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Th OREGON STATESMAN 5alem,
Oregon, Sunday Morning, December 3, 1931
IS HE CI
RFT AGGRESSIVE BUYING AIDS GRAINS
Dire Rumors About Germany
.- Evaporate; Stocks go
Up a few Points
" NEW YORK. Dec. 5 (AP -Financial
market assumed a
much more cheerful appearance
la the weekend trading today.
Evaporation of . rumors predict
t&ff dire developments In Germany
was Quickly reflected in tinner se
cailty prices. German bonds ral
lied strongly and many railroad
Issues made substantial recovery.
In stocks net gains of 1 to 3
. points were numerous.
' , Washington intimation that
President Hooter would not make
specific recommendations for
helping the railroads until steps
already under way had moved to
conclusion, found wall street
. willing to await the course of
events. Railroad stocks were
Among the strongest of the ses
: Although the French franc was
a shade easier, $5,58,00d in gold
was engaged for shipment to
; The turnover in stocks, tout
ing 871,400 shares, indicated that
short covering had been in mod-
est volume, but the market closed
with a strong tone and the best
advances were generally made by
pivotal issues. Santa Fe ran up
4 ft points, finishing at the top.
American Telephone, American
can, Case, Westinghouse, Loew's,
Consolidated Gas and the Public
Service of New Jersey were up 2
to more than 3 and there were
many gains in the neighborhood
of a point
GfllrJS AT WEEKEND
PORTLAND. Dec. 5 (AP)
Vegetables of practically all sorts
were in better supply during the
weekend session of the East Side
Farmers' wholesale market.
Prices in most instances were
showing a loss of most of their
Carrots were mostly 30c dozen
Beets were 25c dozen bunches
Potatoes sold 75c to $1 sack-
Turnlps were 35c dozen bunch
es with orange boxes 90c.
Hothouse tomatoes sold $3-3.25
Rutabagas sold 40c lug.
Cabbage was $1.25 crate for
some and down to $1.15. Chinese
cabbage 75c cantaloupe crate.
Cauliflower moved mostly
$1.15 for Is and 75c for 2s.
Growers announce plenty will be
available during the next few
Celery sold 75c for Is and 90c
i for jnmbo size. Hearts mostly
$1.25 dozen bunches.
Green onions sold 25c dozen
Spinach was $1-$1.25 orange
Small supplies of lettuce
moved $1.25 crate.
Green broccoli was in small de
mand 35c lug.
Brussel sprouts sold well up to
EGG SLUMP IN EAST IS BEING? FELT
Stocks Recovery' one
Factor ; Exports ; '
CHICAGO, Dec 5 (AP) Ag
gressive buying that resulted from
stock market recoveries gave de
cided stimulus to wheat values
late today; and brought about ma
terial gains. Indications ' of aug
mented export demand for wheat
from North America were an ad
ditional . strengthening influence,
with estimates that new purchas
ing for shipment overseas totaled
1,000.900 bushels. There was no
direct evidence however, that this
included any United States grain.
Wheat 'closed unsettled 4 to
14 cents higher than yesterday's
finish, corn unchanged to 3-3 up,
oat unchanged to 1-8 off.
Today . s closing quotations:
Wheat: Dec .55 58. Mar. ,57.
May .58 5-8 to 4, July .57 5-8 to
Corn: Dec. .36 1-8. Mar. .31
to 5-8. May .41 to 5-8. July .43
1-1 to 5-8.
Oats: Dec. 24. May .26 7-8
to .27, July .26 3-8.
Grde B. raw 4 a"
co-op pool price f 1.90 per
Factory milk. 91.40.
Be tt erf at, sweet, 83c.
Bntterfat, sow, Sic.
-Cahbac v -
rOaTLASD, Ort.. Dee. 5 (AP)
rreaace excaaage. net prices. Batter:
extras. 51; standards, 30; prime first.
M. '.rata, 19. Eggs: fresh extra. 83-84;
Ore., Dee. 5 (AP)
Opea. High Low Close
ataj 6iH 61H 6114 63
oo. 01 60 6l
yasa (raw: Big Bend bluestem .75:
oil white, western white, hard winter.
"" apring, western red .60.
Oats: Ne. a white S25.00.
Corn: Ne, 1 E. Y. $28.25.
Itlllrna standard $21.00.
PORTLAND. Ore.. Dec. I (AP)
came so, raires la, oua.
