The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, April 29, 1947, Page 5, Image 5

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ATTENDS MOTHER'S FT VERAL
Edward A, Brown of Salem Js
in Los Angeles ta attend the-fun-era!
Tuesday cl his mother, Mrs.
Evangrline Brown Cooper, who
died Sunday after suffering a
stroke early last week. Mrs. Coop
er visited Salem frequently and
formerly resided in Portland.
Among surviving grandchildren
are Edward O. ; Stadter, r of
Salem, Jeanette Brown and Rob
ert E. Brown, both formerly of
Salem.
Van Armitage and Pop Edwards
playing Wed. Crystal Gardens
Garage equip, and tools for sale.
Mr. Cater, 1655 S13.
AIR VISITORS EXPECTED
Salem Chamber of Commerce
is planning for a local visit May
38 by approximately 200 members'
of the Oregon Sportsmen Pilots
association who are expected to
fly here in some 100 planes that
Sunday. . A breakfast and other
entertainment is being arranged
by Clay Cochran. Roger Cochran,
Lee U. Eyerly, Wallace Hug. Roy
Houck. E. Burr Miller and Dr.
E. E. Boring.
"Why not be your own boss? Have
lor rent space in mv Benutv Srt
all equipment furnished. So why
not make yourself some money
nd be on your own? Write Box
242 Statesman.
, If you have a child or are exoect
' lng a baby-see borne for sale at
J1SI Third St, West Salem. -
FAKKELL IN ST. FALL -
Secretary of State Robert S.
Farreli. jr, was in St Paul, Minn,
Monday . attending a meeting of
the executive board of the Na
tional Association of Secretaries
f State. Farrell f will be accom
panied home by Secretary of
State Frank Jordan of California,
who will spend Thursday in Sa
lem. .
Stephen Foster memorial concert.
In costume. The chorus of the
Business and Professional Wom
en's club assisted by Salem Civic
Players, male quartet and other
artists. Waller Hall, Willamette
university, April . 29, 8:15 P. M.
Adm. 75c '
KOTVBOAT SAID STOLEN
Earl Duchien, 2495 K. 5th tt, told
Salem police Monday that his
white row boat, trimmed in green,
was missing from the Willamette
river, at Hickory street, where he
tied it Saturday night. -
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
Mi N. Capital St fhone 2872
your
day. But
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DISMISSED BY DEACONESS
Mothers dismissed from Salem
Deaconess hospital Monday with
their infant sons are Mrs. Henry
Singer, 370 Norway st; Mrs. Har
ry Waldner, 330 S. 14th sf.iand
Mrs. Edmond Nikon, 481 N. Win
ter st Dismissed Sunday , Were
Mrs. Edwin Roten of - Mehama,
Mrs. Frank Wagoner, 1128 Edge
water st. West Salem, "and Mrs.
Witmer Welch of 1740 YeW st
with - their sons, and Mrs. Robert
Hill, 1225 S. 19tfi it, with! her
daughter. j . ,
Fire extinjruishers and refills. J.
D. Hartwell, Ph. 3629, 263 i No.
Com'l St ,
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The-South Salem Pharmacy will
close at 6:30 pm. each nite until
further notice. s
TWO FIRE CALLS
Two calls answered Monday by
city firemen were to the home of
H. Haffner,. 2510 Laurel st, where
no damage was done by an over
heated' stove at about 2:30 p.m,
and to the Pioneer club, 353 State
st, where a little damage 1 was
caused by burning grease on and
around the stove at about
5:45 p.m.
Learn hosiery mending . for; in
structions and' appointments See
Mrs. Bower, 522 N. Church on the
hosiery department at Sears &
Roebuck.
GE electric irons automatic); on
ly $6.26. Vince's Electric.
AIKEN IMPROVING
State . Budget Director George
Aiken, who suffered a heart at
tack early last winter,' is now able
to sit up a few hours daily j his
physicians reported Monday.; He
was in a Salem hospital for sev
eral weeks. It is not expected that
Aiken will return to his desk; for
at least a month. ;
Fertilize that lawn and garden
now. Magnolia fertilizer at jBu
sick's Marion St Market 100 lb.
bag 83.39. . 1 4
Air-Steamship tickets anywhere.
