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Lo u Thompson , and her sister , spent the weekend In town. ¦ c . .Henry Quick of Setauket and Dor- othy Campbell of Stony Brook , were married at the Presbyterian Church nt Setauket last Saturday. - A reception at the bride ' s home followed. Mr. and Mrs. George Piatt of Rock- v lUe Centre enjoyed a pleasant week- end in town over the holiday. . Miss Mafton Pett y enjoyed a visit to Clinton , Conn., recently. The many friends of Mrs , M innie E. Newey ore glad to hear that she is recovering from her recent serious illness. Ca pt. and Mrs. George _ F. Holly vis- ited relatives in Brookhaven on Labor Day. Mrs. Julla . Jl. Arthur of Flushing - is visiting in town this week. Miss Norma Hosley, mus ic teacher at the local high school , was una ble to return for t he opening of school , We dnesday, owin g to illness. She is ex- pected to return shortly. , The Woman ' s Home and Foreign ! Missionary Society of the Presbyterian | Church , wi ll meet with Mrs. Henry Silverman at her home In Mt. Sinai t ills afternoon , Sept. 11 , at 3 o ' c lock. All ladles of the Congregation , arc cor- dially invited ' to attend. i Owner Ma i ntenance tor Dodge Ma ratlion Eight The Dodge Eight Mileage Marathon Car which finished its first year of al- most continuous 3 runnlng over , some of the hardest and most difficult roads in the country with 103 , 000 miles to Its credit was tinder the constant scru- tiny of Ray.Priest , official observer of the A. A. A. Contest Board during Its entire journey. The car . was sealed' at the beginning of the Marathon , July 1 , 1930 , and the seals never were broken for inspection or service except at Priest' s direction , according to-of- ficials of the A. A. A. It Is said , that the Marathon Car has been operated Just as an owner would operate his - car , with regular service supervision and maintenance, \Cn dis- cussing the first year of its operation W. D. Edenburn , official representative of the Contest Board of the A. A. A., who personally selected the Dodge Eight to be used In the Marathon run said , \This Mileage Marathon at Dodge Brothers is In no sense a break- down test. The A. A. A. sanction -was taken out with the understanding that the cor would be run like any car In the h an ds ' of an owner, but under supervision of an A. A. A. observer. . If break-down rules had prevailed in this run the first time the cor broke a fan belt or any other part , trivial or otherwise , it would have been, fin- ished—because , under break-down rules no repairs can be made ' and a car without a fan belt would soon heat up so that It could run no fur- , ther , thus ending the test. Break- down test niles are what govern ln any reliability run where penalties ate applied against the car \for every adjustment or replacement. \It should be borne in mind that this car was ' driven over thousands of miles of severe roads where ¦ no au- tomobile could be run without service maintenance work being required. Furthermore , through no fault of the car , It was involved in two traffic ac- cide nt s , necessitating extensive re- pairs. V \Figures which the A. A. A. 3is com- piling covering the first year ' s opera- tion of the Dodge Marathon Cor In- dicate that the cost of upkeep per mile was surprisingly low In compari- son with upkeep costs kept by almost all firms operating fleets of cars in thei r business. \ — Tlte i ^^ Car - . . ! I \A Va lue Far Above the Pr i ce \ j i • _ ¦ _ . it ^S l 5 ^^^ ^ * **^ ' ^ bie o m Cwi? I ( Z M asSJUf ~ I iwM lllil . ' . ^ M ft j Sl I ' \ ' ,N A B AFFLE ANO CITIZENS OF \TUG V \ m t l A S & Wff TOK ffl M W T T i ' ' ' . > V fc CCID WT ALLY IN ROME WERE ttUED XIASSICI \ ' ' \\\\\m\W V r\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ I B b iii fc r ^^ . f PJ ^ j L,, AND- f USfflCUS W / S AP PLIED TO i l ll W I I V fflnERSOF LnERATURE OF WORTH | * 1 1 < 1 ¦ You needn ' t ACCIDENTALLY discover a REMARKABLE USED CAR BUY. Y ou can plan to get a DEPENDABLE CAR at & low price. Just plan to see those we arc offering. • i POR T JEFFERSON AUTO SALES , Inc. Fort J eff Oram ' s Authorized Ford Dealer ' ' ,. . , . . , , ... , I. Y- ' ltahplN W 869 PORT JEFFERSON STATION , L. I. j y1 T Te W rcpT ff^ rp lWTW ! ^ ¦ Bulck for getting to the clubs at wn.ori George and I are scheduled to play, absolutely necessary. It Is such a:n easy t hing to toss our clubs and lug- gage into the car and start off with- out any delay that vie are making it the preferred way of filling our dates. \ \ I have owned a Bulck before , but t his new Bulck is one of the most comfortable and easiest driving cars I have ever had. The syncro-mesh transm l3Sslon Is a wonderful Improve- ment , mak ing gear shifting a marvel- ously easy and silent operation. \ exce pt where an over night hop Is g. RELI ABLE GARAGES ¦ -Ji : ——— , . ._ ' ¦ ' . \ ; ' ' . . • . ¦¦- , ( BiH y * s Garage ¦ / ¦ ¦ ^ . S o cony— Shell— Tydol Gasoline and Oil f ] -Cor. Blv er heaa State Koail , Fort Jefferson , 1* L \ *1 * *L SIB , ' • ' ¦•• . 'j ¦ ¦ .; ' :<!| STOVER SERVI CE STATION • 'YYj i DIAM OND \ORES —GOODRICH ' ¦ ¦ ' .. ' ¦ ' ¦ ' > $ Re-tall at W holesale Prices ' - ' :; i ' - ' \Y\ Diamond \tire s are Guaranteed a gainst Glass Cuts , Stone B tdi ta . ¦ -: ' ¦ ' } • , Blow Ont * , and Any Road Accidents . 4; *' , 816 MAIN ST., PORT JE *?TEIlSON ^ N. Jr * . '. .fU ? Yi\ \Telep hone 98 ::> . < - , : ' i ;A - .. ' .. :: '& ) * *} ——- I RULAND'S GARAGE J AUTO AND MARINE I Kepa l is—Supplies—Machine Shop \ 1 .KA XBESXOS BRAKE TESTER 1 Main Street , Bast S e t-uilte t , L. I. Telephone IW ' -—— — ¦ - z zz: i . , . :—- _ - . «- __ _ _3 j - * __ - *| I Wood' s Garage ¦ ¦AND H3 c \A C Hr iNE SHOP AX T WHC O XVE, H IAHtSE AND RADIO REPAIRS AND SUPPLIES | B * -artoa and • ffa u n a w l ck Stony Brook Tel. B8 Locke Povrer M t weri ' ' e. 1 - 1 — ; : -—-— \— ¦ ¦ , , . ( . Rev. Charles A. Livingston Choral Eucharist and semen 9.01) A. M. Church school 10.30. A. M. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Odd Fellows ' Hall , Port Jefferson A branch ol The Mother Church , The First Church of Christ ,. Scientist , ln Boston , Moss. Services each Sunday morning at 11:00 o ' c lock. Reading room open 3 fir s t and t hird Fridays from 2.30 to5 p. m. The pub lic is cordially invited to attend the services an d to use the reading room. ST. PAUL' S LUTH ERAN CHURCH John J. Mltal , Pastor . Sunday school every Sunday at 10 A. M. Divine service with sermon ' at 7. 30 P. M. Everybody -welcome. FIRST BAPlTIST CHURCH Watson S. Wa llace , Pastor Sunda y School at 10 a. m. Mornin g worship at 11 o ' clock , \What Does Your Christianity Cost You ?