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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem. Oregon, Friday Blorning. September, 1932
Local News Briefs
' Six a Accident Reported Six
minor automobile accidents were
reported to city police yesterday:
. R. L, Burnett, .8 55. Shipping,, and
H.; M. Michaels, , Rrtsebarg, v at
" Smith "and Capitol; TV. rD Boone;
4 495 S6th 17th; and J. A:. Rem -.
lngtoh. ?18 Chemeketa at State
., AUU ilU,' .AJVk l w . Mve
: arrd P.l-Mr Stewart,.- 915--South
ri lfcth.- at Jutland, road a,nd HJgh-
la,nd;j Mrs. " A. Eyerson, . Salem,
and.' an unidentified i driver, ; at
Court, and Commercial;"" Pruce XT.
i "Willis, 2560 - Cherry. : and King
5 Bartletf, -route three, .at Cherry
i and "Highland; : Claire Keller,
3 route eight,, and . Perry Keyes,
I Stayton, oh. Highland avenue.
Now. Js the .time to renew yoor
V Statesman , subscription, by mail
f only $3 a year during the annual
t bargain period. Offer good for
limited time, not good outside of
Girls ExaminedPhysical exam
ination of sophomore and new
girls f rom'Salem high school n ear
ed completion at the Marion coun
ty (heajth. center,' 201. Masonic
building, yesterday afternoon. Ex
amination of boys4will be started
at 9 '. o'clock thJs.rmorAing and
nrobablv' omnl('tfd 'fcv Mia urn) of
next week-' Football bovs will not F.or -the ;last; six .years classes
be examined unless. they bare not " ,ocvu "trruea i 6iem iw
IV BEIIJ6 TAUGHT
'Great Books', Classes . in
"Art Popular; Seventh .
i. Seen Meteor As another wit-
maam irk tha'nnllWftt st-ht of th
foil In it molwir imh hv n (B neo-
t pie last week, Arlie Be3h, Statee-
; he had seen the phenomenon
about 5:30 in the morning while
' delivering bis papers. He first
v heard the roar as it pafcsed across
" the sky and looked up in time to
'see it before it hit th3 earth. He
stated that as it struck the earth's
atmosphere it broke with a bright
flash, leaving a trail of smoke for
' nearly 10 minutes.
Imiiiunces Younzer Trend of H,
the county health department j Mrs.
cUnics held every Saturday morn
Mng at the main office is toward
preschool children. Dr. Vernon A.
Douglas, county health officer,
said yesterday. This is as wanted,
- since the practice i3 to immunize
children as soon as possible after
they reach the age of six months.
At the earlier ages, they experi
ence les's reaction from the treat
ments. Tomorrow mornings clin
ic will be held from S:30 to 10
The youns person who marks time
for ''something to turn up" will
be waiting Ions after prosperity
returns. Enroll for a course in the
Capital Business College. Many
, will enroll next week.
previously been, at the health de
partment for this purpose.
- Xon-Sapport . is Charged Ar
raigned in Justice cottrt yesterday
On a charge of non-support, Low
ell Shinn pleaded not guilty.
Judge Miller Hayden ordered him
held to the grand Jury and set bail
at $750. Unable to provide the
bail, Shinn was lodged -in the
Larceny is Charged Z. Mc-
Gonegal yesterday pleaded not
guilty in Justice court to a charge
of lraceny by bailee. October 12
sat as the date" for preliminary
hearing, and on District Attorney
John Carson's recommendation.
McGonegal was released on his
The Statesman is truly "today's
paper today."- For rural readers it
is the only Salem newspaper
which reaches them a few hours
after it is printed. It has a 12-
hours' lead with the news. Order
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by mail only, anywhere in Oregon.
J IT TAKES MORE THAN ONE.TRIP TO SfcE EVERYTHINGAT STATE FAIR j SET
been visiting with Mr. Hall's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Hull. 441
North High street, for several
ior high school during the fall and
winter terms by the extension di
vision of Oregon higher education.
as a benefit to those unable for
some, reason or other to attend a
regular college or university. Or
ganization for such classes for
1932-33 has been started this
week. While the registration has
not been quite as heavy as hoped
for, if is satisfactory, according
to Prof. w. G. Beattle, director of
the extension work in Salem.
In a letter to Superintendent
Hug, ProfessOr Beattie stated that
the class of Dr. M. EUwood Smith
of Oregon State, on "Great
Books," was attended by 30 stu
dents' Monday night and that more
would probably register later.
Professor Zane's art classes on
Tuesday night were well filled.
