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The OREGON STATESMAN. Sakm; Oregon, Tuesday Morning September 30, 1930
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Many Register Ahotit ck
were Present last night, at
first meeting for enrollment
lor classes to be conducted here
tnls "Winter by the UnWersity of
Oregon i extension dWision. Fire
courses are offered, first classes
to meet this week. Courses ot
iered include abnormal and bor
iSin Psychology, creatlre
"writing, public sehool relations,
contemporary English and
American literature and coniza
tion and are epochs. According
to indications last night, enroll
ment In the psychology course
will be particularly heavy. Fur
ther information on the courses
may bo obtained from the city
school superintendent's office.
Those big black grapes now
tips at Pialo Vineyards three
miles north in Polk county.
Blame Plaintiffs R. E. Chit
tenden and A. M. Jerman,
against whom suit was brought
by Lloyd Bickell as result of an
accident which occurred near
Roberts station in August, 1929,
yesterday filed answer to Bick
ell's damage suit, alleging that
they were not responsible for
the accident, but that Bickell
nd Purl Nies, operator of the
car, were at fault because ef
negligence and carelessness in
operation of the machine: Nies'
ear had too many occupants,
seven persons and a dog-, the an
swer also states.
The Oregon Statesman one full
year by mail in Oregon, only
ihreo dollars per year. Offer good
for a limited time. .
Auto Thieves Active Automo
bile and accessory thieves made
way with one automobile and
accessories from two others over
the week end, it was reported to
the police. The car owned by
R. V. Foreman, 834 Center street
was stolen from North Commer
cial street Saturday night. It was
later recovered. George Howell of
Beverly Hills, Calif., had a wheel
and tire stolen from his car Sun
day night while the machine was
parked on Ferry street. Leo An
derson of Seattle reported the
theft of a roadlight from his car
parked at the Fairgrounds Satur
Dollar dinner etery night 6:45
to 8 at the Marion hotel.
Smith ta Kiw&li 1.. B. Smith
tit the Greater Oregon associa-
tion will be the tpeaRer ai me
Thursday noon session of the
Lions club, and will speak on
measures on the ballot. Lion
John Carkin, a transfer from
Medford, will introduce Smith.
Initiation for Governor A. W.
Norblad, Rev. H. C. Stover and
John Carkin will also be a iea
ture of the session. Next Thurs
day, October 9, first ladies' noon
luncheon of the season will be I
held at the Gray Belle, wlth'Les
Springer in charge ef arrange-
Miss Ann Ginther of the Col-
rtamoa mrnoration will cive
free facials all this week at Mil-
lev's. Phone 2397 for appoint-
Enreument junins aeveuij-
even new students appeared at
the high school yesterday morn-
lng, bringing the total so -iar
this year to around, luoo. eg-
titration In all the buildings
showed Eome increase yesterday.
bringing the total enrollment in
the nublit schools to near the
Want List Becke ft Hen-
drieks. See every day the States-
man's classified and our office
window 139 N. High.
Lkese9 Issued Three mar-
riage licenses were issued Bere
Monday to: Lewis fOOier, i.
and Alice Klecker, 24, both of
Ktavtnn? Fred Wintermantel, 21,
and Wilma Brown. 18. both of
Jefferson; Clarence C.lei'.sn, 23.
and Lydia Marshall, 19, both of
Mack's just reetived an enor
mous stock of fancy wool 1, 2 and
J-piece Le Vine frocks.
Cafeteria Opeus The high
school cafeteria, conducted by
the instructors and girls of the
cooking classes, served first
meals of the year Monday noon.
Many students and teachers
avail themselves of the conveni
of the school cafeteria.
Cafeterias are also operated in
Boys Released Arthur Grlf-
fln, 643 North Kellogg street and
Richard Bunnel, saiem, were
. , j .1 k. MnntT
g guilty to tampering with an
Leslie Brotherhood Meets
The first fall meeting of the Lea-
lie Methodist church brotherhood
u slated for tonight at 1:30. Fred
Wolf, principal of the senior high
WOir, principal oi
jcjrool.P will speak at this gather-
Comings Clinic Dr. Vernon
A. Douglas, county health offi
cer, yesterday conducted a 10x10-
atitoxln clinic for the pre
school children of the Lake La-
bish Japanese settlement.
Nixos To Mr, and Mrs. H. M.
Kixoa, Salem route three, a aw,
Mabel Eloise, born, September M.
vrtHra Ta Ur. and Mrs. D.
