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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Saturday Morning, November 5, 1332
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Ctificiaiyoting Plaais in County
For GMeiElectidnNovemSer 8
flttack Less Impressive but
Cannady Breaks Away to
Score Three Times
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middle: for a first down oa tie ) Fairfield
nine and taea rang o a touch-1 Fairgrounds
Tflowa on two more trios, first East Gerraie
throngs center and then around est GerrsJs
tTi!.? t,TU "IS! I Central HoweU . Central Howell School House basement
r1"?.!" dJ" J.11 hlKftrtli HwU , North Hawaii Aran. Hall I
rara une again.. .rnere, iinnaay l - - ---t- - .
umhlMl tha oui from center. I East Hubbard City Hall in Hubbard f
sicked nn the ball and dashed 1 West Hubbard
fight . through I the Wildcats tor ( Jeff ersotf
hnAttxmr vr X Tbta ttmn WIU I T.!hrt
Hein's Hall lajhunsrllle
I. O. O. F. Hail4n Aurora -I.
O. O. F. Hall
School House la Brooks 1
I. O. O. FVHall In Buttertlle .
Champoeg Memorial Building
M. W. A. Hall 1-2 mile vest of Chemawfj '
Lrresley Church at Roberta . ,
Masonic Hall In Donald I ' ' " .1 .
Swegle School House District No. Tf
Fairfield Grange Hall I i
HyesTllle School House on Paclflo Highway North
City Hall, Corrals : j ;
J. V. Kepstager Home
.I..O. O. F. Hall; Horeb
Ifams kicked the goal.
- The best sustained driTe ' en-
1;ineered by Wlllajnajtte was one
n the fourth period frhen it took
ar puat on i iUnfield's 81, and
rammed the ball OYer from there,
Olson ; going the last , nine yards
t-a first down latter he,-Cannady j East Mt Angel
HoTenden Building; t.
Masonic Hall In Jefferson
Macleay Grange Hall
W. O. W. Hall In Marion
Belle Pass! School House
Phllllpl's Hall In Mehama
Hammond Lumber Co.'s Opera . House, Mill Otty
Lennon's Hall In Monitor
and Paul had packed the oral for
abort,! consistent' gains.
' The Wildcats, handicapped by
the weather more than the Bear-
fats, because they -were some
what lighter, fought hard all the
lime and took desperate chances
r la an effort to go places. Voll,
i freshman Quarterback, and Car
ter. ex-Oregon center, were out-1 ZV,ZZ.
kniii ( i- I Salem No.
All members of Willamette's
i forward wall played the same
crashing game that they hare ex
hibited all season, and this does
i tot , except Jack. Connors, who
West ML 'Angel Ticker Motor Co. Oarage .
Daridson's House on Prlngle Road
A. It. Anderson Warehouse
RJTerside School at Ctrllle
Rosedale School HoWa
TJ. B. Church Corner 17th and Nebraska 8U.
Salem No. 10
Salem No. 11
Salem No. 12
Prored that the left Uckle berth ;
he has just , Inherited will not be
a weak spot
KJL " ? 0?rD Salem No. IS
Connors... ... It.,,.. . Stevens R.ip Ni n
relton... lg.... Thompson 2 Xlii
r-Mnni, - n. Salem No. IB
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BOTd . . .... . . .rr Mcnn-nrnn
,Weisser. ..... .rt Barklow slem No 17
Ctlble , re. ... Tunnell Salem ?io is
Frants. .q. ........ Voll Salem No. If
Cannady.... .lh Helser Salem No. 20
Jones.. .. . . . . rh Fridley Salem No. 21
plson ....... f galley Salem No. 2 2
-Scoring: Willamette, tan eh- Salem No. 28
r- ' "t?.on- "raw Salem No. 24
iwf ivicuaowB, wuuams z.
Referee, Howard Hobson; um
pire. Dare Stritmater; head
lnesman, Rtin Jackson.
t (Continued from pars 1)
lprolred In that one Institution.
. "The constant misrepresenta
tion of this ealaod tor rmlltlp1
?.tt.5iy., d.e.mocr.atil 0ll- Victor Point
Tr' sianoer upon i vyacon(ja
uivu w uwu varij l WWi M
a cruel '' injustice to General
Dawes. It Is a characteristic ex
ample of the character of this
"It la an Insult to the American point of a Texan. She was intro-
peopie .io suosutute tus sort of duced by "Mrs. C. P. Bishop,
pouucai agiianan zor competent
discussion et the grave Issues
which lie before our country."
