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. OREGON STATESMAN, Sakmr Oregon, Friday
. . . i
Morning, September 9, 1932
Euwer, Easlett and Howar
Feature Speakers for
Pla1is- for Marion county's
Christian Endeavor convention to
be held here In the First Presby
terian church here October 7-8.
are being rapidly formulated, un
der the direction of the program
committee, composed oi Ella
Smith, county president, and Elva
Ault and Effle Grimes all of Sa
lem. The convention proper will end
Saturday night this year with the
installation of new officers and
no sessions will be held Sunday as
heretofore, excepting for a retreat
for he newly elected officers with
representatives of the state body
The committee has chosen
'Workers with Christ" as the
A pre-registration campaign has
been launched by the registrar,
Valmer Klampe, of Salem route
9. An award will be made at the
convention to the society in the
county first reaching its quota.
famed JPor Rodeo Queen
Honors at State Fair
Oft to & rood start is the pod-
tjlarity contest for Queen of the
State Fair Rodeo, which the Sa
lem Ad club is sponsoring. Al
ready IS nomination blanks have
been filled cut and sent in. Each
nomination blank gives the can
didate 10,000 votes. Only one
such blank ' is credited for each
"j Ballots good for 100 votes each
are now obtainable at Salem
stores with purchasers. The ballot
box will be located on the First
National Bank corner. The ballot
ing will close at 6 p. m. on Wed
nesday, Sept. 21 and the winner
will be announced at the Fall
Opening on the night of Sept. 22.
! TheJiueen will receive a brand
Chemawa Squad Puts in K'
Long Drill Periods For
.Opening Game on 16th
f Continued from Bin 1)
.m . a.. CHEMAWA. Sept. I Toot-
tomorrow, returning to Portland n " "tarted la earnest at
Saturday. Chemawa. Although there were
Commander Criticize many familiar faces missing- In
"Irresponsible Slanderers" . the lineup for the first scrim-
commanoer Stevens win pro-1 maze. It showed manv nosslblli
tor her efforts. She will ride in
the parades of Strawberry Roan
Rodeo at the. fair and receive the
courtesies of her regal position.
The following are the names
of nominations which have been
received up to Thursday night: pose that the legion provide for ties of offensive power In those
new complete fall outfit a reward by stores.
Florence M. Duval. Bessie Maloy,
Esther Koucher, Flavia A. Downs,
Winifred Senn, Margaret Rose
braugh, Barbara Walker, Vivian
Eiker, Laurie Walker, Rose Mary
Sawyer, Mildred Zehner, Dorris
Kemp, Pauline Marnach.
Other nominations will be re
ceived. Clip the coupon and send
it in. Do not send more than one
for the game person, as only one
nomination coupon is counted.
Voting ballots will be given out
11 WILCOX IAD
SAN JOSE, Cal., Sept. 8 (AP)
Appointment of Frank R. Wil
cox, marketing specialist of the"
University of California, as mana
ger of the United Prune Growers
of California, recently organized
state wide cooperative, was an
nounced here tonight by the or
ganization's board of directors.
Wilcox, who took an active part
in the sign-up campaign which
made the United Prune Growers
operative, formerly served for
two years as manager of the Na
tional Pecan Marketing associa
tion, a cooperative operating in
seven southern states.
The United Prune Growers di
fectorate also announced the fol
lowing prices approved for the or-
Imperials 31-35. 5V2C; 26-30,
?4c; 21-23, 9c: 25-up, 10c, with
a lc differential for outsiders.
GOOD FOR 10,000 VOTES
I desire to nominate
For Queen of Strawberry Roan Rodeo of Oregon State Fair
September 26-October 1.
Fill out coupon, clip and mail to Queen Contest Manager,
j Salem Ad Club, Salem, Ore.
