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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem. Oregon, Friday Morning, November 13, 1931
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Local News Briefs
Largest Radio Hookup-What
ia said to be the largest radio
hookup yet. -will bo. effected Sat
urday evening at 6 o'clock -when
120 stations "will carry a program
deroted to the Interests of Inde
pendent colleges and universities, j
President Hoover will make the
opening speech and John H.Finley,
asslsUnt editor ol the New York
Times, will follow Hoover, The
next speaker will be GroTer Cleve
land's widow, Mrs. Thomas Pres
ton. Nine presidents of independ
ent colleges or .universities will
also talk. A large number of the
Independent seminaries are de
nominational schools. -
Inlaid, print and felt base lin
oleum, 4 ' to 15 yard pieces, Vt
price and less. Imperial Furniture
Co., 47 Court. St.
Garnet t Ills Aired Ruth W,
Garnett filed suit in -circuit court
here yesterday asking divorce
Mti-i r. Garnett, to whom
ehe was married May 4. 1920. The
defendant is alleged to have beat
en his wife with his -hands, fists
and feet in a fit of anger July 28.
1931. He is also alleged frequent
ly to have used ile language in
her presence and to have stayed
away from home late at night on
repeated occasions. The wife asks
the custody of a small daughter
and $25 a month support money
for the latter.
The depression will end one of
these days then well trained of
fice helpers will be needed. En
roll foT the beginning class in
shorthand at the Capital Business
College next Monday.
Lion Club Entertained M e ru
bers of Lions club ended their
noon meeting yesterday by giving
three roars, official yell. In appro
bation of the services of their
sweetheart vocal trio, which is
disbanding and yesterday sang be
fore the club for the last time,
The trio has been composed of
Miss Myra Gleeson, Miss Harriett
Adams and Miss Beneltta Ed
wards. Donald Alison yesterday
accompanied them at the piano,
Home talent presented the pro
gram yesterday, as follows: vocal
solos by Miss-Bernlce Rlckman,
accompanied by Robert Magin;
Italian harp solos by H. Davis
Leininger; readings by Miss Mar
cia Fuestman. '
Informal Music Class Miss
Vlrginie Melton, piano instructor
of Willamette university, meets
with all her pupils once a week
for an informal get together
where each member plays some
new piece learned or takes some
part. The object is to make the
musicians more willing to play
when asked to do so at other gath
erings, rather than to show reluc
tance on such occasions. This
plan is common among European
musicians from whom Miss Mel
ton brings the idea. She has stu
died in Europe on three different
Reductions on floor sample
furniture this week only at Im
perial Furniture Co., 4 67 Court.'
Open House Next Week H.
V. Collins, manager for the Paci
fic Telephone and Telegraph
company here, yesterday announc-
Attend Rally A large delega- ed open house will be held at the
frnm the Salem Christian and
Missionary alliance attended the
Oregon churches young people s
rally held all day Wednesday at
the Dallas church. Rev. J. F. Ba
ker of Seattle, superintendent or
the district work, was the main
Bpeaker. Heading the Salem del
egation were Miss Luverne Olson,
local young people's leader, and
Rev. W. H. Caldwell. Churches
represented were those at Port
land, Hood River, Albany, Corval
lis, Dallas, Salem and Silverton.
Symphony orchestra concert ar
mory Wednesday, Nov. 18th, 8:1
p. m. Season ana single u
tale, Wills Music House.
Starts to China Miss Eugenia
Savage, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
N S. Savage, left Salem Thursday
and will sail for China Saturday
where she will organize a music
department in Hwa Nam women s
college at Foo Chow. This is a
standard college whose credits are
recognized in the United statea
ah Ravasre graduated from Wil
lamette university as a music ma
jor and took graduate worn
music at U. S. C.
company exchange building on
State street next week from
Tuesday to Friday inclusive. VIb
Itine hours will be from 9 o'clock
in the morning to 9 o'clock in the
evening. This is a part of the
company's sales and service pro
gram. Mr. Collins pointed out
that a considerable amount of
equipment has been installed
here since the open house of last
Dance Kenti Hall, Sat. 25c.
