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OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon, Snnday Morning, December 22, 1929
Local News Briefs
Former Resident Dies Mrs.
Adeline Electra Starr, age 87. res
ident of Salem from 1907 to 1913,
died Friday In Portland at the
home of her son, C. L. Starr. Fu
neral services -will be held from
Dallas, but the time has not been
set. Mrs. Starr was a native ot
New York. She became the -wife
of James P. Starr February 22,
1863. They located in California
In 1870, moving to near Dayton
In 1877. She lived in Yamhill
and Polk counties until 1907
when she moved to Salem. She
bad been in Portland since 1913,
or after the dath of her husband.
A. Starr and Mrs. George T. Rich
mond, both of Dallas, and H. E.
Starr of Corvallis are also chil
dren. Woman to cook. Call 2453.
Edward Barbeau Dies Fun
eral services for Edward Barbeau,
brother of Chester Barbeau of Sa
lem, will be held this afternoon at
2 o'clock in Vancouver, Wash
where he resided. Barbeau was
42 years old. He was a World
war veteran. serviDg overseas
with the 26th engineer corps.
Death was traceable to his having
been gassed in France. Five
brothers and his mother survive,
Gas Store Open Nights To ac
commodate those who cannot
shop during the day. the gas dis
play rooms at 13 'S. High will
be open evenings 'till Christmas.
Holiday Lessons Clinics The
holiday season and the fact that
schools over :he county will be
closed, are responsible fora re
duced clinic schedule this week
for the Marion county child
health demonstration; staff mem
bers. A few pre-school clinics
will be held and the usual Satur
day morning toxin-antitoxin clin
ic will be held.
Life insurance annunity service.
Tel. 664, Paul II. Acton.
Anion;; Returning Students
Among the Salem students attend
ing college away from the city,
T he are here for the holidays are
Jiiss Margaret Ulrich, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ulrich, and
-Miss Edith May Jenks. daughter
ft W. T. Jenks. Miss Ulrich is at
O. S. C, and Miss Jenks at Lin
1930 Calendars free. Homer H.
cuiiui ins. Agcj. uver .ui'iei s.
Want used furniture. Tel. 611.
Visits Relatives Here Bess
Jones, who is teaching school this
yar at Gold Beach, has arrived
in alem to spend the holiday sea
sen, and was visiting old friends
at the Y. WT. C. A. yesterday. She
lived at that place last summer.
The holidays will be spent with
itlatives in and around Salem.
Get your Eveready Prestone Ann-Freeze
at Capital Motors Co.,
Inc. 350 N. High street.
Pcmbcrtons Coming Mr. and
Mrs. H. Earl Pemberton, of Twisp,
Wash., where be is superintendent
of schools, will arrive today to
snend tho Chrlotmaa vacation at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Bohrnstedt.
$3.60 rayon striped thirts, gpe
ial 12.45 in gift boxes at G. W.
Johrson & Co.
Mrs. Simpson Here Mrs. D.
Gordon Simpson, who is teaching
.at the Center View school near
Filverton, is in Salem to spend the
holidays. Mrs. Simpson is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Quality electric corn poppers
with corn, 1.98. Eoff Electric
Few Given Jobs Only 34 of
the 91 applicants for work at the
government employment office
here in the past week were found
Jobs, according to the weekly re
port of Sim Phillips, manager.
Rock Crystal stemware, increase
that set for Christmas from our
large selection. Also Fostorla
ware. Pomeroy A Keene.
Undergoes Operation Miss
Isabel Chllds, assistant in the ad
vertising " department of The
Statesman, was operated on for
appendicitis Saturday at a local
60 Special Dinner.
75c Gray Belle Dinner.
. $1.00 Turkey, Steak or
Chicken Dinner De Luxe.
Roost Turkey and Chicken Dinners
Served all d j at the Spa,
For Dinner This Evening
Special Sunday dinner $1.00 at
the Marlon Hotel today.
