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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1933)
The OREGON STATESMAN; Salm, Oregon, Friday Morning, April 21, 1883 : - y .. .- v. -mmm-" ' j 7.
TIE EMI S
Informed P. H. Bell, leal adrlaor
for the Marion county office.
. .From Monday morning until
Wednesday night, applications
may be made at Mr. Bell s office.
225 Oregon building. These will
be wired to the regional ofricee in
Minneapolis, in order to be there
before- the deadline.
"" Fire applications - were . made
here yesterday, and each day that
number or more Is receired. It is
estimated more than 250,000 will
be spent In' this county through
the medium of these loans.
TO ASK SEED LOAN
Whil the iced loan office here
IH be poiitirely closed Saturday
night, Marlon county farmers will
hare an additional three days'
fraea la which to make applica
tion for the federal loans, Ira
Hyde of the Portland office has
294 N. Commercial St. 4 De liveries Phone 3527
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See Master Doughnuts baked In our window Saturday, April 11, by Cherry City Bak
ery Co. 'a large Automatic Doughnut Ma chine. Coffee and Doughnuts will b served
all day. Everybody welcome to see a hom e product made.
"The Store With Cheap Prices Every Day"
T. NEPTUNE GAINS ANOTHER VICTIM T 7 ' V? T7 Tr T7 Tyf
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370 STATE ST.
Crescent Coffee, per lb 29c
FREE Demonstration Saturday .
Puritan Hard Wheat
A better flour for less '
49 Lb. Sack 75c
S. & W. Mellow 'd
2 Lb. Cans
Per Lb. 24V2C
with Tomato Sauce
Delicious . Appetizing
"Large Can 1 10c
1 Dozen Lots Less 10
Sweet, well filled
2 Lb, 19c
Extra Fancy Blue Rose
6 Lbs 25c
6 Lbs 23 c
Fancy Calif. Large Lima
2 Lbs 15c
y2 Case ... 79c
Per Case $1.49
4 Cans .'. 15C
Sliced or Crushed
Fine for salads or
A spectacular picture of the last moments of a gwod I "Gretarne," which went to the bottom off the coast of
ship before she took the final plunge to Davey Jones' I Holland after a collision with the British craft
locker. ; The stricken vessel is the Danish motorshlp 1 "Redoes," from which this photo was made.
TO IE TONIGHT
Tonight the Ad clubs of the
Willamette valley will gather at
a dinner In the Silver Grille room
of the Gray Belle restaurant to
greet Walter A. Folger, vice
president of the Paclfie Telephone
& TelegTavh company, and presi
dent of the Pacific Association of
Advertising Clubs; and Merriman
Holts of Portland, district vice
president Mr. Folger will be the
speaker of the evening.
Clubs to be represented in ad
dition to the Salem club are Al
bany and Silverton clubs and Al
pha Delta Sigma advertising hon
orary at the university and state
college, and Gamma Alpha Chi,
women's honorary, of the univer
sity. Prof. W. G. Thatcher of the
university and Prof. H. T. Vance
of the state college have written
they will attend.
The dinner will be at 7 o'clock.
A musical program has also been
We Deliver Your Groceries FREE
The last cara party in the ser
ies of benefit card parties spon
sored by the Knights of Pythias
and Pythian Sisters was played
last night at the K. P. Hall. High
scores went to Isabella Gragg,
Charles Kinzer and a special prize
to Mrs. Jennie Gould. Grand
prizes were won by Mrs. Ella
Lantz and Mrs. Harold Burk.
Cards were played from 8 to 10
followed by old time dancing un
Of interest to many Salem peo
ple is the announcement of the
marriage in Yuma, Ariz., of Bruce
Putnam Howe, niece of Miss
Elizabeth Putnam and George
Putnam of Salem to Kenneth C.
Walkey, Easter Monday. Mr. and
Mrs. Walkey will make their home
in Santa Monica, Cal., where Mr.