Bolt Reopened Order to re-
onen a suit of D. E. Gslser vs, E. i
J. Dawne, at al, was handed down
yesterday ta circuit court aero to
permit title to be made more
clear to property involved in the
action. Several defendants were
omitted by stenographer's error
when the suit was brougni Dei ore,
resulting in an imperfect decree.
Administrator Discharged Fi
nal court order discharging Rich
ard Carlson who was administra
tor of the estate of Daniel W.
Evans, deceased, was issued here
yesterday. All the property in the
estate goes to Elisabeth Hope
Evans. 17. who lies with her mo
ther at- Santa Monica, Calif.
Immense redactions on ladles'
,ih md ready-to-wear at
Mack's semi-annual clearance.
Save on all types of clothing.
Dr. Downs Win Speak At the
next regular Wednesday meeting
of the Willamette university cam
pus "Y," Dr. C. A. Downs will aa.
dream the ktoup on sex relation
shins. It is believed that not
enough knowledge of this is gam
ed in school work so several or
ganiiations are having such edu
Fraternis Discusses Party
Members of Fraternis club, meet
ing at the Spa for dinner last eve
ning, discussed plans lor a pany
to be held by the group between
ThanksKivinz and Christmas time,
There was no formal program ror
Snit sale Tailored made un
called for suits. Worsteds, serg
es & twists. Latest styles and fab
rics. While they last 10.7a, 14.75
16.7 5. Thos. Kav Woolen Mill
Co., 260 So. 12th.
W. U. Heads to Meet The ex
ecutive committee of Willamette
university board of trustees will
meet next Tuesday, states Presi
dent Carl G. Doney. Several Im
portant matters will be considered
by the committee of nine members.
Accounting Made Annual ac
count was filed in probate court
here yesterday In the estate of
Goldbell WHburn, Incompetent.
Ralph W. Wilburn, guardian of
the estate, reported .income of
$788, expenditures of $231 and
balance on hand of $557.
ft Students Reeistered Fif
ty-nine pupils now are enrolled in
the classes of the Opportunity
school, operated Jointly at the
hijfh school building by the
school district and the state oe-
tartment of vocational education
This figure Is a considerable in
crease over last year, according to
Miss Gertrude Anderson, director
of the school. Thirty-two pupils
are taking the course in typewrit
ing and 27, the regular graae
Cooked food sale Senator Ho-
Dance Kenti Hall, Sat. 25c.
Wants Rent Money Paid Suit
to collect money held to be due
lor rent of six acres of land in
the Willamette Galleu Irrigated
Iind company's tracts, was begun
i- MMiit court here yesterday by
Mary Schmidt. She names as de
fendants H. N. Snoddy and Mrs.
H. N. Snoddy. She says $80 a year
was tn have been paid her.
vnt .QserU that a considerable
portion of the rent is delinquent,
Symphony orchestra concert ar
mory Wednesday, Nov. 18th, 8:15
p. m. Season and single tickets on
sale, WTill3 Music House.
Support for "Prohibition Is
Pledged at Meeting in
About 140 men were in attend
ance at the first meeting of the
Northern Willamette valley dis
trict M. E. Brotherhood, held
Wednesday night at the Metho
dist church in Dallas. The meeting
went on record unanimously in fa
vor of upholding the 18 th amend
ment and all members pledged
themselw to use their influence
in their respective localities look
ing toward a campaign in favor of
All the Salem churches were
reresented by large delegations.
The main subject under eon
sideration was "Who will Support
the Church of the Future?" The
discussion took wide latitude and
Included the relations of young
men, middle aged men and older
men to the church; the relation
and duty of the church to its
members and constituents and the
position occupied by the church
with reference to the upbuilding
of the community.
The members in attendance
were divided Into three groups
and meetings were held separate
ly by each group, under the lead
ership of DIst. Supt. M. A. Marcy
of Salem, Reverend W. S. Glelser
of Newberg and Reverend C. L
It is the plan of the district of
ficers to hold four such meetings
annually. The next will be held on
the second Wednesday in Jan
uary, but the place of meeting has
not been determined.
