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The 02ECON STATESMAN; Ba&tm, Oragoss, Saturday Mung, May IT, 1933
Local News Briefs
PLaan Stoat Night The mem
oers o the Friendly Indian and
Pioneea chiba of the First Meth
odist c&urch will grlre a stunt
night program on next Friday eve
ning at 7:30 o'clock in the church
pari c. to which the public Is in-
rtted. These boys clubs hare been
under the direction of the Boy's
Work leader. J. B. Crary and his
assistants. The boys will furnish
in evening of good fun, and a
demonstration of the work, they
. bare done during the past months.
Iris- in full bloom. Sunday vis
itor's day at SU-Mar Gardens,
Epworth Leagues to Meet The
out-ging and incoming cabinets
of the University chapter of the
Epworth League of the First
Methodist church, together with
the officers of the University Bi
ble forum and. the members of
the religious education council
will meet at the parsonage at 5:
30 o'clock Wednesday tor a cover
ed dtah luncheon and conference.
Plan will be laid for the summer
tuonils and for the coming year.
Large Petunias, 25 cents per
-loien, Saturday only. Salem Pet
Cfewrrh Society to Meet The
Standard .'Bearer society of the
First Methodist church will meet
Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock
at the- home of Mrs. H. M. Durk
heimer. 15 S. 16th. Miss Ed
wyiut Broadbent, the president
win lead the devotions. The les
ion will Jbe presented by Gladys
Taylor and Marie Fandrich. As
sistant hostesses will be Fern CjI
srell, LaVada Maxwell and Doro
Delegates to Meet W. W. Fox.
county club leader, announces that
ail Marlon county 4-H club mem
ber who are planning to attend
the state club summer school in
Corvallis in June will meet at the
county court house here Monday
morning, June 9, at 19 o'clock, in
stead of Sunday as previously an
nounced. The entire group will go
from here in a body. About 20
hoys- and girls from this county
are expected to attend.
da are Sat.
OnrTrip to Moro -Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Johnston are leaving for
Mopo this morning in company
wtta. their daughter-in-law, Irs.
Theodore Johnston, who was a
delegate from Moro to the federated-
women's clubs convention
l ere; Other guests in the John
ston: home during the convention
week were Mrs. Howard Conlee
of Mr, Mrs. Perry Johnston and
Mrs. Parman from Condon.
Carpenter Wanted Boy Scouts
headquarters here is seeking ser
vices for about three hours to
help, construct a sealing wall for
use in the spring rally which will
held on the Willamette athletic
fioM May 24. Lumber for the
wa is being donated by the'
Spaalding lumber company. Any
carpenter who will assist should
fjll'O. P. West at 2470J or
Asaerican Legion Auxiliary
cooked food sale in old Kafonry
sro-ballding (Johnson Building)
SituKday, May 17.
Amendments Up Three amend
ments to the high school student
l;dy constitution will be voted on
at the annual elections next Fri
day. They provide that members
of the swimming and gold teams
shall be given minor sport letters
which are to be designated by the
student council: and that mem
bers the student council shalH
receive student council pins for
Children Entertain A group of
juvenile pupils of William Bra
reao provided entertainment at
the Salem Lions club luncheon
Friday. They included Eleanor
and- Bobby Brazeau, singers;
Framcis McReynolds. tap daiaser
and Billy de Sousa, saxophone
Want used furniture. Tel. 511.
Plan Bend Trip A number of
members of the Salem Lions club
Friday indicated their intention
to attend the district convention
of Lions clubs at Bend June 6 and
7. Some of those planning to go
are Leland Smith, O. D. Olson,
Newell Williams and Frank Sber
v i n .
(oart of Honor Soon The
May court of honor for Boy Scouts
of Marion and Polk counties will
a held in the county court house
Tuesday night, May 20, at 8
o'clock. Judge H. H. Belt presid
ing. Boys from nearly every town
in- the council, will be present to
Started and day old chicks.
Hanson. White Leghorns, Ancon
a. Reds and Rocks. See them at
Silent Petland. Phone (56.
PUa Annual Party To formu
late plans for the Salem Lions
club's anniversary party next
week, a committee has been ap
pointed consisting of Lions Wil
liam Mott, Frank Neer, O. D. Ol
son. Frank Lynch, John Stimpson
aad James Humphrey.
Planning Trip Eaut Mrs. Phil
lift R. Peterson, 1620 North Lib
erty street, and Miss Edna An
dersoa are planning to leave next
Friday. May 23, for a trip to New
RJtktord. N. D.
