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RETURFJ TO STUDIES
DALLAS, Jan. J Collage tu
dents, who are fearing to resume
their studies after spending the
holidays In Dallas are: Wayne
and Dorothy Page. Phillip Staats,
Carl Gerllnger to the Unlrerslty
Ot OregonJ Going to Corrallis
ar i Paul tollman, Delbert Hunt
er Richard Webb, Betty Zellnek.
and Van (Crlder, Returning to
WMamett nnlrerslty are
Charles Cfmpbell and Roberta
Mrs. J. JR. Beck left Saturday
to resume! her teaching at For
tune, Calif. v v."' V-,
Earl ftlchardmoa enjeyed a
few days hunting 1a the Florence
district. ' "
W. L. Focbren spent seTeral
days la Portland on- business
connected with the water plant
of which he la the manager.
Mrs. Fred Elliott underwent
an operation for goiter at the
Dallas hoipltal Saturday morn
ing. - ' (
Mrs. Earl Fnlgham Is visiting
In Coburg, until Monday, i with
relatlres. She waa accompanied
by her sister. Mrs. Earl Williams
Dr. and Mrs. Penn C. Crum
were guests of friends Port
land tor New Years.
Sirs. :Eakia Goea Ssrath
Mrs. Blanche Eakln left for
Long Bea6n. Calif., Friday where
she Intends to. make her home.
She accompanied Mrs. Erelyn
Woods, who spent the holidays
here with I her son, Laird V.
Woods ana family.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Turner and
the latter's sister, ; Miss Betty
Zelntk. spent the week In Port
land, where Mr. Turner presided
at sessions of the state teachers'
association; he Is the retiring
Party Goes To Coast
Making up a party to spend
New Years at Pacific City were
Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Starbuck. Miss
Dl'.la Vlers, Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
Crlder. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stin
nett. Mr. .and Mrs. Charles N.
Bllye'u and Mr. and Mr. E. 1C.
Robert Hayter left New Year's
day, returning to his studies at
the New Mexico military Insti
tute at Roswell. This Is hi sec
ond year and he was recently
commissioned a lieutenant. He
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Kayter. . i
SPRING VALLEY. Jan. 3
Camptlre Wahsinkeeyah "held its
regular meting this week at the
noma 01 tiois y uauu
ini nne to the holiday season
a number of the girl were un
able to be present. A anort Busi
ness meting was held after whkn
i iima enioTed ' At the
close of the i afternoon Mrs. Wil
son aerred clam soup to me gins.
Those present were the assistant
...Mi.ii Mra v. A Stratton,
liss Dorothy Shepard. Eula and
Ila Smith. Doris winasor
and Ha Ann- Stratton. Julia
Shepard, Lola Wilson and i Mrs.
Eugene Wilson. The nest meet
ing place ha$ not definitely been
decided. At the beginning ot the
new year the girls are taking
their health chart work.
. , Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith has
kaI vncttii Prof, . and Mrs.
ntnr Hnrna and Son. Paul. Of
Eugene. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Hoven and chiiaren. uonsiu
v..Ma. mit Uren ind Mrs. P
E. Horen spent New Tear's day
with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hoven
1 and family of Rickey.
- Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Wilkinson
ctam Mm nr. 1. Wilkinson.
II. J. McKInney of Portland and
Mrs. Ben McKInney were New
Year's dar dinner Rtxests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mc
KInney. j- . "
wfrm vi! Hndson of Keizer. a
guest at the home of Mrs. George
finead. Is assisting in caring xor
Mrs. J. D. Clark of Salem was
the guest of her slater. Mrs. v.
O. McLench New Tear's day.
Vial Their CoaMla
: ' Clyde Randall and Ollrer
Horen of Rickey spent the- holi
daTs Tislting their cousin. Edgar
Miss Lorine Walling, Olire and
Ila Ann Stratton spent Tuesday
night as the guests of Miss Irene
and Doris Windsor.
