The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, February 24, 1933, Page 3, Image 3

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    Oregon, Friday Morning, February 24, 1933
PAGE THREE
The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem.
- S TO PRESENT BZBLB
DALLAS. Feb. 11 A Bib
will be awarded Saaday evening
in the junior C E. group of the
Christian, church lor the on -who
baa done the bait work la tb
BiMe drills which are bald each
Bandar evening. Plana ara bains
maAe for a covered diib sapper
I and congregational meeting for
DOUBLE GREEN STAMPS
SATURDAY
SPECIAL
New Jig Saw Puzzles
Just In
Car con Pharmacy
We Deliver. No Extra Charge
Hotel Senator Bldgc. Dial 6468
This Stove Open Sunday Drop In
MEAT laAUKEIT
254 N. Com. Street
Choice Beef
Roast
Steaks, sirloin,
rib
Bacon
Squares
Choice Meats at Low Prices
ib. 7 c
ib. 10c
- 8c
Pork
Roast .
Pork
Chops ....
Leg
Pork
7c
12c
10c
next Thursday erenlar, March i.
program of music, talks and re
porta is being prepared.
JEFFEfiSOHSClIlS
I
1IB
CHICKENS
fresh dressed
and drawn each
38c
Loin Pork
Roast
Friday and Sat-
only, lb. 10c
JEFFERSON. Feb. 23 In hon
or of Washington's birthday, the
Jefferson schools presented a pro
gram to its patrons which in addi
tion to songs was aa follows:
"Blrdseye View of Washing
ton," Lucille Pratt; "George
Washington's Birthday.' a Play
by first and second grades; "An
Afternoon With Washington, play,
seventh and eighth grades; piano
solo, Margaret Hult; minuet. Earl
Marcum and Mickey Thurston;
recitation. Junior Smith; violin
solo, Francis Gatchell; "Colonial
Days." dialogue by fifth and sixth
grades: "George Washington,
by first and second grades; reci
tation. Royal Hart: "Patrlotie
Women." playlet by girls of fifth
and sixth grades; "America the
Beautiful" student body; "Wttia
Soldiers," exercise by boys of
first and second grades; reading,
Richard Van Winkle; harmonica
duet. James Ashford and Virgil
Calavan; "Return of Martha
Washington," Bessie Balnter and
Evelyn GulTin; guitar solo, James
Ashford. f g r
Grange Meet
Mrs. Lela Reynolds of Albany
was taken Into Morning 8 tar
grange at its last meeting by re
instatement. Saturday night, Feb
ruary 26, the officers of Richard-
PJI01 P16MNI
ENJOYED AT SC1I0DL
Four Groups at ML Angel
Honor Nations Re
nouned Presidents
MT. ANGEL. Feb. 2t Four
different programs ware given at
St Mary's school today la honor
of George Washington.
The seventh grade entertain
ed the third with the following:
America, All; Washington's
birthday, LaVlta May; Lincoln.
Georglanna Plenaett; descrip
tions, Tth grade; Gingerbread
Man, A Secret, Raymond La-
son Gap grange will be present
at Morning Star grange to take
the chairs and eonduet the meeting.
Doux; Washington, 1 Albert Ban
ner; The Toung Surveyor, LeRoy
Soetbard! Boston Tea Party, Ser
ea Girls; Toung George and the
Colt, Raymond Scaledleri Wash
ington Our Washington, eong,
All. "
The eigbth grade program was
given for. the tth. grade pupils
and included, America, song, no
companled by harmonicas; play,
8th grade; tap dancing, Lawrence
Saalfeld; descriptions, tth grade;
"First la War," claas; Washing
ton, Margaret Gilles; talks on
Washington. 8th grade; reading,
Margaret Frank; Telling the
Truth, Class; and ML Vernon
Bells, class.
The 4th grade formed the au
dience for the entertainment giv
en by the fifth grade. Their pro
gram consisted of the following:
Welcome, Raymond Kraemer;
roll calL Memory Gems; Are Ton
a True American, Theresa Ger-
llts; patriotic hymn. Girls with
combs and boys whistle; Famous
February Birthdays, members of
class: Lincoln song, Kainieea
Gilles; a Washington dramatlxa-
Cut Flowers, Floral Sprays
Potted Plants
PHONE 868T
JAY MORRIS, Florist
Liberty Road and Ewald Ave.
