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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Sunday Blornlng. May 24, 1931
UUIIIIliU I LI I
peneral Tendency Down"
ward in Portland Market;
do Grain Change
STRAWBERRY MARKET IS FLOODED
WHEAT PARLEY BEAJR INFLUENCE
PORTLAND, May ll (AP)
Kxtremely mixed price In the
firestock market marked the torn
ft th week here. Tho general
tendency appeared downward.
i Heayywelght hogs, 2S0 S90
Jbs., were down 25e to S.75-S.75.
Mediums, 2 00-2 20 lbs., were un
changed at 6.50-7.50; light
weights, UO-180 lbs., were down
tie to 7-25-7.50. and feeders and
jfttockers were nominally the same
Good steers advanced about a
fcnarter for 600-900 pound stuff.
and were oooted at 7.60-2.00.
Ilearler animals, from 200 to
1100 lbs., were np. better than 50e
to 7.60-8.00; owa fell off slightly
to 8.50-6.00, and -vealer were
flown a dollar to t.00-2.00. -
Good to choice lambs, 2 0 pounds
down, were moying at 7.50-8.00.
. There was no change In the grain
list, wheat going at 62 and 66
cents for the-rations grades. No.
I 28 lb. white oats was $22, and
No. 2 gray, $23.
Wool Qaaua 10 to lo
Eastern Oregon wool wa quot
ed at from 16 to 16 cents. Valley
ioarse was 11 cents, and medium,
2 cents. ,
Hops tell off slightly to 17 nd
, 18 cents. lor the 1930 Oregon
crop. . i ." .
The hay list maintained its
usual stolidity at the following
fearing prices, f.o.b. Portland; al
falfa 14-15; vaKey timothy 15
15.50; eastern Oregon timothy
17; cloTer 11; oat hay 12; oats
and Tetch 12. Straw was still
7.56 a. ton.
: Butter was off one cent, to 24:
Standards wera 23.. prime firsts
22, firsts 21. Eggs were un
changed at 16 cents for fresh ex-
' Italian prunes were unchanged
st 6 and 8 cents. .
WACONDA, May 23 Several
Women from this community at
tended the cooking' school Thurs
day held in the school gymnasi
um at St. Paul. u
The Yamhill Electric company
of Newberg ha extended its line
Into this icinlty ana tnose wno
are anxiously .awaiting for the
current to be turned on are Ar
thur Golfin, Karl Brown, George
Brown, Allyn Nu3om, Charles
Haunegan, Mrs. Woods, W. R.
Palmer, Fern Runcorn... Al Col
lins, B. J. Miller, Lewis Hall, A.
W. Nusom. E. J. Sharif, F. R.
NusonCPred Viesco, Hattie Skel
ton and William Mcdilchrist.
' GUESTS FROMOS ANGELES
HUBBARD. May 23- Guests
' at the home of Mrs. Alice Hol
comb for the week -Included: M.
Hazen of Los Angeles. CaL, and
his mother, Mrs. Hasen of St
Helens Thursday; Miss Eiitaoeta
" Doherty of St. Mary's academy at
Beayerton. .and- Mrs. Mary Hol
comb of VancouTer, "Wash who
Is making an extended rlsit with
Mrs. Holcomb. .
Volume Offered More
Than Twice That
PORTLAND. May 23 (AP)
More than twice as many crates of
strawberries were offering on the
east side farmers' market for the
weekend as for Friday This re
sulted in a congested trade with
consequent lower. price range. Ini
tial trading In Gold Dollars was
around $2 generally with a few a
traction better. Tb Marshall
and Oregons'sold first at $2.25
and is a more limited way $2.50
crate. Then congestion showed
with resulting; general sales of
Dollar t $1.76 and a few down
to $1.60 while Oregons and Mar
shall mored around $1.75 gener
ally with a few up to $2.
Demand for lettuce was better
with sales mostly 85-90c crate. A
few sold higher, f
Peas ' sold 6-7 c lb. generally
with a fair calL A . -
Old potatoes mored steady with
a general 75c topi
Spinach continues scarce and up
to $1.75 orange box. .
