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The New OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, i Oregon, Sunday Morning, April 28, 1929
Local News Briefs
leaving For Walls Wa!la Mrs.
Eric Butler and Mrs. C. A. Swope
will leave Monday to represent
the Salem Y. W. C. A. at the an
nual spring conference for the
northwest board members and
committee- members. They will
be gone five days, Mrs. Swope re
turning here at the end of the
week and Mrs. Butler Joining her
husband in Portland, from where
they will proceed to the Rotary
convention at Vancouver. Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. Gueffroy will make the
Vancouver trio In company with
Mr. and Mrs. Butler. Among the
prominent leaders who will b9
present at the Y. W. conference
are Pauline Scbalder and Essie
Maguire, national secretaries from
the east; Mrs. John French, mem-It-T
the national board; and Mrs.
jot.n Hanna, of Texas, national
Find It Here
' Rnilnar. Salem Armorv Are
Thursday eve., May 2. Red Mil
let, Portland vs. Spud Murphy of
Kentworth, Tuss Greene vs. Bill
Hubbard; Pat Dundee vs.- Jack
Edelman; Jackie Watten merger
vs. Doc Snell; one curtain raiser.
Furniture Cpholstcrcr -
And repairing Glese-Powers
1 furniture Co.
Every night to at tb
f404 Buys "New Gul bran sen
Grand Piano." Easy terms.
H. U Stiff Furniture Co.
Arjro Hotel Dining Room
With same pood cook employ
ed so long by Mr. Loper when he
operated the Argo Hotel, Argo
Dining room. A. B. Eastep, mgr.
Lay in Your Winter Supply
Of wood while you can, get it
direct from car. Heavy, all square
wood. Call us. Phone 813. Cobbs
& Mitchell Co., 349 S. 12th.
275 Buys "w Model"
Gulbransen Piano. Easy terms.
51. L. Stiff Furniture Co.
Wood For Sale ' -
We are receiving wooa irom
cur mill at Valsetz. Will deliver
direct from car. Get your order
in. Cobbs & Mitchell Co., 349 S.
Send In Your Order
For slab wood. Let us take care
of your needs with gowT wood.
Cobbs & Mitchell Co., 3f & ltn.
194 Buys "Xcw Gulbransen
Grand Piano." Easy terms.
JT. L. Stiff Furniture Co..
fiMn Again for Business
Sunday. Newly decorated, .com
plete new equipment, some pop
ular prices. Hotel Argo Dining
Rocm. A. B. Eastep, mgr.
$275 Buys -New Model"
Gulbransen Piano. Easy terms.
H. L. Stirt Furniture Co.
Burton Co-ed sisters. Mellow
moon, Wed. Nite.,
Iioxlng. Ralem Armory Arena
Mjt 2. Red Mil-
let Portland vs-Spud Murphy of
Hubbard; Pat -Dundee vs. Jack
Kentworth. Tuss ureene .
Edelman: Jackie Wattenberger
vs Doc Snell. One curtain, raiser.
m . T .
On Christian oceu. j
raret Murney Glenn, C. S. B..
member of the Board of Lecture
ship, the First Church of Christ.
Scientist in Boston, Mass., in the
Christian Science church, corner
f Chemeketa and Liberty streets
Monday evening. April 2S a t S:0
o'clock. The public is cordially in
vited to attend.
private Office For Rent
In one of the best suites of of
fices In Salem. Use of reception
room and stenograph services.
Call 717. 'If IP
Argo Hotel Dining RoUAA
For each' purchase of $2.00 or
x .mi Ana SbC
SaX yourTolce. freeToffTr good
ffil'May Bth. inters Floral Gar
dens, mile on Wallace road.
Dr. Stone Does Office PnjcUce
Treats skin disease and cancer.
Office next door to police station.
Mother's Day Candy
Boxes at Hills Candy Co, ,11th
and Leslie. - VT-V-
For sale, very v
Evans. R... AJ- .
n Xext Week .
Starting April Ju. cnaiy
Streets Graded John Werner
of the Modern Community Devel
opers announces that the follow
ing streets in Ben Lomond Park
are now graded and graveled: Mc
Gilchrist street, Ben Lomond
drive, Tillman avenue, Upper Ben
Lomond drive. Similar work on
South High street is nearly com
pleted. The Model Home being
constructed by Delmar L. Bond is
well under way.
Joins Sales Staff Ralph TJ.
