The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, February 08, 1931, Page 5, Image 5

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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Sunday Morning, February 8, 1931
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Local IfJews 'Briefs
Club Entertains Frlday-r-The
Y. M. C. A. Friday rfsM pro
gram, this week will featiro en
tertainers of the Lions, Rotary
and KIwanlaclubs of Salem. At
least a half hour will be to eharge
of the- clubs whose chairmen are
Ralph Kletzing and Rev, j Stover,
Rev. Earl Cochran, Fran Deck
ebach and William McGHchrlst.
Sr.. respectively. Dr. D. jB. Hill
Is general chairman. The lobby
was crowded to capacity j at the
children's program, last Friday.
,Dr. B. F, Pound. Practice Hm-
lted to removal of teeth,' gas or
local and dental x-ray. 303 First
National Bank. Phone 40.
Disease Reported Commun
icable diseases reported in Mar
lon county for the week ending
January 31 totaled --71; Including:
diphtheria, two; ' scarlet; fever,
four; measles, 14: flu, four;
whooping cough, three ; tubercu
losis, one; pneumonia, f seven;
ehiekehpox,' four; and mumps,
five. Communicable diseases re
ported for the entire state num
bered 3SS cases, according. to this
report of the state " board of
health; I"
t Lots for homes-bright COW at
from $200 on up, we hare some
unusual lot buys. All parts of Sa
lem. We have three Fairmount
hill lots at S6u, a large
lot at 3375. etc. Becke
N. 17th
St Hen
dricks, 189 N. High street.
Boyle Ljul Injured i-W hen
E. A. Boyle, Jr., of 1590 North
Winter street ran into a jmachine
driven by Howard II. i Fenton,
1097 Jefferson street, atjtfie cor
ner of Fairground road fend Jef
ferson street Friday night at 5
o'clock, he was knocked to the
pavement and his head j la J u red.
The child was able to walk alone
immediately following, according
to the report filed- with the police
by Fenton.
Dollar dinner every nl
to 8 at the Marion hotel.
khl 5:45
Howe to Sneak Re
Howe, pastor of the Firt Chris
tian church and chaplain of the
state penitentiary, will sjpeak be
fore the Willanietta university
chapel assembly - Monday morn
ing. His subject will be crime. He
attended the national crime con
ference the latter parti of last'
Wedding lielL C e r e ui o n y
-uniting Lawrence Wilson of route
five and Mae Miller of Mescalero.
N. M., was performed Wednesday
In the study of the Firlft Chris
tian church. Rev. D. J. Howe of
ficiating. The bride, has ibeen em
ployed on a government; reserva
tion in New Mexico. They will re
side on a farm on route five.
For rent, flats for adults, S and
6-room flats. Close In, uinfurnish
ed, 30. 760 Marion and 656 Fer
ry. Becke. & Hecdrlcksj, 1S9 N.
High street. " j,
Complaint Amei) ded L u 1 u
Hobbs has filed an amended
complaint In her suit; against
J. A. Anderson and the Fitzger-ald-Sherwin
motor company. She
seeks 20;000 as result of in
juries sustained in an automo
bile accident which occurred at
Marion and Commercial; streets.
Dry planer, O. F., mill block,
or dry slab, 16-ln. Large Jd- 15.50.
2 Ids. 10.: Tel. 1522. f Fred E.
Wells, Inc.
Convalescing -Miss Genevieve
Emmons is reported to be recov
ering satisfactorily from a mas
toid operation' performed at a lo
cal hospital about- three weeks
ago, and may(b able to return to
her home In another week. She
is a freshman at Willamette uni
versity. . ; j .
