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,i u., ............................................ ...... -: = - - --Pt[Joe, at the Minnie Prentice home in X'-I T'E ! /Lake Stevens Sunday. PERSON MS / E..G. Baker o'--f Re----be was in town t'ruesday morning on 'business. OF INTEREST M's. Bert McLeod was hostess to ---Union S " :cml Eight Thursday afternoon. fi Lustre Wax for Woodwork, Linoleums at Bergans. and Mrs. W. L. Griffith f C.eaning Solvent Bergans. The Granville Grange Auxiliary will meet with Mrs. Dave Sannle!s on ]Tuesday September 20th. vm.ty Park spent the week end' Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Curtis were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hall. I Mrs A. R. Curtis. I Mr. and :Mrs. W. It. Ellert of Seat- Mrs. R. A. Buckner visied her were Weel( end guests at the A R. grandaughter, Mrs. Joe Robbins and It(is home. the tiny great granddaughter Mary HOT or COLD DRINKS i x Candies, Tobacco, Cigars . 14 Sch 1 S pplie O0 U 8 = M H Magazines H PALACE ETS OFSWE i Granite Falls, Washington )MZNeNBN3NeNmNSeNSeNZNXNeHZNZN3NZNeNNN SNHOMISI CO JNTY FORUM nu u .................................. --Reward--For reLuml :f ladies leaving for home the guests were r I S.A. Durgin silent several days this week at the home cf his daugh- Mrs. Cole in Marysville. at [ Mrs. Bickel of Seattle, is spending I the week with her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Gortz. IN|N|NIIN|N|N|N|N|N|N|N|N|N|N|N|N|NN LIVI0000ANll LET LIVE Rolled Oats, per pkg ............................... 23 Flaked Wheat per pkg ............................. 23 Dates, 2 lb. pkg ......................................... 19 Toilet Tissue, 4-1000 Sheet Rolls ............ 19 Delraonte Catsup, Lg. Bottle, 2 for ........ 33 Fancy Blue Rose Rice 4 lbs ..................... 19 SEE OUR SPECIALS FORHOES GROCERIES__DRY GOODS SHOES-- GENTS FURNISHINGS ; z Support Your Own Community E Ch II 0 . . appe i H|H|H|H|H|H|HSH|H|H|H|H|H|H|HSH|H| 8|NWN|N|N|N|N|N|N|N|N|HN|N|N|N|NgNIN|N|N More Loyality To . ' Home lnstutt0ns . The Primaries are over and henceforth we Will hear more about parties and princi- Ples and less about persnalities" ]1 noLsin,g candidates will work for oppo- ] n ""m.wn'"t,_ a short time ago, they said were 00o,d o.io+ If People would give the same stanuch PPort and loyalty to their communities ,r own mterests would be greatly im- Prove. Prosperity is on the way. IiltANIIE FALL S STAI'E II00K At your Servm since i907 IL W. Lambright and family en- joyed a motor trip to Ellenburg Sunday. green woolen sweter lost below Chappell's bridge Finder please re- mrn to Gust Lurid. Mr, and Mrs. Jack Tissue and sma+ da@hter, Joyce, left for their ,,me in Oakland, Cahfonia last ilurstlay morning aler visiting a couple of weeks with then' l,arenl.s ann oher re.aives. Mrs. Holcomb, Mrs. Proud and daughter Millie, Mrs. Wick, Mrs. Howarth and Mrs. Hill, motored to Seattle Sunday morning and heard Dr. Kenyon at the First Baptist e.hurch. Mr and Mrs L. L. Townsend of Everet visited a the C R. Beck- Mrs. Minnie Last who has been mier home a f.cw (lays this week. spending the past four nxonths with her sister in Montana ,xeturned to Tile Womens Prayer Circle will uer home last week Mr and Mrs. meet Tuesday afternoon at tile home Leon Lewis who occupied her house of Mrs. L E. Petersn. during her bsence, have moved to . ' the O. O. Wills house. s Bert McIeod and' Mr, and My. +" , - . I The Congregational Ladies Ad son George motared to Everett Tues- , .... da . .. will serve a dinner at the Cnnnumty Hall on 'lhursday Septomber 22. A Mr. and Mrs. Dale Annis of Sno- charge of 25c a p:ate for adults and homish visited at the home of Mr. 10c for chddren under 12 year*; of and Mrs Dave Samuels Sunday, age, is very small fo" the wonderul " Imeals the Aid serves. Everybody The R. N. A. will hold a card party c, ame .and make it a success. at their hall on Saturday evening The Past Matrons ,of Bethel Chap- Sept. 17 at 8:15. , ter O. E. S. Granite Falls, are honor- Mr. and Mrs. McLeod of Seattle ing the Presiding Matron Mrs Clara were Sunday guests at the Levi Scott, at a one o'clook luncheon at Cushman home. Mus. Gertrude Melang was hostess to the Embroidery club at the home ,of Mrs. Dave Samuels Wednesday. Otto Beckmey:er with his family moved back to Granite Falls from Su.ltan, last week, so that their children could enter oboe. