The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, January 05, 1932, Page 11, Image 11

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SITUATIONS WANTED
Work for rcom rent-rwanted y'
tmlversity mala senior. Frank E. Lcxpk
Jrt, Lebanon.' Pre.- ' '
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
- FOR SALE OM tmper tOc a baa
tfla Statesman office.
Typewriter all make, new and
fesed. Adders and typewriter torrent
Typewriter Excbaaae. ' 421 . Court St
4?4 1b."vlrgM wooT blanket. $.
fair. Greenbaum's, Stw North jCom'L
All makes automatio and team
evalea reconditioned. Iowa Gar. & Mch.
Shop. Phono S911.-20I Chemeketa,
FOR SALE : Wedgwood combina
tion wood , and gas range. 1705 Court
Street.
Mavtas washing machine, rood con-
ttltlon. cheap. 130! Court fit
WANTED Miscellaneous
All kinds of rifles, pistols, shotguns.
Ji'.d fold and Jewelry. Condition no ob
ect. Name your prlc. - f
REINER'S EXCHANGES
324 N. Commercial
Change on radios, phonographs, or fur
r . . CUM . 1 . .. "V .
WANTED Will pay Jo a pound for
GOOD CLEAN COTTON raga Must
be pieces at least a square vard.
Statesman office.
WANTED A fresh cow. & H. Bar
er. Tel. 63F4. -
MISCELLANEOUS
V"1 rtruLrLrLnnj n innr"r "i'"!"""" - - - -
Palnttne and decorating; contract or
day. Winter prlcea Phone $4$L Wm.
Yagbr, 1195' Shipping.
ROOM and BOARD
Rra. and board close In. Tel. CUT.
Room with board. 104t N. 17th.
Furnished room, private family. 194
8 Cottar. Tel. 449 after 6 p. m.
Fi.R RENT APARTMENTS
Patton apartments with private
bath, nlcelrfurnlsbed. Located tn
business district. Call Pattoa's Book
cuor.
I-rm. turn. apj. 2241 Hazel Ave. TeL
T6S4.
VassaasasMsassAsssss
"S Voom apt. 44S a Winter.
tfUVVVVYrr i"r r n -.
I room apt. 124 S Chemeketa.
Prascott apartments, two rooms foH
nished, modern, furnace neat, iota oi
hot water, garage. . near statehouse.
Adults. 1044 Oak St.
For Bent Apt. 255 Division St
Small, fur. heated apt. 90 Union.
Light housekeeping rooms. Sleeping
rooms, furnished apt. 4S5 So. Com'L
Nice fur. apt 494 N. Cottage.
- Clesn, hated apt 412 Marion.
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOB RENT Flats for adulta to
f rooms S30 to $40 Also housea eta
BECKS HENDRICKS
IS9 North Hisn Btreer
t furnished houses for rent Melvln
Johnson.
Nearly new f R. house. Elec range.
Adults only. Call ISO E. Bush.
tjam tm K T VmiaA 14S0 IrfftrkAt.
K W WU k v
House for rent, partly furnished
$00.0. Phone l70. 833 S. 15th St.
Pr"T A T .3
Kent your noun nuw bwwh b.
Thomason. 341 State, Room 4. Houses f
S to 40.- UanoT Dunjnuows, ii wm
lit. Furnished fl to $30; also ware
house 120.
FOR RENT
1070 N. 19th, R.
2120 Myrtle, 8 R.
-125.
. 2S.
25.
19 Hasel, C a.
SSI Thomnaon. SR.
20.
1342 N. Capitol, 7 R.
li6 Lee, 4 R.
IS.
10.
