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The OREGON STATESMAN-' Salera Oregon, Tuesday Mrato?,: January 24, 1933
Local News Briefs
v Revivals Success RstItsIs be
tas conducted at tbe Free Metho
dist churcb by Xrani-ellst Elmer
McKay attracted capacity audi
ences for tore Sunday serrlces,
and daring the day C5 responded
to the call of the eharch. The
senriees will be continued through
this week, nightly at 7:30 o'clock
and from Tuesday to Trlday after
noons at 1:39. ISome of the sub
jects upon which McKay will speak
the rest of this week are Tearing
Oftthe Mask." My Life's Story."
"True ' Meaning of Pentecost,"
"Second Coming: of Christ" and
"The Coming Crisis."
Wanted, used farn., Tel. 5110.
In Again, Out, Etc. A few
hours after i. Patrick Brady, who
said he was from Portland, was
released from city Jail yesterday,
he was back in again, this time
with the possibility of a larceny
charge facing him. City police re
ported finding him In an intoxi
cated condition, his pockets stuff
ed with packages of cigarettes. He
had been arrested Sunday on an
intoxication charge, then released
and ordered out of the city yes
terday by Municipal Judge Poul-
Marinello Pace Powder, reg. $1.75
quality, now 1.25. Marinello lip
stick, reg. $1.75. now. 1.25. Mil
ler's Beauty Parlor.
Officer Reaches Idaho Chief
of Police Frank Minto yesterday
recelred word that Inspector Orey
G. Coffey had reached Weiser,
Ida., Saturday on his trip to re-'
turn Ray and Edna Woods here
to face a burglary charge. Mr. and
Mrs. Paul V. Johnson and the in
spector left here by auto Friday.
They are expected back here with
in a day or two, depending upon
completion of extradition proceed
ings, for which Inspector Coffey
had to send for additional papers.
Accidents are Minor Only
three motor vohicle accidents, all
minor ones, were reported to city
police over the weekend. They
were: H. R. Robinson, 1570 North
17th street, and an unidentified
driver, on South Commercial;
JohnDutton, 1780 South Cottage,
and Louis Frohmader, near Dut
ton's residence; C. J. Kidwell, 346
North 13th, and A. A. Feitelson,
331 State, on Center street bridge
over the Willamette river.
Good, dry wood. Reasonable. Lge.
load.; Tel. 8447. Fred E. Wells.
Hikers Enjoy Trip Some 35
persons participated in the Che
meketan hike to the Independence
Boy; Scout cabin on the Willam
ette river Sunday. Despite flurries
of rain and snow, the two and
one-half mile walk from Skyline
orchards to the cabin was en
joyed. Following lunch, the group
engaged in singing and listened to
an interesting travelouge on Slam
given by C. W. Noble.
Snow Above Sllverton Six
inches of snow was- reported
around Drake's cross in sr. above
Silverton, Sunday, and more was
renorted to have fallen Sunday
night. Five miles farther down,
the snow turned into rain. A few
f,t of Know was renorted in the
neighborhood of the Silver Falls
Timber company camps Sunday.
You'll have to hurry if you want
to get one of those wonderful G.
E. washers. Re?. 3108.75, now
$59.50. Eoff Electric, Inc. 347
Going to Independence A
group of Salem men and women
will go to Independence tonight
to provide entertainment at the
fhamfcer of commerce dinner
there. Presidents or eight local or
ganizations will each speak five
minutes, telling the aims of their
groups for 1933. The visit is spon
sored by the Salem chamber of
Asks New Guardian Petition
In probate court yesterday, filed
by Edward C. Kruger, in guard
ianship of Anna M. Kruger, asks
that Mrs. Hattie B. Cameron be
appointed guardian to succeed
Norma M. Terwllliger, deceased.
Petition also asks that Edward C.
Kruger be allowed 345 a month
for care of the ward.
For 10 days only, 16-lnch bone
dry cord wood cut from saw log
timber, $3,50 per load. Immedi
ate delivery. Spaulding Logging
Co. Ph. 4110.
Eppers Case Dismissed On the
motion of Oscar Nystrom, private
prosecutor, Judge Miner B. tiay
den yesterday dismissed charges
against Alta May and E. J. Ep
psrs of obtaining property under
false pretenses. The Eppers paid
the costs of the case.
Fine Remitted When James
Chapman pleaded guilty in muni
cipal court yesterday to a charge
f nnrstine a motor vehicle with
improper license plates, Judge
Miller Hayden fined him $5 and
costs, then remitted the fine.
Herthberger Arrested City po
lice yesterday reported arresting
John J. Hershberger, 1250 North
Winter street, on a cnarge oi cut
ting a corner.
