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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Suday Ifaraiag, Jdy 1930
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NORTH SANT1AM. July S
Mrs. 8. Gunsaules who has been
assisting at the George B. Howard
borne during, the illness of Mrs.
Howard, has returned to her home
in Stayton. .
Marshall Newman and family
cf Seattle. Wash., are rlsiting his
sister, Mrs. P. A. Stevens and
family. . .
C. T. Scofleld and sea, Bnster,
are spending 'sereral days at Cra
ter lake. They are accompanied
by Mr. Pcofield's two neices, the
Misses Johnstons of South Dako
ta, who are spending their vaca
L. H. Daris .and family of
Lyons, former residents of this
place, called on friends Wednes
day. Glenn E. MeClellan has been
ill the past week caused by bal
ing some teeth extracted.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy ReeTes and
children, Lois and Dwight, are
' here from Jewel. Ore., at the
home of Mrs. Reeve's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. O. E. Bond. They will
stay until after the Fourth. -
Mr. and Mrs. I..R. Harmer left
Friday for Colorado, Alaska. Mrs.
II aimer's mother, Mrs. H. B.
. Condit of West Stayton, will ac
company them. They expect to be
I gone two months. While in Alaska
they will be guests of Mr. and
Mrs. L. Wells, a brother of Mrs.
I Central Howell
CENTRAL HOWEL. July 5
The Roth baler is working at
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Westfall went
to Walla Walla Wednesday where
Ray has secured work on the
i new annex to the reteran's hos-
pital which is being built.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Llechty
motored to Woodburn Sunday to
see their daughters, the Misses
Gladys and Esther, who are, work
lng at the cannery there.
Dale Fnnnelmark returned to
his home In Portland, Saturday
after spending several weeks with
his cousin, HolHs Ramsden.
Miss Lucille Westfall of Iowa
has been a guest at the John
Tweed home. Since coming to Ore
gon Miss Westfall has received
word from her parents in Iowa
that they have disposed of their
property there and are coming to
Oregon with the Intention or
making their home here.
Miss Faye Ramsden is work
ing at Hunt's cannery in Salem.
eon accompanied by Mrs. Haynes
mother. Mrs. Clarence Cole, left
Monday evening f or WJtBSor.Ore.,
where Mr. and Mr, fcaynes wtH
visit the Cole" family this week." '
Mr. and Mrs. George Haynes,
Mrs. Louie Schaecher and Mrs. W.
T. Hogg were in SUverton Wednesday-
Albert Pereey motored to Cra
ter lake Tuesday.
INDEPENDENCE, July B
Mra.Glen Burdick of Los Angeles
la visiting her mother, Mrs. Clara
Mrs. Lee Robinson of Tillamook
la spending some time with; her
mother, Mrs. Smith, and her sis
ter, Mrs. Frank Berry.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hubbard and
Clara Taylor motored to Corvallis
the first of the week to visit Mrs.
Taylor's granddaughter Margaret
Ireland, who la recovering from a
Mrs. Ella Stack of Chehalls,
Wash., is risitlng her sister, Mrs
Mrs. Alpha Bascue was a shop
per in Salem Wednesday,
Mrs. Will Shahffer of Toledo Is
spending the week with her
mother, Mrs. Alice Parks.
Professor Thompson, who was
the Smith-Hughes Instructor In
the high school for the last year,
has moved his family to Califor
nia where he has a position in a
SCOTTS MILLS. July 5 Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Sloan left last week
by motor for Idaho, where they
will loin theoir son and wife and
family, then continue their trip
to Yellowstone National Park. Mr.
Fry is doing Mr. Sloan's chores
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Haynes and
ZENA, July 5 Mr. and Mrs. J
A. French, Mrs. S. A. Jndson,
mother of Mrs. French, Margaret
French and Edward, Leonard and
Dale Yarnell drove to Salem Sun
day where they were guests at a
birthday dinner given in bonor of
Mr. French's aunt, Miss Orsa
O'Flynn of Salem, who celebrated
her 83rd birthday anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Madsen and
sons. Richard and Robert of Lin
coin and Miss Audrey Smith of
Portland were Monday evening
guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. N. Crawford of Zena. The
hostess served borne made ice
cream and cake at the close of a
pleasant social evening.
HOLLYWOOD, July 6 L. H
Wilcox and three children, Harry,
Maray and Monica, are visiting
with Mrs. Wilcox's sister-in-law,
Mrs. W. W. Fisher. Mr. Wilcox and
the two older children expect to
return to their home in Medford
soon. Monica will spend the sum
mer with Mrs. Fisher.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sharff spent
the week visiting In Portland. Miss
Lorraine Super returned with
them to spend a few days.
Mrs. Wallace Williams la visit
ing with her sister, Mrs. W. L.
Davies of Hollywood.
JEFFERSON. July E James
Wild, who is In the navy, sta
tioned at San Pedro. i enjoying a
it day leave of absence, with his
father an dusters, on the farm. '
Sx R. Tandy motored to Wald-
Port Monday, on "business. He re
ports the roads in fine condition
U the coast. .
