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The New OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Thursday Horning, May 9, 1929
Local News Briefs
Select Cup Winner The 1929
Tinner for tbe Dr. Henry E. Mor
ris cup for the most outstanding
student in the commercial depart
ment of the high school, was se
lected at a meeting of the com
mercial faculty Wednesday after
boon, but name of the recipient is
being withheld until the student
assembly Friday morning. A girl
S the winner. The cup was first
gjlvea last year. It Is swarded by
D?.. Morris to the student out
standing in scholarship, initiative
and leadership. The student must
be active in the work of tbe junior
chamber of commerce. (
; ifeaslea Still In lal Thirty
nine ease of communicable dis.
ease were reported in Marion
county for the week ending' Msy
4. according to tbe weekly bulle
tin of the state department of
health Just issued. Of this total.
24 eases were measles, which also
holds the lead in the state, with
Zi cases. 98 of which are in
Portland. Other diseases reported
la this county include tuberculosis.
ix cases: pneumonia, chicken pox
and scarlet fever, one each;
mumps, four; and spox. two.
. jRospttal Aided Tbe Els In ore
theatre management will turn, ov
er five per cent of next Sunday's
receipts to the hospital auxiliary
for use- in hospital work, and the
Capitol theatre raangement will
make a like contribution out of
Monday's receipts, tt was announc
ed at the Rotary club luncheon
Wednesday by W. H. Dancy. who
urged the members to assist the
'program by patronizing the the.
atres on these two days.
Beethoven dnt Entertains
The Beethoven elub of Willamette
university presented the chapel
'eroaram 'Wednesday. Miss Grace
Henderson played "Hungarian
&v MacDowell: Katherlne Everett
"ang "My Desire." by Nevln; Doris
Corbin played the first movement
of "Sonata Pathetlque.
Receives New Book Principal
J. C. Nelson of the senior high
school has received a copy of "A
Spring Flora of Northwestern Ore
gon." by Helen M. GSlkey which
will be used in the high school as
a botany text until Prof. Morton
E. Peck's new book Is published.
Added to Ust E. J. Becklery.
proprietor of the Bush Creek dairy
has been added to the list or pro
ducer? who are now relivering
milk of grade A quality, reports
J. E. Blinkhorn. county dairy and
To Attend Exposition Ten Sa
lem high seniors, members of the
superior English class, and their
teacher. Miss Leah Ross, will be
on the Reed college campus Fri
day to attend the educational ex
position which has been arranged
for high school seniors of the
state. Students who will go In
clude: Katheiine . Lsughrldge.
Br en da Savage. Beatrice Cernlk,
Maxeelle Remytt, Dorothy Payne
Carl Gross, Rufua Franz. James
Helzel. Marvin Byers and Edwin
Conferences May 20-25-JO. D
Adams, director of the federal vo
cational education department for
Oregon, has written superinten
dent George W. Hup: requesting
that the three Salem teachers em
ployed in Smith-Hughe work be
granted leave to attend the an
nual Smith-Hughes workers' con
ference in Portland May 20 to 25.
Mrs. Lillian S. Van Loan. E. E.
Bergman and Floyd Siegmund are
in that work here. The letter com
mends especially Mrs. Van Loan's
work as director o" the part time
Band to Portia! Forty-seven
members of the Salem high school
band and their director, Prof. O.
P. Thayer, will leave Saturday
morning for Portland to enter the
state band tournament. Two bass
es will be chartered for the trip.
which has been made possible
through the generosity of D. B.
Jarman who gave the band a gen
ereus check for expenses. Jar-
man will give the band boys a
banquet in Portland Saturday
Taking Charge Classes Em -
mett Morarity, senior commercial
student, will conduct the commer
cial classes of Mrs. Bernlce Dun
can while she is in Portland,
where she and her sister, Mrs.
Lillian Tan Lean, were summoned
Wednesday by the death of their
father. Mrs. A. L. Wallace will be
secured to take charge of Mrs.
Van Loan's part time continuation
Repairs Planned Daniel Nel
son took eut a permit Wednesday
to repair a dwelling at 2055 North
Commercial street at a cost of
Two Speeders Hekl J. R
Kuiphton of Albany was arrested
In Salem Tuesday nijrht on a
charge of speeding. He posted $10
bail. Arnold Koffel. 1890 North
Commercial street, was arrested
on a similar charge, and paid a lAnderson and Mrs. O
17 50 fine in municipal courts
Elected 6 Portland Miss Ila
Comstock. Latin teacher for the
past three years a t the high
school here, and Desmond Fulp.
manual training teatfher at Par
rish, were recently elected to posi
tions in the Portland school sys
tem for the coming year.