. ' W. O. KRUEfeER '
Phon 472 147 N. Commercial
FOR RENT
Restaurant for rent J9 N. Com'L
4 Garatre for rent. Tnqnirf 285 R 14th.
FOR SALE -Steal Estate
soml-modem home, fireplace, base
" ment, etc. with quarter-block or half
u b aaIo ir.t if la ornamental
shrubbery, nuts and fruit, receipts
from which pays Uses yearly. Two
! raragea paved street, in growing res
idence district House and. quarter
block 12.800 or with half block $5,300.
tonus. Owner. 765 corner Rural and
Winter Sts rnone sa.
VijAjMJw"wwir - - - - - - -------
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XOUr BUBUdnu c.vtM "
tlful s room home, fireplace, furnace,
bullt-ins, beautifuUy decorated. Reas
nable price and terms like rent 1495
N. lOtO. Ae Ae "
POLLY AND HER PALS
NJO MATTE-R
EX3CELL&NTT
WHAT HAPPENS
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FR NEW
VEARS
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no financial responsibility
tor errors which may ap-
pear In advertisements pub
lished; in lta columns, and
in cases where this paper Is
at faalt will reprint that
part of an advertisement In
. which,: the typographical
mistake occurs.
The Statesman reserves
the right to reject objec
tloaal ; advertising. It fur
ther reserves the right to
classify all advertising un
der the proper classification.
FOR SALE REALJ2STATE
H.AWIA fV T ivmiro
i.wa. nuo
with built-in kitchen and nook. Ughu
wier Byaiem, oou barn. If taken
this week. $J750.00. $600 down; only
V4 -acres, modern house with bath.
I acres ivilnuti sic a tiik.. .
10
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11 V atntvt rin ...
- i aiui . lv ii i nay
running water, for Irrigation. 3-miles
im , ui utao nome in saiem as
part ,
crop. 5-A. timber, new. modern 7-R.
iwinv nn uaseraent. xurnaca
"? ttflet 8 poultry houses, all for
$6000.00: gh-e grod terma
SEARS A TITCKRR- TtAaUnrm
its outn High Street
We nai. mrut mjt r
room house, large barn. Urine water,
some timber, C miles Salem, worth
$8500, stacked and equipped ; wants
Salem home or small acreage. .
Splendid new strictly modern 8a
tera home worth $6000. clear and want
a good 40 or 50 acre valley farm and
will assume small encumbrance.
27 fine acres well Improved. 1 mile
east on Penn road .price $6500 00.
a 1 ll 1 f-4 I' .Sb L L'aj V T XTl TXT
209-10 U. & Bank Bldg. Phone 482s.
1HK NEW YEAR
Offers you a NEW IIOCSE
Artistic tleatsm Kontli.i m
large rooms, double garage. A. real
buy at 26500. SMmnU....
be arranged.
SEE Mrs. EHis with
LEO N. Phti.tw en ti
Stale Street ' phone 6702.
yVR RAT .VI rT "MHIM r
best dairy and berry farms In the Wil-
. , u,r- improvea oulldings and
all the convenience of the city. On
payed highway. P. O. Box 165. Salem.
S rnnm mrA Ka,,m Tn..iu
18th. TeL 4277. '
EXCHANGt. Real Estate
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rxfti KAUILVNGE-
Will exchange even lor good vacant
.L. Ni CHIUD3 CO.. Realtors
320 State Street Phono 6702
$2000.00 tit irun An
- v.. v-i ij j. i urei k.j . ,
to trade for clear property ia Salem.
equipped at a real bargain, or will
vmj jvten.j' price f touu.UU.
Good income Atnurt. Im h.m
town to trade for equipped farm, also
Oregon Building Phone 8902.
FOR SALE FARMS
STOOd SOIL onrt hltco wKlnh
to build than the price we ask for the
cisce. rnce mo., it sold next ten
daya Terma Might' consider some
trade. SEE my agents,
BEtJHTEL & THOMASON
241 SUte Street
ACREARE
120 A. dark loam BOIL hnuae. hnra
good rtL, family orchard, pressure
water system. $7600. Federal loan
at SiCOl. Trlwt t1(M
40 A..8 ml Salem, 6 R. 'modern home.
new moaern oauy earn for 16
cowa Electric water system, fen
ced and cross fenced with woven
wire. Death In family reason for
selline. $7500. Would talc miill..
acreage.
