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: : ; I The OREGON STATESMAN; Salem. Oregon. Sunday Moraln?, Jnly 26. 1931
GROUP WILL VISIT
- SllEM INDUSTRIES
Trada and Commerce Tour
Of Portland Chamber
To be Wednesday
A tonr. of the majwr Industries
of Salem. Trill be mad next Wed
nesday, July 19. "when the'trade
and commerce department of tlie
Portland cbtmbcr ot commerce
ends 8 of Its representatives
for an Inspection of the plants.
r The- Portland era are expected
here by 11 t. n. vrhea, they will
be met at the chamber of com
merce rooms by the Industrial
committee of-"the Salem chamber
headed by William M. Hamilton.
The Miles Linen company's plant
will be the first 'visited. From
there the group will go to - the
plant of-the Salem Linen Mills
, 7 At 1:S p. to. Ray A. Yocumv
manager of the - Reid. Murdoch
company, will, entertain the visi
tors and the local hosts at a
; luncheon serred on the lawn at
' his plant. ;
Paper Plants and ' - - -? m
Canneries On llonte '
7 Continuing, the tour, the group
will bo through the factories ot
, th Western Paper ' Conrerting
company, the Hunt Brothers
Packing company and the Oregon
Pnlp tc Paper company. Ed N.
Weinbaum of the Portland cham
,ber of commerce heads bis dele
gation. SerTing with Mr. Hamilton
on the local committee are Wil
liam G. Allen. D. W. Eyre. James
O. Heltzel, A. B. McLauchlan.
Walter T. Molloy and T. A. Win
drshar. As .many other Salem
chamber of commerce members as
can are urged to Join the part on
Its inspection tonr.
A number of visits to Industrial
plants In other cities are being
planned, by Portland chamber
Ttffi I FROM
The body of an unidentified
man, weighing 17$ pounds and
fire feet eight In height, lay in
a local morgue, last night-with
little prospect that the, name of
the dead person would be discov
ered. The corpse was found In
shallow water at Hall's Ferry Is
land, eight miles above Salem.
Saturday morning at 11 o'clock by
Walter B. Gerth, Polk county dep
uty sheriff, and Bert Smith. Mar
lon county deputy sheriff, who
had been searching the river for
the body of George Apoln, S. who
drowned last Sunday.
' No clothes, except a pair ot tan
oxfords and socks were found
the body. Gerth advanced the the
ory fast night that the man had.
attempted to wade 'the river.
There was no indication, on the
body of foul play, although ie
composition which had set in during-
the six weeks since death is
thought to have occurred made it
' difficult for the twe men to ascer
tain the cause of death. "
The man's head was partly
bald. The condition ot the body
made office" certain it was not
the remains of Apoin.
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By HELEN BREITHAUPT
CAMP S ANT ALT. July J5.
' Thursday afternoon the older
Idrls started on the overnight
hike, carrying their provisions on
sticks on their shoulders.
Friday night was stunt, night.
with each group and some of the
advisors presenting stunts. It was
held around the campfire and a
prjie was presented to the ones
Siring the best stunt.
Tonight is Joint stunt night
with the Boy Scouts at their
camp. Sunday wtlf be our day for
-visitors ' and we are planning a
large water pageant for friends
"and the families on the edge of
the water. Fancy swimming will
be given by some of the" more ad
vanced students, who are carrying
the leading parts In the pageant.
Two new girls came to camp
r Thursday and will atay the rest
of the week. They are Hazel Mc
i Elroy and lues Reynolds.
! MRS. HOBSOIf IIA
, LYONS July,2X Mri. Harry
Hebson Is quite ill at her home
-about -8 miles east of town.
She has been confined to her bed
the past week. She hursted a
! blood Tessel in her stomach while
' doing some heavy , lift lag. Her
j sister Mrs. Mathews of Portland.
. Is here asltlng Miss NoreU Hob
. son care for her mother who Is
- reported as to be improving eat-
7 isfactorily. "- ."
