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' ' ' , "The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem. Oregon, Sunday Morning, September 28, 1930
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j -RIMS VITAL PART IN TIRE WEAR
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Good rims are essential1 to maximum tire mileage, 'as a Firestone
salesman Is pointing out. According to Bill Wat kins of Smith and
Watkins, local Firestone dealers, rims and wheels should "be in
spected .once a month.
MONMOUTH, Sept. 17. Mr.
aid Mrs. Theodore Graham and
son Jack, of Seattle, 6 guests
of -the former's parents,! Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Graham. Tier spent
several days recently tr Casca
dla where the Grahams have a
sammer cottage. Theodore Grah
am . formerly . owned and i operat
ed a service stalon In Salem.
Mrs. Albert Tetherow enter
tained her sister Mrs. R. E. Lar
away of The Dalles this! veek.
Mrs. Lara way and her win
danghters, Barbara and; Adelaide
were enronte to , Eugene i where
the latter will enter the uniter
Mrs. Norman Allen and daugh
ter Norma, of Bend r nnti
this week of the former's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. nam.
stock. Mrs. Allen Is an alumna
of the Oregon Normal' i school.
Other Bend folk Tlsltlng fin Mon
mouth are Mrs. Paul Hosmer and
tWO mm. hn tni tVt maat, nf
Mrs. Hosmer's parents, I Mr, , and
Mrs. v. Lorence. i
Mr. and Mrs. W. DeBoer and
danghters Betty and Helen, of
Rravel Ford, In Coos county, are
spending a brief racatlon with
Mrs DeBoer's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. U. G. Heffly, and with her
sister. Mrs. Velma V. Smith. Mr.
DeBoer owns and operates a Coos
county cheese factory. Mrs. De
Boer Is an alumna of the Nor
John Stump Jr. acted as judge
of Angora' goats at the state
fair this week. Although not as
exhibitor. Stamp, with his fah
er, John B. Stump, owns a rery
fine flock which has been built
up orer a long period of pears,
and Is one of the finest demon
strations of careful breeding to
be found among Polk county
Dr. Clarence G. Stem of Me
Minville greeted Monmouth
friends today while here on a
brief vfslt. Doctor Stem former
ly had a chiropractic office in
Monmouth for seerral years,
moTlng to McMinavllle last
London's latest dress shirt Is
knitted and has a soft front.
TURNER, Sept. 27 The Craw
ford school will open Monday,
September 29. with Miss Helen
McCullough- of AumsTille as
teacher. Miss McCullough grad
uated from Monmouth Normal
school last year. The school is
situated about four1 miles south
east of Turner on the Turner
Kenneth Hlckok, commercial
teacher drore to his home In
Portland Friday erening, for' the
weekend. He was called there
Recent guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Barber were,
Mrs. Waldo Crab, Mrs. . Seymore
Stewart, Mrs. F. L. K earns, Mrs.
OlUe Kearns, of Salem, and Mrs.
J. J. Kerstan of Valsetx. Mrs.
OHie Kearns Is the mother of Mrs.
Barber and Mrs. Kerstan is a
Prof, and Mrs. J. R. Cox will be
at home to their friends' next
week, they will ocenpy .the same
home they had last year.
The M. E. 'Ladles Aid society
will hold their monthly silver tea
at the home of Mrs. C. A. Bear,
Thursday afternoon. October 2.
Friends are cordially Invited.
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Prather and
young -son returned Sunday eren
ing from a trip to their home
town, McMinnTille, where they
visited their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. N. W. Hutchens and Mrs. A.
C. W. Small has mored to
Turner. His daughter, Mrs. C.
Sparks and her three small chil
dren make their home with them.
A. M. Williams, field supervisor
for the business school of "Master
Methods" of Portland, called
Thursday on the school students
who live at Turner., and also
looked up some prospective stu
dents. Mrs. J.'M. Bones Will entertain
the Ladies Work club of the
grange on , Tuesday, September
30.- A good attendance Is desired.
Ted Whitehead, E. E. Ball, R.
Lee Theissen, and Coman Tracy,
left the middle of .the. week tor
' Burns, with a promise not to be
back till they bff at least one
SUNNYSIDE. Sept. 27 Miss
Isabel Taylor, who is attending
Oregon Normal schol at Mon
mouth, spent the week-end with
her parents. Miss Ellen Pember
toa left for Corrallls Friday,
where she will register at O. S.
C. for her senior year in the
Home economics department.
Glea Bamett left Saturday tor
O. S. C. where he will enter his
senior year in the department of
C. A. Towns has leased the
service station on the highway at
Sunnyside, formerly operated by
O. E. Warden, and will take pos
session on September 16. R. G.
Fairfield will be the service me
chanic with the new manage
ment. The electric light company has
conneeted the wiring of the C.
R. Gregg borne for light and
Herbert Chandler -has pur
chased the Hastings place and is
putting in fall crops.
Prune drying is completed at
the Taylor orchard. Buyers have
beea In the neighborhood inspect
ing the prunes in the warehouses.
