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Tht. OREGON STATESMAN,1 Salera, Oregon, Thursday Morning, Jaacary 22, '1931
1 Hany at Clinic r Fourteen pre
school children appeared at the
special clinic held at the Salem
health center yesterday afternoon.
The clinic was scheduled for chil
dren who will enter school at mid
year. Other preschool children
who will go to school In February
should be brought to the regular
clinics at the local health . center.
Appointment for them should be
made by phoning 2288.
Willamette Freshmen Elect
Charles Cianoll. president;. Mil
dred Kester, rice-president ; Paul
ine Lockhart, secretary; Louis
Hershberg er, . interclass -rivalry
manager; Kenneth Oliver, parilla
mentarlan, are the officers of the
freshman class at Willamette uni
versity, elected Wednesday. Other
classes elected last week, and Nel
lie Badley was elected Junior class
vice-president Wednesday. .
Giant Blooming Pansies, Sa
lem's Petland. -;:
New Larmer Warehouse D.
A. Larmer will erect a S20,00
warehouse to take the place of the
one destroyed by fire some time
ago according to building permit
records. II. can is me ouuaer.
I Already, considerable . progress
has been made on the structure
-which, will be strictly fireproof
and will be built so that addition
al stories may be constructed. );
Suit galas Bllgh United Ar
tists corporation has ". filed suit
against Prank D. BUn. formerly
of the Capitol theatre, to recover
a total of 16.500 alleged due as
breach of contract, arising out of
failure of defendant to use In the
theatre here, six films which the
plaintiff claims Bligh agreed to
use at prices ranging : from f 200
to 1,750. : j
To Speak on Unemployment
John Rudin,-winner of the Wil
lamette university contest for the
state ; extemporaneous speaking
contest to be held In Monmouth
JJarch 15, will speak on some
phase of the unemployment prob
lem. I Rudin Is being coached by
Prof. II. E. Rahe of Willamette.
Larceny Reported Lester Bur
goyne, 960 Mill street, reported
to the police that on Monday night
between 7 and 4 o'clock someone
stole a pair of men's black : kid
rioves and a kodak from' his car,
I which was parked at the-corner
i of Chemeketa and Church streets.
i I Much Improved According ; to
word from Portland, Mrs. P.: F.
Stolihelse, patient at the Good
Samaritan hospital there, Is great-
i ly Improved, and is now making
splendid recovery from a major
r operation performed about 10
See rental list Becke & Hen
1 dricks on classified page, also In
office window. 189 N. High.
r Bale Reported W. I. Needham,
i guardian of Jarvls. Needham.1 in-
l; sane, has reported to the county
' innrt sale of estate property to
W.s E. Dunkle for $1700. The
guardian asks that February 7 be
set as time tor hearing
' To Move Dwelling A building
permit for a. dwelling; moving Job
costing 1225 wag Issued Wednes
day at the city engineer's office.
The dwelling will be located at
4S7 Union street, and is owned by
R. H. Miller. j
. Young Hutcheon Here Robert
; Hutcheon, Jr.. is visiting his fa
! ther, R. Hutcheon. this week. The
I young man is a sailor on the TJ. S.
' S. Tennessee now t Bremerton
. and Is home on furlough. , j
Transcript Filed Transcript
of Judgment in the case of C M.
Pierson vs. E. F. Kerschner, j
heard in Multnomah elreult court,
has been filed with the county
clerk here, j
Stole Clothes Wes Ellis, of
I70 North Church street, report
ed to the police that a blue over
coat, a light hat and a red scarf
were stolen from the St. Joseph
pre-hatching sale, Salem's Pet-land.-
Investigation- Walter McPber
son and James Luse. were held
Wednesday for Investigation by
police officers. They .were later
released.. . ,:,,-r 11'
Worth Wl&i C. W. Paulus,
Clark Jackson and K. C. Geartn
have put on-an appraisal value of
$6154.78 on the estate of Lee M.
Lane. J ' . ;
License I Sought C. B. Mur
ray has filed with the county
court application for a renewal of
the license for .dance hall of the
SUverton Hills Community dub.
To Recover Money Mortgage
foreclosure complaint has been
filed by the Federal Land Bank of
Spokane against John Laue and
others. ' -, ; ;
Attachment Made In case
of Marie Steinkamp vs. ' Charles
White, writ has been filed show
ing attachment has been made on
property of defendant.
i From Corvallls Lee Bennett,
manager of the Mountain States
Power company of Corvallls,
spent Wednesday In Salem, r
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Strausbaugh To Mr. and Mrs.
