The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, October 28, 1932, Page 7, Image 7

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    The OREGOX STATESMAN, Salem. Oregon, Friday Morning. October 23. 1932
PAGI! SCVEN
HUB U!E
M HBSW
Couple Came . West After
ling Some Time on
Nebraska Frontier J'c
Spendi
West- Salemv:NfeTO:;v
" MONMOUTH. Oet; 27 Mn and
Mrs. j; L. Mardoclc ob&erred their
14th wedding angtrersary thii
week at their home la Monmouth,
and were pleasantly surprized
when their, son Gearze Murdock
f Chicago arriTed by auiomoMla
with his wife for a 1 0-day Mslt
witn them.: -
Mr. and Mrs. Murdock hare 11t
ed in Oregon SS years, and were
pioneers of ' frontier Nebraska.
When only 1 years or age Mr
Mnrdock accompanied bis brother
Milo from Pennsylvania to r Ohio
where they leased land and raised
corn, ac tne age or zu lie baa ac
quired land In Nebraska and built
a little shanty. Miss Sarah Eliza
beth Scott, a girl of 1. was. wait
ing in Pennsylvania to hear this
news, and on doing a Bhe started
out alone for Nebraska: She reach
ed her ; destination October 21,
1878. and, they were married. For
18 years they continued to make
Nebraska their home. - j-
Since coming to Oregon they
hare lived In many sections. Mr.
Murdock followed farming con
tinuously until 1908 when he
went into the creamery business,
being affiliated with plants at
Kelso, Wash., Jefferson, Shetburn
and Monmouth.
He has been retired from ton
tine work foT several years but is
never idle. Building new homes
and remodeling old ones in Mon
mouth hasbeen his work on his
own property here for a long
time. He rents the houses to stu
dents and" faculty members of the
Oregon Normal school.
Six children were bona to this
couple and all are living: George
of Chicago, P. E. of Monmouth.
Louis J. of Corvallis, Mrs. Earl
White of Eugene, Mrs. Clyde Kid
dle of LaGrande and Mrs. Lee G fi
ner of Florence. Four of the chil-
WEST SALEM, ait. iT.-Tbe :
business house of Eyerley d Witf
Ick,: truck; and auto ' repair'.-on
Edgewater street; has I been.: taken
over ty cuaries Wldick. who win
now-be sole owner ana pronrletojr
of. the business. There, hav been
Eeveral bouses sold here thl3 week.
two of them are the houses that
Ae Barry. Casebe?r and,M Bur
ton families 'have occupied .on
Franklin ,andVKlngwood avenue.
Dale Watson eighth grade, stu
dent, who has ben working in
the L. L. Sioper store was was sec
retary of the student, body ot the
West Salem school, moved back
to Ms ; home ntr Portland this
week;-. hia' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Watson,; coming tor him.
Miss' Lorene Smith is the new sec
retary. Other officers of the stu
dent body are Coianell Ferguson.
president; Mary Biffey. vice-pres
ident. Those lit the eighth grade
room elected to office are Aleen
Douglas, president ; Edwin Maerx.
vice-president, and WUUam Thom
as, secretary. --j .
Vi&itors From East
Some of the out-of-state visi
tors here this VFeeivwere Mr.' and
Mrs; George Ferguson from Iowa.
recently here from, wan Pegro.
Cal.. who . were house auests at
the- home of Mr. and. Mrs. Wilbur
P. Lewis. They report that things
seem better in the west than la
Iowa Former neighbors' in the
Black Hills of South Dakota -were
the Elmer Klmblea, now ot Glen
wood. Cal- and the B. A. Shofls
ot West Salem. The Calif oraians
surprised the Shoffs. visited here
for several days then continued to
Portland to visit Mrs. Shoffs sis
ter. The Puritan cider works Is
about the basiest place in town at 1
tinur tune - or year. - with:. th fall ,
harvest " rusfcin. Cider, vinegar,
grape Juice and- apple nectar are
some of the products being Made
at this busy faetory.i -' h --,V?U
' -.t a icpuaiican, Tm.uj in uaitas.
November S, Lyle Thomas, presi
de nt ot the Hoover-Curtis elub ot
West Salem, will be one of the
-speakers. . - ' - " ' .