11-In. and 16-ln. wood, also
planer wood, $5 per cord load de
livered from car;- f 5.150 from
yard. Cobbs & Mitchell; Co., 349
S. 12th.. Telephone 813.) j
Dates Set The state! Knights
of Columbus convention will be
held here May 24 and 25, the
general committee, consisting of
grand knights and one other
member from St. Paul, Mt. Angel,
Sublimity and Salem, has de
cided. Hearts Hundreds now on dis
play, and this year for less. The
Spa. - j
Arrested on Warrant Frank
Pike was arrested by local police
officers and taken to justice
court on a warrant from that
court. r j
Account Approved Account of
Mary F. Andrew as guardian of
Margaret Q. Thompson) has been
approved by the probate court
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Banm To Dr. and Mrs. W. W.
Baum, a daughter, Frances Cono-
ver, born February 6 at Salem
General hospital.
Where a Spring
Tonic, is Necessary,
think of j
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Gives you the necessary' min
eral salts ' and vegetable compounds-necessary
to build up
the blood after it is j impoveri
shed from the winter months.
Enjoy that feeling' of vigor
and pep that comes only with
a system full of rich -red
blood. . " j : - ..
Sold only at
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-.v Drug Store
The origiBal yellow front can-
dy special store of Salem.
1S3 Jf. Cwtal bC Phone 197
' Penslar Agency
Report Filed John Hoblett of
Silrerton yesterday filed with' the
sheriff here report of an accident
which occurred Friday 11 miles
south of the Horseshoe park on
the highway. A car driven by Mrs.
C. J. Zlgler of Portland crashed
head-on into the Hoblett machine,
the report says. The Zigler ma
chine attempted to pass two oth
er cars, also south bound as Hob
lett was coming from the north.
Hoblett.' Mrs. Hoblett and Zlgler
were all Injured.
Fresh candy. Heart boxes beau
tifully packed. Priced lower this
year. The Spa.
, Dixon Arrested Guy Dixon.'
wanted In Gilliam county on a bad
check .- charge, - was arrested in
Woodburn yesterday by ' Deputy
Sheriffs Smith and Burkhart.
Dixon was arrested recently, but
was released on. argeement to
take cafe of the checks. This he
failed to do, so Gilliam officers
asked that he he held again.
Pictures in Vitum Pictures ot
Gwen and Sumner Gallaher. chll-
dren of Mrs. Elizabeth Gallaher,
are published in the February is
sue of the Woman's Press, offi
cial organ of the national T. W.
C. A., under the section of "Re
flected Glories.
Dr. Altman, homeopathic phy
sician. 296 N. Liberty, Salem.
Asks For Clarity Frank D.
Bligb, in answer to suit brought
by United Artists corporation.
has filed motion asking that
plaintiff be required to make
definite matters concerning an
alleged written agreement be
tween the parties.
Says Plaintiff to Blame Ans
wering the complaint of Clarence
R. Shrock who sued for money as
result of an automobile crash.
Salem Sanitary Milk company,
defendant, says negligence of
Shrock was cause of the accident.
Attention, farmers! Bentson's
grocery at Silverton has discon
tinued the sale of oleomargarine
or butter substitutes.
Car Stolen A Ford roadster
of the 1917 type, licensed 26-835
was stolen from F. S. Shamble of
Route S from Court street be
tween High and Liberty streets.
The time of the theft was near
1:30 p. m. Saturday.
.Hearts 20c to $7.00. Salem's
finest. The Spa.
New Letters Letters have
been issued in name of Anna L.
Farren. instead of Anna I. Lar
son, in the guardianship of Rob
ert E. Larson, minor, the guar
dian having changed her name.
Sale Confirmed Sale of prop
erty belonging to estate of Jar-
vis Keedham, Insane, has heen
confirmed. . The property was
sold to W. E. Dunkle for $1,700.
W. I. Needham Is guardian.
The -only washer that has a
the only mechanical device which
exactly duplicates hand washing
action in all its gentle thorough
ness is the new Voss, at $69.95.
Imperial Furn. Co., 467 Court.
Seek Default Motion declaring
dfeendant In default and to place
on the trial docket has been filed
in case of Lelia Marie Zeller vs.
