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About Aurora observer. (Aurora, Marion County, Or.) 19??-1940 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1921)
M r. and Mrs. Fred Reeves and chil
dren, Joseph, W inchill, and Julia Ruth
o f Chicago, 111., are touring the Nbrth-
west in the interest o f the children’s
education. Tuesday morning they vis
ited the Oregon City Woolen M ills,
Wednesday they visited the salmon can
neries at Astoria. W hile here in Aurora
they were dinner guests at the Frank
'M ille r Home.
Agnes Smith, who works at Sadler and
Kraus, is taking her vacation.
Asquath and w ife and Hockin and
w ife are spending a good vacation at the
A nine-pound girl was bom August 2
to M r. and Mrs, J. P. Dozier.
T he Canby Growers? Association will
meet this Friday night. They are de
sirous o f standardizing crops o f vege
tables, fruits, etc., in order to sell in
car lots, and on some products will en
deavor to co-operate with the “ Oregon
A T T H E SEA SH ORE
M r. and Mrs. S. A. M iller a-re-ion a
vocation, taking in the sights at Seaside,
Rockaway and other beaches. Dewey
M iller is looking after his father’s busi
ness in their absence.
M U L 1N O NEW S
M r, and Mrs. C. M . Daniels and chil-
, dren from Dallas visited relatives and
friends here last Saturday and Sunday.
Everyone around here is busy cutting
and stacking grain.
• M r. and Mrs. Joseph Daniels and
children, Mrs. Catherine Goucher,
Messrs.' W ill, A1 and Durl Jones, mo
tored to W ilhoit mineral springs and
spent the day last Saturday.
Work is progressing on the road
work and they are about ready to start
paving on the M ulino end o f the road.
T he beautiful new home o f Walter
W aldorf is nearing completion.
J. J. Mallot has built a new barn.
T om Taylor was the builder. _
Mr. and Mrs. John Bounds and chil
dren and M r. and Mrs. Bayne Howard
went to the coast to be gone two weeks.
M r. and Mrs. Joe Daniels and chil
dren visited relatives in Canby last Sun
Arthur Kimmons M allot was buried
in the Zion Cemetery at Canby last Sun
day afternoon. Funeral services were
held in the Holman and Pace Chapel
under the auspices o f the Loyal Legion
and_ Rev. Jack Ware preached the fu
neral sermon. T he floral offerings
^w efe profuse and beautiful. T he coffin
( was draped in the national flag. Mr.
Mallot died while in service over seas
in France about three years ago and his
body arrived home last Thursday. Fie
leaves one little daughter, Dorothy, a
* father, J. J. Mallot and three brothers,
as follows: George Mallot o f Maupin,
Ernest Mallot o f Oregon City, J. M al
lot, Jr. o f M ulino and one sister Mrs.
T om Fish o f Mulino.
T he flag that draped the casket was
given to the father and he in turn gave
it to the soldier’s little daughter. The
remains were laid to rest beside his
mother and one brother and a sister.
Elizabeth Lang o f M edy visited rel
atives and friends here in M ulino last
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IN THE M ATTER OF THE GUAR
D IANSHIP GF OLIVER J. BOW
ERS and CLARENCE J. BOWERS,
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has filed a petition in the
County Court o f Marion County, Ore
gon, for a license to sell certain real
property belonging to said minors and
that the Court has fixed Monday Au
gust the 15th, at 10 o ’clock A. M. at
the County Court house in Salem,
Oregon, as the time and place for
hearing objections, if any there be, to
the issuance o f said license on the
part o f the next o f kin o f said min
ors and all others interested.
The said real property being an un
divided one half interest in tract o f
land lying in section- 4,tp, 4 S. R. 1 W.
Will, and containing about 2, acres
more or less.
JOHN BOWERS, GUARDIAN
Napleon Davis, A t t’y for Guardian,
fir s t publication July 14, 1921.
