The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, April 03, 1947, Page 5, Image 5

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OtECON DINXE PLANNED
Local chamber of eommerce,of
ftaal have been notified that W.
U. b. Dodson, Portland chamber
. representative in Washington, D.
. C, is arranging ar Oregon din
aer lor congressmen and cham
ber officials attending the U. S.
Chamber of Commerce .conven
tion in the nation capital April
2. Robert C Paulus of Paulus
Bros.- cannery, member of the na
tional chamber' agriculture com
mittee, will represent the Salem
chamber. "
Expert watch tt clock repairing. 5
day service at Stev-na Jewelry..
Closed Friday one day only Open
as usual' Saturday. Special Easier
Dinner starting at 1:30 pjifc Sun
day April 6th. Plan to bring your
fsmiJy Lounge closed until 6. -00
1 jjjn. Normandy Manor. Ph. 558 J.
Easter Gifts for all Box choco
lates, cigars by the box, Easter
- baskt-at Ruth'i Lobby, Pioneer
Trust BMg.
Obituary
SMtVlKC
Ea fcmlt Dcvlna. lata resident of
- 2WI N- 4th t.. in this. --city.
March . at ne Of M years. Wife
. tf W. F-vrrtt DtTinf of Salam; mother
tit Ruth B. Want of Sayersfteld, M
mnd 1 A(nrt Davidson. MiwouU.
Moat : sl.ter of Anton Hasslnger of
" feeqiuen.. Tx- and Miss Mtnnte Has
Singer at Salem. Four grandchildren
- mio survive. Senrkva will t b-W
Frtdav. April 4. at 1:30 p jtv. at the W.
T. Risdon j. ehaprt with concluding
acrvim at Bek-rest Memorial parav
lb Rev. Cora Gregory will ffHHate.
- BCHCTZ " ' '
. Gottfried Sehuut. late resident of
route i. Salem, at a local hospital.
April 1. at the as of 81 years. Sur
vived by a brother, John Scbutat-of
. SVaiem. Services will be held Thurs
day. April 3. tt p. m. at the C lough-fcarr-
chapel, with the Rev. T. FJ
Oti off iciatinf . Interment in Belcrest
Memorial park, .
. wtscah -' 1 -
Mrs. Minnie V. Duncan, at tha resi
dence, rout I. Independence. Mondi.
Marm It. Wife of James A.Duncan
of Independence; and meter Mrs.
, iM-lla L-uneer of .Lafayette. Ore Mra.
. ' Flora Btmigtt. Mrs. Jessie 5houp and
' - B. B Etouih. all of Portland, and
Sum Bioucb of Yakima, wwh. Pri
vate services will be held Thursday,
April S. at 11 a. ni. at Ri verview ao
bey. Portland, under direction of
- Oeueh-Barnck company. Interment
' in Riverview mausoleum.
KrxsoM ' - ' "
" -At th residence. 124S K. Commer
eial t April 1, Georfe Earl Nelson,
at the as of C7 yean. Husband of
" Zada Kelson of Salem; father of Mrs,
Mattel E. iGradiei iKobinon and
Claude James Nelson of Salem, Xeo
Earl Nelson of Rwlinda. Calif.; and
brother of Mra. War I Kurth of Bl
. vanr. loata. Ate survivtna; ar three
I ' rrandsocM and three granddaughters.
Krrvicrs will b Saturday. April , at
! leji am. in th W. T. Kigdon chape.
The Rev. Seth liuntmgton will of-
; i icsate. Concluding services City View
'cemetery. M
BrTOW " '-
Mrs. DeUa May Burton, 1st resident
cf Salens route 8. at a local hospital.
Aertl J. at the ase of 34 year. Sur
" vtved b husband. Tom R. Burton;
' tvo children, Roy Burton and Se
Corua Burton:' sister. Mrs. Eva Sfrsus
baur.h: brother. ' Eurena Weathers;
. and ax rests, Mr. and Mra. Wiley
Weathers, all of Salem. Member of
First Rapltss church and Maccabe
' tent hive MO. Services will fa held
Friday. April. 4, at 3:30 p.m.' at th
Howell-Edvards chapel with the Rev.
EJoyd T. Anderson offlciatinf . Inter
" snent in Belcrest Memorial park.
t5EAC0N'ESS dischaeges
Mrs. Dale Boyd, route 2, Salem,
took " her Infant daughter home
from Salem Deaconess hospital
yesterday. Baby ions were taken
home by Mra. Melvin Davis, 1265
E. ' Rural st. Mrs. Ray Panger.
245 S. Cottage tt Mrs. William
41elton, 65 Fairhaven ave.: Mrs.
