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- Frances Nye was at home last
Mr. Nye has been sick for a few
days, but is much better now.
The Budd children, who have had
diphtheria, are out from under quar
antine and are back in school.
Mrs. Persons, who has been living
on Mrs. Hammersley’s place, moved
Into town last week.
Out of town people attending the
tonerai of Mrs. Fred Poet last Satur
day were A. H. Poet of Chelan,
Wash., Mrs. Ruby Behrens of Baker.
'Oregon ; Asa Nichols and family of
Dayton. Oregon; and Miss Esther
Nichols, also of Dayton.
Mias Desale Jones visited in Port
land Sunday with friends.
Howard S. Miller spent the week
end in Yamhill with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Scherf and Mr.
and Mrs. A. S. Livengood motored to
Miss Siva Livengood from New
b erg spent Sunday with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H: Livengood.
' The children of Frank Jones have
"been absent from school several days
account of an attack of chicken
There w ill be a Christmas pro
gram given by the Sunday school
children at the gymnasium Satur-
«day evening. December 33. Every-
vme is invited to attend the enter-
A. O. Peterson made the home folks
• visit lis t wek.
Who swiped opr good Oregon
weather? This is getting over being
C. W. Bradshaw attended the
copnty Farm Bureau meeting at Mc
Minnville last Saturday.
home for his
usual weekly visit and took the folks
back to Gresham with him for a few
The telephone line has been under
going some repairs the last day or
two. The pole«
poles are being reinforced
with cedar poets.
C. K. Hubbard has been taking a
few tomatoes and cucumbers to mar-
ket the last week, Rather cool, even
for the cucumber.
Last Saturday was rather a sad
day among the chickens of the neigh
borhood. Of course they were of the
feathered variety and were plucked
and sent to market.
Miss Maud Kosher and three
friends from Portland, paid a short
visit at the horns o f her sister, Mrs.
Chas. K. Hubbard, Sunday evening.
The young folks were gathering mis.
The ladles of the Newberg Farm
Bureau will organise the “ Ladles*
Department” on January g, 1333.
All ladies are Invited to take part
and will be made welcome. Those
who desire further particulars may
get them by calling one of the com-
mlttee on organisation,
mlttee is Mrs. C. W. Bradshaw, Mrs.
E. U. Marr and Mrs. Marie Tangen.
Mrs. McDowell was shopping in
Portland last Saturday.
During the past week Mrs. E. C.
Harmon has been on the sick list
w ith a very severe cold.
Saturday afternoon. December 9,
a few of the ladies gathered at the
home of Mrs. F. True to celebrate
her thirty-first birthday.
Wesley Winters and John Smith
v * Ribbon Ridge bagged fourteen
nice ducks last Sunday.' hunting at
the head of Wapato lake.. -
L. B. Winters met with a slight
accident in Portland last Saturday.
H is truck skidded on the wet pave
ment and one wheel was broken off.
Charles Rein had the misfortune
o f losing one o f his work horses
last Friday.. The animal became
tangled up in a barbed wire fence
« a d bled to death shortly after
Mrs. Ed West is on the sick list
hat is able to help Ed put in • the
hot and cold water in the house.
That is enough to make any woman
well— the thought of getting water
tn the home.
Rudy Wenger has sold his saw-
la g outfit to Emil Jensen.
Mrs. Rudolph Wenger, Sr., visit
ed Mrs, George Wenger Tuesday.
Miss Wilda Orr spent Sunday af-
Uarnoon and evening with Mrs. Fred
Mr. and Mrs. Pattison spent Thurs
day evening with Mr. and Mrs. W il
Miss Gladys Hertlg and Fred W il
liams visited Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Boyd and son
Howard and Billy Sleeper spent Sat
urday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
Kathryn Harford was a guest of
Wvs Sallee Monday night.
were stringing popcorn for the school
Mr. and Mrs. Fay Harford and Mr.
And M n. William Carter were Mon-
d a j evening guests of Mr. and Mrs.
d ia rie s Sallee.