! Nomination Coupon Good for 10,000 Votes
'summary and disciplinary c- who participated. Coach Les La
tlon" against "unfair opponents Tene says.
and critics" within The ranks of Drills in the fundamentals of
the legion. He also will urge that blocking, tackling and charging
the legion strike back at CHose have been the order of the day.
who malign the order and its The warm weather has helped to
members from without, "includ- keep injuries at a minimum and
mg possiDie court action ior ir-ito quickeaconditioning.
responsible slanderers." The back field has been greatly
In his report the commander strengthened by Willis, a fine
will pay high tribute to the press ball carrier, and the improvement
for seeking to publish the truth, of' M. Cook, last year substitute
He asserted that without the aid full back and Olnjey who played
of legitimate newspapers the half last year for the first time
great, unselfish and patriotic ob-lMeaehem, Vivette and Birdbear
ectives of the Legion could not are expected to arrive at the
have been attained. school tomorrow and report im
pn.rrninn rttvMiiriut mediately for practice. In the
Is Arranged Iin6 Baker and W. Cook are the
Arrangements were completed u ir m me guara posi-
today to broadcast proceedings of Mom but are getting competition
the American Legion nationaKon- 'm L. John and Whltford. Leo
vftntinn hart next week through jBBe oeen convened irom
" I A V t A. . a
a national network. center ana wm De
The first broadcast will be penorming iiae a regular m mat
from 7:30 to 8:20 o'clock (P. S. POon wun out mtie practice.
FLAKE DIES AFTER
Held Up Until
DALLAS, Sept. 8 Peter Skow,
50, died this morning In a Dallas
hospital as the. result of injuries
sustained when he was struck by
a falling limb while working in
the .Willamette .valley lumber
camp above Black Rock. The limb
struck him on the shoulder and
paralyzed his body.
Funeral arrangements have
been postponed until some trace
of his relatives can be found.
i After a serious illness lasting
fpr some time, Ernest Ben Flake.
Well-known Salem resident, died
TJhursday at his residence on the
Pacific highway north of Salem,
lie suffered amputation of one
of his limbs several week3 ago.
Flake had been confined to a
wheel chair since early youth, but
this did not deter him from be
ing an active business man. He
was born in Kansas moving to
Salem when less than a year old,
and has lived here ever since. He
was a member of the Bungalow
s surviving is nis wiaow. Lana;
three children, Alvin, Ernestine
ajnd Vernon; hi3 mother, Mrs.
Mary Flake of Russell. Calif.;
and three brothers and three sis
ters. Frank Flake of Salem,
Grant Flake of Portland, George
Flake of Canada, Mrs. Viola
Marrs of Los Angeles. Mrs. Min-
nie iWhltcomb of Clatskanie, Ore..
atfd Mrs. Addle Daue of Salem
Funeral announcements will De
made later by W. T. Rigdon and
his own recognizance, with the
understanding that he would go
to Klamath Falls and attempt to
recover two rings which he was
alleged to have stolen from Myrtle
Korr, a nurse at Salem General
hospital. He was arrested there
last April and has been in Jail
lor 145 day3.
Will Ask for
PORTLAND, Ore.. Sept. 8
(AP) Confidence that the Ore
gon state convention of the Am
erican Legion, which opens here
tomorrow, will asked Immediate
payment of the adjusted ocm
pensation certificates was
pressed by scores of delegates
who arrived in the city today.
Action on the bonus question
in the opinion of the delegates
already here, probably will be the
most important business to come
before the . two-day meeting.
John B. Aiken, of Dallas, and
Don A. McLeon of Hood River,
are said to be the outstanding
candidates for state commander.
PEIIEII'S 1932! '
SHOW GETS GOING
likelr tackles bat should have
soma trouble with TJ. Bruno and
several newcomers when they ar
-Peter Emmons and T. Dbgeagle
are showing np at the ends but
will have to keep Improving if
they are to stay there, for C.
Emmons and Desantel look like
comers as does Badgun.
Ray Pratt and H. Churchill are
blocking and carrying the ball
in fine fashion. They are light
but extremely fast and fearless.
Roebear Thomas la learning to
run in open field using his inter
terers to the maximum.
