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Mrs W. F. Paullus, Mildred Klem
gard and Dayton Snyder have been
on the sick list this week.
A "protracted" neighborhood
party was given at the new home of
A. J. Whitten, beginning last Friday
Mrs. C. D. Martin returned homo
Sunday from a flail with relatives
and friends at Walla Walla.
The regular meeting of the- Orange
on Monday evening was postponed on
account of tin' bad roads.
Lcßoy Racket returned home last
week from Centralia, where tie has
been since early in the fall.
Mr. and Mis. m. Farley spent Sun
day at the ,i. c. Kamerrer home.
Mr. and Mrs. .i. M. Klemgard and
son, Hudson, spent Tuesday at the
Nat Bryant home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Fulls returned
home Sunday from their honeymoon
Simpson Methodist Church
' Despite the severe weather there.
wore fair sized audience a at the serv
ices of the church last Sunday.
Preaching services will be' conducted
by the pastor both morning and even
ing Sunday. In the evening tha sixth
of the series on "Men We Sometimes
Meet" will be delivered. The topic
of the sixth sermon will he ".V Man
Who Deserves the Victoria Cross."
Next week will be observed as a week
of prayer at the Methodist church,
Every night, except Tuesday and
Saturday nights, beginning at 7:.10
o'clock, these services of prayer and
song will he held. A week from
Sunday, February 2, Rev. Brumhlaj
will commence a two weeks series of
special meetings, assisted by Mr. .1.
it. Patterson of Long Beach? Cs
For the past three weeks Mr. Pat
terson has been assisting Dr. Will
Betts at the First Methodist church
in Spokane. Mr. Patterson has the
reputation of being one of the most
accomplished gospel singers in the
entire country. Many who have
heard him declare' he is the sweetest
singer In evangelistic work they ever
heard. Mr. Patterson will slug
nightly, have charge of the chorus,
and occasionally preach also.
Eighth Annual Websterian Play
On Monday evening, February 3,
the Websterian Debating Society will
present its annual play, The Mar
riage of Kitty," by Cosmo Gordon-
Lennox. The cast:
Ned Bryant .L. G. Wore >
John Travers F. M. Smith
Norbury.... W. J. Trimble
Miss Katherine Sllverton,
("Kitty"). . .Miss Zelva Mecklem
Madame de Semiano
• • Miss "Peggy" Windus
Rosalie... Miss Rena Duthie
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The play is under the direction of
Miss Augusta Roziskey, which as
sures the public that the production
will be of the best.
The executive staff consists of W.
F. Bonnell, business manager; A. R.
Lilly, stage manager, ami R. Sund
qulst, property, man.
The curtain will rise at 8:30 p. m.,
Immediately after the basket ball
game, which will be called at 7:30.
Please count the letters in your
Then of pennies bring the same
; To Ruby street sixteen O seven,
And you may stay until eleven.
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Please don't dress in the latest style
: But wear something to cause a smile.
If you should come In proper array
Be prepared a fine to pay.
The social will be held at the
home of Mrs. J. L. Dumas Thursday
evening. January. 30. AU members
and friends of - the Congregational
church are Invited.
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OIL KVAXS SPOKE
TO IIK.II SCHOOL
explains the Aims and Conditions of
I lie Rhodes Scholarship ami
. Advocates the Study of
Dr. Evans, head of the Latin de
partment of the State College, ad
dressed the assembly Tuesday after
noon on the subject of the Rhodes
scholarship. Ha explained that tlie
aim el .Mr. I.bodes was to bring the
English speaking people Into a more
sympathetic relation by sending rep
resentatives from the. different coun
-1 las i.i bo educated together, He
stated what the requirements were,
and what ii would mean to the boy
who won the scholarship, Ho also
emphasized the Importance of iln'
study of Latin. This is the first of
a series of lectures to be given to
the students during the. semester.
The basket ball team was defeat
ed Saturday afternoon by the college
second team. Owing to their being
out so late the night before on a
sleigh ride they were in very poor
condition to play. They lost an
other practice game Monday night
to the high school alumni. The
buys were still in poor condition and
showed lack of practice.
