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CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
(Specln'. to The Bulletin.)
TUMAl-O, Dec. 27. The festivi
ties of Christmas day wero closed
with n danco at the Hall. About IB
couple thoroughly enjoyed tho Yule
Christmas brought with It tho us
ual number of dinner parties. Mr.
nnd Mm. Albert Harper entertained
Miss Mllle. Miss Jnmes, Mrs. Howard
nnd Fred Wilson on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred IMnJtstaff and
daughter woro tho guests of 'Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. John Coen enjoyed
Xmas dlnnor with Mrs. Uahhlt and
brother Nell Hay.
At tho J. W. Snyder homo covors
wero laid for Mr. and Mrs. J. I).
(Jerking, Mlaa Kay Gerklng, Mr. and
Mrs. n. C. Cndy, Mr. nnd Mrs. nob
Sturgeon 'nnd daughter and liny Oor
lclnc. It. U. Ilnlloy and children wero
dinner gliosis of Mr. and Mrs. Prank
Dayton on Ohrlstmns,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Thompson and
children wero guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Terry tho same day.
Mr. and Mrs. John Stiles nnd son
Clement woro entertained at the Hor
On Sunday Mr. nnd Mrs. C. J.
Mock1 nnd tho Misses .Mock wero dln
nor guests of Mrs. Geo. llrostorhous
Mr. and Mrs. a. YV. Horner enter
tained at dlnnor In honor of Mr. nnd
Mrs. J, M. Tullar on Sunday, Othor
guosts woro Mr. nnd Mrs. John Coon,
Mrs. llabblt nnd daughter and Noll
Tho play "Untnngllng Tony" will
ho given on Saturday night, Janu
ary 8th. Tho cnot.of characters In
cludes Mesdames Coon, Cady, Heckor,
Dickenson, Misses Mllle and James,
Ted Docker, Hay Drown nnd Arthur
Elmerlno Ilockor has hcon qulto III
tho past weolc.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred N. Wnllaco loft
Sunday night for Portland to attend
tho Irrigation Congrcsn.
Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Tullnr and son
nrrlved Thursday morning from Cal
ifornia. Aftor tho first of tho yonr
they will hnvo chargo of the local
telephone exchnngo when wo will
ngnln hnvo nil day sorvlco.
Ted Ilockor and his brother Illnko
wero Instruniontnl In giving n turlcoy
shoot at tho old grounds of tho Turn
nlo Gun Club on Thuradny, A num
ber of pooplo camo down from Ilend
for tho ovent. About IT, turkeys
wero won by tho contestants.
Mr. and Mrs, John Coon woro
giifstH or Mr. nnd Mro- Ilvron Cadv
o Wednesday at a duck dinner. II.
( lmd good luck hunting on tho Mo
tollus. Mr. Win. Dickinson and his brldo
nrrlvodNflundny morning nnd will
spend a week visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Dickinson beforo returning to
tholr homo In Kolso, Washington.
They Iiuvq JiibI completed nn exten
sive honeymoon trip through Cali
About ir.0 Jack rabbits wero killed
In tho shoot hero on Tuesday. Only
tine mnu enmo from Ilend nnd no ouo
yhowed up from nny of tho othor
towns around. Flftoon local men par
ticipated In tho sport.
IHneelnl to Tho Dullotln)
CI.dVKUDAl.K. Dee. 27. Miss Kl
lihn (lltiion is Hpondlng tho bolldav
mention visiting In l'ortlnnd nnd
HUom. Sho loft Saturday, Dccombor
2S nnd returns Fnhrunry 2.
K. U. Waldron Is homo from his
trip to Walla Walla.
A parly was given at tho ScogglnB
homo at I'lulnvlnw Chrlitnms night.
Harry Gyrus Is going to I'rlnovlllo
todny to work nt hlo Jewelry trndo
Ihn r?H of the winter.
Frank Kelly Is homo from Hold
o spend Xmas week with hi famllv
Clovordnlo biiKkot ball team w.in
the game played with Slstors Inst
Tuesday night. A game will bo ploy
ud next Wodnesdny nlqht for two out
of thrca fto each team has a gamo to
Its ereil It now.
Clovordalo Council Clnli will hold
n watch meeting next l-rldav nignt.