... A" FORKNER
1610 N. Cott&fa PW.
KTTi'P lsnxr t iotuv
XOU can bur sn-Mim fm.
w - v.j iu
ey now than you can next spring.
iw ui miuuroan uome. rooms,
srarajra. naviul ri m-h 1 1 .
5??watr -no c,t taxea Price cut to
i . koto terms, ngk
ottiiEij or THOMASON
241 State Street Room 4.
20 A. $-4 mi. from Hubbard originally
Vlor 25e- Per acre. Price now
$1100.
20 acres timber, $ ml. from Newberg.
estimated one million ft lumber.
vvv cunii oi wooa, 6u per acre.
2 ? TJ. a Bank Bldg. Phono $71$.
WANTED REAL ESTATE
5Xi .v .. wt nave rrom x,
000 to $5000 In caih. Mathilda Oak
man. Rt t. Box 145, Salem.
Business Opportunities
A. mm ..... ..nr-llnJL
Vf BdLiht ICVIUlfPED WOOD BUS
f TN Pan 1iV-lI oat m
t If Interested, we have a money mak-
.t" mr m riant party.
.LEO N. CHI LPS CO., Realtors .
120 Htnt Street Phone 670$
MONEY TO LOAN
. - -PSRSONAl. LOANS
MADE on furniture, eara saiariM
sr other good security. Reparable
monthly When In financial need see
us before closing a loan.
GENERAL INVESTMENT
CORPORATION
First National Bank Bldg. Phone $553
WITH
Hgsm I i) riii : I i i l . t i ia hi .,-..v. i
FISTS AND I
-i5 I i i i ii ii j I i.honlukat h tt t -i .,x.C. y
vt - . . . - v . x 1 ii x i " a ii i ii m m www: - T m -- i tirej i - ' a. tsm v
TH&UM1T,
srrm.- it. xa x. ii :i i i w i itrs m zf-ut ' r
Meets, Demdh danMarma mWdmM
MONEY TO fIAM
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f TT V Am n . .
f!TTT AMTk SI nu
rataa. Rut tmmm iihi.i..i.i. . ..
Insurance departmeat offers yon ax-
wn witct ana servic in au imoa
.1 jinn i
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If AW - I n 1 u Vf nl . tTmra
Contracts Refinanced
Arrange to reduce your payment
lou keep the car.
P. A. BIKER
f?at I JWw fi en' Psasss-w
Phon 4TSS S&lerh. Or.
'Bells of Harmony
Heard over KOIN dally
lng out e loan service that -Is
really, really, different.
NO DEDUCTIONS
NO FEES
NO OTHER CHARGES
ONLI LAWFUL INTEREST
STRIPT PRIVirT
QUICK AND COURTEOUS SERVICB
OJ UjaNs $10 to $300
j Beneficial Loan
Society r
Room 11$ New Bligb Bids. 2nd Hoar
LICENSED BY STATE
$11 State St TeL $-7-4-0.
EXTRA MONET FOR CHRISTMAS
u you are in need of Some extra
money for end of the year expenses,
see ua We advance cash to salaried
people on plain notes, endorsed notea
Lfurnlture, pianos, etc. Repayment ar-
rangea 10 suit your convenience. Our
service Is quick, courteous and confi
dential. (
STATES LOAM mVPMT
212 Oreson Rlitr. 9ta
Ofttce hra 10:00 A. M. to :30 P. m!
xeiepnone 7 7 83 Licensed by State
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Private money to loan on Improved
real estate. P. H. Bell. 220 N. High.
TeU 9678 or 3427.
LOANS WANTED
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WANTED Private
money to
oa real estata
W. H. GRABENHORST
REALTORS '
CO.
