The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, February 07, 1934, Page 3, Image 3

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didates for precinct committee
manshlp, all democrats, filed
Tuesday at the courthouse. So
numerous are candidates for these
posts becoming that a contest in
several precincts In the county is
anticipated. Yesterday's filings
were a Q. McElroy, 364 Jiorth
12th street, precinct two; I. M.
Boles, 671 North Capitol street,
precinct 22; O. W. Lewis, .1258
Leslie street, precinct four; G. C.
Sherman, route three, Salem
mights precinct.
Wanted, furniture, phone 5110.
ri 1 TtMtiiirMt Code PUnned
Restaurant men here are shortly
to meet to work out proTisions
etatA code of fair fractices,
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aside from wages ana noun
i.w priiraimrr ulans were
it a meeting at The Spa at
tended br restaurant operators
from Salem. Corvallis, Eugene,
Albany and other -valley towns
vcMant Ireland of the Port
land restaurant keepers' associa
tion acted as chairman.
Finds Old Paper Batty Coop
er, city sanitary inspector, yes
terday was exhibiting a 30-year
old copy of the Portland Evening
Telegram which he found on the
floor of an old building on South
Commercial street. Prominent on
the front page of the issue is a
picture of Alice Roosevelt,
"daughter of the president, who
j3 to attend the world's fair" held
that year at St. Louis, Mo.
Mrs. Nona Crosby, washability ex
pert, is showing Salem women
the proper method of washing
silk stockings to insure long wear.
Mrs Crosby will be demonstrat
ing in Miller's hosiery dept. all
this week. A full sired package of
Lux scap flakes will be included
with a purchase of Holeproof
special silk hose at 89c pair.
2 Seek Licenses Two couples
applied for marriage licenses yes
terday in jthe county elerk s of
fice. HowaTd A. Noble, -21, Aur
ora, farmer, asked permission to
wed Magdaleen V. Scheurer. 19,
housekeeper,. Aurora. Denilel
Robinson, 31, 2277North Liberty
street, a laborer, asked permis
sion to wed Anona Leona Beck,
23, Molalla, a housekeeper.
Cone Estate In r The estate
of the late Charles E. Cone was
admitted to probate here yester
day, Mabel J. Cone was named
executrix of his will which dis
poses of real and personal prop
' erty with a valuation of 14000.
The widow and Foster C. Cone, a
son, are sole heirs.
Bargain dance tonlte, Mellow
Moon. Ladles free till 9:30.
landscape Class Tonight
rr, i9nriuaT)A class snonsored by
the Salem Garden club will meet
tonight at 8 o'clock in tne i.
C. A. building. The planning of
units in the garden will be dis
cussed by T. Paul Dutcher, class
Final Account In Final ac
count In the estate of the late
John Duncan was filed Tuesday
in probate court. Income, all re
ceived from the state accident
tsnion. was placed at S3 6 3 8,
with disbursements to the heirs a
similar amount.
Guardian Named Otto F.
Johnson was named yesterday in
probate court here as guardian of
the estate of his three children.
John H., Elizabeth June and Mar
Jorie Anee, whose aggregate es
tate is said to be worth $1000.
Class Schedule Changed The
A. A. U. W. Spanish class re
gularly scheduled at 8 p.m.
Thursdays will hold this week's
meeting at 7:30 tonight, accord
ing to Burton C. Lemmon, teach
er. Ella Foster, proprietor of the
BrlJtht Spot, invites you to the
-Doney Lion's Speaker Dr.
Carl Gregg Doney,- president ot
"Willamette university, will be the
speaker at the Lions club lunch
eon at the- Gray Belle restaurant
Thursday noon. Ho has not an
nounced what his subject will be.
Portlander Forfeits A. L.
Mercado ot Portland, arrested
here Sunday for having four per
sons in the front aeat of his auto
mobile, forfeited J 5 in municipal
onnrt yesterday, according to
' court records.
Hard Time dance Macleay Thurs.
