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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1933)
111 I DISKED
By Mo!a!!a Business men at
i Meteing Caned for Next'":.
t I MOLALLA. Oct Plansrtot'.
a z&eetlns ot Molalla businessmen;
j. . to discuss prospects tor eontlnn-
Inge tn a; Molalla Bnckejoo -were
made at the Tuesday night meet-.
; tn 'ot. the Bnckeroo association.'
The rally meetlnj -will be October
; 17 and the bnslness men -will, be
- J encouraged to express their- opin-
Ions about th Buckeroo and to
f make; suggestions for lU better
1 ment, according to P,M;Heniilt
7, f sen. president of the association;
. !; 'Buckroo'fponsora "are1 hoping
V ; to find out at the meeting wheth
. - er Molalla people want to continue
7, i putting on the annual show. .r t
Attending Institute Meet "
Th Rer.' Harold Miles, pastor
t ot Ube - First; Methodist Church
i here and business manager of the
i Tails" City institute, and Opal Fo
glesong of Molalla, student eoan
j sel-eleet, will attend the fall meet-
Ing of the Institute, Friday; after
: noon at the First Methodist church
i In Portland; .: " . . . " -
Mrs. Glen KIrkwood 1 and Don,
Hartung ;were winners ot - first
r prises at the Eastern Star card
i party following the regular chap
- ter meeting Tuesday "night at the
j Odd Fellows halj, 5- -- :
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Report for the Y. M. C. A. which
closed its fiscal year , September
30, was ; made . to the board of
directors Thursday v. noon ' and
showed that the Y. had balanced
its budget during the year. It met
all its expenses during; the year,
paid orer $1000 on overdue notes
and over $1000 on prerions year's
bills, closing the year with a book
overdraft of $4 63.69. President
W. X. Staley ot the board expressed
himself as well pleased with the
showing made during;, the year of
severe depression.; Most - of the
earing 1 came in : the : salary list
where drastic cuts were made.
With this record for the past.
- year, the board feels heartened to
J go ahead with the annual mem
? bership campaign which will start
next Wednesday. Teams hare been
' chosen and a kick-off dinner will
be held Wednesday night which
will feature r founders of the as
sociation, - .. ..-,...,--.. ?..
Physical Director Dwight Adams
.': reported that fall classes in gym
iwork are now: being formed for
j men and boys,' women and (iris.
MILL S ACTIVITIES
( AIRME, : Oct f K. - , Cooper
i; Brothers hare started their mill
" again after these weeks ot rain
Frank Cooper is - hauling slab
wood. to Monmouthr bringing
back n' load of tiles for . J. F.
' t Wienert, who is putting - In ; a
tile drainage In his fields. ,
. Mr.' and Mrs. Norton and fam
ily mored to SalenT Tuesday and
! their itlace will be taken by a
Salem family. .r-
i ' Lyle McKlbbens, who Is In
j the Deaconess : hospital at Sa
; lem,' suffering from the .loss of
three fingers eut, off by.wood
aw; Is reported- -dcrfi- t, .well
as - can ' bo ' eipected-. .
Monmouth Students '
. Select New Ofi&cers
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, MONMOUTH, Oct. S. Stu
dent; body, of leers for Monmouth
high school ' were elected this
week as follows i Cyril Wilson,
president; Al Snider, Tlco - presi
dent: Blrdine Derby,' secretary;
Mabel Sehirman, treasurer; An
v setta Schwelser, editor of High
Th OREGON STATESMAN. Salcn, Oregon. Friday Morning OctoW , 1S3S
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Here are the principals in the $4,000,000 alienation of affections Suit,
'ow being tried at New York. Left, Mrs. Helen V. Stern, who charges
Irs Ruth Erlanger Nathan, heiress (rieht) with stealing the f
n Stern, plaintiff's husband (left). Alfred Nathan, Jr, the defend-
IHsnn Strn nlamfi
at's ex-husband (right), holds a watching brief. He is a friend of
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:7 C. L. Wellman? Registered Pharmacist
In "Busick's Market" 470 N. Commercial
i r - Phone 6188
For Friday Saturday and Monday
100 Bayers 25c Kotex
Aspirin . 56c 2 for . . . 25c
1 Shaving Creams
50c Banna Shave ....33c
35c Palmolive 25c
35c ' Colgate 25c
50c Ingram 23c
25e Iisterine 19c
Face Powders i.-i.
