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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Friday Morning. September 9 1932
Local, Nws Briefs'
Says NotGailty Glenn Beirin-
ger pleaded not giillty jWhen he
appeared 'betore t "Justice of jthe
Peace MUler- Harden; yesterday la
answer to charge ot assault Jfttfc
a dan serous, weapon. He hifie4
cused of striking Frank Basaf of
near Mehama near the. temple
with a hammer. Preliminary hear
ing was net for September 2? at
2 p. m. He filed undertaking! on
$500 bond and ia out of jail.
Word received her was that Bass
was able to return to work in! the
fields yesterday. The alleged, as
sault took place Tuesday morning.
At 187 North High street, Wed
nesday September 7. Harold Hol-
den Smith, aged 37 years. Sur
vived by mother, Mrs. Mary Bran
non ot Long Beach, Wash.; broth
er. Newton S. Smith ot Eugene;
sisters, Mrs. Warren Barch of
Rickreall . Mrs. Will Saulers; of
Wbeeler and Mrs. Elmer' Bale of
Iinr Beach. Wash. Funeral serv
ices will be held . Saturday, Sep
tember 10, at 10:30 a. m.. irom
the chaoel of W. T. Bigdon &
Son, Rev. Grover Birtchet officjiat
Ing. Interment I. O. O. F. ceme
In this city, September 8, Mil
ton Blalock. aged 44, formerly of
Grants Pass, Ore. Remains will be
forwarded to Grants Pass for serv
ices and interment by W. Tr Rig
Uovs Hold RetreatMembers
of the Junior board; the Y!M
In this city, September! 5,
George K. Salman, aged 70 years,
formerly of Portland. Funeral
services Friday, September at
1:30 p. m. from the chapel of
W. T. Rtgdon & Son. Interment
City View cemetery.
C, A. will go to theJJT eamp;?tt
uoeansiae tomorrow aiiernoon
where they will remain until
cay. evening on their annual re
treat," Plans will be made for the
winter's activities. Leaden going
will include C. A. Hells, T general
secretary; Gus Moore, boys sec
retary; Fred Smith, boys' gym in
structor; Dr. Frank" E. Brown,
boys work committeemen, and
Sbarles Barkley. Junior directors
going are Everett Clark, presi
dent, Dan Clark secretary, George
Arbuckle, Hume Downs, Tom Ga
briel, - Doug Chambers, Charles
Wiper, Tavid Compton, James Se
hon, Don Pence, Ned Hale and
In Attiaalt Case John Fitzpat
rlck. arrested' Wednesday on a
charge of assault and battery on
person of S. P. Matheny, farmer
living between Stayton and Me
hama. pleaded not guilty in Jus
tice cou here yesterday, and pre
liminary hearing was Bet for Sept.
20 at 9:30 o'clock. Matheny is
said to have suffered a dislocated
back in the affray and word here
is that he is confined to his bed.
Fittpatrlck put up $259 ball.
Due to 'a typographical error,
Linene lunch cloths - were adver
tised as linen in Mlller's-stOM pa
Here From Portland Will A.
Haimes, who has been active In
endeavoring to recover ivest
ments lost by stockholders in Pa
cific Baacorporation, was here
from Portland Thursday.
Called East Mr. and Mrs. John
Johnson, 261 North 20th, left yes
terday morning for Kansas, where
they were called by the serious
illness of his mother.
At the residence on the north
Pacific highway, Thursday, Sep
tember 8, Ernest Ben Flake, iged
43 years. Survived by widow, jEd
na; three children. Alvin, Ernes
tine and Vernon Flake; mother,
Mrs. Mary Flake of Russell, Cal.;
brothers and sisters, Frank Fake
of Salem. Grant Flake of Portland,
George Flake of Canada, Mrs.j Vi
ola Marrs of Los Angeles, Mrs.
Minnie Whitcomb of Clatskanle,
and Mrs. Addle Daue of Salem.
Funeral announcements later by
W. T. Rigdon & Son.
At the home, 2896 Brooks ave
nue, September 5, OUver Johns
rud, aged 66 years. Beloved fath
er of Nelson Blixsetch, Gena Cook,
both of Salem, Hanna Knutesen of
North Dakota, James Johnsruid of
Taft. Engbert and Herman Johns
rud and Nels Hansen of Salem.
