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The OREGON STATESMAN Salem, rOresfotu Friday Mornlnj?. October 14y 1932-
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Apply today, 48 Center Street
sU8jssxjsotjafuxftj tif-unj- ' .n r-f
, Salesladies or men with personality,
ability, live wire. Obod opportunity
and pay (or right parties. ISO N. High
FOR SALE Miscellaneous ;
FOR SALE Old papers 10c ban ,
0I fltalesman offtc. J
iaellant Concord Sweet
rrapea Stoddard, 1 mi. on WalUce
tui n n ni itn ririnrrirr' -1-1
Fresh dally. California, Zinflndellj
Oretroa Concord and Sweet Water
grape Juice. Puritan Cider Works;
lTLn-ri.rLn.nru 1" " " " M"w
Apples 25c 2315 a Cottage.
Shropshire rams. 1 and yr. old for j plastered, well and spring, small barn I FOR SALE Good alack team ISO niadva Ttnre-Ma Wise If aMb Knt
le cheap. C. F. Heta, AumsvlUe, Ore- J and chicken house. Cheap rent to a re- J sad 1400, past IS years, jrentls and I ?la?TS TTftw.r
Female eollle. Mrs. SL Krebs, Rt. 2.
Piano sale In full swins; " a
m.na Used pianos, $35, ISO, $,",
S11S. Easy payments. 395 a 12th,
near 8. P. depot
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FOR SALE Or trade, water proof I
and dust proof,
id dust proof, 1-wheel trailer. I
2 rear doors, complete, 25 PJKe I
edji. I rear fenders, I rear wue 1
1.M. Bn1 minions. R. 5. Br. 1S2. i
i.nnii 11 n 11 - r ' " I
Sampson tractor, In good condition. 1
-Oliver tractor plow, 2 bottom. 14 -Inch,
1 wood saw, 1 leeo cnoppeiv . ,
3 -piece tapestry living- room set, 115.
Call alter 6 p. m., i
-7 . i 1
Fins quality English walnuts, i-c 1
pouna csji 1
rVclanVsand other household
articles, 1020 State bt. 1
Fairview kennels bird dogs for-rent
or sale. A. H. Fish, 421 S. 12th.
Or trade, fresh cow, ior a. . 1
ens. hay, rron. neuers. r .
S. box : 1
FAEMERS: BUT your flrs insur-
?c.,"i.l"-.r,r.N ;.i in rates, and
JoLEY; AiTs.. Ladd ft Bush Bank
JUi.i-l.-ini ii m Klmmmmm0mm
ATilad. of rifles pirtota rtotaun
Id roidud Jewelry. CondlUoo no ob-
IS N. Commercial-juvi-ii.i"iii-inriii-
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! 1 WAWTED Osed ptanoa In
shansa en rsdlos, ponographs, ot fur-
Bltur. H. U Btl rlirniture v-omi.uy
WUIPT cash for used furniture
Kodak prints for 5o and up at
HVwl ever Penny' tore.
FOR RENT ROOMS
'mju-L-uux-nrinr -r - .....
Rooms. 6S Court St. Tel. 4605.
ROOM AND BOARD
'JlArLfUVsfMV - m mm m.m. m ssssiSSiSSjSfcSl
1547 Court St. phone 7882.
Koom and board. TeL 4375.
Tfnnm mnl board for 1 or 2 persons
in modern home near state buildings,
Quiet, well heated, excellent meals,
130. BOX 0e OWll.C7Suiu.
Board, nru, steam heat. 1 20 up. TeL
jlt. ----- ju'-nni-ii-wini-ir-i- - -- -- - ...
Xjarfre room, twin ro
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Pattoa apartments downtown. Call
Pattern's book store.
mnmm in modern steam bested apts.
at soeclal low winter rates. Phone
u. - -1.-L- -.---.....
i. ini n.r, rm tis.fis. S9L. N. ConVL
Lovely court bungalow furnished,
fireplace, -hdw. firs., garage, eiec
rsnge, $20. Phone 5154.
Jk"JUV" Sr m sa ssjsssafcSSiSatsssssj
- Lovely apta TeL 8294, 1580 Center.
j Furn. apt close In. 255 IMvlslon.
Clean, reduced fur. and unfur. Ph.
