Tho Statesman, Salemj Oregon, Thursdory. March 24, 1943-i-S :1 ;JPakIe. i mieeoarda JohijRatzlaffto Complete Case For Bus line church, 'by, the. geattle, Faejc ceU lege a cappella choir. ' V ' . Directed by Pro! Lawrence R. Schoenhala, the 4 5-voice group! Is on a tour of the northwest The program la open to the public ir I Mrs. Shipman, 50-Year Salem Resident, Dies Setfttle Faclfic College Choir to Sing in Salem A concert of varied sacred music will be presented rriday at 7J0 pan. In the. Free Methodist NOW IS LEAVES WILL . Ray Morely. prominent Silver- Organization to Aid Underprivileged Boys i Advances Organization of a Willamette Valley Boys association will be continued by representatives of several churches and civic groups interested in a helping hand for underprivileged boys. Sydney C Jary heads a committee to draft a constitution for the new organization which - decided this week to center its efforts in work with small units like the present Turnidge project for boys in the Talbot area. TO TAKE THAT Residence Burglary Policy . $5C3. Al Year Desidenco $5C1 Away Frcn Your Prcnises $25X3 Fcr Thrco Yean . . ton resident, who died last year, left an estate appraised at $255,-410, according to an appraisal filed In Marion county probate court Wednesday. The Morely estate consisted of real property appraised at $63,875, corporation stock listed at about $10,641 and the rest In " personal property and notes, Federally r Insured Savings Current divtdent2H See first Fderal Savings First 142 S. liberty, phone 3-4944. KEITH POWELL NAMED Keith Powell, president of Salem Federal Savings and Loan as-, soclation, hai been named to the . U.S. Savings and . Loan league's ' committee on trends and economic policies. Word from Leslie Peyton of Equitable .Savings , & Loan in Portland indicates Powell is one of 16 Oregon men appointed to national boards or committees. No dance at Henry's hall. Closed for decorating. Open April 2nd. Rummage it food sale, Thurs., TrU March 24 it 25, 9:30 a. m. to 1 p. m Garfield school. KIMBALL IN OKINAWA Pvt.. Arlo W. Kimball son of Mrs. R. J. Bradshaw, recently arrived in Okinawa for army duty with the 11th signal service battalion. He had enlisted last year and had trained at Fort Monmouth, NX N Expert elec. wiring, and every appliance. Broadway Appliance, 453 Court St. Tel: 2-1565. Repairs of II kinds. Put your reliance in Broadway Appliance. Call 2-1565. TOASTMASTERS MEET Roy 'Marker will be acting T toastmaster at tonight's meeting of ; the Willamette Toastmasters club Percentage of Contributions High Out of the 503 employes contacted for the American Red Cross fund campaign, 462 gave contributions, or just a shade over 92 per cent of the total, report Con-nell Ward and Arthur Myers, co-chairmen for the educational division in the drive. fourteen units in the educational division gave 100 per cent, meaning every one in each unit contributed something to the fund, the chairmen state. The education division was the first group to exceed its quota in the current fund campaign. 1288 Brte SL S CELLARS, FOLEY Cr DISIKG, EIC, ! INSURANCE COUNSELORS - i . 143 S. Libert SL Phone 2-4143 f REV SWIFT ELECTED The Rev. George H. Swift, rector of St Paul's Episcopal church here, was elected a deputy to the general Episcopal denomination in San Francisco, and Justice Harry H. Belt was elected to the convention standing committee, during a diocese convention in Portland this week. Insured savings earn mare than two per cent i at Salem Federal Savings Association, 660 State st MOTHERS GO HOME Going home from Salem General hospital Wednesday with their infant daughters were Mrs. George Baker, 3875 Midway dr., and Mrs. Albin Lund in, Willamina. Mrs. Jack Koenig, 240 Candalaria dr.. and Mrs. Robert C. Glass, 1772 Center st, both took baby sons home. 4 Attend Barbershop Jamboree, Leslie High School, Apr. 2. ASSIGNED TO TEACH Mrs. Delores Yeager, former Auburn school teacher, will teach the remainder of the school year at Highland school as an assigned substitute for Mrs. Lillie Hall, whose resignation was accepted, this week by the Salem public school board. Mrs. Yeager has been a substitute teacher this year. y : Karakul Karpet Ifs new. It's reversible, it's 100 virgin wool and woven through and through, only $4.95 so. yd. Ph. 3-7648 or 3-3364. CAR FALLS ON MAN Salem first aid men treated Ray Phillips, 2288 N. Liberty