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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem. Oregon. Iftlday Morninjr, January 12, 1934
Those attending will bring cake
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5 KEIZER, Jan. 11,. The Boy
Scoot troop 7 of Keizer.' and
i- Scoutmaster Wilson are planning
an educational hike Saturday,
- , leaving the . schoolhonae at -: 9
o'clock. They will Tlslt the Pa-
- clfic Telephone company, Wlllanv-
-ett nnlveraity, Kay Woolen mill,
- t Dr. Thompson's x-ray laboratory,
'the Hendrie clinical laboratories,
CapItoI theatre, Marion cream--ry,
Marion hotel and Oregon
. Palp A ; Paper company.
: At , the . noon hour they will
meet in the dining room at the
" First M. EJ church where 'lunch
V eon will be served in charge of
An. Mlnturn who will be assist
ed by Mrs. Harvey Hansen. Mrs.
-J Martin Miller, Harriett Minturn
and Mrs. C. N. Thompson. In the
. atfernoon troop 7 and troop 1 5
.will play '.basketball at the Wil
lamette gym, and' afterward the
-- Kelier '-troop will enjoy swim--jning
at the Y. -f
' .Three new" members have been
sidded to the roll of troop '7,-In-'i-dlan
boys from ' Chemawa. Wil--?
lianv Blakeslee, Donald McCray
; ad .Milan Smith.
I Sales Tax Subject Up
,' 'At Legion Meet 15th
SILVERTON, Jan. 11. Del
bert Reeves post of the American
. Legion is sponsoring "open
house" Monday night with M. S.
- Schrock of Milwaukee an the
speaker for the sales tax. ThU is
-" the first of a series of meetings
at which both sides of the sales
' tax will be discussed. In two weeks
-a. speaker opposing the issue will
- speak. The meetings are open to
' the public.
MasrH&et and Grocery
265 N. Liberty
Right to Your Kitchen and No Extra
Charge for Delivery!
EASY PIE CRUST
Enough in a can for four
large . crusts.
tJ cans 33c
Just Roll It Out
Glazed Earthen- .
ware Crock, val- AH tor
no 45c, with 2
large pkga. N. QaC
lilira'S MARKET. I
178 SOUTH COMMERCIAL ST.
Meat Bargains for Friday & Saturday
Fresh Peanut Butter a'.- a
1 Free Deliyery e
A CENTRAL HOWELLL, Jan. 11.
The community club will meet
Friday night with the men in
hcarge. Alev Llchty, D. A. Stef
fen and Pearl Wood are prepar
ing ' a program consisting of a
variety of numbers. The food com
mittee is Henry Werner, Milo
Wilcox and Walter Binegar.
EVANS VALLEY, Jan. 11
Evans Valley community club will
hold Jts first meeting of the new
year Friday night at Evans Val
ley school. Arthur Brendon, pres
ident, -will preside. Ed Lofthus,
Norris Langsev, Raymon.4 Fun-
rue and Melrin Brendon haTe ar
ranged the program, and host
esses are Mrs. Nels Langsev. Mrs.
eBn Funrue and Mrs. W. R.
The program to be given has
been announced as follows:
Play, "Who Says Kent?" giv
en by Helen Brendon, Thelma
Lofthus, Thelma Sunde, Raymond
Funrue, Earl " Ve.rbeck and Nor
ris Langsev; banjo solos, Oliver
Carpenter; reading, Harland Loe:
selections. Granddad' quartet;
playlet, school children; ocal
duet, Bernice Langsev and Thel
ma .Lothus; selections. Four
Norsemen; reading. Otto Dahl;
instrumental selections, Floyd
Verbeck and Elbert Canoy.
LIBERTY, Jan. 11. The regu
lar meeting of the community club
will be held Friday, January 12,
at 8 p. m. at tbe hall. In charge
of the program are Mrs. C. W.
Stacey, Mrs. Guy Williams, Mrs.
W. Westenhouse, Mrs. R. Forster
and Mrs. V. Decatur.
Clifford Moynihan of Salem will
speak on experiences at the Cen
tury of Progress during the Le
gion drum corps trip. Mrs. E. C.
Free and Mrs. J. Williams will
be in charge of refreshments.
need Body Building
Foods. There's none bet
ter than our fine quality
meats. See that they get
their full share of it.
Cut from fancy Prime
2 ik a
Cose at 8 p.nu Saturday
HI CLUBS H i
IN KE1ZER SCHOOL
KEIZER, Jan. 11. A 4-H sew
ing club has been organixed un
der the leadership ' of Mrs. Her
man Rehfuss. The name chosen
is "The Fireside Sewers." Officers
elected were: President, Evelyn
Melson; vice-president, Lorraine
Sun; secretary - treasurer, Mar
garet Addison. - .
