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iu Co.J3TATjoJAN, C.Lm, Oregon, Sunday IIctbIs- Ar-rtH S3, if. 11
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i DUE THIS WEEK
Basis of $1.95 per cwt. to
Held Satisfactory !
Members of the Dairy Cooper
ative will receive, their Tnllk
checks this week on the basis of
$1.95 per cwt.. covering the ten
days from the end of the milk
war period .to the close of -the
month. Cream' price Is fixed at
42 cents per pound. -
This return Is .regarded as
quite satisfactory and is 'the net
after paying the expenses of the
cooperative, and the . losses In
conversion of the ssrplns milk.
However, where transportation is
ot made by the member the de
duction Is 25e per cwt.. for mil.
Under the present aet-ap the
purchasing distributors'.' pay
twice a month to the Dairy Co
operative. Expenses are deducted
and the proceeds distributed in
checks to members. These checks
will al! be handled out of the cen
tral office at Portland, according
to R. W. Clark, local manager.
Will W. Henry, general man
ager of cooperative is quoted as
"We consider the basis pool
price for the 10-day period fol
lowing the milk strike and in
cluding August 15 as very satis
factory, when we consider the
upset conditions In the milk bus
iness and the large number- of
consumers who were on vacation
and thus not buying on the local
market. This. will return to the
producing dairyman a larger re
turn than he has been getting in'
the past few months, except tor a
very few producers who have
been on the market with a long
time contract. We have been able
to handle the surplus milk In a
satisfactory manner from the
standpoint of the public and dis
tributor as well as for the pro
ducer and the success of this first
pooling of the milk and cream
supply is most gratifying."
PORTLAND, Aug. 2 J (APJ
Surplus of butter Is appearing in
the local trade at the weekend.
There was no change In the price
list. As yet the surplus is com
paVatively small ' and confined
mostly to plants that do both a
wholesale and . retail business.
Shipments are being made to Cali
fornia points. . Local make has re
cently shown quite a fair Increase
In offerings but this has been
more than counter balanced by the
extreme shortage of out of town
manufacture. . ,
In general prices appear steady
both, here and along the eoast.
Butterfat Values are generally
Steady. Shading of wholesale
milk prices Is reported.
There remains a- rather favor
able trading trend in the market
for eggs. While sales of storage
goods are Increasing, and practi
cally none of this is being sold as
out of eoolers, the market for
strictly fresh stock Is maintained.
- Continued strong tone for live
poultry is generally continued
along the wholesale way. Scram
ble for light weight broilers is
general with extreme values be
ing offered for quality goods.
With hogs very weak and In
clined to move in a sluggish way,
.onnntrv vmuf i1tp of ton anil
ity are firm at the latest price
advance. Lambs are in good call
although prices are unchanged.
WITH PRICES DOM
CHICAGO. Aug. 29 (AP)
Wheat trade was of minor propor
tions today, despite the fact that
the December delivery sold at the
lowest prices of the season.
- Traders were disappointed at
the 12 per cent reduction In offi
cial estimates-on formers Inten
tions to sow winter wheat, expect
ing a larger reduction, and also
were depressed by weakness of
quotations at Liverpool. Weakness
In wheat handicapped bull efforts
In coarse grains, although corn
managed to finish the day with a
Wheat closed weak at near
bottom figures of the day. 3-8-1
cent lower than yesterday's fin
ish, corn finished 1-8 to high
er and oats unchanged.'
Closing wheat marks follow:
Sept. 48H-5-8; Dec. 50 1-8 to
1-4; March 54tf; May 55 1-4 to
Ft ogi ahis
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KOIN 1180 KUacycUs
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:SO International broadcast CBS.
5 Vre. trn. . .. .,
:00 Sunday Morning Melodies, Cecil
:15 Gadaby' Entertainer.
: JO Two pianos. -OO
Paramount ttipstrr broadcast.
:30 "Marchinc On", barapietr
:00 Bannjaida Con! atranal canrcfc.
:0O Quartet and ehoroi.
:0J fouxsqnar Go pet broadcast.
S Organ eoneert. ,
00 Del Milne's Symphonic daneo
:30 Sons rerne. ...
:00 Johnson' moMeal hoar.
13 Teagne'a t-oldra Slemoriet.
00 Lender and Old Laee. DLB8.
KOW 820 Kilocydaa .
:00 2fieV NBC.
:JO Troika Belt. XEC..
