The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 17, 1949, Page 12, Image 12

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DETROIT, July 16 -(Special)
Plans for the August 14 dedica
tion of the new portion of the
North Santiam highway were
completed Friday night, accord
ing to Edison Vickers, ; Idanha,
general chairman.
The queen and four princesses
will be chosen August 6 during
amateur night at Canyon theatre
in Detroit. Candidates; must be
from 14 to 17 years of age, inclu
sive, and must reside in the area
from Gates to Idanha. Basis of
judging will be poise, personality
and beauty.
A queen's ball is set for Aug
ust 12.
The dedication will be at the
site of the new Breitenbush
bridge, about one mile northwest
of Detroit, observing completion
of the road sector from Gates to
Caravans from both eastern and
western Oregon are to be ar
ranged and are to line up at
Sisters and Gates, respectively
Plans were also made to enter
a float publicizing the event in
the Santiam Bean festival at
Stay ton. Friday's meeting was
held at Gates, with delegations
attending from here, Idanha and
Dallas Couple Drive 59 Years
Without Scratching a Fender
! By Harold Norberj
Stalrnman Dallas Correspondent
DALLAS, July 16-(Special) -Fifty nine years of driving without
so much as a dented fenoer is the combined record of Mr- and Mrs.
Harry Codner, Dallas.
The Codners explain their success Jike this: "This best way is
to figure that there is no such thing as right-of-way. and let the other
fellow go first." ;
They haven't kept tab of the
many thousands of miles traveled,La Grande KeSHientS
but Codner has been driving fv ' . , i ff
37 years, his wife for 22. For 15 j 4lt at Jellersoil
years Codner has been driving JEFFERSON - Mr. and Mrs.
commercial vehicles coal, lum- j "
her and feed trucks in Allie n, I - FAAckley and daughter, Char
Iowa, and for the past nine yejrs : lctte, of LaGrande. were' week-
a Da. us Creamery truck. lend guesls cf thtir sister. Mrs.
The Codners are concerned, now
that they have received so much
acclaim that they might "go out
and have an accident now that all
the fuss has been made."
PICTORIAL-SCENERY: Paul D. Almquist of 132 Coolidge. Silver ton, .takes th week's top honors in this category ofVhe Oregon
Statesman's photo contest for the above unusual picture of the road to Timberline lode. with ML Hood In the background. It was taken
last April 24 with a 4x5 Speed Graphic on pan film, 150 at fit, with no filter. Almquist also won two werks ao. Both his winners will
be in competition for the grand prize in this division.
Newcomer on
Top Rung of
Photo Contest
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By Don Dill
Flaff PVniIorapher. The Statesman
The Stnlrsmnn's 1049 Summer
Phuto co'itcst for nmateurs wsts
hca('ine . into its sixth and fin?-'
wreW tod;'v w'th the chances het
tr lhan ever for hranfl new ent
rant three contestants now
are barred from further compe
tition bv virtue of hnving won
two first prices thus far.
This wrrk'i winners as announ
rH hv the iiiHfes are:
. C'hS'Hrrn - pmm.-tls: V. .T Guth
rie, Sir.'1 Frederick. Salem.'";
Portrait ' - rha.racter Stn'dv:
T'Snf V1 II W'innrr. 467 N. 18th
tit.. Salrrr. .
Pictorial - Soenerv; Paul T).
Almnuist, 22 Coolidpe st , Si'
v'ton. Wimer and -Almquist took pre
vious awprds and now join Ted
Stook. flM a douljle winner, on
the sidelines nendintr choosing of
1he grand inie winners. Guthrie
is a newcomer to the top rung.
18 Honorable Mention
The iudpos also awarded 10
honorable mention this week.
Bigpest tussle for the jtidges
was in the children-animal divi
fion between Guthrie's picture:
one of a little girl in a nlav-vard.
tken bv Mrs. K C. Russell o'
1635 State t.. who took a first
r.lace in the portrait - character
idudy classification Inst week, and
one bv Henry A. (Bnd Steven
Son. 295 Park ave . of little Bar
bara Jean Lambert.
Next toughest choice was in the
pictorial - scenerv classification
between Alitiouist's entry and a
night phofo lof the First Metho
dist church :5alem. taken by 15-year-old
William Srhantar, 2190
Park ave.. Sp'em. .
OmDetitinn Keen
Competition in all divisions was
even keener than usual. Well over
100 photos were entered.
In addition to Mrr. Rusjell.
Stevenson and Schantz. honorable
mentions were - accorded these:
A. A. Tavlor. 300 Culver lane;
iubiert Mrs. Thomas B. Ritch-
ey of 475 Monmouth St.. Inde- Oiit-rafitolofa
pendence. v "t"
Jean Stook. 275 Fisher rd.: b-! 7 J, ;J: f
ject - C K. McMillian of Bel-; VlSltlllg 01 TOUT
lineham. Wash.