Last publication August 11, 1921
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T he Methodist church was turned
CAN BY NEW S
over to the interests o f the Norwegian
By Elmer M . Golder
Som^NSappenings Recorded Last Week Lutheran Convention last Sunday. T he
Lutheran church here is not large
E. A. Rackleff is making thrice-a-
eopugh to accommodate as large a crowd
week trips to Portland to take osteopath
as -was present last Sunday. T he entire
ic treatments for misplacement o f the
service was in the English language.
neck muscles, which has bothered' him
Mrs. W . Boyd More-and gran daugh
for years, and has caused a defect in his
ter June ©hristine M oore went to Eu
voice. Dr. Melvin Rackleff, his son,
gene Sunday for a visit. June Christine
is’ the attending physician. M r. Rack
is the. little daughter o f Rev. and Mrs.
le f f Is being relieved at the store by his
J. Stanford M oore, residents o f Salem.
daughter, Mrs. T . W . Laird.
Mrs. P. A. Alvin, w if e 'o f the owner
C. Schultz o f F. L. Matthews & Co.,
owners o f the meat market, made a busi o f Cape Horn Island on Rural route 1,
came out Sudday to spend a day or two
ness trip to Oregon City Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Wait and Mrs. at the country home o f her husband.
Mary Kutzschan, Mrs. Wait’s mother, Mrs. Alvin has been devoting a good
left Monday for Nye Beach, near New deal o f her time to business in Portland.
P. A. Alvin left this Thursday for
port, to spend their two week’ s vacation.
J. W . Lowry is building a large new points.in Yamhill county in search o f
barn 40x50 feet, with a shed o f f from some good live stock, including three or
the main building 16x50, for Dan Sol-, four good milch cows. H e intends to
stock his place with a few. cows o f good
omon; in Canby.
Theodore Eid, son o f John Eid, our blood and some Angora goats. M r. Alvin
hardware merchant, left Monday morn is highly pleased with his Cape Horn
LIVELY BALL G A M E
A T ’ M A C K SB U R G SU N D AY
One o f the largest crowds that has-
asseinbled at ■ Macksburg for many
month's was there last Sunday to see
the ball game between the “ crack .team”
o f the Fields Motor.Company o f Port-
' and and the famous Macksburg “ strong
arm” team. T h e. score Was three to
eleven (3 to 11) in favor o f the visiting
team. T h e Macksburg players were:
Pitcher, L. Vick; catcher, C. Vick;
first base, A. Kalb; second' base, Paul
Peters; third base, W . Zacher ; short stop
H . Ridings; right field, G . Krause;
left field, H . Etzel; Center, R. Etzel.
Not so bad after all, boys. T he “ crack
team” o f the motor company, continually
practices after working hours and every
minute posible, while the Macksburg
boys are all prosperous farmer boys and
work too long days to enable themselves
to devote necessary time to the practice
o f baseball in harvest time, but watch
out next time!
ing for Newport to spend ten days va
.B ert Hall o f -the garage; drove to j CLACKAM AS C O U N T Y ASSESSOR
M ARRIES O SW E G O MISS
M r. and Mrs. Elmer G older and Newberg Sunday ti .inspect his 20 atre |
children drove to .Portland, via Lents farm, ten of which is in apple orchard.
W . B. Cook, the county assessor, o f
district, Saturday and were treated to j H e has owned this farm for a long time j Oregon City and Miss Ethel Baker o f
a fine dinner at the home o f C. W .
Oswego were married Sunday at the
Chamberlain, Mrs. G older’s brother,; having engaged a man who attends to his latter place by Rev. W . Boyd M oore o f
The latter returned to Canby with the: ! interests there very satisfactorily.
the Methodist church o f Canby. T he
Golders in the evçning and spent the I M r. and Mrs. James Brady o f the couple will reside in Oregon City.:
wëek-ènd. On Sunday they picniced on I \ Brady Mercantile Co. o f Oregon City
the ¿banks o f the Molalla river near drove up to this city Sunday to look
F. C. Sailer went to W ilhoit Springs
Knight’s bridge— one o f the fin e s t're -; over the place.
