the
Fred Gaffin family.
The Waldo donation land claim
is still intact It is the only 640-
acre original government land
claim within this vicinity that has
not been sub-divided, excepting
for a small corner given to the
Macleay grange. The land is own
ed by Jack Mintn of Salem.
The Waldo Hills take their
name from Daniel Waldo."
Pool on OCE Campus to
Be Wolverton Memorial
A bequest of approximately $75,
000 in the will of Grant S. Wolver
ton, graduate of Oregon College of
Education, in 1833, will be used to
construct a swimming pool at the
college in Monmouth, according to
Dr. Roben J. Maaske, OCE presi-
Decision to select the pool as
memorial to Mr. Wolveton's par
ents, John and Mary Wolverton,
Youth fo Lead
Aurora Church
AURORA At the Aurora
Presbyterian and Buttevillc Con
Jan. 31, services will be conduct
gregational churches Sunday,
ed by members of the Youth
fhe Rev. Robert Hampel, pastor
Fellowship of the two churches,
Approximately 30 young peo
ple will take part in services in
the two churches. Six will speak
and others will assist with music
and scripture readings.
The six speakers named are
Jo Ann Bcason, a Canby high
school senior, and Bonnie Hath
away, a North Marion senior.
Other speakers at the Aurora
Presbyterian church will be
Ward Colvin and Frankie Mc
Laren. At Buttcville Congrega
tional church the additional
speakers will be Elva Stewart,
a North Marion sophomore, and
ties nor Wcscott, a Canby Junior.
Sunday evening, the young
adults of the Aurora church will
sponsor a program about Alaska.
The Rev. Hugh Peniston of Cot
tage Grove will be the principal
"Of Men, Mountains and Mis
sions in Alaska" is the title of
the program.
Roland Wurster, is president
of the Sheldon-Jackson Junior
College, a Presbyterian mission
school located at Sitka.
East Salem
EAST SALEM It was a dif-
ferent program for the Monroe
Avenue Neighbors meeting Wed
nesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Stuart Johns.
A demonstration In meat cut
ting, taking out bones and pre
paring it for home freezers, was
given by Al Hoffman of the Hoff
man meat markets.
The demonstration also in
cluded several other foods and
the arranging of them in the
freejer with the meat Two sne-
cial prizes of meat cuts were
given with Mrs. Melvin Shaw and 1
Mrs. raul Gilmer
Afternoon guests were Mrs.
Henry Hanson, Mrs. Loran
Richie, Mrs. George Maske, Mrs.
Melvin Shaw, Mrs. Taul Gilmer,
Mrs. Donald Townscnd, Mrs. 'that
James Kinraid, Mrs. Donald
Wold, Mrs. Glenn Moody, Mrs.
Donald Rollnfson, Mrs. Dave
Fisher, Mrs. C. R. Hoffine, Mrs.
Elizabeth Barnwell and the hos
tess. The Jolly-Dolly 411 club held
its - meeting Thursday night at
the home of Roberta Johnson.
Roll rail was answered with the
names of stitches and the work
was on the project now being
Plans were also made for t
Valentine party with Janice
Veiling general chairman and
Rohertta Johnson and Jackie
Smallcy in charge of games;
Janice Fahl served refreshments.
Eileen Smalley was the only
member absent with the assist
ant leader, Mrs. Samuel Pahl, in
charge of the meeting.
Guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Nels Yenkel on Garden Rd.
for a week has been their grand
daughter, Mrs. Kirk lieid, and
son, from Corvallis. They ac
companied her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Marauley of Corvallis
home this week.
For ordinary rainy seasons
drainage tiles In Sweule com
munity are large enough to take
care of the extfa water, but one
had to have extra work
Salem Heights
Jobless List
Shows Increase
Last week's snow and ice caused
sudden rise in Oregon's already
severe unemployment, the State
Unemployment Compen s a t i o n
Commission reported Friday.
Total civiluan employment was
estimated at 59.800,000 for the
week ended Jan. 9. That was about
one million below the December
level, the Census Bureau reported.
The bureau said that unemploy
ment "nearly always rises sharp
ly" after Christmas and that the
increase this year was "only
slightly greater" than in most
other years since World War II.
Most of the increase in unem
ployment occurred in construction
and factory jobs, where uncmploy
ment ran about 450,000 above last
January's level.
About 3.8 per cent of all civilian
workers were jobless .early this
month, compared to three per cent
a year ago. But the percentage of
unemployed still was smaller than
at the start of most other post-war
years, the bureau said.
was made by a committee of three
specified in the will and consisted
o! two nieces, Mrs. Clarice L.
Mackcy and Mrs. Grace Leto Dan
iel of Portland, and President
Roben L. Maaske. The parents
were pioneer residents of Mon
mouth and John Wolverton was a
trustee of early Christian college
predecessor of Oregon College ot
The Wolverton Memorial Pool
will be constructed as an addition
on the west side of the present
physical education building at the
college end will be enclosed to per
mit continuous use throughout
the year for. swimming instruc
tion and recreation. Present
plans call for completing the
project sometime next fall or
The Portland firm of Wick and
Hilgers was designated as archi
tects for the project at a meeting
of the State Board of Higher Edu
cation this week in Portland.
