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- The OHEGON STATTSIIAII, Cafcn, Orrron, Scnday Horning, Decenfer 23T 1929
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Christinas Dime at Market
An arlrlnal Ana nappy
was spent br empoyers, employe
and the families of each,, who
make up the business folk occu
pying the block in, which is locat
ed Salem's public market Friday
night hi the Market building.
William Busick. Paul Wallace. W.
L. Phillips and Herbert Stiff plan
ned the affair which was a dance.
A large space was cleared at the
Commercial street side of the
building, chairs and rugs from the
tif fnmitnre section made com
fortable places for seating. A
nappy orchestra played and
punch was senred. About 150 peo
ple enjoyed this "family party.
wax loaVin? rOOf IBd
wall with "Bitutect." Sticks to
. wot ,irfar-. Painted or mop-
Tw -Ttouires no experience. Ap-
nld. Miller Products Co:,
fnt r Lincoln St.. Portland,
Year End Sale, Miller's.
Wm. Fulkerson returns Mr.
Mary L. Fulkerson, county school
nnerlntendent, was in her ollice
Saturday after spending the two
previous'days at Portland in at
tendance at the annual meeting
of the Oregon State Teachers' as
sociation meeting. She senred as
chairman of the credentials
committee and also gave a talk
before the boys' and girls' 4-H
Dance Mellowmoon New Year's
Wilqnit Has Still Henry Wll
ouit, West WoodSfcrn. appeared in
justice court Saturday to face a
charge of uniawiui possession 01 m
still. His case was continued un
til next 'Thursday. Wilquit was
arrested by county officers 'Who
fnnnd a still of 75 gallon capacity
-nn th man' nlace. About five1 gal
lons of mash were also round.
Want used furniture. Tel. 511.
Girl Rrwrvcs HaTe Party The
high school Girl Reserves held
their Christmas party Saturday
night at the Y. M. C. A., and en
joyed the usual Yuletide festivi
ties. Grace Skinner, chairman of
the social committee, was In
charge of arrangements for the
vent. Mrs. Elizabeth K. Galla-lif-r,
G. R. secretary, was a spe
cial guest at the party.
Year End Sale, Millet's.
Dance Mellowmoon Xew Year's
Former Resident Visits Mr
and Mrs. Arthur Leonard of Se
attle will leave today after spend
ing several days visiting old
friends In the. i-itv. Mrs. Leonard
will be better remembered as Jo
C rounds, for a number of years
an' employe of the state printing
office. , he left here about eight
Dollar dinner every night 5:45
to 8 at the Marion hotel.
Boys to Mt; Hood A group
of local high school boys, includ
ing Richard Baker, Jimmie Em
mett, Kiniball Page, Wallace Hug
and Billy Dyer, left Saturday
Morning for Mt. Hood, where they
t-xpect to spend several days on
an outing and enjoying winter
Dance Mellowmoon New Year's
Parker Boys Coming George
John Parker and Frances Foley
Parker, sons of Mrs. Helen M.
Parker, will arrive Monday from
Vancouver, Wash., to spend three
days visiting with their mother.
The boys are attending boarding
school in Vancouver.
Year End Sale, Miller's.
i ue new screen uriu uay I u
naaio, niaue Dy uencrai Aioiors,
arrived at Loder Bros., 445 Cen
ter St, Friday of this week. This
Model sells for $194, complete,
installed in your home. . Other
models as low as $159.50 are on
display and may be purchased on.
very easy payments. .
parching to Seattle Ray L
Fasching, manager of the Cooper
ative Realty and Sales company,
is planning to leave Tuesday for
Seattle, where he will spend three
days In attendance at the annual
meeting of the Apple Sales and
Vendor company, for which he Is
representative in this district.'
Bosch Radio. The best la ra
dios.. Halek Electric Co.
Judge's Wife HI Mrs. J. T.
Hut, wife of former County
Judge Hunt. Is said to be seriously
111 at her farm home near Sub
limity. The Hunts spent Christ
mas at "the Sublimity place ana
- wnue mere -an. nam wcimv
tm - . m w a . ...
Store . Building For Lease
' Large area, suitable - furniture,
hardware, automobiles, etc ', On
High street, between Court and
Chemeketa. Becke ft Hendricks,
189 N. High, street. .:; '
. Fuel Company Files With cap
ital listed at $10,000, te Capital
Fuel and Investment 'company
f iled articles of Incorporation -with
the county clerk last week. In
corporators are John H. Scott; A.
C. Bohrnstedt. and Hattle BratseL
Oberers in California Mr. and
Mrs. L. E. Oberer are spending a
three weeks' vacation in Califor
nia and will return to Salem Jan
uary 10. Oberer is with the.W.
