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About Aurora observer. (Aurora, Marion County, Or.) 19??-1940 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1941)
No. Marion County Observer
pleasure 6t Mrs. Becke, Mrs.
^icorngv Mi^sesr TiHie
■ fKraus ¿nd QNHfetta ¿fKrauji afid
Mrs. i Williaia Gooding ..¿«$¡¡¡0
Hutchinson hospital at Oregon Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thiel, Mr.
City. . They- named the infant,} -%'ôd M^s.C-ärl Äöffmhn, Henry
Gwendolyn Grace. This is tjjie Hoffman, Rtev. Gojdenmaq and
second girl for the Goldenifcans.' d^iSghtef) Rufh §ee|f
' (By Wilma Marsh)/..-
Howard and Vernk Keil and -Shir
• Mr. and Mrs. Junkin and daugh-.. ley King. '
• Mr;- and Mrs. Norman Hurst
Mrs. W. M. Gjover oi-^&etroit, and^' Norfha Jefah were Portland ter Nancy and Mr. and Mrs. Wood-
Michigan, 3 s visit fag he^ sister; ‘ visitors Monday.
house and daughter Marjorie and
* Mrs. A. W. Kraus. Other visitors
Grandma Woodhouse, all o f Port JOHN DALY
at the Kraus home over' the week
Mrs. Young attended an Easter’ land. spent Easter at the Ezra
John Daly, 92 ears old, passed
end were Mrs. George Eversaul of at Central Point given by her sis Hurst home.
away April 12, 1941, at the Odd
Olympia, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. W. ter, Mirs. Kelllnd.
Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Snyder and Fellows Home in Portland.
R. Reynolds and daughter, Re
Carl spent Sunday evening
Mr. Daly was born in Missouri
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Schwartz and
becca Ann of Forest Grove and
19, 1848. He was a
Mrs. J. C. Bankman of Milwaukie.
and Mrs. J. M. Will. 1
retired farmer, having lived in
Aurora for 1.0 years before going
Charles Miller, nephew of Mr.
• Police were watching at Au
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pugh and
to Portland 15 years ago. He came
and Mrs. Geoiigfe Aekln> spent Eas
rora Friday evening for the six
ter vacation at the Askin home, family and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. boys that escaped from the Train across the plains and was among
the early settler®. He married
returning to Portland Sunday
ing school at Woodburn. They
Sarah Graves, daughter of John
were found later at other places.
Graves o f Mt. Angel.
Mrs. Maude Davis of Eugene
Mr. and Mrs. Markham and.
Funeral services were held on
(Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gray off
family made a business tri*p to
from the chapel of the
Seattle last week Wednesday.
station formerly occupied by Mr. Ransom-Miller Funeral Home in
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cole and and Mrs. Thomas. Mr. Gray is the Aurora. Rev. Rarrick off Canby
Mrs. Becke, accompanied by Mr.
who have been living in new coach for the local ball team. officiated and IM'iss Miabel Stilger
and Mrs. Walter Grim, was an Eas
have moved back to
sang. .Services were in charge of
ter dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Goldie Reese of Portland the Canby Lodge No. 156 I. O. O.
Carl Becke and family of Salem.
called at the Ed Stoner home Wed F., \yith burial in the Odd Fellows
While there they attended* the
Mr. and Mr®. Fred Ehlen of nesday.
cemetery in Aurora. Surviving
baptismal services of Susan Pierce,
Portland visii'fceid a\t the George
great granddaughter of Mrs. Ehlen home recently.
A large crowd attended the relatives are a daughter, Mrs. E.
Easter services at the Presbyter J. Ellingson of San Diego, Cal. and
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Miller and ian church conducted by Riev. Wil a nephew,! John P. Grave® of Bea
Last Friday evening Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Coyle off St.
ver Creek, Ore.-
liams of Salem.
