The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 10, 1932, Page 8, Image 8

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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, : Oregon, Saturday Morning, September 10, 1932
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FACULTY TOLD
BY BREAKING GLASS
Teaching List for 72 Dis
tricts of County Vir
tually Completed
DALLAS. Sept. 9 A list of the
teachers for the Polk county
schools for the 1932-33 school
year was Issued this week bjr
County School Superintendent Ja-
siah Wills. The list covers the 72
I sehool districts of the conntv hi
; Is not complete in some localities.
The list issued was a3 follows: I .
-Dallas, R. R. Turner. supeTin-
icnuem; s. js. Whitworth, Pre
ton P. Douehton. Fairfax w p3.
rhh, Cramel Shreeve, Robert I).
Kutcb, Phillip E. Ford. Mrs.
.n J. Turner, Mrs. Jamie F
Whitworth. Veroka Wamnlor wi.
xel Henry. Elizabeth M. Sedg
wick, Helen M. Hull, Alice M$
Bride, Helen Lee, Laree Johnsoi),
high school; Mrs. Anna Forrette,
u. u. juen, Virgil L. McPhersori.
. josepn Hartley, Almos LeFors,
Margaret . E. Spencer, Odessa
rant, Mrs. Anne B. Taylor, Mrs
Alta Cerny. Dorothy rnnk Mri
Myrtle H. Smith. Esther Cleve-
land, Addie Martin, Dorothy
ocnaaier, uenevieve Coad. Doris
Coad. Ethel Jackson. Edris
Greene. Miriam Hart. Mrs. Kath
erine Voth. grade school; Mr.
Jonn Jii. Johnson, Mountain Top
BUUUUt,
Smithfield, Nan Illff; Eola,
Mrs. Kana Grant; Pedee. Mr$.
Mattie Osborn, Eya Poole; Red
Prairie, Mrs. Georgia B. Emer
son; BrldeeDort. T.llv in nvhniov.
Balhton. Agnes Richards. Den
my m. Covey r Salt Creek, G. Mj
Baergen; Parker. Laurence Kemp?
Valley View. Mrs. Irene S. Lar
son, j
Monmouth. F. M. Roth, Editji
Clark. Alfred T. Allen. J. Alfred
Cox, John C, Blevens, high school;
Dora Scheffskey, Florence Beard
sley, Phebe B. Cox, Neva DallasL
Ruth McClure, Lucille Wall. Cai
therine McEwan, grade school;
Orchards, Lena E. MayjAirlieL
Walter C. Beck, lone Imbler,
Mr3. J. E. Lewis, Vallette Ree
Bethel, E. Warne Empey. Mrsj.
Marie Johnson, Dolores L. Kahlel
fJuidiatIcMullen; Polk Stations
Mrs:JiFannie Domashnfstv nai
Grove, Clara Elliott. ' !
Ward. Mrs. Hilda S. Worthy
lake; Perrydale, R. W. PorterL
Doris Gettmann. Kenneth Rameyl
Helen McMillan;. Fairview, Lois
P. Yocum; Gooseneck, Mrs. Clara
Barkley; Cochrane, Mrs. Florenc
Chapman; Gold Creek, Dorothey
E. Beck; RickreaU, F. M. Mitch
til, Chester C. Gilliam, Mrs. HeE-
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Perhaps to celebrate his victory in the primary as Democratic nominee
for Uiuted SUtes Senator from California, William Gibbs MeAdoo and
his daughter Eileen attended a movie premiere in Hollywood. Here they
are as ttey arrived at the theatre. Left to right are: Jack Warner, film
executive. Miss MeAdoo, her triumphant father and Miss Dickey Jones.
en Kutch. high school: erada
school not reDorted: rak Pnint
Pearl Eyre.
Independence. Paul E. Rohin.
son. Howard Bennett, Margaret
Eddy. Loren Mort. ivirnih
Young, Fern -Wheeler, Hasel
Stalsberg, high school; Oma pelle
Emmons, Mary A. Donaldson. Mr.
Delia T. Keeney. Mrs.
son, Elsie Bolt, Helen L. Martin,
Henrietta B. Wolfer, Lelie C.
Howe. Clara V. Thorn
school; Antioch, Fred Teats:
Brush College. Mrs. Marv w s-
hon, Ruth Bennett.
West Salem. Lvle D. Thomas
Hazel A. Emmett, Trula B. Grant,
Roberta Peterson, Ethel L. Mc
Coy, Ruth E. Rutlpr Flrn-n Pul
ley, Catherine M. Dvr- Rnonn
Vista. Mrs. ConsUnce Henning
son, Lillie Smith; Buell, J. I.
Rose; Spring .Valley, Mrs. Ethel
E. Sohn; Popcorn, Josephine
Smith; Harmony, s. P. Burgess;
Upper Salt Creek, C. D. Chorpe'n
Ing; Montgomery, Dorothy H.