Speech Class Talked
There Is some doubt as to the
continuance of Professor Seattle's
class in "History of American
Education," as only bout halt of
the necessary number of students
were on hand at the first meeting.
They will meet again Tuesday
night and if an enrollment of 20
can be secured the class will be
A demand has been evidenced
for a class in "Good Usage in
Speech and Writing," with several
weeks, left yesterday by automo- applications coming in. If 20 or
bile for Los Angeles.
Fined f 10 Pleading guilty in
municipal court yesterday to a
charge of being intoxicated, Ar
thur Emmett of Salem was fined
810. Judge Mark Pouisen sen
tenced J. B. Newman of San An
tonio, Tex., to five days in Jail for Writing."
more persons in Salem express de
sire for the class it will be or
ganized under the tutelage of
Prof. Alexander Hull of Newberg.
Anyone interested is asked to get
in touch with Superintendent
Hug. Professor Hull is also or
ganizing a class in "Magazine
possession of liquor.
Those big black grapes at Fiala
vinyards, cheaper than ever be
fore, IVt cents per lb., bring box
es. Three miles north in Polk
Jersey Cup Shown Attracting
attention, yesterday at the Marion
county booth in the state fair ag
ricultural building was a display
of six silver cup trophies won by
Marion county Jerseys. Centering
the displays were the ribbons tak
en at the fair on champion coun
ty herds in both Jersey and Hol
stein, and the large silver H. B.
Cribble trophy presented to the
Marlon county Jersey Cattle club.
1932 winners. Albert Liechty of
Macleay.is in charge of the booth.
Two Licenses Given Two mar
riage licenses were issued yester
day at the county elerk's office.
- Henry M. Hagen. 23. route two
Sllverton, a farmer, received a li
cense to marry Lucille Waltman.
18, route two, Silverton. a house
keeper. Wilber Elliott, 18, Sheri
dan, a musician, received a li
cense to wed Elsie Yeo. 21, Sheri
dan, a housekeeper. Judge John
Siegmund married the latter cou-
Less than one cent a day will pay
your year's subscription to The
Statesman by mail during Bargain
Period, now on. Send in your 83
today; limited time to this annual
offer which applies only to mail
subscriptions in Oregon;
Miles Case Goes Up Transcript
of the appeal in the estate of Don
ald W. Miles, deceased, from pro
bate court here to the circuit
court, was filed Thursday. Ladd
gf Bush Trust Co. is appealing
the lower court's decision that the
claim of 8192.43 be thrown out
as, a claim against Donald Miles'
estate. The trust company alleges
this money was due under an
agreement between young Miles
and his father for whom the for
mer loaned money.
Building Prospect Xil Local
officials of the Portland General
Electric company say there is lit
tle prospect of the concern's erect
ing the office building which was
to have been built on the lot on
North Liberty street near the
Nelson building which it purch
ased several years ago. A house,
one of the older dwellings in the
city, which rests on the lot, is now
being torn down.
Case Carried On Transcript in
the appeal of the case of P. H.
D'Arcy against Isaac Kay and oth
ers, on appeal by the defendants
from the Justice court here, was
filed in circuit court today.
D'Arcy won a verdict in the low
er court when he asked that the
tenants of his building on State
street give, up their lease.
Farmers Undecided Farmers
in the Butteville district are as
" yet undecided on whom they will
vote for in the presidential race.
Henry Zorn said when in town
yesterday. He opined the senti
ment there was about 50-50 be
tween Roosevelt and Hoover.
9130O Loan Approved-A 81300.
6. per cent, three-year on farm
property near Dallas was ap
proved yesterday for the estate of
Lillian R. Christofferson. whose
affairs are handled by the trust
department of the United States
Rogers Will In The will of
Thilda Olivia Rogers, deceased.
was admitted to probate here
yesterday and William P. Rog
ers was appointed executor. Per
sonal property valued at 81000
and real property valued at 81500
was left by the deceased.
Police Capture Inmate City
Attendance at Superintendent
Hug's class in school administra
tion and supervision Wednesday
night was rathor low, due in part
at least to the school holiday and
the teachers and students attend
ing the state fair..
No Admission Requirements
The regular registration fee is
88 per term, irrespective of the
number of courses taken, if paid
before October 22 in the fall term
and January 28 in the winter
term. A delinquent charge of 81
is added when payment is delayed
past these dates.