, '., If. jGrabenhorst realty, company.'"
-'"". Resolve to begin 19S0 by tak-
1K urse of study that Will
lisgencles for later life. There Is
l othmg better than a thorough
-. ' Course at Th
a vui a in j ii i rr v na aavn
College Register now. Day and
i icouiuei on jan w
zyZtfZl1 - Mr.'aid
- vick are exnitA .
. .Calif., ay and will hA i
gTFridar in "lDCe
Robbu TTslte Paret J. Pres-
eott Robins, who spent Christmas
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Robins. 42 N. Liberty, left
for Portland yesterday to attend
the State Teachers association
gathering before returning to Sis
ters, where he is principal of the
high ' school, Robins is secretary
of the Sisters "Commercial club
and sayr that everyone from that
.til. .v .M;M,HsM. .. , ...
confident.that work on the North
Santiam highway into Sisters will
be started next summer.
Get your Eveready Prestone An-ti-Freeze
at Capital Motors Co.,
Inc. 350 N. High street . ;
Xorblad Rents . Apartment
Governor Norblad and family have
arranged for living quarters here
in the .Royal Court apartments on
Capitol street near h state
house.. Miss Eleanor Norblad,
daughter fx the governor, will
.finish the -present -term In Asto
ria high school, January 12, and
after that date, she and Mrs. Nor
blad will come - to .Salem 7 where
Miss Norblad will enter Salem
high school. . ,
New Home-l2 , baths-$500.
Immediate possession. Terms. I
come now. Becke & Hendricks.
189 N. High street. '
School Clinics Given School
clinic will be held Thursday morn
ing, January 2, at Turner, and in
the afternoon a pre-school clinic
will be held, according to an-,
nouncement from the child health
demonstration headquarters. Dr.
Edward Lee Russell will be in
charge of both clinics, with Miss
Margaret McAlpine, nurse as
Shed dry wood coal. Prompt
delivery. Tel. 13, Salem Fuel Co.
House Changes Hands Esther
E. Mueh has purchased the Pearl
Plank residence property at IB 4 5
Mill street,. at a cash considera
tion of $2,000 and-has taken pos
session. Mrs. Plank 'left here
some time ago for Portland. The
transaction was handled by Louis
Bechtel, . George Thomason and
Auto, axle and bumper work
Battery charging, gas and oil
Blacksmlthing of all kinds. Gust's
Repair Shop, 1610 N. Com'l SU
Visitors at Findley Home tr.
Lottie Findley Law and son. Find
ley Law, will leave today for their
home in Mill CityKansas, after
a -visit at the home of her brother.
Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Findley. Both
Dr. Findley and Dr. Law are eye,
ear. nose and throat specialists,
and both studied in Vienna 21
Partly reasoned 10 in. old fir,
mill block. All inside wood. $5.75
lare load. The only large load
in the city. Also screened hog
fuel. Immediate delivery- Fred E.
Wells, Inc. Phone 1542.
Wendell Johnson III Wendell
Johnson, son of Rev. and Mrs. S.
Darlow Johnson, is quite ill at the
home, suffering., from the influ
enza. He nas been ill several
days and is not yet able to be up.
Rev. Johnson is Just recovering
from an attack of the flu, also.
Xew Year's dance Tues. Hazel
Coe Leaves for Palo Alto Lee
Coe, graduate of Salem high
school last June, who attended
the University of Oregon- fall
term, will leave this morning for
Palo Alto, Calif., where he will
enter Stanford university. He is
taking -a science course.
For rent, remodeled and newly
decorated house. Close in. Rea
sonable rent. J. H. Lauterman.
Johnson in St. Helens 4lev. S.
Darlow Johnson, pastor of the
Leslie Memorial church, was
called to St. Helens yesterday to
perform a wedding ceremony.
Mrs. . Johnson, and their ' two
daughters accompanied him. They
will return to Salem today.
New, Yeif w dance Tues,
Vick Fllee Artkle Qharlea
H. Vick, Henry Lsicar and Elean
or Lzlear filed articles of incor
poration with the county clerk
Saturday under the name of Sa
lem Motors, Inc. Capital was list
ed at $5,000.
1930 Calendars free. Homer H.
Smith, Ins. Agcy., over Miller's.
Wolf Returns From Meet
Fred Wolf, high school principal,
is again in Salem after spending
three days in Portland attending
the annual meeting of the state
Card of Tnanks We - wish to
thank our friends for their sin
cere expressions of sympathy and
many acts of kindness during the
sickness and death of oar beloved
mother and grandmother. Mrs. E.
