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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 22, 1931)
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Report Is Made at Pomona
. Meeting at Macieay
On Wednesday i ;
More than' 200 people from ill
farts of , Marion county were In
attendants at the meeting of Mar
lon count j Pomona? grange which
was held at to Macieay hall on
Wednesday with Macieay and
North Howell as joint hosts.' , , ;
All nt t.h Pomona, officers were
present including L.. S. ; Lambert
f Stavton. master: P. u. Mathew
- nvAHMr! Frink Bowera. leetar-
f er; C. H- Taylor, steward; Arthur
Edwards, assistant stewara; 'jars.
, . Arthur Edwards, lady ' assistant
steward; Anna Ferris, chaplain:
S. H. Van Tramp, treasurer; Era
;:JonM: fteeretarr: Helen Weisaer.
Ceres; Nellie Sandner, Pomona;
Flora Tyler, Flora; Ethel Fletch
er, musician; Mrs. Ellen Lambert,
Report Shows Big
The annual report showed that
more than 300 members hare
been added to Marion county
" granges during the past year". The
greatest gain was made by An
keny Grange while Monitor was
able to report that the member
ship there had -never decreased. -"
J. Teckenburg and" C. tTarter
were named as a committee to
, solicit membership for the county
Orange masters-who reported
"i were: O. L. Larson, Woodbnrn; C.
Carter, - Buttevillej A. Edwards,
Surprise; Daisy Bump. North How
ell; II. E. Martin, Macieay; J.
Richards, Stayton, J. O. Farr.An
keny; J. A. Van Cleave, Monitor; ,
Anna Iladley, SUverto Hillsj B.
J. Hall, silverton; J. O. Darby,
Union HllL Salens grange was re
presented: out tn masxer was not
Dinner: was serredat noon by
the women of Macieay and North
Grange Officials "
Among Speakers . '
: In fh Afternoon tha
hour opened with Pomona Lec
turer Frank' Bowers . presiding.
The program included -talks by
past state master George Pal ma-tier;-
a Mr. Lundy of California
and -Edith Tozler Wetherred, lec-.
turer or Us we go grange. - ; - -,
Mm - TeroT- Raann at . ' North
Howell gave two readings and a
Quartette consisting of Mrs. 2aui
Silke, Mrs. O. Baker, m. jk. Mar
tin ant W. R. Branch san two
numbers' with Mrs. "Jessie Coomler
as accompanist, p -
. C. XL tdwards, district j deputy
for district number one spoke on
the agriculturaljiltuatlear! u
j- The resolutions committee con
sisting of S. H. Van Trump, A.U.
McCully and W. A- Jones report
ed four resolutions all of which
were adopted.; These were: op
uuliir thk nronoted cream rrad-
iag law and land settlement biU
ernecterf to he Introduced hi the
legislature, protesting the i appro
priation of $75,000 of state
mnn for tha Pacific Internation
al Livestock Exposition and pro
testing the use of oleomargarine
and commending those - grocers
who do not offer it for sale.
Seventeen candidates took the,
fifth degree in the Pomona lorgan-
izatloiu- -j n
Those trances renorting!' 100
per cent Home Economics com
mittees were: Monitor, Silverton
Hills. Woodhnrn Turner. North
Howell, Macieay, StaytonrTtTnlon
Hill and Fairfield. : ..
i The next Pomona meeting will
ha at Butlevilln with Wood burn
and Buttet ille as hosts.
Robert McElheny, 88, of Ridge-
way, Ohio, has been in the grocery
business 56 years.
rs. Emma U. "feroderieky of
fice manager of the Bend -Credit
asiociatlon. will ; be tho speaker
at the regular - noon luncheon
meeting of the Salem Credit as
sociation at the Argola on Fri
Mrs. Broderlck V. is In Salem
ifnrtnv Uia lerlslstlv session and
Is Se-rring as secretary to Frank
Lonegran. speaker of the ' house
of irepresentatlres. She has been
active in retail credit : work In
Band -for some time and (will ex
plain the methods used by the
Bead association.' ' ' -'
The membership In the Salem
association - la Increasing' rapidly
and Eyerette ' Dotson, chairman
of jthe program committee has
announced that Interesting pro
grams' are being planned for. fu
ture meetings; ' -' ; ;
- Straightened in
, I Library Story
Slight errors were made In The
Statesman story In regard to the
work of the city library during
thel past year, according to Miss
Mand Covington, librarian.- The
newly' elected-bf fleers of the li
brary board are Dr. H. H. Oiinger,
president, Mrs. Curtis Cross, vice
president and W. H. Burghardt,
secretary. , : . -
The Increase in circulation was
1930 over 1929 rather than 1929
over 1928. This increase was
4742. The Increase for Decem
ber alone was 1732 over; Decern-,
ber 11929. -
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Qets the Fullest Measure, of Value
Here EVERY DAY
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Are Strongly Made.
