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The New Oregon Statesman. Salem, Oregon, Friday Morning, March 1, 1929
Sam Meeks Freed Sam Meets, f
If. was released on his own re -
cognisance Thnrsday after Tj haded at the Calvary Baptist church
appeared before Justice of the
peace Small and promised to be
good In future.' Meeks achieved
notoriety when he wasc barged
with stealing articles of clothing
and equipment from the Salem
armory. Much of the stolen goods
consisted of articles that bad been
issued him when he joined the na
tional guard recently, it was stat
ed. Theft of a fire-year service
medal belonging to Captain Paul
Burrfs was also charged. Meeks
has spent .the past ten days la the
Marlon county jail.
Smoke, Xo Fire Reported-
When the occupants of a bouse
at 966 Oak street could smell
smoke throughout the house early
hnradsT morhlnz hut rmilri nnt
find any fire. they -became
alarmed and called the fire de
partment. No trace of a blase
was found. Lint and other com
bustible dust in heating pipes is
believed to hare been responsible
for the odor.- -
Service Today- Funeral ser
vices for Falvla Marie Meier, nine-months-old
daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Flavius Meier, will be held
at the Salem Mortuary this after
noon at 2:30 o'clock. The baby
died at the family home east of
the fairgrounds and besides the
parents is survived by five broth
ers. , Interment will be in the St.
: Church Has New Piano A new
Fisher piano which will more ade-
gregation was Installed Thursday
in the Calvary Baptist church.
Although the church trustees
sanctioned purchase of the piano,
at their Wednesday night meet
ing, the different organizations of
the Sunday school will help pay
for it, two classes and the choir
having already agreed to raise,
200 each. -
larceny Charged E. O. Taylor
and Walter Williams entered pleas
of not guilty to charges jot, petty
larceny when they appeared be
fore Justice of the Peace Small
here Thursday. They were ac
cused of having stolen some brass
parts belonging to a syrup ma
chine. Bail was fixed at $250.
and the defendants were lodged
in Jail when they failed to produce
Office Changes Complet e
Changes in the executive offices Of
the Y. W. C. A. have been com--pleted,
"with the office of Miss
Baker, general secretary, onw ad
Joining that of the reception desk.
A small committed room also
opens from Miss Baker's office,
new floor covering having been
placed in these and the rooms
generally fitted to be attractive
and Inviting. The new rooms also
adjoin the main lobby.
Huge fjoad Hauled No less
than 23 tons of hay on one wagon
made up a load hauled in Waley,
Colo., M. D. Kenney, night watch
man at the Kings Products plant,
said Thursday after viewing a pic
ture nf the load received from
friends In Wiley. Previous rec
nrria had been set at 13 and 164
tons to the load. The hay was
Tully Chosen to Post Rev.
Norman K. Tully of the First Pres
byterian church has been, desig
nated bv the Ministerial Union as
pastor adviaoryto the Salem Chris
tian Youne People s union, an or.
ganization of young people's so-
cities of the different cnurcnes.
Rev. Charles E. Ward of the First
rnnr relational church has been
advisor of the union the past year.
To' Give Rosamund Skit A
election or two from Rosamunae,
Sehubert's operetta which advanc
ed students of Lena Belle Tartar
are presenting at the high senooi
auditorium tonight, will be giren
at the student assembly this morn
ing. Charles Robison, representa
fiva from Clatson county, will
speak to the students also.
Conve for Funeral Mrs. Carl
Berwald arrived In Salem late
Wednesday night from Big Sand
City. N. D., summoned by the
deathCbf her mother, the late Mrs.
Madlda Siegert. whose funeral
wflll be held here today. Mrs. Ber
wald will remain in Salem a abort
time. " ' ,;
Minor Operation M T S. John
Parimentier, Salem route one,
submitted to a minor operation at
the Mission hospital the middle of
the week and will be a patient
there for some time.
Undergoes Operation Mrs. E.
