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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1923)
COTTAGE GROVE SENTI NEL, FRIDAY, .1 CNE 1, 1923
Friday, J une 1—“Thelma,” starring
Jane Novak. And a comedy, “The Fire
Saturday, June 2—John Gilbert in
“The Love Gambler.” Ami a comedy,
“Young and Devilish.”
Sunday-Monday, June. 3-4—Rodolph
Valentino in “The Young Rajah.” And
a comedy, “Business Before Pleasure.”
Tuesday, June 5—('hades Ray in “Gas,
Oil and Water.” Ami a comedy.
Wednesday, J line 6—Jack Holt in
“While Satan Sleeps.” And a comedy.
Thursday, June 7—Gladys Walton in
“The Love Letter.” International News
ami Felix the ('at.
Friday, June 8—“i'lie Bond
with Richard Barthelmess. And a
COOK BY THE CLOCK
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FREE COOKING DEMONSTRATION
BY MISS GRACE BOGUE
SPECIAL SALE NOW ON
down putu the 3-19 B
WESTINGHOUSE AUTOMATIC RANGE
in your kitchen. This special sale not only offers re
duced prices, attractive payments, but al no presents a
flee aluminum cloverleaf cooking net of four pieces with
the sale of each range.
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO
OUR FREE COOKING DEMONSTRATION
Mountain States Power Company
“Cook by wire instead of fire’’
are Good íires
ROBABLY half the
motorists of America
ride on Fabric Tires.
By the hundreds of thou
sands they have stuck to
“Usco” year in and year out.
If there ever was a tested
qualifies—and to spare.
Made by the makers of
U. S. Royal Cords.
NELSONS SERVICE STATION
Cottage Grove, Oregon
Invitations have been received
here for the wedding of Edward J.
Irwin, Portland, and Miss Eva K uh -
sell, Eugene, in the Methodist
church in Eugcue on the evening
of June 14. Air. Irwin was for-
merly with Gray’s cash and curry
store here. The young couple will
reside in Portland.
A complete surprise to their muny
friends in this city and elsewhere
was the marriage of Harry H. Har
greaves and Miss Audrey Roberts,
members of the faculty of the Cot
tage Grove high school the past
year, Monday morning in Eugene.
The wedding was a very quiet af
: fair, the ceremony being performed
at the home of the officiating min-
1 ister, Bev. A. R. Spearow, and was
wituesNod by Mrs. W. J. Roberts
> anil Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roberts,
mother, brother and sister-in-law' of
< the bride, Miss Ruth Phelps and
Miss Myrtle Kein, of this city, and
John McGregor and Joe Skelton,
• fraternity brothers of Mr. Har-
, greaves. Both Mr. and Mrs. Har
■ greaves attended the Univedsity of
| Oregon. He was affiliated with
Alpha Tau Omega fraternity and
j she with Pi Beta Phi women’s fra-
j ternity. She had been a member of
i the teaching staff of the city
! schools the past year and he had
'served us principal two years. Mr.
and Mrs. Hargreaves left immedi-
! utely for Canada by automobile.
Mr. Hargreaves has been elected to
the principaiship of the Ontario
| high school for next year.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warner were
hosts Thursday night of last week
for an enjoyable
evening of danc-
ing. A color scheme of yellow was
curried out in the decorations of
Scotch broom and in the refresh
ments. Those who enjoyed the hos-
i pilnlity of the Warners were Mr.
land Mrs. Earl Arthur, Mr. and Airs.
! Curl Witte, Miss Kathurine Menden-
| hail, Miss Ruth Phelps, Alias Eu-
Miss Hazel Sw’unson,
Miss Beihel Gowdy, Miss Dorris
¡Hikes, Arch Proctor, Georg Bjorset,
[Cecil Caidwell, Ren Sanford, H. A.
i Hagen, Virgil Gowdy anti Charles
I Burkholder .11.
i id - visi; of Lowed, Gault and
• L'Uii.ti Pa. ¡on, o tic gave inc pro-
on thi opening nigiit of chau-
i .uuqua, wn.< i he occasion for local
people io . i'lneriaiH un c popular
! brothers, airs. S.
Lass well, who
. .i <i ¡»»v.iil of inc Pat tons
1 or years, having known them when
I .‘••he resided in Pwiland, invited
i i liem lo her ’ionic tor supper follow
ing i lie cuiiing performance. For
dinner, the three were guests at the
Elbert Bede home, additional guests
| lor the occasion being Miss Eiise
Price, Miss Crystal Robinson and
Miss Hazel Führer.
♦ 4> ♦
A trip to London springs, which
included a delightful
at the hotel, where refreshments
were served, was the pleasant sur
prise which Mrs. T. C. Wheeler had
fur LaComus club members Tuesday
afternoon. The guests were taken
to the springs by motor. No hint of
I he trip was given beforehand. Mrs
I). J. Scholl and Mrs. 8. V. Allison
•• r 4>
The Tuesday Evening Study club
held a called meeting Monday after
noon at the home of the president,
Mrs. B. R. «lob, at which Mis. Job
and Mrs, C. E. Umphrey, who were
delegates to the recent state con
vent ion of federated women’s clubs
in Medford, gave interesting re
ports of the convention. Both felt
that it hud been a worth while eon-
vent ion and that they had been
royally entertained by Medford and
Ashland people. ’I'lie club has dis
continued work for the summer but
will resume in September.
The birthday anniversary’ of Illi
Mason was celebrated Saturday af-
turnoon at the Mason home, a num
ber of friends of the little girl be
ing invited for tin* occasion. Those
present were Maxine Nelson, Al
berta Williams, Louise Wynne, Char-
lotte Cooper, Donna Bartell,
Scott, Alice Newcomb, Beth Bede,
Vesta Alstott and Jean Allison.
