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The UUEGOJf STATESMAN, Saleoy Oregon, Satnrday Morning, April "1Q931"
Hazel -Goyette to Reign
Over Festivities at
MONMOUTII, April 17. Miss
TIsiqI Goyette of Sihrerton. a Jun
ior, wu chosen May queen at an
exciting election at the Oregon
Normal school Wednesday after
noon among the nominees for. that
coTeted honor. FlTe Junior girls,
three blondes and two brunettes;
Julia Bennett, Frances Shogron
and Kristin Kallendar, all of the
dormitory, Esther Jensen of West
house, and lliss Goyette of Merri
mack house, were the candidates.
Miss Goyette.' a graduate ot Sll
rerton high school, is a daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. "E. Goyette
and baa a slater. Irene, who is a
eenior at the Normal, baring
transferred here from Oregon
The queen Is a charming bru
nette with curly hair. Just fire
feet three in height, and 18 sum
mers youthfuL She Is a member
of the MacDowell club of the Nor
mal, and 1 preparing to teach:
primary work. , ...
PUPILS ENJOY FAIWY
1 SALEM HEIGHTS. April 17
An eighth grade club party was
.given by Jack Bohannon.for his
llass at his home Friday erea
lag. The erening was spent play
lag games and the Salem Height
school orchestra furnished music
. for the party. After a rery en
joyable evening was spent re
freshments were aenred by the
members, present werei Eileen
Van Eaton. Susie Jones, Mary
Smith. Myrtle Davidson. Hussel
Harris, Harold Kasberg, James
Rifle, Paul Burger, Virgil Clem
ens, Rug3ell Beardsley,. Bobbie
Bohannoa. Cecils Wlegand. prin
cipal and Jack .Bobannon host.
Esfis LaDuke with his family
who moved from Salem Heights
to Mill City about a year ago has
returned to his home. here. . His
boys, Harold, Glendon and Rohlin
are again registered in the Salem
Heighths grade school.
, Ke. 125
Sraopsis of the Aaaaat Statemeat at
toe Eareka-Seenritv Fire and Marias
hnraM Co. ot CiBclaaatl.- ia the State
M Okie, m the thirty-first aaj at De
cember, 1930, made to the InwrtBt
Commissioner of tha State af Oregoa, par
waat to lav:
Aniens t of capital stock paid Bp. 91.-
IJet premiams received dorias tha rear.
Interest, . dividends and rents received
durinf tha year. $318,554.09.
Iacoma front oiber scarce receirsd
Curiae; tha year, St5.206.61.
Total iacoma, tt.706.641.04.
. Net losses paid daring the year iaelad
ta.g adjustment expenses, 9602,294.71.
Dividends paid on capital stock daring
the year. $525,000.00.
Commissions and salaries paid dorter
the year. 35S0.7S.3.
Taxes, licenses and fees paid florins
e year. $95,059.63.
Ameaat af all ether expenditures,
Total expenditure. 91.066,166.53.
Valae of real estate owned (market
Vain a af stocks and Vends owned (nar
ket valae). 92.837.142.50.
- Loans oa mertft-aft-es and collateral, ate,
Cask la banks and oa hand. 985.874.TT.
Premiums in roarto af collection writ
tea since September 90, 1930. 9335.522.
SI. . . .
Interest aad rents daa and eecroed.
Total aamirtaa assets. i,oo,.wi.
LIABILITIES . "
rasa claims for losses an paid, 9129,-
- Ameeat af aaearaad preminms aa all
atstaBdias riaka. 1,509.63.97..-
Ime for commiseioa aad krokersfa,
Ail ether liabilities, 9224.827.0S.
Total liabilities, eielasive af eapital
Stock af 91.000 000.00. $1,841,964.91.
BUSINESS IX OREGOX
FOB THE TEAR
Vet premiama receiTed daring" the year,
917.822.61. . .,. ...
Losses paid durinf tha year, 9581.94.
Lasses incurred durinf tha ye sr. 9657.
9. - - -
Kama af Company. Xarafca-Seearity
Tire a Marino Insaraaee Campaay.
