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Tho OREGON CTATESSIAN. Cato. Oreron. Sanday Mornln?. tlay 24. 1S31
EHDS ITS YEAR
Genres, Races, Dinner Make
Up Program, Diplomas
1 To 8th Graders
JEFFERSON, May 25 The
Looney Butt school of - whlca
Mrs. Ethel Galrin is teacher.
hld Mm tnnul nlcnle at Green's
bridge Tuesday. A large number
ot parents and friends gathered
to enjoy the good time with the
After dinner, games, races and
contests of rarious. imai were
' ntavd. and an imnromDtU base
ball game took place which af
forded much " merriment. Jacob
Hochspeier, Herbert Looney. Earl
uuf. anit - nttier - lrovldd
thrill and laoKhter. R. S. Balnt-
r was umpire, and called deci
sions to suit the players. -
Late in the afternoon. "Mrs.
Nellie Simpson, chairman of the
school board, presented the eighth
grade graduates their diplomas.
Yr-.lTlnr rflnlomas -vera Edith
Ealrtch. Ardls Eulrlch and Rob I
mrt rintvfn TJttl Erten Bainter
and Violet Farmea were flower
girls and presented the, graduates
beautiful bouQuets. I
Th TTarald. of Health sins
were presented to the following
pupils: Edith, Ardis and Muriel
Enlrich. John Finlay. Louise
Looney, Edgar Husted. and Rob
ert Gulvia, Mrs. ..Gulvia, the
teacher, made the presentation.
Butler to Vie as
MONMOUTH, May 23. At the
Lions club meeting this week,
nominations for officers were
made as follows: For president,
Ira C. Powell, H. W. Morlan, J. B.
V. Butler; for secretary, Dr, L, L.
Hockett. An announcement was
made that fire members. Dr. A. S.
Jensen. E. Slvier, Dr. Hockett,
Otis Wolverton and ; R. B- S wen
son, were entitled to buttons for
perfect attendance since Septeni-
ber 1. I
C. C. Powell, local Insurance
agent, was the speaker, and save
a resume ot fire insurance rates
and regulations.- He stated that
Monmouth, because ot fire pro
tection, has probably th1 lowest
rates of any town of its size in
the Willamette valley.
Tosses Bills to
CHICAGO. May . , 23-(AP) "'
An old man who said "the boys
t west call ma Good Time
- Charlie Dawson", tossed, fifty
$ 100 - bills into Mayor Cermak's
lap Friday to help restore gooa
times in the city where he got
bis start. . -
The .donor was - Charles H.
Dawson. "desert i rat" by his
nwn riMPrinttan who hit is rich
in the Fanamina range near!
Death Talley. He sent the money
to the mayor in a letter and
asked Cennak to distribute it
among worthy people.
Woman Dumb 20
Years; Wee Bee
SPBANTON. Pa. ( AP) The
sting of bumble bee is said to
hare brought back tne xacuuy 01
speech, to Mrs. Alice Collins, 81.
who lost her Yolce twenty years
ago through paralysis ot the
Mn rnlHm who was removed
to a hospital a month ago. was
wheeled out to the lawn in tne
war msunshlne. Suddenly ahe
r roamed A Bint found bee
had stung Mrs. Collins, who
found her speech , had returned.
To be Classic
G. B. S. Claims
t rrrawmiTO. Enrland (AP)
"Pidgin English will be the
classic English ot the future'
i George Bernard Shaw said in
speech at the celebration 01 .ue
15th anniversary of the founding
of the Letchworth library. .
"An Knrllahman SSTSr -I am
lorry I cannot oblige you," Shaw
aid, "but a Chinaman says
ean ; and expresses nimseu per
fectly. Aumsbaiigh Houst
Goes up in Fire
x INDEPENDENCE. May 23. A
residence? belonging to J. - M.
Aumspaugh In the north part of
; th ritr. wti destroyed -by fire
Wednesday noon. Most ot the
household effects were eared.
Some insurance was carried on
Ih. KnIMInr - . .
The fire department was called
to the. A. E. Horton home Mon
day night, the roof of the house
havtnr caught from ; a chimney
tire, but was soon put out.
