The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, January 28, 1933, Page 8, Image 8

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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem,- Oregon, Satnrday Morning. Jannaiy 23, 1933
22 TABLES OF 500
PIAYED AT BB1EFIT
GERVAIS, Jan. 27 The bene
fit "SOO" party given at the au
ditorium Wednesday night was
well attended. Twenty-two tables
, were in play with prizes tor high
'cores solos to Mrs. Clyde Kunse
and Otto Schwab and for low
scores to Gertrude Weiss and J.
8. Harper.
Trail Blazers troop No. 1, Girl
Scouts, met in the library room in
the If asonie building Saturday
night. Ellen Vogt received her
- first class badge and lone Turner
and Pearl Vogt, their second class
badges, the presentation being
made by Mrs. Sam H. Brown.
. Mrs. A. DeJardln and Mrs. C.
W. Cutsforth were to have tzen
hostesses for the January meeting
of the St. Rita's altar society. In
stead of having an afternoon
meeting at the parish hall they
changed the program and pre
pared noon lunch at the home of
Mrs. Cutsforth for members of
the parish who were working on
re-decorating the rectory.
Those present were Mrs.- John
Messer, Mrs. John Ferschweiler,
Mrs. Peter Prantl, Mrs. J. B. Su
see, Mrs. Otto Bernlng, Mrs. John
Rnscher, Mrs. M. Marson, Mrs.
Frank Adelman, Mrs. L. H. Grass
man, Mrs. W. C. Snyder and Mrs.
F. H. Cannard. Father Walsh, Mr.
Ferschweiler and Mr. Berning
were additional guests.
Busy Bees Select
Officers; Perkins
Is New President
. RICKEY, Jan. 27 The Busy
Bees club of the primary depart
ment hare elected Donald Per
kins, president; Jack Horner, vice
president; and Lureta Horner,
secretary for the coming two
months.
The purpose of the club is to
keep the school room and yard In
good condition. Volunteer com
mittees each week care for the
rhythm band Instrument's reading
table, song books, black boards
and perform other duties.
The Wide-Awake workers club
is an advanced grade organization
which keeps the room, basement
and yard in order and sees that
there are flowers in the school
room. The officers are Hazel Ma
gee, president; Hazel Dell Sheri
dan, vice president; Leila Jasmer,
secretary; Gladys Crabb, treas
urer. School Teachers
Return to Desks
After Flu Sieges
RICKREALL, Jan. 27 Both
Mrs. Kutch of the high school fac
ulty and Mrs. Pence, upper grade
critic teacher returned to their re
spective school rooms this week
after a siege of the flu. The high
school classes are occupied with
semester exams this week. The
second semester will begin Janu
ary 30.
Mrs. Jesse Ragsdale returned
from McMlnnville hospital Satur
day where she underwent a ser
ious operation January 8, but is
Improving satisfactorily. She is
threatened with pneumonia.
Two Short Plays
To Feature Meet
Community Club
FAIRVIEW, Jan. 27 The
Falrvlew Community Improve
ment club will present two plays
at the regular monthly meeting
to be held at the Fairview school
house Satnrday night, January 28.
One play "Going to College,' pre
sented by six members of the
eighth grade will be about one
half hour long and "A Perplexing
Situation" given by 12 young
people will be about one hour of
lively entertainment.
Refreshments will be served by
a committee at the close.
Honor Students For
Shaw School Named
SHAW, Jan. 27 Pupils on the
honor roll for the past month are
Angle Shamberger, Paul Blocher,
Elvln Shatts, Kathryn Lambrecht,
Anna Blocker, Johnny Shamber
ger and Pearl Shatto. Pearl Sbat
to got the highest rating In spell
ing. MRS. 8KILLER IN HOSPITAL
UNION, Jan. 27 Mrs. Helen
Skiller underwent an operation
Monday in the Portland Sanitor
lam. Her condition was reported
good.
Miss Dorthy Ramage returned
home Tuesday from the 8t, Vin
' cent hospital in Portland where
she has been recovering from an
appendicitis operation.
WEDDINGS IN SIGHT
DALLAS. Jan. 27 Two mar
riage licenses have been issued
here to Maurice Selbert, 24, mill
worker, and Alice Ardell Watson,
17, seamstress, both of Dallas, and
to Abe W. Ediger, 22, farmer, and
Lois Lillian Jones, 19, clerk, both
of Dallas.
-GUILD PLANS DINNER
HUBBARD. Jan. 97 Th riniM
of the Federated churches met
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Hartong in Wood burn. A dinner
for the young oeonle to b held
at the home of Mrs. H. L. Carl
was planned tor Wednesday, Feb
ruary z.
BAR ananmrv win'
HAYESVILLB. Jan. PntW
Pf safer, son of Mrs. B. F.. Wells,
has accepted a position as special
teacher of chemistry and labora
tory classes at tha ML Angel acad
emy, and conducts classes there
vary Saturday. .
I MEASLES EPIDEMIC ..!
AlRLlB, ; Jan. J7 The at.
tendance at school lias fallen off
tttit a bit this week due to
. measles. Several families - hav
measles eases la their homes.
West Salem. News
WEST SALEM, Jan. 27 Mrs.
Edward Sturgeon, who has been
in poor nealth for soma little
time was taken to a Salem hospi
tal to undergo a major operation
Wednesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Tonge
land left this week for a visit of
a month with; Tongeland's father,
Dr. Tongeland of Tama, Aria.
Tickets for the mystery drama,
"The Ghost Bird," which will be
staged at the Community hall next
week by the Chemeketans under
the auspices of the community
club are now being sold at Slo
pers, Gerths and Jensen's.
Bos Resumes Tripe
The West Salem bus, which has
been discontinued for several
weeks, resumed regular trips this
week. A smaller bus, a seven-passenger
touring car, has been put
on by Ray Ferguson. The newly
arranged schedule will be an
nounced later.
The Jolly-Time Quilting club
met with Mrs. Emmett A. Dickson
Wednesday. Luncheon was served
All-Day Quilting
Session Occupies
Group at Mehama
MEHAMA, Jan. 27 The wom
en of the Howell district were
guests of the Willing Workers at
the Mehama church for an all day
quilting session Wednesday.
Guests present were: Mrs. W. P.
