The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, January 05, 1932, Page 5, Image 5

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    The OREGON STATESMAN, Satan, Oregon, Tuesday Morning; January 5. 1932
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Local News Briefs
Builders Talk Shop Directors
"of Salem chapter, Oregon Building
congress, met attbe Ladd and
-Bush bank building last night for
their Tegular Monday night dis
cussion. Trade relations were- con
sidered. The next: congress session
will be an open forummeeting at
the chamber of commerce on next
Monday night At this time new di
rectors .will be elected. A number
of the builders plan to go to Cor
tsUIs tonight for the Installation
of a chapter of the congress there.
Obituary
Homyer
4 At the residence 1820 S. High
St, January 4, August Frederick
Homyer, aged 61 years. Survived
by widow, Anna Vick Homyer of
Salem;, two. daughters. Miss Clara
Homyer of Salem, Mrs. Elton H.
Thompson of Salem; two broth-
. ers, Conrad F; .Homyer of Salem
and Charles Fv, Hqrayer of Alta
VisUrf la.; two sisters, Mrs. Ree
a Snyder of Albany. Mrs. Lizzie
Wilklns of- Salem; jwo grandchil
dren. Funeral announcements
later by CIough-Barrlck Co.
Phillips
At the residence, 3S Jerris
avenue, Jan. 2t .Simeon Phillips,
7. Survived by widow, Mrs. Nan
cy A. Phillips: sons, Bliss Phillips
of Spokane, Wash., Dow Phillips
of Oregon City. E. E. Phillip of
Miami, Arizona, Douglas Phillips
of Los Angeles, Simeon Phillips
Jr., of Newark, N. J., daughters,
Mabel Phillips and Mrs. Ruth Pot
ter of Salem, Dorothy Phillips of
- San Francisco and Helen Phillips
of Portland. Funeral services
Tuesday, January 5 at 11 a. m.
from the chapel' of the Clough
' Barrfck; cojhnpany,' fctitfrcfc at Fer
ry street, Dr. W. C." kantner and
Dr. Grover C. Birtchet officiating
. ministers. Concluding - services at
ithe Lincoln Memorial park,- Portland.
J KolskjT
At the residence. 43 A M linA
St.. January 4, Carol Kolsky, 19.
-jjurvivea Dy wiaower, Frank Kol-
sky, Jr. ; parents, Mr." and Mrs.
Fred Van- Buren; brothers La
Verne Ernest and William Van
Buren. all of Salem. Funeral ser
vices will be held from the Tem
ple Baptist church, 19th and Brey
man streets, under the direction
of W. T. RIgdon and Son, Tues
day, January 5, at 1 o'clock p. m.
Rev. Ray E. York officiating. In
terment I. O. O. F. cemetery.
Larson
In this city January 2, MTs.
George Oka Larson. Survived, by
widower, George Larson; four
; daughters, Mrs. Chester F. Way
of Salem, Mrs. J. B. Way of Dal
las, Sirs. George Bruce of Walla
Walla. Wash., Mrs. L. C. Kelly of
West Salem; one son. Virgil Lar
son of Salem; eight grandchil-
; dren. two brothers,-. Roy stiffler
of California and Loren Stiffler
of Salem. Funeral services from
the Clough-Barrick chapel Tues
day. January 5, at 2 p. m.. Elder
Schieman of the Seventh Day Ad
ventlst church officiating. Inter-
. ment Cityview cemetery.
Cade
In this city January 4th, Mag
gie Cade, age. 7 6 years, 1 month,
days. Survived by three chil
dren Eugene of Sumner. Wash-
. ington, Leslie, Albany and Mrs.
Albert Linegar near Monmonth,
Ore., four grandchildren, two sis
ters and several brothers. Funer
al services from the Terwilliger
Funeral Home. 776 Chemeketa
'St. Wednesday. January 6th at 2
p. m. Rev. S. Darlow Johnson of
ficiating followed by the Ritualis
tic service of the Women's Relief
Corps. Interment I. O. O. F. cemetery.