There are several new men
who will doubtless be on. the
squad after they have an oppor
tunity to show their calibre.
The results are so far pleasing
considering there are so many
more boys to come in (about
100). On the other hand, with a
game on Sept. 16 with Lincoln honored
Ainunoman siaaium so close
PENDLETON. Ore.. Sept t
(AP) With all the speed and
dash of a five ring circus. Pendle
ton opened its 1933 Round-Up
here today with the greatest ar
ray of rodeo talent ever assem
bled in this arena.
World championships, thou
sands of dollars in prize money
and valuable trophies spurred the
cowhands to daring exhibitions of
riding, bulldogglng and roping.
Thousands of Indians, from
tiny pa poos e8 In their quaint cribs
to withered squaws whose sum
mers number a hundred or more.
all dressed up In their most gor
geous trappings, gave the Roun-
Up a brilliant touch. The Indians
are enjoying this particular
Round-Up more than others be
cause Tall-We-Ton-Ml, C a y u s e
tribal beauty, is queen of the
Ronnd-Up. Only once before in
the 23 years of the Round-Up his
tory has an Indian maiden been
T.) at the auditorium. Monday
morning from 10 to 10:45 o clock
the opening convention program
will be released. It will include
addresses by Governor Meier of
Oregon. Governor Hartley of
Washington and Governor Rolpb
Floyd Gibbons will be one of
the principal announcers.
J. Waltera and D. Belgard are
there is need of full strength Im
Chemawa's schedule is far from
full and games are welcome from
any high school on the following
dates: Sept. 23. 24 or 30; Oct
13, 21 or 22, 28 or 29; Nov. 4
or 5 and 18 or 19.
MIES HOSTS AT
1 ROBINS FJY
CLOVERDALE. Sept 8. Mr,
ana Mrs. u. k. Hennies were
hosts at their home here Sunday
when they entertained with a 1
o clock luncheon in honor of their
four children and families. This
was the first time the family had
been together since 1925.
Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Hennies and children.
Betty and Robert of Beverly
Hills, Cal., Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Stanley and children, Carol Jean
and Harold npin nf TiirnAr Mr
and social betterment won. tiis i .B4i m., Alhprt HenniM mid Mr.
wife, who was Margaret Dreler. is tnd Mrs Louls Hennies of Clo-
also- a social economist wno nas TM-dale.
devoted much of her life to tne
betterment of conditions among
working women and children.
Another delightful reunion was
held at Rlverdale park when
members of the Mrs. J. Fliflet
family met. Present were Mr. and
Mrs. victor Fliflet and son of
Tacoma, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Fllf
let, Mr. and Mrs. W. HImes of
Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kun
ke, Joyce and Gordon Kunke of
Cloverdale, Oscar and Palma
Fliflet and Mrs. J. Fliflet of
court. One 11000 Xnsta!! Utility
Investment. Inc. bond Is listed
at a sale value of 12.S0 while a
1500 par value 40 Wall Street
bond due in 1958 is appraised at
The estate has a total valua
of $19,471 according to the es
timate made by the appraisers.
All of the ' assets are personal
property. The largest item Is a
118,500 note due Talbot from
Donald C Roberts and secured
by 1(0 shares of stock in the
Capitol IceA Cold Storage com
pany. Louis LachL und is administra
tor of the estate.
Roily Rucker, of Haskell. Okla..
wo ntoday's calf roping contest in
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dyke gold rush in Alaska in 1898
and acquired a modest fortune
there which made it possible for
him to devote himself to religious
In the evening the group at
tended the Elsinore theatre.
Raymond Robins was in Salem the Salem armory. At that time
last fall as one of the Allied Cam- the thesis of his public addresses
paigners, engaged In a national was concerned with the need for
campaign for enforcement of the American citizens to obey the Bn-
prohibition law. While In the city stitution and to respect the 18th
he spoke at the Salem Ad club, at amendment as any other portion
the Willamette university chapel of the constitution would be re-
and made two public addresses at spected.