Miss Jessie Bemis, daughter of J.
W. Bemis, of this city, and James
R. Collier, of Eugene, were quietly
married in I Eugeni*
Saturday. I in
medintelv after the ceremony’ they’
hit tor a short wedding trip to
Portland, Seattle and Brilish Cilium-
Presbyterian Church—Rev. A. R.
■Spearow, pastor. Sunday school at
10, Men’s Forum nt 10, morning
hour at II, junior Endeavor ut 3,
• veiling serviie at 7:30. Rev. E. L.
Winterberger, of Eugene, will preach
both morning and evening.
• • •
9:45. Memorial Sunday service
11. Members of the G. A. B., W.
C., Spanish-American war veterans,
American Legion and auxiliary will |
attend the service in a body. Ep
worth league ut 7, evening service
at 8. The public is cordially in
vited to join in the services of th?
Christian Church, the “home like”
church—J. E. Carlson, minister.
Sunday is children’s day. We are
expecting a great bible school; come
and enjoy the hour with us. A chil
dren’s sermon by the pastor at 11.
Christian endeavor at 7. A program
by the children at 8. An offering
will be taken for foreign missions.
• • •
Seventh Day Adventist Church—
West Main street. Services every
Saturday. Sabbath school at 10,
church service at 11; praper meet
ing Wednesday evenings at 7:30.
These are outstanding features in the North
Pole Refrigerator. The provision chamber is
lined with snow white baked-011 enamel which
cannot chip to leave rough places for dirt to ,
Baptist Church—Rev. H. B. Her.
pastor. Services held regularly every
Lord’s day. Sunday school at 10,
morning service at 11, B. ~
Y. P. U.
at 6:30, evening service at 7:30.
Prayer meeting Thursday evenings
• • •
Christian Science Church—Corner
of Jefferson avenue and Second
street. Sunday services at 11 a. m.
Wednesday services at 7:30 p. in.
accumulate. The North Pole Refrigerator is
the acme in scientific refrigeration.
75 lb. ice capacity
90-lb. ice capacity
110-lb. ice capacity
Bring Children Up to Work.
My iduul of a boy is one who will
grow up and be able to support him
self and a wife and children To be
fit to be an American citizen he
hai got to preserve his self-respect
and conduct himself so ns to wrong
no one. Fatm-rs need the most
preaching. Frequently the mothers
who have had hard lives take the
Lbwi.se course in attempting to uen-
< iit iheir daughters ami sons by
Bringing them up free from hard
I nocKS. Next id ha.iliicss of heart
th. iK.ii least deaiiablc ij.uii.y is
soilness uf head, and tae mother
and fa Gier should not try io bring
<ip their child in Jiat way.
don’t get the right stuff o
iuoac children for .be next w
you don’t gut decent citiaens when
there mn 'i any war. Bring them
up to work, so that hey shall rec
oguize an obsiacie is not something
to be shirked, but to be over
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All under one roof
A man thinks he has a good wife
if she thinks he is about the finest
piece of male humanity that ever
In the story where they get mar
ried and live happy ever afterwards
the hero doesi^.’i marry a suffering
There is now talk of turning the
Philippines into a breeding ground
for noblemen for American heir
esses. Most any Filipino, even with
out a title, is the equal of the brand
of nobility that carries off Ameri
• • •
There is quite a difference be
tween a pessimist and an optimist,
especially when the two are
McLean Gains 18
Lbs. on Tanlac
Troubles Ended; Now Feels Fine
as in Younger Days. He
When John R. McLean, a cabinet
maker living nt 519 Maple Ave.,
Los Angeles, said: “Tanlac was
what 1 needed to put me in first
class working trim,” he corroborat
ed the statements of thousands of
others who have used the medicine
with the most gratifying results.
“Before taking Tanlac,” he ex
plained, “I had lost considerable
weight and was in a badly run down
condition. Every year, for five or
six years, 1 had been getting thin
ner and thinner and feeling more
and more run down.
“1 at last realized the importance
of getting something to stop my
decline and build me up and, as my
aunt had gotten such good results
from Tanlac, I turned to the treat
ment myself with the result that it
Ims added eighteen pounds to my
weight and made inc feel as good as
I ever did in my younger days.”
Tanlac is tor sale by all good
Accept no substitute.
Over 37 milliuu bottles sold.
♦ ♦ ♦
L. Cooper was hostess
Sat in day evening, honoring Mrs. E,
( . Shay, the occasion being Mis.
Shay ’s birthday anniversary. White
ruses and pansies decorated the at
tractive dinner table nt which eov
urs were laid for eight.
The home of Mr. mid Mrs. E. C.
Shay was (he scene of a pleasant
„ Sunday afternoon, when
Shay ’s birthday anniversary
Tanlac Vegetable I’ills are
[ was celebrated. Guests were Mr.
I and Mrs. Stacy M Russell, Mr. and fare’s own remedy for constipation.
' Mrs. Ranson Miller and sons Morri For sale everywhere.
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How you can get
the best oil
Alt motor oils look alike; but they’re
not. And poor oils cause most of your
motor troubles. Poor oils don’t lubri
cate as well; and usually cause hard
THE DISTILLED OIL
is just pure lubricant. It contains no “cylin
der stock.” Because it’s pure it reduces car
bon troubles, and after hundreds of miles
it retains its lubricating qualities. If you
could test Sunoco that’s been used 800
miles, comparing it with ordinary oil used for
the same distance, you’d see the difference.
Many mechanics can feel the difference.
We made careful tests to find the best
oil for your car—and every other car. We
There are six types of Sunoco—all
distilled. One of them is best for
your car. Ask any Sunoco dealer
for a booklet, “ What’s Happening
Inside Your Motor?” It will tell you a
number of facts you ought to know.
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