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tug u.iluUN- STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Sunday Morning; Jnly 6, 1930
1 .IjQcallews Briefs
Lb A. People Held Mr. and
Mrs. G. L. Howard, Los Angeles,
pent Saturday In the city Ja.il,
puxsllng over a warrant charging
them wjtn grand Urceny which,
caused their arrest early Satur
day. The Howards; middle ased
and refined, were f touring the
northwest with a daughter when
Salem police apprehended them.
They say they sold' a small con
fectionery store In. Los Angeles
some time ago. but are unable to
understand where a charge of
Adams will present plan's for the
grand larceny against them could
hare originated. The daughter is
staying at a local' "hotel, while Mr. j year's campaign.
ni Mm Howard are betas: held I
for Los Aueeles authorities,. 1 During the July Clearance sale
we are giving a discount on all
nna Smith for man years in corsets. Howard Corset Shoo. 185
the tire business is now located j onu uoeriy street.
t Center and Church street in
the Al'a Suner Serrice sUtlon. I women to Give Play The
Mt Smith has taken oyer the tire women or me Missionary society
Krt em Job Rav Tasehinr
let the Cooperative Realty - an
Sales company will leave Monday
to travel for a Urge candy man-
uacxaring company. He nd his
family spent Friday at Tart and
Oeeanlake. - - - - - .
Bona of Vets to Ue4 U. G. I -' "O'w.:-
Boyer, eommander of Joshua .Elected at Davis Uarie Zorn,
Smith camp. Sons of Union Vet- teacher at Champoeg the past
erans ot the Civil "War, wishes to thool year, will teach at Da-vis
urge all members o this organ- year, according to word
itation to be present at the reg- reaching the county school super-
ular meeting Tuesday evening in intendent,
the Women's club house at which m
time reports on the recent eon- Means Call Here T. J. Means
vention at Eugene will be heard. ot Mlu Clt wbo has been at
Arrangementa will also be made ettfllnK summer school In Port
to Organise a camp at Eugene and IaBd clled here yesterday. He is
reorganize the camp at Newberg. Principal of the grade school at
Department organiser Charles I wf
ressenden and his assistant Glen
PORTRAITS TELL ACCURATE
STORY OF INDIVIDUAL LIFE
) VIEW OF KATHRYN GUNNELL
Salem Photographer Went From Painting
Career Into Work of Photographer
Sale Confirmed L. H. McMar
ban, circuit Judge, yesterday sign
ed an order confirming the sal
of real property in the case' of
State Bank of St. Paul against
the St. Paul creamery.
Mrs. Ratzbarg Bart Mrs. Ed
na Ratiburg. Chemawa, suffered
a fractured hip when she fell from
a cherry tree Friday. She la at
department where he will feature of the Presbyterian church will the Deaconess hospital,
the Fisk line. A full stock of tires j P en t a play, -Missionary . -
will arrive today and many peo
ple in Salem will mws know "it's
time to retire.' -
ConaOwleB Offers Help--In a
letter to Mark Tonlsen, recorder,
the public service commission ot
Lrithmetlc" at the regular von I Leave- Fsr " Kentnckv Jndee
ship hour at 7:50 o'clock tonight and Mrs. George Rossman will
at, tne . church. Ten. members are I leave today flor Louisville, Xen-
in the east and Mrs. 8. H. Board-
man Is directing the play.
tueky. They are planning to make
Jnly Clearance sale. now on at
Oregon says it -will be glad to Howard Corset Shop, Iff North
r . - i iha LibertT street.
lena us ieuc yviMv i -
mvesurauon ana i T?. m u
way by the city of th Fourth of July accident reports
J"uiu " " X " , " " ' 1 were iuea yesterday with tne
wasnington waier " sheriff, one in which Hershel B
nanv." Tne communication w Tort of ru w.
w . . ... M I " IU
referrea 10 me cuy wumu.
One dollar reducUon o n
beacb naiamas. Howard uorsei
Shop, 15 North Liberty street.
Caerrian Invited Grover Hill-
man: Klnr Bins' ol the Cherrians,
has mailed oat return postal eards
to members ot the organisation.
the other in which Ruben Warg-
nier or uervais and J. J. Donald
son of Wood burn were involved.