Term Ends Soon' . Returning
to classes yesterday after a 10
day .vacation, high school stu
dents had facing them one
month's more of study during
the- present term. Unlike univer
sity students they have no term
end examinations to dread.' Extra-curricular
activities will go
Into full swing this week with
the following meetings: Monday
Student body-council and Clar
ion staff; Tuesday physics-and
biology sections of Science club,
Girls' Letter club, boys" double
quartet and Girls' league cabi
net; Wednesday - Techne and
German clubs and girls' double
quartet; Thursday assembly for
sophomores and Juniors; Friday
SnikpoJh and Glee clubs.
Big 'Plane Stops Advised that
they could not land at Portland on
account of a dense foe thr. ni.
lots of a big tri-motored passenger
airplane of the United Airlines,
Sunday evening sat their machine
down on th , Salem airport and
sent their two automobile loads of
passengers, on to PortlandTy bus."
The big ship, enronte from Los
Angeles, took off for Seattle yes
terday moraine. Cantain C. B.
Steadt, his co-pilot and stewardess
remained here overnight.
Dance at St. Joseph's hall Tuesdav
Jan. 5th. Commodore Orchestra.
Adm. 25c.
From Florence Mrs. M T)
Morgan of Florence, on the Lane
county coast, Is here to spend the
week wltn her daughter. Gene
vieve, she says that desnite heavv
rains in that sectlon.travel out was
easy, compared to that which
would have been experienced a
year or two ago. It is only within
the past year that year-around
travel in that section has been
practical.
Road Closed to Tracks - The
Fern, JBJdge road, designated by
the county court as Market Road
82. was closed yesterday to all
truck travel due to the fact that
the recent rains have made contin
ued use of the road by trucks In
jurious. -The court's order, will
stand for an indefinite period.
Children's straps and Dumois. val
ues $2.50 and 13.45 now $1.95
and 95c. Miller's, main floor.
Xon-Suit Ordered A volun
tary non-suit was ordered here
yesterday in the case of the Indus
trial Accident commission against
C. D. Oppen.
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f Births
Portland man Injured i-J. E. I Sewlna? dui
Haynes of Portland was brought second six-weeks term of sewing
to a hospital here Sunday after- classes will be started at the high
noon suffering . from a broken Mhool about January 13, T. T.
leg. Internal Injuries and severe viv.f. '-t.i a,1
bruises which be received when i.SS1'
his automobile collided with a snefrva Ai-fm 2f V8,
stage five miles north of Jetfer- ?SfJ ' Zl!n h to"
son. He attempted to turn his fC . mtlo o?rn-
ear.ont of the traffic lane to bVinffi fA7 1L0,??i1
avoid the bus, it is said, but the S-S. T? " "!
machine swerved back into the tfSLSfSFLJt1??0?,?
path of the big vehicle. State po- mZJ???1
lice who Investigated held the JjV tf, lKht Wth
stage driver blameless. Both cars wfnil- L.fi .!od8' '? tol
were badly damaged. Passengers SjSSSai i," per'enced
on the stage were transferred ! ?5S T"!8' Mr Mkensie
and brought on In to Salem. Plnted out
Vibbert Goes Home L. J. Vib- v--51PJi,1 L""y
bert who Has been conned to a JS.SKV'if0", ChPlaJn
hospital for several weeks as the I final consola-
result of being struck by an au- S'" " condemned slayers in-
tomobile, has recovered suffi- c,d,n Hickman. Northcott and
ciently to be able to return to 2, ,w??se naPe ar weU
his home 1190 South Commer- to tha reading public, will
cial street. He used to do car
penter and contracting work and
among the buildings he erected
are certain of those at the state
fair grounds.
speak tonight - and tomorrow
night at the Weston services in
the Evangelistic tabernacle, 13th
and Ferry streets. He will visit
the state training school for boys
ahd the Oregon prison while here.
mis message deals with the folly
1001 items to choose from, 45c.
. Vinlne Sneaker Irvine E
Viningv past president of the!' crime.
state chamber of commerce and
mtmktr Vi a .tat. n w
mission, will be one of the speak- ,' ""PPa. buckles, shoes,
erg at the meeting at the cham- lnU sbloned 8llk chiffon hose.
ber of commerce 'at 8 o'clock
Wednesday night of Marion coun
ty game - protective association
with the state commission. Any- ri i?"
one interests in h. -J 'a cl8e M "sued
- . Ma nuu
fishing is invited to attend.