M n. Leona Lynch bar returned
to her home at Vancouver, Wash.,
after a two weeks’ visit with her
u d e and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
H eorge Wenger were Mrs. ZenZen
And eons, Hubert, Gussle and Ray-
oeond, of Raybell, Mr. and Mrs. Fay
S a rfo rd and daughter, Kathryn, and
H m ll Jensen.
.Tuesday visitors at the school
were Mrs. . Sallee. Mrs. A. H. Boyd,
M n . Fred Williams, Mrs. Fay Har
ford and Mrs. Lou Carter. The vis
itors and children were treated to
^candy and popcorn balls by the
kaachcr, Miss Orr. The children also
^nmelved some nice presents.
and expect to make California their
The Parent-Teachers’ meeting was
held last week Wednesday and it was
voted that the date be changed to
the first Wednesday of the month,
instead of the second. Everybody la
Invited to attend the next meeting
on January 3. Special business is to
The little son of Mr. and Mrs.
Dick Baldwin Is very sick with
Ferris White came home from O.
A. C. last Saturday for the Christ
Earl Thorne was absent from
school for a couple of days last week
on account of a fall he (received
while skating at school.
Saturday visitors in Portland were
Stella Hubbard. Myrtle Newby. Mr.
and Mrs. John Rees, Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Newby. Mrs. W. W. Whits and
Mrs. H. Hobson.
Sewell Newhouse came home the,
latter part of last week for a few
days visit. He says it is quite cold
in Bend where he is employed as an
Miss Eunice Lewis was forced to
be absent from her duties at Pacific
College for a few days last week.
She was confined to her home on ac
count of a severe cold.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kincaid and
Mrs. W. W. Dunton motored to Port
land Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Kin-
eaid returned home in the afternoon
but Mrs. Dunton will visit for a few
days with her daughter.
Lucas Cowgill is confined to hts
home with an injury he received
while working at the sawmill. He
fell on the ice and hit his left
shoulder and arm and crushed the
ribs and bruised his side.
The Sunday school Christmas pro
gram w ill consist of tableaux, read
ings. songs and a pantomime. The
program w ill be Sunday evening, be
ginning at seven-thirty in the
church. Everyone welcome.
Henry Stockman’s house caught
fire one evening last week. The firs
which had started in the roof, was
discovered by a couple of men who
happened to be passing and with the
aid of some neighbors was soon put
Revival meetings will begin next
Monday evening at the church. Fred
Cope from Portland will be the evan
gelist, assisted by his wife. Meetings
will commence at 7:30. Everyone
is urged to come out and hear Mr.-
The Parent-Teachers’ club, met
last Friday afternoon in the audito
rium of the school house. A fter hav
ing been entertained by class recita
tions by the school children the la
dies treated the children with candy
and popcorn. The next meeting of
the club will be the first Friday In
January at the home of Mrs. 8tella
D. E. Davis sold some hogs fn
Louis Amoth was in Portland on
Mrs. Fred Beagle was a recent vis
itor of Mrs. B. F. Yergen.
Ralph Baker came home from Cor
Joe Steager is spending a few
weeks at the home of Henry Strate. vallis for the holiday vacation Fri-
Josephine Whitney has been ab
Mr. and Mrs. C.
sent from school on account of siek-
family were in Portland last Satur
Miss Mary Strate and nephew. day.
Joe Sullivan is home from Port
Evert Brickley, went to Portland
land to spend the Christmas vaca
The Rex community will hold tion.
Mr. and Mrs. John Purvis were in
their Christmas exercises at the hall
McMinnville last Saturday on busi-
on Friday evening.
Miss May Jones of Portland spent
Among other recent v is itó n In
Saturday and Sunday at the home of
Portland were Mr. and M n. D. P.
her father, A. Jones.
Dr. Louis Walker, from Aberdeen,
Lela Yergen, primary teacher at
Wash., visited hia sister, Mrs. Abe
No. 10 has again taken up her school
Jenkins, last Saturday.