L. Maison of North 4th street, is
recovering nicely from a- . minor
operation she underwent recently
at the Mission hospital.
Lincoln Teacher On Mrs.
Emza Oodsey, teacher at Lincoln,
was absent Thursday due to Ill
ness. lianas Daily Exeapt Monday By
tateman jpttbUstring Co.
2 IS So. Comajtreial St.
Xoabor af taa
Tha Auociated Pr to aaelaalvaly
ratified to taa iu forpablleatioa of
ill bows ttspatcaaa croditod to It or
ot otaarwiaa credit U this PPor
tad a 1m to tho local, awi psslukaa.
. PaeKie- Cot RepraaaatatiTao :
arthur W. Stypaa, lac, Boeurlty
Bldg., porttaad : Saaroa Bldf., Baa
.rraaeiteo: 911 Waatara Pacific Bids,
For AO DoparteiaaU V
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Oreroa, a aeeoad. elaaa mattor. -.
.Man Bibacriptioa XaUa, xa Advaae
Within Orogoa; .Daily aad 8aaay,
t Ma. 60 com; S Mo. St-lt; Mo.
12.25; 1. year Sa.OO. Elaoaaor SO
sonta par . Mo. or $5.00 lor 1 year la
tdvaaflo. i , .-vvv'"
- - - By S7 CsrrUr -
SO eents a awatk; $0.00 a year. .
Revival Pi.wi'a -.-v..
revival amnaf. m h
rom March 10 to 24. with the
pastor, W. Earl Cochran, In
charge. Meetings will be held but
tour nights a week, omittlnc Mon-
aays and Saturdays. Laymen from
the church are, doing the prelim
inary visitation work, report upon
which will be made at dinners to
be held at the church next Tues
day and Friday nights. Mr. Coch
ran believes lay evangelism should
work as satisfactorily here as In
the larger cities, where it is com
ing to be 4uite widely adopted.
Hastay Released George A.
A. Hastay. charged with non-sup-
port and. kept In the county Jail
for the nast six week, will be
given his -liberty today, under an
order .to be issued by Justice of
the Peace Small. Hastey appeared
In Justice court Thursday and
agreed to make good on the de
linquency on which he was held.
Roads Repaired Gravel is be
ing placed on a number of roads
In Marion county that have got
out of repair this winter, it was
indicated Thursday at hte office
of the Marlon county court.
County Commissioner Smith as
serted that gravel will be hauled
from Newberg today. Several
loads were taken from Rigdon
Thursday. . .
- Business Girls to Meet The
Junior Business girls will meet at
the Y. W. C. A. this Friday ew-
nlng to make candy for a candy
sale they will conduct Saturday.
Receipts will be used to help de
fray expenses of the group of 10
members who will attend the Jun
ior Business girls' conference in
Centralla March 9 and 10. Betty
Eleffson is president of the group.
Geography Group Meets Miss
ICarlotta Crowley, elementary su
pervisor. Miss Signe Paulson of
Parrish, Miss Anna Fischer of
Richmond and Miss Dorothy Tay
lor of Lincoln and McKinley
schools, met at the high school
Thursday afternoon ' for further
consideration on revision of the
geography course of study.
Laedler at Willamette Harvey
Laedler, lecturer, author and ex
ecutive director of the League
for Industrial Democracy, lectured
Thursday, evening at Willamette
university. Mr. Laedler is on an
extended tour of the United States.
He discussed various problems of
industrial and social relations.
Siegert Services Today Funer
al services for Mrs. Matilda Sie
gert. who died at the home on
North 16th stret Saturday, will
be held tvls afternoon, with
prayer services to be held at the
Clough-Huston parlors at 1:30
o'clock, followed by services at
the St. John's Lutheran church at
Returns to Home William H.
Steusloff, vice-president of the
Valley Paeking company, was able
to return to his home, 1285 Court
street, Thursday from a local hos
pital, where he underwent a major
operation. A nurse is still In at
tendance. To Address Class J. E. Blink
horn, dairy and food inspector
with the county health demonstra
tion, will address Miss ,Fern
Goulding's class in public health
nursing at the Salem General hos
pital this afternoon on "Phases of
Milk Production and Control."