There are no forma admission
requirements other than for those
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The first meeting of the school
year far the, senior class at; the
high schooLs held at noon yes- ' '
terday in the aadjtorium. for .the
purpose of nominating class" and
ttadeat body officers". Advisors are
Miss jMarJerle Chritnson. Shan
non Hogne and Walter .Bowman.
Nominations, are. as ..follows:
For president, Peery Buren." Lee
Weisser, Howard Cole and Ellis
Harris; vice-president, Edna Sav
age and Rath-Johnson; secretary,
Julia Johnson and Grace peters:
student council members. Jack
Bush. Evelyn Haag. Boh Pickens. '
Melvin Engle. Jack Price, Marion
Minthorn and Lawrence Morley;
treasurer, John Kelley. Jane Fish-
er and Archie MacDonald.
Interclass rivalry manager.
Harry Mother, Qlenn Kantook.
Harry Moore and Orville Shooey;
class editor, Martha Spragnej ser-
geani-at-arms. uswaia Meney,
Vernon Meredith and Rorer Wick-
lander; song leader. Mabel Lena.
Betty Read. Hattie Frits and
Frances Ellis; yell leader. San
Votes will be polled today and
the results posted on the high
school bulletin board.
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VASS SERVICES TO
Josephine H. Vasa died at her
home on South Commercial street.
Wednesday. September 28. Sh
was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
R. H. Lewis.
Mrs. Vass was born in Wool
county. West Virginia in 1859.
moving to Kansas in 1872 wher
she married Mr. Vas. The cou
ple moved to Salem in 1S&9
rhere they hare, resided evi
She was a pas matron of Chad-
wlck chapter of Eastern Star and
a charter member of the Order of
White Shrine of Jerusalem, a
I member of Leslie Methodist
church and several church organ
Surviving is her husband, broth
er, L. H. Lewis of Lyons, Ore.:
sisters, Mrs. Cora N. Beardmore
of Mankata, Kan., Mrs. Eula Lee
i Mann of Concordia. Kan. and Ella
B. Cutler of Dallas; nieces and
police yesterday afternoon cap- worklng toward degrees. However,
tured Mrs. Margaret Gallagher,
62, who on Wednesday escaped
from the Oregon" state hospital.
They found her walking near
Fifth and D streets.
Jobs are Scarce Jobs were
scarce yesterday at the U. S.-Y. M.
C. A. employment office. Two men
were placed as common laborers,
two as woodcutters and one as a
Organize Soccer All men in
terested in the organization of a
soccer league are asked to meet in
Bob Boardman's office at the Y.
M. C. A. tonight at 8:15.
Seven Enrolled Names of sev
en students were added yesterday
to the enrollment list at the sen
ior high school. The total regis
tration has now reached 1418.
the instructor of any given class
may ask for evidence that pre
requisite work has been complet
ed. Classes meet regularly at 7:15
p. m. weekly in the Salem high
school building for a period of two
Courteny Morning Orrsonian.
Queen Mildred and her court are honored guests at each performance of the daily Strawberry Roaa rodeo and Night Stampede at the Ore- nephews.
gon State Fair here this week. Left to right. Princess Pauline, Qu een Mildred, and Princess Augusta. Above at right. Chancellor of Funeral services will be held
Higher Education William Jasper Kerr was a guet of honor at an exhibition of the wonders of television. Below at left, Governor Julius from the chapel of W. T. Riirdon
L. Meier addresses a throng at the television booth, in the automo bile building. Below at right, members of the bull fighters' troupe, left and Son, Saturday, October 1 . at
to right, Senor Carlos Ortega, matador; Senorlta Eva Outlveros, queen of the hull fighters; Senor Hugo Espinoea, matador, and mount-' i:w. wun miermem ai neicresi
ed on horse, Steve Clemento, Mexican knife-thrower.
PLAYS FOR CROWD
Alex Off to
The interviewer looked up ex
pectantly, "And what .college did
you attend, Mr. Volchock?"
'What . college?" the great
shoe-magnet smiled reminlscent
!ly. "The University of Washing-
ffTj H ,A I OccainoctVt, Gossip
CAUSE SAYS ORTEGA
the general closing for Sa-
v a i . !. I . x w I lCt-U UT sat HiC iewi . AX.t.a j
orcuesiraa, euseinuies ana soiouu ton. my son. ana wnen i "ler - ..
have entertained state fair crowds I carried my clothes in a laundry . , ,V1. .
At the residence, 666 South
Summer street, Wednesday, Sep
tember 28, Mrs. Jane Day, aged
87 years. Mother of Mrs. Edith D.
