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MHLUI VAJLLBY HJfflWtt, OOQCf
^“ritlow, o.„ <4 points; Fredenberg, g ;
A large crew ha* been working on
Miss Marguerite Sunstrup arrived
MYRTLE POINT ITEMS
The Sunday school Christmas pro Rackleff, g., a points; total score. 32.
home Saturday and will spend the
gram was given Sunday morning Langlois-Sabin, f., 4 points; Cad- .he new church this week, pouring
he cement in the forms for the base
holidays with.her parents, Mr. and
with a treat for each child at the end. roan, f„ 4 points; Brown, c.; Thon-
home the last of the week from Walla
Mrs. A. M. Sunstrup.
The numbers were: recitation, “Mer
g.; Cassy, g„ * points; total 15
Wal acc Carl returned from Cor
Mrs. Theodore Hillyer, of San
ry Christmas, " by Dade May Wo points.
vallis Thursday evening to spend the several week* at 'the home of her Diego, came last week to be with her
mack; duet, “Away in a Manger,’’ by
The game was *11 in Arago's favor, holidays with his parents. Mr and uncle, W. H. Bunch.
mother, Mrs. Olive Shull, who has
Lillaverle Myers and Glenda Stew with the guards holding the Langlois
Mr, Weaver and two sons, lister
Mrs. Jolin Carl.
been quite ill but is now slowly im
ard; recitation, “At Christ™», " by foi-wards to a low score.
Rev. W. Raymond Wilder, of Co- und Isaac, of Myrtle Creek, were proving.
Glenda Jean Lillie; quartette, “Star Langlois Scored all of their point* on
luille, conducted the morning church
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Woodsite, of í •?...._
of the East,’’ Annie Deardorff, Mary accurate long shots. This to the first service at Arago. The congregation turning home in the afternoon. Miss
Honolulu, visited friends in Myrtle
and Jean Watkins, Leaths Munford; Langlois basketball team for several was favored with a solo, “No Room Gwendolyn Weaver, teacher at Twin
Point last week.
recitation, “Christmas Carol»,” John years and they will provide competi m the Inn.” just before his sermon Oaks school, returned with them to
A. G. Thompscon returned to Ms
Paul Root; song, “Christmas Bells,’’ tion before the season’s end.
which was from the same text. The spend the holidays.
home in southern California, after a
Verle and Dade May Hammac^,
The young ladies’ Sunday school evangelistic message in the Christmas
Miss Priscilla Deyoe arrived home week’s visit in Myrtle Point.
Jackie Farrier, Barbara and Jimmy class entertained their mother* or story was brought out. Rev. W. A. Saturday from Lakeside and will •
Freeman; recitation, “Loving and proxy mothers with a program and Stevens, of Coquille, will preach Sun spend the holidays at the home of
Oh in*“ by Pamela Evans; “Silent tea at the home of their teacher, Mrs. day morning, Dec. 27.
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. De
Many unforeseen queries arise at
Miss Marjorie Van Atotein, who to
Night,” by njen’s chorus of sixteen Lawrence Rackleff, on Saturday af
The ladies of the Arago church held yoe.
a moment of death. Many are of
Mrs. George Mullen submitted to studying music in Portland, came a nature which one hesitate* to
ternoon. A varied program of stunts a sale of handwork at the Arago store
There will be no preaching service and music was presented by the ¡|rto on Friday, selling most of their stock a major operation at the Mast hospi
discuss with even most intimate
at Arago on Sunday evening, Decem with refreshment* of salad, rnnel on hand A nice sum was cleared for tal Friday morning. Her daughter, with her parents and brother, Mr. friends—problems of costs, plans,
Mrs. Harold Leep, of Roseburg, to
ber 27, but there will be Christian cake and tea served at beautifully the new church.
customs and so forth. Methods of
Endeavor, led by Mrs. Oluf Aasen, decorated tables following.
Mrs. Ernest Boek and Melvin Boek
payment for the essential services
Clyde Puett, who had been em
Burr Monrad, student at the Uni
Christmas trees marked each place visited Mr*. Martha McNair Sunday
followed by a musical program.
arrive as questions. It to at such a
Those afternoon, returning to their home in versity of'Oregon, arrived the last
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and and a gift for each mother.
time, upon such matters, that our
oí the week and will spend the holi came home Thursday and Saturday advice will prove most helpful.
