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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 18, 1922)
Friday, August la
Born to Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Nelson
of Buena Vista, a son, Monday.
Mrs. Harris Ebbe of Dallas has
been spending the pus I week at the
F. R. Arrell home.
Mrs. George Soule of Portland has
been the guest for a week, of her
brother, E. A. Dunekel.
Mrs. Frances Branch of Rickreall
has been passing the week with Mrs.
L. II. Lehman.
Glenn O. Burright, in the employ
of the Cobbs & Mitchell company at
Valsetz, spent Saturday in Independ
ence. Mr. and Mrs. 4 L. M. Butler of
Talmage returned Friday, from a two
weeks' visit with relatives at Seattle
and Everett, Wash.
Mrs. A. E. Mclntyre and daugh
ters, Cardenia and Margaret and son,
Eugene, of Portland are at the E- E .
Dole home on a 10 day visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cox and son,
Eugene, of Oregon City spent Sunday
at the home of S. Cox on the east side
of the river.
Mr. and Mrs. John Walker of Port
land spent Sunday at the home of
George H. Wood. Mr. Walker is a!
railroad employe and an old friend
of Mr. Wood.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Cary returned
to Portland last Saturday after
spending a couple of days at the home
of Postmaster Homer S. Wood. Th
Carys are former residents of Inde
pendence. Mrs. Cary is a sister of
Mrs. Earl Butler returned Monday
night from Vancouver, Wash., having
gone there on the preceding day to
accompany home her daughter, Vir
ginia, who has been visiting at the
home of her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. C. Sharp for a week or more.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Wheeloek and
son Walter and daughter Madge of
Bellingham, have been spending
several days at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Butler. Mr. and Mrs. I
Wheeloek are former residents of
Monmouth, and both graduates of the
Louis E. Wing of Portland was a
visitor here Tuesday. Mr. Wing
! spent his boyhood days in Independ
i ence, and this was his first visit here
; in 25 years. He met while here Mrs.
J. G. Mcintosh, who attended school
here at the same time he did and was
very much interested in the boys and
girls of those good old days.
A dinner will be served by the
Woman s Kelief (Jorps at noon on
Saturday to the G. A. R. and W
R. C. This will be the last regular
meeting of the W. R. C. before ad
jounrment. The next meeting will
be held the 1st Saturday in October.
All members are asked to be present
Monmouth Evangelist G. F. Owen,
who is conducting services in a tent
here, is a typical southern preacher
having been born and reared in the
Lone Star state (Texas). Raising
cotton and long horned cattle and
Dewey Hill, accompanied by his
son, Clyde Hill and Vernon Baker,
returned last Saturday from a jour
ney through the Tillamook country,
Newport and Walport. '
Guests last Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. A.D. Davidson were Mr.
and Mrs. Allen Nye and daughter,
Doris, of Salem. Mr. Nye has been
an attache of the state house for
more than a score of years.
Roy Wilson has moved his family
from Dallas to Independence, having
taken the foremanship of the Stewart
Motor company's repair department.
Mr. Wilson is tn experienced Ford
Mrs. Mary E. Dornsife will move
from Independence to Monmouth next
Monday and occupy an attractive
home which she recently purchased
there. Mrs. Dornsife has resided here
for many years, and a large circle of
ifriends will regret 'her departure
even though it be but the short dis
tance to Monmouth.
Warren Wesley Davis, accompanied
by his wife and their two children,
stopped in Independence last Satur
day for a short visit at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. George Henkle while
enroute from their home at Chico,
Calif., on a motor trip which will
take them through Yellowstone nat
ional park, and Chicago, with Inde
pendence. Mo., as the objective point
to spend the winter. Mr. Davis is a
man. for five years he was engaged grandson of Mrs. Henkle and lived
in that work at Dallas, topping out here for a time when a youngster. He
with a course of instruction in the is a printer, holding a situation on a
Ford establishment in Portland. Chico daily newspaper.
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than one half of the dates nu
preaching for different denomina
tions. His audiences at onco feel
that he is at home on tho public plat
form and are held In wrapt attention,
throughout his nddrocsea. Being
nephew of Bishop McCarver of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, South,
he comes naturally by his preaching
ability and southern oratory.
Hi audiences at tho big white U'nt
in Monmouth are incrensinii in atten
dance and interest'as the meetings
The singing of Arthur V. Inglor,
soloist and director, and his assistants
from Salem, is an attractive feature
of the campaign. Tho tent i com
fortably seated with chairs and
benches and electrically lijfhtod whi o
the platform for speakers and sing
ers is artistically draped with colored
paper and bunting and decorated with
fresh cut flowers: A restful place
indeed for one to spend an hour in the
afternoon or evening. The Committee.
