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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Friday Morninjr, May 8, 1931
Local News Briefs
Seek Divorce Mildred May
Hunter . baa filed ; divorce suit
against Clarence Earl Hunter? to
whom the was married in Salem
in April, 1930. She sets forth
that she was already married to
Edmund D. Wright when she mar
ried Hunter, but that she married
him under name of Mildred May
Addlncton. She says a California
attorney advised her her marriage
with Wright was void, but that
she has since been informed oth
erwise. Now she wants to divorce
Hunter and wants her maiden
name, Addingtftn, restored. She
alleges Hunter is in California and
has been there since last October.
largest assortment of Mother
boxes in Salem. Packed with our
own thocolates. Hill's Candy
Shop, lth and Leslie. .
- Only IwmiM Ome School of
ficials here have received - word
that a Salem school child, , who
moved recently to another county,
was the only child in a roomful of
boys and girls who had been Im
munized . for diphtheria, and
smallpox. . This was discovered
when a case of diphtheria and
another of ' smallpox broke out in
the school , room at virtually the
m; fin a. all the other chil
dren had to remain home from
school until it was , discovered
whether or not they would become
ill of one or both the diseases.
Seeks Jadgment J. W. Pratt
and wife have filed suit against
Velleda W. Ohmart seeking: Judg
ment of 1696.91 Sot money paid
on Ben Lomandfpark land pur
chased from defendant. They al
- lege that the sale was made un
der false pretenses, la mat me
park area was not developed as
defendant represented it . would
be. plaintiffs rescinded contract
some time ago and demanded pay
ment of the money that they had
expended, the complaint says.
Dollar dinner everv night. 6:45
! to 8 at the Marion hotel.
Added Decision A supple
mental memorandum has been
.handed down by Circuit Judge
Gale S. Hill In suit of union sav
ings and Loan association vs.
George A. Smith and others. The
supplemental decision enters
mone Judgment also against de
fendants J. W. Mays, Leone Mays,
end Flora A. Farley.- In the orig
inal decision, money Judgment
was entered only against defen
dants Mains and wife and Ole T.
Strikes Child P. E. Budlong
of Salem reported to sheriff that
as he was driving Thursday morn
ing on the main road at Stayton
a child ran in front of his track
while he was driving past another
ear, parked at the side of the
road. The child was knocked
down but not seriously hurt, the.
, Hear ye! Jitney chicken pie
supper at Salem Heights hallFri
day, May 8. Home cooked.
. Hoard Meet The district
boundary board will -meet at the
'county court house today. Sever
al matters of - Importance are
scheduled to come before the
board, including proposed change
of boundary in a small area be
tween Hubbard- and Wood burn.
The change will affect but one
Appinted Eugene Courtney,
Frank Proctor and - Bessie M.
Keys have been appointed ap
praisers - of the estate of Eliza
beth Whitehead. J. E. Ruble is
' the administrator. J
180 N. Con mercial
, . SL, Sal 9m "
Taeedav and Satur
day a to 5:30
.: Reduaced -r
TIES: ?j"m ni?v 3 f or $1
' - - - - .
SOJl D,m '4 mi rycr dcss 3 for $1
The first shipments of our
line of Fahey-Brockman
has been received. This
must end soon. .
Says Property Hers Setting
forth that more than $1,000, se
cured frpm sale ot property be
longing to her, was expended to
maintain the household expenses,
Lillian Leichner yesterday tiled
reply to cross complaint of Wil
liam J. Leichner, whom, she is
suing for divorce. She asks that
her original prayer b granted.
She' alleges she has - no money
now, that she Is broken in health
and asks for $S0 monthly sup
port pending' outcome of case.
She says further that he agreed
to let! her have $150 worth of
funiture which she took with her
when she left him.
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Visits Schools - The schools at
Pleasant Pomt and Swegle were
visited' Thursday by the eounty
ehool superintendent, Mrs. Mary
I. Fulkerson. The Pleasant!
jroini scnooi wm en a iu years
work in two weeks. Two schools,
Independence and Howell, have
already closed the year and the
final reports have been received
by the superintendent.
.Piano ensemble Friday night
and choir festival Saturday eve-,
nlng. Armory. Adults 15c, child
Chopping Demonstration All
Boy Scouts of the citf are In
vited to witness a demonstration
in chopping and use of the axe
to be given on the Willamette
university field this evening ' at
7:30 o'clock by Peter McLaren,
world's wood chopping cham
pion. P. Douglas Hawley will
have charge of the "field. ;
V" i ,
Go to Camp Nineteen mem
bers of the Boy Scout troop at
the deaf school will leave early
this afternoon for the scout camp
on the North Santlam, to remain
until Sunday evening. They will
be accompanied by Bill Town,
assistant scoutmaster, and Paul
West, Jr. and Vernon McQuald.