Prescott aptst, S rms.. well-furnish-
d, private baUt, furnace heat, garage,
10. 1084 Oak St,
Ijl.i-i -""""' mmmmmmi
Wed furnished 2-room apartment
'S1 HaseL TeL 7884.
Mmmmt0m0000kmmmmimmmmmmm SSaaSSjS SjS W mm,
; ;Cuts apt, heated, 112. Tel. 824.
5 m ii ltmpmmmm00tmtmmm . mw mm
- Small turn, apt; 890 Union.
8B. furn. apt, steam beat, trigid-
Ure. 1209 Court
' -vT-.r r,t. ml. 84. 88. 88 DOT
ao. Water, lights, fur. 770 & Court,
POLLY AND HER
BPrTvThome. 20. in N. 14th. yrfe 1920 yniOTth 8-1an, 3t Iic liEK BANK BI, ta thi City Of Sa-r-v-JL'-,
a ,k oV'nuC g fasag,! wi "-'Mlom, Marion' County. Won.
POLLY AND HER PALS - ADitknoif r . ,
. I i I rrrr7N i 4 and rM forths) M : ll r - JL'Jg?? 11 V . ----I
no flnjiDcIal responsibility .
for errors which may ap
pear, la advertisements pab
tlsbed In its columns, and
In cases where this paper is
at fault will reprint that
part of an advertisement 'in
which , the '- typographical
The Statesman reserves
the Tight to reject objec
tlonal adTertlslBg. It fur
ther reserves the . right to
classify ell advertising un
der the proper classification.
FOR RKNT APARTMENTS
2 room furn. apt, 255 Onter.
FOR RENT HOUSES
Furn. and unfurn. housea R A.
Forkner. 1810 N. Cottage. Tel. SOIL.
room house. 1348 State St. Stoves
and beds, 1S mo. Inquire 156 Center.
15 rents 5 rms. at 103S N. 22nd, 1
furnace. S lots, chicken house, lota oX IS -
iruit ana nuts.
$20, rata at 20 So a Church, mod
$20, 4 ran. and floored attic, mod-
ern - ' Juason.
m 1 mm. new OlllV, 144 O. i.lli.
17fc South Hlffh Street
FOR RENT 5 acre fruit tract. S
miles south of Salem in Liberty dis-
, trlct, g-ood room house on place.
yiwgiun iKi rif. rnw i
FOR RENT 10 or IS acres of sum- I
mer fallow. Cecil Sanrent. Rt. 3. Box I
4 l. nan nine i rmri utocry,
FOR SALE Real Estate
nana roni-niwuni nomi urrounura I
b b-UHfu shaded rrounda. . fruit. I
Good ttml-moderti Homo mirroundd
nuts, berries, Erape arbor and car
decs. Sis rooms, fireplace, basement.
nuts, herrles. Kraoe arbor and aar-
lot 120x135, garage. Near Junior high
,u tinnn mtH ,rt 1
tciu, ,u uiLi nui . wu uca.. wwu
1C D,.Mi .1.. 00c J
in irir -, -,-.nnnm -.ruvinn - -1.-1
10 acres view property, 8 A. bear-
i'?.f!l,r"J!mt(,n 1 -Jr VT.
rtes just coming Into bearing. This I
paid On 14000 last year.
1 a ... . m d 1 1 .
r c nave a mora uoumc, Kuittc,
pared Btreetf sidewalks, several fruit
We hare a 4 room house, garage.
trees, largo lot, ror only ifoo.os on
S40 acPe atorlc ranch. S room house.
t good barns, 50 acres tillable, running
road, will exchange for
A good SO acre farm, fair Improve- 1
meut running stream, some timber, so I
acre imutt ciuuyuu or vuv IV
McGILXJHRIST a PENNINGTON I
20-is u. & NafU Bank Bids.
WHY RENT?" You can buy a heat t
room cottars, partly furnished, for
nir $oe. Let us show you. -
caoitoi street home, om nouse. large 1
inf cutct ft mtrmt nA nV.vr tothI
and paid. Full prleo only ?117, part 1
term ... - . .
plumbing, tlectric lights, street raved
rWlU ltiAOLCI WU CSIUCUVO, SWV I
ana walks m, two iota tmcm izmi,
! part terms aad purchaser to assume
i balance on paving rot to exceed f 7S.