Frank McKlnley Strausbaugh. . a
girl. Carmen Elaine, born January
It. at the home, 645 South 19th
Or. Cbta Lam Chi
nes Mtdleln. 180
N. Coatmereial St,
Skleia. Offtc fccr
Tery Sunday S:SO
ta 6: SO -. artng
th sMatbs at Dee.
and Jan. ,
, Vlslta ; Taylor School County
Superintendent Mary LTFulker
son visited the Taylor ; school,
tucked away back. In the hills
Tuesday, t To get In, the superin
tendent made a three-mile hike,
and she reports the wagon trail
road going into the section where
the school Is was about the most
muddy road she has. come across
in many years. Only two of the
three pupils of the school were
In attendance Tuesday; the third
one- was at home keeping- com
pany with the chickenpox. i All
the pupils ' are , from , the same
family. iars. Fulkerson also vis
ited the Mill City school.
, t Diplomas Ready Soon : The
county superintendent's office has
issuea eigntn grade diplomas to
Edna Katterson of Turner j and
Zelma Eby , of Clear Lake,1 as re
sult of the mid-vear eighth rrade
examinations held last week. All
papers have been corrected, and
other diplomas will be sent out
as soon as other grade j reports
needed are received. All returns
on the examination will be in the
malls by- the end of this week.
: Salvage Brick About 40,000
brick were salvaged from the old
walls of the Derby building, occu
pied by. the Archerd 'Implement
company, according to f report.
Only 8000 more brick will, be
needed for the new structure now
going up. The brick was salvaged
from the ' walla which were caved
In during a recent wind; storm.
The building was gutted 'by ' fire
several weeks ago. .
Debate Tonight -The Salem
high school affirmative ! debate
team, composed of Howard Tee
pie and Harold Prultt", - will de
bate the SUverton . high negative
at the high school auditorium
here tonight, beginning at 8:00
o'clock. The question is the chain
store. The debate Is open; to the
public This is the second j debate
of the season, the negative hav
ing won a week ago over" Dallas
by a two to one decision.
Canary i singer bargains; Pre
hatching sale. J .
Meeting Scheduled The first
regular monthly meeting, of the
Marlon county public health as
sociation since late fall will, be
held next; Wednesday at the Spa,
beginning at 1 o'clock, said Mrs.
John Ballantyne of SHrerton,
acting president, who was . in
town yesterday. At the meeting
next week reports on the seal
sale will be presented and nomin
ating committee for thei annual
election in May will be appointed.
Meeting Postponed The West
Salem P. T. A. meeting scheduled
for Friday evening lias been post
poned until Friday, January 30,
to avoid a conflict -with the re
vival meetings at! the church this
week. It is announced. A special
attraction planned for the meet
ing Is a debate between the
Brooks and West Salem teams.
Accident Reported Men at
work on the highway and confu
sion over signals given passing
ears were causes of Wednesday
automobile mishep involving cars
driven by E. S. Hogart of Wen
atehee. Wash., and Richard War
ner of Albany, indicates report
of Hogarth filed yesterday with
Case Argued Arguments of
attorneys were heard fa the state
supreme court yesterday in a
suit brought by the City of Port
land against Multnomah county,
to determine who is responsible
for the payment of taxes on
property j Involved In ; street
widening operations. j
Estate Appraised Estates of
Frederick Ryan and Harold J.
Ryan, minors, have been .apprais
ed at 9456.50 each by Andrew
Johnson. W. R. Scheures and
James Kenyon. The estate con
sist of an eighth interest! In the
Ryan merchandise store at Butto-
Dollar dinner every night 5:45
to 8 at the Marlon hotel.
Hearing Set Hearing on final
account of Minnie Rickman as
administratrix of the estate of
William Rickman has been set
for Tuesday. February 21. The
final account shows 11,786.17
more has been paid out of the es
tate than has been received.
License Issued Marriage li
censes were issued here Wednes
day to two couples Gottfried
Fo3sblnd, -45, and Martha Mayer,
29, both of Tillamook; and Glenn
Ray Price, legal," 1211 S. Liberty.
and Maude Lula Kendall, Lyons.
Contests Today The annual
pong and yell contests of the sen
ior high school classes will be
featured on the high school as
sembly program today, the' final
student meeting of the term.
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Visits Schools Rural schools
at Mission Bottom and Waconda
were viaited Wednesday by W. W.
