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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon. Wednesday Morning. July 1, 1931
fiivcrdale ; Park Scene of
Eighth Annual Meeting
ROBERTS. Jane 10. The
eighth annual' reunion of the Tay
lor clan was held Sunday at Rtt
nrdale park. A bountiful basket
dinner waa enjoyed, after which a
Short business session and pro
cram were held. -
Mrs. Edith Jones of McMInn
fllle presided .at the ; election of
officers.. Mrs. Ella Burnett or
; Portland was ehosen as president
tor next year; Mrs. Mabel Htggins.
Roberts, secretary; Mrs.. Charles
T. Parker of Portland is retiring
The- program follows: Redu
ction. Russel Parker; sons. Jack
ie Parker; sons and recitation.
Carolyn Brown; ' recitation and
piano solo, Janet Parker? oong and
recitation, Marilyn Watt.
: Those attending; were Mr. and
Mrs. Charles ,T. Parker and child
ren. Rnssel. Jackie and Janet. W.
I. Ingram and daughter Esther.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Burnet and
on John, and Mr. and Mrs. Rob
art Burnet, all of Portland; Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Hardwtck, and
Mrs Edith. Jones of MeMinnTllle;
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Van Clears and
tons Howard and Gordon of ML
Angel. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Ridings.
Molalla; Mr. and Mrs. G. JB. Wy
tand. Hubbard; Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Smith. Monmouth; Mrs. Myr
tle Mount and sons Parker and
James. J. W. Moffat and children.
Jean and John, and Miss Kerns,
f Oregon City; Mr. and Mrs. Glen
.fllll and Mrs. Edward Taylor. Se
attle; J. B. Parker, Mr. and Mrs.
R. W. Wyatt and children. Mar
ilyn and Richard. Mr. and Mrs.
Iran Brown and daughter Marilyn,
Salem; Mr. and Mrs. IL Mattiaon.
Independence; Mr. and Mrs. G. S.
Higgles and children, Raymond
and James, of Roberts.
a LOWS SHORT
PORTLAND. June SO (AP)
Raspberries and loganberries were
: the principal offerings of interest
on the East Side Farmers market
todayr The supply was well nnder
the offerings on the first session
of the week and as a consequence
first prices were P as high as
fl.2S for good qualify raspber
ries. As additional trucks pulleo In
to the market, prices eased down
to $1.00-1.10 where-they held for
good quality offerings. Some less
deatrable stock went under the
' dollar mark.
The loganberry situation was
about the same as in raspberries
as far as price was concerned. As
a rule.' the logans bring around a
dime more a crate where the qual
ity Is similar.
According to some of the grow-
' era. canneries are going to take
more of the berries beginning
shortly. The stock is being taken
for canning and not barreling.
The general run of berries has too
much water in them for barreling
Blackcaps were slightly easier.
Bt stuff was bringing $1.65
early in the session, ..but ' buyers
found stock available at a nickel
nnder tbat as the session progress
ed. . : : -
There was a large supply of ve
getables on the market. Most ot
this supply was of very good qual
.', Ity anoVuo price . recession was
A sale of Oregon variety straw
berries established the market- on
that berry for the -session. 1 Of
ferings were rery limited.
TO GIVE REPORTS
. MACLEAT, June St. Reports
f the delegates who attended the
state grange meeting will be made
at the regular meting which will
be held Thursday evening, July 2,
Instead of July 3, owing to holi
day plans of some of the members.
Mrs. H. E. Martin, Mrs. Louise
McGee and Mrs. A. Mader will
hare charge of the refreshments,
and Sammy Wilson. Harry Mar
tlngo and Allen Baker of the dec
. SILVERTON. Jnne 1 - The
Mt. Angel Tolanteer fire depart
ment bors were guests of the 811
ertoa department here last night
at the firemen's dubrooms In the
cltf haK. Cards and asupper wers
big items on the evening's pro
gram. During the evening. Dick Whit
ted, member ot the Silverton de
partment and a recent bridegroom,
accompanied by his bride, .was
giren a wild ride about the eitr.
