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The OREGON STATESMAN. Saleia. Oresoiu Tussirornla. April 23iSS2':
BUTTER ID E6GS
''i-'-' J' i '
SHARES STEADY 'IN DULU SESSION
CROP REPORT CAUSES GRAIN RISE
Rhubarb Being Exported .to
East and South; Onion
i Gains 'and Losses are
In Monday Trade
PORTLAND. April 26 (AP)
General batter market situation
for the day appeared steady and
In line with last week's general
snowing ror cunea as well as
prints. Butterfat appears fully
steady, r , v, ; . .,.j
Market for eggs continues more
or less of stationary character
.wtta no change reflected in gen
eral prices. Storage-rejects are
till being utilised by some Inter
ests to undersell tne general mar
ket. . -
Seemingly the Immediate low
point on cheese has been reached
at leading American primary
trade centers. The late cut of 1c
by Tillamook, -which was caused
by the prerious slashing in the
eastern trade, and later followed
by ; the -entire coast appears ' to
nave created & somewhat better
undertone through the trade gen
erally with , the - consequent in
crease in demand. . - !
QUneral trading in the lire
chicken market continues steady
-with demand still best tor heavy
weight hens and broilers. . Light
weight -hens are storing out in
suitable rolume but there contin
ues more or less pressure against
the broilers of this sort.
Well held prices are showing in
the market for California straw
berries. Florin-Sacramento offer-
. lngs were not so liberal and gen
eral sales were made $2. SO for
20s. More are due Tuesday.
Full carload of local rhubarb is
rolling from Portland to Chicago
in addition to one sent to San
Francisco. The two carload lots
hare been loaded by the Farmers'
Produce company. Local trade is
overstocked and prices weaker to
Outward movement of lambs Is
-rery surprising. This applies
chiefly to the top quality stuff,
there being only forced sales of
ordinary to offgrade. Prices are
For the first time known here,
the j) rice of old and new crop on
ions is the same early in the sea
son. Sales of both are being made
at 8c lb., which means $4 for SO
lb. crates of the new Cochellas.
NEW YORK, April 25. (AP)
Supply and demand balanced
rather nicely in today's stock mar
ket and net changes of most lead-
erg were limited to minor frac
tions. Gains and losses were about
evenly distributed. v '
It was the dullest session since
September 1, 1131, for only 641,
290 shares changed bands. Wheth
er the market felt it had discount
ed unfavorable action on 17. S.
Steel's common dividend -was not
clear, but traders were disposed
to . await tomorrow's announce
ment calmly. The imminence of
that event helped to restore
Steel common reached a new
low at 18 in the morning and
was oft net at 28 H. American
Telephone crossed par on the rally
but finished unchanged. Allied
chemical broke more than 5 to a
new minimum. North American,
Consolidated Gas, Woolworth,
American Tobacco "B," Radio,
Bethlehem, Westinghouse, Case,
and Peoples Gas were steady to
Better support for Standard of
New Jersey, after the stock had
duplicated last week's record low
of 19, seemed to reflect cover
ing by traders who were not so
sure the extra dividend would be
omitted at thenext directors'
meeting. General Fooas lost a
point and Borden was down al-
flredo ft raw 4 milk,
co-op pool price, 91.M per
Surplus f 1.10. -,
Factory milk Oc
(Hflx Urn ea JUrck tattorfet
Butterfat, sweet 18c.
Bnftterfat, soar, 10c
Price paid to giowo Salem bay.-.
Bsdishes. del.. tO '
Onions, doe. ,, , .
Onions, sack. Ho. la
Apples, wrapped, bu. ,
.so to .ee
New pouteoa. Cnlit,
Cakea. hot boas
8pinach. orange bx .
Calif, celery, das.
hfexleaa tomatoes, lag
Calif, cabbage ....
Calif. Lettace, crate
.TO to 1.10
GBAXS axd HAl
.14 to .10
Wheat, western red
BkTley. ton. top
Oats, too, top ....
