The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 30, 1932, Page 7, Image 7

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    . ! The. OREGON r7TATES31ANr Salem, Oregon, Friday Morning, September 30,1932 ?
Fall Plowing Held Back or
-Done Under Handicap;
. Harvests Closing
Mrs Alice Pattoh Guest
At Each State Fair Since
First One Was Held Here
7.ENA, Sept. 29. PolkTcounty
farmers are beginning to think
that Indian lammer Is here, with
its brilliant sunshine and mild
lovely nights. Usually at this time
of year the fields hare been pre
pared by rains for fall plowing
and in some Instances farmers
hare had all of their fall plow
lag and seeding done by the mid
dle of October.
"Dry Farming" Tried
This fall the farmers are look
ing in rain for rain clouds. When
dry farming, a It is called when
the farmer plows in molstureless
ground, the horses lose in flesh
and th,e driver, who Is working
- In a cloud of dust from early
morning until sundown, is cov
ered with a fine dirt which, when
mingled with perspiration, makes
him a muddy looking object in
deed. Farmers who work with trac
tors hare done some plowing but
generally most of the fall plow
ing is done after the first hard
Prune orchardists, on the con
trary, have watched weather tore
casts closely, fearing they would
MACLEAY, Sept. 29. Mrs.
Alice Pat ton, who is attending
the state fair, has spent her en
tire Ufe in the Waldo Hills and
has attended the fair every year was organized.
The first year of the fair Mrs.
Patton was just a baby and with
her parents, John and Temper
ance Hunt Downing, came with
their camping outfit in a lum
ber wagon from their Waldo
Hills farm to attend the opening,
which was a great event for the
Though in attendance every
year, the last few years Mrs. Pat
ton has not always camped; but
for about the first 30 years of
her life she never missed a year
of camping during the state fair.
Farmers Former Kings
Mrs. Patton says that in the
early days the fair was more of a
farmers' fair than at present, and
one thing that made it so enjoy
able wa3 that all of the heigh
bors went and camped.
She Bald -that the farmers
"took " the best they had" and
i , , ,
cioL nra
lose a portion of their crops
through brown rot should It rain.
Prune picking is no laughing
matter when it rains. Imagine
getting down on one's knees on
muddy plowed ground to gather
prunes covered with mud.
turned ! everything out "and when
they came back everything was
She said that in her family one
of the boys used to go home
once during the week to look af
ter the stock.
Draft Horsee Shows
Mrs.: Patton's father used to
exhibit draft horses and her
mother showed jams and jellies.
While attending the fair this
year Mrs. Patton will be a guest
of her son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jones, who
are among the state fair campers.
Endeavor Puts
Off Business
Until Sunday
The Christian Endeavor business
and social meeting scheduled for
Friday night at the w. R. Dangn
ertv home has been ' cancelled.
Instead,' a short meeting will be
held Sunday night at the school
house -
A number of 'people from this
community attended the funeral
services for A. Welnert at Leb
anon Saturday. Mr. Welnert is
the father of Frank Welnert, for
merly of this place but now Hv
lnc near Aurora, and Walter
Welnert, here.
The McKee school has 17 pupils
enrolled at the present time bnt
this will be increased by three
with" the return of the Albln fam
ily from Hood River after the ap
ple picking season is over. New
first graders are: Emma Erwert,
Ernest Beyer, Joyce Johnson, Jo
seph Vlstlca, and Junior Johnson.
There is no eighth grade class this
year. All of last year's eighth
grade graduated and there being
no seventh grade last year with
no new ones moving in the dis
trict there Is consequently no
eighth grade this year. This
school In the north end of the
county and Fairview school in the
south end were the first two
schools la the county to use the
new reorganised Fulkerson plan
This was first used during the
school year of 1930-31.
This new plan has proved
great success ia this school and
has been one of the main inspire'
ttons for other schools trying it
Miss Grayce Dunagan, teacher of
the Noble school, near Scotts Mills
and two of her pupils visited the
school recently to observe some of
the new work as the Noble school
intends to try this method this
year. Other recent visitors were
Mrs. Irma LeRiehe, county school
nurse for this section, and Mrs
B. D. Cannon.
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Space WQHH Not IPenrmmfilt
Maybe we have not listed every item th at, appeals to you this week. But come
in and see us anyway. Your Safeway Store is chock-full of good values ... ev
erything you need. Space will not per mit us to advertise them all.
Safeway Savings for Friday and Saturday, Sept. 30-Oct. 1
j i
Best Creamery
A local product
Xo. JQbag
Safeway for better
waffles & pancakes
Our Mothers
pound can
m ie sci ui is
The healthy breakfast food
Best Foods, full pts.
lb. sack
Feldman's Naphtha
Snowflakes O lb. box
SWEGLE. Sept. 29 School
closed all day Wednesday to al
low children to attend the state
Constance Fowler won first
prize on both cartoon and maga-
sine cover at the fair.