GUKSTS FROM WASHIXGTOX
' MT. ANGEL. June 10. Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Wagner and baby
daughter Donna Edith, of South
Bend, Wash., are spending a
week's vacation at the home of
Mrs. Wagner's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. frsfCk Pinsker ot McKee sta
MT. AXOKU June !. The
new butcher, O. Justus, who Is an
emptor of the Mt. Angel Meat
company, has moved with his fans-,
ity Into the Mike Hoter house.
VISIT AT BEACH
? SCIO, Juno SO Mr. and Mrs.
AreSIe Long accompanied by Mr.
and Mrs. J. N. long spent a few
dare at the coast visiting MT. and
Mrs. . WMard Long and . family
-wbo-trre la Tillamook county. -
WHEAT ROCKETS AT, MONTH. END
eggs I may advance' again "soon
Amount for Delivery
. In June Settlement
! I Is Short
CHICAGO. Juno SO (AP)
Despite big stocks of wheat here.
the amount arailable for delivery
on June contracts today proved
scant, and June quotations sky
rocketed I cents a bushel.-
I The flare-up came as a climax
to settlement of 1130 old crop
wheat transactions, but Involved
only 80S.000 bushels, a total
smaller than usual at the month
end I in Chicago. The fact that
old wheat was not being thrown
an the bargain counter helped to
make new crop deliveries rally
from earlier setbacks. .
! Wheat closed Irregular, at He
decline to g cents adranee, corn
unchanged to 3-8 off. Oats un
changed to 1-8 up. - ', -
I PORTLAND. Ore, Jane SO (AP)
Prodaee eacaaara. net pricee: batter,
extra 84; staaeenU SI; prists firtU
SI : firata -11. Egga, track extras 19:
fresh aseala-a IS.
1 I Portland Grain
i P02TLAXD. Ora, Jui 10 (AP)
I ... Opaa Hick Vow Close
Bap.' IS 6H 5 H
Oeaa markata: wheat: bis Bao4 blae
steaa .S7 ; eel whit, westera white .97:
hara. winter, aorthera spring, waatara red
.44. i .
Oata: No. S waite
Ce s a, s a. y. 2.oo.
Millraa aUaaars S1J.00.
1 Portland Livestock
I PORTLAKD, Ore, Jane SO (AP)
OattU 11S. calree 10, aroaaa steady.
I Steers ftOO-SOO lbs.. $8.3 Q
MS; median T.75&S-2S; common 0.S0
4JT.75; do SOe-llbO lb, eod 8.00(0
BJ50; medians T.24SS.OO; common 6.00
f.15; da 1100-1300 lbs, rood 7.00
7.15; laeaiaa 6.00 7.0O. Heifers 5SO
050 lbe., n4 S.&0 (07.00; Bedlam 5.50
d 6.60; eoamoa 4.50 (& 5.60. Cows, rood
6.25 a 5."; coatmoa aad medium 4.25
(.25; low eatter and cotter 1.75(4.25.
ball (yearlings eluded) food and
choice beef 4.254.75; cotter, (man
sad audiasa .004.23. Vealera, anilk
led. t food aad choice T.SO&S.OO; ; me
dium . TSQT. 15; evil aad coalmen S.75
Idlb.H. CaWea 250-500 lb, good and
lion 180. week.
I Uahl 10-160 lbs., food and
hoice CS.25&9.00. Ljgbt weight 160-180
lb., good ond choice 675M9.U0; do lsO
200 lbe.. rod nod choice 8.75 9.00.
Medina weirht 200-220 lb., cood and
Choice 8.00 & 9.00; do 220-260 lbe., good
and ckMce 7.008.00. Hear? weight 250
290 lbs., good ond choice 8.50 47.50;
da 290-350 lbs., good aad choice 6.25
7J25. Packiag ui 275-500 lba medinm
and rood 5.25 & 8.00. .Feeder and block
er pica 70-130 lbs good and choice 7.50
1 Sheep and lamb COO, anotabl? steady.
Lamba SO lbs. down, good end choice
5.25 fr 6.25; medium 4.25 it S.2S; all
waichu eoamoa 3.504.50. Yearling
wethers 90-110 lb., medium to choice
2.003.50. Hwm 00-120 lbs, asodinaa
to choice 1.752.2S; do 120-150 lbs,
medinm to choice 1.502.0W oil weights
call aad common 1.00 & 1.60.
j Fruits, VegQtables
rOK.TLAT. Ore., Juno 0 (AP)
Oranges packed. Valencia, $2.75 (3' 5;
grapeirait. Plorida,- $i.5(5; California.