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ISO Young Turks
Lost in Flames
ANKENT BOTTOM,; May 23.
Mrs. N. H. Doty had the mlsfof
f una nr inin? iso vonnr turkeys
when the brooder house on i her
farm near here .burned. The fire
a AlRrnvAr.il abntO O'clock
Tuesday night, but the flames
- were beyond control oy iae nmw
fiAin TTiA. and it was a total
loss. The origin of tho tire is un
. ; known. '
MRS. COCHRAN ILL -.
: AWESY BOTTOM. Mar 23
. Mrs. E. .B. Cochran has been con-
flaed to her country home near
h'.irs for tho past few weeks with
PL ANT SUPPLIES : WESTERN TIRE DET.1AND
The hage western Firestone factory at Joa .'Angeles, which has completed Its third rear of operation
with si brilliant record of achieTemenC Upper right. Harrejr 8. Flreatose, noted namifactnrer, now
; visiting the west, and lower left, Mr. Firestone when be built the first tire at -the western factory
---three years ago. ; t e ... ' : j. -, .
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ROSEDALE, May 23 School
closed Friday with an enjoyable
picnic at the school house attend
ed by a good crowd of patrons
and friends ot the school. The
school children gare a program
at 10 o'clock. This was followed
by rarious races and 'stunts. -
A Bountiful dinner accompan
ied by ice cream delighted the
children. A ball game was the
feature of the afternoon.
. Those taking the eighth grade
examinations were Virgil Trick,
Helens Tucker, Ray Cameron,
Margaret Charmer, Stewart Cam
eron. I'-;'.' "
Mehama Ends Its
School Work by '
MEHAMA, May 23. The Me
lts ma school closed for the sum
mer vacation Friday with a picnic
and basket lunch in the grove for
the pupils in Mrs. Boyington's
room, while Mrs. Poyner, teacher
of the higher grades, and Mrs.
Stevens, teacher ot Oak Dale, gave
a party at the home of Mrs. Ste
vens Saturday evening for the
eighth grades ot both schools.
The other pupils who have grad
j ; - A- AV fT the Special DeLoxe - X '
T I II IS SedanhvJndesanew . ' """
-;' : M I I feature... a convent t - r
S f convert' I- fy J pHMg (yCTZS 1
i ' the Interior into r- 54l jS ydkUX i jT 1 ' ':
SLIVERED r 1, 5
i 435 N. Commerdal
uated under Mrs. Poyner the past
three years were also invited.
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Ledge wood
of the Mehama fish hatchery left
the first of the week tor an ex
tended visit in California. While
away' they will visit with numer
ous relatives. Edgar Ledgewood,
son ot Mr. and Mrs. Ledgewood,
will hare charge of the hatchery
during their absence.; '
Rosedale Area is
Taken by Griggs
ROSEDALE. May 23 -J. . R.
Griggs ot Ridgcfield,' Wash., has
taken over the Wilde ranch here.
He moved Tuesday. ; , . ,
The Brown family ; Is planning
to pick strawberries near Sub
limity. Willard Molt of Portland Tls
ited his sister, Mrs. A. J. Haldy.
C. A. Hadley and son. Sher
man, of Portland, worked at his
ranch here Wednesday . and
Mr, and Mrs. Roscoe Stroud of
Portland called, on relatives here
HAMPTONS FINISH JOB
ANKENY BOTTOM, May 23
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hampton and
Mrs. Clinton Hampton, who have
been training hops near Indepen
dence the past two weeks expect
to finish the job they are on this
You want ct sxiAsrt appearing cats .. one tlsat you esua park psjossdly
in front of your home one about wboee fine pe r f o rnaanee you
can boast to fsSends : You want a ear to give thotuandg; ot;
comfortable miles with power when yon, need its speed
-when you; like it You want soothind quiei J stafety
' that eases the mind. In short, you want tho Dnrant
012 Speeial De Luxe sedan at 8DOS eosnpletely
'equipped ready for servtee. CC The lines of this
model are graceful extra wire wheels
mounted on each side a trunk rack
' The . interior is tailored ' .vT mohair
l upholstery of exclusive textures . 1
'deep cushions . 2 -way shock
absorbers reclining lounge "'
A 7 1 - II. P. motor; 4 sleel
draulie brakes. (T Talk
' " to'any Dursnt owner
" ' ''" about I Durant value.