Jfifety and Service
SAFETY is the goods we Bell a customer
Service the wrapping with which we do itS
Courtesy the string with which we tie it
Do you like to do business with a Bank of this
kind? Then this Hank would like to do b;.
boss with you.
Independence National Bank
CLASS REVUE BY VALSETZ
CIIILDKKN'S DANCING CLASS
riding wild horses were familiar to
him in his boyhood years. Going to
the old fashioned Brush Arbor meet
ings are among his earliest and most
sacred memories. He was converted
and called to the ministry at the age
of eleven and began his studies for
that calling at once. He pursued his
school work in two of the southern
and one of the northern colleges and
has spent more than ten years in
the active ministry, traveling in more
An attractive program will be pre
sented at Valsetz on Saturday night
of this week by the Valsetz children's
dancing class. The prognrm:
Dance: (a) Ruehter, (b) Military
Wanda Cox, Viola Bottoms, Violet
Phelps, Evelyn Teter
Japanese Lanterns Frances Iappe
Dutch Twins Viola Hottoms,
Tulips Evelyn Teter, Violet Phelps
The Love Letter Leah Inch
Apple Blossoms Wanda Cox, Viola
Bird's Awakening Frances Lappo
Gavotte Thel ma Gordon, Maybel
Johnson, Louise Davenport, Helen
Scarecrow Frances Lappo
Songs Richard Adams, Lenor
Gypsy Dance Una Inch
FEDERAL RESERVE S
Dia V S T EMaid
Flower Dance Mrtybel Johnson,
Song:i Richard Adams, Ignore
The Sheik Helen Inch
Gin Gin Ginny Shore Maybel
Johnson, Pearl Johnson
The Butterfly Una Inch
Sung Mr. Adams
HIGGINS TAKES Dl'KANT
AtiKNCY AT M'MlNNVII.Li:
William B. Iluggins has taken the
agency of the Darant car for Mc
Minnville and surrounding country;
has leased a building at McMinnviMc
which was formerly used for garage
purposes, and is about to tranitfer hi
activities from Independence to the
j Mr. Hutrgins wHI temporarily
maintain his lmljtc Brothers' agency
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i.i-ir, wuii jura. Margin! j, a
but Ills garage ruiiment ,
.uihf n.B ix-iiig laden to U
location. Mr. Muggins eicpcdj
poso or nis agency hm.iv;
then move hi family
Mr. Huggins hu wn m
more man a year, surtj
.-njn-B n win i,ioiige rejim',
He is reluctant to leav Indi
but believes that hi ncr f.
have greater opjM.rtunltiei.
KK'KKKALL MAY HP
NORMAL TRAINING j
Negotiations are under wtjfcj
KirkrenU included In the lUttff
training schools of th ft?
The Rickreall sihool builJii
been repainted and the grouj
been made more attractive.
It ire prices
j We have a
To Fit Your Car
at a Price to
Fit Your Purse
MICHELIN CORDS COMBINE WONDERFUL
CARCASS STRENGTH WITH A TREAD
THAT RESISTS ALL ROADS
WHAT SIZE DO YOU USE?
30x3y2 Cord $12.75
No war tax and all other sizes in proportion
I Independence Iron Writs
Ha) lad ay, Justin & Wood
Women's Mlgfs-Cass Apparel
Beginning Friday, Aug. 18th
Purchased at 40c on the dollar from Leibo's Cloak and Suit
House, Bellingham, Wash., will be placed on sale by us at a tre
This magnificent stock of Coats, Suits, Dresses, Skirts, Waists,
etc., purchased at about ONK-THIRD regular values, will be
passed on to the women of Salem and vicinity at corresponding
COATS, SUITS, DRESSES
Values up to $25,
Coats, Suits and Dresses
Values up to $37.50
$12.95 J' $16.95
Coats, Suits and Dresses
Values up to $50
Special Group of $10.50 to
$15 Jersey dresses also
Velour and Velvet Dresses
A Big Group of Spring and
Summer Hats. Sale Price
regardless of cost or former
Great Group of Percale
Aprons and House Dresses,
plain and fancy colors, all
sizes, Values to $1.50
$4 and 4.50 Khaki Outing
Coats and combination Suits
in a complete line of sizes
k 2. ... ...... .
Great Big Lot of Georgette
Crepe de Chine, Pongee and
Tricolette Waists and over
blouses, all colors and sizes.
Regular values up to $5.75
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00
Fibre Silk Auto Scarfs, var