Mrs. L. L. Gribble were surprised Paul spent the week end at Bar
by the arrival of all their children View, Bay Ocean, Neatharts and
Joe Neuman spent Easter in
to spend Easter. On Sunday, 14 Ocean Side. Returning, they drove Banks with his daughter Helen PATRICK LEAVY
partook of a ham di*nn% with all on the Wilson River road: to see and Mr. and Mrs. John Lietl and
Patrick Leavy was born in Ire
Those present the construction work, then carne son Jack.
land, December 24, 1864, and died
were Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Tyler anC home over the’ Wolf Creek road.
,Lee .Carpenter spent the first April 13, 1941. He was a hop
family of Bend, Mrs. Tyler of El
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Anderson of day of the fishing season fishing farmer andi has been ,a resident of
io t t Prairie, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
the Aurora district for 29 years.
Scott and family of Milton, Mr. Tacoma and Grandpa Anderson off Mill creek, catching six trout. Lee
Before moving here he lived- %t
and Mrs. Lowell- Gribble and. small Montana were week end visitors
Beaverton for 24 years.
son o f Portland. In the evening
Georigc Kraus off O. ,S. C. spent
Rosary was recited Tuesday
Ches Tyler apd Miss Hazel Harri Mr. and Mrs. Tèssuin and their his Easter vacation with his par
ng from the Ransom-Miller
. guests visited 'friends in Portland. ents, ..Mrv and Mrs. John Kraus,
son called on them.
Funeral Home in Aurora. Fu
Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Ottaway
Mr. and Mrs. Cheirell1 Flem
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rheinholdt neral services were held Wednes
the week-end in eastern Ore
day morning from St. Patricks
ming of Woodburn called at the
and children, Darre1. Marvin and
church at Canby and bur
Becke home last Thursday.
Eya Mae, of Woodburn visited
the Mt. Calvry cemetery
Mr. and Mrs. Toby were .1 Easier friends in Aurora /on Easter. They
Mr. and Mrs .-Crosby and daugh
ter Shirley of^OswegO were Sun visitors of Mr. Toby's mother, who formerly . lived here.
Relatives surviving him are his
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ken lives between Albany and Tangent.
. Miss Orletta Kraus spent her widow, Ella Leavy > six sons, Matt,
They returned on Tuesday.
neth Pugh and family.
Easter vacation at hef home here. Joseph, Luke, Leonard, Eugene,
Edward, all of Aurora; two daugh
Mr. and Mrs. John Everson, Pat
A marriage lisence: was issued
and Bob Everson, Mr. and Mrs. lalla were Easter guests at the tos Emil ‘Lachenmeil cf McMinn ters, Patricia and Mrs. Mary Bros-
seau, bqth of Aurora; onie brother,
Ed Everson were Ekster dinner / Cruikshank home.
ville and Grace E. Layton, who is
James, -of Aurora and two broth
(guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. Galey.
Mrs. Wa ter Fry spent Friday employed, in McM innville. Gr.ace ers and one sister in Ireland; also
Mrs. Walter Grim entertained visiting Mrs. James Ridenour at is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. three grandchildren.
Roy Layton, formerly of Aurora.
at a luncheon last Friday for the Tualatin.
Mr. and ., Mrs. Allie Grim were
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Will and
Sanela Will of Jennings Lodge, Easter dinner guests o f Mr. and
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Mr. and Mrs. Percy Will and fam Mrs. R. W. Waters and Carol
ily and Leona Will enjoyed an Grim of. Portland. Other guests
A single telephone call may be
Easter dinner at the J. M. Will were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Grim
worth more to you than your
and small daughter.
telephone cost 6 in a lifetime.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Dunton had
Pat Claveno and Al Kraus have
guests for Easter Mr. and Mrs.
been repairing buildings on the
Aaron Wise and two children of
I7 II H JiC 2 Sets ^ r in ts
Gus Annet farm.
l l L i l V l O Developed and
Hoquiam, Wash., Robert Dunton
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Mr. and Mrs. Seth Beebe and o f Hood River and Mr. and Mrs.
daughter, Mary Elizabeth,, of New Ralph Dunton.
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port visited at the Clara Will home
Mr. nd Mrs. Fred Keil enter
— one day service. 22 years in
tained at dinner Easter Sunday
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Mrs. George Kelley of Portland for Mr. and Mrs. Matt Moll off
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and son David spent the week end Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
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