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HRN1 BULLETIN, HKN1), OREGON, THURSDAY. JANUARY II, IDIR
PARTY GIVEN FOR
Miss Mnrgtierlto FllcMngrr, of Berke
ley, California, Entertained at
(Special In Tho Duttotln.)
PLA1NVIKW, Jan. 2. Miss Mar
caret Fllcklnger, of Rurkoley, Cali
fornia, Mr. and .Mrs. Fllcklnger and
Bon, Roger, Mr. MUlor, of Tumnlo,
nnd Miss Ornco Rlggs, of tlcdmoml,
wero cntortnlned at tho Chalfan
ranch on Christmas day. A delicious
dinner was served and In tho uvonlng
tho guests enjoyed several games of
.cards. Miss Fllcklnger Is a former j
classmate or Miss Rlggs and at pres
ent Is attending tho University of
Mrs. S. L. JIutrcss and son, James,
nro visiting In Clovcrdalo this week.
last Friday night a number of
friends tgavo John McKlnney a birth
day surprise. A very pleasant even
ing was enjoyed by tho guests.
Tho O. 1. O. club will meet with
"Mrs. Van Tassel, Sr., on next Thurs
J. W. A. Scoggln and family tyul
vAndrow Armstrong and family wcro
Kucsts at tho homo of Louis Dennett
In Bend, on Christmas day.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hartley at
tended tho dance at Sisters, Christ
Word has 4ecn received from Mrs.
Hartley's sister. Miss lluth Hollo
well, that nho Is located at present
In California doing work as a Red
A watch night party was held at
tho homo of Andrew Armstrong on
Monday evening, December 31. A
good crowd met to enjoy games and
music. Dollclous refreshments were
GIVEN AT SCHOOL
(Special to Tho Dullctin)
BEND. It. F. 'D.. Jan. 2. Tho
Christmas program, which was given
at the Mountain Vlow school, was
well attended, several from Dend be
Mrs. J. W. Wornstaft left Tuesday
night for Clackamas, wherq sho will
spend the holidays with her folks.
The A. .Ncff family took Xmas din
ner at W. L. Coffey's.
Beatrice Carson has been quite ill
the -past wek.
A. L. Smith, of Powell Butte, at
tended the program at the Mountain
View school house.
Mrs. G. L. Moore and daughter
trailed on Mrs. A. Neff, Saturday.
J. W. Wornstaft has purchased a
Mr. and MrB. Lee Young and fam
ily were visitors at the W. L. Coffey
Mr. and Mrs. Malosh. also Mr. and
Mrs. Carson wero guests at the J. T.
JJewborry home on Christmas.
Virgil Cook bid moved on
Dearaond place, east of Bend.
AT PRINGLE FLAT
Impromptu Danco Given Christmas
Nlslrt House Party at
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
PRINGLE FLAT, Jan.
Stetson returned from Bend, whoro
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Central Oregon Bank
D. K. HUNTER, President
CARLKTON II. SWIFT, Vice-President
E. P. MAIIAFFEV, 2nd Vice-President,
If. M. STEPHENS, Cashier
FE.VDEL WAITE, Assistant Cashier
D. E. Hunter J,. O'Donnell Carlcton B. Swift
E. P. Slahaffcy II. jr. Stephen
Every facility for accomodating
the investors of Central Oregon
she attended teachers' Instltuto tho
Harry Evans Is homo tor tho holi
days. Robert Pearson Is home tor Christ
Mr. and Mrs. Rlackstono enter
tained Mr. nnd Mrs. Danlelsnn and
children, Robort Pearson and Martin
Oraybourg, Christmas day.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Evans nro entertain
ing a merry house party during tho
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Hamlin had ns
guests at Christmas dinner, Mr. and
Mrs. Palmer nnd children and C. U.
Todd nnd Mrs. Stetson.
An Impromptu danco was given nt
tho hall Christmas night, attended
by those who did not go to Ilrothcrs.