Stevens Estate In The es
tate of the late Ellis Stevens was
admitted to probate here Tuesday
and 8. I. Stevens was named ad
ministrator of property which has
an estimated value of $4250.
" Bush Changes Residence
Asabel Bush, Jr., is moving from
his residence at the northeast
corner of South Commercial and
"Bellevue streets to the Hazeldorf
In San Francisco Miss Mar
garet Magln, daughter ot Dr. and
Mrs. Louis Magln, is In San Fran
cisco undergoing serum treat
ments at the Coffey-Humber clinic
ior treatment as result of ininrv
to her arm sustained several
months ago. Mrs. Magln. irho is
with her, writes that her condi
tion Is so far unchanged, but that
tney are very optimistic about
success of the serum despite seri
ousness ot the condition. While
in California, they are guests of
Mrs. Magin's sister. Mrs. R. L.
McArthur. Mr. McArthur Is pastor
of Trinity Methodist church there.
Big Auction tonite, F. N. Wood-
ry's Auction Market, N. Summer.
Convention Opens An address
on mission work in Congo, Afrl
ca, illustrated with stereopticon
slides showing his own work
there, by Rev. W. C. Bbyer last
night featured the opening ses
sion of a week's mission conven
tion at the Alliance gospel taber
nacle, 655 Ferry. Tonight, Rev.
A. M. Lopston. missionary to the
Philippines, will giye an illustrat
ed lecture and Thursday night.
Rev. W. I. McGarvey, evangelist
and district superintendent, will
preach. The closing sessions will
be Sunday.
Trust Company Moves Mo
tion to strike was filed yester
day in the circuit court here by
the Equitable Trust company of
New York, one of several defen
dants along with the Oregon
Washington Water Service com
pany, In the recent condemna
tion suit brouht by the City of
Drink Salem Beer and keep your
money at home.
Asks Citation Lucy May
Peterson asked the circuit court
here Tuesday for a citation of
contempt of court against Charles
J. Peterson. She claims he is
three months in arrears of a
110 a month divorce settlement
due her which she asserts he is
amply able to pay.
Plaintiff Appeals Thelma
Ross, plaintiff in a suit against
Marion county which was decided
in favor of the defendant in cir
cuit court here, yesterday filed
notice in the county clerk's of
fice that she was going to ap
peal the litigation to the state
supreme court.
Opens Taft Grill Ella Fos
ter, proprietor of "The Bright
Spot," 360 Center street, an
nounced yesterday that she had
recently acquired the Taft grill in
Lincoln county and would hold
open house there February 10
with music, dancing and dining,
She will continue to operate her
local restaurant.
Drink Salem Beer and keep your
money at home.
Furnishes Ball Antone Ras
mussen, held on a drunken driv
ing charge, furnished undertaking
on $500 bail yesterday morning
and was released from the coun
ty jail. His case has not yet been
set for trial.
Boys to Hear President on
Saturday, Go to Church
Sunday Morning
Salem BQy Scouts part In na
tional scout week activities, Feb
ruary 8 to 14, were announced
yesterday by F. Howard Zinser.
executive for Cascade area coun
cil. The oustanding event of the
period will be the nation-wide ra
dio address to scouta and their
friends by President Franklin D
Roosevelt at 9 a. m., P.S.T., Sat
urday. The local program for the
week will be as follows: j
Thursday, February 8 Indi
vidual troop meetings for renewal
of scout oath.
Saturday All troops to mobil
ize and march to Willson park
and from there to the armory
where the president's address will
be heard and an entertainment
Sunday Annual church service
attendance by scouts In a body,
this year at the First Presbyterian
church. Scouts assemble at Willson
park at 10:45 a. m. and march to
the church.
Monday Scout birthday party
at Willamette gymnasium at 7:30
p. m. for all scouts. Five-cent gifts
to be exchanged.
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Housewives who visit local
Pay'n Takit stores Friday will
This year's Scout week, Zinser leave with a copy ot "The Fam
stated, celebrates the 24th annl
versary of the American organi
zation and starts a "year of prep
aration" for the silver jubilee in
Information regarding the pres
ident's address Saturday was re
ceived here yesterday from Wash
ington, D. C, by Carl Hoffman.