Attests of Lions I. W. White,
city recorder of Tillamook, and
Mrs. .White were guests at the Sa
lem Lions club luncheon Friday.
Mr. White Is a member of the Til
lamook Lions club. i ..j
Cochrane on Trip Rev.' and
Mrs. W. Karl Cochran returned
Bsa Friday from a motor trip to
Olympla and Tacoma, Wash.
West fat Portland O. P. Wast
rlU bm Portland today, where
B nras ealiett to act as- pall
bearer at a fuoeraL
Sneal Wins Robot Th.
class yesterday voted George Sn-
gai. Japanese, winner of the, lain
Albert prize of $25. incidentally
me outstanding member of the
class. Nomination alone for thia
award is considered a rihtfnri
honor. Two other
the class, Gertnide Winalow and
Ruth FIck, were nominated by
the faculty, the final decision rest
ing In the hands of the students.
Dance Mellowmoon Sat.
Chemeketans .to Hike The
Chemeketans will leave the Y. M.
C. A. at 8 o'clock Sunday morning
for Doran's peak in the eoast
range, 12 miles west and four
miles north of Dallas. Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Hamilton will lead
the hikers. Anyone who cannot be
at the Y. at 8 o'clock will be able
to maks connections with the
group at the Buell store at BuelL
If you do not attend services
elsewhere, why not come out to
Hollywood theater Sunday morn
ings. Robert L. Payne, preacher.
Sophomores Upsetting tradi
tion, the sophomore class at the
high school showed in the recent
interclass Clarion contest that the
last shall come first; and the
senior class finished it to make
the first last. Sophomores won
first in the contest, juniors sec
ond and seniors third. Judges
were J. C. Nelson, Olive M. Doak
and Ruth M. Lawrence.
Bos fn Collision An Oregon
Stages street bus was involved In
a collision Thursday afternoon at
State and Waverly streets with an
automobile driven by Miss Jose
phine Nibler, 1144 Center street.
Miss Nibler reported to the police
that the bus stopped without
warning or signal, eight feet from
the curb. No one was Injured.
Gladiolus bulbs. Time to plant
now. Phone 1700 for our list or
send postal to D.H. Upjohn, 964
South Liberty, Salem.
Soikpohs to Picnic Today is a
gala day for members of the Sa
lem high Snlkpoh dramatic socie
ty, for it marks the annual picnic
of the society to be held at Hazel
Green. Miss Leila Johnson, advis
or to the club,, and all faculty
members who have coached Snik
poh plays during the year, will be
To Talk at Tabernacle Dr. A
U. Michelson, Jewish criminal
lawyer who- is appearing in a
number of local churches, will
give addresses at 3 and 7:30
o'clock Sunday and at 7:45
o'clock Monday night at the Evan
gelistic tabernacle, 13th and Fer
Rummage sale by Ladies' Aid
of! First M. E. church. Bligh
Bldg. High street, Friday and
Rnssells to Portland Mr. and
Mrs. J. 0. Russell will be in Port
land today on a combined business
and pleasure trip. Mrs. Russell
will witness the ceremonial of the
Daughters of the Nile there to
night. While there, they will be
guest of Mrs. 01in Ford of Jen
Seniors Get Vacation Seniors
of the high school will have the
last week of school off this year
as usual. Principal Fred Wolf has
announced. The members of the
graduating class will be expected
to remain away from the building
during the final week.
For Sale started chicks, heavy
breeds. Also custom hatching.
Willamette Valley Hatchery. 410
S. 24th. Phone 277SW.
Larson Fined E. Larson, ar
rested with four other men sever
al days ago on a charge of disor
derly conduct and possession of
liquor, was released from the city
Jail Friday after paying a fine of
Bankruptcy Asked J. M. Bor
geson, formerly proprietor of a
shoe store here, has filed a volun
tary petition in bankruptcy in the
district federal court in Portland,
listing liabilities at $7402 with
Dance MeHowmoon Sat.
Addresses Students Students
in several classes at the Oregon
normal school yesterday after
noon heard Dr. Estella Ford War
ner of Salem discuss various pha
ses of health work.
Motormeter Stolen J. E. Cox,
1065 Norway street, reported to
the police Friday that a motor
meter had been stolen from his
automobile while it was parked
on North Cottage street.
Dollar dinner eierv night 6:45
to 8 at the Marion hotel. 9
Last Story,Hour The last story
hour of the season will be held at
the public library thii moraiog at
10 o'clock. Miss Rowe will have
But tersti arts
Made From Pure
22c for 16 ozs.
or Twe Lbs. for
In Pound lots
The Original Yellow Pros tuk
Ca-dy Special 8tere of Salem
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Thirty One Permits Issued
During First Half of
May This Year
Building activity remained rela
tively quiet in Salem during the
first halt of May. 31 permits being
issued for construction, totaling
123,011.30 In estimated Talue.
