The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, June 24, 1949, Page 11, Image 11

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Sidney-Talbot
Farmers Union
Plans Picnic
Talbot. A basket dinner will be
Talbot Farmers union will be Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Cole, Mr. and
Mrs. John Craig, Mr. and Mrs.
Oakley Cochran and Mr. and Mrs.
Delmer Davidson.
Mrs. Monte Waddle and baby,
Steven La Mont, will come home
from Salem General hospital Wed
nesday and stay a few days with
her parents, Mr. arid Mrs. Albert
Colex on Talbot road. The baby
weighed seven pounds 12 ounces
at birth June 17. This is the Wed-
The Statesman, Salem. Oregon, Friday. Tun 2. 1943--11
served at noon, followed by visit
ing, ball games and contests for
the young fry. Ice , cream, pep,
etc., will be sold. On the com
mittee are Hanry Turnidge, chair
man; Delmer Davidson. Harold
Super and A. R. Bhnston. The
committee will meet Friday night
at Farmers union to complete
plans.
On the refreshment committee
Friday night for regular Sidney-
ales first baby. Mrs. Weddle is
the former! Gaynell Cole. Pater
nal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
L. A. Weddle.
House guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Enos Nelson at Talbot are
Mrs. Nelson's brother. Ed Rosch
ewski and Mrs. Roschewski, and
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Roschewski
and daughter Sonya of Denver,
STRATOCmUISERS DELIVERED
SEATTLE. June 23 (iTVThe
Boeing Airplane company deliv
ered the first stratocruiser for
domestic" air service to Northwest
airlines Wednesday. The $1,500,
000 plane is the first of 10 ordered
by the airline.
Colo. The two families are on va
cation. JEFFERSON Sidney - Talbot
Farmen union will ihold their
Fourth of July community picnic
on the Henry Turnidge ranch in
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PLAN SR-37
A ramhlinx rottace f tw Kpdrvcm whirh ran be enlarged to a three bedroom hue by rutting a hall
through the rloftrta and relocating the storage; spare. Thin heuse is planned for a romplete basement,
but elimination of regular attir by lowering the roof lines reduces cubage and makes for economy of
ronMrartion. This plan. 5R-J7. by Elmer Gyilerk. arrhitrrt. llS Grove Ave Elgin. IIL. rails for
18.360 rubie feet of construction without garage. Its open plan for living room and dining area pro
tides spare measuring 10 feet In both directions. The partition between kitchen and dining room is plac
ed on a slight diagonal to add to this soartousneM. A deUil of the fireplace design is shown at the up
per right. The arrhitert suggests a a exterior of wood siding a roof of wood or asphalt shingles and a
stone chimney. -
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olds Picnic
In Petlcc Park
rEDFE jJfpesrenHnts of John
end F.lln DHon h-ld their sr
cond animal fcuijion and picnic '
at Truex Rime iSatuirlay. Ve.rn ;
, Osboi n, Monr&otiiri, w as elected
president; Lester GeoiRe, Dallas,
vice president, and Mrs. Delia
Bnuman, S.ikm. .isecretry. Mrs.
Bau matt brought 'jhe family tree
up to dnte. k j
Others pesnt ucre Mrs. J
Charles Smith. Talent; Arnold and '
Linda Baurnan and Mr. and Mrs. i
George Mi'orma k. Salem; Mr. j
, and Mr s. Wes Osborn, Ha'lsey; i
Mr. and Mrs. Lester George. Dal- '
las; 3VIr. and Mrs. Huh Bennett
and Bobbie. Mr. and Mrs. W T.
Harris. Mrs. Edith Fallm. Mrs. Or- ;
ville Edwards. Ronnie and K.lainc.
niiig Eajjle Patrol
Wins Troop 19 Content
SALEM HEIGHTS The three
months contest held by the Boy
Scouts of troop 19 for; attendance,
uniform antf advancement was
won by the; Flying Eagie Patrol.
