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

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lTne OREGON STATESMAN, Balemy f Oregon, Tuesday Mornirisft March 23, 19331
Two men Wearing red
Masks tie Occupants to
Bed; $60 Taken
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AtTMSVILLB. March J? (Spe
cial) Two men wearing red I
ssaski entered the Claude Boone
confectionery and service station
acre at o'clock thla morning,
tied both Mr. and Mrs.. Boose to
' their bed, ransacked the premises
- and made their getaway with
$10 in cash and all cigarettes and
tobacco In the place.
-This is the third robbery at
. tills service station, and In the
last two the owners hare been
bound and considerable loot se
Covered With Goa J
car droTe up and honked. As
Mr. Boone went out, he was cov
ered with a gun, and driven back
Into the bedroom in the It-ring
quarters at 1 rear of the store.
Mrs. Boone.' hearing the threats,
attempted to escape by the back
door, bnt was covered by the sec
end masked man. Both were
thrown on the bed, their bands
tied and sheets used to strap
them to the bed.
The robbers demanded-to know
where more cash was, ransacked
the place and left, first locking
all doors and taking the keys
with them.
Mrs. Boone meantime freed
herself, grabbed a gnn and shot
ent the window at the ear as it
started off. She does not know
whether the ballet hit the mark.
Neighbors saw .the ear and
men; bnt attacked no signifi
cance nntll too late.
Recently someone made a mys
terious call to the Lee Highberger
home, but Highberger frightened
him or them away.
MILL CITY. March 11 The
fifth annual senior night of the
high school, held by the outgoing
class to raise' funds to help defray
the costs of graduation, this year
featured three one-act plays
which were greeted with a crowd-
ed house. The plays were directed
by the class adviser, Mies Elsie
Crail. Ed Chance was business
manager and Sylvia Farmen prop-
erty manager.
Taking part In the plays were
Telma Anderson, Mary Alice B ru
der, Edward Chance. Jenella Gen
try. Betty .Gough, Earleen Grob
lebe, Benton Klrby, Frank Mor
avec, Eduard Rada, Elberta Roda,
Morris 8elm, Alice Smith, Estel
Swan, Florence Swift and Kath
ryn Wachter.
In May the boys of the high
school ar maklnr Diana tn nr.
sent an entertainment wbfrh will
consist of musical numbers, three-
tart songs, character and athletic
ongs, and sklta. Some of the boys
will appear in the performance
dressed as girls. The dosing scene
will picture a camp fire around
which are grouped cow boys sing-
tag wild-west songs.
Thls program is being held un-
f er the direction of Harbo Thome.
son who has been Instructing in
norus work in the school during
the past year.
MONMOUTH, March 17 F.
W. Bell, 71. died suddenly Sat
urday at his farm home between
Monmouth and Jtlckreall. He had
been farming In this community
since 1916.
Born Oct. 12, 1860 at Punxa
tawney, pa., he was married Feb.
S, 1881 to Mist Mary Smitten at
Bellvlew. Pa. They came to Ore
gon in 1111 living for 'a time
near Salem. Snrvlvinc are the
Flit Ml
widow and five children: Mrs. I Thursday morning while the tarn
Charles Hays end Mrs. Ross H was getting breakfast. Mr
Miles, both of Portland: Dr. Jo-
aesh Bell. Louisville. Ky.. Bur -
ton C. Bell. RIckreall: and Huh
" Ben of ChicOl Cat. - - ' 4 -
Funeral services will be held
Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at
the famllt . home In eharre of
C. W. Henkle of Dallas.
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Small -Tracts Sold
From Turner Land
At North Santiam
-Pruitt and Henderson, realtors,
have been selling a number of
mostly 20 and SO -a ere tracts from
the property formerly known as
the Turner estate.
.Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stage of
Salem and a Mr. Harper are two
of the buyers.
Willis Keithley Jr is expected
home Monday from Cosmopolls,
Wash., where he has been 40 days
assisting with the music in a re
vival meeting held by the Rev.
X. X. Bailey..
The boys 4-H 'camp cooking
club met Friday afternoon.' Mem
bers of the club are Wayne Bond.