Kugel, 7694. 735 N. Capitol St
JAYCEES TO INSTALL
'President Howard Walker ! and
other newly elected officers of
Salem Junior Chamber of Com
merce will be installed at a lunch
eon meeting of the junior cham
ber today in the chamber of com
merce floral room. Wives of mem
bers will be guests. j
Re finish your own floors. - Rent a
floor sander from Woodrowsj 440
Center st
Plate glass now . available Don
Brown. El f strom s.
CARPENTER TOOLS GONE!
.W. W. Linville of Independence
reported Monday to Salem police
the theft of box of carpenter
tools, valued at 875, from his! car
which was parked in Salem. j "
Curt and Dean Flower Shop (Curt
Servire and Dean Davenport),
complete floral service, corsages,
funeral designs, located in Erick
son's Super Market. Phone 25014.
tellw coffee
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How Oftes hY YOU wished that your coffee uld only
M good as itWell.?- Yovehd . lofof deUdous coffee in
i . it w haven't vou often
no matter now " ' ' ; .
wished that more of it, elusive, untaliziog aom.
M cptures snt sctually deliver, in your cup much of that
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fragrt aroma-aa . new AROMATIC flavoj. Do try it. If. .
real coffee "find" and this is where you'll find it ...
...atyour SHFEV7A Store
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GRIND
PAROLE REVOKED
Order for revocation of parole
of Arvin Schemwell was issued
Monday by Circuit Judge E. M.
Page. Schemwell was paroled
Nov. 21, 1946, for six months on
a larceny charge. Judge Page's
order was based on a motion by
Deputy District Attorney Law
rence Osterman, who gave as a
reason that ! Schemwell violated
parole provisions and is now in
city jail, convicted of being intoxi
cated. ; . ;,-r H
Pop Edwards playing Old Time
Dances Wednesday and Saturday
nights, Crystal Gardens. P
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River sil top soft and fill dirt
Cnml Sand Si Gravel Ph 219C6.
FOUR SPEECHES BOOKED
Our Future and How to Pre
vent If is the topic of an ad
dress to be delivered by Freder
ick J. Libby of the National Coun
cil for Prevention of War at a
public meeting in First Methodist
church at 8 p.m.. May 7. Libby,
executive secretary and founder
of the council, also will speak
twice at Willamette university
and at the luncheon of Hollywood
Lions club.
Cooked food sale. Portland Gas
and Coke, Wed. 30th. Ladies L.
u. o. tnurcn.
Van Armitage and Pop Edwards
playing Wed Crystal Gardens
SUSAN FAnERTY AWAY
Susan Faherty. executive man
ager of Marion county chapter,
American Red Cross, left Monday
night for San Francisco to attend
a meeting of Red Cross chapter
executive in the area office there
Wednesday and Thursday. While
away she also plans a short visit
with relatives in Phoenix, Ariz.,
and will be back at her office
here May 9.
Pansies, bedding, vegetable and
perennial plants. Pemberton's
Flower Shop, 1980 S. 12th. Ph.
Water lilies. Pemberton's Flower
Shop, 1980 ST 12th. Ph. 23346.
LOG PERMITS ISSUED
Marion county court Monday
Issued county road log-hauling
permits to Joseph A. Herber,
route 7, box 75, Salem; E. A. Lar-
rance, Canby; H. A. Dyer, Turner,
and Norman Jette, route 1, Au
rora. A permit, to haul logs and
piling was given , to C. M. Pom-
eroy, route 2, Woodburn.
Electric alarm and kitchen clocks.
Vince's Electric.
New Shannon and Johnson sweat
ers, spring colors, two pocket pullover.-Alex
Jones, 121 North High.
TOWNSEND PARTY SET
L- Salem Townsend clubs 2 and 3
will hold a-Joint social program
at 8 o'clock tonight in Mayflower
hall on Fairgrounds road. Follow
ing the entertainment, refresh-
ments will be served.
Wesix electric 23 K.W.&2R.W
built-in wall heaters now avail
able, ft- L. Elfstrnm Cn
G. E. automatic blankets a year
round comfort and pleasure-
limited quantity at Appliance
Dept. K L Elf strom Co.
widt
or
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could be in
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6 A
Mi
3 GRINDS
Regular, Drip,
mud Pulverized
TO CLEAN RUGS
Nels Hiebert was' issued a city
building permit Monday for con
struction of a rug and upholstery
cleaning establishment at 1380
Madison st The structure is to
cost about $3500, the city engi
neer's office reports. Other per
mits were issued for.building al
terations to T. L Kuhns, $100 at
994 H. Summer st, and to T. C
Dunn, $200 at 873 S. 12th st
Portable battery and electric ra
dios, big discounts. Vince's Elec
tric. Schick and Remington razors.
