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THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
MONDAY. JANUARY IB, 1017.
Society Doings of the Season
FORMER SPRINGFIELD .CHRYSANTHEMUM
hint. MAimiKS ' CLU11 MEETS
I A wedding oMntcrcst to Wtllamctto Mrs- J- B Stewart was hostess to
talloy folk occurred Wednesday, Janu-, the members ot the Chrysanthemum
hry 10, at high noon at thd homo ot club Tuesday afternoon at her coiy
Iho brldo's parents. Mr. and Mrs. 8. , "" on K atroot. The nrtornoon was
II. Dill of Dolpn TOU station, vrncn "f-
Ihnlr vAiineoat dauBhter. Mls9 Flora . '"n was sorvcu. mrs. j
Lnir, mil bPcntnn the brldo of Mr. D. Larimer. Mrs. M. M. l'ecry and
Prank Thomas, The bride wore hor M" Ellxaboth Stowart woro guest-
rt.. ,iintv white frock of the afternoon. Club members pro-
Mrs. Thomas attended Washington sent wore: Mrs. T. C. Luckey. Mra.
high school In Portland for some tlmo P. A DePue. Mrs. U M. Uoobo, and
find was a graduate of .tho Eugene ufcu.
high school In June. 1916 Mr .Thorn- mkbtino-5k
is Is a graduate ot tho Tillamook high ( pnISC,LLA CLUD
cnooi anu is i prowi - -, Tho pj.,,, club mot nt tllQ honw
Jnduatry at cramrca wnoro of Mrs. j. M. WUhrqw Frldny nflor.
peopio wm rao noon Tne usun, pastlnl0 ot 80wn
? Drier noneymoon w .u,vw .. mdu, , ,n unt R ,nto hour A
Cresham. aim s me cp- two.courso ,uncheon wa8 served. Mrs
jam oi iue si" " c. A. Arehnrt. of LaFayetto. was n
pui team m m.s ,u luo guest q( club Th(j pre
fsent were Mrs. John C, Farkor, Mrs,
I Paul Brattnln, Mrs. I. D. Larimer, Mrs,
NEEDLECRAFT CLUB MEETS Wm Donaldson. Mrs. D S. Beals. Mrs.
Mrs. II. E. Walkor entertained Wm Rouse. , Mrs. Walter Korndon.
twelre members of the Needlecraft Mre w c Rcbhan aml Mrs. A. V.
club and four additional guests at her . uCKenzle.
.homo on North B street last Thura-
iay afternoon. As usual, the ladles PARTY FOR MRS. LANE
passed tho tlmo with fancywork and j Miss Vera Perkins was hostess for
.conversation. Mrs. w. t wainer n aolIgUtful "whist' party at her Homo
assisted the hostess In serving tho do
Jlclous two course refreshments. The
next club meeting wlil be held with
Mrs. O. H. Jarrett at the lattcr's home
on Fifth street near E. " Club mem
bers present last Thursday were:
Mesdamos A. M. Beaver, Milton Bally.
O. H. Jarrett, Carl Fischer, W. K.
Tollard, J. E. Richmond, Mae Steven
son, R, U Kirk. W. F. Walker, R. P.
Mortensen. J. P. Fry, Robert L. Drury,
and H. E. Walker. Additional guests
were: Mrs. Silas Gay, Mrs. Hannah
Hill, Mrs. Vina McLean, and Mrs. W.
& F. C'S AND PHILATHEANS
GIVE A PARTY
A- party was given by the C. F. C.'s
and Philatheans of the Methodist Sun-
day school at the home of Mrs. Van
on Fifth and G streets Friday even
ing, In-honor ot Mrs. J. H. Lane, for
merly Mrs. Myrtle Soronsen, ot Silver
Lake. A three course luncheon was
a much-enjoyed feature of the even
ing. Those presonl wero Mrs. Land,
Miss Marjorie Machen, Miss Lola Burr,
and Miss Vera Perktns.