124 9. Liberty 8t Tel
6468
LIVE STOCK and POULTRY
- - i-i-i-.-.-ii-M-i-yirinriA
FOR SALE Registered Hamiuhln
ewes, 1 jrr. up to lamb Feb. Mar
Jan. price. $5 per head. Write J. X
McFarland. Tangent, Ore.
FOR SALE WOOD
Green second rrowth 24. Old fir and
ash, phone Judd 10SF2L
GUARANTEED DRT wood coal
TeL 6000 Salem Fuel Co. Trad
uotujre.
1 - - -i i- ---iri.-i'vvv-krtriaiww.Afti-irinn
2nd rrowth fir 4 ft 84.60. AmUvmrmA
uick uampton. Jerierson. Oregon.
is la 2nd growth fir $4.50 and $5.
00. TeL 5648.
For eooA wvmS nhnnoi S9t4V TVVei
ALL KINDS, any length. Call 8780.
in. oia nr. neavy oars, large
2nd growth, dry. Howard. TeL 8986.
16" larre old fir. 85.50. Sa it at
1775 N. Front TeL 8664.
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Well seasoned 16" 2nd rrowth fir.
good measure. Reasonable. Phone
327.
Old fir 16", $5.00. TeL 8472.
'DRT FIR AND OAK WOOD.. 1mJ
and fuel OIL Call on us for prlcea We
give Kooa measure, good quality and
Kooa service.
LARMER TRANSFER STORAGE
Telephone 8181
2nd prth. 16". $5. Maple $7. Ph. 6122.
jin iir i . ctecona rrowtn
IS" seasoned $4.75. TeL 6126.
sa m - --f-, iii--r-tj-ij-tj-ij-xrXO
16" old fir. 25 ed. 4 cd. for ill 4 ft
2nd growth $4. 14" dry oak $6. TeL
Dry slab and old fir. TL 6748,
stsssssnsaassrfs-)
eesHsssissSsaassi
FIRST CLASS FUEL
16" Old Fir mm block $5.00
y load miU block , 2.T6
16" dry sec. growth fir
load sec growth
16" dry old Fir
6.60
.oo
6.60
1(0
K load old Fir
Our large load is a cord of 4-ft
wood sawed 16-inch. Phone 8247.
FRED E. WELLS, INC.
WOOD SAWING
Wood Hawing. Robins. Tel. !462.
LOST and FOUND
mm mm rmnjvum
Lost In downtown district, Hamilton
watch. Reward. Telephone 64F2.
FOR SALE USED CARS
Qood-Will
Used Cars
SOLD WITH A GUARANTY
1929-PonUao Coach tfl so
1930-Pontiao Sedaa
1928-Pontiao Cabriolet .
1927-Pontiao Coupe ,,
1927-Pontlao Roadster .
1927-OaklanS Coach
192T-Chevrolst Coupe
1927-Cleveland. Sedaa .
1926Studebaker Coach
1926-Jewett Coach
650.00
290.00
, J40.00
250.00
275.00
, 170.00
, 250.00
, 250.00
. 190.00
, 100.00
. 110.00
lszs-Kord coupe
1927-Ford Roadster -
Wood -Wheaton Motor
Company
Oakland -Phono 9588 ' Pontlas
USED CAR DEPARTMENT
54S Chemeketa Street
. .r?8.A:LE B' nce company
mi Deluxe model OAKLAND SB
DAN at -very low price.
OREGON FINANCB CORP.
Phone $066.
Chevrolet coach for sale or trade
for north or east Salem lot TeL 8898.
Box 112. Statesman.
FOR HAT.R f.liu.
touring.
1880 a 11th. TeL 5029.
Paw Retaliates
ar a . w a sh x - AiVfJA i iisr .A'a " ' rviiir wvr- vvLyi wazi i a mm
FOR SALE USED CARS
............ . 'nnnrijLnjvui
A Bargain a Day
TODAY'S BARGAIN
12T Pontlao Landau sedan rua but
11.000 mL original finish. Nearly new
rubber. -
This can wCl hare to bo see ta
order to be appreciated.