Mrs. Lyle Pauli were, Mr. and Mrs. enjoying the happy afternoon Were, Bandon in the evening.
Ike Miller and son, Harold, of Myrtle Mrs. Nile Miller and Gladys, Mrs.
R. C. Parker to able to be out again day vacation at the home of his moth
Mrs. R. A. Puett, left to spend two or
Point; Mr. and Mrs. Nile Miller and Oluf Aasen, Leatha Munford, Mrs. S. after a serious illness of several er, Mrs. R. L. Tucker.
The Myrtle Point schools closeo three months in California. The La
Gladys, Mr. and Mrs. Orvus Miller C. McAllister, Annie Deardorff, Mrs. weeks.
bart family to occupying the Puett
i » . and children. The Orvus Miller fam Reginald Menegat, Esther Davidson,
Shelby McAllister spent the week-, Dec. 23 for the holiday vacation. They
• home during their absence.
ily remained overnight, returning to Mr*. John Cart, Mr*. Earl Cross, Mrs. end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. . will reopen Jan. 4.
Miss Dorothy Hooton came Tues
Mias Paula Breuer, who to attend
Melden Carl, Mrs. Frank Burbank, S. C. McAllister, returning to Catch
their home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jones and family Mrs. C. S. Webb, Mary Watkins, Mr*. ing Inlet Sunday afternoon..
with home folk*.
Miss Lavaun Aasen arrived Friday f the week and will spend her vacation
spent Sunday evening visiting Mr. Ernest Watkins, Jean Watkins. Mrs,
Evelyn Morrison, who has been ill ■*—wen*
and Mrs Nile Miller. They all at Lawrence Rackleff, Anne Watkins evening from Booth, where she to i at the home of her parent*. Mr. and
flu for several days, to able to
herd home Saturday.
tended the Christmas program in and Maxine Rackleff served the tea. teaching this winter. She will spend I Mrs. Paul Breuer.
be out again.
the holidays visiting her parents, Mr.
Myrtle Point at the Brethren church
Edwin Crowley went to Coquille
Mr, and Mr*. Gottlieb B. Schmid,
Tuesday from Eugene and will spend
Arago met at the home of Charles and Mrs. L, M. Aasen.
He brought Jessie and
Keith Kribbs drove to Corvallis i the holidays here and in CoquHle.
Robert Dean home with him. They
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Miller and Webb Saturday night tor a white ele
Miss Betty Ross left Thursday for vice here Monday night, left Tuesday returned Sunday.
daughters, Colleen and Maxine, are phant Christmas party. Much hi Friday morning and attended the O.
to spend the Christmas season with
Lila Mae Laird came home from
expected to arrive on Wednesday to larity was caused by the exchange of S. C basketbail game. He visited at Medford, where she will make her
relative* at Willamina.
the C. E. Schroeder home until Sun
the hospital Thursday but to stiU con
spend the holidays with relatives.
“The Log of 1936” to the topic for
She has bejp making her
fined to her bed.
Friday evening brought three bas hour. Stephen Aasen was in charge day afternoon when he returned to I Peck.
Christmas Endeavor Sunday evening,
Marie Clinton, of Gravel Ford, is
ketball games to Arago fans.
and Mis* Lou Hooton will have
The Arago grades gave a Christ the past two year*.
staying at the Ivan Laird home doing
Myrtle Point junior high team played orangeade, cocoanut cakes and sand
The last meeting of Elgin chapter, charge of the service. Visitors will the bookkeeping for the L. B. L. com
Arago second string, Bandon Inde wiches were served to Tim and mas program in the gymnasium
for 1936 was held Thursday be very welcome.
Tuesday evening which was enjoyed
pendents played Arago Independents
Mis Helen Lowers, of Coquille, wss
Milton Hammack, Gladys by a capacity crowd. A yaried pro evening at the Masonic Temple. Af
Ernest Krewson was able to come
and Langlois high school played Carl,
a Tuesday guest at the Dwight Cul
home from the hospital Sunday.
Arago high school. Arago won all Miller, Annie Deardorff, Leatha gram of recitation* by the primary ter the business meeting a group of ver home.
Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Shepherd and
three games. The high school statis Munford, Stephen Aasen, Alvin Fred children, a pretty play which includ past matrons honored the retiring
The Henry Nixon family ha* moved
tics were: Arago—Hammack, f. 8 enberg, Mary, Jean and Anne Wat ed the singing of many Christmas matron, Karama Greene, with a floral onto the Booher place, where the La baby, of Dora, visited at the Harold
points; Ivan Robison, f., 14 points; kins, Maxine and Ellis Rackleff, Ber carols and finally a primary play degree. She was presented with a barts had been living for the past Shqpherd home Friday evening.
nice Gillespie, Gerald Woodward, with Santa Claus in'person entitled past matron pin and a basket of
J. D. Laird to having his kitchen re
Clyde Lillie, Esther Davidson, Cha*. “Santa Goes on a Strike,” and the flowers. Those taking part in the de few month*.
modeled, a new floor put In and new
Nadine Ellis, Lou Hooton and
singing of “Away in a Manger” by a1 tree service were Helen Pancoast,
cupboard*. Chas, and Mike Oberman
primary group closed the well-plan- Emma Moller, Metta Rosslow, Marit Glenn Hutton attended the Myrtle C. CT JolM a. wort.
THE MELODY* PACKED
held *t the home Of Mr*. Oluf Aaten ned evening. MHs Allee Scott to the i' Lundy, Estelle Chase, Eugenia De E. Union meeting in Coquille Sunday
with her father, Rev. Adolph Haber- teacher of the primary room and Mrs. ment, Ada Lemon, and Flentge Per- afternoon. Mae Hatcher, of Myrtle
leading the discussion.
Those Winnifred Ray is the teacher of the > kins. Mrs. Greene honored her of Point, attended the meeting with
OF ALL TIME!
ficers at a lunchen, presenting each them, and came to Bridge for an'
present were Mr. and Mr*. S. C. Mc upper grades.
with a potted plant.
The hall was overnight visit at the Ellis home.
Stan I Girl» I
Allister and Mary Jean, Mrs Robert
There was a torje and appreciative
Munford, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wat
Col» Porter hit *
New Arrivals at County Jail
Audience at the school auditorium
tun»»l It ha»^
Ray Mile* Crockett was brought
About 160 attended the annual Tuesday evening for the lovely
Mrs. David Root and John Paul, Mrs.
over from Marshfield Friday to serve
father and son banquet of the Myrtle 'hrtotmas program, which consisted
Oluf Aasen and Mr. Haberly.
out a *50 fine imposed in Justice of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Root drove to Peace court for possession at deer Point chapter of Future Farmers oi ?f the following numbers:
America at the high school auditori
Myrtle Creek Sunday where they met
meat. He pleaded guilty to that but
um Thursday evening.
The main Bells on Christmas.Day," by the com
not guilty to that of operating a line
munity chorus; a'beautiful pageant,
speaker of the evening was Dr. H. D.
Woodward, who came up from Los
of traps, above Allegany, without a
Scbudder, professor at farm manage Christmas Night,” by the school;
Angeles. Miss Ruth will spend the
license. Bail on that charge was set
duet, “Star of the East*’ by Mrs. Al .
ment at Oregon, State College.
holidays at Arago and her mother, at *190.
, , '■
Mr. and Mrs. H. E.. Whitaker are bert Pancoast and Mrs. Ray L. Beck
who has been vigRjng her this fall,
Ed-teaefi T«*h*ld in th* county jail
the parents of a son born at tHe Mast ett. and “Whispering Hope,” in re
will remain at her home in Arago.
under *1000 set by Justice Bott at
This to sponse to an encore
Mrs Jess Damron and Mrs. Sam Marshfield on a sodomy charge. Max hospital Thursday night.
Santa Claus was stationed in the
Damron drove to Bandon Wednesday, Ginter, witness in the case, to held in their first child.
hall, with a box of candy and a candy
where they enjoyed a turkey dinner lieu of *500 bonds.
fortuna to bfeak the little finger on cane for each child present.
and gift exchange at the home of Mr*.
program was. sponsored by the school,
John Damron. Nineteen ladies, most
Body and fender repair work done
church, Grange and Civic dub, each
of them worker* in the M. E. Ladies by experienced mechanics. Our body inner door of the safe, at the E. C
organization sharing in the work and
Aid at Bandon and all of them friend* uainter to an expert. T«et us prove Barker jewelry store.
expense. Much credit to due the
of many year* standing, enjoyed the we have the best of repair service.
Willamette university, to spending his committee, the teacher* and pupils,
^Hithwestem Motor Co. t
vacation at the home of his mother, and all who helped in making the
evening the splendid success that it
Mrs. Mabel Barklow.
