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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Friday Morning, August 21, 1931
Local News Briefs
Carton Comes Home Alrln A.
barton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Barton, Liberty road, la expected
t arrival tinmA thla mnrnlnr from
t Chicago. 111., where he has spent
the past two years studying and
teaching at the Unlrersity ot Il
linois. Alrin graduated from Sa
lem high school, and in chemistry
from - Oregon State college - In
1929.' Ha has a teaching assls
tantship at the Illinois school and
is expecting to return there' after
a month's Tlslt with; his parents,
to continue his work. He receiTed
"his mastr's degree in chemical en
gineering last spring.
special i iimuiuu, u
Bros. Rockaway Band, at Hazel
Legion Meet Tuesday Fall ae
tlTitles of Capital post No. 9,
American Legion, will begin next
Tuesday night when the members
meet for their initial session ot
the season. Nomination of offi
cers will be the principal business
to be brought up. Election will
follow at the first meeting in Sep
tember. Irl McSherry is being
talked as the successor to E. M.
'Max' Page, for post commander.
Opening dance Kentl hall. Sat.,
Aug. 22. Salem -Independence
highway. .'" .
Two Girls Bora Mr. and Mrs-.
E. E. Hansen of route 8 are par
ents to an eight pound girl. Mar
ine Christina, born in the Ijender
son maternity home August 18. A
-fiTe and one-quarter pound girl
was born to Mr. and Mrs. William
, Ledtke of Woodburn. Monday at
the Bungalow maternity home.
The daughter has been named
Opening dance. Kentl hall. Sat.,
a aa c m T f am a
Ferer-jCase Doabted Doubt
has arisen as to whether the re
ported case . of scarlet feTer, a,
small girl, is .really that disease.
A new diagnosis of the case is to
be made by the Marion comity
- j Burghardt -At
the residence, 860 Union
street. August 19, Mrs. Martha
Draper Burghardt. Survired by
widower. William H. Burghardt,
' Jr.; two brothers, John and Hen
ry Draper of Oregon City; one
sister. Lulu Draper of Portland,
and .a niece, Mrs. Tbeenie Calin
of Portland. "Funeral serrlces at
the residence Friday, August 21,
at 10 a.m.. Rev. George Swift of
ficiating.' Mass will be- said at
Oregon City late Friday morning,
with interment in the Catholic
cemetery there. Arrangements, by
- ' . . Eberhard
At the residence. 35 North
13th street, Henry Lafayette Eb
erhard, aged 81. Survived by wi
dow, Isobel; one sister, Mrs. Eli
sabeth Ridge way of California;
four daughters, Mrs. W. C. Phil
lips of Alameda. Calif.. Mrs. J. N.
Sam Chambers of Salem. Mrs. C.
T. Curtis ot Salem, and JElda Eb
erhard of Salem; one son-. Walter
Eberhard ot Salem; and five
grandchildren. Faneral services
from the Clough-Barrick chapel
Monday, August 24 at 2 p.m. In
terment at the Belcrest Memorial
cemetery-. ' '
At Sail Leandro. Calif.. August
11. Mrs. Lottie A. Mercer, aged
5. Survived by widower. Dr. W.
L Mercer; daughter, Mrs. D. V.
West of San'Leandro; sons, R. H.
Mercer of Salem and Ira G. Mer
cer. Oakland, Calif., and a grand
child, Ralph Haden Mercer, Jr.,
Salem. The body will He In state
in the Rigd on chapel until 9:30
a.m.i Saturday morning Funeral
services Saturday, August 22 at
10 a.m. from the chapel of W.-T.
Rigdon and Son, Reverend Kant
ner officiating. Interment In the
Belcrest Memorial cemetery.
At the son's residence near
Hayesvllle August 20, Arch W.
Stevens, aged 8. Survived by
widow, Catherine; three sons, Ed
. ward A. of HayeBvllIe. William E.
of New York, and Fred D. of New
York. Announcement of funeral
later by W. T. Rigdon and son.