Louisa Hyland. 78. died Tues
day night at her home, 843 Mar
ket street. She is survived by two
sons, Fred and Charles. Salem;
and three daughters: Mrs. J. A.
of Junction City; and Mrs. Swift
of Vaughn. Oregon; also two sis
ters: Mrs. James Johns, Boise,
Idaho; and Mrs. Murray Swerln
en of Hillsboro; and 11 grand
children; and 10 great grandchild
ren. Remains in care of Clough
Huston's Mortuary. Funeral an
Denies Assertion) Denial of tbe
complaint made by Cameroa C.
Butte against the Southern Pacif
ic Motor Transport Co., and E. 8-
Coates. is made by the Espee com
pany In Its answer filed In circuit
court Tuesday. The transportation
company holds that Coatea was to
blame, if anyone could be held re
sponsible, for an accident Involv
ing the plaintiff, Butte. The acci
dent occurred at State and Liberty
streets when Butte, alightiag from
an Espee bus, was struck by a car
driven by Coates, who was pass
ing to the right of the bus.
Denies 0ebt Denial that their
firm is Indebted to the Willamette
Loan Co. Is made by the Skaggs
Safeway organisation In a reply
filed in circuit court Tuesday by
that firm which maintains that a
claim of I77.7S due the Martin
Advertising agency was gnaran-
isheed by the firm of Frank Jas-
kowski and Son, whereupon
Skaggs paid the bill to them. No
notice was served oa the business
firm, the answer sets forth, that
the Martin agency had assigned its
claim to the Willamette Loaa Co.
Estate Appraised The estate
of Edna Schapp, deceased, baa
been appraised at $500 according
to a report filed Tuesday In conn
ty court. The principal asset con
sists of radio stock numbering LB
shares which have a par value of
five dollars a share but which are
estimated to bo worth $500 on the
market now. Mary M. Schaap Is
the administrator of the estate
and Its aspralsors are V. J. Kreh-
blel, Claad Rsmsden and C. I.
Wants Property Divided Re
quest that the cash residue la the
estate of Amanda Guttry. deceas
ed, be divided between the three
heirs of Mrs. Guttry was made
and granted In probate court Wed
nesday by counsel for the estate.
Fifteen hundred dolars In cash
goes to the three heirs or to thetr
guardians. The heirs tore Alva
Hugh Guttry. Fannie May Millard
and Theodocia Bachmeier.
8eeks Position Miss Katherlne
M. Hirschbahl of Portland was la
Salem Wednesday to confer with
Superintendent George W. Hug
relative to a teaching position, in
the Salem schools. She is a gxad
uate of the University of Wash
lngton and has recently studied
two terms at the Oregon Normal
Visits From Corvallis Miss
Elizabeth Vance, senior in home
economics at Oregon State college,
was a W ednesday visitor at the of
fice of the city school superinten
dent. Miss Vance is a daughter of
Professor Vance of the college
school of commerce and 13 seek
ing a teaching position here.
Little Excitement Shown at
Salem High on Eve of
With nominations for student
body offices scheduled to take
place Friday morning, tbe polit
ical situation- at the high school
has so far failed to create much
of a stir. Even, students hare not
developed any amonut of spirit
So fsr Richard Baker and Joe
King have been mentioned as
presidential possibilities with the
former a general favorite. It re
mains to be seen whether both
names will be placed in nomina
tion or whether other candidates
will appear. Both boys have been
prominent In school work. Baker
is president of his class this year.
officer in the Latin club, member
of Snikpoh dramatic society and
has participated generally 1 n
school activities. He is a Junior.
Joe King, also a junior, has made
his record mostly in the athletic
sphere and will poll most of the
athletic rote, should he come up
Besides the presidency, the ed
itorships of the Clarion newspa
per and Clarion annual usually
bring forth considerable eompetl
tlon. Students who have interest
ed themselves enough in the elec
tion to draw up a ticket will place
David Eyre in the running for the
Clarion newspaper post and, Mar
garet Heltzsl for the yearbook
lob. Both these students have
done considerable high school
journalistic work. Robert A n
thony will go up on the same tick
et as manager of the paper and
Harlan Boals as business manager
of the annual. While .other names
have not been mentioned promln
ently for these posts, other eandl
dates are expected to develop Fri
Student body secretary, vice-
president, song leader, yell king,
secretary and athletic manager are
among the other offices to which
students will be nominated.
