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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon. Friday Morning. February 6, 1931
II U If U II HULL
Excellent Record Made by
Pupils of School
KEIZER. February B A num
ber ot pupils are on the .honor
roll at Keixer for not being ab
sent or tardy daring the last sem
First grade Mrs. Arthur Hol
den teacher, Oreille Bennett, Roy
Suda, Raymond Weathers! Sec
ond grade Darld Saucy Jr.
Third and fourth gTades-j Mrs.
Costello, teacher; Donald Addi
son. Arthur BHven. Emma
Browning, Irene Hamilton, Rich
ard Keener, Gordon Beecroft,
Albert Bennett. Mrtle Harold.
na Whang and Bessie Whang and
Helen Wilson. '
Fifth and sixth grades Mrs.
Eva Kelso, instructor. Julius
Harold, Harry Fukuda, Norma
McGinty,- Margaret T e r u s a ki,
Robert Rulifson, Mary Dawney,
Sylvia Claggett, Margaret Addi
son, Mar jorie Miller. Billy Keen-
ey and Evelyn Melson.
Seventh and eighth grades
Clyde Hoffer, instructor; iBoyd
Claggett. Lore t a Bliven, Herbert
Harold. John Neel, Grover ;Beti
er, Ruth Thomas. Rosie Turuka
wa, Blanche Betrer, Helen j Scott
and Hiroshl Kaneko.
Wholesalers report that trad
ing In most fruit and vegetable
commodities is being maintained
on an even price level, with prin
cipal commodities witnessing lit
tie or no rariation during; the
oast week or more. Lettuce, po
tatoes, onions, cauliflower, apples
and local vegetables are all in
very stable position.
Continued active demand for
small sized oranges is resulting
In price revision on the Portland
market so that 176s and smaller
will all sell at the same price, ef
fective upon arrival of current
Grapefruit movement is moder
ate, although with a weaker ten
dency. California grapefruit is
selling about 50 cents lower than
Hothouse rhubarb continues its
erratic price level, with another
advance of 10 cents per box In
the wholesale price.
Some rery fine local cauliflow
er is still being . obtained, but
much of the present growth is too
poor to Justify harvesting.
The west coast of Mexico is now
sending green peas to the Oregon
market, in addition to bell pep
nen tomatoes, which have
been available for several weeks.
Volume of all these commodities
tls limited. Quality and price of
the first car lot of green pe&s to
arrive in Portland was high, re
tailers paying 22 He per pound
pound for the stock on the Port
land market. j
SILVERTON, Feb. 5 Mrs.
Martin Hannan was hostess at
her home Monday afternoon to
the members of the Loyal Berean
class ot the Christian church.
Fifty members attended includ
ing the class president, Mrs. Alice
Kircher. Lunch was served by
committee composed of mem
bers whose names began with O
SILVERTON HILLS. Feb. S
An excellent program of music
and readings was given by the Sil
serton Hills Community club Sat
urday night. Among those ap
pearing onthe program were Mrs.
John Tschanti, Mrs. J. Maulding.
Mrs. J. Meirs, Jean and Orvill
Tecbantz, May and Cloretta Bai
ler, Yvonne Murray, Sam Bailer
and Virginia Bailer.
BASKET SOCIAL PLAJTXED
NORTH SANTIAM. Feb. 6.
There will be a basket social at
the North Santiam school house
Friday night, February 13, . pro
ceeds to be used In purchasing
an organ for the school, also
some baseball supplies for' the
-fcoyi.A program by local talent
at the- school will be given, 1
RKTURN9 TO HOME
JEFFBRSON, Feb. 5 Ruth
Rockaill who has employment In
Salem, became ill the middle et
last week and returned to her
Lome In Jefferson. At first it
was thought she would have to
undergo an operation, but since
coming home she has Improved
o much, that .this will not ; be
KOW 20 Kc. PortlaaWI
Prtdar, rekoiarr 4. am
T :0 IToUonl errice.
10:00 Prime ( Pep, NBC.
10 :1S Jonapaia) B. Oibswo, NB(L
10:80 Magasta of the Air, NBO.
11 :10 Maaterworks.
12 :1 Woatern Tan and Home. KT.C
10 Town ITner.
t:15 Aircraft talk,
S:25 MBO mmlim.
S :00 World la music. NBO.
S:SO Btaek aad gold room.
t:4S Biu et melody, NBO.'
A :00 Irama and literature. ' NBC.
4 lit The Little Thing ia LiXa. KBC.
