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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Sonday Morning, May 19, 1929
Local News Briefs
Atteif" Marion Evrsnt A num
ber oak Salem people were, at
Narlotfiast night to attend the en
tertainment given in the commun
ity hall there. Music for the event
was directed by William Wright
of Salem, the male quartet of the
Presbyterian church here taking
a part. Included in the quartet are
Wright, J. D. Bates, E. A. Ken
ney and Fink Binner. Miss Helen
Benner was accompanist for all
musical numbers. Joseph Benner
gave a group of readings.
Visit In Amity Prof. E. S.
Hammond of Kimball School of
Theology and J. O. Russell of the
Mutual Life insurance company of
New Yotkwere in Amity Saturday
vnintr to attend initiation cere
monies held at the Amity lodge of
A. F. and A; M. They were accom
panied on the trip by Mrs. Russell
and Mr. and Mrs. William Ash,
1483 Summer street, who spent
the evening visiting at the home
of H. W. Torbet, cashier of the
Amity bank. Mr. Torbet is the fa
ther of Mrs. Russell and Mrs. Ash.
Speeder Fined John Beyerl.
330 Bellevue street, was fined ?5
in municipal court Saturday on a
charge of speeding, on which he
was arrested Friday night. The ar
resting officer also made a report
that Beyerl had violated the sec
tion of the traffic ordinance which
requires two hands on the steer
Returning Today i-Mrs. Clara
Pomeroy, Mrs. Minnie V. Duncan
and Carlotta Crowley, all of the
Salem school system, are expect
ed to return to Salem today after
spending ten days or so in south
ern Oregon and California points
on a tour of inspection and visita
tion of schools and colleges.
Hicks In Arizona-iT. M. Hicks,
president of the .TJnlon' Abstract
company, has rons ? to Phoenix,
Arizona, where he was called by
the serious illness of his brother,
Martin. Mr. Hicks plans to return
to Salem in another week or so.
Martin Hicks lived for' a number
c years on the old Hicks farm
f,..horshin Hleh Member-
and in the Salem Elks lodge are
the highest in the United States
Jor the size of the city. wk'""
liembprship is nearly 1200 whila
membership in the Elks lodge ap
Final Account Filed The final
account In the estate of Luella B.
Speaker was filed by Roy Bohan
non, administrator. Saturday.
Find It Here
View acre located south, will
finance building up to $500. Come
iu and see us and we will be glad
to tell you our plan 01 nnancini;.
W. II. Grabenhorst & Co., Real
tors. 134 S. Liberty street.
And repairing Giesa-Powers
Every night : B0 to 8 at tb!
Toullry Wanted. Fitts Market
216 N. Com'l. St. Phone 211.
For Used Cars See
Vick Brcs. High and Trade.
Tonltry Wanted. Fitts Market
216 N. Com'l. St. Phone 211.
Bnecial Fri. and Sat.
Flowers and bedding plants at
Salem's Petland, 273 State street.
Cleanup this week. White Leg
horns at $6 and $8 per hundred.
For Used Cars See
Vick Bros. High and Trade.
Poultry Wanted. Fitts Market
216 N. Com'l. St. Phone 211.
12 acres located souin. a; acres
In orchard, 7 acres hv ofs.and
veatch hay. New house, drilled
well. Will take part trade, price
14500.00. Int. 6 per cent. W. H.
Grabenhorst & Co., realtors. 134
S. Liberty street.
For Used Cars See-"-
Vick Bros. High and Trade.
Furnished Apartment House .
Income $90.00 per month, ren
tal ,50. Phone 1094.
JO nd 15 Cent Annuals
Also tomato, cabbage and cani
finvii nl&nts at Holders. 5 miles
south on Rosedale road.
Used Oars For Sale
Just received: "27 Chevrolet
cabriolet wonderful condition
$435; '27 Oldsmoblle Deluxe coupe
1625; 27 Ford coupe, Ruckstell.
extras worth $75, price $300; '26
Ford Tudor sedan, Ruckstell axle,
new tires, $300; '26 Ford road
ster, $19fi; '25 Chevrolet touring,
new' tires, $200.
Easv terms, open evening and
Sundays. Used Car Corner,
block west, Ladd Bush.
Have 20 Acres
6 miles from Grants Pass, value
$1000. Would like to trade for
small acreage near town or good
city property on which would be
willing to pay difference. Call
1020 Madison street.
Two and Three Room
Furnished apartments, also en
tire bouse, a good opportunity.
Three blocks from State and High.
5 acres located east close to
Swegle school, best of soil, will
finance building up to'$l00 and
sell on easy payment plan. If you
are looking for small acreage, let
us tell you of our plan. W. H.
