The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 21, 1932, Page 10, Image 10

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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem.' Oreffon, Wednesday Mornlnj?, September 21, 1932
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Ballot Boxes Close Tonight
1 At 6 o'clock Interest
In Event Growing
? The mountain of ballots ?a pil
lar op and when the fount was
made yesterday Miss - Piyiline
Maraach moved Into the lead In
the race for . queen of the state
fair rodeo. - Second place was
held by Mildred Zehner-who had
been, first in-two counts. - Wini
fred Senn was third anaWlvitn
Eiker .fourth.
The ballot boxes close t-..:'.bt
at 8 o'clock. The final count will
be made Thursday and the win
der, will be announced and .re
sented at the Fall Opening cf -.ho
81 am merchants Thursday night.
The winner of first place will be
declared queen and will receir a
new .fall outfit from the ad club.
Winners of second - and third
places will receive the title of
prineess and will each receive a
new. fall dress. - .
Tfce program for' fall opening is
. ein completed. - Zollie Volvirock
has a group Of -entertainers who
WiH appear in song -hits..- They
- are Joan Frigaard, Lyle Heciin
ger, Rita Mae HH1, Cora Egdell,
Helen Latham, Bobby Krechter,
Deb Anderson, with Roy Mack ac
companist. Short acts from the
rodeo will be presented by Curley
Fletcher of "Strawberry Roan"
fame.
Music and Groups are
Invited to Appear 1
. The legion drum corps, the
American Legion junior band,
and the Scotch kiltie band .uve
been invited to furnish mus;: on
the streets during the evening.
The nsual treasure hunt feature
is promised this year again, uch
encourages folk to search ' -..1
the windows.
The" Fall Style Show will follow
in the Elsinore theatre wlk lo
cal stores will show living models
with the newest fall cot...ies.
Following also will be the official
Salem Ad club dance at Crystal
Gardens.
The contestants for queen rind
their rating up to Monday right
were:
Valera Amort 21,200
Gussie Ammann 10,100
E:tty Brant 12,100
Evelyn Boles t 0
Frances Baier 71,200
Mary E. Brennan 11,200
Ad 'a Deckman 11.500
, Florence M. Duval ' 42,400
Flavla A. Downs 30,00
Kathleen Engle 119,100
Helen Engle 11,910
Vivian Eiker 223,100
Mary Ann Heine . 25,300
Catherine Hamlin 10,4 0
Beatrice Hartung 10,100
.F !en H. Hunt ........ 41 LOO
. Alia Johnson 13,700
Esther Keusher 184,300
Dorrl Kemp "V 27,100
, Gladys Knight ; 24.500
Jeanne Lou-Lunsf ord . . . . 22,500
Ruth Morris 10,100
Bessie Maley 13.90C
Grace Maden 15,300
Tauline Marnach 641.J00
Gladys D. Miller 35,e00
Ruth McAuley 15,000
Edna L. McCrow 15,000
Augusta Noturft 204, "0
Ruth Pearce 15,7i
Ella Polk 77 77,400
Hazel Pruitt 32,100
Inez Rowley 15,400
Fern Roan 10,200
Eunice Robertson 10,600
Lena RJggi 31. 30
Juanlta Reynolds 10. GO
Margaret St. Clair 24,300
Winifred Senn 295,500
Mona Mae Smith . 25.000
Lillian Semena 10,u00
Barbara Walker 77 29.7C0
Laurie Walker 10,400
Marjorie Walling 129, 3j0
Lulu Weiderkebr ...... 31.S00
Mildred Zehner 4 too
Josephine Zak 10,100
TTRXER FAMILY HOSTS
TURNER, Sent. 20 Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Bear entertained rel
atlvee Sunday with dinner covers
laid for Mrs. Mary Cammack and
daughters, Laura and Esther and
on Forest, Albert and Paul of
Roaedale, Mr. and Mrs. ChaTles
Glllett and daughter Rosella and
little friend Betty of Portland, Mr.
and Mrs. E. C. Bear and children
Eunice and Billy, Kenneth and
Willard Bear and the hosts, Mr.
and. Mrs. Bear.
