The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, December 09, 1932, Page 3, Image 3

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Union Hill Grangers
Will Meet Saturday
VICTOR POINT, Dee. S.
Union Hill grange ; will hold its
social ; meeting for December at
tna hall Saturday night for
The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Friday Morning. December 9, 1932
grange members and their inTit
ed guests. Mrs. W. M. Tate, W.
F. Krenx aad Ralph Esran are in
charge. Marlon Fischer was tak
en to the " Silrerton hospital to
undergo an appendicitis opera
tion Wednesday.
HcncEa's BSuag Feeol C.
In Rear of Irish Cash Store. Phone 5954
If better Egg Mash were made Hodgen-Brewster
would make it and Irish Bing would have it. We
stand behind our feeds for Quality.
Hodgen-Brewster Egg
Producer, milk, oil and
rreens. (f rr
20-Prot Ql .00
Hodgen-Brewster Egg
Producer with o
yeast added .... P.UU
Hodgen-Brewster Lay
well Mash, 20 d i m r
75c
Prot. Special
Morton's Towel
Table Salt. 50s
25 lb. Bags 49c
We buy Eggs and
Poultry
Kerr's White Eagle Hard
Wheat Flour,
49s
Mortons Smoke
Salt. 1Q lbs
Get your Free book on
how to cure meat
Ground Gray df ny
I3c
95c
Oats, per bag
Molasses Dairy
79c
Special
Feed,
80 lbs.
Shamrock-S cratch, a
high grade Scratch.
niOSMIUH
GIVEN BY FACULTY
INDEPENDENCE, Dec. 8 The
supervisors of the Independence
and Monmouth training schools
are sponsoring a story hour to
be held orer station KOAC at
Corvallis each Thursday during
the winter months. The time will
be from 4:30 to S o'clock. This
Thursday Miss Schefsky and Miss
Dallas of Monmouth are to tell
stories and next week Miss Leila
Howe of .Independence will give
"The Bird's Christmas Carol."
The stories are especially arrang
ed for children.
The training school Is prepar
ing for the annual Christmas
program. The children will carry
on tradition by hating a whit
Christmas, benefiting the poor.
Carols will be sung the week
before vacation, during the noon
hour, and the public Is invited
Watches Cleaned $1.00
Wrrist Watches .$1.50
Moderate Prices on watch and
clock repairing
CLAUDE MIX
Bosick's Blarket
Marion and Com'l
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to coma in and help. sing. Pro
grams which art being prepared
la the rooms are also open to
me puduc.
Vacation begins December II
and ends January J. At th be-
ginning of the new term the
leacners win enange departments
and start the second round of
practice teaching.
Royal Neighbors
Give Mn. Thomas
Best Looking Vote
8ILVERTON. Dec. 8. Mrs
Marie Wilson Thomas was elect
ed the best looklnc woman at
the entertainment during the so
cial hour and informal program
which followed the play, "The
Trials of a Hostess." riven bv
the Royal Neighbors lodge Tues
day night at the M. W. A. hall
F. M. Powell was chosen the
homeliest man.
The play and entertainment
was well attended and Intermis
sion numbers were furnished by
the Moffett family orchestra; Vi
olet Herigstad in a piano num
ber; duet, Mllo Grace and Wal
ter Ooplernd: violin selection,
Maryan Whltlock; song with
guitar accomoaniment. Bud Nel
son and Elmer Palmauist: vio
lin solo by Beryl Ottaway ac
companied by Mrs. Fern Daven
port.
The play was directed br Mrs
Theodore Grace.
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-K nmu quantity Nont gold
i-rices crrective 1-nday and Saturday, December 9th and 10th
It Pays to Come a Long Way to Pay'n Takit
Magico forFrylng(forSt;w.
Brand SaBo,"i
TTJ7 Tjp Tp JO) Fine Creamery
V iS Li i iiVi Local Product Pound
Fresh Stock, 2 pounds JT
c
MS
Maximum. Seeded or Seedless
15-oz. package
Van Camps
No. S00 size Can
il (sm?f
Duck Balloon Free
with each deal O
i packages
Whole Kernel Cora,
No. 2 can o
cans
Full Measure
Our half cases are the
original pack and contain
Full Measure and Count.
We always in?it comparison.