Porter, Mrs. B. J. Ruef, Mrs. Arch
Kimsey, Mrs. Rebecca Kimsey,
Mrs. Joe Becker, Mrs. Luther
Stout, Mrs. W. H. Loose and Mrs.
Clara Stewerd. Members of the
club present were tee Mesdames
Monroe, Boylngton, Ledgerwood,
Dickson, Dixon, Bloom, Moe, M.
B. Phillips, J. C. Phillips, Card
well, Hughes, Teeters, Wagner
and Miss Mulkey. The group, will
donate a quilt to the Salvation
Army.
Since the club has been an-
lzed it has repainted the interior
of the church, bought velvet altar
rail curtains and painted the
seats. It is now planning to buy
lumber to repair such walks as
now exist and build new ones.
Rosedale Mission
Group Ties Quilts
For Charities Here
ROSED ALE. Jan 27 The La
dles' Missionary society met at the
home of Mrs. T. D. Trick Wednes
day despite the stormy weather.
Two comforts were tied for the
Associated Charities in Salem.
The next meeting will be held with
Mrs. O. D. Needham February 8.
Mrs. Fulkerson visited the
school Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs Plew and three
children from California have
been visiting Mrs.- Plow's sister,
Mrs. Joe Griggs. Mr. and Mrs.
Griggs have rented the Johnson
place and moved Wednesday. The
Plew family will remain in the
Griggs house for awhile.
Odenthal Family
Now m Sublimity
Account Illness
SHELBURN, Jan. 27 Geo.
Odenthal, who has been employed
for some time by Mrs. Morris, has
moved his family to Sublimity
where his mother could attend his
children while his wife is receiv
ing treatment at the Salem hos
pital. Clarence Miller recently un
derwent a major operation for
ulcers of the stomach at the
Corvallis hospital.
Rufus Russell and wife of Al
bany are at the Ed Jones home
helping care for her father who is
in declining health. He was re
ported to be in a very discourag
ing condition the later part of the
week.
Grange Lecturer to
Be on Air February 1
WALLACE ROAD. Jan. 27
State grange lecturer. Mrs. Maria
Flint McCall will broadcast from
KOAC February 1 at 8:19 p.m.
on "The Possibilities of the Su
bordinate Grange Lecturer in
Her Work." Mrs. McCall will be
assisted on her program by Mrs.
A. E. Utley and son Billy, soloists.
DEAL FAMILY RETURNS
SILVERTON, Jan. 27 Mr.
and Mrs. H. M. Deal have re
tained to Sllverton to make their
home and have taken up residence
at 109 Grant St. The Deals left
Sllverton three years ago, mov
ing first to Longview, Wash., then
to Portland and Eugene. Mr. Deal
is with the New York Life Insur
ance company.
MRS. SIMLER 84
DAYTON, Jan. 27 Honoring
Mrs. Elizabeth Simler, a civil
war widow, on the occasion of her
16th birthday January 20, she re
ceived many cards, letters and
dainties. A party had been plan-
nea out owing to the Inclement
weather it was given up. Mary Ro
binson baked the beautiful, dec
orated birthday cake.
P. T. A. MEETS
ORCHARD HEIGHTS, Jan 27
The usual 6 o'clock supper was
served Friday night at tha Pop
corn P. t. A. meeting. The main
feature of the evening was mov
ing pictures depicting the skin of
tractors in snow storms and un
der other untoward elrctimtn.
ees. Cart Ferguson contributed
Tocai numbers ana the Orchard
Heights entertainers furnished
music.
MORRIS JKTIVCT1P a T Tvrr-a
LIBERTY. Jaw 17 v ..A
Mrs. O. B. Brooks spent Monday
and Tuesday in Carlton whera
uivr uenaea mo luneral of a
aenhew. Morris i,nnuj u
Jernstead will bo remembered
ur u Aionei ijniner.
ABBOTTS FATHim nrra
LIBERTY Jan. 27 T. K ah.
bott received word of tha death
Sanaa? of his father In Washing,
ton. ;
to Mesdames Phil Hathaway,. W.
D. Phillips, Robert J. Ketterman,
Rex Sweigert, Homer Harrison,
Martha Rlerson, George Lathrop,
Elmer Rlerson and Emmett Dick
son. N Mr. and Mrs. John Jansen were
hosts at a pleasant dinner party
complimenting Mrs. A. J. Smith
and her mother, Mrs. Mary Dres
sel of Stockton, Cat, last week,
with covers laid for the honor
guests, the Janzen family. Bethel,
Lois, Miriam and Arden Smith.
Mrs. Dressel, who has spent sev
eral weeks here as a house guest
at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Smith, left Wednesday night for
her California home.
The W.F.M.S. of the church
met Wednesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. C. R. Brown for its
regular monthly session, with
Mrs. John Simmons in charge of
devotlonals, Mrs. Frank Forrester
study leader, and Mrs. Edwin
Brock conducting the mystery box.
Mrs. Harry J. Carter will enter
tain the matrons at the February
meeting, at which time the mite
box opening will be held.
Next Sunday, which is the fifth
Sunday in the month, Rev. C. L.
Dark, who has been 111 for some
time, will fill the pulpit at Oak
Grove in the morning. It is not
the regularly scheduled Sunday
for Oak Grove, but it has been so
long since ho preached there that
the change will be made out of
turn.
COMMISSIONERS
COURT
The following is the official
publication of the record of
claims before the Marion
county commissioners conn
for the January term, 1933,
with the amount allowed, bills
continued, etc according to
the records in the office of the
county clerk.
