The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, October 16, 1928, Page 3, Image 3

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    The New Oregon Statesman, Salem, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, October 16, 1928
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IfScio has been in Salem this week
5 iundprrolnr treatment at a local
I "r -9 hospital
Mr. PUw Visits i-John -T. Plas
f the Crooked Finger district was
a Salem visitor Friday.
-, Fairfield Woman Here Elean
or Seguin of Fairfield was a Salem
business visitor Saturday.
New Clerk at Hotel W. D.
McNair of Portland has Joined the
clerking staff at the New Salem
hotel and la doing the day desk
work.
Katra. O. G. Shirley, both residents
rv t Salem years ago. were in the
A Jty yesterday on business. Mr.
oiiiriey is ciiy recuruer si mc-
Mlnnville.
Educational Clubs Meet The
public speaking and boys' leader,
hip classes of the Salem Y. M. C
A. will meet tonight for the first
Instruction. George Rhoten and
Burton Crary will lead the groups.
Visit From The Dalles Mrs.
Nellie Bateson of The Dalles, has
been visiting this week at the
home of Mrs. Rachel Reeder. 239
South Cottage street.
Guests at Reeder Home Mr.
and Mrs. E. G. Merrifield of The
Dalles, were guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Reeder. Mr.
Merrifield is a brother of Mrs.
Reeder.
Back at Desk Miss Fern A.
Goulding. director of nursing ser
vice for the Marion county child
health demonstration, returned to
the demonstration yesterday after
a vacation of a week or so. most
of which was spent here.
To Fish at Coast H. J. Hjort.
Li. H. and Arnold Winger started
Tjsterday lor Pacific City where
wiey will fish over the week end.
Hjort was recently named manag
er of Associated Stores, Inc., for
this district.
Connected With Movies Wil
liam H. Byars. with the retail de
partment of Warner Brothers film
nrodductions. is in Salem this
week from his headauarters initheir annual election of
Portland. He
New Salem.
is stopping at the
Piir KninvMl Mpmhpr. nfibe held with Mesdames Rocque,
the Patriarchs Militant Branch of
the I. O. O. F. and Ladies' Aux
iliary were given a real treat at
their meeting Thursday night
when they were invited to the
dining room to partake of roast
pig and all the trimmings, furn
ished by Chevalier Bogges.
..Alsea Teachers Visit Miss
Edith Mickey, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Mickey. 823 South
12th street, is spending a week
end with her parents. Miss Mickey
Is teaching In the high school at
Alse and was accompanied home
i by Mrs. B. G. Backman and Miss
j -Ho Merrill, both teachers there.
J Brash Creek Teaelver Here
Miss Jessie Hartley, teacher In the
. jural school at Brush Creek, was a
4Salem visitor Saturday. Miss
rj?iipFHartley called at the county
ISchool superintendent's office,
I There she reported that the school
was being given a new coat of
paint on the interior.
New Manager Hen" Clayton
W. Bell, formerly of Seattle, has
recently been named manager of
the local Sherman, Clay music
store and is now a resident of
Salem and in charge of the busi
ness. Mr. Bell has been with the
Sherman, Clay company for the
past seven years, both in Seattle
and in Spokane. His family and
himself are making their home in
the Olympic apartments.
Dr. Warner Returns Dr. Es
tella Ford Warner, acting head of
the Marion county child health
demonstration since Dr. William
DeKleine left a month ago. was
back in the office on Center street
Monday morning after a month's
vacation. Dr. Warner spent part
of the time at Baymoor on the
Neskowin coast and spent some
time as the guest of Miss Mildred
Carlton, who resides between
Medford and Central Point.
Dinwiddie Gms
nav Dinwiddie, of
East Court
the Common
wealth Fund headquarters in New
York City and who has been in
alem supervising work at tne
V Marion county health demonstra-
on the past month while Dr. Es-
11a Ford Warner, acting direc-
has been on her vacation, left
Monday for the east. Mr. . Din
widdle Is business director for the
various health centers of the Com
monwealth fund and spends con
siderable of his time among them.
He wilt visit here again about the
first of the year.
FOR INFORMATION
i
I ABOUT LOCAL OR KA8THRN
RAILROAD TRIPS
PHONE 727
Oregon Electric ky.
WUlametU Valley Una
MT. CREST ABBEY
MAUSOLEUM
VAULT ENTOMBMENT
LLOYD T. RIGDOX. Magr.
FIXE TO RIO reading lenses. Wa in
tar, jrow g-laste against breakage.
Elimination too.
Thampson-Glutsch Optical Co.
