The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 16, 1931, Page 7, Image 7

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    MEASE SEE!
Mostly in Oregon Report
Of Federal Bureau on "
Crop Estimates
Air Increase tn lb United SUtea
production of hops from 22,170,
600 lbs. to 23.476.000 lbiv it In
dicated by the September 1 report
of the federal crop Md llreetoclc
estimates aa compared to the Auz
vat estimates
Hop production in thia country
I entirely on the- Pacific coast
and the increased proddttion
prospects of $.52 bales' during
the month of August Is the result
of increases in both the Washing
ton and Oregon estimates; the
latter state, howerer. Which ibnvi
n increase pt 8.204 bales ac
counts for most of the change; r
This iraproTement in -prospects
in Oregon is "based pretty largely
On actual yields as hop picking
was Quito general at the time of
the report.: It follows a report 'on
August which showed a material
decrease in prospects due to con
siderable mildew, apparent dam
age from ; drought and a large
amount of blight damage.. : r
On September first downy mil
dew, had pretty largely disappear
ed and aside from a vfew yards
which were reduced to practically
total failure by mildew earlier
in" the season; the 'damage from
this cause did not come up to ex
pectations, i
Picking has continued under fa
vorable conditions and aside from
eome red; spider damage, the
yield of late .hops has -been in
most cases i above expectations.
9he size and quality, of the late
fcops ta generally fair to- good.'
Early-clusters and Puggles turn
ed out more nearly in . line with
earlier indications but eren in
these yards yields were mostly
better than expected.
Recent showers,-, aside from
lowing up picking operations,
hare not been heary enough or of
sufficient length to Injure the
quality of the. crop.
FAU FROM WINDOW
OfVESBAD INJURY
LINCOLN. Sept. 15: Old time
residents of this and nearby vi
cinities who were wall acquainted
with the Gert a family who for
merlv lived here will be sorry td
near of the serious accident last
week in "which the 15 year old
eon of Mr.! and Mrs. Sandy An
derson (Lillian Gerth) of Tole
do, broke his back'1 and seven
ribs.
At last reports the lad was
Testing a little easier. , A deli
cate operation was performed
Tuesday In hopes of saving his
life. - .: -
The lad was helping his fath
er, who la Janitor of the Toledo
school, wash second story win
dows when he fell 27 feet to the
jrround. Walter Garth, uncle of
the boy went to Toledo Monday
ta be there! for the time of the
operation. - j -, '-; , k
FINAL BITES
5. S.ZIIUIME
WOODBURY. Sept. ; 15 Fun
eral services for Mrs. Sarah Jane
2immerIng,.who died In Portland
recently. -were held at tne St.
lyre's Catholic church In Wood
hurn Tuesday morning, Septem
ber 15. Mrs., Zlmniering, who
was 77 years old., formerly lived
In Wood burn.
She Is the' mother pt Mrs.
Ralph Kocher of Woodburn. She
leaves three other daughters.
Mrs. Margaret Hanlon of Taco
ma. Was.. Mr. Agnes Woods of
Seattle, Wash... and Mrs. Alice
Will of Portland. Two sons.
James and William Peters, both
Yf Portland, r lso - su ryire Mrs.
Zimmerlng. ..
Interment was held at the Lone
Jlr cemetery in Portland early
Tuesday -afternoon -? (
Cattrons Will Move
To House in Town
." BRUSH CREEK". Sept,- 15
Harold Cattron , and his .mother
and sisters, who have been : liv
ing la the - Gilbert Underdahl
home; here, are ' leaving It sdrae
'time between now and the first
Ot October. They plan to move
to town. " I '
Henry .HJorth Is spending this
week at the home of his cousin,
Alvin Madsen, at Lincoln .where
lie is assisting the latter in erect
ing a new milk house. Hjorth
Just returned from a two months
Ttsit In Wisconsin. r
Radio
Ptogtams
Vadaasdar. 1
FOB;
mi
IS :00 Jfaxas Hanr.
