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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1923)
Bat urduv afternoon when he cele
brated nis seventh birthday anni
versary. The small guests were en
tertained at the home of Mrs. Vic
tor Kem, Mrs. Sanders being as
sisted by Mrs. Kem and Mrs. Fred
Bennett. Miss Katherine Menden
hall, teacher in the second grade,
was also a guest. Following an af
ternoon of games delicious refresh
meuts of ice cream and cake were
Twenty-seven girl friends of Beth
Bede were guests Saturday after
noon at the Bede residence on the
occasion of the tenth birthday an
niversary of the young hostess.
Miss Ruth Phslp» directed the games
which entertained the small maids
during the afternoon. Sherbet and
cake were served at the close of
the afternoon. Tho guests for the
afternoon were Miss Ruth Phelps,
Margaret and Dordthy Jackson, Jean
and Alice Allison, llesper Hubbell,
Vera Scott, Donna Bartell, Alberta
Williams, Vesta Alstott, Evelyn
Smith, Charlotte Cooper, Madelle
Beidler, Adeline Adams, Margaret
Short, Dorothy Umphrey, Frances
Mackin, Ila Mason, Maxine Nelson,
Evelyn and Eleanor Hays, Ellen
Princehouse, Gertrude aud Melba
Cochran, Margaret Peters, Louise
Wynne, Genevieve Woodard and
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Mrs. Victor Chambers and Mrs.
Merville Vaetch were hostesses
Tuesday for an attractively appoint-
one o’clock luucheou at the Cham
bers home on west Maiu street. It
is the plan of the ladies who were
present to organize a club, the name
of which has not yet been chosen.
Invited for the occasion were Mrs.
Boy Leonard, Mrs. Fred Anderson,
Mrs. Carl Witte, Mrs. Victor Kem,
Mrs. Peter Nelson, Mrs. Ivan War
ner, Mrs. Oscar Woodson, Mrs. Har
old Dugan aud Mrs. Harvey Holder
man. Mrs. Boy Leonard will be
hostess on Jauuary 31 for the same
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The first pussywillows of the
ire used by Mrs. T. G.
her home when
Sudtell in decorating
she entertained the Tuesday After
noon Bridge club this week. Mrs.
E. E. Schmidt won high honors for
the afternoon. Mrs. Viotta Neal,
uiether of Mrs. Budtell, who is vis
iting here for a month from Al
bany, was a special guest, and tho
club mimih-.rs present were Mrs. E.
E. Schmidt, Mrs. William Frazier
Johnson, Mrs. Gavin C. Dyott, Mrs.
N. J. Nelson, Mrs. 8. 8. Lusswell
and Mrs. A. M. Moore.
The monthly social of tho Mizpah
clans of the Presbyterian Sunday
school was enjoyed Tuesday night
by only a small number of mem
bers, the inclement weather keeping
many away. Hostesses were MrB.
Nancy Porter, Mrs. O. W. Black
more and Mrs. Homer Galloway. A
social evening followed a business
meeting at which Mrs. F. J. Alstott
was elected secretary to succeed
Mrs. Charlo > VanDenburg, who was
unable to serve.
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A group of friends surprised Mrs.
Carl Witte Tuesday evening, , the
occasion being her birthday i auni-
versary. Dancing and cards were
enjoyed during thi le evening.
present were Mr. and Mrs. Ivan
Warner, Miss Eunice VanDenburg,
Miss Bethel Gowdy, Miss Margaret
Galloway, Miss Ruth Phelps, Miss
Dorris Sikes, Ren Sanford, Van
Beatty, Charles Burkholder and Dr.
H. A. Hagen.
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The Ladies’ Aid society of the
Christian church meets for the UBual
business meeting and tea the first
Wednesday of next month, February
7. Hostesses for February are Mrs.
A. A. Richmond, Mrs. C. A. Stevens,
Mrs. Philip Stoneburg, Mrs. J. V.
Stewart and Mrs. Ivel Loucks.
Mrs. T. C. Wheeler was elected
president, Mrs. 8. V. Allison vice
president and Mrs. Jas. P. Graham
secretary and treasurer of the Past
Matrons’ club at a meeting Monday
afternoon at tho home of Mrs. C.
