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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem. Oregon, Friday Morning, September 9. 1932
WEAr CLUB HAS
FIRST FALL MEET
MACLEAY, Sept. 8 TKa first
meeting of the season of the 4-M
club was held at the hall Wed
nesday.' At noon a potluck dinner
At the business meeting It was
Toted to purchase curtains for the
dining; room of the grange hall.
Mrs. A. H. Fuestman and Mrs.
H. B. Martin were appointed on
the purchasing committee.
Mrs. Stella Culver was received
as a new member. Daring the so
cial hour a miscellaneous shower
was given for Mrs. M. A. Wells.
The next meeting will be held
October 13 at the home of Mrs.
A. H. Fuestman with . Mrs. H.
Phillips, Mrs. J. F. C. Tekenburg
and Mrs. W. A.1 Jones as Joint
Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Jones, Mr. and Mrs.
JL Clark.1 Mr. and Mrs. J.' F..C.
Tekenburg, Mr. and Mrs. W. Farr,
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Martin Farr,
Mrs. C. Baker, Mrs. D. Baker,
Mrs. W. B. Frlnk, Mrs. Ai-W.
pTuestman, Mrs. A..-F. Lewis. Mrs.
'A. speiorinn. . Mrs. u.. A., tspei
brink, Mrs. C. Carnegie, Mraj Stel
la Culver, Mrs. M. A. Wells, Mrs.
M. M. Magee.
30 Hop Pickers
To Iliihee Yard
Hop picking continued Tester
day to provide more Jobs for per
sons registered at the U. S.-T. M.
C A. employment bureau. Thirty
workers were sent to the Iliihee
yard. One farmer, one salesman
and three common laborers also
were placed yesterday.
Yesterday's was the second call
received recently at the employ
ment office for hop pickers.
Friday j- Saturday
A Bag of Samples of Nationally
With Each Purchase of
69c or Over
410 STATE ST. f -
Irish s La
294 N. Com. St., Phone 3527
IRISH -BING CO.
356 N. Liberty, Phone 9456
You'll sure find a dependable grocer to serve you at
your Irish Store. He knows his onions as well as his
groceries and will give you good "low prices every day"
Features for Friday, Saturday, Monday
Royal Club Coffee
1 Lb. Can 29C I 3 Lb. Can .. 79c
Corn or Gloss.
1 5 Lb. Pail
14 Oz. Bottles
Blue Bell Flour
Hard Wheat . j 49 lb. ek.
Broken Sliced, 2s
Red Mexican ...
In bulk. Bring container..
4U. 28 c
1 Pound Can
TTTIIXIAM MOORE, bookkeep-
YY per at ' th secretary of
state's office, brought a
fine bunch of red gladiolas up to
the cress room with a note at
tached, "For the Empty Dome."
The boys weren't sure for whom
the bouquet was meant so when-
erer in doubt they hand things to
your correspondent, so naturally
he accented the flowers witn
most grateful. Some persons not
so generous declare Holman still
dislikes the "subsidized press",
and shows it la this manner. Fig
ure it out yourself.
But still we are at a lose to
explain Just why the flowers
were brought to us. Perhaps a
guilty conscience, but 'if that's
the case, no dope has been out
yet to cause such a favor.- Per
haps he figured the boys at the
press room were dead tout
though he may not believe It,
he is wrong again. Anyhow,
thanks. Bill. The note indicated
they were meant' for ns.
And Charlie Pray has discover
ed our box of Bartlett pears pre
sented to us the' day before by
Mr. and Mrs. John Carkin, and
since this discovery they have
been going faster than ever, and
the police superintendent finds
time several times a day to leave
his desk to eome down to the
press room and enjoy some pears
Just our luck.
And here comes some good
news for parents having sons
and daughters attending col
lege. The state board" of higher
education announces a reduc
tion of 60 cents a week for
board for men and a cut in
room rent at dormitories.
Monthly instead of quarterly
payment of fees is also provid
ed in the revised cost schedule.
One of the fair young women in
the secretary of state's office is
'deserting the ranks of the blondes
; and she had such pretty blond
hair too. Miss Leota Beall has de
cided, or perhaps some one else
decided for her, that she should
be a brunette, and so she is now
well on her way to attaining that
appearance. Yet she is as good
looking as ever.
