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yOREGOfrt May 211932
FINAKClAi; NEWS HELPS IGRAINS
STOCK MARTS N OT ENTHUSIASTIC
Shares Gain Slightly
At First, Average
IsnHff Changed v
Revival Efforts are
Accepted at Their -Face
CHICAGO. Mar -0 (AP)
Wheat traders ahowed ardor to
day la taking at face Talae re
ports of a concerted new effort
by financial and ; Industrial lead
ers to energise business revival.
A maximum upturn of 1 7-8
cents a bushel for wheat took
place, lifting the market to the
highest point since April 27. In
creased complaints of crop dam
age to domestic! winter were a
contributing bullish factor. "
Wheat closed nnsettted 1 1-4 to I Gr
-A K- -.-.- finish KM
io. i m .....u.., , rti,f eabbare
Grade a nw 4 DkilJu
.co-op pool price, f IAS per
Factory milk 83c
(Milk based April fcatterfat
Butterfat, sweet, 18c.
Batterfat, soar, 18c
P.TJTT AJTD VEGETABLES
Prlea paid to jrewers hj Salem buyern.
Bee, CaUt, eret -
Turnips, Calif, crate
Carrots, Calif, crate .
California Outlook Poorer
And Surplus Cannot be
" Marketed There
PORTLAND. May 20 (AP)
Weakness In the butter trade In
California continues a factor
against prompt moTement of lo
cal and other northwest surplus
es. Make of batter at practically
all Pacific northwest potts con
tinues In excess of recent weeks
with Increased offerings from
outside points as well as Portland
. Batterfat values are Inclined to
as off too.
xhera remains a Yery unlet
trnAlnv f n m In Mi mi.t.f fn.
eeet hers with no ehanee In aiiot- corn S-8 to 6-8 np, oats S-8 to Tomatnea. local hothouse
i Mm-. tw ,-!- r 3-4 adranced.
C O-O P r a t ire distributors. Re- iH? 8 nosing qua .hum. Potatoen. ewt.
celots continue heavy.
Demand for chickens at current
slues la fully sufficient to keep
the! trade cleaned up daily ac
cording to leaders. The call per
sists most in the cheaper priced
Market Is well stocked with
country killed calves and prices
are a trifle easy at the late price
In the market for country kill
ed lamb trading, while of liberal
Tolume, Is quiet In spots with
more or less weakness in the
price. There Is an extreme of a
dime In this market. Others down
to Sc. Hogs are unsteady with an
extreme of 5c lb. for best light
Owing to the rainfall in north
west strawberry sections, receipts
here for the day were scant with
' practically the only quotable lot
In yolume from Kennewick. These
sold to retailers mostly $2.50 for
24s. Local stock sold $2.00-2.75
according to quality. Callfornian
were In a slightly better position
as ia result of the northwest
Price of new California yellow
Onions Is slipping with Increas
ed offerings. Sales were shown
during the day down to $1.50 per
SO lb. bag. Wax are unchanged
to lower. Old Oregons are prac
tically off the market.
LOCAL 'OH IBS
Wheat: May 57 1-4; Jly. old Appiea. wrapped, bn. .
58 5-8 to 3-4. new 58 1-4; Sep. C"- 'J
new yoHion, VtUL,
. t .a m . r m a tv&m
uiu v i w .v. v. cukea, hot boos 83 to SL00
63 1-4 to 3 -8. I Spinach, oranre bos
Cnrnr Mav 50 2-4? Jlv. 28 to Rhubarb , , , -, ,-. ,. 01
33 1-8; Sep. 35 1-4. . Dec. 35pI-4. tf.Se.T&t ft
uau: May zs i-s; Jiy. a-o; Aspsragn. aos.
Sen 22 B-8: Dec. 24 1-4 to 2-8. ?,if-.
Local lettnce, orate
70 and .80
PORTLAND, Ore.. 'May 20 (AP)
PMidlH.. .T.h.nn nft rtci: butter.
extras 18; standard 17 tt; prima firaU J Broilers
17; firsts 16. Kg is, fresb extras I i
fresh mediums 13.
