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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem Oregon, Sunday Morning, October S, 1952
Local News Briefs
PortUndwa Injured Accident
reports filed wlth'the county sher
iff yesterday stated that two Port
land, women vera injured as the
result of a wreck" on the Paclfie
highway - north of there Friday,
Mrs. Elsie L. Dimity, 31, suffered
lr and shoulder bruises. Hurts
of Mrs. Walter McGuire were not
listed. R. C. Baldwin of Portland,
one driver, states that as he nrove
hi machine oft the highway, a
car driven by "Walter T. McGuire
ran , Into it." ' Chester Robertson,
route -five, yesterday, reported col
lision between his machine , and
one operated by- an unidentified
person on the Pacific highway. No
.one was injured, i- - "
Leas than one cent a day will pay
your year's subscription to The
Statesman by mail during Bargain
Period, now on. Send In your 33
today; limited time to this annual
offer which applies, only to mail
subscriptions In Oregon.-. -
Teacher In Wreck Cars driven
by Alva L. Coffey, -430 University
street, and Do vie Hatfield.: 70
Cross street, collided at Chemek
eta and Capitol street! yesterday,
according to reports made to. the
police. -Coffey claims the woman
cut a corner in front of him. His
car was thrown against one curb
ing and her machine smashed
down a stop sign. Miss Hatfield
is home economics teacher at Les
lie junior high school.
Used Kelvlnator electric refriger
ator. For quick sale, S67.50. Eoff
Electric, 347 Court.
McMahaa to Return Judge I.
H. McMahan, who has charge of
department one of circuit court,
is expected to return from, his va
cation on Wednesday. No major
cases await his return to the
courtroom but a siseable grist of
small cases has piled up. In his
-absence. Judge L. G. Lewelling of
department two has handled the
more important affairs of McMa
Household furniture for sale. See
Mr. Gheer, 212 Oregon Bldg.,
10 to Tel. 77g3.
- Coast Road Good The Coast
highway is in good condition ex
cept for 15 miles near the Lane
county line, according to Oregon
State Motor association reports.
That stretch of the road Is passa
ble. Salmon River cutoff is still
In good shape. The highway is
closed east of Cascadia and the
old road to Clear and Fish lakes
eral Electric radios. Eoff Electric,
Banker Here Kirk Reynolds
and Ben Hasen of Portland stop
ped in Salem Saturday returning
from the state meeting of savings
and loan men in Corvallis. They
are interested in getting the Home,
Loan bank to operating in Port
land which Is designed to relieve
the strain on savings and loan as
sociations and make possible some
resumption of building.
The Oregon Statesman annual
Bargain for Mall subscribers.
From Sept. 15 th to Oct. 15th spe
cial offer; One full year 33.00 by
mail only, anywhere in Oregon.
Former Residents Call Mr.
and Mrs. A. W. Jacobs visited in
Salem Saturday from their home
In Yamhill. They formerly lived
In Salem; and come over each Oc
tober to renew their-subscription
to The Statesman whfch has gone
to their home for many years. Mr.
Jacobs is blind, but enjoys having
the newspapers read to him.
See the new line of Big Ben elec
tric alarm clocks. $1.95 and up.
Eoff Electric, Inc., 347 'Court
Plans Being Made Tentative
plans for this year's Armistice day
celebration sponsored by the
American Legion were discussed
at a- committee meeting Friday
'night. The committee will reas
semble early this week to outline
a definite program, it was stated
Now is the time to renew your
mail subscription to The Oregon
Statesman. Annual bargain period
now on till OctobeT the 15th. Only
$3.00 for one full year by mall
anywhere in Oregon.
Clarion Next Week The first
issue of the Salem high school
- Clarion newspaper will come out
next Friday. Francis Barnes Is
the editor this year and Lynn
Martin business manager. Pub
lishing will be done at the plant
of The Statesman Publishing Co
- Hear Juliet Glen, McDowell pro
gram. Grand theatre, Monday
night, Oct. 10, gen. adm. 75c.
' Shed is Razed A large shed at
2260 Turner road burned to the
. ground about 2 o'clock yesterday
t morning. City firemen calied,'al
though the shed was outside the
- city limits, were unable to do any
thing to save the building.
, That Famous Roast Chicken
And baked ham dinner- served
j today, noon and evening- at Ho-
f tel Argo dining room.
