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BKrm BCIiTJCTIN, BKND, ORRGON, THURHDAY, MAY M, lDld
MAKES SERVICE FLAG
PLAINVIBW, May 20. Tbo O. D.
O. club mot wHh Mrs. f. O. Powers
last Thursday afternoon. A busy
tlmo was spent making a servlco
flag and setf-lflg on layottoa for Bel
gian babies. Tho club' will moot
Thursday, May 16, with Mrs. Pul
llam. Last Tuesday afternoon tho Plain
view school closod Its work for tho
year by giving a Tory Rood program
'for tbo entortalnmont of parents and
friends. Tho numbers on tho pro
cram showed that much caro had
been taken In tholr selection, giving
not only Ideas of tho regular school
activities, but having also much of
a patroltlc naturo, particularly along
Buch llncA as tho children thomselrcs
aro working. Tho closing song by
all tho school, "Help Save tho Name
of Old Glory," was especially ood.
From a total of 13 pupils enrolled,
Iho Plainvlow school has Invested
$48.75 in war savings and thrift
stamps. Wo aro proud of tho patri
otic spirit our school children nro
Mrs. Louis llonnott, Misses Mary
and Roberta and Master Woodson
Dennett spent Friday attornoon and
Saturday at tho J. "A. W. Scoggln
Mr. and Airs. John McKlnuoy and
daughter Clauda have moved to a
place near Slstors to spend tho sum
mer. Mr. and Mrs. Claudo Knapp and
Perry Van Tassel of Sisters wero
callers in Plainvlow last Sunday.
A flno tlmo was onjoyod by all
who attended tho school picnic, hold
at tho school houso Wodnesday.
Miss Edith Smith went to Oend
Monday, en routo to Burns, whero
she will spend some tlmo visiting her
Hubert Armstrong Is expected
homo this week on a short furlough.
It is his first leavo of absonco slnco
his onllstmont in tho ambulance
corps moro than two years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Hartley and son Jack
and Mrs. Louzotta Putllam wero
callers In Sisters Sunday.
A. W. Armstrong, A. E. Hoss, H.
O. Fawcctt and II. A. and Paul Scog
gln wero Bond business callers tho
Lloyd Powers passed tho military
examination given him at Bend last
Mrs. J. B. Nichols and two children
are visiting at tho homo of F. W.
Tho school house was filled on
Sunday attornoon when Rev. Mc
Vlckor dedicated tho new servlco Hag
for Plainvlow. Rev. McVickor read
two splendid war poems, then the
audience stood during tho unveiling
and after the words of consecration
everyone Joined in singing "Amer
ica " Little Miss Bookman gavo a
recitation about tho meaning of the
service Hag. Tho flag is about 30 by
30 inches and mado of silk. Two
bluo stars aro on tho field of white
for Hubert Armstrong, now at
Brownsville, Texas, and Wm. C.
Beckbolt at Camp Lewis.
Mr. Seeley of Portland, missionary
superintendent for tho Presbyterian
church, will speak at the school
house on tho evening of May 28. A
large attendance is desired.
a short Tlslt at tho homo of F. W.
Paul 8coggln mado n business trio
to tho Black Butto country last Sat
urday. Mr. and Mrs. John McKlnnoy, nt
presont living near Slstors, spoilt
Thursday In Plainvlow.
A number of friends enjoyed a
vory pleasant ovonlng at tho homo of
F. W. Lovorenz on Monday. Tho
party was given tor Mrs. N'tchols, a
guest nt tho Lovoronz homo.
F. W. Lovoronz was very unfortu
nato last weok in losing ono of his
Tho O. D. O. club will hold Its
fourth of tho series of dlmo socials
at tho Hoss homo next Saturday
ovonlng, May 35.
Mr. and Mrs. Chalfan spent Thurs
day at tho A. E. Hoss ranch.
A largo attendanco Is desired at
tho school houso on Tuesday ovonlng.
May 28, at 8 o'clock. Mr. Seoloy of
Portland, supcrlntondont of tho mis
sionary work of tho Proabytrolan
church, will givo an addross at that
PLAINVIBW, May 20. There
wero but 18 ballots cast In tbo pri
mary election at the Plalnvlew pre
cinct last Friday.
A. W. Armstrong and Guy Mc
Calllster were callors in Redmond
Mrs. C. F. Chalfan attended the
-senior class play at Redmond last
Friday evening. Sbo reports the
play very entertaining and particu
larly well rendered.
George Calvorly returned to Plain
vlew Sunday evening after spending
-several days with his brother at
Ida Hoss and Emmett Knicker
bocker aro victims of an attack of
measles. It Is keeping them housed
up for a few days.
