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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1932)
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George Phillip. of Bridal Tell
was burled , at the Miller ceme
tery Saturday. He was reared la
this community and was a brother
ot Monroe Phillips of this place
and Mrs, Grant Darts ot Silrer
ton. Mr. ? and Mrs. Glen Toeman
hare moved to Mill City where
Glen has employment. Mr. and
Mrs. N. Crosier , are moTing ,to
Newberg, hating disposed of his
acreage here to a man from Cali
fornia named Nicholas.
Miss Vera Carson Is rlsltlng
with her. mother,. Mrs. A. Shanks.
Miss Carson has Just graduated
from the North Bend high school.
Are About Completed
C . - r?- 4- 1 '
TRJJTTULKD, May5 15-Booths
are being placed In the church la
readiness for the sale of popcorn
and candy at the basaar,. to be
held Friday, May IT. All per
sona desiring to help furnish
milk or eggs tor the ice cream,
mar delirer eio to Fred Gertg'i
residence not, later, than 1p.m.
Friday5 Women are! 'asked .to
onng a caie j v . ;
A group f women was pleas
antly entertained at the home ot
Mrs; Albert Harmon, Monday p.
m. with cooking lessons and a
BHEL.BCRN, Max IS A large
crowd Attended the program pat
on, br MU Johnston at the school
boas Monday night. Miss John
ston closed her year's work with
an all-day picnic. May 24.
Arne v Miller of Salem is
spending this week with her
mother and ' also attending the
graduating exercises at the Eclo
high school, her Bister Eleanor Is
talk br Lloyd Olrod. ,
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9 A. M.
Golden Wtst Coffi$;
the Golden West Drip makers
boiling water t Let it "drib".
I know t Grand Flmvrt
Toar srocat Wm OoUaa Wart and At OMum
Wart r'drip" cofcr saakcr.
; ? -:A$ K THE HO ME f Ot KS X ; Ihej kow ?,lJ
Free Birthday Cakes
See Cake on Display at Your Grocer
Hillman s Master Loaf
Made in Salem by
CHERRY CITY BAKING CO.
Final School Day
v Is Occasion for
Picnic for Zena
ZEN A, May 24 The last day
ot school at Zena was celebrated
with an all day picnic at the local
echoolhoase Friday. Miss Lillian
Reynolds, the teacher, has last
completed four years teaching
1 , Residents of this Talley "witness
ed l a thrilling sight when the
Akron, largest dirigible In. the
world flow over here at half-past
fire Tuesday morning 6"n her non
stop flight from Sunnyrale. Calif.,
to Portland. The morning was
clear and the graceful craft was
visible for many miles as she lazily
floated at a low altitude along
the Willamette rrer.
BROWN IX HOSPITAL
WAOONDA, May25-Karl M.
Brown who operates a service
station and garage here, was re
moTed to a Salem hospital Sat
urday, where he is receiving
treatment for an abscessed ear.
Last reports were that his condi
tion was not much improTed.
VITU B 111 BRAN.
Also Has "Bulk" to Further
Assist Elimination, and
Iron for Blood
One of the functions of Vitamin
B is to help tone the intestinal tract,
hnd promote elimination. Now, lab
era tory experiments shor Kellogg"
All-Bran contains this valuable
- Inaddition, All-Brat brines a
plentiful supply of "bulk" which
. provides the ballast" needed to ex?
trcise the intestines. 1
- . This "bulk" In ALL-BRAN is simi
,.;,jar to that of lettuce. Inside the
body, it is different from the way
yon see it In the package. It ab
sorbs moisture, and forms a soft
mass w hich gently clears the intes
tines! of wastes. Special cooking
processes make All-Brax finer.
i 1 milder, more palatable.
.Another healthful element
- brought by All-Bran is iron. Tests
1 show this cereal has twice as much
asable iron as the same -weight of
i beef liver.
Check common constipation
with its Irequent heaaaches, loss or.
