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The OHEGOJf STATESMAN, Salem, Orezoru Wednesday Ilornfatr. Norraber 18, 1531
oun pdices in
Steadies Jrend of Trade in
, West; Butterfat at
- Portland Highest J o
' PORTLAND, Nor. 17 (AP)
:Adrances in, the price ot butter
in tbo east are the tesult ofirea
tfier conditions together with de
creasing supplies of butter in
storage, Adrances n Chicago and
New York bare, been marked re-,
cently ywbicb has to aome extent
relieved the Pacific slope ot most
of the IntermountaJn :.. offer inss.
The latter haTe been moTinf to
ward California at a Terr rapid
rate And bar crowded. other Pa
cific slope stock oft that market.
Locally the trend of the trade
appears f ally steady again. Re
cent weakness in the price has
disappeared entirely and today
there Is practically no burden
some surplus In sight.
Butterfat raises continue high
est in Portland of the entire ter
ritory. Local pr irate firms are re
ported as paying . more money
than any ot the county creamer
ies, and hare been doing so for a
number ot weeks past.
Owing to the misunderstanding
among many shippers as to the
meaning ot butterfat quotations
here as compared with other ci
ties, the buterfat ralues are gtTen
on the basis ot the state law.
This merely substitutes No. 1
grade for sweet cream and No. 2
There continues a seasonably
strong tone in the market for
eggs generally throughout the
country. Late advances at Chi
cago. New York and California
points are factors in upholding
l cal conditions.
Tber Is a slightly easier trad
tig tone in the market for lire
leary weight hens. Almost gen
eral cut (Of lc lb.. In the buying
place Is announced. Other chick
en offerings are steady.
Market for country killed
OlTes Is at least steady and well
within the price range of recent
- days. Hogs are firm, as are lambs.
Ibero continues a food call for
Slight rise in the price of fresh
salmon is announced as a result
of the rery liberal coast demand.
Chinook is now 12c with silver
sides lOe lb. Fresh halibut is
still offering at 16c. Sturgeon is
PLANS PLAY SOOM
CENTRAL HOWELL, Nor. 17
Bill Braseau . ot Salem tarn
ished a large rt of the program
at the Community club meeting.
Trombone solos by Mr. Mc
Laughlin were especially appre
ciated by the audience. Other
'numbers were tap dancing by
Virginia Collins, piano sole by
Marian Draper, guitar solos by
Mr. Storhowe, guitar duets by
Mrs. Pierce and Mr. Storhowe.
Other numbers arranged tor
by the committee consisting ot
Mrs. F. E. Way and Mrs. Clar
ence Johnson, were rocal selec
tions by a male quartet, Ewald
Franx, Homer Welty, Roy Rutscll
man and Omar LOganbeill ac
companied on the piano by Ruth
Welty; reading by Blllie Mudd;
accordlan solos by Hilda Bahn
en?olos -br Mr. Mackenzie of
Salem with Mrs. P. E. Way, ac
companying on the piano; sex
tet by the male quartet and Rath
Ramsden and Ruth Welty; Mixed
quartet, Ruth Ramsden, Ruth
Welty, Roy ... Rutschman and
- tTi Vommltte noDOlnted to
,iMM a Blar reported their
work tinlshed. so President A.
a hii annotated Mrs. R. C.
Ramadan. Mrs. Tom .Lorre and
Mrs. Lester Lelghty to choose
play cast. Helen Way and Emc-
gene Wood were appoinvw i -range
a program for the next,
meeting. Susie Rutschman nd
Clara LaValley were named toi
plan the refreshments.
Past Noble Grand
Club Hat Novelty
Stunt for 'Affair,
INDEPENDENCE. Nor. 17
The Past Noble Grand elnb of Re
hekabs enjoyed a costume party
at the C. W. Irvine home Thurs
day night with . Mrs. Irrine, Mrs.
Ells Hart and Mrs. Irrln Baun,
A package was presented to
each guest and at a glren time
'ereryoae was requested to open
ner package and to wear its con
tents. Then each person was ask
ed to perform a stunt and the re
suit was a whole erenlng of too.
! r..iKi nresent were Mrs. W.
Walker, Mrs. JLyman Damon, Mrs.
Joe Hubbard, 'Mrs. - Willard Cra--Ten,
MrsT 3eorge Girard Mrs.
