Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, December 24, 1953, Page 15, Image 15

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bMOBILM ) AUTOMOBILES AUTOMOBILE THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, Salem, Oregon
- , !UMOBILS5
jUrtday. December 24. 1953
flfToin Tkiio ru:i
p 1-150111 1 1 no uniisimas
m We rejoice as we recall the many
,: grand associations with our many
friends; to all of you who have
? favored us with your patronage,
r it is our fondest wish that you en
joy every joy, good health and hap
piness of this cheery season'
STAN BAKER AND EMPLOYES
org
Wt hep you will dtrlvt at muck
plcamrt from our gritting to yos,
wt do It txtttdlng H
MAY THE JOYS OF CHRISTMAS
MYOURSI
SALEM
AUTOMOBILE COMPANY '
AND EMPLOYES
I YOUR CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER
5 N. COMMERCIAL PHONE 3-4117
SALEM
T our friend serving yu
ha been real pleasure
"Merry Christmas, every net'
DOUGLAS
McKAY
CHEVROLET CO.
PHONE 3-3175
greeting
best wishes
for the Holidays
W. L ANDERSON, Inc.
JIM BIRD - TED IRVING
1 MARION
S54 N. LIBERTY
BILL COGSWELL
PRMAN 2EITLER
WARNER MOTOR CO.
L pr USED CAR DEPARTMENT I
"CENTER PHONE 3-3012
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r.ttl., will
Wl r y... oar moy fr.,
H CMitmoi Hsppin.nl
LODER BROS.
AND EMPLOYES
YOUR OLDSMOBILE DEALER
465 CENTER ST. PHONE 4-2261
I AUTevmaii t
AUTOMOBILES
Pas 15
Wt extend tat .lncere.1 wl.h that
ro.r holid,7 b, tm wh ipiri(M
Joy. id .11 th. h.PpM ,,, tlprM
K. dwpn( .imldcnc ,f th blMMd
Voletlde....
POST AUTO SALES
1105 S. 12TH
PHONE 4-6231
Poggi Freed
On $250 Bail
Mr. and Mi,. Max Elder ".
nd Mr. and Mr,. Donald DavU.-
Mr.-. HiUe
Mont.
Weaver. Whlteflsh,
Jennie S. Chandler
Joe Poggi who has been con- wr. if"v J!"1: .JS'nie 6Phi
fined in the L
inn conniv mil h i j"?': "M '
t ilk.... . . ' anuaay loilowuur a
-........ tunc sl august II ion iluie .nd will be buried
when he was arrcstrd on . nfre ta 'he Willamette Memorial
charge of larccnv not m . ?ar!: ntry following ervlee
dweUing. rece.veda pie-Chrisl! eS.T tSSU' fft'L
mas present Thursday when he urdav. ' Vm" fl""
was released on bail of $250 AIrs- Chandler was born at
Originally Poggis bail had Maln,!' Sweden, and came to the
been fixed a, ,,?00. whiche in IS" iSTS
had been unable to raLe. Prior 1H. with her husband and
to his release his atlornevs had lami'y moved to Halaev.
been granted a reduction m ..?ht....mIn1 "unn Bd-
$250 w hich was immediately n asTaw He wrrtJeT d5
posted by E. P. Kaen, Orego?, , three rWldSnMr UinS
City publisher. i Zimmerman. Halsey: Mra Hu-
PogRi had been given a job I S rr ,.edd Pon
rele'aSd" M S ' 'I, F SSS
reieasen. .children and .even reat-raad
Poggie had been sent up from ; chUdrrn.
Oregon tity in 1928 on an ha-
MERRY CHRISTMAS, EVERYONE!
Drive Safely Live Happily
ALL MEMBER LOTS WILL BE
CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY.
SATURDAY, AND NEXT SUN
DAY. SALEM USED CAR DEALERS
ASSOCIATION
We open wide
hum o wish etch
and emr one of our
loyal customers: t
I
KANNIER'S
USED CARS
WEST SALEM
RANK KANN1KR . CURLY KANN1ER
520 HOOD ST.
"HlNIY- MEUPELD
FINANCIAL
CASH FAST!
