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TTi OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregtm. Friday Morning. October 2. 13 1
CD IMBEDS IE
j Members Designated;
1 Clarked Number 2
STOCKS HIT HARD, GIXEvSTOONG
REAIi GRAINS STEADY
STRESSED AT HIGH
t TEA A LA' JAPANESE j FtR LINDYS f
-I To expedite th j handling of
shipments of milk and cream
and to simplify the keeping of ac
counts the Dairr Cooperative as
sociation has established a nn
merjcal ; system' of -- Identifying
each member's milk and cream
cans. Permanent numbers have
been giren to each ' shipper and
each member will appear only as
a number on the accounts of the
rarlous distributing plants.
"This plan will be of assUtance
to" truck men, employes of distri
buting plants and the accounting
department of the cooperatire as
-well as aiding in the taking of
samples for butterfat testing, it is
claimed. ! , !
: Number one has been reserved
for the dairy association." Num
ber two fell to the lot of R. W.
Clarke, Rtt 2, Salem. Mr. Clarke
Is fieldman for the cooperative in
Marlon- and Polk couities. No
member has been assigned num
ber 100 as -yet-but it will be given
to some shipper from the Salem
district as the numbers run con
eeutlvely from two to three hun
dred for that section; Cans bear
ing the number 123 will in the fu
ture ; be , credited: to Charles
Weathers. Turner, Oregon.
Numbers from 301 to 700 have
been assigned to shippers from
the state of Washington. Andy
Ashcraf t from Woodland, Wash.,
has the lowest number from that
state. Shippers from Oregon,
father than from the Salem dis
trict hold their identity from
numbers beginning with ?0I.
Number 1000 is the permanent
property of C. E. Kraft, Rt. ,
Canby. Probably 13 Is a lucky
number for Mrs. F. Herb, Banks,
Oregon, but in any case the num
ber she has, 1313, should be a
double check for good luck.
. Seventeen hundred and fifty
eight is the highest number, yet
given to a grade B shipper, as all
shippers of C grade begin with
3000 and upward, ; J. W. Hor
gert, owner of Morning Dew farm,
Hillsboro, is the latest number in
the B group. Order in joining the
association has no bearing on
these new numbers, association
officials said yesterday.
''Among over two thousand
shippers there are a number of
duplications of names and Ini
tials,? said Will W. Henry, mana
ger, yesterday. "We have two or
three Jim Meyers, for example.
Numbering the cans will simplify
, our system a great deal."
31 NOW E
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PERRYDALE, Oct. 1. New
desks hare been set up in the high
school to accommodate new stu
dents. There are 31 now in high
school, 18 in the freshman class,
three -new freshmen the pas
- week. ;
Their first newspaper was put
out Friday. It contains news of
all : school activities i and clever
cartoons as well as community
news. This paper is published ev
ery two weeks. ! ! 1
The staff Is: Editor, Malda Car-
'toII; manager. Aladlne Campbell;
sports. Andrew Van Otten; jokes
and cartoons. Elinor Gregg; news.
May Van Staavern and Arline
White. - I
j William Stapleton and Virginia
and Hal are ,confined to" their beds
SCHOOL GETS SUPPLIES -LYONS.
Oct. 1 The Fox Val
ley school received a shipment of
supplies from Portland Monday.
The school is doing nicely under
the supervision .of Mrs. Helen
Gibbs and Miss Zeta Prichard.
New conveniences sre being add
ed, among them a,i combination
drinking fountain attachment "or
the pump, which will be avery
economical and sanitary arrange
ment to be used in place of fn
ivldnal cups. t
yAUGHNS BACK FROM TRIP
, LYONS. Oct. 1 Mr, and Mrs.
Arthur Vaughn returned from
business trip to Kelso, Wash.,
' late . Saturday. The Vaughns
were also Sunday -visitors at
Yamhill where they liave some
sheep out on lease. 1 ;
I PLANE WINS
Death and science staged a race
'the other day and science has ap
parently won. Mrs. Andrew Net
on (above) was dyinr in a Chl
ta;9 hospital, a victim of tha
dread Addison's disease. A rare
serum, known as cortin, was rushed
by special airplane from Buffalo.
