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PAGD SIX ; The OREGON STATESSIAN, Salem, Oregon. Thnrsday Morning, March 19, 1931
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BRUSH CREEK,' March 18
lire. John C. Goplerud left Sun
day night for Portland, North Da
kota, called ; there by' the serious
lUaesa ot her uncle and foster fa
ther, EL I Swenson. -Mr.f Siren
eon who It 11 years of axe Is a
pioneer la j the prairie country
and one of the most highly re
spected men ot his community.
Mrs. Goplerud was reared at his
home. .- .i - !
The Gooleruds reeelTed the tel
egram telling of his serious S1U
ness at midnight Sunday morn
ing. It stated that no hope was
bald out for his recorery. Just
when she will return, Mrs. Go
plerud did I not know when she
left here Sunday night.
John Goplerud, Jr.; Is expected
home from the TJnlrerslty of Ore
gon where he Is a Junior, Wed
nesday and his sister. Inga, who
Is also a Junior will arrive home
Friday, They will spend their
spring vacation here with their
father, . j ....
RICKEY! , March 18 As FrU
day night j was spring opening
night In Salem plans of commun
ity club were changed and only a
social meeting was held. A reel
of pictures was shown by Gus
Anderson of Chicago a brother of
airs. Olive I Beardsley. ,,
Orral Beardsley. gave a group
of. i vocal solos with ' Russell
Beardsley as accompanist. Mr.
and Mrs. Oliver Brower sang sev
eral; numbers and Robert Brown
entertained! with accordian num
hers. . ;-"t ' -
. The next regular meeting will
be held the second Friday In
April. -Mrs, Minnie Jockel and
Mrs.: Tress I e Carlson the teachers
will have charge of the program.
Mrs.' Oliver Brougher and. Mrs.
J. Brown will- have charge ot the
refreshments and Eifle Flood and
Loyal Sheridan will act as pantry
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J. H. S.
SlLVERTbN, March 18 The
Jan lor high, school has selected
"Johnny Appleseed" for the op
eretta which It will present on
the night of; March 27 .at- the- Eu
gene Field auditorium. Mrs. Veda
Bennett Is directing it. .
The program will consist ot
tiro parts, a recital given by the
music . classes and the operetta.
The cast of -the operetta In
cludes: Johnny Appleseed, Clif
ford Severson; DePree. Boyd Wil
liams; Sam Howard Morrison;
Dawson, Norls Walling; two sen
tinels. Jack Oglesbie and Vance
Lee; Wilson, Nels Johnson; Mrs.
Wilson, Dorothy Pape; Big Moun
tain. Glenn j Scott; Faun Awake,
Evelyn Stewart; Fairy Mab, the
Fairy Queen, Irma Johnson;
Cleam, Grace Benson; Silver,
Meryl Terfy; prologue, Lyle
Specut. , I s
ELECTRIC SERVICE ,
EKTQID III ZIS
ZENA. March 18 The Port
land General- Electric company
has extended: lines from the
northern boundary of Brush Col
lege to the Zena corner, the cur
rent being turned on Tuesday. A
large crew of local men worked
ltft week clearing- brush and
trees from the proposed route.
' Those who will benefit from
the new line are W. W. Henry. R.
II. Scott, "Jesse Walling, W. Frank
Crawford, ML T. Me whlnney. Mil
ton Stephens, the Zena school
building. Wayne D. Henry, and
W.'N. Crawford. ;
Lawrence Marsh, a former Zena
fcoy and now of McMlnnvllle with
the Miller Electric company, was
In Zena Tuesday completing wir
ing the houses of Wayne D. Henry
and W. N. Crawford. Mr. Marsh
resided for years at the home of
bis uncle, the late Captain P. F.