12:45 Organ progTam. - "
1 :44 Matinea. . . -
t:8 HataasnafVcr hour.
S :34) VaadeTille. '
: Farm kaur.
V:? Mnaic ly-tba aUsters.
( ;00 Kew things ia aeiaaea
' KCW Ka. Tartlaod
7 .00 Davatioas.
7:15 afarntag MViiten
V!4 Van aad la. KBa 5
9 ;0 Calking school.
:4S Radia RambHnga. "
10:15 Mary Hala alsrtia.
f V0: Woman's Msgatlna tha Air.
I 11 :80 Ortaa. . ; . - -' i -
jl.-45Kusieal Vail Box.
14:15 Wastera hm aad Bona kanr.;
1 rtMV Triaadlr -
S.-45 Saags f ( , TBO.
. d:3 CswW Kids, NBO. '
T.-OO Am V Aady; VBC
- 9:1a Sla' T5n Tia Thrillara, VBC , ...
i0:15 Tri talk. Captaia Errtat.
0:45 FfftM raciUL "
1 ;0 Lplner-Hsrrls, . STBC - . : w r-
CUCUMBERS, G&BBAGE
WHEAT PRICE GAINS A
First . Jonathan Apples
Of Season Offered
From Valley
PORTLAND, Sept. 15 (AP)
Scarcity .of pickling l cucumbers
and cabbage featured an other
wise dull session, of the East Side
Fanners' market today. Demand
for pickling cucumbers was keen
with sales at full prices.
Cabbage offerings were limited
with the bulk of the better class
supplies $t: SO and some excep
tional stock a te $1.75 crate.
First Jonathan apples of the
season were offering i from Wil
lamette ralley, points ! with sales
within the general apple range. .
. Oreen beans were in good call;
mostly 3c lb. Limas around 4-Sc
Blackberries were j in small
supply with a fair movement 75c
crate. .;' ,
Cauliflower was easier with an
extreme of $1.10-1.15 for real Is
while j No. I B sold mostly 75c
crate, j . . ;' ' !
Tomatoes were easier with few
sales, above 35c box.
s Potato demand was steady with
prices ranging around 75c for
best; stock in orange boxes. Sacks
around $1.
t Garlic sold 2 5-3 0c string.
Yakima Hales peaches sold 70c
for small and 80c for large. Dallas
moved .75-85c respectively. Clings
at a similar price with late Craw
fords fiOc box.-
Small .supplies of Bartlett pears
were offering; sales being around
$1.15 Jumble box.
Spinas market was . steady;
mostly 7 5c orange box.
General Markets
PORTLAND, Ore.. Bept. 15-i-UP)
Produce exchange, net prices: bu'.ter: er
tr, 30; standards. 29; vrimr firsts
23; first. 36. EgS: fresa trtns, 26;
fresh taediams, 20-22.
Portland Grain
POKTLANX), Ore., Sept. 15 (AF)
Wheat: ,
Open High Low
May 5i 53 59
Sept., oid ..4fi 4i 46
Sept., aw 4T 47 4?
Close
46
47V,
Uec 4 49
49
Casa grain: tur Bend bluestm,
60
soft -wijite, wuicra wirtte. 4SVi
bard
winter, ; nortoera SDrii., . western red,
'.. : i'
N. 3 white i $17.50.
Cons:, Ka. 3 K. Y. 2T.50.