Attachment Filed Writ of at
tachment was filed in circuit court
here Thursday by A. A. Schramm,
state superintendent of banks,
against F. M. Bock. Three lota in
Ewald fruit farms are njaced un.
der attachment, the sum involved
Conference Postponed Owing
to the illness of Dr. T. H. Temple
of Salem, district superintendent
of the M. E. church, the quarterly
conference which was to have been
held In the Methodist church at
Sllverton this Friday night has
Bates Talks to Groups Busi
ness men members of the Y. M.
C. A. gathered at the association
for a luncheon Thursday at which
L. G. Bates, regional physical di
rector with headquarters in Se
attle,' was the speaker. Mr. Bates
spoke to the junior leaders corps
on the "Value of Being a Leader."
Addressee Class Mrs. Ida M.
Andrews, supervisor of art in the
Junior high schools, spoke' before
Superintendent George W. Hug's
class In Curriculum Making Thurs
day afternoon, using as her sub
ject "Drawing. Art and Design."
Son to Clarks Mr. and Mrs.
T. E. Clark, IS 65 North 5th
street, are parents of a nine pound
baby boy, Donald Delmer. born
Thursday morning at . the Bunga
low Maternity home. Mr. Clark
Is with the Salem fire depart
ment. To Take Part In Program
Miss Esther Dieffenbach, ot the
child health demonstration cleri
cal staff,: will go. to Aurora this
Friday evening to assist in a pro-
. -a. A 1 1 a.
gram being given si me my; a
Demurrer Filed General de
murrer to the plaintiffs complaint
was filed in circuit court here
Thursday by the defendants in the
case ot W. W. Mee vs. Carl Ab
rams and others.
County Road Asked Petition
for a coarlty road in district No.
2, near Hubbard, was filed with
the Marion county court : here
Thursday by T. J. Dunn and oth-
ers. " - ' ;
. To Address H. S. Boys Dr. Ed
ward Lee Rvssell of the child
health demonstration will talk to
the high school boys this Friday
morning on "The Challenge of
Goes to Spokane Miss Mabel
Goodrich, student nurse at the Sa
lem General hospital, left Thurs
day for a visit in Spokane. ;
Astorlan Visits F. M. Francis-
covitch, Astoria business man, Is
ON ID POLICY
Many Chambers Men Here
for Meeting; March
I Meet Booked
The advertising plan launched
last week by cities of the Willam
ette valley, in a meeting at Eu
gene, will be extended to state
wide program which will coincide
with that of the Oregon state
chamber of commerce, it was de
cided at a meeting In Salem
Thursday- of representatives of
the chambers of commerce of a
number of cities.
A resolution was passed at the
meeting, held in the Salem cham
ber of commerce rooms, that an
other session be called here in
March, to which representatives of
all chambers of commerce and
commerce and commercial clubs
in the state will be Invited.
New Settlers Sought
At this mee ting, plans for lend.
Ing support to the state chamber
in carrying1 out as a state wide
project the advertising In the In
terests of obtaining new settlers,
originally planned by the valley
Chambers of commerce repre
sented here Thursday were those
of Eugene, Corvallis. Albany.
Hubbard, Oregon City, Newberg
and Salem. McMinnville was not
represented, but the chamber of
commerce of that city sent word
that it was in favor of the state
W. G. Ide of the state chamber
of commerce was present.
IS GLEE COMES ON
With the progress of the week,
the excitement over the annual
Freshman glee at Willamette uni
versity has taken greater hold on
all classes, and Intensive effort is
being made in preparation for Sat
urday night. All classes have
adopted a schedule of three: prac
tices per day, and the university
gymnasium Is In use at 7 o'leock
in the morning, at noon. In late
afternoon and at night for the
practice of marching and forma
tion. Sparks Has Tickets
"Wesley Boeder, manager of the
Eve ry night
5:30 to t at the
Eat at O'Leary's
Where good food is served.
