Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, March 23, 1949, Page 21, Image 21

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AUTOMOBILES
THERE IS MORE THAN
ONE WAY
To Make Fire
We don't really want to start a fire but these bargains
are really RED HOT! Mr. Bonesteele built a fire under
us to sell these cars, so we put the torch to our prices.
Try and Match Them!
1948 Regal Deluxe Champion 3-pass. Coupe, R. &
H. and O'drive $2095
1947 Regal Deluxe Champion 5-pass. Coupe, fully
equip 1895
1947 Deluxe Champ. 4-dr. Sedan 1795
1947 Plymouth Station Wagon R. & H 1795
1948 Plymouth 4-dr. Sedan, R. & H 1500
1941 Buick 4-dr. Sedan 1195
1942 Nash 600 4-dr. Sedan 695
1937 Ford 4-dr. Sedan, 60 model 295
1936 Ford Coupe , 350
TRUCKS
1946 Studebaker lVz T. with new rubber 1495
1939 Ford 2-T. 2-speed rear axel 795
1936 Ford 1 T. flat bed 495
1940 Ford Vi T. Pickup 675
. 1939 Ford z T. 450
1929 Ford Pickup, new reconditioned engine .... 125
BONESTEELE SALES & SERVICE, INC.
370 North Church
fOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
LIGHT GREEN Si Ivory wood range. Ex
cel cond. 435. Ph. 17F21 Salem. n72
bSED Washers 130.00 to 140.00.
Y EATER APPLIANCE CO. n82
COMPLETE garden and lawn supplies at
Valle Farm Store. 4345 Sllverton Rd
FED Electric Refrigerators.
V EATER APPLIANCE CO.
, KwSPAPERS bought. 1780 N.
FULLER BRUSHES 1745 Grant. Ph 38357
n73"
faBED Electric Ranees, water heaters.
" YEATER APPLIANCE CO. n82'
fit,RION ELECTRIC Ranges, Rangettea.
Hollvwood Applionce Co. Ph. 2-443P. n
fc,gCTitlC Fence Controllers 114.95.
i YEATER APPLIANCE CO. nB3'
&AI1LIAS. 881 Rosemont A'. Ph. "43
blNERAL ELECTRIC, orosley, Gibson
and Uontag Appliance at aarurta
bON'T WAX your floors. Cse Plastl-Kote.
. the cellophane like finish for wood or
1 linoleum.
fTABDB APPLIANCE Service Dept. at
fer complete service facilities for all
Montgomery Ward appliance. Just call
-83191.
lAI E OR TRADE lor anything I can use.
'.Team of marcs, wt. 1400, age 8 St 7.
Good harness, Plow A mower. $175.00.
.John H Smith, (Old) Orand Ronde.
i Croisan Quarries
ftUARRY EOCK for road base. Crushed
"rock, fill dirt. We deliver. 1565 So. Com')
i Fh- 3-6417. Plant Ph. 3-123U Re. 3-3075
3j D72
ELECTRIC Sewing Machines.
CTT v ni Hnsnital-Sur ileal
: Medical contract. Good anywhere. No
u 'Jmlt- Individual, family or group
Ph 3-8482. MBH&A, 360 State St. Salem.
;E n71
QARHK-N SAND, oravei, crushed rock
-I Shovel St drag-line excavating. WALL
4 INO SAND S GRAVEL CO Ph 8-8219
: b-UTILIZER, Con or cnicten manure
L: Jftfellvered In Salem. Well rotted or fresh
J 15-00 per oublo yard del Also manure
V by ack (1.00 pet sack at place or will
i-.i del- five sack orders. Also horse man
i J ur for hot beds Se plants. Phillips
1 4 Bros. Rt. 6, Box 118, Salem. Ph. 68F22.
i." 5 N'
SALEM SAND As GRAVEL COMPANY
J Contract Work
Road - Clearing Ditching
I Sewer St Basement
Equipment Rental
I 18 a rds. H-00 per hr
1 10 B H yds. 9M per hr
D-7 Cat & Doaer 10.50 per hr
( D- Oat Se Dozer 8.40 per hr
; D-4 Cat St Dorer 1X D8' hr
Phone Day 3-8408
Eves 3-8346 or 2-4404
Salem Oregon B
- WALLING SAND A GRAVEL CO
CBUSDED ROCK for roada and driveway
i cement, ready mix concrete, garder
aand. Bulldozing, drainage and ditching
H-vd. shovel and drag Una Ph 8-9248
'.. . boUSEHOID FURNITURE including apt.
Fj ' i eleo. range St garden tools. 1240 N. 4th.
b: 9 ph. a-073g. 521
): fctAVPNO A CIIAIB, used 2 weeks. 2617
k-r Brooks Ave. p?0
tH E- G. 18 Rototiller, in A-l condition.
i Cheap- Ph. 3-8333. 10
'i PrONTALINI 120 bass accordion, prac.
I li tically new. Cost 81165.00. Sell for
P' $785.00. Terms. Ph. 30570 after 6 djil
i " DUO WHEEL trailer, grain bed, good
fet. tires. 2580 S. Summer St. n71
f GOOD USED galv. wire netting, one inch
(. $ mesh 5 & 6 ft. width, 150 ft. rolls.
Gravely Power tractor, 5 h.p. motor,
? mower attachment. Ph. 2-1643. n70
CEDAR POSTS. Ph. C8-F-22
f-i ONE MAN tel. power chain saws. Indus
Si' trial Supply Co. of Salem, 551 Ferry.
Sfl Ph 3-8023. n"15'
DISSTON CHAIN SAW, sales Service
P Industrial Supply Co. of Salem, 5o4
INSURED TREE SERVICE. Free estimates
Insured Operator. John Payne, Ph
26014, 248 S. Church. n8
Order early manure yd. or sack. Ph. 27120
n84
FURNACES, OIL burners, gutters, air
cond. General sheet metal work. Yrs.
of exp enable us to furnish the best.
Estimates free.
JOHNSTON SHEET METAL CO.
1410 South 12 St. Ph. 3-5391 n86
SPRAY GUNS AND COMPRESSORS
You can get the best in spray paint
Inn accessories at Wards! Sturdy and
efficient spray guns, compressors, pres
sure tanks, etc. Spray guns Tor as
little as S8.85.
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
SALEM, OREGON
TARPAULINS
Sturdy canvas, 10 oz. before treating.
Water and mildew resistant. Metal
grommets.
x 8' 5.45
7 X 9' 1-65
10" X 12' 10.95
12" X 14' 13.75
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.,
SALEM, OREGON
MTLK pasteurizer for the home.
YEATER APPLIANCE CO.