C. E. TO
MEET BE OCT. 7
An Intensive two-day. program
in teacher training was announced
here yesterday for the annual
teachers' institute in this county,
the meeting to beheld in Salem.
September IS and 16 in the high
school building. Plans for the in
stitute were made by H. E. Toble
of Stayton, president of thevMar
ion County Teachers' association,
and Mrs. Mary L. Fulkeraon,
county school superintendent.
Outstanding speakers on the
program Include Anthony Euwer,
Oregon poet and artist. H. R.
Laslett, director of supervised
teaching, Oregon State college.
ready selected their representa
tives for the rodeo queen contest.
Max Oehlbar, himself, selected
the representative from the exec
utive department Mrs. Tison.
who says she doesn't know which
end of a horse atopT first j Well,
which does, Max?
and C I Howard, state superin
tendent of edacation.
The institute program calls for
a series of departmental meetings
and a number of general assem
blies, teachers being divided la
the former on the basis of their
interests and convening as a group
for the assembling meetings.
Departmental speakers include:
Frances Wright, state director of
home economics, Marian Morange,
Carmellta Barqulst, Clara Pomer-
oy, Bemlce Skeen, J, C Nelson,
Professor James T. Matthews, Ada
Ross, Mrs. William E. Kirk, Miss
Harriet Long, all bf Salem; Olirla
DeGuire and Edna Speaker of Sll
verton; Dora ScheXfakey, Mom
mouth; C. D. Dudowld, Portland;
C . E. Rothwell, Eugene; Mae
Engle, Union school, Marion coun
ty; Allda Bigelow, state field rep
resentative, Red Cross.
Attendance at institute is com
pulsory under the Oregon law.
Are Busy Again
! RICKEY, - Sept 8 Chicken
thieves are again busy in this com
munlty. Eleven- hens were taken
a few nights ago from Glen Ms
gee who Uvea on the D. A. Harris
farm. Part of the hens taken were
purebred Rhode Island and part
purebred Plymouth Rocks. '
And speaking of the police
department, Pray is rather lone
some this week, and will be no
doubt until after the Legion
convention. George Alexander,
deputy superintendent, after
playing some contract bridge
the. night before, left early yes
terday for Pendleton for the
roundup. Captain H. W. Mo
Clain of the headquarters dis
trict, accompanied him.
Salem schools will not be af
fected by the state holiday next
Tuesday for the simple reason
they will not be in session.
Charles A. Howard announced
yesterday that although schools
generally would not observe
the date as a school holiday.
school boards may close school
for the day and any pupils may
secure leaves to attend the big
Mrs. Sheldon Sackett, secre
tary to the governor, and Henry
Hansen, political advisor, were in
Portland yesterday in conference
with the governor. It was under
stood Jiere the governor planned
to leave last night to attend the
Pendleton roundup. No members
of the board of control were pres
ent here yesterday.
Schedules for next week are be
ing readjusted in other depart
ments of the state for next Tues
day as well, and from all reports
Salem will be virtually evacuated
the day of the Legion parade. The
supreme court for one thing, has
advanced hearing on the school
tuition appeal from Marion coun
ty to next Monday.
State Treasurer Holman has
found a new medium in which
to answer charges against his
record as state official, the
Oregon Voter. Releases of his
answer to questions perported
put to him by Mr. Chapman of
the Voter were sent out by the
Voter the other night, and at
least one paper used the story.
Hal E. Hoss and Rural C
Holman are at the Pendleton
roundup this week. The usual
custom has been to make state
officials ride a horse during the
event. Hoss should feel perfect
ly at home on a hoes, and Hol
man has a ranch. The latter
may be a bit nervous however
as be is Invading the home city
of his opponent at the Novem
The executive department and
l the education department have al-
Releasing stories in this man
ner saves the press hoys the trou
ble of writing them here and put
ting them on the wire, and being
naturally a little adverse to writ
ing stories of this kind, they are
Prescriptions Drugs 1
MARKET DRUG STORE
C. L. WELLMAN
In "The Market" Phone 6188 470 N. Commercial
FRIDAY - SATURDAY - MONDAY
Canning Supplies 'Pills and Tablets
Rubber Gloves 1A 25c Feena- 1fi
(size 7) - 1C mint XvC
Finder Cot,. 20C Beduceoid. 89c
i iui i f
Prices Canning 1 A Exlax 1C
Comp : LVK. r0c N. R. OO-
Dill, Ginger, Saccharin & Tablets 0C
all the otner canning 1 1.00 Ironized CCr
spices Yeast DOC
$1.00 Oronite Fly Spray
Spanish Shelled Peanuts
$1.00 Blac Tulip Powder
50c Powder Jar with
2 Pkgs. Himyar Tobacco
1 Himyar Cigarette
Maker, 1 Cigarette Case.
