The Scio tribune. (Scio, Linn County, Or.) 1919-19??, April 24, 1924, Image 1

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    Vol. 27
THE SCIO TRIBUNE
No. 37
M IO OREGON, THURSDAY. APRII, 21. 1921
Overheard on the Street
Family Reunion
Scio 4—Albany 3
Cash Prizes In Albany
College Campaign
"Ws are promised a rousing er >p
The game of ball between the
Mr and Mrs G. C. Westenhouse
of oats this year, if all signs do n t
M<>
■*• learn of Albany and the Scio
were hosts to their family of chil­
fail.*' aaid a farmer on the str«et«
dren Easter Sunday, when they pre team. Sunday, was one of the bent
Through the Ini'rumegtattiy
the other dav.
of tbs Woman s Albany coll»««
pared a bounteous feed, spread upon games ever seen on the local die-
league. lst> prise«, ranging from
"’If the present reign of terr-'f
Both teams were in the pink
a well decorated table with colored moed
lloo caah or s scholarship In
prevails until ths cio»r of scho-.l,”
egga, bunnies and flowers. Mem- of condition and played real league
Albany coll««« to a num bar of
■nd one taxpayer Monday. "I am
H oaah prises will bs awardod
iwrs of the family present were: ball. At the end of the first half
for
tbs ten best assays oa Al
ready
to
vote
out
the
»ch
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"
quaititrd?
l*ellis W.wtenhouse and wifaofScio, of the 9th inning the score stood 2
bony studant »«If halp collage,
"If the people only know what ia
A suggestion has been made to
S. &. Stringer ami wife of lairwood, to 3 in favor of Albany, but when
located at Albsav Ore sad for
the Tribune to take thia matter up good for them thev will turn turtle
which a campaign tn raise ISM.
John Neal, wife and daughter. Adorn S< io came to bat she tallied two runs
00O is now In prtM-eM through •
an«! *ee if the people In the Forks on their straight parly vote this
i
of Crabtree, and Ardis and Kenneth which gave Scio the game. Rosa Ray
■■«it the atste PrtSeS are IIM.
of the Santiam are willing to eon year.” Mid an old warhorse for nr
: Weatenhoune.
Afternoon callers pitched for Scio and Ed Holland
ITS ISO 111. U0 Its and four
tribute a »urn of money to place a of the old parties Saturday
ot IS eaeb
Any high »«.Sool
were E. F. lieDing and daughter. caught. Ray Striking out 12 men.
student la Oregon is sllgibls to
si rn at Jefferson directing tourists
"If the cold of last winter dor.*
Maysell, teacher of district 98. and kitchen pitched for Alnany and
enter. Stats headquarters are
and others to the Forks of ths San­ nothing else than frreae out some of
Mrs. Wanda Bilyeu, teacher of dis- Boaacker caught, Kitchen striking
tn the Multnomah hotel. Port
land, with J H<wry Lang la
tiam. If thia aptwals to you as our bvrrMM, it ia a good thing for
trict 22. At a late hour all depart­ out 3 men. Scio secured 4 hits and
charge as director.
worth while, as money well spent, the grower." aaid a berry grower
ed for their hoii.t n. «¡-.hi’.g th. par Albany 2. The locals will meet the
will vou tell us about it and hand in the other day. "If the winter had­
. ents many more such happy gather­ first team of Leban'M on the home
what you think you can afford to n't done it. the c>mmt-ai on man
ing» of daughters and *»ns with grounds next Sunday, and another
■
give to have people come our way would have."
father ami mother,on Ea-ter Sunday. good game can be expected.
High School Note*
"I saw one of the contract- for
and look ua over and maybe to be-
•tickle growers." -aid a -m» I farn-t
tome one of ua?
On the Job 19 Month»
Petrified Leave» Found
"and I am sure we would all lie
April 22
'pickled' had we gone into the com­
S. P. Train» Curtailed
It i» not often one will find a man
While digging around th«* bank
The (»noway Club held a meeting
bine."