Hay bayiac prleee
Oata and retch, ton
S5 to .SS
.55 to .5S
Visible Supply Short;
" Corn, Oats Slump;
To low Record - 1
-CHICAGO, April 25, (AP)
aaicauy uniavora&ie crop r
ports from Kansas, Nebraska and
southwestern lows did much to
strengthen wheat prices late to
day. A sharp decrease la the United
States wheat visible supply total
also was a bullish factor helping
to overcome the unsettling influ
ence of a crash ia corn and oats
prices to low. levels un equaled ia
many years. Farm board rejection
of all offers of private dealers, for
purchase of the board's surplus
wheat was not generally known
until fter trading Had ended.
Wheat closed firm at the day's
top prices -l above Satur
day's finish, corn off to a
shade advance, oats unchanged to
Today's closing quotations:
Wheat: May. IfTa-ST: July.
old E-94. new ; Septem
ber, old 2-. new 61: De
Corn: May. 22-22 tt: Julr.
56; September. 274: Decem
Oata: May. 22 V4: July. 22:
September, 22 Ml December, It.
.15.00 to 1S.00
.15.00 to 10.00
Alfalfa, Taller. 2nd cutting 16.00 10.50
Enters Orcron 17.00
most 2. TJ. S. Steel pref eared ap- To
peared more confident of a regu
lar dividend tomorrow, rallying: I Lamb
2U to 83. Hs.
Hog, tint- euta
Dreaaed real, top
Dressed bog .
05 to 05 H
.01 to OS
04 to 04Vft
EVENT IS PLtlEO
MOVE PARISH HOMB
STAYTON, April 25 The res
idence belonging to the Catholie
parish here, and which is being
oppnnlftrt hv Father Scherbring,
has been moved to lots north of
the parochial school, on the op
posite side of tne street, won
of excavating for the fine new
narochial residence will be begun
next week. .The residence will be
or hrick. and is one of a unit
of brick buildings planned by the
. BID ON HATCHERY
SHELBURN. April 25 Harry
Harvie was in an auto accident Ut
Harrisburg. Harris's car was side-
swiped and two wheels smashed.
W. S. McClaln, brother of C. O
McClain was the lowest bidder on
the fish hatchery building at
M. O. Arnold is assisting his
father improve his farm by put
ting in a new fence.
Contracts for better than 2599
cords of white fir wood to be tak
en from the timber southeast of
here, are now being filled.
Keith Wells hurt his arm while
cranking a car Monday morning.
Keith has had his arm broken
three times so this is no unusual
experience for him.
Mrs. N. Crosier suffered a very
severe heart attack this week.
TURNER, April 22 The Mis
sionary society of the Christian
church will hold its April meeting
at the home of Mrs. Anna Smith
Thursday afternoon, April 28.
The Methodist women will serve
dinner in the Gower building on
primary election day. May 20.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barber
who have resided on theH. R.
Crawford farm about three years,
have moved to the old George
Morris place In the Battle Creek
A. H. Morgan, who is of the real
estate division of the Carnation
company, Portland, called on lo
cal dairymen Friday regarding the
lease or Sale of the company's lo
cal creamery plant.
Miss Hildred Bones was the in
spiration Sunday for a birthday
dinner, served by her grand
mother, Mrs. Mary Barr at her
The 4-H Klever Kooking Klub
assisted by the leader, Mrs. Elis
abeth Ball, entertained the 4-H
Friendly dub and leader, Mrs.
Frances Whitehead, after school
Wednesday, and. complimented the
mothers of the two groups with a
short program and a lunch was
Members of the entertaining
club are Laverne Whitehead. Mar
garet Schlff erer, Mildred and
Leta Mae Bones, Eleanor Parks,
Eloise Millis. Lois Gunning, Ka
thleen Sparks, Evelyn Jensen.
Geneva Barber, Rachel ' Riches,
Ruth Robinson, Stella Barnett.