C. n. Todd returned Wednesday to
F. W. Hamlin and E. W. Palmer
returned Wednesday afternoon to tho
News has been received of tho birth
of a fine seven-pound boy to Mr. nnd
Mrs. Walter Ransom, who nro spend
ing the winter in Ucnd.
Mr. Carpenter Is home from Rend
SANTA CLAUS CALLS
AT XMAS FESTIVITIES
Tree nt Deschutes Mirny Pleasant
JUdgo People Attended
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
PLEASANT RIDGE, Jan. 2. A
number from this neighborhood at
tended the Christmas tree at Des
chutes on Monday night. A good pro
gram was rendered and a trco and a
real live Santa Claus wcro enjoyed by
the littlo ones.
N. W. Gray was In Redmond on
A. A. Green Is hauling hay from
tho Williams placo for the Scoggln
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anderson were
Dend visitors Friday.
Gust Nelson was down from Bend
Rasmus Peterson has been out bal
ing hay this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Chase were In
Dend Friday to sco their daughter,
Etta, who Is In tho hospital there.
Antono Ahlstrom took tho road
grader back to Tumalo Thursday.
Rasmus Peterson and Mrs. Johan
sen were In Redmond Saturday. They
wcro accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
Hans Mlkkclson, of Deschutes.
Andrew Nelson and Jake Peterson
attend tho sale at Sam Wood's Fri
day. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anderson were
in Redmond Saturday.
D. A. Beeson was In Bend Satur
day. Jake Peterson and family, accom
panied by Rev. Scott and family, of
Torrebonnc, visited friends near Dend
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Chase wore In
Redmond on business Saturday.
Ernest Frank and son, Kenneth,
were In Redmond Monday.
Dell Beeson Is working for Mr.
Cook on tho Blrdsong place.
Rasmus Peterson entertained a
number of his friends and neighbors
at dinner Christmas day.
MANY ARE VISITORS
AT HAMPTON BUTTE
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
HAMPTON BUTTE. Dec. 29 C. J.
Stauffer and sons, Pago and Roy,
passed through hero Saturday night
on their way homo from Prlnovlllo,
whoro thoy hnvo been working sev
Mnrrln Porry was n passongor on
tho mall utago Thursday,
Miss Glennlo Lund, t Sluuffor,
wont to Bond on (ho stngo Friday.
Sho will visit with hor pnrontunt
Portland sovornl weeks.
Mr. and Mns. Jnko Books nnd
Thomas Ewlng wero guests of Mr.
and Mrs. II. Brookings Christmas.
Paul Brookings Is spending his
vacation with his parents.
J. M. Brlckey nto ChrlRtmas din
nor with Bert Meoks.
'llort Mocks has boon sowing ryo
tho past wook.
Miss Mary Stnutfcr passed through
hero on her way homo, whoro shu
Will spend hor vacation.
For farm laud loaas sco J. Ryan
& Co. Adv.
Santa Clan Distribute (JIM to the
Children A ft it Entertainment
In Scho.il House,
(Spcclnl to tho Bulletin.)
LOWER BRIDGE. Deo. 2i.- The
annual Xmns program was hold at
the school house Monday evening.
Tho school was beautifully decorated,
and n very good program rendered,
after which Santa Claus distributed
gifts to tho children. Dr. Hosch, ot
Rcdnfond, spoko for tho Rod Cross
drlvo. Thirty-two now members wcro
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hunt and fam
ily wero entertained nt Chrlstmns
dinner .by A. S. Holmes.
A. B. Wiggins and Mr. Angel, nt
Paulina, wero at tho Hosklus place
L. A. Hunt was n Bend visitor on
C. F. Hosklns took n four-horse
load of hogs to Bond'on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Towno nnd fam
ily spent Christmas with tho Moore
family in Terrebonne
A. S. Holmes was very stck the
past week, from ptomaine poisoning.
Mrs. Mury Chapman went to her
home at Hood River to spend the hol
idays. Mrs. L. A. Hunt nnd Mrs. David
Mllburn met at Mrs. Walters nlaco on
Monday to till tho Xmas bags tor tho
Frank Chnpman, Marlon Hosklns
and Darwin Walters wuro Redmond
Mr and Mrs. Gus StndSg went to
Seattle for a two weeks' visit over
Mrs. Walters entertained nt din
nor on Christmas, Frank nnd Russell
Chnpman, L. F. Rico and daughters.