Clark of Zena and . has many
SOX IS BOR3T
- HUBBARD, March 18 Mr.
and Mrs. M. H. Evens ot Aurora
ere the parents of a 9 pound baby
boy who arrived at the Anne hos
pital Monday. Mr. Evens IS em
ployed by the Molalls ' Electric
Light company, and his dntles for
the company cause him to be a
frequent visitor In the vicinity
' where he is well known. .
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KOW ti Ka. FerUaad
:15 Cooking schoeL
:0O Uiriiin. w 1 t-m Iran
00 Standard School broadcast, KBC
:1S Weatem Pams aad Heat. KBO.
:03 Tewa Crier.
:00 Ier Next Door, KEO.
:45-4aejiaa prerraa. .
"Oft ii frg-mm anJ n;.m
:S0 Staatdard Srsaphoar aear. KBO.
aan m aaaj, adu,
00 Demt Utie review, HBO.
00 Snort talk. .
:15 Tony Beppa.
:00 Merry Uu.re Ifelodiea, KBO.
:00 -Haale Bex erraa.
KQAO a ar. ri.rw.rtr.
00 Farm wm,r
:Oft Aroead the can pas.
:S0 Hoaiemaker Boar. .
: SO The Soma gardea.
:S0 Paras aroffrasB. - ,
RICKEY CLUB GROUP
BUTTER DROPS GENT; EGGS STEADY
WHEAT RALLIES FROM LOW MARE
Extra Cubes Hold at
Poultry up Cent
PORTLAND, March 18 (AP)
Wholesale egg market late
Tuesday and ' at market opening
today : showed a measure - of
strength, which had been lacking
many weeks running. Quotations
remained unchanbed but demand
was active, in some quarters at
premium prices, and receivers
stocks were readily taken up.
Some handlers reported receipts
barely up to needs.
Butter market opened steady
on all grades but extra cubes for
which demand was light and
prices unsettled. Later the lower
grades dropped a cent.
Heavy supplies ot country
dressed veal depressed the quo
tation on top grade another
cent to 12 a pound. Dressed
pork demand was good and quo
tation steady at 11 cents.
Poultry demand was active for
limited - supplies and heavy
weights were up 1 cent at 20 to
21 cents with medium and light
weights firm; at IS and 14 cents
PORTLAND,' riC March 18 (AP)
Butt-r, extras S9, fttBda.rdj 28, prim
- EST, tread extras 17, fresh, medium
f C -
Portland Grain y
POEtLAKD. Ore, March 18 -AP)
Deal xntitrea: f ,
Opa . Blgk Low OIom
tar ,,.,-88 - i sa es ea
Jul. 58 58 88 58
Caah markeu: wheat: big Bend blae
ittm .ST; ot white, weatera white .66;
harw winter, aerthera rprimg, weitera
red .. , i
Oat : Ke. S SS IK wkite 20.00.
HHlraa Maadard 14.50.
Cera: Ke. S . T. ahipment ST.OO.
Nuts, Hay and Hops
POSTLAND. Ore- Varek 18 APV
Kate walaata. GalornU aev So. 1. 20
25: Oreffoa. Mir. 2202Te: almond.
22e; peeaatt, iJVae lilberU. 15i
lie. i .
Hay wholesale bttfior srieea. ieiir-
ered Pertiaad, eattera Oregoa timothy,
$23.5023; do Taller. $191.50; al
falfa. $15019; clover. 16; eet bay.
SIS ; atraw, tea; eellinr price SI
te 82 aera. I
liopa 130 crop, 15 Q 16c.
PORTLAND. Ore March 18 TAP1
Cattle 100, ealres 19; folly iteady. ' ' '
steers uu-yuu lb., food 7.75fe'8.00;
diaat 7.00(a'7tTS: Common 6.00 63)7.00.
8ter tO-1100 H.. food 7.54 & 7.7 S;
medrnm S.7S7.S0: common fl.006.75.
Steer 1100-1300 Ibl., food 7.2507.50;
medina 8.23(17.2): rommoa 6.00 6.25.
