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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1927
Twelve Nash Models,
: Two Franklins Shown
)?. W. Pettyjohn company, Salem dealers for the Nash and
Franklin lines, has 12 Nash models and two Franklins on
In the Nash advanced line the five passenger four door
sedan, five passenger two door sedan, Ambassador, roadster
and coupe are shown.
; In the Nah special six line, the four door sedan, two door
sedan and coupe are on view. In the standard six line, the
models are the landau sedan, two door sedan, coupe and
jabrioletr " 1
The two Franklin cars are the standard four door sedan
md the Lindbergh special. The latter is a duplicate of the
sar which was presented to Colonel Lindbergh after he made
lis famous flight.
Members of the firm and sales staff of the F. W. Pettyjohn
company who will be on hand to demonstrate these cars in
clude F. W. Pettyjohn, J. H. Maden, Karl Pease, Fred Vieske,
Frank Cary, David Smith, Charles G. Miller, Frank Grey, Al
Whitney, H. C. Finley, R. C. Henry and Ray Allen.
W. S. Ullery district Nash representative with headquart-
rs in Portland, and Tom Hiller, district representative of the
anklin company, are also assisting.
cbael from babyhood, stopped his
motor and ran to rescue the frigh
tened king and his kite. Taking
the thick cord from the boy's blis
tered hands he pulled in the kite
which was twice the size of Mi
chael and which required all bis
"Don't tell my mother," ad
monished the anxious Michael.
"She will kill me, she doesn't
know I'm out."
First of New Packards
in State Seen at Fair
The first of the new Packard models to be shown in Oregon
Is included in the exhibit of Capitol Motors, Inc., at the state
air auto show. This car is a coupe, and is one of four
ackards in the exhibit. The others include a de luxe sedan,
standard coupe and a club sedan.
There is also seven Oldsmobile models in the Capitol Motors
xhibit; two landau sedans, a standard sedan, coach, sport
oupe, leather upholstered coupe and a stripped chassis.
Those in charge of the exhibit are A. C. (Biddy) Bishop,
nager; George Taylor, Roy Stewart and Floyd Blake.
Actress Causes Murmurs
By Adopting Green Garb
LONDON (AP) Actors and
actresses are murmuring here be
cause Norah Blaney, actress with
"The Vagabond King," has bought
a green frock and a pair of shoes
to match. There is a theatrical
superstition that we should never
"Green Is my lucky color, and
Friday's my lucky day," Miss
Blaney said, laughing away the ad
vice of her friends.
But t was on Friday evening,
while wearing the green roublet
and hose as Hugette, that she re
ceived a dagger wound during
the play, which nearly severed one
of her fingers.
during the next fjew weeks. He Is
a very deserving youth and-a lit
tle support from his friends would
make him a winner.
Saturday night, October 1st!
What does that hold in store for
you? Will it mean that you have
gained high honors for the second
camera to be awarded - on that
night This Is for you alone to de
cide. Remember that all the subscrlp
t:ons secured count not only for
the camera tiut also for the regu
lar votes and also for the 25,000
bonus votes for each $7 secured
during this period. I am wonder
ing if you are taking advantage of
this big offer. Surely you would
not let this slip your notice. Nev
er again will you be able to get
so many votes. Where else could
you spend your time aa remunera
tively as in the Statesman's boys'
and girls" rcvMo competition?
Where ele could you spend your
time and know that you are being
so well paid for your efforts and
perhaps to the extent of a $175
There Is but one answer -to this
question. It can't be done other
than by entering the Statesman
boys' and girls' radio competition.
N BOYHOOD PRANK
ntant Monarch Nearly Drag
ged into Black Sea When
CONSTANZA. Rumania, Sept
27. (AP) While Robert M. Pat
terson of Ann Arbor, Mich.,
charge d'affairs of the American
aeration in Rumania, was motor-
Ting along a smooth beach on the
Black Sea here, he heard cries for
help from a small, half naked boy
flying a huge kite which was car
ried so high by the wind that it
threatened to pull the youngster
into the sea.
The frightened urchin was five
years old King Michael of Ru
mania who, despite elevation to
the throne, cares more about kites
The only raiment the juvenile
sovereign wore was a pair of tiny
"Hey, mister, help me. I'm los
ing my kite," cried the young
king to the American diplomat In
tones of a New York street stip-
ling. "Come'quick, or I may be
dragged into the water."