Hope and Dorothy.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fuller nnd sm
spout Christmas -with Redmond
Tho Red Cross auxiliary met at
tho Hosklns homo on Wednesday,
Tho yarn for sweaters has come and
knitting was started.
John Gotter and Dean Von. Matre,
of Cloverdalc. were Lower Bridge vis
itors on Friday.
COMMUNITY TREE IS
ATTENDED IIV MANY
Children From Shepunl nnd Wllfton
School District GItw
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
POWELL BUTTE, Jan. 2. Tho
Xmas trco at tho community hall on
Xmns ovo was well attended. Tho
children of the Shcpard and Wilson
districts rendered a very enjoyable
program. After tho program, treats
wero passed to everyone, Tho II C
lou rrom tho Amos treo fund was
donated to tho Red Cross.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. N. Hall and Mr.
and Mrs. Mel Shurtrum and Mori
Shurtrum, or Pendleton, left for
Portland several days before Christ
mas. Thoy expect to remain until
after tho holidays.
Mrs, J, M. Shearer and daughtor,
Ruth, spent from Sunday until Wed
nesday of last wook with Mrs. Shoar
er's paronts. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster enter
tained Mr. and Mrs, Ray Leonard on
Christmas day. Thoy attended tho
show at Bond In tho evening.
Mr, and Mrs. Alton Wlllcoxon and
daughter, Harriot, wero entertained
by Mr. and Mrs. Reaves Wlllcoxon
at Christmas dlnnor.
Miss Fay Dussott visited Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Reynolds at Redmond IuhI
Thursday and Friday.
Mr. und Mrs. E. A. Dussott enter
tained at Christmas dlnnor, Mr. and
Mrs. Ross Busseet and daughter,
Margaret, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Dort
Reynolds, of Redmond.
J. M, Shearer spent Tuesday nnd
Wednesday ot last week at tho Ore
Tom Pursley and family wore
guests ut tho J. P. Bowman ranch for
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Dayn took
Christmas dlnnor with Mr. und Mru.
Frank Bnyn, nt Deschuto.i.
J. A. Rlggn spent Xmas with rela
tives at Bend,
Mr and Mra, Allen Wlllcoson spout
Thursday In Dend.
Grongo Hobbs Iiub purchased a
Mr. and Mrs. Al McCoy havo moved
And lnvoHtlgate our prlci
before buylug your groceries.
Wo can wave you money.
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I lJOQYi IQltTtm PROTECTION BHAI.-IT IH NOT HJ1AL ORAVKLY W1THOITT Tl ll.T HnAt. Sy
on tho J. A. Rlggs ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster, Boh
Johnson nnd Dirk Long attended tho
show In Prlnevlllu Saturday evening,
E. A. Ilussett and family wuro en
tertained ut Ihn l'ntnr I 'mi In hiitnii
Saturday evening for dinner.
Protracted meetings are being held
nt tho community hull this week.
Mrs. I-;. A. ilussett and daughter,
Grandma Brown and Gladys Pauls
returned to Prlnevlllu Sunday, after
a two weeks' vacation
Dill oung hus been doing some
repair work on his restaurant. It
was recently damngod by fire.
Thorn ivim 11 lAririt nt tniiiliinri, nt
tho tlnncn Friday ovoulng nt the com
munity nan. Aootit iuu was cleared.
Mrs. Allen Wlllcoxon was unite 111
tho first part nt the week.
Itaurher'K Team Rmii Ann) School
Entertainment 1 11 Country
Art Enjo) rd.
(Special to The Bulletin.)
MILLICAN, Doc. 2'J. Isndoro
Goodman had a ruunway with his
team Thursday, and one of the horses
has n very badly cut leg. from run
ning Into u wire fence.
P. I). Johnson, It. R. Keller and
several others are moving purl of the
Johnson telephone line out of tho
timber onto the main road.