GRAIN A WD HAT
Wheat, western red 58 to .60
Whit, bo. 58 to .60
Barley, ton, top 22.00 to 23.50
Oatft. ton. too 22.00 to 23.00
Hay, bnyinr price
PORTLAND. Ore., May 20 (AP) Oats and Tetch, ton 12.00 to 13.00
Wheat Open High Low Clot I Alfalfa, ralley, 2nd cutting 13.00-14.00
61 61 hi. 60 60fc
...58 58 58 58
,68 56 56 56
9 59 5 59
Cash markets: wheat: Big Bend bluo-
Hog, first eat
NEW YORK. May 20 -( API-
Security markets mad a cheerful
gestare or two today la response
to new- credit expansion plana, bnt
refused to wax Tery enthusiastic.
Stocks, after gaining I to 1
points at the opening, dosed ir
regularly with narrow net chang
es so well distributed there was
no variation in the final average.
Some stocks held up fairly well.
Westlnghouse derlred aid from
the supposition- that Pennsylran
la's electrification program, facil
itated by reconstruction finance
corporation aid, would help the
company. Case followed the wheat
market higher. Domestic oils held
up their recent reputation for
firmness. U. 8. Steel rose a point
but . closed with a small loss.
American Telephone yielded all
of a 2 1-4 point rise.
Heary spots included Chrysler,
Royal Dutch, International - Tele
phone. Ralls followed the Initial
rise, but lost heart, although as
sured no July 1 defaults were
coming. Transactions totsled
GROUP HT MUG
group from the Erangellcal
church her was la attendance
Thursday at the Salem District
Woman's Missionary society rally
Add at the Corrallla Eraagellcal
church, with Mrs. Glen M. White
man, of Albany presiding. Mala
Speakers were Rer. Pettloord of
the Albany church aad Miss Vema
Hertsler, returned missionary
Those who attended from
Falem were Dr. aad Mrs. C. C
Poling, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Peebles, Mrs. O. Bewley, Mrs.
Augusta Smith, Mrs. I. D Cooler.
Mrs. L. L. Thornton. Mrs. J. T.
Ulrich, Margaret Ulrica and Mrs.
O. N. Thompson.
Sixty-four delegates were reg
istered from 10 societies ia the
H I FID TO
.01 to .01 m
.05 V, to .06
-02H to 03H
SELL IT TWO CENTS
t.m 70 Ur soft white, western white 61;
hard winter, northern spring, western reo
OaU No 2 white $25.00.
Corn No. 2 yellow (E) $22.50.
Millrua standard 18.00.
. PORTLAND. Ore.. May 20-MAP)
Cattle 100, eaWes 20; fairly steady for
quality staff. .
?Wl??ir.Zl 'A number of Salem Rotarians
1 V . . . 1 t
6.00-7.00: Btedinm 5.00-6.00; common I neaaea OT i. in. rage, ciuo presi
4.00-s.oo; 1100-1300 lbs, good s.oo-6.50; I dent, went to Portland last night
medium 4.75-6.00 Heifer; 550-850 bs, t(J Rotary club dinner glren by
fZZ 8.50X50 ' CoT. Tood 4.50 bo ; 0. the Portland Rotary club to oth-
I and M. 2.75-4.60; low entter and cutter I er clubs Of the ralley. The affair
1.50-2.75. was tireliminarr to the conren
Hog 6000, Including zib oirect; 1001.. - . T-t--ft1
hieher 1 iiuu ui nuwij jumuauuu..
Light light 140-160 lb., good and I which meets next month in Se
cboic 8.15-4.00; light weights. 160-180 Uttle. A large delegation came
Ib. S.75-4,00; 180-200 b... 3.75-4.0U; . f Seattle for the affair
WOODBCRN, May 20 Indica-
medium weight 200-220 lbs., 3.15-4.00;
I 220-250 lbs. B.oo-3.8; nesryweignts iu-
290 lbs- S.B5-3.75; iU Bill IDS, z.o-
tloas are that the Ray-Brown 'a Kftn in.inj.