Come in today -
see this model " .
r f or yourself 2 ' u
- you'll-1 find i
. that : you
TIVO SERVICES AT
TURNER. May 23. Memorial
day programs will be held at the
Odd . Fellows i cemetery at ' 10
o'clock Saturday morning and at
the Masonic cemetery near Tur
ner at 11 o'clock. The Veterans
ot Foreign Wars will give their
ceremonial at both cemeteries.
The Veterans will be accompan
ied by buglers and a firing squad
and .will give a regular military
ceremony. All will assemble with
the bugle call; "America" will be
led by -a quartet; invocation, Carl
Dnncan; . reading of General Ld-
gan's Memorial day order No. 11.
establishing Memoriay day, W. W,
Oglesby; reading of commander
in chief's general order directing
observance of Memorial day, By
ron Con ley, commander of Mar
ion V. F. W.
PAROCHIAL SCHOOL ENDS
STAYTON, May 23 The clos
ing exercises ' ot the parochial
school at Sublimity Were held
last Sunday. The 12 eighth grade
graduates were awarded their di
plomas by Rev. Father F. Scher-
bring. A very enjoyable program
was also given. The school closed
Friday. Mary 22. The public
school at . Sublimity will close
Friday, May 29. -
Ml LOOKS OP
Invitation will soon, he ft
the press - tor ' the- 27th annual
commencement week-end tor Wil
lamette university. The program
for the students' days ere as fol
lows: - i r
Saturday. June 13. 8:30 a.m.
Senior class - breakfast on the
campus; 10 o'clock, annual meet
ing of the Board of Trustees fa
Eaton Hall; 2:30 o'clock. Class
Day exercises in the chapel: - 4
o'clock, mlumnl business meeting
In the chapel; 6:30 o'clock, alum
ni bana.net on the campus; 8
o'clock, the President's reception
in Lausanne , hall when President
and Mrs. Carl Gregg Doney will
receiTe alumni, seniors and their
guests, trustees, faculty, students
Sunday June 14. ll o'clock
Baccalaureate service. First Meth
odist church, with sermon by
President Doney; 4:30 o'clock.
reunion and farewell service in
the chapel with alumni, seniors,
students - and , friends , lnrlted; V 8
o'clock. . Christian Associations
sermon at the First Methodist
church by Wilbert Dawson.. DJO. .
Monday, June If. 10 o'clock
Commencement exercises at the
First Methodist Church with trus
tees, 'faculty.' seniors assembling
X Eaton hall at 9:30 o'clock.
' The address at this Ume will
be by Hon. Charles S. Cutting, a
graduate ' ot Willamette univer
sity. Following bis address will
be the conferring of degrees, the
announcement of prises and hon
ors by President Doney. Music
will be furnished throughout the
entire week-end by the unlver
aity school of music
School Picnic is
WEST STAYTON. May 23.
The annual school picnic was an
enjoyable event here Thursday. A
cafeteria dinner was served at
noon.' After' everyone had finish
ed eating several contest races
were the attraction. i
The Aumsville grade school
baseball team played - here, - the
score being 12 to 8 in favor ot
West Stavton. .
This was the last day of school,
Sought by Youths
SILVERTON, May 28 At pre
reglstration held this week nearly
300 students signed for the au
tumn term. The heaviest increase
was In commercial sabjects, 241
student enrolllag , tot 'those
classes. Thirty-nine signed i tor
home economies and 82 for. agri
culture. Examinations tor the
spring term, will all be completed
nere by June 4. -v- r' ;; : i--.,-
Picnic Given to I
Rain is Damper
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WACONDA, May 23 ' Mrs.
Sahll and "Virginia Sahli 1 enter
tained their Sunday -'school clas
ses with a. picnic Saturday at) the
Eldriedge school 1 house. - There
was some diaappointmenc because
they were unable to hold the pic-
nio In. the woods" as had' been
planned because . ot , unfavorable
weather. They: gathered at the
school grounds, where . between
Showers, games were enjoyed.";;
Nearly all" members ; of both
Mrs. Sahli'a and MIbs Virginia's
classes were present. Mrs. Sahll
teaches the primary ' grade and
Miss Sahll has the junior class.
