MED E IS CO D 0 EASY Price Unchanged-Weakness Continues in Markets On all egg Prices ;j.::T ' PORTLAND. Jan. ! 4 (AP Cotter trade conditions were con sidered rather easy with a dull tone ruling locally. There lis prac tically no change la price on the open, market Butterfat Is gener ally held at 24e for No. 2 churn ing and 26c for sweet. j r Weakness is generally! contin ued in the market for eggs in practically all positions. The- sit uation here Is very similar to that shown elsewhere except! that -.--.-.a i f , v,4ij ie mure la line with actual sales. j Practically no open price chan- Mr - ..l -I- M J - a. . " . : icucciea in ine ; market for cheese. More than passing eas iness is shown ho WAVAr In (ha smsm- eral trade of the country! despite this. - Mate nf )ima t ..2...'.v. leavy at practically air points as result of the great Mecrease In raw milk consumption. More milk iuiu cubs loxiories man ever before, which natural ly boosts the output. Very keen demand la continued , Jn the "market tot a lire chickens locally as a result of the very alow movement to marker reecntly. Most of the trade appears) to feel that the late advances will not hold. : v . ; Market rf or dressed turkeys continues of excellent character locally with practically no change in. the. price. Late reports from the east and California Indicate that Portland was one of the best holiday markets in the country. Much strength Is displayed In the market lor country j killed calves, gome slightly better price . .U6a o mcau; Willi lambs In actlYe call and In spots higher. Trade in the potato market Is till stagnant not .only at the source but at primary points. Les sened 1 Consnmntinn la - nVit,t most leading points with offerings heavy. ULIFLOWER IS III GOOD D HD PORTLAND. Jan. 4. (AP) Demand for Cauliflower was very Rood on the east side farmers' "wholesale market today. Quality tnf f was scarce and the ; best available sold 11 while off grade was .down to a half dollar. L Root vegetables showed an ac tive call with most of the bunch ed carrots 30c and beets 25 30c for fancy stuff. Bulk stock was in Active call and generally 3540e lug. . . . . , v ; v.aooage maraet - was fairly steady; mostly 90c crate; a few M-her or lnwr Potatoes were in fair call; but with no change in the price list. Vozen bunches for best. Hothouse tomatoes were In fcmall offering at a spread of I? Eft f 1 1 tA ......II.. duality. Nicholas Kurth in Hospital in Salem ; i ; LABISH CENTER. Jan. 4 Kurth Is in a Salem hospital re covering from a major ope ratio he underwent the past week. Mrs. E. J. Voegelein of Leban on arrived Saturday for a visit with relatives. . Miss Erma Duvall of. Lexington was a dinner guest at the E. Q. Hornschuch home Sunday. She left for Monmouth in the after noon to take up her studies at tha normal school. 8. 8. COXVKNTKMC PRATUM The fifth Sunday School teachers meeting conducted by the Marion -county Sunday school council of Christian Educa tion will be held at Liberty Sun day at 2 p.m. P. Judd Is chairman t the committee arranging the meeting of teachers and officers who live at Halls Ferry, Roberts, 6alem Heights, Liberty, Rosedale, Sunnyside and pringle. TO RUN r "" . 4. v V I '4. , Y 4 s. $. T':V.,s: :: :, i - . . , xyl 'Asserting that everyone' must ra sent an unsubstantiated aeeusatlra of treason against the President Mrs. Gilford Pinchot, wife of the Governor of Pennsylvania, has nounced her intention of opposing . Representative Louis IfcFsddea at .the next election. llcFaddea ro jCentry mads temational charges la the House. tlaclAria th&t PnliBe 'Hoover had violated his oath ofj jOSUo la the moratorium natter.; Portland Produce ) Tha OREGON STATESMAN, Safon, Orory Tuesday Blornlngy January 5, 1932 OIONS AGTIV E AT HIGHER PRICE RAIN AND SNOW HELP GRAIN AREA PAGES NINE Thousand Dollars per Carload is Being Paid at Labish LABISH CENTER. T.n A n. thousand dollars a carlnt being paid for onions here the last or ine week. .This was - a 33 1-3 cent rake ner hundred over last weesfs price. One grow er Is reported to have released 20 cars at' tbe new price. ! Reports were also current that buyers were contracting at the 14. 