Wi
ns V.CoBua'I St.
g)(g$495
TPILES CURED
After First Pheasants E. W.
Cooley, grocer, and Chris Kowiti,
lawyer, cast their lot witn pneas
ant hunters who early yesterday
went to try their luck.
Visits From Eugene F. W.
Pettyjohn of Eugene was a busi
ness visitor in Salem Monday. Mr.
Pettviohn owns several automo
bile agencies in the valley.
Advertising Men Away Clavin
Horn and Charles Nunn, both
members of the advertising staff
of the New Oregon Statesman,
were visitors in Portland over the
week-end.
Portland Teacher Visits Miss
Lulu Heist, teacher in a Port
land high school, is spending the
week end at the home of her
sister, Mrs. W. W. Emmons.
Fisher to Ieave Earl Fisher,
state tax commissioner, will leave
here Tuesday for Salt Lake City,
where he will give a series of ad
dresses before the Utah Educa
tional association. Mr. Fisher will
discuss taxes.
Shrine Gives Card Party Will
amette Shrine No. 2. Order of the
White Shrine of Jerusalem, is
sponsoring a benefit cards party
Monday night in the Masonic tem
ple. Playing will begin about 9
o'clock, after a brief business ses
sion. Reservations are being
made with Mrs. Frank Shafer, tel
ephone 1593J.
Oliver Addresses Club G. O.
Oliver, vice president of Willam
ette university addressed the
members of the Willard com
munity club at their monthly
meeting Friday night. He present
ed needs of the university and the
coming drive for the completion
of the endowment.
MKiilchrists Here Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas McGilchrist of
Portland will return to Portland
late this afternoon after being
guests of Mrs. McGilchrist's par
ents. Judge and Mrs. George M.
Brown. Mrs. McGilchrist has been
spending the past month in Salem.
Mr. McGilchrist motored down
Saturday afternoon.
Club Plans Election The
Daughters of Elizabeth will hold
officers
in .McLornacK nan ruesaay even
ing at 8 o'clock. Following the
business session, a social hour will
Windisher, Lane. Quackenbush,
Eckereen. Nadstanek. Perry and
Roach as the hostess committee.
Benefit Card Party St. Paul
de Vincent altar society is spon
soring a benefit card party Wed
nesday evening in the parish hall.
Playing will begin at 8 o'clock.
The committee in charge includes
Mesdames Hendricks, Nadon.
Marshall. Varley. Jarvis. Kuckel-
burg. and Skaling.
Meet Tuesday Night The Lin-coIn-McKinley-Leslie
Parents
Teachers' association will hold
theri first meeting of the year
Tuesday night, October 16, in the
auditorium of the Leslie junior
high school. A program of motion
picture will begin at 7:30. with
no admission charged. Films will
include a local picture, made by
nr. David Bennett Hill. The pub
lic is invited.
To Visit County Schools
County School Superintendent
Mary L. Fulkerson and William
W. Fox, rural school supervisor,
expect to spend most of the com
ing wee"k visiting schools in the
county, she said Saturday. Mrs.
Fulkerson has already visited sev
eral of the rural schools, despite
the fact that activities at the
state fair and the county teach
ers institute nave cut neaviiy in
her time since schools opened. I
Jefferson Man Here Glenn
Wood, principal of the grade
school at Jefferson, was in this
city Saturday and called at the
county superintnedent's office.
Prinicpal Wood reports that en
rollment in the grades is so heavy
this year that the board has had
to hire ,an extra teacher. There
are now five grade teachers
there.
Attends Luncheon Dr. D. W.
McMillan, secretary of the state
dental board, was in Salem on
business Monday and attended
the Chamber of Commerce.
Programs to Start Miss Gwen
dolyn Jarman of Portland, will
play several piano selections as
the leading numbers of the first
regular Friday programs atthe
Salem Y. M. C. A. This fall. A
Portland vocalist will assist Miss!
Tarmon, who is a student of Ruth
Bradley Keyser.
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Jrulu
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Distmctivt
cfUneral
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Chow Puppies
Special prices in Pet land
boarding kennels
E. B. FLAKE
Proprietor
Rt. 9, Box 8
LADD & BUGH, Bonltcrc
Established 1868 .
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
" Office Hoars from 10 a. m. to 3 p. . -
Al and Ruby
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I Al Jolson, stage and screen
the former Ruby Keeler, Broadway tap dancer, on their honeymoon
in Paris, France. The new Mrs. Jolson, who gave up a part in a
Broadway show to marry Al, has announced that she'll take a lead
in another production on her return.
