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High ' and A lumnz
ii w i i miii i in Hi iic
I UUk I UII1II II. IU
Weak so far on Attack but
Makes Good Threat in
Closing Minutes -
1 Salem high school's footbal
team, battled the artimnl to a
scoreless tie Friday fcfternoon onj
Ollnger field, reveallnjr the truth;
of. what had been predicted frotnj
the start; that the red and blackj
offenae would not be strong at thej
start of the season.
However, the high school boys
seemed to pick up experience rapj
Idly and in th closing minutes ofj
the game, launched an aerial at-
tack IntersDersed with some finej
Kv Wolnfipr. that
ai u s ea taafaa w - -
took the ball to the alumni 10
yard line, the only real threat
either team made to score. - j
"Weariness of the old gradsj
could hardly have been the ex-
planation - for this late drive
a sains t them, for the alumni team;
was composed mostly of youngj
fellows who aDpeared to be in sur-j
prisingly good shape.
Three bis: reasons for the high!
school's failure to go places ear-i
Her. were Gtese and Adams, star
wlngmen of the 1930 team, who
stopped everything that started;
around the ends; and Sugal, last
year's fullback, who got in 4he
road of most of the plays through
the line. ' J
Sugal, Nicholson s V
Good on Offense ' ,
. Sural also did some neat run
ning, but the offensive laurels for;
the "alumni" vent to Jimmy Ni
cholson, who sooner or later will
be on the high school team again.!
He ran back punts for long gains
and made some good yardage;
from scrimmage though interfef-i
ence for him and for Blaco was
The fourth man in the alumni!
backfield was also outstanding in
his way. He was Curtis, a halfback
on the Salem high team of 1913-
14-15; now rather bald, but still!
active enough, and he stayed in
there most of the game. Reidy;
took his place In the last period.
The high school team left little!
to be desired in the way of de-i
fense, and followers of the high!
school's athletic fortunes were not
disheartened. Weis,ser'a punting!
was an outstanding feature: ha
got off one that carried 60 yards
and rolled 20 yards more.
Brown; head linesman, Pickens.
The first gymnasium class for
business men at the Y. M. C. A.
will be next Monday night at 5:3d
,; and will meet at the same hour
thereafter on Monday, Wednesday
ana Friday, following the new
schedule for 1932-33.
The Black Dragons, mixed
group life saving corps, will meet
Monday at 7 p. m. to organise and
Dr. Barrlck has issued a call
for a meeting Tuesday night of
the Northwest champion volley
ball team. This squad, composed
of from 18 to 20 players, will
practice every Tuesday and Thursi
day In preparation for an attempt
next spring to retain its cham)
Illahee Country club's program
tor Sunday includes a two-ball
mixed - foursome tournament in
which It is expected about 20
couples will compete. The women
will furnish the luncheon and the
men will pay the nominal fees.
Prizes will be awarded to the win
ners. ' j
The tournament will start
about 1 p. -in. and luncheon wl
be served at B o'clock
Forest Grove in
t SILVERTON, Sept. 30-j-Silvet-ton
defeated Forest Grove in the
first football game of the" seasoju
for the locals. The score was 21 to
7 and proved an exciting gainie
throughout, A large number Of
spectators were out to witness tbie
game. This was not a league
game. ;. : . ;
Upon Rook Squad
Claude Walling and Emil John
ton 'of Salem are listed among the
St candidates for the Oregon
SUkte. college Rooks football team
Other candidates known here are
Bud : Wagner slid Woodrow Jos-
lin who were on the Corvallis
high basketball team last wlntef,
Ed Makela; of - the Astoria hoop
. team which 'won the state cham
pionship, Wilbur Kidder, Pendle
ton hooper, and Frank Groves of
JUnlty.. - -
FOB U 10 OPEN
("BEWARE OF BRONCHO, OREGON! X
id rim .-i.V.--
Here are three aces of the Santa Clan football team, victors over
California, at Berkeley last Saturday, IS to 0, who will see plenty of
action in their game with Oregon at Eagene Saturday. Fred Dana Is
Santa, Clara's veteran tackle. Anton Judnich la the-plunging halfback,
while John McGolre is their signal barker. This will be Oregon's first
big gamo of the season. 11 f
Prodigal Joe McCarthy is
Back in Chicago With Two
Game Margin on Old Mates
By ALAN GOULD
CHICAGO, Sept. 30 (AP)
Undar the leadership of the man
who was deposed two years ago
as the Cubs manager, the New
York Yankees rode rampantly in
to Chicago today with their , two
game lead, topheavy favorites to
batter down even the home de
fense of the National league
champions and clinch the 1932
world series, within the three
game limit of engagements here.