st., Wednesday when : a car fell on him, injuring his chin and chest. Phillips was working under the jack-ed-up auto. First aiders said he was not seriously hurt Chicken Loaf Luncheon at Elf-strom's. Sat 11:00 to 2:30. First Congregational Project Group. THREE LEAVE FAIR VIEW Three men were reported missing from Fairview home at about 7 o'clock Wednesday night They are George Nivalli, John Laski and Harvey Saigeon, state police said. Now, you can have a Bendiz automatic washer for orily $189.95 plus your old washer!. No charge for normal installations. See them today! Ralph Johnson Appliances, 355 Center, ph. 3-3139. THE TIME Each Phono 94433 f BHBBaMBBSBBeBBBBBBBBBSiaBl MARRIAGE LICENSE -APPLICATIONS Earl M. Anderson. 23, policeman, and Ardelle Wilson, 21, waitress,' both of Dallas. PROBATE COURT William Hodgson guardianship estate: Order sets May S as time for hearing on petition to sell real property. Lloyd M. Hill estate: Final order closes estate. Mary J. Hurst estate: Order approves final account and directs distribution. Charles R. Priday estate: Estate appraised at $3,137. Mary Highberger estate: Order approves final account. Michael Fred Ernst estate: Estate appraised at $1,412. Roy 'Morley estate: Estate appraised at $235,410, real property $63,975 corp stock, $10541, pro-misory notes and personal property. Thomas Newton Abbott estate: Order appoints Gilbert A. Abbott as administrator and G. W. Wright, Lane Sudtell and Janice Keefe as appraisers. CIRCUIT COURT J. C, Mitchell vs. H. P. Reid and Zellf ranees Reid: Defendants file motion for order to strike. Powell Door Co. vs. Rich L. Rei-mann and others: Suit seeks to collect $1,600 allegedly due on pro-misory note. Goldie Sink vs. Edwin Sink: Decree of divorce awards plaintiff $75 per month alimony. DISTRICT COURT Joseph Moses, Rickreall, charged with receiving and concealing stolen property, continued to March 25 for plea; held in lieu of $500 bail. MUNICIPAL COURT Sephus W. Starr, 1624 N. 20th st., charged with reckless driving, posted $250 bail. 8ILVERTON JU8TICE COURT SILVERTON John H. Jones, Scotts Mills, failure to stop at scene of an accident, found guilty, sentencing set for March 25. Roland Bollinger, charged with buying intoxicating liquor for a minor child and with larceny, pleaded innocent, trial set for March 25. Lee Pierce, disorderly conduct, fined $50 and costs, 30-day sentence suspended, placed on parole for one year. Savings Bond Sales Increase Sales of U. S. savings bonds in Oregon during February Increased to $4,306,191 and redemptions dropped to $3,953,500, compared to the same month of 1948, according to Sidney L. Stevens, Marion county, chairman. However, Marion county's redemptions exceeded sales by $191,-306 to $171,429. Other mid-valley counties 'sales and redemptions for the month include: Linn $147,-348 and $94,894; Polk. $32,530 and $29,078; . Yamhill, $106,263 and $59,291. PDICED "KASII & KAI1DY" - LESS CASH - HOPE CAHQY j FRESHLY GROUND gsr FRESH : COUNTRY , nAimunGEn . . u. obc sausage ... u. ShZ Young B5 1 STEM BEEF BOASTS Fresh Country Dressed. Plump and Tender A Real Bargain 43 Lb. DEEP DID STEAKS T-BOIIES DOUIID O Arm Cuts O O Blade Cuts O O Romps O . . . Lb. 55s . . . . . Lb. 636 STEAK . . -Lb. C5: John Ratzlaf f of Albany is expected to complete today testimony before the public utilities commission on his application for a permit covering a proposed bus route from Salem to Newport. Meanwhile more witnesses favoring the proposed route were heard by PUC Examiner Donald J. Burke Wednesday. A resolution from Dallas city council, supporting Ratzlaf fs application, was introduced by C B. Sundberg, member of the Dallas city council, and later attested to by Mayor Hollis Smith. C A. Westran of Taft also appeared to support the application. Application of the Roy East lines to the PUC for a proposed route similar to Ratzlaffs was opened briefly Wednesday and set for hearing Monday morning. Ratzlaff is expected to complete his case by noon today. After that will be heard opposition to the route which will probably consist of witnesses and oral arguments. Opposing Ratzlaffs permits are Pacific Greyhound lines, Oregon Motor stages and the Roy East lines. The hearing is being conducted in the city halt CARE Packages Now Available for Norway Delivery CARE relief packages may again be ordered for guaranteed delivery in Norway, Salem area