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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (July 23, 1930)
Programs Mark Last Day of
Sessiorip Successf ul V
f v jernv Reported-r ;y
8ummer grade school session la
Saloi via come to close, this
morning, when -report cards will
be,? distributed-- Miss - Carlotta
Crowley has been direc.or. la -.era!
of the rooms programs -vers
held : yesterday, marking the en 1
of the gammer daya study
The fifth .sad sixth graders at
Grant, taught by Bearnies Skeen,
presented . tn original play, de
picting the Oight of the Oral
Zeppelin, Its stops and -something
of the nature of the countries in
v A. pageant rerolring about tbe
history . of printing . and writing
was siren at Grant by Miss Mari
an Barnaul's seventh graders and
Miss May Ranch's eighth graders.
At Park school,- the -fifth and
sixth grades taught 4y Miss Doro
thy Taylor held open bonse and
prodaeed a program : built about
the water-project - which f hare
woren Into their studies for the
session. The fourth grade at Park
gars a play on foods, subject of
tne project studied under direction
of the. teacher, Miss Era Hem-
don. iir,.r-.:,.:,r..w-. ;;
; An unusually fine summer
school session has been enjoyed
this year, with attendance and In
terest maintained to an unusually
high degree." Miss Crowley said
yesterday. She has been particul
arly pleased In baring on her crit
ic staff a somber of good" teachers
itwbs oatsioe tbe state.- '. ,
Salem Receives -
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e of Heat
week - ago Salem - people
breathed sirha ' of rut mnA
thankfulness for local cool weath
er aa they ; read orer reports of
deaths and prostrafns resulting
from - the intense heat wave
sweeping orer the east and mid
Monday and - Tuesday loeal
weather condition came into the
limelight ... of . public" attention
when the mercury began to rise.
Monday it -reached ft, while
Tuesdsy It was boosted two de-
' trees more to 92. Residents be
gan to shed eoata.
At that the 12 reached Tuesdsy
s throe degrees lower , than the
eeord of 95 degree reached Fri
ay. July 12.
m?v valve - in numLGoimi i; i
One of Butck's four new series uAth
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' StroPDi Eitrbt Envinet litisl J,1J nJ: -lJvi.L-.
is priced $200 lower, than last year's Buich six. It .
msjoweprice VaJpe-in-HeaJ Strai&tEi&L' r;
Buick, winner of
maker of fine cats. vsill toon MiMim
row wries of Stxalght Eits protiding turtity imxioa
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iiStttigt &ghtittrethhg pttotasice bt'tatptsslag crea
, . the Imest prerioos Dnicks! -Tith new Syncro-Mesh TrAni
; ; ; gnittions Axsuriii? the Mfiect Am r 'wt.
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James Mitehell (without hat;
jrtuffe4;ibedy,e Lilliaa Mae-
Donald into n furnaco in the
building where both were eta-
Sloyed In Portland, Maine. He
shown undexTguard being led
i Last call for elerks of Marion
eounty . school districts to get
their annual reports Into the
hands of the county , school super
intendent was sounded 4 emphat
ically yesieraay by Mrs. Kary U
PulkersoBr superlntendeaU. These
reports were all due fire days af
ter the annual election, which
occurred the middle of Jane.
New the saperlatendeat is
about to resort to sending after
some of the mlulng reports,' and
In erery Instance .where she has
to send an officer after the do
uments, the . expense therefore
will be charged to the school dis
trict, she warns. .
Without the absent books, the
superintendent's' office cannot
complete its annual report to tbe
Miss Emma Berg
In New Position
BRUSH CREEK. Jnlv It
Brush Creek visitors at Rrelten-
bush Springs this summer report
mat tney round Hiss Emma Berg,
erstwnue Brush Creek teacher,
hostessing at the Springs hotel.
more than tvin st mim Un
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, w u WW jntaigTCO XXKUeS DT tttntt i
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across police courtyard, hand- -
Inspects Richard J. "
Nugent. The voutli hibeai'
held without bafl. An irate t
crowd gathered . outside - of
ceurtheiwe yelling threats. I
Miss j . Berg, at the time " she
taught school In the Brush Creek
district was lirlng with her par
ents ": at Silrerton.' L- Tater thw
mored to 'Canby and she Attend-
ea uregon .Agncuitural college.
After her graduation, she taught
near Canby. She expects to spend
this summer at Breitenbush. ' ' "
Sift Up: Plan
ST. LOUIS; July 22.(AP)
The monoplane ."Greater St;
Louia ; Idled - erer Lambertpfit.