Frees fit Giadbrook, Iowa, is a
recent addition to the sales force
of the Modern Community De
velopers. Mr. Freese predicts a
fine future for all the Willamette
Valley, but more particularly for
the Sarem District, which he be
lieves to be the center of "the
richest a re" a of agricultural land
on the entire Pacific coast.
Goinr To Eugene Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Ross who have been
making their home In this city
while he has been with the state
highway department at Condon,
will leave immediately to make
their home In Eugene. Mr. Ross
has been transferred to the main
tenance department of the high
way. Service Delayed City mail car
rier service which was to have
begun before the end of this
month has been delayed until May
2. it is reported from the post
office. Territory includes South
13th, South 12th and Berry
streets formerly served from route
five. About 72 additional famil
ies will have city service when the
change is effective.
Friendly Indians Hike Eight
members of the Baptist Friendly
Indian club hiked to Epla springs
and into the hills Saturday morn
ing, under the leadership of Har
ry Stone. The club program for
April was heavy with the hike and
two parties, one a theatre party
for the boys' lady friends.
Jap Muslcale Planned The
Rev. Y. Norisue, local Japanese
minister, will be in charge of the
musical program to be presented
at the Y. M. C. A. Friday night.
The history of music from the
island empire and comments on
composers of that nation are oth
er numbers on the program.
Postofflce After Wood The
annual call for wood for the Sa
lem postoffice is ready to go out,
with the demand calling for 70
cords of first growth big fir. Bids
will be opened May 21, the suc
cessful bidder to deliver the wood
piled in the basement.
Default Judgment Given A
judgment for the Beaver Invest
ment Co. against G. W. and Jes
sie Moored was returned in cir
cuit court Saturday under default,
the defendants not appearing to
answer the complaint filed against
them. Judgment of $29.50 and
costs was given.
Get Judgment A Judgment by
default was granted Saturday in
circuit court to C. A. Kobow,
plaintiff in a suit filed against E.
A. Johnson. The court allowed
Kobow $89.56 and costs.
M. Adams On Fishing Trip W.
F. "Hilly" McAdams, special deliv
ery boy for the local postoffice,
will bo off duty a few days while
he enjoys a fishing trip to the
Mrs. Cole Better Mrs. Curtis
Cole, who has been a patient at
a local hospital recovering from a
major operation, has returned to
her home, 1805 Market street
Speeding Charged W 1111am
Clark, 1136 Trade street, was ar
rested Friday night by local traf
fic officers on a charge of speed
Fail To Stop Carroll B. Hunt,
1275 Frickey street, was arrested
Friday night on a charge 'of fail
ing to stop at a through street
Hal fat ton Better Hal Patton,
who has been confined to his
bed the past week, will be able to
be about for the first time today.
it la reported.
Gootz Here Robert Goetz, city
superintendent of schools at Sll
verton, was a Saturday visitor
In the city.
she attended before the Joint fac
ulties of the McKlnley and Lin
coln schools at Lincoln school,
Miss Sloop's first grade room at
Lincoln Is carrying ont a project
on Japan. I
Thursday eve., mj-
let Portland vs. Spud Murphy of
Hubbard; Pat Dundee; ts. .Jaek
Kentworth. Tuss Greene, :" J Bill
Edelman; Jackie WtUBmerer
vs. Doc Snell. One curtaW raiser.
This week only, to show the
-.rful effects of Colonial
Dames beauty aldt.
porntment. MHler's. Pb6ne MIT.
Good Business Room JJT
On High St. H.XSUfi.
Is always acceptable. Large
Have Good 8 Ten Contract-
On II fine low wiu
t. c. T-nfler. Ladd ft Bush
. - 1 1 r ii
Thursday eve., j M
let Portland ts. Spud Murphy of
. . TtnnAoA T. Jack
Kw; rree ts. Bill
Kdelman- Jackie Wattenmerger
Edelman. - ,rtain raiser.
TS. JJOC sncu.
Next week featuring Browning
. cn with their mass of
Fried Spring; Chicken Dinner.
Today at the Gray Belle.
Special Chicken and Duck-
Dinner served all day at the
For Dinner This Evening
Special Sunday dinner $1.00 at
the Marion hotel today.
Special Chicken Dinner 50c
At the New Argola, 222 ft N
Special Chicken Dinner
60c and 75c at O Leary's.
Fried Spring Chicken and FrJd
Rabbit dinners at state cafe
teria. Open all day today.
