The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 26, 1931, Page 5, Image 5

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    The OREGON STATESMAN, Salera, Oregon, Sunday Morning, July 28, 1931
Local News Briefs
Visitors Numerous A number
of visitors, all concerned with, de
tails - of school administration,
visited the office of the county
superintendent yesterday. They
included. Ed R. Adams, clerk ot
the schools at Silver ton; 'Lyman
"W. Patton, principal of the' Jef
fersoa schools; II. A. Slegmund,
clerk' of the school at Oak Glenn;
Sam: Cairn b. teacher at -.the
Johnston school near-Woodburn,
most of the school men report
few raises granted In teacher's
salaries this year although : In
some Instances schedules pre
viously adopted : by the J board
called for increases. A number of
school districts have reduced sal
Judge Collects f30 The sum
of I30.T5 was placed in the city
coffers yesterday by ordinance
breakers. Russell Berg. Dallas,
paid ' fire dollars for speeding;;
John a. Buford; It 30 North 17th
street, second payment on fine
for not having license plates on
car. $2.50: J. C. Arnold, 110 bail
forfeited for being drunk: John
Fetch, 2340 North Commercial
street, fined $10 on disorderly
conduct charge;- George Burdick
estate, paid 13.25 for grass cut
ting by the city street department.
Bargains . on used tents. AU
sizes. Salem Bargain House, 320
N. Com'L - s
! Mishaps Reported -Two auto
mobile accidents which occurred
Thursday were reported to police
headquarters yesterday. :,JE.- L.
Smith of the tire department 'and
.1 ILBitner, 2305 North Liberty
street. ; were Involved In a mixup
of two trucks and Smith's car on
Court, street. An. unnamed truck
hit" BIttners truck,, knocking it
Into smith's machine. A small boy
ran Into -a rear fender of the car
of Walter Blondell, 1925 Haxel
avenue, but jescaped serious In
jury. . - j J . ...
hate their seed and grain clean
era In operation and are prepared
to i take care of any cleaning
" work. -
Estate Probated The estate
of OttUia Komp, deceased, was
admitted to probate In county
court, here yesterday.- The eatl
. mated value of her personal prop
erty la 14500. - There are eight
parties to be granted bequests un
der the terms of the will of
which Frank J. Fessler Is admin
istrator. The beneficiaries are
Mary Fessler, the children of
Paul Komp, Anna Stlrber, John
. Komp. Clara Dabls, Theresa May.
Benjamin - Komp and Katherlne
Police ' Activities Slow But
three entries were made on the
city police "blotter" yesterday:
J. C. i Arnold, arrested Friday
night on a charge of being' drunk,
was released on $10 bail; Elbert
Starkweather and ; Jack Raynes.
held Friday night for investiga
tion, released: Dale .McDiniel.
;1449 South Liberty street, arrest
ed on a charge of falling to stop.
See Russ Smith, Center, and
Church, for tire bargains.
Licenses Granted Two .licens
ees to wed were granted yesterday
Cnnntv Clerk Borer. Elmer C.
Chambers." 24, ot Albany, re
ceived a ' license to wed Jennie
Sullivan, j 18. of Albany. H. E.
Brokko of Sllverton, received per
mission to wed Clara Larson oi
SilTerton; f Both gave their ages
'as .legal. j f '
1 Pioneers jto Picnic The Aums
vllle Pioneer association will hold
Its tenth annual picnic and home
coming at the Swank grove on
Sunday, August 9. A basket din
ner will be served at noon. Her
man C. Lewis Is president and M.
Maude Boone Is secretary-treasurer
of the association. .
' Modern office rooms for rent
11th floor. First Nat'L- Bank
Bidg. 3 rooms. Best location In
city. Will sell lease at sacrifice.
Tel. 3424. , - -
OJnVs. Student Tcted Six
' students from the Oregon Normal
school at Mou mouth were yester
day morning given their life sav
ing examinations at the T. M.