Mr. Patterson, who knows Mi
THE BIG CONTEST
Help of Friends Is Asked to
Help Pile Up Votes for
Honor Roll Today
(By Radio Contest Kditor)
Glen Hardman is one of the
leaders in the contest today. Glen
is a very energetic school boy try
ing to secure a radio. He is to be
Robert Payne is another new
candidate who has put himself
clear up in the list with a very
little effort. Robert asks his
friends for their support during
Ralph Eyre is a good consistant
worker and if he maintains hie
steady efforts he will be hard to
beat 1n the finals.
Maxwell White is one of Sal
em's most popular boys. He is well
known,, has a pleasant manner
and is quite popular In his dis
trict. He asks his friends' support
STATESMAN RADIO COWTEST
LIST OF CANDIDATES
SEPT. 27, 127
Name Address Voter
Howard Adam. R. 2. Box 80 80.200
Vrn Adams. 236 S. 18- 43.000
Dale Aerhart, 517 Capitol 66.525
James Brail. 1040 Norway.... 1?8,025
Jars: Binrjr, 1165 N. 4th .. 5.000
WaltBodyfelt. R. 4, B. 134 86.225
Homer Brown. 2205 Laurel.. 69.000
Djnald Cannon. R. 4. Box 124 5.000
Geo. Causey, 1016 N. 20th ... 138.525
Tack Clark. Monmouth, Ore 5.000
Kenneth Coffer. 1S55 Marion 130,250
Robert Connell. 975 Front.
West Salem 129,450
J. DeUywood, Auto Park 92.475
Alfred Dowti, 880 N. 21st. .. 97,250
Warren Eisenbrandt. ft. 2,
Box 90 5.025
Albrt Elder. Monmouth. Ore. 1O2.025
Howard Elliott. 1444 Center 137.200
Walter Eeplin. R. 3, B. 143.... 5.000
Ralph Eyre, 870 N. 17th 139.150
Clarence Fast. 1330 D 101,550
Alfred French, Route 4 66,025
Mica Bern is Godsey. 375 X.
Lawrence Almont Grime. 1353
8. 12th 107.275
Bert Halseth, 1595 Lee 119. 70O
Ennis Hannon. 507 X. 20th ... 5,000
Wilbur Jlarmes. laio .. Sum.
Dan Hamilton. 800 N. 21 at.. 41.850
Glen Hardman. 614 8. 21st ... 152,725
John Hans-en, Route Z. Wood-
burn. Oregon 96.275
Ronald. Hewitt, 1311 X. 4th ... 129,450
Walter Kieper, 1840 Saginaw 106.475
Kenneth I-ewia. 1429 Lee 139.60O
Robert Long, 2060 S. Cottage 138.325
Floyd Maddy, 1369 8. 13th.... 136,225
Lyman Martin. 1850 X Winter 61,225
Byron Menis, 2995 D 126.250
leon Miekenham. 1295 S.
Herbert Morley. 795 X. 17th 147,925
Mace Morford. 171o. .
Robert Payne 46.000
Robert Pickena. 865 X. 17th 107,425
Wi11t Pearcey 2156 Sonth
Johnnie Perrine, 1096 N. 17 146,250
Harold Persey. 1315 Shipping; 59,000
MiMred Peters. R. 1, Sublim
ity, Oregon 147,250
Ronald Kmutsen, 1309 Wal
Robert Rammage. 613 Market 78,400
Frank Ridout, t. 1, Inde
Marie Rothweiler, R. 4, Box .
181 . 5,000
George Self. 870 X. Liberty 149,925
Jim Hehon. 1645 Mission 38.200
Mason Short. 701 N. 14th 106,075
Robert Skewta, 1967 Center 110,400
Eldon SUvena, 1098 TlMBip-
Robert 8. Stalling, 1140 X.
Panl Toajws, 275 X. 20
Sidney Van Lydegraf, 1225 N.
Ralman Vadney. 431 S. Cot
tage , 144.275
Lorine If. Walling. R. 1 Bx.
258 1 . 71.400
Sorine M. Walking, . R.T. D.
1. Box C58 . 44.400
Edmund Weianer,- 1071 tin ion
Maxwell White, 1010 Oak....
Walter Wlena. 1481 X. Cot
Cheater U Wiltse, Independ
ence, Oregon j -
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Note in particular the Star Four Cut Away Motor
Running, which shows the FORCE FEED Lubrica-j
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Full Force Feed j j v
Alemite Chassis Lubrication
Low Hung Drop Drop Frame.
Fore and Aft Steering
Bendix 4 Brakes
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