Kama af President, Eeraan Gates
Dawes, Jr. -
Name af Secretary, Adam Beaaa.
Statutory resident St to racy for aar-vi-e.
Freak It. Barrett, Portland. Oreaoa.
Portland Trait and 8a Tines Bank,
General Ageat for Oragaa.
Satordsy, April 19
XOAO 660 Kc. Corr sills
15:00 Farm hour.
9:30 High .school typing contest.
:I0 farm hoar.
XKX liso Ev rertlaad
SMS Farm Cashes.
: Family After Hear.
T;4 a Anthony tower.-.
9:1 Grant Merrill.
:4S Tana Chasers.
10: 15 Robert Moaaea.
1:3 Radio Boy Frieads.
11:00 Ueadew larks orchestra.
21:45 The Professor.
1 :4S Robert Monaco.
2:00 MardU Ores.
: City park juvenile prefTaan,
t 8 :X Vesper hw.
S:4S Dean Collins.
:S0 The Amber God.
6:00 Abe Bloom.
-4:15 T. rreabeira Smith.
:0 Lend of Falfilled Dream a
:Ow Apootolie Faith saisaiesu
9:30 Oiaada Tacker.
19:00 Ken Stoert.
11:80 Del Kline's daaaa Vaad. "
18:00 .Midnite Horsier.
12:30 Pessimlstie PreUels.
BE !IW OilEEfl
KOUr 040 Sa-Pertlaasf
T :X RarJy Birds. .
T:80 NeveKy daev
V :00 Merrymakers.
. Il:v0 Kitchen.
It :00 Bearers.
IS :30 HnnUiintt.
1 :Ofl Fashion.
' 1:30 Coekoe.
:00 Bmminf af Saa Praacisca.
r 7:00 Tavera avaaie.
9:15 MUitsry Wad.
S : Harmony.
.' S:O0 Parade."
0 :30 reatare. v
10 :ao Syncopate re; .
IS : MeTTy-go-reaad.
:4S Trail Blasera.
1 :45 Vas aad Dasw
9:00 Happy Time.
9 :0e Oeakiag.
- 10: JO Magasine.
11 :8a MaetaiaorAa.
J rOO Talk.
PUGET SOUND P0ULTR1 FACTOR
NORTHWEST DROUGHT IS BULLISH
To Portland Cause
; Of Dull Market !
-! 3 :J,- " " "
PORTLAND, April IT (AP)
Wholesale batter market opened
strong ion top grades and steady
on lower grade today. Despite
larger receipts this week., demand
was sieh that some dealers were
forcel to offer slight premiums
for 8 i, 9Core hotter to fill require
ments, " j . ,; '
Tone of the wholesale egg mar
ket continued weak and unsettled
by excessive supplies of ' under
grades while closely candled eggs
baying in the country.
Weariness continued to rule
Weariness continued to rule
the country -dressed meat trade
due to continued supplies shore
demand and dealers were ad rising
country ! producers to hold back
shipments a few days with good
prospect ot a firmer or higher
market. Quotations were barely
Good call for poultry lines con
tinued and ,tbe poultry market
was steady. Dealers pointed out
that country holdings of market
poultry tn the Portland trade ter
ritory are lighter than usual this
year and prices to producers
should be. and three or four year
ago would hare been. 3 or 4 cents
above the present - lerel. were it
not for depressing factor not
formerly existent, which is the al
most continual shipment of poul
try to-i Portland' from Puget
Sound producing aectlons where
the poultry cooperative move
ment laj grown largely In Tecent
years and turned ; to Portland,
among other places.- for a major
market outlet. Result has been
depressed price levels here, des
pite tendencies to shortages In
the local field. ;
PORTLAND. Ore.. April IT (AP)
Produce exchange.- net prices :
Hatter, extras 24; staadards 93; prima
firsts S3: firsta SL .
Eggs, iresa extraa IT; fresh aaediams
PORTLAND, Ore, April 17 (AP)
Whest f stares: '
- f Opea High Low Close
May , j a 8 68
JaL S7U. 57 H 57 & 57H
Sep. , 57 67 57 57
CaaB caarkets: weat: ots; mm oiw
tem .SS: soft white, western white .68:
hard' winter, northern -spring,, westera
red .65. t
Oats: KL S 39 lb. white 20.50.