- School rWram Today T ' ' '
Hallowe'en'! the holiday of aITi
joe year ier ine eniiare-n. and tne
school children in the tour lower
grades will play '.appropriate
games,' bob for apples and make
the popular favors and motifs at
school Friday, afternoon. Pupils
of the sixth and seventh: grades
ere planning more elaborate 'en
tertainment, those ; of.- the sixth
grade giving a program, to which
parents and friends .are Invited.
There will be two plays presented
and refreshments served. .In the
seventh grade room a party win
be fives, with children committees
in charge: entertainment, Inex Ma
erx, Daisy Minton. and" Charles
Jones; refreshments, Hoy Phillips,
uaxine Smith and Eloise, Fergu
son; decorations, ;Marjorte -HeK
sen, Alice uonrier ana Rosena
Ttemlngton. : - .
Mrs. C. L. Dark, was' hostess to
members of the Women Foreign
Missionary society at hera home'
Wednesday afternoon when the
new year's work was begun with
Mrs. John A. Tantiss having the
study, which began ther new book
en China, "Lady Fourth Daugh
ter.' Mrs. Lester DeLapp led de-
votlonals.
Hfstor
. Contest Featured
By Bethany Xluh
THANT pet.. z7-Bethany
community dub. is making . plans
for -writing tr Watery of the" com
ssuaity an4er theprcject plan pro
posed by- Professor Parse ,of the-i
Univereity -ox Oregon. - The - Beth- i
any district contains .much of his
torical interest as it was in this
p mm unity (bet? one- et Oregon's
ilrsfc Christian-, eh urebes .was or
ganised.. , , , ,. - i,r' . -k' r
f la charge of .writiagrtrJe Wstory-
are Mrs. Stewart. Mcdiure Mrs.
Albert Idlkklescnr, and, Henrw Tor-
vend. Heny 8 prick it president of:
lav emtji -o ' ' . T : '
ACrTHBB STUlKVt ILL v'
OERVAISi:Qci. .J1. r Etoes-j
LMbler underwent an operation: for
acute appendicitis at St. Vincent'
heendtalvln Portland' Monday. El
mer-is ft 'sophomore in the Gerraia
high schooL. This; is the second
high school coy to: be taken with;
this malady In . the- last 1 days.
Alexander Esson was operated en,
at Oregon City a week ago Sunday
xugns. :r ; v i. T. -i ' : : '
dren are graduates of the Oregon
Normal school. There are 10
grandchildren.
, Mr. and Mrs. George Murdock
left Wednesday for Chicago and
will drive home via the south-central
route. They will visit with
Mr. Murdock' s sister in Eugene
and with. Charles Graves of Sac
ramento, a brother of Mrs. Murdock.
Sill
Saturday
SENSATIONAL
BARGAINS
Metropolitan 5 -10 -25c Store
148 North Liberty St.
Kitchen Remodeling
Is Done by Church
SILVERTON. Oct. 27. Work
is under way at the Christian
church remodeling the kitchen.
Mrs. W. C Livingstone and Mrs.
Eva Neal are heading the commit
tee making the arrangements.
The labor and mtaerial is to be
donated. The actual work of re
modeling Is being done by men of
the congregation.
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'Arduont tttidyikg under
urti&ciat tight rtquire$
lit aid okr glvssa gwtj
itfidivi vision.
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MIDGET-MARKET-
Originators Of Low Prices 351 State St;
WHEN WILL IT STOP
There doesn't seem to be any limit to prices dropping.
This week they are lower than ever. The quality is the
best. Salem's only market selling inspected meats ex
clusively. REGULAR PRICES, NOT 'SPECIALS'
FANCY MILK FED VEAL
J '
THE BEST
7. "V !
fffiad I?i?S(0
137 S Commercial
Tel. 401
Veal Steak
c lb
1
Veal Roast
This is the lowest price prime veal has sold for in the
memory of the oldest inhabitant.
Veal Breast
For Stuffing
5g lb
Leg Weal
Whole or half
Mclb
The firm white meated kind
. Young Pig
Pork Roast
FOR LESS
Purex, 2 quarts ..... 15c
60 IE
Bisquick
.Biscuit Floor
u Cutters Free 26c
Sperry' Deal
1 Pkg. Pancake,
1 Wheat Hearts, -I f
ALL FOR IOC
Dainty Lean
Loin Chops
12c lb
Del Monte Ptxrnpkm, 2 size, 2 cans 15c
Young Pig
Pork Steak
Fresh
Ham Roast
lie lb
"Flavorized'
Giant Size -Crystal
White
Soap
V Cakes '10c
1:
American Beauty -
Brand ".-....