Attorney O. W. Emmons of Sa
lem is sresldent of the district
brotherhood and Professor Roy
M. Lockenour of Willamette uni
versity is secretary.
at im cantor ex urtm'f
ELL, If you are not super
stitious this day won't
bother you any. But for
those who . may bo Just little
bit Inclined that way. It must bo
pointed out that this Is Friday
the thirteenth. Incidentally this
is the last day of this kind for
the remainder of the year, there
were two - others, so watch your
There have been but few times
since the first of this year that
a new face or a missing one has
not been noted at the regular
monthly meetings of the state
board of control. The person
nel of the organization has had
a rapid change, and while there
are a few who have been present
for years, there have been many
At the meeting yesterday at
which all heads of state insti
tution were present, this fact
was particularly noticeable.
The personnel of these meet
ings has likewise beem cut
down by one, while there will
be another absentee withia a
short time. The absentee yes
terday was Mrs. Kay Roberts,
whose position has been con
solidated with the blind school.
Hied companUe involved.
gfaeer Lester went to Seattle
yesterday to Investigate the
books ia this connection.
The governor's office yester
day received four largo onions
neatly wrapped,, and packed In
sprigs of sagebrush. The onions
were as large as a large sised
grapefruit. They were sent the
governor by the Land Settlement
organisation at Vale, Oregon, es
an argument for continued ap
propriations for irrigation.
. Accompanying the onions
was a letter stating that the
party who rained these onions
had 120 acres la this product.
He averaged 15 tons to the
acre, a ad sold at S35 to 945
ton. The crop was estimat
ed at foO.OOO. The farmer
shipped 50 carloads of these
onions east and had 60 more
carloads In the storage plant. '
"' The first -Important change this
year wss the death of Thomas
B. Kav. whose place as etate
treasurer and member wa3 taken
by Rufus C. Holman. Then Henry
Meyers was eliminated and
James Lewis represents the state
penitentiary at these monthly
sessions. Carle Abrams followed.
succeeded by William Elnzlg sec
retary and state purchasing
Since the press association at
its meeting at Los Angeles has
decided to eliminate the word
"depression," there wi'l be a lot
of pessimists without anything to
say. This word was greatly over
used, particularly by this class
of conversationalists. The opin
ion is unanimous that we all
would rather substitute "pros
RED CROSS ROLL
CALL IS SITED
Salem's part In the national
Red Cross roll call for member
ship which began Thursday ap
pears promising as reported by
the two -general chairmen, Mrs.
Frits Sla.de for the residence dis
trict and Mrs. Curtis Cross for the
Public spirited women of Sa
lem to the number of near 200
were out to acquaint the Salem
public with the needs, alms and
activities of the Red Cross and
to secure memberships to this hu-
eaanitarian organization which
gives aid in time of disaster and
A luncheon at noon with cov
ers for about 30 further unified
the idea of the Red Cross and in
sired rreater interest in the
broad work of the organization in
the city. Judge George Rossman
presided and talks were made by
Miss Tbora Boesen, local head of
the Red Cross, Charles Gill, and
A. L. Shaeffer, Pacifle coast di
rector of the Red Cross activities.
Most enthusiastic welcome is
being extended the workers and
as one member of the down-town
committee said. "People act really
glad to see us and do not look no : ' .
over as though we were Tats come
to take their money as Is the case : ;
in many drives." . . ' j -. 'r':f.-z-
Several hundred memberships -
of varying amounts was obtained
today as a he ginning, work will - '
be done com booths today as well
as personal solicitation.
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CASES NOTED HEBE
Twenty-eight new cases of tu
berculosis have been reported In
Marion county up to November 1
of this year, It Is revealed in a
survey Just completed by the
nurses on the county health de
partment staff. Including the 24
cases of the disease at the state
tuberculosis hospital, there are
95 known cases in the county.
As an example of how the dis
ease may be spread. It is pointed
out by Dr. Vernon A. Douglas,
county health officer, there have
been COS known contacts with
the 95 afflicted persons. He adds,
however, that this does not mean
there are 609 potential cases.