Mrs. James Ellclns Is enjoying a
visit from her sister, who arrived
hero recently from tho valley.
Dorothy Taylor of Bond Is visit
ing Wllma Armstrong this week.
Tho O. D. O. club held Its regular
meeting last 'Thursday afternoon,
May 10, with Mrs. Louzotta und Mrs.
Grover Pulllam. Work was com
bined with pleasure when a number
of excellent records on the grafonola
wero played by Mrs. McKlnnoy. A
commlttoo of three of the club mem
bers was appointed to tako charge
of Red Cross work tho ladles will get
from the Bend chapter. They expect
to secure yarn soon so as many as
possibly can will be knitting socks.
Mrs. Bart Nichols will leave for
Portland Tuesday. Mrs. Nichols and
her two children havo boon enjoying
SHE GOT GOOD RESULTS.
This honest testimony from a
woman who has suffered should bo
heeded by all afflicted with backacho,
rheumatic pains, or any symptom of
kidney and bladder troublo: "I havo
got such good results from Foloy
Kidney Pills that I sleop much better.
Mrs. Chas. Gray, 270 Sixth St., Do-
trou, Mich." Sold everywhere
ALFALFA, May 15. Mrs. J. F.
Clark, assisted by Mr. and Mrs. F. O.
Johnson, entertained a few friends
Saturday ovonlng. Those present
wero: C. Holloway and family, Les
lie V. Clarko and family. Albort
Shults and family. Mr. and Mrs.
George Ogle, Ralph Smock and fam
ily. Carl Larson and Frank Tattl.
Mrs. Curt Mullcr of Bend spent
Sunday with homo folks, returning
Monday via Redmond.
Four Alfalfa children were eligible
to the third Rainbow division, ns
follows: Austin Barber, Verna
Shults, Wllllo and Ruth Hardy.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pyatt, formerly
of Alfalfa, but now in Idaho, are the
proud parents of a baby girl.
Ohmer Chambers writes his Al
falfa friends that ho has becomo a
Miss Goldlo Ferry, Cecil Hollo
way and Donavan Smock will tako
tho examination this year.
Tho Jolly Neighbors met with Mrs.
C. Barber Wednesday afternoon.
Marshall Roberts, foreman of tho
Angland ranch, is on the sick list.
Miss Evelln Porsloy of Redmond
spont Saturday and Sunday at tho
Ralph Smock, Lesllo Clarko, T. O.
Johnson and C. H. Hardy each re
ceived 100 day-old chicks from Cali
fornia. Paul Mortschlng lost a valuable
cow from alfalfa bloat.
Lester Barber Is again with his
parents after several months with a
sister In Washington.
Albort Shults, L. V. Clark and T.
O. Johnston spont a few days on the
ITEMS OF INTEREST
HAMPTON BUTTE, May 20. Mr.
and Mrs. Joo Street of Buck Creek
were visitors at the Schrcder home
Horaco Brookings made a busi
ness trip to Shermans last Wednes
day. Mrs. Robert McDowell was visiting
with rolatlves hero laBt Sunday.
Tho children of tho Rolyat school,
with their paronts and several
friends, picnicked at Desert Creek
Rny Howell left last Tuesday to
visit with his parents in California
and then will go to Join the marlno
Several Inches of snow fell last
Monday night, which did much good
to crops aB well as grass.
Agnea Schroder and Gladys Meoks
will tako the seventh grado examina
WORK FOR RED CROSS
TERREBONNE. May 21. Tho
Torrotionuo school closed Inst Friday
for tho an minor vacation. This
school tins n vory nctlvo Juntou Red
Cross, tho following nrtlclos having
boon mndo by them during tho
First to Fifth Grades. Six thou
sand gun wlpos, 12. nmhulanco pil
lows, 3 dozou kitchen holders, 2 H
doxon knitted washcloths, 3 dozen
handkorchlofs, 17 knitted squares,
54 comfort kits and 9 pairs bod
Sixth to Ninth Grades. Fifteen
knitted squares, 13 comfort kits, 13
shoulder wraps, 55 wash cloths, 4
sweaters, 3 pairs gunnora' mitts, 18
pairs baby boottocs.
Boys' Manual Training. Ton coat
hangers, 3 regulation 3x2x2 Red
Cross packing boxes.
Somo of theso articles havo been
sent to friends, somo to Camp Lowla
and tho rost turned to to tho Bend
Miss Adollno Doltrlch loft this
wook for Salom, Ore,, whoro alio will
attend summor school.