SundaT Chicken Dinner
At the Home Restaurant. 50C
Delicious home made pie.
Coffeys' Cafe Open All Day
153 S. Liberty.
Argo Hotel Dining Room-
Newly decorated, newly equip
ped. Opens today.
Chicken and Turkey Dinner
12:00 to 9 p.m. White noose
Half Spring Fried Chicken ,
Dinner today at Fat Boy Barbecue.
HERMAN TO GRADUATES
O. S. C, April 27. William
Rehfuss Herman, son of E. J.
Rehfuss of Salem, is a candidate
for gradnatlon in Jane from the
college. Hr. Herman is majoring
In mining engineering. He is a
member of Orion, local social
Leander Conner died at a lo
cal hospital April 27 at the age
of 64 years. He is survived by
hla widow, Lydia Conner; a
daughter, Mrs. R. C. Mitchell, of
Amnity; and a son, Frank Conner,
of Union, Oregon. Remains in
care of Clough-Hu3ton's Mortuary.
Funeral announcements later.
Miss Slgne Paulson of Parrish
unlor high visited the Highland
teachers during the luncheon
hour Monday, April 22. She told
them of her trip to Spokane and
her attendance at the "Inland
Empire Association," InAiTe
interesting manner. Mri
ner- also was a guest of &
group at that hour.
Miss Gladys Paul will represent
Highland in the teachers council
for thecoming year.
The third grade sand table is
well worth pausing a moment to
The bird houses, up high and
"cat proof", are already occupied.'
The gardens with their attract
ive markers, and rabbits just
waiting for them to grow, are
very real. The gardens are lo
cated under the spreading branch-
just ready to burst into "bloom.
es of an old gnarled cherry tree
and the knotty limbs filled with
birds, busy selecting home sites,
give an impression of real spring.
The much needed, new. back
stop, on the ball diamond. Is be
ing put up by Mr. Nelson and is
about ready for a practice game.
This six weeks grades determine
the personnel of the hall team.
And the attitude seems to be
When we are good
We are very, very good;"
Thompson Remington died Fri
day at the family residence, 2433
Trade Btreet. at the age of 88
years. Besides his widow, Eli
zabeth, he is survived by two sons.
W. O. and J. A. Remington, of
Salem. Funeral serviees Monday
afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at Rig
don and Son's Mortuary with Rev.
F. C. Taylor officiating; Sedge-
wick Post, G. A. R., in charge.
Interment in I. O. O. F. cemetery.
Mr. Remington was a member of
Nodaway I. O. O. F. lodge No.
206 at Corning, la., and also of
the First Methodist church in Sa
Mrs. Amanda Conner Guttrv
died Friday evening at the age
of 82 years. She Is survived by
two daughters, Mrs. Fannie (E
B.I Millard. Salem: Mrs. Theodo
cia Bachmeier, of Oakland, Cal.,
a son. Huch Guttry. Sheridan; ai
so two stepchildren, Mrs. A. J.
Wilson. Dallas: and J. K. Guttrv.
Corvallls; a sister, Mrs. Martha
Powell Mills of McMinnville: and
three brothers: Levi and Ezra
Conner of Ballston, Oregon; and
George Conner of corvallls; and
thirteen rrandchildren and five
great grandchildren. Funeral ser
viees Sunday at 1:30 o'clock at
Rigdon's mortuary. Intermgnt
Pleasant Hill cemetery.
v John Edward Mathis died April
27 In Salem at the age of 60 years.
He Is survived by his widow, Ef-
fie Bell Mathis: four daughters:
Mrs. Beulah Coffee, Miss Myrtle
Mathis and Miss Jessie Mathis, all
of Salem, and Mrs. Vera England
of Hillsboro; and the following
sisters and brothers: Mrs. Emma
Burns of Kansas, Mrs. Katherine
French of Penalosa, Kan., Rose
Fornwald of Kingman, Kas.; J
A. and G. E. Mathis of Penalosa
Kan., W. L, Mathis of Lamar,
Colo.. IL B. Mathis of Chancy
Okla., and J. H. Mathis, address
unknown. Remains will be ship
ped by Rlgdon and son to Forest
Grove, where funeral services will
be held at 2:30 Monday afternoon
and where interment will take j
Salem School Children are
Busy With Many Programs
As Year Comes to Its End
The past week as all the remaining weeks of the school
year, bid fair to be well crowded with affairs, extra-curricular
as well as those of study. Students are all interested!
the May Day pageant which is to be an event next Wednes
day. The affairs of the different schools are described
McKinley & Lincoln
Mrs. William McGilchrist. Jr..
gave a very Interesting talk on
her trip through Holland before
Mrs. Davenport's third . grade
The class has Just completed a
Holland project and listened with
rapt attention as the speaker told
of the beautiful country through
which she passed, with the pic
turesque windmills, colorful
houses and flowers growing every
Special mention was made of
the great dairy Industry.