New Turnip and beets sold
well at late prices.
Cabbage demand was good;
mostly 60c crate. A few 60c
Salem - Markets
Grade B raw 4 milk,
dellTered In Salem, f 1.50
IlatterM t am lOe.
Salem 20c. :- , V '
rSTJXT AHO TXOZTABLXS -Pries
paid to rown by anient barsrs.
. May 19. 1931
VEOXTABUBS ' nf''.'
Onion . 1
U. 8. Ka. 1 ,
Spinach, Urft erst
Bnnehed Vegetables ,
Onions, dos. : , , .80
' XetnU Prion .1 i
Calf maaV IS lb. . 1.80 1.C5
Scratch, ton " nn.. na
Cora, whole ton 83.00 to SS.OO
Crack d aad sronn. ton S4.00-SS.OO
Mill ran. ton . , , , U SO. 03
Bran, ton 18. OO to S0.00
EgX aiaab, cwt. LBS U S.2S
HesTiaa, . nans
Mediant kens ,
POSTTUIHD, Ora May 13 AP) J
rieenee unaafe. nt prices : nnttar, ex
trns St; standards S3; prime firsts S3;
firsts 1L . Ecks, freak extras IS; frees
saediinsas 1, .
. Portland Grain
FOETI-IMD. Ore.. May 12 AP)
Wheat f atares : . -
i High Lew Close
May ' - ' S8 SB
Jul. i i H S5 654 65 4
Sop.-. .... M S i 6S S5H
Uejn martets; whsnt: SJ UuL blae-
stent Jti seit white, western white .60
hara winter, northern spring, western
red .SS. f -- o .ttr
Oae: He. S SS lb. white 22.00.
Mitlren stondard 1S.OO. -
Cerns Jfe. S X. T. shipment
OJLaJbr Aim HAl
Bnylas rrtoes - -Wheat,
western red . .. SA
WhiU, hn. ST
Barley, ten tl.OS tm UJ09
Oats. crsy. bu. . , . SS
Hay I hoytas; si It as
OaM and Tateh. to
Clover , ,. S.00-S.0O
Alfalfa, valley. Sad sntUns; 1S.00-1S.O0
- Eastern Oregon M 1S.OS
Top grade -Old
JD Se jOS
Hegs, 200 Ibs np
, , T.T
Wheat, Corn and Lard
j Join in Breaking
Season Record -
CHICA0O. May tS -(AP)
vvneat, corn and lard today joined
In a triple breaking of this sea
son' low price. Reports that the
international wheat conference at
London had effected little If any
thing likely to bring about Imme
diate upturns in grain values had
an evident bearish influence from
the start. -V .
Indications also that frost dam
age to domestic winter wheat was
only slight tended further to re
duce buying to a mlnimunvand to
cause liquidating sales oftfrraln
and provisions alike.
Wheat closed irregular, 14-1
7-8 cents lower to 1-$ higher,
corn 1 1-8 to 1 4 down, oats 1-8
to 3-8 off.
Last Rites Said
WEST SALEM, May II Mr.
Kata Deranleau died Friday, May
22, at tie family home at 1 OSS
Edgewatsr street. Her death fol
lowed a long Bine.. Mrs. Deran
lean was; 68 years old and Is sur
vived I byL her . widower, Luelea
Deranleau; zour aaugnters, urs.
Mary Cornier -of' Wilmar, r Can,
Ulrs. Catherine BL Clark, of Vic
toria. B. 1 C."i Mrs. Anna, r order.
of Tinele, Can.; and. Mrs. Geneva
Cole ef Portland; ' two -sons, Ar-
thur J. Deranleau, of- Plnacle,
Mont.; and Henry R. Deranleaup
of Portland. Mors distant rela
tives live la Nebraska, Idaho and
Seattle, Wash, v-r- 4
Funeral services will' be at 8C
Joseph's Catholic church Monday
morning at ' 8:30 o'clock 1 with
Rev. J. R. Buck in charge. Burial
will be In St. Barbara's cemetery.