And Cut for Comfort
Tay-Dajr" overalls are made fo ottf
own specifications and represent very
high grade workmanship. They are
UNION MADE of very durable 220
blue denim and axe cut full and roomy
to allow- freedom of movement Made
with 7 big pockets bar tacked to pre
vent ripping and triple stitched. REAL)
overalls . . . and REAL values 1
In the Right
Made of fine
Sturdy in wear
Jng quality and
Of excellent Quality nalnsool
athletic style, reinforced back.
.YooTl get long aftd satisfactory
Wear oat of the heavy vppers
and tough, tire tread stock la
these sturdy boots!
V en's durable, heavy quality
Vork gloves. Of heavy can
vas, Gnnn cut, with red knit
wrists. A real value, ,
For Sturdy Service
1U Btz UuT Shirt bt
on the JoI
Our Work Shoes make good
on the job; w 1
Fine all around work shoes
in either i Elk, Roscite, : or
3Iade with either Leather or
Composition soles. . '
$1.59 - $4.98
for 'Men .
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Good quality cotton socks with loop top and. toei la
black and other plain colors. A really fine value in hose
for everyday wear.
Jhese work suits are made
of khaki, denim or hickory
Stripes. The set-on collar band,
triple stitching and closed fly
are points to remember. Made
with eight pockets in sizes 34
to 44 and extra sixes. -.
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ies (free, of course). Well, that has proven to be true, with this exception: Our riches are hot the dollars we
idence of the people we j have the pleasure of meeting and serving
havemade they are the respect and bdnfj
through the years. I We Just want you ,toknow
that; we do appreciate your confidence in us as much as we
appreciate your patronage, and we hope always to sho w that appreciation by giving our best.
Court Street at
This Sugar is Just a Bit
Coarser Than the
Finest Granuated, But,
it is Just as Sweet
and of ks High Quality
" as the Best !
v Not a Chain
100 lbs. $4.53
Don't Confuse With'
Second Grade k
:49-lb. Sack of the Bes
While the Price of This
Flour is Very Cheap,, h
: I Don't Imagine
You Get Any More
Value Than You
'V ' Pay for! (
x 49-lb. sack i
75c ; -
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" Aii All Hard WlUait
Flour" i. - ' .'
'f .s 49-lb. sack V '
We Have Another
Truck Load of Those
at the Same Price of
And They Are Really
Very Nice, Too
Indian Island Fa
Large Cans, 2- for
Of Course the Difference 1
"r-ixi Dainty Bits and the t '
' . jFancy is the i
Size of the. Pieces, and i;
Many People Prefer the .
. Dainty Bits
And There is a Saving
" , of 9c-:
2 for. 2S3
' Fancy '
Cove Oysters i
-Regular Site Cans
Fancy, Real Quality
, :Peas,' r;i
White or Garden
No. jl Cans
Island Standard It
.Large Size Cans
Large Cans, 2 for
Tomato Soup 1
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Rosedale fchoice Sliced
Lemon Cling f
Large Cans, 3 for
'Have You Noticed That
; I Have Completely ';; r
t : Overlooked'
Mentioning" Our ,
.It8 a Shame, Too,
: Because You Can Get
the" Best Meat j
in the Whole Country '
'. ; at These Two ' i
ProbablyNot the ,
Cheapest, Because We" ;
1 - Don't Feature That.
. Kind of Meat!
Strictly Fresh Standard
1 -i Eggs -
Smaller Eggs, of Course,
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1 But No More
. 3 lbs.
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Pennick's Crystal White
' 5-lb. pails ;
at Our New i
is One of the Outstanding
Values in Uur Whole
t Store ' j - !
' The Finest Loaf You
Can Buy--,MI i
l-lb. loaf 10c
1-lb. loaf 7c
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