The following persons were
elected to serve on the student
body in the primary room: pres
ident. Ruby West and secretary,
Lorraine Meyers; vice-president,
Mary Whitehead, treasurer. Laura
Dalke and librarian, Velra Silvers.
A visit to the O. P. Bond dryer
revealed the fact that he la ex
periencing an unusually long run
of prune drying and the quality
is extra good. Pears and apples
are also being dried in quantities.
More seats for the primary
room were purchased this week
to accommodate the beginners.
Dallas Improves House
Theodore Dalke Is remodeling
his house and will make it a two
story building.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hoffman en
tered their twin boys In the pho
tographer's contest at the fair.
Prime Rose
An all purpose Hour
fancy large
lb. bag
Toilet Tissue
1000 Sheet C For
Rolls U
always fresh
aA -
Vacuum Pack, !b can
ml ml V
Staceys Make
In Fox Farm
LIBERTY, Sept. 29 The C. L.
Staceys are putting In some more
improvements in their box farm.
A cement floor in the feed house
is being laid and all the fox pens
being sanded. They now have 13S
in their pens.
Howard Musteen had quite a
spill" from his motorcycle early
this week, resulting in a broken
collar bone.
Mrs. L. R. Winkler of Park
way, Wash., is here to spend some
time visiting her mother, Mrs. R.
Tromble. The Trombles have an
apartment in the Zosel home. The
Ralph Warnock family are mov
ing from their place on the high
way to a place they purchased on
13th street in Salem.
Hazel Green's
School Enrolls
63 First Week
In order to eliminate part of Saturday afternoon's rush we are offering a real
value to induce our many customers t o do their shopping early effective
Saturday until noon only
nQ Pure cans extra 1 A lbs.
fine sugar, limit 1 U
Young and Tender. More and more of Yftr and TniW t
uracil give yourself a treat
lib sc , sgc jptt. flUg. SQc
mfcNice Lard or STEAKS
"sr Cofa. 3rt!ning AU cut torn .or Safe-
Very good to bake or Th y Best, Pure way quality Baby
boiL 4 to 6 average and Sweet Beef, nice and tender
HEj. 312 3 lbs. 2gg flfo. US
HAZEL GREEN. Sept. 29.
School began Monday with an en
rollment of 63: 33 in the advanc
ed room and 30 in the primary.
New pupils in the advanced room
are Ralph Smith andCarollne Kas-
pev, seventh grade; Merle Smith,
sixth ; James Schneider, fifth.
Howard and Yirgil Burnett are
staying with the Thomas Yarmans
on the Parmentler place. Quentin
and Helen Zieiinskl, children of
B. C. Zieiinskl; Mildred. Charlotte
and Eileen, daughters of Charles
Zieiinskl. Jr.; Miss Ina Zieiinskl.
daughter of Joseph Zieiinskl, are
attending parochial school, St.
! Vincents in Salem. Children of
Max Wood will enter St. Vincents
Miss Thelma Barnett began
school at Mission Bottom Monday.
Buy your meat where you get it good and Fresh, at Safeway Blarkets
Shower is Given
For Newlyweds
HAZEL GREEN, Sept. 29 Ed
ward Zieiinskl, formerly of this
place, and bride were surprised
with a shower at their home in
Sheridan Sunday. Three brothers
and their families from here, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Zellnski and chil
dren, Lawrence, Clarence, Ins,
Gertrude, Ronald and Gladys, Mr.
and Mrs. B. C. Zieiinskl and chil
dren, Louis, Quentin and Helen,
Mr. and . Mrs. Charles - Zieiinskl
and children, Mildred, Charlotte,
Eileen and Earnest. They -were
joined at Salem by his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zieiinskl Sr.
and Mrs. Gertrude Domgolla.
No. 37 162 N. Commer
cial. Phone 6169
No. 661978 N. Capitol
Phone 8620
$1.00 Orders DELIV
ERED FREE Excepting
- Features
No.' 519 270 N. Com
mercial. Phone 9432
No. 781927 State
Phone 9485
We reservs ths right to limit quantities
Pruitt Prunes Large;
Sold to Cannery Here
SPRING VALLEY, 8ept. 2$.