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sairs and son V, ernon of Everett were Sunday din- nex guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Willoughby Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bartlett and daughters Joyce and Joan of Everatt spent Sunday at the A R. Tu.cker home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kenseth of the home of Mrs. Fred Gemmer at Monroe Camp on Thursday. Leslie Gallaugher who is employed in Seattle, spent Wednesday with his mother Mrs. Willoughby. His sister Mrs. Fred Castner accompanied him to Granite and also spent the day with her re,other. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mcssner and daughter Maxine and Mr. Clarence Vanmier of Seattle were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Waltd Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Wa:z Tuesday Spithill and Mrs C. R. Bockmier at- tended the Eldrbloom club meeting in Everett Tuesday. Fred Sullivan and family of Ever- ett were Granite visitors Tuesday. Mrs. Wm. Woods who was taken Everett, visited Saturday night and to a h:spital in Sea(t: for treatment Sunday with his parents Mr, and a week ago last Thursday, passed Mrs. J. L. Kenseth. , , away on Friday last. Funeral serv- ices were held in Seattle at two Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kyle and sons o'clock Saturday. Burial a Waschelli Harry and Re, bert, of Seattle spent cemetery. Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McGinn. ,--Thelma Marshall Kelley, teacher of piano, of Everett, in Granite Falls Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Kenseth. 2t Mr. and Mrs. Ward Prigg enter- tained the following relatives at din- her Sunday, Mr and Mrs. K. Prigg and son Larry of Vashon Island, Mr. and Mrs. Prigg of Seattle, Mrs. Keesling of Indiana, Mr. and Mrs. John Curtis and her mother Mrs. Gust Lund celebrated his birthday George Ladd,, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tu.esday Sept. 13, by paying his sub-.Curtis of Snohomish and Jack Curtis. scription to the Forum which expired on that date. Mrs. C. Konnerupp entertained the follz.wing-named ladies at her Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Myers of home Saturday evening. The Mes- Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Scoop Willie dames Jessie Noble, Leonard, Lee, Min- and son Hebert,* of Everett, spent hie Conrey, Mary Behmgia, Thee S lnday with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Me- Jewell and Emma Tucker. The ev- Ginn. Jening was spent playing 500. Bet, ore Household Bud "ts are Easier to meet wath  More Men O' m the Bank ' mm ++.----.-:-= Inve00 in ..... ,... ,. ,..+,o0. ...... It Iwmkl &'dbl* ra; ;,i.,t,ho t' * :a," ',cuR6 onto. ELECTRIC ranGsilly--set  t ti'.* t:.p,.,a"a,* ,o  '"t ,i U,e REFRIGI:RATION m,. a e, ,.0, least |out l*rs--bt C.er.ar*l ',,*a, .,tOtt m  to last IlfCdme wlthot * f,.uJ el tt*,t;o. qrwo shaw yo these thr t*,r,i..t'or* d tell you how you n hvo om on easy temm? PUOET C>UND Power w Light Conpa*V th N*w Models of Eltrlc Refdger, tor *t You IPe:,2rs O .-.t served a nHdnight supper by tile hostess. Mrs. Anna Toole of Seattle enter- tained with a family dinner at the home :t' her mother Mrs. Ida Brush on last Wednesday evening. Those enjoyin the evening were Mr and Mrs. W. A. Talbert anti daughter I .................................... i ............... acre. Tile green manure crop a:..,J be seeded as early in the tall as P, ne weather conditions will j rnl.:, ,.+ order that there be as mu.h growL as much growth as possible m (.he fall, and consequent;y more materml to turn into the ground in le sp,i,g. Farmers Bulle.tin No. J:2,,0  ....... lot of information a,ut green ma- nure crops and this buletin may be had by writing .'he Co ..... y .2 ..... ion IGeneva, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brush' and daughter June. Mr. and Mrs. ,lack Tissue and daughter Joyce, Mrs Lulu Tissue and daughters Kathleen and Ruth and son Clyde, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Boring, Mrs. hlu Brush, Mr. August Brush, Miss h'ene Ar- buclde, Miss Viola Pasay, Mr. Bow- ers, Mr. Ray Toole and the hostess Mrs. T.oole. Office, 202 Federal B:g., Ever.:. GETCHELL NEWS ITEMS School opened Wednesday, Sept. 7. The attendance is loss ,his year t::an last ytr, as soveral families h.ve moved out of the district duriing hc summer vacation. Mr. C. E. Wesflund spent a few days last week in Yakima ..nd als) in WiLh this sl)ecial fall ,growing Oregon. weather. Snohomish County farmers, ] The Getche!l Misisonary SJeiety shou'd be makinr plans now to seed met with Mrs. A. Sines on Wednes- .spine sort of winte.r crop in order to furnist+ organic materials to I, work- ed rote the sod next spring. All of our soil resp'nd very rapid- ly to the application of organic [fertilizers, either the green manures or the barnyard manures. Tile large Imaiority ,of farmers do not have a sufficient quantity of barnyard ma- nure. herefore must