D. Mathews, . 140 North ln
street, a girl. Marilyn Alberta,
born September 18.
On 2193, Used Fslw,
Departmeatf -. 'j -
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V.h1118 M"T Teeth Dr.
Estill Brunk. rinntut hv
county publie health offices, con-
meTieCi. xamlations - in
107 child? -V?l' ex5ml?,nS
0 per cent ?a. B b0Ut
Fern Ridge, Oak Dale, Sublimity
n v i parochial schools, mar, George Hansen, and Ray
w Glen' Independence and mond Hannon, who were iarrest
Howell. Dr. Brunk is devoting ed at the fairgrounds Saturday
. jr. ay to work in the
rural districts and a half day to
ine corrective clinic conducted at
met health center here. School
examinations will last most of
letters to Teachers Letters
to an teachers in Marion coun-
tys publie schools were mailed
out yesterday from the offiea at
the county sehool superintendent I
to call attention to the annual
county teachers' institute to be
held here - next Monrfav and
Tuesday in the senior hixh bnild- I
mg. aii teachers are required Ior organization, first, student
by law to attend the institute, body assembly will be held Thurs
and salaries will be paid for full day and. Friday the girls' glee
time attendance ony, the letter club will gather.
states. . !
Gets Deer Salem men j aren't
NOTICE: The county clerk's having all the luck when it
office will be open from 8 a. m. comes to bringing down - the
to 8 p. m. daily from September coveted deer. Peggy McDowell
29 to the evening of October 4 to killed a seven point buck in the
register voters. This also applies Fremont national forest section
to all wbe have moved and worn- In eastern Oregon,
en who have married. U. G. , , v ,
Boyer, County Clerk Card ' Thanks We wish to
r thank our friends for the beautl-
Paper Work Popular About ful floral oferings and kind sym
60 high school students appeared pathy extended us during our re
yesterday for Clarion newspaper cent sorrow. Mrs. H. Christoffer
instructlons preliminary to staff son and family.
trvont. With thla manv ' itn.
dents Interested fn earning iu.
es on the student nnhiiratiAn.
the editor, riara Lvona h am.
pie material from which to pick
a competent staff. The first
paper will be issued October 10.
For this issue students trying
out whese name begins with let- . . c, , , T '
ters from A to K will furnish the ,auJ??I? pCa
mntoHai e Monday morning for Palo
' Alto. Calif., where he will re-en-September
29, 1930 ter Stanford university. He was
We wish to thank our many on the campus there part of last
friends for their kindness and spring term.
STST, J't.m,a.,eau": Mack's lust received an enor-
recent bereavement in the loss of
our dear mother. Mrs. B. J. Mor-
Making Partition -Partitions
hich will give each of the
rnrtma f thir m . h,;nJed- According to word from the
school supervisors neat office
constructed in the large office
room at the senior high school
just off the superintendents of-
lice. nereioiore, DOlO me eie-
ineuiary ana seconaary supervis
or have occupied the one large
room, which has .not been satis
factory from standpoint of deal
ing with children and parents
who come before one of the su
Extra large long leaf bread
wrapped !!; Bake Rite Bake-
Wants More Time A. D
Candland. who has brought suit
against J. H. Campbell, has
asked the court for additional
time in which to file verified
statements of accounts alleged
in the comnlalnt. Inasmuch as
ne Candland, lives outside the
county and spends as traveling
salesman, a good deal of time
on the road. The suit Is to col-
alleged due on a
Reports Accident L. 8. Mur-
diok of Brooks, yesterday report
ed to the sheriff that car bear
ing license 25-538 ran Into Mur
dlck's car at Brooks Sunday.
Fred Pierce of Kalama, Wash.,
also reported damage to his car
w Vi An a v rvvli aoh ai 4) 4n A Via a A
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h, gHway Monday noon.
ge Fat Boy Cake Eater with
fountrv Store. Masonic Temnle.
Oct. 1. Benefit Hannah Rosa
Court. Admission 25e.
Weekend at Coast Among
Salem folk at the coast Sunday
were Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Aller,
ana their guest, J. C. Aller of
Livingston, Mont. The visitor is
the father of C. C. Aller, man
ager of the telephone company
Move to Salem Mr. and Mrs.
A. R. Porter and six children are
here to live and will move today
into the residence at 1595
Broadway. They came here
from near Spokane, Wash.
Benefit nlav. Order Amaranth
at Masonic Temple Oct. 1, admis-
... . .
examinations for girls at the sen
morning and will continue
A Douglas and Dr. Carl Em-
mons are in charge.