The Spa . i'
i 50c roast turkey dinner,
1 Hunt's Cafe, 222 U N. Com'l.
t 25c, 25e and 50c full dinners.
Senator Food Shop- '
Turkey dinner, 4 5&. " T
, Oct. il-14 State conven
tion of W. C T. U. at First
October ,2 1-22 Ore goo
American - association of
November 8 Genera.
Husband Disappears In Iter
suit In circuit court for- a divorce
from her husband. Wesley Wei-
don Treisch. Grace Ethel Trelsch
yesterday filed a motion stat
ing that the man had disappeared
from Marion county and the state
and that summons be given by
publication. In her complaint, she
states that since they were mar
ried ;,! October,; 1927, he has
been indifferent toward her wel
fare,' failed to establish a home
and : caused . her. to ; work as a
domestic , and in canneries. She
seeks return of her maiden name.
Grace E. Pine.
Beacon Dahlia Gardens open to
the public all day Sunday, Oct.
9th and Oct. 16th. .
Alimony Motion Made In
the circuit court case of H. M.
Baxter vs. V. D. Osborne and
stat'a on relation of V. D. Osborn
vs. H. M. Baxter, V. D. -Osborn
yesterday filed a motion asking
cause to be shown why H. - M.
Baxter should not pay her 110
per ..month alimony as '. awarded
in court on July 7,
' Two' Cases Set Two cases
are set for hearing in depart
ment one of circuit court this
week. The first, Allen vs. Barr
Brothers will start at . 9 a.m.
Tuesday and last for one day.
The second, Martin vs. Kist and
others, will start on Thursday.
Grand opening free old time dance
Tuesday at Mellow Mean. 7 piece
War Hawks orchestra.
Two Cases Set Two cases
are set for hearing In department
one of circuit court this week
The first, Allen vs. Barr Broth
ers, will start at 9 a.m. Tuesday
and last for one day. The second,
Martin vs. Kist and others, will
start on Thursday.
Auction of furniture Mon., Oct.
10, 1:30 p. m.. 1021 N. Winter.
Rev. Howe, owner.
Default Decree Given Or
der for default was made in cir
cuit eourt yesterday in the case
of U. S. National bank of Port
land vs. Earl D. and J. D. HIte
Judgment of $400 principal and
100 attorney's fees was grant
ed. The case involved the Craw
ford student loan fund.
Hearing Date Set Novem
ber 10 was set yesterday as date
for hearing on the final account
of the executrix in the estate of
Robert T. Boals, deceased. The
final account filed In probate
showed a balance of $3034.34
Dance Mon. nite Mellow Moon.
Famous Roof -Garden 11 piece or
chestra of San Francisco. '
Oil Money Sought Shell Oil
company yesterday filed suit in
circuit court yesterday against
C. H. Miller in which judgment
of $174.74 for payments on pe
troleum products allegedly pur
chased by the defendant is
Auction furniture Monday, 1026
M Wlnt.r Xta-v T 1 TTnvn
Burnett Denies All George
F. Burnett, defendant in a breach
of promise suit, yesterday filed
in circuit court his answer to
the complaint of Rose Will. He
denies all allegations made by
Bail is Reduced Order was
entered in circuit court yesterday
reducing bail of Lloyd Porter,
who Is charged with issuing a
bad check to $1000. Porter's case
is being investigated by the
Pyrex glass at 50 reduction at
Gahlsdorfs, 325 Court St.
Aurora Girl Caught Carmelita
Fergason, 15, of Aurora, whom
Mrs. Myra L. Shank, Salem police
matron, apprehended here Friday
night, was returned home yester
day. The runaway girl was de
tained here overnight.
Pyrex glass at 50 redaction at
Gahlsdorfs, 325 Court St.
Drink Bay Rnm Drunk on bay
rum, according to police, Prescott
Banton, transient, was arrested
and lodged In city jail yesterday
afternoon. He was picked up on
Front street. 1 .
Speed Case Continued Case of
Albert Gurgurich, route four, who
is charged with, speeding, yester
day was continued until next Sat
urday by Municipal Judge Poul-
Aiker, Van Patten Visit
George K. Aiken and . C. Van
Patten of Ontario stopped in Sa
lem Saturday. They had attended
the irrigation congress at Bend
and were en route to Portland.
Kirishian Replies A. 8. Kir-
Ishlan, plaintiff, -yesterday tiled
a reply in circuit court to answer
made by M. L. McDougal and
others, defendants. -."
