The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, December 16, 1932, Page 7, Image 7

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    The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Friday Morning, December 16, 1932
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Old Man Winter
Pleases, Offends
Depending on Age
INDEPENDENCE. Dec. 15.
Old Man Winter has greatly pleas
ed a few of the younger people by
stretching his icy fingers to the
backwater lakes and sloushs and
thereby making ,mooth ponds of
ice for happy ikaters to skim
about upon. The slough near "Isl
and Field'' (the swimming place)
Hi q q q p q ca
Say it With a
DDAM(DND
The Jewel Box's
CHRISTMAS
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GIFT SALE
ONE-HALF PRICE OR LESS
Can yon affor to lHay a minnto longer in making
your itt selett ions with only 8 shopping days until
Christinas and v ;ih Mich wonderful values to be
found at The Jeurl liox.? Every article reduced to H
Price and Ies off our loiv prices, shop here. . . Shop
there. . . Shop everywhere . . tht-n tray by direct
rompariMii!. Our Miiall expanse and low overhead
enables 11 lu m-H for less.
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DIAMONDS
lfhs !, I'nit K
$250 Engagement Ring.
Center stone wtighs over
Vt Karat. Mounting has
six diamonds AO QQ
on side .... p700
Combination Engagement
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and wedding Kin? Set.
Reg.
$51.50. Set
$19.77
Genuine Diamond. Tteg
nlar aq qq
$22.50 J2.50
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COMMUNITY
SILVER
33 Pic-s wii
Anti-T a r n i s !
Chest. Tr(in'
Price $10."'
Our P:u.
Half-Price
and Less
on all
Birthstone
and Cameo
Rings
a
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a
$24.44
Gold Top
Knives.
V
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Vp.-I
$2
Now
74c
Westtlox
Baby Ben
Deluxe with
Rn'lium dial
Kc?. 'S.voo
Special
S2.19
$1.95 lVrh?
Watch fiQ
Bracrk:-; U7C
Elgin Wrist
1
Watch. Regular
$19.00.
Now .
$8.88
THE JEWEL M
173 . I.ihTty St., o,poite Peuney's
A small deposit will hold any article
S. il t HMCK, Prop.
THE
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FOR
Spitz enburg
Apples
39 c Box
Gold Medal
Cake Flour
Lae 1 Qr
Package lev
CAKE COOLER FREE
Otter Brand
Cove Oyster
No. 2 size
can
14c
CALJJMET
Corn Starch, Gloss
Starch
Pound
Package
5c
Roval Club Cora
No. 2s size Fancy Golden
Bantam,
2 cans
19c
New Crop
WALNUTS
25c
Pounds
Spanish Sweet
Onions
10
10c
Pounds ...
Kitchen Queen
Flour
Hard Wheat
49
.69c
Sack
Wn RESERVE TUB BlOHl TO I2UTT QUlnmuia
Caplan s Cash Grocery
137- S. Commercial St
is quite popular aa la Hill's lake
about a mile south of towa.
The turn from cold to warmer
weather will be greeted with a
sigh of regret that the Ice must
go with the cold.
However, at the same time the
young people are enjoying skat
ing, the older ones are having the
pleasure of thawing pipes and
keeping their cars in condition.
Plumters are busy replacing
broken pipes, and people are in
hopes that the cold will pass be
fore more serious problems ensue.
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NATIONALLY
ADVERTISED
WATCHES
LESS H PRICE
Bulova, Elgin, Walthain,
Illinois, Hamilton, and
other standard riakes.
Wrist Watch, guaranteed
timepiece, an excellent
gift for the young girl.
Our price was
$17.50. Now.
$7.99
W a t c h.
Bulova Wrist W a t c h.
Reg, $29.75.
Now
$14.88
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Bulova Wrist
Watch. Regular
$37.50. Now
$18.44
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Boys' Wrist
Watch. Regular
0
$15.50.
Xow .
$6.66
S-Day Mantel
Clock with Nor
mandy f'hime.