No one was hurt In either.
Dollar dinner every night 5:45
to 8 at the Marlon hotel.
To Build Gym Plans for con
struction of the proposed new
Front Irtish Center Emma
McOoughry of Lablsh Center
was a business visitor In the city
yesterday. She taught at the
t w o I Manning school the past year.
Files Motion to Strike C E.
Taylor, defendant in a suit
brought by George Diets, has filed
motion to strike from a portion
of the plaintiffs complaint.
By OLIVE DOAK
Twelve years ago Miss Kathrya
Gnnnell and B. B. Robb opened
a photographic studio under the
firm name of Gnnnell and Robb
on the fourth floor ot the Oregon
building. Each member has spe
cialised in a particular branch of
the work. Miss Gnnnell specialis
ing as a photographer of women
and children, and Mr. Robb upon
depicting character portraits . of
men. In October 1125, the firm
moved to the present location In
the Capitol theatre building.
where, they have a ground floor
location and the very latest - In
Miss Gnnnell originally studied
and was preparing herself to be
come a portrait painter of eanvaaJ
when photography claimed her at
tention, and she has. found that
so fascinating, whe has remained
In this . branch ot art. However,
she attributes her success to a
thorough foundation training In
art, as the rules governing compo-
asking them to indicate wnemer i gymnasium at the Aumsville
or not they will attend tne baimon school are going right ahead, re
Rlver Cutoff highway dedication ports Vlrie Bradlev. clerk of the
July 1. The Cherrians have been school district, who was In the
invited to participate in the festi- I city Saturday. Bids on the Job
Drager at Const D. G. Drager
eounty treasurer, is spending the
week end with his family at Cut
Overtime Costs Jack Elliott
was fined $5 In municipal court
Saturday for overtime parking.
500 lbs. Eng. walnuts for sale
or trade. H. C. ShieldB, Oregon
will be opened Monday.
Closing out all children's hats.
50c each. Howard Corset Shop,
1(5 North Liberty street.
Sale Blocked Cornelia A. Da- Ticks Return George Tick
Died at the residence, 1955
Falrmount. July 5. Mrs. Bessie
Lee West, IS. Wife of Ben F.
has been granted default de- Und family are again in SalemJw8V' utM oI c Kverson of
free in her ease against the Eu-
rpne Bible university. ' The de-
after spending some time in
Portland.'?",. They will be here at
cree restores the deed given by least a week this time, and pos
nlaintiff to the bible univereny i sioiy may locate aere perman
for cerUln real property to r. enuy
Davis, and restraina the univer
sity from ever claiming any right
to the title.
Dr. Ray M. Walts, phy. and
eur. especial attention to obstet
ric. evnecoloKV and surgery.
904-5 1st National Bank mag.
Return to Loe Angeles Mr.
nM Mrs. Merton Warren ana
nandson have returned WL
Angeles after spending a week or
so visiting relatives in saiem ana
vicinity. Warren is the son ot the
late Henry Warren, pioneer oi
the Waldo Hills district. Tne
Warrens have been on a vaca-1
tion, traveling along coast points.
Dance sets. 89c. Howard Cor-
eet. Shop, 165 North Liberty
Mrs. McCane Hart Mrs Hugh
McCane suffered severe bruises
and cuts when the car she was
driving collided with a parked
automobile at the intersection of
5th and Hood streets late Satur
day afternoon. Mrs. McCane said
the was blinded by the sun and
unable to Bee the other car.
Portland, Ford-Everson of Kelll
her, Minn.. Mrs. Hattie Prahl of
Goodhue, - Minn.; and cousin of
Mrs. Frank Barrett. Salem. Fun
eral services' Mondsy at 1:30
o'clock from the W. T. Rlgdon
Want used furniture. Tel. 511. land Son mortuary. Interment t.
O. O. F. -eemeterr. Rey. T. C.
Appointed Receiver L. J. Tavlnr and Rev a. Darlnw Jfthn-
v earner nas been appointed re-I .o will officlat.
eeiver or property involved pend
ing outcome of the suit in ' the
complaint filed by W. H. Vear
rier and Addie . Vearrler against
L. A. Johnson and others.
Rayon paiama suits, $1.39.