:Oe On to Oregon preginm.
t:15 Hill BiUiea, NBC
9.XCH-KOJtO. . t
1:0 OmgonUa i tae Air
1 1 :00 Hoot Owl. -
12:00 Del aCUno'
S:80 Towm (Sock.
TO WhJto WUard.
T:1S Morainr fierenad.
Tt43 Tamily Altar Howr.
:0 Elmore Viaosmt, t. NBi.
:15 Jatin Hare. r.
PRICES HOLD EVEN
-;45 BUiio Loeilar Mm4V VoM.
EGGMARKET IIS:; AGMN
RAIN FOliECiASTEECxis BEARISH
California Outlook is
For Higher Price
! On Butter
PORTLAND. Feb. 5. (AP)
Butter and egg markets opened
unchanged as to prices and tone
today. , .. .
Wholesale egg trade opened
nervously under Influence of con
tinued liberal fresh receipts.! Sales
to retailers was of ! fair volume,
though some transactions were
forced at shaded prices.
Wholesale butter opened with
inquiry active for all grades. Vol
ume of receipts was reported
slightly increased but dealers were
inclined to hold back, stocks on
prospects of shipping south should
California prices go higher, as the
character of the market there sug
gests. Government market news ierr
ice reported on the fresh fruit and
vegetable trade as follows:
Trading in moat fruit and vege
table commodities la being main
tained on an even, uneventful
price-level, with principal coninio
idities witnessing little or no vari
ation during the past week or two.
.Lettuce, potatoes, onions, cauli
flower, apples and the local vege
tables are all In rery stable po
; PORTLAND. Ore.. Teh. 5 (Ap)
Prsdacs xchne. net prices: batter,
xtrs 29; standards 28; prime firati 27;
first 26. Egf fresh extra 18 ;j fresh
mediums 16. i
Nuts, Hay and Hops
; PORTLAND, Ore.. Tab. 6 (AP)
Nats walnuts. California new No. 1.
22gS3e; Or (Ton. new. 2228e; 1
ai(xiii 22c; peanuts. H12Vie; ps
em. 27c: filberts. 1521c.
; Hay wholesale buying price, deliv
ered Portland, ea&tern Oregon timothy,
$22.50(r23: do valley, $19 19.50; al
falfa, $16.30M7.5O: elorer $1: oat hay
$16; straw. S7(8 ton; selling prices $1
ta '- more. '
Host, steady ; quotations made a
spread ot cent. 1950 eree 15 (16.
' PORTLAND. Ors, TeS. 5 (AP)
Wheat futures :
Open High Low Close
May 68 68 .68 C8
J)L 62 6J 62 6"3
i. Cash markets: wheat: big Bend blne-
litem .6; o'.X white, western white voo;
bard winter, northern spring, western
red .63. . '
Oat: K. 2 38 lb. white 22.00. 1
' Com: Ns. 3 K. Y. hipment 27.50.
: MiUrnn: standard 17.00.
PORTLAND. Or.. Feb. 5 (AP)
Cnttls 60. We 1; about steady. :
ter 6-0 0OO ln.. good $8.85 & 8. 75;
mpdinm 7.35 8.25; common 6.25fef7.25.
hteera SOO-llOO lbs., good 8.25 C4 8.75;
medium 7,25&8.25: commond 6.2S
7.23. Steer 1100-1300 lbs., rood 8.00
63. .30; mediam 7 .00 fir 8.00. Heifer '550
8S: medium .50(.nj7.50 ; common 5.50
f6.50. Cows. guo4 6.S04$7.0 common
and sn'dinm 6.00S.SO: low cotter end
cutter 2.5Oft5.0O. Bulls (yearlingii
eluded) S.00(f6.75; cotter, common nod
Biedtom $.505.00. Vealers. milk fed.
10 0f 11.S0: medium ft.5010.0O; enll
anal common 5.S08.60. Cslfei 250-SOO
lbs, sd caoieo S.5010.SO; em
man and median 6.034(8.50.
Hog 1150, stesdy.
(Soft er oily ; cd roasting pigs
exctwded). Light light 14O-160 lb..
tT.TSrtli.75; light weight 160-180 lb,
850tVi8.Tr.; light weight 180-200 !..
8.508.75; median weight 200-220 H,
T.T58.75; mediant weight 220-250 lb..
T.60rrt-8.50; henry wwM 250-200 lb.,
T.25r3.25; heay weight 290-S50 lb..
e.00fa7.00. Packing aow 275-500 lb.,
6.50Tr.75. Feeder and stacker pigs,
7U-136 1U.. 8.75f 10.00.