During 1930 and 1931 up to No
vember 1, 11 persons have died
from the disease. There are 38
cases in Salem.
Statistics from other parts of
the nation show that Marion coun
ty has an enviable record in tu
berculosis control, according to
Dale Dixon Injured Dale Dix
on, route 1, yesterday reported to
the police that he was injured as
the result of an automobile col
lision at Myrtle avenue and Fair
grounds road Wednesday. The car
young DIxoa was driving was
tipped over on one side when it
was struck by that driven by How
ard Evans, route 8, Dixon stated.
Turkey shoot Sunday, Nov. 15,
5 mi. E. of Salem, Garden Rd..
R. G. DeSart.
Registration Slackens - Regis
tration at the U. S. employment
otfice yesterday slackened up an I
only 34 mea were listed in the
files for emergency road employ
ment. Agent Sim Phillips and his
a A 4 an HLC (133131011 I . -I VJ j - v w v -f
Z 4. an estimated worth of terday worked at selecting the
hich has an estimated llu ' . ... Mrh nMt
loft rv h poeeca. d. mm iui
Jones. deceased, preliminary
statements made yesterday in pro
hate court here reveal. Bruce A.
Jones and Witt R. Jones have
been named executors of her will.
Appraisers named by the court
are Bessie M- Elotson. Walter
Fuhrer and (Mildred Judson.
Monday will replace the 43 men
now at work.
iafiip Party Tonight The
Epworth League of the First M.
E. church will hold a whisker and
apron party tonight at the church.
Prizes will be given tor tne oesi
beard and best girl's costume.
More than 90 were present at the
meeting last sunaay
Did you see Mrs. Mack's sd in
Thursday's Statesman. Better
drop in today or tomorrow and
take advantage of real semi-an
nual clearance sale prices.
To Manage Hotel The man
agement of the Wlllamlna hotel,
owned by A. W. King, has been
taken over by A. E. LeBranch 01
Salem, King's son-in-law. The
previous manager has moved with
his wife and son to Newberg.
PleaJs Gnilty Albert Aplin
was fined $25 and costs in Justice
court Thursday following the en
try of a plea of guilty to a charge
of possession of Intoxicating li
Trespassing Charged Dwaln
Griffith has entered a plea of not
ruilty to a charge of trespassing
upon inclosed land, and bis case
has been set for 2 o'clock Thurs
day, in Justice court.
Save, dollars, la lies! Mrs.
Mack's semi-annual clearance
continues this weekend. You'll
find holiday frocks at big reduc
tions. Case Continued The case of
Frank J. Poppa was continued In
justice court from Thursday to
November 16. Poppa has been
charged with possession of intoxi
Bains Hare Son Mr. and Mrs.
erne Bain of Woodburn, gradu
ates of Willamette university,
have announced the arrival of a
son. Mr. Bain is superintendent of
schools at Woodburn.
Ells REPAY ALL
BE IN COURT TODAY
But the changes did not
stop here. It was not long he
fore Superintendent Howard of
the Mind school was replaced
by Walter Dry. who now holds
two positions, that also of the
blind employment school at
Portland. The most recent
rhanee Is that of superinten
dent of the state training
school for boys.
Don't loan your money to a col
lege man if you can find a coed
who wishes to draw from your
loan fund! That is of course If
you wish to get your money back.
C. P. Bishop, custodian of the
Robert A. Booth student loan
fund for Willamette university
students, has released information
concerning loans which will add
even more to women's deservedly
good opinion of themselves.
During the 26 years that the
loan fund has been in operation.
every single girl and incldently
the married ones too if there were
any has repaid every penny of
money borrowed. It took one girl
17 years to do so, but she never
On the other hand eight of the
boys have never repaid and 10
were forced to do so.
The original loan fund was $1,
000 and during the 26 years of
its existence, 390 loans hare been
made to tide students over hard
straits. The small rate of inter
est charged has increased the
fund to 31,943.
Sam Laughlln was here In that
role yesterdaj. succeeding W. H.