Fox. rural school supervisor. Both
schools are running along smooth
ly, he reports,
Srott visits Fred L. Scott of
the Liberty district was a business
visitor in j town Wednesday. r,.
fntaeaft epstaslaa e htm et sane.
tm, MARSHALL j i
S39 Orca SMg. ; .
OU 2103. Csed Furniture
' Department m
1S1 N. nigh
' WORK IS OFFERED
Course of Special Interest,
To Business men Will
I Start at Y. Soon ,
Salem men and women" will be
given an : opportunity beginning
Monday night - at 7:30 to i be
taught the rudiments : of good
practical public speaking, i The
12 weeks course is being pre
sented under the auspices, of and
at the building of the Salem T.
M. C. A. -.- i : 'i ' . .
sThe local "Y" has secured the
services of Prof., W. A. Dahlberg
of the public speaking depart
ment of Oregon. State college.
Me Is coach of the men's varsity
debate squad at that Institution.
Although Prof. Dahlberg is still
in: his early 30's, he to a man of
extensive training and -experience,
according to his colleagues.
Equipped for Task
Finishing four "years at the
University of Michigan, Mr.
Dahlberg has taken;' 'graduate
wi)rk at Northwestern university
and' the University of Washing
ton. His teaching experience in
cludes three years i of high
school, five years of college and
university teaching and one year
of .teaching in the city of Chi
cago. - .... ;. ,
j Mr. Dahlberg said In a: letter
received at the Y. M. C. A., re
cently: ; ., : - , ;
; ("This .work . was entirely ;with
the business men ' of the city.
The classes met once a week tor
two hours. The job was- offered
to me as a permanent thing but
I preferred ' the west with Its
outdoor attractions. l !
' fThis summer I conducted a
series of. lectures at the Oregon
State Fire Chief's convention
held here In Corvallls. - Lectures
were on public speaking'. !
J3Iy own activities: giving
throughout the' stater talks In
local churches; representing the
Unirersity of Michigan in her
major ' debates; judging debates
all! the way from Illinois to Ore
gon; and preparing briefs j and
debate material for the Oregon
granges." . ; '!-?'
The opportunity here In Salem
Is jopen to both sexes of all ages.
primary interest, however Is
business men with attention
proposing . and answering
toasts, presenting speakers.
speeches themselves, proffering
gifts, presiding over business
meetings of organisations, clubs,
directors' meetings, etc. i Special
emphasis will be laid on criti
cism of the members speeches
which will be given j often by
members of the class.
A night which is convenient
fori the members of the class will
be chosen following Monday's
HAND IS INJURED
Jefferson, Jan. 21 Mrs.
Charley Miller met with an acci
dent while doing, the family wash
ing! on Monday morning. She
caught her left thumb in . the
electric clothes wringer.' tearing
the! nail off completely, and also
ililk Ordinance Draws City
Commissioner Carey of Walla
Walla, Wash., was in Salem Wed
nesday to confer with J. E. Blink
horn, county sanitary Inspector,
on matters pertaining to the milk
ordinance, and especially the ef
fect the ordinance is having: on
thei small farmer. Carey also vis
ited several of the producers In
this territory. He has been visit
ing; several cities where similar or
dinances are in effect, but was
particularly Interested in Salem
because this city Is about the size
of Walla Walla.
Diseases Reported The week
ly) report of communicable dis
eased made by the state board of.
health shows 31 communicable
diseases for the county last week.
This includes 20 cases of measles,
nine of mumps, and one each of
tuberculosis and' "pneumonia.
Mumps topped the list : for the
state, with 86 cases, and measles
weje next with 57 cases.'-
Gold Fish 10c. Pre-hatchinp
sale- - s. -
Ilerrick IU B. B. Herrick,
coujnty surveyor, has been out of
hisj-offlce for several days on ac
count of illness. Herrick suffered
a ldng Illness last summer, but he
hasj been on the Job nearly ever
day since fall until the present ill
ness. ' U
Babr Bor Dies Paul Lee Simp
son;, two-weeke-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Simpson of First street,
"West. Salem, died Sunday morn-
Appraisal Made Estate of C.
L. Morgan has been appraised at
31.634.50 by R. O. Dunn, August
Woelke and Robert Beer. ;
Erects Dwelling A permit for
a $1000 dwelling was issued to. D.