- rppetlte and energy by eating
his delicious cereal. How much
pleasanter than taking pills and
drugs so often habit-forming.
Just eat two tablespoonfuls daily
w sufficient to overcome most types
of eonstiDation. If your intestinal
trouble is not relieved tms way, see
Atmetizraer redoes on the red-and-
rreen package. Made by Kellogy
in Battle Creek.
H. L. CLAEK'S
Piano & Furniture
1:30 P. M.
1695 Chemeketa :
8ty Clark Ugh grade
Ptaasv kaUery radio, stand
cables, extenglon table and
hata recfceci, eeweh, pi.
eft stealer, rf saaca--slae
rack eleetrie plate, dlafc-
K. atensUs, fratt Jars, glass
ehnrn, scale, C-hele range,
heater trait, sewtng iwfct
beds, springs and matrresses,
artamai and rods, mirror,
boOefv Ironing board, wringer,
tools brace, and man athM-
i ,. i. a.
1 Auctioneer .
Oash paid for ased taredtsre
r sou en
on your food bin is a fine idea If done In a safe and sane manner.. To skid
around the corner on two wheels with your car is dangerous and it Is also unwise
to attempt to cut your food bill with inferior Quality foods. At your Purity
Store you can cut your living: costs and need not fear quality redaction, because
Purity Stores are always striving to gire you the lowest possible prices, but tne
highest possible quality. - -
Features for Friday and Saturday, May 2728
on Tim WP1 (? Oi
Fresh High score
2 pounds o
Whiter Flaky. Creams
quickly and easily wLtomt
3-pound tin Of)
VAIL SAElUDnNES 3 SC
Tomato Mustard . Spiced Natural
BH APE 1WQ1 FLAKES 3
Delicious Grapenuts.in a Flaked Form
Compared to other high
grade, hard wheat flours
Iuriiy is very economi
cal la actual use.
At this price Purity
Flour is an out-standing
f-ardhH fine fabric
T UX it especially made to
frestrvt the precious elas
ticity of silk.' Those soft Lux
suds eaift rob even the sheer
est stocking of its life! In fact,
washing with Lux (after every
wearing if possible) dovhlti
stocking wear. And that
means cutting stocking bills
down to half?
"The Original" sweet
ened condensed milk.
Use for quicker and easi
er cooking. Creams and
sweetens coffee at half
the cost of separate
cream and sugar.
2 Small size
Slmpl cannot be
beatesi by any peas
at this prloe
Ererjona ki familiar
w&h this popala
Kentncky Wonder bean
"The" OUve Ofl Toilet Soap
Keep that schoolgirl complexion'
A. Quaker Oat Prodnct
A beautiful piece of
A .Genuine Phoephata F'M-t
Powder. Trt features r Usap'
polntment If Bwmford'a Is sued
- f - . - - ,
Soft as down While M
enow. A - real absorbans
safe, tenet tlssme
3 roiis .:...;..!;.. iM
RigM Reserved to Reznonably Limit Quantities
Never again will you witness such a slaugnter, of prices, on good merchandise that is
slightly soiled by water or smoke. To spend your money here means real economy,
because your doUar will buy more here than elsewhere.
You'll find a good selection still on hand at marvelous low prices. Do not delay be
here Friday morning and share in the wonderful values. Remember, prices cannot be
duplicated and you'll regret it if you do not take advantage of these savings.