At the residence, 725 North
16th street, Friday. October 7.
George H. McGuire, aged 78
years. Beloved husband of Anna
McGuire of Colfax. Wash., father
of. Mrs, Lena Smith of Colfax.
Ida Davis of Steptoe, Wash., Mrs.
tiora squires or Spokane; sons.
Jay of Thornton. Wash.. Leslie
of Colfax, George Jr. of Salami
sisters. Mrs. Clara . Wohlschlegel
Of 'Nowhere;.' Ore' Mrs. Laura D.
Baldwin of Salem; , brothers.
Charles cV of Spokane? Arthur B.
of Spokane, Grant U. of Portland
and Hofer C. of Chesaw." Wash.
Funeral services - Monday, Octo
ber 10, at Colfax, Wash.iitemains
ta be forwarded to Col far by the
Salem Mortuary, 545 North Cap
tol street.' , lift -; .
' In. fhU eftv- SVtfY fV
Mrs. 'Irma' OIleA. ared v 22 rears.
Survived by one brother and on
cniia. m snverton; Funeral , an
nonncements later by the Clough
Barrlck coapany. Church... street
Hours From 2 to 4 o'clock
Including Thursday, at
Salem women are looking for
ward with keen anticipation to the
gas cooking .school sponsored Jy
The Statesman which will be. held
two days this week, Wednesday
and Thursday, at the Capitol the
atre. The hours will be from 2
to 4 in the afternoon. Joining with
The Statesman are the Portland
Gas ft Coke company, which sup
plies gas ranges and gas refriger
ation, and Busieks Market and
Grocery, which will supply and
display foodstuffs for the event,
and other local and national ad
vertisers. - Miss Elisabeth Reger, the in
structor, la well remembered by
women who nave attended former
gas cooking schools. She la gra
cious in manner and clear in pre
sentation of her work. She has had
wide experience both as public
demonstrator and in the art of
Her theme this year will natur
ally be economy: Economy in food
andtfuel; economy in time and ef
fort. She will feature some new
recipes which should prove popu
lar .here. :
Two modern gas ranges will be
installed to facilitate the work,
while the gas refrigerator will not
only preserve the foods but will
prepare by chilling or freezing the
salads and desserts.
Women will appreciate the fact
that the school will bo held In the
Capitol theatre, which is conven
ient and comfortable. They should
bring notebook and pendL All are
invited and there is no admission
Salem chapter, Railroad Em
ployes National pension asso
ciation, will hold its October
meeting Monday night in Glad
Tidings mission, 339 Court
Members of the association are
awaiting 'reports of the second
annual' convention which opens
in Chieago Monday. Delegates
from Oregon are in attendance.
The Salem chapter has given its
proxy to T. LeRoy Towers, of
the Eugene chapter, who is now
Deputy Sheriff Barber and Sll-
verton Constable S. A. Pitney, yes
terday afternoon arrested C.
Montgomery on a farm two miles
northeast of Silrerton. Montgom
ery was brought to the county jail
and charged with possession of in
Barber said Montgomery had
52 quarts of beer. 20 gallons of
beer mash and 65 empty beer bot
tles. The man was released from
the county jail last February af
ter serving a six months' term for
possession and sale of liquor.
AH Board Men
All members of the state board
of control are expected to be at
their offices Monday after ab
sences -for nearly a week. Gover
nor Meier telephoned he would be
here tomorrow. Rufus Hoi man,
state treasurer. Is also to be on
hand, his secretary announced.
Hal E. Hoss, secretary ot state.
who attended the irrigation con
gress at Bend last week, will be
on hand Monday morning.
Demnrrer Overruled Circuit
Judge Lewelling yesterday over
ruled the demurrer of Effa L-
Marsters, defendant in the suit
filed by the California-Western
States Life Insurance company.
Settled Outside Stipulation
in the case of Nana Boydston
vs. Albert Barth was filed in cir
cuit court yesterday stating that
the suit had been settled out of
Check Said Fictitious City po
lice yesterday place Herman John-
ion, a transient, in city jail and
booked him for attempting to
pass a fictitous check.
Teacher Visits Miss Ho Merill.
school teacher at Alsea, Is visiting
friends here this weekend.