E. Frost. Mrs. Herbert Eakiu will
be the next hostess for the club.
John Teeters, of Dorena, and Miss
Mary Mulkey, of Corvallis, were
married Saturday in Corvallis. Tho
wedding is tho result of a college
romance which began when both
were students at Oregon Agricul
tural college. They will reside at
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Mrs. Oliver JonesandMrs. Arthur
Jan. 17.—Miss Flossie Mathis is
Leonard entertained at a 5 o’clock visiting in Eugene ut the home of
dinner Bunday in honor of the her sister, Mrs. Robert Elliott.
birthday anniversaries of Mr. Jones
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Adney and son
and Mrs. Leonard. Mr. and Mrs. Willie were in the Grove Tuesday.
Fred Wigle were invited guests.
L. W. Leonard and Terry Moody
were in Eugene Tuesday.
Miss Eunice VanDenburg enter
Mrs. Judson Allen has been quite
tained a party of friends for supper ill for several days and Miss Kath
Bunday night, following n hike, the leen is at home caring for her.
following coming in for ihe affair:
D. F. Pettet was taken to a Eu
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warner, Bethel gene hospital Monday for treatment
Gowdy, lieu Sa.if ord, Dr. H. A. for injuries sustained when he was
Hagen and I mo Beatty.
struck by a car driven by C. W.
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Kirk and B. C. Miller of Drain.
Chaperoned by Miss Ruth Phelps The accident occurred between Cres
and Miss Margaret Galloway, more well and Goshen, where Mr. Pettet
than thirty members of the junior was working
rking on the highway.
Endeavor society of the Presbyter-
Mrs. A. E. Scott shopped in
ian church enjoyed a hard-times Grove Tuesday.
party in the church basement Sat-
house wm re-calcimined this week.
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Terry Moody did the work.
Members of the Joker club have
Mrs. G. A. Harnden, of
invitod their husbands to the meet Eugene, visited Bunday at the F.
ing of the club tonight. Mrs. Clara T. Beustou home. The Harudens are
Burkholder and Miss Esther Silsby former residents, having conducted
will be hostesses for the occasion the store for the Booth-Kelly Lum
ut Mrs. Burkholder’s home.
ber company several years ago.
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Lowell and Harry Benston are
Stanley, John and Miss Juda working at the Chambers mill at
Trunnel aud Mrs. Louis McKibben Latham, after a lay-off of several
spent Sunday with their father, weeks.
John Trunnel, and assisted him in
D. W. McKinney and Marjorie
celebrating his eightieth birthday Vaughn, of Cottage Grove, visited
F. T. Benston was in Cottage
The Past Noble Grand’s club will Grove Tuesday.
uuet next week at tho home of Mrs.
Alma and Myrtle Aduey and Mrs.
A. G. Williams.
Cormack and daughter Mary mo
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tored to Eugene Friday.
Fri., Jan. 19—Comedy drama, “Watch
Your Step,” with Cullen Landis.
A Lloyd comedy, “Number Please.”
Sat., Jan. 20—Tom Mix in “For Big
Stakes.” A comedy, “Cupid’s Elephant.”
and Mutt and Jeff.
Sun., Jan. 21 Jack Holt in “The Man
Unconquerable,” a great adventure-ro
mance of the real south seas, with an ex
cellent supporting cast including Sylvia
Breamer. And a comedy.
Mon.-Tues., Jan. 22-23—The picture
magnificent! Priscilla Dean as glorious
Cigarette, the Daughter of the Regiment,
in a stupendous picturization of the
world-famous narrative of romance and
adventure, “Under Two Flags.”
And a comedy, “Kickin’ Fool.”
Wed., Jan. 24—“Moran of the Lady
Letty,” a tingling tale of the sea, with
Dorothy Dalton, Rudolph Valentino and
Walter Long. Comedy, “Step On It.”
Thu., Jan. 25—.James Oliver Cur wood
story, “The Girl From Porcupine,” with
Faire Binnev and Buster Collier.
Screen Mirror and International News.
Fri., Jan. 26—Frank Mayo in “Doctor
Jim.” And a Lloyd comedy, “Get Out
and Get Under.”