A. McElvaln and family. L. H. Cot-
tew and family, C.'H. Cottew and
Grabenhorsta in Medford Mr.
and. Mrs. E. B. Grabenhorst and
daughter Anna Mae will return
Monday from Medford, where
they have been visiting relatives
over the Christmas holidays. "
Life insurance annuity service.
Tel. 114. Paul H. Acton, .
Daughter Born Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Van Riper, 1830 , South
High street, are , parents of a
daughter - weighing 4 : pounds,
born Saturday . at the Deaconess
hospitaL - r Z .".
Tear End Sale, Miller1. "
.' Going to Tacoma. Mrv E. Tv
Barcus. J $0 Saginaw street,"' is
planning tor leaye Monday .f or Td
coma. where, she wlll;spend. two
weeks visiting with relatives.'
1 ThompsOA1. to Speak Dr.'; Fred
Thompson will be the speaker at
the iKlwanis club luncheon. Tuejh
day neon,. his subject being ."Kl
wanir EdueaXIon." . -
Annual Session of Judicial
Assembly is Scheduled
-For January 3
The annual meeting of the u-
dicial assembly win be Held Iff
Judge Robert Tucker's courtroom
in Portland, January 3... accord
ing to letters jsent to all circuit
Judges in Oregon by Chief Jus
tice Coshow-ef the state supreme
court. - v ,
The judicial council is compos
ed of Chief Justice Ooshow, Jus
tice Belt and Circuit Judges Tuck
er of Portland, Fee of Pendleton
and Brand of Marshfield. These
Judges, have been at work for sev
eral months in an effort to. simply
the judicial procedure " and im
prove the administration of jus
tice iu Oregon.
Among the subjects to be dis
cussed at Jhe assembly" Is a pro
posed change In the existing law
relating to the manner of form
ing a - jury list, qualifications ef
jurors and' exemptions. Judge)
Tucker, has made a study of this
subject an.d his views have been
adopted by the council. '"' A reso
lution covering the - proposed
changes in the jury system will
be presented to the next legisla
ture. . x
Procedurejn criminal cases al
so will receive attention of the
assembly. It Is proposed that a
defendant in a criminal case shall
have the; right to say whether he
will be tried by a Judge or by
jury. A resolution embodying
this change In the jury laws al
ready has been prepared and will
be submitted at the assembly.
Justiee IHarry Belt has been a
strong 'advocate of this law. Such
a law Is now in operation in sev
eral' eastern states, where It has
The council also will adopt a
resolution urging more uniform
sentences for the same or similar
crimes. Another resolution will
provide that no person convicted
of crime shall be paroled until he
has received some punishment.
- Arthur S. Benson, of Salem, is
executive secretary of the council.
I West Salem
Miss Helen Roseman, who
teaches home economics at a high
school in Coqullle, came Satur
day to the' home of her parents,
Mr? and Mrs. F. M. Roseman. She
will return some time the latter
part of the week. .
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Roseman
and children, of Salem, spent
Christmas eve with Mr. Rose-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ferguson
and children of Grand Island,
spent Christmas day with Mr. and
Mrs. F. M. Roseman, parents of
Mrs. Ferguson. Mr. Ferguson re?
turned home, leaving his wife and
children "to spend the remaining
holiday season with her parents
of West Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas and
mother, Mrs. Matilda White of
Edgewater street, had Christmas
dinner with- Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Hendrickson, of 205 Union street,
Mr. Thomas, who has been 111
with the flu for the past two
months, is much improved now..
Mrs. Harry McDowell and chil
dren left Saturday for Junction
City to spend the Christmas vaca
tion with her mother, Mrs. G. W.
Porter. She will return Sunday.
Mr. McDowell spent Christmas
day at Popcorn, with his brother.
G. W. McDowell".
Mr. and Mrs..W. F, Thomas of
Ruxe street, spent' Christmas
with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
A. F. Lamb.
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Swigert and
children. : of Ruge street, spent
Christmas with Mr. and .Mrs. Har
ry Phillips of Waldo Hills.
Those who had Christmas din
ner, with Mr. and Mrs. Carrick
were the following: Mr. and Mrs
Arthur Thomas, parents of Mrs.
Carrick. Miss Mabel Thomas, sis
ter of Mrs. Carrick, Mr. and Mrs.
F. M. - Moore, Mrs. . Carriek's
grandparents, and . her uncles,
Claud and Orville Moore of Edge-
Mrs. Begosian of Ruge street.
had her mother. Mrs. Croshaw of
Salem, as a Christmas dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Thomas
had Christmas dinner with Mrs.
