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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1916)
TIIB SPRINGFIELD NEWS
THURSDAY, DEO. 21, 1916.
Toyland's Wonders Have Arrived
After many weeks of delay the latest creations of
America's toys are here to make children happy
Girl Dolls, Boy Dolls, Kew
pie Dolls, Crying Dolls, Big
Dolls, Little Dolls
25c to $5.00
Doll dishes, kitchen cabinets, pianos,
rocking horses, ironing boards, sewing
sets, toy stoves, doll beds;
"Woody" tigers, dogs, cats
that mew, horses, bears,
und all the barn-yard fowls
are here to amuse the little
Bicycles, tricycles, auto
mobiles, ice wagons, coal
wagons, express wagons,
Christmas stockings filled
full of pleasing gifts.
Printing presses and type.
FOR GROWN UPS
Aluminum ware, scissors,
knives, flash lights, roasters,
electric irons, electric toasters
corn poppers, manicuring
sets, razors, shaving mugs,
percolators, carving sets.
Uncle Bill's Circus
Base Ball, Jolly
Sliced Birds, Lotto,
The Flower Game, Bradley
Parcel Post, Dr. Busby, Mer-ry-Go-Round,
vance Guard, Etc.
Erector toys from $1.00 to
$5.00. Tinker toys 50 cents
stick craft to build houses,
windmills and ever so many
things only 10 cents. Rail
road trains that run, "Pana
ma pile drivers, Sandy Andy
singing toys, boy scout ma
chine guns, liquid pistols, Ri
fles and ammunition, jointed
fishing rods and tackle.
Our toys were late arriv
ing but they are all fresh,
new stock and are not brok
en and worn out. Buy for
the children if you have to
slight the grown-ups. We
are open evenings.
BEAVER HERNDON HDW. CO.
Fox's A B C Black
Noah's Arks, Doll
Houses and Barns
Bereans Revel In
Big Chicken Feed
Contest Losers Entertain Vlc
) tors With Bountiful Eats
And Good Program.
KOn Monday evening the losing side
-of the Berean class of the Christian
church gave a banquet to the wininq
side. It was a bountiful chicken din
er and was arranged under the able
direction of Harry Nixon, the losing
side's captain, and was given in the
"Woodmen ball. x
The guests arrived early and many
Rere the ahs! and ohs! which the ap
petizing aromas from the kitchen
brought forth. A novel Idea wap used
in choosing partners for dinner. Slip?
of paper were banded to the boys on
"which the name of a girl had been
written in invisible ink. The names
were brought out when the papers
-were dampened. . !
' . The guests were seated at two lonsr
tables and oh! what a profusion of
delicious roast chicken, mashed pota
toes, chicken gravy, scalloped corn,
pickles, vegetable salad, marvelous
tuttl fuiti wjth whipped cream, coffee,
-and cake was set before them. Every
one just ate and ate until he or she
was perfectly willing to sit still and
listen to toasts, although no one wui
very willing to make one. Mayor
E..E. Morrison, the class- teacher, was
toasmaster; and those giving after
dinner talks were Harry Nixon, Roy
Cairns, Rev. Chris Jensen, Beatrice
Hoi brook, Walter Dimm, Marjorle
Knott, Roland Moshier, and Clinton
Conley, the class president. After
the guests had ajourned to the main
ball a delightful program was rendered
as follows: Piano solo, Majorie Knott,
.Minute conversations, Illustrated songs
Heading, Ida Carson, Alphabets, girls'
quartet , Ruby Senseney, France Tra-
via, Marjorle Knott, and Ethelyn Vow
rs. Games occupied the remainder of
the evening and It was a tired but hap
py and satlfled crowd of young people
tvIio wended their way home in the
-wee hours of the morning.
Those present were: Misses Bess
Palmer, Harriet Vilas, Merle Nlnlrae,
Amte Young, Nellie Nixon, Helen Ro
berts, Elva Lewte, Pearl Wbltely,
Opal Whltely, Anna Headburg, Bessie
"Webb', Winnie Beavor, Wanna McKin
soy, Edythe Holconibe, Ida Carson,
Florence Furuset, Bee Holbrook, Mar
jorle Knott, Rwby Senseney, Jessie
JUthburn, Cortrude Williams, Dora
Nelson (CpburK). Ethelyn Powers,
yapco TralPf .Kvelyn Ayr, Venlta
Morrison, Fern Travis, Mrs. HonuT
Davis, and Messers: Clinton Conley,
Roy Cairns, Ivan McKInney, Elbe Sig
nor, Paul Myers, Orlo Nettleton, Har
vey Collins, Harry Nixon, Tom Nixon,
Gerald Morrison, Walter Dimm, Ray
Vincent, Virgil Slgnor, Bonner Gar
rett, Howard Cotton, Roy Vincent,
Mr. and Mrs. WilkowskI, Mr. and Mrs.