Special Chicken Dinner 60c
New Argola, 222 4 N. Com'l.
and Home Restaurant.
Hotel Argo Dining Room -Turkey
dinner today, GOe.
The State Cafeteria
' Will be closed today.
Think of v
Fox Returns William W. Fox,
rural school supervisor, returned
Saturday from Portland, where he
has been spending the week a
sisting in preparations for the an
nual meeting of the Oregon State
Teachers' association to be held
there December 26, 27 and 28.
Fox reports that plans for the
meeting are shaping up nicely.
More than 1500 teachers are ex
pected. For the first time the
Oregon Primary council, which
was organized last year, will hold
a meeting in connection with the
state association gathering. The
council, which meets on the last
day, will petition the O. S. T. A.
to become a department of that
Some Counle But this home
Now $3150 Has four rooms,
furnace, fireplace, hardwood, pret
ty lot well located at 1654 South
High. Bearing nut 2nd fruit trees,
etc. Reasonable terms. Immediate
possession. Becke & Hendricks.
189 N. High street.
Buy him ties but buy him Che
ney ties. $1.00 and $1.50. Aron
Astill, Masonic Bldg. On High St.
Evr.nis Attract Few No teach
ers appeared to write for the life
teaching certificate at the semi
annual stte teachers examina
tions, conducted the last four
days of this week at the county
court house by the county school
superintendent. This is the sec
ond time in many years that no
applicants wrole on the life exam
inations. Only seven teachers ap
peared for the exams, the fewest
ever to write. Usually many
teachers write, and often as many
Christmas trees at Salem's Pet
land. 273 State street. Phone 656.
Funeral Time Given Funeral
services for the late Mrs. Emily
Sylvester, formerly of Salem,
will be held this afternoon at 2
o'clock at the Hall undertaking
parlors In Woodburri, Rev. Earl
V. Cochran of the Calvary Baptist
church in Salem officiating. Mrs.
Sylvester died at North Bend
Dollar dinner every night 5:45
to S at the Marion hotel.
Look Regular $10.00 Real
istic Permanent Wave the won
der wave $5.00. Two for $9.00,
cash. Capital Beauty Shoppe.
Mrs." Dimick Visits Mrs.
Euphemia Dimick. who is attend
ing school at Monmouth, was a
Saturday caller at the office of
the county school superintendent.
Mr3. Dimirk formerly taught
school in the Bethel district in
Men's fancy hose in gift boxes,
values to S5c now 4 9c or two for
95c at G. W. Johnson & Co.
Baby Boy Ilom Here A six
and a half pound baby boy was
born Saturday morning at the
Bungalow Maternity home to Mr.
and"Mrs. E. Wolfe, 930 North
Commercial street. The baby Is
the second child and first son.
Bosch Radio. The best in ra
dios. Halek Electric Co.
Just as the cow gives it. Cooled
bottled Foshay farm, natural
(raw) milk. Phone 1735J.
Pelland From St. Paul C. A.
Pelland, whoh is clerk of the
scbObl board at St. Paul, was a
business visitor Saturday at the
office of the county school su
Universal nickel percolator
complete with cord, $7.85. Eoff
Shirt special, values to $2.50,
now $1.45 in gift boxes at G. W.
Johnson A Co.
Lee Co Returns Lee Coe,
freshman at the University of
Oregon, ia here to spend the holi
days at his home. He expects to
enter Stanford university at mid
year, be reports. He is a member
of Sigma Nu fraetrnlty.
Special on parchment and silk
stand lamp shades, $1.89 while
they last. Eoff Electric, Inc.
Dawson to Wenatchee Major
C. A. W. Dawson will leave today
for a visit to Wenatchee, Wash.
Dawson is army instructor . at
tached to the national guard- In
Any car greased, 75e, called for
and delivered. Burke's Service
Station, Hollywood. Tel. 1408.
