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Friday. December 15, 1922
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human body comes
within the beneficial
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general rundown con
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sources in your nerv-
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DR. H. W.BEAL
I Girls Fern Hayes, field; Helen
Olmstead, field; Eleanor Calbreath,
guard; Winnie Myers, guard; Ruth
Merrill and Ellen Mitchell centers.
Substitutes Smiley for Stapleton
and Moore for Burright.
City High School
FALLS CITY DEFEATED
Independence met Fall City on her
own floor in two games last Friday
night The score in the boys' game
was 35-9, and in the game played by
the girls the result was 20-11. In the
boys' game there was little opposition,
and the home team played a consist
ently good game. The floor there is
a handicap to both teams in every
game played. In the game played
by the girls the opposition was bet
ter organized, and at the end of the
first half, Falls City lead with a score
of 10-9. The Independence girls were
thoroughly chilled by the long drive,
and had had no opportunity to get
warm. In the second half, however,
they came back with better team
work, and held their opponents to
only one point The line ups for the
two games were as follows:
Boys Manley Burright, field; Karl
Byers, field; Jim Stapleton, center;
Verne McGowan, guard; Floyd Blaser,
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
I One new student, Robert Bevier,
Freshmen, has been added to the
high school enrollment. The Bovier
family, now residing v 4th street,
came from Nebraska.
! Addie Gobat of Suver was absent
' last week on account of illness.
The senior class is starting work
Ion the play "A Pair of Spectacles."
This three-act comedy will be pre
sented soon after the holidays.
Miss Levy, music instructor, has
been unable to meet her clusses for
the past two weeks, on account of
The manager of the high school
basket ball team reports the ar
rangement of a game with Rogue
River high school for Friday, Decem
ber 22. This game will be played on
the home floor.
The classes of Thomas Vannice
have been taught by M. H. Peugra
during the last week. On account of
the quarterly examinations, the O. A.
C. students have not been able to act
The long needed stretch of sidewalk
between the main building and the
gymnasium has finally been con
structed. Ben Johnson and assistants
did the work.
NEWS EVENTS AT
NEWS IN BRIEF FORM
Willis Allen and family of Falls
City psent Sunday with his brother,
Elmer 'and wife.
The music department of the Nor
mal school announces the annual
Christmas concert, to be given by
the girls' glee club and the men's
quartet in the chapel on Thursday
evening, December 21, nt 8: to. The
concert is to consist of sacred Christ
mas music and will include numbers
by the glee club, a mixed quartet,
triple trio, men's quartet and sulo
j numbers. Admission is free and the
townspeople are cordially invited to
H. J. llockenbury of Portland, an
old friend of President Landers, visi
ted the school last week, and addres
sed the students at the chapel hour on
On Friday morning at the chapel
period, Richard Montague of Portland
discussed the troubled condition of
world affairs, and presented in a
most interesting way the theory that
the trouble arises from the fact that
the mental and spiritual advancement
of mankind has not kept pace with
the material advancement.
The student body will give its usual
Christmas dancing party on Saturday
evening, December 16. Local friends
on the Normal's social list are cor
dially welcome to this party.
"The" Vespertines gave an excellent
program in the chapel last Friday
evening. The program was a well
rounded one, consisting of a one-act
play, dances, and several musical
The motion picture called "The Old
I Homestead" will be shown in the
I chapel on Friday evening, December
j 15. .This is an expensive film, which
has been highly praised by all who!
have seen it.
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saving teSS22SSaS5m stores J
Sfcaggs "Everyday Prices"
No, 5 4 tbs. 2 oz
No. 10 8 lbs. 10 oz.
PURE CANE SUGAR
EASTERN POP CORN
Guaranteed to pop, 3 lbs.
NEW PACK CLAMS
A high quality Cane and
Maple, 10 lb. can $1.49
10 tall cans
Richard Osborne and family
visiting Mrs. Osborne's parents,
and Mrs. Lee of Springfield.
C. C. Yeater of Monmouth was a
guest of his brother John last week
James Goodman of Nehalem was
a last weekend guest of
Fred Hill of Monmouth was a end in Corvallis.
caller at the Herman Wunder home Ivan Loughary was a business visi
the fore part of the week. tor in Independence Tuesday.
Prof. Beattie of 0. N. S. visited our
A. E. Tetherow attended the school j
Remember "The Sweetest Spot in Salem
relatives 1 Hirfvtnt-a' mwMnir in Hlillm Saturday.
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Prof. A. Denman spent the week-
Owing to the many quantity orders received for Christmas Candy we would
suggest that all those wanting to buy. in quantity, place their orders this
Phone 478 Sa,em 0rcBon
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cody were shop
ping in Monmouth Monday.
W. W. Newton was
a trader in
What are you going to give your
husband for Christmas? Let us sug
gest a dozen nice alarm clocks.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Tetherow were
shopping in Salem Monday.
Visitors at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. G. B. Jones Sunday were Mr.
and Mrs. Levi Oleman, Misses Flor-
ner guests Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. Emma Haggard in Monmouth.
A very enjoyable party was given
Friday night at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. T. R. Crook. Despite the storm
about 45 iruests were present. (James
ence Enchede, Dolly Lawrence, Helen were played and refreshments served
Maxwell, Huggerth and Penington. at a late hour.
M. and Mrs C. C. Marks were din- An all-day Farmers Union meeting
uill l, K.-t.i nt the a.hoo wuh Sut- Unemployment la decremurif x-
urday, December 10. A good program i cept among thone who have job.
being prepared. H. 1. !' f 1 1
America Chrintmn aving club
saved SlHO.OW.OOO. Christmas crd.
however, rc going to save more.
Gaston will be the principal speaker.
Delegates to the btute Farmer'
Union convention at Lebanon Decem
ber 21-22-23 from thi vicinity are
K. A. Tedrow, Levi Ulemaii and Mm.
G. I!. Jones.
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HE LARGEST and best selected stock of gifts in the history of our store, which makes Xmas thopping
easy. .Gifts for each member of your family and your friends. Items too great to enumerate, some of
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which are: Victrola and Victor records, ivoaaics ana supplies, l uummu ens, t.Ycrimrp i entm, uuum
of every kind, Gift Stationery, Leather Goods in a great variety, Kodak Albums, Book Ends, Deco
rated Candles, Candies of all kinds, Greeting Cards, Labels, Stickers, Enclosure Cards, Tissue and
Holly Paper, Decorated Papers, Dolls of every description, Games, Doll Carriages, Trains, Animals,
and toys of all kinds.
VUiiveiiiciiv. t .im
The Lever Fst
of the family