Cannery here Will commence 0P-Jln 18s direct; top prices barely main
era-ions Tery soon, prooaoiy me i uinod.
latter part of next week. The can
nery has bought much of the crop
in this t Iclnlty, Canning of goose
berries will also start soon. It has
been stated by Dean Ray, super
intendent of the eannlng plant.
The hulled Marshall strawber
ries will be barreled. Probably
some of the berries will be frozen
at the Hillsboro plant by the new
process. This year the cannery Is
BE SPENT IN III
Marlon county's $100,000 road
appropriation for 1932 for use on
the North Santiam highway will
go entirely into work in Linn
county, the county court an
nounced Friday. The $100,000 ap
propriated by this county will be
used to match a $100,000 outlay
by the federal bureau of public
Originally it was planned that
the county should spend Its $100,
000 this summer widening the
12-foot road now running be
tween Gates and Detroit Hedda
Swart, county engineer, belleres
it would be advisable to hold up
this construction In the hope that
the railroad line running to De
troit may eventually be aban
doned. In case this line is aban
doned, construction work on the
county's road will be much easier.
At least $100,000 can be saved In
avoiding cutting the heavy banks.
To be Resumed
May 24, Stated
Hearing of the case Involving
the rates charges and practices of
the Northwestern Electric com
pany, will be resumed in Portland
May 24, Charles M. Thomas, state
utilities commissioner, announced
The hearing originally got un
der way In Portland several
weeks ago, but was continued so
as to give the electric company
time in which to examine certain
data presented by the state and
complete its record. Thomas said
it would require approximately a
week to complete the case.
Much of the evidence thus far
offered in the case was of a tech
nical character, and dealt princi
pally with property valuations,
depreciation and improvements.
In thft 'ChtircrK
tOaaMwe tram page )
t pjsw ZiU stasy TaosAaf voala.
Maotiajs Tr4r aaA Batarfay OTaa-Us.
st. jomrs rrAxagxiciJ.
- UTTEJULAM .
Klssoarl fyaod. Coraor ltk ai A
ctraeta. JUrr. H. W. 4roaa, aaatec B-gtiak.
aantsaa a 0:4S a . Ctansaa aetilus at
11 'ataak. Suday aeaeal a t 'alaak.
Was. O'k'aUl. Hmat. O ftraaati i aer
vieas aa May 19. JTartaar aaaaaacsanati
st. a-AUXt's anscoPAX.
Chare aad Chaasofcata trea. Bar.
Ooa. H. SwUt, raetar. Haly Caiinal
7:sv ia. Maniac rayar ul anBai 11
SJB. Ok are. aehaai 9:43 aj, Lymm l.
Miss Freeman to
Miss Elizabeth Freeman, who
has been attached to the staff of
the Marlon county department of
health, first as visiting nurse and
later as supervisor of nurses, has
submitted her resignation to take
effect June 4. Miss Freeman said
she would take a vacation for a
time before returning to work,
and wished to express her appre
ciation of kindnesses shown her
during her service In this county
OHBXST BTABQ-XICAI, J.TXTKK&AM
fcigatee-Uk aad Stata atraota. Bar.
Aaaea B Mian ia. A. It- paatac, 4rar
auMi aarvica 9:4 aa. 8akt! "Taa
Boaadlaaa Bavalatiaa at tka Triaaa Q4
ia tka Work at Badaaiptia-." BagUak
aerrieaa 11 aoa. Sabjeet: 0 taa Dapika
at tka Biekaa af tka Wisdam aad Knowl
edge at 04." 8amday aekoal 9:49 aja.
Mra. A bum X. Miaaaaaaa, Supt. Lather
leagaa 1 pa. Martha Battarasaaa, leader.
rxaLswooD ubtted bbbthb-jt
Caraar North 17th aad Nebraaka
streata. Hot. B. V. Wilaaa, pastor. 8bb
day chooi 9:45 sjl Merniag worakip 11
a'cloek; aabjeet: "Tka CaU ta tka
Heights." Kveaiag worsklp 7:30 o'clock ;
subject: "Biaking la tka 80a." Teaag
reopte a meeting o:so 0 clock; sabjeet
"How ta Use Masia in Worship."
