The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 16, 1932, Page 2, Image 2

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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon. Friday Morning, September 16. 1S32
BALLOTS III OKI
CONTEST POUTED
- "A : !
Results - Will be Revealed
Night pf Fall Opening,
On September 22
i - .
Tha first count of rotes In the
popularity contest staged by the
Salem Ad club to select a Queen
Of the Rodeo at the state fair was
made Thursday, shoving the tally
up to the night preceding. The
count gives little real index of
standings because many contest
ants are reputed to be holding
back some of their rotes. AU rotes
must be in the ballot boxes by
Wednesday evening. o'clock.
September 21. Then the winner
t1ll be announced during the Fall
. Opening the night of September
22.
i The usual treasure hunt fea
turet will be held. In the down
town store windows that ni:bt
with valuable prices for those dil
Igent in searching for the offer
ings. Another feature of the event
; U the style show which follows at
the Elsinore theatre, where spe
cial arrangements have been
made for the exhibition of the
latest in fall costumes.
First Count Given
In Queen Balloting
The following is the first count
" Mt - ballots in the queen contest.
Further counts will be announced
from day to day:
Valera Amort 10,300
Gnssie Ammann 10,000
i 3?8sle Brant 10,100
. Evelyn Boles 10,000
Frances Baier 10,600
Mary E. Brennan -...10.000
Adela Breckman 10,100
Florence M. Duval 30,100
Flavia A. Downs .'. 13.300
Kathleen Engle 10,900
Helen En?le 10,000
Vivian Eiker 10,100
Ruth Fick - ..10.000
Mary Ann Heine 10.000
Catherine Hamlin' 10.000
Beatrice Hartung 10.000
Helen H. Hunt 10.000
Alta Johnson . 10.000;
Esther Keuscher 10,200
' Dorris Kemp 15.100
Gladys Knight 10.000
Jeanne Lou Lunsford 10,000
Rith Morris ...10,100
Bessie Maley 10,100
Grace Maden 10,100
Paulino Marnach 10.900
Gladys D. Miller 10,000
Ruth McAuley ....10,100
Edna L. McCrow 10,000
Augusta Notdurf 10,100
Ruth Pearce 10.100
- Ella Polk 11,300
Hal Pruitt 10,800
Inaz Rowley 10,100
Fern Roan 10,100
Eunice Robertson 10,100
Lena Rijrgl .. 20,200
Juanita Reynolds 10.000
Margaret St. Clair 10,000
Winifred Senn 36,100
Mona Mae Smith 10,100
Lillian Semena 10.000
Barbara Walker 10,300
Laarle Walker
Marjorle Walling .
Mildred Zehner .
Josephine Zak
Many Stores Are
Cooperating
The Call
Board
f 0y 'OLIVE M. DOAR
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! Tilt; ELSINORE
Today David Manners, Ann
Dvorak In "Crooner."
Saturday Carol Lombard
in "Sinner in the San,"
mid-night preview.
THE (BRAND
Today Bert Wheeler, Rob-
rt Woolsey In "Girl Craiy."
THE HOLLYWOOD
Today Bob Steele in "Law
! of the West."
Of interest to the theatre go
era at the Hollywood tonight and
Saturday is that one of the trail
ers: which shows pictures of Bon
nie; Grey with her horse, "King
Tut" In a spectacular jump. Miss
Grey who doubles for many movie
stars and who has done much su
perior riding the country over,
will be one of the attractions at
the state fair this year.
Ray Stumbo, Hollywood man
ager, is taking this trailer to
Portland today to show before
the; Independent Producers Ex
hibitors association in its sessions
at the Benton hotel. Included in
the trailer are scenes of the pro
posed bull fight to be held at the
state fair this year!
EMS
STATE nr. PUBS
"Boost tha itaU fair, benefit
Salem and Oregon," W. M. Ham
ilton, chalrmaa of the ehamber of
commerce fair committee, urged
Lion and KIwania elub member
at their joint meeting yesterday.