. Robert Beal, Don Spies, . Floyd
, Smith, Robert Bethle, - Royal
Scott. Orville Tucker, Joe Welfe,
Waldo A. Riches la dub leader.
Whan year, eyes suffer '
swain they leas their
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Owing to the unsafe condition of many of the churches
which -were badly shaken by the disastrous earth
tremors, hundreds of residents of Long Beach. CaL,
attended open-air church services to offer thanks for
their preservation. This touchinc scene was enacted
MILL CITY, March 17 The
Mill City Woman's club held its
annual club dinner Thursfty
night, when husbands of the rn .fi
bers were complimented guests.
For this affair the Four-L hall
was used and was decorated ap
propriately. At 6:20 o'clock an
elaborated three course dinner
was served.
A short program consisting of
violin solo by Mrs. Sven Ellasen,
rocal solo by Miss Meldon Raines,
piano solo by Nina Waaswortn
Kahler, two harmonica solos by
Miss Beatrice Jepsen, reading by
Mrs. Leroy E. Dike, and two pl-
ano duets by Helen and Arthur
Mason, were greatly enjoyed. At
cards. Miss Gwen Johnson and Ce-
cil Schaer held high scores and
Mrs. Leroy E. Dike and Mr. D. B.
Hill, consolation,
Mrs. R. L. Cooper is president
of the club. Over sO were present.
DAYTON, March 17 William
Roicustein. sr., at, a resident oi
Dayton since llll. died at his
frm aom ,n the Pleasantdale
neighborhood Saturday, suddenly
of heart' disease,
He was born In Germany July
mi. where he was married
and ,,Ted for time before com-
lag to America in 1169; he lived
In Iowa II yeara and came to Day-
ton in 1888. Mrs. Reiehsteln died
anoui nine years ago.
tie is survived ny taree sons
and four daughters. They are:
Charlie of Medford, Fred and Wil
liam, Jr., of Dayton, Mrs. Anna
Betikofer of Washington, D. C.
Mrs. Mary Richards of Kelso,
Wash., Mrs. Louisa Hanvllle, Day
ton, and Mrs. Herman Wilson of
Sheridan. Funeral rites were held
Sunday, with burial in Dayton I
O. O. F. cemetery.
VALSETZ, March 27 Charlie
Kellogg's home burned here
nd Mrs. Kellogg both suffered
1 burns on the hands and face.
Charlie bad made a fire in the
cheating stove and a faulty - tlae-
I was the cause of the fire. Enough
groceries and provisions were lost
to last the tamuy tor live montna
A lew eiotnea, sewing maenine
and kitchen range were all that
was saved. The family is now in
the eld home of Bert Babb.
A Community Ovncd Gtorc
Phono 9456 356 N. liberty Ot.
Feed prices are all advancing; It wOl pay 7 on to stock up your cummer's needs at these
very low prices ; vW will try and faava these prices' effective until April 22.
, Crown Chick
X.2act3 100 lbs.
Crown ICcmplete lSyi :;
at B Libia's Bowl, Lone Beach, where hundreds of
refugees, many of whom were rendered homeless
knelt at prayer in thanksgiving for their deliverance
from the peril that brought death to many of thai
fellow citizens.
Honor Roll
For Dallas
Is Lengthy
DALLAS, March 17 City
School Superintendent R. K. Tur-
ner has announced the high school
honor roll for the quarter ending
March 17. as iouows:
Freshmen: Genevieve Blake,
Helen EHe, Erha Enns, Virginia
Goodlow. Alma Hiebert, Ivan
Ickes, Albert Klassen, Violet Lar-
son. Carl May, Kenneth McCub-
bins, Fred McFetrldge, Emmet
McGee. Dorothy Palmer, Doris
Rlggs, Beda Savory, Marguerite
Weigant, Robert Woodman and
Fred Zents.
Sophomores: James AUgood,
Betty Bradshaw, Virginia Brown,
Frank Butler, Howard Campbell,
Clark DeHaven, Bernlce Elle,
Paul Friesen, Joe Guthrie, Robert
Hartman, Dorothy Jones, Gladys
May. Ruth Plummer, Zaneta Rei-
ner, Nile Kootnson, ainarea
Schneider. Mary Staats, Myrai
Starbuck, Lavelle Trueax, Stanley
Turrell, Arlene voth.