Thomas' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Denton of Third street.
MissClaudine Gerth, who teach
es .school at Lostlne, Oregon, Is
spending Christmas vacation with
her parents, "Mr. and Mrs. Walter
B. Gerth, of Edgewater street .
Mr. and-Mrs. L. Lawrence of
the West Salem apartments, spent
Christmas In Dallas with Mrs.
Lawrence's mother. .. - ,
llr. and Mrs. Amos Perkins, ef
PortiandV'Mnraud Mrs. Carl-Py-
Themasoa in AusvUle
George Thomason, salesman with
the Lonls "Bechtel real estate of-
1 flee,. was attending to business in
terests in Aumsvuie yesteraay.
Visits from PoTJc.Cownty J.V.
Starrest of ' Polk county was - a
Vusiness visitor in Salem" yester
day. He formerly was principal of
the Central Howell schooL 4 .
Year End Sale, Mlller'fc - "
McClcndou VlsiU--L. B, Mc
Clendon, , principal of the West
SUytoxt school. . was a Saturday
caller t the office of the coun-
I ty school superintendent' . 7',
" Amity Polk Vtoitors-rMrv and
Mrs. C. O. Shelton of Amity,. were
among, the ' out-of-town, business
visitors' in the ty yeste-f ay.. ;
Pratunt Teacher heT-w-resa
Hall, who is' primary teaches at
the Pratum school, was a business
visitor, in. Salem yesterday. 1'
-I Tear End Sale; Miller's. ; , -
x airs. DsuMak iai TowMrs. C
RV-Duncan, of Hubbard, where she
is teaching aeboeL was among the
visitors in town yesterday. -
60e Special Dinner.
.75e Gray Belle Dinner.
$1.00 Turkey, Steak or
Chicken Dinner De Luxe.
Roe Turkey ft Chicken Dinners
Served all day at the Spa.
For Dinner This Eveninr
special Sunday dinner $1.00 at 1
the Marion Hotel today.
Hotel Argo Dining Room
Chicken dinner today, 5 Oe.
att.of West Salem, Mr. and Mrs.
vtrgii Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Ru
ben Perkins, spent Christmas day
witn tnerr father, Mr. Perkins of
West Salenu -x,,
Roy Lamb spent Christmas dav
in North Salem at the home of
Miss Florence Protzman..
Miss Margaret Binshadler of
Lebanon, is spending a short
Christmas vacation with Miss
Grace Williams of Edgewater
Miss Margaret Binshadler of
Lebanon, is . spending a short
Christmas vacation with Miss
Grace Williams of Edgewate
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Patterson.
of 1073 Edgewater street. had
Christinas dinner with Mrs? Pat
tenon's parents. Mr. and Mrs. C.
M. Foye of Salem.
L. L. Sloper, of Edgewater
street, was called Thursday to
thebedside of his mother, Mrs.
Vina Sloper or Lebanon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Bowers. 'of
Sixth street, and son-in-law, Clar
ence Boling of the Bethel district.
had a family Christmas tree and
dinner at the home of their
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Ray
mond of Rickey.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Forester.
of the Silverton road, and Mr. and
Mrs. Homer Barber, of West Sa
lem, were Christmas dinner
guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Sebern.
John Cottell and two children.
of Marshfield, spent Christmas
day with his sister, Mrs. W. H
Hobble and family, of Sixth street.
Mrs.- W. C. Bowers of La
Grande, will spend a short New
Year's vacation with her sister-
in-law, Mrs. J. H. Bowers, of 1231
Enis Rowland, who 'teaches
school at Klamath, and who
resides at Silverton, made a short
Tislt Friday at the home of his
friend. Lyle Thomas, of Edge-
water street. Both were former
schoolmates at the Oregon Normal
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Austin were
Christmas dinner guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Smith
of Piedmont avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd De Lapp
and son, Lawrence, spent Christ
mas day with W. H. Riedesel, of
704 North Cottage street, Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. William Andrews
-of Seventh street, spent Christ
mas with Mr. Andrews' brother
and nephew. Noble Andrews and
Fred Andrews of Stayton.
Earl H; Lathrop and family, of
Portland, were Christmas visitors
at the Floyd De Lapp home on
Miss Acnes Craig, of Salem, was
a Friday visitor at the F. A. Miles
home at 541 Piedmont avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sampson,
of Salem, were Christmas day vis
itors at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
F. A. Miles.
A family Christmas tree and
dinner took place at- the home ef
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Craig Christ
mas eve and Christmas day. Those
present were. Mr. arrt Mrs. G. F.