Steers, 600-900 lbs., good, 5.75-6.25;
median. 4.50-5.75; common, 3.00-4.50;
900-1100 lbs., good, 6.75 6.25; medium.
4.60 5.75; common, 3.00 4.50; 1100-1800
iis.. good. .V50-G.Z5; medium, . 50-5.50;
heifers. 550-850 lbs., good. 4.75-5.25;
median, 3.75-4.75; common. 2.75-3.75;
cows. good. 4.00;4.50; common and me
dium, 2.75-3.75; cows. good. 4.00-4.59:
common and medinm. 2.75-4.00; low
cotter and cutter. 1.00-2.75; ball, year
ling excluded, good and choice, beef,
3.00 3.50; cutter, common and medium,
2.00-3.00: dealers, milk fed, good and
cnetre. 7.oo 7. so.
Hogs. 500. steady.
Light licht 140-160 lbs., good and
choice. 4.75-5.35: lightweight. 160-180
lbs., tooi and choice. 5.25-5.85: 180-
200 lbs., rood and choice. 5.25 5.35; me
dinm weight. 200-220 Vh.. good and
choice. 4.75-5.35: 220 250 lbs., good and
choice. 4.50 5.25: liearrwe'ehts. 250 290
Ins.. good and choice. -4.35 5.00; 290
350 lbs., good and choice. 4.00-5.2..:
taek'ne sows. 275-500 lbs., medium and
rood 8 50-4..10: feeder and stocker nigs
70-1.10 !b.. cood and choice, 4.00 4.50.
Sheen 34.1. steady.
l.ems. BO lbs., down, good and choice
5.00 5.50: medium. 3.75-5.C0: el!
weights cull to common. 1.00-1.50.
ntUIT AND VZOXXABLES
Pries paid to growers kr Salem barer.
Radishes, dot. 0
Onions, sack , m ie l.aa
Beet . 1TH
Potatoes, top, ewt.
Green Pepper, lb.
Hothouse encamber. dot. 1.60
Hothouse tomatoes . 3.00 te S.SO
Celery hearts, do. - TO
Celery, crate. 1 ., a2.2J
Lettuce. talif. 3.M
tight hens .
GKAXH ajTD HAT
Wheat, western red
Barley, ten, top
Oats, ton, top
Hays bnying prices
OaU and retch, ton
Alfalfa. Talley. lad catting
Eastern Oregon -
Hogs, first cut
05 to .06
01 to 03
0 te .05
Peppermint Oil, ib
Portland one of few
Centers not yet
Hit by Drop
PORTLAND. Dec. i(AP)
Farther sharp cuts ia the price of
eggs st mid-west snd eastern
points bar at last affected rabies
along; the coast an especially in
California. Conditions generally
throughout the country are easier
as a result of extremely.... good
weather In most sections with'
conseqaent holding up of the lay.
While local prices were not
chanced for the weekend, accord :
Ing to E. J. Dixon general mana
ger of the Pacific co-ops, the situ-,
ation appears weaker all around
as a result of the sharp cuts else
where. Portland is one of the few
cities wherein the quotations re
present actual selling; prices tor
the bulk of the supplies. Some
points quote high prices and sell
little at that; the bulk of their
offerings coins; below So-called
Offering ot undergradei eggs to
the Portland trade br some out
siders has hurt the situation here
and may affect quotations. Auth
orities of the city are reported on
the Job. however.
Generally steady tone Is con
tinued in the market for butter
with no change in the price list on
cubes during the weekend session
of the exchange. Standards and
prime firsts are quoted at the
same price there.
Slow trading continues general
ly in the market for lire chickens
at the weekend with no change in
Quotations. Low prices are held
for Uht weight hens and for
springers of all sorts.
At the weekend there was
generally steady tone reflected in
the market for country killed
hogs with prices unchanged. Veal
were lust about steady, being
wfvav m Isolated spots. Lambs
Late advances in the price of
onions at primary points of not
only Oregon but of Washington
and Idaho, are being well held at
the week ond. Somewhat more
limited offerings by growers in
the Willamette Talley.
, Independence M rs. Ait B.
Robinson was hosjess to the mem
bers if the Wednesday bridge
club at a charmlnf one o'clock
luncheon at her home.
The tables were centered with
lerely chrysanthemums and cor
era were placed for Mrs. E. S.