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED furniture to glue St repair. Lee
Bros. Furn. Reflnlshing Co. Ph. 2-7001.
PAYING. Junk batteries (2.00; paying
smooth tires (1.00 St up. Retread Tire
Service. na-
SEWING MACHINE, any make or cond
W navnport Pb. 8-7S71 1930 N 18th
oa72
FOR EXTRA cash, tell as your feed ana
grain bags K it S Bag Co., J47 Kear
ney or large lots call 21877 or 90208
eves. na
TJSED FURNITURE. Phone 1-8185.
na
PERSONAL
IT AN LEV Home Product. 555 Cross St.
Ph. 1-5308. P30
AUTOMOBILES
Phone 3-9277
PERSONAL
INVESTIGATIONS. All Types Vrite Box
245 Capital Journal. p73
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS.
734. Phone 3-5334
Box
P170
AUTOMOBILES
1941 STUDEBAKER Champion tudor, ra
dio, heater, overdrive. Clean. S800.00
Phone 3-6470. n72
SAVE MONEY
Even the smallest ad will bring results
if the price means a substanltal sav
ing. Our weekly Sales Record proves
that we are getting our share of the
buyers. Of course we mean Chevrolets.
. THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL
'40 Ohev, deluxe, 4-dr. sedan .... (685
'48 Chev. 4-dr. sedan. Another one of
those real clean ones. Only ...,(1346
'48 Chev. W-ton pickup. The beat.
15 more to choose from, you betl
Cash, Trade, Terms. Ph. 2-B602
Kannier's Used Cars
West Salem. Aoross from MKN Furn.
q71
BY OWNER, 1948 Plymouth. Exc. cond.,
Low mileage, new tires. Reas. price,
Call 3-4233. q75
'40 OLDS clb. cpe. R&H. Good cond. 1122
3rd,. W. Salem. q75
HUDSON
SAVE $700 SAVE
This car is almost new with every
extra equipment; overdrive; driveinaster;
R&H.
PAY $800.00
Cash, Bal. 21 Months
STATE MOTORS, INC.
Packard Dealer
340 No. High q72
'38 FORD 5-pass cxc. cond., R&H. Ph.
2-9150. q72
FOR SALE: 1946 Chrysler Windsor sedan.
A-l condition, priced right. Owner Ph.
21968 after 5:30 P.m. q73
HUDSON
'46 Super Six sedan; R&H; one own
er; low mileage; guaranteed. (465.00
down, 31 months on bal.
STATE MOTORS, INC.
Packard Dealer
340 No. High q72'
FOR SALE OB TRADE for car 1946 Dodge
pickup. Ph. 28538. 165 Hiway Ave. q72
RECAP TIRES in popular sizes. 6.00-16,
only (6.95 exchange, or $8.45 outright
on your carl Montgomery Ward St Co.,
Salem. q72.
10.15 STD. 4-door Ohev. 392 S. High St
downstairs. Call after 4:15. q75
OLDSMOBILE
7 8-cyl. club coupe. R&H; low mil
eage; guaranteed; (635.00 down, bal.
21 months.
STATE MOTORS, INC.
Packard Dealer
340 NO. High . q72
SALE OR TRADE Roadster, Lincoln en
gine, dual carbs, hydraulic brakes. 260
Hood. q72
'41 OLDS 5-pass. Coupe, 4 Firestone Im
perials. New paint Job, R. St H. Must
be seen to be appreciated. See this
real buy at 2585 Maple. q72
1940 BUICK
4-dr. Super. Here is a really good
car. Clean from stem to stern, radio,
underseat heater, defrosters.
Full Price $995.00
SAM'S MOTOR CO.
270 N. Church Ph. 37817 q75
'47 PLYMOUTH 4-dr. Special Deluxe Se
dan, R. St H., private party leaving
Oregon, best offer takes, no dealers,
Ph. 2-7942. q72
GONE TO THE ARMY, must sell 1940
Dodge sedan, new motor. Price (750, Rt.
7, BOX 222. q71
1941 CHEVROLET sedan 2-dr. deluxe.
Heater. Ph. 3-7966 after 5 p.m. q73
939 FORD deluxe coupe. Radio, heater,
new 100 hp. engine, brakes, shocks,
lights, etc. Full leather upholstery. Call
2-5375. q71
1937 FORD
Coupe. Perfect motor, good body, good
tires, heater
Only $395.00
SAM'S MOTOR CO.
270 N. Church Ph. 37817 q72"
1947 CHEV. FLEETL1NE, Aero sedan, two
tone, heater & defroster. Car like new.
One owner. 11000 actual mileage. Price
(1650.00 See at 1385 N. Capitol. 6 to 8
p.m. Mrs. A. Howard. q74
1937 Studebaker Sedan
$450
Otto J. Wilson Company
Center and Commercial q71
1911 CHEVROLET 5-pass. coupe. Radio &
heater. Clean. (975. Phone 2-1670. q71
'19 FORD, radio, htr., and overdrive, etc.
Will sell (1300 equity Ph. Stayton 64-B.
q71
1936 BUICK Sedan (250. Elmer Hansen
11 miles out on Garden Rd. q71
ZEEB'S USED CARS
BUT SELL TRADB
TERMS
333 PstrBroundi Road ebon, t-S454
H'
1937 OLDS Sdan, sood condition, heattr.
1481 N. Summer St. alter :30 p.m. q71
AUTOMOBILES
PREMIUM
1946 BUICK SUPER SEDAN
30,000 miles, new Firestone Imperial whitewall tires,
black finish, twin fog lights, two outside mirrors, snooper
light. Radio, heater, defroster, windshield washer. One
owner. Has had excellent care and shows it.
$1995
OTTO J. WILSON COMPANY
Commercial at Center
BEST BUYS IN TOWN
1941 OkLsmobile 66 Club. New black finish, radio, heater 8U95
1841 Chevrolet Club Sedan (better Chevs can't be found) (1085
1041 Studebaker Club Coupe. Perfect throughout (1245
1941 Oldsmobile 76 Sedan. Hy drama tic. 2-tono tan, radio, heater (1300
1948 Oldsmobile 98 Sedan. Hydramatlc. New rubber, radio, heater (2250
1947 Oldsmobile 78 Sedan. Hydramatie, 2-tone tan radio, heater (2375
We have 47 Oldsmoblles. Fords, Plymouths. 41 ChevrolPts, Oldsmobilea, St tides.
Before you buy look at these coupes, clubs, sedans and convertibles. All Guaranteed
Cars You Bet).
LODER BROS.