Toting Vom In Jured Phyl
lis Farrell. 25, whose ; only ad
dress was given to police, as 2200'
Marshall - Way, received injuries
yesterday afternoon - when a car
driven by Marjorie Farrell-was in
volved in an accident with a ma
chine driven by Ralph Savage,
290 Rural avenue, on North Com
mercial street. Savage says - the
other car, from California, made
a left torn In front of him. In an
other mishap, Catherine Skelton.
route 4 cut a corner at High and
Court streets, without any dam
age being done to the other car,
unidentified. Automobiles driven
by John Hughes and T. M. Gos
ser collided at the Intersection of
High and Ferry streets, according
to police -" reports, which stated
that at switch engine was stand
ing at the corner while both men
started1 around it at the same
time. Frank Mapes, 1325 Broad
way, , says his car, backing, was
involved in an accident with that
of Jim Patterson. k
See. Russ Smith, Center and
Church, for tire bargains. ,
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BeywI Foreclosure Began
Foreclosure on real property . In
Salem belonging to C. F. Beyerl
and Anette J. Beyerl was begun
yesterday by the Benjamin Frank,
lln 'Savings A Loan . association.
Judgment of 83471 with costs is
sought! The loan was made July
3. 1930, and since that time only
a part of the Interest and virtu
ally no principal has been paid,
the plaintiff states. i
Hats 12.95. :New styles,. values
to $8.00. O. W. Johnson & Co.
Howe In Washington Rev. and
Mrs. D. J. Howe and family are
on a ' motor trip to Washington
points. They will visit old friends
at Chehaiis. Olympia. Tacoma and
Seattle) before returning '; here
early-next week. He is pastor of
the First Christian church here.
Joint! services of the two Chris
tian churches here will be held at
the First church Sunday with Rev.
B. Fi Shoemaker in charge.
Thomas Bros.. Hazel Green to-
Securities Company Sues The
Capitol Securities corporation
yesterday began suit to foreclose
on a 'mortgage note against O. H.
Kent! and Fordyce E. Kent. The
plaintiff seeks 3175 and costs.
The company also began suit
against Wilfred W. Williams and
Lovinei E. Williams. Judgment
of $57$ and costs is asked.
Estate Closed Final! order in
the estate. of Lee M. Lane, deceas
ed, was filed yesterday In probate
court The First National bank
acted: as executor. Property turn
ed over to the executor amounted
to 35930. Since that time there
has been 2562 received in income
and an equal amount disbursed.
r.xtra trousers 33.95. Choice of
the stock. G. W. Johnson A Co.
A tenant tnr Sfaule IRCCeDitS Of
1 127 ! have been received by the
First j National bank, guardian of
the estate of Lillian J. smun. ac
cord ins: to a report made yester
day In probate court. Disburse
ments have been mere is
857 now on hand.
Thomas Bros., Hazel Green to
night, j '
Bank Given Judgment Judg
ment for 1403 and costs was
granted yesterday to the First
National bank of Kennewlck
against Carl Meyers. The sum
allowed was 3403 and $80 for at
torney's fees. !
Cuppers Return Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Cupper have returned from
a months vacation at their beach
cottage at Newport. ;
JL rtnrEKAi. pikectobs
T70 Cfcamcket TtL 2
Oar Sarriea ts rarsanal
Oar Frleca Ara KcuouU
Oa Hama la Modern
XJcansaa l4y EntalsMS
CITY VIEW CEMETERY
Established 1893 Tel. 8052
Conveniently Accessible -Perpetual
care provided for.
Prices Reasonable - -
a - - TttrrV Moderatriy -1
arfiti U Priced
A Park Cemetery
With Perpetual Care
,1 Just tea minutes from ' the -t
heart of town J.
1 ... 4 HI I
Church at Ferry EL'
It. Cloagb i V
Dr. JU E. Barrick ;
.... V. T. Golden
OQICEIJto Engene f 1.10
I Depot, Bllgh Hotel
Independent Stage Co.
i ! Tel. 0121 !
. Dr. Cbaa Lana
.1 18d N. Con merclal
th Tuesday and Satur-
ZJ.i JV 3 o 5:80
4 , '
! PIANOS TO
j j ; RENT ; '
Call OOIO. L'sea Furniture
I - I . i " Department
,i..J , . : .
i 1.11 V. Fllrti
WTEEK END SPECIAL
Black and Asst. Regular
I j Price 30c the Lb.
I. Friday and Saturday -
t C 'or 16 ounces
1 9 C two lbs. Ltd C
!; I , DRUG STORE ". 3
JU 3T. Coral Dial 819?
i TKe riginal yellow front
f - j Drug' star - ' .
Insnnutce Leader Hero E.