,-aa 1$. S M
. Mr. ana airs, jonn miaen
pent New Tear's day with -Mr
Mm W J. Ha.eVtt.
- Theodora Shafer of Portland
Is spending the holiday vacation
with-her grandparents. Mr. and
Mr?. .Phillip Damm.
ORCHARD HEIGHTS. Jan. 1
On New Tear's day this neighbor
ihood enjoyed a community- dinner
sponsored by the Orchard Heights
Wnmam clnh St th PoOCOm
Bchoolhouse. Dinner waa aerred
at nann in tfte basement and In
the afternoon the following pro
gram was gtren: song, "America,
Jvc-atll; recitation. Arm on McDow
ell; song. Dorothy and Milton
Hnnthvlek monthham number.
ETTra Slinmons; song. Miss Mil
dred Simmon s ana Errin Sim
mons: recitation Milton South-
wlck; recfUUon. Lyio Knower;
mnilrat rnrnlar. Un. M. A.
Schneller and Gay. McDowell; ac-
jcoraion numoer, j. ueat; sons;
tyliree slaters, Mrs. Marlon PtrU
nam, Mrs. Emma Beckett ana
.Ur. if: A. Schneller: aonr. Burn-
bom Southwick; community sing
ing. The closing number on the
program was a stunt by Mrs. M.
a Khneller and Mrs. Ed Reed
which brought forth 7 much ap-
P Arising rot of congratulations
un rrvwl wishes was tsndsred Mr.
ni Jr William Knower and B.
Southwick. the day being the wed
dimg aanlTersary of tha Knowers
and the birthday ot Mr. South-
C1PFI MS lil
egg prices tremble! drop likely
slight Advance in wheat, corn
High ! Prices Firm at
$9.25 a. Hundred;
Wheat Low i
Egg prices sre trembling on the
edge and indications Saturday
were that Monday, would see a
drop of a cent or two a j dozen.
Portland reports were weak.
Tar keys are sort of out; of the
picture since New Year's and
Christmas. Nominal quotations
aro 2f to e for No. la. i
Hog market continued firm
around J.2& for tons daring the
week. Cattle were steady witli
cows moving no arbont tv baH-cent.
Wtteat atlll skates at the lowest
levels in SO years. !
PORTLAND. On.. 3mm. l--fAPl
Piadwa eaehann. set price: batter, ex-
tnaa SO; ataadarala SS; prima firsts tS;
firsts ST. EcC. freak extra $4: ittk
iamm 20. ;
PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. I (XPY
i'rnh fmit mam. navels, imekca.
82.So6r4.50; jibl cToek. 8 1.50 fit;
rr-fruit. Florida S3.50.5Q. Ariseaa
83.3&38.50; lims, &-d. carton.: 82.50;
toMiii, Sa Ik. i
UBoit Calif orate. 8 QG.Tl. ' ;
Cabbage Ucal. iK6!e I.
Ciemten hetiooaw. $1.50 j. IS.
Pot to 1 Orron - Etescamtea. tl.flO
l.TS: ioeaL SIbcl.SS: Kiaaaatk i nmL
S1.50; Takisna. 81 ft 1.50 cental. :
Unions selling nriee to retailers: Ore
gon Vo. 1 grade. e0a80c.
. niKani rhubarb extra lancT, S 3.60
1ms IS lbs.. Isacy 82.58. '
Artirhokea 81.50ttl.54 dos.
8pinack local. $101.55.
Creaberries esxtent $18.5019.
Hackle berries fancy, 11 & 12c lb.
Crap eeaporor, i o 7o lb.
Olerr fawey. SO&T&e- per . dos:
heartv $101.10 benches.
t'eppm Hdl, -green. M 15e l.
&re potatoes CaUloraia. ha&tC
lb.: Maters. $2.50 bnsbet. -
Caobltower Oregon. T5e$l erst.
Beans California, l20c K.
oea California, la&15. ,
Gertie mew, SglOe.
ToaaUM fcerhneae. $4.75 G 4.95
crarte ; Mexiaan $4.7 lug, repacked.