Donald Sebum. 2435 Lee t : , CoriiefS llOltlC
tibiecl Denoe Bay. Ore lD.,rD.. . ,
Kenneth Frad, route 4. box 340: MFO!iR CORNERS - Mr and
subject-Crater lake. I J?-, Henrv; MirMir of vsn D,e8".
Dr. Henrv Morris, 1520 N. 5th j Cal a,e fVfng the summer
af ubjet doe ,ln r8n i! nl Present they are
. Richard J. Krenz. route -3. box i 1'" Laua Donnelley s
77 Cii.nnn' ...hii- hc, . ; trailer ; house at ,255 S. Lancaster
Lady Mae and Mack.
Evelyn Jordan, route 3.
86; subject Flower Girl.
Deadline Wednesday
Retired Silverton
Physician Honored
Bv Chambers
veteran Silverton physician and
civic leader who retired recently,
was honored Friday at a surprise i
banquet by the Junior and Senior '
Chambers of Commerce.
The event was sponsored by the
Jaycee group under its president,
James Jones. Wade Scott, Jaycee
member, was master of ceremonies.
The groups presented Loar with a
leather-bound resolution thank
ing him for his outstanding work
as a physician and civic leader.
Parzy Rose read an account of
Loar's activities and presented the
doctor with a soecial Alaskan-
type rifle scope sight to help him
, further enjoy his favorite sport. An
active Chamber member, he has
i headed the group's highway com
j mittee for many years.
Featured speaker was Arthur C.
Schaefer, Scio, president of the
Cascade Highway association.
Schaefer djscussed the proposed
Springfield-Portland route which
would run ea?t of highway 99E,
passing through 12 cities including
Silverton and i,t. Angel.
J. LaMers have takenover man
agement of the Roadside Inn in
Willamina. D. J. LaMers, who
will have charge of the evoking,
served a chef of cafes' in Denver,
Colo., and Sheridan before com
ing to Willamina.
Six Issues Are
Already Set
For '50 Ballot
Voters who go to the polls at
the general election in November,
1950, already are assured of six i
issues on the ballot.
Besides two referendum mea
sures one attacking the old age
pension law and the other the
daylight, savings act, there arei
three constitutional amendments ;
and one bill, all referred by the '
last legislature.
One constitutional amendment
provides that members of the
state legislature shall receive $600
per annum, with an allowance of
10 cents per mile traveled in
reaching Salem ;and returning to
their homes. Legislatures now
receive S8 a day for 50 days.
Another constitutional amend
ment authorizes the state to loan
its credit and incur indebtedness
not exceeding at any time three
fourths of one per cent, based on
assed property valuations, to pro
vide funds with-which to ledeem :
and refund outstanding revenue
general obligation bonds for high
er education and payment of sites.
Under the third amendment,
credit of the state could be loaned
and indebtedness incurred not ex
ceeding 4 per cent, based on as
sessed property valuations, to
augment the Oregon war veterans
The referred bill provides a tax
for increasing the state basic
school fund from S50 to $80 per
child of school age. based on cen
sus, in excess of the six per cent
limitation provision.
Two proposed referendums fail
ed for lack of completed petitions.
One authorized consti uction of a
dam above the mouth of Big Butte
creek on the Rogue river and the
other inspection of all electrical
installations under the state labor
Walter Glasgow. They motored to
Newport Saturday.
Jane Smith was week-end
guest of AnneXJones cf Salem at
the Methodist cajmp at Barview.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ammon re
turned home Sunday from a 10
day trip to Price. Utah, visiting
Cutler Named 4
To Head! State
Horse Sliow
Harrison Cutler tot Napa. Calif
will manage the Oregon state fair
horse show this year, if air offi
cials announced Saturday,
Cutler, who has managed sev
eral California horse sfcows. as
sured Fair Manager LiPo Spitz
bart that a number of ioutstand
ing California shoW strings would
be entered here. 'i
The show will gainjbe com
bined with rodeo tiyentsj. Cowboy
competition and rodeo itock will
be under supervision bf Henry
Christenson. J Eugene, j for the
fourth consecutive 'yeari
The show classification lists,
including stokes and parses, will
be mailed fhortiy tS Oregon
horsemen. ' 1
relatives in eastern Oregon on th
way. j
About 7.6 per cent of the people
in the United States now are 65
years old or older.
1253 Elm St., West Salem Phone 2-6657
Led the entire field force of Guarantee Mutual
life of Omaha in production for June, 1949. Mr.