JANUARY TERM, 1938
Road District No. 2
C. D. Troudt, labor 1.9 a
Grant Jones, patrolman .. . 14.95
Road District No. 0
R. T. Hess, labor 1.99
Ervin Marks, do 1.99
Ray Wagner, do 2.98
J. W. Fahey, patrolman . . 8.96
Road District No. 7
F. A. Mangold, nails J. 95
Ross Cutsforth labor S.98
Joe EnBrlgo, do ....... B 8.73
Charley Foumal, do ..... 8.98
Donald Manning, do 8.98
Martin Schlechter, do .... 1.99
J. C. Tedder, do 2.98
P. E. Jensen, patrolman .. 34.90
Road District No 8
H. F. Butterfield, dynamite
etc 8.90
. F. Whitman, shovels, etc 2.25
.. O. Albin. labor 5.98
H. Brock, do 1.94
, Brock, do 9.94
M. Faulhaber, do 11.93
E. Haulter. do 11.9a
. Haulter, do 11.93
'. Kahut. do - 17.94
D. Orr, do 22.92
B. N. Miller, do . 19.43
Road District No. flU
Bert Butterfield. labor ... 15.9K
Ora Leary, do , 4.97
Anay mss, ao 7.9$
Albert Wenrpnrnth An 1 a
James McCormlck, patrlmn 29.88
Road District No. O
Henry Homann, patrolman 2.99
Road District No. 10
E. O. Byron, lumber 49.02
Peter Borchwa, Jr., labor . .99
Peter Borchwa Sr.. do . . . 1.9
Ed Koessler, do 1.74
Jacob Koppes, do 1.49
Road District No. 1 1
A. M. Hougen, labor 99
Road District No. ia
Fred Womack, patrolman . 11.96
Rovl District No. 14
William Lawrence, labor .. 1 a
Theodore Phillips, do .... 1.98
Road District No. IK
F. D. Knight, labor 1.99
O. D. McBrlde, do 99
Bertrand Iversen, foreman 4.47
Road District No. 17
A. Hoover, patrolman . 17.94
Road District No. IS
W. S. Clement, posts 7.35
Hill Top Grocery, nails ... .25
Cecil Boyd, labor a. 71
Wm. Clement, do . . . . ra . . 15.57
Orel Garner, do 6.71
Roy Hackenburr. do 19.90
Ted Jelderks. do s.98
John Meithof, do 19.90
Wm. Meithof. do 1.9&
Dewey Parmentier, do . . . 15.92
Arthur Punzel, do 2.73
Wm. Pnnsel, do . 1.74
David Schlag, do 10.20
Wallace Watson, do B 97
Art Baker, patrolman .... 58.30
Road District No. 20
Frank Errler. labor 6.97
W. A. Stabenow, do . 16.42
TTT wm V .
wm. r . rapiinger, pairimn. 0.7
Road District Va. 21
Roy Crabb, labor 99
waiao crabD, do 2.97
M. M. Magee, patrolman . . 13.18
Road District No. 22
Alfred Hersch, labor .... 4.97
Herman Kleen, do 4.97
Fred Hersch, patrolman .. 5.98
Road District No. 24
Bernard Zuber, labor .... 5.98
Fred Jones, do 7.9
Jos. Znber, patrolman .... 7.47
Road District No. 27
John Fabry, Sr., patrolman 22.93
Road District No. 28
George Arnold, labor 1.99
H. E. Beardsley, do ..... . 6.9 6
James Cogswell, do ..... . 6.96
John Coleman, do ....... 2.91
O. E. Davis, do . . 10.94
William Dletxman. do . . 7.96
J. W. Douglas, do .... ... 9.95
u. uaray, do .. 4.72
J. 8. Jones, do , ..... . 4 . 6.96
H. Morgan, do .......... 4.97
Gust Oraw, do ........ . . S.98
W, E. Pardo, do .U...., 4.97
J. H. Patterson, do ..... 8.98
Edward Pierce, do 6.96
Fred M. salsbnry, do .... 2.98
UlU Cttu An. m a
Isaac Schmidt, do ....... 8.96
u. sxeitcn, do . 4.97
Marry B. Smith, do ..,., 4.97
GOO. A. Wilson, do 11 S
W. W. Westenhouse, pa-
-xrounan 18.48
a -
Road District Vl 9 XL
J. JV Digram, labor 4.97
w. Jorgensen, do ..... S.98
Ed Pncket, do .......... 4.97
Road District No. SO
F. A. Ackerman, labor . . . 1 J 9
Road District No. S3
J. H. Mistier, sharpening
tools 2.1!
Road District Xo. 83
Joe Schmlts, labor .....,
- Road District No. S4
Walter Motor Cow, barrel
J. W. Allen, labor ........
N. A. Dow, do ... ; .v. ..
Frank Lomker, do .
A. T. Myers, do K. .....
1.99
1.50
11.94
1S.9S
S.98
17.91
10.94
S.97
S.98
11.94
18.90
17.91
14.27
99.38
11.96
2.50
11.35
19.90
83.52
37.80
19.89
19.90
19.90
19.90
68.74
Louis Myers, do .
Gilbert Myers, do
B. W. Peyree, do
John Rods, do ..
Solas Roda, do . .
1 mirrM
. K. . .
Glen Shelton, do ........
R. R. Myers, patrolman ...
Road District No. 85
Hammond Lbr. Co., lumber
E. J. Richards, patrolman.
Road District No. 80
Hammond Lbr. Co., shovel .
Hill Top Garage casing etc
Henry Beard, labor
M. M. Booker, do
B. V. Davis, do
C. E. Henderson, do
Paul Huettl, do
Newton Knutson, do
. . .
Peter Nystrom, do
J. F. Bewley, patrolman . .
Road District No. 88
Stroud, labor ......
Needhab, patrolman.
B.
D.
99
10
Road District No. 40
Hammond Lbr. Co., spikes
A. Decker, labor .........
Claud Sellard do
John F. Smith, do
E. J. Richards, patrolman.
Road District No. 44
Lenwood Beyer, labor ....
Henry Nleman, patrolman.
2.00
3.98
3.98
8.98
S0.91
8.98
14.95
Road District No. 45
W. H. Parr, labor 5.97
Road District No. 47
V. J. McAllister, labor ....
D. Mills, do
Road District No. 48
D. H. Looney, use of team .
Geo. Looney, labor
E. W. Hahn, patrolman . . .
Road District No. 49
A. K. Nelson, nails, etc. ..
98
98
3.75
2.73
4.10
1.92
1.99
Hugh Boyle, labor
Chris Hansen, do 1.99
Clarence Hansen,
do
1.99
1.99
1.99
8.97
.99
3.98
6.98
Harold Hove, do
8. F. Ogden, do
ezo
e 0 1
P. W. Owre, patrolman . . .
Road District No. 68
Martin Doerfler, Sr., labor.
C. E. Morley, do
Theodore Fisher, patrolman
Road District No. 55
Turner Hardware, pick han
dle, etc
Road District No. 50
1.00
Turner Hardware, pick.
handle, etc.