Police Exitma Soon Examina
tions will be given February 4,
at 10 a. m. for persons aspirins
to position on the civil service
employment lists for city police
off leershlps and the police matron
position. They will cover geog
raphy of the city, law of .arrest
and marksmanship. Age limits for
matron are 35 to 50 years, and for
officers 27 to 40 with credit giv
en for war time service. Applica
tions for the examination will be
accepted at the city recorder's of
fice np to 5 e clock. January 30
Half a dozen men have announced
they will take the examinations.
Union Sons Meet The Sons of
Union veterans and the auxiliary
will meet at the home of Mrs. J.
A. Tantis. route two, at 8:30
o'clock tonight. Pot luck supper
will be served.
John Sackett Vinson died at the
residence of his sister, Mrs. E. J.
Swafford, 190 South 17th street.
Monday, January 23, Aged 84
years, a native of Iowa. Survived
by brothers, George M. Vinson of
Echo, Ore., and Ezra Vinson of
Friday Harbor, Wash.; sister, Mrs.
E. J. Swafford. Funeral services
will be held Wednesday, January
25, at 1 p. m. from the chapel of
W. T. Rigdon & Son. Interment
Troop 15 Crvwleg? Xl n p l &
growth ef Boy Scent troop II,
West Salem, was reported if Hx-
ecutlve O. P. west yesterday.
When the troop waa organised six
weeks ago, it had eight members;
now It has 31. Barry Weidmaler is
scoutmaster. The West Salem
community elub, troop sponsor.
has assisted greatly la developing
the troop, according to West.
Firemen Get Well All but one
of the firemen laid up after the
Oregon building fire Saturday
were back On duty yesterday. Cap
tain Robert Mills of North Salem
station was expected to return to
work bf today. Many of the fire
men were still feeling the effects
of breathing gas and heavy smoke
emitted by burning films.
Hawkins & Roberts are tempor
arily located In the first floor of
the Guardian Bldg.; loans, in
vestments, bonds, first mortgages,
insurance, excellent buys Is real
Adams to Broadcast A talk
on vocation education will be giv
en over station KOAC. Corvallis,
between 7:30 and 7:45 o'clock to
night by O. D. Adams, state di
rector of vocational education, of
Salem. Adams recently was award
ed the purple heart medal for
military merit during his world
West Visits Troops Scout Ex
ecutive O. P. West paid quarterly
visits to two local troops last
night. They were troop three,
sponsored by Kiwania club, which
meets at the senior high school.
and troop one, sponsored by Ro
tary, meeting at Leslie Junior
At the residence in Salem. Sun
day, January 22, Harlan Porter
Carnahan, aged 88. Survived by
brothers. T. R. Carnahan of Cedar
Rapids, la., Gilmore Carnahan of
Des Moines, la., W. M. Carnahan
of Shawnee. Okla., Glen Carnahan
of Nebraska. Also survived by Mr.
and Mrs. William McCarroll of
Salem route 5. He was a member
of Sedgewick chapter, G.A.R., and
was a past commander of the or
ganization. He enlisted in the
Fourth Iowa cavalry October 17,
1861, and was discharged August
8, 1865. He was with Sherman in
the famous march to the sea. Fu
neral services will be held from
the chapel of W. T. Rigdon & Son
Tuesday. January 24, at 1:30 p. m.
under the auspices of the W .R.C.
and the Sons of Veterans. Dr. Gro-
ver C. Birtchet will officiate. In
terment City View cemetery.
At Multnomah station, Friday,
January 20. Lillian Lucille Pugh,
at the age of 50. She waa a former
resident of Woodburn route 2. She
leaves her widower, Chester Joe
Pugh of Woodburn route 2. and
a brother, E. A. Grayden of El
Pa30, Tex. Funeral Monday, Janu
ary 23, at 2 p. m. from the chapel
Of W. T. Rigdon & Son. Christian
Science services. Interment Bel
crest Memorial park.
In this city, Christine Wolf
brandt, at the age of 76 years.
Widow of the late George S. Wolf
brandt. Former resident of the Old
People's home. Funeral services
will be held from the chapel of
W. T. Rigdon & Son Tuesday. Jan
uary 24, at 10:30 a. m.. with Rev.
Eriksen officiating. Interment at
City View cemetery.
In this city January 23, Annie
Rernice Bietz. late of route 2, box
134. Beloved daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George Bietz of Salem. Aged
11 years, 2 months. 16 days. A na
tive of Salem. Friends are in
vited to attend the funeral servi
ces Wednesday, January 25, 1933.
at 10:30 o. m. from the Terwun-
ger Funeral Home, 770 Cheraeke-
ta street. Interment I. O. o. jr.
