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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1919)
FRIDAY, DKCICMnim 12, 1010.
Day and night service.
THE Sl'HING FIELD
OR. EUGENE KESTER
Office Phone 82
Home Phone G7-M
(Just returned from service.)
DR. W. H. POLLARD
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Fnonet: Off lea 20-J; Res. 2lM
9 a. m. to 12 ni. 1:30 p. m. to 5 p. m.
DR. S. RALPH DIPPEL
HIGH SCHOOL TAKES
UP PHYSICAL CULTURE
Physical training was begun In the
high school Monday morning, Mr.
Roth taking charge of the boys ami
Miss Machen taking charge of the
girls. This is required in every school
under one of the new school laws and
Is being taken up with a good will.
We wish that we might have a hall
for this exercise, however and hopo
that when all doubt concerning the
basket bull hall has been settled that
we may take advantage of it for this
Routine of High School Broken.
The regular routine of the high
! school was most rudly broken into
Wednesday morning by the fact that
the fire in the assembly hall abstv
f lutely refused to burn, due perhaps to
the conditions of weather. The pupils
were told to go to the different class
rooms and make themselves as com
fortable as possible during their study
periods, as bodily comfort comes '
above all other things.
was drawn up among the different or
ganizations for the use of said build
ing for basketball playing but the W.
(. W. did not accent it and art draw
ing up one to suit themsulves. Let's j
hopo it Is satisfactory for all con-,
cernod. for there aro a few tenuis
wishing to play S. II. S. In the near'
Vivian Sensency has been
from school for n few duys.
DR. N. W. EMERY .
Button Bldg. . Phone 20-J
Residence Phone 129-W
Jess IjirrL-ion. a former student. Is
home on a visit from Washington
where he 1ms been working. . '
It rained 'goat feathers" Tuesday
morning and S. II. S. grew wool.
In history Mona
Hot h. I don't know
first of this book."
beans u limit
L. H. RAMSEY
Perfect Fit Guaranteed First
Class Material Best Wcrkman
Ship Main Street Springfield
between 3rd ami 4th - Oregon
Last week a meeting was conducted
by the boys, on athletic lines. They
elected .Harry Hughs manager of ath
letics and Ashel Fish captain of the
i basketball team. A committee of five
i were appointed to draw up rules and
'.qualifications for players.- They were
as follows: Ilell Powell, chairman;
Mr. Roth. Ernest Korn. Merit Mc
pherson. Hary Hughs.
Mr. Roth: "Then you're all right.
This book dnesnt pertain to beans."
This snow is hnnl on the girls' com
plexions, as very few drug stores will
guarantee against water, and the boys
are death on the Idea of washing the
hands and facj often.
After aworklng hard to dean up the
W. (. W. hall which they thought they
wit" to get for high school purposes,
the committee went to get their lease
siKlied and the Woodman committee
refused to sign it Moral: He more
business like and get the hall before
you (lean it.
Of all dKuicrceuhle things! Dorothy
Cirnid is quite peeved bemuse Mr.
at her. He
to Superintendent Hamlin for the mir-i ,lav '"'' trying to look at two
Vote of Thanks.
The girls of Springfield high school
wish to extend their heartfelt thanks Hailey looked crosseyed
I ror which has been placed
j front hall.
PARLOR . .
FRED G. LEMLEY PropY, .
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing, Dye
ing, Hats blocked, Suits mad to
. measure- - .
Main Street , . Springfield
between 3rd and 4th Oregon
JOHN E. EDWARDS
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
Corner ' Springfield
Main and Third Oregon
CHAS. L. SCOTT at
First National Bank
D. W. ROOF
FIXE WATCH REPAIRING A
FRANK A. DEPUE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Building . Oregon
When you patronize Springfield's
leading bank the First. National
you deal with a city, county, state
and national depository. Are you
safe? Well, yes, I guess so.
. Deafness Cannot Be Cured
b)r local application. aa they cannot reach
(be dlxaatd portion of th ear. There la
Mir one way to cure drarnraa, and that la
toy conatltuttonai r- ue-riia- Deafneaa la
cauaed by an Inflamed condition of the mu
coua lining of the Kuatachlan Tube. Wteie
thla tub la Inflamed you hare a fumbling
aouitd or Impecffirt bearing.-and when It la
entirely cloaed, Dratuaa la the reault. and
unleaa tha Inflammation ran be taken mi
and thla tube r ator-d to Ita normal condi
tion, hearing will be deairoy-d forever: nine
aaea out of ten are rauaeil b Catarrh,
which la nothing but an Inflamed condition
of tha mucoua aurfacea
We will give One Hundred Dollara fnr any
eaa of IVafneaa (cauaed by cainrrhi that
cannot be cured by If alia Caterru Cure,
end for clrculara. free.
r. J. C'H EN KT A CO., Toledo. Ohio.
old by Orugglaia. 76c
faJM alalia amity fills (or ooaallpatlon.
