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lie OREGON STATESSlANrSalenu OiegoiC Friday Moraing, October 14, 1932
rte0eal Movement Branded
j As Direct Slap Against
rContlnund from page 1)
age, Mrs. Elizaheth BuckJ public
ity. Mrs. Necla Buck; scientific
temperance instruction, Mrs. O. L.
Tiniand? aocial ' morality. Mrs.
Varraret R- Martin: soldiers and
Bailors, Mrs. J. R. Nickalson: Sun
day schools,' Mrs. Erma Lewis;
? mperance and missions,- Mrs. H.
fianoe. " ' r ' -''.
Friday afternoon's program will
Grayer .Mrs. Etta Whit
Keport of resolution commute.
field Service Work to Keep Ore-
; Ron Dry"
i Mrs. Neci Buck.
; 'jtls Maud M. Aldrich.
t Miss Helen L. Byrnes.
Address Hon. Boyd P. Doty, spe
! elal reoresentatlves of the
the Anti-Saloon league of Ore-
" gon and Washington. - v '
Presentation of guests, from coun
.. ty organizations
formal closing "of "convention.
By OLIVE fil. DOAK
Warner Bros. TShdaor. .
Today Rlcardo Cortes
In 'Th Vanishing; Fron
in -Is Uf race Eedf
Priday Johnny Mack Brown
T. o 4 r Richard Bar
thelmesa in "Alias th. -
Friday Tom" Keen in "Bo-
rond the Rockies'.
Tf o d a j Robert Mont-
gomery in -But the riesa
njh caa1 fx "AM.
era of the Desert".
West . SalemNews
WEST SALKM' OcC 1X- The
first ccfpx of a new periodical,' to
bo kncwn" a 'rTho West .Salem
Paper II t b off th press' this
Salem Division Manager c! SopST town-th. it t th
intra.. ; am lwek.:iw'
UUUiy waa opicu uti, i Keatl wk Mrs. Floyd D Lapp
th clerk of the west palem
school district will tak th school
inana. . v-:... . . --. . ,f ; ' - -
(Continued from page 1) j At relay school election held
th pants, wasnt ttr Thomas i by th student nay wi w
vA ."Hi t uumm to w-1 uarmirau rvriawa wmm tm,vou
tended to Impress yon that Col-1 president of th school and Mary
onel Pelrc had his eagi y bi kia juiibt, tio preaiaenw ..
An laterestlnc and wnusnal ear
Is spendlnr a tew day at th Cap-
r eonld. res." Hamilton tsm 1 Ital To-irist camp this week, whieh
t iia eaiiiKi in -ttooxmoDua-. u
enmmlaslonor . lntrodoced I come1 from New Tork city. Is
you. H waa th man wh conld
with Just' a woto ie
lob away couldn't nrr
for am h
Or if you're out ia the coun
try good evening!
Or if you -read this at noon
M M O
HaTen't you heard that Rupert !
OTtdene purporting to show that I owned by Mr. and Mrs. TV J.-Ho-Pfliree
renresentatlTe took an ln-lutaehlin, and Is fitted up with
terest in sUte politics her. ' He book ihelres so that It has th
said they wer ectlT In mortng appearinc of real trarelllng 11-
to defeat th Grange power bill braryv Th car 1 filled with rol-
and other nubile ownership moaa- nmes but out by th Associated
nn. Their letters stated. Com-1 Pcbltshlnr Houses, and th Mo-
missloner Thomas said, that agl-1 Laughllns business is to tak or
tatlon for nubile ownership in-1 dan tor thee books.
The senior league ana tne uoi
lesre E J worth League of the Ford
Memorial church will hold ft fel
lowship meeting or party ftt the
community hail rnuay Tning.
terferrod with the selling cam-nafrn.
The C. P. S. stock. Is at present
paying no dMdends.