Millrnn standard 18.00.
Cera: Mo. S . Y shipment 27.75-
PORTLAND. Ore.. April 17 (AP)
Cattle 35: rslres 19, aaoUbly steady.
gteera 600-900 lbs., good $7.50(fli8.OO;
medians .77.60; common 5.75(6.75.
8ters aoo-1100 lbs good T.257.0;
nedioia 6 S0?7.25: common 5.75 8.50.
8ter 1100-1900 lba.. goad T.O0&7.50;
medmm e.O06e7.00. Heiiers 550-800 lbs.,
good 7.S7.75; snediem 6.257.25;
eommoa S.006.S5. -Cows, good 5.75
6;00; camnsoa aad medlnm 4.7SS.t
law rntter aad rotter 9.50 4.75. Bulls
(yearinga eaclaaod) 5.00 4 5.50 : eatter,
common and medHna 3.75 fa 5 00. Tealera.
milk fed, e.5010.50; medium S.OO&
9.50; rail aad eommoa 5.00 8.00. Calves
250-500 lbs- good aad eheite 9.00
9.59: commea aad atediam 4.509.00.
, Hogs 1i. aaotsbly steady.
(Soft ar oily hogs and rasatiar f'gs
scloded). ' Inarlrt Maaaa JaO-loO lbs
37.25 8 15; light weight TO00 lbs.
8.00 W 8 2; aaediaas weight 100-220 lbs,
7.25 & 8.25; mediam weight 920-250 lba,
T.OOacS.OOj hoary Weight 250-290 lba,
76 7.75 heavy weight 2O-3a0 lba,
6.35x7.30. Packing sows 275-500 Ibe..
nediam aad good 6.23 & 6.50. Feeder aad
itoeker pirs 70-130 Ibe. goad and
8aeep 100; talking steady.
Spring lambs $8.500.60; mediam
7.004? 8.50 ; iambs 90 lb, down 6.75 Jet
7.25r adinm 5.75e '5r U weights
eommoa 5.00O6.00. TaarHng weathers
90-110 lbs.. 4.2506.25. Ewes SO-120
lbs 3.73 f 4-M: ewes 120-150 lbs., mediant-
tr choice 3.000 t.OO: ell weights,
eal lat eommoa 1.0063.00.
PORTLAKD. Ore, April IT (AP)
a U t- fro 1 1 nr-
aages. narels. peeked. 93.3504; Jamble
Stock, Sl.SMJW! aTapeimn. ....
84 155: Calilomia, 94: limes, 5-do.
carton. 92.50; traaaaaa, Se lb. Lemons
California. 95.80 esse. Strawberries
Los Angeles. 91-8O-1.00 vrate at 19
hoses: Fresno. S3.SOfi8.SO e 30a. i
CabWare local. 2SH wfatatoea
Oregoa Deschates. 81 5t 1.75; Bak
ers' $2.35: local. Slfil ": Yakima. Baa
(91.35. Kew potatoes California garnets.
6(2 e: T.n esse la. 0m.
In g price to retailera. gregea 80 0c
ewt: -Tea as aew crop Barmndas. S4.50
bl 'Seedotatoaa-ioral. 14 He lb
Artichokes T0e-0e. Spinach local. 50
a COe orange boa. Celery California,
91.75 per aa. : baarts. P doa.
beaches. Mashroooss aotboase. 6065e
lb. Pappera bail green. 22W23e lb.
Sweet potatoes eastern. 98.50 ham
per. Caaliflower Oregon broccoli. 314
1.65 crate. Beavaa Florida. 83.75 bsm
ler. -Peas California. 32.50 erate; 10e
lb. Tomataes Mexieaa. 84,7545 lag.
repacked, i Ittaea SaJiftaS 93.50
3.73; Imperial valley. 6082. Arpara-
gas northwest. 91.S0 01.75 per dot.
benches: -California. StfSa lb.
j Portland Produce
a Vr'AA.mV-',e vav.. ' T
Milk 4-1 snilk (4 per eea). 91.90 par
ewt, deKeeaed Pewtlaa Jeaa 1 per et;
grade C milk 91.40. - Betterfat 2021
Kvts Wslnata. Oragoa, aew. MQtSa:
slsaeads 22c; peeaeta. 9 Q 12 He; fil
berts. 1521c. .......
