The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, June 10, 1949, Page 11, Image 11

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    wet recent viaitort with Mr. and
Mrs. Wtlliam de Vries here. About
19 friends were present Monday
evening for entertainment at a
gathering honoring the visitors.
CEANGC MEET HELD
Santiam i Valley grange held
their business meeting at the hall
Friday night with the regular
routine of business carried out. Mr
and Mrs. Mathieuw Beaver and
Hubert Hampton were obligated
into the first and second degrees.
Larger Crowd Attends
Lyons School Picnic
The last day of school picnic
was held Sunday at the Lyons
school ground with a large crowd,
a basket lunch was served at the
noon hour, followed by a shod
Marjorie Prichard received the
grange to attend 4-K club sum
mer school held at Corvallis.
program by the aotiool ehlldren,
which consisted of songs, dances
and music. In mid-afternoon two
ball games were the attraction,
fathers and sons and mothers and
daughters.
The Orvtlle Downing family
went to Sutherlin. where they at
tended the graduation of Irene
Downing from high school. Miss
Downing is a niece of the Down
ing and a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Downing.
Donald Kuiken. son of Mrs. Elva
Tho Statesman. Salem Oregon, Friday. Tuna 10, 1M$ 1
THE VALLEY NEWS COLUMNS
Kuiken and a graduate of the
Stayton high, school, received a
scholarship to Oregon State Col-
The skJUs of the glassworkers
who make fine American hand
made class tableware are handed
down from grandfather to grand
son. At least ten years of intensive
training are required before a man
is regarded aa skilled.
ft & :
For the) Tim. of
Your Lifel
"DAFFY J
AUCTION!"
From Tha Oregon Statesman's Valley Coirejpondenti
time to time. A donation was made
to the cancer fund.
Wewdbara -4 Jim Cay. son of
Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Gay of Wood
bum was installed as master coun
cilor tt 1 public ceremonttii for
Vfoodburn chapter of Demeiay
Thursday nifht. Roy Hena i
the retiring master.
I !
rrsJUaaa The community
club will meet at the scstool bouse
Friday evening, June 1. The
Mother flub) will sponsor an old
fashioned) country store with the
proeeed to go toward purchase f
equipment for the school.
rrataaa Mt. and Mrs. Ben
Grusin mod two son from Kansas
Jeff ergon Youth
Fellowship Slates
Benefit Dinner
JEFFERSON Methodwt Youh
Fellowship is sponsoring a chicken
dinner at the city hU Saturday
night, June 11, from 6 until 9
o'clock. The proceed will be
uvd in burin a sli projector.
Gideon of the Alban.r-Orvalll
ramp will sneak at the mornime
service at the Methodist church
Sunday, June 12 Joan Hodeck.
Jim Purdy and David Handy of
Willamette uni vemty conducted
the Youth Fellowship service last
Sunday.
.' Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth E Brumm
of Buffalo, N.Y.. are visiting Mr
Brurrim's aunt. Mrs Nora T. Nor
ton in Portland anJ her brother
Robert Norton. The Brumms
timed their vacation so th?v could
Ih here June 2 when Robert ra
d jated from Multnomah college.
The latter and Mm. Brumm lived
In Jefferson many r", at tend' -
j infl Jefferson whwU
Valley
Rricfo
Mwegle Barfwis Van Loh,
daughter of Mr. n1 Mr Henry
Vri lfih i in trn iJwi General
!ir,,ital this week having under
g ne a spinal operation on Mon
dv. Sweet Home Mr an I Mrs
El Davis, Merrill. ns punhawd
V old Blgle ranch in Iower
Plnt Valley and eKot to move
at urnrn as they nmp iv it property
In Merrill. Davis hs hn chief of
police at Merrill for th putt 13
ye-rs.
Swegle Captun and Mrs
Clayton Dalke and daughters are
j.'tding his 30-day furlatiijh 'visit
ing his parents Mr nd Mr. Men
ti i IJalke and the faniih! of his
si -.(!. Mr. (irver4 Welty aini
Bli. Mj Singer.
i
Sweet Home - .oral Dmcrats
ar again reminded, t the rally
mating to lw hHd at tl- White
cafe. Friday evening, Jcjh 10 at
I pm. (DST).
GaUnt The GaW cafe which
rm rxen rioen an winter, re
nnxtied recently uniiir nv. injii
atirtent. Mr. and Mm E. Eliath
l.it time and aim mi.:
George Holingwoth have Ia.ed
the cafe and the tnteAur In hee i
rtiMdeled and new equipment, ad
d.d. Amity The Amity nty conn
ed approved the estimated btid-e-t
for the fiwal yew at it reKti
Jr meeting. June 9. The council j
will order a new (wwii for ' ttiis !
year The last misuii w j taken
in 1840 when ft!MI perdn wet
tabulated. fiatea Mr. and Mrs Sieve
.Champ are moving, ttvi wek U
their new home-at Cloverdale. The
champs who have hved hie for
Uie (mat 11 yeri. recently sold
their home to George Manolis of
Silverton.
i
Broaka ' Harmony Plekali
Idge met in requltr 4iiin witn
Mis. Isabel In. n'itl gtand
pi eliding. Nora Sullivan wa in
itiated into full mem her in in. Six
teen members were present.
Roberta Roy Stot, formerly
with Cherry-Biuretl Co.. ha ac
cepted a position with Dirv Suu
ply Co.. in Portland aa aalen man
aier.j The Stout family will sell
their home mi Croimwi Crekroad
arid move to Portland this turn
mr.
