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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Bandar Morning. January 18. 1931
Butterfat Also Down Cent
At Portland; Onion
; Shipments Weaker
PORTLAND, Jan. 17 fP)
Wholesale butter quotations op
ened 1 to S cenU lower on the
Portland Produce excban.e today.
Decline waa Influenced by lower
prices at Seattle and Los Angeles
despite Improved tone ot the local
situation aa result of lighter vol
ume of receipts and better clear
lag ot stocks on hand. Butterfat
buying prices opened 1 cent lower
at SI cents, delivered. i
Quote: extras, 25 cent; stan
darda 24; prime flrata 23; each 1
cent lower, and firsts. Hi lower
by 1 cents. ' .
Local trade In etjs opened fair
ly strong, aided by some price
hading of the -bunched l ruling
quotations bat the general mar
ket ton was weakened by lower
-whllesaie prices for Pacific; Coast
eggs at iNew York.!
Conditions In the fresh fruit
and vegetable trade were noted by
the government msrket news ser
vice as follows: i S
California cauliflower weaken
ed about 10c, with "continued
moderate local offerings of fair
quality selling around $1.00 per
crate. " H!
Celery weakened at California
shipping points, and a weaker
tone is reflected nere. u
Onion movement from Oregon
shipping dUtricti .has subsided,
after the activity of 2 weeks ago.
Nearlr the i entire movement of
Oregon onions this season had
had originated In the jLabish
-area, with approximately 235 car
loads by. freight, and the
alent-of 100 cars by motor-truck
shipped, to date. Trade estimates
indicate about 490-460 carloads
still in storage in that district
with 200 to 225 cars in the Tual
DALLAS. Jan. 17 Maurice
Dalton, J. It. Allgood and
Mulr attended a meeting
west side highway association In
Corvallis last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Eaiia at
tended an American Lajglon
meet! ns: In stayton Monday 1 eve
ning. Mr. Eakin la commander of
District No. 2 of the American
Mrs. A. J. Rhodes of Seattle
visited relathres In Dallas last
Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. Jack- Eakin and Mrs. E.
B. Hamilton went to Portland
Wednesday, j Mrs. Eakin remain
ed over until Thursday t$ attend
an executive meeting of commit
tee women .and state officers of
the . American Legion auxiliary,
. Henrr - Lyons of Cambridge,
Idaho, visited at the homes ot
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coad and
Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Cride.1 Mr.
Lyons lived ! In Dallas about SO
years ago and waa here about
six years ago.
Alfred Cerlinger and Art Mc
Laughlin of i Salem left for Cal
ifornia Monday ! morning. : They
will go to Redding and Saa Fran
cisco on business for the Dallas
Machine and Locomotive works.
Miss Agnes Smith visited at
the home of her mother, ; Mrs.
Lee Smith over the week ! end.
Misa Smith is employed at ; the
local postof flee until a new j post
master is appointed.
o - i 1
ORCHARD ; HEIGHTS, Jan. 17
The Orchard Heights Women's
elub did not meet Thursday as
scheduled. It was postponed on
account of the death of Mrs. J.
R. Chapman and will meet Thurs
day, January 22, with Mrs. J. W.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs.; Gil
bert Dillon ot Elklna will be sor
ry to hear that they lost the
greater part of their household
goods by fire Monday evening.
The tire was caused by a package
falling from a ahelf in the kitch
en and striking a lamp on the
table beneath. Relatives here of
the Dillons are under the impres
sion that their loss is not cover
ed by insurance. The house which
waa totally destroyed was; the
property et Frank Laughary who
employed Dillon as manager of
Miss Dorothy Logan, a student
at the Behnke-walker business
college in Portland spent Sunday
with her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Edgar.
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- i KINGWOOD, Jan. 17 Rollin
Dearer who has rented the Jack
Lynch farm has sublet the Lynch
house to Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Spar
hawk who came here from : i Sa
lem. Mr. and Mrs. Sparhawk with
their little daughter moved la
Wednesday. , ;
! Among; the long list ot sick in
this neighborhood are Dan Fin
ley, Mrs. J. B.. Smith, Mrs. J. A.
Yantlsa. and Miss Ilatel Emmett.