Pharmacists - will
, compound .your
i prescription with
. it fh if atria tTm Dun
, r.. ..... w ' W I. I I
accuracy as your
doctor - t o olc- to
write it,K :;V'V-
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Tbe Original Yellow -Front
Candy Special Store of Salens
West Salem News
, . WEST.S A1UEM. Oct, . 9 At .the
rirst. meeting of the- Ladles' , Aid
society of the Ford Memorial
church held on Friday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. C. L. Dark,
a nominating committee consist
ing of Mesdames Emmett Dick
, son, Jack T. Gosser and J. R.
Brown .was named to report for a
president, at the next meeting.
Mrs. Emmett Dickson was elected
.vice president, Mrs. J. R. Bedford
was reelected secretary and Mrs.
J. I. Miller for treasurer.
Oct 21 a silver tea will be held
at the home of Mrs. Quy C. New-
gent to which all women interest
ed are invited. This will be a so
cial affair with entertainment and
Committees for each month
were chosen. Those- present were
Mesdames W. D. Phillips, Edward
Brock, J. R. Bedford,' C. H. Crea
sy, Elmer RIerson, William L. La
Due, C. R. Brown, John Evans,
W. D. Dorman. Guy C. Newgent,
J. P. Brown, Jack Gosser,' Emmett
Dickson, Tj. x. Dark, hostess and
Miss Helen Gosser. .
Football Season Opens : '
At the first football game, of the
season,: the score was 24. to w, la
favor of the alnmnl of the school.
The game was held Thursday aft
er school on the homo gridiron at
the rear of the buildings.
Mr. and Mrs. Darrel T. Brad
ford are snaking a week-end vaca
'eople have quit talking about
bard times and their conversa
tions run toward "bright spots"
In the economic
n4rtnr In tti
opinion of L. 8.
comptroller o f
the Gilmore Oil
ivS ?4i$ wo was la Sa-
. i ' 't Urn during the
WW-Xm last week .am-
tTHK farrtof with
!&-&C.s'3:4 local branch or
U.iFa.iJ. ganlbaUon and
1-a.nroc various indepen
I find everywhere that peo
ple are more optimistic, and
when there is such . a general
mental state, business is sure to
become better, opined Parker.
The Gilmore executive Is mak
ing a tour of the entire Paclfie
coast for the purpose of visiting
the 45 branch managers of the
concern and representative inde
pendent service station operators
in various localities.
Up After Fair
past, building actlvi-
up again last week.
permits, over twice
during the previous
issued. Their total
$2833, a gsin of
and repair jobs ac
$2383 of the week's
as many as
I counted for
Brother arjd Sister
Talk of Pioneer Day
ZENA. Oct, 8 Mrs. S. A. Jud-
son of Salem, pioneer of Oregon,
Is making her home with her son-
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
James A. French of Zena. She had
as her guests from Dallas this
week, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. McBee
and son John McBee. Mr. McBee
Is Mrs. Judson's oldest brother.
They enjoyed -reminiscences of
long ago when they resided In Sa
lem. Mrs. Judson will celebrate
her 77th birthday anniversary No
vember 2 and her brother will be
86 years of age just a week later.
MORE SILOS FILLED
WACONDA, Oct. 8 J. W,
Fitts is busy this week ffUgin sf-
: lo at his placs five mlles'south-
east ot Waeonda on the Paclfie
highway. Two middle fingers were
badly cut and bruised two weeks
ago when Mr. Fitts was ' filling
silo here at the A. L. Golllns
H Cauga for Coasalutloa
K1M M4 Bay CaOs
- Dr. B. H. White
Osteopathic ftrsleUa sad Srroa
Piles a n4 External Cam ear Remered
wit a Madiria
Ofrtca: S5S Hotta Capital Strwc
TaUpsoM BOSS SaJasa, Orafta
Rev. D. J. Howe'a
1:30 P. M.
1026 N. Winter
Vaisar Aaveapret, walaut ex.
table and 6 diners, victrela
and records, I fleer tamps, 1
rags 9x12, 1 rag lxri rsckers,
1 waaat ressesv I oak Areas- ,
er, 1 Crealias library taste,
3 4x6 beds eoO snrtngs and
mattresses, 1 1x1 bed seen
pleia, 1 drop ksad sewing ana--shiae
1 ft-day deck, 1 ak
chlfrlaeer,. t magnine tacks,
a lei sf books, , K slcrnQs,
rnrtalns and ether a&laeeHair2
ens artldrs that g Is rnrn
ish a home.
