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l Grow With Salem. Helpful Information of Importance to Prospective Builders L J.i
h -liKr: of Homes; News Reports of Building Activities in the Salem District. " '
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be Heard; Also
Cadman and Capper
Dr. Frederick Norwood of Lon
don, will be the guest speaker for
the National Youth conference
program broadcast over the NBC
network from 12 to 1 P. m. today.
Daring the Cathedral Hour to
follow Dr. S. Parkes Cadman will
preach on "The Value of Time."
Over KOMO, KGO and KPO the
Sunday concert will be heard
from 2:30 to 3:30 p. m., with
an orchestra playing compositions
from Von Flotow, Herbert, Bar
on. Saint-Saens, Lively and Logan.
Senator Arthur Capper of Kan
sas will speak during the Collier
hoar from 5:15 to 6:15 and may
be heard oxer KGW.
Metropolitan Opera Singer
In the concert hour from 8:15
to 7:15 .Beniamino GIgll, Metro
politan opera tenor, will sing.
GIgll la reputed to be one of the
great tenors of the-age. Since
his debut In Rovlgo, Italy, he has
enjoyed a series of triumphs In
Italy, France, Spain and the U. 8.
Popular songs both new and
old may be heard in the various
concert programs which will be
presented later in the evening.
From 10 to 11 classical music
will be played by an orchestra,
one number being Gane's "La
PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 11.
(AP) Plans for a conference of
bankers from six Pacific north
west states to be held here March
6 and were discussed here to
day at a meeting of the general
committee of arrangements. John
N. Edlefsen, vice president of the
West Coast National bank, of this
city, who is general chairman of
the committee on arrangements,
will preside at the coming con
ference. Two conferences similar to that
to be held here In March, the
Mississippi valley conference held
tn Chicago last March and the
tri-state conference at Minneapo
lis last November, were discussed
at the committee meeting today.
They drew enthusiastic comment
from bankers who attended.
Originally Intended as a meet
ing of bankers of Oregon, Wash
ington and Idaho, the coming con
ference aroused such widespread
interest that Montana, Utah and
Wyoming agreed to participate.
AMITY. Jan. 11 At the neigh
bors of Woodcraft which met on
Monday evening, Mrs. Gertie M.
Riehter acted as the installing of
ficer. She was presented a lovely
aet of book-ends in appreciation
of her work.
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Craven vis
ited In Portland on Tuesday.
Roy Allen Is now working In
Salem as a solicitor for a laundry.
Don Woodman is home on a
racatlon and is making good use
of the time by making some im
provements on his father's place,
J. R. Cronk Is still eontlned to
his home due. to Illness.
Mrs. Helen Larson and her
daughter were visitors one day
the later part of last week in Mc-
C. T. Gardner, of Juneau, Alas
ka, Is visiting here at the E. O
Morse home. He 1s vice president
of the largest mill at that city.
Mr. Gardner has some tracts on
Eola Walnut Groves and is very
much interested in them.
Lewis and Adrian Cave of Cot
tage Grove, spent ' several days
here with relatives.
- After spending some time here
with her daughter, Mrs. L. Mc
Carty, Mrs.' Hitching returned to
her-home fn Seattle on Tuesday.
Mc and Mrs. R. B. Hattman of
Carlton-spent one day this week
at the-J. R. Snodgrass home.
!.lfss Florence Snodgrass, a 'sen
ior pCfhe Amity high school, edi
tor cf the Octopus and school 11
branny who was in a quite se
vere WTeck on New Year's eve, is
getting along as well as can be
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PRESIDENT RECEIVES RADIO AUDITION CONTESTANTS
EntrMtk; in tlte NaUonal fiadio Andltioa Contest
Uia reeved by Pnaident Herbert Hoover when
ifi,14 Hot to paj tkeJr respect,
(Left to right) John Kane, Atlanta; Lmris Antoiae.
BoeMer, Colo.; Join Jameson, Denver, Cole.: Gene?
booster, Ohio; Mr. ' A. AtwaUr Sent,
ADVANCED ARCHITECTURE THE SUNSHINE
By Duncanhunter, Architect,
"The Sunshine" presents an ad
vanced type of American home,
yet it does not run to extremes.
