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T he S cio T ribune
SCIO OREGON, THURSDAY. DE< I.UBER
was called "Rowie" by his intimate
Montie Leslie, wife and sons. Cle
Merchants Win Confidence and
I amily Reunions, Dinners and tus and George, and W. S. B oom
and wife of Eugene, Mrs. George
Gifts Bring Joy to Many
Public Is Pleased
Lewis and Roscoe Applegate and
wife of Portland spent Christmas
The Christmas entertainment at w*lb G. W. Morrow and we
the Christian church laat Thursday | D* was enjoyed Thursday ev.-ning
and Friday they all had a big dinner
evening, jointly given bv the two
churches, drew a crowd that com
fortably filled the seals. The choir
rendered several choruses, solos.etc
which were greatly enjoyed
The program furnished by the
children was exceptionally good, the
rendition of which showed they had
taken great pride in trying to be
I m - perfect. At the close treats and
presents were distributed-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chrt enter-
twined at their home on Christmas
eve the following guests: Mr and
Mrs Joe Bartu. Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Stepanek and family. Mr. and Mrs
Ei Chrx. Mr and Mrs. Charles Tu
cek and family. Mr. and Mrs-Joe,
Christmas dinner guests at the P.
Christian Church Service
H. MacDonald home were Mrs Em
ma Cyrus and Carl Cyrus and wife
Announcement for Sunday. Jan
of Portland. R. D. Morris and Wife uary 3d:
of Salem. Miss Bess Morris of Lete
10.00 a. m.. Bible Sch>w>l nt cry
anon and Mrs S I- Morris
Sunday; J. H Couey. aupt
11 a. m.. morning service. • rn >n
Christmas dinner guests of James by the pastor. The theme, "A
Johnston and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Step in the Ladder." This will be
Miller were Mr and Mrs Miller of a New Year’s message
Jefferson and Mrs Minnie Smith <>f
6.30 p. m . Christian Endeavor at
Baptist church every Sunday.
7:30 p. m • » , evening service, ser-
mon theme. "A Most Excel ml
Way." Ibis sermon will be the
first in a series of sermons on 'love.'
There will be special mu- c for
Chruftmas Program and Dance
both morning and evening -.-rvices.
Drew Big Crowd
7:30 Saturday evening, the sing
ing class; 8:00 p. m., choir rehear
Novak and family.
A goose dinner was served at 7:30
after which Santa Claus arrived and
caused much merriment- Cards and
other games were enjoyed,
The Christmas entertainment and
guests departed at a late hour, hav-
dance given by the Sokols at the Z
ing spent a pleasant evening.
C B J hall last Friday night drew
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Ray entertain one of the largest crowds ever as-
»cmbled in that spacious hall.
ed the following relatives at dinner
The evening's entertainment be
Christmas day: Mrs. Ivy Huffman
and daughter. Miss Audrey, and gan with a Christmas play that re*
quired two and one-half hours to
Frank Snyder of Vancouver, Wash.;
Riley Montgomery and wife. Wm render and which is said to have
brought both laughter and tears to
Montgomery, Riley Shelton and
wife, Mrs- Hannph Ray and son many in the audience. Th se tak
R'««. E. D- Myers, wife and daugh ing part in the play were Mr. and
' Mrs. J. F. Weerly, Mrs. Herman,
ter Helen, all of Scio; Mrs- Happy
Mrs. Krcek, Mrs Frank Kruml.
Elder and sons. Charlie. Leon. Cecil
Chas. Pletka. I. G. f all us. A Ber.es.
and Mix. of Shedd. Everyone en-
Misses Mary Herman and Kristine
joyed the fine dinner and spent a
social afternoon in music, conversa
Immediately after the play, danc
ing was indulged in until the wee
small hours, for which 128 tickets
Mrs. Price Neal gave a dinner at
her home Sunday evening in honor
A good time was had and good
of her son. Verne, of Kalama. Wn.,
who is spending his Christmas holi
days at his home in the Richardson
Buys Corner Property
Gap. The guests, most of whom are
Verne’s <dd schoolmates, were Mr.