A small audience enjoyed tho pro
gram at the East End school houxe,
December 22. The children were
much pleased with tokens from their
schoolmates and teacher.
Leo Tauscher went to Bend by
auto Saturday. Jack De Rushn and
Leo Keller returned with Leo Taus
cher from Dend Sunday. Mr. Keller
will stay with his family until after
Now Years day. but the. other visitors
returned to Dend Wednesday
P. D. Johnson made a trip to Dend
A large audience enjoyed tho pro
gram at tho West Eend school house
Docombor 2. All numbers on tho
program wero well rendered, and
through tho efforts of Mr. nnd Mrs.
I. L. Owen, overyono received a gift.
Wo nro sorry to learn tlinl Mrs.
Owen, owing to 111 hcnlth. will noon
resign ns one of our teachers,
A dance wns given by Mr. and
Mrs. Grover Caldwell at tho Sloan
ranch December 25. A lorgc crowd
attended nnd all report n good tlmo.
Ooldlo Couaway was out from Dend
visiting with relatives and friends,
Mrs. R. R. Keller visited with Mrs.
P. D, Johnson Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. A. A. Gllmore culled at the
P. D. Johnson home Wednesday,
Mr. und Mrs. A. A. Gllmoru wero
Wcdnosday ovonlng callers nt the R.
R. Keller homo.
G. ('. Daugheiihaugh willed at tho
Johnson homo on business Wednes
day. Mr. and Mrs. Crabbier nnd cbll-
dreu, from Hemsted. called at tho P.
D. Johnson home Wednesday.
Mrs, J, J. Holland was n Thurs
day ufternoon caller at tho It. It.
Mr. and Mrs, Leo Keller had Xmas
dinner with Mrs. Keller's parents.
W. A. Kuhn spent Christmas day
at the EII Spencer home.
Mr, and Mrs. Van Clove and sou
spout XmaH on thu High Dosert.
It. R. Keller found 10 stray sheep,
belonging to Frank Sloan, Thursday.
A. I). Norton Is busy plowing theso
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Porclval had
n number of guests fur dinner on
Christmas, Judge nnd Mrs, II, 0.
Ellis, of Dend, being among tho nil la
bor. P. D. Johnson was busy ropalrlirg
tho telephone lino Thursday ufter
noon. Soe J. Ryan & Co., for farm land
BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS
HOUSE AT STAUFFER
WILL RE REBUILT
(Special to Tho Dulletln.)
STAUFFER, Dee. 2D. II, F
Rhodes hnn just Mulshed moving tho
Ashey house, which will be made Into
Juddy Hnsch experts to make a
trp to Dend for hay this week,
Minn Mary Stauffer urrlved from
Dend on the mail stage Monday to
Spend tho holidays with relatives and
P. L, Forbes started for Han Fran
clsro this morning. He exports 'to
flint employment In machine shops.
C. H. Davis mid wife and MIm Alntie
Arnold wore (guests at the J. II. Hnss
ler homo Thursday evening.
T. L. Cowan motored Into Dend
Friday, accompanied by Miss Arnold
nnd C. S. Dnvls and wife.
Mr. und Mrs, C. J. Stauffer enter
tained a number of friends on Christ
Ml Glennlo Lund Is upending her
vacation In Portland.
J, II. Husster mude n trip to Chi
cago valley Wednesday.
D. T. Knuspuhl, P. L. Forbes, Mr.
Young and the Stnuffer drove to
LakevleM last Thursday.
W. T. Cowan Is on tho sick list this
J. II. Marnier Is building a burn.
Carry nnd M.tudo Drown spent the
week end at Stauffer.
Page and Mary Stauffer autoed
to Dend Sunday, returning Monday.
(our chairs at your nor vice at the
Metropolitan. No waiting, Adv.
(From Monday's Dally.)
John Gray, a farmer of Deschutes,
was arrested this morning by Sheriff!
Roberts, on a charge of stealing a
cow on December 10, P. C. Hardy
made tho complaint.