- Robert White, -Mrs. Newt Jones,
Mrs. 0. A. Kreamer, Mrs. Sarah
: Irrine, Mr. C. W. Henkle of Dal
( las. Mrs. Victor Seeley, Mrs. Ho
mer Wood and- Mrs. Ed Wunder.
Car in Somersault
But No One Injured
T HUBBARD, ; No. ; 17--rrank
Wolf had. an , accident Sunday
night on the hill near Zelinska's
- farm on the back road; south of
Hubbard, when his ear got . out
' from under control and went orer
the bank,, landing right side up.
. Neither Wolf , nor his two com
panions were injured. . ' v
Mr. and Mrs. J, B. SUuf f er and
"son t Eddie were complimented
with a dinner Sunday by Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Welle, at their coun
try home, east of Hubbard-
Fred Hall is Given, m a
- - Birthday Surprise
"i WOODBURN, Nor. 17 A large
f roup of acquaintances surprised
CORN PRICESROCKET AT CHICAGO
WHEATPRICES MA'dlfe HERE
Scarcity of - Supplies
r Is Causer Profit
Taking Noted '
CHICAGO. Nor. 17 i(AP)
Com prices shot toward the sen
ith today. - They scored a maxi
mum gain of mora than 3 cent! a
bushel, and reaeted but little ai
the day ended In whirl of profit
taking. :W . '. .;: '.
The mats influent was extreme
scarcity of supplies at the chief
terminal markets, primary re
ceipts today amounting to hardly
more than a quarter ot the total
a year ago." Organised efforts to
hold corn back on farms, instead
of allowing shipments to come
forward freely appeared to be
! Corn closed unsettled 2 to
3 5-8 cents higher than yester
day's finish, wheat 1 6-3 to 2 J -8
advanced, oats B-8 to 7-8 up.
Today's closing quotations:
Wheat: Dec. .11 to .ll 1-8,
Mar. .14 to 8-8, May .5 to
7-8, July .6U to 3-8.
Corn: Dec. .45 to 7-8, Mar.
.48 H, May .50 3-8 to Vt, July
52 1-8 to U.
i Oats; Dec. .27 1-8, May .29,
July .29 3-8.
POBTLAXD, Ore, Nor. 17 (AP)
Produce esxaaaie. act prices. Butter
extras, 81; standards. 80; prim tinU,
Z; firau, 28. gji: fiesh extras, 81;
fresh mediaau, 28.
PORTI.AXD, Ore., Kot. 17 (AP)
Dec. 62 Vi
Cash araia: Big Bead blues tern 78;
vestec srkite, Sard winter, aerthera
spring, western red 68.
Oats: So. 3 whit 824.50.
Cora: Ke. 2 E. Y. 828.00.
MUlroa standard $81.00.
POBTLUJD. Ore.. Not. 17 (AP)
Cattle 87a, ealraa 10, ateady.
Steers, SOO-eOO lba ffood, 6.00-6.75;
medium, 4.75-6.00; common, 8.00-4.75;
00-1100 Ua aood. 8.O0-4.75: atedrom.
4.75-8.00: eoamoa. 8.00-4.75; 1100-1800
lba- good. 5.75-6.00; aaediom, 8.75-5.75;
kira.' &5A-AS0 ll ama4. S.S&.VS;
DMdinak. 4.00-5.15; eowa, coed, 4.25-4.75; I
caoamoa aad medium, 8.00-4.25; low eat- I
tea and cotter, 1.00-8.00; boils, yearHagm I
eaemdeo, go aad eaaioa, beet, S.OO.
8.50; em tier, tommoa aad aaeainm. z.00
8.00: Tealera. milk fad. ood aad
cboico. 7.00.00; medium, S.5O-7J)0;
coll and common, 8.50-6.60; caWea, 860
509 la taod aad ekoiee. 6.80-7.50;
eomiaoa aad medium, 8.50-5.50.
Hoes, 1200, 10c lower.
Llckt lirhta. 140-160 lba.. cood-aad
ehoieo, 4.85 Q 5.50; lightweickta, 160-180
Iba (e4 aad choice. 6.85-5.50; ISO-ZOO
ib., good aad choice. 6.85-5.50; medium
weight, 5i 00-120 lba., good aad choice,
5.00-5.50; 200-220 lba good aad choice.
4.65-5.35; beaTyareijhU, 250-290 Iba
good aad choice. 4.50-5:15; 280-350 lba
good aad choice, 4.50-500; packing bows.