PORTLAND, Ore., April 23 (AP)
Produce exchange, net prices, batter, ex
tra 19; standard 18; prima fint IS;
firata IT; eggs, freak extras 14; fresh
PORTLAND, Ore, April 25 (AP)
Wkeat Open Hirk Low Close
May 63 64 S 04
Jet 01 61 61 61
Sept. 59 6H
' Cash markets: wheat, big Band blue
stem ?3K: soft white, western white 64:
hard wiater, aortherav spring, western red
Oata. Ho. t white $24.00.
Cera No, 2 yellow (E) -23.75.
Miliraa: standard- IS.
PORTLAND, Ore, April 25 (AP)
Cattaa 1400, calves 70; fairy steady.
Steers 600-000 lbs, good 6.25-T.00;
asediam 5.00-6.15; eommon, $.75-5.00;
00-1100 lbs, good 0.25-7.00, mediant
5.00-0.23. teamen S.75-5.00; 1100-1800
Iba.. good 5.75-6.50, media m 4.00-5.75.
Heifers. 560-850 Ibe, good 5.75-6.50, ate.
diom 4.50-5.75. coalmen 8.25-4.50. Cewa
good 4.75-5.25; C. M. 8.25-4.75; low
cotter and catter 1.S0-S.S5. Bells, year
ling excluded, good and choice) (beef)
8.25-5,75; catter, common and mediant
2.00-8.25. Vealers, milk fed, good and
choice 6.00-6.50; mediant 4.50-6.00; aU
and common 2.50-4.50. CaWaa 250-500
lbs., good aad choice 40-6.00; common
and median 2.00-4.60.
Hogs 8000, inc lading- 250 direct to kill
ing 627 throart; generally steady.
Light lights 140-160 lba, good and
choice. 8.75-4.50. Lightweight, 160-180
lb, 4.25-4.60; 18O-2O0 lb.. 4.85-4.50.
Medium weight 200-220 lbs.. 3.75-4.50:
220-250 'lbs., 2.50-4.85. Hearyweigbta
250-290 lbs, 8.85-4.25; 290-850 Iba,
3.00-4.00. Packing sows 275-500 lbs, me
liam and good 2.75-8.50. Feederi-atockers
70-130 lbs, medium end good 8.00-3.60.
Slaughter ahoep aad lambs 1200; gen
Spring lambs good and choice 6.00-
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Egg Production Is Reduced
Greatly Also; Winter
; Wheat Is; Damaged. -.
Weather conditions la tne
tjnited SUtes generally were un
favorable for egg production In
recent weeks, while winter wheat
And southern early potatoes and
peaches have been damaged, ac
cording to a report on the agri
cultural situation Just released
by Oregon State college exten
sion service. -
About T per cent fewer em
were laid on April 1 this year
than In 1131. the report ears.
owing to a reduction In hens
and less than the average num
ber of ,eggs laid per ben. Jay.
lngs were the lowest in the past
seven years on April 1, whereas
from last September to February
layings per hen, were the highest
during that period In eight years.
Tne government report on
commercial chick hatchinra In
March this year Indicated a' re
daction of about B per cent in
the whole country' and IS ner
cent for the western states.
Bookings for April and later de
livery were IS per cent less than
last year for the United States,
ana .s per cent less in the west
ern states. "Setting hen" hatch
ings were not reported.
"The prospect tor hard -red
winter wneai nas declined ma
terially during the past two
months, but soft red winter la
slightly more promising- than in
January,' the report said. 'The
prospect tor winter wheat is es
pecially poor In Kansas, Nebras
ka, Oklahoma and Colorado."
Owing to frost, southern early
potatoes are expected to yield
much lighter than nsuaL unless
growing conditions should be ex
ceptionally favorable. Prospects
tor southern peaches are the
poorest since condition reports
were started la-19S4. especially
in Arkansas, Oklahoma and Tex
as, according to the statement.