Arthur ! Heinle, disciplinarian of
the school, will also go with the
group, j i.
Appeals Case J. D. Hill has
filed appeal to the supreme court
in his suit against A. G. Bender
and others. . T.he circuit court
decision handed down March 9
was in favor of the plaintiff and
defendants Bender and against
defendant Margaret Foster as ad
ministratrix of the estate of J. S.
1 Friday and Saturday specials:
Snapdragons, Asters, Petunias,
25c a dozen. Fine selection porch
box plants for Mother's day. Sa
lem's Petlaad. Phone 6767.
At Dallas Tonight The two
Boy Scout troops at Dallas have
Invited O. P. West, scout execu
tive;, to be present at a meeting
there tonight to be attended also
by the parents. West will show
pictures i of the scout camp and
will give a talk on phases of
State Exams The May exam
inations : for pupils of the eighth
grade in all Oregon schools will
be held i next Thursday and Fri
day, May 14 and 15. The county
school superintendent's 'office
was yesterday preparing to send
out instructions and questions to
all schools in this county.
! For Rent
Call 9610, Used Furniture
, Department '
151 IT. High
Ftelah . Visits Scotts Mills
high school has made wonderful
improvement in its grounds and
particularly In tonstruction of m1
winding cement sidewalk leading
to the buuding, county scnooi
Superintendent Mary L. Fulker
son reported yesterday, Supt.
Fulkerson and J. M. Burgess or
the state, school superintendent's
office spent Monday, Taesday
and part of Wednesday visiting
the high schools In this county.
She reports also that most of the
school have made' sizable addi
tions to. the libraries since she
and Mr. Burgess inspected the
schools last falL -' ;
Dance Friday, Hazel Green.
Efcct Officers--T he junior
chamber of commerce of the sen
ior high school has elected the
following officers for next year:
James Behon, president; Madolyn
McKlllop, vice-president; Evelyn
Kinr. secretary; Edgar ' King,
treasurer; Howard Cole, advertis
ing manager; Boy- Crabb, , ser-
reant-at-arms. Miss Muriel Wil
son Is-advisor. The new officers
will be installed at the last meet
ing this year, to be held May 27.
Arrest Correction T Frank
Jirak of 1290 South 14th street
who was. arrested Wednesday for
having his license plates switch
ed was not Mr. Jirak, Sr., but
was his son. Frank explained to
The Statesman Thursday that he
had Just bought the ear and that
the boy who had changed the en
gine and . sold him the . car had
not had the licenses changed.
Special Friday night dinner,
50c, Hotel Argo dining room.
Adair Funeral Satarday Fu
neral services for- Mrs. Emily
Adair, 3, of 355 Bellevne street.
who died in this city Wednesday
night, will be held Saturday after
noon at 2 o'clock at the W. T,
Rigdon chapel, with Rev. Grover
C. Birtchet officiating. The re
mains win then be forwarded to
Calgary, Alta., for Interment.
Fraternis Meet O. P. West,
scout executive,, was the principal
speaker at the meeting of the
Fraternis club held last night at
the Spa Mr. West gave a talk on
scouting and- showed pictures of
the Boy Scout camp on the San
tlam. Programs Today Two schools,
Park at 1:45 o'clock and Wash
ington at 2 o'clock, are scheduled
to give their annual . May day
Health day programs today,
weather permitting. Patrons and
parents ot the schools are invited
See Russ Smith, Center and
Church, for tire bargains.
Asks Dismissal - George E.
Garland has filed answer to di
vorce complaint of Ida S. Gar
land. He denies! allegations of
the complaint and asks that the
case be dismissed.
Draws Fine J. L. Brownhill
paid a fine of $T.50 and costs in
justice court on Thursday when
he was convicted on a charge of
Remember Mother with flowers Sunday,'
May 1 0. We have a large assortment of
potted plants, also cut flowers ... or may
we suggest flowers for window or porch
Our complete stock of
Remodels Dwelling A. A.
Eeene will remodel 1 his three
tory dwelling . at 722 State
Btreet, according to building per
mit Issued Thursday. This dwell
ing was damaged recently in a
roof and Chimney fire. The cost
is to be $2,000.
' Resign as Constable A. H.
Purvis has submitted his written
resignation to the county court
as constable of the Sllverton jus
tice of the peace district. He asks
that It take effect as soon as
the court appoints a successor. No
reason for the action is staled. "
Vn TodA Hirh sehAot stu
dents of the senior class will rote
(ndi. a dtrnlna whlhf Kath
leen : Phelps, Menalkas Selander
or Ray Rhoten shall represent the
class on the annual graduation
program.: ' .