Vince's Electric.
CAR, BUS COLLIDE
Salem police .Monday investi
gated a car -city bus collision
early Sunday morning at Superior
and Saginaw streets. Their re
ports said that both vehicles were
attempting to turn. Walter Stan
ley Carbaugh, .605 Spruce st was
driver of the car, and Malcolm
Read. McNeel, 508 N. 19th st,
drove the bus.
Vacuum cleaners (tanks and up
rights) with attachments. 14 dif
ferent makes. Free demonstration.
Terms and trades. Vince's Electric,
Phone 6292.
Varnado, GE, Sampson electric
fans. Vince's Electric.
CONVERSE WINS, RATING
Donald W. Converse, 18, son of
E. F. Converse, 1990 Grant st.
was advanced to seaman, second
class, upon completion of his re
cruit training at San Diego re
cently, according to an announce
ment from the navy. Converse
entered the navy in January.
Come see the bargains, pictures
and books at Cooke's Stationery.
10 to 40 off. 370 State St
Two interesting bargain tables at
Cooke's Stationery. Books & pic
tures. 10 to 40 off. 370 State St
BRENNAN JOINS FIRM .
In assumed business name fil
ings with the Marion county clerk
Monday, Frederick J. Brennan
joined with Dan Hay in Associat
ed Employers Labor Bureau, 415
Oregon building. Brennan was for
merly with the state selective ser
vice office here. .
Van Armitage and Pop Edwards
playing, Wed. Crystal Gardens
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The following Judgements, Claims. Notes and Accounts
are offered by the undersigned, as agents, for sale to
the highest bidder. :
The right is reserved to reject In full, or In part any offer.
Name Address 'Amount;
Snyder. Lloyd Albany , 187.05
Gleason, Carl Aumsville ' 18J39
Huddleston, Lonnie Aumsville 38.73
Hamm, David . Dallas ' 2337
Zltzwitz. R. W. Dallas 20.55
Davis. T. F. Falls City , .00
Oder. J. .E. Gates 42J31
Fawkes, Lewis Lyons 18.80
S char back. Frank Lyons 12.7 S
Thefethen, Ray Monmouth' 14.65
Cheffings, Wesley C Jr. Salem 27.30
Smith, B. Salem 6.75
Stalling. W. L. Salem 60.40
Prime. Glen Salem 40.85
Baley, C G. Salem 27.00
Early, Mrs. VSrgie Salem 54.00
Smith, Clifford Salem 9.40
Macklin, A. T. Salem 21.43
Hunter, Howard D. Salem 49.45
Ktnfieli Al Salem V 11X0
Johns, Claude M. Salem 55.21
DolezaL Charley Scio 37.15
Hayes. Howard Sheridan 45.55
VoughL V. V. Silverton 48.90
Lyons, Richard Stayton 5.15
Schneider, C C Stayton 68.48
Risteen, Mrs. Wilma Stayton 70.00
Lavier. Chet Woodburn 2.95
The above listed Judgements. Claims, Notes and Ac
counts are guaranteed by the owner to be )ust correct
and undisputed.
These accounts will be offered for sale until sold and
all bids for the purchase therof will be received at the
office of the 'undersigned, at Eugene. Oregon.
Pioneer Service Co., Inc.
of Oregon,. Idaho, Utah and Nevada ;
. Division Office L O. O. F. Bldg. Eugene, Oregon
. Watch for Future Lists of Accounts' for Sale j
Be
j I Your
: Eyes are
Dr. E. E. Beting
t': '4
The finest optical care is yours here. Lenses ara ex
pertly ground to help correct visual defects.
Dignified Credit
BORING OPTICAL COMPANY
SS3 Court
MOTHERS LEAVE GENERAL
Four mothers dismissed from
Salem General hospital are Mrs.
James W. Girard, 3195 Silverton
rd., dismissed Monday with her
son; Mrs. Peter Hauser, 1488 State
st., daughter, Monday; Mrs. Jack
Troxell, 1042 Third st, daughter,
Sunday; Mrs. Kenneth G. Man
ning, 1380 S Liberty st, son, Sun
day, j
Northern Lawn mowers, limited
quantity. R. L. Elf strom Co.
Dr. Wiles Dentist. 701 First Nat.