Qorton. Mrs. Frank Haytaan, Mrs.
George C. Knott, Mrs. M. C. Wll
llams, and Mrs. Chester Henkle
of Dallas; sister of the hostess, all
special - guests, and Mrs. S. C.
KimbalL Mrs. George Carbray,
Mrs. George Cohrs, Mrs. 8. B.
Walker, Mrs. Charles Irrlne, Mr.
Guy Walker. Mrs. A. L. Thomas,
Miss Myra Montgomery, Mrs. Ray
Walker, Mrs. G. G. Godfrey, Mrs.
B. F. Swope. and the hostess.
Mrs. Robinson, members.
The afternoon was spent at
bridge with high score won by
West Stayton The West Stay-
ton Birthday club met at thai
name ot Mrs. T. Y. McClella
Wednesday. The next meeting De
cember 11 will be at the home of
Mrs. Mable Royae and will be a
Christmas party with exchange ot
gifts. Mrs. Pearl Darly aad Mrs.
Genevieve Wallace joined- the
Those present were Mrs. Bell
Weosley. Mrs. -Mary HankeL Mrs.
Joan Bowne, Mrs. Helen Gilbert.
Mrs. Pearl Darly. Mrs. Verna
Asche. Mrs. Mabls Royae, Mrs.
Christina Forress. Mrs. Minnie
Dickman. Mrs. Delia Chamberlain,
Mrs. Iris White. Mrs. Nellie
Woosley. Mrs. Genera Wallace,
Mrs. Sally Goss and Mrs. Jennie
McClellan, members and Mrs.
Paul McClellan of West Stayton
and Mrs. Iran Royse ot Portland,
Talbot The Talbot Women's
club was delightfully entertained
Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. A.
L. Emmons in her home near
Talbot. Roll call was answered
with hints for making Christmas
novelties. Names were drawn
for the club's Christmas tree to
be at Mrs. Doty's home December
Mrs. Belknap gave two mando
lin solos for special feature.
Punch was served to Mrs. Helen
Doty. Mrs. Claud Johnson, Mrs.
Sarah Taylor. Mrs. Arthur John
son. Mrs. A. E. Cole, Mrs. Gilbert
Belknap, Mrs. Harding. Mrs. D.
E. Blinston. Mrs. A. Davidson,
and the hostess Mrs. Emmons.
:-S6dtety;MeWs : J
Broadcast Features -Program
Orchard Heights. Mrs. C H.
Fisher, Mrs. Cash Roberts. Mrs.
J. W. Edgar and. Mrs. J. A. Young:
were joint hostesses to the Or
chard Heights Woman's club
Wednesday afternoon at, the
Fisher home. Following devotion-
als aad the business meeting at
which Mrs. Robert Adams presid
ed a clever program was given.
Mrs. Roscoe Clarke and Mrs. Adt
flan withers and charge ex uus
feature which was in the nature of
a;. radio, broadcast. "The Club
News." edited by Mrs. Roberta
ani Miss Helen Bliss, was also
Members of the clab are urged
to be present at a special meeting
Tuesday, December 8, at the L. D.
Gibson home in Salem at which
ttlme the two club quilts win be
completed tor the Christmas
The next regular meeting win
be held Thursday, December 17,
at the home ef Mrs. Roy Me
DoWell with Mrs. Guy McDowell
i joint hostess. This will be
the Christmas party with an ex
change of inexpensive gifts. The
Christmas box will also be filled
at this meeting. Miss Mary Wait
and Mrs. Fred Wilson will have
charge of entertainment features.
Invited guests Wednesday were
Mrs. Frank Starbuck of Portland
and Miss Marie Yates ot Cathla-
met. Wash. - Members present
were Mesdames M. A. Sehneller,
Adrian Withers. Wilfred Wilson,
Fred Wilson. Guy McDowell, L.
D. Gibson, Barnham Southwick,
William K n o w e r, William
Schwarts, Robert Adams, Roscoe
Clarke, A. S. Grice, Ernest An
derson. Philip Bouffler, Albert
Bouffler, Isobel Fawk, J. W. Sim
mons, Roy McDowell. Frank
Farmer. Grace Bliss. Miss Helen
Bliss, Miss Mary Wait, and the
hostesses, Mesdames Fisher, Rob
erts, Edgar and Young.
