The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, May 26, 1949, Page 6, Image 6

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HOWS THAT AGAIN?
By DAVE COX
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IPaalblic nUecords
DUTRICT COURT
Cromt Davis, Wlllamina. ihaig
1 with obtaining money by faUe
prtn:ies, continued f r plea to
Miv 26; held in lieu of $1,000 ball.
Marcus Theodore Milken. Jr.,
M Knupp tt . charged with driv
ing while intoxnated. trial set for
J'jne 28 folIo'A'.ng plea of inno
rnt. poted $350 ball
MRRIAGE LICENSE
ATPI.lt ATIONS
Jimen A Hand. 21. student.
aVlem to.te 4 box 216,. and Kath-ty-
Lou P&i.T.er, 19, student,
Ri-kreall
J ihn T Warner. 23. work
er (; id Hill, and Dorothy Long.
tt. !erk. 640 -V. C mmercial at..
aV!"m.
Allied John V.':l!iarru. 19. farm
fr. Salem route 1, box 419. end
t mm Evelyn K:en. 17, student,
T'k nr.
Ki!i! eth D-.vight Glover, IS.
mm'"- employe. 2810 Beacon eve,
mni l,eota Mas Ahr, IT. ttu
dH t. 780 Churchdala ivr, both
of Salem.
ntOBATC COURT
Harriet Trances Cameron
te Order allows final account
Jeph Hughes estate Order
'authorizes reappraisal of estate
a il appoint William DeVall. H.
V lliam Thiebcn and Ruth Welch
a appraisers Order confirms
a It of real property
'Jlmda Carol Nielson guardian
ahip estate: Estate appraised at
J ph Buckley estate; Estate
awaited at $678.
Frank E. Miore aatater Order
naofi annual account.
Mary McReynolds aetata: Fusel
account hearing act for Juwe XT.
ClKCl'IT COffcT
Georgia L. Ball vs Oranvllla
E. Ball: Suit for divorce charging
oruel and Inhume treatinaat
asks for custody of four minor
children and $7S par month sup
port money. Married June 1, 1B38,
at Vancouver, Wash.
Anne !L Hanaan vs Pacific
8ryhound Lines and Journal
arage Co.: Plaintiff objects to
motion for continuance.
A. D Scott vs Ray Learned and
others: Plaintiffs title to real
property quieted by decree.
Harold W. Mason vs Adel L.
Leach and others: Decree quiets
plaintif f title to real property.
Marilyn Hauth by Gertrude
Fiauth vs Charles H. Bailey and
others: Suit seeks to collect dam
ages totaling $15430 for Injuries
allegedly Incurred In an auto
accident.
Robert William Rider vs Oeorga
Alexander: Petition for a writ of
habeas corpus granted.
Grant C. Rogers, administrator
of Betsey Lou Rogers estate vs
Southern Pacific company and
others: Order extends plaintiffs
and Defendant Lloyd L. McKen
xie's time for filing Joint appeal
transcript to July I.
County Group
To Present
Health Panel
A panel discussion on health ed
ucation will be presented this af
ternoon by suffers of the Marlon
County Tuberculosis and Health
association at the annual two-day
meeting' of the Oregon Tubercu
losis and Health association open
ing in Portland,
On the panel are Mrs. Agnea
Booth, executive board member;
Mrs. Robert Wulf. health educa
tion chairman; C. A. Schaefer,
president of the Marion county as
sociation; Dr. Henry Morris, fin
ance chairman and Mrs. Ruby
Bunnell, executive secretary, all
of Salem.
Marion County Judge Grant
Murphy will give the hostorlcal
background of Marion county and
the county's health program. Mrs.
Bernlce Yeary. nursing supervisor
at the Marion county health de
partment, and other nurses will
attend.
Dr. Dorothy Nyswander. profes
sor of health education at the Uni
versity of California and one ol
the main speakers at the Portland
eonclava, met with the Marion
county panel team here Wednesday.
Valley Births
DALLAS Ivlr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Black well are parents of a
son. Ronald Alan, born at Dallas
hospital Sunday. May 22. It la the
couple's first child.
At Solorra
Schools . . .
By Jaaeee Ceeke
flltTTT" g 1 CerrereeetrsJ
PAMISH JUNIOR HIGH
Creative effort of Parrish stu
dents will be shown in the school
Emnaslum Friday evening la
i play of projects open to inter
ested public and parents. Art.
home economic, and shop elasees
will all have sections.
Art students will display wood
carving:, metal tooling, textile de
coration, graphic art, water colors
and other projects. In the home
economics department sewing,
lamp shades, peasant and wool
skirts, men's slacks, slip covers
and household items made by the
students will be shown.
Shop displays include finished
agates, copper leaf trays, leather
belts with tooling, serving trays,
Ue racks, metal lamps, book ends
and novelties.
Faculty advisers in charge of
sections are Leona Oolx, Mrs.
Oladys Jensen, Mrs. Maybelle
Burch, Mrs. Marjorte White, Ro
bert Voigt, Ralph DaMetx, Roy
roster and Albert Johnston.
ALBATY The Rev. and Mrs.
George H. Richardson of Jeffer
son are parents of a 7 pound. IX
ounce son. born at the Albany
General hospital May 22.
