The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, June 09, 1949, Page 5, Image 5

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CMEMEKETANS WILL CLI$p
Salem Chemeketans are plan
ning to climb Saddle mount near
Astoria this week end in a joint
trip with members of the Angoras
club of that city. The group w.ll
leave Salem early Saturday after
noon, and those interested in leak
ing the trip are invited to tinr.
a register which is posted at 248
N. Commercial st. Friday night
is the deadline for -registration.
A--A Larsen, for more than" 12
years with Hawkins ic Roberts in
the Real Estate' business, has mov
ed to Center & High with MtKillop
Real Estate. Ph. 3-6620.
Insured savings earn more than
two per cent at Salem Federal
Savings Association. 560 State it
PI PPET SHOW AT LESLIE
Hrure Goldblatt and Raymond
Braaten will present a puipft
how at 1 30 today at LMie play
ground and will (untinuc rows
there at the sime time each week
day during the playground season.
The boys have, presented similar
shows at the Salem library.
Come to Summer school at the
Capital Hunness College Classes
starting June 13 You canv get
shorthand, typewriting, accnunt
Jng, fiJttng. mathematics, calcula
tor, spelling in the morning. Phone
l-5l87.
Federally Insured Savings Cur
rent dividend 2'ir'r. See Fust
Federal Savings First. li2 S. Lib
erty. Phone 3-4TM4. "
rami: sfrvk is nun
Funerl rites for Or Herbert E.
Rahe, former Willamette ungu
ilty professor who drowned in
the Sacr.iriiPiilo river May 28 vuic
held in Chico. Calif., Wednesday.
3"he body was tot aled Tuesday
friend were informed yesterdiy
that Mrs. Rahe will come to Sa
lem later this month, at least for
the summer.
Road oiling, tall Tweedie, 1-4131
or 3-57'.
Special. We have a good supply
of young" hen tm keys, 35c lb C
S. Orwig Co., 4375 Silverton Rd
Ph. 2-6128.
Peonies, Funeial spiays. S-7 j24
Births " "
rWORTIIINOTON To Mr ami
Mrs. Richard Woi thington, 1475
N. Commercial st a soil, Wednes
day, June 8 at Salem General
hospital.
PORTER To Mr. and Mrs
Wilbur A. Porter Stayton, a son.
Wednesday, Jinitat Salem Gen
eral hospital.
RIU'E To Mr. and Mr Fred
Biffe, 540 Leslie t., dadgMrr.
Wednesday, June 8 fct Sultn
Memorial hospital.
CAVE - .To Mr and Mrs Lylc
Cave, 1140 Lietz ave son. W1-
Se.sday. June 8 at Salem Memorial
ospital.
tOACE T. WADSWCRTH
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MltN MILLER
ft. V. COLBY
'articles! filed
j Articles (bf association for Sa
i lerq Pioneer Cemetery association
' was filed With the Marion county
clerk Wednesday by Lewis Jud
son. W. I." Needham, Frederick
Lamport, t E. Hill' and Helen
Pearce. all 'trustees. The associa
tion is formed to et ip a program
to operate the IOOF jcemetery. 1
j For a wonderful vacation. Liston
Lodie offers the best; facilities o$
toast. Ocean view cottages. Brine;
your family, children-will love .i.
Write for rates. Oceania ke, Oreg.
Ph. 471. OAille & Atia Cox, new
mgis. j
jKaiakul Karpet It's jnew, it's re
! versible. it s 100r . irin wool anj
'woven through and though, only
$4 95 sq. yd, Ph 3-7648 or 3-3364.
CAFETERIA CHIEF NAMED
Emma WWson. Lenlie junior
high jchoot iiome economics in
structor, has been appointed to
fill me new position' of cafetena
supervisor for the $alem school
; district. She was named by the
1 Salem district school; board.
Hark of Manhattan Stock fmldt
Rigrlts are bow being; traded f
lers.
For
assistant U.rite or tall Conrad.