Old Time" Dance
Crystal Garden every Wed. and
Thomas Bros. Band Mellowmoon
Every Wed. and Saturday.
Elks Dance with Mills Orchestra-
Sat.. March 2. Slks Club.
Time of Year Not Important
The time of year is not import
ant if one wishes to enter the
Capital Business College for a
business course. A number of
young people have already regis
tered for the beginning class in
Shorthand next Monday. There
will be others. Call, let us ar
range some practical subjects for
There Will Be No Sale
At F. N. Woodry's Auction mar
ket Saturday as Mr. Woodry is
confined to his bed with illness,
Store open as usual for regular
Returns From Tillamook Mrs,
Rich L. Relmann has returned to
her home here after spending two
weeks In Tillamook, where she
was called by the illness of a
Farrar Under Weather John
H. Farrar, Salem postmaster, is
expected back at his desk this
morning following several days'
absence during which he has, been
nursing a severe cold.
Expected Back Today James
Bradshaw, assistant teller at the
Ladd and Bush bank, is expected
to be at' his window today after
several days of illness.
Mrs. Bwanson at Hospital -Mrs.
Sarah Swanson, 1591 Broadway
street, was taken to the Salem
hospital Thursday, suffering with
an. acute illness.
Supervisor in Woodburn Wil
liam W. Fox, rural school super
visor, and county leader of boys
and girls' club members, was in
Woodburn on school business
Bedee to Yakima B. D. Bedee.
manager of the . Oregon Packing
company, left Thursday for Yak
ima where he will remain for sev
eral days in the interests of his
... V , : :
Dental Clinics Today -Dr. Es
till Brunk of the child health dem
onstration will conduct, dental
clinics at Witxel, Cloverdale, Sum
mit and , Pleasant View Oils Fri
day. . : " :'c-v. :,V:X -Bain
from Woodburn Vera D
Bain, principal of the high school
at Woodburn. was a business vis
itor in Salem Thursday. -
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8trrotrnrlll C. E. McLaugh
lin, stereotyper for The Statesman,
Is ill this week with influenza-at
his home In Portland.
' Visitor la City Harry Schootey,
Portland realtor jlsited in Salem
West Salem News
By LOU THOMPSON
: Mrs. Jack Summers entertained
Saturday afternoon. February 23,
46 belles and beans of the young
er set ia the community hall, hon
oring her son Samuel and little
daughter Mary Jane with a joint
Samuel was eleven -i years old
and Mary Jane celebrated her sev
enth anniversary- The motif was
carried out with flags and patrio
The afternoon was , enjoyably
spent playing games, which Miss
Clara Summer directed. At the
close of the . afternoon refresh
ments were served to the guests,
br Mrs. Summers, and her?twoas
sistants. Clara Summers and Miss
The two long tables were very
attractively decorated. A large
birthday cake with lighted tapers
was the center of attraction. Gifts
were received by the honored.
guests from their young friends.
who happily enjoyed tne arier-
noon's celebration. Those present
were Teresa May Green, Barbara
Miles. Lola White. Helen Sebern,
Margaret Shipler, Rosella Reming
ton, Betty Ann Lemon, Darne Ba
ker. Ethel June Hunt. MarJIe
White. Coral Young, Janas Woo-
ley, Doris Hamby, May and Anna
Alma Richardson, Marjorie and
Jeanette Mack. Edna Bear. Inez
Iteyers, Louise Stewart, Mary Jane
elee. announced Thursday that the
only way for townspeople to ob
tain tickets now Is to seo Lestle
Sharks at the gymnasium before
& o'clock this afternoon. Ticaeis
given out earlier In the week
must be - exchanged for reserved
seats this afternoon between 1 and
5 o'clock. The entire north bal
cony has been reserved for alum
ni. Practically all tickets were
taken by Thursday noon.