C. A. pool here. Fred Smith. Red
Cross and T. M. C. A. life saver,
conducted the tests.
Judge Changed An affidavit
of prejudice filed against Judge
L. H. McMahan In -the ease of
Mrsi C. C. Smith ts. the J. C. Pen
ney company resulted yesterday
In Judge McMabaa's order to
change : the case to department
two in circuit court here.
Dixon Earned Goardlani--J. O.
Dixon was named guardian of the
estate of James A. Eaton,. an in
sane person, yesterday. Judge
McMahan signed the order due to
the absence of County Judge Sleg
mund on a' trip to eastern Ore
gon. '. j; . , :
A' small coin purse coatainlng
a large amount of money was
lost Saturday evening on - the
South 12th street bus or between
the end of the line and the Ptln
gle road by Jennie Delzell. Please
notify The Statesman. Reward.
Parents Visit Camp A number
of parents are visiting their sons
at the T. M. C. A. Oceanside sum
mer camp today. Amon them are
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mies. Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Bohrlnge.-, Mrs. Hat
tU Busick. and Mrs. Lottie Rob
bins. ", .';:',
Where to
Dine Today
Hotel Atso Dining Room-
Special chicken dinner noon and
night, 50c Served with straw-
" berry shortcake.
. ! ; '
The Spa i
Chicken dinner all day. ic ana
11.00..'. .
Gray Belle, 440 State v '
Famous dinners 50c-75c-$1.00.
For Dinner This Krenlng
. Special Sunday dinner $1.00 at
The Marion Hotel today.
Wo Visit Children Mr. and
Mrs. August i Mlckelson. 123S
Broadway street, are planning to
tart the latter part of this week
on a trip by train to New York
City and Boston to visit their chil
dren. A son aid daughter, John
and Ethel, reside In New York
City; a son Milton, is a sophomore
at Harvard university; son.
George, a freshman at Boston uni
versity; ' and a daughter,- Devota,
lives in Boston. ; Mrs. Mlckelson
also has a brother, Richard Jef
fery, living in Boston. The Mick
elson's have not seen their chil
dren in New York City for, four
years. - - - ' ; - , -
Fin cane armchairs and rock
ers $7.50 ralue. special $4.95.
C S..' Hamilton Furniture Co.
t - ' t.- -..
One Accident Yesterday Ji H.
Armstead of Tillamook reported
to city police, yesterday that his
ear' struck that driven by Izetta
Kropp. 480 North 14th street, at
the Intersection of . Chemeketa
and 14th street. The Tillamook
man says the" Kropp ear stopped
in front of him and that his tires
would-not grip the hot blacktop
pavement enoagh to avert the
Dragon to j Perform Two
demonstrations . will be given to
day by the Black Drsgons. Y. M.
C. A.-Red Cross II fesavlng corps,
the first at S pong's landing and
1:30 p.m.; the second at Aurora
at 3 P.m. Those taking part at
Spong's landin ; gwill be . Maxey
Langford. Irving Hale, Fred Paul,
Esther Arnold, Al Balberg, Ruth
Arnold and Mark Sachtler. - .
Where's Fire? An ; engine and
two firemen from central station
were dispatched to the 1900
block on Myrtle avenue at 5:30
p. m. ' yesterday when an alarm
was telephoned in. They return
ed in a few minutes with the re
port there was to fire to be
found. , j - j : :
William Mickclson Here Wil
liam Mlckelson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. August j Mlckelson, "1238
Broadway street, is visiting with
his parents over the weekend. 'Wil
liam taught, j in Albany high
school last year and Is now study
ing at the Oregon State college
summer school at Corvallls.
Applies for Water The Lucky
Boy Mining company, with head
quarters at Rogue River, has
filed application with the state
engineer for permission to appro
priate - water i from the Rogue
river for - milling purposes - in
Jackson county. '
Every day is 'bargain day' at
521 Court. Bring 2 or more gar
ments to be ! dry cleaned see
what bargains we give. Thrift
Way Cleaners.' 521 Court; Ph.