Reg. $15.50, now
$7.88
$2.00 Salt and
pot's .... 94c
Genuine Rock
. 49c
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BEST
LESS
Seedless Raisins
4 Pound I r
Package lvC
Royal Baking
Powder
12 oz. size ... 33c
2H Pound Size 95c
Quick Arrow
Soap Flakes
10c Package
JELL-O
AD Flavors,
Package
5c
Del Monte Coffee
High Grade
2 Pound CI r
Can .. ulv
Winner Matches
15c Cartog
Crown Flour
wheat 49.Mk1.0S
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Jules Rachman, of Omaha, Nebn
regarded as the theatre czar of the
West, who is held charged with the
slaying of Harry Goldberg and the
wounding cf his brother. Sara Gold
berg, during a quarrel. The argu
ment is said to have involved a sura
of over a million dollars, gained
from their three-cornered partner
ship in a theatre chain.
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MONMOUTH, Dec. 15 C. L
Starr, president of the state board
of higher education, will deliver
the address to graduates of the
Oregon Normal school TOday
morning at 11 o'clock In the au
ditorium. Mrs. Margaret Lee Maa
ske has arranged a special pro
gram of music In addition to the
usual orchestral numbers.
The class consists of 22 mem
bers: Gunradene Bldgood, Inde
pendence: Mildred A. Bowman.
Bend; Wylle J. Graham, Mon
mouth; Elizabeth S. Chapin,
Portland; Beryl Hadley and Es
ther Hadley, Monmouth; Hazel
Marie Hoff, Portland; Lorena Z.
Horn8huh, Klamath Falls; Alice
Halt, Eugene; Inez M. Knutson,
Portland; Ruth M. Herman,
Grande Ronde; Florence P. Lowe,
Portland; Opal Wheeler Mooter,
Canby; Juanlta A. Nelson, Mon
mouth; Edith A. Nolan, Lostlne;
Alice A. Pritchett, Philomath;
Lewis E. Tiffany, Amity; Wesley
M. Tippin, Tillamook; Russell K.
Tompkins. Stayton; Audrey Van
tlermost, Seattle, Wash.; Vernon
Wedin, Gresham; Marie M. Whit
ney, Burns.
Gunderson Services
Will be Held Today
SILVERTON. Dec. 15 Funeral
services for Olaf Gunderson, i9,
who died at Sllverton Tuesday
night will be held from the Larson
& Son chapel Friday afternoon.
Mr. Gunderson was born in Nor
way but baa lived near Sllverton
for 28 years. He Is survived by his
widow, two children, Conrad Gun
derson and Mrs. Joe Schmidtb,
and three grandchildren. Mrs.
Emll Loe of Sllverton is a niece.
GRADUATION TODAY
OR NORMAL CLASS
L)UL
We just received a delayed shipment of shirts that should
have been here weeks ago. We are pricing them for quick
disposal in two groups, as it is absolutely necessary to
sell them before Christmas.
If you come in and look these over you can appreciate
the values offered for these fine shirts.
Values
to
$2.50
at
$n 35
3 for $3.75
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BOSLEi OBSERVES
MONMOUTH, Dec. 14. M. M.
Bosley, a resident of Monmouth
for 28 years, celebrated his 81st
birthday anniversary at his home
Sunday. He was born December
10, 1851, in Clay county, Illinois,
and at the age of eight months
he started with his parents for
Missouri. He made the trip on
I horseback, his mother carrying
mm in iront or ner on a saddle
horse, while behind her rode the
baby's next older brother.
Seven other children, with their
father, walked most of the dis
tance to Missouri, as their horses
were heavily paehed with house
hold equipment. They also took
along several dairy cows, and the
journey took a long time with
such slow methods of transporta
tion. As a boy of 10, Milton Bosley
started out to do teaming for a
living. He was married October
22, 1872, to Mary Ann Simpson.
Mrs. Bosley died last spring. Had
she lived until October they
would have celebrated their 60th
wedding anniversary. Mr. Bosley
has two daughters, Mrs. W. B.