LEO N. UH1LOJS (JUL, Keaitors j
32 State Street Phone (70S.
all safTrwt wsn uaiucu xvuau. avusu hum-
1 acre on Garden Road, 6 room bun-
I (faiovr, large living room, oak floor,
fireplace, electric .lights, wired forlim Bulck 4 Pass. Coupe 12S.00
mxl Ait 1 mm SffAVa S WmW HflSTflF A I SrTnC
pump.V; brn and saii S
house, 12900. $300 down. ' ;
144 acres. 7 Toom home. V oil xrom
Salem, basement, furnace, bath, elec-
trio lights, chicken tiouse, naosuy in 1 in iodge Coups
fruit and berries. Trad for home lnluji Ford. Cabriolet
!75 StaU Street Phone S79S
EXCHANGE Real Estate
30 aero farm stocked and equipped.
1 ut mmxI ixrhwar. Ktorc consists 01
and paved highway. Stock, consists of
4 cows, a aetiers, muies, zs nogs, n
J"Z SLU Ttttt
BClTIiSKSBivSM a SVWUl V J w-rw mm, w - -
win accept gooo ouiue ia iui
C?ni daaisa, mug
LEO N. CHILDS CO.. Realtors
320 State Street Phone 0708.
I Miera nroDeriT (o irau. iot cutun
. . . a .
2 good 20 acre tracts and a good
12 acre tract. All reasonably priced
with terms as desired. See me about
these places today.
H. C SHIELDS
I Oregon Bldg.
I SUBURBAN HOMES
' Candv oas aero tract, close to city.
I Mvod road, plastered 4 -XL house, large
I barn and hen house, electric lights.
rttv water, bath and toilet, all for
only $1950 8500 down. Why nott
Tou will toe sorry if you don t.
Mew B. house, dandy soil good
location, give terms.
TM. Plr Tou Should Own
muoh. s-ood i-R. bouse, all in
cultivation, good spring, electrio lights.
j joo 6S0 down, This is a bargain. See
J. L. beaks, Keaitor
121 South High Street
2H A. 8 room house, for good house
I In t-Ar
17 A stream, close to aieni,
R. A. FORKNER
! 18t W. Cottage Tel 803L
WANTED REAL ESTATE
I WAVT -RAKfTH FOR CASH. Oold-
f sen. 1522 12th Ave.. San Francisco, Cat
WANTED REAL ESTATE
WANT man." with or without souls-
men t, farm near Balem. Must be bar- I
run. veacno ruuy. i it st eaa
nsrnaratno. tjsnr. -
MONEY TO LOAN
PERSONAL. LOANS -
SiADB en furniture, ear. salaries
wr Dw kwjq muruj. ntyKTtuw
monthly. Wbra tn financial m4 mo
tit nATsn lAHln0 an Imb 1
GENERAL, Hi VESTMENT
First National Bank Bids. Phone till.
'Bells of Harmony
"' Heard over, BTOIN datty
ring out a loan service tfcat
is really, really different.
YOTJ GET THE FTTLX .
. AMOUNT OF LOAN
ONLY LAWFUL. INTEREST
quick and courteous snitviCE J g
on loans tie to sioo
Room 119 New Bllgh Bldr- Ind Floor
LICENSED BT BTATB
111 State St 1 TeL S-T-4-S
personal installhknt .oans I
STATE LOAN COMPANY
tit Oreron Bulldlnc Ind FIior.
nmni i a -ait a c a d m
Telephone 1TSS. . Stats ILeenss. No.
MONET LOANED ON ALTIOS
Contracts Refinanced .'
Arrance to reduce yout paymmts
Tou keep the car
P. A. EIKER
Cor. Liberty SL and Ferrf
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
Old and worthies, horses caU.d for.
Phone 4 SSI..
true, wiui narness fizv. will taios 1
rresa, cow. or reeder pigs, ceoii Bar- 1
not. Rt- a Box tlx. On naif rafte I
FOR SALE WOOD
- vwv m
Cll 8asrle- for dry fir, oalt. ash 1
. .""A l
end tuple. Reasonable prleea. Phoas 1
GUARANTEED CRT wood oal
T.L 1000 Salem Fuel Co. Tmde
Dry wood at Traeya Phooe Sits.
rtv meaVuri: god quailtr and
rnrut mmrrtr I
z t 1
I.AKMSR transfer btoaagc
1 elections sisi
uia ur. in. ft.ov. xei. ibvv.
