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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1933)
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'iZonta Club Plans
f For National "Day"
Satem Zont club "made plans
at tb Thursday luncheon meeting
Where a Dollar Does its Duty
173 S. Commercial St. Phone 8757
We are now offering our 1 O
very best Breakfast Bacon for laSC a pound
This is just as good a buy as our as our hams are at
12c a pound.
ONE SMALL PROFIT ..
W& buy all our livestock direct from the farmer, doing
all our own killing. Yon pay only one small profit
when trading here. '
The quality of our beef is always good
Beef to Roast 8 and 10c
Beef to Boil 6 and 7c
Loin Beef Steak 10c
Prime Rio Roll 13c
No water no cereal no extra suet
This Hamburger is the best we know how to make.
Useless to pay more.
We make all our hams and bacon here at our market.
They are sugar cured and smoked with oak wood. None
better at any price.
While they last we are O
offering them, at 1C a lb.
Bacon Backs 8c
Bacon Squares 5c
We never use any old or off grade hogs in our market.
Our pork and pork products are the very best. At these
low prices there are some real bargains here for you.
Pork to Roast 7 and 8c
FresH Spareribs :..10c
Pork Hocks 5c
-Back Bones 3c
Fresh Pig Feet 2c
Pure Pork Sausage .. 10c
We close at 8 p. m. Saturday
137 8. Commercial Tel. 4010
4 Cans 15C
3 Pounds For
3 Pound Package
Ask as bow to get Hlll' Bros.
We Reeerre the RJgbt
at the. Marlon hotel tor the obser
vation of national "Zonta ay to
be observed March 14. A :S0
o'clock dinner win be served at
the Marlon hotel In keeping with
similar dinners being served the
6 Boxes in Carton
2 Cans IOC
J Pounds .. 25c
10 Cakes 37c
Coffee Jig-Saw Puzzles Fre
to Limit Quantities
country oyer la obaerration t
AtitbU tlms a resume of the
work. of the dab -will's s1th
and a disco salon of the activities
of tne international will be pre
sented. Preparations are also being
mad for tho visit of the 2onta
International president, Kaiber
lne Maddox, wbo will bo a dinner
gnest of the Salem elub March 23
at tho Marion hotel.
At the Thursday luncheon meet
ing an exceptionally interesting
talk was given by Walter R. Dry.
of the state school for tho blind.
In this talk Mr. Dry outlined
how the public could assist in ac
tivities of the blind people and
the school progress. He also dem
onstrated Jn most interesting f ash-
1 Used oak, dining set, 6
ft. extension table & 4
1 Used 50 lb.
1 Used 100 lb.
Coffee tables, round tops, jq
walnut finish 1
Pay Cash -
255 N. Commercial TeL S425
Fair,lffiueIr,8, IPunlfr Iln
Phone 9456 356 N. Liberty
We are offering some very attractive prices for the
week, or as long as present stock lasts; food prices are
advancing, lay in a supply, we still accept personal
checks as we have in the past, and appreciate your
Corn Flakes, 3 for iVC
White Star Tuna, OA
Yi lbs., 2 for sWC
5 oz. cans, 3 for....
Large extra eggs. Every
egg is candled, every egg
is guaranteed, OC
2 dozen DC
This is the buying price
of eggs today, lay in a
Good Spitz Apples OQ
per box Ou C
178 SOUTH COMMERCIAL STREET
Your Dollar Will Go Farther Here
3 Lbs. 23
Leg of Pork
Free Delivery Open Until 9p.m. Sat.
Mrs. Kenneth Graber
Entertains ; :
Mrs. Kenneth Graber entertain
ed the "Homo Builders'' elub of
the Calvary Baptist church at the
Graber home on South 12th street
Wednesday night. The affair was
a "Jigsaw" party. -
8L Patrick's day symbols were
used for a decorative motif and
wer carried out In the menu of
the late coffee hour.
ion the process of teaching tho
students of tho school.