"Officials of thr stata fair have
now suggested we may partici
pate in it. We can boost attend
ance reap the reward in money
pent in Salem and carry out tha
fundamental principal of tha
stata fair.
"Its prime object la to develop
the state's agriculture and Indus
try . . One of its prima alms is
to raise the standard of Oregon
products, to develop a uniform
quality. Every tlma you' get a
chance, boost Oregon made prod
ucts. "The fair promotes better har
mony In tha various districts
through meeting at tha fair.
Greater education is sought
through low admissions and free
entertainment."
"In boosting the fairT Salem
has a tine fair to sell; it's agri
cultural and educational features
surpass other fairs."
Mead to Arrive
In Oregon Soon,
Visit Projects
Dr. Elwood Mead, federal re
clamation commissioner, will ar
rive in Oregon between Septem
ber 28 and 30, where he will
hold a number of conferences,
inspect several irrigation projects,
and discuss future reclamation
plans. This was announced yes
terday . by Charles E. Stricklin,
state engineer. The most Impor
tant conference" will be held in
Portland in connection with the
proposal to obtain loans from
the reconstruction finance corpor
ation with which to build Irriga
tion works. This conference Is
being arranged by Stricklin, and
will be attended by persons Inter
ested in irrigation from all sec
tions of the state.
PIEROID COST
LOWERED IS YEi
Riselihg Better
After Wound by
Bouncing Bullet
""George Bisellng of Oregon City,
victim of ricocheting bullet la
an Independence hopyard Wad
nesday night, was retorted la
good condition and oa the road
to recovery at Salem General hos
pital last night.
He suffered a wonnd above
Mickey Mouse
notes
Plenty of pencil
Plenty of books,
Plenty of teachers
Dirty looks.
the right eye when struck by a
ballet shot by Lily Murphy at a
cigar in her husband's month.
Wetf.T
"'t
f.k'M o : y. . ;
gnats Monday I've got
to tat 1uf about f o'clock; o as
not o be lata at the dear old
school ho use. ! - '
I don't know how I'll get ay by
that time, bat 111 try.
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So that yoa will be able te
start school right every Mickey
Mouse member that comes to the
club meeting Saturday will get
a big school pencil.
i, -Baddy Kane U back; And
that means' heU give us some
real 'stuff tomorrow. PaJithe
word arouad the' nut Is backd '
" M M C
Xook notice and gasp
David Smith is also going to be
on the program, and when he's
on the program --the program Is
a program.
M M. C
Cheer up you'Jl soon have a
Christmas vacation.
M M C
Study hard in school because
If yon set all A's that pats you
ba the Mickey Mouse honor , roll,
and youai get a free pass to a
Mickey Mouse matinee.
M M C
TJnele Churchmoase aays
"Don't be like a match. It yoa
get lit up don't lose your head."
MM C
Wotta time we're going to
have tomorrow. Everything will
be great.
M M C
So Long
ZoIUe.
Checks Received
Upon Statesman
Dollar Policies
Two holders of Statesman dol
lar accident insurance policies re
ceived payment on claims at The
Statesman office yesterday. Stacy
E. Edwards. 148 Union street,
received $39. 64. A draft for
140 was issued to Mrs. Maud
m nnn IBlackwell, Jefferson.
tsoiu were injureu iu huluuiu-
blle accidents recently and pay
ment was made to both a short
time after claims were presented
-27.308
65,800
10.000
Stores cooperating are: Green- worth's. Man Shop, Anderson's
baum's. Fry Drug store. Western Candy shop, Ira Jorgenson, Salem
Auto Supply, Army lc Navy store, Sporting Goods, Alex Jones.
Warner Bros. Theatres, Royal
Court Apta. store, Buster Brown
Shoe store, Safeway store No. 37,
Bishop's, Salem Drug company,
Paramount Shoe company, Pom
eroy & Keene, Hartman Bros.,
Shipley's, Howard Corset shop,
Max O. Buren, Woolpert tc Legg,
Atlas Book store. Commercial
Book store, Salem Hardware com
pany, Acklen Bootery, Gahls
dorf's, Eoff Electric, Inc., Steus
loff market, Weller Hardware
company, Olson's Florist.