1T5-060- IM- mediarn an good, S.Ta
4.75 ; feeder aad atocker pit;, 70-130 lba..
good aad choice. 4.00-5.09.
Bheea, ISO, eMaay.
Lamba. so lba.. dowa. rood and choice.
S.00-5.50; medram, 8.75-5.25; all weighta.
common. 8.00-8.75; yearung wetter, o
110 lba.. medium to choice. 8.00-4.00:
owea. 120 lbs., mediam to choice, 1.75-
2.00; 120-150 loa., mediaai to cneiee,
1.50-1.75; aU weights, call aad eoauaoa,
ro&TLASB, Ore.. Kav. 17 (AP)
Buttar: prints, "83 seora or batter. 82
84e: ataatara. S2-Se carts.
Ees: Pacific poultry producers' Mil
iar prices: fresh extra, Sle; etaadards,
S8e: mediums. 26c; pullets, 19c.
Milk: contract price, trade B,
82.17 ft e, Portlaa deUrery and. inspec
tion. Country meats: aelliaf rle t
tailers: country killed hats, Vest pntchars
nader 10 lhs, TH-: Tealers, 80 ta
ISO lbs l-lHe; apriac lambs, 11
Utji; heavy awes, 4-e: eaaaer eaws,
8e: boHs. 8e.
Wehalr: aeminal. aaytss: price. 1881
cHVlMf ir. iOe; kid. lie la.
Kats: Orecon walats. 18-23e; peaanta,
12e !.; Brsxils, 1114c; atmenda, 18
I6e: filberts. SO-Me; pecaas, SOe lb.
Caaeara fcark: btiyinS pneaa, 11 r.
Hops: nominal. 1829 erap. 8-10c; 1880.
taai... leil ll.lSUi lb.
Butterfat: diract ta skippers, track,
28e. Stttiam Jla. X. 2S-tc Parttaa
delivery prices f Sa. 1, S4-S5e; Ka. 2, 88a.
Ura poolrry: act boylaf price! beary
baas, ealarad. 4 lbs. a, 19e Ib.t
saeaiaasa, lc; U(bV i.'- ro"
oader 1V lba, 18e: arar 1H lbs, 8c:
colored waster s, aTer 8 lbs, 18c; aid
roosters. 8e: docks. Fskia, lfe.
Oaiess: selliax price ta retailers: Ya
kima eiebee.82.00; Or con 3.15-M5.
Pets toes: iacal, 1H Ib-t Daschataa,
S1.28-1.8S; esstera Wasbiagtea, 75-
li(lol: 1881 crop aoialaal. Wihaawtta
Ttlley. 18-UHe; altera Orefoa, 11-1S
VIlay: bayiag price from prodaeer: al
rir. aiS-TS-lYfs: eUrer. 810-13; Wil-
bMtta nller tiasathr. 818; esaUra
Ores tiasatby, 818.89: aat and retch,
Dressed poultry: selliar pries te re
tailers: tarkeya: haas, 8-28e; JfOM
terns. 27-2 te; old terns, za-3i; am. ,
20-23c lb. ...
I Fruits, Vegetables
PORTLAND. Ore., Kes-. 17 CAP) -Orsnrea:
Califeraia Valeaeta,- $4-8.
Orapefrnit! Texas. S: Califeraia.
Florida. 84.50 case. Lemon : Califeraia,
44J0-5. Limes, 8 dole a csrtoas, $8.35
n..,.n. ui4i lb. -
Uaeklabernear ravat w".
Grapes: whit Malscas, fi.ia; fmperar.
r. ik Peers: Anioa. SOe-Sl baa. Craaad
rberTies: $- ' lbv Craabrriaa: $2-
Csbbeta: local, aaw. n. . TaUtaaa:
t.t it!,- Deachates. 81.10-1.25: Met
er WaeaiaKtea, 80-$l. Onii: niaf
priea ta rrUilert; isuma umdos.
Orecoa. $3-2J0. . Cacasabera: kolhonae,
40-aoe dosea. Bpwaea: weai. .
