The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, January 09, 1934, Page 2, Image 2

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''Community Organization"
To Be Taught by Sadie
Orr-Dunbar, Portland
People living in and near Sa
lem who wish to spend $art of
their time in study under expert
Instruction during the next few
months mar still register la the
courses sponsored here by the
general extension' division of the
state system of higher education.
It wa announced here- by W. G.
Seattle, who las been in Salem or
ganizing the cltases. ' - J
.". Four courses, started with suc
cess last term, will be continued,
and a fifth will be added If suf
ficient students register. New stu
dents may registered la any of the
four courses and fait university
or college credit may be obtained
If desired. , I
The-new course will be in "com
munity organization, and will be
taught by Mrs. Saldie Orr-Duhbar
of Portland. It will Include in In
troduction to the theory and practice-
-community organisation
and many other, Important factors
la this- field. Registration may be
made and Information obtained at
the county health office in the
Hasonie building. ' ' '
i,'srhe other coursed .will include
Omental hygiene,- taught by Dr.
XX. R. Chambers,; on Tuesday; "of
fice procedure.; by tt. T. Vance,
on Tnesdajr; educational psychol
ogy, by Dr. H. T. Matthew, on
Wednesday; "book and play je
viewin. by S. Stephenson Smith,
on Friday. All classes meet in the
high school building at 7:15 p. m.
.The eonrse In psychology jnay
xiow be taken by teachers and oth
ers Interested In education as a
fulfilment of requirement for cer
tificate! to teach In high schools,
Mr.-Beatty states.
Students may enroll at the time
of the classes, and a special reg
istration price will apply to those
wishing to take more than; one
coarse. . .
iOnly Producers?
Milk Prices May
Be Fixed, Policy
. "WASHINGTON, Jan. 8. (fl A
-liew program for production con
trol In the, dairy Industry was un-
1 'dertaken today with Secretary
Wallace announcing abandonment
of present marketing agreements
. and substitution of new ones.
- ' The- secretary of agriculture
said in the future only producers
prices would be fixed, In line with
the ' administration's policy of
improving farm income, and it
would "no longer be possible to
arse milk producers as a buffer in
competitive price wars. Hereto
fore it has sought to guarantee
rices to both producers and dis-
Separation Plea
Oi Vallee's Wife
Cites Complaint
- LOS ANGELES, Jan. 8. (P) A
separate maintenance action
charging Rudy Yallee with being
''Intimate on numerous occasions"
with Alice Fare, movie actress,
and two "Jane Does' was filed
. against! the singer and orchestra
.leader today by Fay .Webb Vallee.
The complaint, aealed at first,
was ordered opened at Vallee's in-
. alstenee. . ,
It claimed that Mrs. Tallee.
daughter of a Santa Monica police
v chief, was in ill health, suffering
from ailments with which "the de
fendant Is famtiiar'Vand for which
she Is unable to pay medical bills.
SUBLIMITY, Jan. t Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Dasch and children
of Portland are! visitors at the
Dome of Mrs. Pete Burghardt for
a week. Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Benedict " and daughter Lavonne
and Mr. and, Mrs. Joseph Hobl
and daughter Yolanda; have re
turned home after visiting with
- relatives at WashougaL Wash.
i nniinnr
m uuuiiuL
PILES guaranteed removed without knife or sieedle. OLD
ATHLETIC FEET, If yo had failed to beal them br other
means, will quickly respond under our new method. Our
aerbal remedies are guaranteed satisfaction for GALLSTONES.
and the URIXARY SYSTEM of men
and women, is years lav Imsfness.
licensed N, D. physicians.' f
Chinese Medicine Ce 180 N. Com
mercial St-, Salem. Office bows :SO
A. M. to p. M. Taesday sad SaU
The Call
Board ... .
Today Lee Tracy in "Ad
Ties to the Lovelorn" plus
- Disney Silly Symphony.
Thursday - James Dunn in
"Jimmy and saiiy.v
Today Dblores Del Rio in
"Flying Down to Rio."
Wednesday J Ruth Chatter-
too in "Female,
Friday James Cagney In
"Lady Killer.
Today Jean Harlow ' In
"Hold Tour Man.
We&aeadaj Charlie Haggles
la "llama Loves Papa."