Craig. Mr. and M G. Potter,
Mrs. T. H. Robinson and daugh
ter, Alfred Ambrose. Lloyd and
Louise Potter, and Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Chris C. Buright of Wash
ington, is spending a vacation
with her mother, Mrs. B. K. En
glehorn, of 1375 Third street.
Miss Bertha . Gleason of Port
land, spent a week at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. LaDue, of
Visitors from Salem at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. La
Due-Christmas evening were the
following: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
McKee and son, and L. Tumbleson
- Mrs. A. Englehart of Gervais, is
spending a short vacation' with
Mr. and Mrs. S. Pfelfaut of West
B. A. Hanks. who manages
mines in Idaho, spent a few days'
vacation with his wife and other
relatives of West Salem. Mrs,
Hanks met her husband in Port
land when he .came. He intends
to return in January when his
wife and children will return with
him. to Idaho.
Clifford Roberts of Salem, was
a Wednesday dinner guest at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Jones
of West Salem. . 7 .-
., P. E. Brown, of South 12th
street, was a Christmas day vis
itor with his brother, J. R. Brown
and family, of West 8alem. -Both
the musical program, Sun
day evening in the church audi
torium, and the Sunday school
and ' community Christmas tree
and 'program were enjoyed- by
audiences that filled their respec
tive meeting -places to- capacity.
All seemed to have an enjoyable
Christmas and ' the West Salem
church wishes everyone a happy
and prosperous New. Year.
. , A , few 'Important announce
ments for the coming week' of the
i hurcn' activities are the follow
ing: Wednesday 7 : 15, will be Bi
ble - Study and - prayer meeting ;
A : 15. will r be reheir - practice:
Thursday 7 p. m volleyball prac
tice; Saturday - 7 p. - m.; orchestra
praetl.crw.TI" -r-. "
The Ward meeting will be held
Monday nlghC The Sunday school
beard meets at 1 p.- m. . The 'of fl-
cial board at 7:30 p7m:, and the.
toard of stewards at S:8rpVm.
' A fine musical toroxram will
take plac at; the unday' chnrth
eerviees. miss .Eva Arnold wm
.give a piano solo, Miss ' Dorine
Percy Granger to Play Har
monium Part for Big
- Hookup Tonight
. : Percy Grainger, the .world
reaownqd Austrialian. pianist
and composer, will. play the har
monium part during' the first
American performance of his
composition. "Spoon River." in aJ
broadcast thseugh the NBG coast-to-coas
system tonight between
C and 7 o'clock, P. S. T. over
KGW, KOMO and KGO.
j "Spoon River! will be played
by the General Electric . orches
tra" under the direction of Walter
Damrosch. It Is a new work' by
Grainger, who. Is ndted for the
rhythmic exuberance Of his solo
playing, the hearty ' character , of
his compositions and his enthus
iasm for. national music.,-
Richard Wagner's "Das.Rheln
gold," with its strange tale of
the dwarf who stole gold from
the. Rhine maidens and fashioned
a wonder-working ring, will be
represented in the program by
the "Entrance of the Gods into
An eight-minute talk on "Ad
ventures in Science, by Floyd
Gibbons will open the program.
Musical details follow:
Spanish Rhapsody: "Espana'
Chabrier; Pizzicati, Symphony
No. 4., Tchaikovsky; Variations
on the Austrian National hymn,
Hayden"; Spoon River, 'Percy
Grainger; Trio for two oboes
and English horn, Beethoven;
Entrance of the Gods into Val
halla, 'Das Rheingold", Wagner.
? Hugh Williams,: tenor, !st he
the guest artist with the- Pacific
Serenadera when this group of
instrumentalists goes a-serenad-
ing over th NBC system be
tween 8 and 8:30 o'clock to
In their programs the Pacific
Serenaders call to mind the lover
and his sweetheart on the bal
cony. It is moonlight. With the
sweet strains of music he seren
ades her. Sometimes he plays
and sings himself, but when he
scales the balcony to be with her
he depends npon a small Instru
mental ensemble which he has
hired to pay tribute to his lady
love while he courts her.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 28. (AP)
With the exception of the few
intervals when the president of
the United States have been out of
Washington Tor summer vaca
tions, the affairs of the nation for
the first time since 'the Madison
administration were conducted to
day from a building other than the
A number of presidents have
lived in houses in Washington oth
er than tlie White House, but
none has done his official work
elsewhere than at the executive
President Hoover worked dur
ing the afternoon in the sumpt
uous offices formerly occupied by
the secretaries of the navy in the
old state, war and navy building.
