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Salem, Oregon, r?
8JLVERTON, De. 8. Debates
have held the center of ; the .811
Terton Junior high school the
put week! The . question under
debate was Resolved, That Ad
miral Byrd has added more to
science and our knowledge of the
wor,ld than any other living avia
tor. Taking the affirmative in room
26 were Miriam Mulkey and Lu
cille Wood against Irene Naf-
siger and Florence Hallett from
room 34. The Judges, Eleanor
Moen, Charles Hoagland and
Miss Olivia DeGulre, gave the
decision to the affirmatives.
The negatives won from room
4 over the affirmatives from
room 3A. Here the latter were
Jean Tomison and Crerul Sypber
with Esther Lockren and Verna
Gihlstrom upholding the nega
tive Bide. Judges were Norman
Paulson and Miss Ruth Law
rence. The affirmatives again won
when room 7, represented by
Ruth Lewis and Orpna Leslie
won over Alma Tostenson and
Walter Morhan taking the nega
tives from room 5. Judges were
Doris Moseng, Louise Holm and
Room 4, affirmative, repre
sented by Arlaine Marquam and
Helen Lockren, won over room
3, negative, represented by Har
old Odman and Etehl Hardie.
The affirmative again won
when Bob Arthur and Grover
Lichty of room 34 defeated Hel
en Canada and Virginia Bilyeu
of room 36. Judges were Hilda
Pounder and Howard Morrison.
Two negative groups who won
were Marjorie Anderson and Max
ine Morgan from room 8 debat
ing against Ruth Shepard and
Lucile Archibald from room 2.
and Alma Rostenson and Wal
ter Morgan upholding the nega
tive against Robert White and
Olive Green of room 5. Judges
in the first of these two matches
were Alice Miles, Celia Kannan
and in the last were Opal Bolme
and Elaine Clower.
.West Salem News
WEST SALEM, Dec. Mr. and ,
Mrs, Lloyd M. Hill are entertain
ing MrJ Hill's mother, Mrs. Laura
Moss, ' her brothel , Robert Moss,
and an aunt, Mrs. Tillie Chase of
Gladstone, for a few days. Mr.
Moss, who is a government em
ploye during the summer months
at Ordfino, Idaho, has been rery
ill hut is now able to be ap and
Building permits were issued
by the city recorder this week to
Mr. and Mrs. Millard A. Price to
erect a residence to cost $1000 on
Cascade drive, and to Mr. and
Mrs. George Buffin of Fifth street
to cost $100. N. T. McCoy, who
is moving this week into the
James residence recently vacated
by the Mrs. Rupert Parks fam
ily, 136 2 Plaza, has the contract
for the erection of the Dr. Price
home. Both residences are now
A glee club of mixed voices has
been organized in the West Salem
public school, with some of the
teachers directing it.
Miss Helen Butler, sister of
Miss Ruth Butler, third grade
teacher here, is her guest this
week. Miss Butler taught in the
public schools ef Dallas for a
number of years and this year be
gan her teaching in Corvallis, hut
was taken ill and bad to give it
up for this semester.
At the business meeting of the
Ladies' Aid society of the Ford
Memorial church held at the home
of i's. Edward Brock Wednes
day ,ijnoon a number oflinan
cial matters were brought up and
setried. Mrs. Frank Forrester had
(lie leading of devotionals and
Mrs. W. D. Phillips conducted the
meeting. T ie women decided to
mirchasp a nw range instead of
having the old one at the parson
age repaired and a committee of
three rompod of Mrs. W. D.
rhiilipF, Mr.-". John Evans and
Mrs. J. I. Miller was named to
There will be a Christmas silver
tea held at the home of Mrs. Clar
ence A. Guderlan on Riverview
drive and Cascade on Kingwood
terrace the afternoon of Decern-
ber 21, with Mrs. C. A. Guderlan,
Mrs. Eugene Kreba, Mrs. Donald
Kuhn and Mrs. Lloyd T. Hill Joint
hostesses for the affaif..
Teacher, Pupils pet
Surprise guests this week at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jed L. Aus
tin were Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Nolte of Klamath-Falls. About 30
years ago at Dcs Moines, la., Mrs.
Austin was the teacher of Mrs.
Nolte, then a schoolgirl in the
third grade, and this former pu
pil this week looked up her teach
er of long ago, when she and hex
husband came to Salem to attend
an insurance convention. The
Noltes now have three grown chil
dren. As the snow flurries began and
the mercury began to drop Wed
nesday, J .L. Austin began to blan
ket his bees. Each year as the cold
winter weather approaches he
covers his many stands of bees
with tar paper and burlap sack
ing. Inasmuch as the bees usually
winter well, It is probably ad
visable, though there is a novelty
in the procedure.
