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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1931)
F. S. Laughary Reelected
President of Associa-,
. MONMOUTH. Jan. 2t The
auinaal election of officers and
directors of the Monmouth Coop
erative creamery and Warehouse
association was held this after
noon In the L O. O. F. hall, and
was preceded by sumptuous
noon luncheon serve4 by the as-'
chelation's officers, fojthe patrons
of the organization and their fam
ilies, numbering three ruBdre
sermons. . A short DraKam Of en
tertainment . was presentea njiot transient breaks by -corn and
Manarer F. E. Mnrdocjc, ana in
eluded, these numbers: A piam
accordion solo by Mrs. Charles
Cal breath, who responded to an
encore; a aeries , of tumbling acts
!y Cttus Urmey and Kennet M?t
eon, students of the Oregonor
tnat school;' and a vocal number
and an encore by Merle Wilson,
with piano accompaniment by
Mrs. Calbreath. ; . " -
- J. R. Beck, county agent of J
Polk delivered the address of .the
day. opening his talk with" refer
ence to the splendid attendance
which was. he said, the largest
gathering of farmers that he had
rer observed on a business meet
ing of their own. In Polk county,
i His topic, "How Times Do
Change." was a constructive re
tome of the broadening of farm
products' consumption In general;
and of the improved methods of
accomplishing farm labor with the
attendant reduction in production
Costs. i : '
Pertinent excerpts from Beck's
talk, refer to the recent method
of utilization of many former
waste products, such as tomato
eeeds, from catsup, which now
are converted into , an oil from
which toilet soap is made. Apricot
eeeds from which a flavoring ex
tract Is derived; and corn ; stalks
which are turned into rayon. '
The cow. he said, has been the
foster-mother of .humanity since
ancient times; and in addition to
the many dairy products she- fur
nishes, are the wide range of in
cidental articles manufactured
from casein, an element of milk.
Artificial ivory is the fundamen
tal derivative, which is utilized
(or toilet articles, plana keys, tU
Siarff balls, fountain pens and the
; ; An elaborate computation " of
time necessary for "the complete
process of producing wheat from
planting to harvesting, has been
recently made in Montana, which
provides the ratio of three min
utes of one man's. time, to one
bushel of wheat.
The dairy Industry which fur
nishes, .according to statistics,
about 26 per cent of the average
farmer's income.-Is actually twice
that of any other one enterprise. J
, Financial Conditions Good
' Manager Murdock's annual
printed report, compiled from an
audited account, showed interest-
Ing figures. Daring the ten years
no has served the creamery in -his
managerial capacity, the financial
surplus of the organization lias In
creased from $7,009 to $40, 0(H).
Improved conditions of various
torts have been introduced within
the past ten. years, among which
Murdock mentioned the introduc
tion, three years ago, of a pre
. zninm paid for sweet cream which
has raised the scoring quality of
Monmouth butter and kept It con
stantly on a high rating.
During the past year, thrice
weekly truck service In gathering'
cream, has replaced the former
twice a week method. The extra
cost to the creamery' association
Is offset by the fresher quality of
cream. Despite depressed prices
of dairy products generally, this
creamery has paid an average of
36.4 cents per pound for butterfat
during 1930. ;
F. S. Uaughary, president of th
associaUonsTn?ett inception was
reelected; New directors elected
were: Thomas. Hi Gentle and
Claude Boothby reelected, Ed
Rogers. ' 1
Students -6t the lural Life club
of ho Oregon Normal school were
president, and collected cash con
tributions for the National Red
Cross relief fund.
The contract acreage of logan
berries for the Oregon Packing
company is about 125 acres; rath
er than 250 as was recently re
ported, according. to Rax Hoff
man buyer for the company. He
denied reports that the company
would soon be in a position whera
- It would not need to depend on
pools and independent growers, i
Our acreage - win nowhere
reach- our- requirements! de
clared Hoffman - in commenting
on the report. "We will be out as
usual after loganberries next sea
son and the season after; and
.growers should not ..feel wa have
enough acreage under thel con
tract to be out from under ' the
necessity of going out and j pick
ing up our requirements! "We
made our pool bid tor good and
sufficient reasons but it had
nothing to do with any tonnage
we flaay develop from contracted
acreage later, and the contracted
acreage won't keep us out et the
market later." !