Prlngle. The Pringle-Pleasant
Point Social club was pleasantly
entertained Thursday at the home
of Mrs. J. M. Coburn with Mrs.
William Profst as Joint hostess.
Husbands and special guests were
In for thj luncheon hoar.
After the business meeting the
time was spent sewing and socially.
Guests and members - present'
were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ward and
Mrs. B. H. Ruby of McMlnnriile.
Mrs. E. P. Anthony of Albany, Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Coburn, Mrs. J.
Yates, Mr. and Mrs. A. Cassellius.
Mrs. Olive Skater. Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Grabenhorst, Mrs. E. 8.
Coates. Mr. aad Mrs. Rue Drager,
Mrs. George Guerne. Mr. and Mrs.
O. T. Soaley, Mrs. J. W. Keyes.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Jones. Mrs.
Wlllianv McCarroil, Mrs. C. Klm-
ple, Hallie Klmple, James Coates,
Mrs, O. Whitney, David Whitney.
Mrs. L. W. Potter, Mrs. E. O.
Clark, Evelyn Coburn, Mrs. F. R.
Clark, Margaret Jones, Miss Grace
Robertson. Mrs. George Craben-
Jiorst and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Coburn and Mr. and Mrs.
The next meeting will be held at
the home of Mrs. Olive Shafer.
51 5 South 21st street, December
17 with Mrs. J. N. Robertson and
Miss Grace Robertson as joint
e e e
Woodburn The Past Matrons'
club of Evergreen chapter No. 41.
order ot the Eastern Star, will
hold a special meeting and elec
tion of Mrs. Carolyn Evenden in
to the Past Matrons' club Janu
ary o. in theMasonlc hall. The
dinner will be served at 6:30 p.
m. Mrs. Evenden is the retiring
matron ot the Evergreen chapter.
Mrs. A. H. Reillng, president of
the Past Matrons' club announced
the members of the several com
mittees for the January meeting
Wednesday night. They are: kit
chen, Mrs. Maude Scott, Mrs. Ada
Settlemeier, and Mrs. A. H. Rell
inx: dining room, Mrs. Maude
Mochel, Mrs. Myrtle Gill, Mrs.
Hiram Overton, and Miss Gladys
Page 6, Section 2
'A Gallant Knight
Woman's Club Yule
Party Big Affair K
Aurora. The most anticipated
social event In club circles was
the Christmas party, given this
year by the Aurora Woman's club
at the home ot Mrs. B. F. Giesy,
with Mrs. Pete Hurt as assistant
hostess. The original entertain
ment which was participated In
by every member ef the club was
arranged by Hrs. Harry Evans.
Mrs. Lester Reed, Mrs. Norman
Yergen and Mrs. B. W. Stoner.
The months ot the year were de
picted In songs, readings and dra-'
matltatlon-"Slleat Night" by the
club preceded the program: Jan
uary, "Resolutions," Mrs. James
Ogle; February, original valen
tines written and read by all pres
ent; March.- Irish Jokes, Mrs.
Frank McAllister and Mrs. C. Gil-
breath; Aprii. a Joke by each mem
ber; May. "Sprlag Song. Mrs. A.
L. Strickland; June, "Our Picnic-
Mrs. Loren Glesy; July, "Our
FUfe." Mrs. Diana Snyder, song.
The Star Spangled Banner, by
the clab. aad poem. In custume
as -a bathing beauty; September,
poem by Mrs. Walter Grim; Octo
ber, hidden fortunes disclosed In
fiTrr-shells; November, poem. The
Pilgrims." Mrs. E. E. Bradtl; De
cember, poem. "Christmas," Mrs.
J. W. Sadler.
As the shades of evening fell,
soft rays from the gleaming light
ed tree made a pretty picture.
While outside carols were sung
before the candle at the window,
Mrs. Lester Reed In costume as
Carol entered and distributed gifts
to all. The hostesses were assisted
by their daughters. Marine Giesy
and Itha Hunt, in serving season
able refreshments. After the holi
days the club will meet January
6 at the home of Mrs. Melvin Ev
ans with Mrs. L. I. Snyder as
sisting. Aurora A bridge luncheon
given at the home of Mrs. Frank
Settlemier at Woodburn Thurs
day, was attended by Mrs. P. O.