From -his private office he could
look out directly on the blackened
walls of the regular executive of
fices, which were wrecked by fire
in a spectacular Christmas eve
Earlier in the' day he had met
with his cabinet in 'the Lincoln
study surrounded by mementos of
early American ' history. 4
Bus Line Over
The Oregon Stages System,
Inc., on January 1 will take over
the Pacific Stages which now op
erate between Portland and New
port, Tillamook and Forest Grove.
This will give the Oregon Stage
system control of virtually all of
the major lines Jn Western Ore
gon. The formal application seek
ing permission to take over the
Pacific stages probably will be
filed with the public service com
mission early this week.
The Oregon Stages system is a
part of the general Pacific opera
tion which is interlocked with
two other trans-continental units.
The -Oregon Stages system is oper
ated by the Southern Pacific com
pany which is one-thisd owner of
the whole Pacific coast operation
uovernor NorMtd, following a
hearing here Saturday, deferred
for a week a decision In the ex
tradition - proceedings involving
Robert A. Wilson, who is wanted
in Los Angeles on a charge of kid
naping his young daughter. He
was arrested at Medford. Attor
neys for Wilson alleged that
their client was not . a fugitive
from Justiee, for the reason that
he had entered into an agreement
with , his wife whereby each , of
them - would have custody of the
child six months each year. -
' i Governor Norblad said he de
sired to make an investigation of
the . ease before authorizing' the
extradition. ---j -
. 1. ' ' -
Baker and - Miss Muriel Kaster
111 sing a. duet. -At the. evening
service Miss Josephine Albert
will 'give a vocal rsoIo and Wes
ley -WaiTen will 'give a whistling
solo, rhe orchestra 'wlir also
play. I - .r: .Arfr5t,:
Rev. J. ' S. Greene will preach
atmie' morning service- and Rev.
M. A. : Groves 'at the- evening
AFFlfr IN SPY
Another Fis Duroe
U Hi Prize Herd
GERVAIS, Dec 28 T. A.
Ditaaars has just received a
fine prefcred Dnroc-Jersey
sow froaa the herd of Mr.
Brlggs of Seward, Nebraska.
Mr. Ditmars carried away
all the prize last fall at the
taio fair aad Pnclfie inter
national, and he says hex
pect great returns .from
this sow. as she if bred to
tho grand rb amnion Duroc
hoar of Illinois..-Sbe is ten
months old and weighs 445
pouMls. Mr. Dttmars is con-.
staatly. improving his herd
and is meeting with phe
Bids for the construction of the
proposed Roosevelt eoast high
way bridge ..t the mouth of Rogue
river in curry eonmy wm do re-
eeivecTby, the state highway com-
mission at a meeUng to be held
in Portland, January 1. This was
annvunceo. Dy me suite ainwj i
aeparimeni nere saiuraay.
The' proposed bridge will con
sist -of seven 250rfoot reinforced
spans and 328 lineal feet of rein
forced concrete viaduct approach
es. The bridge will be 1938 feet
in length, with a 27-foot roadway
and two 3-foot sidewalks. .
The structure will require 11,
000 lineal feet of piling, 15,300
000 cubic yards of excavation, 42,-
cubic yards of concrete, 1,6 7 M00
pounds metal reinforcement, 82,
000 pounds of structural steel and
It is proposed to - have the
bridge completed December 31,
1931. The new bridge will replace
the ferry; which has been operated
at the mouth of the Rogue river
for several years.
CALLED BV DEATH
The remains of Schuyler C.
Kightllnger were to be brought
to Salem today and placed at the
Terwilliger parlors from which fu
neral arrangements will be an
nounced later, Paul Hansen re
ported Saturday night' following
his return to this city with Mrs.
Kightllnger. Mr. Hansen left for
rortianojust arter tne announce-
ment of Mr. Kightlinger's death
there at 1:30 o'clock Saturday
afternoon. He had been visiting
friends at Portland.
Kightllnger was widely known
here, being born in Salem in 1869
and for 28 yeara served as fore
man of physical properties of the
water company. He had retired
from this position early this year.
The man had been in bad health
this fall but his death came as a
-shock to. his host of friends
celebrated his 60th birthday anni-
versary July 27 of this year.
For 32 years Kightllnger held
membership In the Woodmen of
the World here. He was also a-
member of the Modern Woodmen,
the Elks and the Foresters of
He is survived bv his widow,
Mrs. Robert ha Kightllnger; a
daughter, Mary Elizabeth; a
brother, Marion, of 1258 South
Commercial, and Elmer, a brother
IS SLIGHTLY L
Only 57,373 applications tor
1930 motor vesicle ucenses nau
been received at the offices of the
state motor vehicle department
last night. Last year 37,454 ap-
plications were received during
the corresponding period. Total re-
gistratlons of, motor vehicles in
Oregon for 1921 exceeded 260,-
Receipts from 1930 motor ve-
hide licenses up to last night ag -
gregated $480,616.06, as against
11,099,152.75 during the cor-
responding period last year.