00. mark for February deliv ery. Prices reached this level three years ago, but the last two year's losses to the growers have been heavy, and the phenomenal prices of the present time Beem Justified. General Markets PORTLAND. Ore.. J.. 4(AP) Plt.e exchange, net prices: Batter: finu. 23. Kcgt: freh extr.a, 24-35; (rata iieiiuu, 22. Portland Grain PORTLAKD, Ore., Jin. 4 (AP) Mar Juir Open Higi ...00 60 Low . Clot 1H 1K 5H 89 H Cash rrmui: Bir Bend bluestem .78 U westers white, hard winter, northers spring, western red .58. Oats: He. 3 white $24.50. Cora: No. 5 . T. 923.50. Uillrnn tnndard $20.00. Portland Livestock PORTLAKD, Ore., Jan. 4 (AP) Cnttle, J2650, celres, 50; alow, calres and rosier SOe hicher. 8ten, 60e-8OO ., Cood. 6.75-6.25; Jnedium, 4.50 5.75; common, 8.00-4.50; 900-1100 lbs., food, 5.75-6.25; medium, 4.50-5.75: common, 8.00-4.50; 1100-1300 lbs., rood. .50- 2j; nuKim. it Hii-a f.n. heifers, 650-850 lbs, food. 5.25-6.00 ; W common, s.oo-4.25; cows, toed, 4.00-4.75; common and medium, S.OO-4.00; low cutter nod cutter, 1.00 8.00; trails, yearlings excluded, food and choice, beef, 8.00-3.SO; cutter, commas and medium. 2.00-3.00; Tealers, milk fed. good and choice, 7.50-8.00 ; medinm 6 00 .50; caO and common, 4.00-6.00; calves, 250-500 Hs., roods nd choice, 6.00-7.50; eommos and medrum, 4.00-6.00. Hoss, 2800; stronr, 15-25c higher. Licfct liehta. lan.lfin 1K -a i choice, ras-5.50; lishtweij-hts, 160-180 (mtBs cuvice, o.sa-o.au; 18U-200 lbs., good and choice, 6.35-5.50; medium weiCBL. 2O0-Z20 ti wnnA .ml 4.85-5.S0; medium weight, 200-220 IbsJ good asd choioe, 4.85-6.50; 220-250 lbs., g4 a4 choice. 4.75-5.35; BrSTyweirhU, 250-29O good and choice. 4,50-5 25- 2S0-85O Ibt., good and choice, 4.25-5.00; aekinsf aaws. 7i.5f ik n..; i good, 4.09-4.75; feeder and stoeker pigs, m.. goo a choice, 3.50-4.50. cue?, atrongr, ou higher. . down, good and choice, 4.50-5.00; saedium, 8.50-4.50; aU weights. waaai. 20-s 5U- nriinm .i. t 110 nsM medium to choice. 2.75-8 50- owes, 120 lbs, teediom to choice. 1.7&. r2:, i?'1?0 medium to choice, lO-L.75, euU to common, 1.00-1.50. POBTTvn n t.. i mi - -. WW. I Bstter: nciata. 92 mn Kt.. tn.n.. aundards. 2T-80e caries. ' -S4SS r settle sosltrr Drodneers enllinv prices: fveab. xttu. 2x- t..j..j. 83 He; dm. 2SeT " Cosatry swats: selling nrices to retail- ersi essnuj kiUed hogs, best butchers aader 109 lbs, 7-oe: veahirs. SO to 130 lb. 11-11 in.ii:. v ewes, 4-5c; canaar cows, 8e; bulls,' 6a. Mohair: naminal. km4 nil chp. loox sair. lee: Viri 15. Ih Kate Orwrkit .hiiii it on. . ?;til,lik-i Bii. " le; almonds. "T1". swz3c; pocanm, ZOa lb. peel. Io ft. x8-i3H;'iirau $10e: "f1 Butterfat: d!rt ..: 1, 3; he. 2. 2U. Portland delirery prices: If . l, 14; Ha.. 2, 22 ft. Lira poultry: set boring prioa: hearr hens. eatanaL 4U, 1K i.. v . j ,-17; H-18e; broilers. 7 -o; oyer 1 IDs., 14 18c; colored-roasters, orer S lbs, I4e; spriags, 12 ft.; old roosUrs. 8c; ducks. PeJtin, 16; geaae. 12e lb. LI5nj5!:.uiBT Prie tor: Ta kisU Olabos. S8.2i; Oregon, 83.25-3.50. . , V?V : toc'- Me-1; Deschutes. 1.25-1.85; eastern Washington. 75e- 1.25. Wool: 1931 rrmnm .Amln.l -Txr;il.... - -4- - - , a, mmpmcv.W TM17, IS lic; Maura Oregon. U l&e sssvnaiaS Hay: anying prica from producer: al falfa. B14-1A- rrmr lln.11. XX.-: M .. lWy timothy. 815; eastern 'Oregon tim- fi.o; oais ana Tetca, S12-12.50. Droased poultry : selling prica to retail era: tarkrvl hiisa 5.0 - 16-28; aid tonu. 20-25c. ' Fruits, Vegetables Oranges: California, 84; narels, wrapped, 2.40-4; placa pack. 8?.10-tS5. Tanger ines: riorida. 81.60 -tiamoar: Californis. 81.50. Oraptfruit: California, 62-3.75; florida, 4 rasa. Lemons: California, $4.50-5.25. Limes: 5 doxen cartias, 83.25. Bsnanas:S-5He lb. Grapes: emferor, 7-8e lb. Cranberries: 4-4.50 bushel box. Bhubsrb: hothouse. lit. Cabbage: local, new, lH-IXe lb. Po tatoes: local. 