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has as tough a time as
President Roosevelt, try.
ing to keep her budget
balanced. Women Will
And food budget-keeping
a pleasure by doing all
their food shopping at
Piggly Wiggly our
prices, for quality foods,
are always the lowest.
We Deliver 91 Orders or Over
245 N. Commercial
$ lb. tins
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Assorted Flavors, f
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1 lb ? Kr
pkgg. fci for Iwt
For Fine Clothes, f
FigBarsH" 2 -asc
i gal. 17c
5 gals. jqc
Sperry's Pancake 4 lb. sk. 27c
and Waffle Flour 10s sk. 49c
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
lg. size, no
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Yakima N o ,
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size, 1 O .
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Veg. for Sonp
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Baby Beef lb.
BACON SQUARES 7fi2K
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LEO A. SB IS
MOLALLA, Jan. 11. Services
for Leo A. Sharer, killed early
Tuesday morning when he ran
Into a truck near Oregon City,
were held Thursday afternoon at
the Everhart funeral home. Bur
ial was at the Adams cemetery.
Indications are that Mr. Shaver
did not see the truck nntil he
drove squarely into the back of it,
according to the investigations of
police. There were no signs of the
car's having skidded. Mr. Shaver
had lived in Molalla all bis life.
He was a graduate of the high
school here and had attended Ore
gon State college. He was a world
war veteran and a member of sev
eral organizations, including the
Masons, Eastern Star and Odd
Fellows. He had been prominent
in civic affairs, having served as
councilman and city engineer. For
a number of years he owned a
large warehouse here. Later, he
was roadmaster for several dis
tricts. He is survived by his widow;
a daughter, Virginia. 13; mother,
Mrs. Delia Shaver; two brothers,
Alfred and James, and a sister,
Mrs. Frank Muller, all of Molalla.
He was one of the descendants of
Sarah and Jacob Robbins, pioneers
of ' the Molalla valley, and has
many relatives In this community.
Will Hold Annual
Friday evening at 6:30 o'clock
the members and friends of the
Fruitland Evangelical church will
meet at the church for a potluck
supper. Following the meal there
will be a devotional period in
charge of the pastor, Rev. Dean
Vermillion of Salem.
Reports will be given from the
heads of the different departments
of the church and officers will be
elected for the new year. Follow
ing the election plans will be dis
cussed for the church for this
coming year. Every member of the
Fruitland community, regardless
of church affiliation, is invited to
participate in the fellowship of
To Meet at Oak Point
INDEPENDENCE. Jan. 11
The first meeting of the year for
the chamber of commerce was
held Tuesday night at the Pres
byterian church. Reports of all
the committees were given. The
rest was a general business meet
ing. The next meeting will be
held at the Oak Point school
house, January 23. The Oak
Point Rural club is sponsoring a
chicken dinner and entertainment.
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. Salem grange No. 17 win meet
Saturday morning at 10 o'clock
in the call over .Miller' store,
with business to be handled in
the morning, potluck lunch at
noon and the lecturer's program
at 1:30 o'clock. Friends are in
vited to the afternoon meeting.
Mrs. Arthur Brown, lecturer,
has arrmged this program: Two
familiar songs by" grange; de
scriptive music, "Tam o'Shanter,"
Mrs. D. B. Kleihage, lecturer of
Chemawa grange; :-cry of this
poem, Mrs. Brown; vocal solos,
"Cuddle Doon" and "Roamin' in
the Gloamin'," E. H. McDonald,
accompanied by Mrs. Roy R.
Hewitt; impressions of the na
tional grange meeting, Prof. S.
B. McLaughlin, Willamette uni
versity; Bkit by Robert McGil-christ.
Marion county Pomona grange
will meet Wednesday, January 17,
with the Stayton grange at Stay
ton, in an all-day session. New
officers will be installed by Mrs.
Ellen 6. Lambert and her team.
The main speaker on the after
noon program will Le Peter Zlm-
?ierman, state legislator, whose
ubject will be "rftate Banking."
An orchestr- composed of Turner
and Stayton grange members will
LIBERTY. Jan. 11. The Red
Hills grange potluck dinner drew
very good attendance Tuesday
night. Mrs. P. G. Judd was in
charge. The year's regular stand
ing committees were appointed:
Financial. Harlan Jucd. Victor
Ballantyne and Mrs. C. H. Taylor;
agriculture. Howard Z 1 n s e r,
George Heckart and E. G. Clark;
legislative. Frank Judd. Harold
Pruitt, CharleB Ratcliff; home ec-
Tumbles From Tree
At Gun's Grumbles
MILL CITY, Jan. 11
Tuesday a seven-foot con
gar attracted a great deal of
attention here. The big cat
was killed by E. F. Uroblebe
earlier In the morning at
his home two miles west on
the Marion county side.
