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fhe OREGON STATESSIA Salcn. 6regony Sunday Morning, October lg. 1953
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- Lcical News Briefs
Clinics Scheduled Five Clinic i 910,000 Estate la Tbe estate
are achedu-. ; "by the llt r f o a ot Martha Dullunt valued at 110,
tonnty health department for this 1 900 has been admitted to oro-
wee. AU day Tuesday scnool and I
preseWl cbildrOn wL be- exam-lM.
ined at Silverton, and school chil
dren, ail day Wednesday, at I the
S-tlem health office. Thursday
morning Dr. - J.v R. .Bacastrana
will era duct bis regular baby
clinic it th Salem health center
aad that atternooa : the health
staff will examine football play
ers at Leslie Junior high " ccboo!.
- Saturday morning the regular hn-
' munixation clinic will be conduct
ed -t the beart a -center. .
Model Beantj Parlor now open
In new location over mwTit a"
Taklt store. Commercial and Cen
Bobby Andersest Liked Young
Bobby - Anderson, "who wu -boni
i in Salem bat now ltree ia Klam-
"i ath Falls made a ' hit with tho
: New ' iinior- Kore rwbea ho sans
y erer radio station - KOKE -at Ko
: jyene October ; accordias t the
".Eugene Mornrns, News. He wen
to Esgeao to' help celebrate tho
golden analTersary oT his grand
.parents, Mr. and ifra. Noble Aa-
- drews of Goshen, bobbr has sunp
- 0Ter the radio ia New York city,
Portland aad regularly over sta
tioa KFJI at Klamath falls.
Annual Bargain period.' -For a
llmlted time The Oregon SUtea-
man by mail to any address In
Oregon Only .0O per year. "
$10 Free Present this add to
either Salem of Portland store
-Monday or Tuesday and it will
be accepted as first payment on
any new or need plana Including
grands as complete first. payment.
Yoa may hare your choice of over
200 new and used pianos at $35,
$45. $65. 175,
$169, $157 up. Terms on balance
$1 week and up. Cline Piano Co.,
Immunization Demand Up
Demand for immunization to
diphtheria and smallpox ia show-
fog . an upturn, . Dr. Vernon A.
. Douglas, county health officer.
. .reported following yesterday
morning's clinic at the Salem
health center. Thirty persona
-were ' treated, with seven receiv-
lng final Taceinatioa. 16 final
toxoid and one final typhoid in-
See - the new General jfilectric I
washing machine. . Eoff Electric I
Mevo Pile Driver The county
pile driver was amoved this week
end to the Clear Lake bridge
where Philip Fisher and his
bridge crew are expected to get
under way - this week, replacing
Ihe old structure with a new one.
The bridge is 700 feet long. Three
carloads of Port Orford ceaar have
already arrived at Brooks to be ,
used in replacing the underpin- j
ning of the structure which is to
be entirely rebuilt A new bridge
north of Mt; Angel has recently
been completed, by Fisher as well
aa four other nek bridges on the
Willard-Jefterson market road.
See the new 1933-34 At water-
Kent ai; at Eoff Electric Inc.
livMMt, RmortMl four
.ntnmnhii. arcidont were
reported to city police yesterday
4.s follows: F. A. Howe, Hub
bard, and an unidentified motor
ist. oa North Capitol street; Milo
vn rc a v.tb 17H, and Jim
Preble, 153 North 12th, between
12th and, 13th in alley near
Oourt. Mrs. Arno d Krueger. 220
East Lincoln, and J. M. Herberg-
er, 1730 South Liberty, at Lib-
i- t. f,,! v. wuir.
r w t n Ul St Rnnth t
Gaines and North Capitol.
Surprise Promised Builders -Two
program features of" espe
cial interest will e present Mon
, day night at a forum meeting of
Flfm chanter. Orezon Building
Congress according to.L. RjUniTerslt: o Washington football
R?hfMttler. e-elarr. All builaers
are invited to attend.
Nearly Hits Pedestrian Be
cause he "almost pedestrians,"
Marshall Woodell ol Monmeuth
arraaiAit Vim TwiaHlTi A
was arrested hero , yesterday, oa
a charge of tailing to give right three days longer. Needy persons
. of way to pedestrians, according having tomatoes available are be
to a city traffic ofreer's report, ing urged to bring them here tor
He posted i.5 bail.
Arrested Same Ceraer Lewis
Rycraf t, Corvallis, and H D.