C Apperson and Gordon Baker,
both of McMlnnville, were busi
ness visitors la the capital yester
day. Apperson Is president of the
United States - bank there and
treasurer of the.. Oregon Mutual
Fire Insurance company. , Baker
represents the company as an ad
juster and as a general agent In
McMlnnville. Recently that com
pany has taken over the Fanner's
', Mutual and will operate It la Mc
Mlnnville. Business " conditions
are quiet la the Yamhill county
seat. Baker &aid, but there are
few people out ot work and no
evidences of distress. . '
Thomas Bros., Hatel Green to
night. . . . . ...
Beall Likes Convention Hayes
Beall, Willamette university sen
ior, who has been In Canada and
Ohio attending national and in
ternational meetings of the Y. M.
C. A., writes to 'Heads here that
he greatly enjoyed . hearing the
"brilliant array" f speakers. Be
fore returning, to Salem, Beall
will . participate In a national
meeting of presidents of MY" stu
dent field councils, at New York
City. While there he will-b the
guent of Mr. -and Mrs.) Frank
Learner, who will be remembered
as members of ' the ' Willamette
faculty here in 1129-30. ;
Now fall Enna Jettlck footwear
arrived and ready' for your ..ap
proval. New sport oxfords ' . . .
dresiy pumps of moire and kid.
Everyday footwear ;mad the fa
mous Enna Jettlck way. Come see
them today.; Special emphasis on
smart footwear " for college and
high school. Miller's. : .
Mis Flegel Here 1 Miss Mar
jorie , Flegel, Willamette univer
sity '23, passed through : Salem
yesterday on her way to Fresno.
Calif, from her home In Portland.
Miss Flegel . will do Girl Reserve
work In the California, city this
fall. While here she visited for
a time with Eva Roberts,- a sor
ority sister at Willamette. Miss
Flegel did girls' wdVk for several
years In Honolulu. Her sister-in-law
is Mrs. Barbara Stelner Fle
gel who visited here : for some
time this year.
Block of Grass Burns A
square block of fall grass at 12th
and Rural avenue burned early
yesterday afternoon, at on time
threatening to spread to a nearby
house. All the hose from the
South Salem station and all car
ried by the central squad wagon.
185 0 feet In all. was nnt in use
to extinguish the fire. Another
grass blase, breaking out at 1965
North Fifth street, was soon put
out. Cause of either fire was not
Thomas Bros.. Hazel Green to
night. - ?
Morie Given Toirisrht Th
first honvard moTi will h nnt.'
sented to the employes at' Lake-,
brook tonight. The feature.
which Is not a talkie, will be
Fearless Love", five reels.
To Albauv ." Un Mm T.
Shank.. Ralm ntlt. i.
. ,vw.w ; . A V M,
made a business trip to Albany
Tot may Recover - Hop Is
now held for th recovery of lit
tle Joyce Smith, two-year old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike
Smith. Donald. It was reported
yesterday. The. baby - girl was
seriously burned about th face
and body by fire apparently start
ing from matches with which she
and her threeyear old brother
had been playing in a barn. The
flames consumed, her dress.
Former Resident Here - Dr.
and Mrs. Vinton Ellis . arrived
Wednesday from Ketchikan. Alas
ka, to visit his mother,' Mrs. G.
Z. Ellis. - The group left yester
day morning for Newport, Seaside
and other coast points. Dr.' El
lis, who lived here 18 years ago,
will stay over the weekend, while
Mrs. .Ellis will remain here for
about three -weeks. -J The"-doctor
also visited his grandmother, Mrs.
Hampton,' age 93 years.
t Extradition Granted Governor
Meier Thursday . authorized the
extradition of PhlLp McNeese,
who is wanted in Orange county,
Calif., on a Charge of grand theft.
He Is under arrest at Pendleton.
Logan Jackson, depnty sheriff,
will return the prisoner to Cali
fornia. ; ,
For fall. Packard shoes, 8.50.
Aaron Astill, 12S N. High st. .
Shafer Improve - Frank E.
Shafer, elderly harness shop pro
prietor who suffered a paralytic
stroke Saturday, was a little bet
ter yesterday, attendant report
ed . at Salem General ; hospital
where he Is confined. As yet,
however, be has little use of his
left arm and leg.
Not Much Better The condi
tion of Rev. William H: Robins,
pastor of the First Baptist church
who underwent a' major opera
tion at Salem General hospital
Friday, was "not much better" it
was -reported there last night. His
condition Is said to be "fair."