E. E. Morrison, Rev. and Mrs. C. H.
Jensen, Mrs. Silas Gay, and Mrs. A.
Card of Thanks.
On account of not being able to
thank each one in person, we desire
to express to our good friends our
heart felt appreciation of their help
fulness, tender sympathies and beau
tiful floral offerings in our recent be
reavement. WELBY STEVENS and family.
The Sunday school will present its
Christmas program Saturday evening.
Sunday at 11:00 a.m. the subject will
be "The Babe of Bethlehem.' At 7:30
p. m. "Rightly Dividing the words."
The pastor will speak both morning
and evening., At the evening service
the quartette will render an anthem
"Come let us go to Bethlehem" C. E.
meets at 6:30 p. ni. Prayer meeting
Wednesday evening 7:30.
West Springfield, Dec. 20. Ora Neet
came from Portland Sunday afternoon
He will spend the Christmas holidays
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
NeeL He expects to return to his
work in Portland the first of the
Orville Collins of Gardner, Monta
na, arrived Saturday afternoon. Ho
reports 18 degrees below zero and
two feet of snow when he left Gard
ner on December 13th. He expresses
himself as having no desire to return
to the land of snow and ice.
Two Big Games On For Saturday Night
Bills are out advertising two basket
ball games which promise to be exclt-1
ing. These are the Booth-Kelly Sec-;
ond team versus the Eugene Y. M. O,
A. Intermediates, which will begin I
at 8 o'clock tomorrow night, and a .
game between tho Booth-Kelly Flratj
team and the Elmlrct high school
which will be played Immediately after
The old opera house will be the scene
of the local team's victories.
Christmas Exercises Sat. Eve. ....
The Christmas exercises of the Moth'
odlst church will be held Saturday
evening at the church. A Chrlntmay
boat will be the attraction this year
for the children and older neonlo. An
J Interesting program ls.betng prepared
and everybody is walcoroo to attend,
Big Closing Out Sale
Men's Clothing, Furnishing Goods, and Store Fixtures
All goods will be sold at cost and many items below cost.
We will absolutely quit business and everything must be sold
SUITS AND OVERCOATS OVERALLS, Qood 9 oz. Denim
All $15.00 Suits now $9.50 Regular $1.25 Overalls now 95 cents
All $12.50 Suits now $8.00 Regular $3.00 work Trousers now $2.00
$1250 and $15.00 Overcoats now $10.00 $1.25 Khaki now 90 cefUs
$3.00 Slickers $2.10 $1.50 Khaki now $1.00
Tin Coats $1.65. ' Tin Trousers $1.65 $1.75 Khaki now $1.20
60c wash Shirts 40 cents Shirts and Drawers, the 60c kind 40c
$1.00 wash Shirts 80 cents $1.00 Union Suits 75c
Good wool Shirts $1.00 and up . $1.50 Union Suits $1.10
$5.00 Logger Shirts $3.75 50c Summer Underwear 35c
Lumberman's Mittens, regular 75c for 55c . $1.00 Summer Underwear 75c
SWEATER COATS and JERSEYS MISCELLANEOUS
$1.50 Sweater Coats $1.00 ' All 25c Hose 19c
$2.75 Sweater Coats $1.75 . 50c Sinc Hose 35c or 3 pr $1.00
$2.00 Jerseys $1.25 . wp.
$3.00 Jersey. $2.10 $1.25 Dress Gloves 75c
$6.50 Dinner Coats $4.00 - All 15c Collars 10c
Bathing Suits 38c, 55c and 65c ' AH 50c Neckties 40c
DRESS SHIRrS ' HATS and CAPS
$1.50 Dress Shirts $1.05 ' All $3.00 and $3.50 Mallory Hats 2.00
$1.00 Dr!.?steihiF?enchC cuff 80c 5.00 Hats .7S
Shirts with collars on 75c to $1.50 All Caps at one-half price
Sale Will Commence Wednesday Morning, December 20
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C. E. SALES, Toggery, Springfield, Ore.