Grabenhorst A Co., Realtors. 134
8. Liberty street.
Card of Thanks - .
We wish .to thank our many
friends for the beautiful floral of
ferings and expressions of sympa
thy h enr berevernentjFnr
Art Exhibit Monday An exhib
it of art and genera school work
will be held at the Salem Heights
community hall Monday night. Ex
cellent art work, including some
oil paintings, and the exhibit Is
a remarkable example of what can
be done In a rural school with
little equipment available for the
purpose. Each room has complet
ed a project in which the child
ren have shown intense Interest,
even to the extent of spending
many hours after school.
Smith Wins Suit A verdict for
$232 was. awarded David Smith,
local auto salesman, in circuit
court last week in a case brought
against the Fitzeerald-Sherwin
I Motor Car Co. Smith alleged that
he was owed $300 but a. counter
claim was set up by the defendant.
Fitzgerald alleged in the case that
several of the cars Smith was said
to have sold were in reality sold
Inspect Bnilding R. L. Ray-
burn, architect for the national
building board of the Y. M. C. A.
with headquarters in New York,
wa3 in Salem Saturday with Har
ry Stone and A. E. Larimer of the
Portland association. Inspecting
the local building. Mr. Rayburn
is touring the country checking
on the buildings designed by bis
Prospectus Issue Out The pro
spectus issue of the Chemeketan,
official publication of the Salem
hiking organization has come off
the press. It Is the ninth number
published since the forming of the
club in September. The last. issue
has 12 pages and carries five half
To Entertain Club Miss Elma
Xell of Willamette university has
been placed on the program of the
Salem Kiwanis club for next Tues
day noon. Miss Nell will give a
group of selected readings.
District Attorney Here Dis
trict Attorney Earl Nott and Mrs
Nott were both in Salem Saturday
on business. Mr. Nott has just
completed the May term of court
in Yamhill county.
Named . Guardian rercy E
Chance was named guardian of
Frances Ellen Chance and Frank
Rutlierford Chance by the county
court on Saturday. Both children
are heirs to the estate of Jheir
Cutout Is Used Orville Haye3
wa3 fined $2.50 Saturday in mu
nicipal court for driving an auto
mobile with the muffler cutout
Baldwin Fined C. L. Baldwin
was fined $10 in municipal court
Saturday on a charge of drunken
ness, on which he was arrested
Toble in City H. E. Tobie of
Stayton was a caller at the office
of the county school superinten
Brooks Man Here S. A. Har
ris, clerk of the school district at
Brooks, was a Salem business vis
Here From Marion L. H.
Ayres of the Marion district was
attending to business Interests in
this .city Saturday.
Here From Butteville G. W.
Ayres of Butteville was a business
visitor in Salem Saturday.
From Broadacres Jeanetta Ly
one, principal of the Broadacres
school, was a Salem business vis
BEAU 10 ELLIS TO
L. E. Bean, chairman of the
public service commission, and W.
P. Ellis, attorney, will leave here
next week for Washington, where
they will attend the interstate
commerce commission bearing In
connection with Oregon's propos-cross-state
The cross state railroad was in
cluded in the original application
of the public service commission
filed with the interstate commerce
commission several years ago
Other railroads proposed in the
application are now constructed or
The Southern Pacific company
has filed a protest against the pro
posed east and west railrjaad on
the grounds that the territory to
be tapped by the line a.' ready is
adequately served with transpor
To Speak Here
E. C. Sammons of Portland,
prominent in numerous industrial
and civic enterprises in that city,
will be the speaker at the lunch
eon of the Salem chamber of com
merce Monday. Hls subject will be
"Oregon as an Industrial State."
Mr. Sammons engaged In newspa
per work for ten years in Port
land, and in banking for 17 years.
He enlisted as a 'private in the
army at the outbreak of the world
war, and advanced to the rank of
Illahee Seeks To
Join New Merger
Taxpayers of the Illahee school
district have filed with the coun
ty school superintendent as secre
tary of the district boundary board
petitions asking that Illahee be al
lowed to call an election for the
purpose of consolidating with the
Snnnyside district.- Sunnyaide has
not yet petitioned for the change,
but as soon at petitions artTeceiv
Portland Firm to Haul 6000
Yards of Crushed Gravel
for County Court
Schlegelmllch & Deardoff of
Portland won contracts Saturday
morning in county court for the
hauling of 6000 yards of crushed
rock on the market road leading
from the Independence ferry to
ward the Ankeny hill.
On the former job the bid was
14Va cents for the first mile and
was graded to 13c on a 10-mile
basis, the bid being the' cost per
yard per mile for the hauling.