Mr. and -Mrs. Carl Worthlns-
tnn and small daughter . Betty
Colleen of Brush Colleee were
dinner guests Monday ot Mr. and
Mrs, Ed Finley. i
Walter Busch has been suffer
ing from a badly Infected finger,
lie waa obliged te have the nail
removed by a physician and fa
" stow on the mend.
iWACONDA. Jani 17 Lamb-
Ini eason has been unnsually
ucceeaful this year for Arthur
Coffin, the average being, one
hundred and fifty per cent.! Me
sriTee hie sheep the excellent: care
they need, at this time; and , the
mild weather is another thing to
which ha attributes his good suc
Word waa received here Wed-
neadav of the Illness of Robert
Husen ot Woodburo, brother ot
A. W. Nusom. He suffered svpar
eljrtio stroke, this being the sec
ond - one. He recovered from the
PRODUCE, LIVESTOCK ON DECLINE
WHEAT, CORN STILL ON
Wheat Remains Steady
Along with hay;
PORTLAND. Ore., Jan. 17.
(AP) Hot pricea slipped a bit.
and butter and egg quotations
were again on the decline aa tie
market week ended here.
Top grade steers, from 00 to
200 pounds, were down 15 to !&
cents to 2S.S0-t.10. Cows were
unchanged at ff.25-f.75, aid
realers were! 110.50-11.50, alio
Heavyweight hogs, 250-220 Us.
were selling at 27.00-8.60, while
mediums, down 25c, were $8.00
2.00 fori 200-220 pound stuff.
Light weights were down the
same t& t.75-9.00, and' feeders
and stacker were unchanged at
Lambs were steady at last
week's prices, 6.75 to 7.00.
There was no change in wheat
prices. BIg Bend blnestem was
70 cents. Oats. No. 2. 38 lb.
white,' was $21.00, and No,
gray, $25.00. .'
Hay prices were unchanged lit
the following quotations, buying
price, f.o.b. Portland: alfalfa
$17.50-18: valley timothy 17.50;
eastern Oregon timothy 19.20; J
clover 14; oat hay 14; oats and
Eggs hit the slide for a two
cent drop and fresh extras were
20 cents. Standards wire 19,
fresh mediums, 18, and fresh pul
lets. 12 cents.
Butter, too. felt the blow and
was down two cents to 26c for
extras; "25 for standard: 24 for
prime firsts, and 23 for firsts.
Hops were down one cent. The
jrlce on IS 30- Oregon crop waa
T& and 16 cents.
Italian prunes were unchanged
at 5 H to 8 cents.
Wool was unchanged at 12
cents ; for Willamette valley
coarse, and 18 cents for medium.
PORTLAND. Or.. Jan. 18 (AP)
Prodeee axebanRe. net prires: better, ex
tra IS; standard! 21; prima firsts S3;
firsts SI. Efts, fresh estrss 20; fresh
Nuts, Hay and Hops"
PORTLAND. Ore. Jan. 18 (AP)
Nuts walnuts, California new No. 1.
27c: almonds. J4(WOb; peanntv 8ffil'
13He; pecans, 27(rfiX; filberts. 184s
Hay wholesale burinc prices, delir
ered Portland. Eastern Oregon timothy,
S22.50ai3; do valley, tlS& 19.50; al
falfa, SlS.OOfelS.SO: cloeex. St6: oat
hay. $16. straw $708 ton; sellinz prices
$1 to $' mors.
Bops weak 1930 crop 13!c.
PORTtiAKD. Ore., Jan. 10 (AP)
- Open Ilich Low Cloia
Mar 6 2
Jau - 63 S5 65 65
Cash niarfcvts: wheat: b!f Bend blue
stem .70; sett mhite, westerm white .C6;
hard winter, northern spring, westers
Oats: Ho. a. PS lb, whit 24.00.
Cora: Ke. 3 E. V. ahipment 83.25.
: Vlillrun: staadard 17.SO.
PORTLAND, Ora, Jan. 18 AP)
Cattia 60, ealeaa 10. quotablr ateadr.
Steers 600-900 tbs.. good 8.50 W.10;
aaedioia T.SOffifS.50; common .254f 7 50;
8 tears OOO-llOO lbs., good 7.50 8.50;
medium 6. 23 f 8-85; common 6.25 fa 7 50.