01a nr. ash and oak. aim niani.T
shavinga Tel. 8933.
r act a am cotrxTT
W01 m,u awuiA 1
TTCTl Tl :
?a oac MpKfc tim 1
warn, ixzvzi. 1
- VrW " t TZZ
i. . . . - r i
c uu uiu. u c-rcw tn Jiuiier oox.
o. xna. xei. v '
LOST Between Episcopal church
nd 345 & winter, glasses la red
pttf. TeL. " -
vzl .. . :
isaies crown ieatner purse
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FOR SALE USED CARS
o t TTi TTocri f d nL'MTga
OPERATED BT VAIXET MOTOR CO
WilMI llll UOU1 VO I dAl JL Oik
Aa -..- ei asrraal
i 192s Buick Standard Coup 140.001
a m ninrK nianns m i juina lzns u h
1DWH S Kv mM T W m WW II WSTK SlSa
uii Cherrt STISIJZ iis.oi
1 1)30. Chevrolet Coach
1 1929 Chevrolet Sedan
I ISIS Chevrolet Roadster
1921 Ford Coupe
1930 Ford Coupe
1939 Ford Sedan
1929 Ford Coupe
S2 "..VJ101 5?Xllre nereDy noiuioa 10 P"
aw Mr wau a. nuui. s m.w v.,vv
tpi rm n innil: . ' . TT. 1
1925 Nash Coach, '31 lie.
" ' " T' . 1
192S Oakland Coach, 'S3 lie.
Jtm or Charlie
Phono 7910 Marion A Liberty Streets
McKay's uVd cars
WITH AN O. K. THAT COUNTS
25 Overland Touring , I 25.00
27 Paige Coach 95.00
28 Durant Coach 32 license -
21 Ford Victoria, 'S3 license
30 Stude Sedan '33 license ,
21 Pivmouth Sedan '32 llcenaa
26 Graham Truck '33 license . 195.08
2t Coach 'S3 license
30 Coach '33 license
3f Coach '33 license
'31 Sedan -'33 -license
'30 Sport Roadster, '32 license.
- wlndwtngs, tog iignt, wire
wheels and other acces-
sortes : .. . - 150.00
TERMS s v TRADES
We pay cash for UU model light
ten 'cars. - r" ' .
xrw AT" CFTICVROLET CO.
338 Center Phons 3189 430 N. ComT.
Svrlncr Has Sketch ' ..
Of Disney Published
SILVERTON. Oct. It An in
terestlng sketch o Walter Disney,
creator ot Mickey Mouse, appear
ed In the November Issue ot the
SMvar Screen. BJchard Sytina ot
SIlTertoaU th writer of the ar
ticle. The parents ana sister ot
Mr. Dinner lira at Portland and
Mr. Syrlng visited them and se
cured the storr ot Disney early
strngfl tor anecesa. Six pie-
tares accompany tho sketch.
AUmSVlUS I. I. A. rUIS Up
... m mmr - a . ,
Large Quantity Food;
AUMSVILLE. Oct IS. Mon
day a group of P. T. A. members
went to "West Stayton bean yard
and nicked IS bags of beam and
In the evening parents and chil
dren met at the schooihoose ana
a hulling bee -was held. Tuesday
group met at the achoolhouse
and canned ISO quarts. They will
I be need in the hot school lunenes
this winter. Previously women had
canned 15ft quarts -of tomatoes
tor school lunches.
Mrs. T. C. Mountain, president
I of the P. T. A- called a meeting
of the executive committee to ap-
Polttt landing committees for
Memhershin. A. A. Nlcolson,
Mrs. Asche, Mrs. Castle. Mrs. Law
rence Roberts, Mm. Georgia Chef
fings; program, Mrs. Stetner and
Mrs. Titus; flnanee. Charles Mar
tin, Mrs. A. B. Bradley, Mrs. jonn
Mix. Mr. Perkins: hospitality.
Mrs. Jennie Wallace. Mrs. A. A.