WINS RACE
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!? the seamanship ef
(Capt. John Dent, who bow eper
.atea a walnut ranch near Ventura,
jCal, fcaant saffere a bit. Be so
demeitttrated by piloting the 44
feet ketch Fayth, ewaed by wn
Uant Slavens MeXatt, novelist, to
Victory aver the ketch UoDlloa In
race frea Santa Barbara to
nonomlm. The trip retail 14
days It hears and 49 minutes.
Cap. Dens formerly owned the
tyth, gjeh was hattt hi im at
Xewieea, CMa. '
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Above, left, Is Levis A. Johaaom, caarkabng, W. Va whe was elected
national eesamaafer ef the Amertcaa Leaiea at the aanal eeavea
tioa at Portlaad. Be te shews recehring eoncmtwlarlow frM Setlrin
Commander Henry L Stevens Jr. Jnhnesn we elected mm the first
ballet. -
West Salem News
WEST SALEM. SeDt. 20
Mrs. Frank Klase and her bro
ther. Todd Butt of Vinton, Pa.
cousins of Mrs. J. E. Douglas of
Piedmont, avenue, were house
guests at the Douglas home last
wee. The brother and sister had
received word of the illness of a
brother. Clarence Butt of New-
berg, and had started to Oregon,
and the brother died while they
were on the way, so they attend
ed his funeral, and while out
here paid a visit to the Salem
cousins.
A good sized crowd attended
the fine illustrated lecture giv
en at the Ford Memorial church
Saturday night. Rev. Ira E. Gll-
let, who is a missionary from
Portuguese East Africa, home on
ruriough, was the speaker. He
showed moving pictures, slides
and a variety of interesting cu
rios. Attends ririrh Wedding
Lottie McAdams attended the
wedding of her cousin, Miss Max-
ine Nye Ulrich of Salem to
Stearns Cushing, which was sol
emnized at the Leslie M. E.
church on Sunday and the recep
tion at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Ulrich following.
karle Jensen will leave this
week for Oakland, Calif., to
get his mother, Mrs. Anna Jen
sen, who has been visiting there
for a month and bring her back
home with him. Mrs. Jensen has
been the house guest of a daugh
ter at Oakland.
The Cleary-Hillman Packing
company, are working from 12
to-15 hours daily with a crew of
workers numbering about 65 to
complete their prune pack for
this season. The quality of the
pack this year is Unusually fine.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Casebeer
of Salem moved the first of the
week into a residence on 1545
Franklin street. Mrs. Casebeer
is a daughter of Mrs. Garnet
Smith of Edgewater, and has
been a resident of West Salem
before, for a number of years.
Moore and Son Hnnt
F. Marian Moore and his son.
Claude of West Salem, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Emory and two sons
of the Turner road have all gone
to Grant county, on a hunting
trip. They went there last year,
near to the old Moore home
stead at Tamarack Mountain
near Sprague, and enjoyed the
trip so much that they decided
to repeat it. Mr. Moore is 74
years old and still enjoys a hunt
for big game.
Complimenting the birthday
anniversary of her husband, Al.
C. Henningsen, Mrs. Henningsen
will give a dinner party at their
home on Tuesday evening. Sent
20. Fall flowers will be used in
profusion in the living and din
uoo:
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COLUMNS
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S- 1 SlX.TM AND MAIN
MartUeW S. H. tffcwl My.
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ing rooms and covers placed for
the honor guest-host, A. C. Hen
ningsen, his mother, Mrs. Julia
Henningsen and brother How
ard of Salem, Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
Bennlngsea of Jefferson, Miss
Barbara Armstrong, Mr. Shirley,
both of Roberts and the hostess,
Mrs. Henningsen.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Medley of
Florence - are guests for a few
days this weekat the home of
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Richardson
on Gerth avenue.
The window screening that
was ordered for the lower base
ment windows of both school
buildings has been placed and
will be a fine thing to protect the
glass " panes from carelessly
thrown balls. Butler and Quis
tead had the contract, and com
pleted the work just in time for
the beginning of school.
Miss Griffin Back
Mrs. Nannie Griffin and sons.
Raymond and Harvey, who have
been away for a year, last winter
in Bend, in Salem in the spring
and at West Stayton thfs sum
mer, have returned to their
home here on Kingwood avenue.
having moved in last Wednes
day, to be here in readiness for
the beginning of school.
Teachers and officers of the
Sunday school are preparing a
fine program to be presented on
October 2, for Rally Day. At this
time the annual promotions will
be made.