It is quiet some of the "mod
erns" are a riot yon know it Is
well planned, all of the moderns
should be, since fitness to pur
pose is the very essence of the
modern spirit It is designed from
the inside out to live in most
of the old ones gave the impres
sion that they were designed from
the outside in for the Jones to
look at, whether comfortable to
live in or not. After all a house is
a place in which to live and not a
"snowboard," and as a matter of
tact few of the general run are
Let's glance at the plan layout
of this house.
Note the simple direct, ones
and liveable arrangement.
Spacious Interiors without lav
ish expenditure, the compact ar
rangement of the stairs and the
pass connecting the front hall with
the kitchen and the motor room
thoroughly modern. Note the
size of the bed rooms and their
symmetrical treatment. Note the
large windows sunshine, air and
vision who wants to be couped
In behind musty prison walls T
Tiny windows of antique glass, no
sunshine, little light and less vi
sion not for a person who wants
to "live." All of the rooms offer
possibilities in decorating and fur
nishlng that should not be over
looked. Let's tabulate what "The Sun
shine" will give us:
Basement (full area of body of
A recreation room of same site
as the living room just the
place for informal parties, or for
the men, leaving the living room
intact. The stairway connects di
rectly with the entrance ball.
Heater space, coal storage, laun
dry and cold room leaves nothing
short. - - .
Entrance hall with lavatory
and coat closet, living room, sun
room, dining room, kitchen and
the motor room the latter quite
as important as the living room.
Three master bedrooms, two
On The Air For i
Sunday and Monday
483 Meters, (20 Keys.
9 :M to 10 a. m. American Lesion
10 to 11 a. m. International Bible
11 to 12 noon Church services,
12 to 1 p. m. National Tenth Con
1 to 2 p. m. NBC
2 to 2:30 p. m. Catholic Truth.
2 :10 to 2 p. m. Sunday concert.
3:20 to 4 p. bl NBC.
baths, ft Study or maid's rnnm
closets galore and a mighty handy
layout ail in ail.
Basement mtm feat. Hrmt
floors-eight feet six inches, sec
ond floor eight feet.
The nlans an ah own era tnr
lot facing sonth or west. For a
lot facing north or cast the plans
should be reversed.
Bouse frontage 41 II over
walls: side eleiran Uft ia
right 8'; lot frontage miaimum
Frame with stucco finish, brick
base course, metal strips to give
panels in second story, wall.
Windows steel easements In
special arrangements, with inte
Doors wood, to special de
Floors wood for linoleum fin
ish. Walls plaster.
Bath rooms composition tile.
. Steam heat, gas and electric
Cubiture 31,100 cubic feet,
Approximate cost $11,100.
Complete working plans and
specifications of this house are
available for a nominal sum. Ad
dress the Building Editor and re
fer to Bouse B-llV.
Pesidet Boortr, Floyd nesaga, Toe Angeles, CeEL;
CryU Bennett, Chlea-o, Il;lancTrtoTjca,lIcw
Orleans, Lsu Calvin nendrkks, Los Angeles; Agnes
Skmim, Sptiaxvale, eJad Ckaxlea CarlBe. Ceatral
4 to 4 115 p. m. Studio program.
4:11 to 4:10 p. m. Dental talk.
4:20 to 9:30 d. m. NBC.
9:30 to 10 p. m. Oill Flayers.
II to 11 p m. uny eympnony or
chestra. 11 to 12 midnight Fox Bollywood
354.1 Meters, 1130 Keys.
12 noon Rellrioua music. -
1:30 p. m. Claaateal recital.
0:30 P. m. Twilight Hour.
S n. m. "Hour on Broadway.
7 p. m. Glen Eaton, tenor; Marjorle
HObbiiiaro, piano; xao jLaiDaco,
aa iiiiittnnw t
I p. m. DamskTs Imperial Grand or
chestra. t p. Bb Los Gauchos Argentines: 13-
nore - v iuccm, law , us jvajnwn,
10 p. m, Angelns ensemble; Ellen
Keep, contralto; Money xnxon,
11 p. m. Harmony Aces dance band ;
Xjulala Dean, bluea.