L. F. Jones has just recently dm-
and Mrs. Glenn Holland and baby
ed a deal with 1. Hoagland whereby
of Washougal. Wn; Mr. and Mrs
he becomes owner of the Hoagland
Sidney Neal of Newport. Myrtle
property on the corner ot Mam and
Ijiugheed of Valselx, Misses Mary
Smith streets, and now occupied by
Harris. Freda and Bobby Thayer,
J W Parrish and family.
Mildred Couey and Ethel Zyaaet,
Frank Kruml has also purchased
and Elden Knauf. Tommy Smail and
from Mr. Hoagland the north 30
feet frontage of this property, all
on Main street and upon which his
Mrs. N. E. Gill had as dinner
shoe shop is located.
guests for Christmas Roy Gill and
This is one of the most desirable
wife of Spokane; Francis Arnold, locations in the city and Mr Jones
wife snd son Ix*Roy of Wheeler;Dr.
and Mr. Kruml are fortunate in se
J. G. Gill, wife end children,Warren curing these properties
and l>onna, of Lebanon, and W. F.
Gill and wife.
The members of McKnight family
and a few invited friends enjoyed a
Christmas tree at the Fred Bilyeu
home Christmas eve. Those present
were C. M Coffey and family and
Bob White of Salem. Mr. Ackerman
d Hill. Mrs. V. A. McKnight.
Don McKnight and family, W. F.
Gill and wife. Dr. Prill and wife.
Wm Abbott and wife gave a din
ner Christmas day. having as their
guests Dr. R H. Curl of Albany.
Dr. A M. Curl of Weiser. Idaho,
S Philippi, wife and daughter. Misa
The last of the drawings staged
by the Scio merchants was held last
Thursday afternoon, and another
large crowd was present
happy faces and joyous laughter of
people is any barometer, it must lie
,U fact that the prixea offered by the
; merchants were duly appreciated.
The total amount of the prises
Forrner ¡.inn Man Enters Race was approximately 3150. and waa
for School Superintendent
worth the time and effort toss-cure.
Final prises were drawn from the
. following merchants, the winners
E. F. Carlton of Eugene, former I taking the prixea in the order their
Linn resident, Tuesday announced names appear:
Morrison’s store - S. F. Zysset. M.
his candidacy. subject to the appro
Moses. Geo. M. Bilyeu.
val of the Voters of the republican
Kelly dr. g store Mary Harris,
partv at the coming primary elec-
non. for the office of superintendent Mr. VanBrunt, Wm. Brenner.
Bartu garage —Rolla M Shelton,
of public instruction.
Mr Carteton submits hia candi (’has. iucek. F. T. Thayer.
Scio Garage—Ed Bilyeu. El Hol-
dacy and will maae his campaign on
the ground that he is fitteti by both land. Fred Sturges.
Scio Independent Cash Produce
training and experience for the po
sition. For 13 years he was assist Elate Limbeck. Wm. Abbott, Mrs.
ant superintendent of public instruc V. J. Philippi.
Our Ivst wishes for your
success and happiness
You are welcome to al' out
-r- tion. and for two years was field
repri tentative of the University of
J. Raymond Fite, Minister.
Oregon. Through these positions
he has liecome familiar with the
Crown Mine Opens Office school problems of every section of
The room formerly occupied bv
Hie early youth was spent in Linn
E. A. Wagner as a cream stat, n m county, and after completing all the
the hotel block has been rented by work then offered in the public
the Crown Mine for office purp
< schools, he secured his first academic
and the display of the ore n >w t ■
training at the Santiam Academy,
ing taken out. Thia is a move in lebanon
latter he attended U of
the right direction, aa it will enable i> and Pacific University, the latter
the company to display what it has giving him the A. B. degree. Since
to both believers and doubters. E this degree was conferred upon him
R Gainer is in charge.
he hus taken post graduate work at
Rapid progress is being ma le to the U of 0.
ward the goal, and the ten-strike is
His experience as instructor in
probable any time.
cludes work in the rural schools of
Oregon as teacher, and as principal
a» d superintendent of schools at
Notice of Annual Meeting
; J. -» ph, Albany and Eugene, in ad-
The annual meeting of the st -k
holder* of the Scio Mutual Teleph
Co will be held at the city hall in
Scio. Ore., on Saturday. Jan. 2. 1U'
for the purpose of electing officer«
diti on to serving three years as in-
»tructor at the Lincoln High School
sir Carleton is a mamlier of the
Hrat Congregational church at Eu-
for the ensuing rear and electing ajkene.
manager or operator of the switch
board for the ensuing year, heanng
Newa From Lyons.
reports, etc. Meeting called nt • -n.
