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The OREGON STATESMAN, Sakm,
Oregon. Sunday Morning, December 11, 1932
Local News- Briefs
Xon-Support Clintoa Witham
b been arrested in Eagene on a
ae&;4uptort warrant made here.
'Ke sported undertaking on $500
'batK.Md trill appear Wednesday,
December, 14, before Justice of the
rc filler Harden to enter
plea.'' "; '--' "
Open from 9 to 5 Sunday. Salem
Faol Co. Tel. 5000.
Hoiladay ia Speaker Jack Hol
laday, who is here on furlough
from, work In the mission fields,
-will address the Young People's
Forum ' of the Tirtt Methodist
church Sunday night at o'clock
on "Slam and Its People."
Asa ginimons. of Oervala, aged
?8. Funeral eervicea today, Sun
day, December 11, at 1 p. ra. from
the Merrill Mortuary in Portland.
Interment In Gervais.
December 10, l3t Ethel Sut
ton, in this elty, aged 47 years.
Iaughter of Mrs. Rachel Knight
en; sister of Mrs. Alice Hauser of
Reaeburg, Lulie Morgan of Har
rlsburg. Mrs. Lillian Dickson and
Mrs. Minnie Clark of Salem, John
Knighten of Englewood, Cal., and
Roy Knighten of Cathlamet,
Wash. Remains are In care of
Terwilllger Funeral home, 770
Chemeketa street, announcements
to be made later.
William Maag died in Portland,
Saturday. December 10; a late
resident of 1803 Court street. Sa
lem. Funeral announcement later
from Clough-Barrlck company.
At a local hospital Friday, Dec.
tMlsa Dallas Huff, 13. Survived
by her mother, Mrs. Mary Gough
of Mill City, and her father, E. M.
Huff, of Portland. Funeral an
nouncements later by Clough-Barrlck
la this city December 9, McDon
ald Keeney. residence 1210 Gar
net St. Hnsband of Minnie Kee
ney; father of Mrs. Grace Sehon,
W. R. Keney and Warren Kee
ney, all of Salem, Mrs. Mable Bar
ton of Wiley, Colorado, Mrs.
James Stout of Sheldon. Wash.,
and Deniil Keeney of Seattle. Fu
neral services under direction of
W. T. Rigdon and Son, Monday,
December 12. at 11 a. m., Rev. H.
;. Humphrey officiating. Inter
ment Be'.crest Memorial park.
In this city December 9, Orsen
Rismark Phelps, aged 58 years.
Husband of Rachel Phelps; father
of Olivia James Phelps of Salem;
brother of Marcus Phelps of Can
ada. Funeral announcements later
lv W. T. Rigdon and Son.
In thi city, December 9. Mrs.
Louisa Thomas, aged 76. Mother
of Mrs. Clara Lamb of West Sa
lem. Arthur Thoma3 of P.clfoun
tain. I. W. Thomas oT Salem. Fu
neral services Monday, December
1.'. at 2 r. m. from the chapel of
the Salem Mortuary, 5 45 North
Capifo! rtreet. Interment Cityview
At the family residence. 141.0
Trade street. December 9, Paul
Martin Hand. 37. Survired by tils
widow, Maude Stenstrom Hand,
two son?, Delmar Paul and James
Arthur; two half-brothers, Harvey
and Pearl Davis of Dean, Iowa; a
sister, Mrs. Roy Stites of Portland
and a halt-sifter, Mrs. C. E. Rea
gan of Monterey. Cal. Funeral
services Sunday, December 11. at
10 a m.. at W. T. Rigdon & Son
mortuary with Rev. H. C. Stover
officiating, with graveside servi
ces in charge of Lodge No. 50 A.
F. tc A. M. at Belcrest.
Give Two Programs Last of
the community programs being
given over tie county by - repre
sentatives of the Salem chamber
of commerce were held last night
at Roberts and Rosedale com
munity clnb gathering. At Rob
erts, Clayton V. Bernhard of the
Associated Press spoke oa meas
ures to come before the legisla
ture; Dr. J. Vinton Scott showed
moving pictures of China scenes
and Van Wieder and C. C. Wilson
also attended from the local
chamber. . At Rosedale, Carle Ab
rams spoke oa matters which will
likely come before the state law
makers when they convene the
first of the year.
We have the largest stock of la
dies' overnight cases la Salem at
such prices as never before, F.
E. Shafer, 170 S. Commercial.
Fall Relative Sought William
Bliven, adjutant of Capital Post,
American- Legion, here has re
ceived inquiry from the war de
partment as to the address of any
known relative of William T. Fall,
killed In action in II IS. Accord
ing to -department records, Fall
enlisted from Salem and gave the
name of Miss Rovena Fall, a sis
ter, living on North Fourth street.