Inst Thursday an«l elected officer» near the power plant the other «lay. who will stay on the job 19 months
"Wheal ia looking up some nnre
The Public >ervice Commission
Those elected were Thelma Del aun­ some petrified rock was discovered, without a vacation, especially when
«ays the S. P. Ry. has defied their the McNary-Haugen bill i» assured." j ay. president; Bobby Thayer, vice- , and on close Examination it was that j<>b kee|M one in lao’ation. but
order not to curtnil train service on,**“! • grower, "and too bad n didn't
j found that the »ubalance had lieen such is the cane of E. E. Parrish, in
president; Midge Couey. secretary­
pass
on
the
day
it
wm
propose«)
”
the short lines, and put Mme into
treasurer; an«i l«ia Shimanek. re- ferns and leaves in some distant day. charge of the power plant at Jor­
effect on Sunday. The short line»
The imprint of the fern leaf i« a» dan. Mr. Parrish han !>eeii in ths
porter.
where trains are taken off is on the
May Follow Linn County
The Scio High School baseball plain as if one was looking at the «rmploy of lbs city ever since the
Brownsville division, the Dallas-Sa­
team defeated the lsrbanon team by real thing, while the maple leaf is i plant was complete«! nearly three
The annua) conference of chamber
I years ago. and hui last vacation was
lem and the Salem-Silverton and the
u score of four to three on the local almost as plain. The specimens
Willamina divisions. If the 8. P. la of commerce s«*cr« taries was held at ground last Friday. Due to a late have been left at Dr Prill's office, 19 months ago, He Mvs he felt
Mrs. J I
losing money by their operation, Eugene last Friday.
start only five innings were piny mi where all who care to nee them mav like he had l«een liberated from pris-
the CommiMion should not compel Beard, secretary of the Albany The Scio team was behind one run du ao. The doctor plans on going >n ami that it was good to meet his
them tn operate, but if they are chamber of commerce. pr< -idcd ««ver at th«- beginning of the last inning to the scene in the near future nnd , old friends. He visited his relatives
breaking even on thoM short lines, the Friday noon-day lunch« n and ’ j but an error by Randle and a hit bv ( ami aecure other specimen«
H« at Jefferson and other places during
then the company should owerate ahe Invited J. D. Bryant of River ' i Wesely brought in two runs which has no idea h«>w long this proce»« the vacation, which haa just t«een
and work for more business. How-.aide to explain '.he plan of the I.inn i won
Nolan Parrish had
was in the making, but was lung completed.
w « mi »«!<-
miiv.
the k game,
ever, pa trona were cared for by the County Ojien Forum and th«- River
Two game* will be played this enough ago that time and the ele charge of the plant while Ed was on
establishment of a conjunction with side Community (Tub to the confer­ week. one on Wednesday with Stay­ meats have petrified them in a solid his vacation.
stage lines in these sections, so no ence. The idea met with such fa ton and one on Friday with Jeffer­ III*«.
vor that the Linn Countv Open Fo­
o ic is really hurt.
Do You Know
son. These games are both away
rum will serve as a model for simi­
from home.
Nearly Loaea Eyesight
lar ornanizations throughout the
That there is something in this
Dedicate Pythian Home
.Mr. McAdoo, the school board
stale.
Shelburn. April ¿2 Mrs. Carl Smith's community that munev cannot buy?
and the faculty met Monday to dis­
Mr». J. I. Beard. Albany; W. A.
brother, Melvin Arnold of Munk<m, It is good will, and good will cannot
Next Satiuday. April 26. the new
cuss the conduct of some of our
met with quite a painful accident last
Reid,
Corvallis,
and
J.
D.
Bryant.
Pythian home will be dedicated at
students and to diacusa school r ffairs. Thursday. He was running some hot t»e bought.
Riverside
were
n»nioi
a
committee
Vancouver, Wash
This home was
Mr. McAdoo gave a rather informal babbit into a casting, not knowing then
That there is talk of abolishing
built jointly with the stale of Wash­ to study the Linn County plan ami lecture to the snudent body con­ was any waler inside, this causing an the high school? And if It is abol-
explosion which thrust the metal into ished, why not go farther and abol-
ington Pvlhians and Oregon Pyth­ submit a recommendation for a form cerning school affair».
his eyes. He was immediately taken
ian». and will tie modern in every of similar organization to the »tat«
the grade school aa well. We prob­
to Scio, where Dr..Prill removed nine
Stayton
Haa
Blaze
chamber
»f
commerce
and
through
detail, and is so built that it will
ably
do not need either.
pieces of metal from his eyes. His
take care of the husband and wife the Etale body to the civic organize
sight ia not injured, for which he la
That
Easier Sunday passed with­
Sometime after midnight Sunday,
and also the single fellows. It haa tious of all the counties of the state
very thankful, although the ayes will out ram. and that summer is on us?
the rear of the hotel in Slayton be quite sore for some time. Shelburn
coat in the neighborhood of 1150.000
That prospects for a bumper crop
caught
fire, and promised complete Correspondent.