For sale, a limited amount of
Oregon Pulp and' Paper Co. 2
preferred stock. Hawkins at Rob
erts, Oregon Bids. "
Order te Pay In salt et Don
ata P. Bohia vs. Balblno P. Bohla,
defendant baa been oJered to
pay plaintiff $50 attorney's lees,
suit money and $20 monthly tenv
pory alimony pending outcome of
the suit, a divorce action.
' Dr. Peare Named Dr. William
Peare : :of LaGrande Thursday
was reappointed by Governor
Meier a member of the state board
of optometry.. Dr. Peare has
served as secretary of the board
for the past two years.
From Eugene Miss Rebecca
Morgan, who Is doing post grad
uate work at the state university
in Eugene, was a business visitor
Thursday at the office ot the
county school superintendent.
Appraisers Report F. G. My
ers, O. J. Myers and George C.
Blower have given a value ot
$3,651.32 to the estate of Emma
Special Friday night dinner,
50c, Hotel Argo dining room.
Repair Dwelling Hanlon
Hunt received a building permit
Thursday to repair his two story
dwelling at 710 South 13th street
at cost of $350,
From Jefferson Lyman W.
Patton, principal of the Jefferson
schools, was a business caller at
the office of the county school su
perintendent Thursday afternoon.
Job in Portland
Rufus J. Sumner, clerk in the
offices of the Pacific Telephone
and Telegraph company here,
leaves this weekend for Portland
where he is to be a staff as
sistant in the office of W. J.
Dodge, general commercial man
ager of the company for Salem.
Sumner came to Salem three
years ago. His return to Port
land, where he formerly worked,
constitutes a promotion.
v . Telephone 9592
sold for $30 to $47e50-Now at just
3 ndiculoiisly low prices
Don't Wait Every Suit Must Go. Choosing
Today Means the Best Possible Assortment
QUAUTY OF STATE
Meier, and Holman Insistent
On Cheaper Grade; Hoss
Hot so Certain
' Quality and cost ot letterheads
used by various state depart
ments formed the principal topic
of discussion at yesterday's meet
ing of the. state board ot ' con
trol. Governor Meier - and State
Treasurer Holman advocated the
purchase of a cheaper quality of
paper while Secretary . of Stale
Hoss held a that cheaper paper
might be used in soma classes, of
work -but held it was Important
department heads be provided
with letterheads of fair quality.
All the members agreed the
paper ; should be - purchased In
Oregon. . At the conclusion of
the discussion, Hoss Joined with
other members . of the board In
agreeing cheaper . paper - should
be given' a trial, J
Holman urged . the appoint
ment of . a committee on paper
standards, but this lost tor want
of a second. It later was sug
gested that Mr. Holman make a
study of the paper situation, and
report his findings to the . board
at a subsequent meeting.
The board deferred the pur
chase of a high priced automo
bile requested by the state engt-
Mrs. Emily Adair of 356 Belle
rue street died in this city May
6, aged 63; mother of Erwin ot
Tughenden, - Alberta, Canada,
Loyd C. of Salem, and Mrs. Grace
Mackie of Alix, Alberta; sister of
W. IL Trick of Thedford," On
tario. T. D. Trick; of Salem, J. F.
Trick of Carstalrs, Alberta, Mrs.
Fred Scotto of Salem, Mrs. James
Moore of Forrest, Ontario, and
Mrs. Will Blake of Thedford, On
tario. Funeral services Saturday,
May 9. at 2 p. m. from the chapel
of W. T. Rigdon and Son, Rev.
Grover C. Birtchet officiating. Re-
Mrs. Elizabeth Shenk Amsler
died at the residence, 1644 South
Libertv street. May 5. age 3Z1
mother of Mrs. S. C. Badestcher .of
Salem, Mrs. H. G. Sonnemann ot
Los Angeles, Cal., Mrs-. Rosa stei
ert of Black Diamond, Wash., Mrs.
Louise Klingele of Salem, JacoD
mains to be forwarded to Alberta,
Canada, tor interment.. ,
Schaefer's Candy Special
36c per pound
2 lbs. for 70c
3 lbs. $1.00
Do 'not confuse these mints
with other inferior grades so
often offered to the public at
prices as high -as this and
These are dipped In high
grade dark chocolate to en
hance their mlnty tang.
A real mint hand dipped
and made as only an expert
candy-maker can make them.
1S5 N.- ComT. St.
The Original Yellow Front and
Candy Special Store of Salem
- Penslar , Agency
Quality Plus Coartesy
Oregon ; City
neering department. Governor
Meier was insistent that a cheap
er machine be purchased, provid
ed it was to be paid' tor oat of
Probe of Steed
Will be Sought
Petitions are expected to reach
the executive department, soon
demanding investigation of the
state school for the deaf, and J.
Lyman Steed, Its superintendent.
