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"The COlEGOrrSTATESMAN, SaUci,
Ore groat, Wed nesda y' ?JororL6ctsLc rl 9,'T. 52
STOCKS RETAIN PART OP ADVANCE
B1HTER THAN BREAD LINE
DROP IN EXCHANGE HURTS GRAINS
f. -. Will Plif
FINAL RITES ISELD
FOB JOSEPH OUPOR
T KBD BIILM
Hixsons Visit old Friends at
Scio; Woman Fractures
y Nose in Fall
SCIO, Oct 18. Funeral serr
lces for Joseph Oupor, who died
t an Albany hospital Friday
morning, were held at the Rich
rdson Gap hall Sunday after
noon at 2 o'clock, ifth interment
In Franklin Butt Masonic ceme
tery. Mr. Oupor Is snrrlved by
three sons. Joe Oupor. who resides
in Scio, and James and John Ou
por, who lire' on farms close to
the home of their father.
Dr. Loren E. Bogan and Mrs
Bess Ford, "both of Eugene, were
quietly married at the home of
George Sutherland Triday night.
in tne presence of only the re
quired number of witnesses. The
lrlde and groom spent a few days
visiting at the Dean Morris real
dence in Scio.
' Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hlxson and
son Junior are spending a few
days Tisiting at the Merle Cyrus
home. Mr. Hlxson was former
manager of the Standard Oil com
pany plant at Scio, but has been
stationed at Toledo for tbe past
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Feeber of
Toledo are spending a few days at
tbe Charles Hodge residence. Mr.
and Mrs. Rell Morris of Detroit
were weekend visitors at the P. H
. McDonald and Merle Cyrus hqmes.
Mrs. Vannie Shelton suffered
fractured nose when she fell at
her home recently.
Dare Horsburgh has been con
fined to his home for several days
Almond Orchard of
27 Treet Produces
500 Pounds Nuts
KEIZER, Oct. 18 Joseph
Schjlts living en a ranch north
of Salem in the Keizer district is
elated over his crop of almonds
this year. He has an orchard
27 trees 9 years old which bore
SOI pounds of fine nuts,' this
being the first year they have
borne any amount.
Mr. Schults harvested the crop
alone and is drying them in his
prune dryer. They are of good
size and quality and he has had
no trouble in disposing of them
A limb on display in the
Statesman office is three feet
long and bore over 60 nuts.
Grade Et raw 4 milk,
ce-op pool price, 11.23 per
- Borptas 82c
(Milk Ml. M IMi-MtlUr
Mtterfit infill.) -Betterf
at, sweet, 81c.
Butterfat, sour, 10
TXUTT ASXt TBOSTABLZS
File paid Stow an by Salem karats.
October 18 . ., .
(Tks prices below, aoppUe by Weal
rroeor, sro India tit of Ui Jally saarkrt
bit iro not MruiMi by T-o Stataasaia
mtaoor coeamtters. -
HotkMM eicambers. f"
oeinncr or looaccos
Not Quite Enough
NEW YORK. Oct. 18. (AP)
Stocks refused to be smoked com
pletely oat of an early rally by
late selling of the tobacco shares
today, and the market closed gen
erally higher, nearly cancelling
Trading was axaia dulL Al
though livelier haa yesterday; it
also had a highly professional ap
pearance. Ia bonds. U. S. Govern
ments looked best with an assort
ment of new 1S32 highs.
Met gain of 1 to 2 points In the
valla I.4..lt4.l. - a itin
"'"' us-wns-us nu auuues nmkiiiu ,unkM j in
made the tobaccos look especaliy I Carrots, do.
soft, althoaeh the- finish! nn- I Bttf. local, iot. 10 to .IS
American Tobacco "B" and Lig
gett & Myers "B" were down near
ly 4 at one time, closing 2H low
The markets opened firmlv and
did rather well up to early after
noon. Gains of 1 to 4 were l&rre-
ly cancelled coincident with the
special selling, but a late buying
nurry stiffened Quotations all
along the line. Leaders, however.
did not return to their forenoon
tops. U. 8. Steel, Bethlehem. Am
erican Can. Allied Chamlc-L Hat-I Tomatoes, lit
eral Moors, Sears Roebuck, Har-1 cuio"".
vsier, v.onsoiiaaied Gas. Wool-1 Onions. Walla Willi
worth, New York Central end I Orion. UbUb. S5 lbs.
Southern Pacific were about 1 to
1 net higher. American Tele
phone. American Can. Union Pac
ific, Case and Santa Fe rained 2
to 3. Transactions totaled 1,029,-
Winnipeg Activity; is
Confined to May;
Deliveries ' '
Turnips, local, dot. ,
Greea peppers, lb.