Steers 1180-1300 lbs good 8.25 8.85;
aaediuas 7.S5&8.2S. Ueifera 550-850
good 7.6SW8.25; fundi am 6.50 7-50;
eomwutn S.SO&6.SO. Cows, rood 6.25
6.75 ; eoamoBi and anadiam 6.O06.25.
Low entter and rter 2.50 C? 5.00. Balls
tjeerliaits eicUded) 6. 50 fa 5.75; cut
ter, mbdu and Bsedium 2.50S.OO.
VeeJers. Wrilk ned. 10.60 & 11.50; me
diiun . 00 10.50; cull and common 6.00
69 0. " Calres S50-SOO lbs.. 9.00 Q
100; eooiaaon and mediant 6,509.00.
Hogs 350. taJkioar tT.
(Soft or oilr hos and rtmstinr Vr
eseladed). Ufh iiCt 140 lb.. S.OO
6.9.00; liht weitAt 160-180 lbs, 8.7S
9.00; liglrt weifht 190-300 lbs., 8.73 &
9.00; siadiam weiffht 200-220 lbf., 8.00
6x9.00; medrnni welftit 20-20 lbs
C4 aad chwieo 7.600 8.75 : heavy
with S50-39O lha, T.00Q8.50; heary
waijh 3e-85 rbs, 0.5068.00 ; pack
lag sows 3T5-S00 Iks., i)07.5S; feed
er and stoeker flg 70-130 lbs.. 8.60
Sheen 645: steady te stronc.
Unix 9w'T1w cm SV.SS70: me
diem 54l.75: alt walchta. common
.505.S. Taartine wethers j 90-110
lbaM 4.0005,50. Kwas 0-120 Isa 3.50
01.00; aa irslKitts. enll Sad common
Hilk raw milk (4 per cent). 25Q20e
lower for B and O crwdaa; S3.O0 ewU. do
HTvrnd Pweshsnd We 1 -per sent; and O
milk, SLSO. Bntterfat dolrrered in Port
land S2c : , ' i ...
Pooltry JUmytmg Teea aurs,
heaTT- hose- o-rer 4H U, soe; mo-
diam sens i-. .".-
k... lifilk! anrhaa-a. SOe: Pekm
dncka. 4 Iba aad vent. S22S: color,
ed ducks. 16Q18: turkeys. No. 1. 290
Potatoes Ho. 1 traded. I1.753J.00;
Ke. S Sl-16! JO.
PORTUsND. Ore., an. IS (AP)
rrnlta aad eeretable. . ...
rresh fruit orara. naTaia, .pc.
$1.75 6 4.25 ; lombla atoek. S1.502s
srapefraitaPWridn. S3,SOt4.50t Arisa-
bananaa. Sa lb. Leasees CaHfornl
ii.u uasaa. a-eioa. nm, me.w
bfcare tocat 1(91 lb. Cnenm-
bera hothvaao. 1.60l3.1S. Potatoes
Orrgnm, Fscantaa. S -64 64 1.70; local
SlISl.S l Klamath coma, SI.50: Yaki
ma. Siai.8 aastai. Onions aelllnr
nrteo to retailors Oracon Ma. 1 rrada.
eutBUe. ! tiotnaneo rhabarb estra
fancy. feT. ea.TS: h4e StO
bo of '5 Ihe. Artichokoo 41.8Sai.6S
doa. Rpranch 'ocaJ S1-2S1.40 oranjee
Ho: Walla Walls 1.50 has; California
' Oraakriea-onstern. StlGSs! hbt
Hacklebrriee nner. XI Q lie lh. iOrapen
mwerwr. l0h 't
afHA 1 JU at C fitk at Am dAts
hearts. Sl.4oai.S0 doa benches. Pen
mti BM. rvoan. 154 16e. Sweet po-
Utowa California. Sf4v4H 1 J ast
ern. S8.S4 Ixsahel. '
Cantrwee Ore u Sll.Tt CH-
fornia. 41as.T crate. Uaxuo new,
SAlds. Torn atooa hethonao. - S 4.65 &
4.SS rraha; Mexican. J4r4.J5 tag, ra-
Sacked, txtnes impsnsi vsusy. sia
.3$ par srata. . '
' Dressed Poultry
trreased : nealtrr selllnf prteea ra
taileeat tart era, poor so foe-a. saw see j
eeks. stl aoeaa. sa eapoae. aeb
so in. - - i -
first stroke received last sum
mer. Tha 4octor thinks ha will
recover anSflcleatly to be up la
a few weeks.
