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Tha OREGON STATESMAN, Salcn, Oregon, Friday Horning, May 23. 1531
FEED DEALERS TO
Stats Association due to
; Gather iat Corvallis;
ucuege xo neip
. Tuesday, Jane 23, has beea se
lected by the board of governors
of the Oregon Feed Dealers asso
ciation as the date of the annual
meeting to be held at the mem
orial union. Oregon State college.
Corallia. participation of Oregon
State college authorities on dairy
husbandry, agronomy, and poul
try husbandry, has' been assured
as has the attendance of speakers
on problems - affecting the feed
Industry. . . "
. Close cooperation of the Oregon
Feed dealers- association with the
State college is the. key note ot
the meeting, which will be follow
ed by the annual banquet to be
held In the evening at the Benton
hotel. Corrallls. ' Election of offi
cers, discussion of problems of the
Industry, and organisation mat
ter will complete a program of
'Interest and profit to all engaged
In the feed industry in Oregon,
all of whom has been luTited to
The association has Just taken
action to present three prises to
the students doing the best work
this year in the poultry depart
meat, the presentation of which
will be made by President Theda.
. The officers of the Oregon Feed
Dealers association are President
,W. C Theda of HHlahoro; Vice
Pres. XL V. Burllngham of Forest
Grove; Secretary-treasurer Harley
Whit of Salem; and Manager
Floyd Olee of Seattle.
' KB GUI
PORTLAND. May 18 (AP)
Market, for butter was without
Quotable change generally today
with a cleanup of cube offerings.
Btttterfat, ho were r, was firmly
priced and especially for sweet
cream. Purchases up to 25c lb.
Some setback to strength in the
chicken buying prices was reflect
ed with practically all the smaller
operators haying their re-qulre-ments
although no change was
aAApunced by the bigger killers.
. Market for country killed meats
Is generally slow here with little
or no general change in the price.
Chief easiness appears In offgrade
tuff which is normal for the sea-
Silvrrtnn Matron is
Silverton Mrs. Dana Davis
was honored at bridge Mondsy
night when Miss Stfira Dybevlk
and Mrs. Harry Wells entertain
ed ' tor ' her at the home '.of the
latter. , '
The Wells rooms where three
tables of . bridge were in play
during the evening, were lovely
with roses and snapdragons. Mrs.
Davis received guest prise. High
score prize went to Miss Faye
Sparks - and a consolation prize
was given to Mrs. Irna LeRIche.
- Guests tor the venlng were:
Mrs. F. M. Powell. Mrs. Warren
Crabtree. Miss Fay Sparks, Miss
Olivia DeGulre. Miss Rose 8pecht,
Mrs. L L. Stewart, Mrs. Dana Da
rts, Mrs. Clifford Rue. Mrs. In
ns LeRIche, Mrs. J. Ballon tyne.
Mia Althea Meyer. Mrs. F. E.
Sylvester. 1: .
Mrs. Davis, who- will be re
membered here as Miss Inez Dar
ling. Is a est ot Miss Fay
Sparks. She is a former teacher
. - - - t 1 ,AM.w4mMt ft?
in ine commerce uciimmi
the Silverton senior high school.
She is now making her home at
TonaskeVWashington. "where her
husband is in the employment
f the government.
- Cloverdale Mrs. Ivan Hadley
i was pleasantly surprised Tuesdsy
Arenlne with a amner p
which had been planned la hon
or of her birthday. Covers were
placed for Professor and Mrs.
Cox, Mrs.. Jean Pearcy. Mr. and
Mrs. Xvsn Hadley. Lowell. Ho
mer and Norval Hadley and Miss
Mill a City The Mill City Re
bekab lodge will entertain the
members emna ..V I I
lodges at the L O. O. T. hall herejl
next Wednesday evening. A large. I
number of members are expeci-
ed and preparations for an lntei
esling evening are under, way.
- . a
Mrs.' A. P. Mariott -entertained
in compliment to the fourth
birthday of her young daughter.
Colleen, Monday afternoon. Mrs.
W. B. Baker assisted in serving
the birthday tea which followed
an afternoon of games.