Lpuls field - tonight, the second
night up for Dale Jackson and
Forest CBriae, dethroned endur
ance flight champions who hope
to regain first laurels with a today-sustained
At 7M1 p. m. the airmen had
passed S hours of their Ion
stretch. The motor, throttled
down to 15 miles an hour, was
CONE QALIJSP BEYOND
LYONS, July 22 Wednesday,
Mrs.. U. 8 Berry reeelred a tele
gram, telling of the death of her
father, of Fresno, California.' -
- - Mr, Cone baa been in in health
the past year. . His son W." X
Cone of Mill City spent the early
part of the year In California with
his father and family. . i
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OREGON STATESMAN, Sabry Ureyca, Wcgaesy irorniag, Jcly 23, ISSr
' Three negatlro argameats were
filed In the state department here
Tuesday In connection with the
neasnre to go. on: the Fallot at
the NorembeT .election, , f'r
the Rogue rlrerfi to r coaunerdal
Cshing. . These arguments were
filed : by the Commercial Flaher
fea aasoelatieB aiacleay restate
company, . and 'the state .federa
tion of labor. , -
W. -8. i TTRen."1 Portland" Attor
ney; the Greater Oregoa associa
tion and 191 other seraons. head.
W by J. C AJnsworth of Portland,.
rued arguments against the inltln
tlre measure autboriatag the ere
atlon of people's water power dis
tricts la Oregon,
The Greater Oregon Association
filed- an argument, against - the
state Income tax measure which
was referred .to the Voters by the
. Two arguments also were filed
against the constitutional amend
ment proriding for a cabinet form
of gorernment In Oregon! One of
these;was- filed by the leglalatire
interim committee, while the oth
er was tiled bribe stale federa
tion of labor and a namber "of
i The time tor filing negatiTe ar
guments on measures and amend
ments Hto go. On the ballot at the
Norember election expired Tues
day night. The arguments will
be published prior to the general
election. - '
Real Bar With
. Real Liquor Is
- Found on Train
' HELENA, Mont; July 22r
fitted p with a bar and contain-
ing quantity ox seer and Uauor
U In the possession of Hontana's
prohibition heAdauartera. .
The car'waa seised at Lewls-
lown aunng a lodge coarention.
Elmer . Clark, alleged bartender In
the rolling bar room. Is under
arrest - . -
ISKJGY Vfcrxm mmv
SILVERTON, - July 22 Mr; and
strs. au o. Meison chaperoned a
small group of yonng folks at a
delightful picnic outing on Oswe
go Lake Sunday afternoon. Boat
ing 'and swimming were the at
tractions of the dar'Th
folks accompanying Mr. and Mrs.
Nelson were their, daughter. Miss
rranees. Miss Cora Gopwrud, In
gn Goplerud. Inex Lee, Althea
Meyer, Ludrlg Meyer, Carl Gople
rud. John Birch, and Norman
riiiisii'i rue tS. .
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Many Joys of Yi M; Cdmp :
i Told by
Swimming im birthday suits,",
snipe i hunting, and - sports are
only a few of the ' features en-
Joyed by boys At the'T. M, C. A.
camp et Oceaaside. Darld Comp
ton. Statesman corresnondent at
fthe camp.' tells all about tbm fun
n us Utter which follows; .,"..
I'm so : full et , breakfast ifa
hard to write. We had Oga,-paa-eakea.
- butter, syrup. :'- oatmeal,
milk, -cocoa, .They teed you well
bat you pATi to tot the mirk.
You. are - graded pa ererything
from table manners to aettina bb
in the moraine. ,
This morning three of the
bright boys were not out on time
for setting ap, and they . had to
go. without pancakes. It nsually
cures them. Also six boys from
some of the swell families failed
to wash their face and comb their
hair and brush their teeth. They
were also on prisoners table. They
don't want on again : once they
are on.-It cures 'em proper.
For State Fair
The Ashley' Cook concert band
of Portland has been engaged by
the state fair board to furnish
music during the state fair late in
September of this year. .
Bank at Har per
The Harper State bank in Mal
heur county, with capital stock of
$15.e and surplus of flttO.
has closed its doors, according t3
announcement made- at the state,
banking department Deposits of
the bank aggregated 44,S7S. . J.