Sunday with relatives and friends.
Here’ s what we like to get by mail:
creation spots in Clackamas county.
T he writer spent Monday in Port
| A dance was held at the J. B. Gibson |
| “ Enclosed find check for $1.50 for land in the interests of' The Observer ,
hall last Saturday evening at Macksburg,!
Wm. M . Stone, lawyer ^nd legislator,
and a good sized crowd was in atten- ! j Observer for one year” ’ Let us hear o f Oregon City was married Monday to
Miss E. Breckle,
George W . Scramlin, Macksburg! I O. B. Franklin o f the Rural Dell
Thirty-one years ago in June, Mrs. J.
merchant, is spending the entire week! | district is digging a new w e ll‘ on the N. Dustin, then Mrs. Jennie Newbury,
in Portland, attending Buyers’ conven-j grounds o f the Sampson school. M r.
j - •
f i t came here from Jefferson Island, near
been digging wells o i l _
tion. M r. M . E. Scramlin, the former’s; rranklm
| Butte, Montana and started the New
brother is looking after the store during; and on lor nearly 11 years.
W . S. Sconce o f Rural Dell district ^ ra storf that most
,us know about,
She l «there yet, so this is no obituary.
When you spend your $1.50 for a! has been re-papering his house and do Mrs. ■ Newbury, became Mrs. Dgstin in.
ing other improving about the place,
year’s subscription to
1905. She had the railroad o ffice ,
Tom Watson, well known here, who
server you get more for your money than
was taken back to the middlewest byl Pres ° f flce and P0^ o ffice 31 years, but
you might at first think you are getting.
™ d *h'5
Your order adds that much more pow er. Dr. H . A. edman severDal weeks ago, I now the e*Pre8S offlc^ « «
died last Friday morning at the home! other
.besides the store, and she has
to a publication devoted to your interests!
and to the interests o f the community | if his sister. M r. Watson Was afflicted alwaP doHe a remarkably good business
with kidney trouble.
during-the 31 years. Her mother,.Mr*,
in which you live, and the amount you j
Rev. G. C. Wicker spent Monday, in I Mai7 E- M oore still lives at Jefferson
pay is just as highly appreciated as !
though you were spending a hundred Portland attending to business. T he ! Island’ Montana: Her oldest son, Ray,
Reverend says that a dozen people were j 18 manager o f the Western Oregon Han-
dollars. Subscribe, i f you want the j
NEW S .
I enrolled as members o f the Nazarinei d^e Factory o f Portland, There are
four other Gluldren and a11
N ew -
M . J. Lee deyoted all o f last Sunday church Sunday, July 24.
F. C. Sailer o f the" N eedy district bur>'s and a11 hvf in P9rtland- S^ept one
to operating one o f his stages between
Oregon City and Canby, as he got took a load o f calves to Portland Mon-| daughter who lives at Dalles,
T he Aurora Qb-\
H. G. ZIEGLER
Grain, Pototoes, Hay and Feed
GRAIN AND POTATO SACKS AT ALL TIMES
ALL KINDS OF TRUCKING DONE IN CON
NECTION WITH WAREHOUSE.
crowded, owing to the . rush. Sounds
like brisk business!
Rile Garrett played the violin, Fred
Eiman, the piano and Carl Schmitt the
drums, at the dance^ at Gibson’s hall
last Saturday night.
day, M r. Sailer says he and his brothers |
have their hands full now, as they have j Most thoroughly read and most wid-
a good deal o f farm work to do in ad- ely quoted weekly paper in the great
dition to their regular stock buying busi- Willamette valley, between Portland
ness. Th ey have a 20 acre field o f hops and Salem.
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