1955 06 02 Salem Nut Growers cutting overhead costs. K W Dunn re-elected a director.
New Activities V II . A or Nut urowers Five new operating phases, de-!, de-!, de-!, igned to .cut overhead costs of; the Salem Nut Growers Coop plant, were told to members at :lie annual meeting held wednes- wednes- iay evening at the VFW hall. 1 Glenn W. Hansbery, secretary- secretary- lanager, announced the new lans. f The new activities include: Commercial drying for any pro-Siuccr pro-Siuccr pro-Siuccr of nuts whether or not he fc a member of the coop; proces-I proces-I iing filberts fo oi'tside concerns; Cracking some 500 tons of Call-lirnia Call-lirnia Call-lirnia nuts, and mixing in-shell in-shell in-shell Buts for some of the prominet mixers in the country. These extra activities, Hans- Hans- cry explained, will come at limes when regular operations re most quiet. New directors elected for a one year term - were E. M. Boies of Brooks, Kathryn Gunnell, Salem and H. B. Hidlebrand, Dallas; iw directo.- directo.- for three year term, Kenneth W. Dunn of Junction City; re-elected re-elected re-elected for three year terms, E. C. Hart of Albany and Frank E. Way of Salem. I Hold-over Hold-over Hold-over directors are E. J. Allen, Woodburn; A. L. Page, Urffcrson and A. A. Withers, Salem.