Five Old Pastors
Of Church Invited
For 25th Jubilee
SnS-ERTON, April 25. Eight
pastors, five of whom are former
pastors of the church, have been
asked to take part in the 25th an
niversary of the building of the
First Christian church in its nres-
ent location. The observance cele
bration will begin May 1 and con
m oUopitd by UsCag AclSoritUg , -By
C. V. SXZPlTTn
Csreal f?9 Hefctt Eleven Trick.
Talk all you wish about systems
ef bidding, but a player must be fleavinx bis 2 as a possible means
able te wring full value front bis
at & m w m a
caros te wm raaxunum scores, a
slight slip ea the declarers part
would bave cost him fame and
penalty on te hand shows, v
with bis S. Ha trumped with bis t,
Z passed. A bid 1-dub. Think
ing his band rood far game at no
trumps, if his partner could bid
diamonds strongly. Y made an in
formatory double. It was ne time
for B te wait. He Jumped la with
a demand bid of 3-Diamonds. Z
passed. Fearing the heart suit at
no-trumps. A wisely carried bis
Grtners bid to 5-Diamondsi the
formatory double plus bis part
ner's jumped bvercau almost cer
tainly indicated great length ia
diamonds, with outside weakness.
When your partner has made
an opening bid you have an indi
cation of what probably will be
Jour best lead. An inzormatory
ouble, like a no-trump bid. calls
for you to show the suit wherein
you are strongest and may win
one or more tricks. Z was un-
certain-whether he should lead a
spade or a heart. Finally he led
his 8 of hearts, echoing with bis 2
when Y wen bis second trick in
the suit, thus calling for a third
round. . But B trumped, and be did
not make the mistake of ruffing
ef entering dummy by means ef
the 6. in case the rnlssfng t ef
diamonds fell upon the first lead
ef trumps. It was well that be
bad suca forethought.
It was plain that B must lose
one spade trick unless he could
establish dummy's dubs, so as te
obtain a discard. Probably the
seven missing clubs lay 4-1 with
the adversaries. It was extremely
improbable that one adversary
was void of dubs; if that bap
pened to be tie case fulfillment of
Bs contract of five must be im
possible. B led - bis lone dub.
played dummy Ace; then be led
back a low dub, tramping with
his HUThe J dropped at his right.
B led back bis T of diamonds,
overtook with dummy's K; the. a
dropped by Y made dummy's 6 a
card of entry. Another dub was
led from dummy, aad trumped
with the J ef diamonds. The 2 ef
trumps waa led back, the trick was
won with dummy's 6, and a fourth
round of dubs deared that suit,
leaving one good dnb ia dummy.
B trumped with his Q, leaving him
only the ace ef diamonds, with
three low spades.
All that the declarer bad te do
to win the balance ef the tricks
was to lead out his top diamond,
put dummy in, the lead with a
spade, play off A's remaining top
spade, and A's long dub. The
way the hand was played left ne
room to defeat what at first sight
appeared to be an impossible con
tract. The above hand was played la a
duplicate match at The Tower
Club, New York, but only the man
who played as indicated above suc
ceeded in going game. It was a
hard band for anyone to play.
WiNX. im. hr Oa Veatans SMImte. tea.
tinse tdr a week.
"The eight pastors are Rev. 8. B.
Bllllngton of Houston, Tex:, Rev.
H. I. Ford of Sedro Woolley,
Wash., Rev. M. H. Kendall of Me
Mlnnville, Rev. Albyn Essen . of
Albany, Rev. J. A. Bennett of Sil
verton. Rev. C. F. 8wander of
Portland, Rev. D. J. Howe of Sa
lem and Rev. Elbert Leek of Portland.
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OSGOOD AT HOME
WACONDA. April 25 Charles
Osgood, who underwent an opera
tion at the Deaconess hospital
three weeks ago returned to his
home In Salem Wednesday. Mrs.