Miss Helen Goaser Is president of
the senior league aad Lyle Thom
as et th older group, aad this
joint meeting la tot th purpose
, NKW TORR. Oct. 1(AP)
n nil din r nermits increased It per
mbI la Bantemher oter August.1
Bradatreet'a resorted today. Th
total reported by til dtles was
S 0,4 27 J II for September com-j
DECATUR Oa-. Oct.. IX (AP):
t orgnmuo ana xor sociaou- i-ifsx UOngregailOn n 0105 pared to tT,l.7 ta August Florida conTicta ' wh
" ' ;.!r?- I ii o-.t-f n.MMMm. land waa in im; dicjw
Hires opeuwu nuyioina NoTembor, mi.
Sunday and Monday
lahUi grad so ax lnrlted. Mem
bers ol -th entertainment com
mittee ar Miss Roberta Peter
son, Lyl Thomas aad Mrs. Roy
Finster. Refreshment eoamiue
members ar th Misses Ruth En-
glehorn, Josphin Tandy aad Vi
PITTSBURGH. Oct. II (AP)
Announcing sledge of th
Th SOth annlTrsary f th United SUte Steel corporation.
Tlrat Consretational ehurch will the Standard Oil company of New
b celebrated In thro special I Jersey. Remlngton-Raad.
!L "-"T" j " nmmmi on Sundar and Monday. 1 InghouM. NaUODU Bll.
colds in and around West Salem.
among the Tlctlma ar Halor
Charles A. Robertson. Dorothy
Johns. Robert Pattiaon and a
number of others.
IuTitatlon ar oat for gut
shower to b held on Saturday
afternoon ' compUmenang Mrs.
Otto Schmld. formerly Miss La
Mire, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George La Mire,
Mrs. B. A. Shoff of th Tourist
An to camp Attended th Colum
bia rlrer branch meeting of the
W. F. M. S. held last week In Eu
gene as a delegate from th or
ganization at Castl Rock, Wa.,
and upon her return ; ah found
her sister. Mnu Dolly Robinson
aad daughter, Berfiice from Port-
I land here to visit her. .. .
.Sunday morning, at 11 o'clock. I burgh plat glasa and other com-
eaped from Jail la Jaeksonrina,
Fla-, wher they wer fcla held,
a wlUesses la th murder trial
f two former prison guaraa
waited her today, tor officers
who will tak them back to what :
they called .s " -hell-hoi oa
earth -; -. .
Th men were captured as they.
attempted t steal an automo-,
bile to coatinae their flight..
iimti Wofford. Xt. who etur
th pastor. Rot. J. R. Simonda, I panics for Increased outputs, E. T.
nvaii th annlTeraarr aer-1 Wair. TM) cnairman oi am um-
aertaaA w.a u ABia viAsai T n n n m i r ia a wj
-Rock of Ages", by Dudley Buck. habUltatlon. said today, -America ha. 11 Jo J fb;
wiU b sung by ft quartet compos- is on its way oui ot wi jan i yr. r-"u . Vl Jy ,Vk
.A Ap ; Mr, warr Harms. Mrs. I tha denreasien." . th JaeksonTtU 10. . to which.
m . 1 & m At- . MMM Vvm
am aaia mu w .
ed of ' Mrs. Harry Harms. Mrs.
M. D. McCalllster. Mr. H.- B. Ola
liyer and R. D. Barton. Mr. GUI
syer will als sing "Th list
An "old time serrice" has been
arranged tor Sunday erenlng. An
interesting featur will b an old
fashioned choir, la coetumes of
former days, singing many ot the
well-loTed gospel hymns. This
choir will be led by- William Me-
W AS KINGTON. Oct. IX (AP)
A contract for I.SSI.1IS.O0O
stamped enrelopes aad newspaper
wraonera at a cost ot in,6Ji.ii
waa awarded today to the Inter
national EaTeloo corporation ok
Nw Tork and Dayton, O by tne
taring north, no destination was
aiToa. A sal of th household
goods of th Howes was net aero
earlier this weea. how naa oeen
castor ot the local church for fire
rears, nrlor to - resigning th
charge late thlsummer.
illecil ray IS
rmclGO. Oct. II (AP)
Gilchrist, Sr.. and will Include I With ft capital if morethan II.-
many who bar sung la th First I OOV.Ot xourteea own wn
rKnM iih tn rnmm .uri. 1 A inaiir new aad reopened
I banka laat week, a report ot Rand-
lal ehureh, whose congregaUon Is I McNaUy and company said. .Th
taint t ttiia imtIm. win tuiit I number is SI nor ceat greater
Rer..W. C. Kantnr will recalU in I than the II J J weekly average and
the sermon, many memories ot by-1 indicated general improTement
minister. He said th man gar
them eight steel saws; telling
them he wanted them to "get out
of that hell hole."