\ At 7:15 p. m. the Christian Endea- vor be gins its faU activitie s. There w ill be three speakers at this meet- ing- Miss Irene Newbery -will speak on: \Wh y Have AC. E , \ from the young person ' s point of view. Mr. Don McClee l an will speak on: \Why Have A Ci E. \ from t he church' s point of view ^ The pastor: will speak on , \Why Have A C. E. \ from the pastor ' s point of view. There will also v be _ special mus ic at this meeting. There \ will be ' no age l imit for this meeting. We ¦ want all oui friends with us. Eveni g g \ worsh ip at 8 o ' c lock, sermon , \Sow- ing and Reaping. \ This will be . the i l rst Sunday evening since June , that there have been services in the sep- arate churches. \ The time Is now ripe that ever yone should begin the church i going habit. Prayer meeting on Wedne sday eve- , ning at 8 o ' cloc k. Come ' to en joy an hour of ser ious meditat ion. FIRST PRESBYTERIA N CHURCH . George J. Riester , Minister ¦ ¦ • 9:45 a. m.. Church School, c lasses for all ages. 11 a. m. . Mornin g Worshi p. Sermon. \I Believe In God , t he Father Al- mighty, \ the first of a series of ser- mons on t he \Apostles ' Creed. \ - 8 p. m „ Evening Service. Sermon. • Turning From God to Others. \ We dnesday, 8 p. m . M id-week Pray- er Service. PORT JEFFERSON METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH • ' ' ' \ . \ ( Rey. L t. S - rilth, Pastor Sunday. September 13. Bible School , 10 a. m. Mornin g Worship, 11 Bi m. Subject: \A Clear Call. \ Evening Wor- ship, 8 p. m. Subject , \Where Is My God?\ Monday, September 14. Meetin g of the offic ial board will be held at the parsonage at 7.45 p. m. » ' - . . - Wednesday, September 10. Ladles Aid Society, 2 p. m. Cheerful Hour ol Worshi p, 8 p. m. Thiitt-e l ci y, He pt/ > mli e > >. 17. All day , meeting ol Nassau-Suffolk County ¦ Holiness Association , Saturday, September 17. Afternoon . and evening meeting of the olflcer s of the Epworth League of tho Brooklyn North district will be held In our church. . . ffiS ^ il CHRIST (CHURCH , EPISCOPAL Miss Alto Hill of Now York City is a guest of Mrs. Julia Bonelll this - week. Miss Martha Lambert of Nashville was a guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wells IS, Rltch last week. Miss Lambert will s pend Mint: tlmo in New York bcior - o returning to Tcnnesee. Prof. Alfred Child arid family left their summer homo on tho west, side In the vi llage of Fo e iuott on Tuesday for Tcrrc Haute , Ind. They will make tho trip i y nuto. Miss Betty Peok returned to her homo In Bolln Torro limb week, imsi i Peck , who was graduated from .as- n n r c ollc f-o this year , has spent tlie cummer In Europe wi tn some of her former classmates. Mrs, Geor go Lelino expects to leave this Saturday for Now York wliero sho will visit Iter daughter , Mrs, I f nrry Bi t lvln, Count Omar spent tlio weekend in town with friends. Mra. Dotty L'Hommedlou nnd dnn gti- ter , Juno , sail today for Holland whoro tlioy will spend several weeks vlriltins ' Mra , L'Hommediou ' s parents. . Mr. and Mrs, E, I t;. L n Hoiiiiiieillcu aid en joying ti short stay at Hnrtforil , ' . Conn , , Mle fl E l l t o l Lohnb innd Mra. Ilelono Tlbb u tt expect to leave tills Sntui'cl i i y for Oyster Buy, wliero they will spend tho ti t-tlit , after which tlioy will loavo \ for a motor tou t* of tho Now England ,j , Dtaten, . '! ; MIm Katliryn Port er Is now dolor* . ' part tlmo worfc at tlio Lon u Inlt i titl Blilpynrd, Ino. Jcwie Reave enjoyed a motor tri p from DrlrJijoport , Conno t itlout, nrouiul 1 by way of College Point forr y to Port - ' JelTerMii, on Sunday «f tl t lu- wcok. Mn, A, N. nandA l l who lias been 1 visiting Mr. unci Mrs. I\ aymond Prlco i .. of INi w rn t. - J IlHi \ lor , tlie ,pn , » t week, >fi- V,. , t unii d 1 to\!