'3000.. : ... jj;t'... .;
Final Account Filed Final ac
count of Arthur M. Vassal, ad
ministrator for the estate of Zoe
Agnes Semple Vassal, deceased,
was filed in probate court yester
day. Vassal, 60, Is. sole heir to the
property.: ; j ; ; ..
Daughter Born Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd L. Siegmund are the par
ents of a baby girl born July 23
at the Salem General hospital.
The young miss has been named
Catherine - after her maternal
grandmother, Mrs. Leroy Hewlett.
100 large porch and lawn
chairs $7.50 i value, special $4.
95. C. S. Hamilton Furniture
Co. j ; '
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Report Filed Report of the
First National bank, executor for
Adolf Garnjobst, deceased, was
filed in probate, court 1 yesterday.
Receipts for the estate during the
year amounted to $34 0 Including
$131 on hand a year ago. The
outgo was $108 during the year.
Polina; "Recovers - Tr. C C.
Poling of the First Evangelical
church who was Injured slightly
last week In an auto mishap, will
be back in hla pulpit this morn
ing and speak 1 on the subject
"History of the Kingdom."
... ''-.:
To Kansas dry- E. R. All
good, 1518 Chemeketa street, is
to leave the city today bound for
Kansas City, Mo., where he will
visit relatives.' ;
Peel Bambo I garden ' set con
sisting of large round table and
four chairs. , Special $34.50. C. S.
Hamilton' Furniture Co. ..
Weekend at Newport Mr. and
Mrs. C. -J. Jackson and son Dale.
230 East Washington street, left
the city yesterday to spend . the
weekend at Newport. ;
Burns Folk Here- Mr. - and
Mrs. Charles Logan of Burns are
In the city for a few days on bus
iness and . pleasure. Mr. Loggen
is assessor for Malheur county. -
. At Summit t Yesterday A. F.
Homyer, with Em 11 G.' Trachsel
of Turner, made a business trip
to Summit yesterday.
On Vacation Lyle Knox, city
letter carrier, ; Is spending his-vacation
at home. ' He left the of
fice Friday. ;
ZENA. July 25 A party com
posed of Mrs. -Jesse Walling of
Zena. her father-in-law, J. D.
Walling of t Lincoln and his
daughter, Miss Gertrude Walling
of Portland, left here Sunday en
route to Breitenbush Hot Springs
whero they plan - to remain two
weeks for their health and a va
cation. Miss i Walling is an in
structor at ' Washington . high
school in Portland.
Dyer !Mr. ! and Mrs. Kenneth
Dyer of Route 4, Salem are the
parents of a 1 pound boy, Rob'
ert, born July 23 at the Bungalow
Maternity Home. -
i Witt cut epraUos at tsts t ttas.
129 OreCnn' Bids. . Phoo.83W "
Polk County Pomona Grange
Meeting Combined With
Event for Clubs
The anual - picnte of the Polk
county 4-H clubs was held at Hel
mick park In conjunction with the
meeting of the Pomona grange of
Polk county, with Surer and Mon
mouth granges acting as hosts. '
. The morning hours were given
over to stunts and games by the
club members. At noon a picnic
lunch was served. At 1 p. , nf.
there was singing by the audience
and prayer by the chaplain ot Su
ver grange. The Monmouth An
gora Goat club put on a demon
stration. ' , - ' .
A stunt.' a take-off on a radio
broadcasting station, was put on
by members of the Stiver Jersey
Calf club. Monmouth Sheep club
gave a dialogue on raising and
feeding of sheep. ? T"
Harmonica solo. Surer; two
recitations, "Sister's Beau." Mar
garet Douglas, and "Little Orphan
Annie" Yvonne Kerr, both club
Milton A. Miner -
And Pierce Speak , r '
The speakers of the afternoon
were Milton A. Miller of Portland,
who gave an Interesting talk on
the economic question ot today
and also described the capitol at
Washington, D. C, for the bene
fit of the audience. ;
Ex-Governor Pierce was next
on the program with one of 1 his
excellent speeches. Ray GUI of
the executive- committee, Oregon
state grange, gave , a short dis
course on grange problems.