WEST SALEM CLUB
State College and University
of Oregon Will Assist,
Organisation of tbe stream pol
lution commission of Oregon un
der the supervision of the state
board of health, was furthered at
a meeting la Portland Saturday.
reports Fred A. Williams, city at
torney of Salem, who attended as
one of the representatives of the
Oregon league of Cities.
It was determined that Oregon
State College representatives on
the commission should have
charge of examinations of the wat
ers to be studied; this will Include
physical, chemical and bactero-
loglcal examinations. The state col
lege members will also study the
effects of stream polutlon oa wa
ter for domestic and industrial
use, bathing, boating and camp
The representatives of the Unl
versity of Oregon will study the
legislative side; state laws, exist
ing and needed, in the matter of
sanitary and Industrial wastes.
and municipal ordinances, pro hi
bitory sad with relation to the
buUding and maintenance of sew
age disposal plants. The financial
problems will also be studied by
Control of stream pollution
both the establishment of sewage
disposal plants and elimination of
industrial wastes, will be the ape.
cial study of the League of Ore
gon Cities representatives.
Lewis Sc Dalin. Inc., with head
quarters in Portland and capital
stock of $20.t00. has been incor
porated by A. G. Lewis. W. G. Da
lin and Chalmers Hall.
Other articles filed in the state
corporation department today follow:
Helser Brothers Transfer com
pany. Portland. $1000; Emma M.
Helser. Marnall Raymond Helser,
Beacon Grocery Stores. Inc.
Michigan corporation. $10,000;
permit issued to operate in Ore
gon. Notice of dissolution filed by
Auto Rebullders, Inc.
Chamber of Commerce Gets
Word From Station
appointed again as local chairman
I in charge of the contest, "
Last year the young men's coa
test was won by James W. Jenks
of Albany, and the girls' contest
by Eleanor Moore of Salem. Win
ners here are eligible to compete
in the state wide contest, tbe en
tries singing over radio KGW. The
state champions compete la the
'sites Cummings Stag Miss
Lucille Cummings was the vocal
soloist at the Rotary club lunch
" eon Wednesday, her appearance
being in connection with music
' week. Miss Lois Plummer played
Plan IiwpcetlotwrTrij J- E.
Blinkhorn, county dairy and food
inspector, will conduct the pupils
of the Salem Heights seventh and
' eighth grades on a trip through
the Capitol Dairies this morning.
Society To Meet The Mission
ary society of the First Baptist
church will meet Friday. May 10.
' at the home of Mrs. Addle M.Mc
key. 691 Highland avenue.
3 Health CHlc Today A clinic
for pre-school children will be held
this afternoon at the Gervais
health center. It is announced
from the child health demonstra
Ttnil1 Dwelling E. V. Elfstron
rMeiTed a permit at the build
ing inspector's office Wednesday
to erect a dweiimg at nerry
street at a cost of $2000.
Dwelling Repaired Florence E.
TVlh received a permit veanen
day to repair a dwelling at 1957
Sarlnaw street at a cost of $500.
j. R. Smith has the contract.
Matilda Ann Kessel died Wed
nesday morning at the home of
her daughter. Mrs. Charles N.
Hathaway in West Salem at the
age of 73 years. She is sur
vived by three daughters: Mrs.
Hathaway and Mrs. Charles Phil
lips, of West Salem: and Mrs. Net
tie W. Wicker of Westfield, In
diana; two sons: Guy Kessel of
Kansas City, Missouri; and B. F.
Dickson, of Illinois. Remains in
care of Clough Huston's mortuary-
Funeral announcements later.
Katie Welghtman died at the
residence, 705 North High street
May 8, at the age of 66 years.
Besides her husband, Don Weight-
man, she is survived by three
daughters: Mrs. W. W. Bond. Se
attle; Mrs. F. L. Worden, Mis
soula. Montana; and Mrs. N. F.
Faldman. Poison. Montana; also
her mother, Mrs. Anne Stilwell of
Salem. Remains shipped to Seattle
by Clough-Huston,'s for funeral
services and interment.