Local eabbare. l top
Radishes, dom. baneoea
Onions, dom. boaehea -
8wm( potatoes. 100 lbl ,
Celery hearts, dom.
Local celery, do.
Lettaea, erata '
Sweet eon, dom,
-T5 to 1.0
Pears, bw local
String bean, lb.
Peaches, Sihriytt lag '
.05 to .01
Roodlssa crapes. Calif, (wholesale) .SO
lee eream ".!- . , j .
Pickling onions f wholesale) .04,
musk eqaasa. u. , "
Local mnakaselont, lb. nm
Bickleborriaa, wtaiL IK -.lt
riala rrspea 14
StTawbarHem, erata . ,, ... 1.5B
IiIm of Pino grape frait, retail t for .SI
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 18. (AP)
Product exchaage. set .price. : Butter, ex
trai Sle, itaadarda SO He, prima (into
SOe, firtta lc. Eggt, freih extras 28c,
freab mcdiamt 22c.
Delielooa - --
Oanliflow 'er. No.
Top, ItSS, lb. ..
Top. 1M1. lb. .
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 18.(AP) .
noaat vpea Higa l,w Cloia
Mar S2 52 sa siu
December 48 48 48 48 K
Cash wheat: Big Bend bineitem 56;
oft white 47; bard winter 46 H; north,
em apriag, weeten white 48; westerm
Oat -No. 2 white $17.
Cora No. ZK yellow $19.
Millru Standard $1S.
Light beam. -.
..IS aid .14
OBADT AND HAT
Wheat, weatara rod .4$
White. No. 1 50
Barley, torn, top . 15.00
Oata, white, toa 15.00
Cattle Home From
Summer Range Held
For Better Market
LYONS, Oct. 18 Lawrence
Trask made a trip to Minto moun
tain the last ot the week to bring
out his range cattle. He came
home Sunday, but was unable to
find all of the stock. Those he
brought home -were in fine condi
tion and ready for market.
A couple of Salem buyers hare
been here to look them orer with
prices quoted. So far Mr. Trask
has not considered It profitable to
sell. His cattle are mostly large
type and from one to three years
And Cabbages Are
Oata, gray, toa. top
Hay. bailee price
Oata aid reteh, ton
.16.00 to 19.00
PORTLAND. On. Oct. 18. f AP
Butler Priata, 98 acer or batter. 28
24c. ataadarda 2213c
E Paeifie Poaltry Prodacera' iU
iat pricei ; freak extrea 26c, atandardi
ne. meaiama xzc. pallets 16c.
Covaty meats Selling price to retail
era; eeuntry-UUed hogs, best butchers,
ander 150 pounds. 6-6e; dealers. 8O-100
pound. 6&-9c poand; lambs 9-He.
yearling fre. heavy ewes So, cinner cow
2-2Hc bnlU 4-4H.
Nots Oregon walnuts 15-19e pound.
peaaaU lOe, BraiiU 12.14c, almonds 15
1A filbert S-T2e, penas 20o,
Caaeara bark Buying price, 1932 peel,
Hops Nominal. 1932, lS-lSe.
Butterfat Direct to shippers; station,
16e. Portland delivery price, churning
cream. 18-20c pound; awiset cream higher.
Lire Pool try Net bn-inr nrica- hT-
bens, colored, 't pounds, 15c; do me
diums lie: lights 9e; springs, colored,
16; all weights, white, 13c; old roos
ters 7e; dncki. Pekins, 10-lle.
Oiions Selling price to retailers; Ore
goa 70-75e cantsl, Yakima 6t-65o cental.
Potatoes Local, 76c cringe her; Dea
ehntes Oean 90e-$l. Tskima Gems, 75
Wool 1932 dip. nominal ; Willamette
TiUey 1215c pound, eistera Oregon 10
12c. Hay Baying price frm producer; il
falfi $12-12.50. clover $9-9.50. eastern
Oregon timothy $17-17.50, oats and
T.OO to T.SO
Alfalfa, valley. 1st -ttiag9.0O-10.00
Lambs, top , , .. 4.00
Hogs; top S.TI
Hogs. Urst cuts
CHICAGO. Oct, It (API-
Jolted by a big break la British
Exchange to the lowest . point
since January, wheat aad other
cereala reacted sharply from ad
rancea scored today.
An unsettling tuflasnee was the
fact that gOTernment-sponsored
supporting operations at Winni
peg appeared connnea to May
wheat contracts, with the Decem
ber delivery left to shift for itself.
