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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, .QUTJGQN
FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 127
GOTO IIH C
Aiiair 10 be staeen on
Campus of Oregon Normal
School on May 21
OREGON NORMAL SCHOOL
Monmouth, Ore., May 12 (Spe
cial) polk county athletic meet
for high school students will again
be held on the Oregon Normal
Hfhool campus at Monmouth on
Saturday,, May . 21. 1927, accord
ing to Coach Meador who is in
charge of the day's program.
V All schools must report to, the
county school superintendent not
later than May 14, the events in
which., they will take part, other
wise the contestants will not be
permitted to participate. Every
reboot is limited to three entries
for each event and each contestant
is limited to four events, except
A committee composed of Al
fred Loy. Dallas. W. It. Shattuck,
Riikreall and'A. W. Patchin, Mon
mouth, have charge of the tennis
elimination contests for the vari
ous teams, go that the final tennis
contest can be completed in the
The oratorical contest will be
held in the normal chapel in tli4
evening, after which the awards
will be presented.
The awards will consist of gold
medals for the contestants who
will have won first place in each
division and silver cups to the
schools which Till have won in the
following contests during the
year: track and field, tennis,
typing, oratorical, basketball, foot
ball and bafteball.
Petitions for New Roads
Presented County Court
Petitions for new market roads
presented to the county court by
Joseph Rubens of district 6 4,
Wolfgang Peter, district 47, Hen
ry Martin, district 21 and W. F.
Weddle. district 30 were sustained
and a total of three and three
fourths miles of new county roads
will be commenced and completed
sometime this year.
The first section petitioned,
that in district 60, will include
more than a mile from the St.
Louis, Oregon Electric depot
along the right-of-way. In the
eecond, the Waldo Hills district,
another mile will be built with a
roadbed 50 feet wide. A road one
half mile long will be constructed
in districts 21 and 40 to connect
the Salem-Macleay highway with
New Stores Planned
Hill Hii tlMlay t lub Enter
riwcil m ItyerV Home
6, S and! 19 cents per yard. Also
buttons, stamping and pleating.
ANNA H. KRUEGER
Over Miller's Telephone 117
iREO PEPPER FOR I
1 COLDS 111 CHEST;
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the pain. Break up the congestion.
i-Vel a. bad cold loosen up in just a
Red Pepper Rub is the cold rem
edy that brings quickest relief. It
cannot hurt you and it certainly
wm to -end the tightness and drive
the congestion and soreness right out.
Nothing i, has such . concentrated,
penetrating heat as red peppers, and
.jrhen beat peaetrates right down into
- colds, congestion, aching muscles and
aora, stiff joists relief conies at once.
The- moment yo apply Red Pepper
Rub you feel the tingling heat.. In
three minutes the congested spot is
warmed through and through. When
you are suffering from a crtld, rheu
matism,, backache, stiff neck or sore
muscles, just get a jar of Rowlcs Red
Pepper Rub, -made from red peppers,
at any drug store. You will have the
quickest relief known.
LEAN ON A
41 Ads, '
Directora' of - ".,
Appearinar in the superb spectacle "Aladdin a
feature of the Al. G. Barnes circus which exhi
one thousand people appear in the cast, heade
Dancers, singers, pantomimists and musician
agement to be the largest spectacle ever prod
directs the production at each presentation af
parade with the larger circuses has added spe
actors are enabled to put their utmost efforts
nd the Parade of Gold," the new processional
bits Wednesday, May 18, in Salem. Nearly
d by the Chinese beauty, Lola Lee Chong.
s all contribute to what is claimed by the man-
uced unp!er canvas. Al G. Barnes personally
ternoon and night. The elimination of the
ed and punctuality to the performances as the
into their programs.
another county road that distance
The final tmile of improvement
will be a road one mile south of
the Jefferson-Scio highway paral
lel to the Santiam.
Salem Heights Club
Plans Big Meeting
Chicken Dinner to !! SorvI;
lroc'eils for 'Flood Victims
Baseball Team And
Club Given Party
Miscellaneous Shower Caivcn for
Popular luteal I-nly
Tho alem Heights Community
lul will hold the last meeting of
he year on , Friday, May 1.'!, at
he hall. Frpm 5:30 until 7:30
a chicken dinner will be served
cafeteria style and the proceeds
will be used for the relief of flood
Following the dinner the regular
business meeting will be held at
which, .time officers for the en
suing year will 'be elected. An
excellent program will be given at
this meeting. A partial list of the
Piano duet, Mrs. Robertson and
Mrs. Robinson; reading, Mrs. Gor
don McGilchrist; piano solo, Mil
dred Tomlinson; reading, Mr.