The . petitions were prepared
by Harry Raymond of . Portland,
whose wife was once an employe
of the school.
This institution was subjected
to an Investigation less than two
years ago, .with the - result that
Mo Steed was exonerated. At the
hearing most of the witnesses
against Mr. Steed were ex-em
ployee ot the institution.
and William of Salem; Adolph of
Klamath Falls and' Herman of San
Francisco, CaL - Funeral services
Friday May S, at 4 p. m. from
the chapel ot the Clough-Barxlfk
company. Rev. Poring officiating.
Interment City view cemetery.
' T -4 Baker !,
Seth 11. Baker died at the resi
dence at Turner May 6, age 78;
brother of Eugene Baker ofeMln-
neapolis, Mlnn.7 - father , ot Mrs.
Mary Talbot of Turner; grand
father of Mrs. E. W. Wagner of
8eattle, Wash., and Mrs. R. LaRue
Stevenson of Turner; one great
grandchild also surviving. Funer
al services Friday, May's, at 1:30
p. m. from ' the chapel of the
Clough Barrick company, Rev,
Groves and Rev. Burgoyne offi
ciating. Interment Belcrest Mem
1 Pablo F. Carriaga died in this
city May 3, age 25; survived by
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alejandro
Carriaga. two brothers and three
sisters, all of San Fernando, La
Union, Philippine : Islands. An
nouncement of funeral by the
ClougVBarrick company, pending
word from the parents.
Ml tt Priced
A Park Cemetery
With Perpetual Care
Just .ten minutes from the
heart of town
JL TxmMJj. rjiBBCTons
Oar Sovies Is rtrsraal
Oar Mcn Art
Oar Horn la Ifod.ra
XieaaaaS lady BSi
Church at Ferry St,
A. M. Clough
Dr. L. SL Barrick
V. T. Golden
CITY VIEW CEMETERY
Established 1803 Tel. 8053
. Conveniently Accessible
Perpetual care provided for
Prices Reasonable .
EARLY IN JUNE
Plains are Discussed Here
Ely Executive Board on
jj Wednesday. Night
With three big events of the
year'for Cascade area council.
Boy it Scouts of America, looming
up, the council executive board
had k busy session Wednesday
night; The events are the annual
spring rally, to be held June B
and f; the annual finance cam
paign; to be held early in June;
and 'the summer encampment at
Camti Santlam. which onens In
The spring rally will feature an
innovation this year, the boys to
gather Friday ' night at either
Wlllson park or the courthouse
grounds, and to . spend the night
encamped there. At 7 o'clock the
Scouts F"l fire a public demon
stration ot some of their work.
With between 250 and 300 Scouts
to participate In the rally, this
feature is expected to make a hit.'
Following the night's camp.
the boys will break camp early in
the j morning and march to the
Willamette - field, where the full
rally; program will be held.; The
trooi here sponsored by the Ja
son ILee church won the rally
trophy last year, and word has
YOU CAN BE ASSURED OF
GENUINE FASHIONETTE VALUES
I IN THESE COATS
In Addition We Offer:
429 Court St. H. MARIE BUTLER
Oar complete hat
stock. Nothing re
For comfortable) summer
sports and dress wear.
SHIRTS 98c, $1.39, $2.35
? ".'-'EterT one reduced many to half priee .
reached scout headquarters that
every member is working hard to
repeat the win this year.
Financial Drive j
Topic Next Week ,
All details ot the finance drive
will be completed at a meeting to
be held at the chamber of com
merce Wednesday night. May 13.
This session has . been called by
C. W. Paulus, chairman of the fi
nance committee and . the cam
paign. I j
Preliminary to opening of camp,
the I executive board voted ; to
make several Improvements at i
tha fimn: - including reconstruc
tion of the flue to replace the
present metal with brick; replace
ment of 15 tents that were de- .
stroved bv wood rats, and either
piping of water from a spring or.
digging of another weu on me
parade grounds. '
Union Wage on
All State Work
- ' I i Mi
Ben Osborne, executive secre
tary of the sUte federation of la
bor, yesterday appeared before
the board of control and urged. 1
that , labor employed on state j
building contracts be paid the
union scale of wages. '
- Osborne proposed that in all
state contracts there should be j
Inserted a provision that "the
scale of labor pay shall be the
prevailing rate" for that kind of J
labor in the community where the
construction is to take place and !
that only citlsens of Oregon shall 1
be employed. I i '
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- $19.50 Coats for
$24.75 Coats for
$29.50 Coats for
j s $2525
$39.50 Coats for !
Special Values in New
Print Ensembles and
Dresse3f CI Q CO
. Sizes 42 to 48P 1 17 W
$1.95 to $7.s
All weights and styles reduced
to prices that say stock up
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