PRICB $276. . ,''.
McKAY CHEV. CO.
Whera Too Get the Big Worth
281 Center Street
mwi. - - - - - . -AynivmiiAAn
TOUR CAR IS HERE BUT NOW
AT LOWER PRICES
"FORDS
1911
1920
1920
192$
1927
1929
1929
1929
1928
1928
1926
1926
Coupe
.$445 00
. 250.00
. 250.00
. 160.00
coupe
Coupe ,
Roadster , ,., ,
OTHER MAKES
Std. Buick Coach ,
275.00
175.00
275.00
250.00
175.00
250.00
90.00
160.00
uodg S Sedan
Whippet 6 4 pass. Coup
nroouui seaan ,
Essex 4 Pass. Coupe
Chevrolet Coach -
Chevrolet Sedan
Special Srtide Coach ..
TERMS TRADES
I
VA1XET MOTOR CO. ,
Phone T910 Marion A Liberty I.ot
NOTICE OF APPOUmrKNT OF
ADMINISTRATRIX
Notlca U hereby given that tha
nnderstraed has been dnlv in.
pointed by tha County Court ot
the) Slate of Oregon tor the Coun
ty of Marlon, as Administratrix es
tate ot DO TLB B. SMITH, De
ceased, and that shs has dniv
qualified as such Administratrix;
aii persons having claims against
me estate or said decedent are
hereby notified ta nrMMi that
same, duly verified, to me, at the
omce ot uoyninan & Thompson,
my attorneys, at Rainm nrrn
within six months from the date
or this notice.
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
18 th day of December, 131.
CORA S. SMITH,
Administratrix.
MOTNIHAN ft THOMPSON,
21 Oregon Bldg.. Salem, Ot.
Attorneys for Administratrix.
D22-29-J5-1J-1I
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
Notlca la herebv -! t,
undersigned hare been duly ap
pointed by the County Court of
the State of Oree-on. fnr th r-nnn.
ty ot Marion, as Executors of the
iast win ana testtament and estate
of Elizabeh G. Loughrldge, de
ceased, and thftt thAv hav dnl
qualified as such Executors; all
persons navmg claims against the
estate of said decent are hereby
notified to present the sameduly
verified, to us. at the office of
Ronald C. Glover, our attorney,
203 Ore&ron Bnildlnr KnlAm xt ox-
Ion County, Oregon, within six
montns xrem the date of this
notice.
Dated at Salam. flreron thi
lBth day of December, 1931.
H. A. MILLER
d d. snrnLOirsirr
Executors of the estate of Eliza
beth G. Loughrldge, Deceased.
RONALD a GLOER,
Salem, Oregon.
Attorney for Executors.
D 15-22-29 J 5-12
SHELBTJRN, Jan. 4 Mr. and
Mrs. John Ransom, Jr., left for
their home In Sacramento, after
spending a few days with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ransom.
Mrs. Lee George and daughter
Iola of Albany were Sunday vis
itors. Mayor W. A. Ewing and wife of
Scio spent Friday with her sister,
Mrs. B. D. Jones ot 8helburn.
W. A. Ewlne who owns a farm
Just east of Shelburll is having
tna rence row cleaned preparatory
to putting la a new, one. Cecil
Bates is doing the work.
The Shelbura people certainly
enjoyed spring like weather for
both holidays.
There will be church services at
the community church hers next
Sunday afternoon at z:lo.
Miss Helen Miller who is a Jun
ior in saiem high, spent New
i ears witn nome folks.
T. M. Russell and family ot
North Albany spent New Tear's
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. McLain.
INJURY 8ERIOTJ3
LINCOLN, Jan. 4. Charles
Cr angle of Lincoln suffered se
vere bruises and lacerations about
the face and on his right side In
an automobile accident Saturday
night Mr. Cranel waa rfttnrnlnr
home from Salem when the head
lights on his car went out. The
night was foggy, and his car went
over a high embankment but mir
aculously remained upright. When
Mr. Crangla recralned conscious
ness he walked home. The car was
aamaged only slightly.