Sheep- 125. talking steady.
Lambs. lbs., down, good and choice
$'J0drT.o; medium 6.00Q7.00; t nil
weigltts emmns 5 .00 6.00; yearling
wrther SO-lOe lb, medinm to choice.
4.04r5.50. EN 90-120 lb, 2.50 &
8.50; ewe 12O-130 lbs, 2.3503.25; aU
weiguat. col land common-1.50 g 2.25.
POBTLA5TD. Ore.. l"eb. 6 AP
Milk raw milk (4 per cent). 2.00 pr
ewt delivered Portland ies 1 per cent:
grade V milk. 91.50; butterfat delivered
in Portland 2&e.
Poultry (bnying price alive,
heavy hen rer V3 lb, lc: medium
hen. S-4fe lh.. 14e; light hen,
12c; spring,. 20c; PekU ouck. 4 lb.,
and ever. 24c: colored ducks, 15e; tor
Ibbt, Jfo. 1. S2e. i .
'wtatoAS No. 1 graded. Sl.752.00;
No-.. 2. $1.151.50: 4'lorida, new. 82.85
ft 2.5a per SO Ik. sack.
Dkm4 pltrr filing pric
Jailers: turkeys, poor to good. 26S8e;
dsvrk. 25e; geese. lOtJSoe: cspon. SO
(Site ib. j
FeK 6 (AP)
Presh fruit or-
Fruits and stegetaMeo.
I HCH, MTtU, packed,
83 (4.50: ji
kl. .toek. 82.104V 2.25: Brmpefrait. Flar-
ia tlSA4t: Arisen. 83.25: I
-. cart en. wi.an : , w i.
Lemons CmHfomla. $fi.25. r
.Cabbage kneel. 11 lb. Potato
Oregon Desckate. ai.eOfel.TO: loenL
8l 1.35; Klmmmth gems, $1.50; Takima.
Sl.l.v cental. ew poiw 1
trrnmaA. $3.10 2.25 for 50-lb. bg.
Beed potato local. JH'Jo in. union
-seine g wrico to retailer: Oregon No, 1
graA. 88e. !
Hothowo rhobarb Washington:
tra fancy. 81-lOfe 1-25; fancy. 11.0:
choice, SOftaVS por wee 15 lb. Oregon
N, 1. U.I: r. . s. t no id '- i
Artickokc i.so(i.kp aexen. cpin-
. ., ci Aiai.2S srtBfi box. f
CVanborrie eafctem. i oi. veiery
Cnliltwuin. fl-23 1-50 per do
Heart. 11.23 do, banc net. repper
bell, green, 16fci20e. Sweet potatoes
Ca.lifornin. 4Cv4Vie lb.: SUM, IZ.i'S
rVnahnl. Cauliflower Oregon, 81.15 Q
1.25: California, fl.2 crate. lis rue
cw. ft(lfcc Tom tee Iu4hoas.
M-5 crate: kiexion. $44.50 Ibr
renaeked. Laettnee Impereal valley.
82.75 6k S per era.
10O0 Glen Eaton.tenor. BS.
18:15 Robert f onsen, tenor. NEB.
18:80 Radio Boy Friend-. KB 3.
11 :o Meodow Larks orche&tra, KBS.
11:15 Bong Bag. j
11:45 The rrofessov. rts. :
12 rOO Weather report, newt. I
1:05 Merry Motorists.
l;li Ieirt4 Lecrure. KB 3.
1:45 Tnelma Lee. KBS.
2 :0 Mardi Ors. KBS.
8 .( Tn Chasers.
8; SO Sasatia aas. XBS.
:4S Tea Tien Tate. VBS.
4:00 Hi-Steppers. KUA.
4:1S Jsrenlle rrogram.
Hi-Stoppers. KBS. '
4 :4S Dean CeUin.
8 s 1 I jogiabsturo.
.- Haled let end Xemorie. KBS.
' t:8 T Hoetey gnaw. KB3, x-
lw:w orpbon ratt, bus.
11:00 Wito Wssnrd.
11:1 Vi Meswrs orchestra, KBS.
Utreo Tkm Kereilera. ,
8:80 Tan progress.
T r88 Binos Institute of tnev Air.
:lt .Stories Trow Amsviena Hurtory,
Grade B raw 4 milk,
delivered la Salem, S'iOO
Batterfat at farm SSe.
Salem 2Jc. i
rsrrrr ajtd vxasTAxxxa !
