The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current, December 29, 1924, Page 3, Image 3

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PAGE THREE
Wayne Akers, of Oakland, Ore.,
Mrs. Curtis Barker and children, were married in Kelso, Wash., De­ r
and Mr. and M ts . C. A. Hood, of of West Fir, spent the week end cember 18, at the Methodist par- I
Portland, were house guests at the with Mr. ^Parker's parents, Mr. sonage. They
'
spent Christmas at
H. W. Titus home Christmas and and Mrs. C. M. Parker.
the home ■ of the bride’s parents,
I during the latter part of the week.
Two varmint dogs owned by Mr. and Mrs. D. L. England, ot
The New Year is almost here. Let one of your reso­
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Kurre and John Barker which were lost over a Dorena.
lutions be to get quality groceries at reasonable prices
I daughter Dorothy were also guests week ago, returned home yesterday.
♦ ♦ ♦
by buying them here. We resolve to do everything
at the Titus home Christmas. All of They had accompanied W. W. Mc­
Mrs. O. . H. McAllister entertained
possible to make your grocery shopping easy and
| the out-of -town guests returned Farland, Mr. Hiner and Pete Hayes j the D. I 8. club Tuesday at its
i to their home« yesterday except on a hunting trip to Lost valley I Christmas meeting. The room was
satisfactory.
| Mrs. E. J. Titus and Mrs. C. A. a week before. The dogs started attractively decorated with Yuletide
' Hood.
after a coyote and did not return. I trimmings and a large decorated
George W. West, of Portland, Searching parties had been out a tree was in one corner of the
*
Call that number whenever
The distribution of the
I who was visiting his brother-in-law, number of times duriug the week, room.
you have an item for publi­
| M. C. Bressler, returned home but without success.
gifts and the playing of games
cation. The Sentinel wants all
■ Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Allen re­ were the diversions for the evening
the news while it is news.
Fred
W.
Bressler
returned
Wed
­
turned
Saturday to their homo in | hours. Dainty refreshments were
If you know an item and don’t
dinner, with nil the trimmings, at
APPROACHING EVENTS
nesday
from
Salem,
where
he
had
Glendale,
after spending Christmas (served. Invited guests of the club T
tell it, it’s you fault if it is
the expense of the county.
wero E. Bloan, L. W. Hunt, R. C.
been
with
his
brother-in-law,
Mar-
here
with
Mrs.
Allen
’
s
parents,
not printed.
j Gleason, Robert Wiesert, .The Pre-
| ion DeLay, who was suffering with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mitchell.
Mrs. W. W. McFarland will en­
mazzi and A. Wynne.
Christmas Present Brings Injury.
I a serious ease of blood poisoning.
tertain the LaComus club tomorrow
Miss Ruth Straw, of Albany,
The 18
18-nionths
months old baby of Mr.
•$><»<$>
He is improving rapidly.
afternoon at its regular meeting.
who is teaching in Troy, Mont.,
and Mrs. Tom Miller is suffering
London Society.
Miss
Dorothy
Dahsen
♦
spent arrived Saturday for a few days ’
with painful burns on her right
Mertie Ewing, who was a Christ-
Mrs. A. C. Jewell, Mrs James
Christmas in Portland with her visit at the home of Mrs. Peter
arm caused by steam which escaped
mas present nine years ago to her
Nelson.
Rentle, Mrs. Lilly, Mrs. II. E. when the plug blew out of a toy
sister Mrs. William Francis.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ewing,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brumbaugh, gave a birthday anniversary party Short, Mrs. C. S. Roberts, Mrs. strain engine with which her broth­
i Rupert and Claude Coffman were
over from Marshfield to spend of The Dalles, spent Christmas Christmas aftornoon and evening. N. J. Nelson Jr., Mrs. K. K. Mills er Teddy was playing. The engine
i Christmas with their parents, Mr. with Mrs. Brumbaugh’s parents, Cake, candy and popcorn were and Mrs. Schofield Stewart will en­ was Teddy’s Christmas present.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Cox. Miss served. The guests were Virginia tertain the Tanglefoot club to-
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Markham, of . and Mrs. F. C. Coffman.
morrow evening at its last dance
Myrtle Point, spent Christmas at
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bradley, Frances Cox, another daughter, who Gore, Norman Lewis, Oscar and
Bookkeeping outfits.
The
<»------------------------------------- « the home of Mr. Markham’s sister, formerly in the service station busi- is teaching in McMinnville, also Dolly Newton, Clayton and Clifford of this series.