-*? I t ome . In Port Jolt-riw u ' . i . i^ on - i Biintui y. , . '' . ' , ¦: , - „;, ' ' , . ' , , • ¦>. , ¦;. ' , , c ' ¦ . Personal Mention Miriam ^r. Woodhull , 14 , of Ri ver- head , won the spelling championship of New York. Tuesday in t-ompetitlon with Juvenile champions of each coun- ty at the State Pair at Syracus e , af- ter a contest which lasted for more than four hours. Mi ss Woodhull conquered all but one word of the sixth test , ' two oral and the others ' written. The word she missed was \b enefited , \ but even ex- perts disagree sometimes as to the number of t' s required in the word. A $50 prize wont to the winner. I 33 ^ : Suffolk Girl Wins Spelling Ch ampionship at State Fair So me Points You May Have Missed By The Observer Notice how many more of those roadsters one sees are 1929 models rather than 1931s? That' s because more than twice as many of this body type were bought in the former year , th at period , of unforgettable prosperi- ty. The Observer got to wondering about it recently and checked up on the figures. The check Incidentally re- vealed that there were about as many phaetons as roadsters sold last year. That also Is unusual. « « C, Speaking of roadsters and phaetons , DeVaux is not going to have a road- ster in Its , lino. The . single open model will be a flve-passenger ' car . »», e re will be three coupes and'three sedans , too. » * * Engines in. the Nash cars of a few years , ago were of the low speed type. Now , with tliat big eight which ' p ro- duces 115 horsepower , Nash has gone to the top ol the heap. With Hudson ond Cord It provides tho engines that have r. p. in, maximums of 3 ,600. * * 0 / —Add vital statl s tlca ; Owa' t l nehati- ra seven driven and seven driving plate clutch has more plates than any other. .40 Another novelty about the Franklin engine Is that its air-cooling permits tho cylinders to be cast singly. So water Jackets to worr y about , or any- thing , * '* . * . Another reason for the lownc s s of that Mnni i on 1G Is that the final drive inv olves l i ypoid gearing. However , tho other members of the MTirmon family ha ve the conventional spiral bevel ihial drive, * * • aitenr , what car has tlie lowest en- gine compression ratio? The answer Is Fo rd with it ratio of 4.22 to 1. It can 't be a matter ot price , however , for R olls-Royce Phantom Is powered by a n engine with ft ratio of 4,fi to 1. It Ij next to Ford. Bulck ateo has a 4.5 ratio in the B-DO lino. * • • Plerce-Arrow , LaSn llo , an d Hupino- bll o have frames made of carbon steel. Ever notice those laminated run- n ing boards on the Ducsonber g arc made of Imkcllto? So mo those of the Reo Royn lo. * • « Pac kard uses disc wheels its stand- ard equi pment for tho simple reason Hint tlioy go with particularly good ef- fect with tlio lines of the cur. * > ' * • In an ybody curloua to know Just how much tho body of the car weighs? Lot uii t a ka the Doil g o 0 as a sample. Tho clinssls weighs 3 , 0110 pounds, tho sodan 3 , 000 pounds. That la a difference of ODD poun ds. If Tlio Oboscrvor ' s sub- traction la il Rh t. <• ei (* The Chrysler 0 is nn exception to tlio comtmny' e rule of giving overall rather than wlieolbuiio length , It ts stated us 110 Inched , • * * Two moons why tlio n n w Clmvro- l e to are much more froo from vibra- tion are tlio s tllftmlii' , ot * the valve sldi i of the on g lno and the use ot a cr n nUslinlt dnmponor. LOOKING OVER THE CARS KlRtl no KIU) , 47 y t ii t rn , of Po rt Je(- f c rnon , wan found utility of third do- , j roo niu'iilt, before .Judge Carl Ituok , I t i n t , TWir « «t»y,, nltyit,; Ha ' > . ratxiv«d ' »' e ^ a '^ f7 m^ i,. ' U I 'rt * M.