$25.00 TO $2,500
scz
FRED SCHOTT
118 S. Liberty St.
PHONE 4-2203
Pacific
INDUSTRIAL LOANS
HOUSE TRAILERS
If FT. TRAILER hou. Purril'hwj ilcftu
4. Barsaln. $375 00. Btt Mark. S
No. Com'. 107
DIRECTORY
ADDING MACHINES
AH make! uud mtcrilDci told, rn:e4,
riptTd. Roen, lt Court. Prt. 2-fr.l
o
BLA8TISQ BERVICE
(l V MM
MARKET
QUOTATIONS
FOR YOUR
LOYALTY,
GOODWILL
SEE THE NEW 1954
BEAUTIFUL BUICK, JANUARY 9
OTTO J. WILSON CO.
' OREGON S NO. 1 DEALER'
commzrciaIi currm racwi i-mi
HAT. 81 11 tic i Servlct. Quarrti,
Stumplnt, Pavement break inf Hi Cy
or contract. Pbona 4-SJ70 o3
L'LLDOZINfi
Bullrloirv. roadj. clear. riM ter t :i Vir
li Hiiiirr. 1010 Fairview. pr.nn
EXCAVATING
Bn Otjn t Son. eiratatlnK and
trading Land tie arm i. Ph. 3-3080.
INSULATION
Irnulatiori, wathf ntrinn. itorro luh.
Pr citintatei. T. Pui.man. Phont I
3-SB6S. oP !
M 4TT RESPM i
Capitol Beddim renovatei Pul! Una
ne mattruie. Pii. 3-4ie o
orFicE rt rviTCRc a si ppTie
Duk chair, fii. flllnf -jip:ifs,
diiPlleatori. iupp;:-. dik lamn. lypt
ntfr t and!. Rna. Court o
PtTcT N K S
HiBit.i arptk tanu
Mrrlca. Ouaranteexl i
3-704. J-0"7t
'OTk
anrrj. Una ,
Fbtlt!
Sfwcr. leptie tanki. drum ianf I
Rito-Rewtcr 8er Berwet. Phon
1-5137
Miae'l BpUr Vrvlre Tank tlnnrt 1
Drti'er c.cant acscra. draint. Pnor.t
mici o:t
TTrEWRTTESH
Smith. CoTOBft, Rem met on, RiTal, Dn
elfrwood pflrtab; All mai ii
tnaehiCM FUpalra rent. Rita. 4M
Cojr:. 1-4171 '
WATFR PI'MP
WINDOW CLEAN! NO
Acma WirKJ-5 Ctanen. Injitnal Toot
whim, fioamiaania. p.iona I-3J1T,
147 Curt
To Place Classified Ads
Phone 2-2406
PORTLAND PRODTJCB LUT
Bsttertat TenvaUr. auojact to tm
madltt cbania: Premium auaiit. m.wi.
mum .11 of one per cent acidity da
Wared Id Portianj s-Tle lb.: flrat qual
it?, B-c. cecond quality, 447o. Valley
Btttar wboleaala t.o.b. bulk cubes to
wholejalt, tTMla AA. s acor. 8 Vie;
A trade, fl acora, ', B. H ecort.
644c; c. If acora, 13c. Aboa prteea
atrktly nominal. To retailers: AA grade
finiiaw i io.; carcona 73c: a Br inn. ia-
cartons, 73c; B prints, ffic
Cbeea AelUrif prlet t Portland
iiviHiiiri. ureaaD ainaiaa. utwa
Oregon b lb. loaf.
(te u n tacUaalera candled awu
conialnlnt bp loss, caiea includa l.o.b.
Portland; A trade larte. S7-eo4c; A
erada medium. U4SfWc; A grade email
'1-wic; d graae lane, -sjc.
Utta te predwera) Candled lo.b.
Portland; ungraded large, 4I-S0c dog.:
grade AA larte, 51-63o dog.: A lane,
49-6la dot.: AA medium. 41-48c. A ma.
dlum, 46-47i doa.; email, 40c dot. To re.
laueri; uraoe AA, lane, t2-83c; A lane,
60-63c; AA medium. 57-68C: A medium.
fi7-S8c; A small, 49 -80c. Cartoni 1 cenU
aaauionai.
