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PAGE SIX . I i' . ; The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Saturday Morning, September 12, 1931 T ri- t - I : , '
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Yield Greater Than Expect
ed; Grower Gets 2000
! Pounds to Acre
. -MT. ANGEL. Sept. 11 Hop
picking In tbe ML Angel district
Is drawing to a close and most of
tbe.yards will be picked by the
end of this week. A few yards of
Yery late hops will take about a
week longer to finish. . '
During. the past three weeks
hop picking has given employ
ment to hundreds of men, women
and children in this district.
: lok for QO Cents
The prevailing . price paid for
picking has been 90 cents a-hun
dred pounds. Many pickers made
good wages at this price, which
Is a 10 cent reduction, per hun
dred pounds over that paid last
. All yards have had much better
Yields than was expected six
weeks ago. Yields' have been re
ported as high as 2000 pounds to
the! acre, although the majority
of yards had a medium crop. The
hops here are of exceptionally
good Quality. 1 "
. ; , ravins 15 Cents
: Buyers have been plentiful the
past week and the new crop Is
moving fast, the majority of sales
being at 15 cents a pound. Hop
men consider this a fair price, and
allows them a . small margin of
profit for their work.
A' majority of the baled hops
are i being hauled in and stored
at the Schwab Commission Co.
warehouse. The warehouse crew
havet been kept busy keeping up
with the rush.
STAYTON, Sept. ,11 Mr. and
Mrs. E. D. Alexander, Dr. and
Mrs. H. A. Beauchamp and Dr.
- and Mrs. G. F. Korinek and Bet
ty returned Tuesday from an out
ing at Newport . The report that
the Labor Day crowd was
nearly so large as In former sears
Saturday evening ;they, witness
ed a severe storm at sea, the wa
ter coming up onto the driveway
at -the "nat" doing no little dam
age to the ' wind-break and
benches, on the the beach. LocaH
residents declared the storm to
be the first of its kind in 20 years,
at this season of the year.
Mrs. Tom Dunnigan and chil
dren are here from Chico, Calif.,
for a visit at the home of her fa
ther, Geo. Spaniol and with other
, Word from Byron Denny, who
underwent a major operation at a"
Salem hospital about ten days
ago. Is that he Is doing as well as
can be expected. It is not known
just how long It will be before
he is able' to return home. -
Mrs." Hattie Flcklin and Mrs.
Mable Knight were in Salem Wed
nesday where they visited Mrs. M.
S. Hunt, who recently underwent
an operation for appendiclsis.
They report that Mrs. Hunt ex
pects to be able to return to her
home here Saturday of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Humphrey
are la Idaho his week on business.
Their childrenate with .their
grandmother, Mrs. Eva -Steward,
, ' AT EUGENE MEET
MONMOUTH. Sept. 11. Mrs:
Flora Snyder, day operator of the
Monmouth telephone exchange,
went to Eugene Wednesday where
the attended a. conference of em
ployes of" the Pacific Telephone St
Telegraph company. Representa
tives were present from Klamath
Falls, Salem, Corvallls, Monmouth
and Eugene. Mrs. Snyder motored
down with her sister. Miss Fran
ces Snyder, and two nephews. Ray
mond and Carl Sheeon. M -
A. F. Courtner, Monmouth
hardware merchant, accompanied
by his Son Clive, left today for
Los Angeles, San Francisco and
other California points. They -will
: be away for a two weeks vaca-
tlon. :. :
Mrs. Ines Miller. - head of ! the
rural department of the Oregon
Normal school, accompanied by
her sister, Mrs. Ethel Miller, is
tpending a vacation of two weeks
with their mother, Mrs. McClaln
at Gresham. t
Dr. and Mrs.' A. S. Jensen and
son Arne are enjoying their an
nual vacation in Seattle and other
Washington cities. At the former
place they are guests of Mrs. Jen
sen's mother. Dr. Jensen is with
the Oregon Normal school. , ;
! SIL.VERTON, Sept. 11. A deal
was closed this week whereby Mr.
and Mrs. Satterlee, recently of
Klamath Falls. - became the own
ers of the Lone Pine gas station
and store located five miles north-
. east of Silverton and owned by
Mr. and Mrs. JL. H. Murray. In
the deal Mr. and Mrs. Murray took
In residence property at Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray moved to
their new residence at once.