DO WE TRADE TRY US AND BE PLEASED
YOUR OLDSMOBILE DEALER
2410 FAIRGROUNDS ROAD (PORTLAND HIGHWAY) PHONE 2-1490. olO
AUTOMOBILES
1947 Studebaker Sedan
$1795
Otto J. Wilson Company
Center and Commercial
all'
1940 MERCURY motor complete fl25. 1790
N. Front. Ph. 3B075. 071
3S PACKARD 6 coupe, Just overhauled
1450. II too hUh make oiler. 2460 Lan
caster Dr. Ph. 21394. 071
Eisner Motors to Sell
1948 CHEVROLET
Aero Sedan. Radio, heater, defroster.
A beautiful car.
Only $600.00 Down
21 months to pay
SAM'S MOTOR CO.
270 N. Church Ph. 37B17 q72'
$100 off on Every Used
Car, '47 Model or Later
for balance of March.
You don't have to keep
your fingers crossed
when you buy from
Teagues. You get value
plus for your dollar.
1949 Ford sedan, 1000
miles.
1948 Kaiser sedan like
new.
2 1947 Kaiser sdns., low
mileage.
1 1947 Chev. 4-dr., very
clean.
1 1947 Chev. 2-door, like
new.
20 other low priced cars
. to choose from.
TEAGUE
Motor Co.
See
JOE SFURLOCK
352 N. COM'L. PHONE 24173
q70
1941 Buick Special Sedan
$1250
Well Oared for. Guaranteed,
Otto J. Wilson Company
Center and Commercial q71
PONT1ACS
1947 Sedan Coupe (199b
1942 Chev. Coupe ( 995
1941 Mercury Sedan $ 895
1935 Pontlaa Tudor ( i45
1948 3 CT Coup (2495
Herrall Owens Co.
660 N Liberty Pb 84U8. q
This rime It's HUDSON I
Service Sales Parte
Home of Good Used Can
SHROCE MOTOR CO.
Church m Charon kata Sta Ph 8-9101
CHEVROLET
'47 Fleetmaster 2-door sedan; R&H;
seat covers; new .Wh. sldewall tires;
guaranteed; (550.00 down, bal. 21 mos.
STATE MOTORS, INC.
Packard Dealer
340 No. High q72
Eisner Motors Fine Cars
1934 CHEVROLET
Master 4-dr. Sedan, new tires and
battery excel, condition 1250.00. Ph.
2-2054 till 5:30 P.m. Eve. 2-7743. q71'
1941 MERCURY convert, coupe, R.&H..
'47 motor. Excellent condition. 1405
Jefferson. q71
id V-8 COUPE. Extras. Quick for (200.
975 Vista Ave. q70
'43 FORD 6. Mechanically A-l. Extras.
1375 equity. Low bal. 975 Vista Ave. q70
'47 STUDE. pickup. Eqpd. for plumb
ing. Covered bed. bit. -in fittg. trays,
pipe rack and vice. Good cond. (1250,
Phone Sllverton 953. or call at 418 E.
Main st. Q7Q-
1940 CHEVROLET 4-dr. Radio, heater,
new air cushion tires, exceptionally
clean. See to appreciate. (925. 320 Ever
green Ave., Ph. 38529. q"0
Eisner Motors to Buy
PLYMOUTH
'47 Super Deluxe sedan: R&H: like np;
one owner; guaranteed. (550.00 down,
21 months on baL
STATE MOTORS, INC.
Packard Dealer
340 No. Huh q72
II PONTIAC 2dr. Sedan, very clean, new
motor Si paint Job. Has about 20,000 mi
(925.00. 193 'J 8. 12th, q72
MOTORCYCLES SCOOTERS
4 CT'SHMAN SCOOTER. Reasonable.
Clem Schnider, Rt 1. Mt. Angel. ga70
Journal Want Ads Pay
I AUTOMOBILES
MOTORCYCLES, SCOOTERS
INDIAN
World's most modern motorcycle
CUSHMAN SCOOTERS . . . WHIT5
ZER BIKES. Genuine parts, serv- ,
ice every model.
Shrock's Motorcycle Sales
3007 Portland Road Ph. 2-1423
FARM EQUIPMENT
USED TRACTOR TIRES, popular sizes,
S5.00 and up. Montgomery Ward St Co.,
Salem. qb72'
GARDEN TRACTOR: 3 "a h.P., brakes,
Stratton motor, attachments' incl,, (150.
Stratton motor, attachments Incl., 1-50
65 Lansing Ave. Ph. 2-5747. qb72
TRACTOR, Massey-Harris "81". Recondi
tioned motor. Carl Snyder, 1 mile North
of Aurora on 217. qb72
FINANCIAL
SEE US FOR
ATTRACTIVE FARM LOANS
ONLY 4 OR 4'.'a INTEREST
5 to 40 Years and No Commission
Leo N. Childs, Inc.
$ CASH $
$25.00 to $500.00
FURNITURE, LIVESTOCK
EQUIPMENT EOANS UP
TO (300.00
Car loans up to 1500.00
Come in or phone
Hollywood Finance Co.
1991 Fairgrounds Road
Across street from bank
No parking problems
Phone 27032 Lie. N. M369-S281
F. E. Kcnyon, Mgr. r80'
GENERAL FINANCE '?ORP
LOANS
Llo S-138 and M-32B
and
RO H. SIMMONS
INSURANCE- AND LOANS
136 S. Commercial St Tel 3-8161. r
PRIVATE MONEY
Special ra'.e und terma
on larger Inaiu
long and xhort time
payments
ROY H SIMMONS
136 South Commercial St Phone S-9I61
PAYMENTS
TOO HIGH
Reduce the amount you pay out each
month by consolidating your instalment
obligations and paying them In a lump
sum with a Personal loan. Then have
Just one reasonable payment monthly.
LOANS $25 to $500 on AUTOS
Up to $300 on Salary, Furniture
Don't borrow unnecessarily, but if a
loan la the best solution to a money
problem, see me. 1 say "Yes" to 4 out
of 5 who ask for a loan. Come in or
Phone today.
PERSONAL
Finance Company
Ph. 2-2464 C. R. Allen, Manager
518 State Rm. 125
Lie. S122-M166 r77"
REAL ESTATE LOANS
PERSONAL LOANS
CAR LOANS
STATE FINANCE CO.
153 S High St Lie S-216 M-212
PAKM AND CTTY LOANS
4tt7, and 5
FOUR OWN 1'EKMS of repayment within
reason Cash toi Real Estate con tracti
and Second Mortgages
CAPITOL SECURITIES CO
201 Pioneer Trust Bldg r'h. 3-7162. r
AUTO LOAKS
WILLAMETTE CREDF1 OO
182 S Church
Parking a Plenty
Ph 2-2457 Lie No M-1B9 8-114
TRAILERS
'47 SHOPMADE 12-ft. Sleeps 2. All alum.