$1.00 MeUoglo .... 63c
50c Day Dream 39c
50c Woodbury's .-39c
60c Djerkiss :..39c
11.00 Erank's 63c
75c Hot Water
Bottle . . 39c
terine . .
75c Dextri-Maltose ,.53c
S1.20 Lactogen . 69c
S1.00 Ovaitine 69c
$1.20 S. M. A. : 89c
1 lb. Thompson's
Malted Milk, Choc 39c
1 lb. Mead's Cereal ..23c
1 lb. Pablum . 43c
Pills and Tablets -
25c Analax 19c
25c Carter's Liver 19c
50c Natures Remedy 39c
50c Choc ExLax -39c
50c Yeastfoam 33c
$1 Ironized Yeast 69c
50c Feenamint 33c
50c Phenolax 43c
1 pt. Vacuum
Bottle . . 59c
A record for consecutire dl-
Torce complaints filed In circuit
court here was established Thurs
day when the eighth ease filed in
row turned out -to be actions for
dlrorce. The eight complaints
hare been tiled within the space
of 49 hours. x -
Sarah Fay Bus well asks to he1
freed, from Sari Hewitt Buswell
to whom she was married in It IS
in the state of Washington. .She
alleges they hare hot lired to
gether since July, 131, and she
asks that she be awarded the cus
tody of their girl while the hus
band is granted the custody of
their oy, tr ! t 'yy ;
Hugh W. Hosmer asks a'1 dl-.
Torce from Helen D. Hosmer
whom he married Norember 1,
1130, In VancouTer, Wash. He al-
Stayton Catholics Gets
Crowd of Old Residents
STAYTON, Oct. S.-St Mary
church, . Staytbn, com memorated
its SOth annirersarj with real sol-
emnity. A t o'clock: the first mass1
was offered and a large number
recelred h6lr communion.- Time
set for pontifical- high mass was'
10: 10, with, Rt. Ber. Mesgr. A.
Lane officiating. , Many : friends
leges his ' wife : caused him great
mental anguish, frequently hurt
his feelings and was irritable. -'' !
... Lucile Lynch asks her freedom
f r 0 m Clarence' Lynch, claiming1
that he had a bad disposition and
called her Tile names. They have
one child for whom S2S a month
support money is sought. The
couple -was married in Salem in.
i3i. , .- ''?:, ; 'r
and old acquaintances came from
Albany, "; Sublimity, galenC Scio,
Jordan Shaw, - Silrerton, Mt. An
gel and eren; Portland.- : , '-
''A very. inspiring, sermon was
preached by Msgr. 'A; Lane on
"Blessings ' That . Come .to TTs
Through the Church." After mass,
benediction with the . blessed sac
rament was giTen. followed by "Te
Deum',. " 4 f': " s ;""' .
1'-f Nearly 400 at. Sinner K5
1 following'! the-erTiees at the
church, the . congregation - and
friends went to the parlllon In the
city park, where an excellent meal
was serred by the women of the',
parish. It "is estimated that be
tween 300 and 400 were served.
During7 the dinner end afternoon
the Kerber orchestra played. : i ,
to I p.' m. the women
serred luneh and following this an
interesting , program' was giyen.
Mayor George A. Smith acted as
chairman and introduced,' first,
George , SpanloL twh41lTedf here
fottmany years before the Catlhi
ollc church was built and who told
of incidents before the church here
was bum and also of the delega
tions sent to Portland to Intercede
with - Archbishop Christie that a
Catholie church might be built
here. . One thing Mr. Spaniol . did
not brinjr out, was that: for the
past SO years he has led the choir;
rain ; or shine, which indeed ' Is
4uite a record. ? - -
: Mr. Smith Introduced 'Andrew
Pery who was in charge of erecting-
the church. The next" speaker
was ' Rt, Rex. Msgr 'A. Lane of
Portland, -who ' well remembered
the efforts .50 years ago of the
Catholld church here,' At the time
ho was pastor at Albany and also
had charge of parishes at.' Lyons
and Scio. later.: v.- v '
Early History Told
Pater PrancIs' Scherbring i of
Sublimity spoke o, his work at i
Salem, Silrerton and Shaw, and
how later he was called to Snhlim
Ity to ; take We of . the parish ,
there with Stayton, as a -mission
which had been cared 1 fos for
maayirears by Father .A.' Lanlck.