Baillie. The other one who will
he missln from meetings soon
will be Sam Starmer. superinten
dent of the state soldiers home aDd special damages of $150 are
Circuit Judge McMahan will re
sume court here this morning
when the case of Frank Kovenz,
guardian for the estate of Andrew
Kovenz, a minor, comes up for
hearing. Defendant in the action
is the T. A. Livesley Hop com
The plaintiff alleges that he
was permanently Injured as the
result of beinjr struck over the
head with a hop pole by an em
ploye of the Livesley hop firm
The youth lost his speech for a
time and will be permanently af
fected, the plaintiff's guardian al
-General damages of $15,000,
Of 1540 N. Front St., Nov. 11,
Mary Paul, aged 58 years. Be
loved wife of Charles Paul. Moth
er of Rudqlf, Louis, Alfred and
Lawrence Paul of Sheboygan,
Wise, Leonard Paul of Salem,
Mrs. Anna Bowling of St. Paul.
Minn., Mrs. Lillian Russell and
Mrs. Irene Tressmer, of Wisconsin
Rapids. Wis.. Evelyn Paul, Kenno-
sha, Wis., and Ella Paul or Salem.
The funeral services will be held
Friday, Nov. 13 at 10 a. m. from
the chapel of the Salem Mortuary,
545 North Capitol St., Rev. Thos.
V. Keenan officiating. Interment
St. Barbara's cemetery.
at Rnfenrr. His nosition win
be automatically dropped when
th national rovernment takes
over the soldiers' home.
sought in the action.
On route 6, box 111, of this city
Nov. 12. P. M.. Carl J. Lax, 64.
Husband of Emma Lax. Remains
In care of Terwllliger tunerai
home, 770 Chemeketa St. Funeral
services Saturday, Nov. 14, at 10:-
30 A. M. P. W. Erlckson will of
ficiate. Remains will be taken to
Portland for cremation.
FAMILY HELPED AS
RESULT OF STORY
Salem people have no wish to
see a family within their midst go
hungry, judging from ready re
sponse received by The Statesman
yesterday to call for help for a
man, his wife and seven children.
Ten requests for the man's
name and address were received
at the office up to midafternoon,
and before the day was over the
father's burden must have been
A grocer reported he had an
order of food to deliver; a woman
said she had three days work for
the father; and others did not say
what they had to offer.
certain Property in the estate of Leagu
Jennie Demarest, aeceaseu, u
nslde for him has been maae to Specially priced hats $2 to $9
the county court by Ethan Demar- Mack's semi-annual clear
est, an heir. The date for the pud- ancfi gale Mrs Bascue at Mack's.
lie hearing on tne maner u..
t,et for November 24. Chris Kow-
lts is administrator, ae dous uuu,
of the estate.
' B P. W. C. rummage sale Sat
urday. Bligh Bldg., 512 State.
T.ln Party Saturday The
Daleth Teth Gimel line party will
be held Saturday night with ap-
nrn-Hmate-lv 80 expected to at
tend. The irirls' plan for the par
ty to start at the Elslnore theatre
nontinncd -. The and L following the .show .the group
v'"v" -, , ua-rtii I will be enteriamea i me uumo vi
..tnn nf Houor. yesterday was i . . x,-o.iitlrn Governor
continued for one week by JudeiLfftSftr vesteTdav issued papers for
. i. -VM - . a
Poulsen. Owens- jpiomuuiio """ the return to Oregon or mrnesi
held in lieu of $100 bail.
iMeCown. who is under arrest m
Seattle, charged with forgery
ittert in Yamhill county
MrCova aljo Is known in ponce
circles as C. L. Bilyeu and C. W
BAPTISTS TO COME
FOR STATE SESSION
In Recent Rains
Complaints concerning the san
itary sewer on Kearney and
Owens streets apparently have
been settled with the reconstruc
tlon recently completed. Hugh
Rogers, city engineer, reported
that no complaints were made
during the recent heavy rain
storm, although the sewer in
other years had caused much
The city council several weeks
ago received complaints concern
ing the sewer and ordered its re
construction. The old 8-lnch
pipe was removed and replaced
with 1 and 12-lnch pipe.
To Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Waldo Miller of Salem, a boy, Al- j Manning
Vn .KOn. ouru overcoat sale
in this city. SuU8 1075
1 nnlllAS-9 IU iVTl. av t-. I -
slMn - boy. 14.75. 16.75 overcoats
Martin Wesley, born on October 15 50. .Tho'. Kay Woolen
2i in this city. J Mill Co., 260 bo. ltn.
Peterson To air. anu .
n-.v wiuiam Peterson. 1747
Broadway street, a boy. Mark Wll
ltam III, born on November 8 at
c.iam rwaconness hospital.
To Mr. and Mrs. Staryl
Chester Austin, 1540 North
. x a Vaw PhaHAa K.11 -
;eT bo rNoVmbVr 9 Vt The left here last Wednesday
Ttnfirainw maternity home. i r., v., n h tnv nn sale
Clark To Mr. and Mrs. Robert reductions. Mrs. Bascue at
w . l ff mi V C 7A K in v, ! w o
Arthur james v, Mack's, 355 N. High
mrnrui avenue, a uoj.
Delegates from the young peo
ples' division of the Oregon Bap
tut utatft convention will pour in
to Salem late today for the open- f hrim Pllllatc
ing session of the two-day gather- IiLiCC r
lng at the Calvary Baptist church A rs VfVkfPr? Ztt
The opening session will be at
7:30 o'clock tonight, with Hugh
Sherwood presiding and the ad
dress of welcome to be given by
W. Earl Cochran, pastor of the
Brief talks will be given on
phases of the general subject,
"LIxhts AIohk the Shore," by the
following: Louise K. Hunderup,
Portland. Mildred Grimm, Zelda
Harlan, Elmer Ludwick and Hugh
The Saturday morning session
will open at 9:30 o'clock, with
Harold Ayers and Lawrence Fra
sler giving reports on the Wash
ington, D. C. convention.
The members who remain
on the board, the same since
the first of the year, some hav
ing been attending for many
reara. are Governor Julius L.
Meier, Secretary Hal E. Hoss,
Tr R. K. Lee Steiner of the
state hospital. Dr. McNary of
the Eastern Oregon State hos
pital. Dr. Byrd of the feeble
minded institution. Dr. BalUn-
irer of the state tnbercaloM
hospital. Dr. Steed of the deaf
y-hnnl n,l Mrs. Patterson of
the girls' industrial school.
And speaking of Dr. Steiner,
he appeared at the state house
yesterday with a black mustache.
He says he was ordered Decause
of a sore upper lip not to soave,
but this sounds like Just an ex
cuse. Doc says this Is the first
time he has appeared with one
in 40 years.
The public utilities commis
sion is still working hard on
the telephone investigation,
which it is reported is a stu
pcmloiifl task because of the
In this city Nov. 11, Ernest
Walling, seven years. Son of Mr.
and Mrs. R. Walling of 896 S.
T j m i4tn street; orotner or iwns, wr-
LaUnCtied Again guerlte, Robert. Warren, Bessie,
verna ana ueurgn, an ui
Funeral services Friday, Nov. 13
at 1:30 p. m. from the ehapel of
W. T. Rlgdon and Son. Interment
Claggett cemetery. Rev. Howe will
T. E. Atchley, 666 Alberta
street, Portland, yesterday filed
with the secretary of state here sn
initiative petition amending the
Oregon constitution so as to pro
hibit the manufacture, sale, lm
portation, giving away or adver
tising of cigarettes and cigarette
papers In this state.
This virtually Is the same peti
tion that was filed in the Oregon
antl-clgare'te league two years
ago. At the election held In 1930
the proposal to prohibit the man
ufacture and sale of cigarettes in
Oregon was defeated by a vote of
156,265 to 54,231.
A total of 87,088 signatures
must be obtained before the com
pleted petitions for the condition
al amendment can be filed.
