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Salem. Oregon, Friday Morning, October 26, 1928
VakaaMe Prizes Awarded to Entramfts im Bakieg Gomtest
Twenty-Nine Valuable Prize
Gifts Made to Women in
Baking Contest :
Mrs. J. B. Hansen of $97 North
Church ptrfe. is the owner of a
fine de luxe model Hotpoint elt-e-tric
ranpe, fully enamelled In
white and. a treat for the eyes of
any housewife. And all for whai
little time and trouble Mrs. Han
sen spent In rnaVlnp a delicious
chocolate layer cake that was pood
enough to win the grand rrize ir;
the New' Statesman's great bak
ing contest Thursday afternoon.
MrR. Hansen's new ranpe has a
retail value of 1187.50. The ranK
was the gift of the Portland Elec
tric Power Co., Salem office.
The grand prize in the pie con
test was awarded to Miss May
Rutherford, 1505 Broadway, for
a single crust pie that was judged
best by the three persons who
ppent the entire afternoon teEtii-?
entries. Miss Rutherford wcs
awarded the Eureka vaccuni
sweeper donated" Uj the " Eugene
office of the manufacturers. This
prize is valued at $64.60".'
Prizes Await Winners
All priaeg awarded in connec
tion with tbe baking contest wer;
either given tp the winners Thurs
day afternoon or are waiting for
the fortunate ones to. call at the
Statesman office, where they will
be held until called for.
The awards were as rollows:
Butter cakes: 1st. Mrs Rn
Mundt, 607 Center street, urn set.
gift of Graybar Electric Co.; 2nd,
Mrs. H. Sarff, 1704 Broadway!
aluminum tea kettle, gift of H .
Stiff Furnlture'Co.; 3rd, Mrs! J
B Crary. 16S9 B street, 49 ib
ack Fisher's flour; 4th, Mrs Min
nie Miller, 1009 N. 6th street 2 .
lbs. candy. Gray Belle confection
fry; 6th. Mrs. W. M. Erion, rout
7, Wear Ever aluminum cooker
and steamer, gift of Salem Hard
ware Co.; 6th. Mrs. John W. Bo
lin. 44 9 N. Capital street, silk
hose, gift of Bishop's
TnSgV?.ke8: l8t- Mr- Lon
cooker' mnf0re-' terless
cooker, gift of Ray Farmer Hard-
HOOSIER BOY AIR GLIDER WINNER
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Tudor Morris, of Pern, Ind., winner ot an air glider contest In
Atlantic City, N. J., is shown beside the plane in which he won the
ware Co.; 2nd, Mrs. C. E. Roblin,
737 Center street, ham, gift of
Jross market; 3rd. Mrs. R. C.
Blaxall, 284, W. Miller street, 4
lbs. Fisher'B flour;. 4th, Mrs. Kate
Larsons, 287 No. 13th street, 1
.bs. Skaggs coffee, gift of Skaggs
Gateway stores; 6th, Mrs. G. T.
Tipton, 1817 No. Cottage street,
box of Delicious apples, gift of
Roth Grocery Co.; 6th, Mrs. Y. D.
Lofgren, Aurora, Ore., cut glass
owl and plate, gift of Pomeroy &
Wes 'Are Rewarded
Double crust pies: 1st, Mrs. I.
. Pennock, 465 Richmond street,
case of canned goods, gift of Bailey
grocery; 2nd, Mrii. Earle Barham,
865 No. Winter, half case canned
goods, gift of Roth Grocery Co.;
3rd, Bertha Compton, l93 So.
Commercial, 49 lbs. FlBhei's
flour; 4th, Mrs. Ed. Schunke, 92
Church street, pair of galoshes,
gift of Price Shoe Co.; 5th, Mrs.
F. A. Wilson, 943 So. Liberty, 2
ibs. candy, gift of The Spa; 6th,
Mrs. May Gibson, route 1, blan
ket, gift of Salem Variety store.
Single crust pies: Mrs. P. VI.
Tallman, 2185 Myrtle Ave., set of
dishes, gift of Montgomery Ward
& Co.; 2nd, Mrs. J. C. Nelson, 101
East Wilson, half case of canned
goods, gift of Roth Grocery Co.;
3rd, Mrs. H. F. Bonesteele, S45
Market street, 49 lbs. Fisher's
:lour; 4th, Mrs. A. II. Wyatt, 1715
South High street, pair of ga
loshes, gift of Buster Brown Shoe
store; 6th, Mrs. Atlee Winterstee.n,
1642 South Winter, $2.60 credit
on $10 shoes, John Rottle Shoe
store; 6th, Mrs. Ben Pade, 640
No. 15th street, Indian blanket,
gift of Director's store.
Yeast rolls: 1st, Mrs. S. Wor-
den. Brook s.- Ore., 23-piece waf
fle set, gift of Miller's store; 2nd,
Mrs. E. A. Sharp, 205 East Lin
coln street, $16 toilet set, Wllletfs
pharmacy; 3rd, Mrs. William Mc
Carroll, $3.50 grocery order on
Busick & Sons.
Advance of Two Cents in
Eggs Early in Week Chief
Feature of Interest
Prices for the week have been
generally steady, so far as fruits
and vegetables are concerned.
Eggs have come up, making a two
cent advance early In the week
and maintaining that figure.
With the arrival of rutabagas
and parsnips in greater quanti
ties, the new offerings of walnuts,
almonds, chestnuts and pop corn,
the store windows have taken on
a slightly oinerent ana more
Rutabagas sell at four pounds
for 5 cents, while the parsnips are
six pounds for 25 cents. Both are
good size and are becoming more
plentiful. They were offered for
the first time last week.