See our windows. You'll be sur
prised. Kafateiia Shoe Store..
One license Issued--. One mar-'
In. th
county clerk's office vesterdiT.
the rush of the pre-holiday sea
son having slowed down material-
has returned to his work with the" ly John Noren, 11C0 North 18th
California Packing corporation 8trtet- who gave his occupation as
after visiting with his ' parents "t1. cored a permit to wed
Mr. and Mm. p. M r
Willamette university graduate.
Salem. Mary Erickson, sister of
Frank, Is also visitlnr with hr
parents and plans to return to her
Pearl Ralph, 434 Union street
housekeeper. The wedding is s
second venture for both parties.
t
UBlTereity ot California 1Um Hendrickson. charged with
-Howard W 1 1-
soon
Roe
In this city January 2, Ina Roe,
late of Medford. Survived by
mother, Lula E. Roe of Medford;
brother S. A. Roe, Lewiston, Ida.,
sister, Mrs. S. E. Wahl of Med
ford. Funeral services Tuesday at
3 p. m. from Rigdon's mortuary,
Rev. Howe officiating.
Selmer To Mr. and Mrs. Hol
lis K. Selmer, 145 East Miller
street, a boy Milton itay, born on
January 1.
rage -To Mr. and Mrs. Chester
Elton Page. 1255 Court street, a
girl Jacqueline Marie, born on De
ceniber 3 at Bungalow maternity
home.
Bochanoh To Mr. and Mrs.
Grant? Taylor Buchanon, route
eirht. a irfrl. Jovce Bernice. horn
on. December, 28 at Bungalow ma
ternity nome.
Riches To Mr. and Mrs. John
Wesley Riches. 74 North 20th
street, a. boy, John Trueman, born
on December 31.
Sanford To Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Harold Sanford. route eitht.
boy, Lowell Elton, born on De
cember 3.'
Trotter To Mr. and Mrs. James
Trotter, "of-West Side, Ore., a boy.
r neron Lee, -born on December i
at Salem General hospital.
Tompkins To Mr. and -Mrs
Bert K. Tonmkins. 2110 Univer
sity street, a boy, Allen Jean, born
on December 23 at Deaconness
hosDital.
Pa it low To Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Joseph Partlow of Monmouth, i
boy Earl Joseph Jr., born on De
cember 26 in this city.
Tucker To Mr. and Mrs. Sher
man Irwin Tucker, route four.
girl. Sheila Marcella, born on De
cember 30.
Annunsen -To Mr. and Mrs
Fred S. Annunsen, 1110 North
Capitol street, a boy, John Wil
Ham, born on December 23.
Broken lines women's shoes, black
and browns, straps and ties. Val
ues to $7.50, your choice $3.65.
Miller's, main floor.
Will Sail Soont In nrdor that
he" may assist his country in the
struggle asrainst Janan t ss
Wang, Chinese student of Willam
ette university, will, sail from Se
attle Januarv - 18 enrontA tn
China. Wang is one of four Chin
ese students in American univer
sities to be called back to China
now.
Ends Visit Frank Erickson,
West Arrested C. n wt i.
in the county Jail on charges of
oDiaxning projerty under false
pretense. In Justice court yester
day he was riven 24 hminMn
which to enter nlea. and hail
set at $25, which he failed to
raise.
Fisher Returns Earl T. Pic.
state iax commissioner, re
turned Monday afternoon ,from
California, where he spent a short
period on official hnfnAa.
incidentally, was in Pasadena at
sucn time that he could attend the
Tulane-U. S. C. eame.
Returns Home Mr v v
Bradshaw and son Junior, left
Sunday night for their home In
Los Angeles after
months here with her sisters. Miss
aoga Hoif and Mrs. Olga Hof
fard. Junior attendft in T.fni.
school while here.