W. J. Pruitt has finished harvest
ing his prunes, which he sold to
Hunt Brothers. He has 15 acres
of prunes and has sold 1V tons
iof which 5 tons averaged 12
prunes per pound and the rest 13
, to the pound. This is an exception
I al yield of high grade pranes for
this season, according to cannery
- Prices
16 oz. Corn Qfl
Cake OeJC
5c Tampa Tropic Ci?ars
10 f,r 25c
5c Fighting Bob, Longfel
lows, Luis Espog, a fine
Manila O (
Cigar ejC each
Bex of 50s S1.49
5c Red Dot
Cigars U for
Box of 50s f 1.05
Special Value Luxury
2-lOc Pkgs. 20c
1 Corn Cob Pipe 15c
35c Value or
16 oz. Prince Albert,
Velvet, QC
Walter Raleigh ODC
Royal Baking Powder oz. 33c
Gold Medal Cake Flour & 19c
Tomatoes in Puree2
P&GSoap5 S
Heinz Soups Kinds 2 for
Blue Rose Rice 3 IS
Food AiSSi4
10c Super-Suds
Ivory Soap 5
Van Camp's Oval Sardines 4250
Fancy Oregon Walnuts 17c i.
Welch's Grape Juice 19c
Pure Strained Honey S tt39c
Rosedale Salmon 3 25 C
C. H. B. Catsup 2290
Save on.
6 for 25c
Close-Ont Special I
Zerolene Motor Oil
O gals. $1.65
1 sal. 35c. (Deposit for cans)
No. 5 grade only! Buy it for
tractors, etc. (Grocery Dept.)
2 lb. pkg. MJ.B. Rice Free with 3 lb. MJJ5. Coffee 79c
2 bars Giant Crystal White Soap FREE with each
purchase Palmolive Soap at 3 bars for 19c
Small White Nary Beans 5 lbs. for 19c
Swans Down Cake Flour Ige. pkg. 19c
Standard Peas (No. 2 cans) 2 for 19c
Package of 40 Embossed Napkins 5c
Old Milwaukee Brew 6 bottles 49c
Dainty Bits Grapefruit 3 cans 25c
Schlitz Ginger Ale 3 bottles 25c
10c Dromedary Pimentos 7c
Beverage Bottles 45c dozen
At Fred Meyer Grocery Department
50 pounds 39c
A real bargain for
thrifty buyers
Juice Oranges
2 doz. for 25c
A Sunkish orange with
Sunkist quality
: Fancy Tomatoes :
21 c"" 5n,9c
Now ia the time to can
Sweet Potatoes
5 lbs. for 9c
New crop, nice for baking
Fancy Cauliflower
2 for 9c
Fine solid heads
Cut Coffee Bills in Hdf
My-Te-Fine Coffee
2 ibs. 35 c
A cood. economical blend.
Roasted in Oregon! Oven
Fresh. Enjoy it while being
thrifty. (Grocery Dept.)
Check These Low Prices
Against the Sams That
You've Paid Elsewhere
$1 Thrift Guar.
Alarm Clocks
1 )Tf((
Highest Quality Goods
Fresh From the Makers.
Save on Every Purchase,
$1 Defiance
Watches for
50c Woodbury's Cleansing Cream 29c
25c Woodbury's Castile Soap 9c
50c Woodbury's Shampoos 27c
31 Fever Thermometers 59c
COUPON feffi
50c Strasska Original Toots Paste and QQ
50c Licorice Tooth Paste - $1 Value for OuC
4 oz. Cotv Sprinkle Top Toilet Water 99c
1 Pint Alder Antiseptic Solution 23c
$1.25 Absorbing Jr. 81c
35c Sloans 23c
35c New Phantom Kotex 9c ctn. (Limit 1)
Scott Tissue Toilet Paper 4 for 15c
65c Barbasol Skin Freshener 29c
50c Dr. West's Tooth Brushes 19c
With Each Purchase
14 Oz. Sazon Almond 49c
14 Oz. Sazon Lemon 49c
50c Jergens 27c
33c Frostilla 19c
30c Hinds II & A 29c
Kodak Film
Fresh Stock Eastman Film
No. 1168 Exp. 17c
No. 1208 Exp. 14c
No. 127-8 Exp. 14c
No. 1226 Exp. 32c
60c St. Jacobs Oil 39c
85c Moones Oil 69c
60e Jap Oil 36c
83c Enos Salts 47c
83c Jad Salts 47c
$1.25 Enos Salts S9c
60c Sal Hepatica.36c
60c Bromo Seltzer 36c
33c Castoria 23c
60c Syrup Figs 36c
50c Inner Clean 29c
$1.35 Pinkhams Com p. 83c
$1 Miles Remedies 59c
Home Remedies
1 Pt. Rubbing Alcohol 15c
1 Pt. Milk Magnesia 19c
1 Pt. Russian Oil 29c
1 Pt. Olive Oil 39c
1 Pt. Witch Hazel 19c
Home Remedies
1 Lb. Sulphur 9c
1 Lb. Affar Agar 69c
1 Lb. Psyllium 39c
1 Lb. Flax Seed 9c
5 Lbs. Bathing Epsom 23c
Toilet Soaps
25c Woodburvs 15c
25c Packers tar 15c
25c Cashmere Bouquet 15c
25c Conti Castile 15c
25c Cuticura 19c
2-Quart Guaranteed Hot Water Bottle
with Rubber Sponge Cover complete
New Gillette Razor with 1 Blue Blade 19c
2 giant bars of Crystal
White given FREE with
each purchase of 3 cakes of
Palmolive Soap at 19c.