Friday John Wayne in
"Haunted Gold."
Saturday Midnight matinee,
Kay Francis in "Storm at
Today Baby LeRoy in "Til
lie and Gus."
Thursday '"White Woman"
with Charles Laaghton.
Today Brace Cabot in "Mid-
shipman Jack."
Thursday First run, Clar-
ence Darrow's "The Mys-
tery of iafe."
Saturday only Jack Hozie
in "Gold."
Transients Few
4n Oregon Now,
Reynolds Avers
Faced with Orders to keep off
freight trains and. highways and
with opportunity of obtaining
passenger train transportation.
hundreds of transient men and I
boys over the state are now ap
plying at transient relief depots,
according to Clarence W. Rey
nolds, Oregon transient relief di
rector, who conferred here yes
terday with BV R. "Bob" Board
man, local supervisor. Reynolds
declared there ; was a noticeable
decrease in the number of men
The transient relief service, he
said,: is checking all cases care
fully, and availing itself of the co
operation of all 'relief organiza
tions, the Travelers' Aid society,
police departments and Juvenile
courts throughout the nation in
an effort to rid the country of its
floating population.
Warrant Comes
From Colorado
In Ermite Case
Sheriff A. C. Burk has receiv
ed a telegraphic warrant from
Denver, Colo., charging C. Er
mite, arrested by state and city
police here Saturday, with lar
ceny by bailee. The message
makes no mention of Elsie Case,
who claims to be Ermlte's wife
and was believed by police to
be wanted on .the same charge.
Ermlte's automobile, bearing a
Colorado license, was impounded
by police Saturday night..
Denver authorities indicated
they would arrive here within a
few days to seek Ermlte's extra
dition. Theatre Lobby
To Be Rebuilt
Complete remodeling of the en
trance to the Grand theatre on
North High street. Including both
the lobby and the marquee, and
installation of new lights, is plan
ned by Manager Otto Schmidt, he
announced Monday. The entrance
win be reconstructed in modern
istic style. Smith and Engstrom
hare the contract
Ruby Orey, Ted Girod
Of Clear Lake Wedded
CLEAR LAKE. Jan. 8 Miss
Ruby Orey and Ted Girod were
married Thursday, January 4, at
the United Rrthrn Mrtnnin In
Salem. Only the two families and
a few friends were m-Mnnr fh
will make their home In one of
tae nouses on the Adam Orey hop
ranch. : . . ..
After handling trusses many
years we have decided the
Is the bast on the market, and
is the answer to all rupture suf
ferers. Neat, simple, efficient,
no steel to rust, no elastic, no
pressure on the back or hips,
no leg straps, weight ox. No
matter how. food your truss Is
If interested in the newest and
best see 'this one. Free demon
stration. All work done subject
to your Doctor's approval,
; rf 405 State, Corner Liberty
, . Telephone 811S ;
Word haa been received here
this week of the election of Dean
Walter J. Shepard of Ohio State
university, as president of the
American Political Science asso
ciation. The news .came In a letter
to Dean Shepard'a father, - James
R. Shepard, 701 North Church
street, who has been a- resident
of Salem tor (0 years. Dean Shep
ard attended Willamette univer
sity in his youth and here obtain
ed a degree .which he-later sup
plemented by a degree, from Bar-,
vard. : ; v :
Dean Shepard's election i Is es
pecially noteworthy in the fact
that the presidency of the asso
ciation, is reputedly the highest
honor a political scientist can
achieve. Its presidents have In
cluded such men as F. J. Goad
now, president of Johns Hopkins
university! Albert Shaw, editor of
the Review of Reviews: James
Bryce, ambassador from England;.
A. Lawrence Lowell, president of
Harvard; Woodrow Wilson, lata
president of the United States.
'- Dean Shepard's election,! came
at a meeting of the association
in Philadelphia. He was one of
three speakers in a natlah-wide
broadcast from Washington in
which individual rights under:
NRA were discussed. I ,
(CoattaM frost pag t
ties he was Interested In near
Grants Pass.
For some time the case was1 de
layed by Archerd's poor health.