Find It Here
Everr nicht : to t at Ui
' Poultry Wanted. Fltta Market
216 N. Com'l. St. Phone 211.
" 'Thorns Bros. Mellow Moon
Every Wed. and Saturday.
' Poeltry Wanted. Firts Market
216 N. Com'l. St. Phone 211.
r Rummage Sale Friday and Sat.
Ksfoury's old locstton. si. mon
";Dd Time Dance Crystal Garden
Every Wed. and Sat. night.
'' Get Mother a Trained St.
AnHrbrr Roller. The can
try with a college education. New
stock of cages, saiem s reus no.
' PWtry Wanted. Fltta Market
216 N. Com'L St. Phone 211-
" SMortment of Plants
And flowers for Mother's Day
,: Salem's Petland.
' Opening Dance Kent! Hall Sat.
ay,ll. New Collegiate band.
' c,i.i TEltUA Leghorn
Chicks. Hatchery cleanup at C
''and $8 per hundred, saienra ret
v r.-i. Vnr Onenln Date -
Thrift Way Cash Cleaners.
TtoHa Glassware . '
Is always acceptable. Large se
lection In our giftry. Pomeroy ft
Seeking Correspondents The
northwest council of the Y. M.
C. A. Is seeking corresponding
members in each town in the Sa
lem area to inform the council of
all young men going to large cit
ies. Aiding the men in finding em
ployment and making acquain
tances is the aim of the council.
"V" Board to Meet Reports
of activities for April will be
heard at the regular meeting of
the board of directors of the Y.
M. C. A. at noon today. A re
placement for Byron Wright on
the board will be chosen.
Moore Pays Fine Kelly Moore
was fined $2.50 in municipal court
Wednesday for driving an auto
mobile without a muffler.
Speeder Fined Thomas P.
Sherlock of Portland was fined
5 in municipal court Wednesday
on a charge of speeding.
Visits in Portland Mrs. A. L.
Wallace was a Portland visitor
Wednesday, going to be in attend
ance at a funeral.
Starr Is Visitor C. I. Starr, of
Portland was a guest of Governor
Patterson at the Rotary club
Corvallis Mm Here Clayton
Long of Corvallis was in Salem
Wednesday and was a guest at tha
Rotary club luncheon.
From West Stayton Mrs. Min
nie Dickman of West Stayton wi
a business visitor in Salem Wednesday.
Sloe u in
William Slocum, 43, died May S
at the U. S. Veterans' hospital in
Portland. Survived by his mother,
Mrs. John Paris, his brother John
and sister. Mrs. E. Weaver, all of
Salem: also a sister, Mrs. Edith
Warnke of Portlsnd. Member Cap
ital Post No. 9, American Legion.
Funeral services Friday afternoon
at 3 o'clock at the Clough-Huston
chapel. Burial at Maeleay cem
WEST SALEM, May 8. Mr.
and Mrs. Conrad Fox and daugh
ter Eleanor Virginia, were Sunday
dinner guests of the Peter Schlltt
home of Salem.
The community club of West
Salem will sponsor a musical pro
gram Thursday evening in the
Albert Draper was a Sunday
dinner guest of . the Conrad Fox
home of McNary avenue.
Wendell Sebern who has been
ill the past week is slowly recovering.
Total appropriations made by
the 35th legislative assembly, not
including fixed millage tax items
annual and continuing appropria
tions, aggregated $7,878,528.78.
according to a statement prepared
by thesecretary of state in reply
to requests received from the state
Recommendations for appro
priations in the amount of $7.
003, 972.15 were submitted to the
legislature by Patterson. Net ap
propriations of the governor ap
provde by the legislature totalled
$6,957,977.33. Additional appro
priations approved by the legis
lature aggregated $1,012,451.46.
The governor vetoed appropria
tions of $91,900.
Net total appropriations in ad
dition to the amount recommend
ed by the governor was $920,551.
Will Speak To
Clarence Noble, owner of the
Skyline orchards south of town.
will speak before the Salem Zonta
club at its next meeting May 14.
It was decided at the regular
weekly meeting of the club held
at the Spa Tuesday noon. Mrs.