RiSOIUIS HUE
TO HOME 1 SOUTH
ELECTS OFFICERS
TURNER, Jan. A big time
was held at the Christian church
hero Sunday, beginning In the
morning with annual lections, ot
officers, and ending in the evening-
with nnlon service of botfc
churches at the services conduct
ed b? Evangelists C. A. Bates and
Don Schmidt. Rev. E. J. Gllstrap
is pastor or the Christian church
and Rev. William Burgoyne is the
Methodist pastor.
Thirteen additions were' made
to the Christian church as result
of the Sunday services.
Officers elected followed the re
port of the nominating commit
tee: Elders, Fred Brown, Jred
Bates and Fran Anderson; dea
cons, William Butxke, Titus and
E. E. Avers: daarnnoaaea Mr. Cn-
Sa- Girardin, Mrs. Anna' Johnson
. A a m .
uu, irs. ueorge rower; trustee,
Fred Bates for three years.
In the Christian. Bible school.
Dr. H. C. Epley was elected super
intendent and chairman ot the
congregation; Mrs. J. Cook, clerk;
Mrs. Raymond Titus, financial
secretary; and Mrs. Girardin,
treasurer.
MBS. KITES IS IIEVJ
LEADER OF SCOUTS
f i . - i r : - s . .
; i - ' tti i -i
KEIZER, Jan. 4 Mrs. Ray
mond Kites Is the new leader of
troop No. 1, Girl Scouts, succeed
ing Mrs.. Eva Kelso. The scout
meetinsrs are ta ha hid
monthly. One of the things done
by the SCOUtS durinr the. hnlldav
season was to relieve e4dy fam
ilies in the community. Each one
is to make an emblem to repre
sent tne name of the patrol and
O
i
Business
BATTERY ELECTRICIAN
R. D Barton Batteries Stsrter and
generator work. Texaco station, cor
ner vurr ana unurcn.
BICYCLE REPAIRING
The best to bicycles and reparrfns.
H W eoort t4T B OonVt T1 4616
CHIMNEY SWEEP v
Telephone 4Se. R. EL Northnesa.
CHIROPRACTORS
SCOTT. P9G. Chiropractor.
266 N. HlsH TeL Res 26T2
" .i, uuici oiniunK
tora X-ray and N C It New Bank
mas.
CLEANING SERVICE
Center 8t Valeterts, TeL tilt.
FLORISTS
ALL kinds ot floral work. Cots Flor
ist. -16U A Market TeL 6612.
CUT Flowers, wedding bouquet
funeral wreaths, decoration a T.
Breitnaiint. floHt Kit ct.u rrt .t
TeL 6604.
Sv. fvtuovwuas ICI US, vKJt
BL A. Bennett Nursery Co. TeL 617$.
Hoosecleaning Floor Waxing
"Wsi olaan invthln 4fttoai ss-.vm
Capitol Window Cleanera Phone $771
GARBAGE
Salens Bcarenser. TeL 4920 ar 7606.
INSURANCE
, BECKH HENDRICKS
lit N. Hlsb Tat 44T
VyXLLAMETTTa tNa aGKNCT
Wm. Bllren, Ugr, ,
... SelOsIv ButUvtll Ageat
111 Masoaio Blag. TeL Tllf
LAUNDRIES
TfTB NSW SALEM LAUNDRY
TUB WE1DER LAUNDRY
26$ a EQgb TeL Ills
CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY
"We Wash Everything In Lnx"
Telephone $161 1264 Broadway
MATTRESSES
fmtfrmmmm trnnm f .rtv A
New. 66 lb. mattress $.06 - Ronovat
era and fumiratora Capital BeoV
dinsco. Tel 4Q6S 030 North Cap) tot
MUSIC STORES
Ural C WILL Planoa. Huma
arapha. sewtos maeblnaa, sheet musie.
no piug suiaies. n pairing paone
graphs and sewlnc machlnea 422
scat Btreec Baiena
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TENNIS QUEEN IN
i -x-v .