. Hop laO crop. 1518e.
Poaltrr (bayisat prices AHve, - heavy
beaa 4 tba, 21622c: taadiaa beaa.
d d lbs, 17e; light seat jsr
lb broiled. FX lba, and aver 25 28c:
Tesat Pekia dacka. 4 tbe.. aad oyer. Se:
eld 25c: colored daeks. 15e: tarkeya hs.
1 Pouiifa. 1. laiaC 91-1001.25;
Deecfcares. 9i.e0Ql.TS: Yakfaaa. 3 1.2 5 Q
1.50; Ka t. local. 85eQ91; aaw peta
toee 7f He lb. ,
Hsy whaleaale- bayrag prieaa. deUaar
ed PartUad. eastern Oragoa timothy.
322.5O028; da eatley. 919(319.50: al
falfa. 915 16: eloar. 814; aat bay.
918: straw 8T28 tea; Selling, prices, 8-1
Dressed oealtry sailing price te retail
era: - tarkers. . pear to good. l$QI9e:
docks. 25c: geese. ISc; cspeaa, 2285a
lb. in -
1 :00 Tow Crier. ;
1 :0 sfaliae. '
S :00 A4vBtara.
3:30 Hanrry Five.
4:e . Otbsb aa piaeia.
4:30 Kiee at taa 6al4aerr.
4:4S OM raskiaa,
9:00 Neva eaeta,
8. -IS Varieties.
8:30 Fuller lia
S.-&0 Oieiral JUeetrlaV
T .-O DaaM.
80 Ames 'a Xaaf.
8:45 BwW -9&Q
: 8pUiret ravae.
1 1 :00 Oreaeatra.
Grade B raw 4" milk.
deUrcred la Balem, f 1JJ0
.ewti ' ? -
Batterf at at farm 20c
Salem Sic. i. ; W
rxTTTT AXD VXaZTASIXa i
Pries paid to growers by oajeot bsvars,
, - , April 17, 1981
Oniaae ' S I '
U. a Na, 1 11 1 is
Splaaea, larga erate
Radishes, das. 40 '
Onioaa. doa. . SO
" pxBua " - ', .
;; :' Sataft Prises " '
CaK saeal. 15 lbs. -. 1AO-1.99
cratch, to 80.00-35.00
Corn, whole.- tea
.IS.VO tO D9.UU
Cracked aad grevad. toa 88.00-39.00
MiU ran, tea. ... 17.00-19.09
Bran, tea , i . 1T.00-ie.eO
Egg mass. ear. .U5-3.35
QXAXW jtBT HAT
Bmyiaa Pfleas -Wheat,
westera red ;
White, be. .
Barley, tea .
0ts. grey ba. . , ,
White. W , .,
Rayr anvlneT prirss
Oats aad vetch, toa
Alfelfa, Taller, ad aattla 19.00-15.00
eastern vregoa 1
Common : .12.00
Toa grade -
Old stock .
j03 to JO
Hogs. 200 lba, ap
Steers - .
.05 te .07
Of to .04
MICKEY MOUSE At the end of his Rope-
jr-e. fyt?" mmmrT sor him i p' mwrm
POLLY AND HER PALS Tie Early Bird" j
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TOOTS AND CASPER
OP bTOJ3AE?e ABOUT COLONEL.
HOOFERS PROTEaVE'LAUOY V
CHlXt OHE AtriiCLE REFERS .
TO HIM h9 THE NEXT CHAMPIOM;
COLONEL H009rEtUP TO
BE. A FRE5f-A4rEr4T AMP HE
e&Jtt OTETVUct A
PUBLICTTT FOR HH
Southwest However is
Grain Weather .