Baldwin; song, Ruth Stevenson;
violin solo. C. X. Robinson; read
ing, Mrs. Gordon McGilchrist.
Several other numbers will be
on the program, according to those
in charge of the entertainment.
Dormitory to Be Built
for Men Normal Students
OREGON NORMAL SCHOOL,
MONMOUTH, Ore., May 12.
(Suecial) N. J. Arnold, business
man of Monmouth, has completed,
arrangements with Bert Towru
send, Salem architect and contrac
tor for the erection of a dormitory
on the corner of West Jackson
and College streets. The plans
are drawn with the view of ac
commodating only men students
of the Oregon normal school and
will be built accordingly. The ap
proximate cost will be around
$25,000 and the building will
house and board about forty men.
Excavation for the basement be
Housing facilities for men stu
dents at the normal school have
been a serious problem and this
dormitory will afford the men liv
ing conditions equal to those of
the women's dormitorv.
HAZEL GREEN. May 12.
(Special) A delightful miscel
laneous shower was recently held
for Miss Alice Ilashle hachor by
her many friends at .the home of
her mother, Mrs. Fred Hashle
bacher. Many beautiful gifts were
presented to the prospective bride
with delicious refreshments serv
ed to the guests.
Those present at the shower
were Mrs. Max Woods, Mrs. W.
G. Davis, Mrs. Pearl Wood. Mrs.
Adolph Kittilson, Mrj. Hattie Van
Cleave, -mid Mrs. Ralph Van
Cleave of Hazel Green; Mrs. Al
vin Van Cleave and fV. and Mrs.
W. O. Zelinski, Jr., of Scio; Mr.
and Mrs. W. O. Zelinskl, Sr.. and
the Misses Martha and Emily Ru
dishauser of Silverton; Mrs. Jane
Brown. Mrs. Edna Nicholson, Irs.
Pearl Hampton, Mrs. Martha Fal
lon, Mrs. Harry Harrington, Mrs.
Brady Davis, and Mrs. Helen Wa
ser of Salem; Mrs. Chris Schwenk.
Mrs. Joe Ackerman, Mrs. Margar
et Selm of Mt. Angel; Mrs. Al
bert Lenners of Zena. Mrs. Ada
Jones of Portland. Mrs. Robert
Beer of Labish, Mrs. Albert and
and Mrs. Sophia Hashlebacher
the guest of honor.
The Hazol Green sewing club
and the baseball team were de
lightfully entertained last Friday
evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Alvin Van Cleave. An old
fashioned taffy pull and many
games were enjoyed by the guests.
They included thp Misses Hilda
Le Rosa, Carrie Williamson. Aline
Montandon, Dorothy and Gerline
Porter, Dorothy Montandon, Hel
en Davis and I.ucile Stamen;; the
Messers. Joseph McCoffery Peter
Hashlebacher, Leonard Faist. Le
Roy Van Cleave, Peter and Frank
McCoffery. George Montandon and
Mrs. La Rosa, Mr. and Mrs. Faist
and the Hazel Green teachers,
Miss Alber and Miss Paulson.
Mrs. Albert Hashlebacher sur
prized her husband with a birth-
Grants Pass Seattle buyers
take $25,000, option on 184 acres
tin claims. - 1
day. dinner last week. Thirty were i
Mr. Jensen of lion it or was a J
guest of his sister, Mrs. Kassitins- j
son, Sunday. j
Mrs. Willie Williamson is re- .
covering from a recent serious j
Mrs. Fred Hashb-baclter and
son, Edward, made the trip to j
Mrs. Mildred Williamson and j
sister. Bertha, went to Walla Wal- '
la tsunuay to accompany their
sister. Mrs. Hawkins to Salem
with the body of her husband who
died at the Veteran's hosijital
there Saturday. Mr. Hawkins
was buried in Salem Thursday
under the auspices of Capitol Post
No. 9 of the American Legion and
Woodmen of the World.
TENNIS M ATCH PLAXXED
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XEtSOX & HUNT, Druggist
Cor. Court and Liberty Tel. 7
OREGON NORMAL SCHOOL,
MONMOUTH, Ore.. May 12.