Mrs. L. I. Eves, who has for the duties.
Mrs. Eds Amoth and two children
past two months been at Jesse Ed
wards of Newberg, returned home motored to Salem Tuesday to visit
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Morgan were
Henry Yokel returned home Thurs
day from Friend, Neb., where he has Sunday vislton of Mr. and Mrs. C.
been visiting his parents for the W. Smith.
Miles Maxwell is busy preparing
past six weeks.
R. E. Brown and family were very a large number o f turkeys for the
much excited over the captivity of Christmas market.
Lois Fendall came home from O.
two skunks in a barrel, which was
A. C. last Saturday to spend the hol
standing in the hen house.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Heskett re iday season at home.
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Shaw and sons,
turned home from Baltimore, Md.,
Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd and Virgil, were 8unday din
Hesket have been in the east about ner guests of L. L. Amoth and fam
The Ewing Young janitor says he
Mr. and M n. D. Morrison and
grand-children, Madge and Gene very much appreciates finding the
Conway, left for Oakland, Califor fire already started on the recent
nia, on Wednesday in their car. cold mornings. Thanks are due Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. V irgil Feudal] and
son, Charles Keith, who have been
in Albany and Corvallis several
weeks, have returned to West Cbe-
Rev. Paul Lewis gave us another
fine sermon last Sunday and will
also preach next Sunday. There will
also be a short Christmas program
The boys’ class will stage en en
tertainment In the church basement
Friday evening, December 29th. The
nature of the program has not yet
been divulged. I f you wish to know,
come and see.
POINSETTIAS, CYCLAMENS, PRIMROSES
G r o c e r ie s
.SHE: . 7 5 ® <v
— We have a very beautiful line of handkerchiefs
for ladies, priced 10 to 80 cents each.
Ladies’ House Slippers
— In fancy odors, at $1.35 to $1.80 per pair.
Men’s Neck Ties
—A large assortment to select hom at 80 Gents
to 88 Cents each.
— You will had a aloe let of DoOs and Toys at
Pendleton Indian Robes
J 0 *1 1
and Pillow Covers
— Some very beautiful patterns.
V « m
Kellogg Corn Flakes, package ................... lOo
Hills Bros., Gdden West, X. J. B. and
• Royal Chib Coffee, pound.................48c
Seedless Raisins, pound .................. ..... 17c
Oregon Walnuts, pound.....................85o@30c
Filberts, pound, ^ . . . . 7 7 7 7 ............ 90o@86c
Toys, Dolls, Etc,
Best Citron Feel, pound............................ 80c
Jello, all Aaron .................................... 10c
Knox Gelatine, package ................... ...... 80c
Arm 4k Hammer Seda, 8 packages..............15c
Crystal White Soap, per bar . . . . ...............5c
Nepal White, White Wonder and other
White 8oaps, 8 b a n .......... ............... 88c
Dany Held XQk .
* * *10c
Cream Wheat, package ...........
. . . . . .85c
Shredded Wheat Biscuits...................8 for 86c
— These prioes are for first quality merchan-
dise and are regular prioes. They are not quoted
They make a
for Saturday specials.
Just phone your orders
to Baird’s and goods will be promptly-delivered.
Blankets $8.50 each.
E. C BAIRD
G IVE THE BOYS A N D GIRLS A CHANCE
The boys and girls of today will he the men and women of tomorrow. Give them every chance
HAPPY AND HEALTHY MEN AMD WOMEN
In far too many oases they receive injuries to their qpines in early childhood, injuries which,
being slight, pass by unnoticed and unoared for. They are therefore obliged to grow up seriously
Every boy and girl should have a Spinal Analysis at
least once every three months
The value of this Analysis cannot be estimated in dollars, as such Analysis would detect and
correct subluxations of the vertebrae (displacements of the small bones of the spine) before they
would become a menace to Health.