Hot coffee, enho nnd sandwiches nnd
Eleanor, Maiuta and Floyd C.rubo
iye homo from llond school for va
cation. Tho Mimes Knickerbocker who nro
nttcndlog school In llond ore also
Mary. Kroncls. Ouv (llhson nnd
Mary Fryrear are homof rom the
Iteumond srhool for tho holidays.
1 11. Davis of Slstors mado n bus
iness trip to I'rlnovlllo, returning
Mr. Tunko returned homo lm!ng
llled on n 320 ncro homestead with
vhich ho Is well pleased, near the
J. l Duckett nnd family of 81s
lers aro making nn extended visit to
Wnlln Walla, 8outU'. Tacoma, I'ort
Inml, ruyallnp and othor places.
Mr. and Mrs, Jol of Halnvllle. Mon
tnn, formerly of Cloverdnle nn
nouncw tho arrlvul uf a 10 pound boy
liom December B.
Mr. Han Is and Miller of nedmond
were buying Iiors and cattle through
Thursday afternoon tho school
ehlldren ovohauged gifts and were
nlven n troat by their teacher Miss
llion. ., , ,
Mr. Collins and fapillv hnvo moved
onto the place acros from tloo Cy-
F 0 V. Johnson lurn sold his
riertlsIo ranch to a dalrvmnn This
' fast tioenmliiR reeog lUod as a good
Mr. and Mrs. Wot W R family
Dean and Homer Cvrus. wero up
from Haystack Christ man Jay-,
Enoch Cyrus Is out again after u
long Illness. , ,m
Klvln Van Mstro Is home from
Ilend for tho week.
i A BUinlr of Plamvtew peopio m
tnded thu Christmas program here.
was given In Sisters Christmas Eve.
Christmas at Flunegans Flats was
given to a capacity house Chrlstmns
Ee. Forty six participated In the
play which Includod tho entire neigh
borhood' of children. Some .of our
young people taking tho leading
parts. Miss Gibson as Iliddy, Walter
Doyd as Pat, Dean Van Matre as tho
Dutch musician were lrreslstably fun
ny. Idelta Miller made a hit as a
Jolly girl whllo Amelia Sherpak car
ried off the laurols as n sour old maid.
At tho closo Santa arrived with can
dy, nuts and pop corn,
Mr. and Mrs. Van Matro and fam
ily went to Ilend Saturday to attend
the funeral of Mrs. Ilunncll. Mr.
Hunnel Is .Mrs. Van Mntro's brothor.
Mrs. O. Andrus was In Uond on
C. I.. Qlst was a Dend visitor Sat
urday Mr. nnd Mrs, Skelton woro calling
at the Mtllor home Sunday evening.
(Special to The nulletln.)
I'INEHUIIST, Dec. 27. Tho Xmas
program given nt PInehurst under
the direction of F. II. Plnkstnff was
unite a success. A largo crowd at
tended. Miss Mary Dlotrlch who has been
In Portland for tho past year Is vis
iting her parents here.
Mr. and Mrs. Chns. Spaugh were In
Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Snyder mado
a business trip to Ilend Thursday.
Chns. Spaugh took tho Mlssos How
oil to Ilend one day last weok.
drover McAllister was a Tumalo
Mrs. A. McAlllstor nto Chrlstmns
dlnnor with Mrs. Moot.
The Snyder family Bpcnt ChrlstnianJ
day at tho Swisher home.
Jess Root Is spending his vncntlon
with his parents,
Ituth llayley spent her Christmas
with Carol Dayton.
I.owIb Dietrich hauled hay to Do.id
tho past weok.
It, II. llayley went to Tumalo nn
Wm. Ilalkor was a Tumalo visitor
ono day last week.
Pupils who have neither absent
nor tardy far tho school month ond
lug December 10th wero Lloyd Hoot,
Ooorgo Dlotrlch, Ileglnnld llayley.
William Hoot, Monroe Hoot, UnslI
llayley, Wavorlcy Hayloy and Hussell
Pupils who mado nn nvorngo of
more than SO and less thnn !)u woro
Ethol Snyder, Iluth llayley, Esther
Dlotrlch. Violet Spaugh, l.oyd Hoot,
Hcglnnld Hayloy, Lost or Snyder and
Ilcsslo Snyder loads tho school with
an averugo of 92 per cent.