Egleston of Monmouth and Mrs,
McCormick of Pedee; also seven
grandchildren and several great
grandchildren. A niece of his has been spend
ing much of her time while In
Washinton, D. C., in compiling
records of the Bosley family into
book form. The first members on
this side of the Atlantic were
among the earlier colonist Immi
grants. Noel Cheer Needs
More Urgent This
Year, Club Hears
INDEPENDENCE, Dec. II.
Th Independence Garden club
met Monday night at the training
school building. Reports were
made upon the silver tea which
was held at the home of Mrs. M.
C. Williams last Friday. Mrs. Wil
liams introduced the speaker of
the evening, Mrs. Chester Cox.
Mrs. Cox spoke on Christmas dec
oration and greenery, and stressed
that people should decorate more
than ever this year of depression,
to bring about Christmas ebeer
and the true spirit of the time.
She Interested her audience with
the history of Christmas and of
the Christmas tree.
The next meeting of the clr"
will be January t. Miss Ida Mae
Smith of the Oregon Normal will
speak on "Nature."
Boy Carries Papers
Despite Hand Accident
SILVERTON, Dec. 14. Barney
Campbell, 15-year-old sob of Mr.
and Mrs. L. I. Campbell, nearly
severed his ring finger of the left
hand completely Tuesday after
noon while working at the manual
training department of the high
school. His finger was eaught la a
lip saw. His physician sewed the
finger on agaia and the hoy took
out his usual evening paper route,
his brother assisting him.
Fast Colors Prt-Shraik
gV Values
at
Christmas Gift Boxes Free J
P aEQGQOS)im & 5.
469 State Street
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MURDERED?
Ruth Otto, 15-year-old daughter of
the Rev. Carl Otto, of Wauwatosa,
Wis. (a suburb of Milwaukee), fox
whom a State-wide search has beea
in progress since she disappeared
on November 28. It is believed that
the child was lddaaoed aad slain.
Cow Wanted
Water, and
She Got It
VICTOR POINT, Dec. 15.
Floyd Fox of this section took a
truck load of Christmas trees to
Los Angeles where he has a mar
ket for them. Roy King of the
Union Hill district is also In the
southern city with a shipment of
trees aa has been his custom for
several years.
Monday noon a eow belonging
to W. F. Krens received an Icy
bath when she ventured out on
some lee at a waterhole In the
Krens pasture. The school chil
dren discovered her and notified
Mr. Krens, who was able with the
help of neighbors to extricate her
before she was seriously chilled.
Mrs. Hunt, teacher, and the
children are practicing the pro
gram which they have planned
for the Christmas tree December
It at the achoolhouse.
Girls' Club Holds
Initial Gathering
At Leader's Home
HaYESVILLB, Dee. 15 The
girl 4-H lowing else held its
first meeting of the year at the
home of the club leader, Miss
Edna FltU, Saturday afternoon.
Light refresh m en ts were served
to Alma Cairo w, Jeaa Stettler,
Carol Stupfel, Vlviaa Williams,
Carmel Btupfel, Tuklke Furuy
ama, Mary Ito. Seehieo Furuya
ma, Marcelle Frey, Adelle Frey
and Betty Green.
The "flu" epldemto ie making
quite a decrease la the school at
tendance tals week. Fourteen
scholars were oa the sick list
Tuesday.
3 for 92.25
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YULE PROGRAM AT
LABISH CENTER, Dec. 16.
The local Evangelical Sunday
school will start off the week's
series of Christmas programs with
their presentation at the school
house Sunday at 8 p. m. follow
ing the C. E. meeting. Among the
numbers on that program is a
playlet, "Star of the East." with
these characters:
Lantech, a Hebrew, Nathan
Kurth; Sarah, his wife, Bernadeen
Daugherty; Onan and Ithamar,
their shepherd sons, Arlo Pugh
and Delbert Bibby; Milcah, a
daughter, Erma Hornschuch; Ta
mar, a neighbor, Florence Pugh;
Roman soldier, George Dow; Gas
par, Belthaxar and Melchior, the
three wise men, Willard Aker,
Berns Jones and Elmer Mc
Claughry. "The Spirit of Giving" will be
portrayed by Eva Dow and Vir
ginia Miller. Exercises will be
given by the beginners, primary
and Junior classes, and there will
be numerous readings.