.... a '
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Cum
mings ' are receiving congratula
tions on the birth ot a soa born
May 12. Mrs. Camming was
Friday, May St
XOAO 660 Ko. Cervanis
Jt:0O Farm hear.
1 :00 Orraa pracraaa.
3 :0 Aroaad tha eaaapaa. .
S :I0 Hotaeiaaker hear.
S :: aee. : i
S :46 Book aaaapaaiaaa.
:00 KUMaenle ed aaaaia.
:S0 Faraa hear.
f :S0 Eaaiaeea Uutitate af tha air.
raw 620 Za-Pertlaad .
:80 aeeti al.
T:l$ Maraiac AppaHaera.
7:45 Vaa and Doa, MBO.
; 9 :00 Cbakiaf aehaoL. ! '
10:00 RaeUaliats, SBa
10:0 hfacssiae af the air, VBOL -11:45
Orgaa aaaaert. '
13:15 Weetera Parea aad heeae heaa,
3:15 NBO Matiaea.
3 Aircraft talk. "
: T:00 Aaaea a Aady. - '
:0 Melieered MeladlaS FBa
10:45 Hoot Owla.
X2 :Q9--3fvl iJox argaa. ;
" Je Aa evt ' ev& '"' Ssfc ' ' ' ay nt
DROUGHT TALE HAS A TURN AGAIN
Supply Decreased and
Prices up; Rasps on
PORTLAND. May 2S (AP)
As expected, there was great ac
tivity la the market for straw
berries on the east side farmers'
market during . today's session.
There was not so much stuff of
fering and ! demand was keen.
Sales started outside the. market
at $1.25 for Gold Dollars and as
high as $1.50 for mixed loads of
Ore gun. Marsha lis and Dollars. In
side tha market, as usual, prices
were better. Gold Dollars started
at 11.50 and quickly cleaned up
at that, j Oregons and Marshalls
sold at a spread ot 21.25 for some
Tory smalt Oregons at the start to
1 2, which, prored to be the top
and the last price for good stuff.
Most of the berries mored $1.75
1.8i for locals with some raUey
stuff bitting an extreme at $1.75.
Raspberries sold down to $3.75
crate with only limited offerings
and demand. .
Gooseberries mored mostly 5e
lb., a few a cent better.
Spinach sales were $1.00-1.10
orange bos generally; a tew
$1.15.'. t-.,. , .v. ; .
Peas were slow movers around
5c generally; a few 5 -c.
Dalles t fancy turnips sold 5e
with fancy beets -5 ie dos. bunches.
Dalles carrots moved mostly
50 dos. bunches. .
Lettuce sold well with Lablsh
up to SSe aad locals mostly lJc
Asparagus sold 70-85e dos.
bunches with most trade at SOc
Old potatoes continued dull but
at lata prices.
POSTLaKO. Ora, Mr t CAP)
Praea ebaag. at ycieas: batter. a
trav 14; ataadaraa tJ; priaia firata :
fitata SL c. (raaa. axtraa IT; freak
POBTTLAVO. Ore, May 18 (AP)
i Opa Hits, liw Close
MT ' as es es
J ML SS SH SS
S. : S3 65 65 65 a
- Caa aaarkata:- Wbaat: biff Band blue
trv .Tl; eaft ariater, waatara wbita .70;
ber4 viator , awrtfcara apriaf, vactera
rOaU: Ma. S SS lb. wbHe 11.00.
MiUna: atanara 1S.&0.
Cora: Ka. T. T. hiptaent 28.50.
1 Portland Livestock
POBTtAsTD, Ore, May IS ( AP)
Cattle 6 0O. eeJraa 10. dU, bat ateady.
Staara OtVtM Ibe., ffoed S7.507.S5;
nliaaa tiOAUO; etami 5.858.85.
Strera Sao-iioe Iba.. read T. 507.8 5;
aadiaaa S.6ST.&; mumi 5.85v6.5.