It was the only available supply
'and was located after a nation
wide appeal, Mrs, Nelson is said
to bow stand a rood chaac ta
. recovez. . h :
Late j Upturns Fail to
Cancel all Losses;
i Shares Ragged
NEW I YORK. Oct. 1 (AP
The stock 7 market struggled
through j several tits of extreme
depression today, but managed to
close with s rally. i
The late upturn was insuffici
ent to cancel all of the losses, but
It reduced them substantially. A
few pivotal Issues finished high
er. : The average net decline in -leading
issues was 1.4 points, the
smallest of the week. Activity In
creased rather substantially, sales
totaling 3, 590.640 shares.
i At their worst, the so-called
blue ribboa stocks looked badly
bedraggled. American Telephone
was thrown for an extreme loss of
4 points : which It cat to 1. The
day's low was 126 5-8. United
States Steel, after breaking under
70, the lowest in 16 years, closed
1-8 up. General Electric flopped
to 26 1-8 and General Motors to
22, but the former's net loss
was nominal and the latter's
Consolidated gas was steadily
pressed most of the day, sagging
to 64 6-8 from which level it
made considerable, recovery. Am
erican Can, Eastman, Westing
house and a few others returned
Rails had been well groomed
for the eastern merger agreement
and formal announcement of that
decision brought quick selling,
probably on the old. theory that
the good news was out.
POKTLAKD,. Ore.. Oct. 1 (AP)
Produce eKehearc, net prices. Batter:
extni, SI;' standards, 80; prime firsts,
29; firsts 28. Efss: tresk extras 28;
fresh medium S3.
" PORTLAND, Ore.. OcU-' 1 (AP)
Open . High Low Close
Mar i. 53 53 53 53
Dec. 50 K 504 50 50 t
Cash grain: big Bead bluestem .62 H ;
soft white, western white, .48; hard
winter, northern spring, western red,
Oats: No. 2 white $18.00.
Corn: No. 2 . V. S23.50.
il ill run sUndard S13.S0.
POETLAND. Ore, Oct. 1 (AP)
Cattle 125, calves 25, quotsbly steady.
Steers, ouO BOO Iba.. good, e.so-T.oo;
medium, 5.00-6.50; common, 3.50-5.00;
900-1100 lbs good, 6.50-7.00; medium,
5.00-6.50; counton. S. 50-5.00; 1100-1300
lbs., good, G.DO-b.7 5; medium, 4.UO-O.OU;
heifers. 550-S.50 lbs., good, 5.50-6.00;
medium, 4.50-5.50; common, 3.25 4.50;
cows, good, 4.25-4.83; common and' me
dium, 3.0O-4.2S; low cutter and cutter,
1.00-3.00; bulls, yearlings excluded,
good and choice,' beef. 4.00-4.60; cutter,
common and medium, 3.00-4.00; realers,
milk fed, good and choice, 7.50-3.50;
medium. 6.00-7.50; cult and 1 common,
4.00-5.00; calves, 250-500 lbs., "good and
choice, G.00-g.0; common and medium,
Hogs" 250, steady.
Light licbt, 14O-l(i0 lbs., good and
choice. S.00-5.75; light weight, 160-180
lbs., good and choice. 5.50-5.75; luO-200
lbs., good and choice, 5.50-5.75; medium
weight. 200-220 lbs., good and choice,
5.0O-5.75 ; 220-250 lbs., good and choice
4.75-5.50; heavy weight, 250-290 lbs.,
good and choice, 4.50-5.25; 290-350 lbs.,
good and choice, 4.00-5.00; packing sows,
275-500 lbs, medium and good, 3.50-4.50.-
Sheep 125, quotably Steady,.
Lambs, 90 lbs., down, good and choice,
5.25-5.50; medium, 8.75-5 25; all weights,
common, 3.00-3.75; yearling wethers, 90
110 lbs., medium to choice, 3.00-3.75;
yearling wethers. 90-110 lbs., medium to
choice. 3.0O-4.0O : ewea, 90-120 lbs., me
dium to ehoice. 1.75-2.00; 120-150 lbs.,
medium to ehoice, 1.50-1.75; nil
weights, : cull and common, 1.00-1.50.