The third ga,me in a aeries un
expectedly one-sided, .so far, will
be played at Wrigley field to
morrow. A capacity crowd of
52,000 spectators, including Gov
ernor Franklin D. Roosevelt, is
George Pipgras. veteran right
hander, is slated to pitch for
the Yankees while Charley Root,
fast ball right-hander of tta
Cubs will be asked to check the
unprecedented winning streak of
the New York club In world
The Cubs were welcomed home
today with a mild demonstration
but assured of solid support for
an uphill battle. An hour later
at 2 p.m., the Yankees were met
by a noisy outburst -with thous
VANCOUVER, Wash.. Sept. 30
(AP) The football teams of
Eugene and Vancouver high
schools fought to a 9 to 6 tie in a
spectacular contest here this aft
ernoon. Vancouver scored in the second
period when Dewey, halfback.
skirted left end for 30 yards to
the .Eugene four, then took the
ball over on three plays.
Eugene came back to even the
count in the third period with a
goal line march that reached its
climax when Gene Mercer, sub
half, went over.
Campbell and Mercer showed
well for Eugene and Dewey and
Rosendahl, for Vancouver.
PASADENA, Cal.. Sept. 30
(AP) Ellsworth Vines, Jr., na
tional singles tennis champion,
COAST FOOTBALL FOLLIES
ands battling for glimpses of
Babe Ruth and! Lou Gehrig. 'Both
clubs decided to forego workouts,
and rest 'for tomorrow's gam.
The Chicago crowds had trou
ble locating the returning prodi
gal, Joseph Vrncent McCarthy, to
give the . Yankee leader a big
cheer. It Is a 1 striking turn In
the fortunes of baseball war
that finds McCarthy back In his
old stamping grounds at the head
of a team that has taken the
first two games without much
of a struggle from the survivors
of the Cub outfit that McCarthy
directed In 1929.
The Yankees; will "bear down"
with all the power and pitching
Bkill they possess to make It a
clean sweep for a record of 12
straight world series triumphs.
The money chests of the mag
nates will suffer appallingly In
a year of some extremities if the
Yankees happen to make it four
straight again. But it would have
no effect : whatever on the play
ers share, drawn only from the
receipts of the) first four games
and Colonel Riippert declared ve
hemently today: "Never mind
about the money we want to
make it tour in a row."
and Miss Verle Lowe of Pasadena
were married !. tonight at the
bride's home ,by the Rev. H. H.
Stranburg, pastor of the Wash
ington Methodist church. Only
intimate friends and relatives at
Vines and his bride will leave
tomorrow for Santa Barbara on a
five month honeymoon In which
Mrs. Vines will accompany the
tennis marvel on a Davis cup team
tour of Australia, New Zealand
and Japan. !
O f Collegians
CHEMAWA, 1 Sept. 30 The
Chemawa Indian school football
team defeated; the Llnfield re
serves at McMlnnville today, 12
to 0, scoring touchdowns In the
first and fourth periods. Church
ill did a big share of the ground
gaining tor the Indians, with
Meachem, Vivette, Smith and
Franklin clearing the way for him
and taking the oval for good ad
vances themselves, occasionally.
The Oregoni Normal reserves
will play at Chemawa next Mon-
1 . i r.
