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DECEMBER 8ft, 1888
taking a course in Journalism and mss with their slater, Mrs. George
cartoonist work at the U. of O.
Mias Clara Louise Hertlg came
«Donald Davis la spending the hol
iday vacation at home. Mr. and home from Portland last Saturday
Mrs. Prank Davis of YamhiU are al night to spend the holidays with the
so holiday fialtow of Mr. and Mrs. home folks She attends the Jeffer
son high school at Portland.
D. B. Davis
The boy* and girl* o f today w ill bo the men and women of tom orrow. G iro them every chance
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams and
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Shaw and sons,
Charles Rian, Sr., la on th* sick
list with the lm grippe.
John Semmer of Portland Spent for Sandy, near Mt. Hood, where Mrs. Fay Harford and daughter.
HAPPY AND HEALTHY MEN AND WOMEN -
they will spend some time with Mr. Kathryn, spent Christmas with Mr.
Christmas with his parents.
and Mrs. West Laughlia at Yamhill.
In fa r toe many eases they receive injuries to their spines in early childhood, injuries w hioh,
Mary* Harmon of the O. A. C. Is Shaw’s parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lyons and
Lewis Amoth has traded his or
spending the holidays with her home
being slight, pass by nnnotiead and oncared for. They are therefore obliged to grow up seriously
Mrs. & E. Warren has been very hardware business in Portland. The Sallee and daughters, Mildred and
nek for the last two weeks with la Amoths will move soon, but the new Bra. were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
owner’s name baa not bnan learned Harlan Smith of Newberg on Christ
Mr. and Mrs. Prod St sere of Mid- yet.
Mr. and Mr». Lawrence Boyd and
Bwlng Young school had a short
tdleton spent Sunday with Mr. and
Christmas time together last Friday son of Nawberg, Mr. and Mrs.. Lewis
hint. Charles Klen.
Mrs. William Garland to expecting afternoon. After Santa Claus (Billy Upchurch and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
he pree- Walter Nagal. Mrs. Ruby Sleeper
a alster from Scotland, whon^ she has Sullivan) had distributed the
The value o f this Analysis oannot he estfcnhted in dollars, as such Analysis w ould detect and
enjoyed and son. Billy, of Portland, all spent
not seen for over forty years.
suM uxatioas o f the vertebrae (displacem ents o f the small bones o f the spine) before they
Alvin Peterson who Is employed
Following Sunday school there and Mrs. A. H. Boyd.
on the a P. bridge gang at Brook
would become a menace to Health.
Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Nelson and
lyn, spent Christmas with his fam was a abort Qhrlstmas program last
Sunday. Besides several recitations sons, Earl and Harvey, and daugh
I f all parents were as earefnl about the spines o f their beys and girls as they are about the earn
Mrs. Greathonaa and son, Henry, there was a violin solo by Winona ter,* Louise, of West Chehalem, Mr.
o f their autom obiles, it w ould not be lon g before
o f Portland spent Christmas at the Smith and a duet by Lola and Ken and Mrs. Robert Cook and sons, Nor
home of her daughter, Mrs. C. C. neth Fendall after which we were man and Ralph, and daughter, Hel
favored by a splendid Christmas ser en, of Chehalem Center, were Christ
mas guests of Mr. and Mrs. William
■- Anna Winters and her frlend„ O. mon by Rev. Lewis.
The boys’ class, as previously an Carter.
C. Burnham of Portland, spent
GIVE THE BOYS AND GIRLS A CHANCE
Christmas at the home Of her par nounced, will give an entertainment
in the church basement Friday eve
I T IS THEIR LAWFUL RIGHT ______
ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Winters
ning. December 29. Besides an ex u Saloma Burkett to quite sick with
MANE TH & n e w YEAR BRIMFUL OF HEALTH AND HAPPINESS FOR THEM
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hibition of a marvelous Incubator
I WISH YOU AMD YOURS A CHEERFUL HEW YEAS
invention, a real fountain of youth, pneumonia.
The Preo’a are spending the holi
Mary Jones of Portland spent for which Ponce De Leon Bought in
Christmas with her father.
vain, and a one-act play, there will days
Charles Brooks has been on the
Miss Alice Dow of McMinnville Is be recltatloas, music, and stunts In
'spending the week at the Simon magic. This is neither a stock show, sick list for several days.
Howard Snow tdok Christmas din
opera, or circus, but we trust you
with his brother and wife.