1st floor Bungalow Christian Church, Corner iTta
and Court Sts.
Tale Electrie Laundry. 854 N. 21st street
Swedish Tabernacle, Corner Mill and llta Sta,
Tew Park. School
Fairgrounds Grocery Store, 2S20 Portland Road
Jason Left Church, corner Jefferson and Winter Sts.
Baptist Church, corner "D" and N. Cottage Sta.
Basement Salem Woman's Club Bldg., 410 X. Cot
Hotel Senator on Court St
Store Buildinug on City Camp Grounds, corner Oak
and Winter Sts.
E. Sherwood's residence, T8T Cross St.
J. E. Erauger's Hop Basket Fctory, 1021 N. Com
City Hall In Salem
Marion Garage, 2 SB 8. Commercial St.
Leslie Hall, corner Myers and Commercial Sts.
East Entrance to Basement of Washington School
370 N. 223rd St.
Basement of Church of God, corner Heod ft Cottage
097 North Capital St.
Basement Friends Church, corner Wash, ft Com
Rickey School House
Salem Heights Hall
K. C. Hall In St Paul
Wengenroth'j Store In West Woodburn
I. O. O. F. Building, Scotts Mills
Shaw Hall ti Shaw
Grange Hall In Sidney
Church at Silver Falls
North Silvertoa The Roundhouse
South Sllverton Evergreen School House
Council Chambers in Sllverton
Knights of Pythias Hll . .
Murphy-Gardner Lumber Co. Office
Stayton Hall in Stayton
Commercial Club Hall In West Stayton
C. O. F. Hall in Sublimity
Masonic Hall in Turner
Victor Point School House
Brltt Aspinwall's Garage In Waconda
Hullt School House In District No. 107
East Woodburn M. E. Church in Woodburn
West Woodburn City Hall in Woodourn
Woman Asks Vote
; For Republicans
Visits to Rural
Visits to nearly all the schools
in the county have been com
pleted this fall by Mrs. Mary L.
Fulkerson, county school super
intendent, and Wayne D. Hard-
A stirring appeal to members I inr. 4-H club supervisor. The
f'the Women's Republican club first term of the nine months'
was delivered at ,party. headquar school year adopted generally In
: ters here Friday afternoon by the county Is completed or nearly
Mrs. Helen Smith, of Texas, a completed In the districts. Mrs.
i former democrat now active in the Fulkerson and Mr. Harding plan
republican cause. She described to visit all schools at least twice
- accurately the dangers to sound each year and many of them
money which democratic leader-
uvea this year brought about
Mrs. West gave a description of
Candidate Garner, from the stand-
three times. Enrollment In the
rural districts is unusually heavy
Blickey Moose Club
Meets Today 1 P. M
"Penrod and I Sam"
Seen as Move Paving way
(Continued front page X) .
cy for earing for practically all
charity fa tha eity of Salem and
Its Tldnlty. -
Tor tha reasons as above stat
ed and knowing that wt can not
spara tha necessary time to pro
duce results, ana not desiring to
further wasta tha time of tha sec
retary and businessmen, who bav
been anxious and willing to bring
about success, we deem ft best to
all concerned to offer our resignations.
"T. A. Ltresly,
MJ. O. Perry,
-P. W. Eriksen. i
Chairman of Flnanca Com.
"R. G. Brady,
Mem. Fin. Com.
"Lloyd A. Lee.
Co-operative Coat. t
FINE EXHIBITS IT
(Continued from pig 1)
Sllverton. Gehlhar and Hogg
Judged the corn, nuts and vegeta
Boys 4-H corn club awards were
placed as follows: R. C. Jefferson,
Jr., first; Bob Drake, second;
Carl Ditchen, third; and Wayne
The open class corn awards In
cluded: R. H. Drake, first, and
Homer Rand, second. Potatoes,
E. G. Wiesner, first, and Martha
Vinton, second. Franauett wal
nuts, Joe Russ, first, and Homer
Rand, second. Mayettes, A. B.
