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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 18, 1922)
Friday, August 18, inoo
BUENA VISTA ITEMS
DURING PAST WEEK
Miss Addie Gobat of Suver is hero
for a week with relatives.
G. E. Harman is the first one in
this vicinity to do fall plowing using
a Fordson tractor.
Cleve Prather has resumed thresh
ing after a few days layoff on account
Mrs. Willard McClain and son,
Emerson, are visiting
Silverton and Sublimity. i
Grandma McCIan returned Sunday
from a -week's stay with her sister
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Nash of Salem
were here Saturday evening with
relatives and were accompanied
home by their daughter Lucile, who
passed the week here at the Tann
and Nash homes.
for the Salem Canning company and
is busy weighing berries ' for those
J. K. Neal and wife attended camp
meeting at Cottage Grove several
days last week.
Edgar Lichty and wife, Lester
Stamley and wife passed Sunday with
Salem friends. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lo Boodigheimer of
Silverton were weekend visitors with
the latters parents, Mr. and Mrs.
relatives in Henry Frank-
H. E. Frank transacted business in
A motoring party composed of
Harold Reynolds, Blanche Harmon of
this place, Holt Dudall and Marjorie
Reynolds, Howard Vankirk and, Mae
Weisner of Albany, drove to Hood
River Suaday to spend the day with
a picnic dinner. , Oa the way back
the jolly crowd spent .several hours
Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Prather left ' looking over Portland. The day
Wednesday for a 10 day or 2 weeks' ' proved a pleasant one to those for
outing at Kitson Springs. I tunate to be one of them. , f
James Getty and wife, are passing! Miss Alma Wells returned to her
several days in Portland,
W. S. McClain is receiving agent
Summer's good for bat
teries just as it is for peo
ple providing they don't
get all "het up".
But regardless of warm,
easily started motors, heat
thinned oil and so on, you
have to look after your bat
tery to keep it fit.
Just drive, around and
tell us to do whatever's
necessary. That's what
we're here for.
Same service same Wil
lard Standards no matter
what the make of your
GROTH Electric Station
home here after passing several
days with friends in Portland.
Mrs. E. J. Anderson on returning
daughter in Suver, found a grand
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Tuesday following sale date
ASK AG EXT ABOUT
15 Day and Season Fares
Frequent Service at Convenient
Hours with all modern travel
JOHN M. SCOTT
General Passenger Agent
surprise awaiting her as her daugh-ter-in-
law, Mrs. N. C. Anderson had
prepared a bounteous dinner com
menorating Mrs. Anderson's birthday
also that of her son, N. C. Anderson.
Two large birthday cakes adorned
the tables, one with CO candles and
the other having 31 candles. Every
thing in the culinary art was taste
fully prepared and the following rela
tives feasted on the eats: E. li.
Gobht, wife and daughter, Addie,
Martin Congor, wife and three daugh
ters, Emma, Doris and Florence Mil
dred, R. E. Prather and wife, Leland,
and Ruth Prather, R. Peterson,
G. E. Harmon, wife and daughter,
Blanche. : Afternoon callers at the
Anderson home were Monroe Krutr,
wife and daughter Edna, Mr. and Mrs.
OUinger of Salem, Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Durban ) of Suver. A treat
of ice cream and watermelon finished
a day well spent.
R. M. Caldwell of McMinnville were
here passing several days at the Ed
gar Lichjy hime. Mr. Caldwell is a
sheep man holding at the present
time several thousand head and is
here with the possibility of purchas
Mr. and Mrs. James Richardson of
McMinnville were Tuesday callers at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
Nash. They were returning from a
camping trip at Eugene and Cottage
Grove and with former Yamhill
Mr. Justin, superintendent. A
a. m. Rev. Proppo preaches
"Found! The Key to God'a storehouse"
Our young peoples' society meets at
7 p. m. At 8 p. m. Rev. Proppo
preaches. During these busy days
the sermons on Sunday evenings will
be short, we quit by 9 p. m. Our
splendid male quartet will ping.
Come and worship God with us. You
Saturday Special at C Street Market
Veal Loaf at ISc a lb.
By going around the corner
save money on your meat.
In The Churches
M. E. Church
Services next Sunday as follows
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Preaching service at 11 a. m. and
8 p. m. All are most cordially invited.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday eve
The last quarterly conference of
the year will be held on Thursday,
August 24th at 2 p.m.
The Oregon Conference, M. E
church will meet in Salem, September
6th, Bishop W. D. Shephard, pre
Don't forget the cooked food sale
by the Ladies Aid of the M. E. church
at Mcintosh's grocery, C street on
Saturday, August 19th.
This is our busy season, with va
cations to take, hop picking, berry
and fruit picking, harvesting season,
all are exceedingly busy. But let us
not forget to worship God on Sun
days. He who gives us all these bless-
ins. iMOie scnooi meets at iu a
What Oil Do You Use? ?04w
I to that traitor-she slips jf
n using it many a year $r
difference when I first -s4r
ry less cost fur 4
"Hello, Bill, what oil iloyoufc
along as slick, as grease".
"I'm using I Iavoline, Jim. 15c
and pays. Couldn't sec muc
tried it, but it's time that tells the stt
repairs, and fewer stops for adjustments.
Any user of I Iavoline will tell you the same stiry. Try it
for a month (you can get it from the dealer displaying the
Havoline sign) and you'll know that there is no oil that
can equal Havoline.
. D. HIBBS & CO.
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7o Our Friends
Aug. 22 md ,
We Ask This--
Give us an opportunity to
become better acquainted and
you take this opportunity to in
spect our large stock of merch
andise comprising a variety of
e day visit our Soda
fountain and Ice 'Cream Parlors
Let us play the latest Victor
Records on the Victrola
Why not take some Kodak pic
tures or the caravan parade and
other features. We carry a com-
P At StuClLof Eastman Kodaks
and fresh films
Ladles' Rest Room