MARTIN TO SPEAK
DALLAS. Dec. 8. Dr. W. S.
Martin, nationally known Bible
teacher and soag writer, will
speak at both morning and eve
ning services of the Dallas Chris
tian church Sunday. Dr. Martin
is holding a Bible conference
with the Dallas church.
Pratum Farmers to
Grind Wheat Free
If Brought Today
AUMSVILLE, Dec. 8. The i
regular community club meeting
was held at the school house
Tuesday night, with John Mil
presiding. It was voted to have
the annual New Year's day com
munity dinner again this year,
but it was voted to discontinue
the monthly dinners.
Written questions on the poul
try business were discussed. A
similar discussion will be held at
each meeting on the various farm
projects of this community.
A short interesting program
followed: Community singing,
violin solos, Miss Mabel Kullan
der accompanied by Miss Neva
Ham; reading. Mrs. Elra Eng
land; songs, high school girls'
glee club; play, by Louise High
berger, Mabel Kullander, Wayne
Ransom and Vlrgie Bradley, di
rected by Miss Gladys Burgess.
The DeMoss Concert company
from Olympia. Wash., will, give
a concert at the school Tilesday
night, December 13. The DeMoss
company has traveled all over
the United States and abroad.
PRATUM, Dec. 8. Friday af
ternoon, December 9, both Claud
Ramsden and Fred de Yrlew will
grind all wheat free of charge
that is brought to either place
to be used for breakfast food
for needy families in Salem. All
that is asked is that the whest
be delivered at either place by
Friday noon. It will be ground
into whole wheat breakfast food
and delivered at Salem.
Since money has become al
most extinct as a medium of ex
change, other sources are resort
ed to. Fred de Vries exchanged
a load of hogs for a load of beef
cattle yesterday. The traie was
made with Mr. Dow at Middle
Free Program For
WOODBURN, Dec. 8. A free
musical program and entertain
ment will be presented Thurs
day" night. December 15, in the
auditorium of the high school.
A feature of the program will
be vocal music by members of
the high school glee clubs, who
are to sing at the county mu'.c
program the next night, Decem
The girls' glee club, the girls'
quartet, Daisy and Hazel Shrock.
Vera Culp and Helen Woodfin.
and the hoys' quartet, Carroll
Olson, AVesley1 "Eby, Dennis Kro
emke and Peter Larson, will fur
nish music. There will also be a
j song and dance number by Helen
Woodfin and Carroll Olson, and
1 a short play by students in the
expression classes of the school.
2 dozen . . 54c
Cream, 2 pounds
Size 60, 2 for
bottles, 2 for
Raisins, regular 10c size,
4 packages JC
Leslie Salt, plain OC
or Iodized, 3 for; OC
Citrus Powder, 25c size,
packages .. 26c
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11:30 P. M.
Continuing 8un. Mon. Tues.
. . . with glee at the
antics of these two
furiously funny females!
Rpttpr times are coming ...in fact the best
time of your lifel M-Q-M's big parade of
Hj...rWd! Let's all celebrate Thursday . . !
NOW PLAYING I
and 222 Football Stars In
Pound can ...
Pound can ...
10 bars 23C
Peanuts, 3 pounds
Hams lb. Hc
Buy yur ,,-3!!.
K el 1 o gg'sSjS
Saturd a yz.
and help the
iliary of the
Legion. Special prices on
all Kellogg 's merchandise.
17th and Market Streets
Jt Heme 0ltl T74.CT
V If Jl Horn Omul Thfler JT
THIS TICKET AND
Sunday eM Thursday
Monday J f- and
WiO admit 1 adult to the Hollywood Theater
except en Wednesdays, Saturdays or holidays.
VOID AFTER JANUARY 1, 1933
If feme OwU Theater W
THIS TICKET AND
Sunday 4J tf Thursday
Monday M ?a E m and
WIO admit 1 adult to the ITollywood Theater
except on Wednesdays, Saturdays or holidays.
VOID AFTER JANUARY 1, 1S33
TODAY A SATURDAY
Mickey Mouse Matinee Saturday 1:30 P. M.
Bristling With Action Alive With Comedy
Also Mickey Moose Comedy,
News, Comedy A Serial
Harry Carey In
"The Last of the Mohicaas"
Attend our Nine o'clock show
Saturday Nite and Remain for
Our 11; IS Midnite Matinee
IDOL OF THE RADIO
CFTM rr-vr OW ON TMl!
o j 1 iy;
i ... si- j I ft .1 rs
'Way Back Home'
Sunday - Monday
Sunday 2 to 11
Lady cuui gent
American Legion Auxiliary representative wi 11 be at your
itwts Saturday. Buy and help their welfare fund.
grocer's selling Kellogg 's pro-
Ji iiiiflig !