Wiesner, first, and Joe Russ, sec
ond. Filberts awards were given
to A. T. Cline, Homer Rand,
Frank Pickens, and A. B. Wies
The display of almonds mada
by Frank Pickens was good. Mr,
Pickens has a large number et
these trees bearing. Chestnuts.
easily grown here, were also on
Br OLIVE M. DOAK
WARXEB BROS. ELSTNORB
Today Edmund Lowe in
'Guilty aa HelL Preview
tonight of TWashlagtoa
Today James Cagaef ia
The Crowd Roar.
Today Rex Bell la "Broad-
. way to- Cheyenne."
: "Washington Merry-Oo-Round.'
Columbia's widely heralded polit
ical blast, will be tha preview pic
ture tonight at the Elsinore.
James Cruse directed the picture
which features Lee Tracy.
Tha story shows Traoy as a
newly-elected member of Congress
who goes ta Washington with a
load of high and mighty ideas ana
Ideals. What he encounters there
and what ha does about It is what
makes "Washington Merry-Go-Round
one of the most talked
about films ia recent years.
nnmbara riven hv Curtis Ferru-
I son . and Martha Floor.
Tha much - advertised bull
fight" found Robert Brandon and
Wakter Apple as the "bull ama
teurs" with Lea Springer and Ro
bert Crawford, . matadors : and
Kenneth Brandon, announcer.
: The mysterious "Madame
Who?" waa found ta be Mrs. Ed
Hole of ISO Division street. She
made her appearance at the1 call
la a different costume than any
she had. worn previously and was
unmasked for jthe first time. The
honor for the discovery of her
identity went to Mrs. Harry Col
lins, 880 Oak Street,
Prise for the beat Spanish cou
pie was won by Miss Helen Tur
ner of 107 North Capitol street
and Kills Cooler front Bishop's
clothing store. The award was a
8-piece brass comb and mirror
set from Montgomery and waro.
Best Bpanish man waa H. A. See
farth. 1710 North Capitol, .who
woa a sweater from Bishop's.
Best Spanish lady was Jennie
Tattam, 22SC North 6th street.
whose reward was a 4-piece paw
ter tea set from Miller's.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Jendson. 440
Water street who dressed as
Mexicans, were selected as the
best couple other than 8pan!sh.
They received aa electric clock
from Hartman's Jewelry store.
Twenty- additional prises of
value were distributed through
out the course of the. evening.
ROCK POINT, .Nov. 4 (Spe
cial) Peter Burghart, 08, drop
ped dead at his home here this
afternoon after returning from
the home of his daughter, Mrs. K.
Schab, at Shaw. He had been in
apparent good health. Funeral
services will be held at the Sub
limity Catholic church Monday
morning at I o'clock, with Father
Scherbring officiating. Recitation
of the Rosary will be at the home
Saturday night at 8 o'clock.
Mr. Burghart was born In Rus
sia in 1888. He waa wedded ia
1888 to Annie Marie Bone, to
which union 11 children were
born, four of whom died in Infan
cy. His widow survives.
The following children sur
vive: Ksthryn Schab of Shaw;
Agnes Shell at Montana; Mrs.
Bard Schneider of Salem; Mary
Desch and Frances Desch of Port
land; Albie Burghart of Salem
and Ed Burghart at home. Also
survive two sisters, Mrs. George
Etsel of Stayton and Barbara
Hasser of Portland; and two bro
thers, John of Kansas and Kasper
of Portland; and 22 grandchildren.
OPERETTA 6111 Of
HIGH SCHOOL GROUP
"The Bells of Baaujolais," two-
act ooeretta sunnosadlr ntarMl in
Normandy, was presented by the
music cusses ox Salem nigh school
under the direction of Miss Lena
Bella Tartar last night. The plot
centered aroand a rrnnn nf Am.
erlean tourists In Normandy, and
tne suDsequent matches the visit
nrodncad. Th Dn V f Tfeanlnlal.
as ruler of the land Invited the
American nests ta nuanmdi
during which the American and
native gins enanged costumes
causing a general mlx-up.
Th Star and iMiiirr ar.
ranaad hT Mian Roth Rratitl
of the art department, and the
wg-crai( ciass. miss Margaret
Burroughs and tha drama classes
asisted la the make-up. i
The cast of characters Included:
'Augustus.; Duke of Beaujolals.