Patiol leader was Bob Ruhle,
assistant potro'l leader, John Wil-
Mis. Lee Reynolds. Mrs. Virginia
Wilkinson id Billie, Philomath:
Mr. and Mrf. Henry i Nendel and
Walter. Charlies Nendel, Airlie; Mr.
and Mrs. Lodi Scott. Summit: Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Nendel, Kings Val
ley; Mr. and;. Mrs. Ronald Trueax.
Wanda. Nancy and Tommy, Mr.
and Mrs. Win Osborn and Mar
ceil, Mr. and Mrs. Jesss Payne and
scu. uMnnmouth; Ed 0sborn. Falls
City; Mrs. liua Trueax, Mr. and
Mrs, J W. McCormack, Pedee.
Visitors were Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Trueax. Joyce and Allan.
..nd Marlene and Coljne Condron.
Pedee. ;
bur. Scribe, David Morgan, quar
termaster, Bruce Lethin, and
Bugler, Marion Patman.
Clark Lethin, who is camping
ar.d activity chairman for the Cas
cade Council has promised the
Winning patrol a weekend trip
and will meet Thursday . night to
discuss plans.
Clark Lethin spnt last week
end at Camp Pioneer making
ready the camp for the boys who
will attend camp in the Cascade
Area.
Wildlife Group To Meel
' STAYTON A meeting has been
scheduled for Friday, June 24, at
8 p.m. at the city hall for the
purpose of organizing a rod and
pun : club, according to Harold
Wodtly.
; Here to explain the aims and
benefits of such an organization
will be Peter Mofte'nson of Mil
waukee who will he. speaker.
Prime objective of the movement,
it is said, will be the stocking of
rivers and streams with game fish.
You con Novor bo mort certain of Qualify
Foods at Ral Savings than by relying on
ut for mem Each and Ery Day! Others
nver determine our prices, for wt tet the pace
by Constantly Watching Your Food Costs!
Your assurance of Quality... Savings...
Complete Satisfaction h to always rely on
ERICSSON'S
SPECIALS FOR
FRI. - SAT. - SUNDAY
SUPER SUDS Wash Powder : 2 lqe. pkg. 390
TOIIATO JUICE BC"' 19c
(Chery Chase No. 2 Can 10c)
ORANGE JUICE yr.. 39c
GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 29c
CAKE MIXES SV. 31c
RICE KRISPIES Kelloqq'i 5'2 ox. 2 pkqs. 25c
LOCKER; CARTONS 100 . 95c
;i Chicken Fricassee
Lyndens large QQ(
29 oz. can ....... .; Ow
1 lb. can j 53e :
gi Bonedi Tnrkey
! Ranchers Pride reg. No. 'i fan
1 "Haley's Heal Balls it
With gravy j QQ(
Wfttn vtry brand tla1m$ ' L ' ' ! Jr M . I ill
la I. iL. 1 . f L J1A A II I
ii la ins neir. now n wAmnn i " J w-v ihk
ifWT. :
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Vegetable Stew
With Beef flaky s lge. QQC
No. , can
Veal Loaf
Swift Premium 27
7 oi. can i.
Corned Beei Hash
Swift Premium CZC
No. 2 can ....
Bee! Slew
formcl's Dintj Moore OQ(
lr. 14 oi. ran
Apple Juice 2ST ! 17c
Tree Top Drink It for health
CA1IIIIIIG SUPPLIES
Porlo Pectin 8 .. bom. 10 c
Sure-Jell Pectin 3 Pka. 33 c
Pen-Jel Pectin 3Pw33c
Jelly Glasses d0& 530
Kerr or Ball
Parowax SS 10c
Parowax JrP. 19 c
Jar Lids Dome pky. 33c
Jar Caps dI? 2Pk, 49c
Bernardin Caps TZ 37 c
IJason Jars fw ... do,. 89 c
Kerr or Ball 97c
Hew Store Honrs. 9 A. II. to9 10 P. II. Eiieciive Friday
While other brands elkm better quality, your grocer will tell you
only S W darts to nw it.
