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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (May 5, 1927)
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J. ' W. Tavenner Recently
- Elected President of Salem
v. - The rounril of 4he Salem
liTea tiers' association met Tuesday
evening at the cull of the presi
dent of I4.be organization. Rj W.
f5TariMieK. A number of problems
Relative to the work for the rom
yinK year were discussed by those
MrsJ'avenner is orRanlzinR the
ork of the council for the.com-
ing year and keeping in the fore
fg round" IhV professional ndranre
iment of the teachers. He declared
'that this may be done in various
j-ways such asadvancing the pro
fessional reading by having a li
brary forf teachers and organizing
' Jnore closely for social activities.
ttr. , Tavenner Js one of the most
, "fapahfe and efficient men of the
; jS. T. A. and the organization
.honld be .brought Into a more
ami ted group with him serving .as
:." Hhe leader.-
... The officers of the Salem
Teachers association for the en
duing year are: Tt. W. Tavenner,
jprevident; Clara V. Thompson,
first. vice president: Lela Johnson,
Isecond vice president; Elva Nies
fcon. third vice president: If. W.
' ifUse.Tinanoial secretary; Cladys
Tipton, treasurer: Lillian Shroed
pr, -press correspondent.
Representatives from the school
' )u tidings,, who are elected by the
teachers as members of the eoun-
: Hcilare as follows: Miss Taylor,
nenlor high; Miss Inez Reifsnyler.
'fajrinh junior hiRh; Miss Bertha
, Afwgnes. McKinley; Miss Sarah
print, nEnglewood. Miss Mable
-Murray, Highland; Miss L,ola
Millard, Richmond: Mrs. Van Ors
4lale, Orant; Mrs. Davenport T-In-eoln;
Miss Jessie Martin. Park.
" The council elects three mem
pera.at large each year.' The
iuember must have served on the
iCash Savings Are
I"; " Real!
Follow the Careful .Buyers
'Who Are Persistently IWsy
llitying at JJamon
' We Feature
Valley Packing C. prod
ucts in our New' Fresh
JJocauM ! Kver y Cat Is Got-
ernment ; Inspeciea ana
Diiart Jar Sweet
tickles - -
4 Bars Creme.OilC
2, cans Santianl
1 .- runsurpassea"
2 cans Iowa
4 lbs. Choice
Dried Apples -
Bartleti Pears in
syrup large cans
2 cans College Inn fit
: AII Klntis ; :
2 cans Imported OC
" Coffee ? Lower v
I. X. L. 40c Coffee
Now 35c 3 lbs. $1.00
'"Highgrade" 44c Coffee
Now 42c 3 lbs. $1.22
X. L. N. T. Coffee, 35c
. Now 33c--3jlbs for 95c
All ihe different Brands
' of Canned Coffee that we!
carry are now " 49c lb.
"Highgrade Coffee at 42c
, h nnr best seller because It
Is fresh from the roaster arid'
famed for its flavor. Try a
nound and you will quit buy
ing expensive lithographed
Pure Maple Syrup' ,
Regular 13.00 cans
On Sale at $2.50
Direct from New York
Have yonr Alpine milk, labels?
and get some nice silver, tea-,
spoon. . AstE us. " v . "
" Good Until Tuesday,
4 pkgs. Post- ,OC r
Toasties for - ..iU.L
899 N. Commercial St. '
Phone 1-2-6-3 ".
t'nJtoil Grocers of Oregon
council previously, -J"or the, , . en-
siHiug year these three will le:
Miss Dorothy ,M.. '.'fay for . vd 1'a.r
rijJi junior high, .Miss .May Hale
of MfKlnley and E. A. Miller of
(irant. - ;
" The purpose of the Salem
Teachers' asso!iatien is to 'pro
mote among the teachers of Sa
lem public schools a spirit of co
operation, unity of spirit, dem
ocracy of sehool affairs, higher
professional standards, and to
create In the community at large
a deeper sene or the worth and
dignity of the profession and of
the interests it represents."
The council meets on the first
Tuesday of each month and It
.duties are to direct the general
policy of the association and in
othe,r ways act as the executive
Mj(ly of the S. T. A.
Mr. Tavenner will announce th
members of the various commit
tees in the near. future.
Salem Youth Elected
Mo Office; High Vote
Herbert Sooolossky, who was
elected vice president of the T".
of O. student body, received the
greatest number of votes cast for
any office, 1390 His oppenent,
William Powell, received 341.
The record of Herbert Socolof-,
sky, candidate for vice president,'
sbows him to be on the 'GreateT'
Oregon Committee Directorate, as
chairman of Marion, Polk, ahdi
Yamhill counties; and a member
or the Junior Week-end director
ate as director of the canoe feteJ
He served on the Homecoming
committee in 102C. and was a
member of the hieh school council
in 1027. He bas taken part In
Oresana and Webfoot drives as a
speaker. He won the Jewett prize
for speaking in 1!26 and in 11T27
he again M-on the prize for ex
cellency in debate and oratory.