2 Cans Oysters,
1 Can Shrimp 0
ALL FOR UlV,'
Flavorized,
Peet's Granulated
' . - Soap
7c
; 23 ounces, '
'Package .
i-Zl VOranges
f Sweet and Juicy
, 10c Dozen
10s
Rolled Oats
Sack .
21c
Del Monte Coffee
Pound
Jams, lb
ESacon, sliGed, lb
Small Picnics, lb
Mttage Rolls Jb
Hoin Baclis, IL
me
' - -v :
15c
.Oo
-Is
13
Swans-Down Cake
Flour
.Tints for Frosting' Free
21 t Package
Pure Cane Sugar
10 Pounds 39c
Pure. Pork
Sausage
loll
IXMTT
Pure Pork
Links
Tall Milk, all brands, 4 cans '............15c
5 Sweet.
Potatoes
3 8 Lbs.
- r , .-
Dry
.Onions
1ft Pounds
1 , -, . -'.
7c
Kitchen Queen -Hard
wheat Flour
49s
sack
74 c
Mission Bell Toilet Soap, 5 calces ... 19c
: Caplaivs Cash Groicery
r 137 So. CoxaI.
A breakfast treat
"ountry Style " : . - : . - , -
These sausages are delicately flavored. Made from
clean, fresh, inspected meats. . . . . .
Useless to pay more -Risky to pay less ,w
Prime
Beef Roast-
Choice Sirloia
12 l&
Real baby beef at these same prices If you prefer it.
Out of consideration to our employes, we dose at 6 pan.
On Saturdays at 7 pjn.
L ; . t HARRY 1L, LEVYtf Prop. . AO ;
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Prices ;i:
Good
Saturday
r Monday"
mm
onterum
4 , - ":'Z ... ' ' V- : '-' i ' i
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lge.
cans
IdenWetCbf f ee
31c
15
lb.
can
60c
Li
Tbm
ato
Juice
4
picnic
sixe -
25c
Fred Meyer
Consistently
Undersells!
Quality
-Goods!
Choice Eastern
Picnic
JUst imagine i 40c toj 50c
buys ' a -whole delicious su
gar-cured picnic. 44 Ibsi
I ave. Whole ones only
, At Fred Mert Grocery Dept. j
CorriedBeef 2 T 29c
Armour
orLibby
Budweiser Malt 42c
4 19c
orCar-nI:l1, t&u OC-
Pet0'Milk6
nation
Extra
StawfitrA
cans
iiuwi ot :iv
csntJ
. Bananas,; 6 lbs 25'ci
Golden ,rip
Spihach, 3 lbs for 5c
, Crisp and. tender.
Sunkist Oranges
2 doz. for 29c
Lettuce, 5 for 10c
. . Choice, solid. bads ;
Cabbage) for Kraut
50 lbs., for 39c :
Largs solid heads
Fruit Dept.
N. B. C. Fancy AsVt Cookies b 15c
r V DaintBiU9- Grapefruit ''29c
Swans Down Calor Flour 23 C
1 Pkg. Cake Coloring Free
White Eagles Soap Chips 5 27 c
Miss Lou Shrimp 2 c"r- 21c
Candied PeeU ZZ 29 C
Libby's Fancy-Cut gtririgless Beans 2 No.' 2 cans 27c
Anchovies (2 os. rojkd wiik capers) 2 tins 25c
Candied Pineapple 5c: lb.; Cherries 49c lb.
fancy Bine Rose Rice 3 lbs. ceDo. bag 13c
Modern ltfaid Soaf Powder lge. pkg. 20c
Libby'S Pineapple (ts flat) 2 cans 15c
Van, Camp's Sardines 4 oral tins-25c
Giant Crystal "White Soap 3 for 10c
Guest Ivory Soap. (12 in carton) 35c
Snowdrift Shortening 2 lb. can 27c
, Kew Crop Oregoxi Filberts 15c lb. '
Fancy Lima Beans 2 lbs; 15c
Bulk Mince Meat 2. lbs. 19e
Del Monte Salmon H Flat 11c
Tea Garden Syrup pf jug 15c
Cellophane Bags Keep Fred Meyer Bulk Goods
Fresh and Spotless I See What You Are Buying !