F. N. WOOPRY ;
. Anctiosktec -; ' ;.
tion, to the Oregon beaches .with
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph KnewU and
Lewis Warner, recently here from
Iowa. .The C. L. Cbattertons are
beginning th erection of their
new home on Sixth street.
W. F. M. 8. Meets
Mrs. John Friesen was host
ess Thursday afternoon at her
home to the members of the W. F.
M. 8. of the Nazarene church of
Salem and West Salem. After the
program and business meeting a
social afternoon was enjoyed and
a delightful gift shower was ten
dered to Mrs. A. J. Smith. After
the opening . of- packages, the
hostess served dainty refresh
ments to those present. , .
P. T. A. Opens Work
The first meeting of the Parent-Teachers
association was held
at the community hall Friday
night with President Mrs. Karl P.
Mobley presiding. Lyle Thomas,
principal of the school announced
the program which began with a
group of songs by Mrs. C. L. Dark
aceampatfled by Miss Trula Grant.
Ralph Peterson of Independence
and Monmouth, candidate for rep
resentative from Polk county
v a good short talk after which
Justice George Rossman of the
Oregon supreme court, gave one
of the finest addresses yet pre
sented in West Salem, giving the
origin and progress of law, from
its beginning to the present time.
MILLS BUSIER 1(1
WEEK. BELD'.V 133!
SEATTLE. A total of 322
mills reporting te the West Coast
Lumbermen's association for the
week ending October 1 operated
at 23.6 per eeat of capacity, as
compared to 23.1 per cent of ca
pacity for the previous week and
31.4 per cent for the same week
last yearDuring- the week 205 of
these plants were reported as
down and 117 as operating.
Production by 2i7 mills was
19.725.356 feet or 25 per cent ot
their weekly, capacity. Current
new business of these mills was
25.1 per cent over production and
31.4 per cent of their weekly ca
pacity. Last week production of
these mills equalled 2$. 8 per cent
and sales 37 per cent of their
weekly capacity. Shipments for
the week were 35.4 per cent ever
Inventories, as reported by 144
ills, decreased -16,477.000 feet
from the week ending September
Z4. and are 25.3 per cent leas
than at this time last year.
Unfilled orders decreased 7,-
028.000 feet from the previous
week. New export business receiv
ed during the week was 4,307,000
feet more than the volume report
ed for the previous week. New do
mestic cargo orders were 9.675.'
000 feet under the previous week.
new rail business decreased 591.-
800 feet, while the local trade In
creased 2.311,000 feet from the
previous week's business.
Visitor at Kinewood
Killed by Mad Bull
KINGWOOD. Oct 8 Mrs. Mar-
Un Oleson and her daughter Ed
yth, motored up recently from
their home at Menlo Park. Calif.
After a visit at the home of Mrs.
Oleson's sister, Mrs. Henry Pe
den. the three women went on
to Patricia. Alberta, where they
will visit R. N. Nunnemaker. fa
ther, of Mrs. Oleson and Mrs. Pe-
den and Harry Nunnemaker, their
brother. Harry Nunnemaker's
wife who has visited here was
killed two months ago by an en
raged bull. She left three little
children, the youngest an infant
Mrs. Oleson, Mrs. Peden and Miss
Oleson expect to remain In Can
ada a eouple of months and to
return south by way of British
BABY NAMED REX DALE
JEFFERSON, Oct. 8 Mr. and
Mrs. Rex Cobb are the parents of
a son, bora at the horns of bis
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Cobb,
Tuesday, Oetober 4.- The baby
weighed 8 3-4 pounds.- and has
been named Rex Dale. This Is
their first child.
Whbwt Operation or Lota f Tim
S29 OreCM Bid.
Tuesday Nite, Oct 11 ':
7 Piece Old Time Orches- j
tra and Entertainers j
' Bis; time for everybody t
, Come one Come all
Its Fret - Its. Free
'Invalid Chain j
... . rra n . - . i
CsJl esiO. Cscd Fnrnlti
Ci U i Department
-15 Nsk Bigh' ;
Bhxh Gives two Shows at
By Choir Group K
Birch, well-known magician, la
to give two entertainments on the
Willamette university campus next
Tuesday when he appears there
under auspices or the Philhar
monic ' choir. His - first program
will bo at 3:30 p. m. and his sec
ond at 8 p. m. Reasonable admis
sion rates for students and towns
people are to be charged.
Professor Cameron Marshall.
who secured Birch's dates horn
and knows him well, says the pro
gram Birch gives is of high qual
ity and unusually interesting.