This is slightly below the rate of
new construction for April which
totaled 158,717.75 for the entire
Permits issued In May to date
George H. Stoddard, alter
dwelling at 170S Nafta Fifth.
F. O. Lutz, alter dwelling at
IS 25 Market. 1250.
G. A. Aranson, reroof dwelling
at 955 Highland. 175.
D. H. Clark, alter dwelling at
675 South 12th. $30.
T. G. Harrison, reshingle dwelW
ing at 18S0 Waller, $48.
E. L. StOwe, reroof dwelling at
250 East Wilson. $141.50.
J. O. Mathls, reroof dwelling at
665 South Church, $260.
H. B. Broadbent, garage at
235 North 15th, $120.
Frank Parsons, alter dwelling
at 2365 Center, $250.
R. H. Kletzlng. repair dwelling
at 1165 North 16th. $25.
E. S. Adams, garage at 1655
North Church, $100.
Frank W. Hnrlburt, dwelling at
1940 Warner, $2000.
U. S. Cole, garage at 1307
South Commercial, $100.
August Schnuelle, garage at
1616 Center. $130.
J. B. Protzman. alter dwelling
at 1296 Court, $350.
Enrma M. Brown, dwelling at
1630 South Summer, $1,000.
Cora Hendry, repair dwelling at
2085 North Front. $75.
W. J. Patterson, alter store
building at 2585 Fairgrounds
A. A. Underhill, reroof dwell
ing at 885 South 12th. $186.40.
Arthur and Ethel Welch, alter
dwelling at 455 South Capitol,
Mrs. Otto Klett. alter store
building at 163 South Commer
cial. $225. N'
Western Board Products com
pany, factory at 2332 S. P. right
of way. $12,000.
O. C. Kumler, garage at 515
South High, $50.
Emmanuel Jess, alter dwelling
and garage at 1073 Oak, $40.
Foster and Kleister, sign board
at Fairgrounds Road and Hunt,
U. G. Shipley, office at 566
North Commercial. $25.
John T. Ross, reroof dwelling
at 501 North Winter, $281.
Alma J. Thompson, reroof
dwelling at 1680 South Commer
T. Brady, reroof dwelling at
1785 South Commercial, $149.
Elmlra A. Scott, reroof dwell
ing at 1693 South Liberty, $169.
Hunt Bros. Packing company,
building at 145 Division, 4, 00.
Philo Steward, age 84. died at
the residence, 572 N. 17th, May
15. Survived by three sons. H. J.
of Salem; W. M. of Colorado; M.
J. of West Virginia; and eight
grandchildren; Floyd and Lawson
of Salem, Lillie Persing, Ruby,
Wilbur, June, Doris and Vera.
Funeral services Saturday at 1:00
o'clock from the Clough-Taylor
mortuary; interment Lee Mission
Anna C. Renstrom died in this
city May 15. Late resident of
Portland. Age 77. Remains ship
ped today to Portland for Inter
ment by Clough-Taylor company.
Ersthine W. Lorek, 83, died
May 15 at her home, route two,
Salem. Wife of William Lorek and
sister of 3irs. Iweethe Franrke of
Germany. Funeral services Satur
day, May 17, at 10 a. m. at W. T.
Rigdon and Son chapel. Rev. P.
W. Eriksen officiating. Interment
City View cemetery.
Died at the residence. 1105
Sixth street West Salem, May 16.
Orian Odeu Spencer, brother of
Mrs. F. J. Carter and Ira E. Spen
cer, all of West Salem. Funeral
services Saturday at 1:30 ,p. m.
from the Rigdon mortuary, inter
ment City View cemetery.
City View, Cemetery
Established 1803 Tel. 1266
Perpetual care provided for
A Park Cemetery
with perpetual care
Jest tern miaatea front thm
heart of terra
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ACHBTSTtME SSWEKUK OW FATHERS FARK ANNA PJ2IVCS
A TCUCIO tfH
NYTrkmeV.! t tjSi t the wfeeel they mak.
to New York from the hmii.
in oecaucua, H. j for
inore than twe aoatha, collect.
f refuse from restaurant for
the more than 'four hundred pits
on their farm. A few days aro
war. as she drove her track an
the world's most romantic street.
Getting up at 1 a. as. and driving-
a track on Broadway is all
part of a day's work to Anna.
Accompanied by her sister, with
their daily trip to Broadway,
which helps to support a aicb
father and three younger children.