Ottoway, Mrs. Walter Grim and
Mrs. J. W. Sadler. The winning;
score was made by Mrs. Wayne
By WALT DISNEY
I'll, StT MOQACw" ) A VEAM--BUT
WASSOferr' A1K ClARAfjELLE WAS
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Sunday, Dec. S
KEX 1180 Kc. Portland
:30 NEC Artist' ierrice, NBC.
r5 Echoes of the Orient, NBC.
19:00 Pet clinic.
10:30 Collegians. NBC.
11:00 Bible stories, NBC.
12 iOO Junior band.
12:30 Salon orchestra, NBC.
3:30 Roae Pontelle, soprano,
2 :0O Catholic hour, NBC.
3 :30 Challenge to Education
KOW 620 Kc. Portland
3 :45 American Legion.
9:00 Piano Pictures. NBC.
10 :15 Damrosch symphony, NBC.
11:00 Dr. Daniel A. Poling. NEC.
11:30 Dr. 8. Partes Cadman. NBC.
1:00 Orofe's orchestra. NBC.
1 :30-t-InTestment talk.
2 ;0O Vesper. Dr. Foadick, NBC.
3:30 Anto races. NBC.
5:0O Melodies. NBC,
5:15 Collier's how, NBC.
KOIH 40 Ke. Portland
g;00 First Friend rhorch.
i:j0Voiee of St. I.ool. CBS.
S:S International broadcast, London.
19:00 Cathedral hour, CBS.
19:45 Cecil Teagne. organUt.
11:00 8unnride Congregtional church.
13:00 Symphony orchestra.
2 :00 Foursquare Gospel.
4:00 Dr. Jnlina Klein, CB3.
5:13 Celeste Trio.
King wood Book and Thimble
club members enjoyed a delight
ful social afternoon Thursday at
the home of Mrs. Charles Hath
away. With Mrs. Ray Lacey pre
aiding, routine business was
transacted and plans were formu
lated for the annual Christmas
party -which will be celebrated
according to custom with a tree
and an exchange of gifts,
During the social hour Mrs.
Ray Ferguson and Mrs. Elmer
Cook presented a musical pro
gram. Mrs. D. A. Williams as
slsted In serving. The Christmas
meeting will be held Thursday,
December 17, at the Lacey home
with Mrs. Williams and Mrs.
Charles Adams in charge of the
Present Thursday were Mrs.
Mary Beaver, Mrs. L. T. Brown,
Mrs. Elmer Cook, Mrs. Ray Fer
guson, Mrs. Ross Dam rell, Mrs.
Ray Lacey, Mrs. Charles
Schwarts, Mrs. A. J. Kreuger,
Mrs. D. A. Williams. Mrs.
Charles Adams rnd the hostess,
- ' Brooks The Brooks Methodist
Ladles'; Aid . society, will hold its
. annual bazaar, and chicken sup
per in the community club house,
. December 10. Supper will be
served from I to 8 o'clock, after
which s program will be .pre
sented. - An all day meeting and
pot luck dinner was held Friday
at the home of Mrs. George
Tkatch. Quilting was done tor
POWTt.AND, Ore.. Dee. 5 (AP)
Rattpr: prints. 92 score or better. 32
34r; atamlanl. 53 34c carton.
T.eta: Pacific noukrr producers' sell
in rrif,: fresh extras 33r: standard.
3ip- medintns. 27e: nnlets. 20c.
Milkr contract Trice. rnde B. $2.1T
?t!Bd delivery Inspection.
Onnntrr meats: selling prices to re
tsilera: onntrr V'llcd hosts, best bntchers
under 100 lhs.. 7H-8c: lambs, 10-lle;
12n rb.. to lOHc: lambs. 10-lle:
en. 4 3c: canner cows. 8c : bulls.
Mhir: nominal, nuyinr price, 1931
rli- 'ong Vsir. 10c; Vid. lie Tb.
Vnts: fVeeon walnuts. 15-29c: pea
its, 12c 'b.r Brsrils. 1214c: almonds.
IS 1.6c: filberts. 20-22e: pecans. 20e Ib.
Ossears bsrx: huv'r.g prices 1931
pe ne lb.
Tops: nominal. 192 eron. 8-10c:
15R0. 13li-14e: 19R1. 13-14c Ib.
Bntterfsi: direct o nhinners. tracV.
