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Neighborhood News
ALBION
The guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. .1- Cunningham on Christ
mas day were Win. Parvin and fam
ily of Colfax, Mrs. W. A. Bidle and
family, C. I. Roberts and family,
James Cunningham and family, a.
D. Burton, David Christy and Miss
Patience llandley and Mrs. T. M
Farnsworth.
Mrs Robert X. McClvi and hus
band are entertaining the former's
son from Oregon a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted H. Fair and
Bon were visitors at the home of
Mrs. W. M. Chapman Monday.
The Misses Jeanette and Blanche
Rice are in Colfax at the home of i
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. j
Eugene Rice, during their week's va- j
cation.
Miss Marjorie Christopher, who
is attending high school at Colfax, is
spending her vacation with her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. .1. 11, Christopher
and family, near Albion.
Harvey Juhnke, son of Mi. ami
Mrs. Fred W. Juhnke of near Albion, :
accidentally discharged a revolver
while out hunting rabbits Christmas !
day. The bullet penetrated his low
er limb, He was rushed to St. Igna
tius hospital for treatment.
Members of the United Brethren
Sunday school will entertain at.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira X. j
Luce. An old fashioned taffy pull j
will be the main feature of the even
ing.
Mrs. Firman Kenoyer, a teacher j
in the grade school. Is again able to j
be out, after a siege of illness.
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Clark and fam
ily spent .1 few (laVS the past week i
in Spokane with .Mr-. Clark's par
ents.
Master Thomas Lawson of Pull
man is visiting at Grandma Plow
man's.
A. D. O'Kelley and family were
guests at the home of Mrs. O'Kell |
mother, Mrs. T. F. Ferguson, and
husband Christmas day.
Miss .lane Mullen, teacher of the
lover grades, is spending the holi
iavs with her parents in Spokane.
Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Reid of Arling- j
!;i visited a few days this week with
lie hitter's mother, Mrs Elwood
Harold, ami husband.
Harry Warner of Pullman was the }
nest of his parents, Mr. and Mr-.
David Warner, the past week.
W. A. Bidle is visiting at Marcus. '
Wash.
• W. M. Dobson of Troy. Idaho, was |
in town Monday on business.
The Elberton high school and
town basket ball teams played the
k Albion high school and town teams
„, here Wednesday, December 27.
The second number of the Lyceum
course will be given Friday evening.
December 20, including a moving
Picture entitled "Evangeline" and a
"Trip to Niagara Falls."
Miss Kathleen Mallory. a teacher
in the high school, is spending her
Christmas vacation in Seattle
CLINTON
The Stitch and Chatter club met
t the home of Mrs. Fred Weber this
*eek.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Purnell of
I Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mrs. D. of
■firkston and Mr. and Mrs. D. L. '■
frocunier spent Christmas day at
*« I. O. Purnell home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Benedict and '
family were visitors at the Elvin
. food home on Christmas day.
Raymond Lee of Pullman is spend
in? the week at the T. E. Wiley
borne.
Mrs. Angus Rose and son. Stanley,
v"re Tuesday visitors at the W. H.
w 'olfe home.
A. M. Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
■ Haynes and family, Mr. and Mrs.
G'enn Kimble and small son. Mr.
a'■(1 Mrs. T. B. McMurray and son,
Mr. and Mrs. Alen Hodge
a nd small son, and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan
Paynes were visitors at the Mrs. A.
*J Haynes home on Christmas day.
■ Mrs. Fred Weber spent last wee*
until Wednesday evening at the home j
; of her mother, Mrs. Mclnturff, of
I 'ohnson.
M Mrs. Cloid Clark returned Wed
nesday from a visit at the home of
ll>l' Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aultman
I•' (irangeville, Idaho.
I Mr. and Mrs. Augus Rose and son,
52 Stanley, were Friday visitors at the
|J j '""■ Of Mrs. Rose's parents, Mr. and
■ »rs. Develin, of Moscow.
I I T- B. McMurray and son, Wayne,
l*»v e returned home after a visit to
r r- McMurray's mother and friends
IW^ relatives in Tennessee.