Murphy. Also survived by two
brothers. Steven and Jesse Miller
of Gardena, Cal. ; one sister, Mrs.
J. H. Smith of Gardena, and four
grandchildren, Ella A. Mealman
of Richmond, Cal., Mrs. Echo Har
ris of Portland, W. H. McCartney
of Salem and Mrs. Mabel Wood,
also of Salem. Funeral services
win De neia saiuraay, uctoDer i, i it; M rv
at 1:30 p. m. from the chapel of VV ITITIGTS 111 H'tl
this week but yesterday afternoon bag'
a musical aggregation new to the The aDOve mav be the manner
1932 fair appeared. It was the ln whlch Alex Volchok. Salem
Oregon G. A. R. fife and drum hlgh 9chooi graduate and genial
corDS- past officer of DeMolay for boys.
Three "boys in blue" played a ,,r.. innulsitive renorters
lively rat-ta-tat-tat to the tune of Jn that diBtant future when suc-
ining Deiore iinea Dencnes near ress has smiled uoon him. And
ager and fifer; Henry Hopkins of
Newberg. bass drummer, and Ray
Scott of Beaverton, snare drummer.
Kellogg and Hopkins were
members of the First Wisconsin
cavalary which in 1865 captured
Jefierson Davis, the manager
said. Scott is son of an Ohio Civil
Doctor and Mrs. J. B. Horner
drove from Corvallls yesterday
rTATEHQUSE activities were .the fact that on Wednesday Sec- hQhf.Tf,f,r"F,r PUy Lne" t0
resumed yesterday following retary of State Hal E. Hoss rep- .. .FaIr p, Lane.' " said Dr.
.t- , -l i o. lrMfilil fSnvemnr Jnllna t. 1 .. .
Horner, was ine most popular
high-grade race track of Oregon
prior to the state fair. It was so
named because all sorts of unfair
methods of the turf wer con
demned on pain of expulsion from
"The track covered two miles
of what is now the Albany and
j Corvallis highway, beginning
about three miles north of the lat
ter town. All rough spots of the
track were made smooth so that
The governor was not here, hav
ing left for his Portland home
late Tuesday. And there were few
other officials present they were
at the fair and elsewhere.
resented Governor Julius L. Me
ier on Governor's day. And Hal
made a good talk. This is the first
time Hal has represented the gov
the Salem Mortuary, 545 North
Capitol street. Interment in City
In this city Wednesday, Septem
ber 28, Martin Drechsel, aged 64
years. Survived by one sister, Mrs.
Margaret Stecker of Germany, two
brothers, Karl Drechsel of Spo
kane, Wash., and John Drechsol
of Fergus Falls, Minn.; also a sister-in-law,
Mrs. Lena Drechsel of
this city. Funeral services Monday,
October 3, at 1:30 p. m. from the
chapel of Salem Mortuary, 545
North Capitol street. Interment
Lee Mission cemetery.
Bardette Robinson of Wasco
county and Janet Sooysmith of
Portland took high honors for
boys and girls, respectively, in
the growth and health award in
connection with 4-H club com
petition" at the fair. The win
ners will represent Oregon at Pa
cific International Livestock Ex
position -in Portland October 18.
Second highest honors in each
division went to Rinard Makela
of Columbia county and Betty
McReynolds of Lane county.
Judges were Dr. Vernon A.
Douglas. Marion county health
?-: M?rr?nA n;o, i department; and Dr. Jerald R.
Jane McCready. aged 81 years. n,r.v.tMn. fialom
September 26-October 1
Oregon state fair.
r September 30 Wlllam-,
ette vs. Oregon Normal,
football, night game.
October S Opening
Chamber of Commerce
-: October 8 Final date for
registration for general
Oct. 11-14 State conven
tion of W. C. T. U. at First
Preabyf-rian church. .
October 21-23 Oregon
American association e f
November- 8 Generaw
Survived by sister, Mrs. Henriet
ta WoOlett of Chicago; daugh
ters, Mrs. Lila Allison of Salem,
Mrs. Fanny Powers of Rockwell
City, la.. Mrs. Ella McGrath of
Marion, Ore., Mrs. W. T. Pattin
of Sioux City. Ia., Mrs. F. A.
Ward of Montpeller, N. D.. Mrs.
V. L. Ferzerson of Midland. S.
D.: sons. L. H. McCready of
Hollywood, Cal.; Ernest McCrea
dy of Midland, S. D.. and C. H.
McCready of Ontario, Cal.; 6
grandchildren and 1 great grand
child. Funeral announcements la
ter by Clough-Barrick company.