Mrs. Esther Henningsen, who
teaches industrial art and grade
work at the Feeble Minded
school attended the annual teach
er's institute held in Salem last
week for two days.
' Lv. Portland
,9:35 P.M.
NOW IS THE TIME to fake
1 odvontageor"fheeeceedinflfy
hw ROUND-TRIP FARES EAST
SUMAUR EXCURSION
round-trip tickets on sal daily
os follows until Oct. 15 to
Chicago and points west; until
Sept 30 to points east of Chi
cago. Return limit Oct. 31.
j 30-DAY ROUND TRIP
' Ikkels cm tale daily la points ot ef
OOcaao mnd St. lol wntil Oct. 15.
totwr limit net excMdihg Oct. 31. .
' ONE.WAY BARGAIN FARES
; la Coaches and ToarW car only will
i ianHave ooily until Doc. 31. -
: General Passenger Dept -3T
Pittock Block,
' Portland, Ore, -.
THE OVBRLAND ROUTS
PAH I FI G
LIT. MIL QUOTH IS
OFF -TD . COLLEGES
Fall Sees -.Harvest About
fione; Folks .Returning
V Fom Vacations :
8T. PAUL, Sept. 20 Those
leaving for collage at Mount An
gel were Mary Kanfmann. Arlene
Simon and Winnona Jetts.
t Mt. nd lira. Edward Davidson
ad family and Miss Louise Kirk
of Fertand hare returned from
Netarta. - - , - ;;-.. u'r;
.Visitors at the ; Connor , resi
dence are Roland Connor ef Wil
der City. Nevada, 'and -Andrew
Connor of Silver. Pointy Nei a tlat
Creamery Mejt.MBeC-'.,T'
creamery meeting was held
Friday night at the Knights of
Columbus hall.
- The following people have gone
to the mountains : on a hunting
tripr Mr. and Mrs. a H. Coyle,
Air. and Mrs. U. J. Kirk and fam
ily, Lester Ernst, John McKilUpp,
Paul Connor. Norman Ernst, Ben
Goerdl, Peter George MeDonald,
Peter Kirk and Charles Jtnlien.-
Mr. and Mrs. Peter MeDunald
have returned from their ..trip to
Monterey, Calif., where they vis
ited with their son, Arthur. '. -Mr.
and Mrs. Otto Bittler and
daughter,- Rose, Alden Prlniel
and Ben Baalfeld have returned
from Netarta where they si-, it
the weekend.
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SILVERTON, Sept, 24 Elabor
ate plana ar being completed for
the annual autumn carnival at St.
Paul's Catholic church to ho held
at the parish ball on October i.
10 and 11.
' Programs will be given Sunday
evening, Monday and . Tuesday
evenings-1 Mrs. William McNeill
and Mrs. Al DeRyke are in charge
of the program. Musie for danc
ing wUl bo furnished by Mrs.
Frank Powell's orchestra of SU
verton and the Scharbak orches
tra of Mount Angel' and Silver
ton. August Scharback Is direct
ing it. . "
'"A novel-feature of the carnival
Is the Italian dinner to bo served
Monday night, Mrs. Antonia De
Sintls and Mrs. Lulgl DeSantls U
in charge of the arrangements
for this.
Salem Corps Will
? Parade, Silyerton
SILVERTON, Sept. 20 One of
the' biggest featares of the Au
tumn opening to be held at 811
verton Friday and Saturday
nights will bo the appearance of
the victorious Salem Drum corps
hero! Friday night shortly after 7
o'clock. The corps will ho led by
the Sllrerton high' school hand.
Later the legion. will sponsor a
"feed" for the Salem boys.
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Polk County Gets
Donations; Booth
- At Fair Planned
BRUSH COLLEGE, Sept. 14. ,
Donations for the Polk county
booth at the state fair are coming
In generously this week to Tri
anglo ranch. homo of Mrs. A. C ,
Utley. who Is in charge ef the.
display. The applo display, which '
is always considered exceptionally :
good. Is to bo arranged at tie ;
fairgrounds Thursday and Friday.
ADD TO HOUSE .
BRUSH COLLEGE. Sept, 10
An attreetlao addition to 1 the
homo at "Triangle Ranch" Is a
long,'- sunlit '' roam which - wan
built recently on tho west side of
the house and which Is to ho used
by Corydon Blodgett and -Billy"
Utley as a study. - '
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