Jones, Portland motorists, were
arrested at the same intersection,
Hood and Broadway streets, yes
terday on charges of cutting a
corner, city pplice records show.
Fleener To Mr. and Mrs. Ar
chie Fleener. an eight pound boy,
born Tueslay, October 10, at the
Bungalow Maternity home.
October 15 Open boose.
Beacon Bulb Farm, all day ,
aad evening. : . s
October 14-15 County
Christian Endeavor conven
tion. South Salem v Frieada
October 16 American
Legion! Auxiliary trio aad
quartet sins; at chamber of
October 10 City council
meets, 7:30 p. m.. city half.
.Water plant purchase to be
October; 17 Contract
bridge tetirnament, 8 p. raM
MarJoa hotel; classes 2 p.m.
S:SO p. m-t hotel. ,
October 18 Free bridge
lecture, The Story of the
IS Cards, Mrs., William H.
Qiiinn, chamber of com
merce, 10:30 a. m. ,
- Octcb- r 18 Boy Scout
honor court, 8 p.mH court
bouse. October 21 Salem high
vs. Albany high, night foot
ball game. '
; October SO Taxpayers
budget meeting of city coun
cil, 7:80 p. nw city hall.
oate with E. Ear Dullam aad
G. Gaaderaon named aa execu-I
I tors. Under term, of a -will & be-1-
quest, oiwu w icn toheimo
suraasu. whom the win stale. I
raa ' acsr frlMl an th luk
quest Is made in consideration ot I
eoapwionshlp and aerrtco-itTen. 1141,00 hTe teen tandled-re-Two
- thtrds of t h e- baiaaco is eentlr through tho W. -HV Grabea-
Kfvea t v. Kit TMiiam ah. aim. wMt a. rvk. fft aaeeatlr. lt-waa
sixth to a grandson, Melvin Dul-1
lam, tod one-sixth to grand-
daughter, Arleigh K.: Dallam.
Subscribe now. Renew now; TThe
Oregon . Statesman one full year
by -man for less then le a day.
,?l-00 .per-year -bjr -mail ortj, "to
nr Oregon address.
.Mrs. Lena. Waters, teacher ot
ttano. has moved to li3i N. lh. 1
fnw agtewed acheoU and to- j
spectf ally aoUcits the patroaage I
ot the community,. Tel. 7738.
HvMlrirha, Better R. J. Hen-'
drleks; editor emeritus of The'
-Statesman, was reported improv
ed in condition yesterday after
aa illness which, has confined
him to his -bed for a week. His
temperature was aearly aormal,
Water is Sought James M.
Willlaras, president of the Warn-
er Valley Stoek company at Ford
fildwel, Col., has filed with the
state engineer here aa applica
tion for permission to construct -a
reservoir for the storage f 1204
aero feet of water from Piute
creek, tributary of Guano lake.
and appropriate three second feet
of water from the same stream for
irrigation purposes in Lake coun
ty. Clarence C. Clement of La
econd feet of water from the
, north forn ot the east fork of the
Grande Rondo river for mining
purposes in Union cosnty.
Buy your Frigidaire this week.
Price advances 10 Monday the
15th. Eoff Electric Inc.
Ekwall Silrerman Judge
Judge Ekwall of the Multnomah
county circuit court, Saturday
was assigned by Chief Justice
IM. snpreme court
" prwiae ai me inai ox jaca
Silverman, charged with first de
gree muraer, which is scheduled
to opea at St. Helens Monday
morning. An affidavit of prejudice
was filed against Judge Zlmmer-
man. Judge Zimmerman will sub-
ul"lBr Jnuse www in
tnomah county until the trial is I
Just receded a shipment of the
new 1934 At water - Kent radio.
Buy now and save. Higher prices
have been announced. Eoff Elec-
Suffers Hemorrhage W. A.
Scbnltz was stricken suddenly 111
at a gathering at the Presbyterian
church Friday night, suffering
from an internal hemorrhage. He
was taken to the home of Mrs.
C. A. Park on Chemeketa street.
where he and Mrs. Schultz had
been stopping, and yesterday was
reported as improved.
Beer on draught at the Salem
SO, Files for Divorce; Although
""o" warns uer ireeaom. ane iuei
I. C....J 1.
" V oai",Utt'
Mg her to Ira
- wea in
"if; cls e has n, ,,r"
ritablc disposition. A one-third in-
PW. 50 in
support money are sought by Mrs.
GabrielsoR at Seattle Carl Ga-
brielson, manager of the state mo
tor venule department here, at-
tended the University of Oregon-
I s" ""uuo ieruB. ne k
expected to return "Jere tonight.