C oblehe was awakened
about S o'clock by the bark
ing of bis dog. Investigat
ing, he found the dog was
at the foot of tree and as
Groblebe conld not see
what he had treed, be took
a shot into the branches.
The first did not take effect
but at the second the big
cat came tumbling down.
The animal started to rua
but another shot from Grob
lebe's gun finished him. ..
In past -r years several
bears have' been killed in
the vicinity of the Groblebe
home but this Is the first
cougar that bad gotten so
onomics, MrsJ John Van Lydegraf ,
Mrs. Oscar Deneer, Mrs. C. W.
SUcey; flower and sick, Mr. and
Mrs. P. Q. Jndd, Mr. and Mrs. Gus
Cole, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Taylon
publicity, Mrs. W. R. Dallas, Mrs'.
E. C. Clark and Mrs. VanLydegraf
who are lecturer, secretary and
home economics chairman, respec
tively. C. H. Taylor gave a report on
the recent agriculture committee
conference at Monitor. A vote car
ried inviting Ankeny grange here
for the meeting February 27. .Red
Hills will put on a program at
Chemawa January 26.
The Junior Artisans of Salem,
Mrs. Roby in charge, gave a pleas
ing program of solos, tap and ac
robatic dancing, recitations and
accordion numbers during the din
ner hour. Lecturer's program in
cluded reading by Dorothy Beck
ley; steel guitar solo, V. Ballan
tyne; solos, Roswell Wright of
Ankeny. Several members were
called upon to give a review of
important events in 1933.
And What is
This to Do?
SCIO, Jan. 11 As a young
man more than 50 years ago.
N. I. Morrison of Scio, then a res
Ident of Forestville,' New York,
purchased a ticket over the New
York, Lake Erie and Western
railroad to Dunkirk, a distance of
For some reason which he does
not now recall, he did not make
the trip. However, he retained the
ticket for the fare and has it
among his papers at the store in
this city. It is believed to be one
of the oldest documents of its
kind in existence.
Morrison avers he will spring
the ticket on a conductor if he
ever has occasion to make the
trip, which will require a dash
across the continent in order to
connect with the old "Erie" Jine,
as it is called.
AUMSVILLE, Jan. 11, Tbe
sewing club of the P.T.A. has re
sumed meetings. Mrs. A. E. Brad
ley will act as leader nntll a per
manent leader is appointed. The
president, Mrs. Landers, has sent
in her resignation. ;
A group' from the Bethel church
in Aumsville attended the Meth
odist Sunday school convention ' . -.
Turner Suflday. W. H. Fuson, su
perintendent of the Sunday school
here, gave a report of the year's
work. . John Mix of the local
church was appointed chairman
of the next program committee.
The next convention will be held
at tbe Bethel chdrch in Aums
ville. Election of officer for the
Christian Endeavbr were held
Sunday night with President Dor.
othy Asche, Vice-president Leora
Wesley Mix. Leora Gearhart was
112 N. Commercial St.
Drainage and Walk
JEFFERSON, Jan. 11. At
the January meeting of the city
council Monday night, it was de
cided to lay a new water main
from Ferry street west to the
pump house. The drainage project
in the north end of town was or
dered. The work will be done by
the CWA workmen.
A number of bills were ordered
paid, and arrangements were
made to get lumber to build new
crosswalks, and to repair side
walks where needed; property
owners to pay for the material.
Potatoes.; : so , 4Sc
Spinach Preferred Stock 2 ran "JS2
Oranges 4 2 scg
PARSNIPS 5- 0 IP
n Royal Club 9 OP.
VOrn Whole Kernel cans UOK.
Peas ......... Large Cans 3 cans 25c
Oxydol . . Large size 17c
Rice Fancy Broken 4 lbs. 15c
Beans .... or Reds 10 37c
Kelloggs or Post Toasties . rvg. 8 c
Jell-O Alt Flavors, pkg. JC
Flour Perfection, Guaranteed, sack $1 35
Peaches, Pears, Apricots ..... Large tin 15c
3 Bring Container Otf)
lbs. ,. wC
We have just distributed the new 1934 All-Brai
booklet in your neighborhood. Entitled "Keep on
tbe Sonny Side of life," it brings all tbe facts about
common constipation, and telli bow this ailment
can be corrected.
As yon read this valuable booklet, yon will
find many suggestions for improving tbe health
of your family. Protect them against common
constipation with its frequent headaches, loss
of appetite and energy by serving a delicious
Laboratory tests show that Kellogg's All-Bran
provides "bulk" and vitamin B to aid elimination.
Also iron for the blood.
Serve Aix-Bban as a Cereal, or cook into fluffy
muffins, breads, omelets, etc How much better than
risking patent medicines!
Tour grocer has your pass
port to health. Be sure to
ask for Kellogg's All-Bran.
If you did not get the book
let, have us send you one free
upon request Kellogg Com
pany. Battle Creek, Mich.
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