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Th OREGON STATESMAN. Salem. Oregon, Thursday Morning; Febraary f 1933
IS FASCIST I
On eve of Departure for new
Home in Enterprise;
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TALBOT. Feb. 8. A farewell
MTtr clTen Mr. and Mrs. A
L. Smmosi and family at their
bom Sunday night. The Emmons
hare traded their farm for a 31-
room hotel at Enterprise, owaed
ay William widman, who wiw im
aasdlately more to the Eifnnons
ranch. The Emmons family left
Guests present were Mr. and
lira. Gilbert Belknap, Mr. and
Mrs. F. B. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs.
Jake Gllmore, Mr. and Mrs. D. E.
Tnrnidge, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson
Gilmonr, Mr. and Mrs. George
Potts, Mr. and Mrs. Claude John
son, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cook,
Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Johnson, Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. Cole, Mr. and Mrs.
D. E. Blinston, Mr. and Mrp.
Lloyd Marlatt, Mr. and Mrs. Del
mer Davidson, Mr. and Mr.
Ralph Dent, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mrs. Addle Davidson, Mrs. Ed
Emmons, Mr. and Mrs. Jae Har
lan, Ms. and Mrs. John Calavan,
Klda Wintermantel, Phyllis Cole,
Loisel Mathews, Kreta Calaran,
Janet Belknap, Lorna Emmons,
Bene Blinston, Georgia Gilmour,
Lois and Louise Gilmour, Gaynel
Cole, Marjorle Cole, Neva Em
aaons, Ida Belknap, Frank Gil
moor. J. D. Farr. E. II. Belknap, El
mo Brown, Henry Hockspier, Al
bert Vories, Edwin Swartz, Wal
ter Wolf, Donald Smith, George
Potts, John Potts, Dale Bohna,
Donald Cole, Frank Pack, William
Taylor and Roswell Wright.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmons were pre
sented with a picture of Mt. Hood
by the Talbot Womens' club and a
beautiful glass dish from Ankeny
Grange Slates Dance
Ankeny grange met Saturday
Bight. Supper committee appoint
ed for the next meeting is Elda
Wintermantel, Janet Belknap, El
mo Brown and Lindsay Doty. The
lecturer's program follows: Read
ing, Loisel Mathews; piano duet,
Mrs. Eugene Flnlay and Roswell
Wright; reading, Edwin Swartz;
dialogue, JuTenile officers; piano
duet, Mrs. Flnlay and Roswell
Plans were made to glre a
7:10 o'clock chicken dinner Feb
ruary 18 In honor of the grange
birthdays. Mr. Farr, past master,
was In charge of installation of
The grange wjll sponsor a sup
er dance at the hall Saturday
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Mrs. Peter A. Drury, well-known
Washington and New York society
member, who has the distinction of
being the only American woman
ever to have been made an honorary
member of the Italian Fascisti.
Mrs. Drury. who returned home re
cently, was the official guest of
Premier Benito Mussolini, who per
mitted her to visit Italian prisons
in connection with her study of
Major Schoof Speaks
For Scio Students
SCIO, Feb. 8. Major G. H.
Schoof, mounted constable of
Canada, addressed the entire
school Tuesday morning In the
high school auditorium. He dis
played various skins. Including
bear, snake, zebra, lion and croco
dile; blankets, uniforms of . ie
armies of different counties;
weapons, including an Australian
boomerang, war clubs, an ele
phant gun, sabers and swords.
BOY FOR BABBS
VALSETZ. Feb. 8. Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Babb are parents of a
seven-pound boy, born Sunday at
MT. ANGEL. Feb. 8. Rev.
Adelhelm Roellin, O.S.B.7 former
assistant pastor of St. Mary's
church, died at the Holy Cross
sanatarium in New Mexico Sun
day and will be buried from the
abbey chapel tiere Saturday morn
lag at 10 o'clock. He had been
suffering from tuberculosis of the
throat and had gone first to Ariz
ona and later to New Mexico In
a vain effort to ward off the dis
ease. Father Adelhelm was born in
Walcbwil, Switzerland, March 9,
1885. He received his education
In Brengarten, Switzerland, com
ing to Mt Angel In 1919 where
be completed his studies at Mt.
Angel college and seminary. He
made his solemn profession De
cember 15, 1920, and on June 3,
19S5, was ordained to the priest
bood by Archbishop Christie.
Prior to his departure for Ariz
ona Father Adelhelm served as
editor of the Armen Seelen Fre
aad, a magazine published by the
Benedictine Fathers, besides being
assistant pastor of the parish
church and chaplain at Mt. Angel
academy. He also taught German,
Latin and Greek at Mt. Angel col
lege for several years.
He Is survived by his mother
and four brothers still living in
Switzerland and one brother In
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Lincoln Buthday indicates one Winter Sport out
ing. Washington's' Birthday implies another.
Organize your party and arrange for aeoommoda- -tiona
And while you're on your holiday, call homeward.