: , - hop mxs BOLT :
INDEPENDENCE, yuly 2S
Charles MaUuda Is Building two
20x30 hop kilns and a baling
and store room 24x60. - These are
to take care ot his coming crop of
' hops. ' ,7
Mr. MaUuda Urea two mile
south of Independence. The
houses last year were destroyed
by fire the early part of the sea-
,' son. . .. . 7 7 ; , -
'V GCESTS AT GRAND ISLAND
. GRANDu. ISLAND. July 25-
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Douglas had
" the pleasure of having her two
sisters, Mrs. L. F. McKee and
J " children ot Perrydale, Mr. and
: Mrs. Chet Hafatader from Wend
. ling, and her mother, Mrs. Iaura
Ramsey of Dallas, all visiting in
' their home Tuesday.
LYONS, July it Gates Cock
ran and a friend from California
returned from a several days ra
cation trip to the lakes above De
troit. Mr. Cockran is manager of
the Wren Lumber company on
the 1 McCuIly mountain south of
- Lvons. and also of the Fawn ata
tlon planer la Fo Valley.
Price; Weakness Along
WitH Business Woes
There Hurt Grain
CHICAGO, July S3 (APV
Extreme weakness ot wheat prices
at Winlpeg with reports of ad
terse (financial developments
there, had an unsettling effect on
all cereal markets today. Net
losses on wheat at . Winnipeg
were 2 ?-8 to 2 1-1 cents a bushel.
' . Other : bearish factors Included
fresh Import restrictions on wheat
in France. - It was flatly denied
that the United States farm board
was negotiating a sale of govern
ment financed wheat to Germany
on a long term credit.
New lot price records - for the
season were reached, by command
oats. ; " . -
Wheat closed .unsteady in Chi
cago at the day's : bottom level.
7-S to 1 6-S. cents under yester
day's finish, corn K to 7-S down.
oat 1-8 to 7-8 off.
POSTLAAD, Ore.. July 23 AP)
Produce axeasnge, net price: batter: -tras
28 ; standard 26; prim fintt Hi
linti 23. Ku: freak uUu !i; frcta
Jaljr, sew 50 V
Uepk. aW '.....60
July S5 .XP)
Caak tnarketi: him Bend blastm 5 Vi :
Soft white,- weatara white .49 H : hard
wmer, aortharm aprias. westr& r4
Oati: No. 3 whit SI. 00.
Cera: N. S B. Y. S27.7S.
Kinrva Maadard f 12.60.
1 Fruits, Vegetables
PORTLAND, Or., Jmly 13 (AP)
Oraac packed. Vaieaciaa. .5-;
Crapefrait. ViortU. S4.6V-5; Cfeiiforaia.
.1-4..ti: lines. 6-der. eartaaa, SS.35;
Lea ana: Califeraia. $ ea.
Kaaphaniea; leca). $1-1. 5 crate. . La
raakerrie: leeal. $1-1. 50 crate. Black
eapat lacal. S1.T6 erata.- Watemeloas:
Kiaadlke. c lb. Caatalrapea: Califor
aia Tartoek jamb. ataadarda,
12.15. liaateydew aeoaa: Calif orata
Jarre (lata. $1.60. Persiaa. aaelona, S1.T5-.
S crater i 8eedleas graitea: $1.50. Apri
ceter The IaiUa. bc boa. Peackeat
Calif oraia Klbertaa. T3-80c hex.
-Cakkace: lcal , new, sfe n. aaw
petatoe : local. 14 lb.; eaatera Waak
Iartea, l.lj reenal. 8eed petatoet: le
eal. m-lVe lb. Bhabarb; local, balk,
2e Ik, Artichoke: 6O-0Oe doien. Ca
eaakerat field grown. 40-50o box. Spia
ach : ' tecal. 60 crate.
Celery: Lakiak. 75 S1.2S per deaea.
Maihraecus: batkeaxe, Tie lb. Pepper:
beJk (tree a. IS. Swet pvtatoea: aew
CaHfaraia. H4ic lb. Cauliflower: north
wmc (1-1.26 per crate. Brass: local.
