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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1932)
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8-FX. 'v BAMBOO i FLY H RODS. .
Water-proofed! t ' & Aft .
1 4 piece ; vyU -
AUTOMATIC BE13--to EQ '
75 yard capacity...'.
LEVEL WIN'EIXQ REELS. Quad-
multiplying! ........ . VI -
TACKLE BOX. Small size. QO
'Many compartments ..... yOC.
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5J ; pattern and ' OF-
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sizes . . . ........ 3 lor
OTa BRAIDED SILK LINE.
Pressure processed. 20 lb. ffp
C. test. ..........25 yards UJC
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0 SALMON EGGS
packed hy Spcx. Coupon and St-ie entitles bearer to 2 Jar
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gjj' w limit 'quantities
tt N. Liberty
' Gimnus to
Thieves Steal Musical ;In
: struments From Turner
i 'School BuildinglSr
. ! TURNER. April 14 The Tur
ner girls high school chorus has
been Invited to give two Humbert
Saturday night.1 May T,"" during
good musie -week-at the Armory la
Salem: They will give two numbers.-
VThe Kerry Dane' by. Mal-loy-Fearls.
and !"The Cosack, by
Stuart-Van Norman lira. Jean,
Pearey is the director with Mrs;
Mao'Hadley piano accompanist. .
Members of the chorus are Mar
jory Fowler,, Ruth and Margaret
Gils trap, '-.Katherin Shamplr.
Margaret Robertson, Opal Micken
ham. Gladys Martin, HUdred
Bones, Jean Snyder, Leone Cook,
Josephine GUstrap. Jessie Meyers,
Helen and Helena WItiel, Joan
Wilson, Marjory'. PIckard, Stella
Mason. Anna Johnson, Emma
Deny er, -Mabel Beardsley, Emms
Parr, Elsie Wilson.
i UpoQ opening the school build
ing Tuesday morning, it was dls
corered that it had been entered
during Monday night;- - locks on
the domestic- science room . were
badly. Jammed. A raluable accor
dion belonging to Mrs. May Had
ley was taken, a ukulele belonging
tb Helen Witiel and other articles
were missing. The school office
was also opened.-
The W. C. T. U. met Wednesday
afternoon with Mrs. L. P. Rowley.
Delegates elected to attend the
county convention at Woodbum
April 27. were Mrs. W. 8. Bur
gefyne, Mrs. G. Barnett, Mrs. Sus
an Glrardln, Mrs. J. R. Cox, alter
nates; Mrs. J. E. Webb, and Mrs.
TL O. WItsel.
Membership Ccntetl I1
; Scheduled : byj Club
i WOODBURN.'APrn llJLt the
regular meeting f the woodburn
Garden club, heldTuesday night
at the home of Miss Carrie Water-
bury, captains - were. hosen and
two teams were picked. Each team
Is to get as many new. members
Into the Garden club as possible.
The losing side must giro a feedM !
to the winners Captains of the
teams are Mrs. Richard Tates and !
Mrs. Hiram Orerton.
'It waa reported, that the club
made4boUt 10 on the shrub and
flower sale held recently. The club
has set out about 40 shrubs at the
high, school this spring, and plans
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INDEPENDENCE. April , 14
Hal E. II oss, secretary -or state.
told of two hobbles in which he.
is tery . much Interested traffic
law and prison reform In : his
address at the dinner-meeting of
the Independence chamber, of
commerce Tuesday in' the par-
lore of the Presbyterian . church.
Mr. Hoss explained the duties of
his office interspersing his re
marks with his characteristic hu
mor. ' ; . v
Miss Henrietta Wolfer, Mrs.
Ellen Daris and -Mrs. Maurice J.
Butler were the members of a
trio that entertained with sev
eral vocal selections. .Mrs. Mel-i
ford Nelson was the accompanist.
G. G. - Godfrey, president . of
the ' chamber of commerce, Awas
master of ceremonies - for the
meeting at which 72 persons were
present Including members - and
their wives and the teachers et
the local schools.
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Our lease expires and only a short time left to close out this entire stock. Startingr
Friday. April 15, we launch this great event that means the most astounding values
you have ever been offered on fine clothing and furnishings. We are forgetting all
costs for this last wind-up . . . this entire stock must be sold by the expiration date
of our lease . . together with all fixtures. -
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Q A Fine Felt Hat Given Free with the
o o o " First 15 Suits Sold This Morning!
Just Think . . . Along with These Crashing Values, a Hat FREE if You're Among
the First 15 . . Let Nothing Keep You Away!
About 75, all up-to-the-minute styles, fine
fabrics, worsted and cassimeres. Suits
that can't be bought anywhere for less
than $220. But men, here's the point,
this store closes and these suits must go
now. What a value!
The entire balance of stock, about 200 extra
fine garments, all new styles, all good colors.
Salts that would sell bow in most stores ap to
35. Hart Schaffner A Marx, Michael Stern and
others. Don't wait, get in on the ap These
salts are down down to the greatest value
ever offered, to close out. i
Just 35 left. Fine all wool, good
colors, good styles . . . many
coats in this lot would regu
larly sell up to $30.00, now ev
ery one must go quick.
Fine lisle and rayon.
A real value
Silk and Rayon, r A A
some sold for 75c O pr. for A U U
Narrow, with and without 1 A '
buckles. Real leather. ; 1UC
Broadcloth, all fast colors, QC
preahnmk ?. OC
Jerry J pullovers; o AJ
all colors ... QuD
Cotton-A Wool mixed. AQr
New shades , .wftvC
Faultless; No belt, " 1 9C
AH colors. ...:, ,,, . ; , kLiD
' The famous Boston garter . , f A
. In all colors. , .. " . ' ,T .- f.. AjC '
Blue and grey AQn
heavy weight 1
r Suede - Cocoa & dark. " . ; M AC
; See these. VaL to 7;95,; ..' . ,", '
YOU i KNOW rTHAT A SALE BY
and this final close-out of our State
Street store means 'e most Stupen
dous savings ybu have ever been offer
ed, rmd your rioiitive awurttnee of ab
solute satisfaction on every purchased
Fine Silk and
Rayon Ties only.
S for $1.25
Lot includes some Stetsons 1
. , . other fine felts I , 'l'e? J
All sizes 14 to 17. j AA
Most of broadcloth " "L for A ill
Sleeveless, wool ... ' A A
fancy knit 1 JLeUll
All wool, good . O CC
patterns for At , JDZI
The genuine ' I ' . -'. , . J-'
Arrow collars ., . DC
; UNIONS .
Nainsook and Broadcloth jrf
athletic nniona" ' I s - ' - D3C c
and work pants. v i 1 IC
Long wear ' '.,-y.-
SHIRTS & SHORTS-
New colors rayon, f j - ; - ' 'QC
- broadcloth ajDC
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NOClThis final close-but sale ap
plies only to our State Street location,
formerly occupied byl;FuIopV"456
State 1 streetV Jusi a short time left to
close out this entire stock so be here
with the crowds the 'first days for the
best selections, i