-«i Mrs. Err
fan
'• '-• W Hey home.
Miss Thelma Purnell | 8 BUtferlnß
£» on her flnßcr JS23
A neighborhood gatherine «■■
!",'" « the Clinton Grtge^
|Hstm a 8 Blght A ; uppe ; w ?n

Mr Mr- ;";'' Arnold Robert, and
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hart, spent
d ay at the >. W . Robert:
son home
I
CHAMBERS
! *}*■ aml Mr»- John Sodorff and
children of Garfield are visiting,,-s
jSodorffa parents, Mr. and Mrs. j
1 ' Vi agner.
I . Mr. and Mrs. Will Hooper spent
sunday night and Monday in Pull
man with Mr. and Mrs. J esa Gray
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Milt Olmstead of
; Pu»man, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Law
rence and Mr. and .Mrs. .1. Lawrence
i spent. Christmas with Mr. and Mrs
| Hardy Long
! Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Morgan and
daughter of Pullman, Mark and A.
I L. Morgan of Lewiston spent, a cou
ple of days with Mr. and Mrs. Miles
Pendry.
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Crosley of Pull
man spent several days this week
with Mr. and Mrs. Will Hooper.
Mr and Mrs. J. K. Polston and
sons spent Monday In Pullman at
I the James c,a>s home,
Mrs. C. 11. Kincaid had the mis
: fortune to have her hip broken in
three places Tuesday when she was
in a runaway. She is at the Xorth
j west sanitarium in Pullman
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hooper, Mi
and Mrs. Ralph Lawrence and Mr.
and .Mrs. A. W. Nelson spent Wed
nesday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Sodorff.
Mr, and Mrs. Miles Pendry and
; Mr. and Mrs. Will Hooper called at
the J. It. Greenwell home Friday
evening.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Kincaid and
family spent Christmas at the Oscar
I Kincaid home
FORD
Mrs. Forker entertained her pupils
: with a Christmas party last Friday
[afternoon. Refreshments of apples,
I popcorn balls, oranges and candy
I were passed and a small gin given
reach.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Travis en
tertained .Mr. and Mrs. Sam Breeze
on Christmas day.
Melvin and Clark Brownlee spent
Sunday with O. A. and R. K. Leo
nard.
.Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Co* spent
Christmas with .Mr. and Mrs. How
ard Gimlin,
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Clark and Mr.
an 1 Mrs. Rudolph Mengelkamp anil
family spent Christinas eve at Don
Green well's.
Mr. and Mis. Dave Kloppenstein
ate Christmas dinner with Mr. and
Mrs. Naffziger in Pullman.
Relatives from Montana arrived
Tuesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Kloppenstein.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Childreth and
baby, after visiting at the home of
Sam Breeze, left to make their home
at Pocatello, Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Draper and
family spent Christmas with the
'. Ray Guthrie family in the Rose
Creek neighborhood returning home
on Tuesday.
Sam Breeze left for Walla Walla
on Wednesday after receiving a wire
containing the sad news that his
brother, R. X. Breeze, had been in
stantly killed when a train hit the
auto in which he was riding. His
son also had several ribs broken
and there is fear that he is hurt in
ternally.
ROSE CREEK
Kay Guthrie had the misfortune
to have on of his good work horses
die this week.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Kinder and
family wore Christmas guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Hathaway.
Mrs. Jesse Grant and children are
spending the holidays in Pullman
with Mr. and Mrs. George Grant and
Mrs. Kate Pope.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Btbredge and
Miss Hazel were Christmas dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ora Eth
redge.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Tueth spent
Christmas eve with Mr. and Mrs.
Lincoln Adams.
Severe colds are going around in
this neighborhood.
i Mr. and Mrs. Andy Mael and Miss
Esther attended the Christmas tree
and program Saturday evening at
Four Mile school house.
I _ Mr. and Mrs. R, i; . Ethredge were
Christmas guests of their daughter,
Mis. John Doigai. in Pot latch".
Mr. and Mrs. .lesse Barber enter
tained Air. and Mrs. O. R. Tueth on
Christmas day.