At the residence 770 Chemeke-
ta street. Monday. January 23,
1933, Norma N. Terwilliger, wire
of George E. Terwilliger and mo
ther of O. J. Leffingwell, hotn or
Salem. A native of Iowa. An
nouncement of services will be
made later by the Terwilliger
At Portland, Ore., January 23,
1933, Ray Loter, husband of Or
pha, and father of Ray Jr., Del-
bert and Shirley Ann, an or ss
lem: son of Mrs. Jessie Loter. Sa
lem, and brother of Ted of San
Pedro, Calif., Mrs. Rita Wolfe and
Kenneth, both of Salem. Aged 34
vanra A native of Kansas. Was a
member of Co. "M" 133 Inf. and
served In the A. E. F. Friends are
Invited to attend the Military
funeral Wednesday. January 25
at l p. m. irom me xerwuiiger
Funeral Home, 7 70 cnemeketa
Wotm To Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
Maves of 1365 North Fifth street,
a nine-pound son, corn January
23 at the Bungalow maternity
Stafford To Mr. and Mrs. Her
bert S. Stafford. 147 Marlon
street, a boy. Edgar, born on Jan
uary 20 at Salem Deaconess hoa-
January 24 Education
Promotion association, high
School auditorium, 8 p. m.
Jan. 28 Annual meeting
o Oregon Jersey Cattle
club, 10:80 a. m. at cham
ber of commerce.
Feb. 1, 2 Oregon Dairy
men's association annual
meeting. enesnber eg
T,inir o Salem Mac-
Powell das' presents Port
land Apollo club at Grand;
Wilheim van Hoogstraten
Feb.. lO Wisconsin asso
ciation winter meeting, If.
C T.- TJ. building, p.m.
Pen. 10, 11 Boy Scout
merit badge exposition, Sa-
Wftxrnarr 24-23 Marion
mnntr Sunday school con
vention at First Presbyter-
for itomach. liver, constipation.
bladder and female troubles.
Free Consultation. Hours 9-6
Chinese Medlelne Co.
- 1X3 N. Commercial St.
, to Rent
QUI CO 10, Csed Furniture
1S1 Kotth High -
To Show Pictures Dr. J. Tin-
ton Scott, new member of the Sa
lem Kiwanls club here. Is to show
movies he took, at Shanghai,
China, last year daring tha Japan
ese Invasion. For nine years Dr.
Scott was head of tha dental aad
oral surgical department of two
hospitals at Shanghai. He return
ed to Salem last year ant opened
a practice here.
Closes Revivals Evangelist R.
F. Smith of Portland closed a
series of meetings at Calvary tab
ernacle Sunday night. He will be
gin meetings at Glad Tidlags mis
sion, 337 Court street, Tuesday
night, January 34. Meetings at
Calvary tabernacle will be sus
Overflow Crowd A capacity
audience attended the week end
service of Rev. D. R. Schlerman.
of the Seventh Day Adventist
church at North Fifth and Gaines
street. Rev. Sehlerman will speak
tonight at the church, on "On
Which Day Is the Christian Sab
Hawkins & Roberts are tempor
arily located In the first floor of
the Guardian Bldg.; loans, la
vestments, bonds, first mortgages.
insurance, excellent buys is real
Visiting Schools Mrs. Mary L.
Fulkersoa, county school superin
tendent, spent most of yesterday
visiting rural scnoois in the Mt
Manege License Marriage li
cense was Issued by the county
clerk yesterday to Tureman L.
Alters, 21, and Myrtle Lee, 18,
both of Eugene.
Young Taylor Fined Fine of
$1 aad costs of $4.31 were as
sessed against Jim Taylor, It, of
Salem, and his mother, Catherine
Taylor, in Wast Salem , Justice
court yesterday. Mrs. Taylor was
held responsible for her son's
driving a ear whan, he .did not
hsre a driver's license, state' po
lice reported. ,
Leek Turns Scoutmaster Ver
non D. Leek, formal- chairman of
the committee for Boy Scout
troop 16, Liberty, has taken over
tha Job of scoutmaster, from
which Paul Berndt has resigned.
Bob Shattack, who belonged to a
scout troop la 1133-23, will he
Repossessed Pontine sedan. Sell
for bal. due. Upstairs at 845 Che-
Holeecher In JaO State po
lice brought Earl Holeseher of
Brooks, to the county jail here
yesterday to serve out a $2.80
flae levied by Judge H. Overton
In Woodburn justice court. Hole
seher pleaded guilty te driving a
eospe with four persons la it.
Files Report Kenneth W.
Bayne yesterday filed with the
sheriff report of a minor traffic
aecideut involving the car of Mrs.
S. B. Torvend of Sllverton. Report
says the bumpers caught as she
backed her car out from a curb.
Sale Reported Sheriff's cer
tificate of sale of real property
on foreclosure has been filed with
the county clerk In case of State
Savings and Loan association vs.
W. Richardson, showing property
sold to association.
