A X : Tht OHEGON CTATX5MAN, Cakm, ' Ore-sa; Eatcr-- Mornlcr. .!.rch 23. 1931 p 4 f'- f . : noQEins euro TIEET DELAYE Ep!d:mb of rumps Causes Postponement for Two : Weeks ROBSBTS, Mare X7 The community elub meeting sebed vled for Saturday evening has beea postponed until April 11 be cause ox an epldrmic oi mump in the district. ' Tbe April meeting; will be the last until fall and a good program fiM beea arranred. Elmer Mlnleh has bad I0 baby ehieka hatched. Ha-has t-orotnaa 280 Barred Bock hens that are laying ow. . Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Casper and children also Miss Gertrude Hey- Am and Carl Heydea Ttsltea Kr. aad Mrs.! Henry Niger at Lincoln Sunday. .- ... . , '.. A number of the young people and children of the community hare the mumps. . Mrs. Ed Harnsberger and chil dren of Independence) rlsited Mr. And Mrs. J. P. Dressier Wednes day. ! : Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Kins, of Salem spent. Sunday at the home Of Mrs. Alice Coolidge. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blanken- hlp and little son Philip, went to Longriew. Wa -Sunday to Ttslt Mrs. Blankenahip's sister. Miss Verle- Smith. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Blaak'easnlp and daughter Frances spent Sun- day in Salem with Mrs. Blanker Ship's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Grltton. i - " Raphael Bettlncourt has plant ed about two acres of early pota 'toes. . : ' Work on the hops at the Rob ert's farm hers began this wees Men are also plowing the walnut Orchard. A. Harnett, who was llrlng in the J. O. Walker house has mored to the house on . the Meredith farm. The Walker house burned to the (round a week ago Son- day. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Currie and son of Marlon, Ore., hare rented the farm belonging: to Harle Mln leh..' . ; ' L iriTEBESTS II GERVA1S, March t 27 T h e baseball season will bo officially opened here April 2, when the Hubbard team plays Gerrals on the local diamond. The first baseball game of the season was that between the par ochial and Gerrais grad school on the Parochial diamond' Tues day , afternoon. The final ; score was 14 to 3 In faror of the Par ochial school. Rehearsing is the order of the day with the cast of tha student body for the play "Tlmmle Ton son's Yob" to be given at tha city nail Friday night, April 10. At a meeting of the grade school board held Tuesday eren ing J. F. Huston was elected as principal of the grade school for next year replacing D. R. Moses, who has tield that position for sereral years. Mr. Huston is now .teaching at Buxton, la Washing ton county. Heirs to tho property hare sold the Adam Plenart property at tha ? northwest city, limits to Mrs. Weigel, who has been living- In the east part oMown for the past two years. : Betty Annette was born to Mr. and Mrs. William Dennis, Thurs day, March It. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Stelnkamp Wednesday, March 25. - ' - COMMITTEES TO REPORT: ; SILVERTON. March 27. May or I. C. Eastman called a meet ing Wednesday night ot the ex ecutive board of the committee which has been earing for Silver ton's welfare work during the fast winter. Mayor Eastman ask et the various heads to prepare Tt ports which will be given ont f xt week. -' - - . ' - VISITS SCIO RELATIVES 'SCIO, March 27. -Mrs. Jessie Davis of' Portland has been Ti&It lng at the home of her nephew. It. S. Thurston. She went to Jef ferson Tuesday to "visit with rela tives before returning to. her home. Radio Programs Saturday, March SS JCOW 2 PrUa4 ;30 Darotional services. :1S -Marainf AppetUars. ;15 Oooking school. -:45 National Farm u Ht tear. a.a vr .. A ai luwy n 1 1 :IO Frifn policy hueiHt, KBOL I2:S) Talk. O. M. Plnamar. U :45 Praacia Iraka orckeatra, KBC t:0O Tows Crier. t :0O Uatin, XBC :00 Jui's Hourry Tit. t: -Black s4 fold went, KBO. S:4S Bits of melody. If BO. - 4:00 Orfam Bi piaao. 4: noop PmP, NBC. ' 5:1 Nw Mrriee. HBO. , S :00 Aaoa 'a' Andj. S:30 Bpotlirtit ravna. KBC 11:00 lHi Hihia'a rckaikrv 11:09 Hm( box srsaa. Konr 40 k. rrtUaa ' f.O KOI.V'i KUxk. -1 : IS Tha Karl Birsa, :S Nvlty ioo. :09 Tkraorli ta Wladar. iWKawuia, maaaabl. ; S :00 Marrrmakara. . , :S 4ane Kartaau. :00 Tha JyCaloiiaai. :00 Tatars atioaal Kiiekaa. .OOHaaa City Baavara, 10 u :00 iatea af tha Sir. - :S0 Tha Cockoa elnh. .OO Ntwntatr af tha Al. :0O Popaiar Orra aaalaiHaa. :30 Tha Priaa Clak. " 4 :0 W.B fcatTrra. :Si Jack as4 J ill" Tsvatn samal. :00 THnaar IHnea stsaia. . :1S Prrar' Kiiltary kasd. C33. :SO TTia Bohamiaaa. :00 KHJ kt'rrrmikT, :SO sath Eul PertUa4 faatara. , :0 Tha Byacopatora. ens s 10 II POTATO BUYING ACTIVE STOEMS BOLSTER WHEAT MARKET Butter Steady and egg Market Easy due to Heavy Receipts " tiT '. t aaaaaaaaaaHS)' PORTLAND. March 27 (AP) With duotatlons unchanged. butter opened steady with re ceipts moderate and .buying light while tone of the egg market was easy under Influence of liberal receipts and .price . shading in some, quarter in the Portland wholesale market today. " , Demand eoatinued active for practically all lins of country dressed meats and poultry at aronnd steady prices. 'Conditions in the fresh 'trait and vegetable trade were report ed by Government Market News service as follows: ? ' First California strawberries, arriving Thursday, showed excel lent Quality; and moved to the trade readily at S2.S0 per 12- plnt erate. ; ! 1; : ' Canllflewer; continues in rery liberal supply, with prices barely steady. Values range from 60c to 11.25 per ; crate, depending on ouality. -f;r - : i There is now fairly aetlve buy ing of potatoes in Clark county. and in the Willamette and Tula tin ralleys. Very limited seed po tato trade is expected with the Taklma valley, but several ship ments of seed Bur banks are mov ing to California during the next few weeks, f Limited purchasing power of Taklma potato growers is limiting the customary pur chases of Oregon netted gem seed stock. The Portland Jobbing mar ket continues qniet. with locals dominating the movement. Receipts of California aspara gus show mostly . fair quality. with really fine stock very scarce. Most sales to retailers are at 7-8c per pound, with an occasional fancy lot as high as 8c. PORTLAJTO. Ora, Uarek 17 (AP) Frodaca aiekaaf atat pricca : bnttar, az- traa zs; ataaaaida Za; pruaa Xirata 37; Grata 25. 1 ; Efgs, rak axtras'lT; fretk medioms 15. J '.: Portland Grain POBTLAKT, Or, Varck S7 (AP) Wkaat latmrea: ! . Opam Eiffh Law Cloaa fay L a 6s S SS Jul. " , , - 68 58 8p. -5SH 58tt 684 Catk markeU : wheat : bit; Bend braa aieta .ST; aaft wkita. wasters white .66; hard wiatar. ; sarthera. aprinr. welters red .65. , Oatar Ka. 2 SS lb. white 20.00. Miilnut ataadard 14.00. Cora : No. S . T. ahlpmeat 27.00. Nuts, Hay and Hops POBTIiAirr,,Ort, March 27 (AP) Kata walaata, Cahfernia new Ka. 1. 