Road District No. 50
1.00
2.98
10.97
.99
16.43
W. E. Fuller, labor
A. M. Hougen, do
Fred Mehl, do
B. Z. Kaufman, patrolman
Road District No. 59
W. H. Lanktree, labor
Lewis Judson, patrolman
1.98
12.55
1.49
6.98
7.98
1.99
16.95
Road District No. 02
Arthur Baker, labor
Road District No. 04
O. E. Corey, labor
Louis Forcier, do
F. M. Hill, do
Earl Manning, do
John F. Manning, patrol
man
19.43
Road District No. 07
Fred La Bonte, labor
J. P. Myers, do
1.99
1.99
Road District No. 09
John A. Gilles. labor
11.97
Chas. Gilles, patrolman
2.99
Road District No. 88
Joe Harlan, labor
G. H. Marlatt, do
George Potts, Jr., do ,
John Potts, do
4.
7.
9.
7.
7,
11.
9
29
97
98
98
98
98
96
69
19
D. E. Turnidge, do
Ray Reeves, patrolman
Road District No. 19
Willard Savage, labor
W. G. Pearmine, patrolman
Market Road No. 1
Sherman Koker. labor
1.99
.87
1.28
8.97
8.96
1.99
2.99
7.96
2.98
5.97
5.97
5.97
5.97
6.21
6.21
8.98
3.99
3.98
3.98
8.98
3.98
Market Road No. 2
Geo. Looney, labor
E. W. Hahn. natrolman ....
Market Rood No. 7
Mannings, labor
F. Manning, foreman
Market Road No. 8
Ivan
John
Fred
Cyril
Jack
Helmig, labor
Kruplcka, do
Moore, do
Market Road No. ia
Knute Anderson, labor
Walter Andersen, do
Walter Bowman, do
Clarence Lynch, do
Tom Murhammer. do
H. Selby, do
R. Weathers, do
Market Road No. 20
W. E. Pardo. labor
Market Road No. 4
Cecil Boyd, labor
J. D. Davies. do
Harold Dutoit, do
Ralph Dutoit, do .
Orel Garner, do
Ted Jelderks. do
15.46
Pete Klenski, do
A. N. Parsons, do
Ray Patterson, do
David Schlag, do
6.97
7.98
3.98
3.99
13.45
11.96
Arthur Baker, foreman
Market Road No. mo
Delmar Davidson, labor
A. L. Emmons, do .
7.97
9.97
10.46
John Potts, do
Ray Reeves, foreman
Market Road Xn ki
Harold Vogt. fence 10 n
aiarae Koaa a xa
John Baldwin, labor .....
Leo Belgard, do
K. E. CahilL do
Martin Carter, do
M. R. Chrlsman. do
John Crawford, do
u. o. Davis, do
Grant Day, do
Dick Eastman, do
Joe Grigg, do
B. L. Hamilton, do
Elmont Koehler, do
C. R. Reinoehl, do
3.98
7.96
9.95
11.97
u. u. Rose, do
1.99
Geo.
Raeker, do
J.
P. Shock, do
W. E. Stiltman, do
jo. B. Stroud, do
1194
T.
D. Trick, do
Jack TurnbulL do
F. W. Turner, do
O. D. Needham, foreman
Road No. 57
O. a Hays, labor .
W. L. Jones, do -Louis
Koenig, do
S. F. Ogden, do .
Kenneth Toder, do .
P. W. Owre, foreman
Market Road No. OS
Willard Savage, labor
W. O. Pearmine, foreman
. J Bo Wo. 05
Fred Helmig, labor - -
Market Road No. TO
Sv a. Olbby, labor - - -Herman
Otjen, do
Market Road No. S2
39.91
9.96
3.97
3.99
S.98
6.95
10.48
1.2S
S.7S
1.97
1.91
.98
gob Toepper, labor
.99
4.43
J0 W. Etxel, foreman . , , '
Market Road No. 90
W. W. Westenhouse, fore-"
man
Market Road Ve. 91
T.4t
R. W. Wlnsbip, labor 8.
T. L. Davldsbn, foreman S.
98
97
00
00
00
66
48
98
47
.11
,83
41
74
94
17
.88
87
95
97
95
95
95
. 8.8. H. No. 108 . .-
John Hack, fenco 88.
Geo. J. Nettling, do . 140.
Frank Zlebart, : do , .,, ; ',. 19.
Nelson Gates, labor . r .. .,. 14.
John -Mack, do ' - . , 11.
John Grlesensuer, foreman 9.
Market Road Noa. 45 A 48
Bertrand Iversen, labor 7.
Market Road Noa. 74 A 75
Z. Kaufman, foreman 1.
MlsOL M. Roads
F. McGee, transitman M 81.
8. Swart, nso of car 46.
S. Swarf. Co. enrlneer -149.
Bert Butterfield. labor 18
Jas, McCormick, foreman M 20,
Malcolm Cooke, labor
18
L. Cook, foreman
86
11
14
Fred Berser. labor
Mike Gassner, do
Ralph Kelley, do ....
C. C. Stay ton, foreman
Noah Carter, labor
Judd Cuop, do
11.
94
95
88
J. Hallett. do
9.
22.
11.
7.
9.
5.
Robert Judson. do
Floyd Langston, do
Gilbert Lvons. do
Ray Manson, do
Art Messlnr. do
Fred Paulas, do ...
6.
Wm. Mcllwaln, foreman 71
D. BInegar, labor 71
A. Dutton. do
107
134
17
Ben H. Hawkins, do
E. Hennies. do
Neil Prince, do
12
51
Tyle Saere, do
M. VanCleare. da ....
9
W. C. Woolridge do 107
Misc. Bridsra Ace.
O. Albion, labor 11
.94
Robt. Bye Jr., do 21
16
97
96
C. Hays, do A
W. L. Jones, do 6
Ted Keunei, do . 23
.65
.97
.65
Donald Owre, do 5
Grear . . Robl. do i
Phillip Fischer, foreman . 66
90
Aewbers; Bridge Acet.