Called by Death
SCIO, Nov. 12 Dorothy Jean
the six weeks old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hildreth, died
Monday noon at the family home.
The Infant had been in the
Incubator at Albany general hos
pital for several weeks.
Private funeral services were
held Tuesday afternoon.
At the residence, -2 070 Myrtle
Ave., Nov. 11, William R. Chute,
aged 78 years. Survived by widow.
Mrs. W. R. Chute, Salem; chil
dren, Ila Stratton of Polk coanty.
Clara Belle O'Reilly of Salem and
Freeman G. Chute of Warsaw,
Russia. Funeral services Friday,
Nov. 13, at 3 p. m. from the chap
el of W. T. Rlgdon and Son. Inter
ment Cityview cemetery. Rev.
Howe will officiate.
W5' FILLED AT
415 State Tel. 0123
Ask Your Doctor
Dahl Youngster Has
SILVERTON, Nov. 12 Or-
. a w-.t i aaS VJ
i a . n ot nt T9iri inter- ""' '"" j
collegiate Press association, which of Mr and Mrs. Antone Dahl,
holds its annual meeting on the underwent an operation for the
tt"ah- e nri. eamnus on removal of his appendix at the
homecoming week end, Govern ner
12. IS and 14.
Mr. Hoss will address tne aeie-
gates, who represent 15 college
dally newspapers on the Pacific
coast, on the topic: "The Newspa
per Man in Public Affairs.' Mr.
Hoss Is sn example ot tne news
r.nner man who has given up edi
torial duties to serve ss a public
Silverton hospital this week. The
little chap Is getting along quite
well although he was critically 111
at first. His mother returned
from a motor trip to Wisconsin
two days before the child was tak
en ill. Orlando had been at home
with his father during his moth
er's short visit In the middlewest.
HoffneU Sails Today "Bud"
Hoffnell, son of Mr. and Mrs. E.
M. Hoffnell, will sail irom &an
Francisco on the S. S. President
Harrison for a round the world
tour of five months. He will serve
as a merchant marine cadet. He
Onions Sent to
I m s- V. a
ard, borri on NovemDer . m
Jackson -maternity home.
Comstock To Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Louis Comstock of Mon
mouth, a boy, Ronald Day. born
on October 9 at Salem General
hospital. ' ,
To-Mr. and Mrs. Ira Del-
bert Mix ot Independence, a girl,
born on October 10 at Salem Gen-
White To Mr. and Mrs. Low
lru.wnrth White. 1875 South
Churst streeti a boy, Gordon Al
len, born on November 6 at Sa
lom Reneral hospital.
Bain To Mr. and Mrs. Verne
rii Rain of Woodburn, a boy.
Robert Verne, born on November
ti t Snlem fieneral hospital.
Gralopp To Mr. and Mrs. M.
E. Gralopp of Salem route 7, a
boy, Dwight Earl, born on Novem
ber 1 at the. Bungalow maternity
noma. ' ''"
Son Born to Smiths A son.
which has been named jeraiu
Frank, Saturday was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Fred W. Smith. Mrs.
Smith formerly was known as
Fern Thatcher. Mr. smitn is
employed by the Cobbs Mitchell
"T" A his Peace Movement
Any who have not been given- a
chance to sign one of the disarma
ment netitions which were circu
lated last Sunday, can do so at
the Y. M. C. A- any time during
th av or evening, states Prof.
ivinn Fined Dan Frieson
of West Salem yesterday was fin
ed 17.50 in municipal court on a
hrra of reckless driving. Tom
weaver of Salem, who Wednesday
was arrested on a cbarga of being
drunk, yesterday was nceo sa-eu
H. G. Kennard. water master
for the Vale-Owyhee Irrigation
project, has sent to uovernor
Meier foir large onions, attrac
tively wrapped, which were pro
duced on the west uuiiy creea
bench of the Irrigation district.
Kennard wrote that 50 carloads
of onions already have been har
vested this year preparatory to oe-
ing shipped to Eugene and other
western Oregon markets.