Wesi Salem News.
Wednesday afternoon the La
dies' Aid will hold their monthly
silver tea at the home of Mrs. Ap
plewhite at the junction of the
Cascade drive and Glenn Creek
road. There will be an interesting
program. Transportation will be
provided for those who wish to
ride. The Women's Foreign Mis
sionary society meeting was post
poned from this week Wednesday
until next week Thursday, when
it will meet at the home of Mrs.
At 6 P. m. Sunday evening the
Epworth league of the ' Ford
Memorial church will have social
hour in honor of the Dallas Ep
worth leaguers, who will be visit
ing that evening. The group from
Dallas will have charge of the
4 CHIP! BILL
NINES TO COMPETE
BAKER, Ore., May 16 (Spe
cial) On the first day of the
1930 Department Convention of
the American Legion, which will
be held in Baker August 14, 15
and 16, four baseball teams repre
senting the cream of the boyhood
of the states of Montana. Wash
ington, Idaho and Oregon will re
spond to the umpires call of
"play ball" and go out on a beau
tifully prepared diamond to battle
for the: coveted championship of
the Western semi-finals. No oth
er feature of the convention Is at
tracting more attention than this
Regional Tournament, the Baker
Convention commission declares.
In addition to the baseball
tournament many other spectacu
lar features will be presented
during the three days, including
a Drama in Fire, depicting the
"Days of '49". Along with the
bombs and rockets the visitor will
see hnge set pieces showing in
brilliant colors, the "Home in the
West," The Covered Wagon, The
Discovery of Gold, The Western
Mother; The Pony Express, The
Indian Attack, and others. Dur
ing the entire drama,, the story,
historically accurate, will be
broadcast through a system of
loud speakers to every corner of
Other major features of the
Convention are Drum Corp com
petition, Inter-Post relay. Distin
guished; Guests program. Aerial
Circus, night and day parades,
dances, stunts and a thousand and
one impromptu entertainments.
Around the entire program will
be thrown an atmosphere of the
Gold Rush, those romantics days
of '49.j All of Baker, it is said.
will enter into the spirit of the
occasion making the convention
outstanding in the annals of Le
Epworth league service at 7 p. m.
They will also sing a special num
ber at the evening service.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Stewart and
family of Edgewater street, moved
Thursday to a house on Third
street, where they formerly re
sided. Mrs. John Carrick and son,
Jackie and Mrs. Arthur Thomas,
mothrt- of Mrs. Carrick, were vis
itors Thursday at the homo of
Mrs. I. U. Thomas of Edgewater
street. Mrs. I. Wi Thomas is a
sister-in-law of Mrs. Arthur
Mrs. Hayes and Mrs. Harding
of Gaston. Oregon were visitors
in West Salem Thursday at the
home of Mrs. F. M. Moore of
Ruge street and Mrs. W. F. Thom
as of Ruge street. These people
were friends in Kansas several
Miss Ruth Engelhorn of Third
street won the beautiful wedding
cake, which was given away
Thursday at the cooking school
in West Salem.
The cooking school which has
been held during the week held
its last demonstration Thursday.
Mrs. Humphreys had charge of
the affair and her instructions
were quite worth while to the
ladles who attended. Mrs. Hum
phreys remained over Friday and
served lunches to the election
Policies Sold by
Effective means on the part of
Gus Hixson in securing new pol
icy holders for the North Ameri
can Accident Insurance company
as well as new subscribers for The
Oregon Statesman, were recog
nized this week by the company
in awarding Hixson $100 for his
Hixson as circulation manager
of The Statesman, competed
against other circulation men
throughout the United States. The
Statesman gained more new pol
icyholders during the month than
any other paper of comparable
Tall 2193, Used Furniture
151 N. High
TWO THINGS TO REMEMBERS
By James W. Harrell
REMEMBER that aa ounce of prevention to worth a pennd
REMK31BER that yowr naed car dollar to worth more than
wben yon spend It here. Real bargains In every model
of nearly all Standard nsake.
SPECIAL SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ONLY
'25 Essex CttacS . $135.00
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'25 Dodge Sedan
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BROTHERS MOTOR; CARS'
Twenty-three boys, members of
the Friendly Indians and pioneer
boys clubs of the First Methodist
church, left last night in company
with the church boys' work lead
er, J. B. Crary, to remain until
this evening at the J. W. Moore
ranch on Crtbtree creek, five
miles noth of Jefferson.
Besides Mr. Crary, four men of
the church accompanied the boys:
Rev. F. C. Taylor. J. W. Moore,
Gus Moore and William Mosher.