585 South Liberty street, who op-
ily Circle," sparking national
weekly magazine, tucked away
among their purchases according
to George Solterbeck, in charge
of the stores here.
Edited by Harry Evans, form
erly managing editor of "Life,"
the new magazine is anything by
a "booster sheet" house, organ.
The publication has more than
erates the central station for this 00?-.?ir.c,ult"or' " 1?
area of the army amateur radio I e,, Aonarimonta in.
network. The message received by
Hoffman reads:
"President Roosevelt will issue
from White House by radio over
National and Columbia broadcast
elude igh-type fiction, movie re
views, radio, fashion, humor, food
and contest departments.
Mr. Solterbeck said yesterday
that each Friday hereafter, per-
Test of Usefulness Must Be
Met by Organization,
Maniey Declares
Salem was honored Tuesday
with a visit from John E. Maniey,
general secretary of the national
(council of the Y. M. C. A., from
New York city. Mr. Maniey was
accompanied to Salem by Lester
Adams ot Seattle, northwest sec
retary. They met with members of
the Salem board In the late after
noon. Mr. Maniey Baw the Salem
plant for the first time and ex
pressed himself as greatly pleased
at the facilities here provided for
Y. service.
- He was the principal speaker at
a dinner at the First Presbyterian
church in the evening, which was
well attended with civic and
church leaders. Declaring that the
Y. M. C. A. was an institution
which like others must continual
ly meet the test of usefulness in
the environment of which it is a
part, he pointed out that the Y. M.
C. A. must grow and change to
meet new conditions. He expressed
his faith in the young people of
this generation, who he said com
pare "not one whit unfavorably
with the young people of my early
One ot the new tasks of the
Y. M. C. A. is to help men and
women use their leisure time prof
itably to develop their own cul
ture. With so much unemployment
and so much shortening ot hours
there is need for such an agency;
and in city after city the Y. M.
C. A. is rising to meet its new opportunity.
Mrs. F. A. Elliott spose nrieny
of the Y. W. C. A. campaign which
is under way this week. Mary
Elizabeth Kells sang two vocal
ing systems at noon E.S.T., Feb- Bong calling at Pay'n Takit stores
ruary 10, a special call to all win receive a free copy of the
scouts to serve in national gooa magazine.
turn. All scouts asked to listen
The current issue will include
a short story, "Two Wise Men,
bv Richard Connell, nationally
famous fiction writer; "iecn-
nique of cooking," by Ida Bailey
Allen: ideas for a Valentine par
ty bv Julia Lee Wright; "A Din
ner Date with Kay Francis," by
Harry Evans, which promises
some illuminating news; "Sons
Who Dodge Their Famous Fa
ther's Footsteps," by Harriet
With continued operation of Sa- Thorndyke; Rob e r t Pilgrim's
nm r.on,rg hnonltal At fitnlra n x-vuu .
i.r n ,h!mh. fa nnpr. picture and stage
ed to attend the meeting called by Harry :Tans
the hospital directors at the cham
ber of commerce at 8 o clock to-
reviews by
Decides Tuesday
One Marriage Annulled; Ten
Complainants Women;
All by Default
Hal E. Hoss at the residence,
362 Jerris avenue, Tuesday, Feb
ruary 6, at the age of 41 years.
Survived by widow, Myrtle E.
Hoss; four children, David, Jean.
John and Laura May, all of Sa
lem; parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Hoss; two sisters, Mrs. Ethel Birt
of Woodland, Wash., and Mrs.
Mabel Barker of Ventura, Cal.;
two brothers, Ray Hoss of Hope,
Idaho, and Jean B. Hoss of Menlo
Park, Cal.; Eeveral nephews and
nieces. Christian Science services
will be held from the chapel of
Clough - Barrick company, Thurs-
house at her Taft Grill, Taft, ! day, February 8, at 2 p. m., Wal-
ier M. amun, reauer. luieiiueuc
Beicrest Memorial park.