4c
41c
age
smaii size med. size
(32s Og g33 eq
V2 5ao
Carload Received
We just recelrsd s car
load of these new Narel
Oranges and are offering
them st tht lowest pries
In history. At these pric
es everyone can afford to
hare aD the Oranges
they want.
coot? UUVLlt JL
Obtain Your Vegetables From SaWi Most Complete Produce Department
Pay'n Takit Q uality Meats
Genuine Lamb
. ns HQ)
Young and Lean
Fresh Ground
Lean and Tasty
Choice Shoulder Cuts )
tt fllbo
EftafoMttc or IKIeimG
Fresh Dressed, your choice
a5 HO),
4-H Club Interest
Increases as New
Groups Organized
MILL CITT. .Dec. I .Work In
tha 4-H clubs of the city Is pro
rresslnc nicely and treat Interest
Is belns; Uken br both boys and
(Iris. The club work has not been
organised here for loaf, bat
there are at the present time
fire girls' clubs and two boys'.
The serenth grade girls meet
each Wednesday afternoon at the
home of the leader, Mrs. H. M.
Asplnwall, for a lesson la sew
Ing. There are 11 girls In this
club. The same group of girls
compose the 4-H cooking club of
which Hiss Mildred Newcombe
Is leader.
The other three clubs are made
up of eighth grade girls with
Mrs. Charles Gentry as leader of
the cooking and Mrs. C. M. Cllne
and Mrs. Slg Jepsen, leaders of
the two sewing club groups.
H. M. Asplnwall Is leader of
the two boys' clubs, one In for
estry and the other In woodworking.
Activity Peps up
For Construction
Of Highway Route
AURORA. Dec. s. Th U,t
meeting of the 1932 city council
was In session Monday night and
matters of a purely routine na
ture was considered. Th hndt
for 193S was adopted, bills were
paid ana the meeting adjourned.
Construction on the highway
through Aurora la berinnina- to
show some activity, prior to this
time highway officials and prop
erty owners have been trying to
reach a settlement. Baspmnnt
are being excavated, foundations
Deing aunt preparatory to mov
ing the buildings, and lots are
being filled In.
Francis Grew and Lois Man
nock Invited the Girl Seonts to
the home of-N. E. Manock Mon
day night where a Jolly evening
was enjoyed. Their leader taught
tnem to paint designs on silver
bracelets which when nlacd in
acid would leave the design etch
ed on the silver. Gene Carver of
Donald Is a new member.
PAGE THREE
Business Session
For Church Class
Ends With Frolic
QERVAIS, Dec. g. The Toung
Married People's class of the
Presbyterian church met at the
home of Rev. and Mrs. H. L.
Graflons Tnesday night. After
the business session the group
resolved Itself lnte a Christmas
party. Games were placed and
there was a decorated tree with
gifts for all. Robert Harper, Mrs.
J. C. McDonald and Mrs. Blaine
Brown composed the committee
on arrangements.
Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Brown, Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Harper, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
McDonald, Mrs. A. B. Mlnaker.
Mrs. Berta Barker, Mrs. Mary
L. Harnick, Mrs. 8arah Catching,
Mrs. Herman Jelderks and Gene
vieve and Earl, Ralph Harper,
Gordon Jonee and Rev. and Mrs.
Grafious.
Salem Group to Put
On Program, Roberts
ROBERTS, Dec. 8. The Rob
erts community Is going to have
the pleasure of hearing a fine
program put oa by the Salem
chamber of commerce Saturday
night.
me students of the upper
grade have bees very busy mak
lng toys which they will take
to the community club Saturday
night te try to raise money for
their room.
Silverton Extends
Council Invitation
SELVERTON, Dee. I. An in
rltatlon has been extended from
the Delbert Reeves post of the
American Legion for the district
conference to meet at Silverton
early la January for an after
noon and evening session. The
auxliary to the local Legion will
serve a 6 o'clock dinner for
which a nominal fee will be
charged.
IN SLAYING
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Prescriptions
C. L. WELLMAN, Ph. G
470 N. Commercial St.
In 'THE MARKET"
TOYS i CANDY
Gifts for Women
Cedar qq
Chesta 470 C
brass bound with sta
tionery in them
49c
35c
Fancy Box
Stationery
Plain flat
pack
Pyralin Made
11 Piece Manicure Set,
leather, silk lined roll.
up Oft
case PJa70
Brush, Comb and Mirror
for $3.85
Gifts for Men
11.00 William r
Shaving Seta 00 C
16c Vanite Golf AO
Balls, box 12 for UP C
(1.25 Hair Brushes, set
2 Pro- iyr
phylactic I DC
Bond Flashlight, com
plete; spotlight
$2.75 Pen and 1 no
Pencil Sets ...$i.VO
Genuine Leather
Billfolds for
49c
Remember, we have a complete line of
smaller toys from $1.50 down to 5c See
oura at the new 1932 prices.