PORTLAND. Or Jan. $ (AP) -
Pool try (baTiaaT pracea) heavy beat 2e
biKBer tor best. Alia heary kens OTer
4V, Ibs Sr2?: tBeSritt hem. IH to
4V tbs l&ijrSe: licXt beaa. 12e:
iprinx. SOo: Pekia dacks. 4 lb.. and
ver. 18c: ratttaaT. x zvitfsae;
Nuts, Hay and
PORTLAXT. Ore.. Jan. $ ( AP )
Nats steady wainats, California sew
No. J, 37e; Orecoa new, Z7e; almonda.
14a0e: peamta. VtalSVae: pecans,
37r50e: filberts. 18 (a 24c.
Hay steady vholesale buy in prices.
delivered Portland, eastern Oregon tim
othy. f22.Mto23 : do valier. Slfrl8-a;
atfalta. 818.50 19.00; cloTer. $18; oat
hal; ais: straw, TTa ton; semnf prices
fl ttt 81 S90T.
Heps atoady 13U crop, iota lie.
PORTLAND. Orm.. Jsa. 8 (AP)'
Wheat to tore: ;
Oven Hieb. Low Closa
Mar 8 S SS 8
Jan. , - , CJ SS i 6S
lee. 85 65 63 65
Cash markets: wheat: bis Bend bloe-
atfm .70; soft white, western white .66;
hard winter, northern sprint, western zed
Oats: Its. t 88 lb. wtite H.eo.
Corn: Na. S E. T. MvDent 80.50.
Millran: standard 17.S0.
nADWlvn n t. sAP
Hos 585, eattla 4tO, 'ealvas 5. sheep 83
bora ana anoep au suroca. neea a a
in.tl. Swtre SS70 sttlai 1 1215.
calves 95, sheep 1535. ears 0. i
itoK : eoaaparea' weec ago, an ciaases
steady. Top and bulk light butchers
0.50. tlronr weights and heavies; 05
A . m. U tA fAtiK Timr.kine i IOWI
mostly 7.00. a few at S.50, smooth; 7.50.
Under lam pound pigs e Kiuers o,j o
8.25. Feeders scarce 8.50 to S.50.
1 . MM.. vmV . rrt all
classes steady to strong with steers and
heifers so ana. u spots uiaiaer.
Fairly good steers 8.50 to 8.75 -with ona
Inad ft. IS. ' others B.25 down to ! 6.50.
mostly T.OO or letter. Car lota heifers
ap to 8.25. Btrsigat losas oi cows so
sent, quotable wp to 6.75. Low cutters
and cutters 2.50 to d-50, mostly 8.00
up. Medium to fairly trood bulla 4.50 to
5.00f a few at S.50. Ualves ana veaiers
10. 00 down with strirtly choice Testers
quotable to 11.00. Oifgrades down : to
.on and below.
cv. anoiiM, .t.. A v with week aro.
Common to atricely efcae lanbai 4.00
ta 7. OA: mediaanr to choice yearlings S.50
to 5.00. euin to choice ewes 1.00 tot 8.00.
saostly 1.50 p.
wick. Regret was expressed ' that
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Gibson jwere
unable to bo present, as they
would alsa have been honor
euests. Jannarr 1 being their wed
ding anniversary, r
The day was so mucn enjoyea
by all present that' plans were
made to make It an annual home
coming event -sponsored by the
Orchard Heights club. ? ui '
The day's. enjoyment was? sup
plemented by a party in the! avo-
ning at tne u. . ataitnews nome
at which ld-ttme games jwere
nl&ved and the ample remains of
tho New Tear's -dinner were serr
ed as refreshments.
Race -"- Color
Are no Barriers
. I ':)-..' ' '. I I ! !
ATLANTA. Jan. S AP
Race s otor aiall not ba a bar
to memfaovahia- In the National
Students Federation of America,
the sixth, congress of th organ
iiation roted here todayj
It Instructed Its executive com
mittee not to discriminate against
any applicant for membership be
cause o! race or coior. ana : men
reelected Ed Marrow of Washing
ton Stato college to its presidency
and selected tho- University of To
ledo as It nest meeting i place.