(Special to The Bulletin).
SIIU.ICAN, Dec. 27. Tho Christ
mas exercises given at tho Mllllcnn
school wero well nttonded nnd en
joyed by., those prcsont,
' Mr. nnd Mro. Jackson Cllngan en
tertnlnod about GO frtonds nt n dnnco
Christmas night. Tho rooms wero
tnstofully decoratod with holly. At
midnight nn elaboiato dlnnor wns
sorved by the hostess nsslstcd by Mrs.
Mr nnd Mrs. Louis Gloss nnd Miss
Mahal Wnnisloy camo out from llond
Friday to spend tho holidays at the
homo of Mr. and Mtb. A. D. Norton.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. L. Henklo onter
tnlned at dinner Chrlstmns day, their
guost holng Mr and Mrs. Louis
Olcss of llond, Mr. and Mrs. A. I)
Norton, MIbb Mabol Wamsloy and
Mr, and Mrs. C. Doyd, Miss Anna
Weston nnd John UuckhoU uf Ilend ' weok
attended tho dance given nt the Mr,
Cllngan homo Christmas night .
George tlnrclny of Ilend was a bus
iness victor In Mllllcnn Saturday.
Mr, and Mrs. A. A, Gllmoro and
brothor Frank Gllmoro, nutoed to
Bond Monday In Clifford Mackey's
George Mllllcan and Harry Morri
son spent tho holidays In Ilend.
Mr. and Mrs, Wm. nenni have Is
sued Invitations for a dnnco .to no
given In the McAdoo houso New
Frank Hurwltz brought out a load
of merchandise for P. II. Johnson on
Elraor King, our mall carrier was
Boveral hours late Tuesday on ac
count of heavy Christmas mall.
Howard F. Dyor was a dinner guest
at tho home of Mr, nnd Mrs. Jackson
Cllngan Christmas day,
Sam Ulakeloy and a crow of men
from Ilend wero cruising timber near
Pine Mountain the past weok.
A. D. Norton wns confined to the
houso several days (last week on
nccolint of lllnens .
Sherman Smith of Ilend Is spend
ing tho holidays with his brother II.
Mrs. Uarnoy Conoway, formerly of
this plnco is quite 111 at hor home In
Mrs. L. II. Schmorl who tins' been
seriously 111 tho past two weeks Is
Mrs. n. It. Kollar visited Mrs. P.
II, Johnson Christmas day .
Thos. and Clinton Heam woro
llond visitors last of tho week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Gllmoro are
making arrangements to inovo to
llond first of tho year.
Miss Opal Conoway loft Friday for
Ilend to spend tho holidays with hor
Geo. Powers nnd family moved In
to tho Davis houso Tuosdoy.
II. F. Dyer will entortnln a few
friends at dlnnor Now Year's dny.
Mr. and Mrs, Leo Hooney woro
visitors nt tho Powers home Thurs
day. William Todd loft for Hond Thurs
day to spend tho holldajs nt the
homo or his slstor Mrs. Thos. Moffctt.
Joo Elliott and family of Powoll
Ilutto attended tho danco given nt
tho home of Jnckson Cllngan Christ
II. E. Smith vlsltod his brothor C.
A, Smith at Hlvora several days last
Mrs. C. A. Davis and son of Prlnglo
Flats woro visitors at tho P. II. John
son homo Wednesday and Thursday
of last weok. .
(Special to The Dullotln)
LOST CHEEK, Dec. 21. Kenneth
Croslor wns n business visitor In tho
vnlloy tho lattor part of last week.
G. If. Young and son Robert haul
ed a load of straw from tho Walter's
Edith MrEachom and Stnnloy Hal
four passod through our valloy tho
foro part or tho week. They woro
on their wav homo rrom Lakevlow.
Jlmmlo McEwnn Is at homu"ngatn
artor nn nbsonco or sovornl weeks.
Mrs. J. H. HasBlor was a recent
visitor In Hums whore sho had some
dental work done.
J. Hosch Just returned rrom a trip
to Prnlrlo City. He brought Ken
neth Helm's pony homo with him,
A number of Lost Creokltcs spent
tho past few days huntlnc hut woro
not very successful.
S. W. Ilest has gono to Hond for a
load of supplies .