Indications of a better export de
mand for United States hard win
ter wheat de-eloped last before
the close, 100,000 bushels- being
bought at the best premiums on
Wheat closed unsettled at the
same as yesterday's finish to
lower, corn M- off, oats at a
shade decline, to an equal ad'
Today's closing Quotations:
Wheat: Dec, .4SVi-; May,
53-: July, .55.
Corn: Dec, .25-: MT. 30-
Oats: Dec, .15-; May, .11-
; July (no trading.)
P. T. A. Diploma is
Given Mrs. Miller
. : i . - - .:
SUBLIMITY, Oct. 18 The wal
nut growers around here are sow
busy picking their, walnuts. Jo
seph Shulte. has a hunch of pick
ers ia that walnut orchard, as he
has been waiting for the rain be
fore starting to pick.
Mr. and Mrs. George Odenthal
and children hare mered on a
farm at Shelburn.
A group of friends gathered at
the home of Mrs. Hannah Wted
ner Sunday tight to celebrate the
birthdays ot Marie and Joseph
Those present were Georgina
GloTer, Adeline Biesterer, ' Doro
thy Starr, Agnes Lulay, Josephine
Weber, Frances Weber, Amandus
Frank, John and Joseph Koealg,
Myron Blades, Ernest Zuber, Ed
win Zuber. Ernest Rlesterer. John
Weber. Emerson Lahr, Lawrence
Boedlghelmer. Carl Zimmerman,
Frank Rancher and . the honor
guests Marie and Joseph Wied
ner.. Alois Hassler and Theresa Mil
ler were married Monday morn
ing at Jordan.
MONMOUTH. Oct. 18 Mrs.
Ines Miller, who headed the de
partment ot rural education at
the Oregon Normal school, prior
to Its elimination from the cur
riculum, has this week receded a
diploma from the National con
gress of Parents and Teaehers.
This was tendered Mrs. Miller In
recognition of completion ot a
course In Parent Teacher work.
and authorizes her to teach such
work where it may be offered as
a part of school Instruction. Mrs.
Miller is the only person in the
state giTen this distinctive honor,
K1EPKB Vf HOSPITAL
TALBOT, Oct. 18. Frank Kle-
per, who was seriously injured
about 11 weeks ago when he was
kicked by a stallion belonging to
E. B. tHennlngsen, was taken te
a Salem hospital Sunday where he
expects to be tor a month.
It may be necessary te open
the leg and serape the bone.
Dressed Teal, tap
.JDl to .04
Reception is Held
For New Members
Of Veterans' Post
INDEPENDENCE. Oct. It.
The formal reception for the Ini
tiation of new members In the new
post et Veterans of Foreign Wan
was held Saturday night. The
meeting was an open one.
Dr. Scott, department com
mender; Alfred E. Whiteside,
state adjutant, of Portland; Bry
oag Conway, Junior Tice-conuaan-dsr,
of 8alem. and the degree team
front Peninsula post: ot Portland
took charge ot the Initiation of
the 15 new members.
'After the initiation Dr. Scott.
Mr. Whiteside, Mr. Conway and
Dr. V. J. Libell of Portland gave
short Informal talks. Luncheon
was serred to approximately 200
guests from Portland. Salem, Al
bany and Independence.
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RITKRVIKW, Oct. It The-
Famiara' aalon met Saturday
algaL. Mr. Thomas et Cooa coun
ty made speech a tae acaoos
merger btlL The Ralph Mae Don
ald, Paul Bartalk aad John GardV
I ner Laxaiues presentea ut 104 low
ing program: play by La Vaun
aad Mildred Gardner 1 and Eari
Bartalk: eoag by June MacDoax
ald; harmonica music by LenardV
Bartnlk, accompanied by Clifford
Kelley; piano solo and reading
by Alice Rose, Refreshmenta were .
serred by the Otto Tanker, Jean
Kelley aad 'Smith Holt Famuiee,
Mrs. John Gardner la aerlously
III at her home here ot tin. ; Fer
ris Gllkey, small aon of Mr. aad
Mrs. Orrllle Gllkey, broke hla
I arm while at play tn school Tues
Alfred Scheiman returned to
work at Silrer Falls Sunday, the
logging company opening ap for
the first time since Juae.
ef Ctotsdah. CaL.
aartea, he a
late the CaZlfa
aeds that caazhi the
aetirUses ta early days. He Is H. YaaMate
ha asXa eg eats at
to Bra eat ads aaaaZl geUfieM estfaJaga,
Griggs Speaks at
In Ankeny Bottom
TALBOT, Oct. 18- The regu
lar meeting of Ankeny grange was
held Saturday night after the
meeting of the subordinate and
Jurenlle granges. The time was
de-oted to a talk by Victor Griggs,
who is running for district at
torney, and who gare an Interest
tag talk. At pot-luck supper was
serred at a late hour.