No trace has beea found of the
sister, to whom the war depart
ment apparently seeks to pay war
risk insurance. Bliven has not
yet fonnd anyone recalling per
sons by this name.
Special manufacturer Kile, blank
et ends, 75c to S1.50; coating and
suiting 50c-75c and 11.00 per
yard. Boys and girls coats, $1.25
to 4.50. Ladies sport coats.
$4.75, men's overcoats $5.95,
boys suits, all wool suits, $1.95.
Buy now and save. Thos. K;iy
WnoUn MiH Cc
Exposition Planned Co:n
mitteemen for the Boy Scout
merit badge exposition to be
given here next February met
yesterday noon at the Spa a.id
made routine plans for the af
fair. A. C. Haag, general chair
man, presided. The group decid
ed that no concessions should be
granted to others than scouts.
Others attending the meeting
were R. W. Niles, Willis Clark,
W. L. Phillips, Gardner Knajp,
M. Clifford Moynlhan. and O.
P. West, scout executive.
One Dollar o'f on each pt.ir
shoes in our window, Frank E
Shafer, 170 S. Commercial St.
Seek Water Rights H. O.
Kleinschmidt of Portland on Sat
urday filed with the state engi
neer here application to appro
priate 2000 miners inches of wa
ter from Tim creek. Dude creek
and tributaries of Salmon creek
for sluicing, milling and domestic
use in Coos county. F. L. Vincent
of Med ford seeks to appropriate
five second feet of water from
Kane creek and tributaries, for
Men's and young men's suits, spe
cial $11.75 and $14.75. Special
blanket sale, plaids or . plain
shades. Singles $1.6!!, doubles
$3.50. Thos. Kay 'Woolen Mill
Violators C.et Ticket' City po
lice paF.:pi out traffic tickets,
requiring the hearers to visit Mu
nicipal Judi' Poulsen, to three
motorists here yesterday. Two, C.
C. Coleman, 745 North Capitol
street, anS Ed Duerre, Gervais,
were charged with speeding, and
the third, A. G. Tatrnan of Salem
Hardvare company, was charged
with making a reverse turn at a
Permit Talue Low One more
building permit was issue her
last week than during the pre
vious week bnt the total value
was one-fourth less. The eight
permits granted were for repairs
and alterations to cost $415 and
one new construction Job to eoet
$10. A $50 permit issued yester
day was for repairs to the A. N.
Gilbert house. Liberty and Che
meketa streets, damaged by fir
Why not buy the best? Wilson
Bros, haberdashery cost only a
few cents more. A. A. Clothing
Co. Inc., 3 $5 State.
Alleged ThJef Caught E. L.
Pence, wanted at McMinnville
oa a larceny charge, was ar
rested here Saturday, by the
sheriff's office. Pence Is charg
ed with taking steel cable val
ued at several hundred dollars.
Sheriff G. W. Manning of Yam
hlg county sent a deputy here
to get Pence late Saturday. Ball
has been placed at $1000.
Close Carlton Depot - The
Southern Pacific company has
notified the public utilities com
missioner that its depot at Carl
ton will be closed January 1,
pending resumption of the lum
ber business there next March.
This is the third station ordered
closed by the Southern Padfto
company la Oregon during thtv
past two weeks.
Free $2.50 auto robe with eaeh
$11.50 and $15.50 overcoat pur
chased at our store. Thee. Kay
Woolen Mill Co.
Stricklin Back C. S. Strick
land, state engineer, has returned
to Salem from Salt Lake City,
where he attended the recent
meeting of western governors.
Stricklin said he particularly was
Interested in the discussions of ir
rigation problems. While only four
governors attended the meeting,
virtually every state Is the west
was represented, Stricklin said.
Corp Attends Funeral Capital
Post drum corps is expected to at
tend the funeral of Paul Hand,
who was a supernumerary with
the organisation, enmasse at Iff
o'clock this morning at the Rig
don chapel. Rev. H. C. Stover of
ficiating. Masenlc interment serv
ices will be held at Belcrest me
morial park. Officers of Capital
post request all members who can
Delicious home-made fruit cakes,
$1 per pound. Orders taken now
Mrs. E. F. Wright, I Si Center St.
One Mishap Reported The
only automobile accident reported
to city police yesterday was a
minor one between cars driven by
Charles J. Emerick, 1650 North
Fifth street, and Steve Batch,
1288 State, at Liberty and Che
meketa. No serious damages or
Injuries were reported.