Dr. Bailey of Roseburg, editor
of the Oregon Grange-Bulletin,
gave a brief talk.' ,
Dr. D. A. Slaughter spoke on
the problems of the farmer. ,
- Miss Bertha Beck, secretary of
the state grange, spoke briefly.
Mr. Richmond and Mr. Olson
of Dallas obliged with several se
lection s on the violin and accord
Ian, which were well received. "
Mr. Powell,' master of Pomona
grange, closed the meetlnr and
made announcement that the next
Pomona meeting would be . held
at RlckrealL. : I .'
The last stunt was a tug-of-
war, with the nine girls winning
over the women. The girls also
won -the tug-of-war against the
boys. i - '
siLVERTOM. JuIt 25 Mrs.
Emma Smith. 72. wai found dead
in her room at the home or her
daughter. Mrs. W. O. Livingstone,
here this morning. :' Her body.
fully clothed, was round by Mrs.
Livingstone when the aged woman
fsllAd to answer her call. Mrs.
Smith was in- apparently good
health last night, since sne attena
ed a farewell party for the F.' O.
Berry family. .
She is thought to' have died
shortly arter returning to ; her
room, before preparing to retire.
Mr. and Mrs. Livingstone were
away when she returned. Heart
disease is given as the cause of
her death. Mrs. Smith, who had
made her home with ' her daugh
ter for many years, was Dorn m
Ordensbnrr. New York. Decem-
Iber 24, 1859. Two other daugh
ters survive, Mrs. uiancne smio
of St. Paul, Han., ana Mrs. ivan
Buss of Cannon City, Colo. "
The hftir will be sent to Mrs.
Smith's old home in Marble Rock,
Iowa, ror buriai. jack ana jsk
man's mortuary here have charge
of the body. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Livingstone
are pastors of the First Christian
church here and the Montavilla
Christian church In Portland.
Railroads Will i
Accept Thomas
Rates Decision
Rail carriers which have been
contesting the right of Charles M.
Thomas. - public utilities commis
sioner, to suspend tariffs involv
ing red need, freight rates on pet
roleum and petroleum products,
hare agreed to the suspension, ac
cording to letters received by the
commissioner . Saturday. - .
Hearinr on the tro nosed rates
scheduled for- next Monday baa
been postponed until August: is.
Thomas announcea. - !
Clothing Need
Is Anticipated
Prenarlnr for an expected de
mand for clothing', this winter,
the county court yesterday grant
ed Mrs. Nona- White, probation
officer, permission to use a iourtn
floor room as a place to store.
assort and distribute clothing to
needy families. Mrs. White is
placing the room in readiness tor
all . donations which she will go
over to see that' the clothes are
In proper shape for distribution
when the need arises. Last win
ter a considerable quantity of
clothing was provided for needy
families through the court's assis
tance. . ; s. . ' i
eSf rVr l1 Portland ' 83c
01wJto Eugeae 75c
Depot, Bllgh Hotel ?
Independent Stage Co.
; TcL 0121
Dr. Chan
I Chinese Medicine
'180 N. Commercial
SU Salun
Office bxirs
i Tuesday and Sstnr-
4 Am n m'H.m
T T ti -H of 1 -
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TTAL E. BOSS has joined the
r white tronser brigade at the
stat capitol and last week
appeared In flannels with black
stripes. Hoes rated this-Item as
he was the only one who reward
ed this column with, a cigar for
the notice ot popularity published
Friday. t .