Bank. Phone 4924 for immediate
appointment '
RETIRE FROM SHOP
Filing a notice of retirement
from the Iowa Specialty machine
shop, 205 Chemeketa St., with the
Marion county clerk Monday were
Philip R. Peterson end Minnie J.
Peterson, both of route 8. box
JI59. The pair- also .filed an as
sumed business name certificate
for Pete's Specialty Machine Shop.
Expert watch fcciocli repairing. 5
day service at Stevsns Jewelry.
Dexter lawn niowt-r and grinding
service. Ph. 6833. 956 Center.
JEWELRY STORE STARTS
John Golden Jewelers, 311 State
st., -is the assumed business name
of a jewelry buying and i selling
store filed with the.Marion coun
ty clerk by John Golden arid Fan
nie Golden, both of 910 Shipping
street.
Reduce the health way. Be slim
and feel good. Phone 6253.
Eor factories, offices St business
uses, 12" General Electric wall
clocks. $12.48. tax Incl. R. L. Elf
strom Co.
F1T.FS FOR SERVICE i
An assumed business "name cer- j
tificate for Industrial Instrument j
Service, 465 N. Cottage st., was
filed with the Marion county clerk j
Monday by Don Darby of the i
same address. .
New location Cronise Studio. 439
Court St, over Smith Baking Co. 1
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ADVANCED BRIDGE NOW
Advanced bridge lessons may be
obtained at 7:30 tonight at the
Salem YWCA from Instructor El
lis Jones. Executive Director Es
ther Little announces.
Sure
Child's
Right !
Dr. Sam Hughe
mhl
Phone 501
BEAN YARD NAMED
An assumed business name cer
tificate for Goss bean yard. West
Stayton, was filed by J. L. Goss
and Rose D. Goss. both of West
Stayton. with the Marion county
cleik Monday.
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Insured savings earn more than
two per cent at Salem Federal
Savings Association, 130 South Li
berty street .
Fertilize that lawn and garden
now. Magnolia fertilizer at Bu
sick's Marion St Market 100 lb.
bag $3.39.
GLEN WADE TO NEWPORT
Glen C. Wade. Salem photo
grapher, will become secretary of
the Newport chamber of com
merce Thursday, to be assisted by
his wife, Florence.
Johns-Manville Asphalt Shingles
applied by expert Roofers Terms
to suit your purse. Buy the best
at no extra cost Free estimates.
Ph. 4642. Mathis Bros., 164 S.
Commercial.
BUSH SCHOOL DISPLAYS
An open house, featuring exhib
its made by students the past
year, will begin at Bush school
tonight at 7:30 o'clock. Parents
and guests are. invited.
Oil your road St settle the dust.
Call Tweedie, 9696.
WHEATLAND FERRY RUNS
Wheatland ferry, down because
of a broken propeller, began operations-
.again Monday , Marion
County Judge Grant Murphy said.
Asparagus now ready for canning
St freezing. Fiala Ranch. 3 mi.
north of Salem in Polk County.
Ph. 23072. Bring containers.
155 N. Liberty
When All America Shops . . . and
Again
LOW
Men's
matched
outfits
S97
NOW
SHIRT. . . .
PANTS . .
Men look at these savings!
Well-tailored outfits of sanfor
ized twill, gabardine and pop
lin. All sizes. Cet yours now!
Won't shrink over 1.
Add all your purchases to your
Monthly Payment Plan.
The. S talesman. Salem. Oregon. Tuesday. April 23. 13473
PLUMBING TOOLS GONE
Plumbing tools- valued at $400
were stolen from the car of Erwln
Speer, route 1, Aumsville, while
it was parked Sunday at the
courthouse, he reported to Salem
police. "
DYER TO HAUL LOGS
H. A. Dyer of Turner, was is
sued a permit to haul logs over
city streets by the city engineer's
office Monday.
v GATING
CAIDS
today,
Make us your greeting card headquarter.
Cards of distinction for every occasion.
COOKE STATIONERY GO.
370 State. Phon 4404
Wards lea.d the way . . .
ICES f
Formerly
6.98
2.49
3.49
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Rattlesnakes are useful to farm-;
ers because they live mostly on
destructive gophers, prairie dogs
and other rodents.
RUGS & UPHOLSTERY
Cleaned and Moth Proofed
In Your Jiome ;
SALEM DURACLEAN
SEBV1CE
rbene 3738 ' :
See our selection of
Mothers Day cards
Phone 3194
Savcsl