The members are: Division
pne, Katherine Shawver; division
twd, Evelyn Melson, Vilma Bran
don and Edna Gobert; division
three, Sylvia Claggett, Margaret
Addison and Lorraine Sun.
A handicraft 4-H club was or
ganized Friday with Wiley Weath
ers as leader, Hoyt Varbel is
president, Frances Munturn, vice
president, and Henry Doner, secretary-treasurer.
Members are David Melson,
Buddy Melovidof f , Guy Jonas,
Alton Shannons Howard Boock
HoHward Larkins, ' Melvin Lar
kins, Chugh Sun, Donald Addi
son, Albert Evans, Walter Bliven;
Robert Unruh, Willard Weathers,
Martin Miller, Hoyt Varbel. Mil
ton Smith. Clifford Weathers.
Henry Doner and Francis Min
turn. Muffin Makers 4-H
Club Composed of
15 Boys at Turner
TURNER, Jan. 11. The Busy
Five clothing 4-H club recently
made plans for tbe remainder of
the club year. The first project
is being worked out and a demon
stration will be put on at each
meeting. Ruth Bones and Wilms
Larson led the day's project in
making hems. L. Verna White
head, leader, gave an interesting
report of her two weeks spent at
the 4-H summer school at O. S. C.
The Masculine Muffin Makers
4-H club boys, a membership of
15. Keith Ball is president.
The leader, D. B. Parks has the
work well arranged and gave
plans at the initial meeting for
tbe remainder of the year. An out
door meal will be prepared by the
boys soon and later a fire hole
menu will be worked out.
Long Vacation is
Of Students' Play
MOLALLA,. Jan. 11. Prac
tice started this week on the high
school student body play "The
Clay's the Thing." a three - act
farce, with Mrs. Catherine O'Con
nor directing. The play was to
have been presented February 2,
but since the prolonged, vacation
the date of the play will be de
cided upon later. In the play are
Violet Marts, Hazel . Bracken,
Oakley Glenn, Vincent Erickson,
Donald Dapp, Marguerite Miles,
Margaret Itschner, Robert Heth,
Ralph Kapler, Virginia Shaver
and Elwin Surgart.
The Civic club meeting sched
uled for January 11 has been
postponed to January 18 at the
home of Mrs. C. L. Ireland. The
regular meeting would have been
at the same hour as the funeral
services for Leo Shaver."
1XCEARSE MINE WORK
SCIO, Jan. 11. Operations
at the Crown mine in the Elk
horn district on the Little North
Fork of the Santiam river are re
ported being increased this week,
with the addition to the crew of
Lester and Byron BHyeu of Scio,
and Mr. Chilcote and others of the
Lebanon region. R. E. Perry of
Scio, manager cf the mine, is with
the workers for a time.
With 23c Meat Purchase
Night ' Dial 8686
Don't fail to take advantage of these special Quantity Prices. Starred
and we invite you to compare them for Quality and Flavor.
No. 3 cans
1 can 10c
3 cans 29c
6 cans 55c
Size 1 Can 3 Cans 6 Cans Size 1 Can 3 Cans Cans
ESS Asparagus Picni. 12c 33c 59c " PEAS 15c 43c 83c
n Asparagus T 17c 49c 95c Cus,er PEAS 11c 31c 59c
rT Golden Corn SS 11c 31c 59c Mal" PEAS T 10c 25c 49c 1
STS. CORN 33 13c 37c 70c Tomte T 10c 29c 55c
Ebta8r, SPINACH - 10c 29c 55c - Tomatoes & 14c 40c 79c
E,8iB0" SPINACH ft 17c 49c 95c EbiB0" HOMINY ft 10c 29c 55c
TASTE TELLS TOMATO
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Size 1 Can 3 Cans 6 Cans Size 1 Can 3 Cans 6 Cans
IT OYSTERS so. 12c 35c 65c SS. APRICOTS 10c 29c 55c
fS SHRIMP 5M 12c 35c 65c T PEACHES 17c 49c 95c
IT TUNA 10c 29c 55c E,sinore Grape Fruit 15c 43c 83c
??ndkSkin SALMON-13c 38c 72c SET Grape Fruit y 14c 40c 79c
No. 2 cans
1 can 15c
3 cans 43c
5 cans 83c
Vi lb. pkg.
1 Whole Kernel
No. 2 cans
I 1 can 15c
3 cans 43c
I 6 cans 83c
2 ccr: 2(53
items are OREGON GROWN and PACKED
Iju-ge No. 24 can
1 can 10c
3 cans 29c
6 cans 55c
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No. a rana
1 can 15c
3 cans 43c
S cans 83c
5c 'Kefonii trnffiiU;