PORTLAND. Ore.. Oct. I (AP)
Butter: prints, 92 score or better, 33
34c; standards. 31-82e carlo a.
Kfgs: Pacifie poultry producers sell
ing prices: fresh extras, 23c; standards,
2tc; mediums. 23c; pullets, 18c
Milk: ro--mrt price, grade B, $2.17
Portland d s Y and inspection. Dairy
eooperatiTo .... j.m.i price to producer,
Country ait.irs: selling price to retail
ers: cooatry killed hogs, best batchers
under 100 lbs., S-8Vc; Tealers, 30 tM20
lbs., 13V4e; yearling lambs, 6-8e;
spring lambs, 11c. heavy ewes, 4-5c; caa
aer cows, S-5c; bulls, 5-7c.
Mohair: nominal buying; price. 1931
clip: long hair. 10c; kid, lac lb.
Nuts: Oregon walnuts. 18 -25e: pea
nuts, 12c lb.; Bratils, 1214c; almonds,
1516c: filberts. 20-22c; pecans, 20e lb.
1 Cascara bark: buying prices,. 1931
pee!. Sa lb.
Hops: nominal. 1929 crop. S -10c; 1930,
15 15He: 11. 14H15e lb.
Butterfat: direct to. shippers, track,
Sle. Station No. 1. SO-Sle. : Portland
delivery prices: butterfat, sour, , Sl-88e;
Live poultry: net buying price: heavy
hens, colored. 4H lbs, up, lSg: t do
medium, 13c; light. 11c lb.; broiler, un
der m lbs..i 18c; over 1 -0e;
colored, 20-: Ko.- a chickenj, T-8;
old roosters. 7e; ducks. Pekins, 13-19e;
geese, 13-lSe. .
Onions: sellistg price to retailers : Ta
kima Olobee, $1.85-2 ; Oregon, S3. -
Potatoes: local. lHe ; lb.; casters
Washington. $1.25-1.35 cental.
Wool: 1831 crop. nominaL" WillaraetU
valley, 1315c; eastern Oregon. ll-15e lb.
. Hay:.buyinej price from producer: al-
-Malfa. S14-15e; eloveY. $10-12; oats and
i reteh.' $19-11 ton.
PORTLAND. Ote.. Oct. 1 (AP)
Orenri: California Valetiriss, 3-6.-5.1
Grapvfr-it: California, a.35-. ,imes:
. . tne Ti . IV
o-uusen carvona, w
r . ( , : ,11 , 1 A
Hnrkleberries: Puget Boond. 7-Vd lb.
Watersasloas ! N. W. Klonaike. 1-lHe
lb. Cantalonpos! IHllard, Sl.25-l.8o; Ta- j
kima and Tba iaues, staatfara, voe-9-erate.
Honey melons: California
larf flats, $1. Musksielonia : local, S-4c
lb. Casabasr Vakima, l4a lb. lea
cream mrloos : aorthwest, le lb. Persia
melons: $10 crata.
Orapea: edleac. $1.25 Tokar.
1.25-L.60; arhita t-alaga, $1!5; Riblara,
$1.60; local Cor cord i. Hi to rb. ; Corni
eboaa. $1.-5. Paae-ea : J. H. Hales, 65
$1. Paara: Vedtord Bartletta, $1.6.
Oroand ckrris: : 10-11 lb. : Cranbar
ries: $4-4.25 box.
Cabbac: local, aavr, lfa-- lb. Pota
toes: local. lfa-2 lb., caster Wssk,
$1.25-l.t5 ceaUL Oalensr aaUiac
price ta retailers: Yakima Globes, $1.85
S; Orecea $S. Ouenaben: field gwm,
$5-40 boa. - Spinacb : local. $5-T5.
Celery t Labi sk: 65-0e desea ; besrta.
$U25. Ueskreeau: hethouse, 85e IK
Pepper ! bell, fr 0-i.- Bwmut e
Utoea: as- OaUfermU SVa te tm lb.
. OanUfwer: ertkwest, Oe-$1.10 per
crate. , Beaaai UdX 4. Temasee: le
etL (O-Tis bsi Cent local. 5-TI
ack. lttBM: laeal, $1.5J-LI5: ioti.