He was indicted by a Marlon coun
ty grand Jury February 10, 1932,
and the case went to trial before
Judge Arlie G. Walker here Feb
ruary 24, 19 S3. The Jury found
him guilty and Judge Walker im
posed sentence. Appeals have con
sumed the intervening time.
Archerd was prominent in busi
ness, lodge j and downtown club
groups before the conversion inci
dent occurred. His business went
into the hands of a receiver and
creditors recovered a very small
portion of their claims.
Monmouth and '
Monroe Quints
Play This Eve
MONMOUTH. Jan. 8 Mon
mouth high school's basket eerr
win be hosts Tuesday night ta
Monroe high school's squad In a
return game. Earlier won from
Monroe by one point, 20-1
To date Monmouth has played
five games this season, with font
victories: won from the high
school alumna, score 19-9 won
from Antloch club team, score
21-10; won from Monroe; lost to
Chemawa, at Chemawa score 25
29; and Monmouth high reserves
lost to Chemawa's reserves, 17
19: Jan. S. Monmouth hlrh won
from Amity high at Amity, score
Holiness Body to
Convene Today tor
All -Day Session
Crowds continue to pack the
Free Methodist church to hear
Rev. J. Lewis Arnold of Wen-
atchee, Wash., discuss bible proph
ecies. Last night Rev. Arnold told
of many prophecies that have been
Today the Marlon County Holi
ness association will meet at the
Free Methodist ehurch for an all
day session. Rev. Joseph Stocker
of Dallas will speak at 10:30
o'clock in the morning and Miss
Alice Watts, missionary to China,
will speak in the afternoon at
2:30. In the evening at 7:30
Evangelist Arnold will speak on
"The Mighty Baptism of the Holy
Ghost and Fire." This will be
known as question night and the
public is invited to bring in ques
tions on the bible, says Rev. M. H.
Pitcher, pastor.
Mehama Couple
Given Surprise
MEHAMA, Jan. 8 A .surprise
"Get acquainted" party was giv
en last night In honor of Mr. and
Mrs.' Paul Van Busklrk. Various
games ; furnished entertainment
until a late hour when refresh.
ments were served. Those pres
ent were: Mrs. Bohannon. Mr.
ana mrs. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs.
Branch, Mrs. Clinton Phillips,
Elisabeth Huehes. Mr. and Mm
Max Frame. Ted Mulkey, Mr. and
airs. Ryiand, Mr. and Mrs. Poy
ner, Mrs. Chapin, Mrs. Millie
Any Time 15c
wi mm,
Also Popeye tb Sailor fa
"I Yam mat I Yam
News and Taxie Boy Comedy
Wednesday & Thursday
Are Dime Nitea
Ctutriie (Papa) Rubles
Llary ( Mama) Boland
Fll tfPEI lY
Monroe, Jessie Moe, Mr. and Mrs.
L. A. Dickson, Mr. and Mrs, Wolf
kiel, . Mrs. Mabla Landers and
Andy; Mr. and Mrs. Goodell, Mr.
and Mrs. Wagner, Mr Waterman
and Mrs. Moe. .
mm puis
Good progress in' all depart
ments marked, the past twelve
month for the American Lutheran
church, reported Pastor P. W. Er-
iksea following the annual meet-j
lag held Sunday afternoon at the
The congregation ended the
year, financially speaking, "In the
SSSTw Til JL1?11" A
church showed an Increase in
membership including the guild.
which now has 82 on Its rolls. The
church membership also showed
substantial increase.
Church officers chosen tor the
new year are:
Secretary, Alvin Olsem treas
urer Elton H. Thompson: finan
cial secretary, A. M. Calsse; super
intendent, Arnold H. Krueger; or
ganist, Gladys Edgar; director of
music, William McGllchrist, Sr.;
trustees. R. C. Arpke, O. Seder-
strom, John pyrland, Chris Floer
and A. G. Anderson: nshers, El
mer Coward, Louis Rudie, Alvin
Olsen, Mark Gehlhar, Kenneth
Calsse and Berdle Sederstrom. ,
7 Legion Posts
In District Have
Boosted Rosters
District two of the American
Legion in Oregon has re-register
ed 7S.7 per cent of Its member
shin of 1358 at this time last year,
O. E. "Mose" Palmateer, district
commander, announced at the
Yamhill county pow-wow held at
Sheridan Friday night Seven of
the 17 district posts have raised
their membership for 1934 over
that for 193S at this time last
year: Woodburn, Sheridan, Sil-
verton, Stayton, West Salem,
Sherwood and Monmouth.