Mr. and Mrs. Goorgo Inukor and
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Nichols loft Sun
day ovonlng for Seaside, Ore., whero
thoy will attend a convention of tho
I. O. O. F. and Roboknh lodgos.
Miss Phcrno Ralston Is spondlng
a row days in urandvlow, tho guest
or nor sistor, Mrs. W. Osborn.
Mrs. W. O. Ralston loft Monday
ovonlng for Shorldan, Oro to bo with
nor father, who is qulto ill at his
homo In that city.
Leonard McFaddon, U. S. A., a
mcrnbor or u battory, 546th field
artillery, from Camp Lewis, Wash,,
is homo on a 30-day furlough.
Rov. Elmer McVickor will hold
church services at L. P. C. hall noxt
Sunday morning nt 11 o'clock. All
aro cordially Invltod to attend this
Universal Cast Ranges !
SHEAR THEIR FLOCKS
ALFALFA. May 21. Tho Sloan
nheop and thoso of tho Johnston
ranch havo boon sheared. A truck
from Bond haulod tho wool to tho
Mrs. Fred Schmltt and daughter
Margarot. who has been traveling for
tho past four yoars, returned to their
homo In Alfalfa Saturday.
Gustavo Borry, who Is employed
at Powoll Butto, was visiting with
homo folks Sundny.
Mrs. C. Holloway has been qulto
ill witn measles, nut is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Forry rocolved
a box of flowers from their son Ralph
Mrs. Albort Shults conducted tho
seventh and olghth grado examina
tions Thursday and Friday. Tho ap
plicants wero: Cecil Halloway,
olghth grado; Goldlo Forry and Don
avan Smock, seventh grade.
Wm. Ferry and family attended
tho track meet In Prlnovlllo Satur
day. Tho Jolly Neighbors will meet with
Mrs. Mary Bonn Wednesday after
noon and moro Rod Cross work un
Wm. Wilson of Powoll Butto wna
looking aftor his Interests In Alfalfa
Frank Tattl has socded eight acres
to alfalfa and mado other Improve
ments on his own place.
Mrs. Lesllo V. Clark Is enjoying
a visit from nor sister, who arrlvod
from Los Angeles Monday.
Charles Pyatt and Curt Mullor
wero transacting business In Bend
Tho Thrift Stamp club hold Its reg
ular monthly meeting at A. C Bar
ber's and sovoral now morabora wero
C. H. Hardy has purchased $1,000
worth of war stamps. Who Is noxt?
For farm land loasa seo J. Ryan
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PINEHURST. May 11. Plnohurnt
school closed Tuesday after a suc
cessful term of eight months, In
which tho pupils did a good and
thorough work. Rozella Phelps and
Wavorly Bayley wero porfect In at
tendanco during tho entire term,
while Raymond Wlmer, Goorgo and
Russol Dietrich, Rozella Phelps, Lc
noro Snyder received prizes for
promptness. Many rccolved credit
for -.good work In tho poetry contest
and in doportmont. Mrs. Delia
Nichols, who has taught hero three
years, will leavo in tho near futuro
to tako charge or tho work or tho
Shadybrook Study club on lower
A school mooting was held at tho
school houso Tuesday night, In
which tho business of solcctlng a now
teacher was taken up. Among the
many applicants, Miss Anna L, El
brldgo wbh chosen for school No. 1.
I, E. Wlmer and Chas, Spaugh mo
tored to Bend Tuesday,
R. II. Bayley and sou wero hauling
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dawson and
baby drovo to Turnalo Thursday.
Wm. Clark passed through hero
Wednesday on his way to nond,
Frank Dayton has again assumed
tho duties of patrolman.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Lovoronz of
Plainvlow nttonded tho entortaln
mont hero Thursday night.
Mrs, Louis Bennett and children
of Bond passed through hero Saturday.
And InvoHtigato our prices
before buying your groceries.
Wo can save you mouoy.
MUllcun, Ore. Telephone
Cast Ranges wear longer,
bake better, and are in every
way more satisfactory than steel.
When you buy a Range why
not get one that is guaranteed
to give you satisfactory service ?
That's the Universal. Your old
stove taken as part payment.
Terms can be arranged if desired.
RFFRIflFP ATHDG T,UJ l,'fth st of food stum
J.VA4A 11VJIiIVV J. X-rIO""mnkcs a good Refrigerator a
matter of economy. Twelve styles from which to make selection. All built ot
Eastern Ash, white enamel in- U 1 Cfc CtC 4- tt'm7 E"f
terior. Priced J J. 7.0U tO J0 .OU
DITOO fMMMDo you know that Hugs are scarce and hard to get at any
'V! ""price? The large factories have been taken over by the
Government and the looms are turning out supplies for our army. We still have
a good assortment at the old prices. It will pay you to buy now.