FRTJTTLAN1V Jan. 1 Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Coulsan ara - risitlng
with, his parents. Mr. and ; Mrs.
R. R. Coojuta- ot this community.
They motored to Torttand Satur
day afternoon to attend 1 ILi R.
Coalsan's brothers funeral. I J
Miss Emma , Stabenow is spend
ing the areok and with her moth
er la -this community, i ,i j t .
Grade B raw 4 tnOlc
deUrered in ISaless, ff3.0O
to 92.23 ewt. i - i .... ' 1 I j ,
! Butterfat a farm 25-Sc
Balcia 27c. l - I . .
! . nmr aits tsctbt axtx s .
Price pei'' -wr SaJfas baysrs.
i Juurr S, 1881 j u
Apples, f. 1 1-85
Kediaat ,,, , . ,., .75-l.Si
U. i S. Ne. 1 i '
V. S. X: -
U. 8. No. 1 '
i L '
Sqnash, pae :
Cabbaso , ,
i., ... so
Celery, per do.
Turnips, per das. baacues ', n
Beets, per das. banehea ; ' j "
Carrots, per dea. banc he
Radishes, per dos. . boaehes
Orees ooioas, per dea. banehee -t40
PEJUW I i
Ketail PrhPM I !
Calf seal. 25 U. .J..S0-t.5
Senatt. ton. SJM) -40.00
Cera, whole, ton
Cracked and rrevod. tarn SD.OO-41.AO
itiU ran, tost 30.80-23.00
Brsn. Us 5O.OO-5J.0O
Efc saasfa. ewt. t.5-.5
' BaylDC mens 1 '
runs ; :
Mediums i. ; j . , L..IS
Broi lers, eeiored
Tnrkeys, No. 1
THrkrti K. '
Wheat, westeru . j . . ., ,5Q
Boft white . nil ... i M
Barter, tea 23.00 o 28jOO
Oats. rrey. ln.
vt tite. a a. ,
Rare; bm in a Brieea
Oats and vetch, ton
11 ftA.ll DO
A'r.ir. nil,, uml rattiar' IS.-18.
Rastern Oregon : .. -?.2 00
-. i jEPPERnnrr i i i
Oil . tf 9
Top rrade -. i ! 1
Korth Parffle Kot Orewert Assa. Prices
Frsnaaettet ? ! S
fBhMl5 ! '.SEa.vou-v.
.JsJ .TOOHOU ATOEAT.HAVENT
a Nf! THAU REAOV S you UIMNiK9
"POLLY AND HER PALS"
AW BS: A 6R?RX fW.
J0J MS Asl' RXL
LITTLE ANNIE ROONET
TGEf2TW & A.tOMBaQAa IANO , MA
- I MOT5 AJJO BEB3ieS LOOC Vvfl Qt&l
St otiT;xRoMes2fiCowESA. Jr
TOOTS AND CASPER
CAPea I'LL HAVE
to a5t You to; wash
THE PINNER. PV4E
FO ME as I WrMJLDrdr
PAPH. PUT M-Y HAKDO
IN X?m WATER"
The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Sunday Morning, January
Suggestions of Loan to
China Aid Turn on
: ; Grain Mart
CHICAGO, Jan.- J (AP)Ini
iiuencea or suggestions oi a loan
to China to permit large Imports
of wheat, the grain markets scor
ed hew. upturns today. As
plausible basis tor tha proposed
loan, t was reported that wheat
can now be furnished to. the Ori
ent cheaper than traders there
can supply rice. On r the other
hand,'; skeptics here i pointed to
ciril war in. China as likely to pre
Tent loan negotiations making
much progress. :
Wheat closed unsettled. 1-S to
K cent- higher, corn unchanged
to i cent up., oats U to S-S cent
MRS. LEE OPERATED 02f
SILVERTON. Jan. 3 Mrs. B.