I. White. The erection will be at
2220 Trade street. ; x ,
Throat and Lung
reliable remedy for coogha.
colds : boarsenese, : bronchial
roughs, sore throat- Soothea
the throat. The medicinal ac
tivity of this Is due to the
roUowias d--ugs: t ; I
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Drosera Rotundifolia, Euphor
bia Pllsdlfera. Ipecac Wild
pberry, Arainoniam - Chloride,
end Glycerine, : t , y
Sold only in 50c and $1.00
1 j Bottles at ,
j Drug Store I
The original yellow front can'-
dy special store of Salens
tH . toml hU Phone 107
Penslar Agency .n
Home of Schaefer's Remedies
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1Tho p awarded anaoally at the University ef Oregon for high scholarship waa won for the' past
ff W T fnn Kapp naUonal fraternity for worsen. They are shown above, front rowvWtS
Cniv T, 0TUAni Virginia Stem. Santo MoSca, Ckllf.T RoaaJte
.PdLtoiLnomi1 rorUnt Charleesi Poreett, Portland. Seceslrewllve Odef,
StL" M"irt Needham. PortlaaKl ; Marie Dorner. Portland Alice Gt
rifl Tlrd K"1" Shepard, JSngesw; Geraldlae Adklna, Junction City, Mrs. Burrow,
land: and Edith :aEttJrT. '5WMB'- T
some of the flesh. There being
no one else at home, she. dressed
the wound, and then finished her
washing before calling- her daugh
ter. Mrs. Paul McKee. who went
out to the Miller: farm, bringing
her mother back to town, where
the thumb was dressed by the lo
cal physician. !
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! - ECOTTS MILLS, Jan. 2 1 The
many friends of Mrs. Carl Millard
will be pleased to know that she
Is doing; splendidly at the Silver
ton hospital following a serious
operation Friday, January 17. Dr.
P. A. Loar la her attending physi
Joe O. Humfleet, Jr., died in
this city January 21. aged 3
months; sOn of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Humfleet of Falls. City; brother
of Francis Leroy and Delia
Ilene. Interment Hayesville cem
etery Thursday, January 22, un
der direction; of W. T. Rigdon
Nels L. Lawson died in Port
land January 20, aged 33 years;
husband of Mary, Entombment
Thursday, January 22, at 1 p. m.
in Mt. Crest Abbey mausoleum.
Esther Silver of Salem . route
7, died at Delake January 18,
aged 31 years; : wife of Donald;
mother of Velva . Louise ' and
Richard Lang; i sister of Myrtle
Moose of Alexander, Minn., Ray
mond, Hector, Victor i and Roy
Butler, all of Webster City, la.;
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Butler, Webster City. Funeral
services Thursday, -January 22,
at 2 p. m. from the chapel of
the Clou gh-Bar rick , company,'
Rev. S- Darlow Johnson officiat
ing. Music by the Clough-Bar-rick-quartet.
Remains to be for
warded Thursday night , to Web
ster City, la., for Interment.
Reuben Arslanlan of 2445
Walter street died in this city
January 20, aged 38 years;
brother of Dick .of Salem, M. S.
of -Detroit, Mich... and Mark, of
Paris, France. Funeral services
Thursday, January 22, at 1:30
p. m. from the chapel of W. T.
Rigdon and Son, Rev. Martin F.
Ferrey officiating. Interment
City View cemetery.
k Oty View Cemetery
Established 1803 Tel. 1206
Conveniently Accessible ,
Perpetual care providedfor
Prices Reasonable ' -
Oar Srrlee Is Fmaaal
Ow rnea Ax XMaMe
Ow Rb ts afe4ra
Ucm Zoy Zatalauc
A Park Cemetery
with perpetual care
Just ten mlnntes from the :
i - heart of town
1 gttif-ff J
LLOYD X. RIGDON, tfgn
CO-EDS HIGH AT U.
A contract has been entered in
to between the .'directors of the
Farmers Bank of Weston, which
closed November 10, 1930. and
A. A. Schramm, state superinten
dent of banks, whereby the. di
rectors have .waived claims for
deposits . in' the amount of 138,
000 in favor of other depositors
of the institution. Four of the di
rectors also have obligated them
selves for 110,000.
; The contract provides for sale
of the assets to the directors,
who will conduct the liquidation
of the bank., A dividend of 25
per cent will be declared March
I, a second dividend of . 35 per
cent in November of next year, j
1 1 SI! I t(D)(g 'Store ; j .