Passenger Agent Visitoi" In
the city on business yesterday was
B. C. Taylor, general passenger
agent of the Southern Pacific
with offices in Portland. K. A.
DeMarais, traveling agent of the
company, accompanied Mr. Tay
lor. W. C. T. U. Delegates Mrs.
Jennie Presnall, Mrs. Delia Rho
ten, and Mrs. W. II. Henderson
will attend the W. C. T. U state
convention at Eugene. October 16
to 19, as delegates from the North
Salem W. C. T. U. Mrs. Presnall
is president of the North Salem
union.
Visiting Parents Mr. and Mrs.
F. E. Brush of Oakland, Calif.,
are in Salem visiting at the home
of their parents. Mr. and Mrs Paul
Hansen on South Commercial
street. Mrs. Brush is better re
membered as Eulalie Hansen. Mr.
Brush, who was engaged in avia
tion during the war. ie now in
charge of Standard Oil in the
south.
Called From City Mr. and
Mrs. G. L. Newton, 2190 South
High street, were called away
Monday by the sudden death in
Winthrop, Wash., of Wesley Hol
loway, Mrs. Newton's brother.
They left by automobile at noon.
FIND IT HERE
Old Time Dance Crystal Garden
Every Wed. and Sat. nights.
Atwater-Kent Radios
Vick Brothers. -
Vick Brothers for Atwater-Kent-
All Electric Radios.
Opening Dai
Rickreall, Friday night, Oct. 19.
Haunted Mill.
Dollar Dinner
Every night
5:?0 to 8 at the
ELECTRIC MOTORS
Rewound and Repaired, New
or Used Motcra
VIBBERT & TODD
Things Electrical
IU1 South High Tel. 211)
John J. Rottle
415 State St. ,
Expert Shoe Fitter
WALK-OVER
AND
CANTILEVER
FOOTWEAR
OLD VIOLINS
Buy m and Sell 'em
Repair 'em, Kxchange 'em
Kxpertljr Adjust m
Also Mandolins and
Steel Guitars
All strings and supplies
PINCKNEY
1000H So. Commercial
On Honeymoon
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star, snapped with his recent bride.
Marion hotel.
Furniture Upholsterei
And repairing. Giese-Powers
Furniture Co.
"So Hunting" and
"No Trespassing" eigns for
sale at the New Oregon States
man, .i
Inexpensive Gifts For Clubs
Birthday and weddings may be
had in our giftry. Visit this en
tire room of gifts. Pomeroy &
Keene.
Dr. C. A. Kldrteda-e,
303 State Street.
Dentist
Salem, Ore-
gon, win save you
money,
pain
den-
and time
tistry.
in all branches of
Save
The New Oregon Statesman, the
Northwest Poultry Journal and
the Pacific Homeetead, all three
one full year by mail for $3.75
during bargain period.
Christmas Card Problems -
Easily solved just phone 500
and ask our salesman to call with
samples. Commercial Printing
Dept., Statesman Publishing Co.,
215 S. Commercial.
Additional
Society
Club Will Meet
Leisure Hour
M"
RS. J. F. BECK entertained
the members of her card
club informally Friday afternoon
with bridge and tea. Two tables
of cards were in play, with Mrs.
Ed Gabriel winning the high score
priie.
At the tea hour, Mrs. A. L.
Tumbelson assisted Mrs. Beck in
serving. T" e living rooms of the
Beck home were charming with
HIGH GRADE
Auction
Wednesday, Eve
7 P. M.
F.N.Woodry's
Auction Market
1610 N. SUMMER ST.
r Eureka electric sweeper &
all attachments, nearly new;
1 view velour Cogswell chair;
1 new velour davenport; 1
0x12 Axminster rug nearly
new, small one to match; 1
Singer drop head sewing ma
chine, A-l condition; 2 nev
Simmons beds; 1 used dou
ble deck coil spring; 1 Or
thophonic phonograph and
records; 8 used steel springs;
1 new cotton mattress; t
large oak dresser with largo
mirror; 1 oak chiffonier with
drawers and mirror; 1 auto
matic day bed with coll
springs and pad; 1 Round
Oak table; 1 square oak ta
ble; 9 oak dining chairs; 2
oak office chairs; 2 oak and
leather davenports, long
style; 2 oak rockers; 1 book
case; bed blankets and robes.
1 new boiler; 1 new cream
can; 1 used linoleum ru.,
9x12; li linoleum remnants:
4 new linoleum rugs, differ
ent sizes; 1 bicycle, like new;
1 breakfast table; New card
tables, folding; fiOO quarts
home canned fruit; 1 mass
ive antique walnut chest; 1.
antique mirror; I 8-bnrner
oil store; quilts and pillows f
1 range and 2 good heaters.