Juniors: Ormond Aebl, Carl
Black. Jessie Critchlow, Bill Dal-Ufr.
ton, 8am Dashiell, Rosena Dorn-1
heckscr. William Fischer, Jane
Helms. Lydia Hiebert. Henry
nucver, aiiia uange, irene parson,
luuins much, ataria neuieiot,
Marianne Peters, Kenneth . Plum-
mer. Ada Sehmitt, Henry Schmltt,
Bula Smith, Lois Walton and Nor -
man woirer. i
Seniors: Orva Aebl, Robert All-1
sow. '.
Kenneth Dornhecker, Anne 1
Harms, Alice Hereth, PauHne
nugnes. unariea ung, , Marries
uocaung, ueneviere jraiierion,
Laura Peters, LeAnra Peters, Ha
zel Plummer, Karl Reiser, Elea
nor Rutledge, Eslie Schroeder,
Myrtle Shlvely. Eugene Stoller,
Naomi Syron, and Robert Woods
Mid-year freshmen: Carolyne
Relswig and Adell Eearle.
Post-graduates: Ruth Betts, Ar
tie Mae Hartman, Laura Marsh,
and Helen Shreeve
Mrs. Will Yoder
Final Rites Held;
Burial at Hubbard
HUBBARD, March 27 The fu
neral of Mrs. Will Yoder, 41, was
held at the family home Saturday.
Mrs. Toder died Thursday from
complications following the meas
les. Interment waa in the Hubbard
Surviving relatives are the wid
ower and five children: Vance,
Zane, Pearl, Gerald, and little two
year old Rosins'; one brother,
Marlon Olswald.
The family was quarantined for
scarlet fever which Vance con
tracted at Woodborn, and could
net attend the-funeral.
HUBBARD, March 27 TM
date of the high achool. play, alter. He is confined in Seattle
Will 1 Won't" haa been changed hospital for treatment for a can
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PoaiottojlOO Ds.
fe.i INNV1LLE. March 17
j.m. s. Bickford was born in
Centerville, Appanoose county,
i0wa, August 20, 1850. He passed
away March 19, 1183, at the age
0( sz years. 6 months and 28
days. Funeral services were held
March 22
He had three sisters: Mrs. Rath
A. Porter, Clearfield, Iowa; Mrs.
Rhode Shearer, Payette, Idaho,
Mrs. Bella Condon, Orange, Cali-
fornia; and one brother, L. J,
Evans, Aurora, Nebraska,
On September 19, 1872, he was
married to Susan Clara Cafferty
and moved to Hamilton county.
Nebraska, where he homesteaded
t0 this union there were seven
children: J. D. Bickford. Aurora,
Nebraska: Mrs. C. E. Robbins.
Amity; Mrs. S. L. Davis, Fort
Lnnton. Colorado: Miss Jessie M
Bickford. Salem; B. U. Bickford,
Portland: Mrs. E. D. Hart. Salem:
-nd R. Bickford. deceased.
Mrs. Bickford passed away
March 10. 1888. On Julv l. 1890.
Bickford married Emma H.
Howenstine. From this union
there were four children: Mrs. B,
j. Cochran, Amity; Mrs. C. R. Mc-
Callf McMinnville; Mrs. Maale La-
Rae Walla Walla, Washington;
Rll-Ml . Bickford. Portland.
H had on .tepdaughter. Mrs. C.
Gaunt. Los Angeles, California.
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to Colorado but came back to Me-
-nVi1k 4- iai i- 1017
cum tai thare
UBtll nU death.
WOODBURN, March 27 About
2 a or 30 chiropractors from all
over the state met at the home of
Dr. P. O. Riley Thursday night to
form a public health league for
the general Instruction of the nub-
,,e "garding chiropractic health
It is planned to issue a publica
tion in the near future that will
deal with drugless practices and
these are to be distributed all
over the country.