ACTIVITIES OF OTHER"
Coburg, January 12. II. M. Ander
son motored to Eugene Wednesday on
Elvin Taylor transacted business in
Valzah on Second street Saturday town Tuesday.
.evening at which all tho old game3 Mr. and Mrs. Dug Wasson were In
Including Rook were played. Th- Eugene Monday,
refreshments consisted of ice cream, e. Durfllnger of Eugene was In Co
cake, punch and toasted nfarshmallows burg Tuesday.
Those present Included: Mrs. Van ( Tom Van Duyn was a business cal-
Valzah. Alberta Parvln, Ella Boescn, ier jn Eugene Tuesday.
Eunice Parker, Anna Bldwellt Dutcq A council meeting was hold in tho
Fischer, Lillian Mulligan, Ona McKay, city hall Tuesday evening.
Ruth Lonsberry. Doris iSikes, Edna Mrs. L. Losy has been 111 for tho
'West Sldo, January 13. Mr. Doil
nldson Is putting up a now barn which
adds much to tho appearance ot his
Mrs. Clarn Upton of Nowborg, spent
Sunday with her friend, Mm, Clam
Mrs. Upton has been In SprltiglloM
otto week In tho Intorest ot tho l.ouHo
Homo In Portland. Sho has tnknn
ono girl to tho homo tram Springfield
this past wcok and has been Instru
mental In securing tho arrest of tho
stepfather. Mrs. Upton will remain
in Springfield for somo tlmo In the In
terest of this good work.
Mra. Kofklo, a roMtlmit of Coburtt
for many yeans, dlod nt her homo
after n brief lllnoss, Thursday morn
ing. Sho Is survived by a hunbaml
and son ot (his oily and n daughter
of South Dakota.
Camp Crook January 13.-J. A. Crab
tree made a business trip to Donna
Hoy Q. Penny was a visitor at Wal
torvllte Thursday evening.
Lester Nyo was In Donna on busi
J. 1C. Platts was In Sprlngfled o.
business this wcok.
Inia Crnbtroo was In Sprlngflsld
Thursday having somo dentil work
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Stephens spe.t
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charted
Atl'Dny Session of Grange.
Sprlugtlold grnngo No. 373 mot Sat
urday for nn all-day session, at which
time, Mr.'Kumwnlt, of Irving gra'ngo,
tnstnlled tho following ofllcors! Mas
ter, 0. O. Mcllco; overseer, Phillip
Sand; lecturer, Lily Klxor; steward,
Chns. Miller; chaplain, P. II, Emory;
treasurer, S, K. Mclloo; assistant ste
ward, S. E. McUco; gnto kcepor, J.
R. McPhnrson. Four membors from
Irving grange wero present.
BANK REELECTS OFFICERS
Commercial State Hat Annual Meet
ing; Year Past Satisfactory.
For Sals, Rent, Wanted, Etc.
DR. N. W. EMERY
SUTTON BLDQ. . PHONE SO-J
Dr. ADALINE KEENEY FERRIS
Homoopathlo Physician and Surgeon
Omco, Baptist PnrsomiKo
Corner Second nnd C Strouts
HOURS: 8 TO IK. PHONE 4b
CAREFUL CONSCIENTIOUS .
DR.J. E. RICHMOND
PHONES Office, 3; Residence, 116-J
i i pi . i
over uommeromi Dunn,
WANTED -Man to cut wood and ralo
potntocB on shares call on W. Knlck
erbockor, Deadman's Forry, 3 mlloi
north ot Springfluld, 2ts.