Grant S. Wolverton passed away
on April 13, 1951, and his will has
been under probate proceedings in
court during the interim period. It
is expected that a final accounting
of assets accruing to OCE as tne
residuary legatee in the will, will
be made within the next month or
The Wolverton family lived for
many years on the present OCE
campus In the residence now in,
use as the Music Hall.
who has been named historian
for the 1954 centennial cele
bration at Silverton Aug. 4-8.
BETHEL The annual bud
get fund meeting and oyster
supper of the Farmers Union
will be held at Bethel school,
four miles east of Four Corners
on East State St. road Monday
night, Feb. 1, at 8 o'clock. Wal
ter Steele will show motion pic
tures and speak on Hell's Can
yon project.
5 Communists Go
To Trial Monday
ST. LOUIS (irV-Testimony will
begin Monday in the trial of five
alleged Communist leaders
charged with conspiracy to advo
cate the overthrow of the govern
ment by force.
A 12-mcmber jury was selected
yesterday. Four alternates also
were picked. The trial is expected
to last from three to five months, j
Defendants are William Sentner, !
James F. Forest, and his wife, j
Dorothy, all of St. Louis; Marcus :
A. Murphy, Charleston, Mo., and
Robert Manewitz of Los Angeles.
Prices Promise
Snappy Sale
Market hog prices near 30
cents per pound, with a brisk
demand for all breeding stock
promises a successful sale next
Saturday Feb. 6 at the State
fairgrounds for the annual Ore
gon Swine Growers Bred Gilt
Elton Watts of Central Howell,
president of the Swine Growers
says 33 purebred gilts will go
through the sale ring. There will
be Berkshires, Durocs, Hamp
shires, Spotted Poland Chinas
and Yorkshires.
Brentford Miller Jr., of Wood
burn is chairman of the salty
committee. Others on the com
mittee are Earl Drury of Fall
Creek and Joe Wilhelm of Salem.
Earl Gillespie of Corvallis is
to do the selling which is sched
uled to begin at 12:30 following
lunch by the Middle Grove Com
munity Club.
A meeting of the Oregon
Swine Growers will be conducted
t 11 a. m.
Among the 20 consignors to
the sale are Clay Rambo, Salem,
who will sell spotted Poland
Chinas: Wavne Johnson. Jeffer
son, Hampshires; Brentford Mil
ler Jr., Berkshires; Lyle McKin
ley, Woodburn, Hampshires; Ed
win Ridder, Sherwood, Durocs;
and Elmer Stangel, Wilsonville
with Yorkshires.
This season's swine prices
have been advancing steadily
due to a scanty supply of live
hogs. The January rate of hogs
slaughtered under federal in
spection in the U. S. has been
the smallest since 1946.
Cold storage holdings of pork
have dropped off sharply com
pared to a year ago. On January
the reserve supply of pork was
down nearly 30 per cent and was
the smallest since 1947.
Playing cards originated in Asia,
many students believe.
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Pious XII, suffering from a nerv
ous stomach caused partly by
overwork, was reported Saturday
to be showing steady although
t mcwhat slow improvement. He
spent a restful night, and re
mained' in his Vatican apartment
where he celebrated mass in his ,
private chapel this morning.
The V. S. Capitol has 4.15 rooms,
says the National Georgraphic
Elmer Morley, Mrs. Roy Smith,
Mrs. Elbert Jones, Mrs. Dean
Withers, Mrs. Herman Phillips,
Mrs. Ivan Royce, Mrs. Cliff
Hills, and Mrs. Max Denton.
Mrs. Robert Howells was
the captain for the Salem
Heights area and , the group
collected $199.33, marching for
here were Mrs. Alfred Pfcifcr,
Mrs. Kenneth Zwickcr, assisted
by Mrs, Orville Raymond, Mrs.
Robert Hartman. Mrs. Del
Ramsdcll. Mrs. Fred Cords,
Mrs. J. T. Williams, and Mrs.
Lyle Bayne. Mrs. Gordon Tom
lin, assisted by Mrs. Robert
Putman, Mrs. Reynolds Allen
assisted by Mrs. T. N. Morris,
Mrs. Vernon Weaver, Mrs.
Ralph Stangcby, Mrs. E. A.
Carleton, and Mrs. Arthur
LIBERTY-SALEM HEIGHTS! Athrrton and Nancy.
The Marching Mothers of the
Liberty Salem Heights area
collected $303.99 on Thursday
evening for the March of
Mrs. Sid Boise was the cap
tain for the Liberty area where
$104.66 was collected. Work
lug for Mrs. Boise were Mrs.
Mervln Seegcr, Mrs. Alan Sot
wert, Mrs. Sam Samuels, Mrs.
miss lieverly ilitrnson as
sisted In the Salem Heights
area by blowing her car horn
to alert the residents that the
hour for the March of Dimes
was to start
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Thursday with a detour of traf
fic was on Market just east of
Lancaster Dr. Many basements
and water higher than usual
Wednesday but by Thursday
morning It had been taken care
of. The ones that had to have
extra pumping were along the
new by-pass highway.
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