The Wlleys^^andermans and As- | will enjoy. It.
Admission— your ner Mrs.
H. F. Nelson has been shut
tnnea had their Christmas dinner presence and attention. Come and
a bad cold but la better now.
mnt tree at the Asm us home.
Clarke and family spent
C. C.. Wiley has been on the sick
Monday with the Frank Clatke fam
list the past week, so he had to he
•off duty one night on the highway
U. 8. Bryant and family spent
Inger Byers of Portland spent
Mr. and Mrs N. L. Wiley spent Crlstmas in Portland with relatives. Christmas with her aunt, Mrs. Simp
Mr. LfFevre is quite ill this week. son.
Christmas at the home of his daugh
Oliver Warden and wife came
ter, Mrs. Dennis Mljls, of Spring- It is hoped by all of his friends that
to spend a few days with his
Mr. and Mrs. Walker and baby folks.
Walter Cook and Cecil Hlnshaw
The Ed Born family of Portland talia. Wash., spent Christmas with
-had charge of the meeting at the from Salem spent Christmas with
were Sunday visitors at the Deach the home folks, Mr. and Mrs. M. W.
Bex Friends church last -Sunday Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Parrish.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Livengood home.
at the Cowglll
The community Christmas tree and
days with his parents the first oL home were Mrs. R. M. Neill, Mr. and
program were well attended and en Walter Bingham in Newberg.
Mrs. H. B. Miller, Allen Roads, Cur
Miss Rath Baker from Aberdeen, ( this week.
joyed by all, especially the children.
Wash., spent Christmas at the home.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Payton are tis Cowglll and Mr. and Mrs. L. H.
It was held on Friday night. -
TIRES, TUBES, VULCA1 I M l . it
• spending a few days at the Stan- Cowglll all from Portland.
Mr. and Mrs Perry Macy and J wo of her mother, ,Mra. H. N. Baker.>
sons went to Portland Christmas
and Mrs. Virgil Mills and family
morning to spend a few days with cey Gettmann are spending a fe w 1 A. C. Stanbrough’s mother from motored to Seattle to spend Christ
days with relatives in Wlllamina.
( Portland is visiting at the Stan-
I f needing Tires or Tabes see as before Janaary 1st.
llr . Macy’s brother and family.
mas with Mr. and Mrs. Stockman’s
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Livengood and . brough home.
Mary Sanders of Portland spent
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Worden and daughter and sister of Mrs. Mills.
Umbrellas covered and repaired
’Saturday and Sunday with her par Miss Grace Riley spent Christmas at
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Fullerton and
ents, returning home Sunday eve the home of Norman Sanders in New- family attended the Nash reunion in little son, Junior Jay, and Mr. and
Itqwn on Christmas.
810 First Street
^ H u m e Bine 4
ning, taking her parents with her to berg.
Miss Grace Riley from Lafayette
W. C. Johnson was up from Port Mrs. Clifford Wallen from Portland,
and Mr. and' Mrs. Paul Milla and
Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Brickley of ia spending the Christmas vacation 1 land and spent a few days with the baby from Woodburn, spent Christ
Stanbroughs and Nelsons.
Portland are rejoicing over a fine at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Edward Wallis of Albany mas with the home folks, Mr. and
baby girl, born on December 22. Mrs. Livengood.
Christmas at the home of her Mrs. A. P. Wallen.
Mr. and Mrs. El wood Johnson and them there. This was done and in the chimney. It was necessary to
children from Dayton, spent Christ- • parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tltna
daughter of Henry Strate of Rex.
from Chehalem Center while they were waiting a very cred remove him with a derrick. We are
There will be an New Year’s so
day with Revs. Carl itable program, was given by the sure the older people took the lesson
and daughter. Mabel, spent Christ
cial at the Community hall on New of Mrs. Jentsen.
and family. The children and some of the grown-upe. to heart and will never deceive lit
The Misses Della and Freda Par mas with the Swan Benson family in
Tears night. Refreshments will be
Johnsons remained for the first ser Vera Parks gave a recitation show tle children by impersonating Santa.
ing how it didn’t pay to try to de
o n sale and a social time is being ar
Grace Colby, who is living with vice of the revival meetings which ceive, as she told of dad trying to Every number wee good and the eve-
ranged. The proceeds wijl go for at the home of their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Parrish.
her sister at Pendleton, spent a few
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Mr. and Mre. W. W. White enter play Santa Claus and become stuck
Stanley Bryant from Portland, days last week with her father, W.
tained at their home twenty-four of
who la spending the week at the W. Colby.
home of U. S. Bryant, is installing
Homer Worden, who is going to the young people at a “ kid party.”