WANTEDSecond hand organ In
good condition. Prlco to bo ronaon
able. Phono 14 F-14, D. J. Bonis
LOST: Pair double
case, largo glass.
lens glnsses In
Rotuni to Now.i
Piatt, Ruth Scott, Chloie Wolley, Aud
rey Perkins, Edna Duryee, Avis Thom
pson Lois Male, S. Y. Bartholomew.
past week; she is Improving slowlv
Members of the Coburg Are depart
Fred Stump Floyd Bartlett, Verdon ment met In the city hall to transact
May, John Dlmm, Frank Hardie, Er- business Monday evening
nest Moe, James Lewis, Norman Byrno
Gordon Byrne, Floyd Nystrom, Rus
sell Dlmm, Bill . Hill, Jerry Vim Valzah,
Luciene Fegles, Herbert Moore, and
MT. VERNON THIMBLE
i The Mt. Vernon Thimble club mot
at -the home of Mrs. L. L. Westfall
Thursday afternoon oflast week. The
ladies enjoy an all day meeting usual
ly passing the time away in the after
noon with quilting or some other pas
time. A splendid dinner at 12 o'clock
was served. Those attending were:
Mrs. Alvah Armltage, Mrs. Alex Ste
vens, Mrs. Harry Withers, Mrs. J. P
McPherson, Mrs. Lee Davis, Mrs. Alvah
Armltage, Mrs. Alex Stevens, Mrs.
Harry Withers, Mrs. J. R. Steven.
Officers of tjic I. O. O. F. were in
stalled at tho last meeting Saturday
Mrs. T. Hurden was in Eugene last
Wm. Buttls motored to Eugene Thur
sday. Mrs. E. E. Crandall who has been
sick for the past month Is Improving
Mrs. L. Count waB fn SDringflell
last week visiting her daughter, Mrs.
The members of the Chrlstlanchurch
will give a basket dinner Sunday.
There will bo preaching morning, af
ternoon and evening by Reverend Roy
I Mrs. Skinner is confined to her bed
with la grippe.
Mrs. .H. M. Anderson was in Eugene
fra Xfarparot Pomanfor on if Mra
C 'i. Gorrie. Two members taken shopping Tuesday afternoon
Into the club were: Mrs. Dean J. Beals
and Mrs. John Griffin,
F,RIENDS CELEBRATE BIRTH
DAY OF MRS. P. W. GREEN
-M very enjoyable surprise dinner
was that enjoyed by. Mr. and Mr?.
P. W. Green and a number of the
local members of the local members
of Iuka post of the G. A. It', on last
Friday, the occasion being Mrs. Green'a
birthday. Mrs. Green was truly sur
prised, and the friends passed a very
happy day together. Thoso present
were: Mrs. Kathryn Horton, Mr. and
Mrs. Z, T, Mountjoy, Walter Mountjoy, ;
Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Maxwell, Mr. and '
Mrs. W. H. Halght, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Vincent, Mrs. Julia Godman, Mrs. Anna j
Huntley, Mr. and Mrs. C. Spencer,
Mrs. C. H. Green and children, of Eu
gene, and Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Green.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pirtlo motored
to Harrlsburg Thursday.
Joy Hopkins, Wm. Klncart, and J.
J. Miller transacted business in town
I Bud Woods who has been 111 for
some time Is able to be up now,
i Many hundred pounds of wire ar
rived here yesterday for the Installing
of the new telephones.
Ray Leach was In town today on
i Mrs. King has been sick with '
grippe for some time.
Mrs. T. Van Duyn was In Eugena
Thursday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Anderson and
family motored to Springfield Sunday.
"PROGRESSIVE 22" MEETS
The regular monthly meeting of the
degree staff of tjie local Rebekah
lodge, the "Progressive 22" was held
at the Mill and C street home of Mra.
Thurston, January 12. Newt Stow
ell of Portland and Mr. Wplker of
Texas visited at the home of Mr. an l
Mrs. Perry Edminston, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs, Frank Taylor went
to Eugene Sunday to be with Mm,
Joo Towler, who underwent a surgical
operation at the Mercy hospital.