S09.1 Meters, 970 Kcra.
f a. m. Organ recital.
It a. m. International Bible Students'
11 a, m. Lacflle Johnson, planlat, and
O. Donald Gray, baritone.
11:11 a. m. Plymouth Congregation
11:11 p. m. Studio pirogram.
i p. m. nnu.
s e. m. Artisuc enaemble ; Ferdln
2 :30 p. ax NBC.
3:30 p. m. Artlatlo ensemble; G.
4 to 1:15 d. m. NBC.
1 :4I p. m. -Agnes Skartvedt contral-
io, ana u. uonaia uray, baritone.
S p. nv First Church of Christ, Sd-
S p. m. NBC.
D. U. Artlatic enamh1 A mm
10 to 11 p. m. NBC
S7t.l Metera. 790 Kcy.
otiA irr.ivn nrTEvDvii
ma.mm. m Vnutl Va.V X Sk
11 to 1 p. m. NaUonal Youth confer.
1 to I p. m. Cathedral Hour.
S to 2:30 p. m. Weatern Artist Ser-
11 f p. m. Musical Musketeers.
; "r . m nu -wo uuc program.
.p-. J0- Gen of the Drama.
.i o. m. Neva arvli
3 P. m. "Songs Without
to T p. m. Stanialas Bern's Lit
T:pLvL.i:1 Sunday at Beth
P- - The Pngrima
10 to 11 p. m. The Gay Classics.
; Jill1. 2 Keys.
I Jf 5 t.w kpo
9 to 9 -ia . M
tjia to 9 :30 a. nx Cooking acbooL
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f Fnutlaiid Nurse
i '1S yral li bnslnesV ''"
A. J. Uathis, Prop.
A fine lot of cherry seedlings,
also leading, varieties of firait
and. ut treea.;'. --
Bales yard ease ald 0(
9:30 to 10:15 a. m. Town Crier.
10-:16 to 10:30 a. m. FltcU program.
10:30 to 11:30 a. m. NBC.
11:30 to 13 noon Records.
12 to 1 p. m. Luncheon concert.
1 to 1:15 p. m. Market reports.
1:15 to 1:30 p. m. Studio program.
1:30 to 2:30 p. m. NBC.
2:30 to 3 p. jo. Studio program.
2 to 3:30 p. m. NBC.
2 to 3:45 p. m. Traffic talk.
2:45 to 4 p. m. NBC.
4 to 4:15 p. m. Studio, recorfle.
4:15 to 4:46 p. m. Service Hour.
4:45 to 5 p. m. NBC.
6 to 6:30 p. m. Movie Club.
I to 8:30 p. m. NBC
1:30 to 8:45 p. m. Amos 'n' Andy.
8:45 to 10 p. m. NBC.
II to 12 midnight Organ recital.
254.1 Meter, ll0 Keys.
a. m. Morning Serenadtrs.
a. m. Actl-Tardy Time clock,
a. m. Better Homes Hour.
30 a. m. Studio program.
45 a. m. Devotional service s.
10 a. m. Studio program.
12 noon World Bookman and girls'
1:05 p. m. Uncle Bobbin farm flash--
1 :16 p. m. Popular program.
p. m. Lyric Hour.
0:30 p. m. Glen Eaton, tenor: Mar
jorle Robillard, piano; Elmore Vin
7 p. m. Concert ensemble: Agatha
Turley, soprano; Sidney Dixon,
10 p. m. Dance program.
10:30 p. m. Jack and Jill dance band.
11 : JO p. m. Weather and police news.
J37. Meters. 700 Key.
t tat I.e. m. Reveille.
10:30 to 11:30 a. m. Magazine of The
11:30 to 12 noon Philharmonlo or-
ran recital. e
12 to 1 p. m. Rembrandt Trio.
l to i :so p. m. nbc
1:30 to 1:80 p. m. Pacific Vaga
bonds. 2:30 to S n. m. Matinee Time.
8 to 2 :30 p. m. Mormon Tabernacle
choir and organ recital, Bait Lake
8:30 to 2:41 p. m. Studio personal
ities. 4 to 4 :30 p. m. California Federation
or women s clubs.