Mr. and Mrs. Dry were addi
tional guests for the luncheon
1 Used Westinghouse
electric range, full enam
.el, automatic time and
temperature control, eas-
1 Used "Windsor" wood
range, enamel OO
trim, & coil aauU
Pay Less at
Crown Feed Dept.
Feeds have all advanced
this week. We still have
a supply at the old price.
Challenge Egg Mash, a
20 protein, 1 TA
100 lbs. 1 I U
Wheat, un- 1 Art
cleaned, 100 lbs. l.UU
Flour has all advanced,
you will not see these
low prices again; buy
your needs now.
Sirloin, Round or T-Bob
Tho Juniors ad intermediates
of tho Hayesvillo Japanese- church
held a Jolly St. Patrick' party
Tuesday night in tho church, par
lors. Game appropriate for tho
occasion were played. Contests
were also held and tho various
prises were won by Toshlyo
Yoshilal. Klml Tada, Mary Taka
yama, Tom Mlo, Kenneth Taka
yama, Jun Watanabo. Other mem
bers of tho class attending were
Minnie and Suml Ogura, Anna
Takayama. Koyada, Kay Mio, Taul
Watanabo and their teacher, Ho
shio Watanabo. Additional guests
Included Emi Tada, Symlo Mio
and Tommy Ogura.
Mrs George Fowler entertained
her bridge elub Tuesday afternoon
at her home on Myrtle avenue.
Those present for the occasion
were Mrs. Louis Lorons, Mrs.
Dow LrOves.ll, Mrs. Junior Eckley,
Mrs. Dot Medley, Mrs.' Elmo Fen
net t, Mrs. Bert Lundabl. Mrs.
Bay Knowles and the hostess,
Mrs. George Fowler. Special
guests were Mrs. Ernest Howells,
Mrs. A. J. Taylor, Mrs. A. D. God
dard. Miss Dorothy-Sassi and Mrs.
Woodin. Winning scores" were
held by Mrs. Junior Eckley, Mrs.
Elmo Bennett and Mrs. Dot Med
ley. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Strain
of Yakima, Wash., arrived the
past weekend to be guests of Mrs.
Strain's foster parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert A. Fotkner. . Mr.
Strain returned to Takima Mon
day and Mrs. Strain remained to
visit until next week. She will be
remembered in Salem as Miss
Frances Custer. She Is being in
formally entertained during her
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Graber
Included Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kan
ery, Mr. and Mrs. Davio Willis,
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Barber, Mr.
and Mrs. William Hepner, Mr.
and Mrs. Chester Pickens, Rev.
and Mrs. Earle Cochran and Mrs.
on Pages 3-5
When you feed Pake there's n
danger of infected birds dropping
feed in hoppers, litter, or crater to
be picked up later by another. Each
bird Kets its proper share of 14
essential feed contained in Paka
Albers are the only manufacturers
Alber's Chick Starter
100 lb. sack
Alber's Pullet Grower
Paks d or
100 lb. sack.... Ol.OD
Alber's Egg Maker Paks
100 lb. fi or
228 Ferry St.
Young Beef for
"Miss Helea Louis- Crosby U1
speak toxric&t orer KOAO as nest
speaker ot the Corrallla Baals ess
and Professional . women's : ciuft
This talk will, be part of the Cor.
Talus dob's observation of the
national B'. ft P. W. week which
Is belns celebrated this week all
orer the nation. Miss Crosby will
speak on "New Vistas." ,
ProL and Mrs. A. A. Taxakas
entertained for the Business
Girls class of the First Metho
dist church Tnesday evening with
an attractively informal evening
which closed with a prettily ap
pointed late coffee hour. Mrs.
Lottie Robbins is president of
the class. ProL Roy N. Lockenonr
Is teacher- of the class.