The principal amusement of the
high school students for the last two
weeks has been sleigh riding, The
Sophomore class wiijnt to Moscow
Friday night and report a very good
time. Miss Mcßae acted as chap
St. .lames Church
Rev, .1. <; Robinson, rector. Holy
Communion at 7:30 a. m.; Sunday
school at 10 a. in.: service at ii a.
in.; evening service at 7:30 o'clock.
A cordial invitation to all.
Thatcher's Reply to the Resolutions
Mr. Otis Fletcher,
President Farmers' Club;
Mr. H. G. Godfrey,
President Horticultural Club.
Dear Friends: Will you please
convey to your respective clubs this
expression of my sincere and hearty
appreciation of the kind words em
bodied in the resolutions adopted by
them last week and published in the
last number of The Evergreen, and
my real regret that it will be impos
sible for me to comply with the re
quests made therein thai I shall re
consider my determination to with
draw from this institution at the
close of this collegiate year.
There comes a 'time in every man's
lie- when he must make up his mind
what his future life-work shall be.
After long and careful consideration
ed this matter, i reached the con
clusion that my life-work lay else
whore than at this College, and that
tho present is an opportune time for
me to make- the change to some other
Hold, I doomed It but fair to notify
the authorities of the College of this
decision on, my part as soon as it
was reached. Wishing that the ter
mination of my engagement here
should Interfere with the progress of
th" work of which i havo adminis
trative supervision as little as pos
sih'i'. i left the exact date of my
going to bo determined by President
Bryan and the' Board of Regents.
After consultation and consideration,
i; was decided that it would bo best
for me to continue in charge of the
work until the close of my year, or
September 15th next. Allowing for
the customary vacation period, this
will bring the actual date of my re
moval from Pullman sometime after
I appreciate, more than I can ex
press, your kind words and wishes.
To in' able to share in the hopes and
plans of the young people who have
come to me in my capacity as a mem
ber of the faculty of the College, has
been one of the keenest pleasures of
my life. In seeking future employ
ment, it is my hope to find it where
there will be ample opportunity to
continue to enjoy the stimulus and
inspiration of frequent contact with
active, energetic and hopeful young
people such as are found in college
life like this.
(Signed) R. W. THATCHER.
Twentieth Century Club """"""
Those who have contributed to the
Twentieth Century Club will be in
terested to learn of the financial sta
tus since the Curtis lecture. It is
hoped by those' who are at the head
of the club that" a larger Interest will
be manifested by the citizens and
townspeople to make the aims of the
Twentieth Century Club possible.
Their aim, as has been stated before,
is to place as many highly educa
tional entertainments before the
public and students without charge
as poslble. To do this they must of
necessity have the financial, assist
ance of those who are able to con
tribute to this worthy organization.
There has been received from fac
ulty, students and townspeople
$143.75; from the ticket sales for
the Curtis lecture. $277.50; making
penses of the Curtis opera and adver
tising have been $221.25; leaving a
balance of $200.00.
The expenses for the programs, as
outlined for the rest of the year will
be about $350. This then necessi
tates raising an additional $150. The
club hopes to raise this by voluntary
contributions. So far, in this re
spect, the townspeople have not of
fered their assistance. If the addi
tional money can be raised all of the
scheduled numbers will be free and
other attractive features may be
The W. S. C. second basket ball
team defeated the Pullman high
school team Saturday afternoon in
the gymnasium by the score of 29 to
22. The high school team was on
th.. long end of a 15 to 16 score at
the end of the first half, but in the
second half the second team took a
brace and tallied 14 points to the
high school's six. Hildebrand and
Rumallcy played a good game for the
College team, while Butler and
Hinchliff played the best game for
the Pullman team. The line-up:
Pullman H. S.—Butler and Moss,
forwards; Hinchliff, center; Glover,
For nice (lust less cracked wheat
and corn for poultry call on the Pull
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Card of Thanks
I desire to hereby express my
heartfelt thanks to my friends and
neighbors for the sympathy and
kindness which they have so freely
extended to me in the hour of myj
MRS. J. J. L. HELDRING
To the Woodmen <•!' the World
You are requested to be present]
at our meeting next Wednesday even-'
ing, January 29. Deputy Head Con- j
sul D, .1. Beakey will visit our camp j
on that date and you may expect
something out of the ordinary. There ;
will be light refreshments. Come!
out, all of you. and have a good time. \
GEO. N. HENRY,
Clerk Camp No. 110.