3.75'45; limes. S-dex. carton'. $2.50;
bananas. 6c ib. Lemona California,
Strawberries Oregon, llinhall. $2(2
2.50. Rupberriei local, $1.25 crate.
WatermeHone Klondtfcea. 2e lb. Caota-loun-es
California jnmbo. $202.75;
standard, $3.25 tt 2.70; pony. $1.S52
crate. Honeydew melons California
jam bo. $3.7(a 3; standard, $2.50 d
2.7 i crate. .
Cabbage local, new,- 60(3 75 bait
crate. Oaions selling price to retailers:
Oregon, $1.50(3 1.75 twt; CaU new crop
Bermudas, $1.75 crate; yellow, $2.25S
2.50 cental: red, $1.75 cental. Seed po
tatoeslocal ltel7e lb. Rhubarb
local, bulk, 2 H e lb. Artichokes 60
Bpiaach local. Tie orange box. Celory
Labia. T6cf $1.25 par dosen. Mask
rooms krtkwnse. (5 40. Peppers
bell, green, StflOe. Sweet potatoes
oastera. SS.76 hamper. Caelillower
northwest. $11.25 per era to. "
Bean The lalle, 6Sc Tomatoes
Saa Pedro, $1.16(2.25 lng. repacked.
Teaaa. $2.7563.23; hothouse. 12 614c
lettuce local. $l.2Sg 1.75 crmte. Aipar
sgna northwest. $1.25. Cberriea
Bingv 7tJ8c lb.; Royal Anao. 66 lb.
i Portland Produce
PORTLAND. Ore.. Jo no 80 (AP)
Milk boring- price: grade B $1.60 ft
1.SO a ceatal. with, surplus" $11.60
Portland deliverr and inspection.
Kati Oregon walaats, 18j25e; pea
ants, lie la.; Erasila. l90e; aUaoada,
14fl$a lb.; lilborta. J2022c; pecans,
Hofo aoaaiaal. 129 crop. lOQlle;
1930. Idl7e. ' ?
Ldvo poaltrr et baying prices:
hearr fcoas. eoWred. d lbs. ap. 17
lo 1.; da SH-4 lbe., 12 lie; mador
SH la 10 wile; broilers, wkito, 17a;
colored 1$W0 lb.; Wo. S helekena. 6c
lb.; aid rooetorm. 7; aacsa, resua, itw
lSc; goosa lie.
Potstoea Oregoa. : toacktoa, $l.t5Q
1.60; Bakers, $1.75; loeal. T010; To
Mew peteteea local, 14 a Ik.; oart,
west tt h.
Hmy be? tag price for prodaoor; al
falfa, $141: ctoror, $10Q12; oaU
and vetck. $1011 toa.
Brtaaed pooitrj seXUar wrlee to re
tailers: tarkera. poor to good. SSa;
decks, ,15c; geese. 18c; capons. S1Q
Ws da eod ay. July 1
-! gflW-42S Xcv PortUad
:$( Dorotioaal aorriaea.
7: Hi Moraimg Appottsere.
. 7 :4t Van and. Iao, KBO.
8:3 Loa Angeles Breakfast dab. '
. 9 :0O Cooking scheoL
l:lfi Mary lisle Martin, NEC
10:8(1 Woman's Ksrauao of the Air,
ll:4.'i Mnsical Mail Box.
11:11 Western Farm aad Home ksar.
ItlK VBO Matlaao. .
S tl Trait Blaaors,
S !.' Organ. .
d: 14 Talk, Governor Koeoovall,
4: XI Cowboy Krdao. 'BO.
7 ;0 Amos 'a Andy.
S:Si Jack Todd, aoloiat.
6:11 Kia Tin Tia Tkrillars, KBO,
8:4.1 Hal Toong, toner.