Butane equip. New bed divan, excel,
cond. ?300. Trailer Park Village. 1
mi. North city limits. 171
22-FT. NATIONAL trailer hse. Butane
equipped, good cond. J895. See Mrs.
Berry at Fircrest Trailer Court, 3!)10
N. River Rd. t71"
1948 OVERLAND trailer house. Sell or
exchange for late model car. 3560 Port
land Road. A. J. Miller. t72
14 FT. Completely insulatecr, aluminum
roof electric heat, gasoline range. Very
cozy for two. Price (750.00. Contact Red
Nelson During Day 7th & Murlark
St., West Salem. Oregon. Evenings 575
Patterson St., West Salem, Oregon, t76'
DIRECTORY
ACCOUNTING
ADDING MACHINES
All makes used machines, sold, rented,
repaired Roen 456 Court Phone 3-6773.
APPLIANCE SERVICE
ELECTRIC HOME appliance repair ie trice
Free estimates Trade-Inn accepted on
new appliances V'ncf'- Electric. Phone
3-92J8 157 S. Liberty 8t Oa
AT-UR DOOR GRINDING
All type lawn mowers sharpened elec
factory mach. Dexters. Ph. 36833. 077"
ALTERATION, " DR"KSSMAK INO
Satisfaction guar. 1290 N. 24. Ph. 2-7885.
AUTO RADIOS
Authorised Warranty Repair Station
for all mattes of Auto Radios Morrow
Radio Co.. 153 S Liberty Ph. 3-6955 o
AUTOMOTIVE
MARION MOTORS
NASH SERVICE
Towing service day phone 1-9286 Night
2-1904 333 Center 0
AUTO WRECKERS
MrYTnriB RPnniT.T Imagine Inn nrlrfi
1 Easy payment plan. 12th St. Junction
Auto Wreckers, ph, 28208. o34
J. F. Dougherty, 2130 Fairgrounds Rd
O801
DIRECTORY Pi I II
tnr(c AfiVtWP
Mlka Panek. 37S S Com'l Ph. I-1U1 IWIU "tlf UIIVV
Brake Si Wheel allKnlnc apactalUt. o78
Bulldo;.lns. leveling road bMj.. clear- UllCl Lfl I I V LiUlJ
Inn teeth lor brujh. Vlrall Huakel. 1010 UIIJ ttriWf
Falrview ave. Ph. 3-3146, Salem. 082
mJixpoiiiNO,1 ciTiM -New York' M?r 23
Buiidonn.. ,.drnTcr.-.ri... dirt mov B"VlnB interest in stocks pick
ing with small Carryall. Geo. wirth, ed up after a wobbly start in
849 Plymouth Drive. Ph. 21367, 31264. market today
,..- Most morninR declines were
til' ILL) I Xi . , ....
Pumic. nock .peciamt. Ph. 2-8825. elt.her erasfd (r replaced with
oss- Rains running to more than a
BUILDING. CARPENTRY point.
Don't puFot'r aprim repairing rebuild- Turnover increased a bit as
lee'd ?,',uS.c.n"Pp"' 3? "X??n Un "T,
bIHractors rr'LHrQnnenrnnat,t 6
-t ; around 900,000 shares for the
Building a new home? Let Sullivan it , .,
Taylor home butldpra build it lor you. 11111 season.
Pb. 2-4470 or 2-7578. Higher most of the day were
Frame or masonry construction, reslden- Pepsi-Cola, U.S. Steel, Republic
tlal, commercial houses raised. New , , - . , . ,
loundations ,Ait Bros, Ph, 25000, o77 Steel, General Motors, Studeba-
cash registers ker, U.S. Rubber, Douglas Air-
"Tnstant deiiveryoTVew-RCA-reitiVri craft, Consolidated Edison, Wes-
J',!,',' K!4, S?11, repalp"d Rn tinghouse Electric, Southern Pa-
45Q LOUrt. PO. 3-0773. O" ... , , n,t ..... ,,
chimney sweTp clflc' Standard Oil (NJ), Uiut-
ru'rn.c. 'chimney, vacuum ' cleaned. d ,Air Lines, and Paramount
Ensicy, 771 s. 2ist. ph. 3-7176. o78 Pictures.
cement-work Tending to lag a trifle were
""General Cement Contracting Cliff E11i.s, Seai'S Roebuck, Woolworth,
mos n lfltn st. Phone 1-4071. o90' American Telephone and J. C.
Driveways, sidewalks, floor, etc. Free Penney.
estimates. Ph. 2-B540. o77"
"An ounce of prevention Is worth a jm m gm
pound of cure." For expert guaranteed j I f j t , wL
at Ls faction new or repair of founda- B 1
tlons, sidewalks, driveways call 2-4850 i iaio a "B" k. I
m QUOTATIONS
CUSTOM BUILT HOUSES
Free estimates. Ph. 39702. o9 (By the Asoetatod Press)
ELEC TRIO A L CON TU ACT I NG American Can 80
Am Pow A Lt 0-
Vlnce'a Eclectric for electrical wiring niA Tel & l'el 145:,i
contracting repairing 157 S Liberty Anaconda 31 -i
Ph 30239 o Bend' Aviation 33
Beth Steel 31
EXTERMINATORS Hofinff Airplane 23N,
Cockroach, Moth, Excrmlnator Service. Calif Packing 33
Ph. 3-3056. Lee Cross. 1555 Pearl. 078- Canadian Pacific 12V,
Casa J I 34 1 i
!?-0itIs Caterpllllar 56lM
Brelthaupt's for flowers Dial 3-9179. o Chrysler 54
FURNACE St CIRCULATOR REPaTb cZsUiL ." " '. '. '. '. '. V. ll
Cleaning. Call Dvorak Ph 34963. o70 Continental Can 35-S,
GARDEN PLOWING ANDDIScTnG Cur Mm Wrlta
Ph. 3-1160 or 23828. 088 Douglaa Aircrnft - fll)v
HOUSEHOLD VROlivm Dupont de Norn W
Oeneral Elect rio 3"'
J. K. Watkins Co products Free de- Genera! t-otds -i-'i
livery 1717 Center Ph. 3-5395. 0 General Motors 59
LANDSCAPE NURSERY Cloodyear Tire 42 1
Int Harvester 23
E. A Doerfler Si Sons. Ornamentals. 150 tnt Paper
N Lancaster Dr at 4 Cor Ph 2-1322. o Kennecott ".. 4f;i
LAWNMOWER5 LttlbT McN t- 8'
Long Bell "A"
J. F. Dougherty, 2130 Fairgrounds Rd. Montgomery Ward 56' ii
pjip Hash Keivinator ...',",. 12T
Sharpening, guaranteed service. New N Dairy 28';
power and hand mowers Call Harry Central 10
W. Scott, 147 So. Com'l. St. 077' Northern Pacirio 15'
Pac Am Fish 12 1 i
LAWN MOWER SHARPENING P Gn, & pteo ....... 31'i
At your door lawnmower sharpening. p Te' 1 98
Dexter the lawnmower man. Ph. 36833. Penney J o 4G'i
077 Radio Corp 72 1
MAGAZINE SUB. AGENCY Ranl" Pfd" .." 32 "
Subscriptions, all caga. Rogers 21050 Reynolds MBtals 20' a
o77 Richfield 29
MATTUESsra Safeway stores 19
ititaaEa Sears Roebuck 361
Capital Bedding. Phone 3-4069. o Southern Pacific 41
ovin " " " 3Undrd 011 Cftl f'-'i
:?"V'-NU - Studebaker Co-P 13',
Smitty's Clipper Serv. trucks, cars Sunshine Mining 8'h
rented Ph 396O0, eor Center Si Church Trans am erica ll'i
, o Union Oil Cai 201b
Mimir ipqunv Union Pacific 81
MUMC LESaONS JiMtA lrlines 12
Spanish and Hawaiian Guitar, Mando- U S Steel 73
lin, Banjo, etc. 1533 Court. Ph. 3-7569. Warner Bros Pie 10
o84' Woolworth 4
NURSING C A I C kA
Practical Nurses Registry. Day Ss nlte A L t AA
service. Ph. 3-5072. 088
OFFICE FURNITURE St SUPPLIES aAjfA. IX BV E 1 S
Desk chairs, files and filing supplies. , , . , . . , . ,
safes, duplicators and supplies desk Completed rrom reporta of Salem deal-
lamns. typewriter stands, brief cases 'J',, "Xl. Vi?!