R-ttu, Mr and
R1? JVT0 TSf.
Mrs. James Ball who were visit
i . ., WMv latt
Shade during UK
Pills and Kidney
Widely used In kidney and
bladder complaints, Irritabll
Ky of the bladder, scaWlng
ariae os difficult or patnfal
urination, incontinance; also
mneveeUed as a Mood purifier
by its action of cleansing the
kidneys (blood filters). '
" Kidney Pilb 50c
. Kidney and Bladder ;
' ' Home of the
. Penslar Agency j
1S5 . OssnnnercUl
Men's VollejbIl gUrt Win-
tar yolleybali play for business
men of first and second class rat
ing, as to ability, begins : at the
Y.M.C.A. this erening at 5:30 and
will continue earn succeeding
Tuesday and Thursday at this
hour, according to "Bob j Board-
man' nT8lcal "tor.
country Store. Benefit play
ky Mt. Hood players of Portland
,or Hannn Rosa Court. Masonic
Drank at Fair, Charge J. Del-
night on charges of being drunk,
were released from the city Jail
Sunday when they gave Slo bail
apiece to appear Monday. They did
not appear to answer the charges,
Margaret's Baby Shop at 415
Court street is having a rug deny
onstration Wednesday, Thursday
Classes to Meet First meeting
t toe senior high sophomore
I class na3 Den scheduled for the
(home room activity neriod today.
The juniors will meet Wednesday
M. O. A. Directors Plan
ITo make plans forthe annual T.
M. C. A. membership enrollment
which is tentatively set to start
wclooer ine Doara Vl niiwors
I0' tn association are to meet at
ft1 bunding Tnursaay noon.
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Finish Gradinc Soon It Will be
n ""if," Jf-ad- -??J??
' ll,:",ulub lu '
to rent see rental list of
eecke & Hendricks every day on
1aaRlHoH nan nf Stittoamtn:
Marriage Performed Judge J.
C. Siegmund performed a cere
mony yesterday uniting In mar
riage Fred Wintermantel and
fWllma Brown, both of Corvallls.
Estate Clewed Final account
of Sigurd I. Moe, administrator
of the estate of Lisbeth Moe, has
been approved and the adminis
Needham Visitor O. D. Need-
I ham, patrolman of . road,. district
I No. 38, was in the city yesterday
from his home in the Rosedale
Week End Visitors Mr. and
Mrs. Lloyd McDonald and Miss
Lillian Ward ef Portland were
weekend visitors here.
Gertrude Swlenink died Sep
tember 28 at the residence, 105
East Miller street, aged CO
years; wye of Garreth; mother
SJ V wienma oi bnerwooa.
ranri nricn mmw;, ocy
tember 30, at 2 p. m. from the
W. T. Rigdon and Son mertu-
I ry, Rev. Luella M. La Valley of-
ficiatlng. Interment City View
Carlton Schroeder died Sep
tember 28 at the residence on
route eight, age three months..
infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Al
fred S. Schroeder. Funeral serv-
ices were held September 128 at
2:30 p. m. .from the residence,
I Rev. Fletcher Galloway officiat
ing. Interment was made at the
I. O. O. F. cemetery.
City View Cemetery
Established 1893 . Tel. 1200
Perpetual care provided tor
Prices Reasonable i
II M m m -w"' j
Jast ten minutes frosa itfco
heart of town ; ' ! t
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m i sj ksw. srwn nansn u r is
PLAN FOR NEW
Senator McNary Outlines his
Project for Obtaining
Funds From Building
Senator Charles McNary came
back Monday to the chamber oN
commerce the one-time Board
of .Trade of which he was presi
dent Encouraged by the laudatory
remarks of State Treasurer Kay
who Introduced him and the pres
ence of 140 of his fellow towns
men, he brought a message of a
great, new state capltol project
and followed it with his own pic
ture of the ultimate canalization
of the Willamette river.
By me as of the ceding of fed
eral lands back to the state of
Oregon in a total valuation of
from 130.000,000 to $50,000,000,
Senator McNary is reasonably
confident revenues can be secur
ed for a new state capitol project.
He said he would endeavor next
term of the senate to get the bill
favorably passed upon in commit
tee. The approval of Secretary of
Agriculture Hyde for the transfer,
the senator thinks could be ob
tained, and he stated Monday that
he had already secured the prom
ise of assistance from State For
"With such lands to sell or
bond," the senator declared "we
could bring to the state of Oregon
a capitol worthy of its great des
tiny; the finest capital building
of any western state."