Miiirua stasdard
Portland Livestock
PORTLAND. Of-. Sept. 15 (AP)
Cattle 0, caWea 10, steady for good
staff : I
Hteer, 60CE-BW ib., ffood, 6.30-7.00;
medium,; 5.00-8.50; cnoimom, 8. 50-5. 00;
1100-19 Its., good, 6.-Jj-rt.7o; medium
4.1i5-(i.5; heifors, lbs., good,
5.50-G.; media, f SU0-6.iO; common,
cw, Soii4. 2.1-4.85: common
and medium. 3.00-4.25; low cutter and
cutter, , 1.0-2.0 ; Lalik, yearlings ex
cloJed. good aal choice, beef,. 4.00-4.50;
ruuer, eomraon and medium, 8. 00-4. 50;
vealers xailk fed, good and choire. 7.00
0.5O; medium. 6.OO-7.50; coll and com
moa, 4.90-4.00; calves. 20-500 lbs.,
good aad choice, 6. 00-3 00; common and
medinm, S.50-S.(K).
- Hogs, $00, strong.
Light lirht, 140-160 lbs., good and
choice, S.60-7.C0; light -weis-lit, 160 ISO.,
good and CBie, S.75-7.00; J0-20O lbs.,
good mtki choice. 6u?5'7.00; medium
weight, '-JOO-S20 IIs., good and choice,
6.00-7.OO; 220-259 lbs., good and choice,
5.25-6.oO; hea? weignt, 230-290 lb.,
good and choice' 5.0O-O.25; 2O-350 Ibs
medium and good. 4.00-5.00; feeder and
stocker pigs, . 70-130: lbs., good and
choice. '6.50-6.50.
Sheep,- 1400; C 5c ' hjrher for better
sorts. . !
Lanu. 90 lbs . down, good and choice,
5.25-5.50; tr.-dm:n, 3.75-5.23; all weights,
common, S.O0-.75; yesrling wethers. PO
110 lbs., mediu-n to choice, 3.00-4.OO;
ewes,,l0-12d lbs., medium to choice. 1.75
2.O0;' 120-150 i.r medium to choice,
1.50-1.75; all weights,, cull and common,
1.00-1.5.
Portland Produce
PORTLAND. re., Sept. 13 (AP)
Butter: prtnts, s2 score or better, 83
83c; ataadards 10-Slc cartons.
Eggs: Pacific powltry jrodacers' sau-
Inc riee: fresh astral, 26c: standards.
35c; mediums. 2('c; pullets. 15c.
UUk: buying rioet: grade B. 82.17
Portland deliTerj aad inspection.
(."aiitry annate: selling price to re
tailers: conatry-laTled hogs, best bntcn-
a under 109 loa. v-ye; veaiars, to
120 lbs,. 14c; vearlmg lambs. . -e;
spring . lambs, lie; neary ewes, i-oc;
cannr cows. S-5r; bulls, 5-7c.
Mohair: nomiaal baying price. issi
dip: long hair, 10c; kid. 15c lb.
'ats: Orecon walnuts. 18-25c; pea
nuts, 12e lb.; B-siils. 12 14c; almonds.
1516c; fiiwerts, 20-22c; pecans, SOe lb.
t'ascara bark: ftttjing prices, last pee.
Sc lb.
Hsm: babiiui, 1929 CTOT, 8-10c;
1930. 15-14He; 1S31, 14X,-15e lb.
Butterfat ditwt ta shippers, track.
24-37c: stations Na. 1, 2S-27e. Portland
delirary prices: bnttarfat, sour. 80-Slc;
sweat, 8$-S5c.
Lara poultry: aet buying price: heavy
hens. oir 4Vi l!s,-aH. 20-SIa lb.; do
medium. 15e; ligiO, 13c lb.; broilers, un
der 1H !- 28c; aer 14 Iba., 18-20e;
colored, t3e; colored fryers tinder 33
Ibs 20c; arar S Ibs..-2')c; Na. 2 chick
ens, 7-c: via raoiteas, ?c; aucca. rca-
ias. 13-1 jc; geese, is-uc. ..
Onions - :sailing prtna ta retailers: It-
kjma ilob. $1.85; Oregon. 91.
Patatoes: local. 1S lb.; casters
Washington, $1.25-1.85 cental.
, Wool: 1931 crop, nominsl Willamette
valley, 18 15c; eastern Oregon,-11-15 lb.