Bteexa 110-13O lba, 6.85 7.59- me
diarn S.K5S.tS. . Haif era 650 850
Ibe., ffaod a75Q7.35; atediam 6.7 5 Q
e.fS; eaiaaaea 4.7 5.75. Cir, good 5.25
5.75; caauaea aad medtam 4.25 5.25 ;
iow aatte aad exter 1.7594.25. BaUa.
yeartiace eaeiaded. 4.5005.00; cotter
aad anedfoaa S.SSQAS0. Yealera, aaitk
fed. 706.50; aaadiam 6.00 7.50;
caa-eoanaaaa 4.004.. Cal-rea 250-500
lbs, ad aad ebeiee 6.25 Q 7.75; aaaa
aaaa aad aaediasa Z.75 6 6.25.
Uoca eo, iacladiac 228 direct ; 25e
Uabt-licM 140-160 lba, f.M7.00;
lira aankt ISO-ISO Iba, 6.79 7.00;
da 180 200 Iba 6.757.O0. Kedicaa
vreib SOO-SM la.. .O07.00; de S20
250 Ibe, SOte.tS. Heary areisbt 250
20 Us., 6.0a.0; da 300-825 lba.
4.50 6.76. Paekiag sewa 375-600 lba..
4.&a5. ' Paadar aad stacker fix 70
fsbaea 6O0; S5a laarer. -
Laaaaa 9 0. dawa 66.76 7.25; a
diaat JI6S.7S. Tearlias vetbera SO
116 lba, S.0.00. Ewea SO-100 lba,
.we.0; da 130-150 lba, 1.50 36;
da all rai4-ata caU-caaaaa. 1.0001-60. .
POSTLAVB. Ore, May 38 (AP)
Freeh frait eraac. ' peeked. Yaleaela,
6S-ar40; ETapefrait. rurida. 4.25
; Oalifaraia. $i.SOS; liaaea. 5-dea.
eartoa. 6'i.fcO; baaaaaa. Sa lb. Lamaae
CalUomia 6305.75 caaa, Clark aeed
Unr $6 crata.
Pabbaa-e lacal. new, SO O 75a halt
rrate. PeUtaea - Orefoa, Oeaehutaa,
1.40ai-C0; Bkera 62. local 75QS1;
Takiaaa, SScvS1.35. - Kew patateaa
Califoraia raraeta. 32e; whitea.
tWt tb. Ctoiaaa Belling price to re
tailers: Oracaa, 80c cart.; CaL. aea
crop Bereaadaa, $3.50. eed paUtoaa
etinkm, 64 a 75a das. Spinach local.
6575 araase be. Celery California,
91.40&1.T6 ear dec; hearte, $1.40 dos.
baaehea. MeabraMaa hatkeoae. i
49b. reaara bett. 40e lb.
Swaet . fwtateaa aaatern. 6S.73 ham
aar. - Caaliflawar Calilernia. $2.35.
Beeea Califeraia. 6 hamper; 12a la.
Paaa Calif eroia, t(⁣ Oreron. B8o
lb. Temataea California. 63.25 lor. re
packed; Texas. SJ.15S.25: hethouae,
7V5 la. Lattaaa local. 6561
crate. Aapaiagaa aortbweat, SOU 61
POBTX.AHD. Ore, May 38 r(AP)
1.1 re paaltry aat baying prieee: heary
heaa, aalored 4S lba, ap. lSe; da
6 to d lba, lt-15a; da aadsr S lba, 13
ft lie; brailers. IBe; aid raaatera Te;
decks, aid Pehiaa. S022e; t print dacha,
tOQttc rese. 16c; tnrkeja. 20 22c
Petateee Oregea. OeeZoatea. $l.40
S5e 61.35. Kew petateee Califeraia
taraets, 33f4e: whites. 2o lb.
Hay feoyiaf pricea for prodacers: al
falfa. fl4tyl6i derer, 610U13; oata and
vetch, f 10011 taa.
Milk bariaa; priee: trade B $1.60
1.80 a een?al with "aarplaa" tlai.60
Pertlaad deliiry aad inspection.
.j - - rt..M .... Mki.t. iaas bm-
aau. lSe lb.; Brasila, 1820c; almaods.
leasiaae; iHn iuts, a--"-
' Hope aesalaal. l2t crap, 10 9 lie;
193. 1617C .