3-4e lb. 1'eaa local. S-lOe lb. Toma
teea: klereed. $1.50 tar: The Dallea. St
boa; botboase 12 poead. Cera: local
$1; ierd, S2.75 mt. Aaparagaa: aortk
wttt, doaea. Cktrriea: blaka. 2 3c
lb. Sumaaer in: local flats. 60c
PORTLAND. Ore, July 25 CAP)
print a 'J aeora ec better 25-27 ataad
arda; 3S-27e cartoaa. .
Ecc:' Pacific paultry product' e"Un
prieea: frwik extras. 21e; standards. 20;
aaadiaaia. ISc. s
Milk:- haying price: grude 8, Sl.tO.
Portlaad delivery and iaapetloa.
Ceaatry meat: aelliag price ta retau
ara: coaatry killed ks. beat batekera.
aader 10 iW, 11W-12; vealera. S0-1I0
Iba 12V-le: yoarUBK Urnba. S-Sc:
apriac laaaka. 1H-UC keary ewra. 4-5c;
eaaaar ea S-5e ; -balla. S-Sc.
Mokairr aoaxiaal. karlnc prict, 1S1
clip, loag hair. 12e; kid, 17 lb.
Seta: Oretea walaett. XS-2Sc: peaanta,
12e lb.; Braxila. lS-SOe: alatoads. 14-lSe
Ik.: filbert. 20-2Ie: pecaaa. 20e lb. -
Caaeara bark: kuyiag prica. 1S1 peel,
S lb. .
Hopsi aoaiiaaL 12 crop. 10-11;
Botterfat: direct t skippers, track.
2S-24c: atatioas. Na. 1. t2-24e. PortUad
delivery price: No. 1 batterfat, soar 26
2e; aareet 27-2s. -
Lire poultry : act buytog price: keary
keaa. colored. 4 hi Jha.. up. 10 IV.; do
ti-4 Iba 14c; colored, 20 lb.; Mo.
3 cbUkea. 6 lb.: old roosters. T:
dark. Pakius, 1415c: (eeae. ltc.
Oaion:- eel liar price to retailers:
Walla Wall (ilebee. $1.50.
Petateee: Taklna, $1.25 cental; local
Sew potatoes: local IV.; , east.
Waikinrton. $1.S5 cemtaU .
. , ; Suaday. Jul ,
' XOW 629 3U. Portlaad
8 .00 MckVr oreheetra. HUO.
. :0 Amerteaa Lcxoa prograam.
S:5 Metropoliaaa JCcfcooa. -
$:I0 releee orgaa aid piano.
1;00 Talk, Caxrotk WoUa. HBO.
lu:19 Caribbeoaa. XVC.
1 1 :M lTrieaaiy Hear,- HOC.
13:ee Maaday Koreriea, NBC.
2 :0 Catholic hour. NBC.
:00 Orer Jordan. N3C.
S:1S Barday aad Kydaer. VBO.
S:-Opra Claaa. hUC.
4 :S0 Harbor Lixhta. NBC.
:! Orcajeaiaa of tko Air.
:16 fieldmen's band. NBC
: Setk Parker. SBC.
5 :0 Uaaamr Jekaaaaea. NBO.
: Muiul mmoim, BC .
S:45 Orocoa Khyaha Soya.
:0 Yocal aad iastrmaaooaL
10: Sin Jay concert. NBC
7. -': r ,. '.
7 X0IH S40 X JPeetlaad ' "". -S:00
Vuaker ckurck ateotiag.
' S:0 latoraatioaat broadcast,
S:54 t'reack trio.
.f:00 Sooday aaoraiag aiolodioa.
HO Ltttlo ayapkoay. .
10:0 Organ. "
1:0 pay trail.
1 1 :00 SooajsMe Cenrresatioaal ckvuxk.
13:00 Catkedral boar.
1 :00 rouraqnaro Gospel aerrtc.
1 :6 Gajlord'a song story.
3 :0O Syapkosi daaee bead.
:0O Dr. Julius SJaa.
4:15 The American.
d:30 Saion oreheaara.
6:0s Around the aauiorsr.
S:SO btadittm concert.
: Soaa; vital. ... .
7:00 Dane band.