Get fSOOO Judgment Judg
ment for 38000 and costs in ad
dition was handed down yesterday
in circuit court In favor of C. F."
Heln and against Newton W. Ellis
et al. A mortgage to secure the
note of 88000 is to be foreclosed.
Book Going Out Books for
libraries In the various schools of
the county are being sorted and
prepared for mailing this week In
the county school superintendent's
office. She will mall them out
this week end.
Return to Home Here Mr.
and Mrs.. Earnest McRae have re
turned to their home here after
staying for several weeks at Wil
lamina where Mr. McRae was em
ployed in bridge construction
To Salt Lake Mrs. D. E.
Powell, who has been visiting
relatives here, will leave today
for her home, Salt Lake City,
SILVERTON, Aug. 20 Walter
Scott, who has been 111 with heart
trouble for several months. Is still
bedridden. He Is being eared for
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T.
A. Hutton here.
JUSTICE OF PEACE'
DOCKET IS IIEAW
Woodburn man Fined due to
Auto Theft Claimed
Miller B. Hayden, justice ot the
peace, was out of th city yester
day afternoon . on business, but
that did not deter him from get
ting through a busy docket earlier
la th day. Matters ranging from
moonshine drinking to wit beat
ing came np for attention. . j
' James Lelth . ' of ' Woodburn
pleaded guilty to beating his wife
and child. He admitted the of
fenses after Mrs. LeitL had signed
the complaint, and he was fined
85 and -costs by Justice Hayden.'
Apparently-satisfied with the pan-,
ishment. Mrs. Lelth got Into their
ear with her husband and son and
drove away to the family home
near Woodburn. ,
Harold Mills got drank in the
hopysrd oSid Beck near Inde
pendence. He pleaded -guilty be
fore Justice Hayden and was sen
tenced to 30 days in the county
Sehmoker Awaits "
N. 8. F. Hearing;
Clarence J. Pctamoker, who lives
in Portland, slept las, night In the.
county jail awaiting a preliminary
hearing on- the charge of issuing
checks without sufficient funds.
His wife signed -the complal; t.
One check was for $35 and was
drawn to Emma Curtis. A second
check1 for $20.28 was made to
O. P. Driggs. v
' David Krier, 20, who lives at
Sllverton. was haled Into court
on the charge of stealing an auto.
He will have a preliminary hear
ing today at 10 a. m. His bail wt
set at $500 but Krier was unable
to furnish it and rested last night
in the county-jail. He Is said to
have taken the car from Joe Tri
coll, a man of about 53 years of
age, who lives near Sllverton.
Al Meyers, formerly of
Meyers & Peterson Bar
ber shop at 341 No.
Com'l. has opened a new
shop at 152 No. Com'l.
In Neumans paint store.
under 15 yrs...
tUC. CLE AIT
YOU'LL FIND MORE BARGAINS HERE BARGAINS
THAT WILL PLEASE YOU!
LADIES' HOLEPROOF HOSE
Pure silk o , Cfl-
included O prs. OUC
Rayon ihirts and shorts. OA!
New patterns JC
Values to 75c
; TIES ,
! i i i '
Silk 4-in-hand ties, regular $1.00
Collar attached, plain or fancy
colors. . 7Qn
Values to $2.00 Ll: 7C
Fancy silk and rayon' hose, all
sizes, ; 1f
values to 35c , . 1UC
5 pr. limit
A large lot ' of hats, new styles,
values to $6.00. , 0 Af
This is a real bargain.,. $LiJD
:J ' SWEATERS
All colors, with or without sleeves:
Values to : ', ; CO OC
AH broken lines of pajamas. QC
.Values to $1.95, now',
Fancy colored hand
kerchiefs, regular 10c.
.All wool and hand tailored, , new
styles" i $22.50
Your choice of any extra trousers In our stock for dress y $Q QC
or work, j Values to $70. Knw .' -.f r ' " '-V".- $O.ZJD
469 STATE STREET
Ih Divorce Plea
.Of Mary Frank
Fir thonsand doltam n
era! alimony, one-third Interest In
real property valued at $10,000;
150 a month support money dur
ing PndenC7 Of th aWrirtm lltfra.
tlon. $40 suit money and $500 tor
awornera tees is asked by .way. of
nn&neiai , seUTement by Mary J.
Prank.' .who- vesterdarhrnnrht-
suit for - divorce from" , Alhnr'
Frank, whom she married in Sep
tember, 1122. . - - . ' .