Der oi commerce m o u ciuck iw- i
night to discuss means ot paying UllClCTTIlcLTl LiOSeS
on s&uuo interest now overaue on .
the institution's bonds. The direc- fr LatkV ' Uflfi
Inn hesn throntPTiprt with 1
foreclosure against the hospital if
they fail to pay the interest with-
Tr. f is i,.Mnr. Trhn Judge L. G. Lewelling yester-
-Bravo nf hnlstpr- day decided in the case of F. J
' c I'"-" I . . J !. IV. U-
ing the institution's temporarily lamy, aummisuui ui uc-
poor financial condition, are mat s esiaie, s ; V
r .... . I J . - nn hnf To T lrv
tnoana nt raising the interest Day- ouu ulucjb, .""-
niont will hfl found and that there- should have strict foreclosure on
ftr bottia sort of reorganization a contract for sale of real prop-
m,v Voen thft institution on a net- erty againsc aunaerman
ter footine. Krueger sold the property.
At present the board contem- which passed througn several
nutoo na one sten In restoring the hands under contracts of sale.
hospital to a paying basis the em- with the equity finally being put
ployment of C. J. Cummings, Ta- up with the Bank of Stayton as
coma hospital man, to act tem- collateral and the bank selling to
norarily as business manager, ana Sunderman. A defendant namea
as another, employment of an ex- Archembeau then advanced $2800
pert radiologist and pathologist, to Sunderman to pay the bank, af-
Mr. Cummings is now serving the ter which Sunderman allegedly
board in an advisory capacity. failed to carry out a mortgage
A representative of Saiem uea- agreement.
rnnpss hosoital. whose manage- Snnderman is eiven 90 days in
ment has considered acquiring tne which to perform his contract. If
General hospital plant, is expected ne tali3, Archembeau is to get his
University Music
Department Gives
Program Friday
A clever musical event of Fri
day night will be the "Plumber's
Opera" to be given in the audi
torium of Waller hall on the
Willamette university campus by
the music department. Cameron
Marshall Is directing.
Included in the cast are Eliza
beth Clement, Robert Mayne,
Harriett Adams, Richard Smart
and Earl Henry. Clara Wright is
the "orchestra."
Blue Key, service honorary for
men, is sponsoring the program
and as an added feature will
Dut on a performance by Madam
"Human Shank." A blues sing
ing contest will also be held. A
portion of the receipts will go
to the scholarship fund of the
Ten divorces and one marriage
annulment were handed down here
Tuesday afternoon by Judge L. G
Lewelling in circuit court, the de
cisions constituting the largest
volume of matrimony business
transacted In the courts locally in
one day in more than a year. In
each Instance defendant tailed to
appear, the decree being granted
by default. Ten out of the 11 com
plainants were women.
Golda Dinwiddle secured a di
vorce from George D. Dinwiddle
to whom she was married in 1932,
on a desertion charge. She was al
lowed $80 for costs.
Mabel G. Rosheim secured her
freedom from Clarence Rosheim
and the restoration of her maiden
name of Mabel G. McHale. The
couple married in 1927; plaintiff
accused defendant of bad temper
and occasional periods when he
would strike her.
Marguerite L. Byers was award
ed a decree from William C. By
ers, annulling their marriage in
1930. She contended she was mar
ried at Vancouver, Wash., less
than six months from the time of
a former divorce, relying on the
statements of her husband, an attorney.
Pearl J. Hill Becured a aecree
from Lauris E. Hill on the grounds
that he failed to provide for her
self and child. She was awarded
$10 a month for the latter's sup- i
port. The Hills married in 1929. i
Fernando B. Hilton secured a j
decree from Andrew H. Hilton
whom she married in 1920, on the
grounds that he deserted her In
1931. The court restored her maid
en name of Fernande B. Feuger
eux. Francis Earnest was awarded a
divorce from Florence K. Earnest
whom he married in 1924. The
charge was desertion. The custody
of their child was given to the de
fendant along with $15 a month
for support funds.