Breakfait. HOC, . . ; ,
:0O CarretB Well. NBC.
:1$ American Legion program.
:00 J'riendly or, KBO. - ;
.nr. . a .i-- ,, Rf
;00 Sabbath BTeri. NBO.
:0O Catholic nonr.nov.
:00 Oftr Jordan. !CBC.
T.ndla Lirht lioaicale. KBC.
:0O Melodies, SEC.
: SO Harbor Lihta. K-C. , .
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EXTRA EGGS DROP ONE CEN T
CANTALOUPE MART RALLIES
Valley Muskmelons at
Dollar or Better;
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PORTLAND, Aug. .(AP)
Cantaloupes staged somewhat
of a comeback during today's
session or the East Side Farmers'
market. Dalles stock sold op to
11.35 crate and were steady to
strong at that. Willamette ralley
old fashion muskmelons were SI
generally win a few a dime bet
ter, j ..... .
. Peach trade was generally fair
ly, actire for Elbert as and Craw
fords with Muirs a trifle dull. All.
however, at the late price range
Bartlett pears were ' firmer
with a scant offering. Sales of
jumbles S1.00-S1.25 with wrap
ped and packed 1.6d-f 1.75 box.
Tomatoes were in excellent call
and fair supply. Sales showed a
spread of 5 0-7 5c for boxes well
filled, i i
Beans were firm around 3c for
green stock; a few higher.
Brownsmead peas were S2.10
per 25 lb. box.
Prunes sold steady; mostly 20
25c box. i
Good lettuce was rery firm at
$1.50 crate; others SI. 00-$1.25.
Celery and hearts were 'about
steady at late prices.
Potatoes mo Ted fairly well;
mostly 75c orange box.
Cauliflower was firm around
$1.25 crate for good stuff.
Cabbage was extremely firm up
to $1.50 crate.
Crabapples were scarce and in
demand around 40-45c peach box.
No. 1 pickling cucumbers were
mostly 35c with 2's 25c and 5 a at
Corn market was steady
around 50-S0c sack for besf.
Apples held mostly 8 0-8 5c box
for best jumbles.
Silverton Miss Amanda
Feneide, daughter of Mrs. B.
Feneide of Silrerton, became the
bride of Kdward Foss of Portland
at a quiet wedding solemnised In
the parsonage of the Congrega
tional church at Vancouver,
Wash J, Monday afternoon.
The Rer. Stuart Good, pastor
of the church, officiated at the
ceremony, which was witnessed
by relatives of the groom, Mr
and Mrs. Charles Foss and Mar
vin Newmaq, all of Portland. For
the occasion the bride was
dressed in a very becoming golng
. After the service the wedding
party motored back to Portland
where a wedding supper was en
joyed.' The newlyweds will make
their home in the Rose City.
The marriage of Orrln E.
Rowe and Miss Pearl Howard
came as a complete surprise to
relatives and friends of the
couple when they arrived here re
cently for a Tisit with the groom's
mother, Mrs. Emily Rowe.
The marriage was quietly sol
emnised at Myrtle Creek, Ore.,
Mrs. Gertrude Cameron and
Mrs. iVida Bennett entertained
with an informal tea at the home
of Mrs. Cameron Wednesday af
ternoon. Pink and white dahlias,
arranged in bouquets about the
rooms, formed the decorations for
Those present were Mrs. Stan
ley Riches of Turner, Mrs. Reber
Allen,' Mrs. G. B. Bentson, Mrs.
J. A. Bennett, Miss Minnie Mas
cher. i Miss Ina Harold. Miss
Emma Adamson and Miss Rosella
Word has been receired here of
the marriage of Miss Laura
Amanda Norgard, daughter of
Andrew O. Norgard of Portland,
to Lawrence Roshelm. son of Mri
and Mrs. C. J. Rosheim of Silver-
ton, in San Francisco Wednesday.
Mr. i Norgard and his daughter
formerly lived on the Bethany
road in this district, and have
many friends here.
Mr. Ro3heim has been in San
Francisco for a month, where he
is with his brother in business.
Mrs. Rosheim arrived in Califor
nia several weeks ago with Mr.
RoshelmV sister. Mrs. Lillian
Senter.- who Is now making her
home there. '
The bride and groom are well
known here. Mrs. Rosheim grad
uated from high school here, and
has worked in a Portland office
for several years.