He is a member of the Webfoot
starf. and is on the Y. M. C. 'A.
His scholarship is good, accord
ing to records furnished.
Mr. Socolofsky is registered as
a junior, in business administra-
Mron. He is a member of Reta
Theta Pi, also a member of Pan
Xenia, honorary international
foreign trade fraternity. -
Socolofsky was president of
A. S. R. of Salem high, in 1922
and a member of the football team
for two years, basketball one year,
and track two years. He was
first Master Councellor of the Sa
lem Order of DeMolay.
- He is the son of Mr.-and Mrs.
D. D. Socolofsky and -the twin
brother of Harold D. Socolofsky
of this city.
MOTEL SUR VEY OF CIT.Y
OFFERED BUSINESS MEN
act. ; j' v..""."; ' " '
'"'Should such a comm,ittee. be ap
pointed and enter'nlo p. contract
with the' Hockenbury "system, t'hat
firm would ' evolve a complete
working plan showing the revenue
which would he derived from
every department, a'tul the cott of
operation ' ' '
Judging from what he has heard
of Salem through interested peo
ple, a hotel or 90 to 110 rooms,
erected at a cost of $21tn to $2300
per' room would-pay jout, Mr. 'Rarr
stated. Apprdrtriate ? furnishings
would coat in the neighborhood of
SC00 per room additional. If such
a hotel were operated at 6I per
cent pf capacity.' It would pay he
believed, provided all the funtfa
mentals pf goml management Ver
Mr. Hauser wno ,also addressed
the meeting stated that tourists
are beginning to fight shy of the
hotels in large centers due to traf
fic congestion. Many people are
afraid to buck heavy traffic, he
said, and are Klad to patronize a
hotel in a smaller city which can
furnish accommodations equaT to
those available In the large cities
Hauser admitted that his firm
was interested In assuming opera
tion of hew hotels throughout the
northwest, but would make n
deffnit'e proposal until Hocken
linry had made a thorough inves
tigation ami a request was made
for him to take over management.
The meeting was called as a re
sult of' interest in. the local hotel
situation on the part of the Port-
JAXITOR CENSORED MAIL
PARIS. A. concierge French
equivalent for janitor cannot
c,ensor a tenant's mail in Paris, a
court neia in reprimanding a
concierge who failed to deliver a
'mash note" to a pretty-feminine
iaadforporatlon which operate .a
string ''of Jhotels ti"ncluttB6- the
Ue:tttin:ia and jMujtnomatf hotels
In Portrand,"!,ad, several others
throughout; the' northwest,! Hal
t. IPatton a0Vd as ehafrman of
hel meeting ' ,infro4uing the
While careful to state that the
people he represented were not
promoters, and never" went into a
city, to discuss the hotel situation',
unless invited to do so by some
body of responsible business men",
Mr. Darr pointed out the strategic
location of Salem for a ood hotel.
' - "Located on the highway as you
are, he said, "there is a veritable
river of gold running through your
city. " Tourists, instead 'of "travel
ing from town to town, as they
used to, now trave from good
hotel center to good hotel center.
A city is known by its hotels."
The Ho'ekehbury system which
Mr. Barr represents, is a corpor
atlon formed to counsel and advise
on community hotel projects. .Its
cefitral office is located In Harris-
V The proposal as outlined by Mr,
Barr ' last night' was to enter into.
a eonfraet with a hotel commit
tee consisting of representatlv?
business men' to conduct a survey
to determine what slie and type of
)iotel wlll!lest suit the; Interests of
ht community ami pay out on
Ihe investment. .i7 .. r ,
1 1 The survey wo u Id le , co nd u cted
atHhe expense of the corporalion,
and the-'f ladings reported to .the
committee. Should , (he proposal
carry, and .the advice of the
Hockenbury 'system on specifica
tions for the hotel be accepted,
then that (rm would guarantee to
raise by popular subscription ai
east GO per cent of the amount to
be invested. Should the drive le
successful.' Hockenbury would re
ceive R per cent of, the total
amount of stock sold as its com-"
mission. 1 ;
Chain Plan Fnvoreil
Thetcity hotel committee would
obtain the architect, let contracts
preferably on a competitive basis,
and select its own botel operator.
Chain operation was recommend
ed by Mr. Barr because it has
proved most successful... It would
make possible expert supervision
by experienced hotel men. A local
manager would be employed, who.
if unsatisfactory,' to the stockhold
ers could be removed' at any time.
The ehajn systems usually re
quire voting control of the Ktock.