Moat ia tka Nalaoa kail, 961 Caeaaoka-
ta atroot aa 8aaday aeeaing. Msy S2.
Father day program will ae pat oa aad
a fall attendance of the membership
requested. A poblie circle is girea fro:
5:30 to 7:30, followed by a soag serrn
and lecture at 8 p.m. Mary SchwedaL
The sermon will be preached, at Sam'
mit Sunday morning at 9:45, followed
by the Sunday school at 10:45. Sunday
school at the Ford Memorial ehorch at
9:45 a.m.. followed by the morning ser
mon by the pastor at 11. Kpworth lt-ua
6:30 p.m. rening sermon at 7:30. sub
ject. "Hallowed Memories," followed by
Holy Communion. Monday at 8 p.m. tha
rarious board 01 the church will meet ia
preparation for the annual conference
meeting Jan 21.
Center and Liberty streets. J. R 8i-
moods, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a.m.
Morning worship 11 o clock; subject: Ia
neuron aa UptsteV Trio "Th Lord is
My Shepherd" Koshsrt.
Corner Marion and Nortk Liberty
streets. Brittoa Ross, Minister. Bible
school at 9:45. Pred Breer, Supt. Morn
ing worship at 11. Special mosie by choir.
Sermon. "The Christian's Astnranee."
Jr. and 8r. B. T. P. O. at T a'cloek.
Prayer meeting at 7 a'cloek. Ironing ear
rice at 8 a'cloek. Special music br
choir. Sermon, "Th Harlot Woman or
Will the Church bo Sunk!" Mid-week
prayer mooting aad Bible study Wednes
day at S p.m. 7:43 p.m. the Bibl ehooL
orcnestra win on eg the musical prelade.
pja. La lac, rraaeaa XUamaa. ' Keoning
wwrsMn a . truaas " lsyer.-- sue-
week aeine Tamrsaay. a e -av
Vtnlu venUs 11 a'eUck: aabioett
Tka Aald Test at Ckria tiaaity B iS
worshla S a'eUck; sab 'Tat Op
Dow.'r Taaav PoapVa mootlaaT f
a'aloekt abe 'CfsiftuiB,-; -
ThunoeaU and Parry atroeta. L CL
Baa cay aahaat at
CLXAB LA KB Ckarek aekael IS
W. P. CoUard. Swat, it. B. i O. B.
al 11. Intrme4ieW-BV L. C X , at 7.
Haw U Us Mama U Warsaia." Bibl
atady elaaa Taaaday S fum.
B. sv Bthoaarmsa. yaatan X1SA uatea
TKmra mixuttt . -
Kalsar aekael kaaaa S mi lea aartik af
Bala la ptaoa af moetlag. flatfltea keld
lacalariy. Uayaa BeelL minister. Ckarek
ckal aehaai at IV 'eUw-. W. a.
Swpi, Yoaac Paawla'a teple.
Taking Plaeo taa tka Horn LUe." Plana
far Childraa'a ear ta aa asaaa. Boaiiaat-
las eaasautto will meet. Worship aerviaa
at 11 a-eioen. laiaiit " Xraaslstutg aiag
far llis. aa avaauag tamest.
XJLTTZB DAT SAXBTS
Kelaoa Building, earner af Ckoaukata
aad Liberty. Baaaay school at 19 aja.
Preaching at 12. Mataal Impraeo-taat
associatiea Tharsday arening at1:S0.
rxasT cevxcb or thb xazab-ocb
lllh aad Oaatar atraata. Ker. PUtehar
Galloway, pastor. Boetdeae 8035 Msr
kat atroot. Phone 9639. Tha pastor will
peak Sender from the foUnwias aaa-
ieeu: 11 svbv "Taa Beaosaaaleaes af
HoUaeaa, or tka Desire af Beery Uerie
tlaa." Bpoeial maaie by tka large chorea
choir. 7:39 n.au "Pattar aad Home.
