The Scio tribune. (Scio, Linn County, Or.) 1919-19??, December 14, 1922, Image 5

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High School Notes
Notice is hereby given that the under-
•Mri.ed. as executor uf the last sill end
testament uf t.aura L. Ambruoe. de-
rea*<d. has filed in th-- county court uf
The K of P. basket ball team was
Ijnn county. Or«gun. hi« final account
ss such executor, and that said court I defeated by the High School team
ha* apmiiital Monday, the iMh day of
Iwc.-mbcr, ll»J2, at the hour of two • Tuesday. Dec &. in a hard fought
o’clock in the afternuun of said day as game at the new gpm
The final
the time for hearing objections to said
final account and the settlement thereof. score was 19 to 7 in the High
Any and all persons hating objections School's favor. The score was a 7
to said final account are hereby notified
to b«- present at «aid time in the county tn 7 tie at the end of the first half.
court room, in the court hou««- in the city | The K of p. team substituted fresh
of Albany, Linn Couuty, Oregon, and I iy but were unable to win even with
then amt then- make such object ions.
E D Mvxas.
standard as sixty new books
a.e r<c»-nt!y bun added
i-wr corns to get books as
well as school children
\ small crowd attended ths
Parent-Teachers meeting Thursday.
They held a discussion of the budget.
Don't forget the big double head­
er here Dec. 22. Both the boy's
and girl’s basket ball teams of Stay-
t> and Scio will meet in the new
gym on this date.
fresh men.
Executor of th. will and estate of
The assignment for 3rd year Eng­
I aura L., deceased.
lish. Wednesday was an oral discus­
lIiLX & M asks ,
sion of some local problem
Attorneys for Executor.
Attorney at Law
member of the class gave an inter­
esting talk.
An umbrella was found in the
gym after the game Friday.
The Turner High Schooi l>asket
OREGON ball team was defeated by the Scio
High School five by a score of 17 to
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16. Thia was a very hard and in­
teresting game, it lieing the first
defeat suffered bv the Turner t--am
I this year. Among those who have
Master Oyer« and Cleaner«
tieen beaten by Turner an- Wiliam
HS Lyon
Albany. Oregon
ettc University Freshmen and S ph­
omores. The Scio team h •pc«, by
th«- u«' of more team work and by
Local Agent. Mm, Nell I loll»
plenty of practice, to win by a
larger score when the two team
meet in Turner Feb. 2.
After the game a fine lunch was
served by the Girls Ratkct Pall team
i and an enjoyable evening was «pent
Fresh and Cured Meat—-
by playing games in the school house
* Bacon ldtrd Sausage
Several tests have been given the
past week. Two tn Civics, two in
Algebra 1. ami one each in Physio­
logy, Social Problems. Geometry I.
Holechek Bro»., Props.
Domestic Science, English I, and
Scio. Ore.
General Science.
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The School library is now up to
Cusick Bank Bldg
Scio Meat Market
We Buy Your Hogs
Mt. Pleasant
Dec. 11
Honor these Seals
Milo Isaak, of Idaho, visited with
hi- uncle. Lorenz Isaak, over the
A MATloM-winR movement ta carrying on
a warfare against the scourge of Consump­
tion. In saving over KM),(MM) lives last year,
it actually cut the death rate from tuberculous
mi half.
Each year these organizations sell Tuber­
culosis Christmas Seals. The proceeds from
these sales are devoted to the work of caring
for and curing tubcri ul<*is patients and to
educational and other work to prevent the
dread disease.
Buy these Seals and urge
your friends to buy and use
them. To do this is both
Charity and Patriotism.
week end.
The party at Charlie Leffler's was
well attended and every one enjoyed
a good time.
.Mi 4 Nina Darby spent a week in
S’ayton visiting her cousin, Svlvia.
returning home Friday.
Mrs Roberta w visiting her sister
o. Albany, also is attending the
Price meetings.
Elmer Limbeck and Dave Aeger-
•r made a call on Montgomery’s
Wednesday Eve.
Pr icher Steves visited at the Ed
Roberts home Sunday.
Stamp Owt Tu ber cult is is
with Christman Sr ah
I -in-t Aegerter spent Thanksgiv­
ing with his folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben 1 Darby «pent
Saturday with Roy Parton and
Ivan Leffler was on the tick list
Saturday so could not attend the
• lance, but on Sunday visited at Bill
Miller's fully recovered.
A dinner was given by Nina Darby
Sunday. The young folks present
ail enjoyed a good time.
Arnold. Frank and Nick Senx
were Sunday guests at their brother
Joe's home.
Nina Darby left for Mill City
Monday. She expeit* to be employed
there for a while.
Frank Senx and his secretary in-
-•Dected the saw mill owned by Ed
Roberta, writing down a few of the
For Christmas
We have stocked a fine line of
Fresh Mixed Candies
All Kinds of Nuts
The Best Fruits and
Fancy Christmas Boxes
Don’t Forget Us
good punts.
The Little Dairy Cow”
Oregon dairy cows have done their
part better than those of any other
«late, but Oregon butter used to be
the bunk for quality.
That was not
"the little mortgage lifters” fault,
« I the better class of Oregon dairy-
men insist that she be given the
iH-it and wisest help possible in boost­
ing for Orrgon. S<> lota of Im­
provement has been made lately In
the quality of butter and there is.
should not
no good reason why it
rank ' of
be brought up to I
Oregon cheese
Care of the « ream is the start for
high grade butter, This means
bacteral as well a* general, eleanli-
pasteurization of sweet and
»ur cream, ripening tiie cream, use
of starters, and churning. Milk
a id cream testing, moisture of but­
ter, salt and fat determination, need
be understood. These are all taught
bv instruction and laboratory pract­
ice in the big commercial creamery
at O. A. C. in the short course, Jan.
Hollis Confectionery
Christmas Suggestions
For Men
d>tt <in
Arm Bands
Handkerchiefs. «ilk and
Gloves, tire«« «•.
Suspenders and li-.t.
I - . ,
For Women
Hankerchiefs, silk and cotton
Fancy Bath Towels
J. B. Couey, Prop.
Hose, silk and cotton
Embroidery ami Crochet Thread
1 he People’s Store
There is a Place for
2. 27.
('h«-«-wemaking and icecream mak­
ing. along with refrigeration and
general cream«-ry msnagemrut. will
also ba given the once-over.
The Cow in Agriculture
Poultry Co-op Prosper»
Where the cow has taken her rightful place, and man has done hi«
part.are find the highest type of farming, we find farmers living on their
own farms, raising crop« in rotation, which is the way the lord intend­
ed US to farm.
We find on the farms, bam* with mow* and bine and eiloe regular
faetortas worfctaw the year round, getting the very most from the farm *
crops and furnishing an income every Week of the year.
We find homes with conveniences.
We find intelligent, thrifty, debt-free people with minds sad hands
alert from steady employment.
Ws find a good eitisenship, a good agriculture.
The Pacific Cooperative Poultry
producers are now admitting new
members. reports E J. Dixon, man­
ager. Prices that are generally
»«tisfactory to growers are also
being returned, the manager says.
Thts is one of the "big six” cooper­
atives Iwxlies that represent 8 thou­
sand Oregon farmers.s/ho sold more
than 7 million dolla,ru worth of
farm produce cooperatively in 1821.
of Every Country
Oregon Milk Company
Condenaery, Scio, Oregon
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