4:45 to I p. m. Back of the News.
I to 6:30 p. m. Henry Starr, piano
8:30 to 5:45 p. m. Moments Musi
cal. 8 :45 to 8 p. m. News service.
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8:30 to 8:45 p. m. Amos "n" Andy.
8:45 to 9 p. tn. Ole and The Glrla.
10 to 10:30 p. m. Through My Fire
place. 10:30 to 11 p. m. The Music Box.
11 to 12 midnight Hotel St. Francis
309.1 Meters, 970 Keys.
0:55 a. m. Inspirational senricef.
7 a. m. Making Merry.
8 a. m. Happy Time.
9 a. m. Y. M. C. A. health exercls.
9:15 a. m. Organ recital.
10:15 a. m. Rhena Marshall and Xm-
nes Skartvedt, vocal solos and
10:30 a., m. XBC.
11:30 a. m. Orchestra; Perdln Kors-
12 noon Agricultural farm talk.
12:15 p. m. "What to Prepare for
12 :30 p. m. Grain, fruit and vege
12:33 p. m. Orchestra VeOna Socol
ofeky arul Rhena Marshall.
3 p. m. NBC.
3:30 p. m. Vocal ensemble.
4 p. m. Minlnjr stock quotations.
6:15 p. m. Kiddles' program.
4:45 p. m. Stock, bond and grain
5 p. m. Artistic ensemble; Fred
8 to 8:30 p. m. NBC.
9 :30 p. m. News flashes.
10 to 11 p. m. NBC.
11:15 p. m. Univ. cf 'Waih. Educ.
11 :45 p. m. Vocal ensemble.
12 p. m. Olympic Ho.eU dance er
chestra. IS to 12:10 a. m. Organ recital.
SPRING VALLEY, Jan. 11
Mrs. Benry Davidson and her two
small daughters, Cloydine and
Janet returned home Friday ev
ening after spending several days
as the guests of Mrs. Davidson's
sister, Mrs. Elmer Ray of Dallas.
Mrs. Phillip Damm Is visiting
this week in Salem at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. Floyd Van
Riper and helping care for her
Mrs. Ercel Kirkwood Is the
house-guest of her mother, Mrs.
Belle Bimkins this week. Mrs.
WILL BE GIVEN TO ALL
DEMONSTRATION TO BE
HELD IN OUR STORE
MONDAY, TUES WED,
January Uth, 14th, 15th
Rogers is easy to apply no ex
perience is necessary. Just flow
It on. It levels perfectly and
dries to a porcelain-like finish
that wears and wears!
fat the famous oriental can backed
IBl rTJMBm CCSTOMKB
Kirkwood plans to return to her
home in Seattle early -next week.
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Jennings of
Portland visited this week with
Mr. Jenning's mother, Mrs. Mary
Jennings, and with his sister, Mrs.
Seymour Wilson and family.
ZEXA, Jan. 11 Mr. and Mrs.
Fredericks moved to the A. M.
Patrick farm at Zena from their
home in Washington Just before
the Christmas holidays. There
are eight children in the Fred
ericks' family, five of whom re
side here with their parents. Twin
daughters, Dorothy and Doris are
enrolled at the Zena school.
Mr. and Mrs. Barnes and Mr.
and Mrs. Denham and children,
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ZZON.CcmmercialSt. Phone 1650
Mildred, Clifford and Ralph who)
came here from Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma about two years agK
have moved to farms east of Sa
Friends of Mrs. E. C. Biggin
of Zena will be glad to know that
she Is on the road to recovery.
Mrs. Biggins became 111 NetT.
Wayne D. Benry and son Ken
neth Benry accomanled by Frank
Crawford, Jr., all of Zena attend
ed the basketball game between'
the Deneffs of Eugene and the
Willamette university at the unU
versity gymnasium, at Salem;
EUJtNE, Ore., Jan. 11. (AP);
Wtstang prospects at the Unl
versitVffOregon for 1930 are.
Both are useless
Good lumber is cheaper in the
long run than poor lumber
We will gladly give you
all types of radios