The Three Link club will meet
Friday In the clubroom of the
I. O. O. F. hall for a 1 o'clock pot
lack luncheon to be served In the
dining room. The business meet
ing is to be at 2:30. Every mem
ber is to bring a covered dish.
All Rebekahg are most cordially
. -. .
Mrs. J. A. Fehler was hostess
to members of her club and . to.
Mrs. Ben Drager as an additional
guest, Wednesday. St. Patrick
decorations added to the attraeri
tiveness of the bridge tables and
to the tea which followed
The auxiliary to the Veterans
of Foreign Wars will entertain
Monday night with a card evening
at the Women's clubhouse. At this
time Marlon post will be guests.
Bridge, "500" and pinochle will
be In piar.
Miss Clara Mielke will entertain
for members of the Delta Zeta
alumnae Monday night at her
home, 17fi State street. All mem
bers of Delta Zeta sorority are
invited to attend this party.
Quests will call at 8 o'clock.
M. J. B.
1 Lb. Tins 30c
2 Lb. Tins 59c
3 Lb. Tins 85c
DATES ancy stockpacked in
MILK Golden Key tall cans 6 or 23c
DOG FOOD, Victory
HOMINY, Van Camps. 15-oz. cans 5c
MAYONNAISE, Durkee 3, pts 24c
MALT, Standby, tall glass free, can 30c
MARGARINE, all sweet, lb 7c
KEROSENE, gallon 18c; 5 gallons 79c
SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR, pkg. 222c
SANK A COFFEE, 1 -lb cans 46c
SPINACH, 2!2s, Del Monte, can 14c
CHOCOLATE, Baker's Premium, bar ..22c
MATCHES, 6-box carton 17c
SUGAR, Powdered or Brown, 3 lbs 14c
SOAP, Crystal White, giant bars, 6 for .. .19c
RY KRISP, small pkg. 21c; large pkg... 35c
RAISINS, seedless, in cello., 3-fb pkg 16c
CRACKERS, Snowflakes, 2-lb carton ..24c
Pearls o Wheat, cereal bowl free, pkg 17c
EAGLE BRAND, Bordens, can 20c
GRAPE FRUIT, Silver Bar 2s, can 10c
Lindy G. B. Corn or Entwood Peas, 3 for 25c
2doz. . ...19c
2 doz 29c
ASK US HOW TO
No Cereal or Water
2 lbs. 2c
LEAN, SUGAR CURED
4 to C lb.
Miss Helen' Louise Crosby.
elected delegate from Salem Zon
ta club, Mrs. Winifred Hsrrlck,
district nominating ' committee
member,' and Mrs. Ora F. Mcln-
2 -10c Loaves 11B. Large
Regular 35c Valu
Special Weekend, all for 21c
Q pounds -
Regular 10c size
"Special 2 for 16c
Larire nkir VX
Deliver $1.00 orders or over
1-tb cans 20c
3-lfe cans 45c
brand, can 6c
3 3dL Si
k a ( 6n( (ri "27c;
1VA7 LI V J J JJLl 49c;
U. S. No. l's
10 lbs 13c
GET HILL'S BROS. JIG-SAW
MEAT ID ENACTMENT
Fat and Tender
tyre, rlce-cliaifiaaa of District
of Zonta International, will leav
this weekend to attend the Dis-,
trlct C conference being hell t
that. time la Everett. Wash..
at Union-Street - :
Leslie's Shaker .
2 tor. HC
245 No. Comm.
WASHING POWDER ;
Large Pkg 19c,
10c Pk. Free 1
2 lb cartons
I LENT SPECIALS
Del Monte No. 1 17
Tall Cans 1 C
Biloxo Brand, 4 oz. Cans
4 Cans 25C
5 Lbs 20c
Extra fine. Quality
4 Pounds 15C;
Fresh Extras in Cartons
25 lbs. .....15e
ONION SETS. '
3 lbs. 19c
Rind and Surplus Fat
I J larae cans .
PRIME YOUNG BEEF
PURE HARD 3 Pounds