Celery: local. 00-75 dosea; hearts,
tVSi. ICasbrooas: botaoaao. $5-$0e IV
Peppenr boll, srwa, 80-40o bas; red.
lb. Sweet potatoes: fiwW Calif oraia. lit-
24. Caalitlovco j aortasrest, v-ave
WB: loet. f-Te lb. Toma?oei : la
eaL $0-78 bo: Calitoniia. 82-85-3.80
lor repassed. Cera: local. $1 sack. Let
race: local, $1-1.T5; Pasco. $3; Saera
meate. $2.80 crate. Iaaiab sqasab. li
te 14. Articbokes: California, 85c to
$1J5 daxoav-w -?y.-V.V:v; .'-
Fred HslI st bis nomo Sstordsy
nignt. helpinr Mr. Hsil ceieorats
bis birtbdsjr. Tboso present were
Mr. nnd Mrs. Tsrlor, Mr. nnl Mrs.
James Howe snd their tbreo cbil
dren. Mr. nnd Mrs. Theron Tineb.
Mr snd Mrs. : Tbomss, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Sorineer. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. N.
Soulo, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Gsler.
Mr, and Mrs. J. N. Hanton. Haxsi
Har-en. Mr. and Mrs. Iran Br
ers' and Snelair, Mr. and Mrs. Del-
be . Mrs. Sariila Waldron, and
Mrs. Robert McCluro. Mrs. Tbo-
Ton Flneb prepared a lares birtb-
Idar easro Cor Mr. HalL ' , ;
Grade R rsw 4
co-op pool price f 1.90 per
Factory jroilk, $ 1.40. .
Butterfat, tweet, Wo.
Butterfat, sour, 81c ,
TXUlt AKJ VZOBTASUU
Pxiet paid to mmn fcy Sales kvytra.
Celery, das. ,. ;
Radishes, das. .-,.,
Cabbara ., , t.
Canltf lower, crate .
Potatoes, wt ,..,
Turnips, dot. .n.
Greea Pep para, tag
Danlsa. squasb .
8paaeb. crata ,Jf, .
a&AXB aVlTD RAY
Wbeat, waaterm red
Hit t haria 01
Oata aad Tateh, tan 11:00
Alfalfa, waller. emttUf 1 00
Kactara Ortjoa 10.00
Common . .,13.50
05 to .06
01 to fit
-.04 ta .05
Hots, tint evts
THIMBLE THEATREtairing Popeyo
f POPEfE, HWEltT 1QO FOOtSO
THE KSS PrV4ftM(6 YfJT?
VJEV& 00T TO 6ET WM TO
BED- HE'S GOttiG TO Q&
uvio up ujrm f
LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY
AN IMKiWO OP SHAMED
TOOTS AND CASPER
' WHY DiDMw MAKS MS
4rO "THIS AFTERNOON tJ
TOCpiANC YOUR lr7T3CA3PEl3?)
YOU PICK OUT 1H
Tbp 'of 65 Cents. Still
Holds but54 ium
' ; -. m
Wheat buying prices continue
to rary widely- here, with a top of
e cents feoidlnr tor some firms
and as low .as 64 eenta the top of-
foring of other firms. The St
cents, howtTr, is a two cent In
crease - orer Monday tor those
Butterfat, eggs and hogs all
While some turkeys are bwag
bought up sow, there la not yet a
definite market price, .either here
er anywhere. Buyers here are
imply agreeing to pay two cents
less than the Portland market 00
date of dellrery.
Some growers express- belief
that when the price is set It will
bo rirtually the same as the open
er last year.
ACTIVE ON MARKET
PORTLAND. Nor. 17(AP)
Lettuce continued the chief fac
tor in the East Side Farmers'
wholesale market today. Dalles
stock continued mostly $1.10 for
2s and fl.25-l.3S for 3s and 4a
with little business abore $1.25.
Demand for apples was slow
but prices held unchanged.
Winter Nellis pears were offer
ed down to a halt dollar.
Potatoes held steady with prices
Celery was firmer with hearts
uo about a dime.
- Cauliflower wan also firmer and
about a dime higher. Sales ot B's
to 45c crate.
Cabbage was easy; mostly CO
Parsnips and rutabagas sold ra
ther well at late prices.
Tomatoes moTed S0-7SS box
with a few at the high. mark.
. Dry onions were $1.I8-I.t0
sack tor la while Bolles sold fl.