donors were advised this week by CARE officials at 618 Dekum Bldg., Portland. The food and textile packages may be sent to Norway now free of customs duties and without loss of local rations by recipients. The unit containing two new blankets with materials for turning them into clothing, may be ordered now at a reduced rate of $7.75. The 10-pound rancid-proof lard package now gels for $4.75. An additional dollar will take into Berlin via the air lift, CARE officials report. I1EC0I1DS for Square Dances on the Linden Label 10" Vinylite Ball in Karlstad Swedish Wedding Bells Virginia Reel And Many Others Downstairs Oregon Bldg. State and Bleb $-8632 like a $10 Mrs. Delia Fay Shipman, resident of the Salem area for the past hall century, died Wednesday at a local hospital following a week's illness. Funeral services will be at S p. m, Saturday at Clough-Barrick chapel. The Rev. Lloyd Uecker wilt officiate, and burial will be in City View cemetery. Mrs. Shipman was born Aug. 28, 1880, at Clio, Iowa,: to the late Edward L. and Minnie Z. Corns tock and came to Oregon in 1899. She had resided In Salem most of the time since. She was married in 1904 to Charles H. Shipman, who survives. They have resided at 1280 McArthur ave. Mr. and Mrs. Ship-man celebrated their 44th wedding anniversary at their home last August and have participated for the past 13 years in an annual Shipman clan reunion at Dayton city park. Other survivors are daughters, Mrs. Juanita Welch, Mrs. Irene Steward, Mrs. Donna Keefer; sons, Virgil, Russell and Delbert Ship-man; 10 grandchildren; sisters, Mrs. Bess Willitt of Durand, Mich., and Mrs. Ella Donaldson of Salem; brothers, Roy B. Comstock of Salem and Fred L. Comstock of Stay-ton; several nieces and nephews. Rotary Hears Lenten Talk by Rev. Moore "Practicing what we preach" is one of the most urgent needs of today, the Rev. Brooks H. Moore, pastor of First Methodist church, told Salem Rotary club members at Wednesday's luncheon. He asserted that the current Lenten season is the time to start setting a good example. The speaker noted that- even for a preacher, the practicing is the hardest part of the preaching, but he declared that the United States was founded, on principles of goodness and "if we are to be great we must be good. We've been handed a great nation. God help us if we weaken it" As examples, the Rev. Mr. Moore advised integrity in personal and business life "don't cheat" and deplored the practice of "featherbedding" to lessen work. In work with juvenile delinquency, he said, it must not be lost sight of that "we can't expect young people to be honest without an example to follow." List of Willamette Queen Candidates Narrowed Again Plans for Willamette university's Lettermen's ball neared cbmDletion when dub mmhr selected five freshman girls from a xieia or 10, Tuesday, as a royal court (or the annual event to be held Saturday night in the gymnasium. One of the five will be crowned queen during the ball and the other four will serve as princesses. The five are Druann McMakin, Camas, Wash.; Shirley Hansen, Denver, Colo.; Janyce Baker, Salem; Virginia Wilson, Parkdale and Betty Jean Mullin, Portland. cimiu nil mis. lit, milt. it. m m IN THE P T A DisTiNcnvr GREEN kA BOTTLE 517 CENTER SLICES - EASTERN-SUGAR CURED SMEil B&Effl ad i SMALL TENDER SKINLESS UIEIIEDS ... Lb. i I LEAN CENTER CUTS ponsnoAST . . u. LENTEN SUGGESTIONS FUESn SIIELT HALIBUT STEAK . Lb. 39c RED SNAPPED . . Lb. 29c FUESn 0YSTEL1S . Pint 69c For that Bold Look . ri ' m Eastern Oregon Hereford grain fad, I) ftfT70E branded "quality.- Do not fail to see this tviZU OLJaWA beef before yon buy ! We guarantee It to 3D 2 good or better than beef, being offered at S to f cents a pound more Lb. in uie rsngm opoi caie ai o'clock. Slated speakers are John Susbauer, Lawrence Epping, Richard Schmidt and Jack Thompson. with Mr. LoveaH at the Beauty Nook. 3-6631. CAPITOL TOASTMASTERS TALK Five scheduled speakers at the meeting of Capitol Toastmasters club in the Gold Arrow restaurant tonight at 6:15 o'clock include Richard Batdorf, Leon Cooney, Al Cramer, George Naderman and Wayne Smith. Dennis Brenner Is Friends Keep your eye on the ball. Old Man River Rolls along. LEAVE MEMORIAL Mrs. Edward Klukis, Stayton route 1, was dismissed with her baby son Wednesday from Salem Memorial hospital. Landscaping and designing. No job too large or too small. F. A. Doer-fler and Sons Nursery 150 N. Lancaster Dr. at 4 Comers. P. 2-1322. . ... -. '.,'-.