Bruce & Co. Oregon Bldg , Ph
d-4106.
Bill Powers Battery ar.d Gen
erator Shop is now located at 370
S. Lancaster Dr. Open evenings
until 7:00. j
SINGER AT ( LI B MEET
Salem's Exchange club wa en
tertained by vocalist ; Edith Faif
ham of Willamette university dur
ing a program following luncheon.
She was accompanied by pianist
Patty Jo Hammond.
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, Aii-Steam hip tickets anywnere.
Kugel, .3-TtilM. 735 N. Capitol St.
i Iandscaping and designing No job
: too lansr too small; F. A: Doer
fler aruiJf Nursery, 150 N Lan
caster Dr. afV Corner P. 2-1322 -
SPRINKLER OPENS DOORS
An assumed business name cer
tificate for.;. Salem Lawn' Sprink
j ling Co , a : business dealing with
j installation and repairing of lawn
' sprinklers, wax filed With the Mar-
: ion county"' clerk Wednesday by
j Howard WJWaUon. 734 N. High st.
Hard of hearing? See the one unit
Beltone Hearing Aid priced as low
j as $75. Batteries for nil makes of
hearing aids. James "fa ft and As
sociates. 21.8 Oregon Bldg. Phone
'Salem 2-4491. j
; Beat the lsiat with an air cooler
from Jtiflsoh's. I '
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LEARN DEATH OF BROTHER
' Mrs. Hoy Stevens aijiri Mis. Clif
ford Chain e of Saleni Wt.dncstrav
wen' informed their brother, Karl
Walker, h;i(f' been 'killed accident
ally Tuc-d.iy in a fall from a biuld-
' ing in Calvary, Albejta, Canada.
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June 11 2 id 7f. trt.
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HBMSM: of JDDaE(GIDM
"The Bank of Personal Service"
U. S. Highwoy 99E at Young Street
WOODBU&N
Additional FiiLtlities in (let wis t Oregnn
An Independent Bank . . Locally Owned
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A Complete DAKI(. SEIIVICE
AficaltiHal Um i Caeckwt Aca.li j Ttlearapfc Tro
Atfbile. leaifMMl Urmft AccMf TiveWr's Ckecks
hAotkmity Um I lrf.feit.leaf, k Mrr Often
Immm leant Tmm AcCMts Cmm't acks
B77 7 - fKfw.eMC.H Nrck,es
U-1 ! f"" Uh Deport Vsslts
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Capital Post 9
res f
Annual Voting
WJfh the addition of 17 cand-
id-ateft for Caoitol post 9, American
Legiojh, posUion.. preparation for
the afinual post election is near
ly cojrnplet". Members will vote
on 1 49-50 officers on Monday
evenipg. June 20.
R. IV. Stnrr. now the first 'vice
comrnjander. is unoopoed fo,r com-
mandipr of the post.
Te'rJ Brabeck was nominated this
week! for finance officer, a post
for which no nominations had
ben centered since Chester Zum
watt withdrew his-name.
Jartes Turnbull was nominated
for sijtcnnd vice commander, along
with -Claude Martin as previously
annoinced: Lloyd Hockett for
quartermaster, along with Marion
uamne.-t nesier iumwaii ann Aiur- i
rav Ijenry for the executive com- i
mittee. alone with Charles Hug-;
gin-. Conrad Paulson, Dave Hoss
and JJimes Garv in. ,
Othr nominees include John C i
Kernijk. first vice lommander
John sf.'rockatt. adjutant: .the Rev.
George Swift, chaplain; A. G.
Wortington. sergeant-at-arms;
Irl McShcrry. historian.
Adied to a long list of nominees
for delegates an dalternates to the
state ' convention were George
Manning. Chandler Brown. George
C. Hgsins. jr.. James Turnbull,
Victor McKenzie, H. C. Saalfeld,
Witli rm Troth Fred Gahlsdorf, Ro
bert Aiken. Donald Ncave, Carl
GabnHson and Byron Liewallen.