The state department's mem
bership now exceeds that of a
year ago by 44 per cent.
Legion notables attending tne
pow-wow included: state uom
mander Harrold J. Warner, Pen
dleton; State Vice-Commander
Joe Chamberlain, Corrallls; State
Adjutant Carl Mosher, Portland,
and Mrs. Dorothy Eakin, Dallas,
state president of the legion aux
iliary. Burglars Learn
High School Not
Productive Field
DALLAS. Jan. 8. (Special)
Ambitious burglars who apparent
ly had high ambitions broke Into
the Dallas high school building
Sunday night and searched the
premises for money. The only loot
taken as near as could be deter
mined was a sum between $S to
82.60 which was missing from
the superintendent's office.
Entrance to the building was
gained through the manual train
ing department door in the base
ment from where the burglars
went upstairs to the office of Su
perintendent R. R. Turner. All
locks in the office were jimmied
but nothing of great value was
found. Deputies from the sher
iff's office were called and were
working on the case today.
Business Women
Give Program at
Chemawa Grange
The following program numbers
will be presented by the Business
and Professional Women's club.
under direction of Miss Ruth
Moore, at the Chemawa grange
entertainment hour Thursday
Song aad dance by Gloria Ann
and Barbara Lee McClintock;
readings, Mrs. Erma Weisser;
songs, Mrs. Esther Hagedorn;
Scotch songs, Robert Hutcheon:
piano solo, Wilford Hagedorn.
Mrs. Blllie Herbster will be pian
ist for the program.
Baking Company
v Is Sued by Rice
George W. Rico yesterday filed
suit for 87350 against the Salem
Baking company. He alleges he
was seriously Injured August S,
1933, when struck by a ear driven
by an employe of the bakery. The
accident, plaintiff says, .occurred
on the north sido of Court street
Of the damages sought, 8250 are
tor medical care; 87509 are general.
"I Can Work
Every Day .Nov?
If yoa toast be on the job EVERY
DAY, take Lydia . Plnkham's Tab
lets. They ftlicve periodic pain and
discomlbrtj If yon take thea ttgu
Usij 1 1 1 and If yours is not a surgical
case i$ jan should be ablt to avoid
periodic upeeta, becanssT this medi
cine helps to correct the CAUSE of
ycrar trotiblei ; " ". , " -:-
I am a factory wos∾ 1 1
inervoas sad say stomach and back
severely, out since I took Lydia Ei
Flakhaja's Tablets the psiae
don't appear aoysaore-"-Mht
EtUm JTalscU 90d tt
mm en
f ConUntMd from pars 1) .
denied himself to all visitors after
he and his party had hurriedly
moved into the hotel as dawn was
breaking this morning. They had
flown through the night from Salt
Lake City, after a sudden and dra
matic departure from the palatini
private car In which Princess Bar
bara,, heiress to the Woolworth
fortune, was moving with her en
tourage to San Francisco. .
Their glittering honeymoon tour
interrupted, apparently by a dis-
ftog either to question or subpoena
the bridegroom. Prince Alexis
Mdivani and the, former Barbara
Hntton. 240,000,000 heiress, were
750 miles apart today.
Reservations for half a deck
and a suite of staterooms on the
liner Tatsuta Mara, which Is
scheduled to take the honeymoon-
ers to the orient, remained un
changed, officers of the line said.
The ship is due to leave San Fran
cisco Thursday.
Momentarily ontmanenvered but
still hoping Alexia would set foot
In California, Harry Owen, Los
Angeles district attorney's Investi
gator, established himself near the
fashionable hotel where the prin
cess stopped here. He said his feel
ings had been hurt by the flight
of the prince. -
"Why. I wasn't going to give
him a subpoena," said Owen. "I
Just wanted to take a little state
ment to use in connection with'the
trial of his two brothers. That's
all. And I'm going to stick right
here in San Francisco."