(Special to The Bulletin.)
HAMPTON I1UTTE. Doc. 22i Jim
inlo Ilrlckoy nutoed to Ilend last
C. L. Hlnman who has been
Tor STRAHORN and CENTRAL OREGON
Every Sack of Deschutes Sprtiy or True
Blue Flour you buy from
The Bend Flour Mill
you boost Central Oregon be
cause every sack of flour manu
factured by the BEND FLOUR ,
MILL COMPANY comes from
the farms of Jefferson and Crook ''". .
counties. We have faith in the
quality of Central Oregon wheat
because it grades high and has
the ingredients that make the
best flour. When you buy out
side you hinder the development
of the local market and hence .
the Central Oregon farmer. '
Therefore buy at home.
Bend Flour Mill Co.
working In Duck Creek has returned
to his home.
Pnul Brookings returned to his
homo last Friday to spend tho holi
days with his parents.
Mr, nnd Mrs. Andrew Mlchle vls
ltod with the lattor's parents last
The grlppo is vlBltlng a number or
homes In this vicinity ot late.
A Sunday school was organized nnd
wilt he held at 10130 a. m. every
Sunday at the homo, of Mr, Uezonn.
A Christmas tree and program wilt
be given next Friday night,
MIbb Mary Stauffer camo In from
Ilend Sunday and took the stagd
hero Monday for Stauffer whero she
will spend her vacation with hor
Wm, Itobertson made a business
trip to Bend last week.
Mrs. Hunting was a business visi
tor In this neighborhood Wodncsday.
Mr, nnd Mrs. Oscar Butioln were
over Inst Thursday and made some
purchases at the Brookings store.
Jim Drown was hauling wood last
N. S. Drown Is out to Prlnevllle to
look after some business Interests.
(Special to The Dullotln)
HAMPTON, Dec. 22 W. T. Har
rison started to Bond Thursday. Ills
son Thomas accompanied him to visit
wltli his parents during the Christ
II. Miller returnod to Ilend Thurs
day. Miss Ethel Fogg and Miss Darle
Burton spont Thursday night with
Miss Laura Crow,
Dan McArthur returned from N.
School closed Friday for throe
week's vacation. Miss Fogg trouted
.the scholars to homo mado candy,
pop corn and apples. A very ntco
nnd npproprlato program was given
which was enjoyed by all who at
tended. Messrs, Spurbeck and Colo have
gone on n hunting trip down the val
ley. .Mrs. N. Crow took dlnne'r Satur
day with Mro. C, I). Harmon.
Mr. E. Hunting returned from
Miss Florenco Hunting spont the
week end with Miss Fogg.
Hugh Crow visited homo folks for
a few days (his week. -
Miss Laura Crow took Sunday din
ner with MIsb Dnrle Burton.
A. S. Fogg and Miss Ethel Fogg
left Monday for a visit with Mrs. A.
S. Fogg and Harold Fogg at Dundeo,
Oregon. Thoy will nlso visit In Port
land and othor points before return
ing. Floyd McNeil returned fr.im Hond
J. P. Wllnuot nnd Durr Hlack holp
ed J. O. Whlttaker movo his houso
down by the well Tuesday.
12. M. Peck returned from Ilend on
(Sneclal to Tho nulletln)
POWELL I1UTTE, Dec. 27. F. L.
Halloy from tho Ochoco mines oast of
Prlnovlllo was visiting with Goorgo
Hobbs the first of last week. Ooo.
Hohhs and George Morgan accom
panied Mr. Ilnlloy hack to his homo
at tho mines on Thursday.
Misses Glndys and Hszol Ilnyn, Or
Isa Scars, Fay Ilussott nnd Mrs. E.
A. Hussott camo out from Prlnevllle
on Wednesday to spend their Christ
mas vacation at their homes at Pow
A special mooting of the Powoll
Dutte Sorosls was hold at tho house
of A. W. Ilayn on Tuesday of last
week to complete arrangements for
tho club supper to ho glvon In Janu
ary. J. A. Rlggs rotumfd rrom Portland
on Wednesday nnd was seen flying
around In a brand new Ford on
Mr. and Mrs, Jesse Shobort came
rrom Dend on Wednesday to visit
(Continued on pngo 11.)
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