Carroll Cummings; John Bender,
wealthy American widower. David
Hoss; Larry and Tony, young Am
ericans, Bender guests, Maynara
McKlnley and Bill Jndson: Iiar-
kins. Bender's English valet. Jack
Bllleter: Pierre, a Juggler, Verne
Adams; Chicot, a wrestler, Claude
Martin; Countess Marie, a nca
spinster, betrothed to the duke.
Jean Patton; Aunt Sarah Jessup.
Benders sister, widow, Frances
Field; Phyllis. Bender's daughter,
Lois Holt; Belle, her friend. Shir
ley Knighton; : Yvonne, a aower
glrL Orpha Dasch; Susette, a can
dy girl. Betty, Mlnklewlts; Fan
nie. - maid of the countess, Ida
Hotter; soloist to te countess.
Clarice Kolbe: voice or senders
doU Billy Utleyr Tolces -off-stage.
Ray Drakely, Marion Snorey, Bil
ly Utley, Charles Smith.
Estate oi Fake
Charles H. Fake, available for
distribution. Is $48,700. George
Fake, executor, reported to the
probate eourt Thursday. A prin
cipal Item la tha property is
four 810,000 Liberty bonds.
A Ufa interest in the estate
aside from minor bequests is left
to Maria M. Fake. At her death
tha children share ia the estate
in .the following proportions:
George Fake 12 per cant; Sophia
Fake-DonnelL 12 per cent: Sarah
Fake-Smith. 12 per cent: Mary
Fake, 2B per cent; Lida Fake-
Brown 17 per cent; Nell Fake
Lybecker, 17 per cent. The last
two bequests are to be trusts.
the Income from which goes to
Book 88 Years
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.. Nov. 4
(AP) Fineless week at the Cam
bridge public library today re
sulted in the return by John
Mackintosh of a book, "The Story
of Scotland," 28 years overdue.
Fines on the book, which or
iginally eost the library 8 cents
in 1880, would have amounted
to 2289 the sum the borrower
escaped paying by virtue of the
cancellation offer. The book was
returned by man by an "old gen
tleman in Wilmington." Records
showed he borrowed It in 1824.
GiVEf J BY BED CROSS
Most, of'hhe communities ; of
Marlon county were represented
at the Red Cross luncheon held
at tha Marion hotel yesterday
noon ta hear about plans for Wil
lamette chapter of the organise-'
tlon for the coming year and for
the annual roll call beginning
next Thursday. Over 50 persons .
attended. The program was , as ,
Address by Judge George Ross-
man, vocal sola by Mrs. Gladys
Mclntyre Thomas, accompanied
by Carolyn Parker, first aid dem
onstration by Lieutenant Walter
Lansing and Officer Max Alford
of the state police, llfesaving ex
hibition by Fred Paul, Esther Ar
nold and Anoka Coatee of the
Black Dragons, ' explanation of
Junior Red Cross activities by
Max Murphy. 12-year old pupil
of McKee school, and vocal quar
tet numbers by- Alice Slater, Ma
rie LaFrance, Dora LaFranee and
Melba Aronoux of Chemawa, In
A meeting of the women who
will solicit . Red Cross member-
ships In Salem will be held early
next week at the call of Mrs. Cur
tis Cross, city drive chairman.
County Clerk is
Ready to Check
With most of the supplies for
the Tuesday election now in the
hands of election boards, the
county clerk office yesterday
was arranging for the checking of
the returns beginning at t p.m.
Tuesday night. No actual count
ing will be dona until the next
day but the office will be open
until midnight to receive official
returns from the various pre
cincts. The official tabulation Is made
November 0. Tha public receives
its returns this year, as formerly,
through the accurate summaries
prepared by newspapers.
VICKS COUGH DROP
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Home of 23c Talkies
Last Times Today
Special Mickiej Mquse Mat
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Kfatthew Beta-Huntley Gordon
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Attend ear Nine o'clock Show
Toaite and Remain ' for our
lltl5iadnita Matinee Free
Starring ' Owea Moore, Jane
Collyer, JJoyd " Ilnghee, and
' Gwes Lee-
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Story by Homer Croy Screen play and 2a)oc f '
by 3dwla Burke,
SPECIAL BOOKING FOR
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BOOTH TARKINGTON'S BOYHOOD CLASSIC
LAST TIMES TODAY!
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