Nlcolson, Mrs. Landers, Fred Stel-
mm. .mm. W mTmm, m. m. M m tTa f- "t
le RaMom, MUS MabUKutiand-
er, Mr. ana sars. A17 rmvo
drama, pageantry and music, Mies
Jong; serving , Mrs. . jaargaret
...-. ...v.,t. x-
ft vw ...
Bazaar Heads Hanted
Mrs. Mountain also appointed
committees for the bataar to he
- - a kA
neid aooni Ul miaaie 01 otoih-
. , .
W. nendlnr acceptanee: Eats,
1 f .aa. anA Tnlnr. Mrs. Elsie
NOTICE OF REVIEW AND
EQUALIZATION OF AS
The State Tax Commission will
at the Capital in Salem, Oregon,
.v .vi.j r t. rtAVA.
B"i .,j tiiii . I
ii ti I 1 1 n luiiu niijiiua. au wwwwm. I
i " uw;
assessment roll by It made, ana 1
I review the same, and correct all
errors in Taluation, description.
Quantities or Qualities of property
by It assessable and in apportion-1
Iment 01 assessments maae oy u;
,f .u.ii v. fv. nf the I
I""" . I
mA .mnb. tA .nnur
ai tne ume ana piaca apyoimou.
Petitions or applications lor re-
dnction Or ChanKO Of aDSOrtlOn-
I me Ilk VI iiuwuiu owcasmcui
l shall be made in writing, vennea
1 1 . .1. .a . 1. ...u.t 14-
I president. Secretary, managing
agent or attorney In fact, and be
I tiled with the Commission during
1 . . t. 1 i.
I io wra w
1 quirea io 00 iu scosiuu, ,uu
petlUon or appl cation not so
made, verified and filed shall not
be considered or acted noon.
STATE TAX COMMISSION.
1 on 9 n-A-7-1 A
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- TV I VI1 II '111 IIJIUI
Notice Is hereby given that the
I nndersirned. by an order of th
County Court ot Marten County.
I Slate ot uregao, uuij iu huia ,
I entered on the 21st day of Sep-
I, mh.. in ... BnnAit.d nr.
I mmr a 4wves w - s
t rrrmiR of tha estate of CURTIS
isoioolw. BEECHLES and that h halHL-.wS',
I VtT Ant Iff Ait nr1 1 ' All TvOPflnsl
bavin elalm against said esUtelTaL 90i
' esoaossvaw sjsjw bjsv vm yv
imn. nuiT vsirii isvrs sam rBuuirnu u v
I .m-mr mr na AmtM Or Iiai.in X..
I BEECHLER, SOS U.
8. NATL. I
within six months from the data
of this notice, to-wit March 11,
DALB X. BKECHLKB,
EXECUTOR ot the estate ot
CURTIS W. BEECHLER.
KEYES ft PAGE, ATTORNEYS
,FOR EXECUTOR, S-23-30-O-
7-14-21. , ,
NOTICE TO CRTOlTORS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That the undersigned, by an order
ot the County Court of the State
ot Oregon, tor the County of Mar-
ion, amy maae ana onierea on in.
. - . . . . .
Asia UJ ui osyisuiuw, w mm
appointed-Administratrix ot the
estate ot JAS. Q. HELTZEL. de
ceased, and that she has dnly
Qualified as such Administratrix.
AH persons earing claims against
said estate are hereby notified to
prepare the same, dnly yenned, as
required by law, to her at the law
office ot JOHN HELTZEL la Ladd
A Bosh Bank Building, Salem,
Marion county, Oregon, wuuin six
month ot th date ot this noUce.
Dated this 21th dsy ot Septem
CLARA A. HELTZEL,
Administratrix ot tho EsUU ot
Jan. O. Heltsol, deceased.
Attorney tor Estate,
DATE OP FIRST PUBLICATION:
6nt, 20. 1922
DATE OV LAST PLIC ATIONr
ucc zi, i3z. B sv u T-it-swssstaJtoU8sism,
x Gervch Enticing
' v V-
GEItYAIS. Oct; ltv Tha
aye there's nothing fa a
-,.v,,i- , .. ?
Several years age sir.