50c Magician Sets 35c
11.00 White House Games 50c
$1.00 Birdie Game. 50c
$1.00 Crows in Corn game..50c
$1.00 Lincoln Logs 60c
50e Toy Cannons 85e
$1.00 Climbing Tractors....75c
Dolls
$4.50 Baby Doll "Tick
letoes' ', rubber legs
hands .. $2.95
$3.00 Kiddie PaL hair,
sleeping eyes, solid
legs and on
arms $107
Foods and Remedies
$1.00 Super
D. Oil
$1.00
Listerine
$1.20
Lactogen
$1.00
Ovaltine
$1.20 Sal
Hepatica
$1.00
S. T. - 37
$1.35 Pierce's
Remedies
69c
65c
75c
69c
75c
79c
98c
Pillt and TaUett -
16c
39c
39c
. 29c
39c
98c
79c
39c
79c
49c
49c
16c
42c
63c
25c
Aspergum
60c Exlax
Chocolate
50c
Phenolax
S5c Bayer's
Aspirin
50c Yeast
Foam
$2.00
Reduceoids ..
$1.00 N. R.
Tablets
50c
Feenamint ...
$1.00
Rinex
60c Stuart's
Dyspepsia ...
75c Doan's
Kidney
25c Zymole
Trokeys
60c Pape's
Diapepsin ....
$1.00 Miles
Nervine
$1.00 Set
Wooden Blocks
7Sq
Christmas
Tree Lights
set of 8
Christmas Cards
24 beautiful cards
lined envelopes
09s
HELP THE AMERICAN LEGION AUXI LIARY BUY KFI I.nrr'i ppnnnnx!
FROM THEIR REPRESENTATIVES A T YOUR GReAtoI5aY?UCTS
L
Ileld for arraixruaant oa a hoaiicide
eharse. lira. Laeille McCarmick.
rife of Asdrew "Red" If eConnkk
1 lower), la shown after aba ia sa!4
9 aav confessed smnnrliiif the
rna into Raymond Street JaO,
Brooklra, N. nr., with which her
kasband attempted to shoot his way
t irr.on. The desperado, who
waa awaitinj? sentence for robbery,
fw Head Keeper William MeCon
ell and wounded the Rt. Harry C
Iloneck, son of the Warden before
ending- his own life with a bullet
from tha szn?rrie4 gun. ,
Kerr Products
are the best obtainable
Mfg. in Portland
White Eagle
Sack 73c
Barrel $2.92
Rolled Oats
9 lb bag . 25c
Graham
or Whole Wheat
No. 10 bg 25c
Farina
makes fine white mush
No. 10 bg 39c
Hot Cake
Flour
No. 10 bg 39 c
AH Guaranteed
CASH
294 N. Commercial St. Phone 3527
Irish's stores are headquarters for Oranges, Can
dy and Nuts at lowest prices in history. Don't
stop, drive around, lots of parking: space.
Friday, Saturday and Monday
25c
29c
Shortening
Pure Lard
.4 lbs.
A Ik- uvv
i )... SUV
Butter OfiA
Standard Grade n,. uVv
I
srsML
j 0
Kellogg'a Pep z for 19c
Jaasjelaad Book Free
Kelloggg Whole Wheat Flakes, 3 for 25c
Kelloggr'a All Bran, large.... 19C
Kelloggs Corn Flakes.. ... 3 for 23c
We are cooperating with the
American Lesion AaxUiarr en
jvonoga; uay Satnrday
Candy Iflp
Satin finish ib,
Raisins
4 Ijj
Morton's Salt
.... .... . 3 lb ha
Jell-O or Jell Well
-- nicer
Dates 10 a
Aoples
Wngs or Spita. WeU died boxes eacfc
17c
17c
5c
Nalley's
Products
Salad Dressing
Qts 23c
Mayonnaise
Pts 25c
Qts 45c
ir NcEs h', Good
49c
Asparagus Tips 95
25c
10c
45c
Salmon
Rice
Broken ,
Coffee
Fresh firotmd
Oranges
Half Boi,79e Box $1.65
Grape Fruit
Marsh Seedless
Spuds
Local Bar bank
.2 cans
.1 cans
J Ibi,
-Jdox.
25c
dos.
100 lbs.
30c
70c
$2.00 or oyer Fre Delivery