Emmons Estate t
Filed in Court
Estate of W. W.Emmoni, Sa
lem business man who died! hero
January 24. was admitted to pro
bate, yesterday, -with the will at
tached. The estate, of which
Sarah Eda Emmons, the widow.
Is made executrix, is valued at
$2,700. all of which. i personal
- . 1 he will, dated November , 2,
192S. boaueaths $10 to each of
jthe clijidren: Carl W. Emmons,
Of! W! ACREAGE
DROUGHT NEWS ADVANCES WHEAT
BUTTER AND BUTTERFAT UP CENT
Purchases From Can
ada Also Factor in
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CHICAGO, Jan. 29 l(At)
Wheat ! advanced more than 1 H
cents a bushel today to the high
est level In two weeks and held
most of . the gain. Multiplication
of ' drought complaints .from do
mestic j winter - and spring: wheat
belts. j including Canada!, ! was
largely responsible, together with
iff export purchase from Cana-
a. T&e advance was in the fa
rye to new low price- records
- Wheat closed irregular, varying;
from a shade lower to 2 cents up,
ccrn at 8 to 1 3-8c gain, oats
to i "advanced. ;
v PORTL-KD. Ore, Jaa. 29 (AP)
Produce' exchancF, t prices: batter,
- T; ttuulard 2S; prima f!rti 25:
M. freak extra 58; freaa
media nu 16. ,
- -4 , til'
Nuts, Hay and Hops!
POBTUnrD.1 Ore, Ju. AP
'-'' T wa 1 aula, California new,
S2-i2s; Oragan, new 2l28;
almomU. 22e: pDnu, HlSHc; pa
. -: filberta. l31e. i ... -
Hay waeleaala aoyiaf prices, Fdeiim-
Portland. Eaatera Orrroa iotby.
tM.90tri3; 4a aUey. 18l.SOi
falfa $H.MftlT.50: clever. SIS; eat
ay. SIS; at raw. toa; i aalUng
pncea $1 to 92 mora.
Hoa 130 erap. 154.
PORTLAKD, Ore.. Jin. -(AP)
. , Open Higk Lew Close
May .68 ft 68 68
Jul. : i 61 i si
Jan. . 65 65 65 i 65
, Cash saarketa: wheat: tig- Bend blna
item .; aett white, waarent wfaite .68:
hr winter, northern apriag; wet tarn red
.3. 7 i t
Oata: No. 2 88 la. wkite 2Jt.0.
Cora: Ka. JE.T. ahipneat 27.75. i
,-UUraa: Standard 17.50.
, Portland Livestock
PORTLAND, I Ore, Jan. 2 (AP)
Cat t la 65. ealree 10; aboat steady;
Staars 6QV-MO - ffe4 .50B.10:
medium 7.56ra.60; eaonaoa .t5(a TJJO.
Steera m-XVM lh., good 8.50.10;
medtam T.iKa I SO- roaman s asrivn
Steera 1100-UOO lba ead .23ftiB5:
7.2i8 25. Beilera i 6oO 850
-faod T.50R8.25; madiam I 8.50 &
7.6j Maaa S.S6.50. Ooiri, Cod
6.25a75; common and madiam 5.000
6.85; low entter sad aatUr S.S05.00.
BaUa (jearlinn excladed) I.0O&5.75;
entter. eommoo and madiam -3.25 5.00.,
Vealers. milk Ui J0JQfflU66t medium
60 10.00; call aad cmum 5.50
9.SO. Calvaa 250-5 iba -ad and
choice 8.50 10.50; aomnoa and medium
Has 1650. S5a Wwcr. f at ( alajriar
elaasea. aadera. ataadr ta atrowS-
(Soft or tnf ltare 'ad roaatins ptca
etwded. Ufibt lie 1 Iba- $8.00
G9.2$ : light watc-t 160-180 I, e.T5Q
.00; Jigh reiht 18O-S0O lba,
8.00: medium wetefct 220-250 Jba, 7.75
fte.TS; 1iear weight 20-S50 Iba, U4
0.O: heavy- wrirht 20-850 Iba. 7J
8.25; keavy weight S20-S50 !ba TjOO
8.50. Paekiac aowt 275-500 Iba, 8.50
(57.75. Feeder and itocker pin 70-180
lbs.. S M 10.00. i r
Sheep 100. eteady. !