, f - ! S -:
' '. j- " .-j- : ir - t
'
y - ; r
"- v.
't ,.. '
5a H?rw! !?m" " hand among others to greet
Mrs. Helen Wills Moody, American queen of the tennis world, when
fJPb "centl7. K ocgin her touTof the
it pJ0tovlho1 Mrs. Jrfoody being welcomed by Ueutcruat
Ufh.MT??d7er trothcI"ia-Uw t right Second fwa
left Is Hay Thornburn, secretary to the Shaaghal Lawn Tennis Asso-
Aociatlon.
the best one Is to be used as a
pattern for the large emblem for
the patrol.
The election ot officers at the
recent session at the Claggett
home resulted as 'follows: Chair
man, Ruth Melson; patrol leader,
Dorothy Ackman; treasurer, Har
riett Minturn, and secretary, Us
ona Claggett
Miss Thelsta Mellick, from San
Francisco, members of the na
tional Girl Scout committee will
Directory
i
. PLUMBING and BEATING
PLtTkfBiNn
"and seneral repair
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RADIO
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STOVES
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. 7 2' Wire fence, fancy and
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Salem Fence and Storm Works. 262
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WASHING MACHINES
Washing Machines
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paired. HOGG BROS.
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224 N. Bis- St
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121 Stat 8treet
Tat 1671.
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4(1 State 8t
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HO-CER a FOSTER REALTY m
$76 Stat St TeL 7622
W. Et GRABENHORST ACO.
124 a Liberty 8t Tel 4446
By Ci nF STF.RRETT
PySTURES NEW; f
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meet With th acont trnnn tnTr,m.
Trail BUxers," Wednesfay after
neoa at the sduwlhouse1. lira
Mlatnrn Is the leader and Hiss
Bernlea Zlelk is nontenant of th
trooB.
Stayton Cannery Man
-Leaves for Meeting:
STAYTON. Jan. 4 neorr- A
Smith, manarer of th Rtavfon
cannery left Sunday morniar for
r ttt e
ooai.ua waere ne win attend, tne
annual meetlne- of thm Vnrth.ut
Canners association. He Is one of
the Judges in the cutting: demon
stration. Mr. Smith expects to be
tone aoout a week.
'DUTCH UNCLE" IN TROUBLE
BATAVIA (AV The. n,i.
East Indies hare a pawn shop erl-
Cross -Word Puzzle
Br IHJGENB
HORIZONTAL.
1 Month in the Jewish calendar.
3-Wket Hangmriaa patria waa
elected leader wheal the
H-agariaae declared llisss
alvM iadeyaadeat la 14I?
' 9 Indefinite article.
U What ItaUaa mlalstar el fee-
aif affairs receatly Tisltad
the U. 5.1
IS What Italia, was the first
artist te Isaitata aatmra ha his
s4etw7
1 5 Made more eonvf ortable.
I & -Exclamation.
17 -What U the sausiac masaei
Th rHsaaaa ef tha fasseas
hassortst, Charles Farrar
Brewna, was Arteatas
18 Chop.
I Half aa eta,
20 Before. . '
11 Part of "to be.
2--ForeIgner.
15 Pull with an effort.
27 la what city U Harvard Uni
versity sitmated?
30 Therefore.
31 Elongated fish.
32 Exclamation of contempt.
35 Pertaining to.
37 The Earl ef Essex was a far
rite of what queea?
42 Short sleep.
44 Pertaining to the navy.
4 5 Plural pronoun.
46 Existed.
1 Chopping- tooL c
51 Move with leaps and bounds.
az upon.
