The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, December 04, 1932, Page 9, Image 9

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    IIS LOSE LOOT
Ifl GET-AWAY HURRY
Harris Frightens men, who
Scramble to car Minus
Foodstuffs
LABISH CENTER, Dec.' S.
Thiers, apparently dflYei ty
their crime by hunger, " -were
frightened away from the Harris
Labish Center store about 1 a.m.
Saturday by the proprietor, Hen
ry Han is. after they bad gained
entrance by crashing in a front
window. JThey succeeded in mak
ing away with a few cans of
atlmon and some coffee, being
forced to abandon other loot in
their hasty' departure in an auto
mobile. r
Harris, who sleeps in" a "Tear
room of tlfe store, was unarmed,
but says that in the future all
nocturnal visitors will not have
nt pleasant a reception.
Delbert Blbby, son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. M. Bibby, has secured
enlistment in the U. S. navy, and
aill go in training in January
or February at San Francisco.
Bibby, who took his examina
tion in Portland recently, was the
only applicant of nearly 50 to
pass the tests.
Mrs. Charles Hinds left Wed
nesday morning for an extended
visit with friends and relatives
nt New Westminster, B. C. The
Hinds family are former resi
dents of British Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. Burt Kohl and
son Elmer left Wednesday for
their home in Oakridge after a
reek's visit with the J. Fred
Pugh family. Mrs. Pugh and Mrs.
Kohl are sisters.
Charlotte Jones, primary teach
er in the local school, was ab
sent from her classes this week
due to illness. Miss McClaughry
took charge of the entire school
In her absence.
NEW STYLE
First ripe strawberries of the
1931-33 Florida season were re
ported by R. H. Muirhead of San
ford, Fla.
7'
y:
Here is the very latest thing in
coiffure, introduced by lovely Anita
Page, screen actress, and taken up
in a big way by the entire film col
ony at Hollywood. A filet of flowers
(s worn across the back of the hair,
ending over each ear. The coloring
ot the floral decoration is chosen to
match the evening gown.
Moody Buys Home
In Aumsville of
Late Postmaster
AUMSVILLE, Dec. S. Mrs. T.
W. Johnson is moving from the
place where she has lived for the
last 19 years into part of the old
Spear stojre building.
The building where she had
her store and the postoffice has
been purchased from the owner,
G. Y. Moody of Washougal,
Wash., by Selmer Brown, the
present postmaster. The part
where. Mrs. Johnson's store was
has been leased by Mr. Browne.
T. W. Johnson was druggist and
postmaster until the time of his
death.
mum is
IDE ATTRACTIVE
BETHEL. Dec. t A number
of men of this district worked on
the school grounds Thursday. Un
der the direction of S. Hamrick
and A. L. Schulx the old fence was
torn down, the fence row grabbed
out, an4 a new fence built, using
th same woven wire. This is a
great improvement to the school
property and the yard Is now In
a very neat condition.
The Bethel local of th Firm.
era' union will hold the regular
monthly meeting Monday night.
The secretary, Irvin Bartels,' will
not be present, as he is still in
the hospital, where he has been
for more than a month, suffering
from severe burns. It is thought
he will be at the hospital for an
other month.
Mrs. Marie Kircher. who has
been very seriously ill for the past
two months in a Salem hospital,
has sufficiently recovered that she
was brought home.
appointments, and can b reach
ed by letter or telephone. Dr.
V. A. Douglas, epnnty health of
ficer, will be tha examining phy
sician. James Richardson left for
Portland the first of this week,
where he will be jinder a spe
cialist's care. His arm will have
to be rebroken and set His arm
was injured about three months
ago, whaa the cement car ha
was driving jumped the trestle
oa the new bridge over the San
tiam river here.
Health Clinic is
Slated for Dec. 8
For Southern End
JEFFERSON, Dec. 3. A
health examination clinic for in
fants and pre-school children will
be held in the Jefferson Christian
church Thursday, December 8,
between 1 and 3:30 o'clock. Mrs.
John Terhune is in charge ot the
ABOUT YOUR EYES
Anything as precious as vis
ion should be treasured. Have
your eyes examined now wt
will give you an honest opin
ion as to your need of glasses.
Dolls are 10 inches high, dressed in knit suit with toboggan
cap. . . . Free with each purchase of $1 or more.
Starting Monday and Through to Saturday
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Hamilton's Toyland is Now Open
Here you will find hundreds of toy such ai trains, trucks,
mechanical sets, games, dolls, etc., for the kiddies. Come in
and bring; Mother and Dad along;.
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Rivalry Develop
At School on Sale
Of Yule Stickers
JEFFERSON, Dec t The
annual sale of Christmas seals
ia being carried on in both the
grades and high school. The
custom Is that if one person sells
10 stamps, he receives a small
eelluleid emblem that may be
worn on the clothing.
Th hooks tor th all high pre
sentation have' been received
from the publishers, and Miss
Chambers, the dramatic coach,
haa been busy selecting the cast
"Kid Kolby" is the name ot the
Tlay.