Hill; Lincoln. Mrs. Irene Castle;
Enterprise, Luetta Baker; Surer,
Airs, ueiena Conkey.
McTimmonds Valley, Veda W.
Johnston; Greenwood, Mrs. Alma
Dempsey; Fir Grove. Mrs. Ossie
Best; Sunny Slope. Mrs. Bernice
Cody; Oakdale, Winona Finn; Mc
Coy, Helen Huntington; Guthrie,
Justina Thiessen; Black Rock,
Lillian Hatch; Liberty, Mrs. Gol
da Hayes; Falls City, Dale J.
Ickes, Mrs. Mabel Hatch. Geral
dine Richardson, Mrs. Frances
Speerstra, Lurena Treat, Irma
M. Locke, Sherman H. Foster,
Mrs. Hazel Gronewald.
Pioneer. Eueena Shanks- Out
burst, Marie Vinzelberg; Mt.
View. Geondanna Brizes. irion-
nor Briggs; Valsetx, Mrs. Margar
et March; Hopville, Melford Nel
son, Mrs. Hope Huntley; Grand
Ronde, C. T. Wilde, Esther Win
ters, E. B. Hudsen, Willoughby
Howe, "Edna M. Schaad; Mistle
toe, Leila J. Hammersley;. Wild
wood. Wilbur Crockerr VhIIpv
Junction, Esther Llerman, Mrs.
Clara McQueen; Broadmead, Dor
othy Fast; Fern, Pearl Groves;
Orchard View Mrs. Odll Ine:
Union High No. 1, R. Glen Brady;
z.ena, uorothy cook
Spokane Fails to Release
Rev. James for Hazel
Green Church
HAZEL GREEN. Sept 9
Rev. Clark M. Smith of Dufnr.
has' been assigned by - United
Brethren church to the pastorate
here instead of Rev. . Roy James
of Spokane, whose members were
not willing to release, him. Mr.
smith expects to arrive with
household goods Sept. 14. The
family is to come a few days later.
Robert Massie and family and
Mrs. Massle's brother Alexander
Sharp and family, who occupy
the parsonage, are to move to Sa
lem Saturday.
The congregation here will go
to Salem to Englewood church
Sunday at 11 o'clock to hear Mrs.
J. Hal Smith of Dayton, Ohio, as
sistant secretary of foreign mis
sion board of United Brethren
church.
Otterbein Guild will meet for
program and business meeting
Sunday afternoon, Sept. 11, at
home of patroness, Mrs. Looney
with Miss Hazel Cook in eharge.
Reports of recent convention in
Portland will be given by the del
egates, Imogene Wood and Nora,
Rutherford. The reading contest
will be planned. A picnic supper
la to be served.
The Women'g Missionary socle-.
iy win meet witn miss KUDy
Woodward, literature secretary in
October. Mrs. Margery Looney
was appointed chairman of pro
gram committed for the obser
vance of World's Missionary Ad
vancement Day" In October.
JOSEPH UMBEL
C11LE0 Bi DEATH
AMITY, Sept. 9. Joseph V.
Grabel, 75, well known Amity
resident, died at his his home
here Wednesday morning. Funer
al services were conducted Fri
day afternoon at the Amity
Methodist church. Interment was
in the Amity cemetery with the
Odd Fellows in charge.
About a week ago he suffered
a stroke at the store, from which
he never recovered.
He was born February 14,
1857, in Harrison county Indiana,
and came to Oregon about 27
years ago, with his brother and
family, locating on a farm south
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S9AX,AD DAY WERE THE TWO MOST CROWDED DAYS IN
THE HISTORY OF THIS STORE. BUT A LOT REMAINS AND IT IS GOING
OTO GO EVEN IF IT HAS TO BE
GIVEN AWAY BETWEEN NOW
w AMn xrmr ajoi aw tavioi pt
SyS&f? AE Kl CASE OF WHAT WILL YOu GIVE. ALMOST
iERI?i5G WAS REMARKED LAST NIGHT. LOOK FOR BROKEN LOTS
traStis
Here's
Three
They wouldn't mqve at $35
( I hey wouldn t
$19.95
move at
NOW THEY ARE
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GOT TO GO!
TWO
TOPCOATS $2o)
GOT TO GO!
MORE
GOT TO GO!
You Wouldn't
Buy $12
at $6.95. Alright buy them at
95
GOT TO GO!
Yoa wouldn't
dean out my 99c
G
so take them at
Get them before nine
tonight
5 pr. of
Were $6 but
they're badly
soiled
Wear a 14 Size
Too Many! Just Come and
Get 'em at
GOT TO
GO!