Coeley is a member of the E. J. Knutson Agency in
Portland. I
The Progressive Guarantee Mutual
Life Co., Omaha, Neb; j
life, Accident, Sickness, Hospitalization
CHILDREN-ANIMALS: W. J. Guthrie. 3162 Frederick. Salem, wen this week In annually clow com
petition in this division. His picture of Susan Guthrie was taken in March with a Ciro-flex camera 150
at ft I witli a No. t flood, on Soperpan Pres. film. G uthrie has won two honorable mentions but this is
his first, jpriie winner.
House guests of Mr. and Mrs.
ftoward Sniith, 440 S. Lancaster
dr., are Mrfe. George Hemeon and
tTw i OA VYai(vort it- Y-m-iimo
Deadline for the sixth and final j Vancouver Island. B. C. Canada,
week of the contest is midn.eht ; Mrs HemeAn and Mrs. Smith are
W ednesday. Julv 20 and the win- ; sistersin.,.
Mrsi J. 1 Webster. 420 S. Lan- ;
l caster ; dr., his spending a month
n Detroit. Mich., visiting relatives.
Visitors lh the home of Mr. and
ners will be published next Sun- !
day. Each will net a $7.50 first
nrtVa in aonrh rt thai 1 V -faa 1 .cri
v lilt UMIC HCI.I- j
fications. Then, on the following j
Sunday, July 31. will be announo- j
ed and published the winners of ;
the three . and prizes of $20 each. !
Rules remain the same ent-j
ries must be 5x7 or larger, jn 1
glossy paper, and taken only by
amateurs (those who take pic
tures as a hobby or for the fam
ily album). On theback of each
entry must be pa ted a sheet ,f
paper giving name and address
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in. fie oiciiuimjii, inj ivi,iiu i
ave., jure Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Campbell, Gary, Nadine and Mar
lene Camppell of Piedmont, Cal.
Mr. arid Mrs. John Ackerman and
sons Jackiejand Gary of San Fran
cisco, Mr. ajnd Mrs. Morris Acker
man and children Diane, Bobby
and Mrs. jllorris Ackerman and
children Diane, Bobby and Ronnie
of Mcplo park. California.
Mrs; Frank Crozier, 3920 E. State
of the photographer, identifying
dala on; mera. V l"? ! P
'LL: T-1- Usf Mefris Stewa""t. secretary
, w" -"-.of thej Fou Corners home exten.
There's Still Time
There is n entry fee and no
obligations.-' -The Statmrn can
r i guarantee itturn of the
photos, but will .be glad to return
any which are railed for.
Will there be another and per-
sion unit, has returned to her home
from the Slem Memorial hospital.
haps larger contest in 1950? - The
an- wtr is ji v- ceneinly: are
planning on it. But there's still
time In this one, too.
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Proof ef Performance! New engineering fe
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fxl tnragr ppare vtilliout in reaed. flfr p;a-e.
Nearly half million in um" i lear proof if the
ae'laim for thee brilliant new rr frig eratori.
Proof of Usable Featuretl "Cold clear o the
fl-," gitcaou an estra 2 cu. ft. of rcfrigfrated
ttorage rpare in a ratiinrl taking nrt mor HooT
pace than former "w rna" ... a bigger roeo
food chest . . . more general Ftorape faict . . I
and the nr refrigerated Fruit freshener.
Proof of Modem Dotign! k K inatorV full length
door ia isihle jroof thai you have llif rcfrigirrt'r
of lofTKirrow ... a refrigerator that ill nit !
eotne old fashioned in t)ling in a few ear.
Proof of Dependability I KeUinator U tb
tiroduc-t of the oldet inanufadur of ejertrw
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rORTKAIT - CHARACTER S.JDT: TSgl Phil Winter. 4?14 18th
t, Salem, tskes his second tap place with the above vfetnre ef
ene-moalh-eld Eanrfy Wimer. lie used 4x5 Graphic ea Defender's
42S at l20t, 132. with eoe flash.
bairy Queen. - . the
name that's first in re
freshment! Luscious,
fresh frozen . . . a
whole milk product
with sweet cream add
ed. Here's, energy,
zest end vim in the
"cone with the curl on
top" ... or a Pint or
.Quart, if you please!
2795 S. CcmX St.
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At Liberty
Road Junction
big Fro z an Pood Cho. hoMs 40 lbs.
Four, large, "quick-release' ice trays. I
"MogicNShe'f" moka extra space for fall
botttos, bulky foods. h
Big 12-quart Critpor Drawer.
TiH-out, rsrigorafod Fruit Fretheaer gives
okw-o moist storaga far all typos of food.
Pawerod by Kelvinatar Polarsphore, famod for
dapondabiltty aad ponny-pJnching aconomy.
Mastarpiece Model CM . . . illus- 299'
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