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TIIU SPRINGFIELD NEWS
filUIWPAY, MAV 2, 1618.
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Society Doings of the Season,
" " XER-TAlN"' 1 1 ' itrlondto, hc.r homo to help celebrnt
' .1P0H Di'U&fTER. y her moO-oa birthday. Crochet, fa
i .Mr, n&Mrs. M H. Park, who live W wfk knitting woro enjoyed
.?Brciti bwea Mill and Second. 1 "rougnout tio afternoon. Tho rooms
': nvw&MTiy last Friday In honor of ' WW PrJngko with dogwood bios1
ikcif daVtfiler. M(m Ooldlfc'Rark. . It . 80m8 carnations and rosOB. Delicious
aJidr .tibte6th bfrtkday ani,J refreshment woro' served. Thoso at
,. sary.. Tfte, Vtac w apeat playing tending brought soveral nlco Rlftai
gafe.oa, by, .i'iKxiallskL At ton Tho 'ollowlng ladles were proso'aY:.
itdockv daiaty . refreshments woro Mrs- Suo Qn Mrf- J W. Coffin Mrs.
served. A. number of nice presents
were,'rcejyed... Thoso present were:
Evelyn Coon, Ellen Web, Hazel Brat
tain,, Tbolma Starks, Vcralta Morri
son, Vivian ScnBeney, Flaud Town
send, Cornelia. Hutchinson, Vesta
Xennles. Emma Smith. Phvllis Kester. I
JKadgo Warner Donna. Warner, "Ruth J Thorpe of Eugone.
anoniz, ports amm, 1,1 man isaKor,
Julfa A. Kennedy, Mrs, Anna Knox;
Mrs. D. W. Roof. Mrs. M". M. Peon
Mrs. A. P.. McKenzlo, Mrs. Earl Stow
art. Mrs." J. M. Wlthrow. Mrs. O E.
Swarts,NMrs. IU W. Smith, Mrs, W. vfj
Hutchinsoh, Mrs. Geo. W, SteWartl-'
.. . . . . . ... i. a,
airs, lemia uyenara anu Mrs. C. Ai"
Gladys. Neetyunv ' Lula .Edwards,
Sladys Edwards, Ethel Howard, Amy
Coy, Goldto Park, Frank Qoddard
Cleo Starks, Kenneth and Winona
Park, Ernia, Lila and Herald God
iard. Mrvand Mrs. SX..M. Gpddanl, Mr.
. and Mrs Tpni Goddanl, .Mr.nnd Mrs.
, .H. Park . ., , , 4 ;
NEIGHBORS OP WOOD-' " -r
CRAFT ! ENTERTAIN ' - i
Tho Neighbors of Woodcraft enter-
' sained in a royal manner the members
f the W. O. W. lodge Thursday
evening in the Woodman hall. An
excellent program was rendered as
fellows: Instrumental solo, Ellen Lam
bert; recitation, Mrs. Cora Hlnson;
ang. Vivian .Seaseney; recitation.
JTorence-Kozer; whistling solo, Mrs.
fiddle .Nelson; recitation, Sybil West-
fall; dialogue; -After a Fashion." Mrs.
Lilly Kizer, Mrs. Nina McPhereon and
STorence Ki'ier; instrumental solo.
Marjoria Ruddiman; duet. Waive Pet-
arson and LucIIe Richmond; instru
mental solo, Iva Hill; reading Nell
JTelson. About 100 people attended
and a pleasant social hour followed
the program. Light refreshments
were served. The evening of May 22
the ladies will give a program and a
charge will be made the proceeds of
...which will bo turned Into the Red
OR HAS PICNIC
Saturday afternoon at 2:00 the
wembers of the Christian Endeavor
society of this city met at the church
where cars were waiting to take them
fcnpicnlc- grounds near Hayden Bridge.
The delightful-affair was-arranged by
Ihe members of one side of a contest
Being conducted in. the society, in hon
or of the other side. . The contest
will not end. until the' last of this
Hionth. Rev. J. S. McCallum, pastor.
Is leader of the side entertaining. Mrs.
Meta Sneed Is the leader of the other.
Zvery one in the party, girls included,
dressed in overalls, and everyone car
ried his and her own lunch. A good
crowd attended and a splendid time
was enjoyed by all. DUrmg the even
lag. the plcnicers sat around a big fire
andftald stories , while baseball was
the diversion.- of tte afternoon.