|i|>*»;; i : - :&jY - k-ji Cm | B M |ie i ii$ flUIl . TY OV ASSAULT Billy B urke , winner of, the United States open O oif championship tnat was held at the Inverness club , T ole- do , i n July, Is on enthusiastic auto- moblll s t and has Just purchased a Bulck straight eight convertible coupe. \I find traveling by automobile the triost enjoyable and restful -way ot all , \ Burke said, '' and will use my new Billy- Burke Drives Buick Straight Eight ^^ f \ THREATENED ^^Q ||H M H '£S Q fiSS thatlCTU l ' s p - ak. Imu.tcoJ i fe j . l. For ,< ^£. 3 ^ K3 ^ i \ ^^ H| in conf os ion , to psychologist* say, ^^^ g Mt ml there is a tna eji a balm that help- ui to , _ , , ,, , * \ ^ forget—Iorg«t— Oh . if I only emldl\ Cra zed with blood-flaming rum „ M * * * . , ., \ , t ' -those sava ge K offl rs attackedl i 'j ^^^ .r h K. ^e .r c i ^ It will chal lenge your belief-te , ou i wit h ,ui£oring- P iok up. tb.rej read of the jun gle horrors heap, amazim ; reaMife l tory, the savage ' ed Upon this beau tiful woman , TRAlL.he reinthlti «hundc > rou > olimax. , who actually lived to tell her f Z T J ^^ . ^LZLT l, ^ . , j that any woman of w om-ui oornooula .own true Story in Words SO beBr ,he namelcst. horror. heaped fra f lk they terri fy, upon these defenseless ' eminino ,,., , shoulc i era. But read Ibis aitoundin f * \If those degenerate Kaffirs hod only true-life story for yourself , You will killed-me , \ this woman writes , \I fj nc j it complete in October TRUE would not today be tortured with tell- STORY. Get youroopy—rend It tod a yl fog you of that horrible jungle night. . ¦ ). : u « r _ .r «n r . . ii . . ip . . Tn,Sl»rjll.mr Is mid .readmit ntfj l u t sMf - \You may oik , 'W hy tell it , I f it „„ , , m r WBAF c ts iNBCRti Nttari. lt tortures you to do sot \ But I tell you s ' el s ch Nisi yn t ties,. S -JON ' T think of buying a new cdr w f thout ta Ikingtc s us first , if this sounds rude, remember that getting the -ffaefs e ntails no obligafiah e And the new facts are startling enough to pay for your time , b L ^ S • Ii y p ^to w & i 1 n > - SIXES AND EIGHTS '. (? B S B - W H ' I B L I N O AT NO HTIt COST ROBERT F. WELLS STONS BROOK NEW YORK »W. (t oll-v e Ihe Hupmoblla to be th t best cor of Its class In tho wori- S *' ' mmm ^ m m mm.mmmmmmBmm * .mmmtmm ^^ &m m ^ mmi ^ m m m ^ m Bm . ^^ mm umm. ^m un m ^a ma. iYo T e ^ YsT l ' ¦ I Anthony T rlm i rk s , Pr a p. i I ALL MAKES REPAI KED J j . Port J . eger-on , L . L I ; . . . . . . ¦ , . . , , ¦ / * } /| |. . LOCAL DEALERS > DIRECTOR Y ^ | ] \ ~ — -I C l hat j . W. Bishop - A BUICK MO TOR CARS j S te AIGHT EIGHT 'VALVE-m.HBAD • JONT8 OT. PORT JI I J3TBISSON , L. L • • *Cele-ft<m8 SUM I 1 - ¦ ¦ — J > ] \ POSrT JEFPE H SON AUTO SAI ^ 5S , INC. j ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ' ¦ • ¦ - ' - . .: ' : . ' \ , . , ' ¦ \ : . i \ '1 ¦ .;. ' . SERVICE : ' : ' ; ( ^^ fe - . SALES - - ^ POBT \ F I S F i rEBSON STATION , N. V. -X-loplione 3 J S9 ^ j ' ' . - ' ' ., — ' — ' ' ' i^^ BROOKHAVEN A UTO SALES , Inc i j ^ mmjaig $ 131 Jones St. Port Jefferson , L. lij f - t f rtt i. . . . .. . i - n ¦ , - -;- X S. KESSLE R GARAGE . :: ;; ^ jg j fflhf 414 Main Street ^j ^^ ¦ ^ Port Jefferson , L. h TeL 287 1 1 \ ¦ ¦ ¦ \ ' ¦¦ -\ -1 3 — ' |U , ' - * ' .r *l . : ' — ^ f '^ East Setauket Gara ge vi R USSELLDAft U NG \ - ; r' j COODYEAR TIRES WILLARD BATTERIES /SJ ¦GENERAL IU1PAIRINO Nortb Ot)untry lloail East Setauliot , Is. I. 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