Good dry wood, reasonable. Large
load. Tel. 8847. Fred E. Wells.
Senator Visits Bishops State
Senator C. H. Williams and niece
Mrs. Emma Greenhalz, of Deer
Lodge, Montana, are weekend
visitors with the C. P. Bishops.
Senator Williams is one of the
largest wool growers of the Unit
Jcrseymen Mm A committee
of the Jersey Cattle club of the
state will meet at the chamber of
commerce at 1:30 o'clock Monday
afternoon. H. L. Gribble of Canby
Is state president; and W. S.
Bartlett of Independence, secretary.
bo n mm
One of the largest , Chemeke
tan parties to assemble sine the
annual outing at ML St. Helens
last summer will participato oa
the annual mistletoe hike and
Christmas party today. Last
night 4$ persons had signed up.
The hikers will leave the Sena
tor hotel at 1:10 o'clock tola
morning, drive to Fairviotr
school also mil as south of here,
then strike eut afoot over Ajb
keny hill after tie mistletoe
At 1 o'clock the group will
go to the Hofftnell farm for a
Christmas dinner la ehargo of
Miss Margaret MeAlpine, and a
program afterwards. Gifts,
brought by tae gueeta. will be
distributed from a Christmas
Thoea registered for the day's
Mr. and Mrs. H, R. Crawford.
Harriet Crawford. La villa Per
ry, laera Templeton, F. Sdmsat-
soa, Richard Upjohn, Walter UO
Cuaa, Cordis A. Wiper, Lucille
JaekowakV Jessie Etarr. Neillo
Schwab, Loan Suing, Tom WV
per, Oeorgo N. Fake, CharlotU
U fake. Dr. and Mrs. C. A.
Downs, rtaria, Hume and War
ren Dewa K. I. Jeaatecs. J. W.
Moor. Wiaaitred Sena, W. L
Medoud. Glad: J Miller, Arthur
MfUi, "IT and Mrs. Frank Mill
er, Nanette Bloom, .'. A. Burn,
Sdaa McXIhaney, -.Tor Turn-
bull, Anna Maria HeUwr. Cliff
Benson. Cora Handle, Mr. and
Mrs. H. P. Noble, Letha Pol
ley, Cecile Pelley, Dorothy Tay
lor. A agnate Notdmrtt, Lottie
Robbins, and Esther Brtckson.
i , '
December gs Salem Mac.
Dowoll cl concert; MJas
Mary Schnltx, violinist.
December 10 Willam
ette unrrcrcity starts two
weeks' .JeoUday vacation.
December 1 City-wide
caarrass) Joir clothes for nee
dy people. Boy Scouts mak
tag eurrass for CommuaJty
day Chris tasas holiday.
January 1-3 Two-day
Xe-tr Tear's boUOay. .
Mrs. Winifred Coffindaffer, 40,
of Brooks. Survived by widower,
Charles J. Coffindaffer. and four
children. Billle, Curtis. Glenn and
a baby; her mother, Mrs. Mary V.
Moisan, all of Brooks; and the
following brothers: G. T. and F.
A. Moisan of Salnv. G. J. Moisan
of Gurvais. L. A. Moisan of Pat
ton. Cal.. E. R. Moisan of Marsh
field. Fred and Hubert Moisan of
Portland, and C. A. Moisan of
Brooks; three sisters, Mrs. Fer
man Nash of Macleay. Mrs. Albert
Nys of Jefferson, and Mrs. Tercllle
DeJardln of Salem. Funeral serv
ices from the W. T. Rigdon and
Son chapel Sunday, December 11.
at 1 p. m. Interment In Masonic
cenvtry st Gervais.
Half Price oa all ladles' purses
and b! lfolds. Frank E. Shafer.
170 S. Commercial St.
Frazer Escapes Caught Two
youths who escaped from the Fra
zer detention home in Portland
Friday were caught by city police
at the Southern Pacific depot here
early Saturday morning. The two
boys, George Elson and Seward
Cooler, were returned to Portland
yesterday by state police.
W Hi Or 03 IE TO
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At the homo of her daughter in
Kansas City, Mo.. Mrs. Sarah W.
Mann, mother of Dr. S. J. Mann of
Albuoucrque. N M.. Dr. Gertrude
Steven of Ki-nsa City. Mo., and
Mrs. D. M. Smith of Klamath
Falls: sister of Misa R. T. Smith
of Salem. Funeral services will be
held Monday, Deceraber 12. at 3
p. m. from W. T. Rigdon & Son
mortuary. Interment at Cityview
Ben's Cafe, 156 S. Commercial
Turkey dinner today, 35c.