IS JIOSTSS FOR
Mrs. D. S. Beals pleasantly "enter
tained' the members of the PrtscJlla
club at the homo of Mrs. Norwood Cor
Friday afternoon. Music by tho host
ess was enjoyed." Fancy work was tho
diversion of tho afternoon. Dainty re
freshments were served by the hotsesa
Thoso attending were Mrs. "Riley Sriod
grass.. Mrs. Paul J. Brattaln, Mrs.
lAnna Knox, Mrs. I. D. Larimer, Mrs.
Norwood Cox, Mrs. Wm. L. Rouso,
Mrs. Wm. Donaldson, Mrs. N. L. How
ard, Mrs. A. P. McKenzIe, and Mrs.
Albert Perfect and Mrs. B. C. Eaton
Miss Coffin's Juntor class of girls
and. JSam Bartholomew's Junior class
of bays gave a basket soc,a- -n the
church parlors of the Methodist
church, Tuesday night The baskets
were auctioned off by Charles Kirk,
and the sum of $4 was realized. This
will be applied on the church pledgo
of these classes, and will leave only
a few dollars yet to bo raised by them.
After the baskets were auctioned off
and their contents eaten, games were
indulged in for a short time. The
oung people then enjoyed a thcatro
party, visiting the Bell theatre.
Rev. M. B. Maddert 'Speaks oh
. JyWp,an&'Mlljlorfc rVfotanint;
Tells of Conditions liVOrient
Roy. M. B . Madden .of Eugene, re
turnod missionary from Japan, spoko
Sunday morning n this filty -at the
Christian church on tlH! men. and mill
Rev. Madden told'' of the principles
back of this movement, why It was
started and what it was to accomplish.
Tho men who volunteer thctr sewtces
during this drlvo will bo usod for
missionary work both ' home . and
abroad, and tho money will go to sup
port thoso missionaries and to help
out tho Bible colleges nil over tho coun
try. ' The war Is working a terrlbto
hardship on these colleges, and sororal
of them would havo had to close their I
uuuiB ueiuru una woro it uoi lor me
holp given by this movement.'
Each Christian church and commun-
lly .has, Ms. quota to rnlno and this
t. !' J1 1 ..., .....
several stales havo ratsod their quota
IWv. Madden- also1 spoke about the'-
groat need far thoso missionaries and
friends Ho back thorn. Tho number
orinmfstcrslndooreBtitK alt tho time
ahdvlthotft MOlWyMAlfV of tho-lilhln
poUcgea wHl'lmve to closo their doors,
and win no longer bo ablo to furnish
ministers nd mlsfllpnarlck. Money
to support them Is also badly needed
Conditions In Japan are' such that tho
Jnpanojio government has requested
us not to send thorn any moro mission
arlca. unices wo can sond thopf fully
oqulppod wltli funds for their work.
Much of tho work nbroady, accomplish
cd' by our workersVn Japniit bo lost
if wo nave to stop tho work for nwhllo.
And It will havo to bo stopped If funds
cannot bo raised. Tho conditions nru
practically tho snmo in all tho coun.
tries to which wo send missionaries.
Jt ls to savo tho work already ac
complished, and to push It on as much
as possible, that the 1'Mcn ntid Mill
ions" movement Is for.
April 25. Cotnirg lloino OtiSVd. llolil,
their, wpoly drill nsl Sunday, at 2:pQ
oclockt with seven squads on, tho
tlold, and lnstruotud by officers frotn
tho Kugono Homo Guard,- Thoro
now nit enrollment of novontv five niid
wfll apjirdfTch Tiio hutuifed mnrk'wlt-
In tha next two weeks. ,
Coburg has received their honor flag
for over subscribing their quota In the
Third Liberty Loan, but tliofcontroVer
sy between Moslcr, Oregon Mr a na
tional speaker, has not yet boon sot
An entertainment wan Riven by the
schobXand tho proceeds excluding ex
penses woro given to tho Red Croats.
Tho High school service flag with
fourtoou stars and made by tha C. II.
S. girls, was dedicated by O. K.Aldrlch
chairman of tho Board of Directors,
whoso son was ono of tho first to loavo
his high school work and nnswor tho
call of his country.
Tho Seniors of tho C. II. S. nro now
rchcrslng tho play. "All on Account of
Polly,' which thoy will present to tho
public In about two weeks.
ClnrWic AH(thrs6n who has been
etlftt?:iltern.fepiC nicmth U now
?iJ'JeH' '.WoKoffhiu putchnsod a new
Ford, and b now .bettor able (o do
more efflcont work In, his Jitney sorv
leh'fd'i' tha cltv.