Lamba 00 Jba dawn 88. T5 725; ma
diam 5.30g6.75. AU weichia, iwrnM
4.5A05.8O.. Taarliac weikara 00-110
lb., madiam to chak. 4.005.50. Xwet
0-129 tba madiam to chelae 2.50
8.50; ewea 120-15O Tba' madiam to
choice S.25.5: aU weitbta. nU and
common 1.50 S. 25. j
PORTLAKD, I Ore.. Jan. t-AP)
UHk ateady raw milk . ( 4 par eenth
$2.00 -per ewt.. diiTerad Portland Jati 1
pe eewt; srada C willk. $1.50. Bntterfat
datWered In Portland 23e. : 1 ;
Pelttj eaady fbnyi prieea)
Alive, neary hena ever 4H the.. 18e: me
dium nens. 8-4 lba. litttlUl ligU
hem 12ClSe; aprinrt. 20c; Pakia docks,
4 Ua., and over, 222J; colored dacka,
16lc: tnrkeyi, K. 1, 23le;
feeae, -1718e. : r :
Patatoee steady !Co. 1 fniti. $1.73
02.00; Ka. 2, $1.1 5(1.50 ; Florida, new
82J5Q2.50 per 60-lb. tack.
PORTLAKD. ! Ore.. Jan. AP
Traits and ref etsbles, - Freih fmit or
tnces. narels. packed, $3 4.50; jumble
atoek. $2.2582-50; crapefnxit. riorids,
S3.5C -5j Ariaoaa. $3.25 Times, 6
doa. eattoa. $2S0 : bananas. 6 lb. Lem-onst-CaHfornia.
$5.3w6.e. ' '
Ctabbare local. lle lb. Potatoes
rera Dascimtea, $l,8Ol-70; -local,
11.25; Klamath em, $U! Xiia,
811.50 eentaL Mew potntoea Texas
t'rinmph $J.r5g2.S 'for 50-th. 8ead
potataaa local, i 2 ft 2 ta lb. Onions
tatting arrice to retailers: Oresost. Ko. I
Hathonsa xhabarb Waiblnctaa: extra
faney $1.20 1.25; toncy, al.05(1.10;
ehaeea. -w5e par has 15 lba. Drefea,
Vi. 1 1U. tlm. 9 a 15 0 lbs.
I irttehe-kee S1.2ftl.6S dasan. Spinach
1 local, $1.251.4 erangw "hox.
- Crsnharriaa eastern. $ijzo ddi.
Hack UberrUa fancy. UQ12e lb.
Celery fancy. 50a - per dot;
hearts. Sl.aO do. nnaebaa. Peppera
bell, creen, lrOr. Owaat potatoes
Califarnin. lh,? aastern, $2 25
buxbel.- Canltf lower Oregon. $ 1 & 1 .50 ;
Oahforwia, $i.515 errts. Gar lie
new, 843 M. Tomatoes hathanse. $4.65
nU Meaieaa. $i.04.25 Inc.
repaekad.: Xttnea Imperial Talley. $2
QS par rata.. -; j;
PORTLuiVQ. Om.. Jan. AP)--Dressed
tosOUt aUinfprica to retail
ers: tarkejs. poor U oo4, s5SSe.
drnsks, 15e; (mm, 10 a 10s; capons, SO
SSO Ih. ! :
Ralph W. Emmons, Luclle Em
mons aad Marian Emmons Mitch
ell. The balance ia left to the wi
dow. ; i - -, I a :.- 4, -'
. Roy Burton, E- - L. Crawford
and Haselle Gearhart are appoint
ed appraisers. ' h V1:-
, ,."- . ..r .
j Berries Asked
- A special deputy Inspector for
the Wood burn oerry district has
been requested ef the county
court by H. JL Merrlam; district
horticulture daspeetor. J
He- requested that- a budget of
$500- br set aside for the work
which would "toe not only for in
spection -ot- XHrrsertes. fields-, and
berries, but also wosld be tor as
sistance la the light against the
red berry disease The court has
so far taken no action. t
Grade 1 B raw 4 milk,
delivered in Salem, f 2.00
cwt." ; ': ': ' T ' ? '
Batterfat at farm 23c.