Dressed poelUr eellia f price to re
tailers: tarfceys, pear ta good, S533e;
aacas. ac; aats, 'ee; cina. . .
la. - - - - " -
SCIQ, May 2 Tho faculty and
juniors were hosts at the annual
janior-eenior banquet held Mon
dsy evening at C:30 o'clock at the
Odd Fellows Hall. Prof. F. A. Gal
leghy acted as toastmaster, and
each ot the seniors gave a. talk,
telllivg of their ambitions. During,
the evening Miss Pentney gave a
reading and later, while she read
"Lochia var. several of the other
teachers gave It ta pantomime.
C E. EJrTKRTAIXED
MIDDLE GROVE. May 28 The
Junior League met at tha home of
David Bartruff. Saturday erenlng
for; a welner roast and picnic. Jun
lora present were Earl Malm, Har
ry S chart,; Edna aad Harold
Beheasenger. Laura aad Lucille
Crane, George aad David Bar
truff. Alfred ueCamster, Murray
Dow. ; ; ! , "
Grade D raw 4 cafik.
delivered in Salem, " 91.30
CWt. . i ' - ' l . '
Butterfat at farm IBe.
rxtrzT jurs rsasTAaxsa
Price paiS-ia e;ewera er SeJeaa earera.
Raaisaes, 4os. . IS
Ceabaca, IV. .
HeaWea, has ,
Lifht bene ,
OXAXST aJTD HAS
., Baytag rxtcas
Woees, weatera tea
Oata, gray. ee.
S.00 a i.00
Ray: bayiac arte
Oata aaa vetea, tea
..s o e.eo
AlfaUa. vallar, SaA aattUff lS.fr0-lS.0O
Eaatara Oragoa ,
Caamoa - 11 Ot
Top rrsda -
Hera. 100 lbs
Cow , i
H ait era ,
Dreesed veal .
-05 ta jST
0S ta 4 '
SLlverton Mr. and Mm. John
T ITnhntf entertained at dinner
Sunday evening. Covers were
placed for Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Ekman, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell
Hoblitt, Mr. and Mrs. M. 8. Hob-
litt Sr.. ,Vr and Ura. Ci. B. Bent-
son and Mr. and Mrs. John Hob
TO MIS ,
ges.this N. Cfc'P rr'f i-
tOAO WOULD V CJ&rUEErJ BUXySH
( HAVE CCD ATLAS A O QaSXbffiCS ,TbO"
LOO LIKE A TiHK VA CAM
H-rA-H SOUNDS X I K
V.VKH FlSTlCOFFi, 1 VvOv ,
LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY
ozz. m ACGV, vooe.
V40USE LCOK6 SU'SfGCAfJO! I
Live 4 TfUO" CCTfe. UTYLE
OUCHTTD BE KEPTWACAfiE
- a . r - -i
TOOTS AND CASPER
1 oPEAl-roME. NrVHAT rlAPPENEl? YaLLI WJWOWr I Xf Au! Urrck rrnMi
JPEAVt-rObAE ' 1 WHAT HAPPENET H ALL 1 VHCN4Yb
V COLONEL4. -THI3 1 I TO
I 30PH?Hl OH'HI l -
MAYBE VC OU&HT
TO CALL A
Iiregular Trend: up la
Noted for Grama;
U.S. Supply low i'A
CHICAGO. -Mar 11 f AP)
Owing larger to nerroashese over
threatened big damage 4y drought
In Canada, grains showed an lrre
Cnlar upward trend today. Wheat
price advances derived a farther
stimulus from stock market ral
lies and from -signs that North
American export demand had Im
proved. " ' - - - ' - ;
It was announced that only 10
000,000 bushels remained ot 85,
0 00.0 00 bashels which United
States government-sponsored or-
ganuauons - boped to dispose ot
overseas before the new 1081 do
mestic crop started to move. -"Wheat
closed stronger. K cent
off to 7-8-1 p. corn 3-8-1 7-8
Ugber. oats at 1-8 decline to 14
- Brooks The Brooks commun
ity club was entertained at the
noma of Mrs. - Frank. Harris on
North Capitol street, Salem, at an
all-day meeting Thursday. A pet.
luck luneneon was served to the
following guests: Mr. and Mrs.