Hatfield, sv fcfead ol Ber,
, Grafiooav Tlsited ai the GrsH
floua homs here. On return
lag to Near York city ho oae
da noticed. the sunt on a
women shop on a promlav.
ent street, The Gervals
Women's Shop. j
He ' went in and asked
where they got : the name
and was told that the pro
prietor saw the same of m
little town when traveling
along the Pacific coast aomo
two yean before and it had
appealed to her 'as a name
for her shop.-:'
Mr. Hatfield" spent
pleasant half hoar with the
proprietor in reminiscence
of Oregon. r f
Lewis, chairman, Mrs. Pardee,
Mrs. Pomeroy, Mrs. Swanson,
Mrs, Harry Prunt, Mrs. Neva
Bowers. Mrs. BaaL Mrs. Bay Fu
son. Bert Bradley and M. Baker
will pour coffee.
Fish pond. Mrs. Fred Denhem
Mr. Pardee. Howard Jong; decor
ations. Virgin Bradley, Louise
Higahorger, Mrs. Harvey Snyder
and Lenore Snyder; ice cream.
Mr. and Mrs. Titus, Mr. Pomer
oy: dining room, Doris Nlcolson;
serrlnr. Mrs..1 Marraret Martin.
Mrs. Jotk Clark, Mrs. Castle, Mrs.
Boy Porter. Mrs. Bessie ColTln;
dime store. Miss Grace and Miss
Jessie Richards, Mrs. Boyse and
Mrs. Asche: soliciting. Mrs. A. E.
Bradley, Mr, S telnet; second-hand
store. Mrs. Mime Msrtin, Mrs
Fred Nlcols, Mrs. Cornelia George;
novelty booth, Dorothy Asche,
Mrs. Vivian Ensley; country store,
Ch&rlOS Martin. John . Mix. . Mr.
Stelner: hot dogs., Mr. Pardee
Charles Colvln; stunts, Mrs. Eng
land: candy, Mrs. A. E. Bradley
and Mrs. Ed Wallace.
Mrs. Mary Fulkersoa visited the
alKh and grade schools today,
Tho P. T. A. sewing club met
at the school house Tuesday ai
ternoon and plans were mad to
hare all garments ready ror me
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MAC BOSS IMPBOVES
SILVEETON, Oct. IS Mac
Ross, tne young son 01 nr. ana
fr n to m- hs nmdarwont a
L. .MM., w.nHt inA ho
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1 cas oeea cnucaiiy in suice, i ir
ported as now improving rapidly.
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K. u. Barron rntcTer'ej -niarier mu
ikDuwKw - -
Telephone US. & a Korthoesa
OR. O. L. SCOTT, PSC ChfrOpracter.
S m m m. Wi a SSHLS V S W m
T n . a Am t-a a- it mast
fwnereS wreaths, decorations. C W.
BrvixnsTiapis UVriMs B e ww wwm
AH. kinds of floral work. Lots Flor-
I - "
1 tat 1 sr aa, awsitirakO tsi aaii
Otsea rioor C. TeL 811L,
mrmrn a RINDRICM
1 1, H1n
TFTffl NEW 8ALBM LAUNDRT
TFTI3 WICinKR LAUNDRY
282 S. High TeL till
niMTAL mXT LAUNDRY
I Mrs HUH .TUTU1IBB Ui UU
Tetopnon ni Broadway
SharDeaed aad repaired. Also trades.
H. w. Bcott. it a. uobvl et. tin.
I Tm t 1 1 mm from factory to
la I eprias; mattreeo 38-0a Reaovat-
I -? 'Ti'.-it ,rm
New tnattrasa mads to order.
mattress remade t earost cleaning, sta-
Rug r Mattress rsctory. ista
Wilbur. TsL S44L Otto F. Swlcker.
GEO. CL VTILX, puaos. Phoae-
I graphs, sewing machines, sheet arasle,
STARTS P-TS ffilli
GERVAIS, Oct, II. The Par
ent-Teacher association gave a re
ception at the auditorium Monday
night for teacher in the fcign
school district. The following pro
gram war given:
Piano solo, Eileen coioy; group
of vocal solos. Fern Wads worth;
piano solo. Iris Cutsforth; wel
come to the teachers. A. B. Mln-
aker for the association; reply
H; Tnmbleson. pxindlpal; wel
come tor the school board by the
president, J. - "A. Ferschweuer;
from , the churches, Bev. H.- L.
Graflous; from the city council,
Q. T. Wadsworth. Mrs. BerU Bar
ker, president, introduced , the
teachers; Mrs. Barker, Mrs. Mln-
aksr and Mrs. Adklsson, group o?