1 Another deal was made daring
the past week when the HayBes
, residence on Second street was
sold to John WormdahL Mr
. Wormdahl recently sold his farm
In the Monitor district. He will
: live in his. new home with his
: 1 Margaret and Francis Thomp
son have sold their residence
property-near Trinity church to
SALE TO GERMANY! HELPS GRAINS
HIGHER GRADE EGGS UP
Spring Wheat Crop! is
CHICAGO. Sept. 11 (AB)
Live price bulges in all grainy to
day accompanied news that; .7,
600.000 bushels of United . States
eovernment-f inanced wheat inaa
been sold to Germany.
Wheat finished at virtually) the
day's topmost figures, influenced
also by threshing returns show
ing that domestic spring wheat
this season gave the smallest, yield
ner acre ever known. , I Estimates
were current that exporters took
2.000,0001 bushels of North Am
erican wheat yesterday, including
a good sized percentage; or aomes-
tie hard winter grades.
Wheat closed strong j 14 -1 1 3-4
cents up, corn 3-8-1-8 iadvanjced.
oats at 3-8-1 3-8 gain, i
; Wheat closed at: Sept., 49
Dec, 50 3-4-7-8; March, 55 3-8-
! POBTLAXD. Or, Spt. 11 (AJ)
Produce exchange, net pneti : Dotter, extra-
30; itaadardt 29; prima firsts! 28:
firsts 26. Eirfi, fresh xtrM 28; fresh
Portland Grain k
Sept 11 (AP)
Open Sigh Low
Msy - 51 52 Va 51
Seut. old , 44 4 48 44
Seps. nw 454 '47 454 T
lee- 47l4 47 9
Cash narkeU wheat: hic.Beml brae-
stem 6H; soft white, western Whit
46 H : hr& winter, northern spring, West
ern 'red .44 H.
Oats: No. 2 white f 17.50. ,
Cora: N. 3 . T. 2 7.0O.1
MiUran standard 13.50. :
PORTLAND. Ore Sept 11 Ai)
Cattle 50. calve 10. steady. 1 I
Steers. 6UO-S0O lbs., good va.SO rg
7.00; medium 5:25 6.50 f common 3.75
5.25; do 900-1100 Ibs god'6.5S
7.00; medinm 5.00 Q 6.50; common 13.50
5.O0: do 1100 1300 lbs- good 6.25
7.25; medium 4.25 6.25. Heifers (550
850 lbs., good 5.50 'xi 6.00; medinm (5.40
646.50; common 3.25 4.su. uowr,
giud 4.254.85; common and medium
n064.2a; low cutter ana cutter i.yj'is
3.00. Balls, (yearlings exelodedr good
and choice (beef) 4.50(34.75; cutter,
common and med. 3.004.50. Vealers
fmilk fed) good and ehoie 7.004f.o0;
medium 6.00 fn) 7.50; ull and common
4.006.00. CalTes 250-500 lbs., ood
and choie 6.00(8-00; common and j me
Hogs 3oO. steady.
Light light 140-160 Ibs good and
choice 5.253.00. Light weight 160rl80
lbs, god and choice 5.756.0; ao bu
20J lbs, good and choice 5.75 6.00.
medinm weight 200-220 lbs., good and
choic-5. 25)6.00; 220-250 lbs., good) and
choice ' 4.75 5.50. tteary weignt pau
290 lbs., good and choice 4.503.25;
290-350 lbs., i good and choice 4.25
5.00. Packing sows 275-500 lbs., medium
and good S.004.00. Feeder and stock
er pies 70-130 Ibe, good and Choice 15.25
6.00. i - ' :
Sheep and lambs 500, steady. j
Lamb. 80 lbs.: down, good and choice
5.00fi5.50; medium 3.50 5.00; I all
weights eommon 2.503.50. Yearling
wethers 90-110 Us., medmm to choice
3.00 4.00. Ewes 00-120 lbs, - median
to choice 1.75 200: do 120-150 IbsJ me
dinm t choice 1.50 1.75; all weights
coll and eommon 1.C 0 1.50.