The marked decrease in receipts
from 1930 licenses, as compared
with those for the same period a
year ago, is due to the general
25 per cent reduction in tbe fees,
and the fact that car owners are
required to pay only a half year's
license at this time.
Dinner Is Held
WEST SALEM. Dec. 28 A
large Christmas dinner was serv
ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G.
M. . Douglas when covert were
laid. for the following people: Mr.
and Mrs. Perry Parker and son
of Albany; Fred Churchill of Al
bany; Mr, and . Mrs. Lewis
Churchill of Canny; Mr. and Mrs.
H. L. Burton and son of Chema
wa; 'Mr. and- Mrs. C. E. Lee. and. :
two 'Children of : Salem; ' Virgil
Buey, - Doretna Douglas and . the
host and hostesaMr. and Mrs. O.
M. - Douglaa of - Edgewater street.
-:zc Thinkr 6t ' ; " . -" ;
BIDS ORDERED FOB
BRIDGE OVER ROBtlE
Annual Session Held in. Hon
or of Jose Rizal, Na
. . An interesting evening Was that
for which the Salem Filipino club
was host at the Marion hotel Sat-
urday night. A banquet was served
at :30 o'clock to 100 guests, and
during and-fellowing the banquet
a program was given in' commem
oration of the 33 rd anniversary f
the death of the martyred hero of
the . Philippine people. Dr. Jose
Profacio Rital y Mercado.
The address of welcome was
made by Pablo Cariaga, president
of the Salem Filipino club. J. Mayo
gave a eulogy to the martyred
hero. Major' T. A. Liresley made
an address, and a discussion of
the Philippine and American rela
tions was made by M. Ramos.
Mrs. F. G Franklin read "My
Last Farewell' written . by Rixal.
Music for the evening was fur-
nished by a Filipino orchestra,
Reya Brothers, of Portland. Miss
Lillian Scott was the soloisk and
was accompanied by Mis. Grace
George Vick and L. A. Steb
bins, who have taken the state
agency for Hilene motor oils, will
remove to Portland to take charge
of distribution in Portland aa well
as! brer the state. Mr. Vick has
long' been a prominent figure' in
the automotive Industry, having
handled various makes of cars
here for niany years.
Alfred Vick will be sub-dealer
for Marion, Polar and Yamhill
counties. George Vick is quite en-
Lusiastic about -his new connec
tion. Speaking of the quality of
his product he remarked that he
had covered 2760 miles in driving
without change of his motor oil
and at toe end of the run found
his motor free of carbon and the
oil in good condition.
Dr. T. T. Shaw died of heart
fanure yesterday at Medford. He
Mrs. Julia Gatzke (Grandma
Dikeman) died Dec. 2T at the
home near Macleay. Age 83 years.
Mother of Mrs. Bertha Dikeman of
Macleay, Mrs. August Dikeman,
of Wisconsin, bteve Gatzke ol Uai-
ifornia; grandmother of Fred
Dikeman, Julia Budlong, Nelli
Westwood, Sally Ormand and Paul
Dikeman. Funeral services Mon-
day at 1 o'clock, from the Clough-
Taylor chapel, Rev. Earl W. Coch-
ran officiating. Interment in Mae-
Lillian McCully, age 70, died at
her home in Hood River, Decem
ber 28. Mrs. McCully was the sis
ter of Hal D. Patton of this city.
She is survived by her husband,
J. D. McCully, and daughter, Eula
F., both of Hood River; a son,
Russell A., of Yachats; a grand
daughter, Martha Jane, also of
Yachats. Services will be held this
afternoon at 2 o'clock at Hood
River; also at Salem, Monday at
2 o'clock in the Rigdon chapel in
conjunction with services for her
brother. "E. Cooke Patton.
iJ. Cooke Patton, 10, died at
Hubbard, Dec. 27. Survived by the
widow. Sadie: "daughter. Mrs. Lu-
ella May Charlton; grandson,
Robert Patton Charlton: brother
Hal D. Patton. Member of the
Elks. United Artisans. Woodmen
of the World. International Broth-
1 erhood of Magicians. Funeral aerv-
ices Monday at 2 o'clock from the
Rigdon mortuary. Rev. Charles E.
Ward officiating. Interment ' in
family vault is Odd Fellows cem-
George Wallln, age 76, died -In
this city, December 27. Remains
will be forwarded to Eugene by
I the Rigdon mortuary for funeral
services, and interment.