Shoes & Oxfords
MEN! At Bishop's you riU find the largest and most diyersified stock of Men's
Shoes and Oxfords in this vaUey. We are showinff two of the finest lines of Men's
Bpyiishoea at a mgh's store- Ciuaranteed, careful courteous kf itting : r&-
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Flbli GIil A
Testerdsy we went in" awim
mlng : with our birthday suits. In
the ocean; b-r-r-r! . ', The kids
looked : like: angels -fluttering
. At the eampfire Jaat- night,
each, boy had Chance to tell a
story. ' Serersl Interesting - stories
were tteld by Joe Hershberger,
Burt Pop't Crary, the camp cook,
Mr. Crnmley and "Doe - Thompson.-
Mr. Crjtmley took -charge ot
the fire. . We - bAre one' erery
'- JL baseball league . Is being or
ganised and with Ned Hale, Louie
"Piestretcher? ; Bean, Pete Dy.er
and ? Joe Oerur, - choosing their
teams. - " . - . ,
. . pntt Barret and Ed Busick are
reducing rapidly. Phil tried to
be a mountain goat yesterday and
attempted ; to ellmb .a Tertical
cliff. Kd Busick. Is now chasing
files to reduce. J
There will be more news to
D. Fairman was president of the
Tiokham" Gilbert,' assistant
state superintendent of banks-, is
in charge of the bank pending 11
quidatioB. Woodburn Guests
WOODBURN; July 22 Miss
Ruth Bauer of Marcola, Oregon,
waa risiting at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Roy Tyson, last week.
A sister ot Mrs. liayme Coch
rane, Mrs. Richard X SewelL and
her sen, -Richard Junior, are ris
Itlng Mrs. Cochrane at her home
ea Garfield -street Sewell's lire
In Henry, Illinois.;
Bostbnian Foot Savers
Nettleton's at $l00
Men's Work Shoes
.Leather and Composition Soles
?C FliS ff SET;
I Serenty six fire were set to.
the Williams creek district of Jo
sephine county within period of
three dayv - according to -. Lynn
Cronemlller. state forester, vwho
returned - here Tuesday ? from
GranU Pass.. 'Forty, of the fires
were set to one. day,
-J Cronentmec : aaid that . most ot
the fires had been extinguished,
whUe those still burning were un
der : controLV Grazing ? interests
wera blamed for the incendiarism.
Hazardous conditions also were
reported ' In Coos county, where
the rainfall la 2 0 ' inchea , below
normal. - - "V: ..".-? f-'-- ,
Conditions In other parts of the
state are satisfactory, CrohemU
ler said. - - ' "
Dies Here After
Margaret M. Kibbe: for 21
years a resident of Salem, died
Tuesday at the home of her son.
F. D. Kibbe. after, an Illness ex
tending orer a period of eight
months.. She waa 81 years old. "
u Funeral serrlces will, be held.
from .the. Clou gh-Tay lor chapel
Saturday 'altenibon at 2 o'clock
with interment at Cty View cem
Mrs. Kibbe leares two sons.
WlUard J. Kibbe. New Tork, and
r. D. Kibbe. Salem; a daughter,
Mrs. Grace Wilcox, Independence;
a cousin, Mrs. George Smith, Sa
te m;slx grandchildren and fire
great-grandchildren. T She - was
bem In' Oppeaheim, New Tork,
October 2, 1I4S. coming west to
Oregon 21 years ago. -
and Bostonian at $7ato $10.00
- Talks t o o
-' Salem ; will go . to . almost any) ;
trouble to keep Its guests out fcf r
trouble, or If they get In, to heltf '
them out At least the chambetf
of commerce wilt . - v .... '
; Monday Mark Poulsen, city to
comer, ikciicu iwr ukidb -
tor mercy in the treatments of si
traffic : law; of fender it went
something' like this: t - -,
' Drj : Wainbach of' Portland
attending, the. state meeting, ot
the' Oregon Naturopathic assocla
."He -wag so interested ln.tfceJ
program that he forgot : about
parking his car In the downtown;
section . : " . .-. itsr-" ( ".
"In the interest of harmony ari
good will, wont yoa please exer
cise mercy? Very truly youra, C3
E. Wilson, manager Chamber of
commeree'-'v- fc-:. V"''; -
Underneath la two lines Dr. A!
bert Slaughter, president of tht
naturopathic . association and J
Portland man had written; "I
sincerely join ' In the a bore ..re
quest i- Thanks."- - . .
Recorder Poulsen exercleedj
Tone Read- -
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.Eyeglass Insurance and tbor
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