18.50. . Sat-mef qas: S--H IK Ar
Uckeke( Oaktfqr-la, $1.10-1-1 dosem. j
i '.: i :t! i :;- - .-:--V. I
' Tit Texas leagua dlridea its
playera' end of t Wrlo seriea
moner Uiua : "Winner, ff per
cent; second placo, 20: third
Grade B. raw ' 4 ! m",
co-op poet price, $1.06 per
Factory milk, j 1, 40.
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Butterfat, sweet, 33c. ;
Butterfat, soar, 31c
' TKtriT AHD VTGETABXXS -Price
paid to -. ih- Salens bnjers.
October! 1 !
l eiery. aoi. j , ij& to so
Radishes, do. ,-" , ,4;,
Oaioas, do., .J., ,. .j.
Oniosts, sack I 1 - 1
n.Ll - 1 -1
. suing . 1 1 ,i
Cucumbers, dot. :.
Potatoes, e t.
Turn ins. dot-
Green Peppers. In ;
Danish aqua sb
Ground cherries, lot;
urapes. local, lag
GRASS AND HAT
Wheat, western red
Barter, ton .
S.S0 to 16.50
Oats, prey, per bn.
White, per bn.
Hay: bnylnir prices
Oats and -retch, ton ,
Alfalfa. Taller. 2nd cutting
Fasten Oregon ... U
Common , j . .
Top grade ..
Hogs, first euts
Hogs, other rats
Dressed Teat .
-i s so
J05 to .08
.om to .en
.04 to .05
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TOOTS AND CASPER
YOU COULD PLTfTJi
OENVELS KOU BVHQ
THAT J WHY DID YOU TELL MY WlFt3 THeYT
UU CriVE YOUR.
Deflation Completed is
Present View of
'S Traders 1
CHICAGO, Oct. 1 It AP) Re
gardless of aa onstabU stock mar
ket, gains kept relatively . strong
today. . .
Commission house .baying if
wheat developed volume enongh
to resist adverse financial factors,
purchases being based largely on
belief expressed by trade-authorities
that grain price deflation
had been completed, aa 'shown by
slenderness of declines ' last
month.: United States 1931 spring
wheat yield, unofficially reported
as 6.1 i bushels . an acre, was de
clared the smallest oa record.
Wheat closed firm, unchanged
to M cent lower, corn 1-8-3-8 off,
oats a -hade. to 1-8 up.
Today's closing; quotations;
Wheat: Dec. .4 T to 3-8. Mar.
.49 5-8, May .51 3-8 to
Corn: Dec. .35 4 to 3-8. Mar.
.37 1-8 to U. May .39. , .
Oats: Dec .33. May .24 5:8.
Stay ton Glee Club
Picks Personnel to '
Appear -This Season
STAYTON, Oct. 1. Tryouts for
the high school girls glee club
have been held and the personnel
is as follows: ' Soprano, Lois La
cey, Naomi Toble, Rath Brown,
Lulu Lewis, Martha Irish and Ha
zel Murphy: alto. Trances Barber,
Valeda Darley, Patsy Mayo, Glad
ys Weddle and Delilah Ttus; sec
ond soprano. Marcel Murphy; Nea
Edgar, Eleanor Stayton, Norma
Clarke, Pearl Smith, Adallna
Thoma, Hazel Comstock and Car
The club is under the direction
of Miss Margaret Ireland, and is
an asset to the school. Last year
it made made several appearances
under the direction of the present
teacher and each occasion was en
Joyed. The girls take a great in
terest in this activity.
MKLiuf see-1 Give
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WIFE, A DIAMOND
? NOV SOPHIE VJAKfTS
PIAMOND: HS K9UMDe
ABOUT H PAY AVJD
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htoQAOr XJ TAtfE WELAkTE SHORf.il WELL lit SMOW 1 I W I VJ-TCH ME PUT MIM AMONG En "1 .i I I Lid Pil k-tlfl 1 ' ' .V 'si
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'AT STATE SIS
4-H Club Exhibits Attract;
Girls Make; Display Aft
er Local Victory
AURORA, Oct. !. Satnrday,
September 2$r Mr Reas-school
bus; driver, and Mr. Morrison took
25 boys and girls to. the. state fair.
