The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, December 06, 1931, Page 16, Image 16

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NEW ROCKNE SIXiRlTiSES BCW - h 3
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RURAL SECTION
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Make
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Extensions - Made Beyond
' Mollala; Vorheis Buys ,
' fi Burns Property
.MOLALLA. Dec. 5 J. Blair
-lUeh-II. In charge of the rural
service department tor the Port
land Electric Power ce. working
out of -the Oregon City office for
Clackamas county was in "Molalla
thU" eek In charge of new line
extension construction work.
1 The first work done by the crew
wai the building of 00 feet of
' nit linm in Molalla. to serve the
Emtl Deardorf and Carl Damm
- family residence. Then th crew
was mored to near Liberal where
the company Is building a two
i-n Axtenaton line to serve
twelre new customers. This line
will leave the main line near the
power substation and end at the
TTnmA farm. The minimum cost
for service to the new customers
has been figured by the company
to be 11.77 per month.
After the work has been flnish
mA TJhpral the crew will be
moved to near Malino where
"new line one and a half miles long
wilt huilt to serve eight new
rural customers.
YorheU Maki Tra.
Peirrv Vorheis has traded his
fifSnaa and nrooerfv near the
Hodges warehouse to Frank
Burns and Mr. and Mrs. Vorheis
have moved into the Burns house,
between the electric depot and the
snnthArn pacific tracks. Mr. ind
Mrs. Vorheis moved here recent
ly from Scotts Mills, where their
house was destroyed hyfire about
' a month ago. They had been re
sidents of Molalla for a number
of years, before moving to Scotts
mils a rear ago. The origin of
the fire was not determined. Mr
Vorheis was asleep in the house
' 'and was awakened by the fire.
'The building was a two story
structure and they were living In
the second story and were unable
tto remove any of the household
goods.' The goods in the lower
part of the house were saved.
R. X. "A. Entertains
" The Royal Neighbors of Ameri
ca met Thursday at the home of
Neighbor Bertha Klecker at which
- time visiting Neighbors from
Scotts mills and Oregon City were
-entertained at a pot luck dinner.
V The regular meeting was held in
tfiV afternoon. A short program
was given by various members of
both the Molalla and Scotts Mills
Camp.
1 , ' Those present from Scotts Mills
' were Neighbors Amundson, Sauer
essig, "Grohongi Swartout. Fry,
Johnson Bess Shepherd, Margery
Shepherd, Crites, Smith, Hicks,
Wooster, Sanders, Hogg. Nlehol-
son and Dorothy Shepherd. And
from Oregon City Neighbor Bes
sie Miller.
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Lona:f low and aerodraamfcaay ateeajnltoed is the Bockne Six JWBigav towdoor aedaa
uWsVsmooth, consistent highHrnusing: speed pf 70 tnlle hor. tt
f!! ZSJZurJZ nmnaMTd eoummeiit. as am freewheeling aad synchronized shifting.
114 laches.
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eoulpment.
"These are mechanical feature
typical o t tha $1000-and-np
group," said Mr. Graham. "Bat
they are available la the Rockne
Six at tli ust pric.- -
Aerddynamic bodies, designed
by famous American body artists
and scientifically moulded from
front fender to tall light to re
duce wind resistance and Increase
speed, provide a custom-salon
beauty for the Rockne Six.
Sloping radiators, artistically
outlined with chromium, sloping
windshields controlled by chrom
lam plated hardware, bald- head
er panels and streamlined tops
and air-foil apron, concealing tho
fuel tanks, are distinct Rockne Six
features.
Interiors hare been designed to
provide abundant room for even
the largest passengers.
Smart V-ihan radiator shell features the ultra modern stlling achiev
ed in the Rockne Six. One-piece steel fenders lend the swank of
diatom salon cars. The wide, symmetrical hamper is faced with
chromium as are radiator shell and headlamps. Behind tho radiator
is a 71 -horsepower motor.
Honor Roll
For Heights
Announced
New Rockne Six Honors
Name of Famous Coach EE
New car to be Offered in two Lines,
Range Under $1000
in
Price
The Rockne "Six" made its bow to the motoring public
last week. It is a nroduct of the Studebaker factories and or
ganization with a separate corporation for manufacture and
sales. It is named the "Rockne" after the famous Knute
Rockne who was connected with the Studebaker corpora
tion before his death. The car enters the highly competitive
field of nrice rancres under $1000. in two series. It will be
handled in Salem by State Motors, corner High and Che-
meketa.
The Rockne Six will be manu-O-
factured in two lines, the lower
SALEM HEIGHTS, Dec. I The
Salem Heights grade school pu-
pils-who made an average of 90
per cent or above for th first
ter of the year and are there-
ted on the honor roll are as
follows: First grade: Nadine
Qosnell, Walter Bowman, Charles
Beardsley. Jimmy Rogers and
Lily Papelpu. . Second Grade:
Wendell Trudgen, Jean Gorton
Ronald Burgess and Arllne Hicks.
Fifth Grade: Allen Bartlett
and Lois Douglas. Sixth Graae:
Catherine Zinser, Alida Mae Saut
ter, Eunice Wright. Seventn
Grade: Florence and Francis Ball,
Orvllle Beardsley, Betty Biles, Mu-
rlal Robinson, Edgar Fortner,
Lillian Ber. Eighth rrad: Is
abella Bothweller, Mildred Oake
and Lorraine U'Renn.
HIT OF SUB
FALLS TO BE SEEN
v- Have you been around the Sil
ver Falls loop? In the not too far
distant this Question may rival
the well-known Interrogation
about the Mt. Hood loop. At least
(hat la the bope of Marlon county
tor tha 10 falls at the head of Sil
ver ereek, and already engineers
are making surveys for the loop.