( VtVCE Mr
"WHY Dl M
- t a
OF - -
i cnxt ?mo HO X "
QUIET RALLY POTS
. -awaaewemamBBaB v r V. i
Rails sag: at Opening but
.Most of . Jhcm Regala
Early Lo sses )
By JOHN I COOLET
NEW YORK, Nor. 17 (AP)
Stocks rallied ouieUy In the after
noon, trading today and the are-
rages elosed higher for the first
time slre Norember 9. ,
New To rk Central. Union Pacif-
iCv Rock Island and Southern Pa-
eifie gold at new lows in the first
hour and numerous other carriers
sagged a point or so. Several im
portant railroad diridend meet
ings are on the calendar for the
next few cays and nnfarorable
action in some instances Is. ex
pected. , However, sellers were unwill
ing to press the decline aggres
sirely, gtring the group a breath-
lag spell which helped the entire
market. New Tork Central, aft
er dropping te 3t 1-8, rallied and
closed .with a small, gain. Atchi
son, Southern Pacific and Chesa
peake and Ohio were np a point
net, although Union Pacific was
oft IV, and the Preferred lost t
Radio and R-K-O steadied, both
trading actively. Motors and oils
firm, the former helped by expec
tations 6t greater manufacturing
activity, the latter by Increases in
gasoline prices. Texas Corp., on
which the regular diridend was
declared, rose a point. U. g. Steel,
Borden, Allied Chemical, Dm Pont,
Consolidated Gas, American
Smelting, Coca Cola and Bendlz
finished with gains of a point or
more. American Telephone, with a
dividend meeting coming tomor
row, sold off a point aad then
rallied, up nearly S at the last.
Weetlnghouse was heary. SaJes
totaled 1,410,840 shares.
FARGOS ON VISIT
INDEPENDENCE, Nor. IT
Me and Mrs. J. A. Fargo and son.
Prank Bahn from Sacramento
arrived at the home ot Mrs. Far-
go's brother, J. E. Robbie Satur
day Tor no extended ristc.
Now Showingr "Good Night Shirt!
HONEST; rDOMHTKMOW WW
"Tttiubf U ergr was.
f I 15IDMT WTENDTO BE OUT ;',fs.
y. OP THE HQUSS TOPAV! ptAJsjNSD
g-fg fKKfatfr HOME "TO VarTS SOMB
aw, pw w nj .TOUR SHIRTS
lMT IN. A.SJTV- B fm
W W war vaSJamsl as. 'I li
WEST 8ALEU, Nor. IT Sun
day, dinner guests, at the -Nick
Brinkley home on - Plaza street
were Mr. aad Mrs. Tom Brinkley
and son. Bill, of Bethel. .
The Norember meetlnr of the
West Salem. Community club was
held Monday night in the Com
munity hall. short discussion
concerning; the vaudeville to be
given next month - was held and
it was found necessary that some
repairs be made on the stage be
fore this affair Is given. The De
cember meeting will be the an
nual election : of officers. The
nominating committee is: Dr.
Gopfler. E. A. Dixon and Eugeut
Krebs. Other committees appoint
ed for the next meetlnr are: pro
gram. Mrs. Guy Newgent, J. M.
Fisher and Mrs. Ray- Ferguson;
Student Elections '
Result in Naming
SWEGLE. Nor. 17 The fol
lowing: were elected to serve on
the student body In the upper
room: president, Stanley Sogulne,
rice president, Edith Ogles bx: . se
cretary. Jack Oglesby; grounds
committee, MUHcent ' Kaufer,
Claude Swingle, Earl Langden-
berg. - Entertainment! Kenneth
Swingle, Evelyn Soland, Evelyn
Swingle. Decorations: - Lillian
Meyers, Howard Whitehead, day-
ton Dalke. Evelyn Soland was re
appointed as librarian.
Doris Giffen who was Injured
In an automobile accident Is home
from the hospital. The Swegle
Community club presented her
with a flower shower. Miss Laua
Slebens presenting them.
Hampton Family is
Now in McKee Place
JEFFERSON. Nor. IT. Mr.
and. Mrs. Levi Hampton and fam
ily, who hare been living on the
John. Henderson ranch tor some
time, hare moved to the McKee
raneh in Paul McKee's resldenee.
. Mrs. Mayme Dorman, who un
derwent an operation for removal
ef geitre at the Portland sanltar-
GOT OHUf ONE PEbcNMEE.
WHKT t0 Vr DO LUHtH
I TXJH-T KNOW WHAT
tfxrRjL TAXkwZr assout;
TOQTO I WHAT-3 ALL
- ths tcncMtrr ?
refreshment, Mrs. - Lester 8raith,
Mrs, J, R. Brown and Mrs. J. A.