Pills and Tablets
50c Cascaretts 29c
50c Chocolate Exlax 39c
25c Fee nam in t 17c
50c Yeast Foam 29c
25c Carters Pills 15c
, Coufum
Health Foods
SI Ovaltine 59c
50c Thompsons Choc. M. Milk 36c
t5c Gerbers Vegetables 9c
75c Dextri Maltose 59c
75c Bordens Malted Milk 39c
Face Powder
$1 Mello Glo 63c
75c Hoppers 49c
$1 Dona Rosa 69c
$1 Ponds 79c
60c.Pompeian 39c
Face Creams
1 Lb. Strawberry 49c
1 Lb. Lemon Cleans. 49c
1 Lb. Theatrical 29c
$1 Ponds 59c
50c Milkweed 33c
Talcum Powders
50c Mavis 29c
25c J & J Baby 14c
25c Blennens 14c
23c Colgates 15c
35c Djer Kiss 14c
Hair Tonics
$1 Danderine 59c
$1 Lucky Tiger 49c
$1 Wildroot 59c
$1 Scalptone 69c
$1 Vitallis 69c
$1 Phillip Lip Stick 69c
50c Pogo Rouge 29c
$1 Tangee Lip Stick 69c
25c Cheramy Lip Sticks 10c
75c Tangee Rouge 59c
50c Palmolive 29c
50c Wildroot 25c
50c Van Ess 29c
60c Watkins 33c
Rubber Goods
$1 Ladies Douche 49c
2 Qt. Hot Water Bots. 29c
2 Qt. Fountain Syringe 29c
Rubber Gloves pair 19c
All Rubber Sponges 5c
60c Evans Depilatory 29c
50c Ever Dry 39c
35c Mum Deodorant 26c
60c Odorono Instant 49c
60c Neet Depilatory 39c
Shaving Creams
50c Houbigants 27c
65c Barbasol 39c
50c Mennens 29c
56c Molle 29c
50c Williams 33c
coupon ijjt
50c Packers 29c
I pt Icy-Hot Vacuum Bottle and QQp
Rust Proof Lunch Box for UU"
Jergens Toilet & Bath Soap (cellophaned) 6 cakes 29c
75c Bath Brushes Long, Detachable Handle 29c
12 oz. White Rock or Schlitz Ginger Ale 3 for 25c
75c Coty Nail Polish and Solvent complete 43c
School Children's Lunch Kit with QQp
-pt Icy-Hot Vacuum Bottle, all for
Stock Up On Fred Meyer Home Remedies.
Quality Goods At Greatly Reduced Prices.
At Fred Meyer Toiletry Department
$1 Listerine 69c
$1 Pepsodent 59c
$1 Lavoris 63c
60c Zonite 36c
50c Detoxol 36c
$1 Annand
Face Powdei
with each
box of Ar
niand Face
Face Powder
ased at
Special Asst. 5c Candy Bars 2 for 5c
Vz-tb Mr. Good Peanut Chocolate Bar 10c
Fresh Midget Carmels, 1 lb 25c
V2-lb Cream Mints 10c
Dona Rosa Toiletries
Direct from Hollywood come these marvelous new cos
metics. Perfected by years of studio-testing, they are
favorites of the stars. Ask our salespeople about them.
Write Miss Dona Rosa Fred Meyer Shop and She
Will Personally Answer Beauty Questions
Best Teaat a Low Price
Fred Meyer
. Best Orange
Pekoe Tea
39c lb
Choicest India Black . Tea.
Similar quality ia tine, costs
double. (Grocery Dept.) ;
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mm c
- 170 North Liberty Street I ...
v (Between State aaa Court Streets)- -We
reserve the rlfnt to reasonably- limit tnantitiem. -7
Value Sensation in Tea!
:Fred Meyer
r My-Te-Fine
Pekoe Tea
J 25c lb- :
Good euallty black tea at a
woaderfully loir price. Bare!
(Grocery Dept.)..
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