OSH to JOT
.01 to .04
(Continued from page 4)
No, youTe not that glrL That
girl would never have spoken to
me as you did just now. That -irl
didn't, perhaps, think very much.
She Just- was as a-unshlne Is.
as flowers are. Remember that
day at Richmond, Delight . . .?
I do , . . No; you are not that glrL
But you are the girl I want . . '
She did not answer. She we
suddenly faintly, sick, vaguely
giddy, tired to death of herntas-
ueraae, very near to tears ana
knew not why.
A Fair Barrala
There was a little silence heavy
with unspoken words.
"Look here he said suddenly
"we'll make bargain, you .and X.
Always be honest with me. Prom
ise you'll come, to me If you find
.... that, after all, I am little
worthy of your caring will
At Lodge Meeting
INDEPENDENCE,. May 23.
Those elected- from the -Odd Fel-
.lows lodge, here to attend the
grand lodge wfflth was held in
Corvallis were E. A. Wed die, Guy
Travis and J. B. Hubbard. Those
elected from the Rebekah lodge
were Mrs. O. A. Kreamer, Mrs.'
Chas. Calbreath .and - Mrs. R.
White. Other members attend
ing were Ella Hart, Mrs. 3. EL
Hubbard, Blanch Robbie, Mr. and
Mrs. Orea Kelloge, Pearl Black,
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Lelchty.
youT" t : ' - T " !' ' .
. She nodded. What else could
tin dftf '
"And I'll - "ne tried to laugh
Til make an effort to 'snap
out of It. as suggested. I'll go
with mother to that Christmas
Shlndic of hers. And now. said
Lorrlmer, shall we go look tor
She. nodded again, and as he
held out his hand, put her own
within it. He held It a long mo
ment, hard. fast.
(To be continued tomorrow)
HE'S GODFATHER TO 14,000 "
VrlH IBS GRANDCHIM3REil,'
RsKnllsd frwsa retire sit susd 4ctd t tkn PrneUeaicy f th
Rslli. r and west HUdsnAttrf, wnrtim Csnmannder U-CfcUf
f ike Camnna InapewiaJ ArsnUe. tnckled the pmblnns sf kU esmalrV
elnylnf d anirwr 1st n stsel -snsnstne. Aaasimclag that he would h
gdftkr te the seveath child hem iaj wvwry Ceraaa fasnlly that csmld
skew Us fitsseoe t retnr it properly, tke PreWUwat has sew ewnw 14,000
rodehlUma. Ne Cermrwannnt fwnds Vniag avallaWl for tko psirpeswvwst
Hiadsmbwrsj ka paid $70)00 f rwas his www pocknt for gif U t tke
lafnjtt dtisosk e Oer VatnrUsieJ. The fnnanata teUiar U shawst abeve
with thraa af hi ev graasWhtldrwaw Hi
West Salem Njews
: WEST SALEM, May 13 pr.
Edward Laird Mills, resident lot
Portland and editor of the Pa
cific Christian Advocate, official
publication of the Methodist
Episcopal church will preach Sun
day evening In Ford Memorial
church. The morning service will
be ih charge of the local men's
W. F. Sturgess returned Fri
day from a business trip to Tole
do and Newport. " - , !
Mr. and Mrs. Manford Crouse
and their daughter. Miss Mabel
Crouse are house guests of Mrs
Crouse's brother, A. F. Lamb and
family. The Crouse, whose home
state is Kansas have visited' here
before and being favorably lm
pressed with West Salem may
decide to locate here perman
I i Looner's Visit Friends
I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Looney who
recently moved from . this place
to j Eugene were seen on the
streets of West Salem Saturday
Trip South For
FONGWOOd! May 23. Mrs.
Mary Beaver is In Dallas where
she Is staying with her grand
children, Mary and Myra Star-
buck and Thomas Starbuck while
their parents. Dr. and Mrs. A. B.