On Saturday night, no reserved
seats will be held after 8:15 and
if any seats are vacant at that
time they will be given to. anyone
waiting for them.
Flaria Marie Meier, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Flavius Meier, died
Thursday morning, February 28,
at the family home east of the
fairgrounds at the age of nine
months. Besides her parents, she
is survived by five brothers. Fu
neral services at 2:30 Friday af
ternoon at the chapel of the Salem
Mortuary and under direction of
Rev. Thomajr V. Keenan. Inter
ment St. Barbara cemetery.
Margaret Savage, 35, died Feb
ruary 27 at a local hospital. She is
survived by her husband- and three
children. Remains in care of
Clough-Huston. Funeral an
Nellie Florence Smith, age. 11
days, at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Smith, three
miles east of Salem on the Fruit
land road. Funeral services at 10
o'clock Friday morning at Ter-
wllliger's with Rev. H. E. Gardner
Mrs. Iona M. Perrine, 49, of
Salem, died Tuesday at a Portland
hospital. Besides her husband, j E.
B. Perrine, she is survived by a
daughter, Mrs. T. D. Hodges i of
Eugene, and four sons, Lyle G.,
of Compton, California; Virgil jM.,
of Portland; and Stanley and
Johnnie of Salem; also her moth
er, Mrs. S. M. Walker, of Salem;
two sisters. Mrs. William Hogan,
Redmond and Mrs. Frank Munson,
Salem; three brothers, D. S. R.
Walker of Portland; J. A., Pom
ona, Cal., and, Paul R.,.Roseburg.
Funeral cervices Friday at 2c30
o'clock from Clough-Huston's cha
pel, with Rev. Fred C. TaylorLof
flclatlng, assisted by Rev. C. B.
Harrison of Portland and Rev. Le
Roy Walker, of St. Helens. Inter
ment in Lee Mission cemetery.
Isabel Bunce. 80, died at a local
hospital February 27. She is sur
vived by two sons. Irving and C.
E. Bunce, both of Salem, and also
two grandchildren. Funeral ser
vices at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon
at Terwllllger's funeral home, with
Rev. J. J. Gillespie officiating. In
terment in I. O. O. F.jCemetery.
Mary Kibbllnger died February
28 at a local hospital at the age
of 59 years. Remains at the Ter
willlger funeral home. Announce
ment of funeral later.
LLOYD T. RIGDON. Mr, ;.
and Shirley Summers, Leon Stew.
art. Harry and Clarence Benton,
Harold Nahble, Floyd Miles. Bud
die Mack. Winston aad. Junior
Gosser. Alvin Richardson. Fred
and Johnny Maxnusaen. Junior
Sebern. Gordon Lacy. Edwin Hey.
ers. Alexander McKay, Samuel
and Bill Summers and Mr. and
Mrs. Gnffee, the grandparents of
the honored guests.
Miss. Carol Van Burenof the
Wallace road was a visitor of Miss
Clara . Summers at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Summers. Miss. Van Buren and
Miss Summers attended a slumber
party given by the guild girls of
the First Baptist church of Salem.
Miss Summers won the prize for
staying -awake. '
ROBBERY OF SAFE AT
f ! '
One or more amateur cracks
men made an unsuccessful attempt
to open the safe at the Douglas
McKay Chevrolet company on
North Commercial street some
time between 1:30 and 4:30 Wed
nesday morning. Evidently alarm
ed, the burglars left the job In
complete when the combination
had been sawed from the safe but
before any damage had been done
to the interior.
Tools for the job were taken
from the locker of a. garage me
chanic, indicating, police said.
that the attempted robbery was
cbmmitted by an inexperienced
party or parties. Entrance to the
building was gained through an
opening In a rear window, from
which a pane ot glass had been re
moved. Fingerprints, thought to
be those of the intrudsts,. were
found on a piece of glass and on
the handhold of the door.