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Pattern at $1.00 a Square Yard,
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W. L. Darby
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Jan. 16.—Abner Gilcrist of Duns
muir, Calif., is at home for a few
days’ visit with his brothers and
There were several people from
here up to London Sunday to at
tend the G. A. Small funeral.
Charles White and L. D. Huff
were in the Grove Monday.
Mrs. J. Q. A. Young was in the
Grove Saturday and visited with
Mrs. V. T. Randall.
The John and George Kebelbeck
families were in the Grove Sunday
to attend church.
There was a card party at G. M.
Kebelbecks Saturday evening. Those
present were Mr. Jepson and son
Walter and daughter Anna, Mr. and
Mrs. G. J. Kappauf and children,
Mr. and .......................
Mrs. W. C.
and Mrs. Harold Dugan.
Presbyterian Church—Bev. A. B.
Bpearow, pastor. Sunday school at
10, morning hour at 11, junior En
deavor at 3, senior Endeavor at
6:30, evening service at 7:30.
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Methodist Church—Rev. J. H.
Ebert, pastor. Bunday school at
9:45; classes for all ages. Morning
worship at 11, junior league at 3,
Epworth league at 6:30, evening ser
vice at 7:30.
For Baby—The most complete line of soft sole shoes
we have ever had; black patent, white kid upper; whi e
kid one-strap pump; brown kid button; black paten ,
black kid upper; black patent one-strap pump and
For the Small Child—A number of fine kid, flexible
soles, Nature last; warranted not to hurt the tender feet.
For Girls and Women—Seven different kinds of ox
fords and pumps, some low and some military heels:
One brown kid, tan foxed, one-strap two-button pump,
low heel, price, $4.
One black colt one-strap pump, low heel; a good shoe
for the price, $2.65.
One black patent two-strap pump, black kid foxing, rub
ber military heel, fancy stitching; a snappy style shoe;
price only $4.
Tho following bills were allowed
at the meeting of the city council
N. J. Nelson Jr., repair of
manhole __ ...................._..... *
E. 8. Holdermon, looking in
take at Bujada 1922........... 10.00
P. T. & T. Co., long distance
Elbert Bede, warrant interest
Sentinel, warrant interest.__ 12.53
Mtn States Power Co., lights
for December__ __________ 200.00
Apportionment cost of East
Quincy avenue and other
engineering work.... ............. 20.00
Mothers ’ club, rent of rest
room for January________ 10.00
Fire Dept., city’s payment on
cost fire truck chassis............ 692.34
First National Bank, semi-an
nual interest sewer boud..s 376.36
Mrs. J. H. Bennett served a six ♦-------------------------------------- ♦
His classmates in the second
grade were guests of Paul Sandors o’clock
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Mr. and Mrs. C. H. VauDenburg
were hosts Wednesday night for a
meeting of the Tillicum club. Quests
in addition to the regular members
of the club were Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
P. Graham, Mr. and Mrs. T. C.
Wheeler, Mr. and MrB. H. A. Miller
and Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Metcalf.
The January meeting of the
Ladies’ Aid society of the Metho
dist church will bo held Wednesday
afternoon at 2:30 o’clock at tho
church purlors. The hostesses are
Mrs. Harry Hart, Mrs. Cooley, Mrs.
Morgan and Mrs. Herbert • Breed
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Mrs. C. C. Cruson and Mrs. Nel-
ton Durham will be hostesses for
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club Thursday, January 25.
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honor of her husband’s sixtieth ■6*—-
All of the
children and the members of their
families were present. Mrs. Henry
Bennett presented Mr. Bennett with
Powell & Burkholder
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Jan. 16.—Mr. and Mrs. Phillips,
of London, visited
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Sunday at the
The Funk family motored to
tage Grove Saturday
Harry, Richard and Willis
man motored to Cottage Grove Sat
Lawrence Funk and Guy Vanati
visited Saturday night at Garmans.
Guy Vanati, Lawrence Funk,
Harry and Willis Garman were in
Cottage Grove Sunday.
Bonnie Perini went to Cottage
Bonnie Perini and Lester Groat
were Sunday evening visitors at the
Retta Labsch is back in school
this week, after an absence of sev-
Sovonth Day Adventist Church-
West Main street. Services every
Saturday. Sabbath school at 10,
church service at 11; prayer meet
ing Wednesday evenings at 7:30.