Still in Play
FOREST HILLS. N. T.. Sept. 8
(AP) Ellsworth Vines, Jr..
Henri Cochet, Wilmer Allison and
Clifford Sutter three of the
world's ranking players and a
collegian today battered their
windy way Into the semi-finals of
the national tennis champion
ships. The lineup for tomorrow's
round sends Vines against Sutter,
while- Allison will take another
crack at the elusive Cochet, who
licked him in their Davis cup en
Big Sum Ready
Projects aggregating $1,250,
000 have thus far been placed on
the programs recently approved
for forest highway and emergency
forest highway funds for work
this coming year, according to
word received here yesterday by
Congressman W. C. Hawley. His
advice came from the United
States Forest Service at Washing
ton. D. C.
Projects approved for the fiscal
year 1933 are:
Location surveys. $50,000:
maintenance. $30,000; Siletz riv
er, $85,000; Oregon coast high
way, $100,000; Alsea highway,
150.000; Siuslaw highway, $235.
ooo; Tiller-Trail highway. $70.
000; Willamette highway. $185,-
000; Santlam highway. $255,000;
North Santlam highway, $115,
000; Wapinitla and Mt Hood
Loop highways, $75,000.
Oi Talk Slated
By Local Pastor
Rev. P. W. Eriksen of the Am
erican Lutheran church will lec
ture at Union Hall Sunday night,
at 7:30 o'clock, on The Pyra
mids of Egypt" Mrs. Eriksen has
given a great deal of time and
thought to the study of the pyra
mids, and it is anticipated his
lecture will be a real treat to
students of history.
The musical program will be
furnished by Mae C. Gingrich
and Mrs. F. O. Breckenridge.
Mrs. Ida Yoder Miller is in
charge of the meeting.
In Bonds Seen
Drastic decline in values of
intangible securities is shown in
tne estate of the late Harry A
Taibot, tbe appraisal of which
was filed Thursday in probate
Speak in City
August Huckesteid received
word from democratic headquar
ters Thursday that Josephus Dan
iels, secretary of the navy In the
Wilson administration, will be in
Salem Friday, September 1C. He
will address a mass meeting la
the armory during his stay here.
The meeting will be In the after
noon or evening, Huckestein was
not sure which.
Daniels is attending the Legion
convention in Portland and will
make political 'speeches on his
tour of the coast.
The "Better Sires-Better Stock"
campaign, now being conducted
by the department of agriculture
in cooperation with the states,
has nearlyx 18,000 farmers enrolled.
'The lives of aU
depend on me!"
To Find Rings
Kendall Lucas, 19, charged
with larceny yesterday was re
leased by Judge McMahan of the
Marion county circuit court on
Cross - Word Puzzle
By EUGENE SHEFFER
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'Not a Comfortable Thought"
By JIMMY MURPHY
THAT FIXES EVERV-
THINfj UP FINE, TOOTS!
ONLY I WISH THEY'D
WADE SOME MENTION '
OF THE UY AT THE
BANQUET MH0 CAUSED
A ROUND OF APPLAUSE.
BY YcULlNcr CASPER
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IT 60E5 TO SHOW YOU
THAT EVERYTHING HAPPENS
FOR THE BEST.CASPERl
IF THEY HADN'T MADE A
MISTAKE IN THE FIRST
ARTICLE YOU WOUUDNT tET
THIS ONE! TOO BAD THEY
DIDNT MAKE ANOTHER
MISTAKE TODAY AMD 4NE YOU
BY THE WAY CASPER JT5 QUITE
POSSIBLE THAT A FEW PEOPLE WHO READ
THE FIRST ARTICLE ABOUT YOU DIDNT SEE
THE SECOND! ALL DESPERADOES HAVE
ENEMIES! SUPPOSING SOME CROOK WHO
NEVER SAW TW0-4UN TOMMY, YET WHO
HAS A OKUDbk AGAINST HIM, SHQULO
DECIDE TO BUMP HIM OFF AND
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