Hay; tcying price for producer: al
falfa, $14-15; ciarer, $14-12; oats aad
retch, 110-11 lea.
Dressed poaltry: saHing price to re
tailers: turkeys. por to guod, S0-S5c
Fruits, Vegetables
PORTXJIND. Ore, Sept. .15 (AP
Oranges: Calrfornia Valeocias, f3.S5-5.50.
(irapetmit: California, f 4-4.50; i'lorida.
5.25. Xjiaes; 6 dien eartoas, 3.25.
Baaaaas: 6c lb. Lcnuoas : California,
d.S5-t. , fiBCklebarriea: Fnget teoaod,
12-le; ssoantain, 6-1 Qc lb, -!
Watrasdas. W. Xloadika. 1H'
!. lb- Tanta!our: Uillard, fl-1.3i;
jaatbav l.-V; Vaktsaa and The Xallea.
tBBdard. ?ic-l crate. 1 Money dew arel
ns : Oalilarnia large -flata, 1. Hask
atelons: local. -4 lb. Casabas: Cali
fornia, 2 H lb. -lea cream asas: Cali
forais, lc lb. Persian me'.ans: fl.50
crate. .. . . . - I ;.'
Urapes: aad!esa, tl-SS-LSO! lug Ta
kayj 1.75; whita Malaga, $1.25; Rib
lers. 1.-1.T5.- tonatl Coaeards.. tHe lb.
Peaches r Yakima Ubertas, 60-65e; la
ta!, 00-5c : J. H. Hales, 80-8ic. pears:
11 d ford BartlvHa. 1.65. Ground char-
ties: 91 bx. craaaarmes: ao.xa doz.
1 Cabbagar lacai. w, lb. Pa-
lataes: local. le Is.; asstem. Wshiag
ton, 9L.Z4-1.S5 cental.' 1 Oniaaa: selling
pries ta retailers : Takiiaa Globes, 91.85;
Oivgvn, 93. Cucttaabara-T fiei growa, SOa
boz. Spiaach: local. 99 IUfc : Celery t
tAisb, 5-0c dosaa; "haartay 91.15.
Moth rooms: hothoaaa. 65 c lb. Peppers :
Ball. ra, 5aOc aaa.i -
Sweet potato: new Cslifornis.- B's-
IV lb, Canlntlowas?: aartha-est, 91-
X. 10 par erate.. Deans: iocsi, ac i
at: The dalles, '50c bos. Cam: la-
eal 40-40e aack. Lettace: local. 91 J
sot. l-A a a Sa. Hummer sanash: la-
aal fiata, Oaw IMI-Haski 2U-ls.
Salem Markets
- Grade B. raw A nrtlk, .
co-op pool price, per
1 laandred. , -lj,s - .J-
Factory milk; 1.40. ,
Butterfat,: sweet, 82c,
Betterfat, sour, SOc
rxVXT JkXD S0ST4SUS
triM si4 to cawcn . bjr' Saita brrs.
TsaxxAnxxs
Celery, dec 50 to d
K4takea, M. j. . j , ,-,,, 3
Onieai, ... 4o, I , I ,
Onicma, sack j . ;-. L ,. , ... .1 r
Carrots r , ' ' , a
Bta
Cabbafa ;
Cora, sack ,
Cocambera. dot. j .
Csaliflower. erst
Potatoes, cwt.
Tarnrps, 4os. -. ..i ,
Toautoes, lay
Hammer sqaaissv i
Oroeav besaa
so
.29 to S
...1.00
T5
S5
-JtS
-02 V4
Lettace, era to
Prane. bu.
Watermelons, lel
Green Pepper, las
Danish souash
Ground cherries, Ju .
Qrapaa, local, Jaf
GOS
Saying Price
Kxtrms .