PORTLAND. Ore.. Sept 11
Lire poultry net bryins price: hieary
hens, colored. 4 H lbs., up. 2021e lb.;
do. medinni, 15; light. 13c lb. ; broilers,
under 14 lbs.. 2223e; oirer 1 jibs,
1820e; colored. HOc; colored frier un
der lbiil2l; No. 2; chickens,
78c; old roosters, 7c; docks, Peking,
13i15e; geese. Il?l5c
Potatoes local,- 1 He lb.; eastern
Washington, 11.251.35 cental.
Hay baying price for producer q al
falfa fl415; clover S1012; oats and
vetch 1011 too. I
xr:ib nno- mJ, R S2.1714
KTortland delivery and inspection.
Nuts Oregon waitints, in(se; ipea
nnts. 12c lb.; Brasilt 12lc; almonds,
151; filberts, 20 22c; pecans, 20
Hops nominal. 1929 crop 8 LOc;
1930. 1515ei 1911, 1415c.
Dressed poultry selling price to re
tailers j torkey. poor to good, 25 3pc
PORTLAND, On.. Spt. 11 (AP)
Oranges California Valeoeias. $3.25
5.50. i GrapefrnH California. $4 4.50;
Florida. 5.25. Liin.-s 5- do, cartons,
J3.?5. Bananas f5 lb. Lemons Cali
fornia S88.75j Hockleberries Pujet
Soon-, 1214; monstain, 810e lb.
Watcnelons N. V. Kloudika, 143
2e .lb. Cantaloupe i DilUri. $1.10
1.50 ; jumbo, Sl.BO; Yakima and The
Dalles, standard.! 75e91 erste. . j -
Honey dew naeloms California ir(re
flats. $1. MoskaieioDV local, 34 lb.
Caiabas California. 2e lb. lee eneam
melons Calif ornia. : H e lb. Perttian
melons f 1.50 crate. I
G rapes seedless. 1.35 1.50 lot:; .Red
Malaca, $2; white Malata. 1.25;fii
biera. 12: Tokav. 'S2 : local Concords, Se
lb. Peaches Yakima. Elbertas, 45Q0c;
local. 5065e! J. H. Hales., BOWTSc;
LoTell, . 40. Peiara if ed ford ; Bartletts,
S1.G5. "arwrna e-erries lze. f
Cabbare local, new 23e lb. On
Sons selling price to retailers; Walls
Walla ; Globs. $2. Cucumbers tield
rrown,: 20e box. fpiuach local, 9Qc(i
$1.10. i: Celery La bish. 65O0e dozen.
Mushrooms bothonsr, 65o lb. Pepper
bell. Kreen. 35j)40e bnx. ; Sweet pota
toes ew California. S 4e lb. j
CauUlower northwest, $11.10 (per
crate. Beanslocal, 4c. . Tomatoes!
The tkalieft, 45g4Ge box. Com local,
40S60e . sack, f Lettuce local. $1.?5 cj
1.85: iced. "$30. Summer-squash4-lo-eal
flats.. 50e. j ". - )
Roy VanMeter, who took posses
sion immediately. All of these
sales were made by the Horn eseek
ers agency. The agency has also
sold four farms on the crop pay
ment plan. ,; . A , jawfr
K. of C. Will Meet
Tuesday Night to
Discuss Fall Work
MT. ANGEL, Sept. 11, The! lo
cal council of Knights of Col am
bus will meet Tuesday evening,
September 15, in the music room
of the St. Mary's school building.
Plans will be made for fall activi
ties and committees appointed! for
the various social events to be dis
cussed at this meeting. Members
are urged to be present, j j
Plans are t being madei for the
annual parish bazaar to be held
this fall. Members o' the various
committees .n charge of the affair
had their first aeeting In 4 the
school building Wednesday evening-when
plans were discussed.
It will be held one iay only this
Salem i Markets
- Grade B raw 4 milk,
co-op. price f 2.17 H Pp
f Bntterfat 29c
nJJTt AJTD VEGETABLES
Prlee paid to growers by' Salem bayera.
September u i -VEOBTABUSS
Celery, dox. j - so to SO
Hadishee, doa ,. . i "
Onions, dBs. - ;, , , ,., 1 ,, , , ,15
Onions, sack . .... i 1.50
(Carrots , , 20
Beets i i j on
Corn, sack .
Cocnmbera, ; doa. .
Potatoes, ewt. i
Tomatoes, Ing ,
Green beans ........