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H I - ' ! . : i . :-f. h . .1 M . ... : - irl . . ' I .,. ' . '. ' . i
I kill 1 1 ' - - - - r . . . - 1 , . L - , f ' i 1 . - I I
A Greater Vialue-Giving
Women's Pumps and
At i tne time tne bank was
closed: the assets ; aggregated
$149,000 and the liabilities $122,-
ooo. ' i 1 -
It was indicated by the . state
superintendent of banks that the
depositors will receive 100 cents
on the dollar as a result of the
new contract., j
4-H CLUB MEETS
BROOKS. Jan. 21 The Brooks
school; cooking; clnb met at the
school: house on Friday afternoon.
with their leader, Mrs. Ray Bar
ker In1 charge. ' Members present
were: Mary Clark, Norma Ro
berts, I Irene Sturgis, Ada - Hutto,
Marie iBosch and Thelma Reed.
The 4-H clubs of the Brooks
public 'school are planning to pre
sent a! part of the program at the
next Parent j Teachers -meeting
which (will be held at the Brooks
school! house; the I second- Friday
evening- In February.
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2 Pairs for 1
W. 0. FILLED
A full debate - season la . prom- i
Ised the men of , Willamette uni
versity who are trying out for
positions. It was announced re
cently by Lars Kelson, men's
manager. v- jj-. . ) -.- .
Questions to be used are: "Re
solved, That the expansion of the
chain store i Is detrimental to the
best Interests of - the American
people," and "ResolvedThat the
nations of the world should adopt
a policy of free trade." A tenta
tive meet Is scheduled with. the
University of Porto Rico on the
prohibition Question; ;
The full schedule is as follows:
i Feb. 10, debate with Oregon
State college on the chain store.
ii'iFe'b. 14, University of Oregon
freshmen in Salem on free trade.
Feb. 25. debate with Oregon on
the chain store.
i! Feb. 27. Universltr of Wash
ington on free trade to be held
la the Woodburn' high school.
I March 11, University of Porto
Rico on prohibition.' -
!; March .19; ' Whitman college
here on the chain store.
I April 2. College of the Pacific
freshmen here on free trade.
' April 4, University of Arliona
here on the- chain! store. . I
Freshmen will debate free
trade and upper j classmen' will
speak on the chain store. This di
vision has been ..made by Coach H.
EL Rahe because of the j amount
of good material turned oat from
the . freshman class, thfs year..
IT Willamette ' university's Bee
thoven society - presented Its
pledges Wednesday in a musical
program - at chapel exercises.
;1 Yesterday's program started
with a solo, "Crescendo", ' Las-
san. bv Miss Marlorle O'Dell. A
I! A trumpet solo followed by
Gustave Klemple. It was "Du
List Wie'Eine Blume" by Anton
i! Miss Eileen Cochran played
two piano solos: "Tarantelle"
by MacDowell, and "Walts In
E-minor" by Chopin. The for
mer is an outgrowth of the an
cient savage dances which took
place by the victims of the dead
ly tarantula - bite. -
: The - program was concluded
by an organ solo. ""Nocturne" by
Etoughton, executed on the cha
pel organ by Miss Margaret
Oxfords for Street
IN BROWN AND BLACK ONLY
CUBAN AND MILITARY
O 3 QC 1-3 O w
. 1027 Bolck Coach
' 1030 Cbcv. Sport Roadster
1029 Chev. Coui
' . $450.00
Chevrolet Co. I :
v Victor MacKenzle, national com
mitteeman for the . American Le
gion posts of Oregon, left last
night on the Portland Rose for
Washington, D. C.,' where he will
attend a meeting Sunday of the,
committeemen f from each atate,
gathered to discuss : the jQuestion
of a' cash payment by congress of
adjusted compensation. " I
MacKenzle said before; he left
that he went uninstructed.' While
each post, save one, , in the state
vors. a cash .payment, ot bonus,
MacKenzle said only the executlTe
committee of the statel Legion
could instruct him officially.
He did not Indicate what his
vote.would be on the matter of a
cash payment ot bonus other than
to say he would probably tote with
the majority of tne committee
men. .Mackenzie feels that 99 Lo
g-ion men out of 100 are
of a cash payment of
Ruline is Made
All timber lands are to be as
sessed, for fire protection regard
less of resident exemption, unless
the specific areas to be exempted
are designated and are patrolled
. t A 1A
py .iae owners, according iu a le
gal opinion handed down by tb
attorney general here yesterday.
The opinion was requested by the
atate forestry department.
Illinois cansumed' 12M68.9S9
pounds of candy during 1930, 0.8
a aam mva then In f a
cording to a manufacturers' sur
vey. , '
The Most for
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