The Rev. and Mrs. Ernest Mc
Garvey were honored at a rarty
given at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John Merryman Wednesday
evening. A silver collection was
taken land presented to the hon
ored guests to be used to furnish
their hew home. The Mcfiarveys,
who are in charge of the Chris
tian Missionary Alliance Field
here, recently moved to North
Second street... They recently re
turned from a two weeks' trip to
Los Angeles: theiRer. J. Minton
of Salem officiating during their
About 20 members of the con
gregation were present Wednes
day. A lunch was served later in
Zena A joint meeting of the
health executive and program
committees of the federation of
rural i women's clubs of Polk
county was held at Dallas In the
county court room Friday after
noon. Mrs. L G. McBee. of Dallas,
chairman of committee appoint
ed to make arrangements with
Mrs. G. Humphreys for cooking
schools to be held in Polk coun
ty reported. The committee ap
pointed to arrange grouping of
clubs for cooking demonstrations
was Mrs. I. G. McBee. Mrs. Wil
liam Knower, Mrs. Carolyn I
Blodgett and Mrs. C. E. Cooper.
Plans for the Institute to be
held at Rickreall in October were
made. Mrs. Hershel Wait and
Mrs. George Cooper were to have
charge of the music and Mrs.
Wayne D. Henry and Mrs. A. E.
Mrs. Frank Fauk resigned her
positions on the health and pro
gram committees as he is mov
ing to California and Mrs. Meis
Hubard withdrew from the Pro
gram committee because of ill
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paid to raw en by Salt Aurora.
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Boeta l mix
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Cora, aaek -Cuenrabora,
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Oreen boona -Lottoco,
-S0 to SO
.SO to SO
50 to 7
.30 to SS
.60 to .0
w a term Ion a. loeal
Greoa Peppora, log
80 to 40
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HERE AfAjNt ,
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Meidiums Hold Stea3y;
Wheat Climbs Half
i Cent Locally V
Extra eggs were bringing pro
ducers 21 cents yesterday. with
price - on mediums remaining at
17 cents. Wheat climbed a half
cent, to 36 cents on white and S3
cents oa red.
Hogs, the most unstable com
modity during ; the week, - re
mained steady at IS, while steers
went up slightly, to front five te
six cents, v.
The ladies auxiliary of the Tri
County Medical association will
meet at 6:30 o'clock Tuesday eve
ning, September 1, In the Green
Gate room of the Spa for a no
host dinner, after which the
group will be entertained at the
home of Mrs. H. J. Clements with
an 'informal social evening. Mrs.
Frank Brown, who has Just re
cently returned from a tour of
the European continent will tell
of her many and varied experi
ences while abroad.
i This is the first meeting ot the
fall season and Us newly elected
officers will preside., which will
include, President, Mrs. Burton
Myers, Mrs. IL G. Hummel, Vice
President, and Secretary vand
Treasurer. Mrs. II. T. Gentle. An
lnterstlng program to be carried
out through the year Is being ar
arnged by those, in the group
whose plan It Is, is to cooperate
with, other local organizations of
Monmouth. Miss Helen Dan
iels, youngest daughter of Mrs.
James . Goodman, became the
bride of Robert Domasehofsky of
Dallas Wednesday at a simple
service in the Christian church
parsonage at Albany, with Rer.
Rex Dallas officiating.
Miss Daniels is popular local
ly, and was graduated from the
Oregon Normal school last sum
mer. Mr. Domasehofsky Is en
gaged in farming near Dallas,
where the " newlyweds will make
their home after a short trip to
Dr. and Mrs. William B. Mott
and small son Billy, have return
ed home from a 10 day vacation
trip to Bend, Klamath Falls and
LET MAWTE OUR WEDDlKlZr DAV
ecCH. PEAJJE5T1 I1L tirr A cJOB RU,KT
liin 14 t biiirti aan - ju. .
t . CA5Pen, COLOMKTL HOOFER AMD ,
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A nnli a 1 u 1 I . . , e .... . . .
nwmANtc; iHfcT MUTliT KNOW "wETRE :
tNiA,p: weu. oet MAuraED
AnC TEH, THEM ABOUT IT
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I " t x JiT Vl. 7T1 WEAK-TIME VE LL WEEPJ
f 1 VJidfTrAT WK'VEU HAD 1
At Cleaver Home
Hubbard- One of the- most
delightful mlssummer social af
fairs was the one o'clock bridge
luncheon given Friday afternoon
by Mrs. C. H. Cleaver la the rose
arbor ot the lovely gardens ad-
1 . a -. n
juuimj utr ncrni on ue rtcme
The guests were seated at a
prettily appointed table which
was centered with a low basket
of fruit. The garden-idea was
further carried oat by the eerd
and table - accessories and the
prizes which were evergreen
Covers were laid for Mesdauet
Geo. Gumps, Elmer Steuffer. L.