Cannery Still Here The coun
ty's portable cairn ery wilt he kept
ia operation at the muaicipal
anfn . !.., A
auto camp hero at least two or
canning, it was stated yesterday
at relief headquarters. A second
round of communities to can to-
maioes nas oeen tentatively aoan-
doned. Plans ars being made for
caaming -stew next.
Barghardt Trip Extensive W.
H. Burghardt, Salem insurance
and new agent, will not return
11T hiJLtXtenf1 Tcatl0Jn trD
ueiuro i uauuKiiuig, w;vwruJits
word received at his office. At
last writing, Burghardt. traveling
with Willson McNary Jr., was at
coianver, Mien. Me sutea ne
would go next to Quebec, Canada,
then to New York and Washing
ton, D. C.
Campbell Forfeits Edwin
Campbell of Silverton forfeited
J , I . jeaieruay wuen u
failed, to answer to a charge of
"u,u lu " ---
tnrougn street, according to mu- Sil Hinds buys a welllm
nicipal court records. proved 13 acre tract located near
Bfeetiag, West Salem The
meet Monday night at the Ford
wUl consist of a lecture and mov-
in rjictnres Uken in China bv
rv T Yri... ci.. - O -1 nn
STAGCS ELEVEN DEFEATED
SAN JOSE, Calif., Oct 14. (P)
-Three long runs resulted la as
many touchdowns as San Jose
State dedicated its new football'
stadium with a 12 to victory
over Amos Alonzo Stagg's College
of Pacific sgjaad here today.
Dr. B. H. White
No Charge for Consultation "
Night and Day Calls
Osteopathic Physician and
Office: 355 North Capitol St
Telephone 6030, Salem, Oregon
5143,000 IU HOT
tf u ranknrct J& Pn I tf
39 Transactions; raTTIIS,
Residences I nYOi Yea
Heal aitttt deals la-vemn
annouaced yesterday. "Farms-and
city -wsldenco properties- "a
prominently la-- the- lis t of 81
trsn rttnn-. wblen. Is aa CoUews:
R. A. Harris 'buys- a dwplen
dtreutaf located -at T9 South
2it street-from the Gabriel To w-
der and apHy eosspaay.
T Paul Dutcber buys improved
i il .rra on South 12th street
ttr mA . tttm c: E. Hestley.
f, -D--aii .turr .well. improT-
tlTe acre tract , located Bear
chemawa from Emma Lipp,
Wa Henaell bn improved.
fire acres on "SllTeTtoB'road'from:
Frank Tatee. . ' '
C A. .Tatum buys m o d o r a
homo located at III 5 Hood street
from the Union Savings & Loan
Assn . --i;?"
x t. n K & fimlth d -Mrrsrpt
Weed bnTa 1S tCres ia Howeil
Prairie from K. D. Coomler.
Caster Ross -uys two lota ia
the Pleasant. Home addition from
Lena Dtechael .and ia . constract
tnr a fine moderarhomo
wnfrAd Waathari bays tire
acres oa the Dallas road from J.
Dr. Frank Prime and .Dr. G. E,
Prime purchase a' two story,
brick building known a? the Ha-
lik buUdlng f.-om F. ,E. nana.
Warne D. Harding buy im
proved acre lot in tho Smith fruit
farms on Vista avenue.
rr ci v.. Prime purchases a
one stori. brick bniiiing at 171
Sou.h Commercial street now oo
pnnled bv McDowell Market.
T. J. Sandifer buys modern
home located at 2125 South Win
ter street from the Fruaenuai
Savin r Loan ALs'n.
J. C. SchneideT buys residence
Lronertv located at 455 Jefferson
street -and 1703 Broadway street
from tho Umon Savings & Loan
Mary Davie buya residence lo
cated at 415 Market street irom
Alice S. Fisher,
Otis Dawes buys improved five
acres in the Heltzel fruit and gar-
Joseph Bartoz buys improved
c a i,a farm Vnovn an Bates Mc-
Alll,ter farm located five miles
BOBtheast of Sa'am.
A F Kudrna buys a fine im
1 9 k .- farm Vnnvn as
tbe Lee Miller farm located in
E. B. Daushert"- buy 10
acres locaiea in tre Capital City
fruit farms east ot Salem.
H. D. Bradley buys improved
five acres it the Heltzel fruit
aad garden tracts.