Church at Ferry.
Eleven counties competed.
Alex left Salem for Seattle
Tuesday by airplane. He decided
only at the last minute to accom
pany Lee Eyerly who was flying
up that day. All the clothes of the
correct young man were neatly
packed In two shiny wardrobe
trunks. Arriving at the airport
with them he was told that such
baggage could not be accommodated.
Accompanying him to bid bon
voyage were several friends,
among them an ingenious maid
who suggested that he could take
some clothes ln a laundry nag
and since she had not given him
a farewell present she would pre
sent him with one.
After a hurried trip to the city
in a rattling good car well
known to Salem high school stu
dents, the bag was purchased. A
trunk was opened and clothes
piled into the bag.
As the contents of the trunk
wererevealed young brother Zol
lie, was heard to roar, "So that
is where my hair tonic went, and
did you leave any or my. ties."
and such rebukes.
Embarrassing, perhaps, but just
one of those things. At last the
take-off was made and it is a true
story that Alex Volchok entered
the' University of Washington
with only a laundry bag full of
But the state bonus commis
sion made known the result of
several executive session of
late. No more loans will be
made by the roromlnsion for
some time, due to economic
conditions and also to the fact
that loans are not being paid
rapidly. This Is the first time
the commission has declared a
recess In Its loaning activities.
One couldn't help but won
der where Rufus C Holman has
been this fair week. He has al
ways represented the governor
In addresses until the past
month. But so far he has not
been seen at the fair. If Hol
man doesn't show up It may be
that the state capital city will
give him a bigger reverse vote
than recorded in the May primaries.
Steers don't fight In the same
fashion as bulls. That is why the
"bull" fights at the state fair
night stampede hare not been
successful demonstrations, the
matador and picador, Carlos Or
tega and Hugh Espinosa, explain
ed to Lions club members at their
noon luncheon yesterday.
"A steer,- said Orteguita. as
Ortega is familiarly known.
charges with its eyes open. Instead
of dosed like a bull. Jumps be
hind the toreador's red flag and
starts chasing him."
Steve Clemento, knife and
hatchet thrower, expressed high
appreciation for the kindness with
which he and his assistant. Senor
lta Eva Ontlveros, and the torea-
rarely a horse fell at high speed, dors have been treated in Salem.
'In 'Fair Play Lane' many of adding that here they bad haa tne
the best race horses of Oregon unusual experience of not receiT-
The outstanding Indebtedness
of the bonus commission to date
When one starts bragging about
the weather there usually is a
change. But has anyone ever seen
a more consistently warm fair
week to date than witnessed this
r P"nnr iIuti nt fin minshinA
were trained, among them "Osceo
la and 'Silvertail,' both of which
were raised in Tampico, an active
rival of Corvallls located 10 miles
"It Is a singular coincidence
that Tampico, which never built
a church, produced some of the
best race horses of Oregon. Con
ing any insults because of their
The toreadors. Clemento aad
the senorita were Introduced by
Curly Fletcher, rodeo manager.
More of the rollicking range
man's music was provided by tbr
Is $24i625.000. The treasury de- e"? Four days or fine sunshine flr a the ,a9t -tateraent .George Tnvr ChiirfU
partment by tomorrow will have n h,ot weather has been a con- Cogfl ot Grande, who owned i UZXiet k, MITCH
paid a half million dollars on this iba.t,1ng fator ln tb .!ucc.ff f the St. Charles hotel' at Portland.
debt, bringing it down to that fig
ure. The interest paid however
proved in excess of the half mil
lion dollars on the , outstanding
the fair, and Max says it will pay
At the residence, 1653- South
Commercial street, Wednesday,
September 28TMrs. Josephine H.
Vass, aged 72 years. Wife .of
Amos Vass; sister of L. H. Lew
is ot Lyons, Mrs. -Eula Mann and
The pressure cooking demon
stration at the Montgomery Ward
& Co. store will continue Friday
and Saturday and Saturday night.
The demonstration 'Is intended to
show to housewives the methods
of pressure cookery for meats,'
canning fruits, etc
" Mr. Streeter who is ln charge j
of. the demonstration, gives prac
tical exhibitions of the uses of the
pressure cooker. '
A. H. Averlll, state Insurance
commissioner, today issued
warning that some of the policies
recently issued ln Lloyd s organ
izatlons In this state do not com
ply with the requirements of the
Oregon insurance laws.