. Frank. Is sullen, morose, . tus?
plcioas and cruel, the wife Alleges.
He has frequently accused her nt
being unfaithful. Life with him
I held-to be Intolerable.
-' She alleges he is worth $10,000
in real property and JC0OO In ner.
sonal property. ; -T . -.
HEI L EBEMRD
He cam ta Oregon by way of the
isthmus of Panama,, arriving In
June, 1153. The ftmUy settled la
northern Marlon county, near Au
rora. In 1887 they moved to th
Champoeg district, where Mr. Eb
erhard "owned , and operated a
farm until he retired a few years
ago. ; . : .
. Mr. Eberhard was prominent In
grange matters and helped to or
ganize the 'Butteville grange. He
maintained a life membership in
the Good Templars. "
He was married to Miss Isabella-
Neal of Salem in 18 80. To
this union five -children ' were
born: Mrs." W. C. Phillips of Ala-
meda, CaL," Mrs. J. N. Chambers.
Mrs.C. T. Curtis, Walter. E. and
Elda Eberhard, ll of Salem. Also
surviving are jflre' grandchildren.
Out of a family of 1.0 there is now
but,- on sister gurvlrlng, 2Jrs
Elizabeth Ridgeway of San Jose,
CaL, now In her 96th year. Sena
tor Colin R. Eberhard cf La
Grande Is a nephew
Funeral arrangements are in
charge of the Clough-Barrlck com.
P-Jhy. Service w411 be held Mon
day. August 24, at 2 o'clock -at
their chapeL . i
r COMING .SUNDAY
ypk n 1
' Henry L. Eberhard, who passed,
away at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. J. N. ( Chambers, In Salem
Wednesday, was a " resident of -Marion
county for over-76 years.
During his active, years he was a
prominent leader in farm and oth
er affairs In the northern part of
the county where he resided. The
following Is a sketch of his life.
Henry Lafayette Eberhard was
born at Colin, Mich.. May 4, 1245.
- (WITH WOOD BROS. GROCERY)
SPECIAL THIS' WEEK -3-Lb.
' Small Fat Hens . 1
'Broilers -i - Fryers i
Highest Quality ' - - Reasonable Prices
155 N. Com'l J Phone 9164
Originators of LowTriees
351 State St.
ESeGpiiimc me? Pi?oiiim2cG
Sometime ago we told you that when ever there came another
drop in the livestock market, DOWN WOULD GO OUR PRIC
ES. It's here now. The large amount of meat we handle along
rith the extreme low prices prevailing in the livestock, market
puts us in a position to offer the following:
REGULAR PRICES NO TRICKY BARGAINS
We just plan on selling a lot of choice meatsNo limit to quan
tities. The more you buy the "better we like it. 1
8T WILL PAY YOU TO COME AND SEE FOB, YOURSELF WHAT WE HAVE TO
FFER. IT WILL SURELY MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN -YOUR MEAT BILL
LEG- OF VEAL
Whole or Half
For Canning '
' 3 Ib 25c
Milk: Fed - - '
A real boy
; A delicacy ;
Loin or Rib
Most tny time
NOTE WE ARE NOT QUOTING A FE)
ALL OUR MEATS IN PROPORTION.
"SPECIALS" FOR BAIT. WE SELL
GENUINE SPRING LAMB
EVERY SHEEPMAN IS TRYING TO INDUCE THE PUBLIC TO. EAT MORE
LaJIB. WE ARE DOING OUR BIT. THESE PRICES ARE FOR THE FINEST
LAMB THAT-OREGON PRODUCES.
Yonnsr Pig ,
LEG OF LAMB
A GLANCE AT OUR CASES tVTLL PROVE THAT WE
CHOICEST YOUNG PORKERS j . V
.. - .1 : . - ! : -
SPARE RIBS :
Pure Pork :
. Coontry Styled
. Home Rendered
HANDLE ONLY THE
7 18c lb-
. Whole or Half '
We again wish to call your attention to our bacon. . Made from
the primest young pigs, cured the old fashioned way natural
wood smoke; r MUd;and leunexceUed by ax
We do not work oar employes after hoars. Out of consideration to them and their.
- families,- we- close at 6 P. M. On Saturdays at 7 P. BL '
: ' ' . HARRY BL LEVY, BIjt. : . r : ' ! '
- Salem's Oldest Market Under the same management. .Here IS years.