The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 02, 1956, Page 5, Image 5

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    TWO CARS DAMAGED
Two cm received extensive
front end damage in I collision
at Union and 'North Church
street about 10:40 a.m. Saturday,
city police reported. Drivers Were
listed as Hubert Dayle Points,
Sweet Homt, and James Albert
Salisbury, Gleneden Besch, Ore.
Fur restyling. Give your furs
new lease on life at Lachelle's.
r 1340 ferry. v (adv.)
PEARS BOIL OVER
Pears ' twin cooked for canning.
boiled dry at the Ray McCauley
home, 10 S. 14th St., Saturday
morning causing considerable
smoke but no fire, city firemen
reported. Damage was confined to
the pears, which had been placed
in glass Jnrs.
Court Apartments now have I furn.
z rm. apartments at $55. Ph. 3-7440.
(adv.)
Announcement
See the revolutionary new roof on
television SUNDAY, Sept. 2nd.
"KPTV" from 5 to 5:30 p.m. (adv.)
Frank Paris,
Turner, Dies
lutruu News Semite
TURNER, Sept 1 Frank A.
rris. Box 12, Turner, died at a
Salem hospital Saturday follow
ing a heart attack. He was 4fl.
Paris, who operated a wood
novelty shop here, had been ill
for the past four months.
Born Dec. 1, 1009, in Iowa,
Paris moved to Salem from Flo-4
rida about six years ago. He had
lived in the Turner area for the
past our years.
Survivors include ' his widow,
Mary: two sons, Frank and Rod
ney Paris; a daughter, Jan: and
his father, Addison Paris. All are
of Turner. Four sisters also survive.
Announcement of services will
he made later by the HowelhEd-
wards funeral home. " -
State Fair Topic
At Kiwanis Meet
Oregon's state fair will be the
program topic at the regular meet
ing of the Salem Kiwanis Club
Tuesday noon at the Senator Hotel.
Speakers will include Leo Spitz
hart, fair manager: George Mc
Murphy, publicity director of the
fair; and Helene Hughes, director plane,
ul the fair's musical production. I flight
GRAND RONDE MAN
CHARGED
Emil R. Pearson, Box 153,
Grand Ronde, was arrested on an
approach to the Center street
bridge about 2:23 p.m. Saturday
on a charge of driving a vehicle
with a suspended operator's license.
New Owner: Mr. k Mrs. Floyd
Held now operating Louis Fish
Grotto. Eat where the food is ex
cellent. Separate dining rm. for
group dinners. Additional to the
menu, salads, chickens k steaks.
Open from T a.m. .to 10 p.m. every
day. S71S s. Com 1. adv
COQL'ILLE MEN ARRESTED "
Three Coquille men were ar
rested Saturday morning on
charges of check vagrancy, Salem
police said. The men wert listed
as Benny June Gravette, Charles
Allen Dillingham and John Ray
mond Thurman. Officers ssid the
charges involved a $30 check
passed at the Hollywood Safeway
store.
Unsightly facial . hair removed
safely, permanently. Price's Beau
ty Salon. Pb. J-5859. . laav.j
Local Improved 'Elberta peaches;
Lancaster Drive 3 blks. South of 4
Corners. (adv.)
WINDOWS BROKEN
L. E. S wanton, 1140 Diets St.,
told city police Saturday that
boys have been shooting out win
dows of a house under construc
tion at 77S Cascade Dr.
Dental plates repaired while you
wait at Painless Parker Dentist,
125 N. Liberty, Salem. . (adv.)
Airmen Plan
Two Meetings
The two flight of the Salem
Pilots Association will hold Sep
tember meetings Tuesday night
Flight No. 1 will elect officers
during its session at the Airport
Administration building. Nomi
nees include Ron Hardmsn, pres
ident; John SI John, vice presi
dent; Tracey Gilman, secretary;
and the following trustees How
ard Wilcox, Loren Croxton, Har
ry Santee. Other nominations can
be made from the floor.
Flight No. 2 will hold its meet
ing at the home of Ronald Mil
ler, 3400 Argyle Dr. It was .an
nounced that this flight now has
completed payment on its air-
which is at disposal of all
members.