Mulkey is in business. Mrs. Wal
key Is the daughter of Mrs. Grace
Storey Putnom of New York city
and the late Arthur Putnam.
Nearly 1,000,000 trees have
been provided for 815 North Da
kota farms and schools since
1927 in connection with a farm
shelter-belt prSect conducted by
Entre Nous Club
Feted at Clubhouse
A gay evening was enjoyed by
Entre Nous club members Wed
nesday night at the clubhouse
when Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trom Da
lits and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Gehr
ke entertained for their pleasure.
Cards were in play for several
hours in clubrooms made especial
ly lovely with a profusVon of
spring flowers. Winning , scores
were held by Mr. and Mrs. L. I
Sloper, Mrs. Elmer D. Cook, W.
G. Cooper, Mrs William E. Moses
and Fred Gibson.
Mr. and Mrs. John Strand. Wil
lamina, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sloper,
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Thomas, Mrs.
Dora Magee and Mrs. D. Pugh
were special guests for the club
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner were
recent hosts for an attractive
evening of cards at their home.
Winning scores were held by Mrs.
Lloyd McDonald, Perry Sanders
and Grant Gruchow. Guests in
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mc
Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Perry San
ders, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Perrlne,
Mr. an- Mrs. Henry Sims, Mr. and
Mrs. Grant Gruchow, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Woelke, Mrs. Otto Wallace,
and Clarence Blundell.
Leslie Junior high will present
Its annual stunt night Friday.
Each class will present a stunt
which will be Judged on original
ity, presentation, properties and
entertainment value. The stunts
show a wide variety and consid
erable originality. Judges chosen
for the occasion are Mrs. David
Wright, Miss Carlotta Crowley and
Miss Lela Johnson.
The Swiss Yodelers will jive
intermission numbers. '
Mrs. Robert B. Houston of
Santa Rosa, California, it a guest
at the home of Mrs. B. C. Mlnto.
Mrs. Houston is a popular visitor
In Salem where she formerly
made her home.
Members of the Ecclesia club
were Introduced to a "backwards
party at the home of Miss Char
lotte Horning Wednesday evening
when they were ushered Into the
guest rooms by way of the back
door. Miss Emma Dell Scnwab-
bauer assisted Miss Horning as
The evening was spent playing
"backward" bridge, and working
jigsaw pussies which when com
pleted were the pictures of the
president, vice president and sec
retary. A short business meeting
concluded the evening.
Present were Edna McElhaney,
Miss Flora Turnbull, Miss Anu
Heisler, Miss Golda Wheeler,
Miss Velma Romlnger, Miss Es
ther Erickson, Miss Irene de Lisle,
Mist Elinor Dorrance, Miss Ruth
Cole, Miss Norma Sutherland, and
Miss Horning and Miss Schwab
bauer. Miss Orilla Horning was an
Mrs. William Dillmon Smith
will entertain members of Chapter
G of the P. E. O. Sisterhood at her
home, 1865 Center street, Monday
evening beginning at 7:45 o'clock.
Macaroni, 4 lbs.
Rose City curve cut
A real buy
1 lb. 17c 3 lbs.
Crown Kitchen Queen Hard
Wheat n A -
Black or Green Tea.
A real buy
Head, 4 lbs.