Among those who attended the
Collins school Christmas tree Sal !
urday evening were Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Newell and son-. Claude i
Klrkendall and children ami Mr. and
Mis- August Held.
-Mr. and Mrs. Omar Mastop and j
children spent the holidays with his
parents, Mr. and Mis. .1. ||. Maston.
Miss Minnie Meld was home from
Moscow- for tin. week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. R a *■ Draper and
family enjoyed the hospitality of tho
Kay Guthrie home on Christmas.
A Christmas tree was enjoyed
Monday evening at the Henry Peter-
Ben home. Among the guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Barber and sons. ;
Mr. ,md Mrs. Clifford Furnas, Mr.
and Mrs. Tueth and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Baird and
daughter spent the . week-end and i
Christinas with her parents and oth
er relatives ill Moscow.
i
Mr. and Mrs. Henry IVtersen were ;
Sunday dinner guests of her parents, ;
Mr. and Mrs. ,1. D. Carson.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Benedict spent
Wednesday with Air. and Mrs. Carl
Reid.
(
SPRING FLAT
i
Mi Isabella Taylor pent Mou- ■
day night with Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Creighton, I
Leonard Small spent the Christ- ■
mas holidays at the home of his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Me- (
Carthy of Pullman.
Ben lnman ho has hern in Pull
man for several days returned to Ihe
Lewis ranch Monday,
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mush and (
family, Mrs. Isabella Taylor, Miss
Amanda Taylor, Bill Taylor and Mr, ,
and Mrs, Hugh Taylor were visitors
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe .
Creighton Christmas day.
Mrs. 11. J. Brock and Merle Brock ,
of Wilbur are spending the holidays i
with Mr. and Mrs. Hoy E. Draper.
Crystal Lewis of Pullman visited
at the .las. Small home last Friday
mil Saturday.
Mr, and Mrs. W. ii Gibson and
Lindus Sherdien spent Wednesday
(■veiling with .Mr. and Mrs. W. II
N'affziger.
Mr, and Mrs. R. A. Smith gave a
party at their home last Friday I
evening. The evening was spent in :
playing progressive pedro and danc
ing. At cards Mrs W. 11. Gibson
was awarded the prize, a box of sta- ;
tionery, and the booby prize, a hand
kerchief, was presented to Earl Gib
son. Supper was served at mid
night and all returned home at an
early hour, having spent a very en
joyable evening.
Those who spent Christmas day
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Draper were Mrs. 11. J. Brock, Merle
Brock, Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Draper
and little daughter, Barbara .lean.
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Smith and
family and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gib
son and son. Earl, spent Christ]
with Mrs. Belle Harvey in Pullman.
Visitors at the W. 11. Gibson home
Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Hush and sous. Dale and VVillard, Bill
Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Naff
ziger ami Llnduß Sherdien
Guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Naffziger of Pullman on
Christmas day were Mr. and Mrs.
| A. C .Clunk, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Naff
ziger, Frank Innian, Mr and Mrs.
John Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Klopsenstein, Frank Williamson, Mr. J
and Mrs. W. H. Naffzlger and Claude !
N af f zigi
Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Diaper and
little Barbara Jean. Mrs. H. J. Brock
and Merle Brock spent Christmas eve
at the home of Mr. and Mi Bert
Draper.
HOLLAND STATION
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Getchell and
family were Christmas dinner guests
at the T. A. Leonard home.
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Clark were'
Christmas dinner guests at the home
of Jim Clark.
Jim Clark was a LaCrosse visitor .
Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Clark and ,
baby spent Tuesday night at the Jim :
Clark home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Ferrand and
daughter, Beryl, were Moscow visi
tors Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Thonney had all
their children home for Christmas.
IMI II I I. MAN 111 KM n
They were Mr. and Mrs X Tlionney,
Mr and Mis. Claude Harris of Spo
kane, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Myers and
daughter of Pullman, Mr. and Mr-.
Walter Thonney and Mrs Walter
Thonney'a cousin. Miss Martha Col
ard. o! Spirit Lake.
Mrs. 1.. Stralton and children
speii! Christmas in Moscow with her
parents. U r , and Mrs. Litch.