Jack . Williams, route 1, Salem;
Mra. Chester Frederickson, box
20, Highway ave.. and Mrs. George
Barry, 2382 State St.
New tin of samples on hand for
furniture upholstery. For esti
mates call 8560.
Weslx electrie 2.5 K. W. & 2 FC W.
built-in wall heaters now avail
ably R. L. Elfstrom Co.
CATHOLIC SERVICE LISTED
.Service for Holy Thursday at
St. Joseph's Catholic church will
start with a sung mass at 8 a. m
with adoration during the day un
til the holy hour service at 7:30
p. m. St. Vincent dePaul's serv
ices will start with a sung mass
at 8 a. m. 'with adoration ' until
the holy hour at 7:45 p. m. j
Dexter lawn mower and grinding
service. Ph. 6833. 960 Center.
For sale: Registered Polled Here
ford cattle owned by Warren F.
Pohle estate. Call at Pioneer Trust
company, Salem. Oregon, for- de
tails. Ph. 3136. ;t '
COUNTY BUTS TRUCKS -Two
new trucks have been pur
chased by Marion county. Judge
Grant, Murphy said Wednesday
The trucks, which are being made
into dump trucks at the county
shops, were purchased from the
Herrold and Phillippi company at
Stayton. ,:
Elec. wiring, no delay. . Ph. 8740
Salem. BaU . Bros Turner.
Chads Corsetiere. Phone 8495.
AURORA GARAGE NAMED
L. E. Gienau and R. L. Gienau.
both, of Aurora, filed an assumed
business name certificate with the
Marion Tountjr clerk's office,
Wednesday . for the Aurora ga
rage. y.
Easter lilies. Pemberton's Flower
Shop. 1880 S. 12th. Ph. 23346.
Pythian Sisters Lodge! Food, bake
& fancy work sale at Portland Gas
dc.Ccke Thursday.- ; S
DEMOLATS IN PORTLAND
- A bus load of Salem DeMolay
members went to Portland last
evening for special ceremonies
conducted by Sunnyside - chapter
of Portland. Eighteen local mem
bers were to receive degrees. 4
Northern Lawn ' mowers, limited
quantity. R. L. Elfstrom Co.
Henry P. Toeys Is now associated
with The Real Estate Market, 433
N. High St. Phone 24793.
MAN'S FINGER CRUSHED
Saiem first aid men referred
to a physician-Wednesday James
Mahula, 1466 N. Liberty st, whose
finger was mashed in an accident
at the local paper mill.
ftSSSSEM
At Marilyn's
WHITE SUEDE
, 1.'-
ALL
SIZES
featured In VOGUE GLAM
OUR, and other leading mag
azine ... and now yours in
white ... spring's most ver
satile open' sandal.
i SHOES
387 Court Street
Opposite" Bimer's
. Jf V . f I J ' if i
DIRECTOR'S JOB OPEN
Applications for civil service
examination for the $400 a month
position of state employment serv
ice director will be accepted un
til April 19, the state civil service
commission announced yesterday
after extending the deadline be
cause only a few applications
have been received. The position
was vacated by recent resignation
of L. C. StolL v
River silt, top '.son and fill dirt
Com! Sand B. Gravel Ph. 21966.
Rummage - sale Letter Carriers
auxiliary. Wed. & Thurs April
2 tt 3. Over Greenbaum's. - i
LICENSED TO WED .
: Among marriage licenses on
record at Vancouver, Wash., yes-
Lterday were those ' of - Joyce
Thompson. 478 N. Cottage st.; Sa
lem, and William T. Cox, route J,
Rickreali, and of two Salem cou
ples, Ola Kimball, 248 N. Church
st, and Lyle C Elackman, 535
Madrona st," and Lorraine Hart,
2010 N. Commercial st., and Ken
neth O. Hoiloway, 326 Division st.
Dr. Lewis D. Clark and Dr. May-
nard Q. Shi ffec announce the re
moval of their " offices from the
First National Bank BIdg. to the
newly completed Physicians BJdg
E. Center at 13th St Ph. 8275.
Plate glass now ' available' Don
Brown, FJfstrom's.- . -
WHOLESALERS FILR
Harry L. McBurnett and Jaek
L. Doerk filed an assumed busi
ness certificate Wednesday for the
Salem General Jobbing Co. with
the Marion county clerk's office".
