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Palze 12 Thursday, Aplil 9, 2009 When You & I W(',re Young Maggy ITEMS OF INTEREST TAKEN FROM EARLY DAY FILES The Adams County Record 1947 A look back 62 years ago. Items taken from The Adams ountg Leader April, 1947. The Council baseball .lub was organized at a _meeting last Thursday evening and the Timber league was formed on Saturday when six clubs (Council, Cambridge, New Meadows, Rigglns, Cascade, and a team of smokejumpers at McCall making up the sixth team) had repre- bentatives present to perfect the organiza- lion. Wayne Plummer was elected as league president. The local club expects to tear flown the old grand Stand, which is believed to be unsafe and a new large one erected. The diamond and field will be improved, and more netting for protection of cars and spectators is anticipated. o:o Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Tuttle and Ed Snow suf- fered injuries Sunday night, when the Snow pick-up, in which they were riding, went over the bank at a point between the Bodner strawberry farm and the overpass on Highway 95, north of town. They were returning from up the canyon, when the machine left the grade, tumbling down the rocky embankment to land in the Weiser River. Tuttle was able to get around and hunted frantically in the water for the other two. His flash light, failing, he was unable to locate the others and started up the highway for help. Earl White and Barbara Quast drove by, and helped him. Mrs. Tuttle and Ed were found uncon- scious among the rocks on the bank. They were brought to the Community Hospital for treatment. Mrs. Tuttle was not badly injured while Snow suf- fered head and back injuries as well as sev- eral cracked ribs, and is still in the hospital. The pick-up was pretty badly beaten up, par- ticularly in the cab and body. :o Mrs. Clifford Shelby was honor guest at a stork shower at the home of Mrs. Buff Hallett Tuesday after- noon, when she was the recipient of many lovely articles. The affair was sponsored by Mrs. John Kite, Jr. and Mrs. Margaret Watson. It being April Fool's Day, Mrs. Shelby had a few embarrass- ing moments and was the victim of several interesting stunts. She was instructed to cut a beautiful cake for lunch, and when she drew the knife through it, she found that is was only a tin pan, beauti- fully frosted. After a pleasant afternoon, the guests enjoyed the delightful lunch the hostess served. Forest Ranger Frank Youngb[ood reports that there is consid- l erable interest being shown over the lodge pole growth in Weiser and Payette National Forest, and several inquiries have come in as to the purchase of tracts. Mr. Youngblood reports one man having set up quite a business in the neighborhood of Warrens, where is manufacturing arrows. A poll mill is operat- ing near Donnelly, and some are interested in putting in lath mills and plants for manu- facturing other goods from lodge pole, there being an abundance of the wood in the area. o: At a meeting of the village board Tuesday, the old slot machine ordinance was repealed and a new ordinance to conform to the new state laws. licens- ing and regulating the machines, was adopt- ed. The new ordinance carries a license fee of 8500. : There is a new co- pilot in the Bud Perkins home, a new 8 pound son hawng arrived at the hospital Friday. This is the first child for Mr. and Mrs. Perkins and they are justly proud of their new son. : There are a lot of new girls in the community this week. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Harrington have a baby daughter whom they call Ava Ethel, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hibbard have a baby girl whom they have named Charlotte Rae and Mr. and Mrs. I.E. Robertson have a girl which was named Marlene Ann. : The thousands of brandt geese that flew about this section last Thursday were watched with inter- est by many citizens. Bud Mink reported that they alighted his place on Cottonwood. and he estimated that they pretty well cov- ered several acres. The brandt were apparent- ly on their way north and stopped off in this vicinity for a rest and feed. Mr. Mink said it was quite a picture and they resembled a big lake as they sat down in his field. It is likely that there will be some competi- tion in the coming vil- lage election. Several groups have discussed putting candidates in the field and members of the board whose terms expire this year, are sympathetic to the plan, they felling that they have served their time. and some one else should have the thank- less job. : Auto license plate No. A2-123 was lost and is at Ham's service station. Owner may have the plate by call- ing there. O Two boys from Seattle were in the Community HOspital under guard, they having been injured in an automo- bile wreck at Boulder Creek early Sunday morning. They had sto- len the car at Culdesac. and making a fast trip out of that country, when they hit a curve at Boulder Creek. and went into the rocks. They were hurt to some extent. The manager of Boulder Creek station called Sheriff Phillips and Officer Bays, who brought the boys in and had the car towed to Council. The Nez Perce county sheriff came for them, where they will be prosecuted. : Man Pinched While On Way To Church - Robert Clausen on his way from his home in Ontario to New mead- ows to attend, church services Sunday, found that he was going to be a little late. and stepped on the gas through Main Street here. Traffic Officer Bays caught up with him at the Fruitvale Y and Justice Planert handed him a S15 fine. @ Marshal Rabern and a crew have been busy the past few days wash- ing down the pavement on Main Street. It is amazing the amount of stuff that accumulated on the street during the winter. @ Lloyd Rule injured his back Tuesday after- noon while working at the shop of his brother. Dean. He was lifting when a catch came to his back, tearing some of the ligaments. He suffered extreme pain until the doctor arrived to treat him. 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