Death Claims
Mrs. Johnson,
Brownsville
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BROWNSVILLE. Sept 1 -
Grace P. Johnson, mother of Jsy
S. Johnson, Brownsville, died Sat'
urday at a Salem hospital She
wss 70. -
Born Aug. 7. 1877, in Ashta
bula, Ohio, Mrs. Johnson resided
most of her life In Long Beach,
Calif. Her husband, John E.
Johnson, died in 1939.
Mrs. Johnson had been living
with her son In Brownsville
portion of each year for the past
six or eigni years.
She - was a member of the
Christian Church.
survivors include two sons,
Jay S. Johnson, Brownsville, and
E. K. Johnson, Long; Besch, Calif.
. Funeral services will be held
Monday at 2 p.m. at the Browns-
villa Christian Church under the
direction of the Fisher funeral
home in Albany. Interment will
be at Long Beach, Calif.
W. II. Martin,
64, Succumbs
William H. Martin, a printer In
San Francisco for 30 years, died
Saturday at a Salem hospital. He
was 64. V
Martin. 305 South View 'Place,
had been ill for the past four and
one-half years. He was hospital
ised here Tuesday.
Born Feb. 12. 1892. la Greenleaf,
Kan., Martin was a veteran of
World War I and had been a print
er since 1910, H. was forced to
retire about two years ago due to
ill health. Martin and his wife,
Lydia, cam! to Salem about two
weeks ago.
Survivors include, in addition to
his widow, a sister, Mrs. Lucy
Sachs, Seward, Fa., and several
aunts and cousins.
Announcement of services will
be made later by the Clough-Bar-
rick funeral home.
Fire Levels Boathouscs. Boats in Salem
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Charred debris Is all that remains of one of threw Oregon Pulp and Paper Company boat-
houses destroyed la a Saturday afternoon fire oa the Salem waterfront. Damaged la the
.2:45 p.m. blaxe were a tugboat and a barge, which were moored nearby. Total loss, com
prising mainly equipment, was estimated by firemen at close to 130,000. (Story oa Page lL
(Stateimaa photo).
Stuble Blaze
Out of Control
State Fair Judging Begins
For Future Farmer Work
SUtrimaa News Service)
WOODBURN. Sept. 1-A bum-
nie stubble field that cot out of
""frontrol this afternoon in the Fair
field district southwest of Wood
burn raised smoke seen in Salem,
IS miles away, without doing any
damage.
The fire occurred on the Ralph
Durette farm about 1:45 p.m.
police said. It was put out by
woodbura firemen.
Roy Chapia, Perrydala, State
Future Farmer president and Rus
sell Joy, -Grrsham. state treasur
er, were at the Oregon State Fair
all Saturday, opening day, to show
people through the FFA exhibits
and tell about FFA activities. The
youths said they planned to re
main at the fair throughout the
week, acquainting fair-goers with
Ihrir work.
Judging began in this division
early Saturday with blue ribbons
nlaor-d on a number of exhibits
before nightfall. Included were:
I til it v trailers, - - Bill Furrow
.Wy'east, Hood River; -wood and
metal, large construction, Jon
Jeskey, North Marion; , metal,
laree construction. Dale Hilde-
brand, Corvallis; wood, large con
struction. Bill Holoboff, North Sa
lcm: stock trailers. Gene Chris-
Snlem
Obituaries
Bakjr Boy Baker
Baby Boy Baker, al a loeal hospi
tal. Annul Xrth. Infant aon ol Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Baker ol Salem. Sur
vived by ' irsndmother. Mrs. Ray
mond Edmonda of Woodburn. Ore.
Announcements to b made later by
the Howell-Edwards Funeral Horn.
Betty Hunter
Lata rtsldent-of ISO Union Street,
Slerr. Survived by Brother, Vliill
Brooke of Narnpa Idano. private
treveaid. service! will be held Mon
day. September 1, at the City. View
Cemetery under tha direction of
Howell-Edwards Funeral Home
Baby Boy JeBesea
Lata resident of S1S7 Bruce St. At
a local hospital, Aug. list. Survived
by parents. Mr. and Mrs. William C.
Johnson, Salem: irandpartnU, Mrs.