C'e invite a grocer to select other brands -any brands-from his shelves.
Then together we open each can and compare its quality with SW, prod
uct for product, by actua taste test.
For more than 30 years, grocer who have made this actual store test have
Judged SaiW best, every time. I
PROVI IT YOURSELF
Try any SaW Fine Food -fruits, vegetables,
juices, oven -baked beans and browft broad, .or
famous SW mellow'd coffee. We are confident
vou will scree that S7 I $, S
la ia a class by itselt
CANNED FRUITS
BREAKFAST FIGS
Arcjo Brand f r
No. 2 can .1 X'
APRICOTS
Narux Sweet Halves in 1 Q C
Syrup. No. 2 a can X W
Peaches-Freeslone
Calvale in syrup IQp
'4 can j 1. Xw
FRUIT COCKTAIL"
29 c
MANDARIN ORANGES
15c
5
BARTLETT PEARS
33 c
Welch's Fancy
No. 2Vi can .
Food Crest-ideal breakfast
fruit 11 ox. can
Iibby's Rosedale in
syrup No. 2 can ..
Crushed Pineapple
Del Monte OOc
No. 2 can i mO V
Hot
House
For quality, freshness, and low prices shop
our fruit and vegetable department.
. FRESH TOMATOES
Fancy, red ripe, deli- in 4 C gL
cious in salads m tubes ss W V
CUCUMBERS
Grown locally adds right touch to salads.
3 lot 140
GREEN PEPPERS
4 .0, 190
GREEN CORN on Ihe Cob
Garden fresh,
finest quality O for V
POTATOES
California Shaffers lOib. 390
STRINGLESS BEANS
Fresh from The Dalles new low price.
Green or
Just right for
stuffing
wax
lbs.
Arnonr's Branded
Front quarters, hind quarters 49 lb No charge for cutting or
wrapping.
This is Yearling Hereford Bef from Eastern Oregon. Just right
for your lockers quarters average 808S Ibe. .
STEMS
Armour's
Branded Bef Lb.
Round - Sirloin - Rib or T Bone
10ASTS
Armour's lean
and lender Lb.
Branded Beef from Eastern Oregon Herefords
SLICED
BACON ENDS
490
SLICED
BACON, MUD Oil 3 , $1.00
HAII-SHAIIK CUTS 390
CHICKENS Each $ 1 .49
Krusleaz
71
The popular pie
crust mix.
Large 17-os.
310
Kilchen Queen
Flour
w -ir mm mm m
10 lb.
bag
85 c
25
bag
1.79
50 lb.
bag
3.55
Sunshine
Candies
27 c
Boston Mints
Lge. 14 ox. pkg.
MB
PLAYFAIR
Dog Food
3 toll cans 19C
PLEASE
Dog Food
3 tall cans Z5C
GAINES
Dog Food
Meal or Kruncheon
2 ib. pkg. 29c
MAYONNAISE
Kraft
Pint Jr
37c
SHRIMPS
5 '- m
29c
BEANS IV HAM 2
King-wood No. 2 cans
Pork & Beans
Van Camp's
3 tall can. 33c
No. 2'2 can 23 1
cans
19c
Columbia
No. rs
Sauerkraut
cans 19e
Del Monle Peas
Sweet and tender
No. 303 O OlC
Smm cans 9 A
can
Del Ilonle Corn
2 cans 29
Cream style
No. 303 can
j26c
TIDE
mi 26 c
: Lq. Pkg.
XLA 23c
MISSION BRAND
Macaroni or Spaghetti
L 19c is""L . ZSc
AlltypM
14 ox. pkg.
PfH TTfl rtTIT PP Big Volu.
tiUU liUUUJUJLiO 12 o
ox. pkg.
19c
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3030 Portland Food 3720 F- State SL
Store Hoars: t K M. to P. VL. Including Sundays
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