Irtr: ststion No 123 29e: Portland de
'er fr'es: N'.. 1. 34-33; No. 2 31
S?e. TJre r-onltry net ViUyine P"ce: henry
Veue, eo'ored 4V, lhv. up. 1713c lb.:
do medinms 14-ific; licht. 12c lb.: broil-e-.
nnd.r 1 4 11... 14-16c; oer 1U lbs.
Tie; eolore.l Toasters, orer 3 lbs. 14c:
old roos,rt 9P; dnclt. Felcin. ' 1c:
I"e 12e fh
fH'ew,- eU"n n-i- to retailers- Ta
li; Clone. 2.2."-2.50: Oregon. S3.
Poto,: local. 14-2e lb.: Deichute.
1.-S.1.S: eastern Washington, 73c-
Woo!- 1P-M crop, nonitnsl. Willamette
rl'- IVISlip; eastern Oreron. 11 13e
TTay m:nc nHce fro" producer r al
falfa. 14 IS: rVrer. 10-12: Willam
ette Taller timothT. SIS; eastern Ore
o tlrwothy. SIS.SO: oats and retch.
Tressed Poultry : lellinr ric to Te--iVrs'
tTkeys: bens, 2S-2Rc: yonne
lows. 2S 2e: eM rm,. 20 2S Ib.
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I Fruits. Vegetables
rOWrt,ANI. Ore.. lee. S (AP)
0anee: California Valencia. 34.23
.S0: Tel. $3.50-3.60. Grapefruit:
Tea. S3.23-4: California, $8.25: Flor
ida. 31-4 23 rase. Lemons: California.
4..10 .V2S. Limes: S dosea cartons.
$3 2S. nenana: S-Se lb.
HncVleerries : Pneet Sonnd. 4-8e lb.
Grsr-es: Kmperor. 7e Ib. Pears: Anion.
soe-si 6ex. cranberries: $3-3.73 per
Cabbaee: local, pew. lU-lVie lb. Po-
atoe; local. le lb.: Deschntes. $1.23-
l.SS: easier Washington. 73c-$1.23.
Onions: srlline nrice oetailer: Ta
ma Olobe. S2.S3: OrelCon. $2.33-2 50.
Cnetr'nbers: botnoaae. S1.1.B0 doxen.
Rninaeb: local. S0-70e. Cetery: local.
70 90 doxen: bearts. 31.2-Tr Mushrooms
botbonse. 55-ROe lb. .Peppers: bell.
Cilifomia, 10-12e P.: re4. 15e lb. Sweet
nntatoes: new California. 2H-2e.
Ceiiflower: northwest. 40-90e crate.
Tomatoes: local, 30-75e box: CaM'
fornia. 32.25-2.50 lac repacked: hot
bone. fancy and extra fancy. S3 per
10-Ib. box. I.eUuce: local, $1-1.75: fla-
cramentn. S3.25 crate. Dsntsh squash
1H to l4e. ArticboVes: California. $1
1.2$ do ten.
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TOOTS AND CASPER
"Diajnond cut Diamond
the hostess and plans completed
tor the bazaar.
Present were Mrs. William
Rchafer. president, Mrs. Wayne
Gibson, Mrs. John Lesher, Mrs.
Monroe Ward, Mrs. A. E. Harris,
Mrs. Raymond Blanton, Jr.. Mrs.
Harry Kibby, Mrs. Guy Looney,
Mrs. H. Christenson. Miss Edna
Lesher, Miss Verda Schater, Miss
Ina Lesher, and the hostess Mrs.
George Tkatch. -
Independence The Thimble
club met at tie William Camp
bell home Wednesday Afternoon
and spent the tme sewing;, tor
Present were Mrs. Grover Mat
tison, Mrs. Peter Peterson. Mrs.
Will Mattlson. Mrs. Joe Oberson,
Mrs. Dole Poraaroy snd Mrs.
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C t eSOUT IT TO MY.WTPE. I WANT TO. 1
SURPRISE HER. 60W 6VE
1 5UPP0SS CASPER VOX 6WE
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HOME QUtQC ENOUGH TO BREAK
.THE NEWS TO CASPER I 1LL BET SHE
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F I'K NOT eONHA BUY AOlAhVONO POR MY
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1 WANT CASPER TO 6ET 6TUr4r POR Or!
ITS A80UT TIME I WAS PUTTlNCr OYER A
PAST ONE ON THAT SHRIMP! I'M THE KIND OF
WT WHO ALWAYS A Si
By JIMMY MURPHY