Howard Coceet Shop, 165 N. Lib
Seeks Judgment Vor clone cor
poration has filed complaint
against Luster Cooper, operating
a cleaning establishment here, to
recover property or judgment on
1300 worth or equipment held by
ase vismtsseo: Divorce ac
tion brought by Otto Schieman
against Olga Schieman in circuit
court yesterday was dismissed,
following plaintiff's motion re
questing that the case be drop
Died near this city July 4, Nor
msn L. Allport, 51. oSn of Thorn
as Allport; husband of Mrs. An
gust C; father of Mrs. Alice Sav
age of Salt Lake City; Mrs. Don
ald Lovell, Florence. Carl,
Thomas, Donald. Norman and
Lawrence, all ot Salem and Emu
of Portland. Funeral announce
ments later by the W. T. Rlgdon
and Son mortuary.
Miss Graham LeavesMiss Wini
fred Graham, secretary to C. A.
Howard, state superintendent of
public Instruction, will leave this City View cemetery.
morning to spend a week in San
Died at the residence, 1516
Ith street, West Salem, Jnly 4,
Homer -E Barber, 79. Survived
by widow. Lena; daughter, Mrs,
Ralph Seburn; three grandchil
dren, all of West Salem: a bro
ther, Joseph of Salem; sister.
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Warner of
Iowa Falls, Iowa. Funeral ser
vices Monday at 10:30 a.m., from
the Terwllliger funeral home,
Rev. M. A. Groves and Rev. F. L.
Cannell - officiating. Interment
Mrs, Harold Here Mrs. Ralph
Harold of Buena Crest, where she
is clerk of the school board, was
in the city yesterday and while
here called to confer with the
eounty school superintendent.
Foster Leaves Hospital Ches
ter Foster, 567 North Summer
street, was discharged from the
Deaconess hospital Saturday after
an illness of several months. . .
Divorce Granted Jean K. Sta
cy had been granted a divorce
from Violet M. Stacy and the
wife's maiden name, Violet Mar
ion Morgan, restored.
Reynolds Improving Senator
Lloyd Reynolds, who has been at
the Salem General hospital since
June 25. is improving, attendants
Whites at Seabeck Mrs. B. H.
White and Ivan White are in Sea
beck, Wash., yisltlag Eloste White
who Is leader at the girls' camp
Mrs, Schell Here Mrs. Lester
SchelL Portland, Is visiting her
brother, B. B. Herriek, who is at
the Willamette sanltorium.
Celebrator Arrested C. S. Goss-
er was arrested Friday night when
he drove along the city streets
popping the muffler on his car.
Son Born Mr. and Mrs. C. H
Shults of Woedburn are parents
ot a baby boy born Saturday at
the Salem General hospital.
To Mount Hood W. T. Rigdon
and Sidney Snyder are planning a
trip to Mount Hood this morning,
Fourth at Cascadia-B. E. Slsson
and C. P. Bishop and families
were among Salem people to
spend the Fourth at Cascadla.
From Talbot Esther Keiper
of Talbot was among the business
'Dr. H. T. Gentle In association
with the Salem clinic is now lo
cated at 1925 Myrtle avenue., and
is available for day and night
calls including Sundays and Hoi-(callers in the city Saturday.
Wants Insurance Money Mil
lie Williamson yesterday filed
with the county clerk complaint
against the Northwestern Fire
and Marine Insurance company
seeking Judgment -ot 3750 alleg
ed due as result of a fire which
destroyed property on which .she
held a policy with the company.
City View Cemetery
Established 1803 Tel. 1264
Perpetual care provided for
Have Accident Cars driven by
Esther Swartz, route 7, and H.-
E. Effenberger, Wanna, Oregon,
rata involved in a collision at the
intersection of Market and Sum
mer streets. In his report to police
Effenberger said Mrs. Swartz was
exceeding the speed limit.
Rock Hurt F. M. Rock suf
fered a slight head wound when
he was struck by a car driven by
(;. D. Curry. Argo hotel, at the
intersection of Liberty and Che
' raeketa streets Saturday, a report
with police shows.
I'atlent Improving Luke John
ston, who has spent the past week
in Salem General hospital, is re
ported improving in satisfactory
manner and it is expected that he
will be able to'return to his home
In' the course of 'another week.