A. Beckman. Hugh Wells, Neva
McKeoxte. Julius gtouffer, A.v J.
Smith. Waldo F. Brown and the
hostess Mrs. Cleaver. High score
were won by Mrs. Elmer Stouffer
and Mrs. Julius Stoufter.
Jefferson Frances Gatchell en
tertained with a house-warming1
party Wednesday night. In the new
annex to the Odd Fellows hall,'
occupied by GatchelFs feed store.
The evening was spent with cards
and games, and late in .the even
ing home made ice cream and!
cookies -were served to Merrino
Thurston, Lucille Pratt, Jessie
Hart, Callsta Pratt. Kelt hoi
Smith, Dorothy Mareum, Jean Me
Kee. Zona Selpp, Ralph Beach,
Lester Stephenson, Bob Hart. Milt
Harris, Clinton Hart, Lewis JCess
ler, Noel Davis. Frances Gatchell,
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gatchell, Mr.
and Mrs. Virgil Rhodes and Mr.
and Mrs. K. S. Thurston.
Monmouth. Miss Nada I.
Johnson, eldest daughter of Mrs.
Llllle Johnson of Monmouth, was
married Wednesday to Grover
Clark of San Diego, Cat at the
Methodist parsonage at Independ
ence. Rev. E. J. Aschenbrenner
read the service before a small
groap of members of the imme
Mrs. Clark, who Is a gradaato
of the local schools. Including the
Oregon Normal, and is popular
among the younger set, will teach
this winter at Summit, whero aha
has been for the past three years,
Mr. Clark, who is affiliated with
airport business, will be locattd
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Vincent Smith
who haro been vacationing In
British Columbia and the prlnel-
pal cities in Washington f or the
past two weeks are expected iomo
A Generous Son!
I An. Enemy in Friend's Clothes
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MIME t6 IM ATOUGH
i fS!ON OUTLAWS
ITS PLUMB PIZCM
Did You wcrnce
MABEL. CAMS DAHDN-T
I NEVEU SAW HER SO .
HAPPY BCTORE! I'M -AT
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V SOCIAL CALENDAR " -
Tuesday, September 1 .
Regular W. C. T.TJ. meeting. Tuesday, September
r, 1 p. m. la W. C T. U. hall on South Commercial
street. All members urged to attend.
Regular meeting of American War' Mothers, Tues
day, September 1, at 1 o'cloek at American Lutheran
church. All members urged to attend.
Thursday, September 3
Chapter G, P. E. O. luncheoa, Thursday. 1 o'clock
at Elks Temple. Please call number 3444 for reservations.
Contrary to the usual custom
of inviting firms in Los Angeles
and San Francisco to exhibit
their - canvas on - photographic
portraits at the convention of the
Pacific International Photograph
ic - Association, la Sacramento,
this week, the Defender. Photo
Supply company of Los Angeles
has asked Miss Kathryn Gaanell
to exhibit some of her canvas
oils. All necessary materials
needed for this type of work was
supplied by th photographic
company. Miss Gunnell sent nine
straight proriture, child study and
theatrical poses. She also ex
hibited fire photographic por
traits. Miss Gunnell has won con
siderable commendation on the
master workmanship and art dis
play ot her canvas oil paintings
by the head of the photo supply
The first of Chapter G, P. IL
O. activities for the fall .season
will open with a no-host luncheon
Tharsday. at one o'clock at the
Elks' Temple. Mrs. T. A. Wool
pert who is la charge ot the af
fair has asked that all attend
ing please call. Dial 3144, tor
table reservations . The regular
business meeting will follow the
Q. W. Skater, a former Salem
resident, now living In California,
with his daughter, Louise, are
again visiting la Salem renewing
friendships. They left for the
week end in company with the J.
R. Pollock, B. L. Bradley and
Arthur Moore families.
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Smith and
sons, Marshall and Dean of Salem
accompanied by Mrs. Smith's par
ents, and brother, Mr. and Mrs.
Patterson and Deaa Patterson ot
1 Corrallls, left recently for New-
" port wnere taey win remain until
after the Labor Day vacation.