The bidders placed a charge of
16 cents on the first mile on the
Buena Vista ferry job and graded
this to 14 cents a mile on the 10
Thirteen bidders put In a re
quest for the work, the prices
ranging from 14 to 28 cents a
yard-mile. The court awarded the
contracts on the basis of the aver
age number of miles to be hauled
deciding that the Portland firm
offered the lowest net cost to the
Local Men Make
Deal For Pack
Oi Scio Plant
Acceptance t the offer of the
Baker, Kelly, McLaughlin com
pany of this city, to handle the
pack this season of the Scio can
ery, was accepted by the officers
of that group recently. The Sa
lem company offered to advance
four cents a pound for stemmed
Marshall strawberries barreled at
Scio, pay operating expenses and
remit 90 per cent of the anrount
received when the company here
disposes of the pack.
Funeral services for Catherine
Cassidy who died in this city May
17 will be held on Monday at 9:30
a.m. at St. Vincent de Paul's
church with Father Keenan in
charge. Interment in St. Barbara
cemetery. Arrangements in charge
of Salem Mortuary.
In this city May 18, Jessie May
King at the age of 16. Daughter
of Mr. and Mrs- Luther R. King
of Gold Beach, Oregon. Surviv
ed by the following: sisters, Syl
via, Anna and Frances; brothers,
Charlie and James, all of Gold
Beach. Funeral Monday at Mar
ion under the direction of Rigdon
At the family home near Turn
er. Friday evening, May 17, Mel
vin Thomas Miller at the age of
56 years. Survived by his widow,
Mrs. Stella Miller; two sisters,
Mrs. Fiien Quesnel, and Mrs. Nan
nie Duncan of Los Angeles, Cali
fornia; and two brothers: Joseph
R. Miller, Stayton; and A. J. Mill
er, Turner. Funeral services Tues
day at 1:30 p.m. at Rigdon's
Chapel. Interment Twin Oaks
J. W. Phenicie, died at the fam
ily home, 54 5 South 17th street,
May 17, at the ago of 68 years.
Survived by hi widow, Daisy
Phenicie, and one daughter, Doris
Phenicie. Funeral services Mon
day afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at
Rigdon's mortuary with Rev. F.
C. Taylor officiating. Interment
Belcrest Memorial park.
Mrs. Mary Ellen Eoff died Sat
urday morning at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. P. J. Hibler, 795
North Church street. She is sur
vived by the following children:
Mrs. E. P. Miles. Olympia, Wash
ington; O. L. Eoff, Shelton, Wash
ington; M. R. Eoff, Yakima,
Washington; H. T. Eoff, Indepen
dence; J. C. Doff and Mrs. G. E.
Hayes of Los Angeles; Mrs. C.
Hartley, or Corvallis; and Mrs.
Robert Paulus and Mrs. P. J. Hib
ler of Salem; also two brothers,
Samuel Waterbury, Hood River;
and James Waterbury, Canyon
City, Oregon. Christian Science
services MonCay morning at 10:30
o'clock at Rigdon and Son's Mor
tuary. City View Cemetery
Established 1893 Tel. 1266
Perpetual care provided for
A Park Cemetery
with perpetual care
Just ten minutes from
heart of town
We will call for any amount
of Junk yon have and pay
full Cash Value on sacks,
rags, paper, metal, etc.
CAPITOL JUNK CO.
. H. STKINBOCK, Prop.
': Telephone 898 v.
0 A ROCK
The Gray Belle
See our menu page 4.
Special BaJter Spring Chicken
raea spring cnicxen dinner
served all day at the Spa.
For Dinner This Evening
Special Sunday dinner $1.00 at
the Marion hotel today.
Special Chicken Dinner
At the White House Restaurant
12:00 to 9:00.
Special Chicken Dinner 50c
At the New Argola, 222 N.
Special Chicken Dinner .
60c and 75c at O'Leary's.
Rabbit, Fried Spring Chicken
And Chicken Dinners at State
Cafeteria. Open all day today.
Snnday Chicken Dinner
At the Home Restaurant, 50c.
Delicious home made pie. -
Cpffey's Cafe Open All Day
143 South Liberty.
Hotel Argo Dining Room
Chicken dinner today.
I M. C. I. TESTS
Leaders' tests sent out by the
national council of the Y. M. C.
A. have been passed by eight boys
of the Salem association, it was
announced Friday by "Bob"
Boardman, physical director. Jun
ior leaders in every association
take the tests.