Chicago; Apni 17.ap)
Urgent need of molitnre la most
ot the sprln wheat belt north
west rTe Impetus to boyera to
day, and tended to lift prteee. sad
den rallies In Lirerpool wheat
qnotatlons, accompanying . ad
Tances la Argentine exchange
rates, had f arther t bullish . et
feet.: -: -.... . - . , ,
Reactions, bowerer, from tie
day's top 1oto19 for wheat, were
reported by reports ot light snow
falls in sections of Canada aad by
Texas advices that , winter wheat
condition tnronghout the entire
sonthwest was almost perfect with
indications pointing to an earlier
harrest than nsaal.
Wheat closed irregular, 1-8 cent
lower to 7-8 higher, com 1-4-7-1
down, oats unchanged to 1-S off.
VALSETZ, April 17 William
Fisher is having , some earpenter
work done around bis place' this
A hew porch floor Is being put
down by tbe carpenter Cliff rra
Tommy Reckerihora. ta also
mibist many lmproremeata
around his place the past two
weeks, s - ;
Ho hat built a new. walk, and
driveway lnto-hla garr.ge.
TWO VETS TS HOSPTTAI
WOODBURN, April 17. -Two
Woodburn Teterana are la the vet
erans' hospital in Portland. .Hart
ley LeFebvre Is scheduled- to un
dergo a minor operation on . hie
feet and Miltoa Coy is auffering
from, partial paralysis.
COLDtJEL HOOFTbR. Cf .
"DREAMINT OF COvJVTTPY
ESTATES, dEWIW ANP i
IT DAD BU64t3e FOCC
HIM TO COUMTrtlCH
BErREv THEYRB .
sniiv ivoi oo::e
County Leader -Is Speaker
Before Larga Audience
: Of Parents - -1
HUBBARD, April 1 7. William
W. Pox; Marion county- 4-H club
leader, waa the speaker at the
Achievoinent day program and
club exhibits - at tha Hubbard
schoolhouse Thursday afternoon.'
Mr. Fox Interestingly .explained
the purposes of dub work to the
many patrons of the school and
also to the gTonp of 4-H club
members present. Ho pointed out
that "profit and loss ot invest
ment Is a bljr factor to be Con
sidered la 4-H club work. He
also stated that 4-H club projects
must be finished 109 per cent, and
that boys and girls doing club
work learned that the proper
methods of doing things resulted
la greater efficiency and greater
returns for the time and efforts
spent. . Mr. Fox complimented tha
Hubbard sewing class lathe good
workmanship shown In the ex
hibits, being uniformly good with
ao evidence of carelessness, prov
ing that the club leadership has
been excellent. f
Miss Eleanor Johnson, vice
president of the sewing club, was
chairman, of the program, other
numbers ot which included: 4-H
elub songs by the club members,
the flag salute by all, a group of
songs by grades t aad 4 under the
auperrision ot Miss Frances' Hatch.
teacher; a sewing demonstration
by Miss Gladys Ingalls and Miss
Freida Voget, and reports by Bee
ale Ingalls, president, aad Jessie
Ingalls. secretary, of the sewing
club; James Bidgood, president,
and : Howard Loney, secretary,
chicken club, and John DImick,
president, and Boyd Brown, sec
retary, pig club.
Four-H clubs represented and
the prise winners were as follows:
Sewing club. Miss Eleanor John
sob. tint; Misa Esther Bailey, sec
ond, and Miss Freida Voget, Miss
Gladys Ingalls and Miss Marios
MeKehzie third. Chicken club.
Manton Cart, first; Elliot John-
i porrr kjow amYthih
ABOUT &Otn6t. CArPER
1 HEAR THAT
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Mrs. Frances Thomson, 29, (left) Wellesley graduate and mother of
three children, is held at Wilkes-Barre, Penn, on a charge of killing.
Miss Minnie Dilley, 76, (right) wealthy spinster. Authorities ascribed -the
murder to Mrs. Thomsen's belief that the aired spinster had exer
cised an "influence over her hasbsdHs, Carl Thomsen, and because
she feared a "love cult" which, it is alleged, the slain woman wished
te establish with Thomsen's aid. i . ,
son, second, and Jerrold Williams,
thirds Calf elab, Howard Hopkins,
first; Msrjorie Rich, second, and
Gordon Rica. " third. Fig club.