Refuse to Have Any
left to take 'em away, but
take 'em away quick
Broadcloth or Flannel
Bot Gt Them! J0J? UUlf ()C)(
GOT TO GO! j GOT TO fiO; j COT TO GO! VCiD GCg0J
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Open Until
Nine
Tonight
426 STATE STREET
Pbiitively.
the
Last Day
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Captain Herman Goerine, a mem
bet of Adolf Hitler'a Nazi's, wh
by a coalition of the Nazi, National
ist-and Centrist partiea in the Ger
man Reichstag, has been elected
president of that body. This Hitle? -victory
may be invalidated by Prsi
dent von Hindenbnr if he shonlV
sift-a a parliamentary dissolution
decree.
of Amity. He followed the trade
of a carpenter for some years
and a few years ago went into
the confectionary business with
his brother, later taking into
partnership Dean Craven and op
erating the store under the name
of Grabel ft Craven.
He Is survived by four nieces
and four nephews, besides other
relatives.
BETHEL, 6ept t Lillian
Hamrlck, small daughter, ef Rev.
and Mrs. 8. Hamrlck, had a pain
ful accident Thursday afternoon.
In closing the kitcnen door she
brokethe glass in the door and
cut a "small, deep wound in her
wrist.. which bled profusely. She
was rushed Into Salem where the
doctors found a severed artery
which they tied, and Pressed the
wound. Lillian will be under med
ical supervision for several days.
Mrs. Otho D. Smith and daugh
ter Shirley Jean of Roseburg are
at the home of Mrs. Smith's par
ents. Rev. and Mrs. S. Hamrlck.
Miss Margaret Diion, graduate
nnrae of the Multnomah county
hospital of Portland, is a guest at
the J. R. Carruthers home. " Miss
Dixon is the daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Wm. Dixon late of Portland
but now of . Hamilton, Ontario,
Canada. She is entering her sen
ior year for her'B. S. degree this
month at the U. of O. The Dixon
and Carruthers families were
Lfriends for many years in Canada.
Blaze Levels
H. Popp Home
Near Pioneer
PIONEER, Sept. 9. Thursday
about noon Hans Popp lost his
home by fire. Mr. Popp was
ready to leave for Salem with
a load of wood when he saw that
the chimney was on fire. He tried
to put it out with water but was
nnsuccessul and burned his hands
badly. The fire warden on Dor-
an's peak reported the fire and
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Bjorn Prytz, Stockholm industrial
ist, who has been selected by credi
tor concerns to be president of the
International Reconstruction of the
Swedish Match Company, of which
the late Ivar Kreuger was head. He
will attempt to settle up the affairs
ff the concern which was the larg
est of its kind in the world before
Creuger's saicide bared its stra.it.
a man from Dallas was soon out
iu uvip iigm nre. Most of tne
close neighbors Joined in helping
fight the fire which kept It from
spreading to Slater's on the west.
All the out buildings were
burned excent th hum Ur
Popp lost every thing in the
house bnt m. rhMt vllh anm
clothes and some blankets.
air. ropp nas no family, his
people are In Germany and he
is
tires nere aione.
CUB OF MN
ILL BE STUDIED
i
iMONMOUTH, Sept. S A dem
onstration of brine-curing and
smoking mutton will be held Sat
urday, September 10, at the
James Riddell farm north of Mon
mouth, as an aid to sheep men in
disposing of their mutton; also
as! a means of providing cheap
meat for relief purposes.
The state college extension
service Is sponsoring this and sub
sequent demonstrations of tne
same sort, thronrhont th tt
HJ A. Lindgren.U!vestock special-
ut rrom Oregon State will be as
sisted by J. R. Beck, Polk county
agent.
A- practical method of home
butcherinc of mutton, also vreo-
aratlon m.nA treatment nf t mmt
for the curinr nrocesses. will bo
demonstrated; Sheep men and
homo makers interested in either
selling or preserving for horn use
are invuea to attend this meeting
beginning at 9 a. m. September
10.
AT OOM3ITJNITY MEET
ROBERTS, Sept t The folks
going from. Roberts community to
Champoeg to join the big celebra
tion of the club of Federations
were: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rice. Mr.
and Mrs. Gorden Bowman and
children, Lloyd Gorden, Jr., and
Marjory, Perry Brown, Mr. and
Mrs. Lott and son Francis; Mar
ion Sborey, Mrs. Woodard, Mr.
and Mrs. H. B. Carpenter, N. Car
penter and D. Carpenter. Mr. and
Mrs. G. F. Jungwlrth returned
from a very successful trip to
Snow Peak, where they hiked aft
er huckleberries.
Now is the Time for Men to Buy
Shoes at Greatly Reduced
Prices
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formerly sold at $8 now go at
formerly sold at $9 now go at
All Other Shoes From $5 to $6 Go
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