Cowi, good 5.75 6.25 ; common and me
dium 5.0 & 5.75: low cutter and cotter
8.00 fS 5.00. Bulla (yearlings eacluded)
5.00 ijr 5.75; entter, common and medina
3.50(5.00. Vealers. milk fed 10.00(3
11.00 : medium 8.50 (f 10.00 : eoll and
common S.S0Q&.SQ. CaWea 250-500 Ibt.,
eood and ehoieei 8.50Gi10.00: common
and medium S.OOia 8.50.
- Hoc 200, atoady- to atroaf.
Snf or oily hoc and roastinc piei ex
Light lielit 1411-160 lbs S7.25JI8.25:
light weieht 160-200 lbt, 8.008.25;
liZht weight li'-20O lbs 8.00 8.25;
medium wri.'lit 20-J 220 Ibc, 7.25 8.25;
medium weight 220-250 lbe good and
choice T.O0n'8.00; heavy weight 250-290
lee., e.iiui 7.7a; neary weight 2o-350
Iben 6.2 5 7.50. Peckinpr low 275-500
lbs., 5.2&.7S; feeder and atockar piga
70-130 lb.. 7.5O(3.00.
8heep 100; tUinfr ateady.
Lamb 0 lb., down SS.75 0 7.00: me
diant 6.00 (a 6.7 5 ; all weights, common
5.00(36.00. Yearling wether 90-110
lb., 4.00 (Tc 6.00. Ewe 90-120 lbs., 3.50
4.25: ewe 120-150 Ibt. 3.00 W 4.00:
all weight, cull and common 1.50 Q 3.00.
Ponm.An n.. Vmk iip
Fruit aad vegetable : - fresh frnit or
ancee, aaeela, packed. S3.40; jamble
lock. $1.90 2; t rmp(rtiit. Florida,
S. 0 ; calilornia, S2.256SS.60;
lime. S-doi. carton. S1.50: bananas. Se
lh. Lemon California. 15.60 Gb S.
fttrawberrie Imperial, $0 per erate of
t.3 soxea. i
Cabbaee local. 1 U 0 1 V e IT. ' Pata.
tees Oresna Deachate. 151.45;
local. SOe $1.10: Yakima 75e1.10.
New aotataeS Flaria. l&OtU - lh
Onion ellinc priea to retailers. ' Ore-
fan. ?080e cwtJ Seed cot toe local.
4vSHe lb. - J -
Hothonse rhnbarh Waihington. extra
fane. 81.23; faaey, $1.10; choice. 75
S5e bos 15 lbs. Artichoke 60 85c.
Walla Walla, 75e('$l box. Celery Cal-
liornia, per aoi.; aearte tfos.
banrhes. Hnahroema hothouse. 60e lb.
Peppers beU, rreea. 20c lb. Sweet po
tatee Califernia,i 3e per lb.; eastern,
Calilowr Orefea broccoli. $1,150
1.50; California. ; 0e381. Beans
Florida. 27 He lh. Pe California, $4
crate. It317e lb. Gsrlie new. 710e
lb. - Temstoe hetbeaa $3.753.2S
crate of 10 lb. ; Mexican, $5.60 las;, re
packed. Lettnee Arizona, $4 crate; las
perial esl.'er, S2.S0fi8 erate. Aapararoa
California, 173 21 lb.
rOBTLASD, Oea, Karck IS (AP)
KiUt raw sails; (4 par coat). $3 per
ewt., delivered Portland leas 1 per eeat:
mr A . ft m tW If c A ( . J 11
ared ia Portland. 28c.
ereaiiry iratiat pneee) slie, aearr
kea er AVt lh., 20Jle; medina
hena, 3-4H lUe ISc ; light hena,
1 . per lb. . apriars, 20e ; Pekia
decks. 4 lb., and ever, See; apriafers,
t 2e; ew!r aek 1S,; tmrkr. M
Petatoet He. I traded. 05e!2$l,dS
ewt.: lis. S 0(25. . ,
Dressed poaltry selllnr price te ra-
Utlerst tarkeys, aeer to good, 3S6e;
daeks, S5c; geese. -lSe; eapoas, U Q
RIALL BOY VERY ILL
TURNER, March 18 The
yonng son of Mrs. Ada Sparks
who has been seriously ill. at i
Salem hospital, for two weeks
does not show the improvement
hoped ton Serious lung trouble
developed "with pneumonia. Mrs.