Tocal trios. 1 : t
A social hour with the serving
of refreshments closed the pleas
ant evening. The association is
starting the year with a member
ship of 40.
Teacher present Monday nignt
were w. a. ibuihihwu.
... w7-ratii. f Thi hlrh
!. iliif th. rradaVoTl and
Tiern Bmu i
Start Work For
New School Year
nif T.is n 1-Mmbers of
uu w, I
narr They slan to Issue the pa-1
monthly talwufcou 1 1 e
. . WAfiSTiiirniWi t. Pd-
5T. r:' rnVnarlar editor is
Tm n.uv. rfn mmnAra of
th taff at'tha MMent time are:
stAii Mfrtl shiTeiT.
Pauline Hughes. Leland LeFors,
James Allgood, Howard Camp-
bell, Alice Hereth, Katherine Le-
li a. M s?wm 3 m siKnaV ILf W-Sl
Buth j. Turner will act as fac-
Sean for tae 5
41. atndent hodr nresldent: Ad-
dalore Frack, rice president; Ka-
therlne Leltch, secretary; Lol
Walton, treasurer; Leland LeFors
urrMnt.iUrmi! wniard Petre
and Eldon Keyes, yell leaders,
wmi.n xnmr- ... -hn.An ath
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1 ieuc raicijcr. oj mo
Piano Instruction SSe. One free les
son. Iurrtl Cree, 1771 Front gfc
, - MEDICINE
Dr. Chan Labi Chinese Medldns Co.
Hours Tues, and Sat t to i p. m. 141
PLUMBING and HEATING
PL4JMBTNQ and general repair
work. Oraber Bros, tOS 80. Liberty
FOR STATION ER Y. earda. BasraO-
I tsZaiVT " uii w. ni 1 1 , p-i.,.
lats. osecroma, books er any kind of
kvt sAJliiisa CaM A u 34Msjsussjsai sj 1 iuv
tit & ConuaeteisX
STOVES and stove repairing. Stove
for sals, rebuilt and repaired. AH
kinds of woven wire fence, fancy and
plain, bop baskets, books, tocan books.
Salem Fsnc and 8tore works, 181
Crmmlrra Tel. 4TT4. R B flmitin.
CAPTTAX, CITY Transfer Co. 138
State St TsL TTTa. DlstrtbuUng. for -
waraias and storage our specialty
Get our rates.
FOR tocal or distant transfer stor-
I age, eaH 8121 Lamer Traosfsr Co.
rrnews to pwrtlsno dally.
Rented. sold and repaired. Easy.
I A. a CL. Maytag. Conton. Meadows
and AstocnatKv 811 aad op.
W. O MANOUM. Ilaaaser
12 K. High TsL 8011!
BECKS A HENDRICKS
111 If. High Tel.
8L M. EARLB
SOCOLOT8KT A SON
804-1 first Nat, Bk, Bids. TeL f
j. r. ULRICH
811 Stats Street -
ROICER Ol TOSTER REALTY CO.
170 State 8t . : " Tel .tela
VT. H. GRABENBCTRST A CO.
184 i. Uberty St
By CLEFF; STCRRt
In 20 Years
. BICKET, Oct. lg. Tho last
. paplls to enter school here are
Edward Barton. John Barton,
,Inea Mlllrr and Hot Miller.
Xnes and Bota are twins. This
Is thOvflrst time twin hare at
tended school here for over ad
' years.' The last twins to attend
- were Carl and Bill Hager, sons
, of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hager.
There are OO paplls enrolled
with the second grade of 11 be
ing; the largest class. Mrs. Min
nie Joeckel is x principal and
Miss Helen Dam beck primary
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gotteaburg and
to the farm
ner lem recenUy occupied by
Mrs. Gottenours'. aunt and fam-
lly Mr. and Mrs. Carl Downey,
The children. Delphi May and
Betty Fay. hare entered the Kell
er school and Mr Gottenbnrg will
have an auction of his personal
stock at their former home near
the A. T. Clin farm next Satur
Alan Wiesner has enrolled as a
student at the Oregon Institute
of Technology in Portland and
started his work there last Mon-
ZZilUr. art Mrs. Albert Be.nec.lk
recently buUt on his father's tarnu
Mr. EU1 Steven and son Ted
were in Heppner and The Dalle.