The time of the attempted rob
bery was somewhere between 1:30
and 4:30 o'clock, an employe hav
ing been at the office until the
former time while a watchman
made his rounds at the latter
hour. The damage to the safe was
covered by insurance.
The police department investi
gation was conducted by Officers
Thomason and Burgess.
Old Time Dances
To Mingle With
Don't worry if you are not "uo"
on the latest dance steps; there
will be old time dances and the
ever-popular waltz to make the
Such is the announcement made
today by mmbers of the Salem
police department which with'the
fire boys is sponsoring a benefit
ball March 4. Dancers, young and
old, are assured of a good time
say the sponsors.
Funds received from the dance
will go to provide equipment for
a gymnasium in the city hall.
Colonel Rile a Is
Named Camp Aide
Lieutenant Colonel Thomas E.
Rilea. charter member of Marion
Post No. 661, Veterans of Foreign
Wars, has been appointed aide de
camp to the national commander.
in-chief, according to announce
ment from Captain Patrick W,
Kelley, state commander of the
veterans of foreign wars In Ore
Colonel Rilea Is the executive
officer of the Oregon National
Guard and served overseas with
the Oregon Infantry regiment dur
ing the World war.
Dr. Edith V. Witzel
Osteopathic Physician and Sur.
geon. specializes In diseases of
women and children
Office 428 Oregon Bldg.
Phone 778 Refe. 991R
Witaoat eeetatioa , er lees ef
SSt Orafoe,; !.
Bags, Paper, Metal, Sacks,"
Iron. Bottles, Hides. Pelts,
Wool. and anything which
yon hare to sell.
Three Trucks at your
Capital Bargain &
, H. 8TEINBOCK, Owner -
145 Center ' Phone 808
By the bridge
i V. cure it is
I v, Sure
IN DOESS VEST
Lovely dresses, scores mad
scores of them, presented a hard
task for ludres Thursdav after
noon In makinc the awards at
Miller's annual Everfast contest
bat when the lob was done Mrs
C. Pratt. 140 N. Liberty street.
was returned winner with a si
cash prise and her choice of a
three and onehalf yard Everfast
dress pattern for winning lirsi
honors. . -
The entrants were required to
place la the contest a dress made
by themselves from Everfast ma
Second place went to Mrs. C. E.
Brown, 1107 S. Commercial street.
The prize was 810 in cash and
sufficient Everfast material for a
dress. Third award was won by
Mrs. Charles KInzer, 1860 N.
Summer street. Her prize was $5.
in cash and a dress pattern made
from Everfast material.
So outstanding were the en
tries that the judges decided to
Honorable Mention Made
Honorable , mention was given
five women, each winning suffi
cient material for a dress. They
were: Mrs. L. B. Rickey, 1150 N.
17th St; Mrs. W. A. Deltzell,
Routh 4, Salem: Mrs. Jennie Lett
kin. Route 1, Dallas; Mrs. R. P.
Taylor. 775 "'N. Cottage; Mrs.
Clark E. Lee, 1715 S. Winter St.
In the announcements of the
dressmaking contest, a variety of
costumes were sketched and the
question was asked, "To" "which
periods do these sketches belong?"
Three prizes were awarded for the
bast answers to this contest.
These, went to Mildred Haberly,
Route 3, Sllverton; Mrs. Harold
Lane, Route 3, Salem; Jeanne Mc
E. J. Coffey, local manager for
the Mutual Benefit Health and Ac
cident association has received a
wire from the head office advising
that his district had established
a world's record by 344 applica
tions during February.
The district also won a five
month's contest production. 1456
applications. A large loving cup
and cash prize was offered for the
winner of the contest. The cash
prize will be used to banquet the
representatives 'of the association
in the Salem district. The cup
and prize will be awarded at the
annual convention, . March 2 in
Ad Club Men to
Hear Editor oi
Salem . Ad club members will
hear Douglas G. McPhee, manag
ing editor of Western Advertising,
at the meeting next Thursday in
the Marion hotel. His topic will
be "Advertising as Seen From the
Editor's Desk." Western Adver
tising, while a magazine only ten
years old, has received national
recognition for its high quality.