I 'Biy vFox who' lihs recently been
called to tho colors, will loavo ror duty
' Btella' and Floyd f'air left Monday,
(or Tacotna. WsBjilnjttopf where they
will bo employed ln government work
during tho sutnmor months.
Mr. and Mrs. Loo Sldwoll made a
')uslnbss trfp to Eugene Friday.
Kathleen Mnddox ."Keops the Home
Fires llumlng" on a brand now piano,
Beit , Romedy for Whooping Cough.
"Last winter when my llttlo boy
had tho whooping cough I gavo him
Chntuborla'n'sCouRh Itomcdy," writes
Mrs. J. B. Roborts, Enst St. Louis. Ill,
"It kept his cough looso and rellovod
him of thoso dreadful coughing spoils.
It Is tho only cough luodlctiio I keep
In tho .house because I havo tho most
confidence In It." This remedy Is
also good for colds and croup, adv.
Several of the younger set enjoyed
a delightful affair held Thursday ev
ening la the Peery-Wlnzenrled hall.
A number of high school boys were
the hosts. Music and games made
ip the evenings entertainment.
Mrs. M. Crawford and Mrs. J. Cas
teel arrived home from San Francisco
Tuesday evening, whero they have
been visiting for the past two weeks.
Mrs. M. C. Childs, who accompanied
them as far as Medford, stopped offi
there to visit with her brother, A. L.
W. J. Lee and family of Springleld
have moved into the house north of
the one occupied by the Collins fam
ily on the Goshen road.
I Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Collins, who
nave ueen living on tienuerson ave
nue at West Springfield, have moved'
to- Gardiner, Montana, having left
here with their household goods Sat-
JUNIOR CLASS EN
The members of the Junior class In
the high school delightfully entertain- OHver . . B
sft th Senior class Tuesday evening ' , ,, c., . .... . ,
n West Springfield that was formerly
'occupied by Ben Yates, and Is keep
ing "bachelor's hall" there. Ho has
Tsrylf If' it r f7 n f at lit vdon Tl vll cm Tka i
young people met at the school house
.t-efttfwBera a big hay rack awaited jem l nt In the nooth.Ke,,y m, ,
..... w iiigu ucniiuaiiuiii
Upon their arrival a huge bon-fire was
Bgfited and tho young people spent
the evening around this. Delicious
Logger Severly Injured
Walter Boggs, an employee at the
Tefreshments of sandwiches, buna, j Highland logging camp at Lowell sus
pfckles, cookies and marshniallows , talned serious Injuries Friday when a
were served by the Juniors. There cable broke and while flying over a
were 30 members of the two classes ' S struck him throwing him 25 feet.
present. At a late hour they Journeyed
ffnmoward, tired but happy, the Sealant-,
voting the 'Juniors capital enter
tainem. The members of the Junior
committee in charge of the affair
were Audrey Perkins, chairman, Jean
Fischer, and Ben Davidson
This- members of the Chrysanthe
mum Club were pleasantly entertained j
yesterday afternoon at. the. home of
Mrs. J, J. Bryan in. this city. The a'ter
Both legs were broken above the knee
and his left arm was broken Just below
the shoulder. His chest was crushed
besides receiving Internal Injuries. Ho
was quickly brought to a local physl
clan and X Ray pictures were taken,
after Whlcli he was taken to the
Mercy hospital In Eugene where he
now lies In an extremely critical con
lltlon. His family resides at Harri-
Leave for Fort McDowell.
Herbert Piatt, a. young man residing.
rtden was spent.with needle work, and'on Springfield fyral Route No. 2, ap.
dainty refreshments were served by peared before the county exemption
fliM'hfistess. Guests .were: Mrs Jim ! boaru" this week and asked Uiat his
Cfttrk' of Independence-and Mrs. Eliza- lordcr number in the selective draft be
advanced and that ho be sent out with
the contingent to leave Eugeno today.
Howard Woods of Eugene, Mrs. Hazel , Thirteen men will leave thlB after-
noon at 1;50 for Fort McDowell, Cal.
Among those leavJng arp Burrell Ul
rich Slavens, Leaburg; Robert Clark
betb; Stxrwart. Club members present
were: Mrs. B, A. Washburne, Mrs,
Stewart, Mrs. F. A. Dp Pue and Mrs.
Tad Luckey of Eugene.
VanValzalu Springfield; Franklin
Wayne Sears, Camp Nq. 10, Wendtlng
Honoring MrsH, L: Stewart Friday Norman George Kloster, Dexter; Her-
itornoon, Mrs. J. H. Seavoy inylted bert Piatt, Springfield, BQU.to No, 2,
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