The firm will wholesale sporting
goods. " At the same time Stephen
J. Fouchek filed a certificate of
retirement from the concern.
..
G. E. automatic blankets a year
r o u n d comfort and pleasure
limited quantity at Appliance
Dept R. L. Elfstrom Ca
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Insured savings earn more than
two per cent at Salem Federal
Savings Association. 130 South Li
berty street -
ALTERATIONS APPROVED
C A. Kenney was issued a per
mit by the city engineer's office
Wednesday to make alterations, to
cost about $700, to a house at 1580
Center, st, and construction of a
$250 garage at 1080 S. 14th st,
by E. A. Griepentrog, was ap
proved. . '
For factories, offices & business
uses, 12" General Electric wall
clocks. $12.48, tax incL R. L. Elf
strom Ca '
For Easter give her a box of The
Spa's" fine chocolates made fresh
daily In our candy kitchen. Spa,
382 State.
TIRE AND WHEEL GONE
Allen C. Jones, 776 N. Com
mercial st, reported to police
Tuesday evening the theft of a
tire and wheel from his car some
time during the past three days.
New location Cronise Studio. 439
Court St, overSmith Baking Co. t
For Easter give her a box of "The
Spa'S" fine chocolates made fresh
daily in our candy kitchen, Spa.
382 State. 4 .
EVERY FUNERAL
SERVICE
entrusted to us is individually
planned and personally direct
ed - - its cost determined by
the family's wishes.
HOWELL - EDWARDS
Salem Funeral Chapel
845 N. Capitol St Phone 3672
SLEEPING DRIVER REPORTED
James Everett Raines of Co
burg fell asleep at the wheel and
his truck crashed into a parked
car, owned by Edna M. Fery of
Stayton, in the 600 block of Cen
ter st, at about 3:30 a. m. yes
terday, investigating city- police
report Raines was .fined $10 in
city court Wednesday for driving
without a chauffeur's license.
Dr. Charles S. Campbell, Drl Hor
ace D. McGee & Dr. Robert FI!
Wulf announce the removal of
their offices from Rm. 504 Guar
dian BIdg. to the newly completed
Physicians BIdg, . 1280 Center st.
Ph. 9275.
V
Announcing opening TT A. Berg
lahd Real Estate office at 3205
'.Portland road. Farm, city and
Business listing needed, and deeply
appreciated. Lots of parking
space. Residence phone 6438. Bus
iness phone 21073.
ENGINEERS WANTED
- .Engineers are being sought to
fill: U. S. civil "service positions
for aeronautical research scien
tists, paying from $3397 to $9975
annually, it was announced yes
terday by-William H. Fischer, lo
cal civil? service secretary, who
has additional information at his
office in the Salem post, office.
Special Easter permanents $2.50
and up. Open on Saturdays. Mod
ern Beauty College. 179 N- Lib-
; ' . :
Meeting of American Legion aux
iliary unit 136 scheduled for Thurs
day evening has. been postponed
due to pre-Easter activities.
VIRGIL PADE AWAY
Out of the city is Virgil Pade,
proprietor of Pade's 'coffee shop,
1241 State st, who will attend a
national restaurant convention in
Chicago and visit relatives in
Wisconsin and South Dakota be
fore returning to Salem.
Johns-Man ville slate surface shin
gles applied by expert workmen.
Nothing down, 3 yrs. to pay. Mi
this Bros. Roofing Co., 164 S.
Coml. Free estimates. Ph. 4642.
Air-Steamship tickets anywhere.
KugeL 7694. 735 N. Capitol St
Tor Easter give blooming azaleas,
camellias, rhododendrons, mag
nolias.. Shrubs that live on thru
theyears. Knight Pearcy Nsy. So.
Liberty 3 blks so. of State,
NORRIS TO ARKANSAS
Jesse F. Norris was released
Wednesday from the Marion
county jail to Deputy Sheriff M.
Crider, Washington county, Ar
kansas, to be returned to that
state. Norris is charged with dis
posing of mortgaged property, in
Arkansas, Sheriff Denver Young
said.
i
Available now. Spark oil heaters.
Judson's, 279 ComI., Ph. 4141.
We need 20 turkey pickers. Mar
ion Creamery. Thurs. 8 am 245
D st . . .