McPhee's work on the publication
makes him an interesting and in
If Bladder Weakness, Getting
Cp Nights. Backache. Burning or
Itching Sensation, -leg or groin
ains make you feel old, tired, pep.
less, and worn out why not maje
the Cystex 43 Hour Test? Don't
give up. Get Cystex today at any
drug store. Put It to a 48 hour
test. Money back if you don't soon
feel like new, full of pep, sleep
well, with pains alleviated. Try
Cystex today. Only 60c. adv.
Perry's Drug: stone
115 S. Commercial
Our Candy Special for
x this week end
1 22c a lb.
2 lbs. for 40c
133 X. Commercial St.
The Original Candy Special
We will be glad to go to.
your place and pay the
fall Talae. We want
Rags, Paper, Bletal, Ete.
820 N. Commercial St,
- ' Phone 402 '
Saffron A Kline .
Br LOCAL MAN
New Gas Station
Begun on Capitol
Street By Ling
Construction -of a super-service
station -on a triangular piece- of
ground at the junction of North
Capitol ' street and Fairgrounds
road was begun Thursday by E.
E. Lint;, owner ot the ' property
who .has made a contract with
Smith ft Gilbert. Richfield Oil dis
tributors, to use their product ex
clusively In the, new station. Ling
will . lease the station to ' a - local
Facilities tor car .-washing and
greasing as well as adequate
equipment for gas and oil dlstri
button - will be provided for the
station which will be ot the latest
type. completion ot tne new
structure is expected within 30
1 LEGION MEN
By inviting in the members of
posts in nearby cities. Capital Post
No. 9, American Legion, Js ex
pecting to increase to 200 its es
timated delegation of 100 to at
tend the "Whoopee" one day con
vention of legionnaires in Port
land incident to dedication of the
new veterans' hospital Ihere Mon
day, March 18.
In order to obtain a special
train to make the trip, the post
here must sign up a delegation of
100. Already about half of that
number have signified intention
The purpose of sending a large
group to this meeting 19 that of
advertising the state convention
to be held here August 8, 9 and
10.: : :The. ;WhooDee" committee
has headquarters at Ted Irwin's
cigar store in the First National
Ten AH Club Men
Plan to Attend
At least ten members of the
Salem Ad club expect to - attend
a dinner meeting next Thursday
night at Corvallis when ad clubs
of the valley will be Kuests of
Oregon State college. The event
is an annual one.
Announcement of the meeting
was made Thursday noon at the
regular ad club luncheon.
A treat for the member was
furnished by the Gideon Stolz
company which served Pale Moon
ginger ale, manufactured here, to
all the ad-clubbers. Walter Stolz
and W. J. Nelson were guests of
Auto Top - Curtains
Body Work-Auto Painting
In fact everything to put your automobile
in first class shape
I will sell at public auction on the Grove McGonegal i
place, 1 mile southwest of Woodburn and VS mc wes
of railroad track, FOLLOW THE ARROWS, on '
Tuesday, March 5 th
Commencing at 10 a.m., the toUowina; described property: j
LIVESTOCK Two Bay Mare, weight about 1SOO lbs., 11 and 1
IS years. "Oner Bay Mare, weigbiK about 14O0 1b.. 4 years, j
One Grey Gelding, weight abont 10OO lbs-. 13 years. Two good )
Milch Cows. One Jersey Heifer, 5 months old. Two Jersey
Heifers, about 2 years old. Chickens: 4 dozen Light Brahmas
ana liegnorns. Jiogs: snoces wcigninz; svooui w pounas. ;
HOUSEHOLD GOODS One Dafenport, 2 Dressers, 1 Glass
Door Cupboard, 1 Kitchen Cabinet, 1 Kitchen Work Table, 1
Perfect Toledo" Ranee, 1 Heater, 1 Oil Heater, d-foot Exten
sion Table, 0 Leather Seat Dining Chairs, 0 Straight Chairs,
'8 Rocking Chairs; 1 Large Comfort Chair; 2 Center . Tables;
4 Bedsteads, Springs and Mattresses; 2 Large Carpets'; 2 Cots;
Aladdin Mantle Table Lamp and 1 Aladdin Hanging Lamp; 1
Eight-day Clock; Ironing Board; Flat Ironing Set.