BEND FURNITURE CO.
YOUK CREDIT IS GOOD
Mrs. Dolla Nichols and children
woro ontortalnod Friday evening at
tho Spaugh homo.
F. V. Swlshor wont to Bond on
O, A. niackwood has recently
ranted tho John Coon place, moving
his family thoro Friday.
Frank Dayton was n visitor at tho
homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. F. V. Swlshor
Volma and Irving Nichols ontor
talnod tho following guests Friday
attornoon: Bosslo Suydor, Allco nnd
Oladys Spaugh, Wllma Dawson, liar
voy and Leonard Snydor and Porry
Ooo. Snyder drovo to Bend Satur-
A heavy showor foil In this vicin
ity Thursdny attornoon and was
murh appreciated by tho farmorti.
Early gardons nnd grain crops aro
looking lino In this section
Mrs. W. F. Fryroar nnd daughter
Mary of Clovordalo wero guests of
Mrs. Delia Nichols Wednesday,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Spaugh nnd
family and Mrs. F. V, Swlshor and
daughter wont to Olat Sundny,
Lostor Snydor wont to Tumnlo
Tho entertainment given by tho
school Thursdny night was enjoyed
by a largo audlenco. Tho following
program was rondo rod:
Song "America" , Audlonce
Recitation "Old Olory"
Recitation "May" .GladyH Spaugh
Recitation "Our Flag"Allco Spnugh
Song "Billy nnd Mo"... .
Four Little Boys
Recitation Porry Dawson
Reading "Tho Last of School"
: Ethel Ornham
Recitation "Patriotism". .
Recitation "Psalm of Llfo"
Song "Wlnkum"....NIno Llttlo (llrls
Reading "Nancy Mnclntyro"
Mrs. Delia Nichols
Song "Ho, Ho, Vacation Days
Aro Horo" ,, School
Chan. Oroffnnhnrgnr hauled water
for Mrs. L. II. Keller Tuwidny nnd
for Mrs. It. R. Keller Wednesday,
P. II. Johnson was a business caller
In Bend Wednesday,
Mrs. J. J, llnllnnd Is condurtlng
Iho suvonth nnd olghth grado exam
inations. Walter and Roy Keller aro at
homo with tho whooping cough.
F. Tauscher mado n business trip
to Bond Monday, returning Wednes
day. Thn now homesteader, Mrs, Itecse,
at tho former Macklo homestead, la
now living on her claim.
Wm. A. Rnhn Is now visiting with
ono of his nlNters In Health), Wnsh.
Win. II. Renin bought n cow from
R. it. Keller thn pnst week
Tho L. Hcliuiorl family moved to
W. II. Iliiani was n ImkIiicih caller
at lluml tho past week,
Mrs, (loo. Mllllciiu mndo a call In
L II. Keller nnd children called ut
tho F, Tniiarliur homo Sunday.
J. J Holland was homo several
days tho past week.
Mr. and Mrs. (loo. Cook woro out
buggy riding tho other day.
Bom, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dnnnl
son, Monday, May 13, a llttlo girl,
(Continued on pago 6.)
WILL HOLD PICNIC
THURSDAY, MAY 30
MILLICAN, May 20. Tho East
End school will closo Mny 30, nnd
thoy Intend to hnvo a picnic on that
day, In which both schools aro to
participate, although tho West End
school will not closo until Juno 7.
Mr. and Mrs, Roborts and daugh
ter Florence and Mrs, Mnudo M
Hubbard and daughter Klnlno woro
Sunday callors at tho P, B. Johnson
R. R, Kollor nnd L. B. Keller Huont
Sunday at their rcspoctlvo homes.
Price Right to the Penny
Ail your Eggs and Hutlcr and a chance
to prove to you that it pays to pay cash
Wall Stieal. Bend. Oregon
Shoes for Real Service
OUIt HPKCIAITV IH TO MAKE H110HH THAT
8TA.NI THE TIWT
Is especially mndo for this klud of country. Nona nro hot
J. E. TILT SHOE
A handsomo r.orvlccablo dross shoo for men. Cannot bo
beaten for tho monoy. Qlvo theso shoes n trial.
A. HANSON LOGGER.
Tho A. Hanson Loggor Shoes of Thrco Lnkns, Wis,, are
hand-made nnd ono of tho vory best of Its klud. Spoclol mado
to-ordor work taken for this shou.
UP-TO-DATE HIIOi: REPAIRING
R. H. LOVEN
BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS
BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
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