M. H. Stnhr buy residence lo
cated at 10C5-Sprue street from
the Prudential Savings & Loan
Mauri :e Brase ield buys seven
acres located in the Cornforth
fruit and dairy f a . m s located
south of Salem.
Butte Creek Orchards, Inc.,
buys 120 acre hop ranch from
Ed Schwabbauer located near
Orchard Development & Land
company buys 640 acre stock
ranch located near Lyons known
as the Roberts' ranch.
Frank Ertler buys improved 20
acres in Sunnyside fruit farms
from Royce Allen.
Royce Allen buys home in Nob
Hill annex addition from Frank
Ethel Roberts buys home ia
Kingwood park from the Orchard
Land Development company.
Df. Frank Prime buys business
lot in the Fairground road dis
trict from Alvie Davis.
Cecil DuRette buys well im
proved one-acre in Salem heights
from Charles Anderson
Ellis Miller buys 14 acres in
Linn county from Cldge G. Smith
Ed Scharf buys a fine 228 acre
farm loca ed near Perrydale, Polk
county, from Nellie M. Wise. Mr,
I fJrr " JL
Scharf has taken possession of
Foy James buys improved 84
acre tract locateu south of Sa-
tem in the Cornforth fruit and
C. H. Meyer buys well improv
ed five acres located in the Mc
warr fruit and earden tracts.
James W. Kelso buvs imnroved
one .cre t-act on Fairvlew ave-
nue located In the Smith fruit
Ray H. Sanford buys one acre
from. Hamlin F. Smltb. It is all
4n Ksarlnv frait and 1ru9to1 ennth
of Salem in the Sunnyside fruit
Mrs. Schuman buys a brick
building located at 170 South
commercial street from the Mu-
tul Savine A Loan Ass'n.
jesg Dauaherty h a y s modern
home located at 335 Fawk street.
E. J. Huffman buys Improved
60 acre farm located in Linn
county near Crabtree from Edith
Stewart b U y modern
home iocated in Falrmount park
addition from E. J. Huffman.
Monitor from Joseph Hugill.
NetS DeLSLDD $287
1 " V v f
awarded to Lester DeLapp here
I lata Saturday by a Jury In eir-
Baker, Kellef & Co;
Front and Norway Sts
cult court. EoLapp was defend
ant in a suit Ziled by Mis Lepba
Hawiey, McMianviUO woman, and
ho tiled his claim as a' counter
charge. The litigation lnTolred aa
auto, accident la which each was
a party. "'t'"'
KEIZER, Oct 14. A Urge
crowd-was in attendance- at . tbe
community club meeting held at
tho school Friday night. Mrs. Bun
nell presided over a short business
session. The hot-lunches for the
winter, season: were discussed and
the matter postponed until next
meeting for definite decision. W.E.
Savage Introduced I Mr.- Miller, a
Boy -Scow t. leader from Salem who
presented the .plans of organiza
tion of a troop for Kelser. On mo
tion the commnnlty. crab voted to
sponsor the organisation. Commit
tee were named by the president:
Ways and; means, Mr, and .Mrs,
uarvey Hansen Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur-Cummin gs aad Mr. 'and Mr '
Lester Evans; visiting, Uri and.
0 -1 . . a . . . j
una. v uoie, mr. ana mrs. j.
C. Ackman aad the Misses Lois
and Irma-Keefer; refreshments.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Reynolds and
Mr. -and Mrs. Roy Melson; new,
member on program committee.
Lulu McClay; courtesy committee
Mrs. G. N. Thompsoa. The com
mittee on community singing was
reappointed for another year: Ir
ma Keefer, Glenn Savage and Mrs.
Thompson. A gist of the actions of
the federated community club was
presented by the president, among
which was aa exchange ot pro
grams or parts of programs with
other clubs. Rickey club sent an
invitation to Keizer club to ex
change numbers oa their pro
grams, which was accepted.
The committee named on Boy
Scout organization was C. C. Cole,
chairman, W. E. Savage, H. W.
Bowden, David Saucy and H. L.
Oldenburg. The program was in
charge of Lester Evans. Harry
Lindgren gave an interesting and
instructive talk on the wheat re
duction program in the United
States. Mrs. Hughes of Salem sang
two aolos. Refreshments were
served, in charge ot Mrs. Harvey
Hansen, W. E. Savage and Mrs.
A 120 per cent gain came last
week in the value of building per
mit issued here. Total value of
the IS permit was 14241 as
against $1925 for the 17 permits
of the previous week. Repairs led
with a total of S4241.