A. J. Huh Appointed to
Battleship Commission
Andrew J. Bush, Portland,
Wednesday was appointed by Gov.
Douglas McKay to the Battleship
Oregtiri commission. He succeeds
Marshall N. Dana, Portland etor,
who rjesigned.
Bui "is commander of Scout
Young camp No. 2 of the United
"Spanifh War Veterans, and Is a
past post commander of the Amer
ican Legion.
I TAKE BABIES HOME I
Leaving Salem Memorial 4io3-
pital Wednesday were Mrs. Jack
jCannivgt and daughter of W'ood
j burn j Mrs. Alton Croghan, 2264
Lee st., took a baby son home from
: Salrrj General hospital.
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j whites elephant sale over Green
; baumts Fri. & , Sat. Also cooked
food ft candy at Portland Gas Ik
, Coke ?of fice F"ri. only.
BRACHT RETIRES
Berijjaroiii Braucht filed a
notice of retirement from th
Capital Home Insulation company
J with the Marion county clerk Wed
nesday. ( CLI If MEETS TONIGHT
Tovfrnsend club 16 will meet to
! night fat the home of Mrs. Anna
' Arnolijl, 2256 Ford st.
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iVeiP School in North Sdlem
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A few months from now the new Washington school In the Capitola area will result from the construe-
tion work shown above making it the newest and latest addition to the Salem school district' The
new school is located on Lansing avenue, just south of Silverton road, and will serve the many new !
residents of the northeastern area. (Statesman photo.)
Warren Warns
Merchants of
Bogus Checks
The arrival of harvesting season
has been accompanied in this
area by several bad check artists,
according to Salem Police Chief
Clyde A Warren. He issued a
warning Wednesday to all mer
chants to be especially careful lit
caching checks.
Week ends find an increase in
this type of activity due to the
fact that banks are closed, Warren
said. He noted that neariy 20
forged or otherwise worthless
checks had been returned to store
keepers during the early part of
this week.
Business men were reminded
that, if in doubt of a check, they
canVcheck with banks, the Saleni
Crepit bureau or the police.
Hall Files for
School Post
Charles W. (Bill) Hall, proprie
tor of Your Town printing busi
ness, filed Wednesday as a can
didate for director of school dis
trict 24.v
L. J. Roy) Stewart, Valley Mo
tor Co. office manager, is the only
other candidate for the post from
which Donald A. Young is retiring,
deadline for petition filing by can
didates is today.
The Salem school district will
vote June 20 at the four voting
precincts used in the budget elec
tion last month. Members of the
shool board whose terms carry
over are Mrs. David Wright, Harry
Scott, Gardner Knapp end Edward
Majek.
OpiMi fio.noo
Surplus $40,000
190.000
Member Federal Drpoiii
Insurant Cor pot alum
Industrial Accidents
Decline 20 Percent
Industrial accidents in Oregon
are 20 per cent less than they
were a year ago. the state indus
trial accident commission reported
Wednesday.
Claims for injuries in the first
four months of this year totaled
6,505, down 20 per cent from vhe
similar period of last year. There
were 35 fatal claims, a 27 per cent
drop.
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iorvaiiig invites Valley
Rose Growers to Show
Corvallis is inviting rose grow
ers from throughout the Willam
ette vauey to compete in its free
rose show June 11 and 12.
Fourteen trophies are being of
fered in the 1949 edition of this
annual event sponsored by tha
Corvallis Men's Garden club.
There are separate classes for ex
perienced amateurs, for beginners,
for flower arangements and for
numerous rose classes.
Detailed show schedules can be
obtained on request from the Cor
vallis chamber of commerce.
Entries must be brought to the
Franklin school building in Cor
vallis between 7:30 a.m. and noon
on June 11.
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Going Up
Builders Suit
Against Vets
Group Settled
Litigation involving the mem
orial building for disabled Ameri
can Veteran, standing partially
constructed on North Church
street, has been settlfd out rf
court.