Musical numbers include four
by the choir, one by the Junior
class, a .pantomime, "Silent
Night." by Vera Dow, and a vocal
duet by Grace and Frances Klam
pe, as well as a male quartet se
lection.
DeMoss Traveling
Group Gets Short
House Due to Cold
AUMSVILLE, Dec. 15. The
DeMoss Concert company gave a
concert at the high school audi
torium Tuesday night. Due to so
much sickness and the cold weath
er only a small crowd was present
On account of the old weather
a great number of students have
been absent from school with
colds and the flu. Others on the
sick list are Christ Jensen, janitor
at the schoolhouse, Selmer Brown,
postmaster. Mrs. Erma Spear, Mrs
A. E.
ards.
Bradley and Eugene Rich
Safeway Value
ORANGES
Buy Now for Christmas.
small size
3 doz.2Sc
Christmas
Candies
only the best quality
1A.
Satin Mix
Broken Mix
lb. 1UC
2 ib,. 29c
A fancy mixture of only
fancy new crop nuts
No peanuts
a nibs. S9c
Waflflnunits
large Oregon
2 Mbs. 25s
PUMPKIN
Del Monte
No. 2tt
2 for 19c
can
Laundry SoapQ
in I OG
Pancake Flour1
39c
Safeway
n. k.
.MALT
'Bale
$1.
DATES
4 Iba,
T5Tld fftfr?l More and more of KHAUT &
ilucivvuiiu those good VEINERG
SZSMfc yoitaro
gaj Come toanget your
SIIII3)IS CHICKENS BEEIF
IPIK: iTS. COTES
the kind that they make try.. Rock and Red, all Cut from choice young
Bacon from draws beef, to boil or brake
c)V2clb. I aclb. a lbs, age
A Fine Lot
No. 17 11 N. Commer
cial. Phone f 169
No. 1178 N. Capitol
Phono 8620
Extreme Weather
Causes Closing of
Camp Till Spring
SILVERTON, Dec. 15. Silver
Falls Timber company camp 15 is
closing down today and the men
and their families will be out on
the Hth for the winter. Some of
the families came down early this
week. Mill officials reported Wed
0(B CrTOg
mm
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25 ounces for 25 r
You Save In Buying KC...
Effective Friday, bat.,
ORANGES
Another Carload of those weet
med. large size
O doz. 39c
Vi case
Original Pack
CHOCOLATES
fancy quality and a real
Peanut Brittle
everybody like it
COFFEE
Airway Blend for real
coffee drinkers
SUGAR
Pure Cane
Limit
CALUMET
Baking Powder
Cake Tin Free
PINEAPPLE
Ltbby s fancy sliced or
crushed. No. 2H can
MALT
Blue Ribbon
lg. can 49c
Safeway Stores
Otrthaxiu
cf our ttont in
of Sprinff Chickens to
Bare at tho following
Safeway Stores t
We Reeeire'th Rlht to
Limit Qaaatltlee
3
rt Two ano
v X mot to m iuiiiiiiiw
nesday afternoon that the earn pa
would likely be down until "well
towards spring," depending some
what on weather conditions after
the holidays.
"Very cold weather." was re
ported from camp this week.
Henry O'Malley, commissioner
of fisheries, estimates that the
number of anglers in the United
States who fish for recreatloa ex
ceeds 8.500.000.
use the
double tested'
double action
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mm
POsBK
You Save in Usinq KC
Mon., Dec. 16-17-19
ORANGES
and juicy Navels. No Limits.
gift, 24 lb. bo
Pounds
S
rounds
10
lbs,
1
lb. caa
For
Prince Albert
tobacco
1 lb. can 79C
(Lixtmsit NV 3149
valu pKifiJ at jny
Oragon or WatMnfto
DOLLARS
CD
2g
II
Fry or Bake
No. 515 270 N. Com
mercial. Phono 9432
No. 781527 SUte
Phone 9485