Mediums
I0
POUXTOT
Bayiag Prteea
Roosters, e'd
Broilers
Colored
Lefhora
Hearies. baas
Medinmfhens -
.18
.IS
.IT
.It
.10
Lieht hens
GBAXN AND HA1
Buying Prices
Wheat, westers, red . 8T
White, ba. - j , :
Barley, tea , 15.50 to 16.50
Oats, rey u...t2.50 to 14. SO
White ..Z1.50 to
RJ! bnytns prices -
Oats and vetch, ton
.10.00
.11J0
.14.00
.1S.0O
.13.50
15
0
Ulorer
Alfalfa, valley. 2nd enttine
Eastern Orefon , , ,,
Com me a
HOPS
op si
Old
stock
MEAT
Baying Prices
Lambs, top
-4.TS
Hosts,- top J
....6.50
Hogs, first tuts -J
Hogs, other cuts
.6.00
-5.S0
steers
05 to .06
Cowl
.01 to
04 to .05
1?
Heifers -
Dressed Teal
Dressed hoijs
10
MICKEY MOUSE
1.00 to 1.35
"-"' ?s
.! 80
. 01 u
TO
OW ,YrS, WOFEDr- fMMNic THET?E IS & FUTUPf WflQeS as- " f.
HER RICH OLD OWCLE MCWA1EQ HAS OODLK AMD J t ij
ootxKOF-fAoofy uuca wil au. be left to y s
Hf R SOME OAVjr-,. v-. -cfiv
'
THIMBLE THEATREtarrinig Popeye
X WlW HE'D
OOlTMOrXHlMXj.
TO KHOCK 0VR
B HORSE
ME FE.EU
OUT
r v
kPT 1 u "
r , - n j vi a -v
LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY
I KrJOW HOW VOU GOT INTO TW MIME I I
I how vou sexr that note tppim&
TOOTS AND CASPER
THfe ONLY HAPPY
DAYS i EVER HAVE ARE J
WHEhj DANNY IS HERE,
- AND NOW HL sONE I
AWAYj A6AIN ) ,
:.k im so lonesome f
Vrvi wrrHOUT him! vt ;
IN DEMAND
CENT HERE
Lambs Gain, Hogs are
bteady at Recent
; Price'Ad vahce
: in ia.i is .. " : : b
Wheat climbed another ; cent
hero yesterday, bringing white to
I S cents andWred to 37 cent a-
buheC Hogs remained ateady aft
er the dollar raise reported Mon
day, j " v , .
Ltmbi are up, growers
getting $4.75 on tone. i'
now
The butterfat market - ruled
steady, with some Indication of an
Increase in the offing.
The $1.95 quoted under Salem
markets is not really a drop In
that commodity, but Is instead the
pool price paid by. the co-op as
sociation. The pool price, as noted.
Is lower than the $ 2.17 V4 con
tract between producers and dis
tributors as agreed on following
the, recent milk war. . ; Operation
costs account for the differential
between the contract and ' pool
figure. .
Burge Horses
Make Circuit
JEFFERSON,' Sept. 15 D, P.
Barge, the veteran horse breed
er in the. Dever district six miles
west of here, left on his annual
tour of the northwestern states
and Canada to attend a series of
state and district ; fairs with his
chain of draft horses.
He has 18 horses this year and
will enter the four and six horse
driving contests and also enter
some of his best animals In the
regular stock shows.
Barge is known as one of the
best breeders of draft horses in
Oregon, and has won many
prizes on his stock In recent
years. ' I .
wool.
Coarse
Medina
.19
.IS
MOHAX2
.IS
.IS
THROW HiM OUT! )
HE'S BREAKING J
IF
I FT2EE
V TALK
J .
NOW, N0Wl S0PH4E,
DRY YOUR
MVSTNT
DANNYS . 6ONE AWAY.
BUT XWVE jfifOT HE
AND I HAVE Y0U,S0
Wt BOTH
BE THANKFUL!