Miss Sally Beck spent Christmas a radio set for Jack Bryant.
trade school in Portland, came down The young people came dressed as
with relatives in Portland.
E. H. Ross, who is principal of the Friday to spend the Christmas holi children; each one brought and re
ceived a Christmas gift. The eve
The Christmas play held in the Mayville high school, is spending the days with his folks.
«community ball was well attended. Christmas vacation at the home of
A. A. Post and family are spend ning was spent In much merriment
Hveryone enjoyed it greatly.
his mother, Mrs. H. C. Ross.
ing the holidays in Atnity where and a very good time was enjoyed by
Postmaster H. W. Bahringer re
Miss Ethel Ross, who spent sever Charlie is setting up a radio outfit all. Refreshments, consisting of ap
ports the biggest Christmas week In al weeks in Beaver with her sister, for bis grandfather.
ples, popcorn, punch and" cookies
the history of the poet office this Mrs. Speary, returned home last
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Lunstrom and were served.
week for the Christmas holidays.
family were Christmas visitors at
The Dundee Alumni association
Miss Dena Offel and Miss Hazel the home of the former’s parents, Mr.
w ill hold it’s big reunion fit the year Pearson, whp are both employed In and Mrs. S. A. Lunstrom.
A. 0. Peterson has finished work
at Community hall tonight (Thurs Portland, spent the Christmas vaca
Roy Bremmer and family of Sa near The Dalles and is home for the
tion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. lem came to Newberg the first of the winter.
In line w ith our policy to give our patrons the best at all
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Morecroft E. Offel.
week and took Mr. Bremmer’a moth
Mr. Stubblefield took quite a nice
went To McMinnville to spend Christ
The Fern wood band has again re er home with them to spend the hol lot of turkeys to Portland the latter
times and to give added efficien cy to our equipment and better
mas with Mrs. Morecroft’s parents, organized. Quite a few new mem idays.
part of last week.
quality if possible to ou r product, we are going to iitotall a,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cunes.
bers have turned out for practice
Mrs. Frank Rlchafdaon and her
Miss Maud Koeber from Portland
The Epworth League Is enjoying and now every Wednesday night the grand-daughter, Beatrice Glsilasen, spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs.
. some great times on Sunday even familiar sounds are beard.
went to Portland the first of this Chas. K. Hubbard and family. .
ings. Sunday school superintendent
Christmas day guests of Mr. and week to spend a few days with the
Mr. and Mrs. Dllllngers home was
Ward- Bahringer will lead next Sun Mrs. Ed Cox included R. G. Stewart Glstlasens.
the Meeea for the married daugh
and family, Clarence Davis and Miss
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ters and their families for a good
Mr. and Mrs John Par ret t and Nora Thomas all from Portland and
non, Billy, enjoyed their Christmas Mrs. C. W. Nice from Newberg.
Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Etzwller are
Vivian Hadley spent the Christmas
and w ill also give our bakery a •
Quite a crowd attended the Christ
with Mrs. Parrett’s sister, Mrs. Wal
•pending the holidays at the home
len, in Poftlnitfv where a family re
Mr and Mrs. of Mrs. Etswiler’s parents, Mr. and
school children at the gymnasium Dick Baldwin Is a of little
union was held.
better at Mrs. Mike Nolan.
For the past week daring the big last Saturday night. Dan Wohlge this yrltlng.
The Atopaugh family held a reun
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Christmas rush. Mrs. Swlnk at the
ion for a Christmas celebration. The
8 . P. depot, and the post office force child present received a bag filled day evening at the church. Every married eons and daughters came to
b a re enjoyed vdry much the prompt with candy and nuts. An enjoyable body welcome.
help the home folks make merry.
mad efficient service of C. W. Scott, time was had by alL
Mr. and Mrs. Stubblefield's daugh
Mrs. John Krsmlen. who has been
w ho is the official carrier between
W hile this is being done, it w ill be necessary fo r («a to
quite sick with * cold, to much bet ter, Mrs. Pflefer and children, from
these two places. Mr. Scott is a
Portland, spent Christmas at the
ter at this writing.
close our place o f business tem porarily, and fo r this reason, we
very capable man and we are glad
Mias Wllda Orr is spending a week
Mrs. Julia Bowers from British farm. The little girls are remain
that he Is with ns.
with her sister at Eugene.