I last week to rlslt relstlres, and on
1 their return were accompanied by
Mrs. Frank Bsteson of The Dalles
who Is spending a short time here
a i oatom.
Days in Winter
PLEASANT VIEW. Oct 1Z.
Winter Improvements are In otI-
dence throughout the community.
Sereral residents haye been en-
gaged in reroofing their buildings
i aad many are storinr winter vere-
I ..j Tt mmAtttm
" e -
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jarman ot
Summit aad Mr. and Mrs. John
Shilling and son Gene from this
district motored to Molalla recent
ly to surprise Henry Shoups on
his 87th birthday. Mr. Shonps, aa
ancle -of Mr. . Shilling, is able to
drlre his own car despite his ad
Walter Beardsley, while operat
ing" his tractor recently, hurt bis
hsnd quite badly.
SILVERTON PAIR MARRIED
SILVERTON, Oct IS Mente
I Leonard and Era Hansen were
married Friday at Vancouver,
Waslb. It became known here
Tuesday. They -will make their
home at Sllrerton.
Cross - Word Puzzle
By EUGENE SHEFFER
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of the 1 metrically
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IS -pate in - measnre
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Hsrewith Is tho selnUoa to
BIVERVIEW. Oct. 11 Plans
for the harvest f estlral to be held
November IS were completed at
tie lat Thursday Thimble dub
meeting, held with Mrs. Paul
Bartnlk a hostess. . '
As a feature of the festival, a-
cake will be aactloned off. the
committee tto attend to this being
Mrs. Joe Prokop and Mrs. Law
rence Bartnlk. A well-stocked fish
pond will be featured also, but tho
usual miscellaneous booth will bo
omitted from this year's program.
Mrs. Glenn Phllllpi, Mildred Gard
ner and Beatrice Slack will con- ',
duct the pond.
Other committees are:. Quilt. ,
Mrs. Fred Sommer, Mrs. Frank -
DeWall and Mrs. Smith Holt:
drinks, Mrs. Ralph Mac Donald.
Mrs. Scott Hawk aad Mrs. Grace'
Brunkal; food, Mrs. Frank Pro
kop, Mrs. Steve Crenshaw and
Mrs. Jean Kelley; candy, Veloris
Crenshaw. Mable LeLghton aad
Lucille So mm era.
Birch's Magic is '
Seen at Monmouth;
- Horse Disappears
MONMOUTH, Oct. 12. Birch,
tho magician, appeared Tuesday
night in the auditorium of the
Oreron Normal school, pleasing a
laiO nndlence with his novel per
formance. He was assisted by a
yc-Hg woman, announced as a
vctor. artist, who play some very
time xylophone numbers.
Blcrh used maay children from
the audience to aid In presenting
his tricks, chief of which were tho
disappearance of a lire Shetland
pony la tote; and the dissecting'
into quarters of a young woman.
The trend of the times was ap
parent to 'many older members of
the audience In noting the chil
dren's reactions to the magic. Tho
youngsters. In the main, did not
sit with popping eyes and opened.
mouths as children used to on
such occasions 20 years or less
ago, supposedly due to thrills of
the movies and radio.
Party is Held For
Mrs. Lora Piatt
RIVER VIEW, Oct. 13. Mrs.
Lawrence Bartnlk and Mrs. Joe
Ambroses: gave a surprise sand
wich party Saturday night In hon
or of the birthday or their moth
er, Mrs. Lora Piatt. Many sand-
wleh games and contests were en
Joyed. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
Ham Gllkey, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Sommers, Mr. and Mrs. Steve
Crenshaw. Mr. and Mrs. David
Sprague, Mr. and Mrs. Jean Kelly,
and son Maurice, Mr. and Mrs.
Muriel Gllkey, Paul Bartnlk, Earl,
Leonard and Harold Bartnlk,
Thelma and Hene Sprague, Ger
aldlno Redgera, Virginia Turn
Idge, Veloris Crenshaw, Mr. and
Mrs. Hsrry Elmore. Mrs. Joe Am
brosek, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Bartnlk and baby and tho honor
ed one, Mrs. Lora Piatt.
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22 bviklinx fax
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27 invests .
, 40 sharp pains
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