Mr. and Mrs. R. p. Btrana. Mr.
and Mrs. W. R. Drake and: little
Freddie, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Haynes. of Portland were week
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.
B. Hins. Mesdames Straus and
Drake are sisters of Mrs. 'Hins.. ' -
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Phelps and
sons. Clair Jr., and Donald, ac
companied by Mr. phelp'a sister,
Mrs.' Ruby Woar - and Mrs.
Phelps' mother, Mrs. John Josse
of Portland and Mrs. Bell Phelps
of SUverton. were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. Phelps and fam
ily, Sunday. ,
Mrs. Florence Cornell of Grants
Pass accompanied by Jack Thom
as of Oakland. Calif., arrived on
Wednesday for a visit with Mr.
and Mrs. R. C. Thomas and family.
JEFFERSON. July 5 Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Denson and son, Jim-
mie, and Mr. and Mrs. William
North and son William of Corval
lis, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles McKee Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. A. Pease had as
their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.
William Duckworth. Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Bettis and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Vogel of Eugene, and
Ferris Pease of Albany.
Mr. and Mrs. Alec Warren, of
Conden are visiting their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Emery.
Leonard McCaw drove to Pedes
with his truck to look after the
crops On their farm their.
Mr. and Mrs. M..E. Richardson
and Mr. and Mrs. Winifred Rich
ardson and family motored . to
Breitenbush Sunday for a day's
cherries and says he had a fair
The Darcr family have cone to
Liberty where they will camp and
help harvest loganberries.
Johtf Marshall la bnsv enttlnr
hay and harvesting his loganber-
Mr. Wrisrht and Mr. Duncan
have finished picking their straw-
George Beeman rot the con
tract to furnish wood f or Swegle
The Roberts family have moved
Into (heir new home on Garden
Road and their children will at
tend Swegle school.
ROBERTS, July 6 Mrs. C. D.
Query. Miss Julia Query and
Henry Query are spending : the
week end at Rockaway.
Mrs. A. E. Atdel and son, Alfred
of Couer de Laine, Idaho, are vis
iting this week with Mr. and Mrs.
S. C. Davenport. Mrs. Atdel is Mrs.
Mrs. Mildred Orsborn and chil
dren are spendldng the week end
at the coast at WynlL
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SWEGLE, July S Mr. and
Mrs. Simpson have returned from
a visit In Idaho. Their visit was
pleasant but made short by the Ill
ness of Mrs. Simpson.
Mr. Thoma has finished pick
ing his cherries except the pie
Now h&ve in stock
and K. M. G.
Can be applied at
any time when plant
shows good growth.
Special prices for
the hay season:
50 lbs 50c
Fine Hay Salt
100 lbs. $1.00
Also, sulphur to put
on your hay to keep
out the mice and rats.
D.A.White & Son
261 State St. Salem, Ore.
Keep carbon out of these 7 parts in
the Trouble Zone and you'll avoid 81
of automobile engine ailments. That's
what automotive experts say.
There are two ways to do It. One . . .
put your car in the shop and have the
carbon removed. That's expensive and'
ties up your car.
Or drive your car with Gilmore Blu
Green Gasoline . . . it is guaranteed to
remove carbon while you drive ... at
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Insist on it from the Cream and Red
pumps at genuine Independent Service
THE ONLY PREMIUM GASOLIN
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AUBURN. Jnly & The gas
company Is putting gas lines
through this community,, seyeral
families haying contracted tor cms.
Mrs. Harrey Armstrong after
sereral weeks of convalescing Is
now able to be about.
Harrey Armstrong had an op
eration Saturday, for nasal
Edna Blirens la 111 at the home
of her aunt, Mrs. J. Sloan.
Independence day was celebrat
ed in different ways by the people
of this community, some going to
the mountains, soma to the coast
and some attending family re
unions. Others celebrated by hard
work In hay fields and berry
SIDNEY-TALBOT, July 5 Mr.
and Mrs. D. E. Blinston and
daughter, Ilene, spent sereral
days last week on the Tillamook
beaches. They report the Roose
relt bighway a beautiful drive.
Mr. and Mrs. John Olson and
family recently mored to a farm
near Elk City.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Belknap
spent sereral days last week fish
ing at Florence.
Mrs. U. M. Harding. Miss Grace
Harding and Jack Whittington of
Corrallis. were guests Tuesday of
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Freeman.
WOODBURN, July 5 Dr. and
Mrs. Gerald Smith and Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Hande drore to Port
land Thursday evening to attend
the wedding of Mrs. Hande's
brother, Reid Connell of Bills
boro and Miss Frances Phillips,
who were married at the home of'
the brides mother Thursday ere
ning. Mrs. Hande was matron of
honor for the occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Baxter and
two children of Eden, Wash., who
hare been rtsiting at the home
of Mrs. Baxter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Galer the past three
weeks will return to their home
but an elimination or
governed bu; qears of
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