Silver Medal For
BETHEL, Oct. 17. Arno C.
Spranger will receire a allrer
medal for a 97.7 per cent score en
grade A raw milk at the Pacific
Interaational Lirestock Exposition
at Portland. His dairy lacked only
three-tenths ot 1 per cent of win
ning a gold medaL His grade A
raw milk graded the highest of
any around Salem. This is the first
time Spranger has erer competed,
as his is a new dairy.
Win Honors; Riley
On Platform Much
HUBBARD, Oct, 18. Two lo
cal girls haTe been chosen for glee
club work at their respecthre col
leges: Helen Knight was one of
two freshmen chosen for glee club
at Willamette unlrerslty, and
Dorothy ScholL also a freshman,
was chosen tor glee club at Ore-
gen 8tate college.
Dr. Riley has aa extenslre
speaking schedule this week. Mon
day night he spoke at Can by be
fore the -Commercial club. Tues
day he spoke before the Rotary
club In Portland, and Wednesday
before the Salem Health club et
To Lay Off Crews
MEHAMA. Oct. 11 - Floyd
Monroe has been called back to
work tor the SOrer Falls company
after a lay off ot sereral months.
The men employed by Hammond
Lumber company are laid oft tor
a matter of about two weeks due
te a breakdown on the Ledger-
The Hammond stage and ser
eral large trucks hare been stuck
ia the detour to the temporary
bridge since the rains. Edwin Ku-
bla was called to help pull out the
tracks with his caterpillar.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mulkey who
hare, until recently made their
home la Washington are here to
spend the winter with his folks.
the W. P. Mulkey family.
WEKM3 TO SILVERTOX
GRAND ISLAND. Oct. 18 T.
W. Weems, who with his son Au
brey nd family came from Al
abama last winter and since Feb
ruary hare been residing on the
Buffey estate, left Friday for Sll-
rerton where he will be employed
for a month before returning to
his Alabama home. The son and
family plan te spend the winter
at their present location in this
Wffl Meet Friday;
Voting is Slated
i am ratio or leacners to pu
pils increased from 19.8 in Mich
igan In 19X0 to 81.8 last year.
HATES VTLLE. Oct. 18. The
first meeting of the Hayesrille
community dab will he held la.
the schoolhouse Friday night, Oc
A speaker from the Unlrerslty
of Oregon has been secured. It ia
necessary to hold election of offi
cers tor president and secretary
Dr. Ellis, who was elected presi
dent, finds It Impossible to assume
the chair, and Miss June On deans,
former secretary, has mored te
"Com On China!,
By WALT DISNEY
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GRAND ISLAND, Oct. 18
Adelbert Smith, local truck gar
dener, grew some unusual speci
mens among his various crops this
past summer. During the melon
season he bad three pairs of twin
muskmelons. The melons of each
pair were ot standard size but last
grown together. In his cabbage
patch he found another oddity
when he discovered a stalk upon
which were growing two nice
sized head3 of cabbage.
Six Acres of Squash
Yield About 90 Tons
TALBOT, Oct. IS This part of
the valley has proved to be ideal
for raising squash. D. E. Turnidge
planted about six acres of squash
this last spring which yielded be
tween 80 and 90 tons of beautiful
squash, being nearly all of mar
ketable size and quality. This erop
does not require much cultivation
and Is easy to harvest.
THIMBLE THEATREtairing Popeye '
Now Showing "Presented to Court'
PORTLAND, Ore, Oct. 18. (AP)
lame luweipts 35. cures 10; she staff
25c or more higher in spots.
Steers. 600-900 pounds, medium $4
5.25, cirnmoi S2.50-4.25; S00 t 1100
poaids. medium $4-5.25, common S2.50
4.S5; 1100-1300 pounds, medium S 4.35-5.
Heifers, 550-850 pounds, medium, S3.15
4.25; caramon 2.25-3.25. Cows CAM $2-S;
low cutter and cutter, $1-2. Balls, year
ling excluded, jood and choice (beef),
S.-2.T5; cntter, common aad medium,
1 1.50-2. Veslers. milk fed, good and
choice, $5-6; medium, $3.15-5; call snd
common, $2-3.75. Calres. 250-500 pounds,
good and choice. $3.75-5.50; common and
Hog Receipts 200; qnotably steady.
tizht lights. 150-160 pounds, good and
choice. $3.35-4.15. Lightweights, 160
180 pounds, $4-4.15; 180-200 pounds. $4
4.15. Medium weight, 200-220 pounds,
$3.35-4.13: 220-250 pounds, $3-3.85.