Funeral services Friday, Septem
ber 9, at 10:30 a. m. from; the
cbapel ot the Salem Mortuary,
Rev. P. W. Eriksen officiating.
Interment in Belcrest Memorial
Sheridan To Mr. and Mrs
Kenneth Sheridan of route 6, Sa
lem, a son, born Thursday at the
Bungalow Maternity Home.
Quartet Entertain The Amer
ican Legion Auxiliary Quartet,
consisting of Grace Zosel, Marie
Robertson, Bernice Bowe and
Mildred Wyatt, entertained Lion
club member with several se
lections at the luncheon yester
day noon. Ruth Bedford accom
panied them at the piano. Brief
talk were made by Ed Shea of
Portland, district Lions gover
nor, and O .F. Tate, district sec
retary. All but two members ot
the club and a number of former
members attended with Merrill
Ohling in charge ot an "old
Woman wants housekeeping. Good
references. Call 8847.
Going to Convention Justice
ot the Peace Miller Hayden will
start the second week ot hi an
nual vacation today, and will re
turn to the office Friday, Sept.
16. He and Mr. Hayden plan to
spend part of the time at the na
tional Legion convention in Port
land and the rest at Ashland.
During hi absence, the office
will - be - open each day except
Tuesday, the legal holiday recent
ly proclaimed by the governor.
Miss Alma Johnson, secretary.
will be in charge.
Church Rsume An interest
ing subject is announced by Rev.
J. R. Slmonds, pastor of the First
Congregational church, for re
sumption . of services . at that
church Sunday morning, follow
ing the summer vacation perlo
The subject is "Too Big for My
Kodak". Rev. Slmonds ha been
spending most of the vacation
period at the beaches.
Dance Friday, Hazel Green.
Dick Baker Returns Dick Ba
ker, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Baker of Salem, has returned here
from Neskowin where he has
served as life guard during the
summer. He will visit with his
parents for two week before re
turning to Universitv of Washing
ton where he is a junior.
Visit in Portland Mrs. Maude
Fult and two daughters. Mary
Elsie and Doris, spent the past
weekend visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mr. D. Burg in Port
land. Mrs. Burg la Mrs. Fult'
Aaka Cooperation The cham
ber, ot commerce has directed a
letter to business men of the city,
asking cooperation in putting out
flag and welcoming signs to the
hundred of American Legion del
egates, families and visitors that
will pais through here Saturday,
Sunday and Monday to the nation
al convention. in Portland.
Students expecting to begin a
course at the Capital Business
college next Monday, are request
ed to register this week. This is
the year to make preparation for
the return ot better business con
ditions the opportune time to
secure a usable education.
Trespassing Charged Phil Sor-
aham, alias Phil Barnes, and Panl
Cree, alias Pete McCoy, pleaded
guilty in justice court to trespass
ing and were fined $25 each and
cost. The fine was remitted and
both defendants placed on proba
tion for a year. Property which
they entered was the L. A. Schee
lar auto wrecking establishment.
Four Studenfa Enroll Four
new atudent enrolled at Salem
high school yesterday: Edwin
Cutler, post graduate; Grace
Bervl. lunior. from Canby: Eloise
White, post graduate commercial,
Willamette university; and wm
field Joyce, sophomore, from Al
Mamd! TCnda Vacation Alfred
Mundt, city bookkeeper, returned
tn IiIb duties from his vacation
yesterday. Because ot injuries to
a foot, he was unable to spend an
active holiday time, tie maae one
1 trie to the coast.
September 8 Drain corps
benefit, Willamette atheUc
September 15 Freshman
days open at Willamette
September 15-16 An
nual teachers institate, Sa
lem high school.
September IT Upper
class registration opens,
September 19 Opening
of Salem public schools.
September 26-Octobcr 1
Oregon state fair.
November 8 Gencr.
One Accident Reported One
automobile accident was reported
to city police yesterday. Mrs. V.
R. Shott ot Portland and James
Weathers of Turner were the mo
torists involved in the mishap,
which occurred at Center and Lib
Old time dance to-nlte, Gervals,
Ore. Oregon Haymaker's orches
Ad Club Starts Today the Sa
lem Ad club will start its fall sea
son with luncheon at the Bohe
mian restaurant balcony. Ray
Carr of Portland willl be the
At Crater Lake Miss Ethel
Fletcher, secretary ot the Salem
grange, and her nephew, Norman
Fletcher, are spending the week
on a vacation trip to Crater Lake.