Outlook Good for
Now is the time to strike for
development of the western riv
ers, said the senator. It is not
impossible but rather feasible
that the river can be deepened to
two and one-half feet all the way
to Eugene, the senator said.
"Congress is looking west
ward," said McNar. "We have
cooperated with the east in its
development of. rivers; we can
now expect reciprocation on our
Senator McNary launched his
address with reference to the He-Nary-Haugen
bill which he de
clared "could be resurrected if
present efforts fall."
"I believe in fair play, howev
er," said the senator. "Congress
adopted the suggestion f Presl
dent Hoover and appointed a farm
board. I believe we should not
amend or repeal this act until it
has had a fair trial.
"The board fell upon evil
times. It has not yet had a chance
to prove itself."
Here Last Week
One hundred and seventy-six
men and 15 women were connect
ed with jobs last week throuxh
the agency of the United States
employment service, of which Sim
Phillips Is local director. Most of
the persons aacared seasonal
Switches Plates, Said For al
legedly switching license plates
rrom one automobile to another,
Frank Monner, 729 North Liberty
istreet, was arrested Mondnay.
Judgment Satisfied Satisfac
tion of judgment In the case o
Charles J. Zerian ts. C. O. Ens
ley was filed with the county
Clinic Today Regular ehest
and milk handlers' elinie will be
held this afternoon at the Salem
heath center, and Dr. Walts n
for sale, 275 Hood St.,
Dr. Oban L&m Oti
aM Modirtne. 189
X. OMUncrclal St,
S1b. Offlc koara
TsMday 1 to 7 pji.
Satwday, 11 to 7
Every Pattern in Our Store
Wall Paper and Prices to Suit Everybody
154 South Commercial St Tel 594
BUY YOUR PAINT AT A
work In the agricultural fields.
Men registering for work num
bered 293, an 25 women sought
Of the men, 18 who registered
were common laborers, Hhree
were carpenters, 203 agricultur
al laborers, two cooks, one kitch
en worker and four chauffeurs.
One carpenter, one kitchen work
er, 44 common laborers, one
woods laborer and 128 agricultur
al laborers found Jobs.
APPLE HB IS
TO START LOCSLLY
Canning of apples locally will
start early In October according
to Ray Tocom, manager of Reld,
Murdoch ft Company. The princi
pal supply of apples will be sh!p
ed in here from Med ford.
Wenatchee and Takima both
have good crops and Hood River
has a better crop than many it
has obtained in years before," Yo-
com said yesterday. "One feature
of the crop is that the cold season
has lessened the late crop of
worms and the cull crop seems
to be extra clean this year and
this Is. particularly true of the
Med ford district where we will
get our principal supply for run
ning, this fall. I understand the
apple pack generally in the can
neries will sot be very heavy but
we plan to put up a fair pack.
Will Parley on
The Hollywood Community
club will. meet for its regular din
ner session tonight at the Fat
Boy barbeque at 7 o'clock and
following the dinner hour will go
into a conference for the purpose
of discussion of community top
ics of vital interest.
It is expected that the topic of
the moment tonight will be the
recent agitation for municipally
owned electric rower for Salem.
P. M. Gregory, president of the
club, expressed the opinion that
the members of the club would
like to know more about the
power project and would take
this opportunity to start gather
ing some information.
Members of the state supreme
court returned here Monday from
Pendleton where they held the fall
term of court for the eastern Ore
gon district. All members of the
court, with the exception of Just
ice Brown attended.
While at Pendleton Chief Just-
Ice Coshow attended a meeting of
the Oregon Judicial council.
TWO BABIES BORN
SILVERTON, Sept. 29 Two
baby girls were born at the Sil-
verton hospital during the past
week's time. One was born to
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Olsen and the
other to Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hoff
stetter. The Hoffstetters make
their home on Valley View farm
MOTOR TO HOOD RIVER
f HUBBARD, Sept. 29. Mr.
and Mrs. A. R. Bevens, Miss
Anita Bevens and Miss Gnnga-
dene Bldgood motored to Hood
River on Sunday. They were
guests of Clifford and Melvln
Mitts who are working In the
apple orchards there.
L. M. Smith was lodge in the
county jail Monday afternoon
awaiting further hearing in jus
tice court on a forgery charge.
: Smith was arrested at the state
fairgrounds Sunday, having had
in his possession a credit card on
an oil company bearing the name
of Mrs. C. B. Porter of Dallas.