1 Deckers Move L. E. Decker,
formerly principal of schools at
Setts Mills, is moving his family
to Tacoma this weekend. Chester
Lang tree will accompany them to
that city to spend Sunday and
Gray Belle, 440 State Street
Special dinner 50c.
Gray Belle dinner 75c.
Dinner do luxe $1.00.
For Dinner This Evening
Special Sunday dinner 31.00 at
the Marion Hotel today.
Special Fried Chicken-
Dinner today. The Spa.
Hotel Argo Dining Room-
Special chicken dinner, noon
Special Chicken Dinner-
Betty Lou Luncheonette, I to s
today, 1211 State.
Spring Fried Chicken
Dinner. Green Lantern Care,
1326 State Street.
A Park Cemetery
with perpetual care
Just tea minutes from the
heart of town
sition. line and balance of masses
are the same in photography.
Belle-, ea In Profession
When once started on this sub
ject, Miss Gnnnell was vibrant and
alive in her flow of words, and
one could not doubt her whole
hearted devotion to her profes
sion, in continuing her discussion
she said, "I truly believe In phot
ography lies the greatest possibil
ities of the future? The lense and
the delicate silver emulsion on the
film register more than outlines
it catches something within
the mind, yes, and even the very
soul ot the Individual la often to
be read from the photograph. Ex
pression, that fleeting quality, may
be caught instantaneously and
held feresjsr. A free-hand naintine
is after all some artists idea of
how he thinks a person looks, and
no three persons will agree la
their description of details of
an impression. On the other hand,
a photograph Is certain to be a
correct drawing of the Individual.
I have been requested by painters
to photograph an tadivldaal wham ;
they were painting. In order that
they might have an accurate Im
pression of the Individual's ex
pression and general characterist
ics. - .
With the coming of the photo
graphic canvas painting. Miss
nU believe, it will now be pos
sible tor every family to have a
genuine portrait painting of some
dear one occupying a place ot hon
or on the walls ot . the home,
whereas la the past it was only
the very wealthy or some one in
the ranks of president, or gover
nor of the state, who could afford
to commission an artist to make a
Miss Gnnnell studied the hand
ling of theatrical photography in
New York city, during the sum
mer ot 1922. being an ardent ad
mirer of dramatic studies by
Nicholas Murray ot Greenwich
Village. Here, she learned the
foundation for theatrical photo
graphy, which is a profession all
Its own. To take this work suc
cessfully an artist must feel the
dramatic effort of the subject, and
be in harmony with their inter
pretation and snoods. Miss Gnn
nell finds this very Interesting and
enjoys the extensive work she has
done with theatrical photography
in gajenu v "
As might . be ,s-A yosedy Miss
uuaaeu U not a westerner, but
came here from the central states
soon after completing school.
With a few exceptions of study In
New York city and California, she
has been in the Northwest since
her first arrival hsra
She has also taken part In the I
pnotographlc associations, having
been treasurer of the pacific Inter
national Photographic association.
In 1922 she was sent to Wash
ington, D. C, to the convention of
the Photographers association ot
America, as delegate from tne
Northwest Photographers' associa
tion. Aside from this, she has been
closely connected with the 'Willa
mette Valley association, bavins
been president ot this organiza
tion. Last fall Miss Gnnnell was
annotated to take charge ot the
nhotorraohie art department oi
the Oregon state fair.
Cuts Teeth at
The Age of 77
In Great Demand
Judging from calls received at
the court house tor squirrel p'pl:
son put up by the county fruit
inspector, grey diggers and squir
rels and are becoming consider
able of a pest to farmers now.;An
unusually large number of . calls
for the poison have been received
the past week. -
The average operating cost
per mile of a five-passenger ; car
in the United States is estimated
at six and one-halt cents. i
MONTESANO. Wash., July 5
(AP) Most people cease to
cut teeth at least ly thai time
they reach the age. of 0, but. ac
cording to word received ; here S.
J. De Wolfe of Fofds iraine. a
nearby village, who is 11 years
old. has lust cut seven new teem
and the eighth Is coming through.
. FREE VACATION .