THISTLES USED
I COWS' FEED
Steinbergers Glad to bt in
West. After Trip to,
North Dakota
SILVERTOtf. Sept. IS-Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Stetnberger have re
turned from Minot. North Dako
ta, where they have been spending
tne eummer months. " .They-"ex
press their happiness .at being-back-
in a "real country Condi
tions, i-they; say. are . very , bad in
North Dakota ns there have been
no crops for two years. . , . .
. Tnif . snmmer, farmers were
putting up Russian thistles ' to-
feed their cattle during 'the win
ter. Mrs. Stelnberger remarked
that any farmer in the section in
which they visited, who was not
on the county- was : considered
quite well of f . . i ? v
Take Apmrimtmt
The Steinbergers hare taken
apartments at Hoamers. .. Mrs.
Stelnberger. who ' taught in the
Silverton schools last year as Ma
rie Ronnlgan, will teach at Evans
Valley this year and drive forth
and baqk. ,; , , t r f
ir. ana m.ts. Atria, segara w no
have been living in the Uphoff
house oh Grant street are moving
this week to the Ed Johnson homo
on tlno street. This place .was
formerly .occupied by- Mr. and
Mrs. F. B. Patty who at one. time
owned the Ford garagei at Silver
ton. '
. Bather to Astoria . i-'-:-'5
Victor Bather, who has been
employed at a drug store at New4
port during the summer, left Mon
day for Astoria where he has se
cured a permanent position in a
drug store there, Sather, the soft
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sather ot
Silverton. is a graduate of .Oregon
State and was for a number of
years with Olsea pharmacy here.
Mrs. BuirbeeGomes .
Home With Sister
Smt IB Mrs. Clai
ttnoa. V MArrfnk- and ttVA children
Audrey and Chester 'of Zena who
have been visitors-tor a week at
"Valuable Information
AH 1 1 StE 1ET EEM IE CARDS MXJ-1 IOVSH0?WUVJ
?iS0EECUOLDOMae, HFtJ0V8 ME 10VES HER MORE
KEES MEEMlF Vrnj'MUCW 15 ft TUAM WSVtWUFl
r 1 KTAlOTSO? V'UWl I REMEMGET?
Now Showing A Dead
CONSCIENCE HURTS
I'M SORftV- MV GOOO
rPst , f M 50RRV
I DID T f
"A Silent
VT3UUTELL ME ALLYOU
KNOW. TM GCkUA LET yOU SO
-BirriPVOUKEEPOtf
f ACnNGSUtXyANOREFI&T0
XLL P1NOAWTO
"Beyond Expectations"
LITTLE EYE5XXJ I
COX SWEET-HEART!
r
OJ&HTT
P
the home of Mr. and MrsJ Crlt.
Burbee ot ' Portland returned
home. Saturday night with Mrs.
Burbee-and children Ootdie and
Gordon. . Mrs. Burbee: and Mrs,
Merrick are . sisters. . The : group
visited M. Holdredge who Is dry-
erman at Fattersona hop yard at
Eoia. late Saturdar night. I Mr.
Holdrego' Is father of Mrs. f Mer
rick and Mrs.' ' Burbee. and ' his
hone la at Cottage Grove. ; f
HAYESVILLB. Sent. Isi-lMrs
Brilla Halburt visited -- at I the
home 4 Mrs. Arleta Steel at
Turner,".yp 'i.th :::,vi
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Olmstead
are receiving , congratulations on
the birth 'of a seven ; pound ) boy.
This Is the second 'Child,: bat the
first Joy. . ' -Iv; ';;,; -.)$,','
Mrs. JJ C,e Stapfel is on the
sick list, suffering from: an ab
scess in her head.' :fi -h -.ti'ii;'! '
jl Miss VHasel Plrmpton. :- art
teacher at Bellingham. Wash
has been i visiting at the Albert
Stettler home. : ( ! !