•Mr. Miid Mrs, Clarence ilinchliff
and daughter. Marion wenl to Elber
ton and spent Christmas with Mrs.
Hlnchlitf's parent-. Mr. and .Mrs.
Starrett.
Edmond Gilbert wenl to Almota
to spend Christmas with his parents.
Frank Justice weni to Enterprise,
Oregon, to spend Christinas with his
parents.
Chester ami Maydn Getchell went
to a party in Pullman Wednesday
evening.
Will Ilalpill was a caller at the
Scotl Getrhell home Sunday.
WHELAN
Hubert Proctor spent Christmas
in Palouse with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. P. 1' Proctor.
Ml and Mrs. T. M. Pritchnrd and
Earl ami Anna spent Christmas even
ing with All-, and is. C. W, Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwlghl Taylor and
child look Christinas dinner with
Mrs. Taylor's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Simpson, in Albion.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wexler and
children went to Colfax Wednesday
to visit during the holidays with
Mrs. Wexler's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Chas, Coryell.
.Mrs. Callowaj and son. Russell,
are visiting for a few days wit Mr.
and Mrs. Dwighl Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. Waller Pi hard of
Ewartsvllle spent Christmas day with
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Pritchard
Mr. and Mrs. Flaurice Gray [)enl
Christmas in Pullman at Hie home
of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gray.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Stlrewalt and
Mr. and Mrs. Flaurice Cray attend
ed the dance at Clinton Friday
evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Woi ley Hately and
children and W. .1. Boatright of
Johnson spent Christmas with Mr.
and Mrs. John W. Hooper
Mrs. Chas. SI li ■■■,■. .ill was called to
the Shafer home by the illness of
her daughter, Mrs. Roy Shafer.
BANNER
.Miss Ruth Olson spent Christmas
day at home,
Henry Rodeen spent Christinas
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Rodeen.
E. D. Eldredge came down from
Spokane Saturday and is spend
this week with his wife and mother
here. Mr, Eldredge Is attending the
Northwestern Business College at
Spokane,
Mr. ami Mrs. E. !>. Eldredge and
"Mother' Eldredge took Christmas
dinner with Mr, and Mrs. August
Anderson
Clarence Johnson returned home
Saturday from Spokane after spend
ing ,i week there.
Mr, and Mrs. A. 1). O'Kelley and
family were Christmas dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. John Olson.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reid and fam
ily and Mr. and Mrs. A D. O'Kelley
and family attended the Christmas
program at. the Methodist church at
Albion Sunday.
Mr, and Mrs. W. K. Lawson visited
Mr. and Mrs. T. Ferguson at Albion
Monday afternoon,
('has. Rodeen last week purchased
the c. K. Dutton residence on Star
Route street.
Mr. and Mrs. August Johnson and
mily visited Friday evening last
week at the August Anderson home,
Mr. and Mrs August Anderson
and son occupied the new house by
Christmas time. They consider It
the best Christinas present received
for many years.
Clark Burnara is now at home
from a long siege of sickness at the
St. Ignatius hospital in Colfax.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Eldredge and
"Mother" Eldredge were dinner
guests at ihe (.'has. Burnam homo
Wednesday.
STALEY
Miss Pried i Faeber's school pro
gram was given at the school house
last Friday afternoon. It was very
successful and much enjoyed by ail
Mr. and Mrs. F. .1. Hedglen and
daughter, Miss Leona, spent Christ
mas at the Jennings home. Miss
Leona remained for a few days visit.
Mrs. Will Mennetl and daughter,
Rowena, left Saturday for Troy.
Idaho, to spend the Christmas holi
days with Mrs. Mennett's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Pair.
Mr. ami Mis. J. K. PoUton and
fumll) Bpenl Christmas ;tt the Jlni
Gasa homo m Pullman.
-Mr. and Mrs. .1. o. Cooper and
daughter wero Chrintuius dinner
guests in' Mrs. 1.. C. Slaley.
Eurl Mcunct cnmo up from Lewis
ton, Idaho, to spend the hollduys
with i urn,!; and relntlvea.
Emil Mcnnpl spent several dnya
with his brother, Will.