8:0O Pirot Charrh Christ. SeienUst.
:00 Concert ore hast ra.
11:00 Organ. ,
' KOW S2S
S : SO ! regional oorricoa. .
T:1J Morning Appotiter.
.T:4S Van aad loa, NBC.
t :00 Cookine ackool. '
:0 Arioa Srio. NBC
10:30 Mar il" of the Air, NBC
12:O0 Tra4 lilasera.
13:15 W eaten Paraa aad Ea hoar.
3:16 Moraaoa Taberaaelo, NBC.
3:45 Oregon Hhytkm Beys.
4:00 Hoar's Baaiaest. NBC
d:la-Comrboy Kid. NBO. ,-
4 :SS Melody Load. NBC.
10 iaot 'a Aady. NBC..
- S : Parisian Qaiatet. NBC. ,
10:15 Aldeaao Smith, sepraao.
;4 la pioae.
!... Ill I ,
:. Grado B raw 4' mttk
tleliTered la Salean, f.lO te
910 cwt. .
Bntterfat a0-2ic. . f
rxOTT an vxcnrrAsxzs
Prle .paid t rroveri by fialoaa :
Jalf 2a, ll ,
lUdiakaa. das. e '
Oaioaa. daa. ;
Aaparacoa , "
Aaparagaa , i... . an
Lettaea, ' crato
Colored - i.
ktediuB keaa -
GKAIN AND BAT
, . Baying Prices 7
Wkest. weotera rod .... 3 H
White, ba S&H
Barley, tea , ,"M ta 2.0
Oats, grey. ba. . . , ,33
White, tra. "
Hay: baying price a
O-t and Tetek, ton , a rm.a nn .
C oer S.OO-B.OO
Alfalfa, valley. Sad oattiog 1S.0O-15.00
Eastern Oregon tan ,
Cormon , , . . ... 12.00
Top frade ..
Hogs. 204 lbs..
.03 to .04
Dressed bogs ,.
VISIT BEACH RESORT
HTTBBARD. Jnly 25 Ur. and
Mrs. Hsrry Wt and dfcMr,
M Us . Edna West, spent the. week
at Pacific City. Miss West nnder
went. a tonsil oparation . and was
recuperating; at the ocean, ;
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Extras and Standards
Same Price, Makers
: ; Are in Quandary
1ORTljLKiJ. Jnly 25 (AP)
Failure of the nrodaco exchange
to ad Tan c th price of top seore
batter, to better price than was
being; qnoted for undergrade ot
ferlnsrs. was Teearded here as
placing; the market rn an altoge
ther anomalous condition.
Quoting, f 25a n for both ex
tras and standards try the ex
change was said to have placed
the makers ef the better f rade bat
ter In predicament..
. la tne meantime ' there, con
tinues a merry little war in the
bntterfai; market. Payment of as
hits, as 2tc for soar orNo.-f,
cream and 2t-20 for sweet or No.
1 cream Is caaalns; aellera of high
grade hatter at low prices more or
less worry and loss. .
Generally steady to firm tone
continues In the market for eggs
The. reported' price avdraace is still
generally oat ot sight locally Inso
far as general sales are concerned.
These coaUnae at old prices.
Indicating some improrement
in the cheese market situation the
Tillamook association announced
an advancement of lc. .
Bf PRICE OF
PORTLAND. Jnly 25. (AP)
Cora staged a real comeback dur
nig the week-end session of the
east side farmers' market. Despite
the fact that some of the big
stores were going to sell supplies
to consumers down to a dime a
dozen, the price advanced sharply
to $1.25 sack for aU good staff.
: Tomatoes continued to 'show
strength and a further advance to
11.40 box was noted for wrapped
and packed fancy stuff from Bin
gen, while regular ottering-were
around 21.101. 15. and 2s down
to S 5 Q J 0c box. Jumble pack waa
75e. . - v
Cncamber market was slow
WE USEO DlPaJOMACf ftO
BOH1X) THAT HIS GREAT
IWCHK1HG TOCjETHER, WOULD
UiQ THE WAR J
and weak and generally bo high
er thaa 30c - . 7
Lettuce sold well at StOSOe
for top staff with ordinary at f 5c
Peas moTed at le for ordinary
stock. ' - -. -
Shell beans were- mostly- nick
el a pound with greea stock SO
Stfe and yellow 2Qit poand.