Price paid to growers by Salens buyer.
seoruory , iwjj.
Apple, fancy ,. . 2.2S
Medlnms I ,,.75-1.2l
V. B. No. 1 !
Ketail Pricef '
Calf meal. 2J lb. 1.30-1.63
Scrnteh. ton 33.00 40.00
Corn, whole.: toa : 35.00 to 8S.00
Cracked and ground, ton 88.00-39.00
Mill ran. to 18.00-20.00
Bran, ton ,18.00-20.00
Egg mass, cwt. .,..1. 85-3.35
Standard .... .. ....
: Snylag Prlcss
Medians hen . 09 to .12
Light hen .. 08 to U3
GRAIN ANli HAT
Wheat,, western red ... .... ... . 81
Soft whit ... , 54
Barley, ton 22.00 to 23.00
Oats. grey. fco. R3H
White, bni. 32
Hay: baying prices
Oat and vetch, ton 10.00-11.00
Clover ; 10.00-11.00
Alfalfa, valley, 2nd entting 15.00-1 7.0O
Eastern Oregon 21.00
Common ; 14.00
North Pacific Knt Growers Asa- Prices
Standard i - , , . , 1
(Delivered in 5-pound bag)
Lifc-ht amber halres
Halves and preeee
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Securities Weakness Is
Factor, Along With
CHICAGO, Feb. 5 (AP) Ex
tensive moisture relief promised
for tonight or tomorrow la domes
tic drought regions Imparted a
downward trend to grain prices
today. Weakness ot securities
connted also as a bear Influence.
Adding to the weight on values
were advises that Russia was
again offering wheat abroad on a
Wheat closed Irregralar, 5-Se
off to 3-8c up. corn to 4
down, . oats at be decline to an
JEFFERSON. Feb. 5 Th
play "The Corner Store" which
was siren at the Morning Star
grange hall Friday night by
members of the SeravelhiU com
munity club deserves much com
mendation. The cast of characters were all
members of the grange, except
one. Proceeds from the play were
equally divided between the
grange and the club. The club Is
making money to be used as a
Christmas fund for the year.
Attention I Statesman subscrib
ers. In giving a change of address
for your subscription be sure to
give your former address as well
as your new address.
02 to .OS
I ambs, top
.08 to .084
Hog. 160-200 lb.,
Hogs. 200 lbs., up
OB HELD OVER
10 E VOLUME
H per Cent Above Holdings
Year ago; Farmers Havel
Two-Thirds of That
Indication Qf the heavy- hold
over of Oregon onions la found In
the report ot storage holdings on
hand January It 1131. A total
stock ot e.07.000 bnshels Is re
ported In contract with the 8.
341.009 bushels on band January
1. 1930, or an Increase of 14 per
cent orer last year's holdings;
These reports represent; total
holdings of both growers and
dealers and consist of onions tn
both farm and commercial stor
age. Reports from growers Indi
cate that 65 per cent of the
stocks on hand are in the posses
sion ot growers while the dealers
are holding only 35 per cent, j ;
The estimate of stocks on' hand
is not an estimate ot the amount
that will be shipped by rail attar
January t. in ' addition It In
cludes that part of the commercial
crop available on January 1, for
sale locally, for movement to
market by truck and that part
which will be lost through shrink
age; spoilage or sorting after that
date. . - ; :
During the past tlra seasons,
carlet movement by rail : after
January 1 has averaged about 75
per cent ot total stocks estimated
on hand at that date.
Carlo movement during tbS
month of January, 1931 has
amounted to about 3.400 cars, or
much less than tor the same per
iod in previous years.
SMALL DAUGHTER ARRIVES j
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Feb. 5 I
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anderson rsi
port the arrival of their first
grand daughter, little Miss Bar-f
bars Jean Robins who made her
first appearance February 3 at a
Salem hospital. The tlay girl is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W-j
L Robins -of North Fifth street
and the sister of four year old Leo
i West Salem News
The annual father and son ban
quet will be-held Monday night.
February 9, at l:Sf p. m. tn the
community halL There win bs a
potluck Supper and a program
consisting ot numbers by the
male quartette, a .whistling solo
by Wesley Warren, accordion
number by p. Foelkl, feature
numbers by the Boy Scouts and
Friendly Indians. J. W. Simmons
representing the father's will
gire a talk and Lyle Thomas will
represent the sons. ,
The main address of the eve
ning will be by Dean Roy It
Hewitt of Willamette law school.
His subject will ha 'Tag. Tou'rs
All fathers and sons . of the
community are invited.
