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I Smiths. Congratulations.
| tion one day this week. The John- citement far a few minutes last on for a few days.
Sirs. Maude Burnett returned sons live on the old Ralph Gibson Wednesday when Ed. Aycock s Sharon Sager, who had been
Friday from a
trip to place. grass field suddenly caught fire, quite ill at her home for several
By Fern Whisler
j Central Oregon points where she The Mothers Club of the Eagle Chickens were scared from their days, was taken to the Doctors'
Don Cowan laymen from West visi<-ed old friends, Mrs. Sanders Creek School held their second house when it was thought the Hospital in Oregon City
Moreland church was the speak Ial Hermiston and
Mrs. Fred meeting Thursday at the school- house might go.Phyllis Fitch and she had her appendix removed J
er Sunday at the' local Presbyter- Swanson, an old school mate, at house. At their next meeting Oct. Ed. Aycock fought fire with sacks Thursday night. She is feeling
ian Church Next Sunday Oct 5 Pendleton.
9 the mothers plan a carnival as a till Elwin Shibley arrived on the much better and hopes to be home
the congregation will
welcome Tho wil1 Dunstans entertained
fund raising project.
scene and made quick work of soon. We wish her a speedy re
back their regular pastor Vernon Iat Sunday dinner, Mrs. David A fair number turned out last putting out the baize.
A hay covery.
Ross Jr who has been on a vaca-1 clou«h and a friend from
fort- Friday at the school house to cast stack nad been burned two weeks I see Wilma and Joe Guttridge j
'ion for a month
their votes for high school im- previous to the blaze but evidem- are making good progress on their
The Lonnie Smiths were the
The flu bug has been quite
Pavements. 31 voted no and M ¡ r U smouldered enough to re- new home,
recipients this week of a very live in this community.Mrs. Ger- ^es' , Serving on the election start itself.
unique ‘Police Citation ' whicn trade White is recovering from it hoard were Dorothea Suter, Ruth The Springwater Ladies Aid to the Portland International Air-
announced the birth of a son to and a number of children were Hayiord an d F ern Whisler.
hadJts| find.fall mteUng on Sept, port 1 hursday evening to meet
Mr. and Mrs. Dee Smith and 25 at the home of Mrs. Wilbur. a Loma De Mac Kinnon from Ju-
their grandson and wife, the Al-1 out of school with short and long
meeting was held. Delic- neau, Alaska. Nancy Tucker had j
lison Smiths of Portland.Allison sieges of it.
home in Seattle where Mr. Smith ious refreshments were served spent the summer in Alaska at
who is well known here, is on the
Walter Johnson who has been teaches school. Mrs. (Starley) before adjourning.
the MacKinnon home. Lorna Dee
police force in Portland and this undergoing treatment for the Smith and the children have been The Youth Fellowship had ves- and Nancy are room mates at col-
is their second son and
staying at her parents hime, the per services at the Springwater lege. Friday Mrs. Tucker drove
great gamdchild for the Lonnie.is to have a second major opera- Tony Buhlingers, where she has church Sunday evening. Movies the girls down to Corvallis to the
assisted in the care of her moth- were shown about Church World college.
er who has been ill. Mrs. Buhlin - 1 servicts.A program was present-
Don’t forget the Springwater
ger is well on the road to recov- ed and light refreshments served Home Extension meeting Oct. 7 at
erf at this time.
j The Springwates Youth Fellow- the Grange hall. Dodge Extension j
The Eagle Creek Grange have ship are having a planning sess- Unit will be present. There whl,
canceled their plans for a Social ion at Rev. Hampton's cottage be an agent meeting on proper j
| Night this Saturday due to the next week end.
foundation garments. Time will
hunting season having started.
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. ‘Del Gant be 10 AM to 3 PM' Bring a sack
I They will hold their regular mee- accompanied by Bernice and Ray lunch. Everyone is welcome.
j ting Saturday, Oct. 19, when they . Miller ,|rovt, to Lo]a Pass aml
: W*N *lave election of officers.
| L(>st Lake near Parkdale. They
i Mrs. J. D. Whisler has received w-ere shook up and the car was WILL COMMEMORATE
! word from her daughter Winifred i damaged somewhat « hen
Yohe that, she,with her husband made a turn in the road to find
. and son Timmy have arrived back | someone else using their lane. To commemorate the Goldoni
¡n Arabia from three months va- j Their car had to be left for re- Anniversary of the Church of the J
catipn in the States. They^vtsited pairs The police took them to .Nazarone, the Garfield Churca j
I at the Whisler ome in early sum- j he hospital for a check up and will have two special Sundays in
| mcr; the nrelatives in Calif.,Ne- then on to a restaurant for din- October. This Sunday morning, j
braska and last the Whisler’s ner Mr. and Mrs. Gant’s son-in- October 5th will be a musical I
I son Charles in New York City.Mr ]aw at Oregon Citv was called to Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Yohe is employed with the Arab- c()me and get them,
Linn and family of Portland, j
ian American Oil Co. Obqaiq dis-
Special emphasis will be placed on j
j trict, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.
the Sunday School hour. There j
Shibley home were the Wm. will be unusual pieces for
I Shearer family from Multnomah. T
i i 1 a!„^" playing the
| Gilbert and some of his college saw.
October 12th will
j friends dropped by in the after be a special Rally
Day with com
bined Sunday School and morn-
By Phyllis Fitch
Sundav guests at the Elwin (ing service. Both services will
We wish to welcome to the Shibley home were Mrs. Shibley s ! start at 10 A M.
Springwater community Mr. and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fry
| Mrs. James Tenny from Carmel, and daughter Betty Ann from A building permit was issued
California. They are living on Portland, Mrs. Michael Jennings; on September 24 to W. E. Dexter
the Erma Tenny place.
1 also Mrs. Shibley’s mother, Mrs. who will build a restaurant and
to love, honor and . . . this is killing m e . . . o b ey !’1
There was a great deal of ex- H. E. McCloskey, who is staying cocktail lounge on S. W 4th Ave
between Broadway and Main
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