Press reports state two
were hanged In California. In
Oregon there hasn't been an
execution -for several years, al-
' though the haagnua's Moose Is
ready, and wJtinj& at tbo peal-
: tentlary for a victim.. The rope
was prepared for Jameo Kings-
: ley ofaMedford, who was grant-
i ed a stay ' of execution by tbo
court. ' ; .'v
- ; Former Governor Os' West vis
ited the capitol. . He said he
wasn't used to coming . Friday
and finding -most officials gone
for the weekend. The only : one
he found It was Hal Hoss Hol-
man was in Roseburg and the
governor was in Portland. West
commented ' that conditions and
times had changed since; he was
executive.' . .
-! . Asked if he thoaght a spe
cial session would be held,
; West said he believed not. Po
litically speaking:, be added, be
would consider a special ses-
' slon. over which bm control .
could be fully exercised, would -not
be a good move. That la,
politically, he said. As far as
accomplishment, that was an
other thing. "
Newspapermen of Salem and
thetr families will enjoy the an
nual press club picnic at River
dale today and from advance re
ports the affair will be a marked
success. More than SO persons
will - bo present. Also judging
from the number of chickens
scheduled.' for dinner, farmers
K tear By pciucpi w mw
o look it some friers are missing.
(Continued from page" 4)
and talked with' yon. I suspected.
Harry. I didn't know what might
have happened to Gerry.' X was
ready to have It out . with . him.
Tint t Aiildn'fc locate him. And
since I've talked with pop and
mom. I know I was a big ooL
There wasn't anything wrong be
tween Gerry - ana Harry,,
aViamiut nAf to hiv thourht
such a thing. How did you .know
1 didf
Thatcher Coif replied with a
"Whom else did you question
shout it?"
' A look of surprise flushed
Bruce 's face as he exclaimed:
"Betty!" -
(To be., contjnutd tomorrow)
' In Portland, Oregon, July 23,
Henry L. Teske, aged 49. . Sur
vired by three daughters: Elvira
of Portland, Leona and Edith
both of Salem; four sons: Erenst,
Gerhart, Harold, and Edgar all of
Salem: four brothers: Gus ot
Mankato. Minn.. Emil of Fari
bault. Minn., Theadore ot St.
Cloud. Minn., and Charles of Tru
man, Minn. -Prayer service from
the Clough-Barrick chapel, Tues
day, July 28, at. 1:10 p. m.
Church services from the - St.
John'a.lLutheran church at 1 p.
m. Interment at Lee Mission
cemetery, under the direction of
At the residence. 1480 Broad
way street, July 14, Arthur T.
Riehter, about 21: surrlved by
widow. Funeral services Monday.
July 27. at 1'p. m. from the
chapel of W. T. Rlgdon and Son.
Interment Belcrest Memorial
park. ' ..:
. At the residence, 1880 Court
street. July IS, David F. Laven
der, CI; survived by wife, Ellen;
one son, Thomas -P. of Salem;
two daughters. E. .".Josephine
Brockman of Portland and Ann
Ramqulst of Vashon, Washing
ton; one grandson, David Ran-
qnlst. Funeral anauncement
later by W. T. Rlgdon and Son.
Hawky - - .
At residence, 2 tt B. SlJt
street, July 15, Mary E. Hawley.
ti- mnr-ri-rmA three dauchteTs,
Mrs. Edith ' SanSanna of San
Francisco, Mrs. noya ueimua w
PortUnd, Mrs. Ernest E. McNer
A iinMt. Calif.:-one son
Gene : Hawley . of ' Salem? one
brother, Douglas Minto or saiem;
and one nephew, Frank. Minto .of
Salem. Funeral ' announcement
later by W. T. Rlgdon and Son.