Ida Lucille Robinson won her
freedom from Gleen Leroy Robi
son to whom she was wedded In
1932. The charge was desertion.
She was awarded their child and
$10 a month support mopey.
A decree was awarded to La-
verne Lucille Cook from John IL
Cook whom she married In 1923.
She alleged cruel and inhuman
treatment The court awarded her
115 a month to support their two
Margaret Weiaer was awarded
a divorce from Robert Welser to
whom she was married in 1929.
She contended defendant had been
incarcerated In the state peniten
tiary. The court awarded her the
custody ot their one child.
G. Mennis was awarded her
freedom from Alva Mennis whom
she married in 1904.
Gladys Snell secured a decree
from Earl F. Snell, charging cruel
and Inhuman treatment. The cou
ple married in 1929. The court re
stored her maiden name of Gladys
Case Dropped Suit of Thomas-
A. Roberts against Leslie Mor
gan ' and several others was
dropped here yesterday when liti
gants stipulated that the matter
had been settled out of court.
Judgment Secured A de
fault judgment for $1942 was
entered in the records of the cir
cuit court here yesterday by Mae
B. Talbott against E. T. .Pierce.
First formally to seek, nomina
tion for a seat on the city council
Is Frank E. Needham, 740 South
Commercial street, who is now -completing
a term as alderman
from the third ward. Needham
filed notice ot hi candidacy for
a second term with the city re
corder yesterday.
Arthur Girod. who has never
been a council member but who
has served on several budget com
mittees, and Alderman David
O'Hara were yesterday preparing
to file their candidacies for the
two fifth ward positions to be fill
ed in May.
Both Needham and O'Hara have
been active on the council. Need
ham is chairman of the police
committee and a member of the
ways and means, accounts and
current expenses, and sewer com
mittees. O'Hara has been ways
and means chairman through two
Vicks Nose Drops
Vicks VapoRub
m (Fan details of Vicks Colds-Control Plan fat each Vicks package)
Patent Drafting Service
638 Mead Building
Portland, Oregon
Will Be at Salem Hotel
Wednesday and Thursday
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Now is the time to fertilize your lawn and shrubs.
We offer you the following reliable fertilizers:
25-lb. bags .$1.50
50-lb. bags $2.50
100 lbs $4.00
50-lb. bags $1.50
100-lb. bags $2.50
100 lbs. $1.00
50-lb. bags $2.00
100-lb. bags $3.50
50 lbs $1.25
100 lbs. : $2.25
100 lbs $4.00
A complete stock of Mixed Lawn Seeds, all grades, and all the
various Fancy Grasses and White Clover. Especially selected
for purity and germination.
PHONE 4952 261 STATE ST.
to attend tonight's meeting.
money back.
Mrs. Ella O'Connor Davis at the
residence, route 7, Saturday, Feb
ruary 3, aged 75 years. Survived
by widower, C. K. Davis; brother,
Bert Streeter of Kalamazoo, Mich.,
two daughters, Mrs. Grace Robin
son of Portland and Nina E. Gil
bert of Salem; 6ons, Fred Brown
of Junction City, Harry Brown of
Osseo, Wis., and J. A. Libbea of
Los Angeles: four grandchildren
and five great grandchildren. Fun
eral services will be held from the
chapel of Clough - Barrick com
pany, Thursday, February 8, at
10:30 a. m. with Rev. D. R.
Schierman officiating.
Coming Events
February 7 -Public meet
ing on status Salem General
hospital; chamber of com
merce, 8 p.m.
February 8 AVillamctte
vs. New York Ghosts, bas
ketball. February 10 vVilbun
etter vs. College , of Idaho,
basketball. ' -
February 14 Cberrian
dinner meeting, M a r 1 o a
' Ferbuary 15 Polk coun
ty Rural Woman's Federat
ed club at Bridgeport.