' Grade B raw 4 mtOu
delivered la Salens, f2.00
CWt. .. . -; ' -: t
Bntterfat at farm 20C
Salena 21c , ,
rrorr an txoxtasus
Pries paid tn gmwrtm by 8lem baytra.
January 17, isai
Apples, teacr . , ' S.H
Usdinata , .....,.-,T&-l.S
v. . k. ,..
V. . 3 , , , ,
! V. 8. No. S
R quash, par U.
Catory, per dot., hearts
i XaisU lrUs
Calf meat. 33 lbs. T...1.I0 1.65
feratcn. too S.00-40, OO
Corn, wkote, to - S7.00-40.00
i Cracked and arenas, us SS.00-4UOO
Kill run. ton 90.00-Sa.00
Bras, ton 20,00 82.00
I tg mass, cwt. ... ......l.SJ-a.S 5
OSJLIBT lira BAT
! Baying Prtosa
Vlieat, westers, red S S
M Bof whlta 84
Barley, ton ..,,22.00 to 28.00
Otti. crey. bn. H
wnite, no. as
Rsyi bninr prices
Osts and vetch, tou .
1 1.00-1 S.OO
Alfalfa. Talley, second catting 18.-18.
! Katurn Orejon 22.00
I PEPPEEMINT . -
Oil : i.o
North Pacific Kut Grower! Asa Prlcas
, I.srce .
Imi i.w TT2r Yi THERE'S A NAM8 J S
fsas -rU't? ) ON IT. BUT IT'S f, f , , Tl
V hsgihcT J ' -ZL BACkvARps J I iTrrl
"POLLY AND HER PALS'
riAU5MTY ABOUT j
LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY
grgAMM pqiz vwnjg Mtg rCNhtiSLf "
aoncv we towjeOMB. Jfszsf fifl ' - "t ,.. ,., ,
jTl tlTmtimrri aa4)atae.eaafa-ruate r,7la3SSS --
TOOTS AND CASPER
v"- " v ?
VTM CA6H PRTZE
1 poiif f2oar
3W . t.OOO"
fi -w or
Oats Independent an3
I Shows Slight Loss j
v , ; Diijs Scarcity I;
1 CIIICAQoL Jan. IT. (AP).
Wheat andl com reeled down
ward today.) bat oats furnished a
surprise ty ahowing stubbora In
dependence and little loss, the
action of oats resulted from re
ceipts this week veins the small
est since 18 14. r '
Forecasts of rellsf from mois
ture shortage, in domestic wheat
territory weakened wheat, and
so likewise did assertions that
prices ot hogs and cattle were
below a profitable feeding basis.
Wheat closed unsettled, un
changed to 4 cent lower, eons
off, oats 7 down. ( ; d
West Salem ; (
t WEST SALEM Jan. IT Stu
dents of the West Salem school
will meet students ot the Liberty
Public school In debate soms)
time In the near future. The con
test may be a part of the program
ot the next Parent-Teacher meet
ing. The subject will be "Resolv
ed that the southern states wers
Justified In seceding from the un
ion." i . j
Mrs. A. L. Applewhite ot King
wood substituted several days thts
week for Miss Haiel Eramett, sev
enth grade teacher who was in
capacitated by Illness.
(DeLieercd in S-nnnnd ktn)
I-lrht ambar balres .
! llalrea sad pieces
,02 t .0$ j
I.ambs, top .
Hors. 160-200 lbs .
lIos. S00 lbs, up
WITH MV BACK
ar T j
COLOIC1. HOOPOE BAST r V Hr ABTt VvCXAt
COTE, CAWCO. HE M4.Y NEVER WfFCc,T
A PC12E IN THE BABY ,1 PP12B IF OuR
S tail, mag rew n wn, I, Or erwrno rleaea eseeexf '
MONMOUTH. Jam. IT The
annual meeting ef otfleers and
directors " of the First National
Bank- ot MonmouU this week
resulted in no change belnf made
in the staff personnel., except
that Edward Riddell was named
director to succeed ' bis brother,
the late Darld R. Riddell. Ira O.