Osgood and her daughter Viola
are W aeon da Community club
Dr. Hill to Show
Pictures at Clubr
Meet, Hazel Green
HAZEL GREEN, April SS
The community club announces
an unusually good program for
Friday night, April 2. Dr. Da
vid B. HIU of Salem will show
pictures Including nn animal one
for the children, "A Healthy
Child" reel, and scenic Oregon
or 4 00 miles of Columbia and
Oregon Coast highways. ML.
Hood. Crater and Klamath lakes.
Santlam river. Breitenbush Hot
Springs. Silver Creek state park.
The music will be furnished by
a T-pIece orchestra- directed by
Mrs. Paul Silke of Pratum.
WOODBURN. April S 5 Bond
ing activity la Woodbura has be
come more active than usual late-'
ly. An announcement has been
made that the Adams brothers,
George end Nelson, bota ef whom ,
formerly lived la Wood burn, bave
oougnt a piece of property oa the
Pacific highway Just north of the .
woodburn Arch Store. Ther nlna:
to build a garage and service sta
tion there. The boys are sons of
c. A. Adams, well known resident
here. They plan to stsrt bunding .
operations next week. The build
ing will be located on a lot lit
S. SbeSh M east - & "
"T ieeu coin are experienced
garage men.- Nelson Adams has
operated a garage at Mm City for -
ia past eigm years.
A new service station and r. 1
pair shop ia also being bunt at
Norton corners, on the Woodburn-
an. Angei nignway. R. W. Steven
son Is doing the work.
A new boose is also to be built
in Young street, about a block
from the highway, on nronertv
belonging to E.' Courand.
Aetna! construction on the new
machine shop and auxiliary trait,
preparing room at the Ray-Brown
cannery here was begun Thurs
day. The concrete base and floor
nave been laid, and the steel sup
ports win soon be In nlaeo. Th
bunding, which will be about 140
reet long and SO feet wide, will
have sides made of corrugated
Several new men have been
added to the preparation crews, in:
anticipation of the canning sea--soa.
which Is fast approaching.
The building is to be .located on
the south side of the main build
ing, and near the east end. Be
sides being used for a machine
shop, ft will serve as a fruit prep
aration room during the rush sea
Concrete for the new pear ripen
ing shed on the north side of the
cannery has also been poured.
That building will be completed
as soon as tbe machine shop Is
"The 'Necking Party"
TRADE FOR FARM
MONMOUTH. April 25 Mr.
and Mrs. C A. Nott have traded
their residence property on Clay
street to Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Sharrow for a farm at Wlllamlna.
The Notts hare been residents of
Monmouth for many years. The
Sharrews are parents of Miss Bess
Sharrow. appointment bureau se
cretary at the Oregon Normal
school. Immediate possession
was given and received by each
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PCCTOOM IS .
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: THEM'S WO TiME TO .-
Now-Showingr mzrj Heart"
ehoiee 8.60-8.00; 120-150 Ibs 1.75-S.75;
su weigota eau te common 1.W-X.1 3.
SLATED FOR CHURCH
AMITY, April SS- Thursday
night. April S8, it 7 p. m. at the
Methodist church a covered dish
supper wm be held, and : all
members , of the church and
friends are invited.. The: follow
ing program will be given:
Orchestra music; male chorus;
reading by Mrs. J. Payne; solo.
Rev. F. L. Cannell; cartoons, by
H. J Rlchter; solo, Mrs. H. Tor
bet; traditions. Dr. . Mossman;
solo, Cleo Odom;- piano duet,
nertrude Cannell and Jean Abra
ham; old songs; ihymn, TTiej
A meeting of the Amity Li
brary association will be, held
Wednesday at 8 p. m. in the
city hall, to vote onthe reten
tion ' or relinquishment "Of the
Cronk property. ' .
A log cutting contest waa held
at Amity Friday afternoon, spon
- sored by Robertson Payne
storew- Robert - Patty took first
prize In tbe cutting of the log
which took him I minutes and
II seconds; Ivan Shields was
PORTLAND, Ore, April IS (AP) I
Butter prints 92 score er batter, Z0-Z2c;
ataadarda. 13 le.