Mrs. McGilchrist told of watch
ing the skilled diamond cutters of
the Amsterdam at their work, and
explained how the diamonds were
. She related In a charming man
ner her visit to the fishing vil
lages, where the people still wear
the quaint old Dutch costumes
including the wooden shoes.
The children learned of the
kindness and warm hospitality
shown to visitors by the fisher
folk. The good housewives show
their guests through their humble
but spotlessly clean little homes
and even bring out their dresses
explaining how they are passed
down through the different gen
erations one gown for weddings.
another" for church, etc.
Mrs. McGilchrist brought some
interesting souvenirs with her
which1 were viewed by the class.
Later some of the pupils
donned Dutch costumes and
played a Dutch folk game for the
entertainment of their guest.
Five girls and two boys from
Mrs. Pfister's 6A room made a
visit Tuesday to the Kay Woolen
mills. They were accompanied by
Mrs. D. B. Taylor and Miss Tay
lor, principal of the school. Each
member of the party made a writ
ter report of the visit. On a post
er in the room were mounted va
rious samples showing the pro
cess from the raw wool to the fin
Miss Taylor made a report on
the Inland Empire meeting which
The 83B pupils have made
dainty spelling booklet, and
bigger booklet for a lesson
Six of the 3B's made an average
of 98 In composition work and
are trying for the prize that the
American Legion has offered
The hyacinths and tulips that
the 3B's have colored are worthy
The fourth grade has Just com
pleted a spelling contest, which
has been running for the past six
weeks. The winning team Is
composed of Dolores Netz, Mary
Jo Gelser, Gladys Bartell, Virgil
Harrar, George Nuyama, Edith
Smith, and Paul Leaser.
fall below "C
The Highland teachers are very
nroud of the score received by
their classes in penmanship, this
period. The lA's are proud pos
sessors of a slant star. Second
grade are 100 in all require
ments for that grade. Third
fourth, fifth and sixth gTades
each have stars for "balanced
hand" and "slant".
Pupils are working Industrious
ly that the sunshine dance may
do honor to our "Queen of "the
May", at OUnger Field May Day.
The ball team is doing its best
to be ready for our first scheduled
game May 7.
Miss Mabel Allen has neen 10-
sent from school the entire week,
due to her mother's illness.
Mr. Bergman of the Senior High
school gave a very interesting re
port of the Inland Empire meet
ing at Grant on Monday at the
close of school.
Principal Miller was chosen as
building representative on the
teachers council for the term be
ginning this May.
Hand work is making the
strongest appeal to the pupils In
the Ungraded class Just now. A
number of rather attractive toy
cats cut out of wood and paint
ed according to the owner's skill
will be completed next wek.
The sixth graders are more than
usually interested In their Ore
gon history study. They read
eagerly whatever references the
teacher suggests and report each
Thursday in class on the radio
program heard over KGW the ev
ening before. These radio episodes
have been the means of creating
admiration for the builders of the
At the beginning of the present
semester Mrs. Gamer's primary
class had one underweight and
two overweight pupils. These con-
e been corrected till
a eat hundred per
The third 'grade room, at geo
graphy time, often resembles a
remnant counter when the chil
dren are cutting and 'pasting small
pieces of cotton, linen, silk and
woolen fabrlos In their Clothing
Booklets. They take, delight in
finding pictures of wooley sheep
and cotton fields and rubber plan
tations even bringing pieces of old
inner tubes to make the booklet
more complete. A clothing story
is written for each chapter and
marked for penmanship, spelling,
and language form.
and Sam Taylor were directing a
scene In the story of love and
war, several extras were instruct
ed to stand in doorways and peer
out at Miss Talmadge, In a role
of a girl of the streets, as she
passed. King wanted a little man
in a big coat for one of the close
ups and none of the extras an
swered the requirements.
Chaplin, who happened to be
visiting the Talmadge set at the
United Artists studio that day,
was jokingly asked by King if he
wished to make a few extra dol
"Certainly!" replied Charlie
"Get me an overcoat and I'll do
the scene with Norma."