Powell continues sis president;
J. B. V. Butler, rice-president; F.
H. , Chambers, cashier; Clares O.
Powell, assistant-cashier; direct
ors: J. B. V. Butler, Ira C. Pow
ell, WiUlam Riddell, Q. A. Pe
terson, J. F, Wienert and Ed
ward RiddslU S i :
Officers were elected this week
for the Homelike society of the
Evangelical churchy as follows:
Mrs. J. F. Moreland, president
Mrs. . J. B. Wlaegar, Tlee-preal-dent;
: Mrs. O. W. f Bann. seera-tary-treasnrer;
Mrs. J. 8. Fuller,
Fred Calef, who has iron the
distinguished honor ' ot belnf
named on the outstanding: boon
or roll at the University of Ore
gon, made the honor roll again
last term. lie is a student ot pre
law. Another Monmouth boy to
make the honor roll. Is Percy
Riddell, whe was eradiated last
Juno from the Oregon ; Normal
school. He is a junior la the de
partment of economies. ' Both
young men are graduates of, the
Monmouth high school.
The Monmouth Lumber K Fuel
eompany, owned by I the Wlllatn
ette Valley Lumber company, and
managed for the past two years
by 1- P. Cumlsky Is now la
charge ot Boyd Alverson ot Port
land. -I . . , I '.) ... ..
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; Stayton j
. STAYTON. Jan. 17 -Ted Mo
Dermott has had charge ot the
MeMarr store here tor , the- past
three years has been transferred
to Corvallis. His position hero
has been taken by Ray Baker, of
Salem. - S
.The regular meeting ot the
Stayton mutual telephone com
pany was attended by only three
persons, and as a result I the same
officers will hold ' over another
year. The company was organ
ized in 1918, and there has nev
er been a meeting which was at
tended br more than 12 persons.
The annual report of the see-
fA Registered trademark
k rw y
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THATRUINS WO 1
t-VE. HMD HM SXX3 lAfTEtt tV t
tKio him sxx utreeesr i
The Colonel's Challenge"
C0LO4WI. HOCffB MSVB.
THAT BUTTCTCOP '
BEFDOE HC EHTTEPET Hl "
j BBt". un MAY
EmU Ludwif, famous German his
torian, will celebrate his fiftieth;
birthday on January 25 with the'
publication of his autobiography,
entitled Clfts'of life." i
retary-treasurer prepared for the
meeting shows that the company
is la good condition. The e r pen
sea ' for the year were I8S4.S1
and the receipts $1018.84, which
with 810.08 on hand at the be
ginning of the year IS SO, leaves
$144.21 In the checking account
of the .company. .The company
has around $ 1T,000 on savings
deposit . I
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nATESVILLE. Jan. 17 Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Paul of Portland
are! guests at the R. L. Phillips
home. " I
Gene Kizer who has been ser
iously HI with pneumonia is
much improved. I
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rhodes and
baby have gone to Missouri tor
an extended visit with Mrs.
Rhodes parents. i
, Mrs. Hulden Is visiting at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. I. R.
Utterback at Shedd. 1
Mrs. R. McAfee is returning to
her) home here, today. After
spending the past several months
In the east visiting wltn relatives
to get Irritated V
STUfT eOUNOS KVlOO"
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MS. ? BCStOES. 1WAT OLO
CRCXXEO & A rtAWOHS,
TIZtaAMiMG VDU f
M THE COrTTESa
TURNER, Jan. IT Mrs, May
Had ley who Is the plane teacher
la the Turner school will present
her pupils In a musical recital at
the high school auditorium Fri
day afternoon, January 88 at
three o'clock. The public Is eor
! Mr. and Mrs. Neai Edwards
drove to Monmouth Tuesday eve
ning to attend the Invitation of
new officers of the Eastern Star.