Blackberries sold $1 mostly
with raspberries flOllS. There
was sot snfficient logs as to estab
lish a price. A few $l.2t.
Early, peaches continued their
pretiona good demand at I 0750
box according - to quality. Some
Colombias sold at the top.
MONMOUTH. Jalr 25 Dean
Dennett, representing Northwest
ern university, Kvaaston, X1L, ad
dressed Oregon Normal school
students vnd faculty en Tuesday
and Wednea4ay ot this week. . He
described nnusual happenings ob
served by him In Russia, with
great charm andJlaency.
Particularly appealing' ' to his
audience were excerpts read aloud
from 'Aunt Polly's Story of Civ
ilisation, by - Donald Ogden
Stewart. Hamoroui satire abound
ed in this presentation which
struck with clever aim C intol
erance and 'htgh-hattey.
Speaking . on Tolerance - he
stressed the fac that at the ago
of forty he became aware of his
own lack of education, although
holding several college degrees.
DeGlTRE CLAX TO MEET
SILVERTON". Jnly 25 The
third annual reunion of the F. B.
DeGuire clan will be held in the
city park here tomorrow. Miss
Louise DeGuire of Salem is pres
ident and Mrs. Vada Carson, Sa
lem, secretary. The F. B. DeGuire
family crossed the plains in 1849
and first settled at what Is now
the Krug place In the Brush
SHEEP ARE SOLD
INDEPENDENCE. July 28
K. L. Win,as shipped three ear
loads of sheep aad lambs ts Port
land Monday night, of these- 14
head were from the C. A. . Me
Langhlln ranch. Mr. WlllUma
fonatd nq difficulty la disposing
ef them as the market , waa ever
stocked upon his arrival there.
THOSE TWIN 666 ARE
HOT 60 DUMB, AFTE& ALL!
f j r V "Teaf of Boasting
MtftVC MIM A "VeSaHB WAITED Al
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Meets August 2
According to previous custom
the. Jones-McAlplne clan will
meet August 2 in the city park
ot Silverton. There are 'five gen
erations or these fsmilies and it
is anticipated that an fife will be
present for the annual picnic.
Lewis Jones crossed the. planes
la 1 85 S.' There are three ot his
caOdran who are. living and who
arc expected to be present for the
plcatc They are Mrs. A. H. John
eon, and Miss Sally Jones of Sa
lem, and 8. J. Jones ef Portland.
-A picnie dinner will be aerved
at noon and an Impromptu pro
gram win he given la the after-
Children's Party is
Happy Event j
The most delightful- of all pari
ties for children is the lawn
party. Here they can run and
play as well as keep cool and. en
Joy.a pretty tea. Such a party was
the one for which Mrs. Leona Jo
hanson was hostess at -her home
on 8oth Liberty street Friday in
compliment to a group ot small
guests.- ... - .
Daring .the afternoon play
hoars and-at the tea hoar Mrs.
Johanson was assisted by Miss
Guests were Mary Pemberton.
Ula and Elaine-Murray. Raymond
BassetL Sheila Bassett, Glenna.
Bassett and Ethel May Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Director and
daughters, Jane. Ruth and Arlene
lefr Saturday for Seaside where
tbeyvwill spend a few days of va?
Mrs. William Basick enter
tained with a delightful birthday
party for her small daughter,
Mrs. G. J. Backe and Miss
Gladys and Miss June Backe left
for Neskowln this weekend where
they will spend several days.
Mrs. Kenneth Brown will en
tertain members - ot her contract
bridge club Thursday afternoon.