Reckless Driving r.Urfr.
die pleaded not-guilty to charge of
reckless driving wh
ed fcefore MUler Hayden. Justice
wi-jne peace, yesterday. Her driv-
ra "cense was suspended for 30
days. ,
. - v 11 a I 1 C 9
Knowland, former Salem printer,
who has been in nmitharn r.nM.
nia for several months, has re
turned 10 aaiem and taken a posi
tion under Sam Laughlin at the
ooys training school at Wood-burn.
being drunk in a public place, en
tered plea of guilty in Justice
court yesterday, and was fined
125 and costs. He is serving it
out In the county Jail.
Astoria Chosen T. J. A.
Boebringer, president ot the Sa
lem' Trades and Labor council,
who over the weekend attended
sessions of the executive beard of
the state federation of labor, of
which he is a member, reported
yesterday that Astoria bad. been
chosen as the state labor conven
tion city for 1932, The 'conven
tion, will be held beginning An-
2.
Beyer! Execution Filed An ex
ecution in the ease of the Benja
min Franklin Savings 4b Loan as
sociation against C. F. Beyerl. et
al, was filed yesterday with; the
county ciera by County Sheriff
Bower. Property taken by the
plaintiff to satisfy a mortrase
note was sold for $3954.59, which
covered all principal, interest and
costs. ..
Trust ComiMuir Forerlo
An execution tiled wltb the coun
ty clerk yesterday by sheriff Os
car Bower reports returns of
$2499.54 received by the Portland
Trust tc Savings bank on a mort
gage foreclosure sale made to sat
isfy a, mortgage given by Floyd C.
Meyer, et al. A deficient Judgment
of $500 also was granted.
Paulas to Speak Otto K. Pau
lu8 will be the principal speaker
at the meeting of the Y Forum
at' 8:15 o'clock af the T. M. C.
A. tonight. The reheral tonic will
be, "How famous business - men
and women have attained their
successes.
Lot' Car Stolen W. A. Lo
tus reported to the police last
night that big automobile, coach
bearing license plates 196-7C4,
had been stolen from the rear of
his machine shop located at 252
State street
Extension Classes Begin The
secona term or tne university of
Oregon extension classes will
start at the high school this
week. The school administration
under Superintendent Georce
Hug began last night
Cafe Chance . Hands The
Meyer cafe, operated tor many
Tears by Henry Meyers, and sinee
last October by Fred Meier, lion
day will be taken over by Mrs.
R. Schweslager and Mrs. J. X.
uunsiey. Mrs. Schwesinger two
years, ago operated an eating
place In West - Salem and later
worked in the restaurant bad
ness at Independence. ..- ,.-
1 - ! -
Firemen to TheiM Ti t?a1
lywood theatre was believed afire
yesterday morning. Firemen who
were called to the place discov
ered the sunnosed blaze wax nnh
smoke from the backfirinr oil
burner. The second alarm dur
ing the day was for 270 South
zzna street where a ehlmnn
burning out.
Cyclist Told -to Leav Tnhn
Curry of Polk countr . wh.
held by Salem police for investi
gation Sunday evening after he
na oeen arrested tor riding a
biaycle without lights.1 yesterdav
was released and ariiai
leave the city at once.
Waives Jurr Trial T. n tv-
lag. plainUff in an action to re
cover wages alleged to be due him
rrom ueorge F. Vick and Charles
H. Vick. yesterdav filed a
of Jury trial In eircait eoart here.
ue aiso replied to answer filed
recently by the Ticks. .
3fen-Suit VelunUrr A vaIu.
tary non-suit was filed yesterday
in. circuit court here in the case
or tne state Industrial accident
commission , against William E.
Pelkey, et aL
Asks Bankruptcy Lawrence E.
Hamm, automobile mechanic of
Salem, filed petition for bank
ruptcy in the federal court in
Portland- Monday, list in r liabili
ties of $2223 and assets of $65.T5.
Get Judgment Default Judg
ment for $82.72 was granted the
Industrial Accident commission
yesterday In Its case against
Frank Jaskowski and Phillip H.
jaskpwskl, local printers.