Officers were elected as follows:
Dr. P. O. Riley, president, Miss
Thelma Naln of Portland, secre
tary: Dr. A. B. Budden of the
Western State College of Port-
1 land, vice-president; Dr. J. Harry
Moran of Salem, Dr. W. H. White
and Dr. Jt. A. Powell of McMinn
ville, directors. A convention will
be held at Portland in May.
LIBERTY. March 27 Friends
here have received word that the
I condition of Mr. Hamel la heu
l car of the face. Vn. Rimi fa i
? Seattle to he near him.
pin warn
Mabel i Schif f erer is Chosen
Queen at Turner High 7
- . School Affair
TURNER, March 27 The
carnival v put ' on by. the Turner
cuooi Tieay nignt wu bv Dig me
cess hy; way; of presentation, at
tendance and finance. The domes-
tie science room was converted
into a laneh room,"
The girla attractions included
"The King and the Bandit." mu
sic, freak show, fortune telling,
photographiei shop and fish pona.
The boys', for their, show offered
boxing and wrestling, nigger-baby
target, baseball throwing, semi
civilised wild man, and other at
tractions. The opening program
was given in, the auditorium with,
two short plays "Cats With Whis
kers" given by Marlon Cook. Har
old Fowler, Marjorle Plckard, En
gene Mellls, Emma Denyer, Dale
Johnson, Leone Cook, Alvin Gar
ner, Albert Jensen; and "They're
Not What They Used to . Be,! by
Turner Dramatic club members:
Archie Rankin, D. B. Parks, Hel
en . Wltsel, Mabel - Tucker, Marion
and Arthur. .Parks,' Helen Peets,
Cecil Martin, and Nellie Given.
The girls' high school quartet,
Edna and -Anna Johnson, Emma
Parr. . and . Gwendolyn McCully,
sang, . accompanied by Blade Fol
lis, musical director t the blind
school who also favored with in
strumental solos. A elog dance
by two primary girls, '.-Betty
Peets and Mary Lacy, was well re
ceived. The vote for queen of the car
nival favored Mabel Schif f erer, a
freshman girl, who was presented
for the crowning with Mayor
George Crume doing the honors.
SILVERTON, March 27 Men
of the Sllverton Hills Community
club entertained the women of
the organization at a program and
dance Saturday night. An unus
ually large group attended.
Among the outstanding num
bers were the selections by the
Woodmansee orchestra of Salem;
the burlesque on the H. E. C.
band, In which ten men, led by
C. V. Murray, dressed as women
and Imitated the women's band;
dancing number by the Leslie
young people. Following the pro
gram the men served supper.
It was announced that an old
time dance will be given at the
hall Thursday night with music
furnished by the Leslie orchestra.
Announcements were also made
of the various contests of the fed
erated community clubs which
this club would enter, including
public speaking, the orchestra and
the history contests.
r.nimsws Srirra
Drama Goes Over
In Large Fashion
CHEMAWA, March 27 An ap
preciative and large audience wit
nessed the senior class play, "The
Green String," given at the audi
torlum Saturday night under di
rection of Miss Antionette White,
Lakt LouiUtCanada
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Luckies are distinctive in character
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The wHde world overa people want
cigarette that has character . . .
and mildness . .That's why they
diooteLaddes. '4 ;
The Cream of die Crop ia
those four wordsyou hare the
reason for Lucldea character a
In tha cast weranYtneenr Pratt,
Leroy Grenier; Harold Bcrys, Os
car Braden, Melba-Arnoux, Marie
La France, Sophia Fowakee and
Esther Hillman. . .
Music between acts .was fur
nished by the Troubadours, but
can Brown's orchestra and Nina
Jack sang two vocal solos.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Smith en
tertained the play east after the
how. . , ,
PEDEE, March 27 The school
boards met the past week to hire
the teachers. The grade school
hired Mrs. Frank Osborn for the
lntermeditee gradea and ' Miss
Young tor the primary. The union
high school board rehired Mr
Brady for the coming year. This
will be Mr. Brady's fourth year.
The Women's Missionary socie
ty met at the home of Mrs. Joe
Trueax recently. The meeting was
opened by the president. Mrs. P
M. Rltner. Mrs. Sheythe gave the
life of David Livingston and Mrs
Fogg gave a bible study.