J. D. Densmore. President
J. B. Couey. Secretary.
Jerome Whitney and family were
Lyons visitors Saturday.
G. L. Flanagan, wife and daugh
Fred Vaughn came home from
ters. Fern and Carrie, spent Sunday
Kirk last week, where he has been
with W. J. Gearhart and family at
employed in the Shaw llertrum mill
Crabtree. While there they also
camp the past three months. He
attended church and listened to a
expects to return there altout Jan. 1
fine sermon by Rev. Applegate.
if the weather is favorable for camp
Gives Radio Demonstration
Miss Ells Jiroch of Albany and work.
Miss Rose Jiroch of Portland spent
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Potter of Rose
Mylo Bartu look a radio out to the week-end with their parents. City Park were Lyons and Mill City
the J. I. Shilton home last Wednes Mr. and Mrs John Jiroch.
callers last week-end.
day night where he gave a demon
Mr. and Mrs. Crouse and baby of
stration to several families in thst
Stayton were Christmas guests at
neighborhood. An enjoyable even
D. H. Mercer home.
ing was spent listening in on a num
Mrs Helen Gibbs of DeLake is
ber of stations, some of them being
‘ here during the holidays visiting at
Denver and Salt Lake City. Re
' th«- home of her daughter. Mrs L
freshments were served after the
' N. Trask. Mrs. Gibbs had the mis
Friday, Saturday & Sunday
fortune a few days ago to fall and
Those present were R. S. Thur»-
painfully Injure her arm. She
ton and family, Roe Shelton and
to use the arm. and thinks
family. Thomas Quigley and wife.
fractured the bone or
Price Neal and wife. Alfred Dun*
f bi nes.
beck. Harry Zeigler.
Alex Bodeker purchased a Star
car of the Albany dealer
Mr. and Mrs. Paul fjirdon came
to Scio Curistmas day and packed
Haxel. J. B. Couey and daughters.
Misses Lets and Mildred.
The doctors Curl are cooains of
Mrs. Abbott and Dr. A. M. Curl is their household goods preparatory
Mrs. Clarence Lefltev’a father. H«| to moving to Coquille where Paul
is employed in a sawmill
to well known around Keto
Jhe Devil’s £argo
IL .md J&.
Mrs. Thoma specialties In all kinds
F of beauty work,
Scio Mill A Elevator Co. Anton
Faltus. M P. Long, Con Westen*
Confectionery — Leslie Thayer,
Jess Rodgers. Fred Roadarmel.
Bridge Was in His Way
Isist Thursday when O. K. Ib>w
ard of I air woo<i was on his way to
Scio in hie Ford, he undertook to
pass another car when both were
too near the bridge over the flume
just this side of the Arnold school.
The result was that Howard hit the
banister dead center tearing out two
panels and shoving his radiator back
a foot and damaging the engine not
a little. Howard was hurled against
or through the windshield. Anyhow
the services of two specialists were
nijuired -one to fix up Howard's
face and the other to doctor uu the
It is said this Is the second arci
dent Howard has had in tne last two
or three months. Il is lucky he was
not killed. A wag said bridges are
altogether too narrow when you are
in a hurry and want to pass some
Mias Haxel Philippi and V. J.
Philippi are each the owner of a
new Chrysler coupe; J. L. Arnold a
new Chevrolet sedan. Lester Arnold
a new Chrysler sedan, and Gerald
■McDonald a Ford light truck tour*
In Riley Shelton’s office the other
day was exhibited a vetch vine that
was 12 feet Inng. It was the hay
variety and was grown on the Coral
Lucas farm. This is considered re
markable al this time of the year.
Fred Sturges is rapidly getting
the room in shape for the opening
of his new grocery store, which he
hopes to do some time between the
10th and 15th of January.
— ’xrjF. iBX. r i r sa—sa
Z ank (» rfy ’ s
‘Wild Horse Mesa
A Western picture with some
wonderful wild horse »<cncs
•ml lots of action.
Star Theatre, Stayton
Thursday and Friday
December 31—January 1
IL and Me
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