Mabel Potter, Salem; Mr. and Mrs.
C. I. Johnson, Salem. Graveside
erviret will be held Wednesday,
Kept. S, 1:30 p.m.. Belcresl Memorial
Park, dlrectloa by Cloufh-Barrick
Co.
Grace P. Johnsea . . '
At a local hospital September 1.
lata resident ol Rt. 1, Brownsville.
Ora. Surtved by aonav Jay 8. John
son. Brownsville; E K. Johnson,
Lonfview, Call!. Announcement, of
services later by VlrgU T. Golden.
Bllliasa H. Martf "'' '
Lata resident of SOS South View
llee. Salem: At a local hospital,
Sept. 1st Survived by wife, Mrs.
Lydia Martin, Salem; later, Mra.
Lucy Sachs. Reward, Penn.; aunt,
Mra. Mary Heshton, Downs. Kansas.
Also a number of other aunts and
enualnf. Announcement of service's
later by , Cloufh-Barrick Funeral
Home. ' . : . .
freak A. Paris , - ' '
Lata resident of Turner In a local
hospital. Sept I, at tha ie of S
Veara. Survived by his telle, Mary
Pane of Turner, Or. Announce
ment of services MUft-f by Howell-Edwards
Funeral Horn.
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Recommended by Physicians
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105 N. High Ph. 3-333(5
tionson, Wy'east; implement trail
ers. Garry Ferguson, Albany
other trailers, Walter Wuyck
Banks: miscellaneous medium
construction. Randy .Smith, Can
by, molasses feeder; metal, small
construction, Bob Hart, Jefferson
metal, medium construction, Lar
ry Richtcr, Amity; wood, small
construction, Robert Gibson, Can
by; wood, medium construction
Charles Logan, Wy'east; feeding
and water device. Gordon Vogt,
Albany; milk carts and wheelbar
rows, small construction, Walter
Vandchey, Banks; brooders and
ladders, small construction, Peter
Krautscheid, Hillsboro; miscellan
eous small construction, Bill Holo
boff, North Salem.
Vegetables: Slicing cucumbers,
Bob Bigep, Canby; pickling cu
cumbers, Fred Hanson, Corvallis
carrots, Perry Davis. Jefferson
brocolli, Jerry . Kyllo, Canby
greea cabbage. Dale Johnson,
Scappoose;- beets. Randy Smith,
Canby; lima beans. Dennis Hanoy
Eugene; - mottled beans, Corvallis
FFA; snap beans, Davis Breeden,
Corvallis; silage corn, Adin Hes
ter, Canby.
Horticulture; Daffodil bulbs,
F.rrol Claire, Corvallis; gladiolus
bulbs, Gary Gray, Corvallis; iris
bulbs, David Rawie. Corvallis
lily bulbs, Ed Burnap, Corvallis;
tulip bulbs, Gary Gray; shrubs
Jack BigeJ, Canby; other nursery
plants, David Rawie, Corvallis
walnuts, Corvallis FFA; filberts
Ed Burnap, Corvallis; mint oil
Bcrnie Harrison, Corvallis: dill
oil, Billy Case, Jefferson.
Patted plaoti: Ed Burnap, Cor
vallis; cane berries. Allen Web
ster, Dayton; strawberries, Fred
Hanson, Corvallis; prunes and
peaches, Sam Mcyle, Wyeast;
pearl, Gary Siracek, Hood River;
Hale Haven peaches and Dixie
Haven peaches, Sam Meyle, Hood
River: apples, David Breeden,
Corvallis, and Siracek.
Sugar beets: John Marsh, Nys-
sa; potatoes, Wayne Lowery, and
Hon Jcssey, Norm Aiarion; mel
ons, Corvallis FFA; tomatoes,
Corvallis; sweet corn, Leo Haw
Icy, Gcrvais; squash, Randy
Smith.' Bob BigeJ, Corvallis, FFA,
and Enrol Clair. Corvallis.' Rhu
barb, Randy Smithr pumpkins,
Fred Hanson, Corvallis; green
peppers. Corvallis FFA; onions.