Gopfier. : - - :" ' ';
The following program was giv
en: ; songs,' by audience; reading;
Mrs. A. C. Henningsen; - solo
dance, Lneila Frame; instrument
al number, Abe Doerksen Ernest
Frieeen - and Cornelius Unruh,
Betty - Bedford and Claudean
Gertie were the accompanists..-
W. F, McAdams. who for ser
eral months past has been con
fined to hl home by Illness, re
sumed his work as special deliv
ery clerk at the postoftlce' Mon
day. . .. ' 1
Next Monday night-will be a
taxpayers' meeting on the budget
at the city hall.
Mrs. L. Clarke left Saturday
for a- weeks' visit in Tillamook
turn, last week, Is improving rap
idly. - : ;
Mrs. Ernest Powell, wife of the
rural mall rtjier, was taken to
the Albany General hospital Sun
day, where she underwent an op
eration for appendicitis. .
Fruitland Men Get
Large Turkey Hen
At DeSarts Shoot
FRTJITLAND. Not. 17 Fred
Fagg and Ralph Coulson attend
ed the turkey shoot at DeSarts
and won a large turkey hen.
The Fruitlaiid Women's Mis
sionary Society Is to meet at the
home of Mrs. N. E. Simpson,
Wednesday, Nor. It, at 2 o'clock.
George Klsling has been Juy
lately opening a drain ditch to
carry off the surplus water on his
Rer. Lelninx of Jefferson will
preach next Sunday on subject of
missions. The Women's Mission
ary society Is te help in the ser
vices, . which are to begin at 8
MISS BROWN HOM&
WACONDA. Nor. IT Miss
Gladys Brown returned home
Saturday from a six weeks' visit
with friends and relatives In Los
Angeles and Riverside. She also
made a trip by motor to Mexico.
SJSS I 1 1 WORRY JUST AS "ST1
PvrAD PUT ME TO BEO WELL IN MY UKOFQUIPAD A
" j- ma3
VaYTTHOSE. PEOPLE ACROSS THE. : ;
&lHkli I ..... I'VE NEVER BEEN tH THClR
MQU$8.e.e THSY r40VSEO WVflUS
OUT THtt ATTERNOOM AMD I T5lTJ-r
4et to ee whaT:
OF SURPRISE PARTY
f CENTRAL! HOWELL, Nor. 17
John Landerback was surprised
eh his birthday when a number of
friends gathered at his home Sat
urday evening. ; Fire, tables or
cards were played.: ,Mrs. Hawley x
and Edward Dunnlgan.' Jr. won
hiarh score while low scores were -
held by Mrs. Clarence Simmons
and Milo Wilcox. - .
Present were: Mr and - Mrs.
Ray Westfal; Mr. and Mrs. CUr-.
ence Johnson; Mr, and Mrs. Ed
ward Dunnlgan; Lucille and Don- P
aid Dunnlgan; Mr. and Mrs. Clar-,
ence Simmons and Ruth; Mr. and v
Mrs. Frank Clark; Mr. and Mrs. :
Jim Landerback; Junior - and ;
Dean Landerback; Mr. and Mrs. ,
Mllo Wilcox; Mr. and Mrs. Hsw-f,
ley; Mrs. John Tweed; Mrs. ElUs
Lauderbsck; Robert and Edgar
Tweed; Mr. Goodman; and Mr.
and Mrs. Landerback and Jean.
Miss Sehnr m
Miss Josle Schar has been 111 at '
the home of her sister, Mrs. Wee- .
ley Desert. .
Funeral services tor Henry ,
Rassl. son-in-law of Mrs. Emma
Rudishauser, were held in Port
land Friday. Surviving him are
his wife Elisabeth, and fire chU-),
Mr. and Mrs. A. Durvenal of
White Water, Kansas, started on
their return tri? Saturday after a
three weeks' visit with Mrs. Dn
Tenal's sister, Mrs. W. C. Rutsch-,
man, and her family. Mr. and 1
Mrs. R. W. Zuercher also from
White Water, made the trip with
the Duvenals and risked friends
In this community and in Salem
From Moving Work
ROCK POINT, Nor. 17 Ed
Burghart who spent the past two
weeks helping his sister and fam
ily more returned home the last
of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Peppers ef
Albany, Mrs. Frank Rancher and
daughter Mildred. Mr. aad Mrs.
Myles Kints all of Sublimity, Mrs.
Sim Etzel of Staytou visited the
sick at the George Lambrecht
By WALT DISNEY
By BRANDON WALSH
BUT r 6UES5 A HOSPTrAL