The new crop walnuts, thos?
grown In Oregon, retail at two
pounds for 69 cents, or 30 cents a
pound. Some stores have Marlon
county walnuts at 36 cents a
pound or three for a dollar.
Almonds, from California cost
22 cents a pound, or two pounds
for 53 cents. Pop corn is around
10 cents a pound.
More ground cherries are avail
able here this week than In form
er weeks, judging from tbe num
ber of stores offering them. Tbey
are priced at 30 cents for the
small fruit basketful.
Chestnuts are plentiful and cost
the consumer 29 cents for two
pounds, or a little better in some
Green tomatoes are being dis
played and will work up well for
pickled dishes. They are seven
pounds for 25 cents.
Horse radish, fresli from the
ground, small and cleaned, was
offered Thursday In one store at
15 cents a pound.
Brussels sprouts were on dis
play in several windows, but j idl
ing from the appearance, they are
not meeting a ready market.
Receipts of leading markets and
reports from manufacturers indi
cate that butter production is run
ning ahead of the output a vear
ago, states the weekly farm re
view prepared by L. R. Bre!t-
haupt, specialist iff agricultural
economics at O. A. C.
The Orecon turkey croD. a sur
vey indicates, has increased about
40 per cent over last year, or
about 260,000 birds, the bulletin
Cattle and hog markets ware
generally over-supplied last week,
but lamps and sheep are inclined
to he firmer. Other conditions
noted include a slight improve
ment in the plover irnn inl
demoralized on the potato markti.
As hlcher nrifka VL Vumturi
other vegetables, th4 potato de-
mana will increase.
YOUR HALLOWE'EN PARTY
Will be a success if you serve
They sure do excelT
We will deliver hot doughnuts to any address Hallow'en eve.
j Order through your grocer.
X. L. DONUT CO.
The only thine: that can be said
for people who keep on predicting
the end of the . world is that they
proDaDiy get a little closer each
time. Regina Leader.
(Sirs. Mary Morton's Daily
One-third cup butter, one
cup confectioners' sugar,
lone tablespoon strong, boiled
or furred coffee, one-hair
cup almonds. Wash butter
and pat until no water flies.
Work until creamy and add
sugar gradually, boating
constantly. A s mixture
thickens add coffee, a few
drops at a time, keeping
mixture of a creamy consis
tency throughout. Spread
on cake and sprinkle with
almonds, whole or chopped.
Cocoa frosting is made the
same as mocha, using one
half tablespoon breakfast
cocoa in place of coffee.
Establishment of a permanent
cam'p for boys in the vicinity of
the Three Sisters mountain peaks
is planned by members of the Eu
gene Y. M. C. A. boys' camp committee.
If Bladder Weakness. Getting
Up Nights, Backache, Burning or
Itching Sensation, leg or groin
pains - make you feel old, tired,
pepless, and worn out why not
maki the Cystex 48 Hour Test?
Don't -give up. Get' Cystex today
at any drug store. Put it to a 4 8
hour test. Money back if you don't
soon feel like new, full of pep.
sleeD well, with pains alleviated.
Try Cystex today. Only 60c.
PERRY'S DRUG STORE
1155 Commercial St.
The Opening of the
MARKET BARBER SHOP
EL P. Buckmann, Prop.
In the Market building
Courtesy Service Good Work
Equipment New, Clean, Attractive
Not only the farmers seeking
relief, the politician who is under
great mental strain, and the candi
dates themselves, but, in fact, ev
ery other speculative human crea
ture, will be relieved when the
ballots are counted on November
7. St. Helens Sentinel.
VOLLMER-CLE ARWATE R CO.Ltd.
Salem Housewives Who
Want a Superior
Hard Wheat Flour
"Proved Quality Low Price"
Distributed by the Willamette Grocery
Company through Salem dealers and
other valley distributers.
B U SUCK'S
STANDARDIZED CASH STORES
BOO Ft. Free Parking Space
Busick's at the Market and Busick's Store Corner Court and Commercial
Streets. There's Convenience and Economy for You at these tivo stores.
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When good meat is hard
to Qret and you are dis
atLsfied with the meat
you have been receiving
a visit to one of the Bu
sick meat counters will
convince you that good
meat is always available
at reasonable prices and
Lbs. .1. ,
Milled at 1 The Dalles,
where the selection of
wheat is the best.
49 S $1.83
100 lb. sack
in new cloth sacks, direct
from refinery, no lumps
or discolored sugar.
O packages 39c
J packages 39c
Pure Fruit Gelatin
3 Pkgs 23 c
Libby's Solid Pack
No. 1 can
3 For 27 c
Libby's Silver Dale
No. 1 cans
3 For 25 c
No. 2 cans
2 Cans 25C
No. 2 cans
m cans ... 25c
Ungraded tender stalks
No. 1 cans
A very rich fish
2 Cans 39C
O Tall cans . 29c
Fresh sweet new stock
U Lb. can $1.39
49 L Mck $1.93
A Hard wheat flour
49 Lsack $175
0 Tall cans... 29c
Schilling's Pure Vanilla
U Oz. bottle . 30c
Schil"!ngs Pure Lemon
U Oz. bottle . . 30c
1 Lb. cakes 35 C
Blue Rose Quality
3 Lbs 25c
Sago, or Small
New crop Red
New crop Oregon
1 quart - l5c
Libby's New Pack
2 For 33c
No. 1 cans
2 For -.. 33 c
16 Bars $1.00
Citrust White Laundry
Large pkg. ..
2 Lbs. 25c
4 Lbs. 25c
the Master Bleacher
1 Large bottle 25 C
Lb. 33 c
Lb 33 c
I Tr Lb. pkg. 23C 2 Cans . 27c
2 Lbs. 39c