If all parents were as careful about the spines of their boys and girls as they are about the can
of their automobiles, it would not he long before
The Health of the World Would Improve Materially
GIVE THE BOYS AND G U IS A CHANCE
IT IS THEIR LAWFUL BIGHT
MAKE THIS CHRISTMAS A HEALTHFUL AMD HAPPY O i l FOR THEM
I WISH YOU AMD YOURS A MERRY CHRISTMAS
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tertained at the Ira McCormick
Mrs. C. M. McCormick has been
confined to her home with a bad at
tack of la grippe, but has been im
proving the last few days
Mias Ines Redder, teacher at the
Fir Grove school, and Miss Ruby
Whitmore, were Sunday guests of
the H. H. Haveman family.
Mias Myrtle Haveman, who is
teaching the Mountain Top school,
went to McMinnville, Wednesday to
take teachers’ examination.
Visitors at Mountain Top school
last week were Mrs. Wayne Brun
son, Mrs. George Ziegler, Mildred
Brunson and Emile Burton.
Lowern McCormick spent several
days last week visiting friends and
relatives In and near Newberg. and
returned home Wednesday evening.
There w ill be a Christmas pro
gram at the Mountain Top school
house next Saturday evening. An in
vitation is extended to all who wish
M. J. Boatwright took a load of
wheat to Newberg last week and
also one to Hillsboro. Hs was able
to get 12 cents more on the bushel
The J. P- Jones family have re
ceived word from Frank Smeltxer
saying he and hia children w ill be
down from eastern Oregon to spend
Christmas with them.
Mrs. L. T. Flntgan returned home
Sunday frond Hillsboro where she
spent the week with her daughter,
Mnk Tom Shuck. Little Stanley
E L L IO TT’S TIR E SHOP
TIRES, TUBES, VULCANIZING
• If needing Tins er Tubes see «9 before January 1st.
Umbrellas covered and repaired
810 First Street
Mr. and M rs Warren Moore ware
Portland visitors last week.
P. W. Baughman is spending some
time In Los Angeles, California.
Miss Esther Marnack ia visiting
relatives in Mllwaukie, Oregon, at
Miaa Irene Barr Is in McMinn
ville this week attending the teach
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lelghmann
were visitors with Mrs. Lelghmsnn’s
mother, Mrs. Marie Tange«, last Sun
A Christmas program w ill bs giv
en at the Cfiehalem Center church
Sunday evening at 7 o’clock. Bv-
eryone is invited to attend.
Rev. Charles Whitlock has moved
Into the parsonage and baa taken
Rev, Paul Lewis’ place as pastor, Mr.
Lewis having resigned on account of
The school Christmas program will
be held at the school house Satur
day evening, December 13. The
teachers. Mr. Coleman and Mies Ban-
have been putting tn lots at time In
preparation tor the occasion.
The W. C. T. U. ladles gathered
at the home of Mts. 8. T. Blxler last
Thursday afternoon for their meet
ing. it was a rather stormy day
hut there wea quite a good attend
Mrs. Bird McClafiln, presi
dent, was in the chair. After the de
votional meeting a number of inter
esting topics were brought ig> in re
gard to the work. On motion it was
decided to hold a social in the near
future, also to bring clothee and sew
and make them over for the orphan’s
home children at the next
Mrs. Bdna Cupples was named as
superintendent of this work. The
hostess very kindly served coffee,
bans and cookies, which were ap
preciated by all. The next January
meeting w ill he held at the home of
Mrs. Merle Tangen. All the ladles
are invited to be present— those in
the union and other ladies o f the
held their meeting lest Friday eve
ning. There was quits a good-tlied
crowd present. Mr. Coleman gave a
very good talk to the parents and
students in regard to the school
work, and what the parent-teachers’
association should stand for. Then
followed a debate or discussion on
the question, “ Resolved that the
home has more influence on the for
mation of character than the school.”
8. T. Blxler led In the affirmative,
also Mr. Oolemen and M. P. Johnson
followed, alternating with O. H.
Mann, M n. Edna Cupples and Mn.
Marie Tangen on the negative. Quite
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