Lee, who underwent an operation
at a Salem hospital this week, 14
gettlnx alone well ; and It i
thought that she will regain thai
use or . ner eye wmen was prae
tieally sightless before the opera
tion. Mrs. Lee is 72 years of ago.
6he la the mother of Henry and
Ole Lea of Slhrerton.
. larra :
Mayattea - .
(Dalirerad in 5-ooand basal
I.iElit atnber hslros
Halves and pieces ' '
-034 to JO
Lsmfci, top , 034-.O8
Uors. 180-200 Ihi..
Hoss. 200 lbs, np 1 8.TS
Jers , 05-J)6H
Cows , 04-.OS
Dressed hors ,
IF I MATA HEAIMsCHS
TOU CWLDN-t -TELL TT j
BT LOOICINiV aVT MT
SIU1 Kas fa
MIDDLE GROVE Jn. f.--Tho
election of officers, business meet
ing - and - social of the Interme
diate league was held New Tear's
era at , the Wackea homtv j I
GeneTiera Schart was re-elected
for a year as president; Esther
Hammer was ; elected rlce-preal-dent,
Katherlaa Schart was re
elected j- f ocretary; and Blanche
Stelnk was olocted treasurer.
After the business session a taf
fy pull and corn; popping were
the main features.
Members and' visitors present
war Esther. Lola, Lea and; Earl
Hammer, - Charles Bangert.' Mil
dred ' Wackea. V OrrUlo - Malm.
Blanche and Charles gteinke, Roo
ssrta and Cecil- Bartratf. Norman
MeCalUsUr. Katherlns and. Harry
Scharf. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schart,
Mrs. L. M. Stelake, Mr. and Mrs.
Herman . Wackeav Elmer Wacken
and Jter. H. R. Scheuerman.
A happy . New Tear's party was
held at the- home ot Fleeda Pat
ter . New Tear's ere.' Fern and
Dorothy Dow. Caroline, ; Maiine
and Mel rin La Due, Kenneth Van
Cleave, Vicar Wagers. Martin An
derson, Mildred Barns m and Mr.
and Mrs. P. L. Cook were guests.
.The Pilots Junior E. L. C. -E.
held Us monthly business meeting
at the L. V. Hammer home Janu
ary 2. The newly-elected presi
dent. Alfred . McCallister, presid
ed. After the business hoar. In
teresting games were played and
refreshments serred. I
Members and Tisltors present
were Alfred McCalUster. Leo and
Genera Hammer, ; David Bartrntf.
Harry Schart. George - Bartruf f,
Katherlne Schart. Mrs. W H.
Schart. Esther, Lola. Ear and
Mrs. Hammer, and Charles; Ban
gart. , j .
A post-Christmas dinner was
given at the Fred, Schart home on
December 30. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Crane and children, Owen. Laura
and Lucille; Mr. and, Mrs. Dan
Scharf., Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Chat
ham and son Wayne, .Mr. and
Mrs. Will Schart and children,
Katherlne and Harry, and Mrs.
Frank Scharf were guests.
The Women's Missionary society
mte at. the home of Mrs. Lena
Bartruff December 29. Election ot
jOM, MiCKEYX ZCR - WEU, t TN
CAN V6 TAK8 I GOSSS STO, If HE'S NOT
j tH UTTLE fOr 1 l TOO BIG--TMB 3A.SKST
( AUOH0-? HUsTT I I TAKES NEARLY ALU v
S$S$&Z& IF UUT BEAR KIM CUMB
S'XttEE'eB. SUM.' X-
glMI.KScPsstsiaanialliilia.tseOtstnrtaarlisraaairia I X,
f U. VVA5M THE. y
YKAT VCND OF A
artn to VOU
THINK, I AM ?
iCeaaaarHaia el rii '
officers was held as tollows:
President,. 2frs. Lana Bartruff;
vice-president, Mrs,; ilary Hern
don "recording iecretary7 Mra.