. SIRS. BAKER HOME
KINOWOOD, Dec I. Mrs.
Warren B. Baker has returned
home froox.Weiser, Idaho, where
she and her mother, Mrs. Whipple
ot Portland, were called by the
serious illness of Mrs. Baker's
grandmother. Mrs. Whipple re
mained at Weiser.
Demonstration of .
Meat Handling it
Largely Attended
HUBBARD. Dee. s Julias and
Elmer Stautter nd Waldo Brown
attended the meat killing and
cutting demoastratlon held Tues
day at the Maplewood grange at
Barlow - with J. J. Inskeep in
charge. Prof. A. W. Oliver from
Oregon State college conducted
the demonstration He told how
to eure both "mutton and pork aft
er it was eat up. About lit were
present for the demonstration. If
was en all day" aftalr with a pot
luck luncheon at noon. -
The agricultural class of 40
members from Caohy high school
attended In the afternoon for the "
cutting demonstration.
MRS. FIXXY BETTER
WACONDA. Dec. 3 Miss Ella
Finny who has been very ill at
her home the past week is slight
ly Improved.
in
DragS
toire
Announces It's 8th Annual
Buy Furniture Gifts Now!
HALF - PRIG
CONTINUES!
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY ON
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:
SALE
Davenports
Chairs
Bedroom Suites
Diningroom Suites
Spring-Filled Mattresses
Iron Beds
Gas Ranges
Desks Lamps
HALF OUR STOCK AT HALF PRICE!
340 Court Street
Pa
m
Cheramy Flacon for the Purse 3
odors, April Showers, Blue Skies,
Sundown 00
each Flacon &OC
Coty one and one half
ounce Flacon
4 odors', L'Origan, L'Aimant, Paris,
Emeraude, L'Aimant
$3.75
Bourjois Flacons
Springtime in Paris.
Bourjois Flacons
Evening in Paris ..
Bourjois Flacons
Evening in Paris
$3.00
$1.10
$2.75
Florenze Ziegfeld, Flacons, Follies
Girl. For Blond, Brunette, or
sweet.... $2.00 and$5.00
G uerlains Flacon
Blue Hour
$5.00
Guerlains Flacon AA
Champs Elysees.... PDUU
G uerlains Flacon
Shalimar
$12.50
Carons
Christmas Night
$15.00
SUGGESTIONS
for her
Perfume.
Atomizer!
Other prices up to $10.00
Comb & Brush Sets in AA
Pyralin Ivory 5aO.UU
89c
up
Photo
Albums .
$1.00
Evening in Paris Gift Sets
$2.30 $2.85
Arraand
Gift Sets
Yardley
Gift Sets
$1.00 Mellozlo
Gift Sets
$1.00
$1.35 up
79c
SF
A Large Assortment of
Christmas
and
New Year Cards
Manicure and
Toilet Sets
in All Colors All at
Cut Prices
Cutex Sets
60c Set with
Cutex items
$3.50 9 Piece Cutex set in
Leather Zipper Case
$1.00 Cutex Sets
Metal box
49c
$2.98
89c
98c
2!o lb. Kupper's Home Made
Chocolates & Confections...
We honestly believe they are the most delic
ious and satisfying chocolates made
The
Compact
She Will
Love to
Show
What could be smarter than
the Dorothy Gray New Loose
Powder Compact.
It has a cunning little mechanism for
pushing up just the right amount of
powder each time the cover is pushed
back. When closed powder cannot pos
sibly get out. You simply must get her
one
$2.50 - $3. - $3.50
Bay the Boy a
Dax Watch
Made by the makers of Big Bea
A Box of Fine
Stationery
Many have solved
the eternal question
"Whit to give" by
coming to our sta
tionery department.
Prices from
upwards
FOUNTAIN
PENS
$1.00 to $15.00
Schaeffer Lifetime
$7.00 to $15.00
The Ideal Christmas Gift
Get your Doll Free.
If you don't have chil
dren of your own to
give them to, make
some other children
happy.
Capital Drag
J. H. WILLETT
405 State St., Corner Liberty
Store
Phone 3118
With. Each
Purchase of
$1 or Over
Kodaks
From
up
Everyone Wants a
Kodak
SUGGESTION
for him
I3.B0 Kaywoodie Plpa all
new atylei wttk th drlak
lesa fiQ
feature . . . v0l
11.00 I lb. tin Velrei Smok
Int Tobacco. ftl
Cbrlatmat wrap .. OC
90c - 1 lb. tin
Granger
64c
Leather Bill Folds
59c to $5.00
Tardley Men Sets. Sharing
cream, after sharing lo
tion. IoTlalble r
Yardley 3 piece set of shar
ing bowl, after sharing
lotion n rn
and Talc $0,0)
$1)0 Badger Hair
Lather Brashes. .
59c
ftee oar display of Ilea's
Leather Zipper Fitall
Cases. Reasonable Prices.
Calenders
Free for the
Asking
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