.90 to 85
. 01 u
Green Peppers, lug
Oronnd cherries, laf
tirapes, local, rag
POOXTH1 i j
Loghoi- . -
OEAEJ AJTO RA1
Wheat western d - -...3 14
White, bo. aiH
Barley, ton 1J.OO U 16.00-
Oats, grey.- 22 to 24
White -i2 23
Ray boring prices -
Oata and vetch, ton 10.00
Clover ; , 1L00
Alfalfa, valley. Sad cutting ..... 14.6Q
Rastern . Oregon 15.00
Common , 11.50
Hogs, first eats
Hogs, other cuts
, 05 Mt
05 to .06
.01 H to .0H
4 to .05
ALL RtGHT MOW, MlCXEV s
WE'LL SPLIT HERE AMD BUM
feO BUILD ATDAP IttiB I SHOWED
SOU AJsiD SEE WHAT GAME WF
tocou) insist upon
THE KHG SUJltcHED
1.25 to X.50
. i JO to .60
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i . r
LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY
THE IKiDiANS "TOLD AMMlE OF
TO THE LOSrMlMEM-VJHEN "THEV REACHED '
MUSrHAVEBEErJDi5C0VEn?ED BV ONE OF THE
DESPCRADOSiBOT T AM
TOOTS AND CASPER
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f "aval SB?t
You must erop
MABEL. tOU LL
6ETT SlCVf IF
CrrVJ I k"NOW MABEL.
Vb RIEVIN A3 MUCH
t- A I
Makes Four Cent Rise
Since Opening f of
PORTLAND, Ore-i Sept. ll.
(AP) Extra and standard qual
ity eggs advanced two cents a
dozen in the local trade Fridav
morning. Mediums and pullets re
mained - unchanged. The ' new
prices on the top qualities are 2
and 25 cents a dozen resneetlvelvi
There has been a scarcity of ex
tra ana. sianaara iresn eggs here
tor the greater part of the week.
Extras are four- cents a dosen
above quotations here ton August
1. In the same period Los Ange
les quotations showed a five cent
advance. Seattle a three cent rise,
San': Francisco a. four cent rain.
New York a seven cent i advance
and .Chicago a rise of 1 M cents.
READY FOR CLASSES
LYONS. Sept. 11-The Fox Val-
Jey school building and grounds
are being gone over and cleaned,
ready for school next week. Mrs.
U. S. Berry Is doing the work.
Mr. and Mrs. John Worden and
Mr. and Mrs. Aid red Martin spent
the weekend at the coast. .They
had a splendid trip and brought
home some fine salmon, j.
Miss Sylvia Farmen of Gates,
who has been employed at the Al
dred Martin home the past month.
expects . to complete her work
there Saturday and return home.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hopson en
tertained several Portland; friends
over the weekend. ,
Mr. Hobson, the hand) made
fish. . rod man who takes great
pride In sports has recently added
a new arrow target in form of a
large deer which is quite an at
traction for arrow artists.!
THER&'-S (S CIRCUS PfRf0ri
Going oouSn th sTRter-
VOU Cft SEC IT FROM THE
i pix tup r-,vt.s
'r A yyTVtkT V0a.S
" I JA k . Mr EASV-MOWWHEN
I UO 7 I HEAP THE BE1-
(Jt I RiWS TLL KMOW
Mf I I,VE GOT r'
Gltet TO, THINK OP SENDING-' A
HELP IT, MA!
tv irYTvw-n tv -VTr M
OMLV PREVENTED CAJR.
MET? AWAY TO A DISTANT
f PANMY FEEL
SAD ALL Rl&HT,
Peaches Higher. Along With
Tomatoes : and Other
PORTLAND. Ore.r Sept. 11
(AP)- Trading reflected Jmprov
ed : sentiment on .? the East Side
farmern msrkt VHrla'r mnrntTir
The somewhat : general i supplrt
thrown onto the market Tuesday
morning had been - moved and
dealers needed new supplies for
the Friday-Saturday, trade.
Cantaloupes proved the out
standing exception to the rule of
higher prices. Offerings In this
line were barely steady. 1 Best
quality from the Eugene district
moved at around a dollar for
standards. ' ; , 1
Growers were asking 75 cents
a - crate for Grand Island type
cantaloupes.. These are more like
a muskmelonl. ;
Peaches were i higher j again,
Large, - slxed J, H. Hales were
. n. . . . -, ,
scarce ana muse r aiiauio buiu
up to 90 - cents with - the more
moderate slses at 85 cents. Good
quality Elbertas, too, were scarce.