Schissler Thinks This Year
. Offers his Best Chance;
. Squad to Portland . . . .
OREGON. STATE COLLEGE,
Corvallis, Sept. 30 -Paul Schis
sler. Oregon State college head
football coach, loaded his squad of
some 50 football players on to
the head end 'of a special train
leaving here Friday night for
Portland, with the single thought,
"This" is the year to beat Stan
ford," uppermost in mind
Never, in the history of the col
lege, has so much enthusiasm
been shown over a Portland foot
ball game. Officials expect to see
the Orange, rooting section over
flowing when the game is called
at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon In
Multnomah stadium. The students
will take a long section of the spe
cial train behind the players cars
and will be all set to rally when
they unload in Portland.
' The Orangemen - have been
drilling diligently all week on new
plays and defensive formations to
use against Stanford. The squad is
at its peak for the opening con
ference game and will ''shoot the
works." The success of the entire
Orange season depends almost en
tirely upon the showing of the
Orangemen agal&st Stanford.
With Indian Plays
The Oregon State freshman
team has been scrimmaging
against the varsity this week. The
rooks were fully equipped with
Stanford plays and while they
looked particularly Impressive the
first night of practice the varsity
soon fathomed anything they
could show offensively.
A. probable starting Oregon
State lineup is: Keith Davis, left
end; Harry Field, left tackle;
Curly Miller, left guard; Vic Cur-
tin, center; Tom Miles, right
guard; Wayne Ham, right tackle;
Arnold Heikenen, right end; John
Biancone, quarterback; Hal Pan-
gle, left halfback; Hal Moe, cap
tain and right halfback; and
Frank Little, fullback.
Stanford's probable st a r t i n g
first string is: Don Colvin, left
end; Ben Palamountain, left tack
le; Ted Kite, left guard; Mar
Albertson, center; Bill Corbus,
right guard; Ed Lettunich, right
tackle; Jay Todd, right end; Gor
don Campbell, quarterback; Bob
Maentz, left halfback; Ernie Cad
del, right halfback; and Jack Hill-
A 25-man team will represent
the Salem Golf club in match play
against the Eugene Country club
at Eugene Sunday. Many of the
players will motor to Eugene Sat
urday afternoon and see the foot
ball game between the university
and Santa Clara.
Those who are expected to go
include. In the order of their
ranking for this match:
Ercel Kay, Graham Sharkey,
Fred Rltner, Bob Taylor, Dr.
Wood man see, Don H e n d r i e.
Frank Lynch, Fred Anunsen, Paul
Walgreen, Dave Eyre, Don Young,
Russell Bonesteele, Glen Longren,
Curtis. Cross, Guy Smith, Clarke
Walker, Frank Speer, Ted Cham
bers, Chester Cox, Ted Kuhns,
Scott Page, Ralph Kletzlng, Tad
Shelton, Carl Armpriest and .Ar
Salem defeated Eugene here
SQUAD TO EM
Who . does Larry " Wolfe
think be la, Top Warner T
That player not in uniform
trick rivals Pop's first hidden
ball coup the .one In which
the' ball was hidden vnder a
big tackle's Jersey.
But after all the Teachers won
on straight football without any
queer atuff, and there aren't any
alibis. Willamette's backfield
was shot before the game, but
are a part of
Tbe old tackle aneak would
n't work because the Bearcat
linemen were on - their toes
and smacking anything that
looked suspicious. It was all so
rapid it was hard to say. who
was smothering Jt; part of the
time It appeared - to . be biff
Jockisch, bat well apologize
to the other, boys If that Is
wrong. v. -
Anyway it's a relief to have a
looioau game turn out just about
me way we lorecasi it; wun tne
leacners nnisnea attack carry-
ing tne a ay against Willamette's
unaeveiopea one. tnougn nanors
for total yardage, apparently
wre the other way around.