(Special) Dual tennis match has
been scheduled to be played off j
between Pacific college of New- !
and the Oregon normal school on
Saturday, May 4. This match
will be held on the Monmouth
courts with both men and women
Sl'NNYSfDE. May 12.-(Spe-ciall
-StiriiiVKide js to have. two
new stores. Mr. Edwards, owner
of the store recently destroyed by
fire is planning to replace the old
building with a new modern struc
ture. Art Kellog. proprietor of
the Sunnyside service station has
the foundation laid for a hollow
tile fireproof building.
Mrs. C. R. , Gregg spent the
week-end visiting her daughter.
Helene. who is attending college
at O. A. C.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Vern Chandler
of Tumwater, Wash.,were visit
ing relatives in this district Sun
day. The Sunnyside Community club
will entertain the Marion County
Federated Clubs, at t lie school
house Thursday evening. May 26.
The program will be furnished by
the Albany chamber of commerce,
M. S. Chandler and family of Sil
verton. W. G. Chandler and family,
G. T. Heckart and family and C.
H. Murray of Salem were visitors
at the W. S. Chandler home last
On aconnt o,f club members
wishing to attend the prune meet
ting to tie held at the Salem
Chamber of Commerce Friday and
the child health demonstration
meeting on the same date the reg
ular club meeting vvill s be post
poned until Friday May 20.
Air. and Mrs. E. O. LJeckley
were visiting in Jefferson last
The Red Hill Birthday club was
entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Wyn
Dyer at their Sunnyside home last
Friday evening. About forty mem
bers were present. The time was
spent in conversation and games.
Refreshments were servd during
the evening and every one had a
jolly god time.
on the new section of the market
- Mils Helen McMillan enjoyed a
visit from her parents last week
end, j j"
. Mr. and Mrs. Cole motored ,to
Portland on Sunday.
The pupils of the second grade
had a surprise party for Sarah
Morris on her birthday recently.
The CantMiy family spent Sun
day visiting za rulk county.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellix of Salem vis
ited in this community on Sun
LaGrande 32-acre site selectr
ed for new Oregon state normal
STOP CATARRH! OPEN
NOSTRILS AND HEAD
Says Cream Applied in Nos
trils Relieves Head-Colds
' at Once.
If your nostrils arc clogged and ynr
head is stuffed and you can't breathe
freely Uvuusc of a "cold or catarrh,
just jret a small bottle of Ely' Cream
Halm at any drug store. Apply a
little of tlifs fragrant, antiseptio
cream into jour nostrils and let it
penetrate thronjrh every air passage
of yortr head, soothing and healing
tle inllanit-d, swollen mucous liirni
l.ranc trnd you get instant relief.
Ah! How good it feels. - Your nos
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Work Started on New
Section of Market Road
ROSEDAL.E, May 12. (Spe
cial.) The road work has started
LADD & BUSH, Bankers
Estalished 1S6 8
General Banking Business
Office Hours from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
ROSTEIM & GREEMBAUM
Rayon Bed Spreads
Beautiful froods, colors pink, blue, gold, lavender
green, and white. $5.00 values
Special at $3.85
New Lace Collars
Georgette Collars and Sets
Jabots Rayon Waistcoat Sets
Linen Sets, Organdie Sets
Linen Vestee Sets
:' ; Popular Prices .
BIG MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
In Rear Room
Hundreds of Nice Hats
We Have on Display Beautiful Creations
None Over $5.00
See Our Specials
At $3.75 and $2.50
Specials Priced At
$1.00 and $1.65
240 and 246 North Commercial Street-
The Heart of Your Bank Account Is Your
Charge Account at Kafoury Bros.
Two Extra Special
Extra Special Sale Val- (TJ)QS
. ue, 3.50 to 5.95 Slips .
In thjs assortment are slips of Pussy Willow
Satin-; and Baronette Satin, in a good line of col
ors. We are closing out this lot, therefore the
Another special value is the assortment of rayon
- fabric slips in pastel shades. ' . ff f(
Sizes 38 to 44.-Very' Special... :...31.UU
Salem Store Portland Silk Store
466 State St. ,t 362 Alder St.
We have just received a shipment of the finest
sport coats that we have had the pleasure of
showing this year.
Quality materials at 22.48 arid the workman
ship is superb. We have put a few in our win
dow but there are many colors and color com
binations in the varied materials. We would
be glad to have you inspect all of them.
i ub Silks py
Flowers Tk' 'WlMO and
and Metal , y j 16.00
yfr-S V'e almost forgot to mention a new ship- j ySPCK
' VJ meht-of hats. .-They. compose. the close" ! 4"
Jlr7j3 to head and larger brims. Some felts - p$g
j but mostly the popular silk straw com- feSiiia
b binations. lZjh