Salem 23c. ! -
ttlxht axs rsasTAxxjis
Price paid to r rowers by Salem borers.
January 2. 1931,, ,
? Applss. r-ny , , e
r Hedioms ra.i
Onions . - .- ; i
u. a Ka. i ; ; .-; 40
c. s. so. a ., . . ,. 99
' PEED! -! r; : i.j
' KataU Prices : 1
CaU meal. 25 lbs. 1.80-1.85
eeraten. ton-: r.onni
Corn, whole, ton
Cracked aad (roond. ton 88.00-41.00
Mill ran. ton 2 0.00-2 2.00
Bran, ton en m.oi on
ECf mass. ewt. : 1.85-2.83
Roo iters, old
GBAUr am bat
Wheat, westers red r
Bariay. ton to .23.00
Oats, crey. ba.
White, bo. - t
Hsyi baring prices
OsU and Tetch, ton .
Alfalfa. Taller, aacond enttine 18.-18.
Rastarn Oregon " fta
WAL UTI -
North Pacine Kat -rowers Assa. Prices
Fancy , , $
Standard - -
Soft shell . I .
iiarge , , -
(Ie.jTerad In i-pooad bags)
1 Afft amber -sires . ,
Halve and ptecas
TfcHJfirH WCM6RE j
Tt STAY OUT
BOUNDARY LI KS
LET HS TAIL.
FALL. C?Uea XT
"POLLY AND HER PALS'
THE JOB OF
FUR THEY CX?ME AN'4
t C-OSO FAST m
'-4glikT iVe lost tffl
Jf( 1M 'EM.
LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY
v- ucacrrineeaPAM&ssc" n aj1' US LOCKS
TOOTS AND CASPER
H0UY SMOKE I (
( THE PAPER 3AV. - J V airrrSftiC.
"IMS BABY" "THAT WOU S 0 PX05P
( THE SABV CCJMTEST H )( J5l. .
V 3rOrM-V WTO "THE. MOV1EW V, l
Vat one-thovsanp wxs
The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem,
Egg Market is Steady
; JVith Receipts in
; Good Volume j
PORTLAND, Jan, (AP)-i
Produce exchange Quotations op
ened 1 cent higher oa all grades
of wholesale butter today as re
sult of demonstrated strong tech
nical position of the local fnar
ket due principally to scarcity of
fresh supplies of butter scoring
from 89 to 90 points. The quo
tations adrance brought kbout at
so a cent adrance of the bid price
of creameries for. butterfat.
Quote ; : butter, extras, 2 7 cents ;
standards 26; prime firsts 25;
firsts 23, and batterfat 23 cents
f.o.b. Portland. Batter demand
by retailers was reported good, j
Egg i market continued - easy
with quotations unchanged. Re
ceipts were liberal and trade to
retajlers was of fair! rolume. (
Fruit and vegetable market
opened steady on practically aU
lines, only important! change be
ing a new decline- of 25 to 50
cents a box for rhubarb- to 90
cents to $1.25. Trade morement
was reported good as to total
tonnage rolume. j . - H j
Government market news ser
Tlce reported general conditions
In the trade as follows:
Cheap apples continue to enjoy
fairly good demand; but wrapped
and graded offerings are moTing
very slowly. Most jobbers report
thocale of 10-15 boxes of cooker
apples, for every box iof packed
stock. Export loadings are heari
er now, with movement from the
.02 to .0$
.0$ to .08 4
Hor. 180-200 lbs..
Hogs. 200 lbs, op
rJ W " 8Y
HlSTEWl - ,
Oregon. Friday Moraine. January
Pacific coa$t during the latter
half of January probably exceed
ing 700,000 boxes, acording to
steamship companies ! reports.