CLUB REPORT SHOWS
WORK OF MEMBERS
Nccdlrcraft Women fllvo Much to
Red 'rofN In Pant SI Mouths
MntcrlaU Art- Donated.
(From SaturdnV Dally.)
Proof that even a small -women's
organization, If properly conducted,
cuti do much good In aiding tho war
Is tho noticeable feature of tho semi
annual report which tho Nccdtecrnft
club, nf Doulevard addition, com
pleted this week, Thu club wilt be
remembered n the 0110 which a fow
days ago sent 1 1 1 Christmas boxes
to Camp Lewis. Early In July the
group of club women Joined tho "My j
America league nnu uucnino aonvoiy
engaged In Red Cross work.
Many nf tho materials used In thu
making of the articles which they
later turned over to tho local branch
of tho Red Crohn woru donated by the
members although 10 pairs of bed
socks and 0110 dozen nightingales
worn inado out of tho cloth supplied
by tho Red Cross, Other articles
manufactured by patient fingers were
throe dozen dust cloths, 10 dozen
handkorchlef substitutes, two dozen
Hcrub cloths mid thren and ouo-hnlf
dozen napkins. Two rainbow coun
terpanes nnd flvo additional knitted
squui'cs wuro sunt dlreqt to Portland
hondqunrtors. These with candy for
tho 111 Christmas boxes, 13 comfort
kits and 18 pairs of wrlstlots com
plete tho work of tho club for tho six
Mntorlals for tho hospital supplies
und counterpanes wero tnndu from old
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
BRICK & LUMBER CO.,
fill DRAFT Pel
TO FEBRUARY 15
FI'Tt'lti: urOTAH TO HE FILLED
FROM CLASS I NEXT OFFI
CERS TRAINING CAMP WILL
BEGIN JANUARY 1.1 IN SOUTH.
(From Monday's Dally.)
PORTLAND, Or,, Dee. 31. -Except
t;i fill vacancies In cmII already
made, no more men will he drafted
from Oregon or other stales before
February IC As nit questionnaire
will lie completed before that date,
this will give men taken hereafter,
uxrept such few ns may be needed
prior to February If, to fill vacancies,
the advantage of the now classified
Very few men would hnvo been
taken from Oregon In any event prior
to the next dntft, which It Is an
noiinced will hit not earlier than Feb
ruury lf. This Is one of only 10
Estates that have already filled their
quotas In th. first draft, barring a
few vacancies caused by rojoctlfu
nt the truliilng camps.
Future draft quotas are to be filled
from Class I, comprising men without
dependents. They will bo drafted
deferred classifications riily
when Class I Is exhnusted, thus umU.
Ing It nnceary to go to the next
class for enough men to fill up the
An exception to this will be made
In the rase of exports and men highly
skilled In agriculture or Industries
It Is announced that tho government
will soon rail for a largo number of
men of this special class. They will
be tnken as iiHcded for such special
work from whatever classification
they may havo boon granted,
A limited number of officers not
now In ncllvo service, nnd retired of
ficers of the Oregon Nutlonnl Guard,
who are physically fit and between
tho nges nf 2.1 and 47, nro eligible for
enlistment ns privates first class for
attendance nt tho next officers' train
ing camps, which hwln Jnnuary IB.
Official word to this effect has Just
boon received by John M. WHllJhis.
acting adjutant gunornl, from tho
chief of tho bureau of military affairs
nt Washington, with tho request that
It lie given publicity,
Applications for tho camps by such
officers must bo approved by tho bu
reau. Those qualifying nt the camps,
which will ho held In Southern Cali
fornia nnd the southern states, will
sheets, old table linen, owoators
which had passed tholr daya of use
fulness nnd nmnll aernpa of yarn Itft
from other knitted garments. Tho
club will continue this work noxt year
nnd the womon ink that If any per
sons earn to contrlbuto material of
this sort thoy drop n curd to Mrs. R.
W. Lnonard and 0110 of tho club
Indies will call for tho bundle. A fow
Hwoatora to bo lined In making coun
terpanes, Homo yarn suitable for
wristlets and H.C8 In cash nro nUJI
on hand to begin tho now year. "