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Christian Church, the ‘ ‘ home like ’ ’
church—J. E. Carlson, minister. Bible
school at 9:45. Communion and ser
mon by pastor at 11, juniorchurch at
11, intermediate and senior Chris
(Special to The Sentinel.)
tian Endeavor at 6:30, evening wor
ship at 7:30. Sermon topic, Mat
Jan. 17.—Earl Neal and Donald
thew 11:28-30. Good singing.
Owen motored to the Grove Tues
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Baptist Church—Bov. H. B. Iler,
Mr. and Mr«. F. L. Orr, of Rogue
pastor. Services held regularly every River, who had been visiting at the
Lord’s day. Bunday school at 10, home of their nephew, Oral Sallee,
morning service at 11, B. Y. P. U. went to Portland Tuesday to visit
at 6:30, evening service at 7:30. Mrs. Orr’s sister.
Prayer meeting Thursday evenings
Mrs. Vernon Wicks, of Rujuda,
visited in Row River Tuesday with
her sisters-in-law, Mrs. Pearl Wicks
Christian Science Church—Corner and Mrs. Lois Wieks.
of Jefferson avenue and Second
Francis Wicks visited in Cottage
street. Sunday servicos at 11 a. m. Grove last week with his grandpar
Wednesday servicos at 7:30 p. m.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wicks.
Raymond Wicks, of Rujada, Bpent
U. OF O. ALUMNI ORGANIZE
Sunday with home folks.
TO SUPPORT ENDOWMENT
Mrs. James Spahr, Mrs. Miles
Pitcher and Mrs. Oral Sallee and
Lane county alumni and former daughter Marie mbtored to Cottage
students of the University organised Grove Tuesday.
7 a httle bo°k "ow being given away by us. It tells interestingly why “that tired dragged-out
Wednesday night in Eugene at a
meeting at the Osburn hotel to sup
Have you something you don’t
feeling, headaches and biliousness are but forerunners of more serious troubles, if we only knew
port the endowment campaign of want! A Sentinel wantad will find
it, as well as keepmg us but half fit for the strenuous life necessary for the success that should be ours.
tho university. Every graduate or someone who does want it.
former student was invited to the
It also tells how, by the scientific use of simple pure warm water this condition can be oer-
corrected and we can be one hundred per cent, every morning in the year.
On the committee in charge wore
Herald White, Mrs. Georgia Boney,
Medicine has no part in the result, over a million enlightened Americans have read thi.
Miss Myrtle Kem aud Herbert W.
book in the past few years, and are now del.ghted with the health they enjoy through
Notice is hereby given that the
Lombard. Mr. Lombard was chair
home practice which it recommends.
1 1 ,rouK" tne simple
man of the organization committee. undersigned administrator of the
Mr. White was chairman of the pro eatate of W. J. Bherinau, deceased,
gram committee and was also one has filed his final account in the
Aik us today, while you think of it, for this interesting book.
of a quartet which saug Oregon County Court of the 8tate of Ore
gon for Lane County, and the Judge
of said Court has fixed Monday,
Remember, it is free on request.
January 29th, 1923, at the hour of
SHORT COURSE APRIL 2 6 FOR
COMMERCIAL SECRETARIES 10:00 o 'dock a. m. of said day as
the time and the office of said
University of Oregon, Eugene, County Judge as the place for hear
The Rexall Store
Jan. 17.—The third annual short ing said aeoount, allowing and ap
course for commercial secretaries, proving the same and of hearing
which is held under the auspices of objections thereto, if any. AU per
the University of Oregon school of
business administration at Eugene, allowance and approval of said Fi
has been scheduled this year for nal Account are hereby notified
April 2 to 6. The course is for sec and required to make and file ob
retaries of state chambers of com jections thereto on or before the
merce and commercial clubs, and said date fixed for said hearing.
Dated this Sth day of January,
between 20 and 25 of these offi
cials are expected to enrol).
F. B. BHERMAN,
The course of study is concerned
Administrator of the «otate of
with the latest methods that have
W. J. Sherman, deceased.
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than himself replied to his tor
mentor: “Well, I figured she’d
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