Boys who are on the trip are:
Raymond Judson. Kenneth Ut
ter, Jay Kimble, Robert Kimble,
Richard Judson, Peter Geiser, Da
vid Hoss, Robert French, Vernon
and Bruce Carkin, Howard Hun
saker, Robert and Jimmie Sehon,
Robert Johnson, John Marr, Wil
bur and Wayne Curry, Billy
Crary and Milton Hartwell.
WttfcMS pscattoe c tots ef Maw.
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Oregon's Edison Student
To Be Selected at Meet
In Salem on 26th of May
Election of a strt'ent to rep
resent Oregon in the Edison schol
arship contest will be considered
at a meeting of the Judges to be
held In the offices of C. A. How
ard, state superintendent of
schools here May 26. Eleven can
didates will appear for personal
Judges who will select the Ore
gon representative include E. B.
Lemon, registrar, Oregon State
college; Earl M. Pallett. registrar.
University of Oregon; F. H. Mur
phy, president of the Oregon
Building congress. Portland;
George B. Heriugton, executive
secretary of the Oregon Society
of Professional Engineers, Port
land, and F. L. Cooper, president
of the Oregon branch of the Am
erican Chemical Societv, Port
land. Thomas A. Edison again this
year has offered a four year tech
nical school scholarship to the out
standing American boy of this
year's graduating class who has
made his mark in scientific stu
dies. The Oregon representative
will compete in the finals at West
Orange, N. J., with all expenses
to be paid by Mr. Edison.
Elements included in the choice
of Oregon's candidate are char
acter, intelligence, stability, re
sourcefulness and scholarship, par
ticularly in the fields of physics
or chemistry or both.
Candidates who will represent
their communities In Salem May
Columbia River district Ed
win Palmrose, Seaside Union high
Northern Willamette district
Howard J. Richards. Milwaukie
Union high school, Milwaukie.
Middle Willamette district
Donald C. Prentiss, Corvallis high
Southern Willamette district
John Steelquist, university high
Coos Bay district John Ray
mond Griffith. Coquille high
Southern Oregon district Lev
erett Davis, Ashland high school.
South Central Oregon (no
North Central Oregon Lewis
Ralph, The Dalles Tiigh school.
Thfr Dalles. Umatilla district
Charles A. Robrmaa. Pendleton
high school, Pendleton.
Northeastern Oregon (no can
didate.) Southeastern Oregon George
G. Eldredge. Vale high' school.
Portland Clyde T. Robinson,
Benson Polytechnic school, and
Robert L. Swain. Lincoln high
BOAT CLUB W
For three days Just prior to the
Salem Boat club's regatta on the
Willamette river here June 1, and
for the purpose of stimulating in
terest In that event and in pleas
ure boating In general, a motor
boat exposition will be held under
the boat club's sponsorship at the
Fitzgerald-Sherwin Motor com
pany sales rooms, it was an
Leland Smith, commodore of
the boat club, stated at the week
ly Lions club luncheon he had re
ceived word that some of the fast
est motorboats in the northwest
are to be entered in the regatta at
Albany May 31 and the one here
Entries will include a number
of boats already on the river here,
and several which are now under
Facts About Hog Fuel and
" Large Burners will burn Hog Fuel economically
and will burn Sawdust equally well. SAWDUST Burn
ers will not burn Hog Fuel satisfactorily. All Burners
should have an air-vent in tack of the fire to prevent
back-fire and to mix oxygen with the gases. OUR
BURNER has TWO ADJUSTABLE AIR-VENTS.
There is ABSOLUTELY NO DANGER of BACK
FIRE. WE GUARANTEE Our Hog Fuel Burners. Our
price for our 16" HEAVY DUTY BURNER installed
in your furnace door is only $80.00.
Last winter we furnished our regular customers
with Hog Fuel at $3.75 during the snowstorm.
We have 16" Old Fir Mill Block, 16" and 4. ft.; Old
Fir Green Slab and Inside Wood, 16" and 4 ft. Dry
Slab, and Old Fir Screened Hog Fuel at Reasonable
488 S. Church St. PHONE 1542
Sport Roadsters Royal Cabriolets
Sport Coupes DeLuxe Sedans
and Standard Models
BOTH SIXES AND EIGHTS
Prices ranging from $1186.00 and up F O. B. Salem..
We have made a special effort to se
cure these models 'so that yoa may
aee these beautiful motor cars built
We cordially inrite yoar inspection ef
these wonderful Automobiles, and
yoa nay see why, 'Nash leads the
World in Motor Car rHot."
365 N. Commercial St.