Standards Cited Attention
of incoming students at Willam
ette, university la being called. to
the regulations regarding upper
class' standing In a bulletin' Just
issued by Dean Frank M. Erick
son., Until students have at sem
ester, Jionrs credit and as many
of ?nbr Quality hours, the upper
case "'rank ot Junior cannot be
feat, the i dean advises. One hun
dred and twenty semester hours
credit and a similar or greater
number of quality hours are re
quired tor graduation. '
Sorell Case Later The grand
Jury, in session for a short per
iod this week, did not have be
fore, it the case, of Melvin Sorell,
charged with first degree murder
a result 'of shooting his father
more than a week ago. Sorell
waived preliminary hearing when
brought up in Justice court Tues
day morning. At that time It was
stated the case would likely be
presented to the grand Jury this
week. However, since it did not.
it will likely come up at the next
session ot the grand Jurors.
License Issued One mar
riage license was issued at the
county clerk's office Thursday.
It went to Lawrence C. Hulin,
25, Pendleton laborer, and Rose
W. Sanford, 30, Portland house
keeper. This Is hi first wedding;
Case Dismissed Salt of Nor
ma Lankins against Francis Lane
was dismissed in circuit court
yesterday on order signed by
Judge L. II. McMahan. Attor
neys for both parties agreed to
LewelUns; Assigned Judge
Levelling of the Marlon county
circuit court ha been assigned by
Chief . Justice Bean ot the state su
preme court to substitute for
Jndge Arlie Walker of the Yam
hill county circuit court in the
case ot the Sheridan State bank
against Helder. Judge Parker of
Condon has been assigned to bold
circuit court at The Dalles for
Judge Wilson, who is now presid
ing at a number of trials in Mar
- Flower Interest Grows Each
day piles up new interest in the
development of the fall flower
show being sponsored by the com
mercial growers of Salem and vi
cinity this week end at 255 North
Commercial street. Many entries
are already listed and there will
be an excellent exhibition, accord
ing to plans. Judges have been
announced as Mrs. Stella Henry,
Mrs. Paul Wallace and' Mrs. Harry
Registration Proceeds Regis
tration is going on rather slowly
at the county clerk's office. The
last month tor registration Is at
hand as the registration books
elose 30 days before the general
elections. Non-registered voters
cannot cast a ballot this year, as
the Oregon law which used to per
mit swearing in et voters has been
llinto on Vacation Harry ll'n
to, assistant to City Building In
spector E. C Bushnell and Engin.
eer Hugh Rogers, is taking his
vacation this week. With Mrs.
Mlnto. he is making a motor trip
through southern Oregon, visiting
the Oregon caves and Crater lake. '
897 N. Coml. Near canneries
and paper converting company
FOR SALE CHEAP
Good paying business. Ovrter
leaving Salem soon. Wants to
We still have a good
assortment left at this
COMB AND SEE IT
Hansen & Liljequist, Inc.
Dealers tn Lumber and
Cbarch and Mill Tel. 0131
Aiurpoy : i
At the residence, 17 96 ivortn
Front street, September 7, EDima
Jane Murphy, aged 63 years.' Be
loved wife of Nathaniel Murphy;
mother of Mr. Thomas McCreary
of Vancouver, Wash., W. M. Mur
phy of Salem. Funeral services
Saturday, at 10:30 a. m. from the
chapel of the Salem Mortuary,
545 North Capitol. Rev. Di J.
Howe officiating. Interment in
Mellow Moon is not the
same old moon. The new
manager, F. N. Woodry,!
has made many decided
like the place now. Take;
a look in and enjoy an
old-time dance any Tues
day to the music of the
Willamette Valley boys,;
or any Wednesday or
Satnrday. Dance to the
music of Woodry's 10
piece Mellow Moon mod
ern dance band and en
. tertainers. Arrange your
parties for a good time.
Admission only 25c for
Ask your smiling
Dr. Chan Lam i
Tuesday and Satur
day 2 to S p. o. i
148 N. Commercial
Roams 1 and a ;
and Floor Waxers
Call 60 10, Used furniture
181 North nigh .
WHATEVER the motoring need, we're
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