Wofford and Us companion.
Oleo Drew, IT. who is serving X
years for a payroll holdup, said
that after sawing ' out ot meir
cell they sawed through th outer
walls, climbed to an attic and
dropped to th groana oa ropes
mad-from bed clothing. -
Both men displayed scars on
legs and bodies which they said
were caused by beatings at the
hands of guards, and chains
aronnd their leg' ' while they
worked. In stamps.
CHICAGO. Oct. IX (APH
l- STAYT O N, Oct. II Mrs.
Maude Rodgers, Enterprise, and
president ol tne Keoeaan wom- the schools
bfy. paid her official tisit to Eva M M C
Rtbekah ' lodge here Tuesday N(w thAt the pet paraie Is
nigtt- There was a fine attend- OTer tB4it vas a real success)
ance members coming irom sa--i jet.8 beelll thinking of Mickey's
(in real life) has been elected eMmmm4mn A ., Trpasnnr Ogden
yell leader of Salem high school. . tonight opened the republi
c's ono of our most active mem- drive for Chicago's million
Just watch him put pep into
and a half votes with a speech
iirin Franklin D. Roosevelt
had "malntalaed eomplet silence
regarding what methods he would
use to cure tne aepresaion.
Mills' speech was delivered In
m rhlcirn eoliBenm. scene oi
ensra is yeih
Baaqnet Plaued Monday
Monday, at l:XI p. m4 will
bring th aniversary banquet.
Special musie. greetings from
friends and from former pastors
DALLAS, Oct. II Spud
Murphy waa arraigned la circuit
court hex today on a possession
ot liquor charge. He) pleaded not! yrieadB ot th church who wish! and Chicago.
guilty and his attorney, Je uel-tto attend may man: reservauoas
gerson ox rorxiana, enierja i mrougn aars. w. jb. imbbb.
throughout the country, the re
CHICAGO. Oct. II (AP)
Movemeat of retail merchandise
h air Increased II per cent duf-
and an address by Rev. Raymond I lag the last two weeks, the United
Walker, D. D. of th First Congre-1 Air Uses reported today. Most
rational efcnreh mt PoHland. will I at tha laereas cam from New
bo th features ot this oveat. I Eagland, th east and Cleveland
Deaths in Auto
Figure for 1931
FonT AW. Corvallis. Gervals, "wiwlU JJtK
bo held on the 29th of this I niy real issue of cam-
Mill Cltv. Gates ana Lyons
i A o'clock potUick dinner was m0nth lust two l weeks from to-1 .. jLn!-I a n, LliL In
enjoyed after which tne- regu.ar morrftW. . ( .- w."-T.Vs Tven out by
Wh. wastlhS said never JjTttrtS
The nascadTareTfor womtmal ot.io l0"?"" eJ?f! L. Jt W."l! 07KH
.t,7- win nndnptR(i I against Murray ir"? M-"1. "
IV a vui j wa
on different plans than last year.
Executive O. P. West aanonnced
yesterelay. The course will be an
advanced one on
gist of IX hours
and will con-
that his room at th hotel had I appoiated th foltewlag commit-
been entered by officers with-1 tees: tickets Mrs. W. E. ttan-
out a warrant. Jadg Walker 1 son. Mrs. v. E. Neer aaa Miss
rare District Attorney Barahart I Eula McCully. Table Mrs. KU-
srday won the cup for the third M9 th word free? Was it Long- " te, osm JJVg rea will not be held only in Salem
time at the district convention, feiiow-no. maybe it was Doak. c?m.Pi;, . 1 i?i as in the past but Instead will be
and thereby gets to keep it. put Anyway 1 wont uga it But every- Pc
on the work. The team manes a
most pleasing appearance, me
women's dresses all being white
silk and Just alike, with a cape,
half, of which is pink, lined with
green, and the other half being
green lined with pink. R. G.