Electrlct Sup. Contg Co.,
electricity t
62
50
Yamhill Elec. Co., do . . . 1
AdministratiTe Expenses
O. Bower, cash adr,
for man 1
00
80
75
86
00
00
69
69
40
40
Capital City Bindery, log
naming wanks 22
Engineer's office At.
Atlas Book store, ribbon .
F. O. Johnson, salary and
expense iss
The Pacific Tel. Tel. Co.
telephone
Gladys M. Scott, clerk ... 78
Baena Vista Ferry Acct.
A. Snvder. labor so
Gilbert Snyder, do 39
General Exnenna Jlivf
Capital Journal, pub. claim 32
uregon statesman, do ..32
Motor Patrol Arri
Theodore A rem. use of
caterpillar
5.
1.
2.
00
45
00
82
64
33
82
82
98
42
82
A. B. Horner A Co.. bolts
Wm. Predeek, repair
radiator, etc
Omer Bartruff. labor
53
John Griesenauer, do .... 46
Wm. R. King, do 49
tester Mcllwaln, do 63
Raymond B. Miller, do 13
Tony Penka, do 5
E. J. Richards. 6n 10
Dan Scharf. do ks
Lee Wells, do 53
82
Frank R. Woelke, do .... 34
Clyde Woodruff, do . 47
38
84
Powder Acct.
Bert Hulst rent of
powder house ,
Tool House Acct.
2.00
D. G. Draeer. cash adr.
for freleht
2.83
Oregon Wash. Water Serv..
water 1.70
The Pacific Tel. A Tel.
Co.. telephone 8
33
51
Woodbury Co., bolts, etc 18
Truck Acct.
Mike Panek, adjust brakes,
etc. l
00
70
Joe Rocque. labor A carts 2
Wood Acct.
T. A. Juxa. reoalr saw
2.50
Mlseeuaneoiis Accta.
Geo. E. Allen, spikes, eta. 11.39
W. E. Burns, brake linlnr.
etc.
1155
D. G. Drafter, cash. adr. for
licenses
16.00
J. A. Frank Lbrt Co., lbr.
A. G. Haar A Co.. rear mte
72.94
16.50
Halns Top A- Body Shop, re
pair curtains 4.flK
R. L. Hart.-chalnman 8.97
Ira Jorgensen. bolts, etc. SIR 94
W. F. Kren. fence 28.80
John Kuschinck. lumber 78 90
The Geo. Lawrence Co.. oil
rings, etc.
37.93
93.64
17.85
20.70
4.60
84.25
Loggers ft Cont. Mach. Co..
valye assemblr. etc.
C. B. McElhaney, Toadvlew
Fred J. Miller, do ,
V. E. Newcomb. renslr H
Oregon State Hyg. Com..
axle. etc.
Salem Hdw Co., spikes, ete.
7.80
oaeu uu CO.. gasoline ....
14.3
Chas. K. Roauldinr
Co.. lumber
6.66
Union OB Co. of CaliL a-ae-
oune .... mta t
Valley Mach. A Weld Co.,
labor and part 10.60
Valley Motor Co., recharge
battery, etc 69.74
State industrial ace. com..
insurance nni
L. M. Case, banltnr rnt.i ha
M. Crouser. do "
v. m. do Coster, do 39.17
nipa a uiroa, do 78.43
Ronald Jones, da it n
J. A. Kapphahn, do 562.43
Cleo Keppinger. do 33.76
f. a. King, do ..332 58
ld ,Mr Ao '
J. O. Wilson, do . .
rVv P-J?0IJ?ra raTiI -...439.27
Chas. H. TTflTt An. 7.. o
- ......... AV.AO
- ....... i,.gu
inuepenaeneo Sand ft Gra-
vei co 28.00
Ladd ft Bnsh R.nVra An
McVey Sand ft Gravel Co.do 12.00
Oregon Gravel Co. do ...S6I8.91
E. L. Rirdon do 111 a
area womack do 41
Road District No. 14
Jesso Barkhurtt. l.Krw a
, ... .
Elmo Olson, do 9
F, A. Robbins, do ...... 8.
Road District No. 28 H
John Bowers, labor
B. D. Fiddler, do S
R. Dlstoan, do s!
Road District No. 88
Frank Jackson, labor .... 19.
Carl Knntsoa, do 19.
Richard Nystrom, do .... 69.
Edgar Wattera. do 19.
Marke TloyS . ia
John Bowers, labor 4
1.97
M. Crouser, do ........... 82.92
buss Fiddler, do ........ 2
R. Risteen, do , ........ s
Fred Zlmmsrle, .do ..... 8
R J, Bstten court, foreman 19
' - ' Road District No. 80
Gordon Dickie, labor . . . . . 7.
.Wlnfleld Ferguson, do. 1
.98
.97
.77
16
19.90
11.94
11.94
7.98
8.98
.99
S.98
S.98
1.99
S.98
.99
8.97
8.98
3.98
5.98
5.97
5.97
5.97
Market Road No. 10
Fred Gleswajn, labor . . . .
Frank Gilles, do
Earl Heeker, do
........
Frank Myers, do
wait. Riner, do
Mika Emita, ao
...... c
D. Troudt, do .........
Chas. Verdtfhburg, do ....
Market Road No. 58
Henry Schmidt, labor ....
Market Road No. 80
Lewis Smith, labor
A. R. Thomas, do
Leonard Walker, do
Miscellaneous Accts.
Roy Bevens, labor .......
Pete Jones, labor
Joe Polvaka, do
GENERAL FUND
JANUARY TERM, 1933
Poop Acrt.
Mrs. Rosanna Alcher, relief 15.00
Geo. H. Aschenbrenner, do. 8.00
Ells. Bayley, relief for self.
sister and brother 20.00
Ruth Bernvrelief 17.60
G. J. Molsan, tellef of A.
Bierward 7.50
Emma J. BIgler, relief .... 15.00
Chas P. Boies, do 15.00
Boys ft Girls Aid Soc., do . 25.00
Geo. Braugh, do 10.00
Elizabeth Brinegar, do . . . 20.00
Mrs. M. K. Brooks, ao ... 15.00
Mrs. Amos Brown, do .... 10.00
Jeneva E. Brown, do .... 15.00
Frank L. and Sarah A.