Cheeia .price to retallert, Portland.
oreton singlet, 4ft49; lbs. loaves.
" c, MiMiaM, i no iea man
ties. Premium brands, etnelei. 4e
ib. iot ainaia wneeia ooe. procaAied Am
erican cneeae, t-ib. loares to retail, 43V-
45c lb.
Pejltry
Lift Cblrkena Na. 1 anaiii fh
planU Pryera. roaatere. all welehte, 21e;
heavy hens, all wMhts. 23-2tr: light
rtena, all weights, 16c; old roosters, 14-
ioc.
Ilreated Ctalrkana - No. 1 drenned to
retallere: Pryera, broilers, 3-40o lb.;
rotMeri, all wti 40-41r; luht heni,
31-33c: heaty hene. 373Br: eut-up fry
er, all wta., U-55c lb.; whole drawni. 41
ftle lb.
Dressed Tarbeya To retallerar A r4a
evlseraied hens, 57-S8e lb.; ev Lie rated
lomi, m-mc lb.: according to welehta:
New York dreued tome 40-43e lb. New
York dre-ssed hens, 49c lb. To produe
era: Grade A young hene, 43c Ib. f.o.b.
farm; A tome, 33c lb. I
Rabblta Average to growers: Live
hue. S'Vl lbs.. l-3Ic; bi -30e
i.: old doei. 10-lie. few hlaher PTaah
dresxed fryers to retallere, il-67c; crt
up, o-ojc
Conn try Dresied Meat
teal Tnn oualUv. 10.99a Ih Aih
beaviet, 20-3Se.
Unit L-ana. blockers li.JT ih -
light. 30-33C.
Lambs BuL ll-Se Ih krllna tn
35c Ib.
Mutton Beit lJ-Ue lb., eull.utllltv
I'lOc,
Beef-Utility cowi. 30.24c lb.: tanner
UtprJ, 17-lflc. Hlieila down to He.
Preh Dreaied Meats
Wholesalers to retailers. Do tare per
ewt.r
Beef -Steer, rholce. BOO-700 lbs.. 17
good. 34-3a. orniiifrrial. I29-3.S:
uJlilty, JK-31; conimercial rows, 131-27.
ii.iv 122-36; canner-oulter. 130-33
Beef Cut Choice steers hind quart
. 14T.51. rn;nrl-. 143-48 fjil mini.
trimmed. 173-10 Irlancles gJR-M; fnre
quarters, (31-36: coucks, $37-41, ribs,
t&3-58.
Perk Twta Lolni. ehoire. i-11 Iba.,
Sl-!i .. hfulder. 18 Jha , 37-4fl- npire
rios, 146-54. fresh harm, 10-14 los.,
12
Veal and Calvee Oood-chnlre, ell
reteii'v tlO-40. commercial 13-34
l.amba Choice. prime, IJ7-3J. good
Har)it Smoked, all wrlBhl. IS7-I9
SnAlted Bams Chotte 13-16 Itw , 63-
Perlland Mlseellaneava
Onion jO ,rt arki.. Wash . ye'.low
medl im. II-I U,. iree. 35; Idaho
y-;.o, nifd . fl 3Vi ft. .a-te II 50-1 B5.
Win. 2 2 if
PvUtont Ore :ra! Ione Whites 2 00
T Jt'd Rv 3 1 IirKhuien iu
setfl No 1, !7, A. 3:5-3 00 35
lb. B0-85- 11 .ti mevi 40-4'- paper,
30-11. ;ndos 3.-37, So. 3 Vt 161.