Leo Hawley, Gervais; Alan Bene
dict, Dayton. ,
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4-H Youths Battle for Awards
On Opening Day of Sta ie Fa ir
Crass Blazes
Call Firemen
Statesman. News Service
SILVERTOtf. Sept. 1 Two
grass fires called the Silverton
Volunteer Fire Department out
at the same time late Saturday
afternoon. While both fires were
burning under permit, both go(
out of control. No serious damage
was reported in either case.
One of the fires was in the W.
S. Follis fields one mile north of
Silverton and a good fourth mile'
off the highway. The second fire
was in, the Virgil Tenants fields,
six mires out In the Silverton Hills.
Two city -H girls took leading
honors in 4-H Frozen Foods I Sat
urday as 4-H judging got off to i
good start on the opening day of
the 9lst Oregon State Fair. In this
beginner's class, Raema Lee
Tuers. Salem, was named cham
pion and Ubrelee Perry, Portland,
was picked for reserve champion.
Raema's winning entry was two
containers, one each of Evergreen
blackberries and Gravenstein ap
ple sauce. A two-year club mem
ber, she attributes some of her
success to her local leader, Mrs.
A. W. Katka, Hayesville.
A highly polished redwood cedar
chest brought the grand champion
ship ribbon to Barry Vaughn, Wal
ton, in the 4-H woodworking con
test. A full-size storage wardrobe
was built by the 4-H member on
his farm home. Step ladders, sew
ing cabinets, shoe-racks and fruit
sleighs were among other 63 ex
hibits In the four woodworking
classes in the 4-H club division.
Tap Team
Three Washington County girls
were named top team In 4-H vege
table Judging and identification in
the competition with teams from
14 counties. The wianera were
Patricia Day, Beaverton; Karen
Behrman, . Banks, and Joan Ire
land, Forest Grove. Eugene Lien-
ert. 13, Oregon City, was high
individual scorer in the contest
and member of the second place
team that represented Clackamas
County.
Greshams Betty Townsend, 13-
year-old whit in food preservation,
captured top honors in the ad
vanced frozen foods division. Her
four containers of frozen black
caps, sliced peaches, broccoli and
diced beets won for her a scholar
ship to 1957 4-H summer school.
Marilyn Hamrs, Canby, was
named reserve champion in the
senior division.
Field Crops '
Three acres of land recently
plowed out of sagebrush, produced
the champion -4-H field Crops ex
hibit flawless Netted Gem Pots
toes for Gregg Macy of Madras
Gregg explained that his formula
for producing the champion tubers
included good seed treatment for
controlling insects and disease and
a complete fertilizer treatment of
ISO pounds per acre of actual ni
trogen and 100 pounds each of
actual phosphate and potash.
Boys and girls divided honors
equally in three divisions of 4-H
poultry showmanship. Champion
senior poultry showman was Ger
aid Hepler, 18, Canby, who edged
out reserve champion, Joan Do-
brot, also It, of Central Point.
Gerald has a flock of 91 laying
White Leghorns that keep him in
spending money with a daily av
erage of six dozen eggs.
Poultry Champion
Poultry champion of the inter
mediate age group was Chcrrill
Doty, 14, Salem, with Andy Paul,
14. Sheridan, reserve champion
Joan Holm, 12, also of Sheridan,
won the -judges nod for champion
junior showman with reserve
championship going to Ray Wing,
11, Albany.
Three Coos County boys won
team honors in the annual 4-H
livestock judging contest, compet
ing with teams from 2 counties.
Gene Mast, Coquille, and Sam
Roderick and Paul Weeks of Coos
Bay proved their skill in judging
both fat ' animals . and breeding
stock of beef, hogs and sheep. High
individual scorer was Gary Wii
lett, Wallowa, who led bis team
to second place honors. Third
place team standings went to a
Polk County trio of Chappy Arnold,
Rlckreall, and Richard Laudal and
Wayne Phillips both of Dallas.
Santhera Oregon
Two Southern Oregon 4-H club
members exhibited the top fleeces
in the second annual 4-H wool
show held at the state fair. Judges
Dinned the purple ribbon to a Cor-
riedale ewe fleece exhibited by
Philip Kreuse, IS,- Grants Pass.