Starbuck are absent on a motor
trip through California. ; Doctor
and Mrs. Starbuck will go as
far south, at Los Angeles.
J.'P. Smart went to Lebanon
Thursday where-he will be in the
employ ' of the Reld-Murdoch
canning company through the
berry season. Smart will be re
sponsible tor the reception of
berries from the acreage sur
rounding Lebanon and for the
hipping of the fruit to the com
pany's plant at SalemJ
Mrs. A. u. Applewftite will te
hostess Tuesday afternoon. May
26, to members of the Laurel
Social Hour club.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy LaRaut. Mr.
and Mrs. Lee, and Mrs Fenfleld,
all of Vancouver, jWn., were
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
S. A. LaRaut. i i
Mrs. Mary Lister entertained
over the weekend Mrs. M. Rosen
baum and her daughter, Mrs. II.
B. Gftford, both of Rainier, Wn.
Aft additional guest Frldsy at the
Lister home was Mrs. t George
Gutekunst of Salem.
having come down on a brief
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. FUhback
made a motor trip t Portland
and return oae day Recently.
A group ot relatives tenaerea a
birthday surprise to j H. R. Mc
Dowell of the Tourist auto camp'
Friday evening.- From Orchard
Heights were his three brother
and their families and from Sa
lem, Mrs. McDowell's sister and
family. The guests brought ice
cream and cake which was served
at a late hour to Mr. and Mrs.
William McDowell, Mr. and Mrs.
W. GT McDowell. Mr. and Mrs.
Roy McDowell, Mr. and Mrs. Lu
ther Stout, Mr. and Mrs. II. R.
McDowell, Mis Ethel McDowell,
Miss Maxine Stout. jArmon Mc
Dowell, James Herman McDow
ell, Harold Stout. Ora McDowell
and Ross McDowell. I t
POBTLAK0. Ore., May 22 AP)
Cattle SS, very slow.
; Steers 0-OS goo. $7.60 8.00;
aaediant TMfTM; euorsaon S.oe(Mf7.00.
Steers PO-1.0 lb, good 7.60 8.00;
median .T$&7.SO; common 0.00 06.75.
Steer 110-13O lbs. good 7.0O7.60;
aaearani .e 17.00. Heifers 550-850 lbs.,
good 7.0T.50; aaedinm &.00.00.
Cewa, goed S.&6j0; common and me
diant 4.503 5-54; lew cutter Z.004.50.
Bails, year liana excluded, beef good
choice 4.7S?6.25; entter mediams 3.50
ATS, Vealers, milk-fed 8.00 id 9.00;
meeunsi e.oe.oo; cail-common 4.5 Q
Sj60. OalTes 1:50-600 Ibs good to choice
.SOS.O0; emmn-mUam 4.00(8.50.
Hogs 4S. steady.
LJght-lignts 140-160 lbi, good choice
6.50a7.i0, - Light weight 160-180 Ibt,
goed-choies 7.J5(7.50; do 180-200 Ibs
food-cheiea T.26U7.50. Afediam weight
00-S2S Iks. good-choice 0.5OT.5O; da
S30-Se 1 good-choice- 6.0O7.00.
BearyweighS S50-2SO lbs., good choice
5.756.75; de S9 0-350 Ins., rooil-chmee
6.00(ff-5. i Packing sows 273-500 lbs.,
medinnt good S.oerS.oO. Feeder and
steefcer pigs 70-13 lea., goon-choice 7.50
4j 8.5ft. !
Sheen-1215.' alow, draerr.
Iiaavhs SO lbs., down, good-choice 7.50
S.O; de arsdism COO 7.50; da ell
weights, tiann S.5i 6.50. Tear ling
wethers SO-110 ihs.. medium-choice 4.50
jS.50. Kvee tHJ-100 lbs medium
(haice S.SyS.0O: de 120-150 lbs-, me-diam-cheiee
S.0eS.7S; do sU weights,
"The Female Impersonator"
By WALT DISNEY
TO HIM .