Ma. S af a series aa tka home. g-eral
maaieal aoiaetioaa will ho fee tared. Sua-
day aekoal 9:43 a.m. P. M. Lit wilier,
Sept. M. T. P. 8. aad Junior aoeioty
6:30 p.m. Mr. Paal Hardy, president.
John Priesem, jaaior super iser. Prayer
meeting waaaeaday. T : p.a
Church street between Caeaseketa aad
Center. Bee. P. W. Ericksen, pastor. 11
s.m. Dr. Alria E. Bell, Toledo. Ohio, who
write Illustrate Bible tnp aad Ha a
day school lesson for the "Oeatral Press
Association. Special music by tka
choir, directed by Wis. MeG-ilekrist. 7:30
a.m. Dr. George H. Hillermaa. Berkely,
Calif.. General Supt. af Am. Board, of
Missions. Topio, "The Greatest of all
8ias." Special masie by the choir and
mala quartet. Sunday school at 9 :45. A.
A. Brneger. Supt. Letter leagaa at 6:30,
Mrs. Harold Warden, (peak oa ehareh
masie. This will b convention week af
tha Pacific Synod of the United Luther
an church of America. Monday evening
Dr. Kathan K. Heluoro, editor af Tha
Lutheran, Philadelphia. Pa., will spesk.
High nnd Center streets. D. J. Howe.
pastor. Besidence 1026 M. Winter. 8er-
riee 11 a.m. aad S p.m. A. M. ermoa
topie. "The Homelaad." Sunday school
9:45 a.m. O. J. Hull 8npt. Yeung Fee-
ple'a meeting 6:30 p.m. Week-day aer-
riee vjeanosdsy, t:io pja.
Sunday aerrieoo begia with a graded
church school at 9:40 a.m. Mrs. W. A.
usrka, Hopt. Cradle Boll program.
Preaching aerrieea at 19:50 s.at. aad
7:80 p.m. E. T. P. OV at 6:30 p.m.
morning sermon "UoH i raithfnlnesa.
P. M. "The Dying Flame." Baptismal
service. Wodaesdsy oreninr rrayer aer
ie. Thursday areaing. choir rehearsaL
w. an Locbran, pastor.
ULBISH ICXSSIOaT BVABSEXICAL
MIDDLE GROVE Church school 10
a.m. T. P. Walker. Sunt. Worahln and
Communion service at 11. Senior E. L. 0.
E. at 7. Toole. "How ta Caa Mnsie in
Worship." Prayer mooting Wodnesdsy at
LABISH CENTEB Church school
10 a.m. W. A. Starker. SapL O. E. at 7
Waste a. pa
p-ns. B. 0. J
at a ajja.
try" ia tka ankiaet, Xvaagaliatia aorrtea
OL Pemaea. Saat. Chnxek viea
S pja. 'Christ's Uaakaagi-f Mmia
at T:43 p.m. Special number by tka anaie
snartot. Taaaday evening Bible atasy aa
1:45. Wadaoaday a It era ooa prayer ana
lag at S:89. Tknraday UUowskip aadl
prayer aervtco at 1:45 pan. Saturday af
ternoon ckiUiroa'a akareb at S a'eWeaw
Mra. H. Olaaa U akarga, BOaa T. Alders em
aaaisUag. Teaag Paopia's amHng at 1 :4
rxBST CEtracat or cttbist.
Caaaaeketo aad Liberty atraota. 8aa
day aw rit e at 11 --u aad, 8 pja.
Sabjeet. "Seal aad Body." Sandap '
chool at 9:43 and 11 aoa. TvsUmoap
aseetiag Wedaeadsy at S sua, Baadiag
room at AOS Mason 10 temple a pea from 11
to S:S9 except San days aad haUdays.
OTTT OOSPBX. nrra-fopr
S49 Kerlk Commercial atraat, H. Eaa
a. pastor. Servieoa Saadart Sundar
acaoal 1 :43. C. Oaaaaa, Sept. Prone king
8 pja. Sabjeet. "Ta Ara My Witaeaaea.'