Dr. W. C. Rebhan was called to tho
home of Mr. and Mrs. George Piatt,
W, F. Walker on Friday evening. MiE3
Alice Kester assisted Mrs. Walker In ', Thursday, their little sop, Willie, be
w..tn .nA.t.MnMn . 1. t ' ... ,1. , ..... .
iug very m wuu uroncuiai pneumonia
serving refreshments at the close of
te,iJpyablo evening. The next meet
kff'wilf be held with Mrs, H. E. Wal
ker at hor home on Mill and B streets
Those bf the Progressive's"- who wero
prasant .Friday evening, were:, Me3
darnes M. Bally, William Donaldson,
Anna Glendenrilng,.'H.A. Korf, Sllaa
Mrs. Charles Hastings entertained
at dinner, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. O.
A. McMahon and daughter, Elizabeth,
Mrs. Ross Mathews was hostess to
a little Barty Thursday in honor of
hoc daughter, Josephine, fourth birth
day. Light refreshments were florv-ed.
Jay H. E. Walker, . A McKinzey,
H. W, ColHns. Loe Clark,, Q. M.'Dorlty, j Mrs, Walter Edminston entertained
and W.'F. Walker. AddltlonaFguests as dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.
woro Miss Alice' KHsfer ooi Mrj Nor- J. Brown, 'and' llttlo son, Harry, Junior,
.wood Cox. . . . v Sunday. '
At tho annual meeting ot oftlcer.
directors, and stockholders of the Com.
merclal State bank, held In tho bank
ing rooms on Thursday evening, all
present officers and directors wero re
elected for tho ensuing year. "The
annual report showed a very satis
factory business for the year past.
Tho reelected officers are as follows
president, A. J. Perkins; vice presi
dent, M. M. Peery; cashier, O. B. Kos
sey; assistant cashier, F. L, Travis
Directors are: A. J. PorklnB, M. M.
Peery, O. B. Kessey, Welby Stevens,
and AI Montgomery.
"WANTED tor box factory, steady
work ono planormnn, three cut olf
men, three band sawyers, ono cir
Fruit Growers Supply Co., Hilt, Cal.
FARM LOANS At tho lowest rato
and on the easiest terms to bo had.
J. C. Holbrook, Springfield.
Meeting And Banquet Tonight.
Tiro M. E. Brotherhood will meet at
6:30 tonight at tho Methodist church.
Following which meeting, a banquet,
beginning at 7:00 o'clock, will bp en-
Joyed. Dr. E. S. Conklln, professor
of psychology nt tho University of
Oregon, will lecturo on tho subject of,
FOR INFORMATION regnrdlng home
stead entries In Central Oregon,
write enclosing stamped onvolopo to
A. O. King or D. D. Tusslng, Broth
COCKERALS FOR SALE: Whlto Leg
horn puro bred O. A. C. strain, six
months-old, $1.00 euch. Call ot 710
FOR SaLE Practically now Oliver
Typewriter number C. Machine Is
equipped with tabulator and back
spacor. It Is in good running order,
Call at tho Nows ottlco nnd have It
Tires at Cut Prices
TIiIb Is ono tiling wo uovor lll; wan to hoII Tiros at cut raloa.
Wo havo bargains In them without this.
Stoddard Dayton Garage
8th Avo. E 242 Phono 148 East of Hotol Osburn Half Block
Eugeuo FORD 8WITCH KEY SERVICE STATION NO. 1 OrtKu
Saturday, Jan. 20
The Musical Succcva of
Beauty, Fun and Fashion
"PUBS W A
..) Thro Acts By Chirlra Cuvlliler
frili From Ceaqacili la New Ycik, Boiteo tad Chlf i;o.
ItAUGHTEU-SONG HITS MUSICAL GEMS NOVEl,"
! L'sbtbotteii KHy nn I ttm p r.t of vout ynulh." fur J Kvnl Pt
NOTE Owing to the largo Cluarantoo thlH company de
mands for the playing one night Btands wo arc compelled
to scale all tho lower floor at $2.00v
MAIL ORDERS NOW, For $2.00 seatB only. All $1.00 and
$1.50 scats will bo sold In tho order of tho lino on tho
morning of the Box Ofllce Sale, Friday, January 19, 10 A. M.
Prices 2.00, $1.G0, $1.00 and $.50. Curtain 5:15 I M.
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