New Sterling Silver flatware
pattern. Pbmeroy & Keene.
To Make Home. In Chicago
Mrs. Roy J. Anderson and four
children are leaving Salem for
Chicago, where they will make
their home. They are making the
trip east through California.
All $1.50 ties in gift boxea now
$1.19 at G. W. Johnson A Co.
Leaving for Walla Walla
Ella R. Pfelffer of Valsetx will
leave Salem todar for Walla
Walla. Wash., -where she will
spend the Christmas holiday!.
G. A. Raymond Machine
425 Chem. St. Phone 8
We also buy all kinds of
Iron, sacks, rags and all
Capital Junk Co.
H. Etelnbock, PropV .
Phone SS . By tie BrUge
Co to Wan Walla If r. and
Mrs. P. C. McDonald have rone to
Walla Walla for the Cnntm
holidays. Mr. McDonald Is mana
ger or the Rodgers Paper com
For rent remodeled and newly
decorated house, dose in. Reason
able rent J, H. Lauterman, Ho
Permit Turned A nvrmlt fnp
construction of a new dwelling at
lzlO D street was issued to ClvdA
Stage Saturday. It la estimated
io cosi szuuu.
Winking at a eirl in the dark?
Who knows? Remember we clean
and block men's and women's
nats. 11.00. Cash A Carry S5e.
Valeterla Hat Shop. 487 Center.
Drive to Los Angeles R. E.
Kittndge and family left Satur
day to drive to Los Angeles to
spend Christmas with relatives.
Carpenter In City H. B. Car
penter, member of the school
board at Roberts, was a Saturday
ousiness visitor in the city.
Open evening's till Christmas.
Salem's Petland, 273 State.
Here From Seattle Frank
H. Madden, northwest manager
of Reid, Murdoch and Co., was a
Salem visitor Saturday at the lo
cal plant of the company.
From Woodbnrn Miss Ruth
Geer of Woodburn was a visitor
In Salem Saturday night.
Stop your leaking roof and
walls with Bltutect." Sticks to
any wet surface. Painted or mop
ped. Requires no experience. Ap
plied cold. Miller Products Co.,
foot of Lincoln St., Portland,
Christmas at Tart Judge and
Mrs. Siegmund have gone over to
Taft for over Christmas.
HI IN 0PEIUTI1
SILVERTON, Dec. 21. The
great airplane beacon erected at
the instance of the division of
aeronautics of the United States
department of commerce, is now
in position at the Legion airport
The beacon measures 24 Inches
in diameter and is at the pin
nacle of a tower 51 feet high. It
W. H. Cook. In this city Decem
ber 19. Widower of the late Hen
rietta L. Cook, died Dec. 14,
1918. .Survived by a daughter,
Lola Belle Cook Bellinger ot Hon
olulu, T. H.; step-sons, Paul H.
Houser, Salem and Lloyd Hauser,
Portland ; granddaughter, Jane
Bellinger ot Honolulu; and Bister
Mrs. A. Mason of Mill City. Past
master Salem No. 4, A. F. A A.
M.. member chapter commandery
and shrine, and of W. O. W. Fun
eral services M'onday, December
23 at 1:30 o'clock from the Rig
don mortuary. Rev. F. C. Taylor
officiating. Interment in the Ci
ty View cemetery, with graveside
services by Masonic organizations.
W. H. Teager, age S3, died
Thursday at the home at 2030
Virginia. Survived by his widow,
Bertha; son Glenn of Salem; bro
ther Harry ot Iowa; and sisters,
Lillian Thompson, Mrs. Clara Pa
ce Mrs. Ida Huffman, all of Iowa,
and Mrs. Cora Quinn of Dead
wood, N. D. Funeral services
Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock
from the Clough-Taylor ehapeL
Rev. F. C. Taylor, officiating. In
terment Belcrest Memorial park.