At Fred Meyer Grocery Department
1 Fr esh Candies For
Your Hallowe'en "
Party .
I Lb. Dollar OC- ;
, Mints ,JC .
f 1 Lb. Planters Dip no .
Choc. PeanuU.i JOy
Is Lbt , Cinnamorr O C
Coated Almonds UO C
Intrcdudni ' a New line
I of Fred-Meyer ; ,
' Asst. Box Chocolates
Freshness Absolutely
Guaranteed .
1 lb.
Box
29c-ib57c
Ovaltine
The Swiss Health Drink
50c size for 39c
$1 size for 64c
Hospital size $2.89
Plug Chewing .
Star. CM max. HorsesbM. fQ
TlasleyfPlag 03C
Cigarettes
Lnckitts. Old Golds. Chester
fields. Camels, and other popu
lar Brands. PkS'.OC -,
ot 20a 2 for sWC
Special Deal
2 CANS UNION
LEADER 20c
1 BRIAR PIPE . 25c
1
VALUE43c
All for 25c
We Now Carry
Hand Mate Snuff
10c each 3 for 25c
Bay a aad recelT Free
BakeUte Soaff Box
50c Bridge Size Playing Cards 29c
$1 McCoy's Cod Liver Tablets 59c
1 pt. Norwegian. Cod Liver Oil 29c
5Qc Tek Tooth Brushes 25c
1 pint Pure Russian Oil 29c
$1 S.A.S Value
1 pt. S.A.S. Antiseptic
Solution and 50c tube S.
A. S. Tooth Paste.
all for
49c
fc&a coupon feifeyj
25c Bayer Aspirin
. Tablets (ml
m
0
9
vmsl coupon
Liniments
14 Ounce Sazon Almond Lotion 39c
5-lb DeMotte Psyllhim Seed $2.29
25c Pond's Cleansing Tissues 12c
60c Rem Syrup for Coughs 43c
Waldorf Toilet Paper 3 rolls 10c
1 pint Rubbing Alcohol only 15c
$1.50 Size Bocarol Powder 98c
Pet' Remedies
French Bird Seed 10c
60c Clayton Remedies 39c
65c Gkwrs Remedies 39c
75c Glovers Mange 49c
25c Kilflea Soap 12c
Rubber Goods
$1 Bath Sprays 39c
$1 Hot Water Bottles 29c
$1 Fountain Springes 29c
Rubber Gloves 10c pr. '
Rectal Tubes 19c
81 Guaranteed
Hot
Water
Bottle
with Sponge
Rubber CoTer
. for59c
'i!
60c St. Jacobs Oil 39c
60c Jap Oil 9e
85c Mooned Oil 49c
125 Absoxbine Jr. 83c
70c Sloan Liniment47c
Foot Remedies ;
35c Free2xne 26c "
35c Zlno Pads 27c
25c Blue Jay 15c
35c Shurof 21c
35c Gets It 23c
r coupon t
First Aid
lxl Adhesive 5c
2 oz. Cotton 12c
5 Yd. Gauze, 29c
2 in. Bandages 8c
1 lb. Hosp. Cotton 19e
Health Foods
51b.CooMaJt 1.69 ,
jactogen yc
Hear Tonics
SI VitaQis 69c
$1 Lucky Tiger 44c
$1 Liquid Arvon 69c
$1 Danderine 63c
$1.25 Nourishine 88c
Remedies
L25 Enos Salts 89c
SO PHILLIPS
10 Bromo Seltzer69c
5 lb. Meads Cereal 69c' 1.20 Sal Hepatica 69c
75c Dextri Maltose 59c 15 Bisodol 69c
1 lb. Wh. Psyllium 19c 1.50 atrocarbonaL98c
Ce'-Watt U. S. A. Sun Ray Light Globes 2 for 25c
IS ox. Clicquot Club Ginger Ale 15c
10 lb. Bath Crystals of UJS.P. Epsom SalU 25c
COUPON J
Shampoos
50c Conti 25c
50c Woodbury 29c
50c Packers 29c
75c Fitches S9c
60c Watkins 39e
,; JociJi Paste
50c Ipana 27c .