A Marion county circuit court
order Wednesday dismissed as set
tled the suit of Henry G. Carl,
local contractor, filed recently
against the Veterans Building As
sociation and Disabled American
Veterans, Salem chapter 6.
Carl sought payment of $10
283, which, he said, was due him
for services and labor performed
on the building. All work ceased
on the building last November.
Several fund campaigns have been
carried on recently by the DAV
chapter in an effort to acquire
money to complete the building.
DAV officials said Wednesday
that no definite plan had been
adopted by the chapter for com
pletion of building. Officers of
the organization are expected ta
meet soon to discuss a program.
FOR THE JUNE BRIDE
JEWELERS - OPTICIANS
Ihm Stoteamcm, Salem. Oregon. Thursday, Jun
Public
Records
MARRIAGE LICENSE
APPLICATIONS
Roy Edward Pulse, 38, mechanic,
60 Owens St., and Frances Eve
lyn Pulse, 06, machine operator,
25 Idanrra Lane, both of Salem.
PROBATE COCRT
Sam M. Jurgensen estate: Estate
appraised at $7,692.
Donna Marcia Woodell guard
ianship estate: Order approves fi
nal account and releases guardian.
William James Chilton guard
ianship estate: Lois Hall appointed
guardian.
DISTRICT COCRT ,
Richard Williams Turner,
charged with permitting livestock
to run at large, trial set for July
14: posted 125 bail.
Glenn Edward Lukinbeal, chaig
ed with larceny, continued for
sentencing to June 10 after plea
of guilty: posted $350 bail.
MCNICIPAL COCRT
Christopher B. Herigstad. Sil
verton route 1, driving while In
toxicated: Fined $350. 60-day sen
tence suspended, driver"s license
suspended for one year.
Edwin Dale Lawrence, UTS N.
Commercial si., charged with
reckless driving, liquor involved:
Pleaded Innocent, continued to
June 9. released en $190 ball.
Daniel Norman Maler, 1260 If.
4th st., reckless driving: fined
$35.
CIRCT IT COCRT
Betty Pearsall vs John Pearsall:
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FALL CITY. OREGON
Mobilize Your Chicken Dinners)
Tok One lor a Ride. They'll Gc Anywhere. Anytime
TV Sweel 7V Juicy r; Tender
T-Bone Sieaks io Ham & Eggs
.WE SERVE ANYTIME
Drive In Sortie Phone 111 Toll City
Mr. & Mrs. Alton
Brown's. 184 N.
Suit for divorce charging' ' cruel
nd- inhuman treatment asks for
custody of a minor ehlld. Mar
ried Jan. 10, 1943, at Redding,
Calif. '
Henry G. Carl Veterans
Building association and others:
Suit dismissed with prejudice and
without costs as being settled.
Paul Pilcher vs Southern Paci
fic cc mpany and Livesay Lumber
company: Suit seeks to ; collect
IIO.OOC for alleged death o( Victor
Pilrhtr in a train-car collision
July 2f, 1948, at Gervais. i
James Lloyd Nett vs Agneatha
Bartell Nett: Suit dismissed with
out ccsts.
Carrie J. Harwood vs Charles
A. Hcrwood: Suit for divorce
charring cruel and inhuman treat
ment. Married March 9, 1944, at
Vancouver, Wash.
Miirired Alberta Hakansbrj. d-mlrii-tijitor
of Judy Ann Hakan
son estate, vs FranolT R. Toler:
Jury finds for defendant in suit
seeking' tc celled $10,000 for
death of Judy Ann Hakanson al
legedly cccurring in auto-trufck
oollison.
Ncthinf Down. Pay Monthly
VENETIAN BLINDS
And Shades
We aisc wash, retape. paint and
resist your old Venetian Blinds.
ELMER -
TIIE BLIND
MAN
Call Any Time For Free
I stimates Phone J-7328
14IJ Ruse it. W. Salem
We Give SA1I Green Stamps
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