Sanday evening. 1:45. evanrelistia tak
joct, 'The Wiea aad taa foolish Yir
gias." Toung People' aervica Saturday
JASOB LEB K. a,
JeCferaaa aad Win tor atraata. Bow.
Hugh B. Pauka. Jr. pastor. Ckarek aekoat
t 9 :45; morning warship at 11. Dr. D. H,
Sckulso af Willamet aniveraity apeakUa
aa "Alibi Chriatiaaa." Epwertk asagaaa
at T pja. At S pja. a religion draas
ia three scene will ho presented.
nJ TT- 1
uau 1 ueme 01
"Dad" is to have his Inning
Sunday night at the Church of
the Naxarene when Rer. Fletcher
Galloway, pastor of the church
speaks from the? subject, "Father
and Home." This is the second of
a series of four Sunday night
mesages on "Christ and the
Home". The other two subjects
wiU be, "The Home's Best
Friend" and "The Home's Worst
Enemy." In connection with the
last message of the series, an op
portunity Is being given for every
one to give his opinion oT what is
the greatest enemy of the home.
ALLIABCB OOSPEX. TABBBVACXB
655 Perry street. W. H. Caldwell, pas
tor. Phono 8693. Sunday school at 9:45
am. Mr. Gilbert White. Supt Morning
worship at 11 a.m. Evening evangelistic
service at 7:45 s.m. Prayer service on
Tuesday aad Friday evening at 7 :4V
Toung People's night Tbnrsdsy nt 7:45.
Market aad North Winter streets. 3. B.
Stewart, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a.m.
The Voice From Within"
The Sunday morning service at
the Knight Memorial church has
been arranged in celebration of
spring. There will be a nature ser
mon on "The Miracle of Spring."
Preceding the sermon the organ
ist, Donald J. Allison, will play
Mendelssohn's "Spring Song."
"Trees," a solo by Maynord Mo
Klnley and "Morning" by the cho
rus choir are the musical num
bers to be heard.
By WALT DISNEY
Lambs 90 lbs down, good and choice
4.50-5.00; medium 8.50-4.50; all weight
common 2.50-3.50. Tearling weathers V0
110 lbs. medium to choice 2.00-3.00. Ewes
ISA lha . medium ta choice 1.00-1.50: 120-
150 lba 1.00-1.25; all weight cull to
common .50-1 00.
Portland Produce H
PORTLAND, Ore, May 20 (AP)
Butter prints, 92 score or better, 20
22e: stsndsrds. 20-22c Eggs Paeifie
requiring that the berries be hull- poultry producers' elling price: fresh
ed before they will be accepted. V15 Mai"iK 13e: med'um''
Local growers are getting two Country meats selling price to retail-
centS a pound lor Marshall berries era: country-killed hogs, best butchers.
thin vr an romnarftrt with six a,, 100 ,D- Testers, 80 to
Wis year, as comparea wun si- 100 lbt s-stte; spring lambs. 8-i0e;
and a half Cents last year. lamb, yearlings, 5c; heavy ewes 2-3c;
At the Hillsboro Cannery the eanner eow. 4-5e; bulls. 6-6 He.
Plant IS being run night and day. Mohair-aominal buying price. 1932
many tons of spinach being pack- ftu Oregon walnuts. 15-I9c; pea-
d and frozen. Several truckloads nuts. 12e lb.; Brasils. 12-14e; almond.
. TTtii-i 15-lfie- filberta. 20-22e: pecans. 20e lb.
OI spmacn ro .em to ,n 3UU'u C.scar. b.rk-buyin. price, 1932 peeL
irum nuuuuuiu every uigui, libit-
Hope nominal. 1981. 11-11 lb.
traeta. 19 J2. 124-13e.
Rnttarf&l rlirect to shiooers: station.
15e: Tortland delivery prices, 16e pound,
Liv poultry net buying price; heavy
hens, colored, 4 lbs., up, 14e; do me
rtinm lAe: lirht 9c: licht broilers. 10c;
colored roosters, over 2 lb., 16-1 8c; old
roosters, 5c; ducks, Pekin, 15e; geese,
8-10e; capons. 18-20e.