Mrs. Frank Marler. - who : has
been spending the , past ' two
months with her mother. Mrs. D.
S. Wells, left Thursday for Boise.
ioano, ; After, visiting there . a
few days, she will return to ; her
home at San ford. Fla. ; ,1
- Mr. and- Mrs. Frank Plvmnton
of Portland, spent the weekend
with Mrs. Roviiln Ma.fee.
Benson Ships
Chinas East
BRUSH CREEK. ;Snt -.IS;
Clayton Benson left Monday ; from
Woodburn with a carload of 'Chi
na Pheasants . for TCarmas . ; Ti
carload contained 1200 birdsj
. The Benson pheasant farm in
this communitv is one of the old
est privately owned nheasant
farms in the state. Carl R An son.
the owner, is said to be one -of
ine.pest known authorities on
pheasant raising. He has', earlier
in the season sent a. nnmw nf
birds to Washington state for re
lease, i !' .;.' if -
man Tells a Tale.'
OH-THIS HORRlSLt!
UUHERE OOE.S IT
HURT VOO THC i
Sphinx
MOAATTEie WHAT yU
DQ, r WONT TALK J
x know ou cam Hirer me;
-CAU5E YOU.eE BiGSEl'M
X AM .BUT EVEN
VtX) KILL ME X
WONTBETJ2AV
M FRIENDS f
I
VISITORS. BIRTHS
a ILUiESS TOLD
AMD 7tc EES WOMEEWa HeM OH ABSOLUTfLV 5WE
VOOULDM'r DO R3R HFR J IS EVEOYTWIMS TO W
ESPEOAU.V FEP SH EES' HE WOULD TUQM WHOLE
FFM TfiOUSLE- -VFS ? J WORLD OVER FOR HER-
-yr TiME VOHEMSHf VJsS-
- 1
m
. Ja il
i V f - .
OH.dxET. OUT OF MY iSltxHT.
I WOULD MT SWAP DANNY5 LITTLE ' I
FINDER FOR TEI4 HYENAS LIKE YOU!
ITS ALL YOUR FAULT - V
IF YOU WERE NT SUCH A WORTHLESS
WOBODY MABELS MOTHER VJOULDNT
,WE OBJECTED TO HER
MAwf?VIM f-r nAMMVI I
- - - - - aaaa aasv W V a
5:
SCHOOL AT UBISI
WILL OPEN Fl'M
" LABISH i CENTER1, Sept. 15.
W. R. Daugherty was rnsued te
the1 'Deaconess hospital - Sunday
afternoon where he underwent an
emergency , operation for acute
appendicitis. Mr. Daugherty was
taken seriously ill Friday even
ing; )..; , - , - v
: Miss Constance "Welnmanl left
Sunday for Sutherlln where ahe
will again be an instructor la the
Sutherlln high School. j The Sn
therlin schools y opened n Monday.
Miss Weinman, who is a Univer
sity! Of Oregon gradnate. took ex
tension work-- in Portland this
summer, v - . - '
Mr. and Mrs. -Ell Rhodes and
family enjoyed the. beach at'Pa
elfle-Clty-Saridaffi -,M-- - r.4
The Lablsh Center school will
open Monday. Sept. 21." with
Florence ' Starker Burr beginning
her third year as teacher here.
Enrollment for the 'last severs!.
years has bordered on - the : 4V
mark, and a large enrollment is
again anticipated this yean Miss
Grace Klampe will - begin her; du
ties at the Oak Ridge school near
Macleay on : the same dy. The
bnening date for? this school, was
previously announced for Sept.:
28. , This Miss Klampe's sec
ond year there, v "'-:::! ..!
Ernest Garbarlno and Edward
McClaughry wlll .leave the latter
part 'of this week, to take the en
trance examination . at - the Uni
versity of ) Oreron. Both Mr.