2L rowxmas vruMmma
s tts cirsrfssaxa : -
(Oss Swvxx U r I i
0 Nt ar IiiiwiMi I
Ow H Is I
Established , 1803 Tel. 8053
, Conveniently Accessible
Perpetual care provided for
Prices Reasonable
A Park Cemetery
With Perpetual Care
Jasi ten . miaates frona tho
. heart of tewst - ' -
Ocenrrcnccs ud Gossip 1
at th eUr of tfoj'i
tat OTeniiaent
Now . that the state capttol -press
room haa sv teletype,
" telephone, several desks and
' typewriters for the member of
the Fourth Estate, all that is
seeded Is a radio aad a daven
port. For the radio, it haa been
.suggeated a committee , wait.
-wpou" tb formor and the -Meier
' ad . Fraaa: store. The
dares port should bo supplied
by the secretary of . state, to
whom the gallery Is apprecia
tive of what equipment has al-'
' ready been provided. . .
. With no special sestoa-rs In
dications now point ft looks as
though it will be -a quiet month
for news, and a radio and daven
port Would come in handy for the
boys. Magazines are supplied by
the staff while the state library
furnishes books. Do not misun
derstand these would be for use
of -fho guests.
It appears that Governor
, Julius L. Meier Is strong. for
Pennsylvania. No sooner did
General ' Butler visit the state
as the guest of the governor,
than the executive Invitee the
governor of the famous .' state.
Glfford Plnchot wired he would
be In Oregon August 15, '.
During Holmanis absence, ' bis
office Is being given a new coat
of paint, the first applied there
since Hoft was treasurer. -The
color scheme Is cream, with ivory
borders, and livens up the office
after the dull grey color recently
predominating. ' . "
' Employment for 'men daring
the week ending yesterday show
ed marked Increase, while posi
tions for women remained at the
previous week's level, according
to the report ' of Sim - Phillips,
agent for the T. M. C 'A.-Federal
employment bureau hero. The
number of. garden 'workers want
ed was halved but the demand for
agricultural laborers more than
tripled and for common laborers
doubled.' At the same time, 25
per -cent fewer woods laborers
were wanted. '
' Out. of 104 men registering for
work. 87-were, placed, with de
mand for three more, agricultural
laborers unfilled.' Thirty women
registered and 11 were sent to
till the 11 positions available.-
Men were sent to the following
Jobs:: farm hands, five; agricul
tural workers,1 85; common .la
borers, 11 and woods laborers,
five, j Ten women were placed as
agricultural laborers and two as
matrons and hotel housekeepers.-
The demand for laborers Is ex
pected, to .remain slack until the
advent of tho hop picking season..
D. F. "Lavender, for seven
years guard at the state peniten
tiary, passed away at his home,
1880 Court street last evening -at
7:30. He had been In serious con
dition for . several weeks, suffer
ing from arteriosclerosis. The
body will be taken tonight to the
former homo of the Lavenders In
Weston, .Oregon whero ' funeral
services will bo held Monday and
Interment made.
. Mr. Laender was ' ' born In
Kentucky. Oct. 27. 18 fa and came
to Oregon when a young man.
Feb. 22. 1814 he was united , in
marriage to - Miss Ella Price at
Weston. Ore. Four children were
born , to this union, one of whom
died. In early childhood. . Surriv
lng are the widow and three chil
dren, Mrs. Joslo Brockman, Port
land; Thomas F., Salem;- Mrs.
Anna Ramqmlst, Vashon Island.
Wash.; and one grandson," David
RamquisL- I
Mr. Lavender served as deputy
sheriff of Umatilla county before
taking ' tho position , at tho state
prison, whero his work was highly
regarded by Prison officials.. '
Why Delay Longer?.
when hundreds' of people are
getting welcome relief from
corns, callouses, and bunions
with.' .