FARM IMPEMEXT8 Case 10-18 Tractor. 2-bottom 14-iav
Grand Detour Plow, "John Deere 6-foot -Tandem Tractor
Dies, "Van Brunt" 10 Double Disc Grain Drill, new; Western
Packer Tooth Corrugated Roller; Standard 8-foot Mower; 14-
inch Walking Plow; Mendt SU 'Wagon; 1 Spring Wagon, 2-4
ton capacity; 1 Low Iron Wheel Wagon; Wagon, Box and Hay i
Rack; 1 Two-Section Lever Harrow; Drag; Platform Beales;
Grindstone; 40 Rods 4-foot Woven Wire; Power Feed Grinder; j
2 Harpoon ' Hay Forks ; 125 feet .Wire iHay Hope ; Wooden :
Track and CarrierDeLeval Cream Sepairator fo. 12 2 Gas
Drums, SO gallon 2 Oil Drums, IS gallon ; 200 pounds Smooth
Berry Wire; 1 -Good Set Breeching Harness; Farm Harness;
Iron Kettle,' Crocks, Churn, Aluminum Backets. Tubs, Copper
.Roller, Kitchen Utensils, Dishes, Fruit Jars And other articles?
'too awnerpiMjo mr ;;:V?' :
TER3IS -All sums of f 10 an under. cash; over Uvat amount
O months time will be given to parties, furnishing approved
' bankable notes bearing interest at 8 per anaam. article
"to be removed until settled torsL " ",--1, . -
FREE LUNCH AND :COFFEE AT NOON
: H. Eo BERGEN. Owner' .;
Box 82. Woodbom . :
F.'N. WOODRT, Salem's Old
! ttes. ana score : mm
EUGENE COURTNEY, Clerk. . -
SHOOT SQUABE" ISf f
"Shoot square with your fello
men, no maiier wuai your wus i
of life, W. Earl' Cochran, pastoc
of the Calvary- Baptist church .
told the Salem Realty Board ii
addressing the group at the regtt ;
lar, Thursday noon luncheon meet
Ing at ther Marlon. "" " ' 3 .
Mr. Cochran listed five thiaei
which he feels man should follow
in making his own life a help XA i
his fellow ' men. and Included 4 i
first fair play, whether In smalld
or greater business ventures, JTBd
business man can not afford tq
neglect the sympathetic side ai
life and should be thoughtful jl
those with whom he comes lq
contact, the pastor aald, assertlnsl ,
that "manhood is measured by tha .!
beat of the heart and not by thd ii
size of the pocketbook." I L
ness , ana otner i undertaking
means much in the final analysis
Mr. Cochran said, as does courtet
ous. even In. this age of Jazz and
hurry. J i
The business man no less than)
other men should be human In alt
dealings with mankind and in sayl
ing this Mr. Cochran did not hesi
tate to assert he knows men id
his own profession who are hardly
human in their reaction to their
For Realty Meets
Here in Summed
lj U. F. Ulrlch, president of th L
A Saiem Realty board, has named v
Leo N. Childs general chairman of
realty committees and in this cat K.
pacity Mr. Childs will direct art .
rangements for the state realtors!
convention to be held in Salem 14 K
July. Other committees for the
convention will be named shortly
We hare a 1023 Overland
Coupe, well equipped, has 1029
license and iu fine condition for
'The House That Service Built"
Forks, Post hole DUcgrr, Scythe,
Reliable Anctioncer in charge.
n. oununer rnone on x
in saiem lor a nay or so. ; inurBuy. Y
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