Sentinel.
I ness here, are now located in Fiori- spent Christmas with her parents Townsend, Claude Short ridge, Her­
Mrs. Clara Burkholder enter­ Mrs. J. R. Hendricks.
man, Norman and William Bach- 49 COUNTY PRISONERS ABE
tained Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Frost
A Miller milling machine has | da for the winter but write that and will remain until Sunday.
PROVIDED CHRISTMAS EATS
CARD OF THANKS.
Dan Parker returned today to elder, Fay Maxine, James, Hubert,
at Christmas dinner. Mrs. Lydia been installed in the Miller machine I they expect to spend next winter
Dunsmuir, Calif., after spending Velma and Mertie Ewing and Mr.
Stouffer and Miss Belle Burkhold­ shop, It arrived from tthe east j in Oregon.
Christmas is a day of stuff
We desire to express our heart­
er, of Corvallis, mother and daugh­ a few days ago.
W. E. Mayes has recovered from Christmas with his parents, Mr. and and Mrs. Roy Ewing.
ing and the Lane county jail was felt appreciation and thanks to
Mrs. C. M. Parker.
ter of Mrs. Burkholder, were also
Galloway, insurance, 511 Main. M I a severe case of hiccoughs, with
If you know what you want, use in that condition. It. housed 40 the many kind friends who so
guests and remained for the week
The R. E. Griswold family and
S. L. Godard has recovered from which he suffered for several days.
a
wautad to get it for you.
xxx prisoners, which was thought to generously stood by us in our
end.
Mrs.
Alice
Richmond,
of
Eugene,
Herbert Adams is spending a
an attack of influenza.
bo the record. Conditions wero so sorrow and recent bereavement,
and
the
A.
A.
Richmond
family,
of
Everett Woolley was here to
The L. W. Pethrs family spent week’s vacation in Portland. O. O. this city, were dinner guests Christ-
crowded that there wasn’t room during the sickness and death of
spend Christmas with his parents
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gilbertson is filling in at the desk mas at the E. W. Armes home.
for the Christmas tree which lmd our loved one.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Woolley.
at Hotel Bartell during Mr. Adam’s
Peters in Eugene.
M. H. ANDERSON,
Mr. Griswold returned to Eugene I n --------------------------------------------- n been planned. The prisoners were,
absence.
Beef and veal wanted. Bill T. E. Kirkland, newspaper man
Christmas d29p
N. W. WHITE and family.
Friday, Mrs. Griswold and cHildren WE SELL LATE MODEL, HIGH however, ireated
tí from Kirkland Wash., spent Christ­ Mrs. Sarah Harms left Friday remained until yesterday and Mrs. est grade typewriters at low
Bartels.
Mrs. Martha Woolley, of Spo- mas at the home of his brother, for Roseburg to visit her daughter, Richmond is yet here.
prices and on easy terms. Wo also
Miss Dessie Harms.
kane, Wash., spent Christmas i hese J. A. Kirkland.
handle all makes of adding ma­
George
Robinson
and
William
chines.
Every machine is thor­
with relatives, leaving from here
Pfeifer,
of
Portland,
arrived
Christ
­
Scholl
’
s
kryptoks
make
you
oughly rebuilt and guaranteed. Boy
(7
for Dunsmuir, Calif., to i spend
mas
eve
and
spent
the
remainder
”
machine
aud pay like rent.
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the remainder of the winter at the see.
of the week at the home of Mr. Royal Sales Co.. Inc., 500 Oregon
c. F. Conklin has collected the
homes of her son, Orrin Woolley,
tf-su(2)
Robinson’s mother, Mrs. M. V. Bldg., Portland, Ore.
and daughter, Mrs. George Gilcrist. bounty on a bobcat.
Is likely to be the best year Phillips.
FOB
SALE—FIFTEEN ACHES
Mrs. B. F. Conkrite, of Los Cottage
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Garoutte,
(¡rove has ever
Vernon Whipps, of Powers, is
river bottom land, $1500—$500
Frank Snodgrass and Mr. and Mrs. Angeles, spent Christmas with her known. May it be a Dros-
visiting hi" pare*it», Mr. and M«« cash. Four roomed cottage, orch
Ed Ferguson were Christmas dinner parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Alien,
perous and happy one for Finley Whipps.
ard. One mile from Dorena high
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel and with her two daughters, Mazie
you is our sineere wish.