Columbia to visiting yrlth her sister, ing for the entire week.
wish to announce to our patrons that our plaoe o f businmft
The regular monthly meeting of
Mark Hanna accompanied Mr. and
Emil Jenson is sawing wood for Mrs. P. H. Hammond.
the Parent-Teachers’ association will Fay* Harford with his drag-saw.
w ill be
Myrtle and A. E. Newby spent last Mrs Chas. K. Hubbard to Port
b e held at the school house on Tues
Mrs. Rudolph Wenger visited Mr. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ross New land last Saturday. Mark took some
day, the second day of January. Mr. and Mrs. George Wenger on Tuesday. by and family In Newberg.
rabbits to market, while Mr. and
Itye, the new art teacher, will give
Miss Gladys Hertlg spent Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kincaid and Mrs. Hubbard did their Christmas
at talk and a demonstration of his afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. William family spent Christmas with Mr. ■hopping.
Another interesting feature Carter.
The Sunnycreet Ladles’ club met
an« Mrs. M. E. Mosher in McMInn-
«of the afternoon program will be a
F. Hertlg and eon, Delmer, v t l M .
at the home of Mre. Eugene Hubbard
«discussion of hot lunches. The helped George Wenger butcher lest
Marjorie Brown, who to teaching last Thursday. The main item of
twtohsri are especially desirous of Monday.
A fter that, we w in be better equipped to give our patrons
school In Greenlear, Idaho, arrived interest was the discussion of Christ
having an expression from the per
John Carter entertained all bis home last Saturday for the Christmas mas and preparing a program to be
the best in bread, pies, o a k * , etc.
mits on this subject. Everyone in children on Christmas day with a vacation.
glvep at the home of Mrs. C. A. Cra
terested in education and children is fine dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spencer are
cordially Invited to attend these
W ishing you all s very Happy and Prosperous Hew Y ear
Mr. and Mrs. George Carter moved »pcqdlng the Christmas holidays at a short time more than a year. They
meetings of the parent-tekekers* and into their new bungalow the day be Linda Vista with Mr. and Mrs. A. sure have made life In the neighbor
take part In the discussions.
hood far more enjoyable by the var
Mrs. Frank Lowe enjoyed Christ
Stella Hubbard left Monday morn ious programs, socials, parties, etc.,
W EST CHEHALEM
mas bp having hSr children come ing for Marlon, where she will «pend given by them. As this to the end
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Baker and home to set turkey.
a few of the holidays with her broth of the old year and the beginning of
s new, we are going to congratulate
Hubert and Raymond ZenZen of er, Lisle, and family.
spent Christmas day with Mr.
Mrs. Daniel Baker near Forest Ray bell visited their sister, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Heater and the,ladles on the work of the past,
George Wenger, last Saturday.
family are enjoying a visit with Mrs. and-hope they will continue to grow1
Miss Mildred Sallee le spending Heater’s brother, Mr. Holiday, and and prosper in the coming year.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Feudal 1 and
Last week the Ledles’ club re
son spent Christmas with Mrs. Fen- the holidays with the home folks. family from Independence.
DAYE SMITH, Proprietor
41 all’s mother, Mrs. Jones, in Mc She is attending Pacific Academy.
Lester Gumm from Portland, Mr. ceived s letter from 8anta Claus tell
Mrs. George Wenger and daughter, and Mrs. Albert Hunt from Aberdeen, ing them to have all the children
Daises Leffler le home for the hol Oelene, and Nick ZenZen went to Wash., and Mrs. Ray Langworthy gather at the hone at Mrs. C. A.
idays from Eugene, where she te Portland Sunday and spent Christ - and little daughter, Ellen, from At- Crater, and he would try to meet
GIVE THE BOYS AND GIRLS A CHANCE
Every boy and girl should have a Spinal Analysis at
least once every three months
The Health o f the W orld W ould Improve Materially
E LLIO TT’S TIR E S H O P
New E lectric O ven
Closed from January 1 to 7
The Newberg Bakery
Appreciating your business and hoping that the pleasant relations now existing
between us will continue, we wish you much happiness and
prosperity fdr the New Year.
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