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FCn TOUT! PROTECTION MAKE TIHO HEQUHGT
DEFOX1E YOU BUT ANY THUS
TTEVER tkke the chance of buying tires on outside appearance.
Insist on seeing j cross-ftections not alone of the particular
tire the salesman seeks to sell you, but of competitive tires as welV
Only in this way can 'you make comparisons and determine which
tire is Bier, Stronger and Safer. INBUILT VALUES are never
visioie on me suriace iou aim iuua lusiuc
cross-sections before1 you. the claims made
either stand up, or
.vnlanatiAn Van nnt
more thickness, sind
These EXTRA VALUES are inbuilt at the factory. . . never on tbe
sales floor or in public print.
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TO GET THE ABSOLUTE FACTO ABOUT TIUE3
Come in today and lot ui show jo Do yon recall any instance there you
Fireetono croM-sectlons and croas-seo- were invited by sellers of epecial brand
tione of special brand
ML ' -
parisons.Take np ererjr
point and note tbe difr
ferenee. Yon will be un
der no obligation what
rrer to b j. AH we want
b to have yon got the
facta yourself so yon
can see which tire offers
yon the greatest mine.
Every tire saann factored by
Firestone besrs the oasae;
Tires tans' and carries Flre
stone's unlimited guarantee
and ours. You ar doubly
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(SpeclaL) Col. Jr C. Cooper,
anther of the. book. rRed Plo
neers which will be presented
in ' pageant form in McMinnrille
May 28 and 2 S, enjoys probably
as much'knowledge ot Indian lore
and .legend ot the northwest as
any living Oregonian. r
cdmlna west with Mrs. Cooper,
he Was with a party that passed
the Sitting Bull conn try 10 years
before Custer made his famous
stanl. The contacts he established
with the v Indians on this trip,
along with the associations and
friendships he has gained during
the tnore than 80 years he has
lived! - in Oregon, has provided
Colonel Cooper with a great fund
of knowledge from which he has
drawn to write the book, "Red
14 the early days of Oregon, he
I I ar
they crumble under the truth. No amount of
trtrifo mVtw vrklntnA. mniA WAiotii. mnrfl Wldtll.
more plies, into a tire when they aren't there.
mail order Urea. snaU order tires
co n gtt nucirnon
aCnra Width. .
Mere Plies at Tra
2 A Special Brand Mall Order tire is made by some unknown
manufacturer and sold under a name that does not identify him
to the public, usually because be builds his first line tires under
! bis own
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EXTRA VAUIEn t y.
The Station with a Oock
Wm mS mm4 anlti th M.plm
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Invite Us to Tour Next Blowout
made It a point to znisgU wi'.i
the redskins and to know tbezi.
Their affairs and 'problems be
came his personal affairs and
problems; and he as probably as
wide a circle ot . friends among
Indians In the northwest as any
single person. He headed a dele
gation which went before Presi
dent' McKInley asking Indian war
veterans" pensions, and wrote the
bill-tor: that purpose; which was
later passed by congress.
, Coloney Cooper, a veteran of
the civil war, is one of the five
surviving members of the Mc
Minnrille G. A. R. post, which
once boasted a membership of
labout 200. j
; 'j DETROIT BUSY PLACE
-STAYTON, May 23 According '
to word from Detroit, that place
has taken on the aspect ot gold
rush of olden, days. Since so
many men are employed on the
new highway, every available
house is occupied and many are
renting housekeeping rooms
from residents there. Many of the
uicu cuiiv; "3VI, iMf q ' iugit ius-
Hies with them.
ennn AfMAiAWnil Keen naM T 9 Trt
w get mc mto. y
about various tires
to compare cross-sections
of their tires in each
price dass, with Firo
stone cross -sect I on s? It
just lsnt being! done.
Wo not only invite you
wo urge you, to) make
we know Firestone tires
will back up every state
ment we make. 1 ! ';?!T
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