Presence of that namesake of
onrs out there on the dinger
field gridiron with the alumni
team Friday la something of a
reminder that it takes people m
long time to get old. He played
football for Salem high about
10 years ago and np to 17 years
ago, and no doubt with a little
training could do a good joh of
it again, if It were not for eligi
One thing we didn't like to see
on the field was the crowd, but
that's an old story and our preach
ing over a period of five years or
so apparently has done little good.
For the more important games
last year they kept the people off
the sidelines in front of the grand
stand, and probably that small
concession will be repeated when
the paddle crew gets organized for
the new season.
Wouldn't be snrpiised If Mol
lis Huntington, ! watching Jim
my Nicholson and Glen Moody
perform (or tne "alumni,'
wdshed he had them available
Billy Sullivan got some notor
iety this season, after all. Hugh
McElmore, who writes pithy sport
gossip for the United Press, pick
ed Billy as the most versatile play
er In the major leagues this year.
Billy did everything but pitch, for
the White Sox this season.
Howard Maple, whose predic
tions have come out all right to
date despite the possible Ameri
can league prejudice we ascrib
ed to him. aays playing at home
won't help the Cubs , bit, la
view of the mound talent Joe
McCarthy ha to throw against
his old hired hands today ana
rr T f
i o isome BacK
BUFFALO, N. Y., .Sept. SO
(AP) Rocky Kansas, former
lightweight champion of the
world, essayed a comeback here
tonight in a six round bout with
w us jwuremsi
fighter, but Tripp.
iito vi mo in iuuuui iuu ut-
Trippe 151H. Kansas had been
lost the title to Sammy Mandell
BY DE CARLO
Unwritten Rllle iS Obeyed
. . .
AS BOtn Win in Semi
By BILL KING - I
Associated Press Sports Writer
PEABODY, Mass.. Sept. 30.
(AP) f-The unwritten golf rule
that compels Glenna Collet Vare
and Virginia Tan Wie to play the
women's national championship In
the even years, was obeyed today
in" the semi-final matches.
Glenna qualified for her ser
enth final since 1922. and for the
fifth time in a row, by overwhelm
ing Ada MacKenxle of Toronto, a
iormer vjinaaian uuisi, oj ana
. aiier a wreicnea siaru - l
Miss Van Wie kept pace with
ner area, rival cy wiping oui ine I
eariy two-noie lead of Charlotte
Glutting of-Short Hills. N. J.,
jumping . ahead at the turn and
turning ine maicn at m ism
bole with a and 3 victory, after
winning three holes In a row. -
Glenna rand the Chicago rirllvrv nriMn win ahnnt
have met so many times that nel-
tner can remember the exaet num-
ber, the places or the scores,
Tnree of their battles, however,
are in the record book for tney
were fought in the championship
Four years ago Mrs. Vare be-
. t i . c "T. vr . r - , q , a I
u .w i
Los Angeles, both traveled Into
tne final round again, -but VIr-.
glnla bad Improved, losing by but
Their last meeting came in the
of the 1931 semi-finals at Buffalo.
where Mrs. Vare's margin was re
duced to two up. The next day
Glenna yielded her championship 1
to Helen Hicks, of Long island,
who gave this year's tourney the
first of its many upsets, by failing
in the qualifying test.
EUGENE. Ore.. Sent. 30
(AP) Fresh from their two-
touchdown victory over Califor
nia's Bears, the Santa Clara
BroncOS moved into Eugene to-
uay tor tneir gna-iron tussle
J - . A . f . . .1
nere tomorrow afternoon with
the University of Oregon Web-
The Santa Clara team, 35
strong, arrivea in time ror a
lively signal drill before resting
up for the impending battle.
The Santa Clara starting lln
up, with the exception of Jud-
nlch at left half instead of
O'Donnell, will be the same that
openea against uaiirornia, coacn
supper amun saia.
Oregon will be minus Its Cap-
tain. Bill Morgan, at least the
flrst part of the game. Coach
Prink Calllaon announced, be-
cause attending physicians ex-
smack on his Injured right hand
might cripple him permanently.
lAAU jr., wui simrx in nis
PORTLAND. Ore.. Sept. 30
(APJ The football teams of
Stanford university and Oregon
State college moved in on Port-
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I . . r, 1 . . 1 A
lt,l i . .v .