20 25: Orcoa. aew. 12 27e ; alaaondf. 22e; pea&ota, &12e; lUberta. 15 tie. - ?.- ... Vi,... Bay wkoleaala kayias price. deHrer ad Portland. Eaatera, Orrft-ea timothy, SM.502; do valley. flSie.50; al falfa, $15 1; eloper. Sl: eat kay, itraw. $7S tan; selUaf prieaa, $1 ta S2 aaarL 1 Bap lao crop, 15 16c Portlzvnd Livestock FOSTtiAKD. Ore., klarek 27 (AP) Catt! SS, calrea 10; talkias aaoatly ateady. ' f . Staars (600-900 Tit.) fe4 $7.75 8.00, uadlsai t.HQIJiO. eaaimos 6.00617.00. 8teers SOD-1100 lbs, rood 7.60 7.75; aaadiui S.TSdT.SO; cootaaoa S.00S.7S. Steers llOO-llDO Iba, coed 7.00 730; aaadiaai e.SOfrT.OO. - UeUers (63O-SO0 lba. read T.25&T.50t aaadiaai 6.Z53 T.tSl eoaaaaae 4.00 S.2S. Owe. faad 5.75 (wan aad aaadiaai 4.75 5.75; few easier, aad carter 2.50(4.75. BalU (raarliaca asdde4) S.OO35.60; cottar, naiiwoa aad aae4iaai S.T5S.OO. Vealera. aaUk fad S.5ai0.50; madias S.00Q9.S0; enll sod coataos 5.00 Q iJbO. Calves 250-500 lb.. 8.0039.50; eoaaaaos aad aaadiam 4308.00. Hora -5; aleady. (Soft ar ally here aad roatia plri aseladed). Lifkt MhU 140-160 k $7.5.50; liht araisht 160-200 lb, 8.55OB.50; Bsht weiht 180-200 tba 8.25ft8.80; aaeanua weifht 2OO-220 lba, T.50O8.50; aae4iaaa weight 120-150 Iba 75r.8.S; haary wairhta !5-tM Ib, 7.OO0S.OO; hav7 wairhta 20O-85O Iba., .507.75. Paekiaf eowa 275-500 lba, 5.42 7.00. feeder aad (tocktr pifl 70 180 -ba, S.OO0S.5O; Sheep 280, qaeuhly steady. Laaiba SO Iba. Sows. .T57J5: aaa diam 6.00 8.7 J: all woishta, eomraon 6.OO0S.OO. Teariias ' wethere 00-110 Iha aaadiaai ta choice d.25S.25. Ewes 90-120 Iba, 8.5044.23; ewes 120-150 lbs, S.OO04OO; all wairhta, call ssd eoatatas lOif 8-00. Fruits, 1 Vegetables PORTLAND, Or, Karek 27 AP) Frait sad vefetahlea. Preek frait or aacea, aavela. packed. $8.25624; Jumbla stock. SieOS; -rapfrmit, Florida, 2S.T3 4.85; CaUfoniia, $1.25 8.50; limes, 3-doi. cartos, $3.50; baaanaa, lb. - Laaasaa Califorala. $5.50 Q 6. Cabbace local. I6f2e lb. Potatoes Oreroa 1 Dest:auta. $1,2501.45; . local. SOee $1.10 ; Takiaaa. V5e$1.85. Kew potato Florida. Xi&li lb. Oaioaa eaiiias fric to retailers, Oreron, 706 80s cwt. f Seed poMUwa local. 1 Q 2H lb. Baabart loaL BaIk. T(39 Ik.- Ar-tif-Bke ftOi T5c Bpisaeh local. TO go aranre fca; Walla Walla; CO Q 70c Celery California. $1.75 per doa. heart, $2.25 per doa. ksstkes. kfarhrooma betbeoae. 0a Ik. . Peppet8r-baH, graas, 22 23c lb. Sweet potato aaeters, $2.T50 2.8. Caalitlowof Oresos broeeoll. $1-10 Q 1.23 srate. Baa Florida. m 27 lb. Pass CaUforaia, 4 crate. 15a lb. Gar lie uew.i 75110a lb. . Tastatoea atesl caa. S4.5e laff. repacked. Let tara Art son. Tama. 44.50 erata; Unpl alley, $2.50 98 craia. ! Aapararo CaU foraia, 1 Q 10a. - Portland Produce POBTLAlTD, Ora, ATarck 27 (AP) MtlX raw -mum la per cea.w. f" ewt., deUrared Pertlead loa 1 pr eaa rrada O aa ilk. $1.40. Batter fat dalirered is Pertlaad. 27a. - Poultry (bayiag Prioea) ell re, haary kaas arer 4tt - lbs, llej aaadiam hems, $-414 lbs, lej Urht kaaa, lea pa lb.; colored broilers; i lis, sad erer. $2 colored broilers ltt Iba, ssd rer, t(M Ttuf Pekls deck. 4 Iba, aad eror, tic: aM lie; rolored dscka, 15er tarkeri, Ko. 1 23 Q 12a. t PWatooo Ko. 1 grsdod. 