STAITON, Sept 27 Mr. and
Mrs. E. M. Olmstead are here
from Q ran geville, Idaho. Mr.
Olmstead is the owner of the
newspaper In the Idaho town.
Dr. and Mrs. Bennett are here
from Idaho visiting their son,
who is employed by the Standard
lr nnd trk Kim Tl-ol anil
smart nn Darrel vra knilnaei
visitors In Portland Wednesday.
vincwt Martz underwent an
operation on Friday. He Injured
himself quite seriously a' few
weeks ag when his sawmill
caught fire and burned from
Everctte Arnold and wife have
been seeing a lot of country
while he is on his vacation. They
hav been in Utah and California
and this week spent some time at
DALLAS Sept. 27 Mrs. S.
H. Slngleterry accompanied Rev.
K. E. Burke to Eugene, Monday
where she visited with her daugh
ters who are attending the Eu
gene Bible university this year.
This is Orpha's second year and
the first year for Dorothy.
t Mrs. Erie Fulgham had as her
guests this week, Mrs. Mattie El
ler of Coburg and Mrs. Issac
.Francis of Eugene. They, visited
the state fair Wednesday.
Mrs. Manley Bevens was moved
from the Dallas hospital Sunday
afternoon to the home of her sls
; ter, Mrs. A. N. Newbill. She is
recovering nicely from a serious
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Scott and
two children of Eugene, were
guests of Rev. K. E. Burke and
family Sunday. Mr. Scott sang
a solo during the morning ser
vice at the Christian church.
Abe Freisen and Miss Addle
Martin were in Eugene Monday
: evening, on business connected
with the Christian church.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Westfall
and family, spent Sunday visiting
with relatives In- McMlnnville,
Hillsboro and Portland.
Rev. and Mrs. L. C. KlrbV of
Marshfield were In Dallas for a
few days this week. Rev. Kirby
was formerly pastor of. the Meth-
odist church here.
Abel Uglow left for Eugene
Sunday where he will enter the
university as a freshman. Last
year he received the individual
trophy la the state basketball
Mr. and Mrs. Wills Simon ton
have returned from a three
months trip to Pennsylvania.
where Mr. Simontoa visited his
son and former home.
Oscar Hayter attended the state
oar association meeting in Pen
aieion mis ween, tie was ac
companied by Mrs. Hayter. Their
daugnter, Mrs Mark Renne of
Salem has been in her fathers
office for the past two weeks.
F. A. Patterson is again oper
ating his cleaning establishment
following a close down of six
weeks while a new building was
being constructed. The new
building is very commodiua and
has" living quarters upstairs.
Chrisensen place at McCoy! -Miss
Dorotha Frewing pi Be
thel Is attending the Oregon
Normal school at Monmouth.
Dorotha Is a senior. !
Miss Helen Prang Is teaching
In the Salem high school. . She
Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Gus Prang of Bethel.
Mrs. J. W. Do Pries and daugh
ter Eva, are visiting Mrs. De
Pries' sister, Mrs. Mabel Fletch
er, of -Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Hamilton
of Perrydale are now living on
the R. K. Cobban place.
Miss Pauline Dorris Is spend
ing the week at the Oregon State
Herbert Parr is working for
Mr. Frewing and attending the
Bethel high Bchool.
Miss Sandwlck of O. S. C. Is
the new assistant high school
teacher at Bethel.
Miss Beatrice Hawley left
Sunday for Eugene, wherB she
will attend the University or Ore
gon. Miss Hawley will, be a
Mrs. Willis Earl or rortiana.
visied her mother, Mrs.; Krea
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MARION. Sent. 27 Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Colgan accompan
taA with Mr. Col Iran's mother,
Mrs. J. A. Colgan. left Friday for
Marshfield where Mrs. J. A. Col
n win v!1t with her brother.
Mr Abbott, while Raymond and
wife are on a deer hunt; aiong
the coast range.
r. v naliff has heated the for
mor Andv- Wilson residence and
will shortly move his family to
this new location as tne rcesneu
property which they have been
occupying has been sold.
Word has Just been received
from Martha Gilbert, iormer Mar
ion girl who has been taking a
nurses training course at the
Good Samaritan hospital In Port
land, announcing her marriage to
Frank Hamblet of Portland.
Mrs. Harold Brlggs drove out
from Portland Thursday for a vis
it with her parents, Mr. and Mrs
McCOY, Sept. 27 Earnest
Sears Is working on the state
fairgrounds during fair week. .He
has charge of the 4-H club boys
and girls who are spetnding the
week on the grounds.-. Earnest
Sears is a successful club work
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chrlsten
sen are' moving into the. Pete
At 1090 So. 12th SU -Now
under new nian
agement. We sell Gil
more, Texaco, Richfield
Gas, Motor Oils and Ac
cessories. Tire Repair
ing. Prompt Service.
Your Patronage Appre-.
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Chas. Trimble, Prop.
V. K. BARRICK . A. M. CLOUOH Y. OOLDHf
President Vlee-Pres. oec. irca.
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2. Low Crude Robber Cost
3. Fast Turnover
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