New construction permits in
cluded a $1000 filling station to
be built by Dr. G. E. Prime at 845
South Commercial street, an 3800
dwelling to be erected by F. E.
Maniey at 1470 North 17th street,
and a 335 woodshed to be built by
L; C. Hockett at 255 Norway
Largest repair permits of the
week were a 31300 one for re
roofing the Hunt Brothers can
nery on Division street by Carl B".
Armpriest, and a $400 one for al
tering the L. F. Croaemiller resi
dence at 1760 South Winter street
by Carl Bahlburg.
Change Artist is
Not Slick Enough
For Stayton Man
STAYTON, Oct. 13 A "slick
change artist" wa operating here
Wednesday. He went In to the
Pooler & Klecker store, telling
Mr. Klecker ho had some small
change he wanted to give him for
a five dollar bill. Mr. Klecker
gave him the bill, which he pock
eted. After talking a few minutes he
said, "I believe I rather have 110
in paper" and handed the five
back to Mr. Klecker. However
Klecker waa not to be taken in
so easily, so the "artist" left, with
Valley View Votes
Down Special Tax
S1LVERTON. Oct. 14. The
proposed tax for school expenses
in the Valley View district was
voted down at a special meeting
called by the school board at
which H. K. Funrue, chairman of
tne hoard, presided. The county
school board will not have to de
vise ways of transportation for
the children ot tho district who
wish to attend Silverton schools.
Castle Permanent Wavers' Co.
SOT Est NatT Bank BIdg.. 8063
for kidney, bladder.
S. B. Fong stomach, catarrh,
Every Ailment Disorder
122 N. Commerclmal St.
Over Salem Hardware Store
Daily t to ff; Sunday to It
Card Tables and
Chairs to Rent
Call CS10, Used Furniture
PEBMITS IS NOTED
ARREST; 1LLEG AL, IS
Siegmund, Ladd & Bush and
""$100,620 Damage Suit
r ; -- " . -
' Actual damage oC 350.C2S aad
pnnltlve damages of 350,000 are
sought by J. P. Wilquet tn a suit
tOed - here Saturday ' against the
Ladd 4k Bush Trust company, J.
C. Slegmnnd, county Judge, and
Charles J. Zerian, local attorney.
Wilquet allsgea that be waa .il
legally arrested-October IS, mi;
on an order signed by Judge Si eg
muod. aad was held a prisoner
until November 4, 1931. waen be
was released by habeas corpus
Wilquet -alleges that his incar
ceration came through a conspir
acy headed by Zerzan, attorney
for Sarah W timet of ' Wisconsin,
ia which the former sought to
unseat i Wilquet as administrator
of the estate of Mary L.. Gregolre,
who died IntosUto April 1, 1030,
leaviag-f 30,090 ia property, r
k Thh plainUft holds that he was
duly pursuing 'his duties as ad
ministrator of the Gregolre es
tate when Zersaa took the claim
of the eastern woman on a con
tingent basis. Wilquet said he
knew of this claim and planned
to resist it.
Then, plaitiff asserts, the three
defendant entered into a conspir
acy to remove him as administrat
or, and to place the Ladd ic Bush
Trust company in charge. Wilquet
said he iwas subsequently re
moved and ordered to file his fin
al acoant. He sought through his
local attorney and received, Wil
quet states, a week's extension of
the time for filinz the account.
During this period and contrary
to an understanding Wilquet al
legedly had with the probate court
Zerzan caused an affidavit to be
filed for the arrest of Wilquet.
Wilquet asserts he always bore
a good reputation and that incar
ceratlon in jail with criminals
cansed him great mental suffer
ing. ED FOR BE
Establishment of a ward for
the criminal Insane within the
walls of the Oregon state peniten
tiary will again be recommended
by Dr. R. E. Lee Steiner, super
intendent of the Oregon state hos
pital, at the 1935 legislative ses
Steiner declared that the neces
sity for such a more was demon
strated here recently when six
of the most desperate Inmates of
the criminal insane ward at the
state hospital slugged the atten
dant and escaped. He aaid these
patients were far more cunning
and dangerous than the average
Recommendation that a crlm
inal Insane ward be established
at the penitentiary waa submitted
at the last session of the legls
lature but was rejected by Ihe
ways and means committee be
cause of a shortage of funds.