Two Aurora . girls of 4 -II sewing
III are exhibiting at the fair, hav
ing won first and second place at
the county fair last spring. The
Aarora boys were- intensely in
tensely interested In handiwork
exhibits at the state fair and sev
eral boys" said they would try to
do as well themselves this winter.
The Aarora girls seemed to be in
terested in 4-H cooking; Most of
the upper grade gins have com-
fleted a sewing project. I;
'Attending from Aurora were
Frederick Sneider, Robert Colvin,
Roberta Colvin, Kenneth Gllbert
ion, Richard Tomlin. Merle Giesy,
Richard Hill. Robert Hurst. How
ard Mclnnls. Howard.Keil. Billy
Kraus, Anna Mclnnia, Jewell Gil
bertson, Louise Long. Lois Ma n
eck, Emma Meussig, Paul Arnold,
Marie Ferguson. Martha Bradtl.
Glenn Crisell. Ernestine Flannery,
Richard, Delbert and Lewig, Hill.
Ha ve Normal
LABISH CENTER, Oct. 1
Through special arrangements the
Lablsh Center school has tem
porarily been named a training
sfhool of the Monmouth Normal
for rural courses, and Miss Erma
Duvall, who has been assigned
here for. a period of thriee months,
began her work Wednesday,
Some such arrangement became
necessary when the enrollment of
the one-room school mounted' to
63 'earjr- this week.
New tables, chairs, and book
cases were purchased by . the
board last week to accommodate
the increased enrollment. The
ORDERLY -YOO ARt f
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&T.- Ckn. niwtrm IWa Hf " i" ,- - :1 i ' 1 1 ! V 1 -I -
liun jiiuvf ssis ! x. -svg a f-. i ri '1 ,. l ' ' '&; ! !
"Just Between Friends'
IrJDlANS CLAIM TfiE SR0-41ACO3
vr,ic&r.i i -i AJ i iHt9
IWUMS HUMOI2EOS OFVfeAIES ASO
THEy AAAV HAWE RXJMO APOCKEr
Oe THECEWBE A WIDDEM
VEIM OF GOLD T!U.COtiCEAXCr
"It Costs Nothing
I &UES3 YOU'D LIKB n1.
96E MB HAND OUT A !
or rviONti j f-yna v-iMrvjuraV
SOPHJH OWE . THE: PUPSE
I tAVB HET CrOOX ENOUGH
AKID TH IS OVJE TIMS
fLA- A5S5RT MYSELF.
mi.b rest em ie -MW. tdc. Great IrkaUl figto IBawd.
Sqaatting, Japaniise style, CoL -and
n - , . r . ,m.l . v
uen. uaism iNegiJ-a, ratner oi o-apssiicac; aiiohuu, ?v!"
them in Tokio. Note that the popular Anne Lindbergh 3 wearing a
. ; j. . : ; i 1 id--large
jacket stove, which has not
been used since the Installation
of the furnace system except en
rare occasions, was also removed,
and new curtains placed oa the
windows. ! . X ; 'V ; j:
iTntil Miss Duvall arrived' the
pupils were handled in two
shifts,. the lower grades in .the
morning and the upper in the af
ternoon. Now the cloakroom will
be utilized as a recitation room; ;
Miss Ema Duvall, Monmouth
practice teacher j in the local
school, is staying at the Charles
Hrnds home. Miss Duvall's home
Is la eastern Oregon.
i At a-Day Meeting
Erma ' Hornschuch. Bernadeen
Ea-ghrty,! Grace Klampe, Clyde
Boehm, and Elmer McClaughry
expect to remain throughout the
three-day convention of Christian
Endeavorers, which begins at Sll
verton Friday night. Because of
the convention no services will be
held here on Sunday evening.
Word has been received that Jim
my Henderson, state president;
SrAfrXRT FOR YOUR.