Schavfersi Corn Remedy
sold-under the" famous
. Giro your feet a treat
. Itop at Echacler's and get
" your " bottle today
y ';-; ; '
; only at
1SS rf. Coal Dial 81s7
The original yellow front
" dy special storo of Salem
Hospital Beds
T to Rent
Call. dlO, tfsed - Fnridrare
' ' Department
; ill x. mgb
reductio;j mar
Farmers,; Once Insistent on
Improvement Favoring
Retrenchment now
'Road expenditures may be se
verely reduced In Marlon county
next year If the attitude towards
tax reduction expressed by farm
ers In. recent months . continues.
Members of the county court last
week expressed .themselves as
willing to reduce appropriations
for road work in tho county if the
public demanded such retrench
ment. Heretofore, they pointed
out, good roads have keen insisted
upon and farmers hare denounced
ahy move to keep back the high
way program.
Tho first item which could be
cuf would be 175,000 to 1100.
000 appropriated annually to
match the one-mill tax levy of the
state government for market
roads. Under the if 31 legisla
ture's enactment, this mlllagejs
abolished and Instead an amount
equlralent to this sum is taken
from tho license and gasoline rev
enues of the state highway depart,
ment 'and given to: tho. counties
for ase on tho so-called secondary
roads which replace tho market
Connty Need Not "
Watch Amounts . .
These roads are to be built un
der supervision of the state high
way commission on routes It ap
prores. Thero Is no provision that
tho county match the funds as it
has been required to do hereto
fore. : Marion county launched a 120
mllo market road'nrorram three
years ago. Nearly go miles of
this work will hayo been finished
tnis lau. At the present rate of
construction, the program would
hare been fairlv well comnietiwi
the end ot 2032 but retrenchment
of the market road moneys would
necessitate lengthening the pro
gram for at least another year.
Heavy Damages
I Sought Due io :
i Death of Raiich
; Ten thousand dollars In dam
ages for the death of Paul Raueh,
August 11, 1929. Is asked by
Frank Raneh, administrator of
tho former's estate, in a suit filed
yesterday in circuit court. Paul.
is years oia, was killed on the
MC Hood loon when the e Ari-r.
en by John Stlekleln, with whom
no was naing, overturned on the
highway between Sandy and Gov
ernment camp
SMckleln la named defendant
in tho suit. Tho plaintiff holds
ne orove in a careless, reckless
manner. . , . - "
Raueh was named ' administra
tor of tho youth's estate July S.
Judge Hill to
Hold Court in
Clatsop County
: .Chief Justice Bean of the state
supreme court has assigned
Judge Hill of the Marlon coun
ty circuit court to Clatsop coun
ty to substitute for Judge Zim
merman. Judge Earl C. Latour
ette of Oregon City has been dis
qualified in the case of Srenson
va Brlx.
jALTEil M. CLINE, proprietor, of 'tke Food Shop,
4 has just added to his relrigeration equipment a
Kelvinator pastry and fruit case. .Cases of this type
.afford protection to foods -which m many instances
suffer from excessive room tempeatures. :,. With, the
installation of this Kelvinator the Food Shop may
boast 100;. mechanical refrigeration, from water
; cooling to the refrigeration of cold storage room and
Jce'cream cabinet! :; -l
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THE FOOD SHOP features daily two merchants
lunches at 35c and 50c and in the evening two dinners
at 50c and 75c Both lunches and dinners offer a choice
of foods that neverfail to please the most discrimin
'afing individual.
" ." KELVINATOR refrigeration equipment, both
commercial and domestic, has been most popular this
year due to the numerous desirable features found
only in RELVINATOR. TTie C S. Hamilton Furni
ture company are local distributors of Kelvinator.
Judro'Arllo Walker of UcMlnn
Tille has been assigned to Port
land to substitute for Judge Mor
row after. September S. Judge
Morrow -wCl be absent from ; his
courtroom because ot Illness.' -
Judge Hewitt of Portland -has
been assigned to Oregon City to
substitute, tor Judge Latouxette
next week.