25c, 35c and 50c Dinners
At Hunt's Cafe, 222 N Com'l.
Roast turkey dinner, 50c.
Gray B-lle, 440 State St.
Try our feature dinner, 50c.
Argo For Famous Turkey
And roast ham dinners, noon
and evening, 50c.
Senator Woodward Here Sena
tor Woodward of Multnomah
.county was here yesterday confer
ring with the secretary of state
with relation to tho assignment of
seats in the senate chamber for
the 1933 legislature.
Nevada Man Arrested W. E.
Moran, who gave his address as
Boulder City, Nev., headquarters
town for erection of Hoover dam,
was arrested by city police hero
yesterday on a charge of being
Bishops Return Mr. and
Mrs. C. P. Bishop returned to
Salem last night from Portland,
where they had been attending
the national and state wool
growers' conventions since Wed
nesday. Pension Group to Meet The
Salem chapter of the Railroad
Employes' National Pension asso
ciation will hold its regular De
cember meeting Monday night at
8 o'clock at 339 Court street.
Four more dental examinations
and two dental corrective clinics
made possible by Marion county
dentists, are included in the
schedule of activities of the coun
ty health department this week.
Clinics are listed as follows:
Monday afternoon dental ex
amination: at MiU City, Dr. Sll
vas. Tuesday all-day preschool
and school clinic at Scotts Mills,
Dr. "Vernon A. Douglas; all-day
school clinic at Woodburn, Dr.
G. B. Smith; morning dental ex
aminations at Garfield school,
Dr. L. B. Schmidt, and dental
corrective clinic at Salem health
center. Dr. George Lewis. Wed
nesday all-day school clinic at
Washington school, Dr. Douglas,
and dental examinations at Hub- J
bard. Dr. A. F. deLespiaasae. i
Thursday morning preschool j
clinic at health center. Dr. J. R. '
Backstrand; preschool clinic at
Stayton, Dr. Douglas, 9 a.m. to
2:30 p.m. Friday morning den- ,
tal examinations at Grant school,
Dr. Lewis, and dental corrective ;
clinic at health center. Saturday :
8:30 to 10 a.m.. toxoid and
vaccination clinic, health center.
Tho M. C. Hoiladay home,
lilff North Slst street, win be
tho scene of a family reunion to
day la honor of the return from
SiaoT of Rev. John S. Helladay.
as of m. 0. Hoiladay, who
spent tho past four years in
Presbyterian missionary work at
ChieagmaL Siam. Rev. Hoiladay
la accompanied by his wife an!
their two-year-old son, John S,
Honaday. Jr. This will be the
first time the family has been
toCotaor ia five years.
Among those attending the re
uuioa ia addition to the above.
wia bo Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lowe
Of Albany. Mr. and Mrs. Paul C
Hoiladay and two daughters of
Portland. Forrest E., Robert N.
Sam, Helen, and H. C. Hoiladay,
of Bales, father of Rev. Holla-
Rev. and Mrs. Hoiladay expect
to leave here December IS for
Wentworth, Mo,, where they will
nan Mrs. Holilday'a parents
Christmas week. They plan then
to go oa to Chicago where Rev
Hoiladay will continue his sin
dies. Ho obtained his schooling
for tho ministry there at the
Presbyterian theological semln
The visitors sard vesterdav
tneir liner between Bangkok. Si
am, and Hongkong bucked man
soon winds and out of Tokoha
ma, Japan, barely missed steam
lag into the center of a typhoon
wnicn aid great damage on
The Willamette university pro
gram to be presented over KQW
this afternoon from 3:30 to 4
o'clock will feature Frances Vir
ginia Melton, pianist, and Came
ron Marshall, baritone. oC the fac
ulty of the school of music. This
will be the last program to be pre
sented until January $. aa the
Christmas holiday season of the
local institution begins, next Fri
The first program of the new
year will feature aa address by
Dean Frank M. Erickson. piano
solos by Miss Helene Price, and a
group of numbers by the varsity
male quarter. Today's program is
Group of MacDowell numbers
Frances Virgin ie Melton
Where e'er you Walk Handel
Ich Grolle Nicht Schumann
accompanied by Ruth Schreiber
Das Meer .MacDowell
I Am Thy' Harp. . .... .Woodman
De Of Ark's a-moverin'. . . .Guion
Who Is Sylvia? Schubert
Utilities In Marlon county were
assessed at $135,629 less this year
than la 1931, according to figures
released Saturday by . Oscar A.