I w. wou
I the elvTe stadltfm here tSnVc-V
Uf UhamDlOnShlD theT Young, and Mrs. Melford ben, Io bearing In the Coun
V . iai "tyWMiaiiip Nelao. Tn. Mmml.tM , fll,a, tr Court Room of the State of
ww L COCiJiig
NEW YORK, Sept. 80 (AP)
ine New Tork athletic com
mission today relieved Jim Lon
dos of Greece, of the heavy
weight wrestling championship
be held in this state and placed
mm on tne Ineligible ust.
ine commission's action was
the result of Londos' alleged re -
rusal to meet ifid "Stranrler"
Lewis of Los Angeles.
The commission ordered Ray
Steele and Jack Sherry to meet
in Madison Square Garden Oct.
10, the winner to face Lewis Oct.
II. The survivor of these two
matches will be recognized in
New York state as champion.
Idaho 6 to 0 on
1 Slippery Field
OLYMPIC STADIUM. Los An-
aelea. Rant. IS .1 API .TTntT.
sltv of California, at Lna Anralaalthe coming year.
onened. tha Paclfle Coast eonfa.!
ence season " here . tonixht . before
a scant 10.000 persons with a
to victory ovr the Vandals
Idaho.' Intermittent rain' fell dnr
ing the first half making the
A light rain fell here tonlxht
before , the game. Less than five
thousand persons were in the
atanAfl . hnt (!f ... Pnnliili.m
graduate ' manager,'"- announced
uat tae scnooi would "collect
15000 rain Insurance.
By $4-0 Score
" INDEPENDENCE. Sept. 30
Independence high school's foot
ball team, light and totally inex
perienced, found -Itself unable to
cope with the well oiled attack of
Albany high this afternoon and
West Salem News-
WEST SALEM, Sept. 30 l
Charles E. Wyant and Gladys E. I
Pry or who - were granted license I
to wed la Marion county - this I
wmv -wnt. tn .A'tnrnnrtr. ' Wl. I
and. were married aiid continued
ion 10 HOoa Kiver lO engage mipnreuu, ar, ana iarm. varies
the apple harvest there.-After the Batt. - '
fruit season Is - over they will j
return here to make their home. I
Mrs. Dolly Robinson. Ed Mc-1
Donald and Miss Bcrnice Robin-1
son, all of Portland were guests I
this week of the B. A. Shoffs. Mrs. I
Robinson is a sister of Mrs. i
Shoff and they all attended the
Oregon State Fair.
Boys of the upper grades that
ere turning out for regular foot-
ball practice include Clarence ome time ago to visit a daart
Baer. Edwin Maerz. Bill Thomas. I ler u Atwater. Calif.. whOwM
naiA, uatn Ch.rw wiu I
son Phillips. Harold Hobble,
Richard Kelso. Gordon - Trlcker.
jack Gosser. George Cooper and
T h ot Hnr it is tiiivUH now
that the, fimt ram will h hid
. iowana Move Here
Mr. and. Mrs. J. A: Jones of
Rockwell City, Iowa, and Mr. and
Mrs, W. G. Jones of Carroll,
Iowa ' have moved into the Lew
iDeranlean home for the winter.
the tenth of October for Glen
Mora Calif, to make his home
there with relatives for the win
Mrs. Lillian Clements of the
Henderson place, who has been
verr 111 havlnr taken a severe
coid while working at the can-
piui wun pneumonia luj I
.I"1.', ... t" , r'l
mree utue cauaren ' annas m
absence of the mother. John
Evans has been suffering with
a case of blood-poisoning in one
of his hands, and is making daily
trips to a doctor for care and
Four Generations Meet
Four generations have been
enlovinr a reunion at the Mrs.
Lester Brannon home this week.
with her mother. Mrs. Green-
wood and grandmother, Mrs.