Pierce Wire Recorders Roen. 458 Court Journal Hearten. (Revised daily).
O Retail Feed Prlcca
OIL CIRCULATOR SERVICE SBf ,I,lash S1'!,s-
. Rabbit Pelletit S4 49,
Call Cy Younger. Ph. 3-8072. o71 Dairy Feed 3. 85.
PAINTING Poultry: buying prices Grade A color-
ed hens 34 cents; grade A Leghorn hens,
Cleanup Paintup, brush or spray. Day, 26 cents; tirade A colored fryers, 3
hour or week. Union work. Free Est. pounds and up, 30 cents; Grade A old
F". 3-7130. 083 roasters. 16 cr-nts.
Elfstrom' ere eouippea to do your Eg ge
painting. Phone 2-2493. 0 Buying- Prices Extra larire AA, 4ic:
- - largo AA, 42c; larne A, 40c; mediums,
Inside or out. C. Horn, phone 25518. AA 40c; nieilum A, 37-38c: pullets 30-
OB" 33c
PAINTING St PAPERIIANGING t Wholesale Pricoit Egg wholesale prices
, . , 5 to 7 cents above these prices above.
Call 22608 for your Painting St Paper- GrBde A Rcnerally qiI0led at 45 cenU(
hanging. Attractive rates. o3' mediums. 42 cents.
Painting and paperhinKing. Free esll- tterfat
mate. Ph. 3-9513. 857 Shipping. o90 Premium 65c: No. 1, 83c; No. 2, 57-62c
r. . (buying prices).
Jerry Johnson. Ph. 3-3723. o77- BliU wholesale grade A, 68c; re-
rAPERilANG'NG tall 73c.
Expert paperhancing and painting. H chlnirn I tv,.in.t
J Woodworth Ph. 3-3015. Free est. o70 c, Maarc .
PICTURE MtAMINO able hog.i 7.500; generally fairly active
Picture framing Hutcheon Paint Store f". 2S, Ji'1 , bo b"hcrs and
ov,-,.. , flfifn ft. sows; Uosed slow, steady to 25 higher;
. no- 3'000'- top 22.00; most good and cholco 160-240
PLUMBING 10 21.25-75: 240-270 lb 20.75-21.50; 280-320
Fisher 844 S. Com'l. Ph. 3-3019. o lb JI--30.50. 325-375 lb 18.75-19.50; Bood
and choice sows under 400 lb 17.50-18,25;
GENERAL repair and pumps. Decatur 425-500 lb 16.50-17.25- 525-800 lb 15 50-
St Maehz, 970 S. Com'l. , Ph. 3-8223. ofl3- lff.50; few odd heavier wciKhU as low as
PRUNING, SPRAYING Salable entile 9.000: salable calves 500;
L. W. Caudle. Ph. 3-7900, 093 steers 1,100 lb down and helTers fully
Phllllr. w Rclllfe Ph 2-1208 o76- l heavier steers slow, about steady;
Phillip W. Bclllce. Ph. 3-izoa. om co..s nnd buIJI aU!lldy t0 35 hl)tner; ven.
RADIATOR REPAIR J,tronB; early top 28.00 for load choice
Cleaned, repaired. J. C. Bair Si Sons Ph. ""J ibh;' '0fldhlSme "jhter weighb,
21193 By Drive-in Theatre Snlce 1917 'r -i nnSZ: bUlk 00d cii0,
7l steers 4. 00-27. 00; rommon to Iow-rooiI
. kinds 21.00-23.75; bulk medium to low-
ROAD GRADING choice heifers 22.00-25,25; two loatb choice
Road grading Private roads, lanes, IB l Jb Nebraska 26.00; beef cows 20.00
per hr Joy Strlckfaden. Ph. 3-5410. o77 dott"n: manners and cutlers 14,00-16.50;
medium and good .sausage bulls 20.00-
RADIO REPAIRING 22.50; practical ton 22.50; most good and
Ray Moore 3270 Portland Rd. Ph. 3-9433. cct vcnler 27.00-29,00; two load
0 choice B48 lb feeding steprs 25 25.