Burch, do 20.00
Edwin F. and Anna Butter
field. do 25.00
Mrs. Josie Campbell, do . . . 7.50
Mrs. Belle Churchill, do . . 10.00
J. Chamner, relief of E.
Clark 15.00
Mrs. Effie Cooder, relief . . 16.00
Jas. W.ft Mary E. Covey, do 20.00
Hi-Si Edith Cratsenberg, do 15.00
Mary E. Cummins, relief of
self and busband 20.00
Clara L.DImick, relief ... 25.00
Ulyssa Ellen Dodge, do ... 10.00
Mrs. Margaret Eder, do . . . 25.00
Mrs. Anna Engelhart, do .. 10.00
Valentino Fisher, relief of
self and wife 10.00
Leonard Fleischman, relief
of self and wife 15.00
John Fowler, relief 8.00
Florence L. Furman, relief
of self and husband .... 20.00
Carrie Gilbert, relief 15.00
Mrs. Ada L. Golden, do . . . 10.00
Jacob Gotthart, do 12.50
Mrs. Florence Graham, do. 20.00
L. Farlow, relief of Chas.
Groenlng 10.00
H. Harper, relief 8.00
F. Bewley, relief of Levi
A. Harris 10.00
G. J. Moisan, relief of Grace
A. Hart 10.00
Mrs. Hattie G. Hart, relief. 20.00
Geo. and Addie Hayes, do . 20.00
Lillian Hill, do 20.00
Robert Hodge, do 10.00
Mrs. Pauline Clark, relief
of Newt Hornbuckle ... 10.00
Mary Jackson, relief 15.00
Sarah E. Kephart, do .... 15.00
Katherlne Kopf, do 15.00
Mrs. Elizabeth Krause, do. 15.00
Ruth Larson, do 32.50
Bessie M. Elofson, relief of
Emma Lundeen 15.00
Eve Martin, relief 10.00
G. J. Moisan, relief of Paul
Matt 5.00
Mrs. Delia M. Shaw, relief
of Harry Meeker 25.00
Carl H. Johnson, relief of
Chas. A. Miller : 10.00
Reglna Moffenbler, relief . 15.00
Mrs. May Nelson, relief of
wm. Nelson 10.00
Mrs. Alvira Northcutt relief 12.50
Mrs. June Nussear, do . . . 25.00
Mrs. Klrsti Odman, do . . . 20.00
Anna Ott, do 15.00
Anni 8. B. Owens, do .... 15.00
Mrs. Louisa Pacquette, re
lief of self.. N. Pluard ft
J. Jeaudoin 25.00
Wm. H. Parrls, do 10.00
Mrs. D. A. Parsons, do ... 10.00
Mrs. Q. A. Parsons, do . . . 15.00
B. A. Borrevik. relief of
Olea Pedersen '. . 15.00
Chas. Peterson, relief .... 10.00
F. A. Pike, do 8.00
Anna Pugh, do 18.00
Anna F. Ratcliffe, do .... 20.00
Allots L. Redfern, relief of
Luella Redfern 20.00
W. L. Cobb, relief of Grant
Relfe 12.50
Eber Rember, relief 15.00
Mrs. Annie Renlck, do .... 15.00
Frank C. Clark, relief of
Cathrino L. Rhodes .... 16.00
Lucille Rogers, relief .... 15.00
M. J. Moisaa, relief of Jos.
J. Rondeau 7.50
Alfred Rose, relief 15.00
Henry L. Sags void, do . . ... 10.00
F. X. Saucier, do 10.00
John Schlehuber, do ..... 6.00
Lucy M. and Newton M.
Sewell 25.00
Newton M. Shepherd, do . . 15.00
Mrs. W. R. Slyter, do 15.00
Hugh B. Smith, do 10.00
Mrs. Eleanor Steward, do . .10.00
Mrs. Mary R. 8teward, do . 15.00
Hulda Stripling, do 8.00
Mrs. Alice Swanson, do . , . 8.00
Mortis M. Syphert, do .... 10.00
Mrs. Walter Tlnnel, do ... 25.00
Addle Topper, do 15.00
Savilla Waldron, do 16.00
Fern A. Wengenroth, do . . 20.00
Mrs. Anna L. Wheeler, do . 10.00
Mrs. W. H. Williams, do . . 10.00
Mary Wirts, do 15.00
Mrs. Mary F. Wood, do . . . 10.00
Mrsi Jane Woodward, do. . 16100
Andrew Tost, do 15.00
Alma Zuercher, do 30.00
T. M. C. A malnt. free em
ployment agency 50.00
Dr. V. B Hockett, 00 phy
sician 65.00
Clerk's Office Acct.
C. C. Ward, deputy 115.00
W. 8. Lamkin, deputy . . . .116.00
J. H. Ward, do .110.00
A. M. Presnall, do 100. 00
a. A. Judd, do 60.00
H. C. Matteon, do 45.00
Dos; License Fond Acct.
H. A. Judd, clerk 50.00
Assessor's Office Acct. ,
R. Shelton, deputy 116.00
A. W. Jones, do 115.00
Era Roberts, clerk 100.00
Alma Ackerman. do 100.00
Coart House Acct.
A, H. Wyatt, janitor 70.00
W. W. HUl, do 70.00
Li. Hobson, do .......... 70.00
Teresa Klrsch, elecator opr. 65.00
Dist, Attys. Office Acct,
Lylo J. Page, deputy .....100.00
Joyee Anderson, stenbg. .. 80.00
Salem Justice Coart Acct.
Alms Johnson, stenog. ... 78.00
Jrwreaflo Coart Acct,
Nona White, probation offl-
r ... ........109.69
- Rocoraer'a Offiea Acct.
Era a Lenhardt, deputy . .100.00
Myrtle E. Beecroft. do ...100.00
Ara a 8andbort. do 90.60
' Res. Electiom Acct.
4
RYO. Mattson, dark 45.00
cuool Bapfs, Office Acct.
C. E. Henderson, do .....
Frank Jackson, do . ,
Edgar Walters, do ...j...
Cora E. Reld, assistant . . 100.00
Cora E. Raid, truant officer 18.00
Wayne D. Harding, super
; visor ............... 120.00
Sealer of Wts.,JBr If easares Acct.