Hurl Shafer loft for Sandpolnt,
Idaho, Insl Thursday to upend tho
holidays.
Rosa Hedglen of Pullman visited
In 111 i-> v Ictnlt) Sundaj.
Thirty children and grandchildren
gathered at tho J, n. Maston home
for Christmas.
Mrs, Frank Creed .mil daughters.
Vedu and Vivian, cunio own from
Palouse for a week's \ isii.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jonea md
children wenl to Piilouse for a few
days visit. Mrs. Jones' slater died
Christmas morning.
KITZMILLER
Mr. .mil Mr. i. B. Hall and Mas
ter Kennoth were Christmas guests
i>i Mr, and Mrs. I. G. Eaton!
Edwurd I). Kltzmiller and family
spent Christmas with Mr. and Mis.
Thomas Ma he v in Pullman,
'I. 11. Wood of Elarrington ar
rived Monday to visit his sister and
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. It. I;
Mm ii ha in
Mr, and Mrs. William Clark and
son. Paul, spent December '.'-< In
Moscow with Mr, and Mrs .1. L.
Hedge.
Among the Christmas dinner
guests .lit ho home of Mr. and Mrs.
1). U. Burnham were Mrs. Nettie
Graves, Mrs. Emma * 'hapl and
Mrs William Olson.
Miss Augealcte i ibb spent the
week-end with Misses Beatrice and
Louise Kltzmiller.
Christmas guests at the Alex Me-
Pherson home were Mr. nd Mrs.
Fred Ousley and two sons, also 1011
Freeman.
.Mrs. \V. I. (Marl; of Pullman is
visiting her son, William Clark for
the holidays.
Mrs. Win. Olson was a Sunday
dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. I. v.
Rlcketts.
Mr. .i nd Mrs. I). R. Burnhain en
tertained on Sunday Mr. and Mis.
Bliss Dana and children, Mrs. Van
Dyke and son, Peter
Carl AlBUp of Union Flat spent I If
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Ousley.
Mr. and Mrs. I! VV. Gwinn enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ousley
and guest Saturday evening.
EWARTSVILLE
Don i forget ihe Ila rd Times mas
querade dance at Ewartsville this
( Friday i night,
Mr. and Mrs Carrol Whitten had
as heir guest on Christmas Mr. and
Mrs. Orville Neil, 1.. Bortle and E.
Hurtle.
Miss lilululle Brown, teacher at he
Bryant school, left on Sal unlay to
spend the holidays with her parents
at Riparla.
Mrs. Ida Kamerrer left last week
to spend a month with her daughter,
.Mrs. U. L. Hollenbeck, near Riparlu
.1. M. and J, S. Klemgard butch
ered hogs last Friday.
Mr. and ,Mrs. Commodore Hend
rick pent Christmas da with Mrs.
Belle Wllcox In Pullman.
Mr. and Mis. C. A. Brannan, Mr.
and Mrs, Harold Bi annan, Ml ■- Fre
da Brannan and Miss Lucille Bran
nan spent ''iii i ima at he Sherman
Brannan homo.
Mr. and Mi Wade Young and lit
tle daughter, Reade Young and Miss
Elaine Martin were guests at the T.
C. Young home on Christinas.
Mr and Mrs. L. R. Hunker had as
their guests on Christmas Mr. and
Mrs. V. L. Hlgglna, Mr and Mrs.
Claude Rucker and little daughter,
Mr and Mrs. J. M. Klemga rd,
Grandma Davidson and Hudson
X lemga rd.
Mildred dodges spent thin week
with Mrs. T. C. Young.
Mrs. L. K. Wayman has been quite
ill with neuralgia.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Henson and
children, Mrs, L. J. story and fam
ily were Christmas guests at the W.
C Kamerrer home.
Mr. and Mrs. Rani Hreezo were
Christinas day guests at the L. E. I
Wayman home.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sterrenburg
are spending the holidays at be
home of the latti parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Haxton.
Mr. and Mrs. Carter of Pullman
and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Fulfs and
children were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Seltz on Christmas.