90e-$l; Deschutes, $1.25- 1.85? Mt1- W V i rt iF-t An Onions: selling price to retailers: Yaki ma Globes. 83.25: Oreron. S3.25-S.50. Crm. cumbers : bothoase, $1-1.85 doxen. Spinach: local, $1.15-1.25 oranga box. Celery: local, $1-1.25 dozen; hearts, $1.50-1.75 doxen bunches. .Mushroom: hothouse. 60c lb. Peppers: Bell, Califor nia, 12-12e lb.; red, 15a lb. Sweet po- flower: local, 80c-$l crate; Koseburg, $1.76-1.90 crate; Santa Maria, 91.60. Tomatoes : California, $3.60 lag repack ed ; hothoiue, fancy andextra fancy. 2.25-2.50 par 10-lb. box; Mexican. 4.50-4.75 lor. Lettuce: locaL 81-1.75: Sacramento $2.75-3.25 crate: .imperial, $5.25. DsnUh sqnakh: 1H'1. Arti chokes: California, $1.50 doxen. Radio Ptogiams j asaaastAAaaalMSAeAaaHnAassSBd KOWr 62$ Kc Partlan :80 Dorotiaaal aarrioa. T:45 Vas sad Dos. :00 Hapwytima. " i2;0e Orchestra. i t :00-t-Matiaee. " t :0O Orchastxa. 8:00 Amos Andy. :164-Mamory Lass. 10:00-i-Kow naahaa. 11:00 Orchestra. Taoaday, Jaaasry 9 XOAO 660 Ka. CornJIU t: 00 Good siarmisc cteditatiosa, 10 :09 HotM oconoauias absarrer. 11 :00 Pans sow. . : Tarn bomr. :15 atasieaie. - t;0 Sciasoe saws a( tk waah, OUr KaA-YarUaaA :00 KOUT aQoek. . :0 HaUalsiah Bnr. DLBi.. If -ni i Tnrrtlnl STUitkaa. - 11:39 American School at Ua 1:00 Tha Book at Ufa. .A " . A . v It. :16-&Aia Harris and Dava Marshall. 19 :a absos WNir areaaaiis, vhbw 11K0 Oraraoa'a erahaatra. DLBS , IS :00 eek ass aTO erebaatrs. Salem Markets Grade B. raw 4 co-op pool price fla per hundred. Factory milk, 91.40. Butterfat, sweet, 26c. Butterfat, four, 24c. mxm AND VEGETABLES Prica paid to' grows br Salem buyers. January 4 Radishes, do. ,,.' , so Onions, dox. . , , ff Onions, aaek. N Carrota Beeta Cabbage Potatoes, cwt . Turnips, do. Hubbard squasn Green Peppers, lb. Danish -aqaaab Spinach, crate apples, bo. -8.00 to 8.25 27 H 27 H 01 H 70 35 00 . 2Q -00 Hothouse-cucumbers, dox.' Celery, crate. .. -1.00 o J.85 -2.75 Extras Standards Mediums . EGOS Buying Ptlca Roosters. a'd Broilers Colored Leghorn Meht hens . Hearies, hens Medium hens Buying Frtcea -16 -IT -12 08 .18 .18 -10 -14 .18 OBAIX AJTD HA1 Baying Frlcoa Wheat, westers g Whit, bn. ., , , 66 Barley, toa. top " Oau, ton, top o o Hat! hBTtne nrii Oata and retch, ton Uiorer Alfalfa, ralley. lad cutting Rasters Oregon uonmoQ i Top grade HOPS -12.00 lt.f .14.00 .16.00 .1850 -It Lambs Hogs, top MEAT Btytns PrtoM Hogs, first cut bteert Cows ,.. Heifers ,,. Dressed real Dressed hogs -4.00 -5.25 -6.0Q 05 to' 05 .01 to .03 04 to 04 H 09 01 Coarse . Medium Lambs . Old Kid WOOX. MOHAJK ..18 -18 11 MINT Peppermint OIL lb . nominal -nominal Wall Street.: Decline, Cbtton' Trend are Bear Factors CHICAGO, Jan. 4 :(AP) Dragged down by the under tow from "Wall street securities and by adTerse action of the cotton mar ket, grain rallies suffered mater ial losses today. Rain and snow that for at least the present relieved anxiety con cerning domestic winter and spring wheat crop prospects tend ed to quicken the downward tack. Announcement that reduced freight rates on grain had been set aside by the United States su preme court was received too late to hare any immediate market in fluence. Wheat closed nervous at about the day's bottom level, 5-8 lower than Thursday's finish corn 1-1 He down, oats 3-4-7-8 off. Today's closing quotations: Wheat: Mar.. .53 3-4-7-8; May, .55 3-8-1-2; July, .54 7-8-.65J Sept., .55 1-4. Corn: Mar .38 3-4; Ma. .40-1-2-5-8; July, .41 7-S-.42; Sept., .42 3-4. Oats: May, .25 3-4; July. .25- .80 to 1.00 Dairy Night School Scheduled for Public SILVERTON. Jan. 4 The SU verton Smith-Hughes agricultural department of the Silverton high school Is offering a free night school in dairying beginning at 8:00 Thursday, January 7. and meeting each Thursday night for ten weeks. This course will deal primarily with the .cost of. producing milk and butterfat, combined with stu dies on feeds, feeding and compu tation and balancing of rations. It will also afford an opportunity for open discussions