Woods, captain of the team wears
a white suit and slso one of the
c Following the loige work, Mrs.
Rodgers showed moving pictures
she had taken at tne 1. u. u. jr.
home In Portland, and spoke of
Conditions there, llrs. Hallle In
gles, of Corvallis, past president
of the assembly alto make a few
brief remarks. The local lodge
also made thejf donation to the
scholarship loan fund at this
meeting. At a late hour sapper
was served to about 75 members
Knrt- will ret a hi treat riven Ana lno '--"r'. center throughout th are.
to them on the bir birthday In te?.?" " V. ZtZXZ . West and F. Howard Zlnser,
1 over s,vuv muo w -
M M C
As a special attraction tomor
row we. will have Haas the ma
gician on the stage, and what
he can't do. Just wait till yon
see him eat fire, and swallow
things. Oh boy!
M M C
Who stole the show last Sat
urday? You can't prove it by me. I
tnink honors snouia De aiviaea 1 . y e
among rauiine -oe cnamoers, 1 ji jrt I00UC? ll
famine Berry, tieiene iTeaerica
son and Orville Beardsley.
M M C
But wait until you see Alva
Ratfety the drummer do his stuff
M M C
Now that Lincoln School is
having their paper drive, I don't
even get to read the papers in
the house any more my little
rmtiwA to face it: refused to tell
the people what, If any. plans he
has made to fleaiwua 11.
Ha has dlseussed vaguely
what he would like to do after
the depression is over; he has
virert varaelv of th causes of
the depression; but as to how it
is to be overcome, be is complete
Out Here Today
LJoma club members at their
iinrhMD veaterdar nlaaned for
time to prepar affidavits sup-1 tie Graver, Mrs. E. L. Myers aadludies' program to be held la the
nortlnr aeareh of the room as I Miss Prlscilla Fry. Flowers Miss I vonIa temple next Thursday
leraL I Oda Chapman, and Mrs. L. H. Me-1 nirht in olace ot their noon meet
No definite date has been I Mahan. Supper Mrs. E. J. Don-1 tr. Harry W. Scott is chairman
set for th trial, and Murphy I nell and Mrs. B. B. Flack. Moaic 1 in rharra of arrangement. K. k.
is still at liberty under bond. I Miss Edith Hasard, Miss Mary I Boardman told about the Olympic
In th trial of Robert wn-IFako and Mrs. Stephen Stone.
Veiu vu . rr --I7 1 in from th accident two weeks 1 at th anniversary is W. I. Staler,
aenmt pians xor iu cuuin 1- whlcb Wllllama waa the In. jr. Hendricks. XT. C. Kantner.
. ma IimI. If InnU I Wm V V mttl IfM IP T Ttnu.
.. . ... . I I IUIIW m I v. mm ww u.v. mm. m. vwu
m.uij i v. ' 1 . iTtirka !llA. time for the trl-l fll.
At th scoutmasters' ronna- Vkv i
tabl her this week, the leaders
conducted at the various scouting
For the first nln months ot
the year, th number ot persons
killed ia automobile aeddents la
1XX has exactly doubled over last
year. Dr. Vernon A. Douglas.
nf j y 7- county nealta oracer, announcea
Planned Dy LlOnS yesterday. T. October 1 this year.