SEE OUR FRESH VEGE
TABLES, FRUITS, AT
PRICES THAT YOU CAN
N.B.C. Snowflake Salted Small White Beans, OO
Crackers-, OO. 6 lbs. for OC
21b. box OC A real value
Vegetable Com- oo Feed Department
pound, 4 lbs. for ..OC RecIeaned -
100 lbs. . v
Aita Villa Tomatoes OQ
2Vfcs, 3 for -JC Mill Run, gQ
Kerrs White Eagle Hard Hodgen Brewster Egg pro
Wheat Flour. -Q ducer With milk, oil and
A real buy, 49s I e7t greens, 1 7Q
100 lbs Ql. I J
medfiSm iJn H- Egg Mash,
Large size Oranges, OO g. B. Baby Chick Starting
2 dor. for -OC J?,?1 and$? 1 f)
milk, 100 lbs. .... IU
Fresh Extra Candled or Dev. Mash, milk, oil, greens
Eggs, 2 doz. for DC A real developer, A A
100 lbs. Q-.UU
HELP THE FARMER BY White Seed Oats. Re-
USING MORE EGGS AND cleaned. t(
BUTTER. Per 100 pi.UU
We Are Your Friends and Neighbors
Vz-th tins 33c
1-lb tins 63c
A Red Hot
We Deliver Orders of $1.00 or Over FREE
245 No. Commercial
MATCHES MILK f"11" SUGAR CLOROX CRISCO
Winner Brand Golden Key IJmit Fine granulated Leads them all For Better
Crton . . 17C 4 Can, . . 15C Pkg 10c 10 Lb. 42c 2 Pint, 15c O
Limit Carton 08c Limit " O Lb. Can tJC
, Sweetened Shred
1 Lb. Pkg 19C
49 Lb. Sack tuC
Jigwig Jig Saw
Pieces. Special AUC
. Albers Sunrise
White only, 1
9 Lb. Bag ....... 1C
-'Fresh long green-
Garden Sticks, a saving worth while, 2 dozen 29c
Coffee, Hills Red Can, 1 Pound 31c; 2 Pound Cans ...60c
Calumet Baking Powder, 1 Pound Can 25c
Grapenuts, the health food for breakfast, Pkg ! 15c
Bottle Caps, Bulldog, 1 gross carton, Each 15c
Jello, complete assortment of all flavors, 3 Pkgs 1 19c
Salt, Mortons, when it rains it pours, 2 Cartons ..15c
Sardines, North Star, Fancy Norwegian, 2 Cans 15c
Catsup, Ritters, in the large bottles, Each 10c
Water Tumblers, tall, clear. Stock up now, 5 for 19c
Malt, Sterling Brand, Three Pound Cans, Each 39c
Raisins, Fancy Seedless, in Cello Bags, 3 Lbs 17c
Yellow Split Peas, makes wonderful soup, 2 Lbs. 13c
Peaches, Sliced, in No. 10 Cans, a bargain, Can 39c
Soap, Swifts Classic White Laundry, 10 Bars...... 19c
Prunes, Large Fancy Italians, 3 Pounds 14c
Bottle Cappers, Regular 95c seller, special for 63c
Pals Dog Food, tall cans, Each . . 5C
FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
3 Lbs 10c
Fancy 2 for 15c
Radi- o 1 A
1 free with 12
1 Lb. Can 27 C
New 50c size
ar1 for 39c
5 lbs 14c
10 lbs 26c
U. S. No. 2
50 Bara 55C
Young Steer Beef
ggss. .aai2 pt
1 ,W J r W M IK
year's big op
portunity in new
Three Glorious Days of the Most Unique
Monotony prevention! Breakfast, lunch
eons, dinners and parties that are differ
ent, new, exa'tino,! That's what all of us want
and that's what the Safeway Stores Homcrnalcers"
Bureau, under the direction of Julia Lee
Wrisht, is striving for every day in the year.
Mrs. Julia Lee Wright, Director of the
Safeway Stores Homemakers Bureau,
brings you new discoveries in Kitchen
eering over the air each week. Now
Mrs. Marian Spencer comes to this very
city as her personal representative to
demonstrate at least 1 5 recipes a
day for three days .... ideas
rresh trom the Bureau s own '
Wednesday A2f - Thursday - Friday
There n mott important tecrtts
jW art rtdy to unfold;
Very interesting ttcrtts, you'll grt
Things wcV Upt quite uixlf com,
Not a person havt we told,
Now we grve them to you bsokitety free
You'll want to be present not
one day or two, but every day.
The Course start April 26 and
admission is free . . . just twice
as free if you bring a friend.
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THE SAFEWAY STORES HOMEMAKERS BUREAU
COURSE IN IQTCHElSnSERINCi