Mrs. Lillie Hathaway and Miss school—Seven miles from city, on
and Emo, who made their home
Ferguson.
*
Rose brand bread will help Arta Gibson, of Eugene,- spent Bow river road. C. L. Camp­
Dr. Hagen will cure your goiter. here with their grandparents. Mrs.
make you happy.
Christmas with Mrs. Frances Gray, bell.
n24-jlp(2j
Conkrite, with her two daughters,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Matthews
sister of the former and an aunt
left Friday for Los Angeles, where
FOB BETURN
OF
and son Thomas and Mr. and Mrs.
of the latter. Mrs. Hathaway and REWARD
they will join Mr. Conkrit-i ami
brown leather suit case with a
Alfred Matthews, of Portland,
Miss Gibson recently returned from
with him will leave for New
spent Christmas day at the home York city to make their home.
Autln Lindsey, Proprietor. a three months' visit to their old man’s belt around it. Was lost
II home in Illinois.
Saturday, December 20, near
the
of George Matthews, son of Mr.
Beautiful silverware at Menden
south entrance of the city. Leave
and Mrs. Charles Matthews and
i
Stewart Mitchell, who is em­ it at the Union Oil station for
hall’s Store.
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Wendall McCargar, from Kelso,
brother of Alfred.
William Ward and sons, Kenneth Wash., spent Christmas at the home ployed at Roseburg, and Miss Betty reward.
d22-jlp(2.'
and Dalton, spent Christmas in of his mother, Mrs. Mary McCar­ Fitzgerald, of Rogue River, spent
Christmas
here
with
Mr.
Mitchell
’
s
FOB
SALE
—
SLIGHTLY
USED
Eugene at the home of Mr. Ward’s gar.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
piano, violin and mandolin. Terms
mother.
The Robert Stampley family and Mitchell.
very reasonable. Mrs. Clara Burk­
Rex McFarland, son of Mr. and I. B. Morris Jr. motored up front
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Johnson have holder, 225 north Lane lit., phone
rs. Frank McFarland, who has Klamath Falls Tuesday and spent
d22-29p(2)
returned from Aberdeen, Wash., 118-J.
len suffering witl\ a nervous Christmas at the home of Mr. and
where
they
spent
Christmas
with
trouble, is recovering satisfactorily. Mrs. I. B. Morris, parents of Mrs.
OLD BAGS WANTED—NOTHING
Stampley and Mr. Morris.
Mr. their children. Mr. and Mrs. Leo
less than 2 feet squaro. Must bo
Scholl is your home optom­ and
Johnson,
who
also
spent
Christmas
clean and of matorial that will ab
Mrs. Ed Skilling and baby son,
(tn)
etrist.
there,
will
return
tomorrow.
sorb gasoline; old underclothing,
of Eugene, were also Christmas
Harry Grube was called to San guests at the Morris home. Mrs.
flannels and the like preferred. Can
not use old socks, mercerized or
Jose, Calif., December 21 on account Skilling is a granddaughter.
hard surfnee goods or small pieces
of the death of a cousin, He is
I
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Chamberlain,
of
any kind. Wo want the best rags
expected home tomorrow.
«>■
Of Bogue River, spent Christmas
and pay the best price, 6 cents the
Charles Robison sustained
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Godard ob­ pound.
id. The Sentinel
SeutineL
tf
with Mrs. Chamberlain’s parents,
ture of the right arm Friday while Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Linebaugh.
served their fifty-ninth wedding
carols nt Strut ford-On-Avon, Eng-
GUARANTEED HOSIERY, 8AM
cranking a car at the Woodson
their
musical lafcd—the birthplace of Shako­
Mrs. Bosa Currin returned Sun­ anniversary Christmas day at the
pies your size free to agents. happiness
Brothers garage where he is em­
home of their son, 8. L. Godard, Write for proposition paying $75 voices.
singing Christmas speare.
May 1925 be a happy and ployed. He was off the job for day from spending Christmas in Mr. and Mrs. Godard were married weekly
full time, $1.50 an hour
prosperous one for you, is two days but was able to be back Roseburg at tho home of her daugh­ December 25, 1865, in Fort Wayne, spare
time, selling guaranteed ho­
ter, Mrs. Vernon Fields.
our sineere wish for all. today.
Ind.
They resided in Indiana, siery to wearer; must wear or
Our resolution is to make
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Childs spent Iowa and Nebraska before coming replaced, free. Quick sales, repeat
Galloway writes insurance.