Blanche McCormlek ot Portland
wha la a sister of Mrs finarh-a
spent the week end at the family
some wmcn is wnn ineir lamer
C. W. Small la Turner.
JTJXIORS TO ENTERTAIN
BILVERTON. March 18 The
funlora of tha, anlnr rite-h vhnnl
are at work oa the annual junior
jamboree , snd have s el octet
March II aa tha nto-M n
tatlon. The affair will be given
ac we isugene neia auditorium.
Ailenooi orpa.nlza.Mnnn .
slstlng in putting on the vaude-
Raymond Werner is business
manager with Clifford Eklandi
sewJ.1 M fv , .f w f
Grade B raw 4 milk,
delivered la Salem, f 2.00
Bntterfat at farm 27C
Salem 28c j . - I : : i : -s 1
- TXVJt aX9 TZaSTAXIXS
FriM Si4 to gnwta by S1m kwyvrs.
i Uadiass ' TS-1JS
U. B. Kft. X
Cll meal. SS loa.
Cora, whole, tea 15.00 te Sl.00
Cracked aad ground, tea SS.0O-S9.00
Milt ran. tea -16.00-1 S.00
Bran, ton ,, -..1S.00-H.00
Ext ma, ewt. 1.85-2.13
ZOO I -
Springe ... ...
Media Seas .
.09 te JS
.o to as
CBAXsr ajto hat
Bnytog Prices ; f
Wheat, frestara red ', , 7 51
White, bo, ,. , 64
Barley, ton i to 33.00
Oat, rrer. " 8ft
Oata aad vetch, ton
Alfalfa, valley. Sad cutting 14.00-16.00
; Eastern Oregon 20.00
; Common . 13.00
North Paciflt Kb Orewcrs Assa. Prices
; Fancy , ,
: Lrre '
; Standard -Soft
Fancy ; .
(Deh rered ia 5-peund hags)
Light amber salves
Halves, aad pieces
s'o5 HAX ;
4o-4j os . 'at her home. f
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MICKEY MOUSE : ! "An Accommodating 'Skate' "
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POLLY AND HER PALS j ! "Th. Famii7 Tree- j By CLIFF STERRETT
I - if HOT DKSGnV DAVw f r ij 1 SUTTINag AUMT SUSIE. ALL, gj . Tfr
C SPRJMQ IS IM , THE SAP IN THE VvDRLD V5j U., .. '
(!AlRjr SfST, ) tf -I KNOW ONS SHOTS )
LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY
TOOTS AND CASPER
AHMl I UBArATUB
XVlr-e. HAV3 ClOMfl
OUT "TOGETHER FOQ THQ. s
FIRST TIMS. znrrs -rus
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Corn Demand Increas
ing; Report Bullish
On Wheat Stocks
CHICAGO, March IS (AP)
Bayers dtveloped sjekbone to
day after wheat had temporarily
fUen below the-season's bottom
price- record.' Bracing effects were
largely ascribed to. better shipping
demand for cora and to a bullish
report concerning domestic stocks
ot wheat on farms and in country
I The Farmers' National Grain
company announced " that ; anch
stocks were SO per cent lower
than last year both In winter and
spring wheat areas of Kansas, and
the spring wheat ares ot Minne
sota. North Dakota. Sooth Dakota,
Montana and parts of Nebraska
and Colorado. .
Wheat closed firm 1-t to
cents higher, corn 5-8 to 1-t ad
vanced, oata 1-8 to 3-8 np.