Fowler visiting her and she
makes the third and her daugh
ter. Miss Sarah Jane Brannon,
the fourth generation.
The W. O. Radkey family have
i moved to Lafayette to make their
home on a 15-acre place they
was defeated 54 to 0 at Albany.
Albany made three touchdowns
in the first period, two In the sec
ond, was held more successfully
and made only one In the third.
then ran wild for three more, In
cluding two scored on 50-yard
runs, in the final quarter. None of
tha nolnta aftr tonehdown were
HOLDS FIRST MEET
INDEPENDENCE. Sent. 30
Tha rt p. T a mnMnr r tha
year was held In the training
tchool llbrarr. Wedneadav after-
noon. An Informal tea aa bald
nrTton tn tha fcnin m !
me. ri.-. .r...
of training told in detail of the
new system being used this year
In the training schools.
Committees were chosen to set
tle a few of the problems con
fronting the P. T. A. this year. A
committee was appointed to view
condition of changing the moving
picture machine which the school
now owns for a more modern type.
Those on the committee were Miss
I cuiuiuus, cuairmaji, jar.
B...1 T.VI . .
Paul Robinson, and Mrs. Elmer
Barnhart. A committee to decide
about prizes for highest attend
ance at P. T. A. meetings was also
appointed. It consisted of. Miss
Leila Howe, chairman. Mlsa Doro-
tn problem was: Mrs. C. G.
Trrln. ehalrman vi6 HM.n M.r.
tin, Mrs. Fern Wheeler and Mrs.
New members were: Mrs. Marie
Ruef, Mrs. Cohrs, Mrs. Felix Wat-
tenberger. Mlsa Helen Martin.
Mrs. Busby, Mrs. William Camp
bell, Mrs. Clara Crowley, Mrs.
Clara Thompson, Mrs. Harry
lKny Mr- Henry Oberson and
Mrs- Joe uoerson.
Club Will Gather;
INDEPENDENCE. Sept. 30
The first meeting of the Metho
dist Booster club was called Wed
nesday for the purpose of elect
ing officers and discussing plana
for the early fall and winter sea
sons. Plans were discussed for,
the annual tall dinner, but noth
ing final was settled upon. It was
decided to sew for relief work for
a assi a a .
uiucers eiectea were: rres.
Mrs- Garfield Byers. vlce-presl-
dent, Mrs, R. A. Sylvester, secre-
otlurT Mrs. -Jesse Hewitt, treasurer.
- 1 Mrs. C O. Irvine. Committees
chosen - for preparations for the
I dinner were: Mn. Pora Rerrr.
I chairman. Mrs. Carey Smiley, Mrs.
I Ed Keuey.
iJallOt lSSUeS Will
Be Talked by Union
BETHEL1 Sept. 10 . An un-
nsuauy fine meeting is in prospect
for the Bethel local of the Farm
ers . Union 'next Monday Bight,
Betty M. Kappaof. state secretary.
Is to be. present and speak on the
Issues of the November election
as they-concern the farmers, also
she . will speak of her recent lec
ture and radio broadcasting tour
bf the eastern central states. Sap
per will be served at the close of
own there. Fb the present. Mr.
Radkey and one son will reside
here wwie tney won near nere.
Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Batt and
familr of Wilder. Idaho, are oar
Ing a. viatt to the home of hla
Child Bnraed Severely "
The little baby daughter et
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hatelton.
Bernice, had the mlBfortane to
fall against -a hot stove Wedaes-
day afternoon and barn the lig&l
hand - and arm very severely. The
family only recently moved IntQ
the Elnfeldt house, eomlng here
Mr- Mollle - Pryor, who left
quite" 111, will soon return, leav
ing her daughter much Improv
ed. Among a number of families
that have been staying In West
Salem while attending the State
Fair are the M. J. Cautchard
family from Feler, Idaho, who
left for their home Thursday
the E. J. Boyce family, of Reno.