70-7. Wavh. Rj- .',, No. I-A. 2 31-50.
few 2 70. Idatw , 3 40-SO 10 ,o. paper ,
38-40. ven. 4J-4S N Iiakota Pontics,'
No 1-A, ti : 3 il-'.Q
Hay-(J R. No 3 green alfalfa, de- !
live red car lot! f 0.0. Port.and and Se
attle. 38-10
Wool Create hasu. Wti:mtt Vat
ley medium. ll-V.e lb : Kamerr. Oreg'-n
fine and half-hlr.-. fS-eJc; Wi'lamette
Valley lamb vn;i. 43c. 13-month
-oc
Mebalr -67e lb on 13-month crow,
th. fob. country shipping i-omtt
Hldee produc'TH pav;ne price fob
Portland. tt ! 1.' I. li-. .c 10 accord
Ing to enndr: n e:ri k.f.. )l-;e .0
treen c.w hj, j.Tf ir, , ftlrnf
to aeitrjt and iji!".. 6 i.i h:ifj(. 3-4'
lb . give hides, to per cent be.o prices
for above classes
Pllberte Wholtuale ; Int prkg rob
Oregon planti Ni 1 lirnno Bare lor as
2lr. large 1T4I IH : rr. Ml im Jl'.e ;b .
trowert fir r ar . 1;, fir Barre-
lon.' ijjC-.:: f "M .
K'slwail' Pf? , r iir.nt p-i'.. f 1 b
plsnt; iare Preni jg'.'ee. )9-!lc lo 19 t-
ttes, .0 . e leg 11-He A A t o.-
ia:e se..:ne prices flrH qua.ity large
Pranquettes, 33-JI'i e b; lie fit naive.
7t-8)c lb., ebeilad HiM amber bajsee,
TO-TCe lb.
Perl land f.raiw
Portland 4. 1
In jrdav's csr
;tr a. i.ojr s. r
SNAGS FEIXFD
William W. Iocic nf Aums
villi, Orcjton rtccntiy rom
plrtH a snad f a J 1 i n t7 projret
near Rcdlfirfi. Orrcoii. fn larul 1
administered by thr Bureou of
Land Management, that agency j
1
Henry G. Kreis
Aurora Friends have learned
of the death of Henry O. Kreia.
N.E. 3ist St., Portland, au
torr.r.. cne-Ume realdent of Au
rora and a member of Champoea;
Lode No. 37 AJ. & AM., who
died in Portland Monday.
He was the nusband of Caro
line; brother of Jule. Maralof,
Gu&iav, Philip and Chariei.
Service. -at WAHn4at .e..
dairy. Other position tendered ! noon at Ed'rd Holman & Son.
mm alter h i release last wl,"rae an witn M. T.
March, for the most palf. we
,u ui, capaouities,
states Merlin Estop, an attorney
who became interested in his
fate.
hitual criminal charge. Last
March ht wis released from
prison on a writ of habeas cor
pus. When arrested last August
PogRi was fnund in a grocery
store on North Cottage street.
i-oggi, a son of North Italian
immigrants, expressed nlrasnre
over the job offered him in the
SALEM MARKETS
Cemplled tram reports of Raleaa dealers
far the s aidant of Capital JesjrnaJ
. . .. r""- lMd daily.)
Retail Feed Prices:
Rabbit Pellets - 3 45 (B0 -lb, bag).
14 28-6 00 (100-lb. bag).
Egg Mash $4.81-15 30.
r-- -37- (M-lb- bat);
13 90-4 0 (100 wt.l. '
Ponltry Baying Prices Colored fryers,
31o; old rooiler, lf; colored fowl, 24cj
leehnrn fowl Ic: colored rone-lcrs, 31c.
Bnvlng Prices Erki, AA. 63c: large A.
49-53c; medium A A, 47; medium A.
47r: small, 33c. Eggi, wholesale prices
generally $-1 rente higher than prices
above; larte trade A generally Quoted at
60c; mediums at 54c.
Batter, Batter fat
Batlerfat BiTin
ft csots; Mo, 1, 7. ceau: No. 3, 44c.
Chicago Uveataek
Chicago (A) Mote continued Lis muh
eharply Alerter Thursday setting another
new high lor December since 11-17. Uaine
ranaed to as much as 1.00 with light
weight offerings making tna false est up
turn.
Salable receipts totalin noa r. n
line with eipectatlona but all classes
buyers were anxious to obtain u.
piles, in view of the revelation. There
were fewer hogs in the country than
previously believed. Butchers weighing
230 pounds and less gained 50 cents to
a.w wmie neavier weights wera steady
Choice 180 to 230 pound butchers sold
'. 128.00 to 126.75. Practical ton wu
126.85 but a small lot brought $27.00.
steers and heifers sold steady to bo
cents lower than Wednesday's general
market, althouih steady with Wednes
day's close. Cows and bulls wera steady
to 25 cents lower and vealers steady.