B. F. Jlamp, Mrs. H. H. Bosch,
Mrs. A. E. Hurls, Mrs. Art Ban-
yard, Mrs. Cecil V. Ashbaugh,
Mrs. WUlard Ramp, Mrs. Sd
Brooks, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Harris and Mrs. J. S. Dunlavy.
Additional guests la the afternoon
were Mrs. O..L. Bailey and Mrs.
The Brooks ladles Aid society
and : 'he Brooka community club
win hold a Joint meeting in the
Brooka community hall Monday
afternoon, June 1, In honor of
Miss Gladys Otto, who will be a
June bride. -
Mrs. Fay Leomls ot the Silver
ton Hills will entertain, the Brooks
community club at an all-day
meeting June 4.
. a) e
Jefferson A program of bean
tif ul music was presented Tues
day evening at- the Methodist
church, when Mrs. J. O. Taa
Winkle presented pupils la recital.
a mam op
A MO TAKE.
H3M, CAMPER? ME VIA TALVW
x - r,. XI LOMr P19TAMCE
5 HO LATOTCH1X. K HAPPENED "TO V"
's-ii'i ainiaki a aaaMBwa a t a at ear . - - a , i
j ' I rfcMwityAww I i inoi irrtjict , i a AwTLn
w a. a aa aivra rsaaa - . ar aj n ai asaa
assisted by Miss Maud Durfee.
Jean MeKee, Chester Wilson, Dal-
lis Harris, Gilbert Looney, Gilbert
Spragg and Ralph Beach. Piano,
orchestra . and Tocal selections
were Included la the program.
Those appearing were Cecelia and
Beulah Robinson, Frances Louise
Patton, Paulina Eel pp. Donna
June Powell, Chaster DUsoa, Ev
elyn GulTta. Zone- Selpp. Lael BU-
yeu. Elmer Beach, Gilbert Loon
ey. Gilbert Spragg, Rosalie Pullea,
BUlIe Knight. JuanlU Holt. Mrs.
D. George Cafe and Vara Watklas.
Mrs,. Marvel Blanton
Gervals Friends and neigh
bors in the Fairfield community
gave a shower Tuesday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. D. V. BaU-
weber for . Mrs. Marvel Blanton
(Edythe Moore) a bride ot May
10, A . social afternoon occupied
the time until the late afternoon
when refreshments. were served.
. -Thosa present were the- honor
guest. Mrs. Marvel Blanton. Mrs.
John TMarthaler. Mrs. Mike Ma-
honey, Mrs. Frank Mahoney, Mrs.
Frank Cannard, Mrs. Chris Jer
genson. Mrs. Otto Bltler, Mrs.- C
A. Sawyer. Mrs. Jo Fltts. Mrs.
A. B. Adkissla, Mrs. Kenneth
Coomler, Mrs. 8. . D. Manning.
Mrs, Fen Runcorn, Mrs. Charles
Allenbak, Mrs. , Ralph DuRette.
Mrs. D. B. DaRette, Mrs.' Charles
Ballweber. Mrs. D. V. Balrweber,
Mrs. Robert Dungey, Mrs. C R.
Moore, Mrs. L . V. MeAdoo and
the Misses Rose Bltler. Florence
and Joan DuRette. Yera Short,
Lorene Bailweber. Rath Palmer
and Lois Coomler. ,
e e e ' .
Central Howell -A delightful
party with Jean Lauderback as
the hostess was enjoyed Saturday
afternoon with; the following
guests : Eaogene, Lucille and Jo
sephine Wood. Busie Rmtchman:
Lucille Roth; Helen and bene
Nafseirer. Florence Hansen,
Ruth : Simmons; Lucille Dnnnl-
gan, Bessie Darkens, Emmallne
and Evaline Nafzelger.