Faultless Bread and Fault­
International
Stocking
Christmas with relative» in Med- to Cottage Grove in 1910.
Mr. orders.
Miss
Margaret
Galloway
returned
nlOj 1 lc2
less broduets better and
ford, returning home yesterday, Godard was 84 November 11 and mills, 6234, Norriaton, Pa.
last evening from Eugene, where They made the trip with Heston
more popular than ever.
Mrs.
Godard
was
77
August
21.
LOST
—
KEY
RING
WITH
8EV-
she is employed in a real estate Baimbridge.
Thero are seven children living,
oral keys. Please return to J. Q.
office, after spending Christmas
i!2»p
H. L. Godard, Brush, Colo.,; Mrs. Willits. ’
and the remainder of tho week ir
E. R. Spencer, anil Mrs. Grace
here with her parents, M r. and
FOR
RETURN OF
VanBoskirk, of Eugene; Mrs. Mabel REWARD
—patronize those who adver­
Mrs. Homer Galloway.
lady’s black purse, lost Wednes­
Atkinson,
Pawnee
City,
Neb.;
Mrs.
tise,
because
by
advertising
Sanders, Prop.
11
The Jackson F. Godard family,
Contained
Ji n
Ruth Agnew, Wheatland, Wyo.; day on Main street.
they show that they
of Beaverton, arrived last evening
S. L. Godard, of this city; and about $35, gold locket, registered
are
live
business
men.
for a few days’ visit at the home
letters and receipts. Helen Handers,
J. F. Godard, Beaverton.
Elmer Neet and Miss Myrtle
of Mr. Godard’s parents, Mr. and
Dorona. Finder may leave at Hen
—-which means that
N ♦ ♦
Potts spent Christmas day in
Mrs. H. R. Godard. They expect
<l29p
Sk' they turn over their
A family reunion was held Christ- tinel office.
Springfield at the home of Mr.
to return home Wednesday.
stocks rapidly.
mas day at the home of Mr. nnd WANTED—TWO OR 3-ROOM FUR
Neet’s parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Proctor, new­
Mrs. James Allen. Their daughters,
nished apartment.
Call
Mr.
—and always have new goods
Starr fixes watches right. tf2 lyweds, were Christmas dinner
Mrs. Sneed, of Springfield, and Lawton, phone 88.
<129p
on
their
shelves.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Shinn, of guests at the F. C. Houser home.
Mrs. E. \C. Dye, of Portland, with
Portland, arrived Wednesday to
their husbands and children, were LOST—STERLING SILVER BAR
Fred Gray, of Washington, ar-
1=
—
visit at the home of Mrs. Shinn's rived last week for a few days ’
Another daughter, M rs.
present.
pin set with brilliants.
Lost
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Kem. visit at the V. O. Huff home.
B. F. Conkrite, of Los Angeles, Friday afternoon on Main street
Delbert L. Bennett, of W’endling,
Raymond and Louis Rinard, of bought an Overland touring Satur­ was here with her two sons, and between J. C. Penney stgre anil
Mr. and Mrs. James Potts and
Tom and Jesse Allen, with their tho postoffice. Phone 169 Y.
<129c
Cjpistina»
son Ray and Hal Hunnicutt aud Sacramento, spent the
day from N. J. Nelson Jr.
families, of this city, were also
Jerry Wilkinson, tthe latter two holidays at the home of their
FOR HALE—HIGH GRADE J EH
Leslie Hull has bought a Dodge
of Eugene, were Christmas guests parents, Mr. and Mr«. B. F. coupe from the Billy Hall Service present.
sey heifer in milk.
Mrs. M.
James Rinard, another
at the G. W. McQueen home. Mr. Rinard.
station.
Charles Whipps, son of Mr anil Nordstrom, two miles east of city
Hunnicutt remained until Saturday. son, who has been with the U. 8.
on
Row
river
road,
phone
Navy and stationed at San Diego, I Mrs. O. M. Miller left this morn­ Mrs. Finley Whipps, of this city,
<!29p
Ray Nelson, auto electrician. has been discharged and was also ing for Portland on a business and Miss Evelyn Stillwell, of Tilla­ 29 F 4.
trip.
mook,
were
married
Tuesday,
De
­
Ninth and Main streets.
LOST—GRAY GAITER, PRACTI
here for Christmas.
Miss Kathleen Kem, of Portland,
cally new. Lost Saturday morn
Miss Katharine Mendenhall is cember 23, at the home of the bride
Miss Wilma White, a student at
The couple came ing in front of City Bakery. Leave
spent Christmas with her parents, Beed College, Portland, and Noble, attending the Oregon State Teach­ in Tillamook.