Mrs. Leonard Burgoyna and
daughter Leona with Mr. and
Illness Reported J'
TURNER, Feb. 5 Four new
cases of measles are reported in
the Turner grade school. The
first boy who had measles is well
and back in school. The malady
seems to be la a light form.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bones and
children, Hollls, Harlan Keith,
and Ruth visited their daughter
and sister Haset, Sunday at the
Pacific Christian hospital in Eu
gene. Miss Hazel who had ex
pected to graduate from her
nurses training course in June,
was taken seriously sick three
weeks ago. She Is much better,
bnt will be an invalid for some
Refuse to Sell Oleo
HUBBARD, Feb. 8 Hub
bard merchants hare signed
a petition to sell no oleo
margarine. The petition wan
presented by 20 prominent
Hubbard farmers who met
Tuesday afternoon mt Hub
1 - ! i. .
P IFFERBJT TTM AM
I HAD PICTURED
HIM! I CANT
Mrs. Conrad Fox senior of Salem
motored to MeMlnnvtlle Tuesday
where they were guests at a de
lightful dinner given by Mrs.
Cook of that city.
Mrs. M. TL Davis is lying crit
ically ill at her horns on Skin
ner street having been stricken
Friday morning with paralysis.
The elderly lady who lives alone
is the mother of George Davis of
Second street. Mrs. George Dsris
has been a bed-ridden Invalid tor
many months and her mother-in-law
was wont to go, la daily to
care for her. When "she did not
appear as usual Friday, her-son
went to her home and found her
lying helpless on the floor. Her
two daughters. Mrs. A. Feller ot
Donald and Mrs. Jos Ray of Al
sea are with her and a nurse is
la charge of the case. . .... : :
LEE FISH DIES
AT On CITY
AURORA. Feb. 5 Lee Fish of
Elliott Prairie, died at an Oregon
City hospital February 3. Ho was
48 years of age. and leaves a "Wife,
and fathers nd mother, Mr. and
and father and, mother,. Mr. and
several brothers and sisters.
The last rites will bs conducted
Saturday, Feb. 7 at 11 o'clock.
The burial will be at Rock Creek
4-H CLUB IS BUSY
BROOKS. Feb. 5 The 4-H
cooking club held their regular
meeting In the kitchen of - the
Brooks public school with their
leader, Mrs. Ray Barker in
charge. A review of the past
work was made and plans were
made to make biscuits at helr
next meeflng which will be Friday
after school. The girls hsve made
their uniform aprons and the
club purchased the needed cook
ing utensils. Members present
were: Norma Roberts, Irene Stur
gis; Ada Hutto, Mary Clark, Marie
Bosch, and Thelma Reed.
17 wmuct sss.
en OFFICERS AT
SILVERTON. Feb. 5 Grand
Master I Baker of Albany was
present st the meeting of the Odd
Fellows held Saturday night st
which the celebration of the burn
ing of tbs ten-year-old note which
has been completely paid, played
a big part. "
Theodore Hobard gars a talk
on the accomplishments ot the
lodge, i Other number were furn
ished by the orchestra ot which
Fred Baker is director; . Miss
Cathaleens Cnddy, Mrs. It. Gour.
lie, George Israelson,-Jim Gibson,
Boys Home Heads
Move to Eug&ne
- i i i
TURNER, Feb. 5 Mr. and
Mrs. C. II. Jesse ' moved to Eu
gene j Monday. They have been
caretakers and matron of the
Turner Boys Home for two and
one half years. The beard of con
trol bare secured the services of
Mrs. D. Morgan and O. J. H ill of
Salem who will look afte the in
terests of the institution ; for a
time until permanent caretakers
can be secured. '
The many friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse and their son Wlllett.
regret -their departure from Tur
ner and Join in wishing for them
happiness in their
WOODBURN, February 5
Special l memorial services for
Mrs." Eunice Bonney, who died
recently, were held at the reg
ular j meeting of the Woodburn
Rebecca lodge at the Odd Fel
lows hall Tuesday night.
The charter was beautifully,
draped in memory of Mrs. Bon
ney, who was considered a friend
by everybody. . !
At Tuesday night's meeting it
was decided to present- a shore
play at the next meeting.
By BEN BATSFORD
By JIMMY MURPHY
natupallV tUi were
SAW "THAT ruf, TOCfTe 1
TO 6A21N4- AT A HANPOrvE
Ctii UKE ME THAT NOBODY
LOOkTil 6000TO HDO!