Irving Klorfein, 17, died Friday
afternoon at a local hospital. Sur
vived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
M. Klorfein, and one sister,
Bertha. Student at O. S. C. Fu
neral services 1:30 p. m. Sunday
morning at the Holman and Lutz
parlors, Third and Salmon, Port
land. Services originally an
nounced for 11 o'clock but have
been changed to 1:30.
City View Cemetery
Perpetual care provided for
Hom jtS a mI ' Mortely
A Park Cemetery
with perpetual care
Jnst ten minutes from the
heart of town
for the treatment of
and " !
Catarrhal conditions of the
. . throat .
DRUGSTORE ; .!
The Original Yellow Front and
Candy Special Store of Salem;
185 K. Commercial t j
- Phone 197
f Penalar Agency " i
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HOW high HA? Tomrfiv JAnlaii niwrtw mAA rlarn. A uli
wood, leenu to be trying to find out with her toe, In this strenu
ona 4taU herdaU oten, . , j
IS Of the 'revolving fvno anil fh
lights are 2,000,000 candle power.
At tne foot of the tower is a con
trol box. from which emergency
lights mar be turned on. The
lights are so arranged that the
windsock will show the direction
of the wind at night.
The electric current- for the
beacon will be sunnlied bv the citv
of Silverton. The lights will be
turned on as soon as arrange
ments can be completed.
sute nuns to
The State Motors. Hudson-
Essex distributors for Salem.
have taken on the sales and
service of Packard cars for the
mid-valley territory. The Port
land distributors have operated a
branch at Salem on South Com
mercial street, but this will be
line will be handled hereafter
from the new dealership which
is located at the corner of High
ana cnemeketa streets.
John Krogg of Packard Sales
and Service. Portland, was in Sa
lem Friday arranging for the new
connection, 'ine personnel or the
former Salem branch will be
come Identified with State Motors
after January 1.
According to Manager Lam
beth of State Motors. Packard
owners will receive Just as care-
Beta of Classics
Poetry, Old and New
History and Biography
Drama and Criticism
Books in Fine Bindings
Stories for Children
De Lnxe Gift Editions
ATLAS BOOK STORE
ICS STATE STREET
All House Slippers
in order to dean out our stock by
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ful attention as they have had at
the former branch. The line will
in no way compete wrth the pres
ent Hudson and Essex lines since
the Packard is in a separate price
MONMOUTH, December 21.
Children of the Monmouth Train
ing department presented an in
teresting Christmas program Wed
nesday morning In their auditor
ium. Christmas carols and songs
predominated wtith several solo
numbers by Junior high girls. So
pranos were Barbara Jane Powers,
June Craven and Mildred Mc
Knight; altos were Shirley Wil
lett and Pauline Morlan, singing,
"He Shall Feed His Flock like a
Shepherd," and "Christmas."
' Junior high boys dramatized:
"The Three Kings," with Jack
Wright, Giles Bennett and Rob
ert Price as soloists.
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Seniors Lead With 36 Mem
bers Recognized; Soph
omores Are Next
Ninety-five Salem high students,
Including 36 seniors, 23 juniors,
29 sophomore and seven post
graduates, appeared on the hon
or roll lor the 6eeond six-weeks
period ending Friday. Honors are
divided In two classes, hie-h hnn.
ors and straight honors. The hon
or rou follows:
Senior high honors Blanche
Eeece, Magdalena Schmidt, Fran
ces Decker, Thelma Miller, Jean
Peterson. Doryce Ross, Elizabeth
Boylan, David Brager, David Eyre,
Gwlnn Barham, George, Sugai,
Loree Barham. Seiko Watanabe.
John Nekuda, Charles Alley, Dor
othy Kloepping. Marie Elfstrom,
Blair Foley, Venita LaBranch.
Ruth Baumeartner. Helen Child
and Audrey Repine.
. Senior honors Edith Clement,
Lorayne Haag, Lucile Hixson,
Helen Ralph, Jeanette . Scott,
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B. G. Stover, S55 Bellevne St., Salem, Oregon 20.00
Injured when car overturned on highway.