Savings Effective Friday and Saturday, February 24 and 25 flj
SIP
SON GROCERY
Commercial Street At Union
IB 02 EA. ID
Buy One Large Loaf For 10c and Get
One Large Loaf FREE
tlon. class; Cherry Tree story,
Dolores Wampach; viona duet.
MareeUa Hauth aad Vlvlenne Le
Do ax; American flag and Its
meaning, Robert Grlesenauer;
story of the flag, MareeUa Hauth;
George Washington song, all; and
Flat Salute, all. .
The two primary grades gave
the following- program: Welcome,
Rita Wellman; band, 1st and 2nd
grades; What the Flag Says,
Clarence Hockett; Mistress Betsey
Ross, 1st grade; George Washing
ton, song, all; There Was Onee a
Little Boy. Clement Hauth; 8tory
of a Truthful Boy, Margaret
Kraemer: O Flag, all; and Flag
Salute. alL
After all the programs bad
been presented. Rev. P. Berthold,
pastor, treated au the children
with apples.
Air travel from Germany to
Russia for the first time is to be
continued throughout the winter.
Fidler
Sells Fiirhiture
at Prices That Save
You Money
It's Because He Sell For Cash
Here Are Today's Best Furniture Buys
Curve Cut
Macaroni
....... 19c
pounds
T7 T7 TT T&f f romnteSted
4IV2C
(S
IP(5)tJfflfi(5)0
large bunches
while they last
fresh extras
Buy all you want
3,,, E
3 ,or
2 doz. 2g
Special Gem
Broom
Sells Regular for 75cents
Special .. 59c
Banner Reg. 50 cent
Brooms
s.,h ...... 35c
Blue Ribbon
Malt
light or Dark
Lb. can
53c
Small WML
Beans
pounds
15c
Fresh Country
Eggs
W Doz.
Mi-Choice
Hard Wheat
Flour
49 Lb. -ack 79c
Leslie Shaker
Salt
2-Lb. Pkgs.
11c
Large solid heads
save
fancy No. 1 Netted Gems
good bakers 5 Ib. sack
DRUGS
PRESCRIPTIONS
Camels & others
Sperry's Drifted Snow
49 lb. sack OH .3
Market Drug Store
a L. WELLMAN, Ph. G.
In "The Blarkef Phont 6188 470 N. Commercial
3
Ci
SALMON
Happy Vale, Alaska pink
SHRIMP
fancy quality, 5 on, cans
OYSTERS
save, 5 oa. cans
CLAMS
Elmore Brand, tall cans
SALMON
i Lfbby sockeye, No. 1 tall, each
SARDINES
North Star, fancy. Imported
tall cans
each
cans
2
2)c
c
c
PEAS
Mission Brand
Mo. 1 tall cans
CORN
Country Kiss O
No. 808 cam cans
HOT SAUCE fTfiNp
Sflverdale O J IvHlf
.c
cans
Baking powder
X Ib. can
Crystal White Soap
10 bar.
OXYDOL
Ig. pkg. for
Small pkg. free
age
.S3c
c
1
No Limits - Bay AU You Want
This is Hot a Chain Store
ANY ITEM LISTED BELOW FOR 19c
Edward's
Dependable
Vacuum pkg. 1 Ib. can
23
CHICKENS
Toung, toUake or Boil
Rock & Red, all Drawn
Fresh
HALIBUT
To Fry or Bake
ii4jc ft.
RABBITS
Young and Tender, to
Fry or Bake
c lb.
OYSTERS
More & mors of those
good oysters to fry
Egcpmt
Nat. Jumbo Oysters
HAMS
Mild Sugar Cured, rery
good, half or whole
IlSc lb.
Choice
Beef Roast
Toung and Tender, Pig
Pork Roast, nice and
lean
C)V2C lb.
v n htrr vnnr meat and groceries at Safeway and save money. When you
,rfr your irocriea, onl.r rr mttl. th.m.ttoj
Market Manager.