Applicants For
Teaching Jobs :
V Are Numerous
, "."'; --. . ' v "... ' V'.-
The .holiday, season brought a
rush of applicant for ; teaching
T. M. C. A- Claaaea Reame1
Classes at the Y. M. C. A.: dis
missed during the holiday sea
son, were operating on schedule
yesterday. They have generally
been larger this year, than here
tofore. v '
To Portland Miss Madra Hoff.
agent for the Mutual Life insur
ance company of New York, will
leave this moraine to soend todav
and tomorrow In Portland at the
annual meetinr of the insurance
agents for this section. '
Case Dismissed The case of
J. W. Pratt and Ardona A. Pratt
against Valleda W. Ohmart was
dismissed without prejudice to
either side In circuit court yester
day. Default Asked A default or
der was asked yesterday from the
circuit court here in the case ot
the State Industrial Accident com
mission against -Adam A. Shep
herd. ,
. Default Issued An order tt
default was issued here yesterday
in circuit eourt in the case of C. S.
Bristol against Glenn S. Ehle and
Florence W. Ehle. Judgment ef
$1200 and costs was allowed.
job for ; the 1932-1131 school
year to the county school superln I
tendent's office, Mrs. Mary Ful-1
kerson reported yesterday, Scarce
Iy any districts have Indicated '
yet, there will be Jobs available !
next fall, she said, but applica-f
tlons for work are unusually
heavy. .
. Mrs. Charlotte, Jones took the ?
Plaee of Mlsa Dnrall veaterdav at
Labish Center, the latter return- h
Ing to her work at Monmouth
Normal school. She had served the "
Labish school for 12 weeks thisj
fall as an apprentice teacher. For.j
a time it was thought' school :
would not be continued this term !
because of the transient character!
of the students but the school pop- !
ulatlon continued constant and?
Mrs. 'Jones was hired. i
;f
ritac"yonr family
Cld-Tx" M tlM
Vick Ptattfor Dattcr
44Cntrl-t -Colds'
In yur Ilotac.
Old-Fashioned
Hoarhound Candy
This is our own formula. .
Made for jus by one of the
largest Candy manufactur
ers on the coast. It's good.
If it cornea from Schae
fer'a Drug Store it's the
best in town'.
25 c the lb.
Two lbs for 45c
also generous bags for 10c
Schaefer's
DRCO STORE .
13 X. Cornel St., Phone Bl D7
Penslar Agency. The Original
Yellow Front Drug Store of
Salem. I
CITY VIEW CEMETERY
Established 1803 Tel. 8652
Conveniently Accessible '
Perpetual care provided for
Prices Reasonable
, :
(Selcrefit iHemortai
rhona
9631
A Park Cemetery
With Perpetual Care
Just tea minute from the
heart of town
PILES CURED
Wttboot operation oi iom of tim
DR. MARSHALL
379 Orrcon Bid.
Phana 5509
HAVE xOUIt
PRESCRIPTIONS'
FILLED AT
QUISENBERRY5
CENTRAL PHARMACY
410 State Tel. 9123
Ask ' Tour Doctor
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Dr. Chan Lam
Chinese Medicine
180 N. Commercial
St Salem
Office hours
Tuesday and Satur
day 2 to 5 J SI.
IlcBmniTiiimn McoitcDn0 IFuiieD Even0 (SbfiSt
r to Pacific Coast Motorists
Clough-Barrick Co.
MORTUARY
A. M. Clough
Dr. L. B. Barrick
V. T. Golden
. .Phone 5151
Church at Ferry St.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT, 7:30 O'CLOCK
1 w high grade mohair davenport chair, 1 new Occa
sional chair ft rocker, 1 new 9x12 Axmlnster rug, 1 used
0x12 Brussels rag. Maytag KL washer, good condition; Home
Comfort range, oak and leather dnofold, baby's crib and new
mattress, EL sweeper, massive Circassian walnnt dresser,
vanity A steel bed. green steel bed and rocker, coil spring,
steel spring, reed chairs, Windsor rocker, WaL davenport
tabic, 2 antique beds, new and used mattresses, oak library
table, oak Ext. table A oak chairs, remnants or Inlaid and
felt base Lino., lino, rags all sixes, fir dresser, floor lamp,
breakfast table & 4 chairs decorated, new scatter rags, etc.
F. N. WOODRY'iS AUCTION MARKET
1610 N. SUMMER ST.
.- Auction every Sat.,' 1:30 p. M.
Cash paid for , used furniture, tools, etc.7
' PHONE 5110
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