Beassure the family of your safety. Let then hear of
your good times.
. It is fast, easy and satisfying to telephone.
The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company
.Business office, 740 State Street, Phone 3101
to the Public
Store closed all day
Thursday, February 9,
to rearrange and mark
down entire stock. -
Ladies, Be First
1 Lot of Ladies'
Mostly small sizes
Limit: 1 Pr. to Customer
See Window Display
A. D. Thomson, the greatest
bargain giver of the west,
now selling out one-half of
the Kafateria Shoe Store!
You will have to hurry on this Lot
of Men's $1.25 to 1.50
WHILE THEY LAST
None sold to Dealers
A REAL SALE
1 Odd Lot of
Values $1.25 to $1.65
i WHILE THEY LAST
BUY NOW AND SAVE
Here is a Knockout!
One Odd Lot of Men's 16 in.
High Top Boots
Sold Regular $6.50 to $8.50
WHILE THEY LAST
Black and Brown, formerly sold at
$4.85 to $5.85, to clean up at, choice
ALL SHOES REDUCED
One Lot of Women's
Values $3.50 to $4.85. While they last
Apply to the Manager
A. D. Thomson
Bm Sale Opens With a Bang
Be in Line, Be on Time, for Salem's Greatest Shoe Sale!
tfmhVT Kafateria Shoe Store
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for Big Boys' and Men's
These shoes are being
sold cheaper than you
can repair your old ones.
2 Pairs to any one Customer
357 State Street, Salem, Ore.
Over 4000 pairs of men's,
ladies' and children's shoes
now on sale at the Kafateria
NEVER IN THE HISTORY OF SALEM HAS A MERCHANT
GONE TO SUCH LIMITS TO SELL.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC OF SALEM AND SURROUNDING
COUNTRY READ THE REAL REASON FOR THIS GIGAN
We are not going to give yon a lot of
buncum and hot air. The real reason for
this sale is that Mr. Cohen needs cash and
needs it quickly. As almost everyone
knows, for the past 4 years Mr. Cohen has
been having trouble with his eyesight and
he intends to leave on February 25th for
New York City, as he has made an ap
pointment with the famous Dr. Feinbloom,
who has proved his ability to restore
sight with the telescopic glasses. Anyone
in Mr. Cohen's condition would give away
the entire store to regain his eyesight,
and he intends to do so if he has to. Now,
he needs money for his expenses east, and
to satisfy his creditors while he is away.
To do this right he has employed Mr. A.
D. Thomson, the greatest Price-Cutter in
the West. His orders to Mr. Thomson
were: "Thomson, go the limit. Cut, slash,
do anything, but get me $3,000. I don't
give a rap if I take a $1,000 loss on this
sale. Get the money, that's all I ask."
Now, folks , get this from Thomson:
'This wiU be no fake sale with only a few
"leaders". Remember we have over 4,000
pairs of shoes men's, ladies', boys', miss
es and children's. EVERY pair win be
reduced. Now, remember, you are buying
shoes from a store where Honesty and
Quality reign supreme, where every pair
of shoes wiU be sold WITHOUT MISREP
RESENTATION a real Money-Raising
sale. Every pair of shoes in this gigantic
stock win be thrown on bargain counters
and plainly marked at the Greatest, Most
Ridiculous, Price Cutting Event of mod
ern Times. Be on Time! Be in Line, to
Salem's greatest shoe sale at the Kafa
teria Shoe Store, 357 State St., Salem,
Remember, this sale lasts only 8 days.
Opening date, 9 a. m. sharp, Friday, Feb.
10th, and closing 9 p. m. Saturday, Feb
A word to the wise: BE ON TIME!
SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY FOR
LESS THAN THE PRODUCERS COST
Big Lot Boys' Better
Values to $3.85.
While they last
Here is a Red Buy!
About 160 Pairs of
AH odds & ends. Hardly
any 2 pair alike. Formerly
sold from $1.95 to $3.95 a
pair. While they last
Notices A few f these shoes
re elifhtiy soiled bvt real
The Greatest Bay of the
Choice of Ladies' Misses'
Value Regular $1.50 to
$25. Choice while they
or 2 Pairs for $1.00
The Greatest Shock to Prices That Has Ever Hit Salem!
1 Lot of Children's
A Regular $1.5(5 value to clean up at
Only 47 Pairs left
A SALE OF SALES
1 Lot of Men's
Consisting of black and tan oxfordst
also a number of shoes sold regular
at $3.00, $4.00 and $5.00 a pair.
NOW IS THE TIME
$3.50 Men's 8 in.
BE ON TIME
1 Big Lot of Ladies'
Natural Bridge Shoes
Always sold at $5.00 & $6.00. Nation- ,
ally advertised shoes. Pumps, Ties, ft
Straps. Now at the one low price
Patent Leather only
Odd Lots of Ladies
While they last
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