Dickey and Wise buildings
Remodeling, Building Noted Among Yoncalla Activities By MRS. FRED LEE Several buildings have been built or remodeled in Yoncalla during the past month and work is continuing continuing on others. Raphael Wise is building a large double garage and shop and the Harold Turpins took out a back wall and enlarged their kitchen and sewing room, Delbert Dickey is building a two-story two-story two-story building on the back of his parts place for a warehouse and more room in his store. Dale Bessctt completely redecorated tne upstairs apartment apartment over the cafe and remodeled the cafe, both of which were damaged damaged in a recent fire. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brant bought the former Bertha Stock property and have takenout the front walls and rebuilt rebuilt the house. In the north part of town Mrs. Dora Benner is hav- hav- C. Volley Folks End Alaska Stay By MRS. DAVE THRUSH Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Necly of Camas Valley accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor of Santa Barbara, Calif., have returned home from a month of fishing in Alaska. They drove and pulled a 20-foot 20-foot 20-foot Doai 10 j'nnce Rupert, Canada, and there boarded the new Alnska Ferry which took them the next 300 miles to Petersburg, Alaska. There they launched the boat and went 80 miles to Tycc, Alaska, where they camped for the next , three weeks. Mrs. Necly caught a 70-pound 70-pound 70-pound salmon at Surprise Harbor. The fish was 50 inches long and 32 inches in girth and was taken on a 15-pound 15-pound 15-pound test line. She caught uic lisn in tlie exact spot where she had caught 72 and 68-pound 68-pound 68-pound slanion in previous years. Four days after she caught the 70-nound 70-nound 70-nound or she caught a ti8-pounder ti8-pounder ti8-pounder in the same spot. The Neely's made their home in Alaska for about 17 years before ing work done on her house gelling gelling it ready for a rental. In the fall of the year just be fore school starts there is always a number of families moving in or out of the community. Mrs. Alicc- Alicc- maric McConnell and small daugh ler have moved into the Booth apartments as has Richard Harp er. Mr. and Airs. Gerald Sparks, have moved lo Dan Webb's house on Parks Hill east of Yoncalla, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Douglas are moving into the Bessctt house and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brant to the house they bought in town. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bessctt bought the Earl Brant property in Pleasant Valley and arc moving this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson have tak en over the management of the De-Tour De-Tour De-Tour Cafe and Jason Jackson and family, who lost their home by fire this summer, are moving into their house. Mr. and Mrs. Orval Pontius and family who have been living at Sweet Home for the past year have been remodeling their house which was damaged by fire this summer when used as a rental rental and are moving back here. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crawford bought property in Suthcrlin and have taken possession. Mr. and Sirs. Fred Grumbo and family have moved to Lebanon to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Curt ight have moved into one of Del bert Dickey's apartments. Mrs. Lloyd Wise has sold her ranch in Scotts Valley to Mr. and Mrs. Clem Nuss of Los Angeles, who navo taken possession. Mr. and Mrs. George Edcs who have lived in Yoncalla since the fall of i918 sold their property to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brawn and have moved to Elinira. Eagle Is Placed The terracotta "Eagle" that was awarded to the city recently bv the Oregon Mutual Savings Bank in l'ortlanrt in a contest has been placed on the brick wall at the north side of the new City Hall facing east. Placement of the or namcntal "Eagle" was done bv Kenneth Obendorfer, a bricklaver who lives in Yoncalla. Obendorfer donated the mortar for the job.