on problems common to those within the group. This free night school is offered as a community educational ser vice and is made possible through, the cooperation of the local Smith Hughes agricultural department, the school officials, school board, and the state and federal boards of vocational education. SUES BELOW GO DECEMBER LEVELS Bulls Claim Trend no Sign Better .Things Won't - , Start new Year NEW. YfJURl Jan. A ir a di Moderate offerings falling on a thin, market thinly, deuressed stocks ito a new lrortr in. n the bear cycle today. The market made little compro mise with heavinetaa snd the day with the 80-stock com posite oif two points to C0.1 against the December IT mini mum of 81.3. Bonds lost thalr -est for the advance coincident with a ar In XT. 6. r.nTrnmnti Wheat, corn and cotton were off. That lection of Wall Street opinion which had been hoDlur for better things with the advent of a new year felt the market's action was not particularly sig nificant in view of the small turn over, sinoe only 1.515.948 shares e hanged hands. Nevertheless, the fact that a score of pivotal issues were at new lews, bespoke the frozen condition of buying power. Net loss as In 4tlva laarl Ar ranged from a fraction-o ( points. Case and Eastman i weakened sharply, while American Tele- nrinnft Amnrfoan Pan At Hail Chemical, Union Pacific, Southern racmc, now xora uentrai,4 con solidated Gas and North American were down 2 to 3. U. S. Steel touched 35 H and closed at 38 U. off . General Motors again was soft. MBS . ZIELIHI IS PARTY BOii GUEST HAZEL GREEN, Jan. 4 A number of relatives and friends surprised Mrs. B. C. Zellnski on her birthday New Tear's. The par ty was planned by Mr. Zelinskl and son Louis when Mrs. Zelin skl was visiting her mother, Mrs. Pietork, who is ill at Stayton. Those enjoying the event were: honor guest, Mrs. Zelinskl and Mr. Zelinskl and children Louis. Quentln and Helen, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DomogalL nee Gertrude Zelinskl, and children, Herrnaa and Charles, Paul Zlellnskl. Miss Maria Smith, Miss Marl Blaneh ard, Marvin . Zlellnskl and Miss Ella Henderson all of Salem. ' v Mr. and-Mrs. Joseph Tellin. nee Agnes Zlellnskl, and - daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dash and daughter, Helen all ot Portland. Mr. and -Mrs. Earl Harmon of North HowelL Mr. and Mrs.' Hen ry Kholer of West Salem. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Stapfal, Hayesvllle, Bernard Sharcock, Silverton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zlellnskl Jr. and children. Mildred. r.hrntt rn. een and Earnest, Mr. and Mrs. J. i. scnneiaer and son James. Sister Marie Nester of St. Ig natius, Portland, visited her sis ter, Mrs. B. C. Zlellnskl during holidays. . MEMBERS Cll'ill CUB EHUED and HUBBARD Jan A ' t- Mrs. Elton McLaa-hlf .nto-t.i- ed tho Country club Saturday eve ning at their spacious home east of Hubbard. Two large Christmas Cacti in full bloom with house plants and ferns' made a loveiy setting for the three tables oi Driage wnich were In play. Hlxh honors vsra won kw w- Wienie Rocker, Mrs. Julius Stauf for. Lester Will and A. C MoMoy. Those who enjoyed the pleasant evening were Mr. and Mrs. Julius staurier, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Will, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Smith, Mrs. Winnie Kocker, A. C. Mol- ioy, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brad en, Mr. and Mrs. Wlldn Rracn Ta. land Kocker and Mr. and Mrs. Elton McLaughlin. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart L. Johnson for 'din ner Sunday, December 8V were Mr. and Mrs. Walter McMaaus and little doughter Tress, and Mrs. Neva McKensle and daughter Miss Marion. Mrs. Jennie Price and daughter, Mrs. Claude Barrows and little Barbara Anne Barrows of Men tesano. Wash., spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Herman L. Carl and family. They left Sun day for Coquille, where Mrs. Bar rows and Barbara Anne will Tisit at the home of Mrs. Price. - Cl fflE BOOTES Men Cut 8 101VS liJBECEIPTS Several Social Events Held At Geryais Over New Year Holiday GERT AlS.4Jan. 4 .Sixteen montha ago' one roots was taken off the - Gerrals postof fice, and then for the years 1930 and 1831 comparison of receipts have been made by Postmaster A. R. Sieg mund. During 1830, which Includ ed the first eight months when the third route was in operation, the total receipts were from all sources was 813,701.03, while In 1831, the total receipts from all sources were but 111,878.80, making, a difference in fa U830 of 31,822.23. - Route three was discontinued I e - a- ... 4 ocDiciuucr. hid. ani in, na trons who were changed to the outer ion or otner postoffices have no doubt made a great cut In the receipts of the postoffiee for 1931, as people usually go where their mail comes from. Saturdav nirht tha. fnii-.i-- njoyed an eevuing of 500 at the name or Mr. ana Mrs. Robert Har per: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lengren, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jelderks, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burya, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Booster and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harper en tertained at bridge Wednesday night, when four tables were In Play. First prixe went to Mrs. M. D. Henning and Elton Rae. Guests present were: Mr. and Mrs. Don ald Mars, Mr. and Mrs. Elton Rae, Mr. and Mrs. Zeno 8chwab, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cutsforth, Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Adkisson, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Henning and Mr. and Mrs. A. DeJardln. Mrs. Ida Schwab was hostess to a family reunion on New Tear's day, when nearly all her children were present. The day was pleas antly spent, and a sumptuous din ner was served. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reiilng. of Woodburn, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Battersby of Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schwab of Silverton, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Cutsforth of Gervais. Cords Wood For Family AUMSYTLLE, Jan. 4 Thurs day a group of men went to tha Donker place to cut wood for a family In the community. A basket dinner was prepared by the women-and was taken tn vnnil. h Mrs. T. C Mountain. Mrs. Chaa. Martln and Mrs. Jones who sottm! It before a bi fconf ire. Those who cut were the two Donker brothers, Theo Mountain, Dour - Brad 1ST. Mr. Tnrlnra Charles Martin. Mr. Jenninra. Mr. Tucker. Howard Tong, Fred Gar- te, Robert Mountain, Roy Porter. Those- who hauled were the Don ker brothers and A. J. Richards and those who sawed at the house were Jack Baldwin. Harvev finr. der and Frank Bas-tra. nr ia-h cur u vera cui, nauiea ana sawea. Mr. and Mrs. Byrl Mack and two children of Jewel Dreron. re turned to their home after having spent the vacation at the home of Mrs. Mack's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warner Lee. j The Southern Pacific nile driv ing crewunder the; direction of S. B. Brown returned to work hera Saturday after spending two weeks at their respective homes for Christmas. M COMMUNITY CLUB MICKEY MOUSE the Departing Guest Tfl MEET FRIDAY RICKEY, Jan. 4. Mrs. W. D. Horner, president of the commun ity club, announces that the first meeting of the Wub for the year will be held Friday. January 8. A program of vocal and instru mental music, monologues and readings will be put on under the direction of Mrs. W. Flood. Mrs. Minnie Jaeckel and Mrs. A. E. LaBranch. ' Mrs. M. M. Magee and Mrs. W. H. HuniDhrera will hi charge of the refreshments and Loyal Sheridan and Haxel Magee will act as pantry girls. All Clnb memhmra mnA mamka-a of the community are urged to be present to discuss various plans. Each family is asked to bring a cake and a dozen sandwiches. AS H SMSL yW?h SVO0 'DT OBJECT that g'iMOi W CRATV HE'LL fNr? 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