DEMAND ACTIVE Oil
ALL APPLE 6HES
j More active demand for applies
is being exhibited in practically
all varieties, and all grades. Pres
ent export sales are ainew highs
for the season. In many instances.
Several shipments of Rome eu
tys sising us and smaller have
sold abroad at very attractive
values and with Romes ordin
arily considered an unsatisfactory
-oa u At
.OS U MM,
Hog. tOO lba, ap
& tea re ,, , ,,, . ,
Dresaed veal .
"THTVTl CxU6f TO STAY
OUT I RSArJia U14 A lAV
WW MIM ANY 00I
LV - rM CUAKlX.twlX. Tuti 1 nn4 A
j X . "'-s nfca aww J
axnort variety. - Northwestern
shippers are quoM1 their Wins
saps at higher prices almost daily,
and demand continues good at the
advanced ralnes , both . at moms
and la the export trad.
Yesterday marked the peak: day
for Roseburg's cauliflower- load
ings thus far, with cars loaaea.
Dae to the active eastern demand,
and local buying competition, the
deal is now on a casn-to-growers
basis, "with yesterday's sales
around f 100 per crate of Nol
'flower. .--'5 , v
Idaho reports a firm, active po
tato market again yesterday; ana
improved inaulry is reported from
Yakima also. r. o. b. prices ad
vanced about Ic at Idaho points.
Onion supplies at Portland are
decreasing .due directly' to grow
ers refusal to consign at present
low values, and refusal, to sell
lower, than SOe per cwt. This
tlon by the growers has proved of
decidedly steadying mnuence. on
Portland's demoralised - onion
market. :.; i :
4-11 CLUBS BUSY
CENTRAL. HOWELL, March
18 The Clever Cooks and. the
sewing club met with their lead
er, Mrs. Mabel Martin, Saturday.
The sewing club girls had their
needle cases finished, and Beulah
Llchty was given the prize for
the best work done. , r -:
Imogens Wood and Beulah
Llchty were on -Che entertain
ment committee and Helen Naf
seiger, Ruth: Simmons and Flor
ence Hansen furnished the : re
freshments. . j 1
GUESTS IN PORTLAND
HUBBARD, March 18 i Mr.
and Mrs. I M. Scholl motored to
Portland Sunday and spent the
day with Mr. and Mrs. 15, U. Will,
Mrs. Scholl's uncle. The Scholls
were accompanied by their daugh
ter. Miss Dorothy Scholl, Miss An
na Knight, Miss Helen Knight,
Joe Weaver and Roy ClaypooV all
students of the Hubbard high
school. The students were com
plimented at a Sunday dinner by
their teacher, Mrs. Richard Fields
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" WEST STAYTON. March
A sneclal meeting ot the West
Stayton Growers dub -met at the
West Stayton school house. Meet-
lag was called to order by Pres
ident Fred Comstock. ' -
Mr. Gray of Salem talked on
public marketing. Mr. Gray gars
a Tory detailed talk on the pub-
lie market planned for saiem.
' Mr. Londy of the Salem Seed
and Orchard- company, was pres
ent. . '
Mr. Helgerson, representative
from Lily Seed company urged
the growers to get - their seed
orders ready and ordered.
some seeds are very scarce espe
cially lima beans. About 40 acres
of limas are being planted in this
section this year.
Will Merrill and Max Kelly ot
the Murphy Seed company of Al
bany were also present. Great in
terest Is shown at these meetings
as there is always a few new
faces. ;.;;-, r-...-
Mr. Stone is getting a line upon
the cucumber growers having se
cured quite an .acreage. Mr. Staf
ford will meet with these grow
ers as soon as they decide defin
itely how much acreage is to plan
W. H. S. STUDENTS
WO 0B URN. March 18
"What you are and what you do
are always synonymous, and one
is always on the same level with
the other, declared Charles F.