Dsrton - - Glen Groseth was
clioen vf)i eiden nf the Fail viev
Community, chib at tHe annual
el tion ht-jd in Iro Wednes-
dv. Mrs. Carl Wid wi Hect
e t vice president and Vei no'i
Sie(nen.. kcretary
HUlamlna-The VFW ' S-ihodeo"
h"id at the high arho.i fi td here
S'liiday profited $410 fc th Mem
ri! 1uildmg food, Geieral chair
man lyie-t Durtiam reported Wed
ifkday. UarUa Hem-y F. Beyoe, Royal
Hibl and Mywad Stignite
vie elected new lirecfoi f the
t'monvale rural achiiol at a .pedal
el'.tilon held Monday.
KaberU GT Ctu m-t at the
home of Mix M A Mir and
,fn ie Han for a Mr picnic. The
ehtli oted to car f a family
lur inland, which caauutta of seven
children and Ihe paieMti. F.Kt and
cl.Miunf, will be sent to them from
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BAIY TRANSPORT
Mr. William KenMHk Hkier.
of tVashiaftea. D. CM OtaiHis lo-u-a
aaaUiers ad fcaacarwas tar
l!tis neth4 af earriring krr
daurhler, (Mfesie. tf aawaHiis aid.
AMERICAN CHEESE FOOD
That's our BIG
DAIRY MONTH
CELEBRATION
SlPIECHAILl
Junt Is
4
Dairy Monfh
ilf" - T .
For melted cheese sandwiches, for souffl dish, recipes, in fact, wherever you think
of using cheese, BREEZE Cheese Food cart help make the menu s-i-n-g! And, folks!
-FOA THAT SUMMER THIRST!
This price is for the Big two pound package .
Get yours early . , and be sure!
a marvelous buy for every family. '
Qfs.
Root Deerj
Cragmoht
i
Alto Sno-Cola, Tom Collins, Sparkling
Water and many other, at this price.
Spark. Water, Whlto Rock, 2 8 -or, 15c
Gingtr Alt. Whit. Rock, 28or. 20e
lirelcy's Orange, 7-ot. bot. 25t
Hires Root 12-ok. boftlt...S
PepI-Cola, Big 12-or. bottle ... 5a
Giager Ala, Cnk Dry, 28-ox. 20
Noabitt'e Oraaqo, 7 oc. bottlo. G ioe 30
Coca Cola. l-oc. bottle ... 6 for 25d
CAMAY
Beauty Sxip f
Bath Bar f M
Slxe at ior
23c
DREFT
26c
For lota of 8uda
U-os.
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GUARANTEED MEATf
QUALITY IEEP
SWISS
STEAKS
Thick, tniary, tender, juicy cuts
of Quality beef at a price you
can wall afford.
Lb.
Purt Pork Sauiagt Caawfry m,u
Df Short Ribs r Mu
Pur Ground Deof r
Ytcl Shoulder Roash Yr YmI
Votsl Rump Roost or leg
Drcast of Vol i
Sraoktd Picnics 'm
Fillet of Cod
v. i
Whole Crobs t !
AMERICAN
CHEESE
Dutch Mill
flirt
2-LI. PKG.
KRAFT AMERICAN
s
CHEESE
Another Dairy
Month Favorite
TILLAMOOK
AMERICAN CHEESI
Rindless. flavor
ful favorite Ptr
lb. 59'
KRAFT ASSORTMENT
Cheese Spreads ttLI?
Oltv Ptmaata, Flmante, PWaaaJa, Llmksirear k RalisK
Cream Cheese 2 Pt,..35c
Kraft Cottage Cheese P. 20c
CHATHAM AMERICAN
Genuine Cheddar
Mo Rlad yiCTc
1
Porh and Beans
VAN CAMr-S. N. 100 Cm
10'
Kcro Syrup
Dill Pickles
55c
r.33'
T.
aiaaie style Jr
RITZ Crachers
Pickles Jfe"tir 19'
Plneepple 39'
U fas
Candy Bm
aaaa Pfcf.
' Aftl
loc et 24 lor FO
9aa aood wltfc 14b. Of4
atsraf
inythinl
X
Vfeners Osaer Mayer ; Cea
Dinner NapUns . 225'
Waxed Peper zie 15 19c
Gum
Sugar
Cigarettes
AN Pavorffec
Cartoa 14 pfcfe.
Coano
1Mb.
83
79
tria.
wa 1041m. Uf li
Peaseaa
ara
Ooe. S14S
tea
CRISCO
830
DteatfbU 84b.
Snoctenlnqr oam
ROYAL SATIN
Shortening
Mk. ... 79
All T4alU t lb.
Shortoolng mam.
SPRY
830
Laeheon
MEATS
DAH9T ASSORTMENT
lb. 4Y I j I
Ih I I Mild. Li.
i 5' TteMlA
lb. 25. Iftc "- r. c...
lb. Ms J
Bleomargarino
Snaaybink
.519
Marshmallous
12-ouaoo CaJlaphsma bm. faoek u fee Holl
day Hoods. f
j EXTRA FRESH 7
Wieners
cr 0c!ocna
Special
Priit
lb. 45'
Fraoh Grada A laroe
RlUl'Jnl'Air
SAFEWAYS Fresli Prcioce Valaes
Tnniips indi90
Celoehal Buadsoa
Fresh Bccls 2 1150
Cahbacjo mm l u.Q0
CHalati lay WkUa '
Cauliflower ib.150
i
Golden Corn
Hs'a caW-eab a Q .
sat tfm vory Wet Ua. JL '
Oranges i.. 5 ik, 550
aOaMV aPaWfltaV .aLissK 70
Tcnatees I . . wa. conoo
Sqnash
i"
ib 100
Priceai la ttdm sad aaloctfy tkrouqh Saturday.
Juno 11. We xmri the right to limit. '
DOG FOOD
CAli
New Pof of be
10 u-490
Whlfav
No. 1
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