Oscar IT. Zeller, a divorce action.
Julia Creech died at the Pa
cific Christian hospital In En-
gene February 6. aged! 18;
dauxhter of Mr. and Mrs. T. W.
Creech of Salem; sister cf John
of Salem. . Funeral services Sun
day; February 8, at 2 p. m-i. from
St. Prut s Episcopal cnurcn, ttev.
George Swift -officiating. Inter
ment Belcrest Memorial park un
der, direction of -the . Clough-Bar-
rick. company... - I .
Marlnda- White- died in this
city February 7, aged 50 years;
mother of Mu w. T. Mnton-
berger and Mrs. Julia Alton of
Salem: Mrs. W. E. White, Mrs.
P; G. Dennis, Mrs. Charles Dick
inson and E. L. Straight, i all of
Nebraska; C. M. Straight: of
Iowa and D. D. Straight of Mon
tana. Announcement of funeral
later by W. T. Rigdon and Son,
Industrial Deaths 5 There
were five fatalities due to indus
trial accidents in Oregon during
the week ending February 6, ac
cording to a report prepared by
the stat eindustiial accident com
mission Saturday. The victims
were C. O. Post, Rose Lodge, car
penter; ; 'A.' Lindqulst, . Carlton,
taller ; w. E. Eddy, Mullne, depu
ty sheriff; J. M. Trimble. Oregon
City, blacksmith, and R. O. Smith,
North Bend, dredge captain.'
There were a total ot 529 acci
dents reported to the commission.
Stopping no Help . Lena Le
Flemme ot Brooks started across
the highway after stopping all the
stop sign and was crashed into
by a motorcycle driver by Donald
McKay of Brooks, according to re
port . filed yesterday with the
county sheriff. - McKay's foot was
injured in the crash, which oc
curred February 5- Mrs. Leslie
R. Burdette of Royal Court apart
ments, Salem, also reported an ac
cident which occurred ; early this
week. .. N;-. v -?
-- Hearts Salem's finest and lar
gest . display.. Packed with that
"know how" touch. The Spa.
-New Undertaking. Order In
the guardianship of Leslie, Pris
cllla and Virgil Morgan says a
new-' undertaking on appeal must
be filed with the probate court.
The order follows objections to
surety on the previous undertak
ing on appeal filed by Fay Alme
da, who was once appointed guar
dian and whose appointment revoked.
Denies Answer Mary Schukey
and August Schukey, in replies to
answer 'filed by the Willamette
Grocery company in damage ac
tions brought by Schukey, make
general denial of the allegations
made In answer of the defendant.
The case is outcome of an auto
mobile accident.
The new Voss washer with full-
sized porcelain tub, Lovell wring
er, Westlngbonse motor. All mech
anism fully enclose and running
in oil. $69.95. Imperial Furniture
Co., 467 Court '
Road Petition Harold Satern
and others yesterday tiled with
the county court petition seeking
a county road in a district near
Silverton. Property holders
along the route of the proposed
road are not served by any public
road the petition sets forth.
Marriage licenses Marriage
licenses have been issued at the
office of the county clerk to: Paul
Tuttle Orr and Addle - Esther
Frantz, both of Portland; and
James P. Cbristianson and Ada
Schroeder, both of Willamette,
We wish to advise those in
terested that a full line of Lilly's
tested seeds, both package and
bulk, are being carried in stock at
our temporary quarters at 349 N.
Commercial street, and are In po
sition to take care of our custo
mers. Charles R. Archerd Imple-
mnt Cm.
Teachers Call Among the
teachers who were end of the
week callers at the offiee of the
county school superintendent were
Ruth Riches or Aumsville and
Florence Starker Burr of the Lab-
ish Center school.,
Going South Mr. and Mrs.
Otto Johnson will leave this
morning for a two weeks' visit in
San Diego, Calif. He is a proprie
tor of the Johnson ladies' ready-
to-wear store on State street.