The south Silver Falls will be
dlscernable from the road, ac
cording to a new road survey be
ing made by Engineer McGee.
The beauties of this falls is now
'hidden, accessible only to those
traversing the toot paths.
Sam - Boardman, state highway
prit group to be called the Rock
n Six "65" and to have an f. o. b.
factory price of $585 and up.
The running mate to this line
will be called the Rockne Six
75" and its low f. o. b. factory
price will be $885.
A total of nine models will be
manufactured, thus making it
park man, is already enthusiastic
over tho possibilities of the loop,
making it one of the side attrac
tions from the Pacific highway.
Part of the state secondary high
way system extends frca New
berg in Yamhill county to Wood
burn, then onto to Silverton and
around the falls, meeting the
highway again at Salem. That is
the proposed loop.
possible for dealer stocks to be
small, while a representation of
models sufficiently large to serve
any motorist, will be available.
Both Rockne Six lines will be
equipped with improved free
wheeling in all forward speeds
and, in addition, synchronised
shifting in conventional forward
gears. There is an automatic locx
ing out of free wheeling when re
verse gear is used. Free wheeling
control will be located on the in
strument panel.
Switch-key starter, which posi
tively prevents stalling, will be
Included on all cars.
All motors will be cushioned In
live rubber at all four points of
suspension.
Wire wheels, with wide chrom
ium hub caps, will be standard
The Most
Appreciated
GIFT
Buy Here
and Sari
H. F. Skanki
S2S State St.
Give Him a
FOR TH
Here are just a few of the outstanding values in our line of Christmas
gifts for the home. Remember, a gift for the home U a gift for the
family, you know It will be welcomed.
Smokers - End Tables - Occasional Tables - Tray Tables
OCCASIONAL
TABLES
Occasional . ta
b 1 a, matched
walnut and mi-
: FROM
ALEX JDNES
When yon. select his tie
bar yon needn't b afraid
that he won't wear your
Christmas gift. 1
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SNAPPY COLORS
CHEERFUL DESIGNS
HIGHEST QUALITY
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Most Ties
95c
taalndinar the famous Chen
y end Helneman Cravats.
Others $1.50
4'
See the new Helneman Gift
Sat for men. It's v wonder
tul ift!
OPEN EVENINGS -UNTIL
CHRISTMAS
fi GIFT
fit
i y i -t-m-ii ri i-ira
IB
tL BooK trough, end tables in
flf.wataet
I V $3.50
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SMOKERS
Beautiful Cabinet
Smoker. 12 x 18 inch
cabinet, full copper
lined humidor, bur
relied maple panneled
front, complete with
black and silver smok
ing set. Specially
priced at S9.85.-
Extremely beautiful
cabinet smoker, 12 x
24 inch top, copper
lined humidor. End
compartment for
books. Complete with
silver and black smok
ing set. Specially pric-
ed 110.50.
hogany, beauti
fully Inlaid.
$13.50
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USE OUR
CONVENT..
ENT TERMS
Folding Tray
Tables
la a variety ot fin
ishes. This la aa
especially accept
able Christmas gift,
Legs fold ander ta
ble to make serv
ing tray unfolded
It is a sturdy serv
ing table.
Priced it
00.95
Mrs. Bertha Slnaletary, of
Lumberton. N. C. baa made
enough money from a l-acre
farm to send four children to
college.
V 1
J M Shopping :
The Ideal Christmas
GIVE
6
MLS
n IF ITS
55
COFFEE
URN
SETS .
Delightful coffee urn sets
that Mother will be so eery
glad to receive. In beautiful
nickel and chrome plate,
these sets are ornamental as
well as extremely useful and
at prices that will please you.
CWjaf HAT better way to make the Yule
Wttl tide gay and cheerful than to give
gifts that are really useful ones that
carry the suggestion of the Christmas spir
it theroughout the whole year. Such gifts
are doubly appreciated.
Electric Toasters
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&
Electric toasters in au
tomatic and non-automatic
styles. A gift that
the whole family will
appreciate. As low as
$3.50.
WAFFLE
IRONS
Waffle irons which will
quickly prepare that favorite
breakfast dish. An iron that
will not be out of place when
serving right at the table. As
low as $7.45.
Two Burner Hot Plate
Single and double hot
plates in all sizes that
are extremely handy
for auxiliary cooking.
Long life, attractive
finish. As low as
$5.00.
i Gifts That Keep Christmas Alive $
ai . W till I XT' ( D I wri
tile vvnoie i ear iounu
eh-
Handy Electric Irons $4.95 to $6.80
The new automatic iron the easiest
Iron to use. Undoubtedly a leader,
the automatic makes ironing easier
by eliminating the necessity of
watching iron heat.
Mix-Master Seta $22.50
Mix-Master sets will find themselves
a permanent place in the kitchen
scheme of things. For beating and
mixing all sorts of dishes. You can
prepare delightful fruit drinks, too,
with this handy article.
Mm
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Electric Cooker Sets $7.1$ U $8.00
Everhot cooker wifl prepare elec
trically meals for from two to six
people at very little cost. A wonder
ful set to use in connection with
your i?stric range.
Mazda Lamps
For efficient and decorative lighting
of the home, Mazda lamps are really
without a peer. A gift to give the
home itself. Buy them by the box
and make your Christmas dollar go
farther.
Make This an Electrical Christmas
Enl taMM. BtttUflBr'
nt toon omI txrmal
S.1S
GEHEML
ELECTRIC
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Alex Jones
Senator Hotel 27 N. High
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