Will Scharf; corespondlng secre
tary and literary superintendent.
Mrs. Mary Herndon; leader ot the
Mission Band,; Mrs. Will Bcharf.
m n here'
' H0LLTW00D, Jan. 2Holly
wood residents gave the "New
Tear a rousing welcome Wednes
day night when members of "The
8ame Over Hera dub and, addi
tional f guosts gathered at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. O. AJ For
gard.' j The evening was spent in
games and at midnight they cer
tainly; let , the - world know- that .a
new year had dawned. . Refresh
ments were served by the hostess
assisted ' by . Mrs.' W. W. Fisher.
Guests present were Mr. and Mrs.
C. 8. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. W.
W. Fisher and daughter Mary
Jean, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Ward,
Mr. aad Mrs. J. J; Kleeman,cMies
FlorenevKleeman. W. W. Klee-
man and Ralph 1 Wagers. ,
Hollywood kiddies werel given
royal eatertatnment when Mr. and
Mrs. R. Schweninger eniertalaed
at a party Friday afternoon hon
oring their daughter Erma oa her
tlfth birthday f anniversary. Dur
ing the afternoon the youngsters
wero kept nbnsy with various
games j under the leadership ot
Miss Maslno LaDue. .' A . lovely
birthday cake. and.Jother dainty
refreshments were served by the
hostess assisted by' Mrs. Mosier.
Besides the honor guests, Mrs. A.
Munson, Mrs. Mosier and Miss
Mazlna LaDua, the little guests
present were, Keith La Due,, Ken
neth nd Edna Munson, Mary
Jean Fisher. Luclle and Elaine
Harms. Edna,-Harold and Edith
GAME CALLED OFF!
TURNER, Jan. Z The Turner
and Aumsvllle basketball game,
which was sehednled to be played
at Aumsvllle Wednesday evening
was called off on account of the
tragic death of Robert Given,
who was a brother of Gerald
Given, a member of the Turner
FWS6T WmlTHOO&MT, MMrBE
tiese -riajvS I UE'D BETTER
COMB ON.'TINV L R,0a UP
vou cam oo h vtetw with
, - . - - mm M . -m
AwGeAwr -rnev33: r Guess ,
HEY OOOCO EATA POOCH UKE "JODrj
TvSEV ASM.rS MUAJ&RV
AS THS3T LOOKf rZ&l fcF
Into not Water'
V, - 1 rTLL TAkE MB TH& i
ip WHOLE EVENtNr TO DO
TMEH! WE CSgrHTTa
5 HAVE PAPEW. PLATES ,'!
", AND "THROW "THEM OUT
V AFTER. EVERY MEAL
'J -. !r
WW 20 Ke-PortUa
; American. Legiea.
:80 -Orraa. . -. , -. , ., , , ,
Neapolitan days. VBC
ysnwranKfc.. ..,.,.( i
:I0 ledieatioa . a Yemen's VstieS
A 1,rty lMrtara, KBQ,
00 Orraa and piaasv ? i I
:fct Vaatha sea fere ace.
:0 . . Psrkas Cadasaa, Ka
.vv naiiessi ea per sear, ft BO.
: Views of the Kewa, KBJ.- !
Optemetrie prerrsaa. -
:80-XBC. ' ' . '"J.:.-
S Melodies, KBC.
:lt KBC i
4S Saaday with I4etk Parker, KBC. '
:1S World tear. KBO. i
:0O NBC i . ; M
:SO Melodieev KBO. i
45 Readers' ewida. EC. 1 . P ;
:00 LittU a 1 M.kir -
rtH-12 Orfan. . ( '-
' . S XOnf 84 BU. Pertlaad
' 8:SO LBg, Cosae lot the Garden. .
Sroe CBS. Jewish art.
. :! Ortsn. - -: ; f '
10:00 CBS. Canadian Grenadier band.
llO Senaysid Concrecntioaal chares.