95Q$i.4S ewt.x Kav t. S05. Draated pollrr eeTIlaf prleo U ra taJlarsi tarkeys. poor ta seed. tttUi Sacks, 25c; faes, 18c; capons. 82 0$3s Ik. . - " . . ' 1XOT23 TO - nOIXXWOOD . HOLLYWOOD. March ter Starr and family ar$ to be residents of . Hollywood la tha near future. - Mr. Starr has pur chased part af Ida-father's place and is Vending himself a nice new modern country hem. Am soon aa tha hsue- is omplet Mr. Starr General Markets i Grade 11 raw 4 tnCk. delirerM U Salens, f3JG9 ewt, -; j ;; -. Botterfat a farm Salens 27c - ! ntnT uro rxazrxzixn " Prlea paid ta urmwm by aieai ksyass. - siaras ST. ivtx . Apples, faacjr " , :. , t4 MeSl .ti-Ui VZOTTaXUS Oataas U. ft, K. 1 -a ' atan Prfess Calf aaaal. SS ise. j ae-i.es Berates, tea -Si.OO-40.00 Cars, whole, toa $3.00 ta $8.00 Crsekad ssd rroaad, (oa $$.00-18.00 KU1 ran. to lff.OO-18.0O Bras. Ua.iS.00-lS.00 Sss- aaaaa. ewt. , , , 1.S5-ZJ S ZQOS Ssytsg Prless Extras Standards .14 -IS Madia POOXTBT Baying Prises Roostan, aid -St -If 1T .IS -IS Sprtars Heeriea, kena kfedinan kens Light kens GJULOr AJTU HAT Xsytag Wkeat. wcaters red . -81 White, on. Barley, tas -, Oat a. gray, W. Wkita. Va. Hayt baying prieaa Oats ssd etch, ton 2 1.00 to H.OO , , . s n 82 S-.00-1S.OS Clorer .9.00-10.00 Alfalfa, Talley. 2nd catting 14.00-16.00 Z astern Dragon ... , ao.ow Common ,r .. H-00 HOP a mAm -if WAXSrOTS Vorta P-eifli Kb Orswsts rraaqnattaa , , Fancy - ' . Larga , --J ' Soft aheU ' Fancy . ,' - Largo ' 8Uadard lfayettas - Fancy Prices 2T .-IS JSSJ at Jtt lrge -ST (Dalirarcd in S-pwand kaga) Meats . , Light sake kalres ' HsItss sad piaas. .43 pxTnrza -04 wrn-a . 85-40 ""aig 1 Old ' -1 40-41 X irT, ' ' - SS : '." - j. - i - ... . - v- ' - - - - MICKJ-Y MOUSE ';; n'-r'Y- r""" By WALT DISNEY. i Jsyr v .tevs (?fT ?zxFy sAJl r (F 0w' POIXYANDHE i; j! 60lrJS TO DOSE OLTTTA THIS VtXJ, ASW? (learX MEL-JJ IT ALSO, t )THT SPRihJ6 FEVER rS JESSV BX WITH -jWSPRCS FEVER J Vt-OCH LIKE. I spoiki, 1 ( "-rr-y 1 ( AlIsTlTCHA, ) jt A OUO WIVES' TALE? THVj I SULPHUR AhJTiJV EPKDEM1C HESl THE, BUSTlHl'J I pSeo 2S' 7 LINK? ( A!NT rJO SECH AMIMAL, wAy vZ j : S5Q ; f resfsr I WsszriWMr 1 1 UnrTLE ANNIE ROONEY Lr AMP Ay COudsi, BE5Se,WUU bcims wee EU2crm- "-aaa-BBi aaaaaja aa . . an. . . ' u . a a - - an j n . . .- . -ja-x v SI SS , . " af I ST VV AT W ATy I I TOOTS AND CASPER , 'pW Growth- i - rtL PL AWT TH1 f TT1CV IN THEI P-y.-gg DOw-rHTj j TO PLANT IT Of IT MAYBG n V'r,'fe-Co) ? ANt WATCH IT -A MARK TWEt SamJ U "THS XL AROUNt ( .nr-V; - ii S2p Wpp .'i;,.:!;-:, U v:- ; ;. ; - .vo -vh-iiv-' :,!. ;' i - -;. --. - ; . - f ' , IN VALLEY Bullish Mova U hlihy Keport That Snow is ; Protecting Crop j CAG0.1aarch IT (AP) I Rising price for wheat today ac companied - laeroasad anxiety aboat , possible . crop - ' damage aottthwest as:a - result of low temperataras. Ball h ardor was curbed, howerer. by. reports that snowfalls preceding the cold wars rhad protected winter wheat from any material harm. - 'A -v Official sammaries ' ladieatlnx that United States spring wheat seeding would ba reduced s.000. OS ' acres this season were largely offset by Prospects I- that winter wheat remaining for har- Test would ba 2,000,900 acres mora than last year. - . . Wheat closed firm, wswhansjed to 2 44 cents advance, the