The reserve champion fleece from
a Lincoln ewe was shown by Kath
ryn Howard, 10, Yoncalla. Fifty
five 4-H .fleeces were shipped or
brought to the fair for judging by
Bruce Arnold of the Pacific Wool
Growers Cooperative, Portland
Linn CotMy 4-H'ers were rated
top poultry judging team in a rig
orous contest of judging birds for
egg and meat production and rat
ing eggs by candling and broken
out quality. Team members were
Lee Abraham, Halsey, and Marvin
Shelby and Patsy Commons, Al
bany. CHarlene Shaner. Woodburn.
won high individual judging honors
among three-member teams from
eight counties.
Outdoor Cooking - :
Seventeen-year-old Sara Mayers.
Salem, earned lop honors as 4-H
outdoor cook Saturday. Her entry.
an evenly browned cornbread, was
baked to perfection in a reflector
oven . which she uses on overnight
camping trips. Other blue ribbon
winners Donn Ebert, Joyce Mount,
Steve Ash ton, Ken Townson, Sa
lem; Mary Beth Sather, Bend;
Tony Perkins. Hood River: Wade
Miller, McMinnviUe: Janet Owens.
Klamath Falls; Bobby McElhose.
Parkdale; Jackie O'Brien. Warnic:
Joan LaselL Tigard; Eugene Paola,
Carlton; Wesley Hilliker. Ray
Annexed Area
Precincts in
Salem Studied
Whether residents of new addi
tions to Salem will vote , in city
precincts or. their former county
precincts is a question, Marioe
County Clerk Henry p. Mattson
said Saturday.
It has been the custom to trans
fer annexed areas immediately to
city precincts, in line with a state
law' which says precinct bound
aries sshall not cross -city limit
lines, but his attention recently
was called to another law which
says precinct boundaries can be
changed only. on the July 1 fol
lowing a general election, be said.
He will make further investiga
tion this week to clear up the
question, he said. , !
Top Demos
Attend Fair
Three top Democratic candidates
showed up at their party s booth
at the Oregon state fairgrounds
Saturday.
Sen. Wayne Morse. Robert
Holmes, candidate for governor,
and Monroe Sweetland. Demo
cratic nominee for secretary of
state, met voters during the fair's
opening session.
Morse spent about two hours at
the booth. Movies telling "the
Morse story were shown.
The 1956 election in Oregon is
going to be very close, Sweetland
told one group of visitors.
The outcome will be determined
by the number of people who reg
ister between now and Oct. (, the
date reffistratioa closes. If It is
heavy, the Democrats will win."
Statesman, Salem, Orel, Sun , Sept. 2, 1956 (Sec I-5
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DANNER - To Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Danner, 280 N. ZSth St., a
son, Saturday, Sept 1, at Salem
General Hospital.
HEMANN - To Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Hemana, 154 Breys Ave.,
a son, Saturday, Sept 1, at Salem
General Hospital.
MAI-HERN - To Mr. and Mrs.
Stanislaus Mathern, 2340 Chemawa
Rd., a son, Saturday, Sept.- 1, at
Salem General Hospital. .
ANDERSON - To Dr. and Mrs.
Daniel Anderson, 2620 Greenway
Dr., a daughter, Saturday, Sept.
1, at Salem General Hospital.
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Police Probe Gun Accident
SUtesaaaa News Service
STAYTON. Sept. t - Marion
County sheriffs deputies Saturday
were Investigating a shooting acci
dent which injured a Stayton farm
worker Thursday.
Marcine Thomas 'Barnett, 42.
was struck In the back by a .22
calibre bullet which ' apparently
struck a bone and glanced down
ward into his right arm, deputies
said. -
Barnett was treated at Santiam
Memorial Hospital and released.
The sheriff's office said the inci
dent occurred at the Jim yersteeg
beanyard near Stayton, where Bar
nett nd two of his brothers have
been staying.
Deputies were notified of the bul
let wound Friday. Barnett told
officers that he did not know ths
source of the bullet and said hi
had had no trouble, with anyone
in the area.
PEACHES STOLEN
Seven hoses of peaches were
stolen from the Roy Farley fruit
stand oa Highway I9E three miles
north of Salem1 Friday night, the
Marion County sheriff's office re
ported Saturday. .
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