No. 37 1C2 N. Commer
cial. Phono 6169
No. 661978 N. Capitol
, Phono 8620
Save at the folkwmf
Safeway Stores!
We Reserve the Right to
limit Quantities
No. 519 270 N. .Com
mercial. Phono 9432
No. 781927 State
Phono 948S
Pills and Tablets
25c Feenamint
25c N. R. Tablets
25c Analax
30c Pfienolaz
25e fililes Anti-Pab
25c ExLaz Choc.
100 Hinkle Pfflt
25c ADS Cold Tab
25e Bromo Quixdst
25c Anacin
25c Acetidine
25c Asper-MInt
ToothPaste
25c Colgates
25c Lbterine
30c Kolynos
25c Regum
25c Gumident
25c PhiHps
25c Dr. West's
V. J. LEE & SON
Feed - Flour - Seed
S49 Ferry Phone 0418
Miscellaneous
25c Tish
25c Kleenex
25c Tartar-Of?
25c Blue Jay. Pads
25 TTpewnter Paper
(ie sheets)
25c Note Book Corer
6 pkgs. Gum
5-5c Candy Bars
1 pt. Alcorub
25c Miles Nervine
Coughs and Colds
30c Foley's Tar
30 Mentholatum
25c Bronchilyptus
30c Hoffi liniment
25c Milk Magnesia
39c 1 Qp
Stationery LVL
TRIANGLE
Milk egg producer
Mash PelleU
1.65
Chick starter
Chic sUrter o CC
pellets .. CfOO
Molasses dairy nr
feed 80 lbs l.UO
Clean white QC-
wheat 100 lbs. VDC
Beet 11C
palp 100 lbs. llO
Rolled "ir
osts ,.0 1bs. I3C
Ground QC
oats 80 lbs. OOC
Eastern QJJ
shell No. 1 100 lbs. VDC
FREE DELIVERY IN CITY
Walnut 4 poster
Library Diner Bed
$14.95 Walnut $9.50
Davenport Cedar Chest
Homespun (1A AC 40" OtO QC
Covering tglieetJ Walnut tjlaea7tl
Walnut Dining Table
1 Arm Chair and COQ QC
5 Side Chairs $&V.iJO
1 used 1 nsed
Electric Range 6-Tube Radio
$25.00 "ST $17.50
32-pc Set Dishes
54-pc. Dinner Set
...$4.95
$100
TDDtLtZK
FURNITURE STORE
(NEW AND USED)
255 North Commercial
Tel. 8425
- 935 South Commercial
Prices Effective Friday and Saturday, February 24-25
IFIL(S)IUIKi 0 K-Brand 49 fchr
LAITIES a jpwiaaMfilo U6
Introducing
Benson's New Society Cakes, made of rich ingredients of
guaranteed freshness. An assortment for your selection at
Pay'n Takit
Support this new Industry of Salem
Standard No. 2 can
Standard No. 2V4 can
Saturday Only
16 ox. loaf
shortening, Ib. tin
10
88 Ka HC
Full Line of Ferry Seeds
8Gf
H2
COAP
Bolj White
FLOUR
Brae Seel
Camel's, Lackies,
Old Golds, Cbesterrlelda, pkg,
OATC
Good lack n
hrad 9 Tb. hag
Pay'n Takit - Salem's Leading
Produce Department
Potatoes, 50-lb bag 29c
Yakima's No. 1's
Carrots, 3 bunches 10c
Smooth and tender
Bulk Carrots, 6 lbs 9c
Lettuce, 3 heads 10c
Solid heads
Rhubarb, 3 lbs 13c
Grapefruit, each 3c
California seedless
Florida Russetts, doz. 35c
Apples, 5 lbs 19c
Extra fancy, dellooas
Genuine Baby Beef Largo center cuts of sugar cured
Sirloin, Rib or T-Bone smoked htm
flSc lb. each flc
LEG PORK ROAST imum
m(Bg mc ib.
Pure Pork
Arm and shoulder cuts Country Stylo
: ac ib. flic ib.; :
Wo reserve the right to limit quantities
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