GEaCEniIE ID)EY (ODDS
Jell-Well . ;H a One Table of PrinU, special yd. 4c
Assorted Flavors. m Quick Cooking
Pkg. 4C OaU All Silk Printed Shantung :.L. yd. 29c
Bean Hole Small Q : ;
Beans V' - VC Ladies' Full Fashion Pure Silk Hose 39c
cm - 7c MarraSle 50-in. Velour in Green Only yd. 49c
napjackFlour ghs'jar 12c 1 teWe of Remnants marked to Y2 Price
Amaizo or Misses' Plaid Sports Hose, reg. 59c... 13c
JCnou?ea -Quart n 35c Popnns & Voiles, guar, fast color, yd. 14c
Mixed . 4 pkg. 19c Mazola or Indian-Head Muslin, special, 2 squares 5c
Tru Jell Wesson Oil 36.m. Esmond Bath Robing !.yd. 39c
Dessert, Assorted Q hSC " "
Flavors, pkg. JC can 36c-in. Cretonnes yd. 5c
Rojal Formay or Snow-
Baking Powder drift Shortening 27-in. Canton Flannel yd. 12c
e. .. 29C 28C 42-36-in. Pillow Slips each 9c
- uoei r,mw Aim ejqys -
Men's Athletic Shirts 5c
Men's Dress Shirts, slightly soiled ....19c
Values to 2.00
Uncle Sam Work Sox 6c
Nainsook Union Suits 19c
Men's Caps, all wool 49c
Men's heavy non-run Rayon U. Suits 59c
Marlboro Dress Shirts 79c
Values to 2.50
Non-Run Good Rayon Shorts 16c
Values to 49c
Fast Color Broadcloth Pajamas 69c
Values to 2.50
Leather Faced Gloves 17c
Boys' Cords, light and dark shades ....87c
Men's Dress Straw Hats 49c
Men's, Boys' Sweaters, slightly soiled 39c
Boys Heavy Broadcloth Dress Shirts ..39c
Values to 1.00
Men's and Boys' Tennis Shoes, soiled 19c
Children's Asstd. Shoes and Oxfords 19c
White or Black Tennis Oxfords 49c
One Table of Women's Shoes 89c
Girls' Heavy Brogue Oxfords ........$1.98
White or Suntan Mesh Pumps ...98c
Women's Dress Pumps and Oxfords $1.49
Values to 5.00
One Table of Men's Dress Shoes 97c
One Lot of Boys' Heavy Shoes $1.69
Boys' Dress Oxfords 49c
Men's Dress Oxfords, good grade....$1.97
Women's Heavy Grade Felts ,.39c
Arch Support Ties and Oxfords $2.49
Very good grade
Children's Pumps and Oxfords 89c
- Values to ISO
WOMEN ANHD GEELIL6
Extra Heavy Corsets, med. & lg. sizes 98c
Girls' Print DrttteM, fast colors ..........29c
Small Boys Wash Suits 29c
Extra Quality Wash Suits ........... ..69c
. . -
1 Lot Ladies' Mercerized Hose ..pr. 13c
Boys' Heavy Black & Brown Hose, pr. 7c
Houso Dresses, Smocks, yah to $1.95..49e
One Table of Sweaters, Sleepers,
Play Suits and Black Bloomers, ea. 19
Child's Coveralls in Plain Blue and
Striped Denim ........1.29c
54-in, Oilcloth, pattern or by yard ....29c
48-in. Oilcloth, plain and fancy, yd. 19c
Women's and Child's Hose, light colors9c
Girls' Outing Gowns ...1...........1.........9c
Women's Fleece Knit Union Suitt 49c
Misses' Print Blouses .....M..;....1.........29c
One lot Rayon Underwear : 19c
Ladies' Rayon Bloomers, Shorties and
Stepmvvalues from 79c-$l.:....3 for $1
Pure SiDc Slips, Comb. Suits, Gowns, 59c
44x44jn. Pure Linen Lunch Sets
with Napkins ........;..;fc..69c
81x90 SheeU for $1
Krmkle Krepe Bed Spreads, 81xl05....69c
36-in. fancy Printed Out Flannel, yd. 12c
Part Linen Crash Toweling, 16-in.ycV 5c
Guaranteed Fast Colored Prints.yd. 10c
D. M. C Crochet Thread, large balls 15c
Mercerized Thread . .....spool 2c
54.50 Raincoats .w...i.........51
$10 Silk Dresses ......... ......$2.95
Women's HigK Top Boots, oiled tan
uppers . ... $1.97
357 Court Former Location of Giese-Powers Store