. : City View Cemetery
Established 1893 r Tel. 12M
-Perpetual care provided for
' Prices Reasonable V
Fkeas 35 rt . ModsraMy
A Par k CcmcteryT
Just tea minntes tVons fh
hf si t 'of ' towni"
BEFORE YOU SELL
Ctgnest Cash Price)
We buy and sell everything
Salem Jvssh C '
i.Vr.T. -V phoxb :v;
i v Satfrosf 4k Kline
was Thurston Shnw i; i t
Salem, where 'he was bom, a son ;j
of T. C. Shaw, well known prom- y
inent pioneer and county judge of
Marion county. - - J
Dr. Shaw was a dentist. He left if t '
Salem about 29 years ago, going : i r
first to Jacksonville and from f j ,
there to Ashland, where he has . .
been in active nractice of his pro- ?l ? .
t ession. ,c - t
He was a brother of Mrs. Dr.
H. C. Eplej ami Mrs. Dr. C ;
Stone and Mrs. E. E. Lewis of this
city. He leaves his widow and a
son and daughter by his former .
wife, Clyde Shaw of Coryallis and
Mrs. Gladys Ulrich of Ashland.
The funeral will be held at Med
ford. Dr. and, Mrs: Epley will at
tend, going there today.
Floyd Hoogerhyde,' 20, son of
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hoogerhyde! "
491 Turner street, died Saturday
morning at the Marine hospital fa -San
Diego, Calif., according to
word received last night by his
father. Mrs. Hoogerhyde and his -sister,
Anna Bell, were summoned -1
to San Diego, December 17,' and ;
were there when he died. - ,
The young man, had been in the
Marine eorps for the past tw and
a half years and had been in Chi--4
na during that time.
The body will arrive hero Tues- :
day, and short military services ;
will be held some time Thursday
at the Clough-Taylor chapel. In-
terment will be made in Lee Mis- :
slon cemetery. The mother and
sister will accompany the re
mains north. . .
Floyd Hoogerhyde was born in
Grand Rapids, Mich.. 20 years ago
and came to -Medford, Oregon,
with his parents in 1914, the fam
ily moving Xhree; years later 0 -Grants
Pass. They came to Sa
lem from Grants Pass 10 years
ago and have lived there, since.
Floyd baa. a wide acquaintance of
friends here. . d
Besides his parents and sister, ,
Anna Bell, be Is survived by an-"
other sister. Doris, and two broth
era, Kenneth and Clareace, all at
The father operates a shoe shop
on State street.
IS M IST
Funeral services for T. E. C.
Vesper, who succumbed to prieu
monla at the family home on .
North 17th street were held Sat
During his span of 64 years his '
life was replete with military,
governmental and lodge affairs. ,
At the age of 21 he enlisted la ,
the Spanish-American War and
served for three years. During
this time he saw action in Cuba '
taking part in the battle on San -Juan
hill and other engagements w
and also In Montana where the
Cheyennes were on the war path."
For 25 years he was connected
with the Indian service at Tomah, .
Wis., Lawrence, Kans., Ft. Apache, -
Arii.. and Chemawa. During this
time he has served as master -or
a Masonic lodge, high priest of
Royal Arch Masons, worthy patron "
of the Eastern Star and comman
der of Spanish-American War Vet- -
Masonic services were conduct
ed by Salem No. 4 at the mortu :
ary; Dr. W. C,. Kantner, officlat-
ing minister and Hal Hibbard
Post No. 6 of the Spanish-Amerl- ..
can War Veterans gave the last .
rites to a departed comrade at
the grave. Interment was made
He is survived by his devoted ..
wife, Emma, and his daughter,
Mrs. Marie Cardy. '
GERVAK WOMEJf ILL
GERVAIS, Dec. 28 Mrs. John,
Detrick underwent an operation
at a Salenv hospital Friday morn
ing. Miss Bernlce Stevens, daugh
ter of one of the superintendents ;
of cottages at the Boys' Training v.
school, had an abscess lanced in .
her ear Thursday night, Dr. :
Dowd, the school physician doing.
the work. ,
FINEST TORIO M QC
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Eyeglass Insurance and thor
ough examination included.,
110 N. Commercial St.
G. A. Raymond Machine
425 Chess. St. t
' Stdbaef er' ' -
LUNG I BALSAM
for the treatment of
. ' " Irritation - -.
nd - -
Catarrhal conditions of the
- throat .
' Smokers' Coagh
V- :.DhUG i STOIlE
The Original 'Yellow Front and
Candy Special Store of Salens.
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