Averlll suggested that purchas
ers of these policies have them
checked to determine if they are
legal.- . - . . . : 'J
f The plan of organisation of
"Lloyds" Institution contemplates
the assumption of a fixed propor-
. Lane Senator Here Senator
H. C. - Wheeler, of Goshen, Lane
couDtv. attended the state fair
Mrs. Cora XT. Beardmore, both of J Thursday. The senator anticipates
Kansas; and Mrs. Ella B. Cutler., strenuous session of the lerlala-
of Dallas. Member of O. - E. 8., I ture next winter, with many I tl0n of tne lability on each policy
O E. S. Past Matrons association I drives -attempted' 'on ' thV state I issued by each of the Individual
and w. 3. j. Funeral services treasury. . I underwriters whose liability
Saturday. October 1, at 1:36- p.m. 1 I several and not joint. If
from the chapel of W. TvRigdont Pleads Guilty E. B. Faulks ("Lloyds" falls and the nnderwrit
and Son. Rev. W. C. Kantner ot-1 pleaded guilty in Justice court yes- I ers are. called upon to pay Its lia-
ficlating under the auspices 1 of I terday to a' charge of operating a hllitles, responsible underwriters
the White Shrine of Jerusalem.! vehicle with Improper! vision, cannot be made to pay the lndebt-
Interment Belcrest - Memorial I Judge Hayden continued the case edness of those who may prove to
park." . ' v . ' jfor sentence until October " - be Irresponsible, Averlll; said. :v
The treasury department is
paying about three and three
fourths million . dollars tomor
row, and will bring the total
Mate Indebtedness to $54,577,-
510. In addition to the bonus
bonds, the state has outstand
ing highway bonds, which now
stand at $27,516,750. The bo
nus commission and the high
way commission are the only
two departments or agencies
which can Issue bonds for state
There has been considerable
discussion over the holding of
the rodeo and fair over Sunday.
Your correspondent was asked
his views on the matter, and
expressed himself negatively.
The show has been advertised
to close Saturday night. And It
should close Saturday night.
Should It be held over another
day. It may be unsuccessful and
surely would detract from the
remaining two days.
the most elaborate hotel In Ore
gon at that time, purchased 'Os
ceola' and Silvertair at an enor
mous price, and then took them
to LaGrande where the two pro
teges of 'Fair Play Lane' outstrip
ped the swiftest steeds' of eastern
FARM FAMILIES MOVE
NORTH SANTIAM, Sept. 29
The E. H. Perkins family are
moving from the Mrs. L. M. James
place where they have lived the
past two years to the A. D. Gard
ner olace at Fox Valley. Mr.
Fifteen Portland men are ap
parently looking for a fine trip to
France and other European
points. But all 15 are doomed to
be disappointed. There are that
Although a definite announce
ment as to.the fair plans for Sun- Weagle and family or Bethel nave
day may now be issued, Max Geh- rented the James place. They will
lar haa been urged both pro and take possession October 1. The
eon. Naturally the rodeo artists George Nevens family are moving i trustee and Sharp claims this ic
The First Christian church of
Turner has filed application in the
courts here to be made trustee of
the $150,000 estate of the late
Cornelia A. Davis.
This was indicated today when
the church filed a complaint in
Intervention in the case of S. M.
Endicott, executor of the estate,
against J. M. Sharp, who is claim
ing the entire est i to as the only
heir at law.
The contest will be made on the
ground that while the testatrix set
up a trust in the will tor ereatiag
and maintain tag- the home for the
needy, she failed to designate a
wish to bold it, but the fair is not from the Brown place.
being presented for them it is a
state institution, and as such it
j should operate as scheduled. We
validates the trust.
many running for mayor, but just TOte Sunday showing.
because George Baker got to go
to Paris is no sign future mayors
will go. Anyhow that Is some list
from which to choose a city off!
There remains but Just one
more week after tomorrow In
which to register for the No
vember elections. New ia the
time for all good men to come
to the aid of their party at
least so goes the saying with
which one tests typewriters and
so forth. But register or check
on your registration prior to
It is interesting to note the
politicians at the fair. Always
Roy Hewitt Is much in evi
dence distributing hi cards. It
seems he la a candidate for the
supreme court bench. And we
have seen James W. Mott cam
paigning in fine fashion. Some
one reported he was seeking a
seat in the national congress.
Grange Day and Farmers' Union
day. It should be a big day. Max
has said he would make the fair
as event for farmers, and today
will tell whether or not he has
succeeded. It is also Albany and
Linn eounty days.
Well, today is another big day
I at the fair. It will be known as
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