4 Ga!nblo sheep 1.500; asking above .70.50
RETREAD TIRE SERVICE for choice woolskins and above 28,00 on
1 gal. free with 8 gal purchase gaso- KOtKl t0 choice clippers with No. 2 skins.
line. Recapping 16.95. 8:00x16 size, o'
ROTO TILLING
Roto tilling with M. E. tiller. Ph. 27500. FYPE WRITERS
?8 Smith Corona, Reminirton Royal and
SAND St GRAVEL Dnderwood portables All .tinker imed
; - , machines Repairr and rent Roen 458
Cat. Shovel St Truck work of all kinds Court
LLOYD M. HILL, INC. -
Ph. 2-4367 Rt. 2, Box 32B. Q80' VENETIAN BLINDS
Oarden Soil, crushed rock. Shovel and Elmer the Blind Man. Ph. 3-7328. o'
dragline excavating Walling Sand h WELL DRILLING "
Oravei Co. Phone 3-9248. o' - -
, Meyprs Bros Well Drilling Co. Ph. Dal-
SAWS Ins 3068. Salem 26180. o90
lem Saw wrks. Pb. 3-7601 1283 N. 5th. Ftts wymore. Rt. 2, Box 317. Ph. 25135
221! oi32
SAW FILING M. D. ENLOE. Ph. 2-5198 Auburn rd
Expert Saw Fi litis Ss Gumlnz. All work o78
guaranteed. Relnholt St Uwls, 660 S j A Snco flona wcIt driUn9 2f05
2lJt. o Bropys St., Salem Ph. 3-6809. 088
SEAMSTRESS WEATHERSTRnMMNO
SEWERS AND SEPTIC TANKS Fre estimates. T. PULLMAN. Ph. 3-5965
Dug and installed. Phone after 6. Ph. o78j
24921 or 21735. 080 Prompt Installation. Work guaranteed
SEWING Barney Whelan. Ph. 2-2704. o75'
Alt., repairing, remodeling, Ph. 35009. WINDOW CLEANING
. Acme Window Cleaners. Windows, walls
ctpprir tanki woodwork cleaned. Floors cleaned
!EiiCLAi! waxed and polished. Ph 3-3337. 311
K. P. Hamel. Septic Tanks Cleaned. Court. Langdoc, Culbortson and Mather
Electric machine service on sewer and Q.
drain linos. Guaranteed work, 1143 8lh
St.. West Salem. Ph. 3-7404. o93 !.0JL8A?!!t.
Septic Tank Si DrMnLlnVs Cleaned. JMl Balem Fuel Co. Ph J-4031 o'
Jack Boening. Ph. 3-9633. 1087 Elm 6t. ""
o7B LODuES
Mikes Septic Service Tanks cleaned I O O F meet evert
Roto Rooter Service on Sewers. 1078 TW WednMriaw nftfrl? Ui7
Elm St., w. saiem. Ph. j-9486, 3-6337. CCSw) wecnefiaav night Vte-
o78 Itors Welcome '
sewer j Kit vice ' K SALEM LODGE No. 4, A.F.'
Electric Roto-Rooter. Exclusive Patfln' ' A.M. Wed. March 23, M. M !
Razor iharp Steel Cutting Blade.' Cgrce, 7:30 Pvl. , 70
Clean ffewera or Drains, Septlo Tank' . .
Cleaned Reaa. Ph 1-5327 or 1-8488 'aciflc Lodge No 50, A. P. &i
- ' M. E.A. Degree Friday. I
tree work VN fnrch 25, 7:00 p.m. 72 i
Insured tree service, free estimates. In
sured operator. John Payne. Ph. 26014
218 8. Church. o84
TRANSFER STORAGE
Local Si Distance Transfer, storage.
Burner oils, coal Si brituets. Trucks to
Portland daily. Axent for B'klns. House
hold goods moved to anywhere in U.S.
or Canada. L&rmer Transfer Si Storage
Ph. a-3181. .
.tdternoj Order of Eagles meets
every Tuesday at 8 pn More than
a million member
DeMolay Commandery No. 5 KT;
Regular Conclave Thu.riav Eve -'
rung March 24th at P.M. He-;
ception of Grand Commander. Kedi
Cross and Malta Degrees. RcfK'.sh-j
menu, Uniforms. 71 '
Capital Journal, Salem, Oregon, Wed., March 23, 1949 21
MARKET
QUOTATIONS
Salem Livestock Market
I By Valley Packing Company!
Wooled lambs $21.50 to $23.50
Ewes $2.00 to 19 00
Cutter cows 110 00 to $15.00
Fat dairy cows U4.00 to S16.00
Dairy heifers $14.00 to 116.00
Bulls U7.00 to $21.00
Calves '300 to 4S0 lbs,) ..S20.00 to $25.00
Veal 1150-300 lbs.) choice (25,00 to 28.00
'logs prices paid within 35c of Port
land prices for each typo.
Portland Easti(i Market
California asparagus sold for 24 to 26
cent. a pound on the Portland Easts ide
Farmers Wholesale produce market today.
Lettuce was $6.50 to $6.75 for four
dozen head crates.
Louisiana strawberries moved at $7.80
a 24-cup flat.
Deschutes No. 1-A potatoM brought
,53.50 to 13.55 a hundred pounds.
Portland Produce
Bu tterfat Tentative, iti'aject to Imme
diate change Premium quality maximum
to .35 to 1 percent acidity delivered in
Portland 64-67c lb.; first quality 63-65C
lb.; second nuality 80-63c. Valley routes
and country points 2c lesi than first.
Butter Wholesale FOB bulk cubei to
wholesalers. Oratie A A. 93 score. 63c;
A. 92 score. 62c lb.: B. 90 score. fi2c lb.;
C. 89 score 81c lb. Above prices are strictly
nominal.
Cheeie Selling price to Portland whole
sale Oregon singles, 38la-48l,ac. Oregon 6
lb loaf, 41,-&o,,ao; triplets ao less man
singles.
Kfgs (To Wholesaler!) A grade Urge.
4'a-49'3c; A medium, 46'a-4T.vc; grade
B large 43'i-46l,jc.
Egc Purchased from farmers. Current
receipts. STi-eCae doz.; buyers 3-.1Mic be
low wholesale quotations on graded basil
for best hennery fRfi.i.
Portland Dairy Market
llutler Price to retailers: Grade AA
prints, 68c; AA cartons, (i'Jc; A prints,
68c; A cartons, 69c: B prints, 67c.
Eirga Price to retailers: AA large
51-52c; certified A larr.e. 49-olc: A large
50-51c; A A medium 49-50c; certified A me
dium 47-49c; A. medium, 4fi-43c; cartons,
2c additional.
Cheese Price to retailers: Portland
Oregon singles 4i),i-501.aC Oregon loaf, b
ib 43l,i-52Vic; triplets lo less than sin
Kles-
Poultry
Live Chickens No. 1 quality FOB
plants, No. 1 broilers under 2li lbs. 26-2UC
lb.: fryers. 2'i to 3 lbs., 28c lb.;
fryers 3 to 4 lbs. 31-32c lb.; roasters,
4 lbs. nnd over. 33-34c lb.: fowl Leghorns,
under 4 lbs., 27c lb,; over 4 lbs 30-32c;
colored fowl, all weights, 34-30c; roosters,
all wclRhts 18-20C.