Top was 127.00 for prime steers. Salable
receipts loiai i.uuo need.
Lambs held steady with a small lot of
prime 85 pound offerings brine trig the
top of 132.00 mont good and prime fed
woo ie a jam da soia at sin no in a?i ftft
oiku4 receipts tmaiea 700,
Iva June Dent
Monitor Funeral aerrlcw will
be held 8unday, December 37, at
2 pot. for Iva June Dent, 11-year-old
daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Dent, of Terrabon..
Interment will be at Terrebone.
Other survivor, are three broth
ers. Richard. James and Gerald:
a sister, Jacqualine Mae: grand
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wesler
Dent of Terrebone. Fred Wtlllg of
Eugene and Mrs. Edna Wilhg of
Monitor and 11 cousin..
Mrs. VerdaReid ;
Dayton Verd Reid, 60. slater
of Mrs. O. C. Goodrich ol Dayton,
died. Dec. 17. in Portland. Shs
was born July a, 1893 in Dayton
the daughter of Hulda Hutchena
and Joel Palmer Doraey, and was
irom a pioneer family in Yam
hill county since 1862. She lived
In Yamhill county all her life.
Mrs. Re Id was a member of the)
Methodist church, McMinnvills.
Daughters of the American Re
volution, Methodist Circles,
Daughters of Oregon pioneers.
Self Improvement Club, Falrylew
Social Club and Rebekab, Lodge.
Her husband, Claire Jamas
Reld, died Nov. 13, 1944. SAixvlviriAT
are: one son, Norman C. Reld,
McMlnville: two daujrhtera, Mra.
Margaret Hoover. Portland: Mrs.
Belle Gasa, Beaverton; one Bis
ter, Mrs. Gertrude Goodrich,
Dayton and eight RrandchUdren.
Services were held Monday at
the Chapel of Macy and Son with
Rev. Lawrence Guderian offi
ciating, interment waa in Ever
green Memorial park.
Portland Livestock
Portland uip Prlres on hoas and isms
came aovaiiced during the week.
cattle Jor week 1.240, market fairly
acme on reaucea supply.
canes for ween 20. market si rone
lnManccs 30c -I 00 hi n her.
Hoga lor week 1.425; market moaUr lie
Blieep for week S85: market fairlv sr.
tlva on small supplv, mostly steady.
Chlcage iralw
CliKaeo 1-fp Orains moved steadil
hlaher on the bnard of trade Thursday
wMn a urn aeai oi rovering ay previ-
oiu siiorL sellers who wanted to be out
of Hie market over the three day holiday.
nrteat, eniracien. mo.M demand as It
was fell there would be a good esport
outness wun west iiermany nest week.
including substantial mir of tne red
ity which ha so long been a dra
on the Chuaio inarKt
Whea; closed 1 , tu 3 cents hislier.
Marrli 2 OS's-'i. corn 1 -1 hither.
March 154'j. oats S-l' hisher. March
7r,-'t. rve ' to 1 rent higher, March
1 19-! n'1t sovbeans I lo I", lilnner, Jan
3 0 i, and lard 7 to 3j cents a hun
dred pound htsher. .Inn. 17 33-17 35.
C'hlrasa Onlens
Chira.o iijp - flupidy moderate, de
mand slow, market dull.
Trnk salet 50 ltv . U. A t unless stat
ed. Wisconsin Yellow (ilohe.. medium 05.
Street aales: Idaho and Ores on flpan
l.h 1 40-1 50, whites 3-lnrh and Isrrrr
snd medium 2 2V2 M Mirlwe. Yellow
fiifibe meriiiim .85-1 2i Red llbes me
lrim 1 25.