After all operating ... expenses .vand
)l per cent on preferred stock de
ducted, net prof ltr are divided b-!o
Ween the chain and focal stock
ENGINEER COURSE ADED
fr:duate School nwl Expeimenf
Station SfafTed1 at fAC ' '
CORVALLIS. May 4. AP.)
An experiment station and gradu
ate school of engineering was. to
day established ' by the regents of
Oregon Agricultural eollege. thue
placing the engineering depart-
ment of this college on a par with
that ot any land grant institution
in the country.
Dean G. A. Covell, who has been
on the Oregon Agricultural col
ige faculty for 38 years nnd dean
of the school of engineering since
its establishment in 1908, wpts
11 ade director of the experiment
station and dean of graduate jwork
In engineering. H. S. Kogeis.
professor of hydraulics and irriga
tion, was' promoted to succeed
Dean Cbvelt as dean of the under
pradua( engineering school.
The Medical , Research Iliorft-
tories, Inc., with; headquarters, iu
Portland, f has been incorporated
by E. 11. McDonald. A. O. Her
and " R. A. Foster. ' Thtf 'capital
stock is ?luO.
. Other artieles filed in the state
corporation department here yes
terday follow: ,
Taylor Brothers & company3,
Portland, $50,000; W. " WTayior.
K. O. Lundstrom and CJ Cook.
Scio Canning company,,. Scio.
$25,000; Joseph F. Wesely, Roger
M. Cain and William F. Sturgis.
Fawkes & Linn Klet-tric com
pany'. Port lan d, $5 000; Lesl ie 1 1,
Fawkes, Roy Linn and Jesse C
Darling-Singer Shipping and
Lighterage company. Portland.
$25,000; Ralph M. Singer.. Allen
J I. AlcOurLain and. .IV, 14 iipront-e.
P. S. McKenzU Lumlter com
pany, Portland: notice of dissolu
tion, v. v.'i ; . ; ' ..
Name of, the PortJanl. retroleum
company changed to the Oeor
II. Cage company. ; -
Myrtle Point Work begins on
big new Perkins corner block.
Store building and residence,
corner lot, 4 block's - out,
J 12,000. ,
F. L. WOOD
Since 1 f 17, state has jmiil $t.
52S.310 for C00A county ' high
ways'. . r '-' I
Quick, Reliable Service
1013 Center Street
Plione S.-2 nuH3JQ-W
, J'ine r Fix turea
4Rewound and ittpalrM ,
New or Used Motors
VIBBERT & TQDD
! Things Electrical t
Wl South Hiili St. 1
Acid Stomach I
"Phillips Milk of Magnesia"
Better than Soda
Hereafter, Instead of soda take
a .little . "Phillips Milk of Magne
sia", tn wter any time for Indi
gestion or, bout, acid, gassy stom
ach, and relief will come instant
ly ' ' '
For fifty year genuine "Phillips
Nfilft of Magnesia" , has been' pre
scrfbed by physicians because ii
bvercomek three tinies as much
acid in the stomach as a satur
ated solution of .bicarbonate of
soda, leaving the stomach sweet
and free from all gases. ,It neu
tralizes acid fertaentatfons in the
bowels and gently urges the sour
ing waste from the system wlth-
f-out purging. ' Besides, it Is more
pleasant to take than soda. Insist
apon "Phillips:" TWerity-tiv cent
and fifty cent bottles any drug
store. "Milk of Magnesia" has
been th jtL S. Registered Trade
Mark of The , Charles ,iL Phillips
Chemical Co. and Us predecessor
Cnarlea II.' PhiJHpa since 1875.
We Invite Yqi To inspect
Hats and dresses made to order prices reasonable.
See us for remodeling;. See our garments -for the
GLORIA HAT SHOP
180 South Liberty Street
C. & L. PARTS STORE INC.
Corner Ferry and Jjlberty Telephoae fltMJ
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freeTlJelivery-to any part of the city .
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not end with just having on hand a wide variety of foods giving courteous trearneft and making
deliveries free of phrger Vfe are constantly striving to improve our seiice
Better goods kt the same or less price three departments in one store I enables us to 'sell moat all food
for a little less'." I
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A. & L. Peas
California Small White
20 bars 75c 6 Il?c
P & G White Naptha
3 for 43c
4 lb. can
2 for 16c
Cocoanut Oil Toilet
Fancy Blue Rose
6 lb. 49c
2 dojz .
2 Large Loaves
Tree "jTea -
y2 rb- -Packape:Gre!ftii
3 One Pound Lpave
3 fop 2j5c
Machine ' '
2 for 49c
Ground To Suit
3 for 3c
No Charge for Delivery
it Ktore Xo. JOO
83 Feet of Parking. Space
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Day Telephone 23