-.', - ' TOWN SEND MEETING SET Mrs. Anna Arnold. 2256 Ford St., will be hostess to a meeting of Townsend club 16 tonight Knotty Pine Chests: (Sale 1 week only) S drawer, 27" . $11.15 4 27" . 12.75 " 27" 15.15 Woodrows 450 Center, e AT CREDIT MEETING Frank B. Bennett Salem schools superintendent will speak on "The Power of Decision" at the Salem Retail Credit association luncheon Friday noon at the Golden Pheasant Hard of hearing? See the one unit Beltone Hearing Aid priced as low as $75. Batteries for all makes of bearing aids. James Taft and Associates, 218 Oregon Bldg. Phone Salem 2-4491. TIME CHANGED Time on a panel discussion sponsored tonight over station KOCO by Marion county Young Republicans has been changed from the original 6:45 to 7:30 o'clock, it was reported day. - . Air-Steamship tickets anywhere. KugeL 3-7694. 735 N. Capitol St LEAVE HUBBARD HARDWARE - A notice of retirement from , Hubbard Hardware company was ii lea wun tne aaanon county cienc Wednesday by Manton A. Carl and "Frances Irene CarL Our stork, Mr. Spindles,' would like to go to your baby shower. Lullaby Baby Shop, open eves. The Eola Community Club Benefit Cafeteria Supper St Bazaar, Fri. March 25, 6 JO p. m., Eola School. The finest Utens3 Ivor Invent! For M-Sped Cooking and Sato Carolina Nationally famena PaiBTO Cooxzas are tope for beauty and quality of construction. Designed to sake thorn and dmdgery eat of sneal makmg. Foods aa taady ia mere nrinntwt No fntenamning of flavora. No wests of foodKit-cheas are cooler, cleaner. Canning Is quicker, and safer with Fxavro Cooxxa. See it today! iTIIOOU 1 I Drum Majorette ContestfMarch 31 Salem Elks lodge's annual drum majorette contest will be staged this year in Salem High school auditorium, event chairmen Vernon Wiscarzon and Tom Hill reported Wednesday, i The competition among twirlers of mid-valley school music units will take place March 31. Entries are new being received. Lodgemen formerly held the event in their club as n entertainment for members. fcXETHER To Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Snether, Turner, a son, born Wednesday, March 23, at Salem General hospital. CHUMBLEY To Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Chumbley, 4075 Earl st, a son, born Wednesday, March 23, at Salem General ho&pital. JONES To Mr. and Mrs. Perry W. Jones, jr.,; Monmouth, a daughter, born Wednesday, March 23, at Salem General hospital. WALZ To Mr. and Mrs. Francis Walz, 240 W. ; Rural ave a daughter, born Wednesday, March 23, . at Salem Memorial hospital. LALACK To? Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lalack; 1546 W. Rugc st, a daughter, born Wednesday, March 23, at Salem Memorial hospital. BOHANNON To Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bohannon, Salem route 7, box 368, a son, born Wednesday, March 23, at Salem Memorial hospital. 10 Dewa Fay Monthly VENETIAN BLINDS And Shades' We alse wash, re tape, paint and reslat year old Venetian Blinds. ELI1ED THE BLIND MAN Call Any Time Fer Free Estimates Phone $.732$ 1453 Rage St. W. Salem We Give 8 s H Green Stamps 3EXG2 VITAMINS, MIMIIAUt i4-TOOD HAV0IS AMI COtOUl MONIYI HARDWARE . - t ! ' -v. Home of Better Values" Doz. BEEF 1288 State Seedless RAISINS 4 C-H-B CATSUP Boltles be as money! No. 2Kj cans S A i Each CmW The Farm Fresh Large A ! .b. 490 Our New Low Price i 290 Hunt's FRUIT COCKTAIL, Halves APRICOTS There nothing .DBBS No. 300 tin, each 1-lb. tall cans At A Money-SaYlng Price 4 . it Hats with world f sweep and liveliness hats to give any man a bold and confident look . . . that's Dobbs. Smart Dobbs styling is brimful f assurance--Fiae Dobbs workmanship is a thing to take pride in. Adds np to a hat for men who arc saortnf up. Dress the part ia a Dobbs. Sweet, No. 2 tins 3 PEAS 2 v IL 43 Bonlta Flakes OCX4 -, .Can CmZ) 2190 Lb. YOUR GARDEN . J PRICES EFFECTIVE! FLAPJACK FLOUR Albers lb. pkg. Solid, Crisp Head fl Th Sweet, Juicy . K A LETTUCE . : . JljfQ ORANGES Each ii. Van Camp's TUNA ,. , cans VEGETABLE PLANTS FOR T C?fl Inn fllCf Fresh from California iiOariiililUUtJ Green and tender The Ilan's Shop The Store- oi Stylo. Quality & Value" MOZLEY & HUNTINGTON 416 State St. Salem rntiT m? srtnrK nP Cabbajre, Lettuce, Cauliflower, Pansies Priced Right! 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