I Onioaa aelling price to retailers, uro-
Ia place of noiamg tneir 1 nurs- Pon, 33 3.50 cental; boilers. ( ): new
day luncheon next week, members cocheii. was ni.-i.ou; yeuow. .i.
. - ..... . . 1 1 1 n ira.
Of Lions CIUO Will tae a irip on Wool 1933 crop, nominal; Willamstto
the Portland General Electric valley, 6e lb
company's railway to the power .ry PJj
pianu auovo jumscsus, 6 1 tBy $io; eata and vetch 14.
or tne company, w. h. tismuion,
- fT -. f he's COAING ! I'LL b v :Y GOS,trS VWSOKjCti& 1 1 ViagV S-Wb-SIH, 1 1: SiH f5&' 1 li
1 1 - 1 -HAVE TO HUftftV ANO S S HERE MEBBS VfTl V TrttSlS.g ITr-Ti 11 t VOMvTvJ M k I Mil
I XA be? at the? shack v -A&iw4m was r-rJP rJufizLl "BU! I If llJ 13 vW Rn S S m v4i
V t j
THIMBLE THEATRE Starting Popeye
Now Showing: 'Toreye Knows His Vegetables
Lions Will Make
Jaunt to Power
Salem manager, and W. R. New- P1.;f0 7nAiaklM
myer. rural service agent, will dl- rrill.3, Vegetables
TeLtht,,,1 I a ,, 'il- will PORTLAKD. Ore., May 20 (AP)
The Lions and their Vlves WIU Orange California navel, wrapped
leare the local power COTPany Of- fancy. 83.75; eholca, $2.75. CanUloupe
flee, 273 North Liberty street, at ln."'. ; 0,?r,,r,allI!'
7 O'clock Sunday morning and re- lemons California, 35-5.25 ease. Limes
turn around 8 o'clock in the even- 5-dos. cartons, $3.25. Bananas
. bunches. 5c; hands, Stte lb.
ln Srrawberrioa Florin. Sacramento 20e,
81.50-L75: Oregon 24. 32.50-3,50.
n TT Cherrlo California tartarian. lOe lb.
b aTmerl UniOn -Now potatoes Canfomi gsrneU. 8-
X ClllllCia tA4StAA JHc; white 2H-2 lb. Rhubarb out-
m , j. rr door mwa. 2Ue lb. Cabbage local
i O KiaLUer Itrrt? I lb.; new rop. California. 8-4He.
fatatoes iocai. uc-fi.ij; rHiMn,
81.25: Desehnte. 31 25-1.35; eastern
Annual convention Of the Farm- Washington. $1-1.25. Seed potatoe eer-
ersiJJnlon Will open In Salem tified) Earliest of all. 1 lHe; early
MayS and continue for three Veiung prteo to'reuii.r.; Or
days, L. H. McBee, State presl- ron. $3-aSO eenUl; boiler. ); new
d9nt. announced Friday. . CoenHa, $185 crate Cncumher hoi-
v v. ni InrtndA Maror baaaa. 40c-$'.25 do. Spiaaeb California,
Speakers will "elude W01 ti.25 do. Pepper bit. muco. i5o lb.
Gregory, Max Gehlhar, state ag- p California. s-7a Jb.
rlCUltUral director: A. R. Cole- Sweet peUtoes California, ( 1 :
vnam nnit Hunrirn TTvsloD of Ore- southern yams. $1.25-1.85 bn. crate. To
man and UeOTge "yS'OP V" mltoe hotbonso. fsaey. 17 lb.: choica,
goa State college. The second day 15e0,b . Mi(.a: $3.50 4 repacked, it-
f the convention Will be dOYOted tnee Tha Dalle. $1.25-1.50 crate; Ssa-
to i the consideration of reports ta Marl SS.-sh Aparag.i.