Mrs. Carl Burns, 975 Norway Sk, Salem, Oregon 1000.00
Carl E. Burns received injuries In an automobile accident which re
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Mrs. H. Jf. Bolger, 021 N. Winter 8t Salem, Oregon 55.30
Injured when car ia which she was riding plunged Into ditch.
Barry P. Gustafson, 075 Norway St., Salem, Oregon 44.29
Injured when car plunged from highway
P. H. Bell, TJ. 8. Bank Bid jr., Salem, Oregon 25.71
Injured when car overturned.
H. D. Hubbard, 118 Marlon St., Salem, Oregon t 185.71
Injured when struck by an automobile while r06lng street.
Mrs. Kina B. Murdlck, Brooks, Oregon 80.0O
Injured when car in which she was riding was struck by railroad train.
Maxine Graham, Route 8, Salem, Oregon lO.O
Injured in car collision on S. Com'l. St., Salem, Oregon.
Jnes Welty, 1845 Fir St., Salem, Oregon 11.07
Injured In automobile collision 17th and Market. Salem, Ore.
Harold li. Cook, Tigard, Oregon 18.50
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Gwendolyn Hubbard, Ralph John
ston, Dorothy Shepherd, Hasel
Roenicke, Tvonne Smith, William
Llndstrom, Fred Blatchford, Har
old Rhoten and Dorothy Moore.
Junior high honors Kathryn
Sheldon, Leo Cieslak, Frank
Chllds, Simpson Hamrick, llenal
kas Selander, Cecil Scheuerman,
Howard Teeple, Ruth Chapman,
Margaret Baumgartner, Pearl Os
terman, Ruth Carlson, Fern Shel
ton and Mildred Zehner.
Junior honors M a r g a r e t
Clark, Leatha Maddlson, Wallace
Guthrie, Albert Unruh, Joe Vogt,
Myrtle Burk, Dorothy Borrego.
Marnie Crites, Virginia Fawk and
Sophomore high honors Lil
ian Teters, Earl Reinwald, Robert
Utter, Marvin Ritchie. Hanna Ey
mann. Dalhert Jepsen, Thelma
Gillette, Marion Stone, LaVerne
Homyer, Ingvard Hansen. Alice
Peters, Helen Benner, Elizabeth
Vaughan, Helen Mae Thompson,
Beatrice Burton, Josie Acklin,
Stella Chamberlain, Billy Dyer
and Kenneth Morgan.
Sophomore honors Paul Hau
ser, Clyde Wiegand, Homer Wel
ty, Mildred Drager, Frances Reef
er, Cleo Wood, Edythe Mae Jones,
Lola Dale Pickens, Jeryme Ups
ton and Velma Armstrong. Post
graduate honors C o n s t a n ce.
Smart, Beatrice Cernik, Gretcheu
Thielsen, Opal Kruger, Ada Clare,
Jessie Fukuda and Olive Shurtz.
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INDEPENDENCE, Dec. Jl
The Independence high school
basketball team defeated New
port high here Friday night, 10
to 13. Bolh teams checked close
ly and.it was several minutes be
fore any scoring was done, New
port finally tallying on a free
throw. The Tisitors scored twice
more before Mattison finally put
Independence in the scoring col
umn. Newport led at the end of
the first quarter 8 to 3.
At half time Independence had
come within one point of over
coming Newport's lead, aid In the '
oneninr minutes of the third ne- v-
rioa me local team mrgea iito t
points ahead on three field goals
In quick succession. The local
team was ahead 17to 10 when the
third period ended. Each scored
three points in the final' period.
Jensen (2)....F..(8)) Mattison
Chapelle F ()4 Kelly
Parks (2) C... (4) Plant
Church G... (2) Newton
Lamoreaux (9) G. . Hershberger
S... (2) Ramey