DAUGHTERS TAKEN HOME
Three mothers who j took their
era I hospital Wednesday were
daughters home from; Salem Gen
Mrs. M. J. Mathers.v 1505 N. 5th
st, Mrs. Eugene Lospett, Inde
pendence, and Mrs. . John Deck
ard, route 9. Salem. I
i
Rummage sale American Legion
aux. Fri. & Sat.. April 4 & 5.
over Greenbaum's. j
Water softeners avai lable now at
Judson's. 279 N. Com'l.
EASTER PROGRAM SET
An Easter program at the Sa
lem Lions club luncheon this
noon in the Marion hotel will
feature fin address of "The' Sig
nificance of Easter" by Dr. Ches
ter Hamblin. pastor of IFirst Pres
byterian church.
Refinish your own floors. Rent a
floor sander from Wood row's, 440
Center st. i
Births
MATTniEl To Mr. and Mrs.
Fred A. Matthieu, 85 j Fairh,aven
ave.. a son. Wednesday, April 2,
at Salem General hospital.
USELMAN To Mr. I and Mrs.
M. N. Uselman, Mt. Angel, a son,
Wednesday, April 2, ; at Salem
General hospital.
SPARKS To Mr. and Mrs.
John Sparks,. Monmouth, a son,
Wednesday, April 2, at Salem
General hospital. i
REES To Mr. and Mrs. Regi
nald Rees. 1620 Ferry 1st. a son
Wednesday. April 2, , at Salem
Deaconess hospital. !
JACKSON To Mr. j and Mrs
George Jackson, Turner, a son,
Wednesdays April 2, j at Salem
Deaconess hospital. j
LOG PERMITS " T
Log hauling permits have been
granted this week by the Marion
county court to Edwin B. Miles,
route 5, box 193. R. F. Gatchell,
15 Ratcliff dr, and C. A. Scheid
ler, Silverton.
LAWN MOWER STOLEN
Ethel Lau of 720 Tillman ave.
reported Tuesday to police the
theft of a lawn mower from her
garage sometime since March 26.
TAX TURNOVER MADE
Additional tax turnover for
1945-46 amounting tw $42,251.56
was made yesterday by Sheriff
Denver Young to the Marion
county trea.surer.
UAL STAFF FEATURED
Mary Blake. United Air Lines
publicity official from Seattle,
will be in' Salem today to. pre
pare photos and a magazine story
.featuring the Salem UAL staff
and facilities.7
Tha Slcrleaman. Salem. Or 0900. Thuxaday. April 3. 1347 S
Snell Appoints Day
As Multnomah Judge
Appointment of Frank Day, 29,
Portland attorney, as successor' to
District Judge John Hunt'Hen
drickson, Multnomah county, was
V ...
announced . by. r Gov. Earl , Sneil
here Wednesday. Judge Hendrick
son resigned effective Blay 31, be
cause of ill health.,. - .: .11
The real name of the - French
writer, Voltaire, : was Francois
Marie Arouet. I i I : A
Uah.-ed 20 . Families
In la rested la country living to share my private state-
In bcrutifuL new, modern ' homes : oc their ownnow.
Fertile- acreage- wooded hillsldea macroificent view :
river and mountcda. Moderately priced-fidequateTy fi-'
nanced. Phon 2-2106. Writ or drive out RU 3. Box 8C8.
nanced. Phon 2-2108. Write or drive, out RL 3. Box 80S-
;fiffli6t7.l:ISaKdi7aje
ICs here '' " !'
Sieclcoie Robber Enamel
; - . The' finest ' finish obtainable
A BBILLIANT HIGH GLOSS THAT STAYS HIGH GLOSS
Ifa Waterproof SoapJrVooi Alcohol Proof
Weather Proof Wear Prooi
Will not crack or chip
Use STEELCOTE for . . .
. KITCHEN ' AND BATHROOM
WOODWORK AND CABINETS
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS
BOATS. CANOES AND AUTOS
No dlaappolnhnenui with SteelcW
No brush marks becauso it's self-lsveling
Easy to apply
19 modern colore find shades; 1 , '
also black, white, aluminum v and clear "
QJ. 2.95 PI. 1.65
c W-Pinf. . 55 c
STEELCOTE
-Piai . .
Not expensive because it covers .
1280 State St; ,
Phono 4140 Convenient Parking
SAlffl HOME FURN. CO. fflsi
137 SOUTH COinimCIAL ST.
ELECTDIC HEATEBS
Penn Air Heater '7J95
Royal lIaster.......... 1 0.95
' Welko IJeater ........... 12.50
Heater with Fan........ 15.95
Radiator Heater ......:.2 1.95
COIIPLETE
BUini DED : ; .
