Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1932)
The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem3 Oregon, Friday Morning. April 29, 1932
STUDENT NURSE VISITS
: LARWOOD. April 2 g" Beatrice
Gaines, a student nurse r t the
Multnomah county hospital, spent
Sunday with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Lee. Gaines. J. ; . ..
Mr. and Mrs. John Daren port
had as weekend "suests ; thoir
daughter and husband, Mr. and
Mrs. Hlckoz ot Portland.
ENDING ASSESSMENT ;
' SENA. April IS Roy Y. Bar
ker, who is deputy assessor of dis
trict 23. IS and 4 In Polk coun
ty, has almost completed his work.
Dress Up! Look Prosperous!
for Only $17.95
Twice the Price Wouldn't
Buy More Style!
The new HUNTINGTON PARK all-wool line is here! Slip Into
one and see what a difference it makes In the way you Jeel!
If blue is your color, by all means, take a look at the HUNT
INGTON PAUK BLUES I One of these dressy suits, along
with your sport flannels, is a wardrobe in itself! Also newest
shades of brown, tan and gray Tweed!
275 N. Liberty
Nations Program Is Feature
Of Observance by the ;
Groups at Scio
SCIO. April IS. National Ma
sle week from May S to T will
ho sponsored In Scio by the Pay
ent-Teaeher association tinder the
direction of Mrs." Earl Phillips,
Mrs. ' Asa Eastbnrn and ' Miss
Doris Xlindt. A. musical pro tram
has been arranged for each ere-
nlnr. : .
Monday soreral members ot the
P. T. A., will . present at their
homes the music of-the. different
nations, eaeh home repretentlnr
a different nation; Tuesday ere-
ninc the I will community club
will hold its "regular meeting at
the. Richardson Gap schoolhouse
and will bar a special musical
Wednesday the Baptist church
will hare a repr serrlee of
sacred songs, along with the Teg
ular weekly - prayer meeting
Thursday night. - -.- - v
- Csecho-81oraklan mnsle, under
the direction of : Mr. NadTornlk,
wM be glTen at the Z. C. B. J.
hall. Friday nlghr Dr. ' H. C. ' Ep-
ley - will conduct .- a - community
sing In the high school auditor
The countries whose music will
be presented Monday night are:
America, at the- Christian church;
Spain, Fred T. Bllyeu residence;
Holland, Mrs. Jess Rodgers home;
Germany, Mrs. Fred Mespelt
home; Ireland, Mrs. E. Paul Cad
well home; Hawaii, Mrs. R. M
Cain home. '
, The Monday music of nations
programs will last IS minutes
each, and will be presented from1
r to 11 s. n. visitors wlir be
met at the. Christian church by
Mrs. Fred Gallegly. Gulden will
conduct each - group along the
route of. procedure. .
A special musical program will
be presented " at . the Christian
church In Scio along; with the
regular services Sunday night.
May 1. - -.
John Ttlcha, local postmaster,
Is reported to be a little better.
He has been Tery Hi for the past
three weeks and at times little
hope wan held for his recovery.
Miss Marie Kelly left Tuesday
morning for Sacramento where
she has employment. She was" ac
companied as far as Ashland by
M able Brock, who Is on her way
to Los Angeles.
The Scio baseball team met
feat at Lebanon Sunday by
Dr. W. L. Mercer ands J. F.
TJlrich, defendants In a suit for
SISOO brought by Mr. and Mrs.
8. R. Kennedy, both were acquit
ted of aQ legal Uability when a
circuit court Jury here yesterday
returned a directed rerdict in
their behalf.. Judge Howard F.
Zimmerman, presiding, said there
was no evidence shown in the
case to establish the value of the
score of I to 1. A wet diamond
slowed up the game considerably.
property traded by the defendants
to . the J plaintiffs when the ex
change was made. Mercer, tfirongh
Ulrica,! exchanged shares of
American . Fidelity '., Investment
company stock tor town property
owned i by the Kennedys., .
' The court then began Its con
sideration of the case of - Mrs.