Rabbits Average to growers for live;
white; fryers, white, 4-5 lbs. 27-29c lb.: ;
5-6 lbs., L5-'.17c lb.; colored 23-25c; old or ;
heavy docs. 13- 18c: dressed fryers to
butchers, 57-fide; old h?KVV ones, 35-380
Turkeys (Prices ciuoted are not to the
producer on a dressed weight basts)
U 3 grade A young toms. 51 52c lb.: No
I young liens, nominally flue
Dressed turkeys to rctnllerc Otade A.
young hens. 70-71c New VorV style, dress
ed A grnde young toms 58-59.1
Portia lid Mlscellnneous
Cascara Dark Dry 20c lb.; green to lb.
Wool Valley coarse and medium grades.
45c Ib.
Mnlialr 25o lb on 12-month growtn.
Hides Calves 30c lb.; according to
wciaht kins. 18c lb., beef 12-13c lb., bulls
8-9o lb.; country buyers pay 2o less
Nut Quotations
Walnuts Franquettes first quallt Jtim
Do. 34.7c; large. 32.7c: medium. 27.2c; sec
ond quality Jumbos. 30.2c; large. 28.2c;
medium. 2(1. 2c: baby 23 2c; soft shell first
qunlity lnrp.e, 29.7c; medium 28.2c; sec
ond quality large. 27.2c: medium 24.7a;
baby 22. 2c.
Filberts Jumbo. 20a Ib ; large. IBe;
medium. 16c: small. 13c
Quotations above supplied by North
west Nut Growers Quotations are on the
oasis of 100-lb, bag purchase; fob plants.!
Portland Llvcxtnck
Portland, Ore., March 23 nj.pjLlve-
slock:
Cattle salable 200; holdover 75: calves
75, holdover 150. Market opened slow; few
light steers sold steady; some bids on
cows; weak to slightly lower. Good 050
lnnn lb fed steers brought 24.00 to 24.50.
Medium grades sold down to 23.00. Odd
common and low medium heifers cn.siiefl
at 18.00 to 22.00. dinner nnd cutter cows
earl 14.00 to 15.50. Some held hifther.
Beef cow.s scarce. Odd good beef bulb 23,50
but several snusage bulls unsold, Good nnd
choice vealers scarce, quotable around
28.110 or 30.00, or above. Large lot stock
cnlves unsold.
Hons salable 200. Market opened Talrly
active, mostly steady. Good and choice
180-235 lbs mostly 23.50; several lots
medium nnd good grnde and choice Tat
type hogs unsold. Good and choice 280
280 lbs 21.50. No early sales cows; good
350-550 lb weights held around 17.50 to
18.50. Good nnd choice feeder pigs quot
able 33.00 to 24.00.
Sheep salnble 150. Quality mostly com
mon and medium. Very few early sales but
good demand for fed lnmbs. Few head
good wooled lambs 26.00; one lot high
itood and choice 112 lb number two pelt
lambs Tuesday 28.50; new high on fed
lambs. Odd IoIj. medium grades 23.50; n
few Itmbs offered to feeder buyers, com
mon and medium slaughter ewes 7.00 to
11.00; good ewes quotable up to 12.00 or
above.
Portland Grain
Portland, March 28 iVP) Wheat fu
tures unquoted
Cash grain: OatJl No. 2 3fi-lb while
80.50: barley No. 2 45-Ib B.W. 50.00.
Cash wheat (bid): Soft white 2.23: sort
white (excluding rnxi 2.23; white club
2.23; western red 2.23.
Hard red winter: Ordinary 2 23; 10 pi?r
cent 2.23; U per cent 2.24; 12 per cent
2.26.
Hard white hnnrt: Ordinary 2.23; 10
per cent, 2.25, 11 per cent 2.27; 12 per
cent 2.24
Toilny's car receipts: Wheat 113; flour
5; corn 1; oats 2; millfeed 8.
OBITUARY
Minn Cox Shirley
Amity Mrs. Mina Cox Shirley, born
October 18, 188B, died in Amity March 17,
at I he home of her drunliter. Mrs, Mm.
F. Morse, at the age of 81 years. Funeral
services were held at the Hodson mor
tiitirv (-hnnpl in Newbprg. Saturday. R'v.
CI. Carey officiating. Burinl was in the
Friend.1 cemetery at Newtn-rg. sue was n
m,.ii.h..r of the Friends ehlirch, Tlie Inst
few months she has lived with lir d.nntli-
ter and son-in-law, Hev. and Mrs. win.
P. Morse. There arc two other daugh
ters who survive.
Daniel Westler Splllman
rhniinn Daniel West ley Hnllimnn, hi.
died at the Albany Oeneral hospltiil Mar.
18. He had been a pntlent there since last
September. Bnrn March 8, 1863 In Color
ado Springs, lie cmnc to l.i-hanon in .nu
1!MH. He was a retired farmer. His sm -v
Ivors are three sons. I.nonard of Leb
anon. Lor In. May wood, Calif., and T.ewl.s
of Paris. III. St vires were held Wednes
day nt 10 a.m. in the Howe-Huston r'm-
1 with Rev. Carl Mn.son oiiiciatinc isunn;
was in the IOOF cemetery.
Johnnie Klml;ill
Lebnnon- Johnnie Kind a 11, three-year-
old son nf Mr. and Mrs. Cliardes Kindall
of Brownsville, died Ot Uip Lnngmark
hospital March 20. H was born in Nam
pa. Ida., Sept. 5. 1945. The faintly had
lived In Browniville for Hie past two and
one-half years. Btsldes the parents, the
lid U survived by bmi lier.s nnd sis
ters. Donna Itae. Hillv, Hurvcv and Cleo:
erandparents. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. C,t.:v.
of Harper, and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kln
dall of Mtddleton. Idaho. The hotly w,i.
akrn to Vale, where service. wre he'n.
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No Hospitalization S&y?
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Nature Proctologist
218 N Liberty St. Salem, Ore
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WBU A -iA
Grains Move
Up Wednesday
Chicago, March 23 W
Grains moved up in moderate
dealings on the board of trad
today. Soybeans and lard also
scored gains, although March
soybeans jumped about In an
erratic trade. This was the last
day for trading in March con
tracts. Corn was the first grain to
show a firm tone. Small ar
rivals of cash grain and advanc
ing spot market prices brought
buying into yellow cereal fu
tures. Reports of a rush to place
corn under the government loan
before April 1 also helpod
prices.
Wheat's gains ware mad
largely in sympathy with corn,
although the bread cereal also
was helped by a small amount
of hedge lifting on the part of
mills. This reflected flour sale
to Holland and Italy.