12 : CBJt. New Terk Philharsaeaie
rehastra. - . ,
: It 45. Seta tea, Ponr Bavar t?spsL
2 :SO Rtadie. , 7
S rOO Bon revue,
: 8:88" htether's hoar,
i 4:80- Baloo orchestra. '
S:0 CBS. world business.
6:15 Orrms. ,
8:30 Detroit Brmphoay brebestra.
ma 4tt a .
T :00 Jesae Crawford.
7 :SO Violin recital.
8:00 Service, rirst Cnuren ef Christ,
Scientist. r .
9 .00 Raloa orcheatra.
8:30 Val Valeate'a ereheatre. i f
ir:00 Jack and Jill's orcheatra. '
:S0 DUBS." val Valente's orcbeatrl.
11:00-11:80 KHJ ortsn.
KEX 1188 Xc PsrtUnd .
8:00 Orfnn, NBS.
8:15 Little Onvhaa Annie. ,
.00 Mary. 'B3. .
10:00 Anterieaa Lea;!on Tmrram.
10:80 Northwest tri, KBS.
11:00 Fear banjoes.
11:15 Orrsn. NBS. -
11:30 Orexon KaaaMer.
12:00 CoUegiaaa. MBS.
l:0O Family Altar hoar.
2:00 "VTeobcr's Juvenile orchestra.
S:80 "Tha Beach Comber.'
8:00 Sonf bar.
- 4:00 Hour on Brosdwey, KBO. '
! 5 :00 Silent.
S :00 Imperial Orandarehestra, NBS.
:00 Clsaaieal concert.
:4S Tucker's Ereratata bsnd."
18:00 Lyri trio, NBS.
KOAC SSO K. Corrallis
Monday, January S
r ( kisht
7 WEu.,rve -
MAUD? DIP YOU
CUT IT, CURMfX
OR SPRAIN IT?
I tiny AlSUPtfS
ROOES TVSBT J (
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FOB POLK COIIIM
INDEPENDENCE. Jan. 1 -The
following ' Jury list f, has : been,
drawn tor the January term - of '
court tor Polk count;:
W, W. Da viion, Pedes; C. J.
DeArmond, 8uvr; J. DoJory, Jr.,
Amity; H. F. Wadman, Inde
pendence; E. D. Crook. Mon
mouth; R. K. Cobbau, McCoy; Ji
A. Campbell. Amity; E. F. Black,
8uver; D..T. Bartell, Dallas; G.
J. Amort, Suver; Earl D. Brown,
Airlie; Albert Burelback, Dallas;
Ben Freer. Airlie; j. M. Grant,
Dallas;-Austell McCarter, Dallas;
Walter Mulr. Dallas; C. E. Saw
telle. Sheridan ; F. K. Skeea.
Monmouth;' I. F. Tatour, Wast
Salem; R. M. Walker; Independ
ence; B. M, Webb, Fall Citjr; ;R.
A. Lieman. Grand Ronde; E.1A.
Letteken. Rlckreali; A. B. Lacy,
Independence ; W. B. Jones, Air
tie; Mets Hubbard. Monmouth;
E. E. Hart, Rlckreali; Dave He
ley. Independence; R. J. Haekett,
West Salem; Carl Gregg. Balaton.
Moves to Salem
JEFFERSON. Jan. J l! I A.
Davis and wife moved their
household goods to Salem Thurs
day, where he has rented a wood
yard and will conduct that busi
ness. , j
.The Marion D. Looney family
spent the first of, the week in
Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Looney
were guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Landess; ,Miss Marguerite was
tho truest of Miss Pauline Schuele
and Miss i Fielda Wiggins. -She .
also attended the .state teachers'
association meeting, while there.,,
and attended the annual formal
dance at the Oasis, given by the
Alpha Gamma . Delta ! alumnae.
Miss Elizabeth spent tho- time
with Mlas Jean Ctirrr. at Camas.
12:O0 -Farm prorrana. i.
2:00 bfasie by the masters.
2:30 Hossenasker diour.
8:80 Farm prog-ram.
7:80 4-H Club meet i nr.
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