GEMTLEMAM U5 A P0UCEMAM ? f
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Mrs. George Diasford -has just
returned from Portland where
she has been . staying with her
mother, Mrs. John M. ' Payne,
since the funeral ot- ner sister.
Miss Lena Payne, who passed
away last Monday. August 23 at
the Dunsford homo la Salem,
after having made her homo with
her sister for the past six months.
Miss Delia Payne and Miss Mary
Payne, both ot Portland. aUo
survive. Funeral services were
held In a Portland mortuary
Monday afternoon, and Interment
was made in the Rose City cemetery.
Jeffersno. Mr. and Mrs.. Art
Page entertslned the Parrlsh Gap
Cooking club at their country
home Wednesday evening. -Mrs.
Mack Hamby, leader of the .dub,
had charge of the business meet
ing. At 4he close of the social
hour refreshments were served.
Present were Bonita Radford,
Donna Juno Powell, Lois Miller,
.Dorothy Myers, Mrs. and Mrs.
Gilbert Groshong and children,
Doris and; Robert. Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Redmond and daughter
Jean. Mr. and Mrs. Page and sons
Clinton and Bryce.
Jefferson-- One of the pleas
ant affairs of the week was the
social gathering Tuesday evening
of the members of the Homo Eco
nomics club of Surprise grange
at the country homo of Mr. and
Mrs. W. T. Gulvin.
Js pan ess lsnterns used to light
op the yard made a colorful set
ting. Games, contests and cards
wero enjoyed, Mrs. Raymond Ti
tus winning first prize la the
- .Mrs. Morris Towasend of Al
bany, Mrs. Clifford White, Mrs.
Stella Miller. Turner, and Miss
Margaret Wall assisted Mrs. Gul
vin in serving. There wero about
50 in attendance.
IF V0U VJWfO
AHEAD BUT REXEMBEJS, FOOLS
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BEEM LECTUl-V-TOMEr)?iV 1 U I
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ENOU-vHt NOW IVE-jOA 7VS, fW?
(QX'S AMB'TIOM! Him
Miss Dorothy Dal!:
Bridge H6stes3 -. ; ; ; 1
'An event of special Interest in
university., circles will take place
Monday evening when Miss Doro
thy Dalk will entertain with la
evening of bridge in her home oa
D street. In compliment to Miss
Josephine Albert and Miss Rosa
lind Van Winkle, prominent mem
bers of Beta Chi sorority, who are
leaving soon for a year's musical
study la New York City. The
guest list will include local mem
bers of Beta ChL The Misses
Elois White and Florence Mar
shall will assist Miss Dalk la
serving a late supper, i
At the regular' meeting of the
North Salem W. C. T. C. held
Thursday, the following officers
far th romlnr TMr were elected:
President, Mrs. Victor E. Buck;
rice president, Mrs. Helen Pres-
cott; recording secretary. Miss Al-
tla Hockert; corresponding secre
tary, Mrs. O. J. Voth; treasurer,
Mrs. Esther Alson. Mrs. Hsdley
receired the prize for handing In .
the largest-donation for the Chil
dren's Farm Home near Corrallls.
The next meeting has been set for
September 10th and will be under -the
direction ot Dr. Emma Rogers,
who will talk on the subject, "Me
dical Temperance." ,
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Mr. and Mrs. James B. Putnsm
formerly of this city, but now
making their home in Mount
Vernon. Washington, are receiv
ing congratulations upon the
birth of their first child, a daugh
ter, born Friday, August 21, at
Mt. Vernon. Both Mr. and Mrs.
Putnam are well known in Salem
having attended Salem schools
and lived her for a number of
years. Mrs. Putnam will be 're
membered as Catherine Vincent.
lem. Is spending the week In
Portland as the guest of relatives
and friends, while her young
daughter, Marilyn, is visiting at
the home ot her grandmother.
Mrs. Jones, in McMInnviile. Both
Mrs. Wyatt and daughter will re
turn to their homes late Sunday
Miss Hollis VIc'k. former Salem
girl and graduate of the class of
21 of Willamette university. Is
vacationing on Block Island.
after having attended Columbus
university summer school for the
past eight weeks. Misr Vlck will
be located In Greenwich, Connecti
cut, after September 10th.
By WALT DISNEY
LOMG IN THESE ,
By oTIMMY MURPHY
KMOW THAT .
TO CAOj OTHER
IS Soon to
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