Loujs Giblm is bark to school after
three days absence.
The domestic art girls are making
Christmas presents this week ami th"
domestic science classes are going to
make randr for the next few days.
Christmas Is coming! The Spring
field high school students are quite
sure of that from the fact that they
had to come to school in the snow.
The rooniB are also decorated in the
Christinas plant, mistletoe.
Miss Roberta Wilson, editor of the
. H R. Tattler, has survived an at
tack of smallpox and is now back In
school enjoying the trying situation
of making up back work.
The bookkeeping class have opened
their boxes containing all kinds of
business papers and books. This new
! feature has caused the class to take
on an air of great Importance.
The members of the advanced j
stenography class are getting some I
real office training now. Besides the
letters for transcribing they have oth
er long articles quite frequently.
There seems to be some doubt as to
whether we shall have a basketball
hall. However, it Is hoped that we
shall soon know definitely.
Ethel Paden returned to school
Molly Doane has returned to school
after an absence . of a week on ac
count of smallpox.
Uhoda Jack has returned to school
after a weeks absence on account of
The brave athletes of the high
school are to meet the second Goshen
athletes team t his coming Friday
night at Goshen.
Gladys Edwards has been absent
from school for a couple of days on
account of illness. '
Several of the alumni of S. II. 8.
Visited school last week.
The girls are starting a fad now of
wearing mistletoe hi their hair.
Grace Shahan has returned to
school after being absent for nearly a
week. We are glad to have her with
The" lease for the W. O. W. hall
pretty girls at once.
Just listen to this:
hany has found her '
knight" at last.
Ashel Kish is the head hank clerk in
the bookkeeping class.
Any one ;in tell It Is the end of
i this six weeks if tl.ey will tome up to
j tin- typewriting room and see how
I mine pupils are working at about
I 4 in.
Th' bookkeeping class of the high
school is now getting down to the
real "dope" and there in a certain
table in this said class that Is sur
rounded by boys; there has been so
many arguments every time their ac
counts don't balance or some figurej
are wrong that they have decided to
all conn Unite a little money and buy
a bookkeeping machine or hire a pro
fessional bookkeeper to settle the
XM AS SUGGESTIONS
FOR THE MOTORIST
Weeds iu llkl-O-Skltl UoKtilar and Extra lleuvy.
A few lit stock at irken rlKt.
From $r.f)0 to $7.25, put on your car.
$7.00 and up. Save your radiator from a wreck.
$4.00 put on. These aro "Ileal Insurance."
Keep the rain out of the car.
FORD COIL PROTECTORS:
Protect your colls from dampness.
"Yours For Better Service."
Phone 1 1 Main St., bet. 4th d5th
Gel tthe Genuine P-TTx) T
KODEUT 11LUN8 Lodge, No
78, A. M. K.. Ancient as'
Accepted (Scottish Rite Unl.
v.rsnl and Symbolic Frej
Masons meets first and thlru
Friday evening In W. O. Vt
ball. Visiting brothers we
I .en Clark
News, $1.75 per year In advance.
it W. M,
arguments that may arise. Asulie) -'(hh lug tlin inclining of the word respond):
"If you responded to a Ited Croat
drive by refusing to give money It
would dot be u respond."
Vet ta l.altue, who seems to be
afraid I hut she will not psss In the
six week exaiiis. brought some yeaat
li school Him other day for the very
important purpose of rulsing hef
We have Interesting topics to div
cusm iu history HI llie.no days. Ikirothy
(Irani thinks that she can prove that
the world Is a globe by gazing over a
book at Mr. Il.iiley. Kiiunu Travis dis
agrees. Want Ads.
Wanted: Junior girls are wanting
to know who lionali Vorris hud out
Ford riding Sunday.
Wanted: An eraser to use In typ
Slid Italph Love say thai they know
where they tan get a good adding ma
chine Very cheap. Ralph ami "Crub"
leets aigm-d one whole period on one
column of figures and they found out
afterwards that they were both wrong
and so I myself am in favor of an
lidding machine or something to set
tle their daily "racket" so the rest
of us ean study a little. We'll all
watch their "smoke."
If a prize were to be given to the
one In bookkeeping having the most
papers on the floor and desk It Is be'
lleved that Oeorge Klgnor would get
Mr. Koih Is continually asking.
"Wliy does It snow?" Cue of his brave
little general scieuce pupils In think
ing it over derided that it was be--aii'
Christinas Is coming.
Miss Dei Pinner (in Knglish, discuss
(Con! Mined on Cage 7.)
Are entirely off the market, and for that
reason will have none for the Xmas trade
OUT will take this opportunity to
attention to my line of
21 all ILmJl JJm
which will be in my window display in a few days
W. A. HALL SHOE STORE
FIRST CLASS SHOE REPAIRING