Steelaammer, local assessor. The
actial evaluating is made by the
state tax commission. Total as
sessed ralnation of all public utili
ties operating in the county in
1931 was S3.1S9.SI1:' for thli year
it Is placed at $8,054,212. Bight
of the major utilities showed de
creases; five showed gains. Major
utilities and the valuations set
mi 1 iMi
lntrarbaB Tt. C.-S SJ.IH S2.11S
Motallm Kl-ctrioC.- 8.J, ,
Mt. Statei Power C. HS.4SS, 111,101
Orcfoa Eteetrie Co. 5.lt I 448, Ml
Ora.-Wa. WawrCo. 49e,3;0, . MJ.50O
Paoifie rroit Ei... S0.771 S0.TT1
Pt. Gai Coki Ca SB4.984' SS4.91S
Pt. Gm. Zlt. Co. X,eS.19T 1.70S.10S
Postal Telogrank Co. 4T.S4T 11,861
Railway Xxp. Co. 7.S5S S.940
Soatfcor Pacific Co. 1.S49.481 1.T04.9O1
PacToL a TeL Co. 1,81T,18 l,8ie,l0
PoUaaa SS.505 11,118
Wactm rnioa 89,981 79.457
YaoatUUEioe.Co. 1258 1T.SU
Woodburn Seniors to
Wear Caps. Gowns
WOODBURN, Dec. 10 At a re
cent meeting of the senior class
at Woodburn high school, it was
decided that grey caps and gowns
will be the garb to be worn at
graduation exercises la the
spring. This is the first time for
many years that caps and gowns
have been designated as the com
mencement exercises costumes.
ABOUT YOUR EYES
Do you know that we fit the
ttaays for your glasses with
the same care we determine
your correctloor Your glswes
can be becoming!
BREAD and MEAT
Tho Unlvcroal Foods
The other day when we read some statistics on the
baking industry is Salem, how mnch work It furnished
for Salem people, etc, it set us to thinking how many
mors it wosJd support, if we all insisted on hSTins;
. bread products "made is Salem".
The same applies to meats. Salem cured meats
are fresher and sweeter than the shipped in
product, they taste better sad ia addition yon
know thai yoa are helping; to keep Salem's ia
dnatries busy and its citizens employed.
We prepare "FLAVORKED" hams and bacon and
(along with hundreds of cor customers) think that
they are the finest that can be made, bat, if for say
reason yoa prefer something different, we know that
yoa can find it in a Sakm product.
Although we hare a sizeable plant, it isn't
large enough Co supply all the meat sold in Sa
lem. We are growing and continually enlarg
ing to meet the increasing demands for oar
"FLAVORIZEir products. In addition we
are under strict inspection. Salem's only mar
ket offering yoa this protection.
The next time yoa buy meat, think, and we know you
wis insist on having meat that is slaughtered and pre
pared right hers st home. Then watch Salem grow
and her people prosper.
HARRY M. LEVY, Prop.
At tc residence in Fruitland,
December 8, Harry Clay Hanson,
aged 45 year3. Husband of Alta,
father of Gladys, Kenneth. Harold
and Dwight. Funeral at 1:30 p.m.
Monday, December 12, from W. T.
Rigdon & Son mortuary. Inter
ment Belle Crest.
1 Births I
O ! O
Girod To Mr. and Mrs. Lawton
Virgil Girod, route 8, a boy, Daryl
Roy, born December 3 at the
WOOLPERT & LEGG
Your Nyal Service
Liberty at Court St.
BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS
Ho Chars tot Consultation
Night aa Day Call
Dr. B. H. White
Osteopathia rhyttdaa tad Surgaon
Pile! and External Caneer Bemored
Office: 355 Korta Capitol Street
Telephone 5036 Salem, Oregon
A t Chamber Here
The first ''newcomers night"
event will be held at the chamber
of commerce Monday night at 8
o'clock, when a musical program
will be main feature of an eve
ning's get-together and sociability
for newcomers and others. Doro
thy Pearce, president of the Sa
lem Music Teachers, will be In
charge of the one-hour musical !
The affair is not alone for new- ,
comers, but for all Salem people
interested, as everyone Is urged to
come out and mingle with the peo-
pie who are new to the city and !
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j MAS BRIGHT
ji OLSON, Florist
Court & High TeL 716S
Croquinole Ringlet End
307 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Branch of Castle Pioneer Per
manent Wavers, Portland
You can be sure that
prescri p t i o n s com
pounded by registered
pharmacists at Schaef
er'a are accurate, and
follow your physician's
YOU ARE SAFE
WHEN YOU BRING
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