Notice te Produce Defendants
la case of Emma Murphy Brown
ts. John TJ. Prank and ; others,
have served notice om plaintiff to
produce deed to certain property
preliminary to trial of the rase
late this month.
Schoal Board If eese The
ond January meeting of Salem,
school board will be held at Sup
erintendent i Hag's office, 434
North .High street. Only routine
business is in the offing, aeeord-
Ing to Chairman H. H. Oltnger.
Transfer Authorised In estate
of Arabella Phelps, 80 shares of
Central . Public Service corpora
tion stock are ordered transfer
red te - Ruby Woare aad Earl
Parrkth Pars S15 Judge Mil
ler B. Hayden yesterday fined
Dare M. Parrlsh $18 and costs in
Justice court for being drunk In a
public place. Parrlsh paid.
Wilson on Ball Ben Wilson of
Salem, arrested by city police Sat
urday on a charge of being drunk.
was released Suaday when he
posted $10 bail ordered by Muni
clpal Judge Joalsen.
It has been estimated that 60
per cent of feed obtained by grat
ing cattle in North Dakota is fur
nished by grasses too short to be
reached by the mower.
Without Oparitloa mi Laa ut Timm
SIS Orgoa Bids. Pkomm SSOS
Confer With One
A committee composed of two
members of the senate and three
members of tha house will be ap
pointed this week to confer with
a similar committee of the Wash
ington legislature in connection
with proposed laws ssd smend
ments affecting fishing operations
en tha Columbia river. .
The conference will be held
either in Portland ' or Olympia,
Wash. The committee of - the
Washington legislature-., already
has been authorised under a reso
lution adopted last Friday.
Bond Fund Urged
Senator Dunn yesterday intro
duced a bill authorising the trans
fer of $80,000 from the Jackson
county Pacific highway bond re
demption fund te the general
fund for unemployment relief.
LIQUID . TABLETS - SALVE
If you will take MS Liquid or
Tablets aad place CM Salve in
nostrils every morning until
March 1, 1933, and you get sick
during the time, your Druggist
will return your money. Send ue
Dunn declared that the expendi
ture of this money in relief opera
tions would aid materially - la
eliminating distress in Jackson
county. . i ' - V
spoke te a large congregation
Sunday might at the Adventist
church on North Sta and
Gaines streets. The church was
rilled te capacity and saaay
were turned away. ;
lie Speaks Again
at 8 o'Clock
on the subject
"Which Day is the
A-S ALE OF
We're Out to Shirt the Town!"
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FRO IT OP
1 Group Pendleton
Trails End. A beautiful 100 vir
gin wool blanket, plain and two
tone with contrasting satin bind
ings. An exceptionally fine blanket
that last year sold for $9.75, now
for this great event, QC
1 Group Pendleton Virgin
FAST COLOR PRE-SHRUNK
Collar Attached or Two Collars to Match
White with wide satin binding, size
70x84. A regular $6.50
value for this event.
Your mother and your grandmother knew Fruit-of-the-Loom. There's
almost nothing like it for wear. To acquaint more MEN with the out
standing merits of this fabric, we induced the manufacturers to supply
us with a large shipment of Fruit-of-the-Loom shirts at this fine saving.
And if the women who see this remind the men folk, there'll be a
sell-out at our shirt counters today.
- 3 for $3.50
(A Few Arrow Shirts Included)
Values to $2.50
1 Group Glacier Park
Slightly imperfect, white virgin
wool with wide bright striping. A
regular $12 value now fl?C QC
for this event, special vOee0
2 for E
Broadcloth, all good patterns and good qual
ity. Values to 50c Now
COAT STYLE SWEATERS
Men's, all wool. Various colors', extra well made. All
sizes, and a sweater regularly sold at dj 1A
$1.95. Now, for this event, special V -'
Men's fine outing flannel. Full cut, good patterns.
Values to fl.75 now for this event, Rf
1 lot of boys' all wool sweaters, various- colors, well
made and an extra fine sweater at this low price.
Many formerly sold up to $1.95. A(
Now, special uPl.UU
SUEDE LEATHER JACKETS
Extra fine quality leather, light or dark &A OQ
shades. Regular values to $7.95. Special Trr.OI
MEN'S FINE HATS
Felt hats, all colors, all new styles. Values (M AC
to $4; Now i; . ?1
Pins Two Dollars
See Our Windows
Slightly imperfect, light colors, good
weight. Regularly to $3.95. To close out vJ
Well made shirts. Nearly all shades full cut
and a real shirt for wear. CC 3 (M rA
Fine quality lisle and rayon. A real hose for T
wear. Priced at . I C
Good weight knit wrist.
New colors and a real tie.
Extra special .
- 136 North Commercial Street
Men's and boys heavy weight. Regular $1 Q
value. Now : . 07 C
Medium heavy weight, well made. Regular OA
85c value. Now, extra special ; . C
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