John Plmick. first; Maurice Spa
gle, second, and Wayne-Phillips,
third; brood sows; Boyd Brown,
first; Warren .Hatcher. second,
and Glena Crolsent, third, mar
ket hogs. :r v., '.:
MLsa Wava Slams, domestic
science teacher in the Woodburn
high school, 'Judged the sewing,
and R. E.r Burnett of the 6mith
Hughes department of the Wood
burn high school Judged the live
stock and poultry exhibits.
The event was planned by Mrs.
Blanche Brown, leader of the
girls' 4-H sewing club, and Earl
E. Rein hart, leader of the boys'
4-H chicken, pig and calf clubs.
AT GRANGE MEET
TURNER,' April 17 Surprise
grange was well represented Wed
nesday at the Pomona grange
YOU CANT PCTMSJCH ON A
CDULP AFFORD TO HIRE.
OOMB ETPERT6 TO trVS
THE BOY eOME P0rKTEV?
' HE MltVMT uCT wMB
WHEOEi VTt; CtrtJONEl
HOOFCR.TOLD MB THEY
CAN'T EVTcM AFR3RP
WITH! J VVCI
held at Buttevtlle. Those going
for the day . were Mr. and Mrs.
IT. E. Denyer, Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
White, Mr. and Mra..G. W. Fer
ris, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Titus,
Mr, and' Mrs. A. Edwards. Mrs.
J. E. Webb. Mrs. Stella Miller.
Mrs. J. M. Bones, Mrs. George
Crume and Mrs. F. Mitchell.
Turner and Ankney granges
wil) entertain the next Pomona
grange the third Wednesday in
July at the Ankeny hall.
' OFFICE IS BfOVED
WOODBURN, . April 17 John
Hunt, local lawyer and insurance
agent, has moved his offices from
the Allen building to the empty
store building in the space near
the postof fice. The office is very
attractively, arranged and erases
the old eye-sore ot the empty
building near the postoffice. Hunt
is using only the front portion of
the building for his efflce leaving
the back part empty. ;
LETTUCE IS II!
o:: iiped co
Lettuce Is in another-upward
climb, with California's shipments
considerably les than the present
demand, and . little indication of
Increased loadings until next
week. Portland retailers are pay
ing $4.00. and even $4. SO per
crate of best Salinas lettnee. Fair
Quality, aad old holdings are as
low as $3.00 per crate.
Is still delayed by unsettled
weather No district Is shipping
heavily. yet. Asparsgus supplies
are only moderate .in Portland.
California grass is barely steady
at 11.80-12.00 per SO-lb crate:
while Northwestern stock is
steady, around $1.40-$1.60 per
dosen 1-lbi bunches. ...
Tomatoes now show very wide
range in quality, with a preval
ence of fair to ordinary duality,
selling "as Is" at 13-13.50 per
leg. Best repacks are as high as :
Good tender spinach is scarce.
Beat new offerings gold at 75e per
-lb. box. .
fffl WATER TD
OERVAIS. April 17. The city
council met Wedaesday evening;
at the bom of the mayor, G. J.
Moisan, who has been confined to
him home for the past three weeks
The main Item of bu; iness com
ing before the council Wednesday
night was the purchasing ot a
new tank for the city's supply of
water. The present tsnk has been
in use for the past 25 or more
years and recently a leak was dis
covered in it, -which is an Indica
tion that it is badly rusted. The
present tank carries a pressure of
70 pounds and it is planned to
buy a 100-pound pressure tank
to replace it.
The council also considered the
purchasing of a new fire bose.
By WALT DISNEY
aTfJO OF .
YOO OfJC Of
to a tsht7
By CLIFF STERRETT
By JIMMY MURPHY
LARRY ZrOTTA PRACTICG.
BOXIW6" VelTH eOMEBODnr.
0 1 VOLUNTTEEREP TO BE.
Hl3 5PARRlNr PARTNER!
ANP OPEAWN4 OF TRUCW3-,