Most early sales were on the ba
sis of 50-55 cents a box. !
Tomatoes ashowed "marked
strength selling, around 60 cents
for. good stuffs This ... is almost
double the price of late last week
when hot, weather forced produc
tion to high levels; , ;
Some plum tomato offerings
were In demand at 50 cents a
There was a large supply of
celery. It sold mostly at 0
Cents for No. 2; 75 cents tor No.
1, and 85 cents for jlmbos.
Lettuce was : steady at 31.00-
' i . - ;
Board Asks Gifts
Of Used Textbooks
LIBERTY, Sept. 11. The Lib
erty school has been made fresh
and clean and will start work for
tbe year Monday, September 14. i.
Owing to shortage of textbooks
donated, the school board would
appreciate the ecnoomy of tbe do
nation 6f textbooks by any patron
of the district.
Now Showing "A
I've got it
I've or itH I ,A
Vwope; it'x a beao! J
"TWAS B5?AE AND CLEVEfS CFTWE UTTIE
TO THE. DOG'S COLLAR
THAT MABa.'& MOTHER
&A!D HE WOKTT LET
HER DAU&HTEa VlTT
lcu AND TOctt kr
t more.1 -she said
TOOT& b A PEACH,
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: . Casper's special. Privilege , . - : " j j rf-;-"'j-
West I Salem News;
WEST SALEM, Sept '11 -U. L.
M. Hill was involved In an auto
accident Tuesday morning; In
which big machine was r totally
wrecked. Hill -was going to St.
Paul where he la employed In
highway construction. On acconnt
of fog he tailed to see a short
tarn, applied bis brakes tool sud
denly and skidding In loose grav
el, turned over by the ; roadside,
The accident oecnrred f on j the
Champoeg highway near St. Paal.
Others In the can were IFred
Langnoff of West Salem, James
Graham and Ralph Hensley of Sa
lem. Graham suffered a badly
cat hand and will not be able to
work f or r some time. , The others
escaped with-painful bruises, , i
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Lawrence
have moved r from 1351 Third
street to Salem. Lawrence is : fore
man In the cook room of the Reid
Mnrdoch canning company, h i
, Mrs. E. N. Fllslnger has returni
ed from Vancouver where she was
called by the serious illness of a
sister. ' . 1 " t -t .-. ,i
Horace Pattlson who! has been
a 'guest at the home of his bro
ther, R. E. j Pattlson, - has gone
to Mllwaukie: where he will teach
Miss Thilda , Johansen : is
joying her . annual vacation
Events of 1 Trio Abroad
KEIZER, Sept. 11 f Mr. and
Mrs. William Blake have : re
turned to their home at wjllow
Lake after an extended trip to
England and j Wales.
Before sailing from San Fran
Cisco they visited friends In the
city and also in Pasadena, i On
their return trip they visited with
their son Donald In Washington.
D C, with whom they; saw "in
teresting places including- Mount
Vernon, Arlington cemetery,
Washington monument, the capl
tol. They were permitted to
visit several' rooms In the White
House. ! . I
They had ! a" most delightful
time in England visiting with
relatives and : friends
brought home an interesting
lection of antiques
Catch in It
irArNrA MUST 8E
VE6v AND '
MABEL SAID THE
4 MOTHER WON'T
LET HEW MARRY f
PAMNY IS BECAUSE
OF" YbUl HER MOTHER!
SAID YOU'RE. AVERY i
mrTtk i V iW AilJ I I If am! zees -n-tEfe&lf ow!wcnwEe V
I Vf m ltfJ I ' iAT IS COVINS TO VOO I OPERATiOM '.' I AK
i JL i i Hj L-V-T'St. t I ITE CAUDSiW EET EES J CAM FEEL IT i W
T fi U ATM iA I A I -1 SOfAESEEM&ATr- l MBOMESV V
f?: mm P SWf
If J HU6HTX)N.TAUKE 3gfiM
m I A50UMD-WE. r-SA - il-
i is Rather ambjtiou
; 5HES DKTERMNFD
1 1 THAT MABEL. SHALL.
t I L MARRY A YOUNr
I M I
Low DcrMnu Avirt I . : i I
J ni I CirMn8rrtnrr Symlicato. lug- GtvM Brttahi rmM rcerr . .-jf
week of which was spent with Sa
lem friends In a tourf of 'the; Ore
gon and Washington: beache and
in Portland. -Miss Johnson is an
employe of the 1 State Insurance
department. : . . ' i '
Calif ornians continue : to pre
dominate among tourists register
ed at the Capital auto camp.