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ANNUAL REPORT OP EXPERIMENT STATION
The twenty-second annual report of the State Agricultural Experi
ment Station at Pullman, Washington, is now ready for distribution. This
report covers the work of the station for the year ending June 30, 1912.
Besides the usual statement in detail of the financial business of the
Station for the year, the changes in organization, personnel of the staff,
etc., the report contains a comprehensive review of the experiments which
have been conducted by the several divisions of the Station during the year.
There are also detailed reports of the farmers' institute and extension
work, the Inspection work of the State Chemist, the receipts and expendi
tures from the Stallion and Jack registration, and all similar activities
of the Station for the year.
A copy of this report may be obtained free of charge by writing to the
Director of the Experiment Station, Pullman, Wash.
Come Over and Play Bridge
"T THAT are you doing tonight ?
yy Can't you and Mrs. Bruce come
over and have some bridge?"
Forgetting people together there is
nothing quite equals the telephone.
A telephone call to a neighbor frequently results in a jolly, in
The local and long distance service of the Bell Telephone system
® Every Bell telephone is a long dtsuuic c station £_T»\
|(m J The Pacific Telephone $Al
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W. S. C. Win* From Gonzaga
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Starting with a burst of speed
that bewildered their opponents and
in the first few minutes of play gain
j ing a lead that was never headed off
; the Washington State College basket
[ball team defeated the veteran team
!of Gonzaga University Friday night
I at Spokane by the score of 26 to 23.
The first half ended with W. S. C. on
the long end of a 15-8 score. In the
second period the Gonzaga team
lough hard to overcome this lead, but
waß unable to score the necessary
The feature of the game was the
playing of Sampson, star guard for
W. S. C, against Mulholland the star
forward of the Spokane team. Mul
holland scored two field goals in the
first and one in the second. Samp
son failed to score field baskets, but
shot six fouls out of nine chances in
the first half. Bohler scored a field
basket in each half and scored six
free throws out of eight chances.
Lowry, at forward, played his usual
shifty game and scored a field goal
in each period, as did Eddie Kien
holtz at the other guard position.
Love secured a goal in the first per
iod, but failed to do so in the second.
For Gonzaga DeMers, at center,
shot three field goals in the second
The game was rather rough and
many 'fouls were called by Referee
Varnell. In all 17 fouls were called
on Gonzaga to 11 called on W. S. C.
Gonzaga W. S. C.
Mulholland ... .F Bohler
I McKett F Lowry
; De-Mers C Love
Raftis G Klenholtz
I Megler G Sampson
j Referee, George M. Varnell.
Heady for O. A. O.
Coach Bohler is busy with the
basket ball team this week, working
out the rough and weak places in
their work that showed up in the
Gonzaga game, and will have them
in much better shape when they
meet O. A. C. next Saturday and
Monday nights. O. A. C. has a team
of veterans; the only man of last
year's championship team not play
ing this year is Cate, at center. Bur
dick, the midget forward, is captain
of this year's O. A. C. team. They
recently defeated the University of
Idaho team by a decisive score one
night and lost to them by a narrow
margin of one point in the second
The W. S. C. team lias been show
ing a wonderful improvement since
the Spokane game over the form dis
played when we defeated Idaho and
those who have not seen it in action
will be surprised at the speed and
team work that has been developed.
February 1 and 3 the University of
Washington five will be played here.
Graduate Manager Bender has
nearly completed negotiations with
Willamette University for a football
same to be played here next fall.
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V. W. CLARKSON
See that Rumley Olds
Cream Separator yet ?
If you are in the market for
one. we stand ready to demonstrate.
liet us help you to get ready for spring work by bringing
in your plow-shares, harrow teeth, etc., etc. Also all kinds of
of repairingwagons, sleighs, buggies and everything that needs
fixing; we will make it stronger and better than it was when
new. We use tlie best iron and steel and hardwood money can
buy. We will also build you a boat for convenience when this
snow melts. If our work pleases you please tell everybody'
you see; if not, come and tell us.
Yours to please,
STIVERS & HORNING
O rand Street -:- -:- Pullman
You Should Worry
About your winter's supply
of coal, unless you have
made arrangements with
H. D. MacVean Mgr. Phone 1, Pullman, Waah,