J. F. Jones, sealer ....... 33.10
Sheriff's Offiea Acct,
8. O. Barkhart, deputy 124.69
B. R. Smith, do 184.69
W, Richardson,"" do 109.69
F. T. Wrightman, do 114.49
8 J. Butlerdo ...109.69
J. H. Rolanddo 63.84
Prohlr-af. Fond Acct,
W. T. Barber, depnty . ,. 134. 69
Treasurer's Office Acct.
W. T. Richardson, deputy .115.00
Poor Acct.
Nona White, relief of Jo
sephine Chllders 25.00
Samuel plnmmer, relief . . 10.00
Assessor's Office Acct.
Burroughs Adding Mach.
Co., ribbons 77
The Commercial Book Store
Ink. etc 6.10
Elliott Printing House, let
terheads 8.66
Jas. H. Nicholson, Inc., pre
mium on bond 15.00
Rahn McWhorter Paper Co.
PPer 13.70
O. A. Steelhammer, cash
adr. for stamps ....... 1.50
Auditing Acct.
J. H. Roland, auditor 58.50
Paul Grlebenow, auditor. . 58.50
Circuit Coart Acct.
Robert Craddock, profes
sional services 100.00
Roscoo F. Hunt, reporter. 177.60
cont'd
Frank A. Mlnto, use of car 14.70
Clerk's Office Acct.
TJ. G. Boyer, expenses ro
convention 970
Homer H. Smith Ins agen
cy premium n-bond.... 50.00
Coroner's Office Acct.
Dr. B. F. Giesy, examina
tion 50q
Dr. H. A. Beauchamp, ex-
amlnation 5.00
Co. Court ft Commissioners Acct.
Lars R. Bergsvik, legal
services rendered 50.00
U. O. Boyer, casB adv for
tamp. , 00
E. M. Niles, typist 12. 00
Oregon Statesman Publ.
budget
J. H. Porter, salary and
t ?P!n?. 137.50
J. E. Smith, do 120 90
Thateher printing Co., let
terheads jo0
Capital Journal, publish
ing claims 27 20
Oregon Statesman, do.... 2720
Court House Acct.
Brown ell Electric Co. lamps 6 30
Capital City Laundry,
londry j 25
Ray L. Farmer Hdw. Co.
n . etc 1ST
Oregon Wash Water Serv,
water 14.00
Otis Elevator Co. elevator
maintenance g.OO
H. Schellberg repair work. L49
R. L. White, mdylng keys,
tc e.io
Delinquent Tax Foreclosure Acct.
Edwin Keech, professional
services 7500
Capital Journal, Publ. De
linquent Tax Foreclos
ures 556.00
Oregon Statesman, do 522.75
Dist. Attys. Office Acct.
Dr. E. A. Lebold, autopsy
on a Boran body JflLOO
Herd Inspector Acct.
Dr. G. F. Korinek, Asst.
Inspector 48.00
Dr. Fred W. Lange, do 80. 5D
Dr. A. W. Simmons, ao.,.138.87
Horticulturist Acct.
S. H. van TrumD. salary
ft exnenses iKn
Indemnity for SL Dis. Cattle Acet.
H. E. Beardsley. indemnity ISA
P. Chehak. do it 89
Arthur Gath. do .-. 7. .10
Arthur Gath, do ........ 17.50
Uoyd A. Heinz, do 5.49
Leo Hobart, do 4.58
David H. Looney, do..... 17.50
E. J. Pearce. do 7.50
Jail Acct.
D. Bower, board of pri
soners 427.90
Frank Mlnto, do 18.85
Red Cross Pharmacy.
medicine 12.60
Salem Jastice Coart A ret.
8. C. Catlln ft R. K. Pare.
rent 40.00
W. E. De Long, use of car. 37.62
W. B. De Long, cash adv
for stamps 2.00
Juvenile Court Acct.
D. Bower, use of ear ... 2.40
lav Librarv Are
West Publishing Co., Pacif
ic Digests 9.50
Poor Acet.
American Red Cross, trans-
Dortation for Jess Smith . 1 1 IS
E. H. Beals, beans 13.84
A. L. Brougher. groc. for
Mrs. Berkner 6.37
J. L. Busick ft Sons
Groc. for E. Asher 6.00
Groc for Jane Warden 8.00
Groc for relief service ..1C3.S0
Salem Deaconess Hospital
care of Fred Baker 46.50
Cars of Amelia CottrelL. 46.50
Care of Ells. McAfee 46.50
Care of A. Relnbrecht 80.00
Cars of John Glandon 46.50
Care of Sherman Pittman 30.00
Cars of Mrs. Roby Kiser 46.50
Core of Olllo Olson 46.50
Care of Rich. Alexander 46.50
Care of Mrs. C. G. Pur-
ley 9.76
Care of W. B. Emery 46.50
Care of Mary Smith 24.00
Care of Bernico Wilcox 3S.00
Care of Willard Collard 24.00
Care of Mrs. L. Puckett 27.00
Care of W. Chenoweth 4.50
Care of C. W. Lowe 84.00
Care of Mrs. J. Chllders 19.00
Care of Mrs. C. Hutchlns 4.50
are of Mrs. G. F. Beal 28.00
Cars of Mrs. E. Huber 6.00
Cars of Mrs. M. B. Covey 14.50
Caro of Frank E. Holt 1.50
Care of Mr, j. UrTimv s ea
Capital Drug 8tore, pre
scription for Mrs. Era.ni 1.7 K
Csolan's Groeerr. rroe. for
airs, nils is.oQ
Carson Pharmacy, insulin
for Betker 8.10
Odessa Carter, ears of C.
Rhodes 2.00
Mrs. Alice Case, do 7.00
Central Pharmacy medicine
for L A. Loren 2.79
Mrs.. Dora Chues, cars or
F. and K. Upper 88.00
Frank C Clark, board of
inmates 8 20.18
Cntsforth Broa meat for
Emma Brown L62
A. DeJardlnw rroe. for Em
ma Brown at al 81.41
TL. 1- Kvana. rroe. far TTfola
McElroy 10.00
Fry's Drug Store,' medians
for poor ll.fO
Oreenbaum's Dept. Store,
cloth, for Isabel Costello
' etal... 11.59
Hammond lAr.-Cov gToo. n -
. for Nina Kahlor ... - -.11 as
Anna Hutchinson, car of
can Hagnes .......... 18.55
Mrs. X. D. Hutchenson, do .10.00
Jenkins Grocery, groe. for
Mrs. Van Arnam
Adam Lapis, wood for Mrs.