Mid Willamette
Obituaries
Rodney S. Elder
Albany- Rodnev .Sf tiM Eider, 2-'.'.tr-olfi
urn of Mr. aiift Mr.v Max
Klder. Jr of Conallr. died ni. a
CorvaUi.s has)iLfl! 'ruuav toU
lowing a .sudden liln;;-,
Rodnpy was born in Albany
Dec. a. 1951
Ht-r. icf.-, v..;i bt- held here at
the K'trtmil.'er-Frrm Tick mi rtiaji
(I S:itiirdv 2 p. ni. Burirfi will
bf in i he Will;nn 1 1- M nifnai
Park temUrv. Kurvivitm br-sidrs
hL parrn'.s arf hi.-. vrandparenLs.
DEATHS
Rascao T. (Tad) SbelUsi
Roscoa T. (Tad) Shelton, lata reildant
of 749 W. Couimerdai St. Survived by
cousins. Judge Lawrence Harris. Eugene,
and Mrs. Bertha Clodfelter Portland.
Aervlces will be held In the Clongh-Bar-rlck
Chapel Saturday. Dee. 36 at 1:30
p.m. Services will be conducted by Salem
lodge No. 338 BPOE. Concluding services
will bo private at ths sit. Crest Abbey
Mausoleum. Please omit flowers.
Dean H. Walker
Dean H Walker, lata resident of 134
3rd Bt., Independence. Dec. 14 at a local
IiomuuL Survived by wife, Maud M.
Walker, independence: MO, Oordoa
Waiker, Independence. Announcement ot
services win be mads later by Lbs
Clous h-Barrlck Co.
Charles W. He race
Charles W. tUvaga. at Bremerton.
WsaIi . Dec. 22 at I ho ago of S3. Survived
bv wile, Harriet V. Savage, Bremerton,
ni'h . daughter, Mrs. Mailoe JJenhem.
nttle, Wash : sliters, Mrs. O. P. Olv
is, Turner, Mrs. Ethel Archibald. TlUa-
mnok. Services Balurday, Dc. 20 at 1:3S
pm. In W. T. Rladon Chapel with Intaj.
mrni at Twin Oaks Cemetery, Turner.
Frank Oearbart
Prank Ucarhart, at a local Burslnt
line Dec. 31. Late resident of 3010 H.
iter R(i. Survived by daughter. Mrs.
Lore en flhaw, Salem; ann, Delbert P.
(Irnrart, Oakland, sister. Mtss Haiel
(iiarhi:, Balem; brother, Robert Rurle,
linderwutxl. Washington; 4 grandchil
dren. 7 great -grandchildren. Services will
held in the Virgil T. Golden Chapel
Monday, De-. 38 at 10-30 a.m. Interment
ai Helcreii MemorlsJ Park,
Lola M. Klmeaona
l.n.a M. fiimmona. at th residence Rt,
)! 314. De. ember 51. Survived by
huhand. A, Pores'. Simmons, Balem;
broti.rr, trsklne RmpAon, Springfield,
Trim. Browning Empson, St, pe ten burg.
mere. Mm A. J. Peddr. Lakeland.
F.a, rVrilre Saturday, Iec. 26 at 10 to
in Cioush-Iiarrlik Chapel with tha
I.vmao Mrers otflclstlo. Interment
a; Bedrest Memorial Park.
arry Plant
Harrv Plant, at a Portland hospital
Ir-. 3.'. Late reioeni of ! Albert Dr..
nx: in. t ir tved by a Mis. Grace
p. .ifi Aa.ein. three daughters, Mr.
r-,i:.ey Itas'inuwn. Mrs. Phi His Ladd.
M A-idrey r ulon, a, of Salem: son.
Hji:v P.at.i. Jr. Saai: stepdaughter.
M: a:, e. Brerler. Aa'em: tep-.on. a..
!.. Drake. Jctm Drake, oot.n of Hairm
and J:rti Drs- e. A,ran , 13 ikik' :.1
dfr .ster. Mtvi May F P. ant. fi.i;, n
Or' i AMI, it Plant. .Ham -r I.e.
a .; i,.- - 'I Sttiird4v. pe- . 36 a II a m
h. ,-.f:;T O'l.rten C'-apel, Rev ,'len
H iriiriatir.s. Interment at Bei-
r :e. ifiinil I'ar.
I DENNIS the MENACE Bv Ketcham
I 1
announced today.