Wheat closed -H4 higher,
May $2.144-2.15, corn was -17s
higher, May $131-1.3J,
Oats were Vi-k higher, May
63 !4, rye was to 1 cent high
er, May $1.28 Vs , soybeans were
1 cent lower to 2Y4 higher,
March $2.21 1,2-2.20 Vz, and lard
was 10 to 20 cents a hundred
pounds , higher, March $11.55
11.60. DEATHS
William McDonald
In this city March 18. William Mcnon.
aid, late resident of 1350 North Cottage
street. Survived by a alster, Jennie Col
lins of Salem and a step-son, O. L. Snook
of Salem; nephews, Clarence M. Collins of
aniem, unaries L. Collins of W nf ekL
Kan.f Virgil V. Holland or Falrview. and
Wesley J. Holland of New York City; and
nieces, Margie E. Chapman. Long Beach.
Calif. , and Thelma M. Clayton of Wich
ita, Kans. Services will be held Thurio
day, March 24. at 1:30 p.m.. at the W. T.
Higoon onnpei with concluding service
in the City View cemetery.
Fav Ltttleion
Fay Littleton, late resident of Mob
nouth. at a local hospital, March 20. Sur-
mouth: daughters, Lilian and Con
nie Littleton, both or Monmouth; sons,
Harlan Littleton, Marvin Littleton, Ken
neth Littleton, Dnrrell Littleton, Riley
I.lllUtnn 171,.1-inTvl Ttit1.. t - ii.
tleton, all of Monmouth. Services will be
held Thursday, March 24, at 10 a.m. la
Howeli-Edwarda chapel. Interment a
Horace Stinnett
Horace Stinnett, late resident of Orantc
ii.id, vs.ithiiii, in mia city Aiaron 30, M
youi. ourvivea oy wire, Bel
ly Stinnett of Vlncens, Ohio; father, Vie-
.... uv.wi.u ui uuiiua i-u3; moiner, Mrs.
umvia oi vyinciitnaii, unio. snip
mi. ui, ,o minis miwt! 10 vinoennes, ina., at
the Ho we 11-Edward chapel for service
Leonard O. Barry
Loonnrd O. Barry, late resident oi
Vale, Oregon. In this city, March 20, aft
the age of 74 years. Survived by sister,
Mrs. Lois Compton of Oceanslde, Callf
and a niece, Mrs. Kate B. Cross of Smith
Perry. Ida. Graveside services will be held,
at Bel;rst Memorial park TBiursday,
March 24. Direction How ell-Edwards chap
el. nerry Oramnier
in this city March 20, Berry Qrammer,
.v....,,., ui norm cottage
street, at the age of 84 years. Survived
, "U3BCI1 uriimmtir or i-ortiana:
brothers, Joel aramnicr, Upton, Callf
; " ...111111.-1, duiiluii, ahc.; li
ters, Mrs. John Elliott, Portland, Mr.
" iiuKLTs, srs, uravesid
services will be held at Pioneer cemetery
ThlllMilnv Mnrnh ti t InoA .. j
the direction of W. T. Rlgdon company.
Mm. Emma E. Woodcock
Mrs. Emma E. Woodcock, at the reeK
deuce, 1136 N. Commercial street, March
21. Survived by husband, Bert Wood
cock, Salem; daughters, Mrs Henry Mil
ler, Salem; Mrs. Ellis Warfleld, Junius,
aiui iwrs. jonnnv wiiuams. Lake
Preston, S.D.; sons, Chester Woodcock,
Salem. Merle Woodcock, Hot Springs, B.
D., Jack Woodcock, West Fir, and Eu
gene Woodcock, Astoria; 12 grandchil
dren anu u great granacniiare n. serv
ices will be hel-d at the Clough-Barrlck
chapel Wednesday, March 23, at 1:30 p,m,
wun nev. Dudley strain ortlciatlng. in
terment in the City View cemetery.
William A. Starkey 4
William A. Stnrkey. late resident of
1018 Highland avenue, at a local hospital
arcn Ti, at the age or 7B. Survived by
Ifc. Mrs, Neva Starke v of Salem: son.
Floyd Starkey of Salem; four daughters,
iMoise curry ana Mrs. ray
Schwartz, both of Salem, Mrs. Ethel Oli
ver of Portland and Mrs. Neva Sher
wood of Alk'Kfin, Mich.; and nine grand-
nlldren. Services will be held at the
Clniigh-narrlck chapel Thursday, March
4. at 2 P.m. wtlti Hev. w. H. Lyman
officiating. Interment in Belcrest Memor
ial park.
Fred .tolielmaiin
In this city March 21. Fred Jobelmann
at the axe of 84 years. Survived by two
da UK liters, Mrs. A. Knee land of Tlsard
and Mrs H. B. Stanley of Portland;
sons, Herman Jolielmnnn of Portland and
Fred W. Jobelmann of San Diego, Calif. t
an ' four grandchildren. Graveside serv
ices will bo held at Belcrest Memorial
park Friday, March 25, at 3 p.m., direction
W. T. Rlgdon company. Please omit flow
ers.
Vernnn E. Chapman
Vernon E. Chapman, Isle resident n(
ute 6, at a local hospital March 22.
Survived by parents, Mr, and Mrs. Fred,
A. Chapman, Salem; sisters. Mrs. M. R,
IJunirfun, Mrs. K. V. Mnguren, nnd Mrs.
I), h. Chrtstofferson, all of Salem, and
William Black. Allinmbrn, Calif.:
brothers, V. Merle Chapman, Salem, and
r n-d F. Chaprtmn, Ixs Angeles, Announc
ment of services later by CloHBh-Bar-nc'-.
company.
Mrs. Dells O. Slilpman
Mrs. Delia O. Siupman, late resident 0
1280 McArlhur, Rt a local hospital, March
L'.'t. Annmincenient of service later bt
Clough-Barrlck company.
Slsrbo
In tills city Marrli 23, Ed Slscho, afc
the aee of 81 year... Survived by hi
a-ifc, liillin HLscho of Salem; and a nephew
Claude Mor.se of Salem. Announcement of
service later by W. T. K I a don company.
Pvt. Harnld E. Rohhlns
Piivute Harold E, Robblns, iato resident
of Tin nor, Oregon, In Italy, June 17,
:rtli Survived by parents. Mr. and Mrs.
McKlnley U. Robhlns of Turner; sister,
Mi.w Lucille Hobhins of Salem; grand
motlier, Mrs. Effie Barber of Salem; and
-rnndrather. W. L. Hobblns of Turner.
Service wilt be held Saturday, March 26,
:it 1:30 p.m. at the Coluah-Barrlck chapel
with interment in Twin Oaks cemetery at
Turner. Military graveside services under
the auspices of Salem post No. 138, Am
erican Legion.
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