February loadings from the coast
also promise to exceed: 800,000
boxes , ' I '-'
PRATTJil , Jan. 2 9 iAa eleo
trio line extension will i be made
along the Frnitland road; a num
ber of houses have been; wired, j
Another extension will; be made
east of Pratum . as far! as Mrs.
Lorena Thompson A Silrerton
line is also coming this way and
will supply J. C. Currie, Adam
Hersch and W. P. f Emery.
Pratum Young j
4 People inPlay
PRATUM, Jan. 29 The three
aet play 'Civil - Service will be,
given at the school house jtonlght
for the benefit et the achjooL Mrs.
Harold de Vries is directing, the
play. :' '
The following young, people
have given much time rehearsing
the play and are In a large meas
ure responsible- for its success. : 1
The cast follows: Frank
Schaap, Harvey Meyer,' Elmer
Hansen, Otto Kleen, Rudolph: de
Vries, Daniel Bischoff, Arthur de
Vries, Myrtle Meyer, Edna Hah-
sen, Ethel McDowell arid Ruth
Ramsden. ; v . -; . I
irES TlSNTSQ DTXNEB . J
AURORA, Jan. 29 The niece
of Chris. Lutheran church are
giving a dinner during the noon',
hour ot Saturday, January 1
from 11:30 to 2:00.
pa menu will Include; hot
dogs, i sauer . kraut, mashed pota
toes, buns and butter, coffee and
appie and mince pie. j Special
sauer : kraut has been prepared
for the event by Henry Muessig
Other; chefs and waiters include?
Jake-Rueck, Otto Kuor,! Collier
Graham, Henry " Peters; Fred
Keil,. Henry Pardey, George Par-
dey. Otto Keil, Edwin. Frost and
like ia prarji
i(j tjupf ru. oust rfvrl mm
-YVL rVvoun old um Tiuu 1 s
"Just a Sleeping Beauty"
KaanwihiniiiM . !! an .
-He CanH do
Eyeev ixths,-pop j ucvj
i i-- nr
'JMisery Loyes Company'
r4EVn MINP ABOUT LO-SJN-r TH1
ABY Ct3r4TEHONr NOBCCrY
EVER VOT ANYWMEREL VtTHQUT
riRrr runnint intto alotcfi
HARD WCMOCMS T-rtEPrrPEeCE.
Bftwsen a chaMpicm and Trie
RtFUftCD "TO .
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Committees for Year are
'Appointed by VV. S. Muir
DALLAS. Jan.' 29 W. 8. Mulr
president of the chamber of com
merce presided at the first meet
ing of the directors since his elec
tion Wednesday noon.
' He announced the - appoint
ment of the following as chair
man of i departments snd mem
bers for the ensuing year:
Commerce Committee: C. B.
Sundberg, chairman; Tracy gay
ery, Ivan Warner, W. C. Retser,
F. W. WestfalL '
Blembershlp committee: C. L.
Crider,. chairman; Rea Craven,
Henry Kdigeri Clarence Curry.
Raw Products committee: J. R.
Beck, chairman: Josiah Wills,
Dr. Hayter, E. A. Wagner.
Finance committee: Dr. Pem
barton. chairman; August Riss
er, Leif Finseth. Paul Skeels.
Press and Publicity: Dr. Staats,
chairman: E. K. Piaseckl, Frank
Farmer, Earle Richardson, J.f W.
Campbell' , i
, CI ric Committee: J. R. AHgood,
chairman: R. R. Van Orsdel. T.
CStockwell. T. B. Hooker, Et J.
Page. - i . .; ,-
. Xcgialative Chairman: Oscar
Hayter, chairman; E. V. Dalton.
F. E. Siemens. Earle Richardson.
Manufacturing t H. O. Black,
chairman; J. J. Wick, E. ) J.
Hlmes, R. R. Imbler. (
- Highwaj-s Committee: W. M.