latter for Jane, corn 1-1 to down. oats at J-t decline V 1-t to gain. '-:J:-'-'- " "'M lIOVTXa TO KEWFOST SCIO, March 27. Mrs. H. K. Thurston and little daughter ot Albany haro been spending; ser- eral data with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Long. - Mr. and Mrs. Thurston will mora to New port Monday where Harold has purchased a harbor shop. r ' TKESTCH SERIOUSLY XTlt BTHNT March 17. -Jama Henjnm. a well known fanner ot this district, is seriously ill at his homo. Ha has been confined to his bed tor tho past ten days and prior to that he Had not been well. - . 45-SO 2 JS ALBA i!9wMs T-tniks, "tap Hogs Hags, 200 lbs, mp Staars .... Cow a T.TS U .OT na to .S Helfora j5-44w Draaaad real . Drsaaed kog W00I, Casrts Mediant -11 -IS ' -EeWOajr t I AJZEt ENOUGH PCX. jTT. 1 I BeSTCwe IEVEeM5 wWr.V I . 1 y I H Cn.CTTV TWUTiT TUlM-t 'V-.r-Ki lt" WMAT : .rf- SS I' L1IV I EEFIT EE is rnoFiw SILV-RTON, March IT-Ths dinner which the Neighbors of Woodcraft sponsored for tho 811 rerton ; cemetery tmproreaeat fund prored - v hlg suecess and approximately 4I waa cleared for tha fund. . . Potted plants furnished by Adams floral shop, decorated tho dining, tables. Mrs. Henry Stor lia had chargo , of tho dining room. .. Mrs. Miles Ottaway was chairman ot tho antiro. commit tee. - .Other assisting . Mrs. Otta way aealdea Mra. Storiio o the committee were Mrs. John Sea ley, Mrs. Mao . Higgenbottom, Mrs. M. "ran. Mrs. A. W. Oraea, Mrs. C PenelLv Vera Ottaway. Ottro Ottaway. . Other, members of tho. order assisted the com mlttee. . ' mi ww ANKENT BOTTOM, March IT JTha yonng people of Ankeny grsnga number f 40 will put their Mm a tf, www a la North Albany, AprU . Tho homo economies eommlttee of Ankeny grange is .uits busy preparing program tor tho has kst social ' which will oa giroa April 4 at tho grange halL tha proceeds ara to go to bay supplies tor the grange baseball team. Grand Island t Club to Meet - ; ---a-an GRAND ISLAND, March- 2T. Tho regular monthly business meotinc ot tho Grand Island Im provement club will bo- held Sat urday orenlng, idaren zs, ar. ino schoolhonse. ' Tha program being arranged U in charge of Mrs. Mildred Smith, ehainnaa of tho literary, commit tee. V ' "An Unselfish Hostess" i LOST OFF - Tho first Toyare of tho Nautilus la which Sir Hubert TTilklns plans tt tr-rel under the North Pole, was touched by. tragedy. Willaxd L Grimmer, orotermaster, fell from tho r-srrow deck ; of the eubseo boat and was lost as tha submarine wu nearins Hew Tone Grlmmei is nictured abora as ha showed bishxide of three weeks orer tho craft. West Salem News New arrivals in our city ara W. M. Try. and family, and his son, D. J. Fry and family, who drdTo through from Montana and ara llTing at 1500! Skinner street. The Frys were hero two years ago and thought at that time that they did not like Oregon but now state that, they expect to make their homo hero. j ' Mrs. R. Cromey of Scio was a Wednesday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. 