Nev., who with ' twin boys and
a baby . have spent a week . her
and the Henry L. Hansons f
Seaside and the D. M Don gals
of Hills bo ro.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
By virtue of mortgage foreclos
ure execution' Issued by Clrcnit
Court of State of Oregon for Mar
lon County in suit: "No. 22744.
benj: franklin savings and
unVrnnUEBV KHAHTB f Tf!.
T. SHAFER and MARIAN SHA
FER. husband and wife; WIL
LIAM EARL SHAFER and EU
GENIA SHAFER. husband acl
.wife: FRANK E SHAFER acd
MARY SHAFER, husband atd
wife; and FRANK E. SHAFER.
as Executor of the Last Will aid
Testament of FRANCIS E.
SHAFER, deceased, defendants."
therein pending, and to me di
rected, I shall, on Saturday, Oc
tober 22. 1932. at ten o'clock la
the forenoon thereof, at west door
of Marlon County Courthouse. Sa
lem, Oregon, sell at public auctior,
for cash, all right, title, interest
and estate had and possessed by
said defendants, and each cf
them, on or since August 28, 1930.
in and to the following-described
real property, to-wlt: -
"Commencing at the North
westerly corner of Lot 2. Block
30, University Addition to tbe
City of Salem, Marion County.
Oregon, thence running Easter
ly on the Southerly boundary o!
State Street in said City of Sa
lem, 60 feet; thence running
Southerly parallel with the
Westerly boundary line of said
Lot 2. to the Northerly boun
dary line of the alley running
Easterly and Westerly through
said block: thence running
Westerly along the Northerly
boundary line of said alley. 0
feet to the Southwesterly corner
of said Lot 2; thence running
Northerly on the Westerly
boundary line of said Lot 2. to
the place of beginning, all situ
ate in said University Addition
to the City of Salem, Marion
O. D. BOWER. Sheriff of
Marion County. Oregon.
NOTICE OF HEARING OF
IN THE COUNTY COURT Or
THE STATE OF OREGON,
FOR THE COUNTY OF MAR
ION IN THE MATTER OF THE ES
JENNIE T. CHAPMAN. Deceased)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That Oda L. Chapman. Executrix
of the Estate of Jennie T. Chap
man. Deceased, has filed with tbe
County Court of the State of Ore
gon, for the County of Marlon, her
final account and report of such
1 5trix. and that the same has"
?r0" UbCiaty of Marion
In the Court House of said Marloi
County, en the 18th day of Oc
tober. 1932. at the hour of. 10:00
o'clock In the forenoon of said
All persons interested in said
Estate are requested to then and
there appear to show cause. If
any, why said- final account
should not be allowed and the Ex
. Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
18th day of September, 1932.
ODA L. CHAPMAN. Executrix of
the Last Will and Testament
and Estate of Jennie T. Chap
W. W. MeKInney
Attorney for the Estate
First Publication of this notice:
8ept. 17. 1922.
Last Publication of this notice:
Oct. 18, 1932. S-17-24-0-1-8-18.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
In the County Court of the State
'of Oregon for the County of
In the Matter of the Estate ef
Helena Liadekan. Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned, as Executrix of the
Estate -oL Helena Llndekan, De-
evaawl Vim 7tfit Via final aAAAnat
ea, ha. ffled henal acuat
I . . . ... .
I ,n the' County Court of the State
of Oregon for Marlon County, and
that Tuesday the fourth day ef
October 1932. at the hour of 10
o'clock A. M. in the forenoon of
said day and the Court Room of
for the hearlnr of eb .aetlona
I thereto and the settlement thera-
Dated and first published Sep-
; a-aa ef a w w mm
Data ef Last Publication October
1 . HELEN WAG EM AN, '
Executrix ef the Estate of Hel-
1 ena Llndekan. Deceased. -
Bruce C" Curry and Braee ' T.
Curry, Attorneys, 808 Union
' Avenue, N Portland, Oregon.
Sept. 1-11-17-2 l-O-l. :