He told of-hls-work in securing
funds for the building of the par-'
ochial school here. 4he' ready re-
sponse of the Catholics of the sec
tion and. the splendid work being - ;
done by the sisters since then.
;The last-speaker- was Father
J Scberbrlng; present and first
permanent pastor. Since his ar
riTal the fine home has been built. '
which is-acknowledged to be the
best in the diocese. - -
Catholie membership here has
increased greatly unUl the first '
church will soon be too small. Al
ready additional ground has been '
secured for hew construction when
conditions warrant, 4
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Administrator Named Harry
West has been named administra- .
tor of the estate of William West. !
deceased, succeeding the Bank ot
Wood burn, insolvent, which is re
tiring from its trust capacity.
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Why not be one of the many who patronize Salem's leading market. We never quote
specials. Yon can buy six days oat of the week here and the same price every day.
Just some of the many low nricesr-high qualify meats.
Young. Pip- Back h tn)P
' - whole or half - . ,
Bacon Bai iic.CzlSc
Breakf astBac. fl3cC;ESc
Bacon Squares . . Cc
Boston .Butts . . . SOo
Beef Boil 6cC:0c'
Sirloin-Steak 12 c
Prime Rib Roll 13c
Hamburg . . . . ICc
Pure Pork Sausage 10 c
1 ADHD Open Kettle Rendered 41bs.S3
WE CLOSE 8 O'CLOCK SATURDAY
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sw f swap- m -s w w m u
J NOD HILL
Top quality in flavor pro-
tected pkg lb.
Pure Cane, Fine Granulated
Every year at Harvest Time Safeway emphasizes the importance of
the season with this master sellingevent Safeway Harvest Sale!
This fall sale has become an institution, a sale worth waiting for, a
veritable store wide harvest of exceptional values during which ev
erybody saves in a substantial way. And this year are savings espe
cially great, for many of the Harvest Sale offerings bear prices that
disregard today's higher price levels entirely! You just can't help
but save at Safeway.
HARVEST SALE PRICES ARE EFFECTIVE
FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY, OCT. 6, 7 & 9
O lb. cellophane pkJvnv
5-oz. cen lie
Pancakq Flour 1Q
Pure Cane & Maple, qt Jug
Fancy Elbow S lbs.
Fancy Blue Rose. . .5 lbs.
Standard No. 2 cans
Each . . . .11c
6 cans . . -,59c
12 cans . . $1.15
No. 30S Size
Can , .
6 cans .
Standard, No. 2 y cans .
, .8 cans
Maximum small cans S foe
FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Size 4s lbs.
Prime Rose Quality ST
Pork & Beans 5c
Shredded Wheat 1 0c
Grape Fruit H 3 cans 3 5C
Tuna Flakes SS 2 ca.25c
Shrimp cans 3 for
Pop Corn pkg. 2 lbs.
Hillsdale 'f .
Sine Can .
RED MEXICAN, 5 lbs. 2?c;
; 10 lbs. 49c V
SMALL WHITE, 4 lbs. 25c
8 lbs. 45c
Fancy full cream, lb. -
Highway, 12-oz. bottle
W Kf IS IT
New Cropr 5-lb. pail
' ,;. Our Mothers, 2-lb. can
. . Save at the Following Safeway Stores: - r ,
162 N. Commercial, Teli 6169 1976 N. Capitol, TeL 8620 1927 SUtv TeL 9485 We reserve the right to limit quantities.
- , - $1.00 DeliTery Free Except Snjar .. v ! - - ',4f-V 1
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