Among-them are Mr. and ; Mrs.
James Llnnton of Eureka, T Mr.
and Mrs. William Steele and Mr.
and Mrs. J. Irvine of Oakland. !
Mr. and Mrs. I D.T. ; Bradford
and small son. Wayne ' have re
turned rrom a visit of ; several
days at the Del Yoef ranch 'near
Dayton where - they 'were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kuhn.
The Kuans are caretakers of the
ranch during the absence of Mr.
and Mrs. be V6et parents of . Mrs.
KUh'n, who are In Kansas, ii
r Home From Coit I ! "
Mr. and. Mrs ;V. P. Lewis , re
turned today from ! Tillamook
where they were 'overnight guests
of Lewis' twin j brother,!;! Elmer
Lewis arid, family.") ;
-;Miss Gertrudei Neftham is in
Portland; from where she will go
to Hillsboro to take up her duties
as teacher in 7 the I grade school.
Miss' Needham has taught the last
two yrevldus years in Hillsboro.
. ' I""' V " ' I- ! 'C ' ';
: t - i ! .. i",
copper and brass, ' The old brass
tea server belonging to lr.
Blake's mother is quite a curio.
But with all the! delightful
time Mr. Blake . says j nothing
looked as good j to him; as the
sight of his English ! walnut"; or
chard as he viewed it wherljhe
returned.!. ; i i : l-
Thev Blakes were - gone three
months, Ithe latter ;-. part being
spent In Chicago and Aurora Il
linois, and in Minneapolis. Min
nesota, where they vfsited with
their daughter Hazel and family.
One of the relict- brought heme
vrhich they prize highly is I a
brass door ' knocker1 inscribed
with a fac-slmile of - an epitaph
found on a tomb In Wales of the
great grandfather! of the founder
or laie college.
X Dei I round on a tnmK In TC.Un :
col- j great grandfather! of the found or
in pewter, I of Yale collere. '
COCAE ON,A 1;. '-If 1';"
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eve 1 1
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MAN OF WEALTH I
S AMD SOCIAL, . J
Prune Picking at;;
Pleasant View; Beards-
Is Back f
PLEASANT VIEW, Sept. 11.
J. C. Morris has his" new house
nearly completed. He I- has al
ready given It the first coat- of
paint and has had the -plastering
done this week. ., . i
; Prune picking .Is I "practically
finished this week. The Iweather
has been Ideal most of tat time.
The recent rain did not seem to
damage the prunes any, and for
tbe most, part was of much bene
fit.'. .(,. & - - : i M--:
i. W. W. Beardsley has just re
turned from a week's 'visit at
Klamath Falls with his parents
and a brother: jS-j
it Mr. Beardsley's brother oper
ates a 400 acre alfalfa and grain
hay farm; most of which is un
der Irrigation; This season 3,
000,000 gallons of water; were
used on the farm. Mr. iBeardsley
also visited at Tule, Calif.
i" Guests! at the J. C. Morris
home during the Labor- day holi-
day were: Mr) and JVIrs. ! Howard
Hunsaker and children iof Salenir1
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Whitehead and
children,! of Turner, joe Morris
and. Florence Stockman of Port
land. Maurice Stockman who has
spent the summer months' with
his - grandparents, accompanied
his mother home. pij u '
f ir Dr. Mary Staples of San Fran
cisco, accompanied by Mrs.i Wal
ter Miller, has been , 'renewing
old acquaintances In thf vicinity.
Frank Cook, who has been ill
for the past week, is;much im
proved and will soon be able to
be ont again. r i i
Wanda Elliott Goes
'To Condon to Teach
PERRYDALE. Sent J 1 1 MIsn i
Wanda Elliott: Iftft Thnr1nv tnr
Condon where' she will teach the
coming year, f Miss Elliott has
tAlirht thrAA sreara : boia In llin
school and wilt be greatly missed
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