Members present included Mee-
oamee saeytne, p. Ritner. Ray
Martian d. cieil Kerber. Will Mc-
carmack; Mollcy Lacy. C. L. Bur-
bank, Fogg and Trueax. Mrs. W.
O. McCan was a visitor. Plans
were made . tor the ortical eon
test to be given soon.- Mrs. C. L.
Burbank was appointed chairman
for a mission box to be sent to
the Yachats mission. This box of
elothing and other useful articles
was sent Friday. -
A young people s missionary so
ciety was organised under the su
pervision of the W. M. S. Miss
Joe Trueax was elected president
and overseer of the organization.
Those present were Misses Cleo
Kearns, Nala Warner, Ethel Fagg
and Willamette Dye and Messrs
Robert Skelton, Chester McCan,
Gordon Hosmer arid Charles
Fagg. '
SUBLIMITY, March 27 A.t the
regular meeting of the Women's
Catholic Order of Foresters, the
following officers were elected:
Chief ranger, Mrs. Grace Dit-
ter; vice chief ranger, Mrs. Ida
Zuber; recording secretary, Isa
bella Ditter; financial secretary,
Mrs. Mary Meier; treasurer, Mrs.
Nettie Crump; trustees, Mrs. Ma
rie Steinkamp, Mrs. Ida Steffles,
Mrs. Rose Rlesterer; conductors,
Mrs. Ella Boedlgbeimer and Mrs.
Marie Hottlnger; sentinels, Mrs.
Mary Duchtsteag and Mrs. Eliza
beth Koenig. The delegate to the
state convention was also elected.
Mrs. Grace Ditter waa elected del
egate and Miss Isabella Ditter, al
A Joint installation of officers
of the Stayton court and Sublim
ity court will take place at Sub
limity April 20 at the regular
Marjory Tate, the five year old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Winnie
Tate, received cut about the
mouth and loosened teeth, when
the automobile in which she waa
riding with her mother, struck
the rear of a machine driven by
Charles Drake of Salem on Court
street in Salem.
of the woiid, both bete and ovencss,
Joy ia Lfe,tis always Tuckfes Please
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unique in mildness
character that sets diem
all odker dsarettes. -The choicest
tobaccos are ased and mellowed.
; for nearly three years .
TTpasted for trw"rldtiess Vct ;
these two reascms Character and
Mildnes--LttcHea Please!-
Nickel Admission "
. Brings Out Crowd s
; For. Club's Comedy
"When a Man'a Single a three
act comedy, was presented by tal
ent from the - Community elnb
Friday night at the school house.
The house waa tilled to capac
ity. At only five cents admission,
Thoro-s good
ma7 the
This summer, Chicago invites you to see "A Century of
Progress." It is a twenty million dollar show staged by the
best artists, architects and engineers in America.
We have received a great many inquiriei concerning it.
-When is it?" they ask. "What will it bje like?" "How
much will it cost to go?"
Let us answer these questions for you. Let us show how
you can include, la one memorable trip, romantic Califor
nia, the colorful Southwest and 'many other places you've
wanted to see. From most western Oregon ana Washington
points the summer fare this way is mot 1 more than via
other routes.
Mail the coupon for information about the World's Fair,
rail and Pullman rates, hotel and other costs in Chicago.
J. A. ORMANDY, 705 Padfie Bcdlding, Portland, Oregon,
PUast stud wu WORLD'S FAIR inftmsti mmd hookUtt.
My eastern destination will h
I plan to leave about , f will have
days for my trip.
OooShom PacaCuc
apart rronx1
and thai
$ I waa -raised. The proceede are .
to go ! to the t Community club
treasurer and will be used In the
Interests of the' school.'
Music vras Clurnlshed I by "; Mr.
Pardu of AumrrUle, Fred Denham
and Verne .Irish, v.
The play east waa:' Harry Stew
art., Deryl Royse,- Lloyd Sannder
man. Paul M cCIellan. Mm. Mabel
Royse. Mrs. Seth Downer. Miss El
len Butcher; and Mrs. Benjamin
news coming
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