5 ft Rubber
50c P.D. Van
Va lb. Theatrical
" $1.00 Lablack
50c Day Dream
v Rouge .
$1.20 Sal r
25c Zinc Oxide
S. M. A OSJC
75c Mead's fQ
Dextrimaltose .... OuK
Pure Castile Kotex Modess
1 ib. for 25c4 2 40c 2 f0r 30c
While the executive depart
ment has a selection worthy of
the contest, not so much eaa be
aid about the representative
from the edacation department.
They must have thought it was
a contest for king, as they pass
ed up the beauties in that de
partment and picked ou a
newshound to represent them.
But perhaps they couldn't
agree oh the prettiest girl.
Again We Offer
ID)TioIbHe (Gtoeeim Stiammg)
2 Days, Friday and Saturday
Ipeiiafl 3)S2ei? Wt?ee
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY
25c SIZE COLGATE'S TOOTH
PASTE WITH EVERY
35c Bottle Sharing
Lotion Free with a
75c Purchase of
Hotel Senator Bldg.
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Back to classes to books and papers and the three "RV Back to
all the fond associations mothers and dads, everywhere, will recall.
Between now and the ringing of the school bell next Monday stock
up with all the foods you will need for energy-giving breakfasts and
school lunches at Pan Takit's low prices.
Grocery and Meat Prices Effectire FrU Sat. and Mon., Sept. 9th, 10th and 12th
1 5c box Animal Crackers
with purchase of 1 2 lb. box
Snow Flakes v fjf
9 lbs. 24
Small White Beans, 5 lbs 19c
Van Camp's Catsup 10c
No2V2 can 10c
Rosedale Peaches JE
Pineapple fS No. 22 can 10c
Underwood's Deviled Ham
OATS Crystal Wed
ding, large Pkg.
2 lbs ---
Max-i-muM, 2-lb. jar..
5 Ib. can
Highway, 5 rolls
100 Vegetable Shortening
3 lb. can 29
CORN Country Kist
No. SOS can ..
Van Camp's, can
RED SALMON, Del 1 A n
Monte or Libby's, No. lrJLftC
Tiger Lily Flour, 49 lb. sack ...73c
Calumet Baking Powder ?l lb. tin s 25c
Rose City Macaroni, 3 lbs. 13c
Full Cream Cheese, Pound 14c
Porter's Macaroni 2 Pounds 19c
Airway Coffee 1005Pn?nto Pound 23c
Edwards' Dependable Coffee 28c
Firm and ripe, ready for canning
Geshia Brand, OA.
H's size WC
Boy 0 cans get tmmew Seek
Playing Carda trw
TeDow Denvers. Buy all you want
Locals, obtained at Pay'n Takit at lowest possible prices
LIME RICKEY, 1 Ql
Pale Face, bottle t 2X
GINGER ALE, 1 A
Pale Face, bottle Ivt
2 Camel Cigarettes, O r
packages W C
Crystal White Soap. Regular
5c bars while they last
EGD bars 252
Ohor toning cn i
Pore Vegetable Ib. Q M2
Choice Beef or Pork
Lean Sugar Cured lb. J lvu7L
Eastern Sugar Cured J I
zee or waidorf 1QP I Mayonnaise T
Tissue, 4 roUs l&K, I -ly ' lb.JL
- WE RESERVE THME RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES NO SALE TO DEALERS
Tune In! Pay'n Takit Morning Appetizers. Every Morning 7:15 to 7:45 RGW
Bologna, Liver Saus-T
sge, Minced Ham Ib. A
BccS to BoU
Good tender young Beef Steaks,
the kind you won't find elsewhere
for the same price
1- oz. Bottle Vanilla FREE r