MOM IT, 4
1 f WELL,TME NEWS.- VjlWif
I ft ffS?TV i OP THAT GUy-BUTCH-Y W
PHMAA W OH. Mioctry 1
WHO WROTS '
ma vOiif Dim 1Q P-
WHY OOdr VOU HAVE
M.. BUTCH Ore rr, root
I THINK. HE AWFUui
( he's so 1 IfJfAf i
I riAMDSOME J f 1 M I
NSYY SOfJO&LE.- J
fPSsV I AMD SO 7
SO STRONG AND)
COURTEOUS TO WOMEN
AND KINO TO LTTTUEL
CHILD REM -To i
S.SSSI I I I II I I I I I I I I I ,
Sonday, May 24 -SOW
20 Xe. Portland
8 :00 Rochester erebestra, KhO.
8:36 American Legion progress.
: 30 Palace organ sad plana. -10:0O
Deems Taylor. JiBC.
11:00 National Youth conference, SB0.
12 :00 Dr. 8. Partes Caiman, SBO.
1 :00 National Religions aerfioe, HBO.
5 :00 Catholie hour, KBO.
6:15 8ymphony orchestra, XOMO.
:30 Hotel St. Praaeis erehestrs.
8 :00 Musicians Benefit, NBO.
9:30 Mark Daniels, baritone.
0:45 Book chat.
10:00 Sunday eoneert, HBO.
Monday. jUf ,
KOW 420 SA Pacisa
6 :S0 DeTotiensl ssrriees. . .
7:45 Van and Don. NBO.
9:00 Cooking echeeL.
:0 Arlos Trie, NBC ... t
11:45 Bagdad organ. m
12:1S Wsern Farm an Home henr.
1:00 Sir Prnaeis Drsks rehsstrn.
7 :0O Amos 'a Andy. - -8:00
Adeentnrea of Sherlock Helms.
XOAO 65 Xev--CsrrsUi
1:00 Farm hour. . f .
1 .00 Organ nrcgnam. '
2:00 Around the enmpns. '
2 :SO Bomemaker hour.
8:30 Book eesnpanions.
:-S Farm hour. '
7:30 4-H eius meeting.
8:00 The Orefea Loggers.
O rr- O
ynth ampla tnsa to realize that
crime doesn't par, Frank Jordan
nonchalantly smokes a tiz&retta fa
the Central Folic Station, CM
caro. Tbs man of macj aHassa
with A lonf criminal record was
captured after ha haiaiot thre
ohcemea, a.;.iax one sjia iroaa-
5 two ouers.
POBTLANS. Ore.. May 22 AP)
Onanges, psesed. aienein, 93.75A50;
fraaMCMK. CsMecais, S3.7504; ltmea,
5-aew eaetea. SS.sO; baaaas. Ss. Xjsm
eaa Calif are in. 5.507.75 ease. Straw
berries Oregea. A25S.2S 24s, -
Cnbbsre reeaL aid, lVbOSc; CsQ
fonnie, mk A. PeteCoes Oregon
Desehstes. S1.4OQL60: Baker local
75cnttll Takima S5eQ $1.25, New po
tatoes OeUT ere ia garnets, SQSe,
Wbitae, SiiStte. Oniene aeUiag wrieen
te antaileen: Caegea. as ewt.; CaL
aew sena Bermudas, S2.50. Seed peta
teee leeaL 1HU V
ahuhaeh Ileal, talk, 22e lb. Ar
ticneana QS75 doe. Spinach local,
5&7S arssga aac. Celery California,
S1.-CS&L1 aer dos.: hearts $1.40 dos.
llnaiiiai hsthtTTt. iSe lb. Pen
pars &e4. green. 85e lb. Sweet pota
toes lastern, $8.75 nasraer. Cauliflower
Calrfernla. $2 2.10. esns Tesss,
3.T hsmgir; 24f22s lb. Peas
OaUfernis, 7Q7He; Oregon. 10e lb.