3 Z persona, uuw i air-
tember, Jtad died as tho. resalt of
Heart disease was th. loading
cans, ot death last month. Ten
persons died from this ailment,
five from kidney disease, five
from cancer, four from apoplexy
and nln from miscellaneous
effected a permanent organisa
tion, A. J. Arnett, scoutmaster of
Salem troop No. 4. was elect ea
president, and T. C. Roak, master
of Salem troob No. S, secretary,
Monthly meetings will b held
by thq group.
al was set tor October XI. WU-1
I Hams will be represented by I
B. Handley of Portland, former
member of tho state public ser-j
! Ti Art tJllh Man brother gets them before any of
t Arthur Gibbard, assistant post
master, will be the speaker at the
Salem Ad club totfay noon at the
Bonemianrresiaumni. tie wui aia
uss tho postal laws with partie--ular
reference to regulations gov-1
lerbing direct-mail advertising,
tsecond class postage, etc. Since
members are Interested in use of
jtnails for disseminating advertis
ing matter, a profitable session Is
- M M C
So until tomorrow at 12:45
A . . J JY . I ser; feature editors, David Hoes
community IVieei land Marion Minthorn; society ea
The first edition of tho Clarion,
Salem high school newspaper, will
be ready for distribution today. It
is published every two weeks
throughout the school year by the
Associated Student body. Lynn
Martin is manager for the year
and Francis Barnes, editor.
A temporary editorial staff se
lected by Editor Barnes for this
first Issue includes the following
students: Managing editor, Mar
tha Sprague; associate editors,
Elizabeth Abraxas and Roberta
McGilchrist; news editors, Mar
garet Doege and Margaret Hau-
Charge of Auto
Theft is Faced
Harry Medwld, II, was being
held in city Jail last night on a
charg of auto theft. .He was ar
rested on the highway south of
Salem driving a machine alleged
ly stolen out of Portland.
Police said th youth was on
parole from a Washington state
League is Talked
In addition to completing or
ganisation ot a xnarloa county
Toung Democratic league, plana
for a trl-county league will be
discussed at the meeting U
rooms Xl-XX, Ladd A Bush
building, at I o'clock tonight. If
tho proposal meets with approval
tonight, the matter will bo tak
en 29 with officers ot tho Polk
and Yamhill groups.
HAZE! HTDE BETTER
HUBBARD, Oct, 11 Hazel Hy-
den. son of Mrs. Maud Hyden who
has been seriously ni for the past
two weeks at .the homo of H. C.
Reed is somewhat better and is
alio to be up. ,
MARION, Oct. IX The open
inr date for the Marlon com-
Wrkrlror nn I raunitv dab is Tuesday, October
rrr .. V ".t . Not only will there be the reg-
YlSlt VYILQ farems alar business session and program
but tha semi-ansual election of
' NORTH HO WELL, Oct. IX.
.Joseph Reznecslk, oldest son ot
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Reznecslk,
who is devoting his life to mis
sionary work In India, visited his
parents here last week, and, with
his little son, Joseph, Jr., aged 9,
apent a few days at Neskowin
with his brother Ray, who owns
4 number of cottages there. He
expects to return to India in the
Itors, Iris Jorgenson and Dorothy
Blalsdell; sports editor. Jim Beall
and exchange' editors, Helen Pur
trine and Edna Savage.
officers also falls on Jhis date.
A group of men worked two
days of last week reshlngling the
lends church, while the women
: served dinner for the men at the
home of tho pastor, Rev. and Mrs.
Rev. D. . Howe
Rev. D. J. Howe, former pastor
of the First Christian chureh here,
left Salem yesterday morning, and
while it is understood he was mo-
; REFUSES PASSPORT
$ ATHENS, Oct. IX. (AP)
Samuel Insult, who is wanted In
Chicago to answer a grand lar
ceny and embezzlement Indictment
'based on the downfall of his utili
ties interests, refused today, pond-'
inr a consultation with his law
yers,' to surrender his passport to
'the American eonsul. ;
Home of 25e Talkies
Today A Saturday
Tonight we Present .
Three Prizes $5.00, $2.00,
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A atorv as swAft as wild
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Also Sammerville Comedy.
Sews Cartoon Comedy and ser
ial., rrhe Shadow of tho
Eagle. Mickey Monse Matinee
: -v Saturday, 1 tSO
Ride with Kirby Tornell
to adventure, excitement
Gallop at suicide-speed
irith this Robin Hood of
the plains vrhoeTobs the
rich to help the poor .
nd dodges the bw to
ileal a senorita's love!
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