Included in the Birch repertoire
are sBch illusions as the vanish-
lag pony, la which a beautiful
Shetland Is caused to vanish while
suspended la. midair; the chal
lenge packing box escape, in. which
Birch -will attempt to escape- from
a. strong box constructed b a lo
cal lumber company; the beaatlfai
silk mirage,' said to be the finest
silk production act ever devised;
the canary and the Masda lamp,
fa which a live canary la shot Into
a burning light bulb: and slicing
a youag lady into four separate
Work on County
Jobs Total to 111
Beginning of county road relief
work last week raised the total
namber ot men placed by the-U-S.-T.M.C.A.
employment bureau to
111, an increase ot 34 over the
previous week. Of 111 men ap
plying for work, 93 sought road
Of those plaeed. 47 weat on
farms, 36 were common laborers,
33 road workers, three woodcut
ters, one a carpenter and another
Three women were placed.'two
at housekeeping and one at nurs
Climbs to 467
MONMOUTH. Oct. 8 Enroll
ment at the Oregon Normal school
reached a total of 467 today. Jun
ior students number 197, seniors
364, graduate students six. This
totals about 14 per cent below the
registration for last year. Other
entrants are expected throughout
Of the 467 enrolled. 331 are
women; 186 men. Thirty counties
of the state are represented in the
student body. Ten counties are
Croquinole Ringlet End
307 First Nafl Bank Bldg.
Branch of Castle Pioneer Per
manent Wavers, Portland
i ri nfci v i
- Continuing until this stock of high
furnishing th largest number:
Polk.-93. Multnomah. IT. Marion
33. Clackamas 33. Lane 39. Una
39.' Washington J I. r Yamhill I a.
Columbia .11 and Benton. IS. Tea
out-or-state student are enrolled-
P. T. I. if
a Program for' the Salem high
school Parent-Teacher-StBjdent as
sociation, which meets at the
senior high school assembly. Oc
tober 13. at 8 p.m.. follows: '
Music, Salem high school band.
A birds-eye view ot Salem high
school given in five minute talks
by: Frsik Neer, representing ths
school board; George Hug, su
perintendent of .schools: Raloh
Tavenner, secondary supervisor:
Fred Wolf, principal ot high
Vocal solo by. Mrs. Harry J
Harms. Talks by Bob Reed, stu
dent Body president: Miss Atta
KIrschner, high school Ubrariaa;
Miss Mabel Robertson, dean ot
A reception for the S. H. S.
teachers will be held following;
the program. Rev, Swift giving
the welcome address. Miss Mary
Eyre, president of Salem Teach
ers association will respond.
Dr. Elam J. Anderson, presi
dent of Linfield college. McMlnn
viUe. will speak Monday noon
at the chamber of commerce
luncheon, taking as his theme.
"Shanghai Under Fire." Dr. An
dersoa has recently completed 14
years ot service In Shanghai and
was there when the Japanese
bombarded the city.
Programs for the next month
are: October 17, arguments In
favor of consolidating the state
higher educational institutions;
October 34, evening meeting
honoring Salem drum corps and
auxiliary trio: October 31. argu
ment opposed to consolidating
colleges; November 7, brief re
view of measures to be voted
on November t.
CHAMBER WILL HEAR
ABOUT CHINESE WAR
SERVICE THAT SATISFIES"
III Center and High
Clocks,' Watches, Silverware, Glassware,
piamondsj etc'is disposed of if-.' : r ,
THIS IS THE STOCK'
"X I, . - . - 1 f t
JEWELERS and OPTICIANS, s: f .
. K n ir
Club Will Meet at
: -Marion Tuesday
. j ..... ... .
' A meeting of the Women's
Breakfast club." which is being or
ganized by women Item bets of ths
local credit association, will be
held Tuesday morning at 7 o'clock
at the Marion hotel, when a fr
port on organisation will bo given
by the committee headed by Mxa..
; All women who are Interested
la the club, the fifth of its kind
to bo formed on the coast, are
urged to attsnd the Tuesday morn
ing meeting. Mrs. Juanita Hald is
temporary chairman. '
Tho MAGIC Dint
. wrUt f enttrUhtmnt
msde mrmiUlU by this sUr-
Not only does this marveJows
tuning control afford row a nrw
enjoyment of all your farortte pro
grams, bat Cfc excifcnieoc. ths
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