The girls spent th afternoon
playing games on the lawn and
later were seated at a prettily
decorated table on the lawn while
the hostess mother, Mrs. John
Lauderback. assisted by Mrs. Ed
Dannigan Jr., served delicious re
freshments. I - ;
H0Noe,n tzeftx&i voue t&&
THE PUNS OFF YOuSt
9 ( 1V, )( filttS. Ca.V A A
nfi OUTCM 1 GftSTAT lOSFeh I
' Va &X2Z --) r GAMCB VbO
Q I 1
- M ' ; , ' W V I
6mi. Kias reeaarea ayaetiate. lea. Creej BrKala Whto i. nt
U TO! MPAliR14HTl
a? 1 a I ea. w - --aaj
:e- 1 a ' - . i
Pleasant View The Cconomie
eluh ot Surprise grange met Tues
day for an all-day meeting at the
home. of Mrs, Clifford White. The
morning was spent la piecing a
Quilt.. At the noon hour dinner
was served to 80 guests. '
This was followed by the regit
lar "business secsloa .with Mrs.
Stalls Miller presiding. Boll call
was responded to. and extensive
Plans . discussed. In regard to en
tertaining Pomona grange in June
as joint host with Ankeny grange.
- Special guests were Uesdames
J. O. Farr, Louise Johnston aad
Leia Cola, xrom Ankeay; jnllus
Krens,, Union Hill; Mse . Ledger-
wood, Salem, and Ray Fusion,
Aumsvilla. The regular member
ship present were Mesdames Ray
mond Titus, Thomas Little. G. W
Ferris, J. L. Webb. A. L. Denyer:
TJ. E. Denyer, Muarrave, E. Mc
Kay, Fred Mitchell. George Crume;
T. T. Palmer, Wauaee, Lewis, Jim
Bones. WUga Galvia, SteUa Mil
ler, Earl Cook -and the hostess
Mrs.- WhUe. 5
.There were a number of men
guests, Raymond Titus, Thomas
Little, TJ. E. Denyer. James Den
yer. . Mr. Mas grave and the. host.
Clifford White. '.
Surprise Party for
Jefferson Lad ' 1
detlerson JL lovely social
eveat of the week was a surprise
party Monday night, given at the
home of Mr. aad Mrs. Elmer
Beach, honoring their son, Ralph
the occasion being, his sixteenth
birthday anniversary. - J
Pink and white rosea formed
the color scheme for the delight
ful evening. Games were-played
until a late hour, when all were
invited Into . the dining : room;
where refreshments were served.
The favors were pink rose petal
nnt baskets. .
Present besides the honor guest
and the other members of the
Beach family were Mervlne Thurs
ton. Jean McKee. Ketthel Smith,
Lucille Pratt. Jeaaia Hart. Francis
Catchall. Melvln Morris, Mile
Harris and Noel Davis. . ;
:, ; . -; -::. -:
Bridge Tea is
A charming affair of Wednes
day was the bridge tea which
Mrs. H. K. Pieseckl entertained
at her home on Cascade Drive,
avert coa usr mavt
, MlS DAY WlfflS,
'The war Isn't Orer
' I o
IPC lOSfMiriE 3o5rfVE
ME KXJCtTTlETO THE M5M
SHAJ2CS tH Ki GOLDQ4
fVVHRSAM11 NOW I REMEMSE
t Wlft Til lM- TO UwktCHTXs
Att M SWEETMHAtrrCBJEC7en
r , .
West Salem, Garden flowers in
profusion formed a . cool, sum
mery background for the four
tables at which cards were in
pjay during; the early afternoon
hours. . . - . . ( .
Mrs. - Walter fipauldlng and
Mrs; Earl Fnlghan of Dallas as
sisted at the tea hour. " Winning
scores were held by Mrs. Ernest
Thorns. Mrs. Roy Mflls, and Mrs.
Joha T, Hunt of Woodhnrn.
The guest list included Mrs.
Ernest Thorn. Mrs. Walter Kirk,
Mra Edgar Fierce, Mrs. JL H.
Belt, Mrs. Sam Laughlln, Mrs.
Walter Spsuldlng, Mrs. Roy
Mill, Mrs. Leo Pegs. Mrs. W. L
Staler. Mrs. Max Page. Mrs. F. O. ;
Bowersox,' Mrs. John Brophy,
Mrs; J. WUlett, Mrs. .B. V. Me
Mechan, Mrs. A. M. Jerman, Mrs.