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Keni, anil will W. White, of Seattle, spent Christ- I ers’ association convention in Port­ here immediately after the cere­ at Forward’s furniture store, next
mony and are visiting Mr. Whipps’ to bridge.
<l29p
remains until after New Year’s.
mas at the home of their parents, j land as a delegate from Lane
parents.
county.
FOR BALE—FORD TRUCK IN
Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Hazen and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. White. Noble .
♦ ♦ ♦
A No. 1 condition, 1923 model,
son Orville, John Graber and Miss White returned to Seattle Saturday ‘ Jack Beager will leave Friday
A quaint Christtnns custom in
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Frank
McFarland
Ruth Bede were dinner guests but Miss White will remain until , for Corvallis to attend Oregon entertained yesterday at dinner in four speed transmission, only $200. Switzerland. Twelve selected men
Agricultural college.
W. Watkins, north Eighth —wearing white suits, bright rod
Christmas eve at the A. E. Ham- Saturday.
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Proc- _
d29 jlp neckties and freakish headgear and
loth home.
Mrs. E. J. Titus and Mrs. 8. M. ■ Mrs. Ore Read Heinen way, who tor, newlyweds.
The table was street.
Pr. Hagen will cure your goiter. Titus, of Eugene, Mr. and Mrs. ■ is teaching this year in the Spring­ very attractive with its centerpiece TAKEN UP—YEARLING HEIFER
field schools, arrived Wednesday of mistletoe, artistically mixed
eame to my place a month ago.
to spend the Christmas holidays with Christmas cactus.
Mr. and ; Owner may have same by proving
r-
here with her family.
Mrs. Herman Edwards were »'so property and paying charges. Henry
I Rime, phone 19F25.
d29p
Hardin Perkins^ of Eugene, was guests.
♦ ♦ ♦
a week-end guest at the home of
WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM
Nearly 50 members of the Stone-
his aunt, Mrs. Amelia Currin.
someone who will cut and sew
burg families held their Christmas
earpet rags, phone 134-L. rl29jle(2)
Miss Margaret Hemenway, a stu­
dinner in the W. O. W. hall. The
dent at the Eugene Bible univer­
afternoon hours were spent socially ‘CARPENTERING AND HOUSE
The Enrollment Dates for the Winter Term
sity, is spending her holidays at
repairing. Small jobs a specialty.
and the playing of cards was the
at the Eugene Business College.
the home of her parents, Mr. and
diversion for the evening hours. Have a Stevens six touring car
Mrs. W. A. Hemenway.
Mrs. Carrie Hemenway m a guest which I will trade for a vacant
of our students arc making good in the
Mrs. Ixmise Seholtz left today during the evening.
lot. W. C. Monroe, 145 north I
for Veneta to visit at the Lloyd
•orld
and you can do the same. Ask us
street.
d2I)jSp'2)
♦ ♦ ♦
Butler home.
<1 we will be more than glad to tell you how.
Ten young married couple« held
FOLKS! PURE WHOLE
Mr. end Mrs. Thomas Richmond, a dance Saturday evening in Phil- LISTEN
Jersey milk can be bought at
of Gardiner, were guests Christmas lipn hall,
Dainty refreshments
People’« Meat Market for only 10e
eVe at the Vietor Kem home.
were served at the Elite at the
| a quart. Milk is from T. B. tested
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shaw re­ elone of the evening.
<l29jflp(J)
, cow«.
A. K. Roberta, President
♦ ♦ ♦
turned Friday to their home in
TO LET—FURNISH ED HOUSE
Dorena Society.
992 W Ulani et te St.
Ilione 666
Eugene, Oregon.
Albany, after spending Christmas
Ora Kirk, formerly a resident of i keeping rooms, 356 Adams ave­
with Mrs. Shaw's parents, Mr. and
<’«'?
Dorena, and James L. Sherwood nue.
Mrs. H. C. Mitchell.
1925
159-J
Is Our Number
McQueen’s Grocery
SENTINEL
Tales vf the Town
WANTADS
I
1925
CITY BAKERY
SOCIETY
SWITZ ERI AND
The Cottage Grove
Electric Bakery
G. A.
Knowles & Graber
Dates to Remember:
Monday, Dec. 29, or Monday, Jan. 9
H ardware
EUGENE BUSINESS COLLEGE
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