Sarah H.Higgins
Dies; Formerly
Salem Resident
Word was received here yester
day of the death Sunday in Port
land at the home of a daughter,
of Mrs. Sarah Hannah Hlgglns, for
many years a resident of Salem.
Mrs. Hlgglns until recently re
sided on East Nob Hill street Her
busband, Alvin P. Hlgglns, died
here last March.
Mrs. Hlgglns was active in the
work of the Leslie Memorial
Methodist Episcopal church here
and of Women's Relief eorps. She
is survived by daughters, Mrs.
Minnie King and Mrs. Ethel Mc
Intire of Salem, Mrs. Ruth Brown
and Mrs. Jennie Pauhud of Port
land and Mrs. LIbble Lingenfel
ter of Seattle, and a son, George
Hlgglns of Aurora, Neb. Funeral
services will be held from the
Terwilliger funeral home this af
ternoon at 2 o'clock with Rev. S.
Darlow Johnson officiating, fol
lowed by the ritualistic service of
the Women's Relief corps. Inter
ment will be In the City View
Ryan is Cleared
Of Larceny Count
In Justice Court
Gay E. Ryan, arrested in Port
land on a charge1 of larceny by
bailee, was found not guilty fol
lowing trial before Justice of the
Peace Miller Hayden Monday af
ternoon. According ' to evidence
brought out at the trial, Ryan
moved to Portland, leaving fur
nishings from an apartment be
longing to Alfred Whitesldes
with his folks here in 8alem, re
questing the articles be returned
to Whitesldes. But when White
sides went to the apartment and
found It bare, he swore out a com
plaint, not knowing of Ryan's ar
rangement to return the articles.
100 Boys Attend
For New Groups
More than 100 boys attended
the dinner given at the Y.M.CJL
Saturday in honor of recently
recruited members. Phil Brownell,
president of the Junior board 'and
of the Hi-Y club, served as toast-
Double Tour Efficiency
They relieve yoa of the nerv
ous tension caused by eye
strain and abolish headache
from the same source. Your
efficiency and energy will
be doubled with corrected
T took year Tsblets tot
painful periodsz My back,
ached sod 1 had cramping
pains; This medicine re
Ueved the pain immedlatalri
4 ess able so do my wool
now. Afm C C Vmdsr
HmftX gssTL Mmhtu AU
master. Responding, various mem
bers of the Junior board explained
activities sponsored by the Y.
New members -were welcomed
by C A. Kells, secretary; Fred
Smith, . assistant- physical direc
tor, : outlined the schedule of
classes open, to them, and Gus
Moore, boys; work secretary, pre
sented winners In the recent pa
per chase and awarded the foot
ball award i to Bin Shlnn, win
ner In the . recent membership
campaign. Music was furnished
throughout ! the dinner hour: by
Herman. Domogolla and his "pep"
Declaring? defendant only yes
terday pulled off her wedding
ring, and told her to "get out or
she'd be thrown out", Sylvia, Irene
Wheeler Monday tiled snit for di
vorce from Charles Merlen Whee
ler to whom she was married De
cember 28, 1931, at TfUamook.
She accused her husband of
being Jealous, of having a bad
temper, of calling her vile names
and of failing to provide for the
suppon or nis wire and small
daughter, plaintiff asks 320 a
month for support money for the
caua ana the restoration; of her
maiden name of Svlvia irn nr.
alte. T
Lillian Clemen fiiAi it
divorce from Cornet Clemens yes
terday. She says ha
of liquor, of gambling and at the
wuae ume aid not support her
properly. She asks th ip-i ...
tody of their twin children and
muuia ior their support
The Clemens were nirriui in
June, 19 29, at Enterprise.
Mehama, Lyons and
North Santiam in
Win at S. S.Meet
MEHAMA. Jn s tt.
hama Sunday school hired Arch
Klmsey of Stayton to take a truck
load of people to the Sunday
tcuuui convention held Sunday at
the Turner M. E. church.
filename brought home the con
vention ettendaneA hinna. v
Lyons took the banner for scrip-
mre ana nortn santiam the aver
age Quarterly attendance banner.