Mr. and Mrs. R E. Long spent
Christmas night at the Roy Haxtoa
home,
Mr. and Mrs, Oscar Collins and
children sp'-nt Christmas with rel
ntives ut Oenesee.
Mr, nnd Mrs. Curter, Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Siit/, Mr. and Mra. Carroll
Whltten Bpent Christmas night at
the .!. H. Fulfs homo.
\V. A. Lybecker and mother [lent
Christmas at tin* A, )■:. Olson homo,
Walter Carrothers, who is work
ing in the car simps at Parkwater,
spent Christmas with his parents,
Mr. :iml Mr a. P. Carrothers.
Miss Anna ('in rot hi is upending
the holidays with her parc-nta, Mr.
and Mrs. A. P. I 'arrol hi
Mr. and Mrs. \Y. C. Katnmorrer
entertained the Five Hundred club
last Thursday night, \V. H. Prltch
ard and Mrs. ,1. M. Klemgnrd i■■
ceived prizes for high scores and
\V. A. Lybecker and M' Cha - Voll
iiiit for low scores,
Mi .1. G Klomgard and little
daughter left last Thursday for
Berkeley, Calif., to spend a month
with her parents.
Mrs. \Y. li Pritchard and son,
Bobby, spent last week with th"
former's parents, Mi 'Ui'l Mrs. Chris
Naff/iuer, at Asotin
Mr and Mr A. K. Olson have
just recovered from 'he flu,
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith enter
tained at card and dancing la i Fri
day night
Mr. and Mrs. C 11. Kincaid and
Helen and .lack Kincaid of Cham
bers were guests at the Oscar Kin
raid home over Christmas.
Miss Carrie Bound? arrived Sat
urday from Salem, Ore , to upend the
holidays with her parents, Mr. and
Mi C. i: Boundy.
Mr, K. C. Hcdglen of Pullman
spent Tuesday evening at the I. It.
Rucker home.
('. P. hooper left on Tuesday foi-
St. .John, after spending three weeks
at the 1,. v. Rucker home
Lester and Howard Flock of Pull
man spent this week at the I. R.
Rucker home
Master Bobby Pritchard was quite
sick the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Klemgard en
tertained the Five Hundred club on
Wednesday night, .1. T. La Follotte
and Mis. \V. C. Kamerrei receiving
prizes for high scores and T. C.
Young and Mrs. ("has. Vollmer re
ceiving prizes for the low scores
Mr. and Mrs. V. L. lllggins enter
tamed the I. R. Rucker family and
the Ben Hen on family with a
Christmas tree and cards on Christ
mas eve.
The Bryant, Irene and Ontario
schools gave Christmas programs on
Friday night. The program given at
the Bryant school was as follows:
Jack Frost's Greeting. . .Earl Martin
Recitation, 'Why?" lay Snyder
A Btory, "The Firs! Christmas
Tree" .. .* Lloyd Moys
Recitation, '•Christmas Stock
inns" Christine Collins
Duet, "Christmas Song" . .
Hetty I [em Ich . Rob't Henrichs
Recitation, runpa :" Rob Collins
Drill "Christmas Shopper ' . .
Five girl •
Recitation, "What the Reindeer
Did" Louise Hinrlchs
Recital lon, "A Christmas Hve
Thought" Ruth Snyder
Recitation, "Santa Clans".,..
Delberl Rucker
Recitation, "What I Want"....
Helen Collins
Play, "Christmas Eve in throe acts.
Act. I. Place, a living room . time,
about 7 .;u o'clock on Christmas
t'VO.
Act 2. Place, same room; time.
about 11:30 the same evening.
Art '.',. Place same room; time,
30 minutes later
Characters
Mother Josephine Collins
Joseph John Snydei
Clarence Wilbur Martin
Ruth Betty Him Ii
Hilda Beryl Snyder
Jeanett Christine Collins
Santa ClaUB Lloyd Moys
Fairy Ruth Snyd^r
The Herald prints butter wraps.
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Chancellor
Cigars
ST.\M».\Kl> <>!' COMPARISON
THE CITY CLUB
JOH.VXIE GAXXON, Prop.
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