February 15 Public in
itiation for county Veteran
f Foreign Wars. '
February 15 Reserve Of
ficers association of Marion
ad Polk cou-ties, formal
military ball honoring Ha
or General G e o r g A.
" February 20-21 Midyear
Methodist rally. First M. E.
At the residence, 445
street, early February 6
Norval Reece, aged 75 years. Hus
band of Lula Reece; grandfather
of Blanche Grentzenberg ot Sa
lem, brother of Mrs. Will Ball and
Rena Hermen of Iowa. Funeral
services Wednesday. February 7,
at 3 p. m. from Rigdon's Mor
tuary, Rev. B. Earle Parker officiating.
Program IS blated Cnntrantnrc Hear
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'M'JraSSSit Address on Zoning
on Thursday Night
HOPEWELL, Feb. 6. The
three - act comedy, "Business
Picks Up," was presented at the
vairvipw school Saturday with
great success. Music between acts
was furnished by wrs. neien mc
Carty, Mrs. Lois Stephens, Fred
Vincent and Frits Kiminkl. Lunch
Twenty-five contractors, mem
bers of the Salem Building Em
ployers' association, met for din
ner at Cole's cafe last night to
hear an address on planning and
zoning of cities delivered by an
engineer named McClure from
the regional PWA advisory board.
Portland. The other speaker of
the evening, O. G. Hughson of
was served.
A program consisting of a short portiand. outlined Dlans for the
nlay and other interesting num- second annual state convention
Bers will be given at the Hope
well school February 8.
of the Oregon Building congress
t to be held here March 9.
Health Conceits
Profit is $97 0
Almost $100 was realized from
the benefit concert directed by
Professor Hobson and given re
cently at Waller hall for the Ma
rion county department of health,
Charles S. McElhihhy, In charge
of the ticket sales, reported yes
terday. The money will probably
be used to purchase a new type of
film used to take tuberculosis
suspect X-rays. The net proceeds
ot the. concert totaled $97.80.
SILVERTOJf, Feb. 5 A daugh
ter, Catherine, was born to Mr.
and Mrs, George Johnson (Dena
Mosenq)- at the Silverton hospital
Saturday morning.
At Mehama, early February 6,
Frank Kubin, aged 71 years. Hus
band of Caroline Frances Kubin:
father of Chester F., Otto F.. June
M.t Earnest F., and Edwin L. Ku
bin; grandfather ot Robert Frank
lin Kubin; brother of Joseph and
Van Knbin ot Kansas. Fred Kn
bin of Polk county, Mary Good-
sheller. Annie Spiller and Fran
ces Wilson of Kansas, and Jose
phine Hron of Oklahoma. Private
funeral services Thursday, Feb
ruary 8, at 10:30 a. m. from Rig
don'a Mortuary, followed by cre
mation. 1 Births T
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Berry To Mr. and Mrs.
George William Berry of Chem-
ivi. a Erirl. born February 4 at
the Salem Indian school hospital
- Colling To Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur N. Colling, 1985 fiortn jrutn
street, a girl, bora February 3 at
Salem Deaconess hospital.
YoungiJteley Gets 2
Cups For Declamation
Billy Utely, son ot Mr. and Mrs.
A. E. Utely of Brush College and
junior in Salem high School.
lecelved two silver loving cups,
one for his school and the other
for himself, when he won first
place honors In the second annual
interscholastic forensic tourna
ment held at Linfield college at
McMinnville, Friday and Satur
day. Billy gave Victor Hugo's
"Jean Val Jean" as his selection
in the declamatory section and
was the only one to win cups.
We wish to express our sincere
gratitude to our many friends for
the kindness and sympathy ex
tended us in our recent sorrow.
Wm. P. Schotthoefer and the
Bartos family, r
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Chinese Medicine
& Herb Co.
New Method With
out Operation
8. B. FOXG, Herb Specialist
Eight years' practice in China.
Uses all Chinese herbs for piles,
kidney, bladder, stomach, ca
tarrh, constipation, glands,
rheumatism, tumor, asthma,
headache, liver, male and fe
male troubles 11 years of
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