- j .Iltlr, ' . I mid)olnmbia, $1,85 2 pyramid; local,
ou.-ww. $1.85 2 pyramid
ins aiienaancB l sum jc -
convention will be larger than
ever before, McBee said.
Jason Lee Youth
A religious play In three scenes.
"Simon's Wife's Mother" will be
nroaowtod Rnrnlav nleht at
8atnrdar. Msr 31 1..,.. .v. t v
1 Ktn W.T.nr..lll. O ClOCK. at WO sauu uco ncvuu-
T:00 Morning madiUtiona, led by Mr, dlst church by a gTOUp Of young
12 ;35 Market reports, crops nnd weath
er lore east.
S:55 Market report.
6:15 Kands-Stritmater orchestra,
6:80 Farm fcotuy .
KQW 620 Xn. Portland
7:30 Organ concert, KBO.
S;0O Merrie Mea and Glenn Sister,
a -HO Roloiat. NBCL
9:30 National Parol aad Homo bow.
10:30 Woman' Mgatin at taa Air.
11:30 World Bookman,
11:35 Bagdad. Shelley.
12:15 O. M. Plnmmer. .
ta ;30 Lanebeoa concert. NEC.
1 :30 Strinc-wood ensemble, KBO.
2:15 Tea Time Baiaar.
5:30 First Kighter, HBO.
7 vOO Amos 'a1 Andy, B0.
- TO Amoa Andy, KBO
f ."80 Cello Concert.
Sr80 Spotlight, KBO.
10:30 Maataa Eohoe. VBeV
seonle of the congregation.
The play has been coached by
Be slab Graham j Characters are;
Simon, played by Roy Cole; Adah,
his young wife, Esther Black;
Zellah, his wife's mother, Loise
Benjamin; Andrew, his brother.
Donald Watson; Rizpah, a neigh
bor, Frances Graham; Mary, RIs
pah's child, Marian Boyle; John,
fisherman, William llesseman;
James, fisherman, Gerald Mint on
and Phebe, a friend, Wilms God-
Th dramas was written by
Lydia M. Glover, and tha scenes
are laid in Simon's home in
Capernaum, in the early days' of
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'Ereryday's a Party Day"
By DARRELL McCLURE
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TOOTS AND CASPER
"The Colonel's Getting Up His Dander"
By .JIMMY MURPHY
JUST FIVE DAYS
TO BE A
LOT OP '
ERE WE SEE SOPHIE
HOOFER IN A HUDDLE
WITH HER ATTORNEYS!
TUB TIME IS DRAWING SHORT!
THERE IS STTU. MUCH TO
BE ATTENDED TO! MANY
.DETAILS TO BE ICOfsln
BUT-!) OUT! THEIR CASE MUST
BUZZ'.) A BE AIR TUtHTt
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UK Btxrz! f-n
SOMEBODY MUST BE INFLUENCING
HIEl I LOVE HER! 1VE TPiEfi awrv
; TRIED TO THINK OF A WAY TO STOP
THI-S DIVORCE I HAVEN'T lilVEN UP
HOPES YET, BUT ONE THING IS CERTAIN!
I DONT CARE WHAT SHE SAYS
ABOUT ME AT THE TRVUl,B0T I WILL.
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Helium Srdlc. It. Cr Hr-Trtertr-s.
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THAT I I'LL FIGHT F1PE
WITH FIRE! SOPHIE HAS
HER ATTORNEYS, SO I'LL
rET A LAWYER. MYSELF!
fM -rONNA PUT MY FOOT -1
DOWN AND SOPHIE WILL, fl
THANK ME FOR IT WHEN J
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BUILDINGS IN THE FORE tROUND'
THE HOMES BEYOND THEM ANO
THE RURAL SURROUNDINGS IN THE
DISTANCE! IN THOSE HOMES AND
BUILDINGS ARE MEN, WOMEN AND
CHILDREN! A MILLION PEOPLE WITH
BUT A SINGLE THOUGHT1. THE ONE
SUBJECT OF CONVERSATION
THE ONE EVENT PARAMOUNT
IN THEIR MINDS
IS THZ HOOFER DIVORCE CASE!
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