The Dwight Culver family left
Saturday for Jerome, Idaho, to spend
Wednesday morning to spend Christ
the holidays with relatives.
Mrs. H. A. Schroeder'has been con mas with Mrs. Culver’s sister, Mr*. N.
fined to her home this week with ill W. Perkins, at Candy.
, Mr. and Mrs. Orjie Farmer and
moved this week to Fair
Aír and Mrs. Lee Ray had as their
guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Mood
Eckley, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford* Alito, property.
SHIP FASTER |
& SAVE MONI V ■
Effective Dec. 17- Jan. 1
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of t*ortland, Mrs. Grady Johnson
18-day retara limit
and son, of Powers, and their own
• GREYHOUND'S frequent
sons, Callie and Wayne.
The school children under the able
schedules sre ss ceovsnieat '
Mr. and Mr*. Joe Mast, who were direction of Miss Emma Lou Watson
•* driviag your own car....
hurt.in a car accident last Sunday presented a Christmas musical play.
No driving worries.... Warm
while returning home from Roseburg, “The Girl Who Had No Birthday,** to
comfort »bl* easy riding coaches
are in a more serious condition than a large and appreciative audiences at
... Beit driver* on the road.
at first supposed. Mr. Mast ha* a the community hall Saturday eve
broken right shoulder and Mrs Mast ning. Those taking the parts in the
suffered a torn rib. They are Goth play were Betty Jean Nickason as
OF ROUND TRIP PARK
at their own home.
Magsie, the girl who had no birthday;
Ray Guerin returned home Thurs Harry Crowley as Freddie; Mavis
day , afternoon from Los Angelas, Keller as Grace; Tern Nickason as
Medford - -$ 6.00
where he spent the last two months Gloria; Virginia Wilson as Mabel;
San Francisco - 13.75
with hi* sisters, Mrs. R. A. Jsnten Burton Wilson as Paul; Jack Mayse
and Mrs. C. G. Schulz*.
Sacramento - 13.90
as Jack, and due to the illness of Ro
With the car almost a total wreck salie Laird, Mavis Keller also took
Log Angeles • 22.95
the L. H. Pearce wrecker brought In her part as Flossie. The stage mana
Diego • - 26.00
the sedan owned by Tony Barkley ger* were Charle* Wilson, Elton
It was wrecked on the Powers road Mayse and Donald Grove. The little
about three miles above Myrtle folk-dances in costume, given with CequUie Hotel
Point Saturday night. The occupant* the help of Mrs. Ivan Laird, deserve
of the car escaped with minor bruises. special mention. They were a ribbon
The Junior Woman’s club enter dartce given by Burton Wilson, Glade
tained Friday evening with a Christ Krewson, Donna Jane Krewson and
ina* party at the home of their presi Colleen Shepherd; a fairy dance by
dent, Mr*. Austin Dodge.
A short Fem Nickason, Virginia Wilson and
business meeting was held in the fore Mavis Keller, and a sword dance by
part of the evening, after which Harry Crowley and Jack Mayse.
games and a social time was enjoyed.
The Myrtle Leaf club received the
A gift exchange was the main feature pansy quilt the tame evening. Mrs.
of the entertainment Refreshments Arthur Jenkins, of Coquille, was the
were served at a late hour.
possessor. The club also sold supper
Otto Prey left Thursday for Twin and the young people, led by Wilda
Ijocal & Ixmg Distance
sho. where he will spend the Shepherd and Lets Grove, conducted
holidays at the home of Hs'dauRKWiv Il i anRj and ptpenre **ar*
Mrs. Ha, rold Lackey,
corner. The proceeds from the two
Mr* ¿ liu bara Barnett has gone to «mounted to about *27.00, part of
Moving a Specialty <
Klamath FMlg for a several weeks’ which to to be sent to the Bandon re
stay at the
x>t her daughter, lief.
Mrt Rae Vincent., *x.,
Mr and Mrs. Brant Taylor came in
Mrs. L. T v.Ma)oney arid ^on. John, from near Salem Thursday, bringing
of Wisconsin, aYR^gisit
Christina Christensen, who has been
^FNiHhH^/beir home. They will be
P. W. Laird a*4 dai
visiting in thê’Wtr^
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returned to Berkeley,
ter a week’s stay in Myrtle Point.
Mrs. Gail Bunch”!*
Mrs. Ora Laird to confined to her
home this week with Illness.
overnight guest at the
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