Sale promptly ' at 7 "
Cash paid for used
Furniture
Phone 511
dozens of baskets of chrysanthe
mums and Michaelmas daisies.
In the group were Mrs. Henry
um. nrs. a. L.. Tumbelson, Mrs.
Joe Williams. Mrs Bert JSmtth
Mrs. Roy Shelton, Mrs. Ed Ga-
Diiei, airs. A. I. Eoff, and the
tostess, Mrs. Beck. The club
win meet again 0 in a fortnight
rs. i-on as the hostess.
'
C Mrs. F. W. Sfpn.iff -.sn
tertain th timu u .. i ..
w. . i
uer uvme Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. C. A. Parka an1 f l;
- " "v Alice
"a wi assm Mrs. Steusloff.
k w m m
V P. E. O. Will mt Tl,roJn ,
XT ,TT . l ine nome Mrs. W.
T. Hickev 2in mv. .
feature of ,the pfogram will be a
Iv sa . XI U&UCB OH
the Treatment of Windows and
iwrways.
Business Girls'
Glass Has Meet
The Business Rirl ia u
First Methodist Episcopal church
met Tuesday evening a th.
of Ruth and Phebe McAdams for
tne regular business meeting of
the group, followinr whfh a n
cial hour was enjoyed.
Officers of the class are- FiHra.
beth Stockhousen: nreairiont- mi..
' . .... , ... moo
Grace Robertson, secretary; and
Miss Bessie Smith, treasurer Pre-,
sent Tuesday night were: Irora
Templeton. Lottie Robins. Flnr.
ence Waldo. Bessie Smith, Mabel
savage, Maude Ramseyer. Elsie
Miller, Elizabeth Stockhousen,
Eulalia Lindsay. Elsie Hill, Edna
Miner, Minnie Miller, Grace Eliza-
oein and the hostess.
The Business' Girl's will .m
their next meeting Novomhor e
at the home of Lottie Robins for
a o ciock amner.
Melba Eiche Bride
Of Leslie Cheese
Miss Melba EIche. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Georsre Rich 57ft
rord street, and Leslie Cheese
o0 Nebraska avemia u-om
quietly married in Oregon City
October 4. the Rev. W n Kvt
berger of Zion Evaneel ical Luth
eran enurch officiatine.
Honoring the recent hHH o
inen shower was eiven at her
nome, 570 Ford strpt U'0Hn0.
day afternoon. Many beautiful and
useful gifts were hrnneht Th
house was tastefully decorated
witn rail flowers for the occasion.
Those present werer Mrs a r
Branch, Mrs. L. A. Savage, Mrs.
Effie Gage. Mrs. T. R. Raton anri
daughter Phillys, Mrs. Bard, Mrs.
R. V. Lagoureue. Mrs F. A. nut-
ton, Mrs. K. C. Hoogerhyde, Miss
SALEM PORTLAND (two stores) EUGENE VANCOUVER
ABERDEEN LONGVIEW EVERETT AND STILL GROWING
is your
for Fall and Winter No
interest or extra charges
for CREDIT No "Red Tape"
Vellie Fpjle, Mrs. W. Low. Mrs
Stella Bean. Mrs. Ruby Hynes,
Mrs. Richard Carlson, Mr. and
Mrs. George Elcue. Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Beard and daughter Arlyne,
Mrs. Cooley of Woodburn. and the
guest of honor, Mrs. Cheese."
Tacoma Women
Visiting Here
Mrs. E. T. Barkus and Mrs. E.
E. Rhoten returned Monday morn
ing from Portland where they had
been attending the convention of
the Woman's Foreign Missionary
branch meeting of the Methodist
Episcopal church since last Thurs
day.
On the return trip they were
accompanied by Mrs. Edward
Schaad and Mrs. Ida Curtis, both
of Tacoma. Wash., who will spend
several days visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Barkus, 890
Saginaw street.
'
The Ever Ready Birthday club
will meet Wednesday, October 17,
at the home of Mrs. Julia Strand,
241 South 16th street. The birth
days of two members. Mrs. Strand
and Mrs. Lizzie Smith, will be ob
served at this meeting. f
The Writers section of the Sa
lem Arts league will meet at the
home of Mrs. Mcintire, 128 5 Court
street, Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock.
Lawrence Barr, who is studying
at Columbia university at Port
land, is spending the week-end
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Theo Barr.
Too Late To Classify
CHRISTMAS Card Problems
easily solved just Phone 500
and ask our salesman to call with
samples.
Commercial Printing Dept.
