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TIIB SPRINGFIELD NEWS
THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1917.
ACTIVITIES OF OTHER
Mar 29, Mr. nul Mrs C. B. Crulj:
and Mrs. W. Trwttor from Junction
lty spent a fovr days this vreok visit
tog with frleiiJB horo.
Myrlan CnUg made a business trip
to Eugene Saturday.
Miss VliU Met, can and Charloa Step
iens were Eugene visitors Wednesday
Miss Francis Urown la visiting with
lrlcnds in Junction City.
Mr. and Mm Jim Baker and daugh
ter, Marie, spent Saturday and Sun
day visiting with rolatlves hero.
Mr.a nd Mi's. Gove and daughter
"Velum froiu Springfield spent Sun
day here visiting with Mr, and Mrs.
K. Masterson and family.
Larry Woods returned to his homo
at Junction City today after spending
a fow days up here visiting with Oren
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Chase are spend
ing a few days With friends in Eugene.
The Misses Mary Fountain and Eva
Mart from Wnltervlllo spent Sunday
horo visiting with Misses In in, Huby
and Lola Crnbtrce.
E. E. Urattaln, Kuth Urattaln, and
Edgar Urattaln went to Springfield
Lula Nyo went to Eugene Tuesday.
May 30 Clarence Anderson motor
ed to Eugene on business Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Nelson Jr. nuv
, torod to CorvalltB Monday.
J. J. Miller was a business caller
In tho city Monday.
A large number attended tho Patron
Teacher's meeting which mot In tho
school houso Tuesday evening. A
splendid program was rendered by
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor and Mrs.
H. M. Anderson nnd daughters, Misses
Elsie nnd Lily, attended the W. O. W.
picnic held in Junction City Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. A. Dlckorson of
Mnrcola visited ot the home of II. M.
Anderson Saturday and Sunday, re
turning Sunday evening.
Kay Plrtle motored to Eugene Mon
day on business.
Walter Drury motored to Eugene ,
Tho State Hank of thin city will
be closed today nnd tho business
houses will close at noon nnd remain
closed for tho rcinnludor of tho day
A legal holiday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Clark motored
to Eugcno Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sldwell motor
ed to Eugeno Sunday
GETS U. 0. HONOR EMBLEM
Randall Scott It Awarded Koyl Cup
For All-Round Fltneii
Randall Scott a Junior from tlih
city, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles L.
Scott, will be awarded tho Koyl cup
at the peace ceremony at tho Univer
sity of Oregon next Tuesday evening.
Tho, faculty committee In awarding
tho cup consists of Dean 1). W. Mor
ton, E. E. DoCou and C. II. Edmoud
sou. Tho Koyl cup Is awarded on tho
basis of scholarship, social activity,
athletics and other things that con
tribute to mnko a rounded-out man
To get It Isconsldered one of tho
highest honors that can be paid to a
student. Winners of tho cup In past
years havo been Herbert Lombard,
Leslie Toozo and Nicolas Juareguy
STUDENTS ENJOY PARTY
Tho domestic sclonco nnd manual
training classes of the Sprtngftold
high school report having a pleasant
stlmo at the homo of Miss Avis Thomp
son, Ust ntonday evening. The ovou
Ing was spent tu singing and enjoying
the special music by Mr. Dan Flshor
on the violin. About ten o'clock nn
loo cream "food" was partaken of,
nnd tho boys declared that the girls
were Huro some "cooks" If they had
frozen the delightful repast. Thoso
present who belong to tho olnssoB
were: Misses Ellen Lambert. Estel
ta Mnglll, Mattlo Sergeant. Avis
Thompson, and Messers. (lien Wooloy
Krnest Moo. (Soorgiv Williams. Harry
Hughes, Harry Fandrmn. and Invited
guests were Miss Edna Duryee, Mr.
Dan Fisher, and Mrs. L. Thompson.
Mrs. Cora lllnson nnd Mrs. Knt?
Ilrumtuetto woro Joint IiohIobhoh to
tho Pino Needle club at the homo of
Mrs. IIIiihoii Tuesday afternoon. Tho
following members woro proHuut: Mrs,
Rosa Montgomery, Mrs. Emily Nys
trout, Mrs. Delia Poturson, Mrs. Julh
TomsoUi, Mrs. Mlunln Olrurd, and
Mrs. Edith Larimer. (IuumIM were:
Mrs. I. D. Ixrson, and Mrs. Ella Frost.
Mrs. Nina McPherson entertains tin)
club at u special, meeting next Tumi
dity afternoon In honor of Mrs. Julh
Toinselh, who Im here from Weed,
Cnl. A noteworthy feature of Pino
Needle ineetlugH nowadays In that tin
?auso of thu war, refreshments aro
no longer served.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ilorton were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
Kgglmnnn yesterday, following tho
Memorial day exercises ut the cemo-tory.
ENJOY WIENER ROAST
Wieners and bread, pickles and
luarshmetlnws, proved to bo good eat
In' for n bunch of young folks who
(Mijojod a campflro lunch above tli'i
river brldgo last night. Tho party
Included: Norton Peugra, MIhh Iva
Hill, Oleu Woolley. Miss Audrey Perk
Ins, Rill Hill, Miss Maudo (lorile. Mlts
Heat rice llolbrook, ami Creed Unit-tain.
LOCAL V, O. HIONIORH
TO II E (1IVEN DINNER
Invitation signed by Ted fltownrt
and Roy Calms are out for a dinner
to bo Klvn ut the Pnhico of HwcuU
on Saturday owning In honor of tho
Hprlngflold graduates of tho Univer
sity of Oregon, Tho graduates nru:
Missus Lola llarr, Marjorlo Maclitm,
Vera Perkins nnd Mario Do Puo, nnd
Mr. ClluUm Conloy. Additional guests
for tho affair will bo Miss Esther
FuruNot.Noruinn Andorson.and Harold
Dr. and Mrs. Pollard woro dinner
gurstH at the homo of Miss Margaret
Morrlii last evonlng.
O. D, Ketsey'a Mother Dead
Word has been received horo of tho
death of Mrs. C. Keasey at Mllford,
Iowa, on Tuesday, at tho ago of Oil
years. Her son (). R. Kessey, of till
city who with it brother and his father
survive, was at his mother's bodsld't
when she died. It Is not known Jtict
when Mr. Kessoy will start homo with
Mrs. Kessey nnd their son, Dwlght.
who preceded him East some tlmo
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THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
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8th Ave. East 212 Phono MS
East of Hotel Ostium Half Block
Ford Switch Key Service Station No. 1
Wc wish to announce that we have moved to our
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we are In a position to give better service than ever
before. We also carry a complete line of
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Automobiles and Supplies
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E. Ninth and Pearl Sts. Eugcno, Oregon
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i X Also Rosea and Fruit from Aphis
. A 25c package of
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Makes six gallons of spray
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