Defective eyes can and do
cause a hundred and one
bodily ills. Lose no time in
bringing your vision up to
Thompson - Glutsch
833 State Street
10 Gils' Used
WILL PAY CASH
Moore's Bicycle Shop
235 N. High St.
Chinese and American Dishes
3.2 Draught Beer
Saturday open 11 a.m. to 8 a.m.
Sunday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.
162 M N. Com'l Tel. S747
IDL UI lliLqULI
W IN M
Standard Feed o.
Since oar last ad went to press, markets ha ve declined Wo
immediately reduced oar prices la lino with oar policy of
haaln a aelllBor nrlees oa the day's market. i ;
Millrun SO lbs.
Wheat 100 lbs.
Cracked Corn wo .
T931 Egg Maker .oo.b, $2.0
Scratch Progressive---lbO lbs. . $1.55
RahhitPaks 100 lbs. $2.15
At Leslie High
-Is Reported on
Six and four-tenth per cent of.
he new nnpihr at Leslie Junior
high school this semester have no
marked physical defects, it was
announced at . the county health
department office yesterday, Ot
the 110 pupil examined last
week 14 had never bad any no
ticeable defects or had had then
corrected, i j
Teeth a usual led the list of
defects with SS pupils checked for
this item. Twenty-nine pupils had
defective tonsils and 32 goiter
The Marion - county . Christian
Endeavor union wGl close Its- con-
lveatloa- session at the South Sar
lem Friend church this after
noon with Rev. Paul Snedecor as
principal speaker. - j
Meetings, were held at the
church alt day Saturday. Speakers
in the morning . inchi ded : Rer.
Hugh McCallum of Salem aad
Rev. Herman Macy ot Scott
Mill. In the afternoon, Beldoa
Eimeat reported on the Mllwau-
kle convention: Helen McClay
state president, gave a talk on
the "U" ia ualoo, and Rev. W.
H. Lyman spoke.
Saturday night Rev. Guy Drill
spoke on "Every Day Witnessing",
HAYESVILLE, Oct. 14. Mrs.
W. F. Hughey and son Edwin left
Thursday by motor for the world's
fair at Chicago, where Mrs. Hugh
ey will exhibit her Pekingese dogs
at the world's largest dog show.
State government cost Kansas
$17.79 per capital for the fiscal
year 1922, figures from the state
auditor's office revealed.
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183 N. Commercial . Dial O107
Tho Original Ydiow Front
Candy Special Store of Salem
Wltaaat Operation Lot of Tise
S29 Orafos Bid. 509
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39.631 Cans , of Fruits and
Marion . county's .portable caa-
oery has proved a godsend la pro
viding fruits -and vegetables for
tae relief of unemployed - during
the winter months, Roy Melsoa,
county;; conrmlssloner, declared
. Tlgmrtm prepared by tne eounfty
court September 1 a. showed that
667 families had participated 'in
the caaatnc operations. A total of
3S.S31 eans of vegetables aad
fralta were ha-n died, of which 24,
C6S were tamed orer to the fam
ilies providing the good and , 14.
94 were consigned to the county
commissary. In one day 5000 cans
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There are ahnest a many varied
styles la glasses as hi apparel. And
the different styles offer as great '
aa epportaatty for Individuality hi
ehelea. Tea may lok styliak and .
'; v. at the same time tenuis year eye-
, ' f ; -ght
I Evenings by Appointment .
Morris Optical Co.
444 Stat St. Phone 5528
Vour Car Washed
This inclades steam
f leaned chasis and
It's Time to
Refill with Winter
The factory recommendation
for your car for this service
is every 5000 miles.
Check Your Speedometer
We Are Open All Night
DAY and KIGhf SERVICE ...
Chemeketa at High
were put up. The average daily.
output was 1800 can.' '
Melson said that as tar as pos
sible every family .on tho relief
rolls of the county was contacted
and advised regarding the 'opera '
tlon of the cannery. The, need of
self help was emphasised and lh-
methods of handling the jproduc-
expxajaeo. xne ao-eaueo. ease vera
ers have been assisted by the local'
Red Cross i committees In each
community ' who - registered tbw -needy
families and helped to ftnd-
produce for those, who were aa-"
able to obtain any for themselves.
Arrangemanta are made by the
county to transport tbe families
and their produce to tho larger
centers where the cannery makes
occasional visits. i
WILBUR GETS EDITORSHIP
OREGON STATE COLLEGE.
Corvallis. Oct. 14. Marvin WU
bar of Salem, sophomore ia busi
ness administration, has been ap
pointed night editor of the Baro
meter, daily publication of Ore
gon state eeuege.