4.96
4.50
1.28
S.50
Hunter ;
W. Lewis, medicine for
poor
Lacy Mann, caro of C. I
-Rhodea ....
Donald and Cecil Manning,
digging-grave for Mrs.
Ceo. nraarh I la
Midget Market, bacon, etc 46.31
u. Miner son, pota
toes ..: 19S.KS
Miller ft Traeey, burial of
Jos. Schaner 41.9(1
Mrs. C. C. Mitchell, care of
Robt. Hall 15.00
Newport's Grocery, groc
for Mrs. Banrhn 10.00
W. G. Pearmine, apples ... 1.80
Perry's Drag: Store, medl- -
cine for poor 1.25
W. T. Rigdoa ft Son. Die,
burial of Mrs. Branrh .. fg.Ofl
Salem Drug Co'., medicine
ror poor g.5S
ft 1 o m Insurance Assn.
agents, ins. on Rateliff
nroo 1.00
Sllverton hospital, ears of
Joe Marsh, et al 106.59
Safeway Store No. 87 sugar
etc 401.21
M. Smith, groc for Mr.
Haves g.flfl
Southern Pacific Co., rent
of dwelling 1.00
Geo. W. Steelhammer, med
icine for H. J. Mar kin r . 12.67
Terwilllger Funeral Homo,
burial of C. W. Lowe .. 35.00
Mrs. Minnie Tlnnel, care of
H. J. Markinr lK.flft
Union Oil Co. of Calif-
serin book 11 AA
Valley Packing Co., bacon,
ete. 141.15
Chas. Vincent, wood for
Jennie Parker 4. AO.
Ennis D. Waits, compound 24.00
wm. wengenroth, groc for
B. Busuro 5.0 a
Western States Groc. Co.,
beans, etc 144 sa
Willamette Grocery Co..
mux, etc
324.50
Woodburn Water Works,
water ior Fleischman
family
1.00
14.99
3.0O
Woolpert ft Legg. medicine
ror poor
Co. Prooertv Acet.
Wm. J. Knox, window sash
C. O. Rice, city tre
street assess, on Beeman
property
20.20
6.01
5.97
5.97
Chas. K. SDauldinr Jr
Co., lbr.
W. J. Bates, labor
R. H. Henderson? do
Wm. Mellvatn An
11.97
Recorder's Office ee
Mildred R. Brooks, exp.
rep. convention e .i
Mildred R. Brooks. cab
ady. for stamns .ia
Salem Los. Arenta Aan
premium on bond , 15 00
Softool Sunt. nrrtcA
W. H. Burghardt. premium
on oona
Capital Journal, publ. not.
w. a,, jrinzer cq ink pads
Mary L. Fulkerson, trarel-
expenses
30.80
Wayne D. Hardin An.
J.' J. BTraos Cn nnml j',
Oregon Statesman, pubL
notice gj
Cora E. Reid. 4-H club exp. 10 00
Cora E. Reid, conducting
teachers exam g Qf
xxr Sifr8 ottk Acct,
W. T. Barber, trsv. exp. 31.10
O. D. Bower, da , o . .
O, A 3.11
D. Bower, raid .
. - . iur
stamps, etc
H. E. Hess, ahnrlff
18.50
inn.
veyinz Preston tto1.
Port. Gas ft Coke Co.. gas
Postal Tel. Cable Co., teJo-
sruu
Willis J. Roughton. premi
um on Donds aa
Si W'eP?frdl11' clerk 40.00
Paul Gribennw An. . . . .
f?..1. doTZZI 6o!oo
Mt iiueisen, do , 57 59
Surveyor's Of fice Acct.
rcuni uaiculaUng Mach.
Co., repairs to machine
Homer II. Rmit), t-
Agency, premium on
bond 5
n nTMMmr't Acct,
D. G. Drager, cash adv for
rubber stamp . , . . . .
Homer H. Smith "t'hV"
Agency premium on
250.00
Wood Are
J. V. Calkin APT
- wa-
Ion, cutting wood 20.00
Leo Cronn, do 83 80
Ernest Hondrick, do 18.50
Dog; License Fund Acct.
Irwin Hodson Co., license
UW 93.30
Paul Marnacb, collect, de
linquent licenses 72.68
G. D. Bowen, sheep killed
by dogs 2.50
H. F. Heater, do 17. SO
Harold Hunter, do 15.00
Geo. A. Judson, do Contt
Russell McAllister, do.... 2.50
Gilbert Rue, do Cont'd
jo an Schneider, do 10.00
Henry Vandevort. do ....
A. T. Wain, do
Miscellaneous Accts.
Atlas Book Store, staples,
etc
U. G. Boyer, cash adv for
express
9. O. Burkhart. traveling
expense
Ross E. Moores ft Co.
printing
The Pacific Tel. ft Tel. Co.
telephone
Patton Bros., pencils, etc.
B. R. Smith, traveling ex
penses . . .
Nona White, do .........
State Ind. Acc Com. in
surance Genevieve Foster, relief
17.60
7.00
2.37
44.40
28.00
98.90
32.08
23.74
4.00
48.08
17.50
Christine Howe, do . lS.AO
Mrs. Maad Klma, do 17.50
Mabel Lily Ross, do 17.50
Coroner's Office Acct,
Dr. C H. Brewer, examina
tion Dr. F. K. Power, do ..... .
Dr Walter E. Hempstead do
Dr. Woleott Buren, do
Dr. C W. Keens, do .....
Dr. J. 0. Mathia, do
Dr. Harold B. Myers, toxi
cologies! analysis ......
Dr. Edgar 8. Fortner, ex
amination ............
Edw. A. Lebold. do ..... .
Feeble IflxM Aecc.
6.00
5.00
S.00
8.00
S.00
10.00
15.00
6.00
5.00
Verdea B. Hockett, axamin-
aUoa
O. W. BJtUman, do . . . ..
. laaaskO Aoct, '
L. A. Steeves. examinatlom
Verden E. Hockett, do ...
8.00
8.00
8.00
15.00
5.00
.90
.45
1.60
9.00
3.34
.73
00
5.00
00
10
3.50