Tom? Galloway, Mrs. Linn
Smith, Mrs. J. T. Hunt ot Wood
burn and Mrs. Charles Bllyeu,
Mrsj'i Earl Futgham and Mrs.
Pentt C Cram of Dallas. '
. l ' V -
Laurel Social Hour
- Kthgwood Members ' of the
Laurel Social Hour club met
Tuesday afternoon . at the home
of Mrs. A. L. Applewhite for
their semi-monthly meeting. Mrs.
J. .A Tantlss presided at the bus
iness session. Mrs.' Theodore Ber
nard and Mrs. J. B. Smith were
appointed as a -visitation commit
tee for the ensuing two mouths.
Mrs.' Bernard Benson, Mrs. Glenn
L. Adams and - Mrs. Warren B.
Baker were appointed -as a com
mittee on general arrangements
for a plcnlo te be held in the near
fhture. Members responded to
roll call with aa account ot the
manner in which they first earn
ed money . and the meaner ia
which' they spent 1L This was fol
lowed by group singing of old
melodies and an educational
game.! The hostess was assisted at
the fee hour by Mrs. J. B. Smith
aad Miss Catherine Applewhite.
Members present were Mes
dames Bernard Benson, O. E.
Vosburgh, B. B. Flack. J. B.
Smith, Glenn L.- Adams. Theodore
Bernard. Albert Beekman, Ed
ward FinleyJ. A. Tantlss. R. A.
Blerlns and the hostess, Mrs. A.
L. Applewhite. Special guests
wer Mrs. Carl Mobley, Mrs. Mary
Lister and Miss Catherine Apple
white. Mrs. D. A. Williams will be
hostess to . the dab members
Tuesday, Jane t, at her home on
King wood Drive.
I WON'T FIGHT
HOOFER H OBLUEt
LARttV MlrHT HAVE BCOOMrZ
CHAMPION, AKPIFH5 HAO
THEVP BOTH MAWS A
Fortuh a BUTT IT&
AlL OvT3iSa5T A
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Miss Varley Will
A Quiet wedding of this morn
ing, will be that which will unite
Miss Emma Varley, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. TL -C. Varley and
Vern Math Is. son of Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Mathls ot Salem.
The ceremony will be read at
:I0 o'clock this morning by
Her. 8. Daflow Johnson ia the
residence ot Mr. and Mrs. Varley
before a small traup of ' Imme
diate relatives. Miss Varley wilt
be unattended. After - a ' brief
wedding trip the young people
will ba at home la the Hollywood
district of Salem.
A number of social events have
been given for Miss Varley. MUs
Dorotha Cannon was hostess for
the last of these affairs Tuesdsy
night at the Cannon home on
Mornlngside. Cards were In play
and at a late hour MUs Cannon
was assisted . In serving by Mrs.
C. C Cannon aad Miss Constance
Krebs. Miss Georgia Nash, Miss
Delore Mills and Mlai .Roberta
Gervals Teacher '
Gerrais-Mlss Mabel Z. Harden.
bride-elect, was given a surprise
kitchen shower by a group of
friends at the home of Mrs. Vir
ginia O. Booster Monday evening.
A social eveaing la which was
featured a mock wedding cere
mony was -concluded with pre- .
sentatlon ot gifts aad a refresh- t
meat hour. j
Miss Harden has taught the
home economies department la
the high school during: the past
year ana Is the only teacher who
will not return next year. She la
to be married to Roy Browa.
prominent stock man of Sanders,
Idaho, the wedding to be aa
event of the late summer,
Mill City A surprise party
was held at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Means In , Mill City
Wednesday . evening when the
members ot the Christian En
deavor went fn a group from the
church to their home. A very
pleasant evening of games and
musle was followed by a delight
ful lunch la which strawberry
shortcake held the center of at
traction. Mr. and Mrs. Means
hare both been active in the work
of the church and their efforts
will be very much missed by the
different church organizations, i
By WALT DISNEY
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By JIMMY MURPHY
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