10:11 Traffie Talk, Captela Krria, .
10:41 Doarec a Oappolla ckola,
KOZV S4S Xa. Portlaas
7:0t MwrolUoa. '
f:i Bacoaadera. '
7:41 Bob Wrte apeeUkloa,
$.-a Tbroagb Us WtadoW.
:0 Aad sad tirgtala.
:ll rordlaaada's arebestra, CBS.
lltOe Hansaay Pes tore.
11H UMraotioaal KiUhoa.
1:08 Kasteoa at tba Air.
2:00 Hollywood Oaekoo dob.
S tow reoalnlno Pneilaa,- DM4V '
:00 Captala Jack,.
Grade B raw 4 milk,
delivered 1st Salens, f 1.10 to
Bntterf at at ' farm 10e.
Salem SOc. ,
ntTTT AVO TXaETASUa
Prioo said to rrowers by Balsa barer.
Jane $0, 11
Onions, doa. "
Asparagus , Bft
Spiaaea, era to
Lettnco, era to
.16 te IS
ateaiaa neas .
OKATJI ASTD HAT
Wkeat, waatara rod
Wkit. ba. .
Bariey. toa " te
Oat, grey. ba.
Orke and vetck. toa - X-a oa
Alfalfa, vstlay. 1st tsttisg 1$.00-1S.O
Eastern oracaa " "
Lemba. toa .
Hors. 100 lbs. np
Cows ... i. .,
08 H -.07
-0S6 to .S7
to JO I
Drasaed aal .
Coarse , . in
HAS SUM3tKR WORK
ROBERTS. oTnne 10. Mrs. Ba
ther Tnery Is at the coast keep
ing house for her two sons. Floyd
and Henry. The boys have posi
tions with the state highway de
MLLE. . .
'ACT, TUB ,
OUT OF TrtS
I MAS FALLEN!
r IM THE
Tims to jf
YES. IF THRr5V YoO IN
POftUC Y00 GO FRtt-
JIRU6 5QUfS0 FOft
UTTLE ANNIE ROONEY
IUBETCHAVOUU BE SOCy
SfP3 AlMT R2 Siet5-VOU
N0B0DEVB2 HEARD OP A
POLLY AND HER PALS
VER CUJBS IS TOO LIGHT 1 j
UNK VOLfLL. NEVER GITVg
NOWHERE WITH rd7SZ
THflrrjroy : set y Z.kash
Gain of Monday Ffiilly
PORTLAND. Jnne St (AP)
The butter market was steady to
day. - Demand has been holding
up well enough te prevent price
recessions. The rains In the past;
few weeks have Improved pasture
conditions and consequently, a
large supply of butter Is coming
onto the market. This Is: being
felt more In the higher score bat
ter than in other grades. j
The advanca ot one cent s dot
en on eggs established yesterday
was (ally maintained and talk in
the trade Indicates another, ad
vance before the end of the week
if conditions remain unchanged.
The receipts are hardly '1 heavy
enough to supply the demand.
New apples are more plentiful.
Although the - market has not
changed la the wholesale trade. It
has a weaker undertone and shad
ing ot. prices- may be expected
Another- SO cent rise In femons
was forced In the trade today due
to heavy demand la the east
where consumption has , followed
the thermometer to higher levels.
A similar advance was announced
Receipts ot Walla Walla Globe
variety onions are speeding : up 1
here. These offerings arei going
to the trade at $1 15.
First arrivals of Dlllard eanta
lopes are expected about August
1. The crop Is said to bo a little
ahead of a year ago. The present
offerings from "Delano, Calif., are
of good quality. .
Light country killed veai was
weaker today with quotations at
11-11 tt cents. . Heavy veal, trom
180 to 200 pounds. Is moving
slowly. . Receipts are all out of
proportion to demand, Portland
Produce company says. .
Another shipment Of corn from
The Dalles was received I today.
Shipments are being held back by
weather conditions.' The corn
was priced at 5-70 cents per dos
en to the trade. 1
Colored broilers at 18-10 cents
were oft slightly, bat steady at the
IP YOU 60 OUT OH THE OCEAU.'