OFFICE BOY JOB
YOO ARE. fSOUJ
KING OF. rVailUV
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OK PLEA5E. OOMT"
TOP HUMTtNG UMTU.VOU PIMDSCW4e-1
GOLD IN TKE MINE X DONT" CASE.
to Look, bnt
I MT. HOOFER ABOUT. THE. T AW, COME ON i jj V ..; HA!
I OEWEWS I 61VET00T&1 ( V IN, CO LONE L. I ! THERE THEY
1 COLONEL HOOFEU TAWES 'J IT WOTCOSt 1 M ARE AKD
I : EVEtrrTHlrtit TOO eCRlOUSv- AMYTHIe4r.T0.:h!af HE S A
A LY t HE CAHT HAVE. A VERY J LOOK AT SOMEvl Vlf; 4-Ol A
i1r-nOO 5EN9E OF "rfcrJV)rl-!4.i J, SUNK
Mrs. Lindbergh areshown wjti
A infill m taa tmran
UU V11V. .-.'.-!.
v- -r... -fi. -Tii,iv.!liiii
will be at the Saturday p.m. and
Sunday sessions. --&' 4--SI;:iS
Nathan Kurtb, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nicholas iKurthg has return
ed to Corvallis to resume his stu
dies at the state college. Mf .
Kurth.was employed in the vicin
ity of Lewiston, Idaho during the
summer. ; ; ..- r- r:m
Henty Gescher Hurt
Badly in Tumble ohi
To Saw From Truck
STAVTON, Oct. l.-f-Henry Ges
cher was badly- injure Wednes
day morning,, when : be tumbled
from a moving truck" and a saw
fell od him. He was; brought tot
the Stayton hospital and It is said
there is a possibility that ills skull
Is fractured, ji- :'" U MlJ'
He is. the "son of Mr. and Mrs:
Ben Gescher of Sublimltv and was
employed at the Van t2iandeh;Ges.
cner mjiu a novo Jordan, waere tne
accident happened. ?
BOHZO ive YOUR CROWN
I TOUO vtjb HE
AM THE OROeRLVl
TMEV Cs'Ai JM TfitS
.(W ORQRL.Vl( -Jill p. I J ' ,1
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k HOvf TrCVlb FE6L! IP THIS 4MIME FAILS
T 0U5r GIVES
STAYTON", Oct. 1 -r-Thls year,
Stayton schools are rigedly en
forcing the state law regarding
physical education. According to
Prof. Tobie.f VOnly a small per
centage of the pupils of the high
school partlqipate ia . athletics.
The larger the school, the great
er the percentage of non-participants.
With the. Increased en
rollment in - the Stsyton high
school, the ' ineglect of : physical
tralaiag becomes more evident. -The
few who need this form of
activity least get all ; the atten
tion!., -rMl tl . ...
The physical education staff Is
composed of1 Harold Gordonier,
Mrs. Margaret; Norby, Miss Mar
tha Jindra,: Professor Tobie, Theo
Norbf and Mrs. Faya-.M. Lyons.
For the most part the students
are enthusiastic about' this acti-
Lyle Da vies, 3, Long
( 111, Dies at Aurora;
! Funeral is Thursday
AURORA. OctM Lyle. 3-year-old
soni of Mr. and Mr?. Ro
bert DaTlesj died Tuesday flight
lafter an Illness of three months.
The family who were formerly of
'Aberdeen,; Wash., had I lived here
but a short! time. During Ly5e's
illness they t stayed with, Mrs. Da
vies' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Toller, who "live near,
Buttevllle station. In the family
are two other little sons, one sit
years and ope six weeks old. Tla
body - was : taken to . Centralis, .
Wash., where t the services were
o be held Thursday. ( .
SMAIJLS VISIT PARENTS
TURNER Oct. 1 - Mr. and
Mrs. WiHial Small and 'daughter.
Mary, spent Saturday - night and
Sunday ar the parental home. Mr.
$mall ia in the general feed bust
aess. In Eugene. Other guests
were Mrs. Small's sister and hus
band, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Catterlia
Of Tamhfl. I At noon alt motored
ut to the country home of Mr.
and Mrs. . L. D. Roberts for a
family dinner, ! which . was en
Joyed by all. Mrs. Roberts is a
daughter of Mrr and Mrs. SmalL
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