Judge Knowlea of LaGrande
will sit for Judge Wood at On
tario In August. -
Problem of Transportation
Is .Noted; 17. Girl Re-
serves to go
' .
f Camp life In Camp Santaly on
the Santiam where the Girl Re
serves, of the Y.W. C A, are
now. camping Is proving a de
lightful ; success according to all
reports which come from r the
groups who . have so. far enjoyed
the life.' The third group of 17
girls will be . ready to replace
the second group which Is In the
camp at this time.. -.'The
one worry at the present
moment for all concerned ' Is to
secure cars -which will take the
17 girls up, to camp Monday and
bring back those who hare spent
their ; share of time tKere. A
truck driver is also needed who
will donate his services to drive a
truck which ts available to Camp
Santaly. This truck will be load
ed with-bedding and provisions.
Any one responding to this dire
need notify Mrs. M. B. Wagstaff,
office, secretary at . the Y . W. C.
A, headquarters en Liberty street.
. The girls who go to camp Mon
day will' be the last' Reserve
group to go. Three groups In all
will then have enjoyed the camp
tor the past three weeks. August
2 to 9 .the Girl Scouts will have
a week at camp.
The Reserve group going to
Camp Santaly Monday will In
clude: 1 " " ,t
Barbara. Miller, Winona Robl
nett, ' Carrol ' Ferguson, Mary lee
Pry. Priscilla Walsh. Phyllis Gra
ham, June Curtis, Marjorle Saw
yer, - Maxino Drorbaugh. Eileen
Goodenough, Maxlne Goodenough,
Dorothy Gibson, Norma Jean -Gil-bertson.
Mollis Small of Eugene.
Edna Schertinger of Neskowln,
Doris Vincent and Janet Robert
ton, Ella Collier, Janet Fryer and
Betty Fouke, who have spent the
past week at the camp, will re
main for the coming week. -.
July 25 Lieu
tenant Herbert F. Powell who Is
visiting In Monmouth, was an In
teresting speaker at the Lions
club luncheon this week. His
topic was Hawaii, and Included a
wide range of narratives on In
dustries, climate, tho natives;
Soup or Salad Meat or Fish Potatoes
Vegetables'' Bread and Butter or Rolls -Pie
or Pudding and Drink
til I 1 'mm. 1 ?
P '
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period ras
Archery Is Tried fay Group
On Trip to Hobson's;
Boys Interested :
The first period ot camp at Camp
Santiam Is. n earing its end, Tues
day most of the camp went over
to Harry Hobson's. On ; the day
before, four boys had been over
and had learned the trail to take
across country. En route the
hikers had to ford two rivers
the Little North Santiam and the
North Santiam. There were al
most; no narrow escapes from
wettings and no accidents.
When they got ver there Mr.
Hobson brought out three" bows
and 18 arrows for the boys to
shoot. The best score was chalk
ed up by Roy Brady, scoutmaster
of Troop 20, Silverton,who made
a 39 at a 30 yard range.
While the group was at Hob
son's, they were shown the pro
cesses of making arrows ' and
many of the boys purchased bow
staves. The length ot the hike
was five and one-half miles each
way. - -
Next Saturday night there will
be a big eampflro featuring a
court of -honor, the Girl Reserves
and some stunts and plays. Ev
eryone has-had a wonderful time
first period and. we hope that the
second period has just as good a
time. - . ' ;
State Funds to
Battle Hoppers
Will Be Denied
The state emergency board is
without authority to make an ap
propriation or permit a deficiency
for the eradication of grasshop
pers In Klamath and Lake coun
ties, according to an opinion hand
ed down here Saturday by Attor
ney General Van Winkle. The leg
islative appropriation Is exhaust
ed. .
The opinion was requested by
Wlllard L. Marks, president of the
state senate. - - . - "
Money required for the eradica
tion of grasshoppers may be set
aside. by the county courts, the
attorney general held.
PERRTDALE, July 25 John
Covert from Nampa, Idaho, is
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
and a description of military and
naval 'armament, jonn Muraoca
pleased the audience with piano