HZASZ OT SAILOR BOYS ' BUT
new price. There is food tup
ply of all springers on the mar
ket. White leghorns are to
the trade at IT eer.ta. Receipts
of hens ar light and the market
Is In good shape.
' The undertone of the market
for red currants is firm. The last
otj the season's bulk offerings
is tat hand aad am svdrance is pre
dicted for next week's opening.
-1 ..;.; :
, HOLLYWOOD, June 1 9 Mr,
and Mrs. Leo .Kathriner and chil
dren. Fredie ind Leo of Dallas
were Sunday visitors at the home
ot D. Jeager. Mr. Kathriner is a
brother of Mrs. Jeager.
. Mr. and Mrs. Domaacholsky and
children Junior and Jlmmte. also
of Dallas were weekenmsitora at
the D. Jeagers ot this district; '
. Carl Anderson ot Portland spent
the weekend as the borne guest of
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fisher. Carl
Is s nephew of Mrs. Fisher.
IN 8ILVKRTOJT HOSPITAL
SCOTTS MILLS. June 20
George Myers, who has been very
ill the past four weeks . was re
moved to the Sllverfon hospital
Friday morning In a very serious
condition, but at last reports,
seems to bo some better.
Mr. Myers has been . afflicted
with heart trouble for tome time.
His daughter. Mrs. Calvin Philip
ot Seaside, has been called home.
Olf WEDDINQ TRIP
SILVERTON. June 10 Qua
Herr ot this city has' received
word that his brother, the Rev.
Julius Herr. and bride, would ar
rive for a visit In a few days. The
Rer. Herr made a trip through
here a year ago In company with
three' fellow students, and while
here occupied " the pulpit of the
Christian-church. He was married
June 18. at Wishek, North Dako
ta, te Miss Amelia Pressler. -
SILVERTON, June 20. Albert
Herrod. who came here six
months sgo to better bis health
and visit friends, left tonight for
his home In South Dakota. Mr.
Herrod declared ' that his health
had been greatly benefitted, and,
that he had fallen In lore with the
Oregon country and would prob
ably return permanently.
. " 1 1 -
. Now Showing "Unshatteraable 'VXssarir j '
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COMES AM' THE WflWESj
15 A SAllOC
AS WSH AS A
yESjTHlS IS OUR HEWIEST SEtTT
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TO W PERIL
Safe and Sane Celebration
Is Urged; Cites Ways
To Reduce Hazard
'Caution against the dangers
which attend Fourth ot July cele
brations and which have annually
taken a heavy toll in lives and
property was issued Tuesday by
Fire Chief Harry Hutton. His
statement follows: , . I
The glorious Fourth is made
a day of suffering and loss for
some people. Knowing as we do
la this civilised age of the serious
loss of life and property by fire,
and , of the accidents caused - by
fireworks and firecrackers each
year, we should realize , the im-.
portance of a safe and sane Inde
pendence day celebration. ( . . .
The Fourth of July is always
a busy and worrisome day for hos
pitals, doctors and firemen, and
a aad one for the sufferers, j
. "By cautioning people (about
the dangers to which life and
property are exposed on. the
Fourth, by doing all we can: to re
mote the hazards, and by substi
tuting for a noisy And dangerous
celebration Intelligent and bene
ficial direrslon, vs uphold the
Ideal of a safe aad sane observ
ance ot the day. , "
"Every citizen la Salem ahould
cooperate In preserving the safety
ot life and property by discourag
ing the use ot fireworks and fire
crackers. 21o"over, he . should
clear his premises of Inflammable
litter and rubbish ot all kinds be
tour the Fourth, keep a garden
hose ready . tor instant use. and
fears where the nearest fire box
li located in ease of tiro.
"Remember that 'an ounce of
prevention Is worth a pound of
. "You. can help save life and
property on Independence day." .
AT FASHLT REUXIOX
STAYTON. June 20 Dr. i and
Mrs. H. A. Beauchamp and Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Beauchamp, as
well as Drr Frank Beauchamp
and Mrs. ' Carrie Beauchamp at
tended the annual family reunion
at Longvlew on 8unday. j They
SU5POSE OU KEPS
to tT-rux. bet youtt
STORMS oour CAJ2Eeour
"In hot Pursuit" "j T';- ' - "
,t20MSOM WAS A SAtLO, AN" LOCXi
WWAT HAPPENED TO
C HQs. Ktet rreha Si si rail, tar. C el Sro
a . i mm s mar
sr - x l u- l .u w t sua .