A genuine Voss washer for only
$69.95 at the Imperial Furniture
Co.. 467 Court St.
Motion to Produce Motion to
produce letters has been filed in
the case of Elver L. Rice vs. Simon
Director. The trial will open In
Judge McMahan's court Monday
Takes Position C. L. Laport
who came here recently from
Hanover, Pa., has accepted a po
sition with the Q. W. Johnson and
company clothing store. He has
been connected with Miller s.
To Portland Governor Meier
lAft Saturdav for Portland where
he will remain until late today.
The trln was necessitated, because
f aeveral conferences scheduled
in Portland"" over the weekend.
ttstAL S2fioo Estate of Ad
die Harra has been appraised at
12600 by George A. Rnoten, wat
tle Bratzel and Waldo O. uuis.
Onlpi- Vnn-finl Non-SUit hSS
been ordered In the case of Credit
Service company vs. Fred Klst.
Where' to
Dine Today
Gray Belle, 440 State Street '
Special Dinner 50c
Gray Belle Dinner 75c
Dollar Dinner DeLuxe roast
turkey, steal or frilled half
spring chicken, i .
For Dinner This Evening
Special Sunday dinner .91.00
at the Marion Hotel today.
Ibe Spa : ,
Special Fried Chicken and Tur
key all day.
Hotel Argo Dining Room '
Special Chicken Dinner today
Special Sunday Dinner 50c . -
Argola Restaurant. 222 Va N.
Com'l., upstairs.
Home Cafe, 228 N. Commercial
Roast Turkey or Roast Chicken
Dinner Sunday 11 to t, 10c
In Charge Estate In the es
tate ot George W. Lucas,' valued
at $2,500. ET A. Miller. P. H.
Spears and F. Sande have been
named appraisers. Jennie T. Lu
cas is administratrix.
Anneal THrrmirmricl .Tn a man
date from the supreme eourt.aU
tempted appeal la dismissed in
the case of Robert Weir, appel
lant, vs. A. F. Marriott, resnon-
Wish to advlitft thik YifYnltrvman
that we are nrenared to atinnW A1-
bers chick and poultry teed from
our temporary Quarters at Z9 N.
Commercial street. Chaa. R. Ar
cherd Implement Co.
Teacher Visit Mlsa ' Marie
Zom and her sister were in town
Saturday from Champoeg. The
rormer is teaching: at the Davis
If It is S. B. A. It's the best
dance in town. Come Tuesday
night, U Park hall.
Estate Appraised George A.
Rhoten, Melvin. C. Johnson and
Hattle Bratzel have appraised the
estate of Ida May Newmyer at
From Oak Ridge H. E. Par-
ton of oak Ridge, where he is
chairman of the school board,
was a Saturday business visitor
In Salem.
Time Extended Extension of
time for filing of transcript ot ap
peal has been granted defendant
in the case of state ex rel Fay
Dickerson vs. Simon Tokstad,
From Oak Ridge Miss Grace
Klampe of Oak Ridge was a busi
ness called in Salem Saturday.
Matters for State Assocla-
i firm Rrnunhr nn hv I
PJarlon Group
RTLVERTON. Feb. 7. Tt. W
Tavenner, supervisor ot aeeondaryH
education In Sal ess schools,! was
named by the Marlon county prin
cipals to bring up before the ex
ecutive committee meeting; of the
state principals' association the
consolidation' o f t n e smaller
schools and certification' of , ad
ministrators, the-latter aiming at
raising the requisites for holding
administrative posts. " The connty
group did not commit itself ! on
either question, meaning Mr. Tav
enner to promote diseusslon In the
state group. ! - . i:' :
Tto further interest in spelling,'
the principals declared themselves
in favor of ' a testing program
somewhat on . the same general
plan as that used last year. Mrs.