Miss Talmadge was not told,
and when the cameras follower
her as she walked along tht
street, peering Into the leeriny
faces of various men, she receiver
the shock of her life when she dis
covered one of them to be Charll.
At the end of the scene Mr
"Where's my $7.50!"
TAKES EXTRA ROLE
Charlie Chaplin worked as an
extra in Norma Talmadge's latest
picture. The Woman Disputed,"
which Is now on at the Elslnore
theater. And the world's most :
famous screen comedian received j
the same pay of the other extras, i
One day when Henry King :
Dr. Edith V. Witzel
Osteopathic Physician and Sur.
geon. specializes in diseases of
women and children
Office 428 Oregon Bldg.
Phons 778 ' Res. 991R
Office Phone 1640
O. W. EMMONS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
327-328 Oregon Bldg., Salem
General Practice of Law
. tt ft
385l Don't risk your
vision by neglect.
Have an examin
ation at least
every other year
1 iWtSLtTtfSSSsKii:t9fSi A
when CASEY'S Guaran
teed Rheumatic and Neuri
tis Remedy assures relief or
your money back! Purifies
the blood, reduces pain and
swelling, relieves high blood
pressure. $1.50 per bottle.
For Sale by Leading
mallows One Lb. 27c
Two Lbs. for 50c
These are put up in lb. boxes.
Don't forget to try our
Triple Malted Milk
Full of Vitamins
If it's made at Schaefer'a
it's the best in town
185 If. ComT. St. Phone 197
The Original Candy Special
Store of Salem.
SfiOS SttlK PriC
A Park Cemetery
with perpetual care
Just ten minutes from the
heart of town
City View Cemetery
Established 1803 Tel. 1206
Perpetual care, provided for
Tar TW diC !
ExwiaatWa Tt Wa ! yew
glMMS agate bntkax
110 N. Commercial St.
Copies of The Oregon Statesman of
Sunday, Sept. 2, 1928
as i?gi? 5ipsr
for the first five copies. Brine to the
1024 Ford Truck with length
ened chassis. Over-drive trans
mission, overload springs, steel
cab and stake body in fine con
dition for only $375.00
Te Bouse That Service Built"
First Church of Christ,
Announces a free lecture on Christian
Margaret Murney Glenn, C.S.B. of
Member of the Board of Lectureship
of The Mother Church, The First
Church of Christ, Scientist,
in Boston, Mass.
In the Christian Science Church
Corner of Chemeketa and Liberty Sts.
Monday evening, April 29
. at 8?00 o'clock.
The public is cordially invited to attend.
C. A. ELDRIEDGE, Dentist
in regard to your teeth. He will save you
money in all branches of high class Dentistry
Painless Extractions, with no bad after effects
Plate Work Guaranteed to Fit
or money refunded.
P YOU moo A look tout love licit til
day I005, tod at the tame time protect the
Arlirttr frrrure of voaf tkin from harmful
exposure, always use ooe of Dorothy Gry'i
special finishing preparatioos before going
oat-of-doon sod before applying powder
Dorothy Gray s Astrhtgimt Crtsm is s
fluffy, tubbing preparation for err or nor
mil Irin It rive tout coffiDlexion s
smooth, noe-grained appearance and holds
makc-ap softly sad subtly for long hours.
Dorothy Gray's Attrlmgmi LUm is the
Ideal finishing nrtpsrsaon for skim inclined
m he nilv. It leawt a Uht film of fritrant
powder on face and throat, checking the
kochcrsoms ihininns of aa ouy sua.
Dtrttby Ctmft txqmhit prtpormtion
The Capital Drug Store
J. H. wuieii
Agent In Salem for
The Owl Drug Co.
FREE MOTORCYCLE DELIVERY
Georgettes and taffetas are the import
ant materials for these dresses for the
big occasion. In white and lovely pastel
shades as yellow, orchid, light blues and
green . . . with lace and ribbon trim, big
Bertha collars, Buffen styles and pleats
and ruffles galore. Priced very moderately.
$ 11 250
These frocks in silk with all over lace, flowered chiffon,
flowered georgettes and plain color georgettes are unique
and distinctive in style. Some are low in back, some have
jackets with the ensemble effect, and frocka that are sleeve
less and with long sleeves. These frocks have just arrived
and are priced from
group, and the Miners dub.