Boys passing the tests are
George Tibbetts, Harry Masher,
Leroy Rickey, Don Magee, Frank
Tibbetts, Phil Brownell, Bob Yea
ger and David Collier. The sub
jects cvered by the exams are
religius education, physical ed
ucation, leadership ability, execu
tion skill, general ability and at
tendance.. Written papers are
handed in In tne first two.
The Medford Fairway Heights,
with headquarters at Medford
and capital stock of $25,000, has
filed articles In the state corpor
H. and M. Manufacturing com
pany, Portland, $5000; Albert T.
Hawes, S. L. Hauser and Carl A.
Newberg Truck Lines, Inc.,
Newberg, $24,000; J. L. Parker,
J. A. Jossy and R. P. Gill.
Taken As Forger
John Breitenstein of Sublimity
was arrested on a charge of forg
ery Saturday by Officer Nicholson
of the local police force, after
Breitenstein had attempted to cash
a check for si 8 at the Star Ex
change. He was reported also to
have passed worthless checks at
other local stores.
Protect yourself against Auto
and Travel accidents with a $1 in
surance policy issued by The Ore
Dr. Edith V. Witzel
Osteopathic Physician and Sur
geon, specializes in diseases of
women and children
Office 428 Oregon Bldg.
Phone 778 Res. 991R
Office Phone 1640
O. W. EMMONS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
327-328 Oregon Bldg., Salem
General Practice of Law
Hear and See it
Before yon Buy
175 So. High
When the family get Ice
Cream hungry take them to
Schaefer's Drug Stora
They -will be more than
Schaefer's Triple Waited
Milk at 20c is the greatest
drink value in Salem. Try
it for lunch today at
1SS IT. ComX St Phone 17
The Oriciaal Caady Bpectel
EIGHT BOYS PASS
Mrs. F. W. Turner Passes at
Age of 43;. Four Chil
FAIRVIEW, May 18 (Special)
The community was deeply
shocked by the death Tuesday of
Mrs. F. W. Turner.
Eva Rose 11a Cullen was born
April 23, 188S In Junieta, Nebras
ka. She became a member of the
Methodist church of Junieta while
a small child and was an active
worker in the church throughout
her life. Her early education was
received at Junieta, she graduat
ed from Monmouth, Ore. Normal
school and did post-graduate work
Peru normal, also attended Wes
lyan college. She engaged in teach,
ing and was for seven years prin
cipal of the Prosser, Nebraska
She was married to F. W. Tur
ner at Yamhill, Oregon, Septem
ber 4, 1910. To this union were
born four children, Frank, Eileen,
Margaret and Mina all of whom
are at home.
In later years Mrs. Turner was
active in county W. C. T. U. work
and the League of Women Vot
ers. She was state chairman of
the Americanization department
of the Federated Women's clubs
of Nebraska and resigned that of
fice to come to Oregon in Septem
Mrs. Turner was an active mem
ber of the Fairview Community
club, official pianist and song
leader. She was an untiring work
er in the community and will be
greatly missed by all her associates-.
Of her family, her parents
Matthew and Martha Cullen and
one sister Maude are deceased.
Two brothers, Ambrose R., of
Kenesaw, Nebr., and Wallace W.
of New Orleans, La., her husband
and four children survive.
Hundreds of "our
p a t r o ns have
found our service
to be prompt, ac
curate and reas
onable in cost.
$8.50 and $10.00 Value
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t'l.J.g.gjm .Jl. Jiipi.i.LkB imi..i)iij.iiWuJL1, nunn ukuliu i mm i i 1 1 1 i ' ' nw -mm iZ, iipph m
therefore, means the largest measure of quality supplied II
( ( ) w for a given price, and this, folk, is what you'll find in this ,
tew Lyf" fc group of Walkover Shoes, Straps, Ties, Pumps and Ox- 1
ry fords in all the new Spring shades and in all sizes. I I
The famous WTalk Over,
Princess Pat and Relief last,
Brown and Black Kid Oxfords
now prices below wholesale or
replacement price. You'll simply be
surprised at the Wonderful style and
ftvfnrds. Thincr. Folk.
rf Rnvinsr these hieh erade Walk Over ii
Oxfords for only
White kid Graduation Ties or Pumps
These excentional crood looking White Kid Shoes, specially
r ).. w.ib r?irtnaf o e-nn
are wise enough to buy now. Vomen who will soon be looking for hot &C OC
weather footwear will find these Ties and Pumps an exceptional value, atr? vrUcr
jJSimallfitfsr Fttoyeai? Atfc
Women's and Misses
Straps, Ties & Oxfords
One Bis Lot of Women's and Misses
High Grade Shoes. Ia light Shades,
Including the Black, In all widths
and sixes. An exceptional value la
Iflne Soft Kid, and Calf Leather. In
Low or Cuban Heels, Values to fSO,
$3.45 $3.95 .