Hearrweights, 250-290 pounds, $2.85
3.75; 290-350 pounds. $2.75-3.50. Pack
ing sows, 275-500 pounds, median and
good. $2.50-3. Feeders-stockers, 70-130
pounds, good and choice, $3-3.75.
Slaughter sheep and Iambs Receipts
200; generally steady.
Lambs. SO pounds down, rood aid
choice. $4.25-4.50; medium. $3.50-4.2$;
all weights, common, $2.50-3.50. Tear
ling wethers, 90-110 pounds, medium to
choice, $1.25-2.85. Ewes. 120 poinds,
medium to choice. 75e-$l; 120 to 150
ponds. 75c-$l ;. all weights, cull to com
WALNUT HARVEST STARTED
JEFFERSON, Oct. 18 Wairittt
harvest has begun in the orchards
around Jefferson. The rain has In
terfered with the picking, as one
can only work between showers.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1$
KQW Portland 620 Kc
7 :15 Sannyside Heights.
8:00 Morning Sunshine.
8:15 Little Orphan Annie. NBC.
8:45 Crossents from the Lor of the
9:30 Cooking school.
10:00 Piano duo.
10 :15 Entertainers.
10:30 Woman's -lagaxina of the Air,
11:30 The Man from the Boath,
11:45 Anna Lao Snyder.
11:15 Report of salo of 4-H elub stock.
12 :23 Weatera rm and Homo hoar.
3:00 Therein Lies the Difference,
2:15 Dromedary Carers a,
4:15 Royal Vagabond.
5 :00 Terrace Gardens. ,
5:15 Pisa o Surprise.
S:80 Senator fiteiwer.
6 : 4 5 A a ton Weeks' ereheatra.
6:50 Talk en school consolidatioi bill.
T:S0 Ooldei Memories.
S:00 Arno ' Andy. HBO.
8:15 Billy Joies aad Krelo Bin, HBO.
. 8:80 Teammates.
t :1 5 Ad en tares of Sherlock Holmes.
10:25 Ma4 Hatters.
10:55 Cordon Onstad.
11:15 Dancing with Vie Meyera, X05IO.
KOIH Portland tiO Ke.
:00 KOIK'i Kloek.
7:45 Organ concert. :
9:80 Ooldei Melodies,
t:15 - Iat-ed'- orehottra, PLBS. ' -"
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0:45 Columbia Rerua. CBS.
10:00 George Hall 'a orchestra, CBS.
10:80 Madiseu string ensemble, CBS.
11:15 Columbia Artists recital, CBS.
11:30 Kiisaoeta UartheM, DISS.
11:45 Columbia salon orchestra, CBS.
12 :30 Madame Bella Forbes Cutter CBS.
12:45 Four Eton Boys, CBS.
1 :00 Book of Life.
3:00 Feminine Fancies, DLBS.
6:00 H Bar O Rangers, DLBS.
5:15 S tippy.
XOAO 560 Kc Corrallis
7:00 Morning Meditations led by Bst.
8:00 Morning Concert.
10:00 Homo Economics Observer.
12:00 Noon Farm Hour. ,
2:30 Better Health and Longer Life.
8:00 Dietary Caution Wbsa Catting
Food Cost Mrs. JesssmLne C.
8:30 As Ton Like It with Anthony
T:10 "Review of the Pacific lateras
tional Lirestick Exposition," Z.
7:30 Radio Shorthand Contest con
ducted by Prof. H. T. Vino.
8:15 Chats About Past Polities.
8: BO Farmers' Unioa Program Wash
lngtoi County Farmers' Union.
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By JIMMY MURPHY!
" We Are Paying
Andresen & Son
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OH. WHAT I KN3Y AS0UT
YOaCASPEU VOU COULD
Wfe KNOCKED ME OVER
VflTH A FEATHER WHEN
HEARD (T! H0WCOULD
YOU 00 SUCH ATHlMCr?
DONT TELL ON
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t FOLKS KNEW
WHAT 1 KNOYf
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AND BLAB IT BUT If
WORLD ABOUT MOD 8EJN&
AN IMPOSTOR! THE PAPERS
WERE FOUL Of ST0R1E3
ABOUT YOU RNCJNC1N6i
KNOW YOU .
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BX EEN WITH YOU IN PU&LlCf THEY JCt
CUR050FA 7EATHER FLOCK TOGETHER AND
V I ASS0C1ATS WITH YOU MUCH L0N6ER
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BUT THERMS NO USE CF
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