Mary- X Fulkerson was named
head ot a committee to draw up a
plan for next year. :
200 Teachers at " 'j
General Session -
Mrs. Fulkerson; county super
intendent, had charge ot the gen
eral meeting held in the senior
high school Saturday morning.
Some 200 teachers attended. Fol
lowing a short business meeting,
the primary, intermediate grades
and the Junior and senior high
school classes of Silverton held
open house. - i . . I !
1 Three separate discussion groups
were held: Primary, Miss 0ga
Johnson, chairman, discussion: led
by Mrs. Lee Alfred; intermediate.
Miss Helga Anderson, chairman,
discussion by Miss Mildred Mc-
Dermott; high schools, 1 H. B
Wells, chairman, discussion' by
James W. Manning: high schools,
Miss Erna Starr, chairman, discus
sion led by Miss Herta Albercbt.
F. J. Lafky, well-known Salem
resident, one time city manager
of La Grande, has been checking
up his tax receipts getting to
gether some thunder for the hear
ing on the Mott measure I to abol
ish state nronerty tax. . !
He went back as far las it 07
when he acquired 328 acres of
land west of Woodburn. The vain
Open House
Formerly SalemN Greenhouses
A' cordial Invitation Ig extended to the people
Salem and vicinity to call and inspect our green
houses. -
John W. (Jack) Barker
Phone 309
John A.
15th e Market
aUon was 111,160 and the tax The next year the tax
Jumped to $121.71. In 1910 he
sold 01 acres but the valuation 'ot
the remainder was held at fll.-
009 ana the tax was 101.20. By
1910 on the same acreare thn tax
had grown to 1190.71 and tn lftlft
to $274.05. The valuation Increas
ed only 9500 in .the interval. I
.He checked particularly the In
crease in the non-high school dis
trict tax. which was elrht-tentha
of a mill In 1910, 3 mills In 1921,
and after transportation was add
ed, :, the tax leaped to 0.1 mills.
This tax is greater than union
high school districts llke'Qervals
and) bt. Paul now pay. f
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Mail For State
Senators Heavy
:1 total olOSl lettfs Witri'r.
ceived by mdtnbers of the state
senate during the week ending
Friday night, according to Lane
MorIey,malling cleric- The out
going: mall include Ifti UH.r.
anrina the aama nerlnA t ,
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.ISILVERTON, Peb. : 7. The
cglled out to the P. O. Hender-
v uuHit wiioratj noon to tout
out a ttr in thA vt
" wa, 9 U&U
age was done other than that in
the roof nf tit KA,,. 1
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A better tone in the farm la
bor situation was evident here
the past week, says Sim Phillips,
director ot the federal tree em
ployment office here, In report
ing his work for the week. ,
Eighty - men registered - for
work, ! with 29 of these being
placed; of the 20 women regis
tering 1 nine got . Jobs, . as com
pared to none a week ago. Eigh
teen men were sent out to farm
jobs,! which la an encouraging
situation, , Phillips says. Twenty
common laborers -went to work
through the bureau : and i one
woods laborer went to work. .
-Funeral services for Jnlia
Creech, Salem 'girl who passed
away early. Friday evening In a
Eugene hospital following a se
vere illness of five days, will be
held this afternoon at $ o'clock at
St. I Paul's Episcopal church, with
Rev. George Swift, rector, offi
ciating. . i v. r' -
The pallbearers will be Chand
ler Brown, William East, i Karl
Corey, Ed Fisher, Clarence Ham
ilton and Dr. Edward C. Leach.
All except Corey and Dr. Leach
are Salem students attending the
University of Oregon. Dr. Lesch
la a professor at the university.
Music at the service will include
a solo by Miss Nancy Thlelsen, Sa
lem student at the university, and
songs by a quartet of the church,
composed of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Law and Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Rob
ertson. Mrs. Kenneth Dalton will
be accompanist.
Miss Creech Is survlred by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W.
Creech, and her brother, Jphn. -'
Interment will be made In the
Belcrest memorial park.