Eggs Paxifie neultrr nradneera' sell.
tag priaes; freen tstras, 14c; standard a,
lse; ateeiaaaa, lse.
Ooutrr saeata selling nriea to r
toilers: ceaetrr-killed bags, hast butch era,
andar 100 lba., 6-SHe; Tealers, SO to ISO
lbs -tH; spring Umba, 10-i5e; Umba,
yaarUngs, 10-lle; heavy ewe, 4e; can.
aer caws, S-4e; balls. 0-6 Ha.
Unto uregon walnuts, i&-ive; pea
ants, 12a tb.; Brasils, 12-14e: almonds,
lS-lSe; filberta, 20-i2e; pecans, 30a lb.
Ca seers bark bojlcg price, 19SS peel,
atte. . ....
Bopa nominal, 1931, H-llS U.;
contraeta, 193S, 12-lSe lb.
Bvttorfat direct to shipper: station,
15e; Pertland delieery prieea, 16a lb.
Lira ooeltrr net burins ariee! hearT
hana. eelered. 414 Iba- vp. 15-lSe; do
iSfuir rtoies i rrri f ANNIE ROONEY
in. ise: areeae. lze : eaaana. le-zue.
Oaians selling price to retailers: Ore-
ma. 8-B.BO cental: boilers. SO-7..
New potatoes Texas, S J.35 for 50-Ib.
sack. - '
PoUtoee local, BOe-fl.15; Parkdsla,
1.23; Desehntos, fl.25-us; easte
Seed patatoea (certified) earliest at
all, 1-1 e; early raaa, 1-1 Ha lb. Wool I
193S crop, ' nominsi; wiuamen vauey,
-6e lb.; ess tern Oregon, T-lOe pound.
- liar barier nrice front producer: air
falfa, $lS-ie.S0; eastern Oregon timothy,
1; aata aaa TateB, fia.
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TsMday, Aptfl i ts
T:00 Gaa4 morale g meditations, lei by
J. Herald Howard.
T:1S Betting np exercises, oMreetea by
11 :00 -General sociology:
.ConXUaC & H. M
PORTLAND. Ore- Aprn 24 (AP)
Oranges California narels, wrapped
fancy, IS-S.T5; choice, $2.25-2.50 box.
Grapefruit California, 12.25-3.50 ; Flor
ida, -gs.ao-a case. Lemoat vauiornin,
1 4.50-5.35. Limes S-doa. cartons, 93.25.
Banana bnnehea, 5e; hands, 6 Via lb.
8trswberrlea $2.40-2.60 crate, 20 plaU;
Flerin-Baeraasento zos, ga.au-a.so. . .
Rhubarb oatdoor grown, a-ae a.
Cabbage iorel. SH-Sa new crop,
California, 1-SHo lb. Onions selling
price to retailers ; Oregon, $g-g.S0 cen
tal; boilers, $fl-7; new Coehella. $4 crate.
Cucumbers aoiaoetse, eio-i.ov uoa.
finisneh laeaL SI mill box. Celery
Cslrfernia, $1.50 dos.; hearta,v$3 doses !
hf ashrooma hothouse. 00e lb. Peppers
Bell. Mexico, SO-SSa lb. Peae Califor
nia, HH la- Hwaa potaeoee -vanier-nla,
S4: eeathera Tame, $L3S-1.85 ba.
erate. CanUflowar local; T3o-SL25 craU;
Rnuknrr. Sl.BA-l.7S Crate. .
Tometeeo ftotaeaee, taaey, ia.
am 95a lb.; Mexicea. $2.50 repacked.
Lettuce SaaU If aria. $3.T crato. Aspar
agas California, groan. So la.; Mid-Co-lajabla,
gl.10-l.2S deien baaehes; Walla
WaJla-KannawtcK lie. ai box.
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