60c Eolynos 27c
50c Iodent 27c
5Dc Strasska 27c
SOcPebeco 27c
Remedies
S6 Nue Ovo 3.69
155 SJSJlemedy 69c
L35 Pinkhams Co. 83c
15 Sargon 89c
15 B.L. Tonic 69c
PiUs and Tablets
60c ZUatone 39c
25c Fee d mint 16c
60c Alka Seltzer 39c
50c N.R. Tablets 33c
25c Carters Pills 15c
Face Powders
75c Hoppers 49c
$1 Melloglo 69c
$1 Fiancee 89c '
75c April Showers 29c
$1 LaBIache59c
Face Creams .
50c Milkweed 33c
81 Hopper 69c
$1 Ponds 59c
50c Melba 33c
60c D it R 43c
Toilet Soaps
35c Roger & GaUett 19c
25c Woodburys 16c
25c Packers Tar 15c
25c Conti Castile 13c
Ig. Bar Conti Castile 1.19
Cod Liver Oils '
$1 Super D 59c
125 Meads 89c .
1.50 Keplers 98c
$1 Wampoles 59c
$ Norwich. 23c
Medicated Oils
$1 Nujol59c
1 pt. Norolagar 39c
10 Petrolagar 75c
1 pt. Squibbs Gil 63c
L50 Maltine 98c
Toiletries
50c Luxor Dusting Pd. 27c
Any SI Bath Salts 59c
Any $1 Bath Powder 59c
1 lb. Lemon. Cream 49c
1 lb. Strawberry Cream 49c
Toiletry Savings
35c Palmolive on -Shaving
Cream wC
25c Colgate T. Paste 19c
70c Vaseline H Tonic 59c
50c Palm Olive Sham 33c
35c Colgate CI
ShavingCream IOC
Loboas:
60c Italian Balm 33c
50c Frostilla 25c.
5Qc. Hinds H& A 28c
50c Jergens 29
50c Santiseptic 25c
T alexia Powder
75c Hqubigant 39c
50c Mennens 14c
25c J & J Talc 13c
25c' Mavis 14c
Jumbo Djerkiss 39c
. Antiseptics
75a Takara Po 39c
$1 Listerme 69c'
SI Lavoris 63c
6Cfc Zonite 39c
75)C Formoloid 39c; .
Shaving Creams
50c MoDe 29c .
35c Barbasol 23c
35c Burma Shave 23c
50c Williams 36c.
35c Mennens 19c
For Cdds i
75c Vapex 49e
60c Oxo Mist 29c
50c Arxen 29e
35c Vapo Rub 19c
Empirin Conrp 25s 23c
Cleaners, Etc ;
35c Energine 23c 7
45c Oronite 27c
45c Shell Cleaner 27c
11 Larvex 59c
U Expello59c , 7. :
f" COUPON VEk'M?
35 QlzuFJdcXom,
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9c
coupon.
Enjoy Ov'ettfresh -
7:-.-Cofee:r.':f
7 - Fred ileyer '
; Best Coffee:
i'-; i.25c .
Fresh - Oregon -'roasting
brings out the full, rich
flavor of this superior
blend. - Cellophane bag.
Percolator or drip
ground.' Atr Fred Meyer
Grocery Dept. '
$2J50 Guaranteed Electric Alarm Clocks $1.98 .
New Gillette Razor and 1 Blue Blade all for 19e -.
100 Poker Chips 29c 3 lbs. Moth Balls 19c
New Gem Razor and 5 Blades all for 25c
Given ! "A Bullfrog Razor Receptacle
ji?5wi - with every 25c Listerine ,
IVRKlfr Shaving Cream Purchase 1A -,l.A1'A-V
L atthe reduced price of "iVC ,
50c Eraaks Lather Ereem 3 for 47c .
: 1 lb. Clean Blonde lndiaa Psyllium Seed 19c :
4 -bz. jar Dona Rosa !
Cleansing Cream
Hollywood-
ewest ftHB-l
Uoa la i deep.'
penetra 1 1 a. j
cleanser.
49c
16 ox. Super J Cod liver Oil 98c
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170 North Liberty Street
(Between 8UU aad Comrt Street) .
We reserve tne rtcht to reasonably limit taaktUlea.
Cut Tea BiJU in HaU
Fred Meyer
i' i Rly-nTe-Fine ;
Orange Pekoe Tea
A' real good black tea.
You commonly pay. dou
tle or; more for similar
quality in tins.
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