Card Tabic
Oil 2103, Used Farnltnre
- Department
' 151 N. High
Fisher ' , l-
Lawrence Fisher of Spring
field died in this city February
7, aged 19 years; son of Mrs.
Jess Fisher of Springfield, i An
nouncement of funeral later by
the Clough-Barrlck company, l
IBetcrest iHemoria)
J205 tffyUlti Uodrmtly,
A Park Cemetery
with perpetual care
Jnst ten minutes from the :
heart of town
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Tuesday, February 10, 1:30 P. M., at
! 2010 South Church Street
Modern 6-room bungalow with hardwood floors, fireplace, basement, furnace,
built-ins, garage, paved streets, shrubbery, lawn, etc., corner lot on easy teirms
to be made known at -ime ot offering.
JL nnrxnix, cntccross
770 CEUiimi
Osr Smes is rrMaat
0r FrlM Am limulli
On Bo t Mvdmrm
Qty View Cemetery I
Established 1803 Tel. 1200
Conrenlently Accessible
Perpetual care provided tor;
Prices Reasonable :
Or. Oka lm CTil-
aa Madlelaa. ISO
H. Cauaci4al St,
Saiaax Offiee kesra
vary Saadiy S:S0
ta 8:50 WJti. aortas
tha aM&tas of Dae.
sad fan. - i
Good violin and case; Clarendon piano,
good condition; antique coocoo clock;
9x15 - Axminster rug, Kke. new; 4x6
Oriental rug; 4 small scatter rugs; 1
6x9 bedroom rug; large mohair daxen-,
port; large mohair chair and footstool
to match; Cogswell mohair chair with
moquette reverse; 1 occasional rocker;
1 end. table; 1 junior floor lamp; 1
bridge lamp; Vacuette electric sweeper
with attachments, like new; walnut
extension table; 6 walnut blue leather
tuning cnairs; walnut Dull el ; manue
sewing machine, just like new;-walnut
bedroom suite including bed, vanity,
bench and chiffonier, Like new; ivory
bedroom suite Including large triple
mirror vanity, large dresser, .vanity
and steel panel bed; 2 heaviest j coil
springs; 1 silk floss mattress; 1 spring
filled mattress; Hotpoint . electric
range, white enamel trimmed; 1 dieco
rated breakfast table and 4 chairs;
sewing basket, bedding, pillows, books,
dishes, utensils, lawn mower, hose,
pressure 'cooker and miscellaneous
tides. Terms on furniture cast.
mirror; console style electric .White
NOTE This furniture is all high grade and like new. Don't miss this sale.'
' 1- : Auctioneer i."- -v---" . ". - Owner .
Cash. Paid for. Used Furniture
Telephone 51 1
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The tough, thick, handsome new
Pathfinder Balloon Tread
IFnnlll (Dveirsnse
Lifetime Guaranteed
- Mounted Free
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Values possible because Goodyear
builds nearly wice as many tires
as anyj other company
29x4.40 .... $4.98
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29x4.50 . . . . 5.60
30x4.50.... 5.69
32x5.00.... 8.10
32x6.00 .... 11.38
on Other Sixes
M I S TO U "H' '! LWET
quality m Superior to
ulth new Improved Pathfinder Tread. Ueadlinert in
- many maker hiehett priced tires
: ; Frank Dbdlitde Master Service
i . Phone 66 - N.' Commercial at Center ' Phone 66
IB fig CD v e f s fi zz
(Lifetime Guaranteed
Mounted Free j- '
30x32 ..... $4.40
30x314 ..... 4.49
31x4 orsix, 7.65
32x4 o.l 7.95
33x4 otuJ 8.97
Heavy Duty Trueli Sizes
32x6 .10 Ply
30x5 - 8 Ply
t Similar Savings
on Other Sizes
Jhe toughf thick, handsome new
Pathfinder High Pressure Tread
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