AT THE BEACH
Including board and roam
to refined young lady In Ex
change for helping with cottage
work and care of 2-year-old
child. Call 879-J.
Paulus Bros. Packing Go.
Corner Trade od High Streets Telephone 2180
Like Finding Money !
30 cherry pickers
early Mon. morn.
Apply 497 Union St.
You need refriflreration: get the best. That means
The absolute silence, high quality, reliable efficiency and
economic operation of the
make it the best investment, the most satisfactory all around.
This week TWENTY DOLLARS off from regular retail price!
(Bring the coupon or entire ad.)
Good For $20.00
on the retail coat of a Gaa Electrolax Refrigerator
this week at Gas Salesrooms.
The Best Preparation of
its Kind, the
Softens and Whitens the Skin.
Removes Freckles and Tan.
Price 50c and 75c
The Original Yellow Front aaJ
Cadj Special Store of Salem
1S5 N. Commercial
Quality Pm. Conrieiy
I on the retail coat of a Gaa Electrolax Refrigerator ' J
Kthis week at Gas Salesrooms. . '
136 So. High St. Salem, Ore J
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Grants Kxtension An . order
has been given in circuit court
granting T. C. James until Aug
ust 10 to render a bill of excep
tions In his case against Roy H.
Rice and the Willamette Grocery
Marian Robinson Charged
The operator's license ot Marian
Robinson, 111 Chemeketa street,
was suspended for 10 days in po
lice court Saturday after her ar
rest on a reckless driving charge.
n tlOS, CaeJ Tnmitare
181 If. High
Ruby Sun's Gem Lucky
For Leo People
Hi Nl W
I think marriaf Is wonder
Me too! And no family: shoaM
be wttbont tt! , ; : , -
Ton will relish every mor
sel of the tempting, well
cooked foods we serve here
. daily. Oar mean always ia
" ' chides saggestioaa that ap
' peaL 4- - ; - --x
Chicken binner 50e
; 222 7i NComl -
Tk$ fliwiif rmbf aa Id adorn
AM ikt wkmUJmlf era era
TJLT, which feels the
full power of the
rammer sun, has aa
Its blrthstoaa the
Sun's own gem. the
Ruby, which la there
fore closely connected In maaie
lore and legend of the past with
the Sun's virtues benevolence.
aignity and the warm vitality of
the life force.
These are also the outstanding
qualities astrology associates with
persona bora between July 14 and
August 14. under the 8un'a sign
Leo, symbolized by the lion, or
who - have the sign dominant in
their horoscopes. These . persons
are fiery and magnetic, bold and
self-confident, exceedingly robust
and inclined to be dictatorial, and
yet with a sonny, kind outlook that
strong popular appeal.
Richard in. or "Richard the Lion-
hearted." aa he was depicted in ths
movie version et "Robin Hood." is
a good portrayal In broad strokes
f the Lee type.
Attracting others to them by
their magnetism and warm human
ity, they are bora leaders, and no
eaa la mere eoavtneed. ef this than
they are themselves. It is Intel
arable for them to accept dictation
from others, and they simply, have
to be the center ef Jhelr own spec
ial little antverae. , Aa long as this
precedence la accorded them, they
make the most cheerful, delightful
companions.- bet let ft be taken
away and the Immediate effect ts
as ef the sun going behind a very
As a taMsmaa the Ruby Is not
only supposed to enhance ths vir
tues of Leo persona, but to recon
cile any quarrels they may engage
la and to bring peace ef mind and
concord. It Is especially lucky aa
a health mascot. A Ruby is said
to have been the gem tie Hebrew
patriarch Abraham wore on a chain
around his neck for this purpose,
and when he died God placed tht
stone In the Sun. which was th
reason the ancients advanced foi
the health-giving power ot aolai
rays. The flower for the month oi
July Is the water Illy.
The Great Napoleon, born en
August IS, was a native of. te.
and ae Is President Hoover, whose
birthday Is August IS. The sign
also produced many writers, 'and
artists connected with the stage,
Including George Bernard Shaw la
Rngiand, and In this country, such
well-known actresses as Ethel
Barrymore, Julia Marlowe, Blllie
Burke, Pauline Frederick and Col-
1CB If 4Mbrsv
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