CHE6T-6Er4ERA!L- i DONfT
IWAvNTT KOME OP TVMS
STUFF TO RON OUT OP
THEM BOUXT HOLES
ionomc us t r Tr -nil
funrm n eiori yuimkc
BLOOOE.D LEAUck MiUH I
FILL MY SHOES- BUT VJHEM
A I trtUT-VMEIGU-r LIKE. HOOFER
'-STEPS IaJTO MV SHO
White Shrine Plans
The members' of the White
Shrine of Jerusalem. Willamette
Shrine Number 2 wilt gather for
the anneal picnic of" the - order
Tuesday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. E. B. MIUard.Ul D afreet.
This I the meeting of the
Shrine a, which time all the
members a well as their families
plan to "get together' for a happy
time. For this picnic basket din
ners are requested of each family,
and the ice cream and coffee will
be furnished. '
; 7 - " . .
Silver Bell Circle i
Silver Bell circle Neighbors of
Woodcraft, was delightfully sur
prised Friday night when Albany
circle came unexpectedly. .
Those ; present " from Albany
were Mrs. Edna Warner. Mrs.
Dorothy Karslen. Mrs. Minnie
Chance, Miss. Carol Chance. Mrs.
Pearl Koos, Mrs. Dlcy Bunsen.
Mrs. . Lola Jenkins. Mrs. Ethel
Fraser, 'Mrs. Florence5 Carrere,
Mrs. Edna Karsten. An interest
ing talk on Woodcraft was given
by the state organizer, Lurs
Wood. ' A vocal solo waa also giv
en by Mrs. Florece Cottew, after
which refreshments were serred.
Among the vacationers to leave
Salem are Miss Betty Smith and
Miss Dorothy Keaten, . who left
Saturday for two weeks to be
spent at North Edmonds beach,
' "Mr and r Mrs.' Earl Cooley iare
spending. the next 10 "days -in a
vacation trip which will Include
sereral -dsys - spent at Myrtle
Point, Oregon. . i .
- e -
Mr. and Mrs. H. .C. Riches and
son Phillip of LongyIew. Wash.,
left Saturday after! having been
the guests ot Mrs. W. C. Bondell
for several days. s
Miss Lois Barris of Salem, and
Mrs. Carl Kraft and Miss Ethel
Weasoner of Dallas will sail this
week tor Los Angeles on the S. S
POPEYE. OLD BOrVVM 6oRRVtHAO WEtt
FlRlKG SQUAD CUORKOH VQU rCTTi
AtU.THS OKAY. GEM-
ws c Pleasure to
GET SHOT EITHER
By Ybo OR
I 5AV5 TJ
YOUe SHOES ARE
( RATHER LARdE, BUT I
r NEVCQ KNEW THAT I
THlria TO BRAG f
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The United Circles of the First
.uansiian caurca vui nave an au-
Ms. a a a
day picnio . Tuesday. A potluck
lunch will be served at noon and
following that will be a basiness
and social meeting.
The officers of the various cirv
cles are in charge of the plans for
FIra EES fl- '
RICKET. July 25 More than
the nsnal amount of remodeling,
rebuilding .and repainting has
been done aad . continues to be
done here this season. Several
houses have also been built.
7 W. D. i Horner has erected a
doable garage recently and Bert
Sisco la having his house en
larged and remodelled.
A. W. Binegar is haying the
excavation done for a basement.
The C. C. Morris house Is near
completion as is also a house on
the Chllds' track.
Maude's Inn has been moved
one block south from the inter
section of the Turner and peni
tentiary roads and is now being
run la connection with the Four
Corner garage of which W. Flood
MONMOUTH. July 25 Mrs.
J. Graber of the Oak Point sec-;
tion, was hostess to the Home Eco
nomics club. Monmouth grange
auxiliary. Friday. A picnic din
ner was enjoyed by a large num
ber of members and guests; and
a pleasant social afternoon feat
uring a program of extemporan
eous numbers followed the busi
ness session. Miss Mabel Riddell
invited the group to Glenn Riddell
farm for the August meeting.
SEED MILL BUSY
HUBBARD. July 25 Ivan
Stewart has been running a doa
ble shift, a day and night crew
at his seed cleaaing, mill this
week. Seed has beeq.' pouring la
from near and far and the mill
his been rashed. However tha
plant has been remodeled and the
management le able to meet the
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