The occasion was especially in
teresting: because Mr. 1 Edwards
mother, .Mrs. T. J. Edwards, was
made worthy matron, Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. -Edwards have many
friends at Turner where they
made their homo over 29 years
ago. ;.' i
i Professor and. Mrs. IJ. It. Cos
weat to Jefferson Friday evening
with the Turner basketball teems
who played with Jefferson high,
that evening. They remained over
night with Mr. Cozes' parents
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cox who
live south ot Jefersoai 1 r ',.
' Mrs. Clifford Ensley and
young daughter expect to return
homo Monday from the hospital.
rRATUM Jan. 17 "Civil
Service" a very interesting play,
will be given by a group of young
people at the school bouse Fri
day evening, January $0.
Chris Stenback who lived here
a dozen or more years ago, was
here for a short visit looking af
ter his property, he left the first
ot the week for his homo in Col
orado. He has a 25 aero farm
hero which A. L. Bowon Is farm
ing. ' ! 1- i
Members of both Sunday
schools- hers , attend the Friday
night Union Bible classes at the
First Bantlst church In Salem.
j Spring Valley j
SPRING VALLEY. Jan. 1 7.
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Matthews and
daughter - Marjorie attended a
"meeting at the Popcorn school
house Friday evening, where
Marjorie gave readings; t
The maLy friends ol the Alder
man family were shooed to hear
of the death of Mrs. George Al
derman at Amity. H. N. Alder
man waa a brother-in-law and
TO WOOftV ABOUT
I f SetrS VWHV ANVONB
I f GHCXJUD WR1T6 HIS 1
I VrlAVMa BACKWARDS
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f I IRIET TOTALS V VouBHT TOOtt I
CAPEO 4TO EWTEP- J UFC ' HE WON'T ' J
INr 13ABV IN k ENTER H15BABV! O )
) "TUB ! CONTEST HE V6J0W"THAT V J
CXXOnei. Mooren, I t s3urTTERCUr )' ll J
V BUT HE rlATLV J HA?T A CHAHCtt , r
C. E. and Glen Aideriuan neph
ews of the deceased woman, Mr.
Alderman was well known hero
where she was often ja pltaBtnt
visitor at the
N. j Alderman
Another death, that of J: N.
Skaife ot Salem, took a friend
from this vicinity I as jthe Skaife
family were former residents of
this valley and well known hero.
HUBBARD. - January 17 Dr.
and Mrs. C. A. Ebner returned
Wednesday from their honey
moon trip ot two weeks. They
went as tar south as the border
of Mexico. The youog 'couple will
occupy the Garland home.
Miss Margaret 8waa of Jsnt
sen Export department at Port
land was a week-end guest at
the Lv M. Scholl home.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Watktns.
their son, Rtchard.l and N. Wat
kins were week end guests at
the home ot Mr. and Mrs. N. M.
Westcott in Eugene. Mrs. West
eott is a daughter of N. Watklns
and a sister of E. E. Watklns.
Mrs. Adeline Fields, head of
the English depsrtment of Hub
bard high was absent Thursday
and Friday because; of Illness.
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LINCOLN, Jan. 17 Mrs. Rob
ert Wirth of 8cio has been very
ill for the past tea days a the
home of her mother, Mrs. Hattie
Muths. N . t :
Word has been received from
Glachon, Mich., that Freddie
Busreil arrived safoly at hls'des
tinstlOA, his uncle's home, Mr.
Enoch I Buszell, making the trip
In four; days. I -
- Mrs. I Alice Sirhplion has been
very ill kith flu for some time.
T I Eldriedge f
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ELDRIEDGE, fain. 17 Those
from this community attendlruE
the funeral services Friday of
Jasper N- Skaife wer Mr. and
MrsAl Keene, Mr. and Mrs. Car
ter Keene and Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Coffin. I '
Mrs. A. L... Collins arrived
home Wednesday after a month's
stay In Missouri. Mrs. Collins has
been at the bedside, of her aged
father, who has been ill, -but la
AND RK5HT IN
VHO IS THIS
KAT HXP9T WHO
LIVES IN TVe
By CLIFF STERRETT
By BEN BATSFORD
' cce,TOC -we gotta.
DO MOCSr I TiuHK
oughta Ger STAreo
on cr tHT away;
By eJIMMY MURPHY
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