Smith claimed that Mrs. Porter
gave him the card and authorised
him to sign checks with her name,
but Mrs. Porter, over the tele
phone Monday, denied any such
Smith is said to have been an
inmate of the Oregon state pen
itentiary at one time. He gave
his home yesterday as Yakima,
Wash. He said he became ac
quainted with Mrs. Porter when
he boarded at her mother's home
for a ftv days.
Smith .admitted the auto he was
driving was not paid for. Police
are investigating his claim that
it belongs to a Washington doc
tor. W.C Hawley to
Congressman W. C. Hawley,
chairman of the powerful ways
and means committee of the
house, is the speaker this noon
at the Salem Kiwanis club. He
will discuss the making of the
Hawley-Smoot tariff which only
recently became effective.
The attendance award for the
day is to be given by Dr. George
H. Alden of Willamette university.
Dr. Alden has served Kiwanis as
a district trustees.
Faced by Pair
Mr. and Mrs. John Herman
were brought into justice court
here Monday charged wilh sale
Special Purchase Sale of Newest
Three piece knitted suits specially pur
chased for this sale arrived and will go on
sale today at nine o'clock. These are truly
wonderful values 1 All are direct from east
ern fashion centers . . . crisp and new.
Your favorite brown, green (ericket), blues,
winetones, black and white, etc. Three piece
and as smart as fashion's best ... as com
fortable as an old sweater ... a worthwhile
saving. (Sizes 14 to 20) Main Floor.
For School, Business, Sports.
of Intoxicating liquor. They
pleaded not guilty and asked time
to consult an attorney.
Justice Brasier Small set Her
man's ball at $500 which he fur
nished. Mrs. Herman was re
leased on her own recognisance.
Jesse Payton oi
When Jesse Payton, who lives
on route two out from Valseta,
gave a local clothing store a
check for $20 for a suit Saturday
and took possession of the goods.
he probably thought he was get
ting along famously.
' Payton's tronmes began Mon
day wtih his arrest and his ap
pearance in justice court.
The charges are forgery, Payton
having no account in the local
bank on which he drew the check.
Last night he spent in the
county jail under $2500 ball re
quirements which he was unable
to meet. His hearing will co.ne np
later this week.
SILVERTON, Sept. 29. Mrs.
H. H. Ballengrud, who has . been
confined to the local hospital for
the past 12 weeks, was taken to
her home on East Hill Monday.
Mrs. Ballengrud Is reported as be
ing .considerably improved.
Puts New Life Into
Dull, Tired, Faded Skin
Just a little Calonite powder
sprinkled on a wet cloth and
rubbed gently over the face be
fore retiring will clear the pores
of all dirt and dust and oily ac
cumulation, preventing black
heads. It puts new life into
dull.'tlred skin, so you will enjoy
a good night's rest. (Adv.)
SALE OF BLANKETS TODAY!
Heavy Double Cotton, $1.98
Large size, heavy bed blankets go on sale today at SI. 98 . . .
these are seconds of Naehua 13.25 and up. Plain grey and tan
with colorful borders.
SALE OF FULL FASHIONED HOSE
TODAY at 89c
Full fashioned silk and rayon to top hose on sale in basement '
today at SJe pair. All are perfects. All are newest talT shades.
Fine gnage . . . a beautiful quality. All sixes.
SALE OF TOWELS TODAY!
1000 SECONDS PNCY BATH TOWELS
Your Choice, t9c Each
1,000 balk bath towels (seconds) go n sale today in bargain
square at le each. (Ereryone worth I5e or more) Fancy
plaids In heary quality. Come early for best eholce.
Free Facials by Courtesy Colonial Dames -
Rev. Parker to
Rev. B. Earle Parker, recently
chosen pastor of the First Metho
dist church here, ,is to speak to
morrow noon at the Rotary cluo.
Dr. Parker tor many years has
been a Rotarian and his name is
listed for membership loyally.
The following week R. O. Snell
lng has charge of the program,'
and Lief Bergsvik will be tbe five
At the Wednesday meeting,
Eleanor M. Moore will sing. She
will be accompanied by Ruth Bed
428 OREGON BUILDING
Permanent Wave $4.00
Shampoo and Finger
Wave .. 1.00
Shampoo : .50
Eyebrow Arch .35
Hot Oil Shampoo .75
Long Hair Shampoo.. .75
Henna Pack 1.00
Henna Rinse .50
Water Wave ,50
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