THE OTHER DAY ONE OF OUR CUSTOMERS ASKED TO HAVE A PACK
AGE OF SUGAR WEIGHT IN HIS PRESENCE the PACKAGE WAS WEIGH
ED FOR HIM AND THE SCALES SHOWED HIM HE WAS GETTING FULL
WEIGHT. WHILE WE HAVE ALWAYS BELIEVED THE BUYING PUBLIC
SHOULD WEIGH THEIR PURCHASES VERY FEW PEOPLE DO SO. WE DO
NOT MEAN TO INFER THAT THERE ARE STORES INTENTIONALLY
GIVEING SHORT WHEIGHT, THO WE DO HEAR A LOT OF RUMORS ABOUT
SHORT WEIGHTS. BE THAT AS IT MAY, ITS WELL ENOUGH TO WEIGH
YOUR PURCHASES SO MUCH FOR THAT NOW WE MAKE THIS STATE
MENT NOT AS A BOAST EITHER, THAT YOUR MONEY WILL BUY AS
MUCH OR MORE FOOD DAY IN DAY OUT AT THE MARKET THAN CAN
BE HAD ANYWHERE IN THE NORTHWEST. WHILE ITS DESIRABLE TO
MAKE A PROFFIT AT ALL TIMES. WE WOULD NOT FEEL IT FAIR TO ASK
THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE SO GENEROUSSLY SUPORTED US IN BETTER
TIMES, TO EXACT OUR POUND OF FLESH NOW ESPECIALLY WHEN
WE ARE NOT FORCED TO DO SO BY A BOSS LIVEING IN SOME DISTANT
CITY WITH NO OTHER INTEREST IN THE COMMUNITY THAN THE
PROFFIT RECEIVED FROM IT.
At the Market
Not a Chain Store
are now available in sufficient quantities to make a
lower price possible. At the Market you'l find excep
tional values for Friday and Saturday especially so
in a nice medium size one we're offering at the low
price of (original pack)
for Y2 Cases
We wish to call your attention to a little trick that
was practiced last year by a certain firm in Salem in
order to have the lowest price for V2 cases they
dumped them loosely in to the crates, the crates look
ed the same but they contained 20 less oranges.
3 pcZ 09c ,
A 2 pound package of M. J. B. fan- '
cy long grain head rice FREE with .
Quaker Quick Oats
2 large package 27C
New pack, lg. size tins f
Sail? HiJ?aHtltt SpSraacIhi Cove Oysters
3 Z... ;2SC 3 f,,.! 29C 3can 25c
Ivory Soap H&es Sugar Cured Hams SaE'dliBHeo
We've Only a few Cases A Valley Packing Co. pi oduot. Siz- L Bluejacket ?Cf
. , . . es 8 to 14 lbs. each 4Ast " cans AfPI
left to sell at this ex- Per lb J,J(
tremely low price - 10c ggs p,. Extras
packages while stock D 1 Ul
lasts 5 Packages IcUlCake NOW Meaning of course that these egg.
lasih o rdtnrtjscB the larg.e gize nJce & clean
Pillsbury's e 15c 1 dzra 45c
Pure Cane Fine Granulated
(Limit sack to customer)
New Crop Fancy Thompson's Peet's Granulated Natural Green
Mansions Soap Asparagus
Seedless Medium Sire Package 0ne of iU wee m
4 POUND PACKAGES 3 FOR offered in canned asparagus.
Freshly Roasted Fontanos
CoSSee KfoodBec Poni?e ISomioy
In bulkground to order SPAGHETTI S POUND PAILS
t POUNDS Ten Cent 4Am
. faQ Vicky ivg 35-
Fancy Sman whfu Jn cooperating with Am4L
mrrmn thc American L?ion SaHa(fl 2B
XuivSolulwJ Women's Auxiliary in or.RT r.N
io pounds their work for the relief i
of the needy we are ex-
t tening them the privel-
IPosdtfoactfles :tfLa1fdI Pofitttuiinm
2 PACKAGES begt known lines 0f LARGE CAN
E SO breakfast cereals the 39C
factory paying them Z.
None Such handsomely for their ef- Drifted Smm
MflDJlCG Meatl forts. If in need or if you FflOUJU?
, PKgLi PIE PAN ALL FOR "8. ITJSL 19 TOD SACK
ducts buy them this week rttl
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