SALEM FOLK GREET
Once every two and a half years
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Haley, 455
North 24 th street, prepare for a
special occasion. Today another
two and a half years are up, which
means they will welcome Jack
Norton and Lucile Haley, Orpheum
Circuit team, for a day's visit. Lu
cile Haley is the, daughter of W.
S. Haley and the wife of Jack
Norton with whom she is paired
on the stage as well as off. The
actors play on the west coast ev
ery two and a half years, and are
on the coast now. Jack and Lu
cile will stop in Salem today while
jumping from Seattle to San Fran
cisco. While on the stage they
appear in & vaudeville skit, "May
be I'm Wrong."" They have Just
finished appearing in New York.
Your Statesman carrier is a lit
tle merchant. He is charged for
all the papery he delivers. Failure
of a subscriber to pay is loss to
1026 Dodge Graham 2-ton
track. Heavy duty dual tires,
dual transmission, re-inforced
frame, steel cab. In good condi
tion and ready to work. Priced
at a bargain.
The House That Service Built"
We will be glad to go to
your place and pay the
full value. We want
Rags, Paper, Metal, Etc
820 IT. Commercial St.
Saffron & Kline
JFo DR WILE
Prices For the Lasi
Positively the most drastic Shoe Selling
event in the history of Salem. An oppor
tunity to buy the finest footwear at ter
rific sacrifices in prices. We have gone
over the entire stock and made the last
and final cut, absolutely no reserves, all
going the bargain way.
$10.00 and 11.00 Women's Walkover Shoes
cut to $7.95
WHAT IS BACK OF PRICE? Prices of themselves don't mean
Value they must be weighed against QUALITY. Value,
therefore, means the largest measure of quality supplied
for a given price, and this, folk, is what you'll find in this
group of Walkover Shoes, Straps, Ties, Pumps and Ox
fords in an the
Our last and
now h hnnirht at PTeat savin
w Vac f" I ru-
A VI (L w as
Men's Walk Over Oxfords In
medium or broad toe. Black or
Light and Dark Tan Shades, all
sizes. Kid or Calf Leather.
Solid Goodyear Welt soles, and
the new Spring styles. Values
np to $10.00. Special close out
Dr. J. H. Rosenberg of Prine
ville Saturday was reappointed by
Governor Patterson a member of
health. Dr. George E. Houck of
Roseburg was appointed a mem
ber of the board to succeed Dr. E.
B. Pickle of Medford, who has
resigned. Dr. Houck formerly
served on the board.
Asylum Inmate Is
Again At Liberty
Wilton G. , Brown who was re
ceived at the Oregon state hos
Who Does Your Tonsorial Work?
Does he know what's wrong with your hair when too dry or
too oily? See Andy at
Andy's Barber Shop
Hair cutting or Bobbing. 2 5c. Children 25c
We specialize in Ladies Hair Cutting, satifaction is our Motto
Andy, The Wind Blown Expert
182 SOUTH HIGH NEXT TO ELSIXORE THEATRE
1 Y &k SV1
Makes it unnecessary
Come Take Advantage of this Liberal
Cash o rCredil My Prices are the Same
Free Extractions with Plate or
DR. ELDRIEDGE, Dentist
303 State St.
new spring shades and in all
final cut on these $10.00 and
" ii'. 'i
Novelty Dress Shoes
Shoes were never so important and never so attractive
they are this season. When women see these
Novelty Dress Pumps and Straps they will
be tempted to buy several pair... Black
cr. if VOU
pital here in 1924 from Multno
mah county, has escaped from
the parole ward of the institution.
Attendants said he probably would
make an effort to return to Tort
land. The officers there have
HAZEL GREEN. May IS The
Fat Rabbit club will meet at W. G.
Davis borne May 24.
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Zclinski and
children Louis Quentin and Helen
were guests at a wedding dinner
at Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Schnider
given for Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Desh of Portland. Mrs. Desh is sis
ter of Mrs. Schnider and has work
ed for Mrs. B. C. Zelinski.
Mr. James Luckey is spending
some time at Soldiers! Home at
for want of ready cash
My New Credit System
Established May 15, 1929
new Light Spring Shades
all sizes. Bought to sell up to
$10.00. Our extra spe
cial close out prices.
Salem, Ore. II
Boys' Dress Oxfords
Boys, listen. We have not forgotten
jam In oar footwear offering. These
qnallty Oxfords are made Jn the
same style that Daddy wears and
the quality and style are the at
standing feature of these Oxfords.