Chicken thieves entered the
hen house on T. T. Crozer's Polk
county farm sometime Wednes
day night and made off with
about four dosen choice pullets,
Crorer reported yesterday morn
ing. He found tracks through shrub
bery to the chickenhouse, ana
could see where the thieves had
slid down the embankment to the
road. He found one empty gun
Hoss to Address
Press Group at
Hal Hoss. secretary of state and
former managing editor of the Ore
gon City Enterprise, will speak at
a banquet in: Eugene tonight at
Two Licenses to
Wed Are Issued
r- itana in wed were Is
sued in the county clerk's office
Nnrmin Paul Launer, 24-year
old linotype operator on the Polk
County Itemixer-Observer at uai
lu. secured a license to marry
Alma E. Tittle, 24-year old regis
tered nurse who lives at Mon
Charles H. Tucker. 21, 4643
25th Avenue southeast, Portland,
a laborer, secured a license to
marry Virginia Davison, 18, 69 OC
77th street, Portland, a domestic.
1um t i iihT Mar
rni . i af - i uta
IN CASH PRIZES
See Your Druggist
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1 0UT B&UGGlSTS ivtitwaix?
WHEN IN TILLAMOOK STOP
Rates 91.00 to SL50
Modern, Hot and Cold Water,
Oregon Electric Ry.
Sunday, Nov. 15, 1931
Northbound to Portland
t-55 am. train will leave at
9-30 arriving Portland 10-5 .
5-05 pm. train unchanged.
12-45 pm. train except Satur
day (1-15 Saturdays) and the
3-20 pm. dally train -discontinued.
Southbound arrivals from
The 9-45 am. train la un
The 8-00 pm
Trains arriving at 3-00
11-15 pm. discontinued.
At 457 South 17th St., Nov. 9,
Charles H. Simpson, aged 70
years. Beloved husband of Mar
garet Simpson. Father of Alyce
Simpson of Hollywood, Cal., Earl
R. of Oceanside, Cal., and H. B.
Simpson of Salem. Brother of A.
Ei Simpson of Salem. The funeral
services will be held Friday, Nov.
13 at 2 p. m. from the chapel of
the Salem Mortuary, 545 North
Capitol SL Friends invited. Inter
ment Belcrest Memorial park.
'Clothes Of Individuality
train will arrive
Leave at 9:48 am., arriving
Eugene 11-49 am.
New folders, further in for
nation, etc., from
E. F. Roberts, City Fsgr.
Ii. F. Knowlton, General Agent
Oregon Electric Ry
CITY VIEW CEMETERY
Established 1893 Tel. 8052
Perpetual care provided for
ue j'artirr Moderately
HS1 w4ln Priced
A Park Cemetery
With Perpetual Care
Jut tea mlaatea from the
heart of town
'20. '25. 'SRI
In. Salem Exclusively At
-426 STATE ST.
L M. Clough
Dr. L. B. Barrlck
V. T. Golden
Phone Sill .
Church at Ferry St.
Dr. Chan Lam
180 N. Commercial
Tuesday and Satur
day 2 to ft J M.
Our Saturday only candy spe
cial: Both Dark and Ligni
chocolates In big variety. Nut
Tops, Chews, Nougeta, Fruit
flavors. Buy them by the box
'$1.49 five lbs.
One lb. 32c less than lb. lots
49e. Buy them tomorrow and
you'll Join the ranks of regu
lar Saturday Patrons.
1SS X. Commercial SC
The Original Yellow Front
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank onr friends
for the beautiful floral offerings
and kind sympathy extended us
during our recent sorrow. Sleg-
DR. B. H. WHITE
Night and Day C?
External Cancer RemovV
Office, 855 N.' Capitol St.
Phone 503d . Salem, Ore. .
LADD & BUSH,
Commercial and Savings Department
We will rebore and hon cylinders, fcrind valves, tight
en bearings, clean plugi and points, adjust timing chain
4 cylinder cars $32.50 ; 6 cylinder cars 50 up. Parts
included. All other work $1.00 per hour.
HERBERT J. OOTLIND
375 Chemeketa . ' C" Phone 4093
Call OdlO, Used Furniture
151 North High
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