Teeneteee CaUromia, $1.25 lag, repack
ed; hofheuse. 27Vt0S5e lb. Xettuee--
loceJ. $LUS crate. As para ran
northwest. 5a0c -as. bunches.
rOBTLAKD. Ora,. May Vt AP)
Mi baying nriees: mds B. S1.60Q
I.S s -cental, wfrk "anrs-lns" Sl( 1.60.
Pertlaad deliTery and Inspection.
Nats Oregon wamnts. 1825e; pes
sata, 12a la.; BzsnUs, l20c; almonds,
ldl$Vh: CibrU, lOHi-c; pecans,
Steps aaminnL 1S2S crop, lOQUs;
1 lSlTe. - , "
Lire asaltry net baying prices:
henry aens, colored 44 Ibs np, IBs;
de ts 4 tns 14c; do-nnde S lbs,
lie; spriagers, 17c; old rooaters, 7e;
ducks, aid Pekiss 2022e; spring ducks,
2064 tZi ceeaa, lSe; turkeys, 20(I'2e.
PoUtoea Oregon Deechutee. $ t.40
LS Bakers, $2: local 73c2$l: Taki-
New aotntees California garnets,
t4;.wkites JV424s lb. '
Day buyiag pries lor proaaeeri iuw
fn, $ 14 9 1: clever, $10(12; oats snd
vetch $10 IV ton. 't
Drssssd nauUrj selliag price to re
tailers; tarkn-ra. near to aTood. 25 33c;
sacks, 25e; geeae, 18s; cspons. 2285
THIMBLE THEATRIterinff Popcyo
Now SlMwing--'4BTistriess la Picking; Up
OO vOUMEmTO 61T THERR I I "THfXTS OK Or V00lAR 1 I I I KEVER ftMfSjm&LE
fVtf) TEYJL ME THAT THE HA HOT 5VTTRSG rMjr W BST5 UKE TW? BEFORE-
SWttJOR BEAT UP fAV BEST STftA0HGT7' : v HE SMfXCKEO EA y '
r EXECUTlOtAERS? j r ( SHUT 0P1 VgRE fNrAOTrCREL 1
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If ' "
LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY
The Thirst Quenchers"
TO-OfVr j r
By BRANDON WALSH
tE. C0SI&ME129 WOWT LIKE IT
Glad it Rained;
Roew Place Sold
. : )
MACUBAY. May 23 Mr. and
Mr. Ellet ot Newberg haTe pur
ctiasddthe R. Lw Roew place.
Fanpers wre Tery pleased
with the rain as it was just what
Mr. and; Mrs. Mike' "Waits was
the guests ot Mr. and Mr. Mar
Tin A. Wells- Tuesday evening.
JnanUa Nash, and- Emily R.
Brack motored to Stayton Wed
nesday afternoon to tlstt Mabel
Sherman, who Is In ' the Stayton
hospital with casa ot brain
fever. t ' - ' - .
Strawberry- picking hat starUJ
ed in the- Macleay Tidnity,
ExrauMKjnt wrrn clover
PBATUM, May SS Some
farmers are cllppln; their clOTar
for seed. Other are .making an
early crop of hay. leaTing the
second cron for ed and some are
going to eixrisint with the first
ere a tor teed, although the first
crop generally does not till wall.
I ' " I
re& a wee, Hor; -niit
IS!. King Fa
Ad L i a
TOOTS AND CASPER
"What the Neighbors say"
I CERTAlKlLV tO LOOK
WFFERSVT NOW! 1KI FACT, 1 HAT
iD "TO A VASE AT COLONEL.
HOOFEPITO CONVlKiCE HIM
THAT fM Hr WIPE I HE WONT
.ALL MB awAriWY A4AIr4
N A MUCRTJ IP ME. :
TenvrT have off Mr
OLD WHr$E7& PEOPLE J
WILUTHnVIU HE"S MY
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YrOMAN n TURNOUT
THAT TKS WOMAN Mr3
V Vm WITH K WSW FACE.
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By JIMMY MURPHY
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