53 Stupid.-- '
55 Punctuation mark.
57 One who maker amends.
58 Like.
5 What city f New Jersey U
fasae-s far its potteries?
60 Egyptian sun god.
VERTICAL.
1 Period of time.
2 Wh U tha first saemher et
2 vly H iffy
. f gnr-l
rj W W"
p5-" P Pp' p
JT-'-PP :
"Pq3
P. "?PIP!!3
H far! I H 1 1 w
tha Hinda triairyT
S Was aequainted.
4 Not vren. -
5 Nota of tha musical scale.
Fhrrlarnstion ef disrust.
7 Nota f tha trnsl.al mmmlm -
tisfied
II. II. fiMMEO
Other; Officers Elected at
; iSession of Evangelical L
Congregation
v JEFrERSON, .Jan. 4 Mem
hers aad friends of the Erangeli
cal church enjoyed a watch night
party New Years T6 In the class
room. of the church. The room
was decorated with Yuletlde col
ors for the occasion.
. Following 7 o'clock supper a -brief
rogram was enjoyed which
included readinr hr ttih itit...
folo by Rer. G. F. Uening; and
-Tvr .npws, wnicn were read
by Glenn Wilson, created much,
merriment.
Officers for the different de
partments of the church were
elected, aa follows:
W, H. Bell, trustee for three
year and J. T. Jones, ehurch pi
anist. u 4,4
Sunday school officers elected
for the ensuing year are as fol
lows: superintendent. Helen
Kihs; assistant superintendent,
Mrs. A. Wilson; secretary, John
Kihs; treasurer, W. H. Bell; li
brarian. Frances Weddle; pianist.
Nettie Reeves. w
Following are the officers
elected tor the E. L, C. E pres
ident. Laura Kihs; Tice president,
Glenn Wilson; secretary. Evelyn
Gulrin; treasurer, Walter Kihs.
pianist, Mrs. G. F. Liening.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wall
who attended the Oregon state
teachers assocLrtioa meeting la
Portland last week, returned to
Lakeriew after a short Tisirwith
their mother Mrs. Eralyn Wall
and sister, Margaret WalL
Walter, Helen, and Laura Kihs.
and Nettie Reeves were guests ot
Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Stettler, at
their home fire miles north of Sa
lem, New Years day. The occasion
was also the birthday anniversary
of Mrs. Stettler.
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Masoa
and Miss Laura Mason of Jeffer
son and John Doyle of Corrallis
were dinner guests of Miss Flora
Mason in, Albany on New Years
day.
sis. The Dutch government Is "un
cle" for the natives? and revenue
from the pawn shops has decreas
ed about S 12.50 0.00 & In the last
year.
SflfifFKt
10 Incline the head.
12 Peer Gynt's mother.
i sour.
16 Girl's name.
19 High priest of Israel.
21 What is tha atlssia aasset
Tha pM-aaasa assaased hy
Aaa B rente waa . . Ball?
22 Wha wrote The Greas Hat"?
23 For example.
What iadapeadaat ldagdasa
f aarthara ladia Is Seath af
Tibet?
26 Members of a Teutonic race.
28 Myself.
29 Exist.
S3 Prefix, toward.
84 Pronoun.
363 Tha ; ef flay af what aaasftfao
ia tha Gnapawder Ftot
aaaaaDy baraad a
Uaflra?
38 Note of the scale.
39 What Rassiaa raler waa called
nha Terrible" bacaasa af bis
crselty la war?
40 Tool for trimming roofing
slates .
41 What Eaclieh landscape artist
waa especially noted for his
sea pictures, ameas these
Tha Craad CaaaL Vaalce"!
43 Two of a kind.
47 Eject from the mouth.
49 In a little while.
50 Common Scotch name.
51 Mineral spring.
52 -Kind of poem.
53 Japanese statesman.
54 Period of time.
5 6 Conjunction.
57 By. '
Herewith Is tha solution te yew
lei-ay's Puzzle. ;
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