Ora F. Melntyre. first vice-president,
presided in the absence of
Mrs. Ella Sehalts Wilson, presi
Routine matters snd a study of
the constitution and by-laws under
direction of Mrs. Winnie Petty
jo ha occupiad the attention of the
dub at the Tuesday meeting. The
next meeting will be the first
meeting at which a speaker will
appear since the club was organ
ised several weeks ago. The Zonta
club is a woman's service organ
Our glasses are
Finest turic read
ing lenses only
We will examine
your eyes with
out charge or obligation.
Tha Salem chamber of com
merce has received a letter from
Paul R. Heitmeyer, manager of
the Oregonian radio station KGW.
announcing that the Atwater Kent
audition contest program Is be
ing arranged and that the local
contests will be held between May
Is and June 15, Instead of later
in the year as has been the rule
in the two previous years that the
contest has been held. This change
was decided upon in order to elim
inate the last minute rush and
confusion which has occurred in
The contest to be held in. Sa
lem this year will be limited
strictly to entries from Salem and
Marion county, it was snnounced.
The date has not yet beea set. En
try blanks may be obtained at the
chamber of commerce rooms.
Mrs. Walter A. Denton has been
1027 pDntiac Sedea New Tires,
S "T. r0".!" $550.00
1023 Overland Chanpion
All ready 01 OA fiA
to go .......
Many to Choose from
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That Service Belli"
k u. s rx oa.
The Qhamfagne of Qinger AUs
Latin Club Will
Hold Its Annual
The Latin club of tha senior
high school will hold its annual
spring picnic at Hazel Green after
school Tuesday, May 14. it was de
cided Wednesday. Miss Laura V.
Hale, head of the Latin depart
ment, is advisor to the elub and
Gertrude Winslow and Richard
Baker are being assisted in gen
eral arrangements for the picnic
by Blanche Reese and Evelyn
Cummings. Three busses will be
chartered for the trip. The club
membership includes nearly 100
A Park Cemetery
with perpetual care
Jast ten minu.ea'Troa3 the
heart df toww - -
City View Cemetery
Established 189S TeL 120
Perpetual care provided for
The Aristocracy of
You are invited to Schaefer's
We will appreciate a visit from
rriple Malted Milk
Full of vitamins
ISA X. ComT. St. Ftwae lt7
The Odgimal Caady Special
LLOTD X. KIGDOX, IXgl,
We will be clad to ro to
your place and pay the
fuQ value. We want
Bags, Paper, Metal, Etc.
If. Commercial St.
. Fhose 409
Saffron A Kline
Witboat operation or loss of tin.
329 Orefon Slag.
Si tl B ' "
We grind and repair lawn mowers and guarantee S
EWkIU -,J. 1 e buy and sell mowers a
n phone 330 or leave your mower at the Crease Spot I
I H. Belker 1 I B
Farm AUCTION r - --- 7"
Next Friday, May 10
at-1 p.m., M mile east of
Marlon on the Stayton and
Moron road. See hills for
H. F. Woodry
TeL 75, 271 N. Com'L St.
The Com'L St. Woodry's
Cash paid for Used Furniture
See as Personally for your
farm and auction sales.
Sales are guaranteed
The Aristocrat .
a , t with a tone and volume that ig
1. tUeords ktop pUying awfomf irafly
2. AngU winding htjUtUmtiy detochmbU
S. AD, tmeud worldng pmrU goU-pUfd
4. CaMtei drmwn, tempered Heel '
f n Jjafi hi iffrfa
Victrola Model 2-55, 8
AN IDEAL instrument for the small home. Mar
veloae -rolnnio lond enough for a group of
dancers. Outside eorerma; of handsome leather
finished fabric. OrthopDeule-type Sound-box.
Let us show jem iid greet mew FartMm. Yotf
mnst see It hear It play to appreciate its von
dcrfulralite. Com in today!
May 9, 1 :30 p.m.
1393 Center St.
Comer of 14th & Center
Comprising of a lot of good
used Furniture, some new.
All to be sold without re
serve. Being the complete furnish
ings of six rooms. Be sure
and attend this sale.
Mrs. J. Sumnirm and
Mrs. Trinrbrrr, owners.
H. F. Woodry
. ARE THE
271 N. Coral. St.
The Commercial St.
ALL Mothers' Day
gifts purchased at
Shipley's will be packed in
embossed 'Mother's Day
boxes without any extra
Do Net sign this if jom are a Present Sebserfber, as
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