Garbarlno and Mr. . McClaughry
are Salem high schol graduates,
Ernest with the class of '31 and
Edward with thei'40 class." -
LYONS. : Seots 1 15 -The Fai-4
Vaney school opened: today with
Mrs. ueien.Glbbs as-principal and
Miss Zeta Pilchard as teacher of
the primary grades.
The Stayton school also opened
today and the bus: from that dis
trict arrived at Lyons at! 8:15 a.
m. to j transport the students"At-
tending high school. Several "fur-
By
( EMGNtMGVOUA
CHAMCEeTD $AV
VOOeOWNNECKf
1
fast.
r Pewarrc ST4ieat,
SOPHIE LOOKS SO
IDIFFEREHT WrTr
HER NEW FACE OASPER.
W FACT. 10 NEVER
rrww 1 1 d yie- if SHE
Dl4tTHW ME
OUT OF THE HOUSE
r . 11-. :tn:;ns:rKt;:f:
OCCASIONALLY
1
1 GOOD-GVE,QUEEN"l THWK V'OU H f ET EES OTtJlMG1
: ARE MARVELOUS a IT'S DOStT.VElV I I NAVE VARIOUS
T mVjV.FVlNJff THE WAV VtoU CAM J U WAV'S OF &ETT1MG
i SEE Alt TV4ESE" WtWGS I ? V E EA1 FQ S ATiOM
y j-Vy"" y DiO
I " "Van' doh'tX
yfiFvoutiTN
PROTeCTA, j
6WEPF. ILL
.a
at districts are accommodate!
with th but service. Including
Fox Valley. Lyons. Weasel Flat
McCulley mountain and Thomas
Creek districts near here." : Thia
service gives pupils living away
from high school centers an eaual
chance and standing with those
who live in town. i
A group of Lebanon people
drove out to Lyons Sunday. They
spent the noon hour picnicking
along' the: highway about 10 miles i
east of Lyons and later called on
friends at Mill City and pa their
way home visited at the i J. U.
Johnston; home at Lyons. Those
la -the party were Mr. and Mrs. j
Carlton Mary, Mr; Mry Thomas, ;
and Mr. 1 Mary's mother, Mrs. i
Mary. ' ; '
Church Loss
At Woodburn
VandalgWx)rk
- WOODBURN, Sept) 15.- Van
dals - gained entrance to the
Woodburn Church of Christ Sun
day afternoon and proceeded to
tear up the interior fittings as
much as possible. It was learned
Monday morning. :. Leaves were
found torn from the church Bi
ble, and other acts of contempt,
.too incorrigible to be mentioned
in this report, were effected.
The Intruders apparently gain
ed entrance to the church through
a window In the basement, which
is always left open. When Dora
and Ethel .Tressider came to the
church early in the e-vening to .
prepare for a young ; people's
meeting, they found the place in
confusion, as It was; left by the
intruders J . : $ j, j .. x
Since the acts done were so of
fensive, it is believed that they
someone mentally
defective, f
Longview Man Buys 1
Givens' Barber Shop
.. 3 iiii :
SILVERTON. Sept.i 15 Ed
Girens hasUoId liiv:Q. K. barber
shop on Oak street ! to George
Anderson of Longyiew, who has
taken possession at i once. Mr.
and Mrs. Anderson and their four
children have mored Into the Ri
stad house ou East Main street.
.Mr. GIvehs plans, to take a rest
before he loois about for a new
location. 3 L"5 j i "
By WALT DISNEY
By SEG AH
BRANDON WALSH
lETmE.
AT THAT,
lar. Cot rit rtjhti merrrj
By JIMMY MURPHY
IP fVPvtlP i TtlMWS, ,
) YOU OUdrHT TO r- i
SI SOMEDAY AMOUNT TO
1 SOMETHING ShES
EXPECT1N&TOO MUCH
COLONEL HOOFERl '
AS THE OLD SAY1M4
tjOES, YOU CAMT I
MAKE A SILK PURSE
OF A SOWS EAR
m