2-coiI springs," ladder,
2 "mattresses, iriiard
'rail. Bunk Bed can be
used as 2 twin beds. -
PBESSURE COOKERS
I !
Presto, 4-qt............ 3.95
Time Saver .... 12.95
ELECTRICAL GOODS
Table Broiler 1 2.95
Travel Iron.,.. 5.95
2-SIice Toaster .... 1 0
ELECTRIC CLOCKS
. Prices Include Excise Tax
- a-
Ivory Defk Clock.-....,...5t12
i
Mhg. Mantel - Clock.. 1 1 .40
Kitchen Wall Clock....9.5
2-Burner Rangette --39.50
6-Yn. size enms
LIFT DROP FRONT
13.50 and 14.50
" AUTOMATIC DROP FRONT
$17.50, $1950 lo $34.50
CRIB
7.95
T7e Give SClH Green Stamps
MII!He.e'sanOiji)m
To Buy New Easter Clothcis
At the J. J. Clothes Shop
Sensational Price Slashing
Closing
On!
Closing
Oai .
Of Incomplete Size Ranges & Discontinued Items
Chelson Fur Fell Hals
We have "too many Sizes IV to 74 Only
Regular $7.50 to $10.00. If you can wear
these sizes.
Your Choice
Now at
$g95
SPORT SHIRTS
ei
t
595
a
Ultimo brand. Custom tailored. Sizes me
dium, small St large. Regular $5.60 tt $6.95.
Your Choice
Now at
Ilechiies
Trojan and
Rasley Brands
Discontinuing this line. Top quality. Regular
$1.00 to $2.90.
Your Choice
Now
3
Off
Discontinuing This Line -r
LOIIDOII BBAIID
.Nationally advertised belts it suspenders
regular ai.uu iu imu.
Your Choice
Now
Off
Milford Men's Fine Hose
All wool, part wool, nylon, rayon tt mercer
ized, cotton, elastic top St ribbed top; solid &
fancy colors.
ill Great Redactions
T-Sliiris, Briefs
Athletic Shirts & Shorts
Top Quality Brands"
Ai Great Reductions
SUIT CASES
Discontinuing This Line
AT OFF
REGULAR PRICES '
Princeton Sweaters
Discontinuing This Line
100 wool slipovers with sleeves & sleeve
less. Regular $4.95 tt $7.50.
Now $3.50 and " $5.95
POLO SHIRTS
Discontinuing This Line
In stripes tt fancy weave, extra fine quality.
mall, medium & large. Reg. price 11.83.
Your Choice
Now
$5139
Fruit of the Loom Handker
chiefs. 5 for . ....
$1.00
Fine Hemstitched Handkerchiefs
Reg. 45c to 50c
Now, 6 for ... . ,
$2.25
All-Wealher Jackets
Discontinuing This Line -Sigmund
Eisher make. Regular $9.75 to $13. '
Your Choice Now i.
Off
RAIIICOATS
Fine- gabardine tt twill fabrics, civilian coats.
114 officer's style tt raglan model, for year
round every day wear, yet rainproof, in sand
shades, aU sizes. Regular $12.75 to $23.75.
now $(g)75 :
Just received an excellent selection of '
. new spring s
SUITS
100 wooL new smart styles expertly tail
ored, new low prices.
SLACKS '
Large tt complete stock of colors tt sizes. No '
finer fabrics anywhere at any price. Expert-'
ly tailored tt finest fitting slacks & suit U
pants. Gabardines, covert cloth,; tweeds,
twills, whipcord, serges & sharkskins. All
sizes, 28 to 42 waist. Regular $9.75 to $18.50.'
. SALE PRICES i !
7.95 m 12.95,
R95 16,59
Sport & j Leisnre Coats
At Great Rednctions i
TOPCOATS ;
Regular Price $35 w JJ l5o;
now ; TAK
100 wool tweeds, expertly tailored, single
Ac Opu bie breasted, regular S35 to S45.
NOW
z j ONLY"
Gabardine Soils
Single breasted lounge model, full lined
coats tt pleated pints, in tan, brown it blue.
Formerly $35.00. ; ;
SUITS
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V
lNOW
ONLy
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Tie Clasps Collar Bar ;
& Key Chains ....L
Discontinuing This Line
Off
SpU'LL FIND IT PAYS ALL WAYS TO SHOP J. J.s SALEM'S QUALITY
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Next Door to Hartman's Jewelry. Store
J. Josephson, Prop. Phone' 21612
VALUE
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