8, Pfelfaut. v ' ' r Mr. and Mrs. John Frelaen are tha parents of a fire pound baby daughter, Maxine L orene, who ar rlred Friday raf ternoon at - thel homo on Skinner street. Freisen is proprietor of the West Salem box factory. , -.. " Mrs. B. W.' Smith and children, Wesley and Ella May are tn east ern Oregon where they are rlslt lng Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. DiUinger at Dutur and other relatives at Tho Dalles. The Smiths hare! been away . three POLAR SUB weeks and do not expect to ba home before Easter. During their absence Mrs. M. A. Darls of north Salem is I housekeeper at . tha Smith homo hero. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Burgoyne and- small; daughter, Leona left Thursday by motor - for Smith field, Mont, where they expect to make . their homo. Burgoyne will be engaged in them arket garden ins and greenhouse business. . 1 Mr. and ; Mrs. D. T. Bradford drora to Portland Tuesday where they purchased a r new Orerland ear.- v !. ? -' : ; ' ; West Salem now boasts a den tal ofiee. the first in its history. Tho dentist, Mrs. Carolyn Starges and her husband, W. F. Sturgls, are llrlng at 1111 Edgewater street, wnere Mrs. Sturges office is also located. Sturges is an em ployee ot the Willamette grocery eompany. ! They Hred at Salem Heights before coming here. Mrs. Sturges oflco Is now fully By tODS U8C8 8AB. equipped aad she L tea !:? business. Mrs. J. A. Hujtoa wl:i 1 :? daughter and son-in-law, irr.'sr;. Mrs. Arthur Moore, ar settled 1 their new home at 1353 UZz water street harics raorel t-cra from 1162 Second street. Urs. Huston traded tne Second street property on the CJgewater resi dence, which formerly belonged to Frank Lamb and Mr. aad lira. Lamb are now llrlng in the Sec ond street house. . Newton Smith of Eugene was a Tuesday visitor at tbe home of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Garnet Smith. ' John Baer has opened an auto repair shop in the .west end of tho Needham building west of the service station. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Miller and son, '. Wesley, drove to Portland, Thursday where they visited Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wilson and Miller's father aad mother, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller. ; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kitchens, formerly ot Hood Hirer, are stay ing for tha present at the A. Llc Cleau home. Kitchens is a broth er of Mrs. McClean and he -and McClean are the new proprietors of lift Hollywood garage in north Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Kitchens ex pect; to settle permanently in Salem.; Sleeping Sickness Victim Showing No Improvement SILVERTON, March 27. Mrs. J. Thompson who was called to Hfllsboro . last we$k because of the serious illness of Fred Al- rord, : returned to her 'home hero Wednesday. Mr. Alrord was tak en to a Portland hospital where ' he underwent a major operation Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Thompson, who also went to Hillsboro last week, have re mained with Mrs. Alvord, who is Mr. Thompson's mother. Tho Alvords are former SUrertonlans. Mrs. J. Thompson returned to Silrerton to again take up her work at the George Lamb home where she Is assisting In the care of Tim Lamb who has been ser iously ill with what la said to. bo sleeping sickness for the past four week a. Young Lamb is not said o be improving. DARRELL McCLURE; -w-b uVifMnmMem wiT-5 5HAfll pxeny ,3eciAa4.v "rue poo. im ajwies WHO NCYfR MAO J MAfPl HJEa S tT.AK10 SME. By JBlRlYlMURPHY net,ipy i raar uiiiaui v Marry Oa Basaa, . ' - . intends to more.