Imperial Furniture company,
Adams, Florist, The Fashionette,
Oregon Shoe company, Patton's
Book store. Cliff Parker, Inc..
Central Pharmacy, George C. Will,
Upstoa's Grocery, The Smart shop,
Johnson's, Woolworth's, Portland
. Electric company. Midget market.
Crown Drug store, Portland Gas &
Coke company, Brelthaupt. Flor
ist Carson's Pharmacy, Margar
et's Baby shop, I. W. "Doc" Lew
is, Montgomery Ward & Oo J. C.
Penney company. Miller's, Price
Shoe store, Bake Rite Bakery,
Kafeteria shoe store. Capital Drug
store, Les Neuman'a Outing store,
. The Spa, Elliott's Dry Goods,
Marinello Beauty shop, Thonip-son-Glntsch,
Senator Giftery, Mod
el Beauty shop, O. W. Johnson,
Tumelson's Barber shop. Salem
! Petland. H. L. Stiff Furniture Co
C. S. Hamilton Furniture, Klaasic
Photo shop. Senator Beauty la-
.; Ion. "Miller's Beauty shop. Vibbert
.Todd, Lloyd E. Ramsden,
Despite the fact attendance at
Olinger and Lincoln playgrounds
this summer exceeded that of
past years, the playground board
economized to the extent of now
being able to turn back into
the city general fund 1374.80 of
its appropriations, a report being
prepared for the city council
shows. The 1932 appropriation
was S1060.
The economies were effected
through staggering of the ser
vice of supervisors and through
not purchasing any new play
ground equipment. A portion of
the money went for dredging out
the swimming hole In Mill creek,
Olinger field.
Largest Bingle day's attendance
at Olinger was 600 and at Lin
coln. 300.
C. P. Bishop is president of the
board.
Perry Ashcroft,
Herbert Taylor
Get 15 Days Jail
Theft of a quantity of furn
ishings from a cottage owned by J
Harold Eakin of Salem was ad
mitted by Perry Ashcroft and
Herbert Taylor when they were
haled before Justice of the Peace
Miller Harden yesterday. Each
was sentenced to 15 days In the
county Jail.
They were charged with lar
cenv of mattress, dishes, gas lan
tern, tent, utensils and other
equipment. Complaint was made
by state police, officers.
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Litigation with the owner of the building we now occupy may compell us to take this drastic
action. The circumstances were not of our own choosing and the time in which we must close
out our store is very, very short. ' J
We Offer This Season's Latest
Models in Coats, Dresses and
Millinery a Large Portion of
Which Only Arrived Dur
ing the Past Few Days
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Here Are a Few Examples:
$10 Coats
Kayi Quit Business Price
AS IS CUSTOMARY WE
GAVE OUR FALL ORDERS
IN JULY AND AUGUST.
WE WERE FORCED TO
ACCEPT THIS MERCHAN
DISE ALTHOUGH WE DID
NOT WANT IT. BECAUSE
OF CONDITIONS EX
PLAINED ABOVE, WE
MUST THROW THIS ON
THE OPEN MARKET AT
WHATEVER PRICE IT
WILL BRING.
$15 Coats
Kay's Quit Business Price
$29 Coats
Kay'a Quit Business Price
$49 Coats
Kay's Quit Business Price
ska u r i
$13.05
22.85
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$5.95 Dresses
Kay's Quit Business Price
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107 $9.75 Dresses
Kay's Quit Business Price
109 $16.95 Dresses
Kay's Quit Business Price
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58 $19.75 to $5 Dresses 18.85
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Our Millinery At Terrific Reductions
$2.95 Hats now $1.49 $4.95 Hats now $2.49
$5.95 Hats now $2.85
A Small Deposit Tifl HM Any Garment For the Next 2 Weeks
SALE
STARTS
TODAY
SALE
STARTS
TODAY
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