Dalton, chairman: C. B. Sund
berg, N. L. Guy, IL'G. Black, r
Special Committees L
Welfare Committee: E a r 1 e
Richardson, chairman; Dr. Star
buck. G. L. Hawkins, C. gtafrln.
Aviation ' Committee: R.'. S,
Kreason, chairman; A. L. Cleveland,-SL
C. McCallon. i
To Sponsor Swim Week i
The board decided on a 10 day
program for t learn to swim week
this-year, under direction ot the
Red Cross and will charge a reg
istration fee-of 25 cents per per
son. Tenative dates of July 15 to
25 or July 27' to August f were
it, but lie Does'
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Lead in Spring
RICKEY, Jan. 29. The
flowers of the community
eem to be doing; their best
to prove to the other com
mnnitles that Rickey Is still
the rami garden of Marion
County. .-- j 1
' . Pansiee,' marigolds and
c h r y s a n themums bave
bloomed in some of the gar
dens all winter land now
sweet rocket fa reported in
bloom In the M. M. Magee '
garden. Sweet rocket aaual.
ly blooms late in the spring
and while the blossoms bow
out : are qnlte small, - yet
-blooming they are.
selected, to be determined by the
schedule of the instructor.
The finance committee will
meet in the near future to pre
pare the 1931- budget.
The commerce committee will
meet soon to make plans for
some retail merchant activities
for the : year, ' such as a spring
opening-. . . j
.Some-time in February a Joint
luncheon will be held with the
Kiwanis club to hear a talk on
the Oregon education j plan by R.
R. Turner, superintendent of the
Dallas schools and a member of
the- committee preparing' the
MONMOUTH. Jan.' 29 Wil
liam Rlddell. Sr.. who is a patient
at . Good . Samaritan, hospital!
Portland, is being girea the can-1
cer serum perfected at ..the Saa
Francisco cancer clinic, which
has been of such wide interest InJ
the past IS months. Mr. Rlddell
is said to be the first patient to
receive this treatment in Port
land; and despite bis advanced
age ot 87 years, he is jresponding
with gratifying results! to its use.
His daughter. Miss tlabel Rld
dell is in Portland with him; and
another daughter, Mrs. . William
McCrae of Monmouth is la charge
of the Rlddell farm home here.
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' - PAGC SEVEN
William Sheridan, proprietor of
the Hazel Dell Dairy, announces
the expansion of his organization
by the lease of the Greenwood
Dairy on State street from the
Kraft-Phenlx corporation, a sub
sidiary of the National Dairy Pro
ducts company. This plant will
be utilized as a distributing sta
tion for milk and cream and the
retail store and lunchroom will be
continued ' as in the past. The
name will be changed to Hazel
Reick Bros., of' Macleay are
taking a one-third Interest In the
Hazel Dell, Mr. Sheridan retain
ing a two-thirds interest. They
are breeders of hogs and cows on
their ranch near Macleay. The
Hazel Dell will continue to be
farmer-owned and controlled as
Mr. Sheridan produces on his own
ranch much of the milk he distri
butes. . '
A new type pasteurizing out
fit has been installed at the plant.
Five thousand dollars , iias been
spent in new equipment and. re
modeling. .began distributing milk
about a year ago at 10 cents a
quart. said Mr. Sheridan, "and
have built up a large business
which now we can take care of
better with this station and the
pasteurizing equipment. I have
tried to be fair with the produc
ers and the consumers, glring the
producers approximately half of
the amount received for the re
tall of the milk. We will handle
grade A pasteurized milk, cream,
sweet cream butter, and cottage
cheese." - - i
. OFFICERS ELECTED .
NORTH SANTIAM, Jan: 29
North Santlam Union Sunday
school held their annual .elec
tion of officers Sunday. The fol
lowing were elected : Roy E. Ty
ler, superintendent: Oscar : Nev
ens, assistant Superintendent ;
Mrs. Glenn E. McClellan, corres
ponding secretary and treasurer,
Mrs. L. C. Keithley, organist; L.
C. Keithley, chorister; Opal
By CLIFF STERRETT
FAKEi THEY TOLD ME
THE TERRIBLE TOT
By BEN BATSFORD
By JIMMY MURPHY
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