Walker, head of the Northwest
ern school of commerce, Tubsday
morning when he addressed the
student body at Woodburn high
school. He also said that each in
dividual is an artist, in that each
paints his own picture from the
material he has. The 'picture Is
the person's characteristics.
Among other interesting f sets
told by Mr. Walker was the ln-
& mt. mat f eetares Syndicate,
csmt.oc BOMEtuiMO cam YJrirt
rtev awo snMO'EAA Bar mow -, , : T L -rn
ACE VOO GOIMA KWOW WMECS ) . W-t-
TZ START tOOKIMe FDR A rtL ft - -MTt
-yT10tn sUas" i n SradscsV. sac. Or Bratala cte ntVj
i . i r, i a ii in inn n
.Irs. Jenny Yr en
HAZEL GTlTZZXr March
18 Aa ambJtJoue wrem has
set np housekeeping ia the
glove os the handlebars of
George Tkatch's motorcycle.
He tried to persuade her to
move, by destroying her nest
twice, bat when he went to
get the cycle, alter s few
days, he found Mrs. Wren
setting oa at nest of. eggs.' -
As it takes 14 days to
hatch the . eggs and some
weeks to raise the birds, BIr.
Tkatch will be walklna; for
some time, since be will not
disturb the determined little
bird.- ' ..k.,:;
15 percent upon education and
85 percent upon the person him'
self. The speaker gars interesting
facts compiled by a reliable in
stitute ' concerning successes and
what makes them. There are IS
divisions. - .'-'
WEST STAMJ TO
VOTE 0?l SCHOOL
WEST STAYTON. March 18.
- A delegation from this vicin
ity went to Salem Monday to con
fer with the county school super
intendent in regards to who can
vote at school elections, when
bonds are being voted. The dele
gation also called upon State
SuptC. A. Howard.
West Stayton is greatly in need
of a new school building, the
present one having been in use
for 70 years. Our population has
outgrown the present building
end steps are - now being taken
to secure a new building. An
election will bo held Saturday,
March 11 to rote on bonds for
the purpose of building a four
room room building with a half
GUESTS AT SCIQ
SCIO. March IS Mr an XI rm
Earnest Long of Eugene visited
aunaay at the nome or Mr. Long's
brother, J. N. Long.
one- III bctPwv ro smj& a MOaosy
it yja& toots
smmo went out!
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to. Great Sritaia rlrfci iw.'
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MIIUULIIIU UlkU 10
ROBERTS, March 18 Charles
Leeper recently purchased nearly
fire acrea of land from Mrs. W. V.
Johnson's farm. The land Join's
Mr. Leeper's farm on the north
and Includes the creek snd a
strip between it and the highway.
' Carpenter Bros. . hare rented
for a term of years four seres ot
land on the west . end ot their
farm to the Illlhee golf club. The
land has been partially cleared of
prune trees and will be used as
part of the 18 hole course that Is
Harry Bancroft has finished
building a double garage on his
farm here. He is busy now clear
ing some land north of bis house.
Mrs. 8. L. Spumes of Pasa
dena arrived Friday in Salem and
is now visiting with her sisters.
Mrs. Alice Coolldge and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie King of
Salem spent Sunday at the home
of Mrs. Alice Coolldge.
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Edwards,
June and Leroy Edwards and Mr,
and Dock Jnngwlth went to Jor
dan Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs.
O. F. Jungwith.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Blankenshlp
and family were dinner guests
with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blan
kenshlp Sunday. The dinner was
in honor of Master Philip Blank
SILVERTOfl F. F. II.
8ILVERTON. March 18 SH-
verton Future Farmers are very
Interested in their new addition
to their paraphernalia.
A huge mounted barnyard, owl
secured through, the courtesy of
B. E. Wiggins of Salem, has been
secured for the use of the offi
cers of' the organization.. The
owl, the, emblem of wisdom,
mounted on the plough. . is the
emblem of the Future Farmers.
By WALT DISNEY
TSiitT r isftf :
By JIMMY MURPHYj
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