depend on some other so0rce of fuimishing th organ- clay. Nine metal) 'rs w(te pem.t. Visitors were Mrs. H. 14anson of Se- aLtle, Mrs. D. Rollins, :.Ils. C. AMer- son, Mrs. Erlandson and Mrs. A. , Winehardt of Seattle t The 4-H Club is preparing articl,t ,o clothing to be exhibited at the Grange Fair at Snohcmish this week ] Mrs. A. Winehardt Of Seattle is visit, ing her sDtev-in-law, Mrs. P. J. I John,on this week. ic supp'y. Tilt, averau'e n.ormal spill A party was -iwen at 'he W'aite to be in (:he best. physical condition House Grange Saturday evenint, in should be made up of not less than llhonor of Mr. J. Ri:ey's birthday an. 10 by volume of organic material, niversary. Ab.:ut a !'undred r'v'e When a ,green manure cop is turned under, the various fertilizing elements hat have gon,e in'P the making of the crop are retuTned to the soil, and a quantity of organic matter n:ot before in the soil added. This orgainc matter serves aa food for microorganisim and a',so ira- atte:nded and everyone had a good time. Lunch w.-u ervod at mid-n;gbt. LOOK.* proves the physical condition of the soil. both the holdinng ..+ vy clays e p:rus to hold ,hat can i >ps. Fall tch etc. an ones. county vetch. Is of rye common Organic matter affects texture and the moistu.re capacity of the s>ils. Heavy clays are lightened and made more p:rus and sandy soils are" ena;bled to hold moisture better. There are several crops that can be used as gree'n manure crops. Fall wheat rye, winter oats, vetch are some cf the more common ones. Most commonly used in this county is a cmbination of rye and Usually about 35 to 40 pounds of rye and 50 to 60 pounds of vetch are used as a mixture for each I I I BUDGET NOTICE Estimate of Receipts and Disburse- ] ments for the Town of Granite Falls, I Washington, for the year ending Dec- ember 31st, 1933. Notice is hereby, given that the Council of the Town of Granite Falls, Washington, estimate that the said Town will need during the year the amount shown by the itemized state- ment below. This statement is subject to revi- sion and the Town Council will meet Oct. 4, 1932, at the TOwn Hall n said Town, for the purpose of ,giving the taxpayers an opportunity to be heard for or against the .aid levies, Estimated Receipts Mdsc recpts, licenses .......... $ 75.00 Water Collectons ................ 2500.00 Interest on Bank deposits .... 60.28 To be 'raised by taxation (Current expense) .......... 1879.72 $4515.00 Ea timated Disbursements Council expense, Publishing, (etc) ................................ $ 20.00 Clerk salary .......................... 240.00 Bonds .................................... 80.00 Eleations .............................. 27.00 Repair Bldgs ......................... 25.00 Msc. expense ........ : ............... 30.00 State Auditor ....... : ................ 50.00 Inds., ins, med. aid ................ 25.00 Total ................................ 447.00 Protection to Life and Property Police Salaries .................. $ 600.00 Police expense ............... ..... 10.00 Fire Dept (Chief salary) .... 60.00 Fire Dept. expense .... : ....... 100,00 Hydrant rental .................... 88.00 Total ............................ 858.00 Malntalnance of Hllrhways Lighting ............................ $ 560.00 Road repairs ........................ 150.00 6O Total .. .............................. 710,00 Water ystem Maintenance ...................... $1300.00 Treasurer salary ................ 240.00 Betterment outlay ............ '*900.00 Total ............................... $2500.00 (:;rand Total .................... $4515.00 Published Sept. 8, 15, 22,29, 1932. 13y ,:'der of Cannel), It, E. Jewell, Tows Clerk -Pair for linch Tirt QUALITY You Iet qualityhere because Goodyear buildm MILLION more tiree and n thmtre, offer the world's Ilreateet values. COllie and see! .ii+ ,'ml'in/rs. ql in lm. iTubs $1,03 \\; 'lb  '441 - aS 4.?J - S9 , $00s7 I SLa00 I Sach t  h edith P. gin IP. SlnIo OS-43 I 81mii.$S.33 Tube QI.03 I Tube Ill.ST @TS-at ' 4.7g-:Iz ir InlPim. liilW ImlPi sintls Sb,43 ' IU O&. g.oo-s9 " lal-ll $L45 I SL5S lm- inl, r,. 1 Vm6". Sin. St.tS  SlnS* 05.7S rulm O1.17 , i Tube, 181.33 O a'lJSee in Plror# b and "P 'LIES" Of tile siz le} era {81ayera; in (, I atul 6.50 sizo) e( Sopertwlst (rd utile(" Ihe tread, two do tmtrtm frmt b to bead w* the, are reel l ,.rd "hr,aker itt|pS' nd that  lhat tit tem. ',. TIRe: SERVICE ". .- tires are cxperLly ch::led her. We clau wild graphite your x'lms, check alitnment, put in the c, ect alr pre&sut 0, pro',erly ti4h'on t't,. n bolts. AtJrnt c.as 7ob l.) ..... n w!, Irnow howl Th;s Month Goodyear Builds |t'J 200 Millionth Tire ASIt00.'S GARAG[ Phone 92 - Gra.it Fsll