Amity Baeealaureat
Services Set Sunday
AMITY, May 25 - (Special) -Baccalaureate
services for Amity
high school's 1949 graduating; class
will be held at the Christian
church Sunday night.
The Rev. Freemont FauL pastor
of the Amity Methodist church,
will give the sermon. The sopho
more class Is in charge of arrangements.
In parts of upper Egypt rain
falls only about once in every
five years.
ABOLISH DEATH PENALTY
COLUMBUS. O.. May 2HV
The Ohio house of representatives
today voted to abolish capital
punishment In Ohio. The bill now
goes to the senate. The vote was
69-52.
tai Wtaaar tares lead
her elub at bridge and a dessert
supper Wednesday night at her
Center street home.
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IT'S THI
j
Here's a hat as smart as the boulevard that bears
its name in a weave as refreshing as a dip la the
lake. The Dobbe "Wilahire" U aa open-weave
Paaaire made from the finest fibres. It's the Dobbe.
Price
$5.09
Jta C 4 Pat Of.
Oeaelae Bma4lrUa Paaaaeaa $2.9i U II M
TTDne Maona'S Dncip
' The S'cra ol Style Quality and Vj;e" .
Moxley aoi Huntincjrton
41$ STATE STREET SALEM. ORE.
See Iho Demonstration
Today - Friday - Saturday
Youll
Bo
Simply
Amazed!
4
aiecm
RtMOVI AAACHINI-WADI STITCHES
RtOHT ON YOUR SfWINO AAACHIN1
Save Timo - Material - Effort
Insert in piece of sawing machine noadJe and proceed to op
rafa machine in usual manner. Stitches are whined off
without Injury to fsbrk In no time at til.
NOW . . . Whon Extra
Savings Count Most
few Your Own en a
Just Arrived
Other Models Also Available
Sawing your own can be pleasurable es well as profitable
when you sew on a White Rotary. Its advanced design gives
?ou every sawing feature to help you turn out a mora pro
ess'tona! looking project. Call u for a noma demonstration
if you can't arranga to coma in.
WHITI SfWING MACHINES
APPUANCt
DEPT.
Downstairs
9k
U
Charge It Notc
Pay in July!
TODAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
TUESDAY
STORE-WIDE SALE at MILLERS
MEN'S
DRESS
SHIRTS
White and colors in vary fine broad- C4 QQ
cloth . . . rogrularly selling at $4.25. JL
$3.95, $3,851 Also soma stripes and small figured
patterns. A special purchase of E.O.M. days . . .
in fine quality shirts in all sleeve lengths and neck
band sizes. Choose now for Dads dayl MAIN
FLOOR.
MEN'S WESTERN STYLE
BLUE JEANS
Havy duty heavy denim jeana in A Q
Western style! Sanforised eta. Regxi- e'j,'
rly $2,501 Stock up now for the summed MEN 5
MEN'S TEE SHIRTS
Special purchase men's te-shirts
(slight Irregulars) but a big bargain!
All sizes. White only. MEN'S DEPT.
MAIN. FLOOR
790
t Zm ' tr S,
pANT
pedxa
all six lab;a. W11 filO.'.?
50. lu w
3 ' Jias.
, A cotton U
ao.
vot"r r
1 kllBV 1
n -..rred 1
SALEI ALUMINUM WARE
Now It the time to
select your alumin
um for summer can
nlng and cooking
usel
3 at soruee pans ... fry aans ... vagetab'a
strainers ... peraolators . . . I ql kettles . . .
oovered earuee pans ... and many others in this
spe-jial p'archaee sale. Downstairs house ware a depL
n
ART-NEEDLE DEPT.
SALE!
BABY DRESSES $1.00
Stamped ready to embroidery ... Ragulai $1.50 cruality.
Downstairs.
CROCHET COTTON
49c
700 yard skeins eroahet cotton In I. O. M. sale this week
4 skein for .
Downstaira
BABY YARN
39a
Pastel shades in lovely baby yarns. One ounce balla.
Downstairs.
SALE! "WEST-O-CRAFT" PRODUCTS!
Just arrived! This special purchase cf
famous "WEST-O-CRAFT'' products comes
just in t;rr.e fr r9-dcoration ideasl Select
individual pieces or in s-s to suit your
i.ds ...
5 DRAWER CHESTS
A parfect chest for your baby's 8
layette! Five drawer chest in afii
lovely Coral design. Priced special at $2.93.
NOTION DEPT.
2 Drawer Sewing Chests
Two drawer sawing chests
in rilnin simulated leather.
Plain colors. Reg. $1,501 Notion DepL
$100
4 PC. UTILITY SETS
4 pieca utility sets . . . gloves g 4 Q Q
... hosiery . . . hankies A
. . . jewelry ate Regular $1.50. Notion
DepL
4 drawer piece In simulated
leather in plain colors. Reg.
$2.43. Notion DepL
S198
HAT BOXES 2.98
Hat boxes in dear plastic with
flcral tops. Two sizes. Reg $5,001
Notion DepaxtmenL
Ml
MILLER'S. SALEM. ORE. 1
Notion
DepL
Main
Floor
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