J. F. Mollencop against the city
of Salem. She asks a IS000
sward for damages, allegedly re
ceived In a fall at the municipal
airport March SO, IS SO. She is
said to have tripped over a wire
which had been erected there
during the showing of some vis
; In a former suit, Mrs. Mollen
cop was non-suited but her coun
sel appealed the decision of the
lower court to the state supreme
court-and won a reversal. Wil
liam H. Trindle, city attorney.
represents the municipality tn the
pending action - which is being
tried before r Judge Zimmerman
AT TYPIXO CONTEST . -'x
HUBBARD, April 28 Mrs..
Cornell, the commercial teacher,
took ; Mildred Ott. and : Betty
Brown to Corvallis Saturday to.:
compete la the state typing eon
test and while the girls did not ;
win they spent very enjoyable !
day about the campus.
DOERFLEB HOME BURNS : )
MARION, April 2S The bons
belonging to Joe) Doerfler. living ;
one half mile south of Marion on
the Marlon-Jefferson ... road was
completely destroyed by fire Tnes-;
day shortly- after midnight. It .
was thought to have been caused
from tho electric 'wiring. It was -.
partially covered by tnsuranee.
First Showing of
for the Graduating Miss v-
Chiffons! Georgettes! fh n (T J
Tes! They are what the graduate will be
wearing this year. Embroidered Organdie
In all the pastel shades of spring. Chif
fons and Georgettes that almost seem to
say "Graduation." Flares and ruffles.
In this group we know you will find just the dress your heart
desires'. There is something unusual and distinctive about
them. They suggest girlishness and beauty. Organdies, Em
broidered nets and laces.
They are very new and priced so,
low. All wool flannel in white and
bright colors. Double-breasted ant4
Another group of 6.95 and 8.95 dress
es which include values to 15.00 and
Smart silk frocks for every day time
need are included in this group for
$35 or 2 for $7.50.
Rayon crepe dresses for many occa
sions are offered for only $2.88 or 2
Beautiful New Coats
We have the most important collection of smart spring coats to
be seen anywhere. At this, price every one is an exceptional buy.
Tailored and dressy styles to choose from. Tans, Blues, Greens,
and White. Many new styles in large sizes.
ara s owagger
The ''Swagger" Coat has arrived with its full sleeve, unbelted
back and .three quarter length. Soft, flaked, all wool materials
i that hold your attention. Flat Crepe linings. '
Hats with' just the right
degree of sophistication to
be smart. In this group you
will find the most distinc
tive fashions. - v
$2?5 ' .
Another group In advanc I g"" i'jS.I"..0
smooth, dun and ; shiny r your wardrobt a bright
straws. Newest of trim. outlook on life. ;
r - , ' . Phone 8774- . . ; i- . , .. . ,
275 N. Uberty
; - -
.. ...... ....... .
1 1 I
I ' Hl II 1 11 iis-""'-'
Every boy and girl under 16 years of age can go. Simply get one
friend to subscribe for The Oregon Statesman, have the order be
low signed, mail or bring the blank to the office of The Statesman
and you will be given a ticket admitting you to the Big Show, Side
Show and the Wild West Show. If you don't live in Salem mail the
order and as soon as it has been verified your ticket will be mailed.
All Orders Must be Verified. Verification Takes Two Days
Tickets Will belood at Any Town Where the Circus Plays
HUEII1Y Gcnd Your Orders In At ONCE
Tickets Now Being Distributed
HAVE THE BLANK BELOW SIGNED AND BRING OR MAIL
TO THE CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT OF .
All Mail Subscriptions Must be Paid in Advance
I Wsnt To Qo To Tho Cfrma -Yonr SabwcripUon Will Take Me
.1 bare not been a subscriber to .The Oregon Statesmen for the past
St days, bat hereby subscribe for a period ot four months, for which I
scree to per your eolleetorHhe regular rate of 45c per month.
;p It's Easy - -
" "-'T " .: v , ' " - ' r . , r .
Street Address ... Phone No
Order Taken By. .................. jl. ............ ...........
Street Address.. ............ .....r.. ...... Phone No r.....
NOTE: A new snbserlber Is one to whom The Etatesmam has not
been tarnished for St days past. 4 chaste of name at the same address
Is not a aev snbscrlptlon. A renewal is not a new snbsertptlon.
o o h
- m 09