There were 28 present from Ma
Girls League Will
Elect January 19
Election of officers for the sec
ond semester will be held January
19 by the Girls' league at Salem
high school with the followinr
candidates in the running:
For president, Wilma Wirti
and Doris Barnett; for vice-president
Ruth : Yocom and Geneva
Barnes: for secretary. Marlorla
Safford and Eleanor Curtis; for
treasurer, Marian Ross and Max
ine Hill.
Pre-election speeches will he
made by the nominees January
hq n n r u ir i 1
They'll ram your fanny
langmerj nes a
Men's Soles Olio
Lady's Soles J&q
Children's So to 6g
Boy's Soles g3 to 0flo
Lady's Leather heels . . . 25c
Men's Leather heels .x. .50c
Lady's Bubber heels ..,..25c
I Hell's Bubber heels . . .T.-. . -...25o
Patches lOo to 25c
(Continued from pas X ' '
an, adding, ' "At least I suppose
she was a woman. A man had his
arm around her and said, 'don't
hit her, she's my wife'." This, ac
cording to Mrs. Wolfard, had- oc
curred outside the Olsen: dance
hall on the night of December
30. Because of insufficient light,
she said, she had not seen, the
woman so' that she would be able
to Identify her again. She denied
knowing either - Ralph Bloom or
his daughter. '
Because of conflicting 'testi
mony and because of the pecu
liar circumstances of the trial In
which ' the defendants and ac
cusers were not present at the
same time, the question of Iden
tification of the woman who
struck Dora May Bloom arose and
S. A. Pitney, constable who served
the warrant, and Harley Char-!
pilloz, who was also at the dance,
were called in. Identification- was
finally established satisfactorily to
the Judge. Roy Crltes went his
daughter's bond of 2100 and Mrs.
Wolfard was given & month in
which to pay the fine.
Mrs. Wolfard's parting shot at
the court was that the fine could
as well be set high and "be made
worth while, because I cant pay
it anyway."
Aldrich Estate
Probated Here;
Totals $100,000
Assets of . real and personal
property valued at 2100.000 were
left by the late Lewis P. Aldrich.
local banker, initial papers filed in
probate court here Monday reveal.
Mr. Aldrich did not make a wilt
The Ladd 4b Bush. Trust company
is to serve as his administrator.
His widow, Mrs. Donna W. Aid
rich is his sole heir. Appraisers of
the estate are Henry R. Crawford,
Paul Rasmussen and Alice H.
Page. Attorneys tor the estate will
be Page 4fc Page.
Fire Destroys
Dayton Farm Home
DAYTON. Ja- 8 Fire of un
known origin completely destroy
ed the II room farm home of
Chandler Warner about 4 p. m.
tcvcicnn1 hm wan
Silly Sym
phony, "Kight Be
fore Xmaa
Doors Ones. 8:43 p. M.
bone . . . yoaH scream with
devil with the ladies!
t v - - - -
.1 r sa.
in v
lubber Heels
Saturday. The farm is located
about five - miles southwest of ;
Dayton, In the Webfoot district
Mr. Warner, who Is JT years old,
bis son, Chandler Jr, son-in-law
and daughter,! (Mr. and Mrs. Sher
man Satchwell), ! were In the
house, rendering lard and making
sausage. No one was hurt -
years ago. No insurance was car-
National Honor
Installation to
Ceremonies installing nine Sa
lem high school ' seniors in- Na
tional Honor society will be held
in the high school auditorium
Thursday, January 11, at 8 p. m,
with Xiebanon and Albany high
school chapters as special guests
according' to an announcement
made yesterday.
. Elected- to the society, eualifl
cations for which include' in ad
dition to 'high scholastic rating;
recognised leadership In . school
activities and good' character
ranking, , are Mary Lois Driggs
Darle Dudley. Lawrence Edwards.
Florence Eshleman, Martha Oku
da, Marjorle Safford and Eugene
The installation program is
open to the public
A Clean, Wholesome
Picture for the Whole
Bruce Cabot
Betty Furness
Bllckey If Latest H Aesop's
McGuiret Pathe j Fable
Comedy 11 News HI Cartoon
ffllD ASTAItl
Never again f win
you caU t ltem
"the weaker sex."
A Paramonmt Picture . . . with
Dr. Y. T. Lam, N. Dw
Dr. Goldie O. Cbanv N, D.
Ask YurDrrnggb forth SOf. k$ . , .