To Improve R ad
to dale, and is constructed on the
of wheat was never better in this
destruction. Prompt action by the
unit plan
It will stand aa a monu­
locality?
The county court has »ent th«- fire department and citixena soon
ment to the great lodge of Knighta
Four Rend men are <»n trial in
had the blaze under control. It is
That with a little forethought we
of Pythiaa. It is expected several scarifier to Sci<> an vesterdav ta-uan
Portland for alleged defrauding of
not
known
how
the
fire
started,
but
will
get the beat men on the ticket
will go from thia part of Lmn county. putting the We- Scio road into
veterans in appraising land loo high
it
la
thought
some
electric
wires
be
­
for
election
to office thia fall?
The road will be scar­
and a large gathering of Knights is shape again
in their locality. They are H. J.
came
crossed
and
set
the
kitchen
on
That
the
exclusion
of the Japan*
ified from the . nd of North Mam
looked for.
Overturf, a former member of the
fire,
where
the
fire
started.
We
street to the inuthern Pacific fracas
slate legislature.
James
Ryan. cm - means fewer of the yellow race
did not learn the loss, but probably
to take the place of white men?
at
West
Sex
and
wiil
also
receive
a
Charles
Haines
and
Charles
Carroll,
Sure Gets Resulta
coat of fi« >y crushed rock. To several hundred dollars.
That it is good policy to boost
all personally known by the editor
keep
this
road
in
condition
the
year
for
Scio ami surrounding community
Lyons, Oregon. April 22. 1924.
of the Trioune. Everyone of them
Eaater Program
around,
the
county
court
should
in
­
al
all
times?
is more or less engaged in the real
Dear Ediror,
struct
the
road
supervisor
tn
dray
My ad in your paper sun brings
That If we patronise home indus­
The Christian church Sunday estate business, nnd if the charge»
good results. 1 get orders from ail this itretch at regular intervals so school rendered a fine Eaater pro- are sustained, they no doubt will get try we will soon have a big payroll
around the Scio Tribune territory that the possibility of pit holes wil gram last Sunday, and a large audi­ to do time in the penitentiary.
right here in our midst?
and feel I am well paid for advertis­ be almost entirely eliminated, This ence wa» present to enjojr the event.
-
will be cheaper.than continually re All children and adults taking part
ing in IL
Mr». J. H. Johnstoo. building.
in the program performed their
Do you believe in signs’ Have
they any effect up«><i you aa you
read them or have them read to
you? Do they give any information
that is wo^th while to*M you drive
through the country, especially in a
community where you ar« not
Mrs. J. C. Edwards went to Port­
land Friday for a visit.
Gilkey ia Manager
Leonard E. Gilkey has been ap-
pointed manager of the pan coun­
ty fair. Other officers are; J J
Barrett, president, Robert L. Burk­
hart. vice-president; F. E. Callister.
secretary, Rex Davis, assistant sec­
retary; and P. A. Young, treasurer
W. W. Poland amt K. C. Burkhart
were named as additional memtier»
of the executive committee of the
board.
The fair thia year will be held
September 17 to 20 inclusive.
F W Haskell and family ami
Miss Bertha White^raft of SalemI
spent Easter Sunday with the family
etf 1. V. McAdoo
j
Saturday Sunday
Blacksmithing
Horseshoeing
Wagon Work
Country Store
And all other work in our line
parts in a painstaking manner, and
ever’ one present enjoyed the exer­
cises.
People's Theatre
Both night» and an ex­
ceptional picture
Bring in Your Work
Our Price Is Right...
“Lights Out
Another Indian Frqptier Senes
"The Man Who Would
Not Die”
Admission I Oc and 25c
L. O- PORTER,
In the back of Bartu Motor Co. Garage
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Prop’r
Scio, Oregon