- fS - 'J ... U- m i
ware met by Harvey Beauchamp,
his wife aad two daughters trom
Taeonuu It was A most enjoy
able occasion Jor all. While they
encountered some showers it did
not tncouyonieafiO them as the
availed themselves of thi Urge
community house there.
mm HOPES FOD
II. S. PLMJ BI
BERLIN. June 20. (AP)
The Germain foreign office and
the Germanpeople were torn be
tween hope and fear while they
awaited the outcome of the nego
tiations in Paris between Andrew
W. Mellon, American secretary of
the treasury, and the heads ot the
The question that was bother
ing the Germans was whether Mr.
Mellon would be able to hold out
for the fundamental principles of
President Hoover's oae-year war
debt moratorium plan. .
An early- risit by Frederick M.
Sackett. American ambassador, to
Foreign Minister Curtins, reassur
ed German officials that Mr. Hoov
er in no wise proposed; to wash
his hands ot the situation and to
leave Germany to fight it out with
Franca the points raised in the
French reply te America. J
To Retract His
TACOilA. Juae 20. (AP) '
Governor Roland H. Hartley will
not - receive a retraction from
Rev. Charles MacCaughey. pastor
et th Mason. Methodist Episcopal
church here of charges intimat
ing the governor participated In
a party during the last legisla
ture which resulted In the arrest
of several men on- liquor charges,
the minister said today.
The executive sent a letter 'to
the : pastor, describing his , re
marks as false, libelous and. slan
derous. - '
; Replying, the minister" de
clared. "I have full substantia
tion for what I said, and it will
not do you a bit ot good to ham
mer on the table and get red in
the tac about it." . r
I U3r5 J0S CilrtY. THE
rMcXGlNirACt. 1 ltEft! 5fY,
I a mm . a " ee. av a a - a . . . 9
OOKT GET YOOR CHtrA
'NOT NOW X Alffr-
HEIX. TEACH rWS
, A SAJLOe DOES
rtetss trer A.
WHO LEFT THIS BA3
f V 1
ON THE PUBLIC H1GHVW?
TRIP I'll Cl!i
, SDLVERTON. June 20 Two
Silverton girls, the Misses Cora
Goplerud and Helen Tingelstad,
are touring the middle west and
east with the Parkland college
choir t." Parkland, Wn. Miss
Goplerud writes her mother. Mrs.
Marie Goplerud. that the group Is
having an interesting but rather
strenuous trip. They are making
the trip in bus. traveling some
days a smuch as 4(0 miles be
In CbJcago they found the .
weather extremely hot and the
water disagreeable. The choir La
now In Ohio and expects to be In
the far west by July 20.
Support of New
LONDON. June 20. r (AP)
Prime Minister Ramsay MacDon
ald. laying the statistics of world
armaments before the house of
commons' here, asked pledges ot
support from all political parties
to a British policy of drastic re
dactions. in naval, military and
air forces at next February's dis
His figures showed -Great Bri
tain to be the only world power
which has reduced its naval and
military expenditures in recent
years while the United States,
France, Italy and Japan all wen
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To Start Tasks
New officers for Rotary will
take office Wedneaday neon at
the club's regular meeting at the
Marion hotel, E. M. Page Is to be
president..' Other new officers ar
W. L." Phillips, vice i president;
George H. Riches, treasmrer; Erie
Butler, aecrotary; T. G. Deckebach,
and Ted Paulas, trustees. Presi
dent Page will announce commit
tees for next year at the meeting.
Dr. H. C- Epley will lead the singing.-
By WALT DISNEX
BUTBAUOC BHi. SAVS
HOW TO DO EVl-CvTIiG
By CUFF STERRITTT
DOESHT FfXLL UJHEH 1
I SMtXCK. HIM THE J
JOKE lUAUU BE OH- W
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