Statesman Publishing Co.
215 S. Commercial
Salem Markets
Fresh Fruita
(Wholesale quotations)
Apples, f. snd f.
Rpitienberj .
Snow
.1.50
.1.40
1.50
.1.50
.1.50
. .08 .
.6.00
.fl.75
.1.50
King David
Winter Bananas. Vrn.
Northern Spy
Bananas, lb. ..
Cranberries, Western, box ..
Dates
Dromedary, 36, 10-os pkgs..
Figs, new crop
Grapes
Grapefruit, Cal., cage
SO
rioriaa, case
Cal. treeless, lug 75
Cal. Tokays, lag
Cal. White Malagas, lug
0.00
1.00
1.75
1.10
clothes buying
muss'- 1PpM
Iroadmoor
Pants SUITS.
Broadmoor T)f I W I 11 I
OVERCOATS
' ' ' S
S.25
1.00
.04
1.50
.19
Comb boney, new erop.. 4. 75 5.50
Lemons. Cal. 7. 30 8.00
Limes, cartons, 5 doi , 3.00
Melons
Watermelons. Klondike .02 H
Ice cream, lb
Oranges, Valencia
150r and larger
176a, 216s
2S2s to 324s -.
.01
7.5038.75
9.50
8.50
.08
F?ars. local lb
Peaches
Wb. J. H. Hale
Orange Clings Home
. ?1.50
1.00
1.50
. .04
Ore.
Pomegranates, box
Quinces, lb
Vegetables
Artichokes, doz
Beans, Or. sack lots, lb.
Dill weed, doi
Pumpkins, lb
Celrry. L.. l.abUh, doi
.1.40
. .05
. .80
- .03
. .90
. .06
Spieh, ..Ucal.- law.. .
Squash
Banana 02
Golden Delirious 02 4
DiOMh. dot .80
Hubbard, lb .02
Marblebead 03
Cucumbers, hot house, dos 90(3 1.25
Carrots, local, sack, lb 02 H
Cabbage, local, lh 02
Canli.. local, crate 1.75
Eggplant, lb 08
Bunched Tegetables. per aoi. bunches--
Carrots 40 .80
Beets .40 80
Turnips .80
Oniona 40 .80
Radishes 40 .80
Lettuce, local, crate 1.50
Seattle.
iced, crate
3.50
Potatoes
Yakima Gems. No. 1
Local, Burbar.ks
Yak. Gems No. 2
fiarlic, lb
1.73
1.25
1.25
20
07
.. .10
. 60
Pepper?, local, reen,
Red, lb
Tomatoes, local, box
lb.
Onions
Xo. l'a 3.50
No. 2 s 2.50
Small pickling, lb .07 H
Feeds
(Retail quotations)
Calf meal. 25 lbs. l.JS
Dairy feed, ton 48.00
Bcratch. ton 50 00
Corn, whole, ton 43.00
Trucked and ground 4.YOO
Mill run. t6n . :t:t."0
Bran, ton 33.00
Kee math 50.00
With milk 55.00
Eggs
(Quotation to Prodnrer)
Standards . 40
Mediums .:t2
Poultry
(Quotation lo urr,dncer)
Hens, heavy 22
Medium .16
Lights 14 6$ .15
I.rghorn broilers, under 2 ll .25
Springers, large .22
Broiler 'J4fVi .."
Roosters, old .07
Butterfat
(Wholesale)
Bntterfat
Prints
.53
.52
Carton
Grain
JBuying price)
Wheat, Western Red. Iiu
Soft white
Oats, gray, bu
White, bu.
101
1.09
.55
.48
Barley, ton
31.00
Wool
(Buying prices)
Fall clip and lam ,. ...
.3t((j; .40
..50&.51 '
...60 .61
Mohair
Kali
clip
Kids
plan
Cal. .Ladyfinfera, lug
'Cat. Zinfaodel ,
Concords, local, lb
Ground cherries
Huckleberries. Wi.. lb
m
m j w s a
V
MJ XV
B.y my Suit
of Overcoat
Jn the Store
iOfUU
SAYS
We hTe a 1024 Ford Coupe
many extras, and la A-l con
dition for f 100.00.
3B1D
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The House That Servica ItalU"
PRESCRIPTIONS
Delivered Promptly
YOUR, every order is fir-,
en as prompt response
as if an "emergency
rush" demand were speci
fied. Our promptness is al
ways welcome often vital.
Our prescription department
is manned by graduate and
throughly reliable pharma
cists.
NELSON & HUNT
DIU'GOIKTS
18 X. Liberty Phone 7
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456 State St
Salem