The Polk County post. (Independence, Or.) 1918-19??, May 13, 1921, Image 1

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Make the garden glow with blossoms. We
have a splendid assortment of flower seeds
here. You can find just the thing for your
beauty spots”.
MAY 13, 1921
Oak Point Wo man s Club Enthusiastic
Over Community Service Work
Mother’s Day services were
celebrated in all the churches
with pretty tributes and appro­
priate musical numbers
and white flowers were in evi
denee, worn in remembrance of
mothers who are living and
those who have passed on. Many
aged and shut-in mothers were
fhe opportunity to attend
services on the day devoted tc
them and every son and every
daughter was reminded that:
“ A mother is a mother still; the j
holiest thing alive.”
The county library system will
be in operation in Polk county
June 1. W. S Muir, president
of the Dallas Library board, was
in town Saturday consulting
with members of the local board
about the matter. Mr. Muir is
enthusiastic about the plans;
however, some members of hi«
board were reluctant to enter in­
to the contract as Dallas
levied a city tax of 1A mills and
already had about 3000 volume:,
on their shelves But
eryone is satisfied and believes Adolph Hirschberg Dead
Adolph Hirschberg of Salem,
the system will mean much to
our people, as the county sys' brother of H. Hirschberg, died
terns wherever tried have been j in a Capital City hospital Thurs-
pronounced a success.
Miss day morning after a brief illness.
Frank Hout, a graduate from Mr. Hirschberg operated a cigar
the Los Angeles Library Train­ store in Independence several
ing School, has been employed years ago. The funeral will be
as librarian. Miss Hout has al­ held in Albany at 2 o'clock this
so had three year’s work under afternoon. Dr. Dunsmore will
Miss Marvin at the State Li­ have charge of thè service. In­
brary. . Independence, as will terment will follow at the Jewish
also other places, retain a cus­ cemetery.
todian and library board as be­
fore, and Miss Hout’s time will Foster JoinsBuiletin Service
be divided between the several
O. L. Foster, manager of the
All communities com­ Independence Realty Co., is now
plying with the state library a member of the Pacific Agency
laws will receive a share of at­ Bulletin Service. The service is
tention. Among the places al- accumulative and when you list
ready entering into the plans property with him you are list-
are Buena Vista, West Salem. ¡ng with over one hundred
Monmouth, Falls agents. Mr. Foster is very en-
City, Parker, McCoy and others, thusiastic over this new service.
We are all proud of the work of purpose, great and broad and
of Oak Point community, proud strong whose aim is in the
of the accomplishments of the clouds, who ever long to make
Oak Point Woman’s Club Just the patient, listening world re
at the time community spirit and sound with sweeter music, f r e e r
community service were at their ones, a place where kindly lift­
peak, Osk Point was alert to the ing words are said and kindlier
conditions and built a commu­ deeds are done. Where hand
nity house. The Woman’s Club clasps hand and wealth of brain
took up the good work, furnished for poverty atones.” The Oak
the house and also added a Point club has about thirty-five
kitchenette The officers of this energetic members and has re-
progressive club are; president, j cer.tly joined the Federated
Mrs. E. M. Young; vice presi- Clubs of the State. The Post re­
dent, Mrs. Chas. Fitehard; sec | grets that it has not a complete
retary, Mrs. John Wood; trea- list of the members so they might
surer, Miss Foster. Mrs. Young be published but whether officers
with her official family has the or members they lend to the club
“ pep” tq accomplish any under­ the same enthusiasm and the
taking no matter how far reach­ same clear understanding of its
ing it may be. This corps of ideals. Individually they believe
officers and thirty-five enthusi­
with Mrs. Wiggs, "Good things
astic members have the commu-
nity’s interests equally at heart. really do not belong to me un­
They realize that “ a woman’s til I have passed them on to my
club is a meeting place of those friends.”
Prune Crop Sutteis
Engagement ot Orln
From Weather Conditions
Oadman Announced
According to the Observer,
The engagement of Orin Dad
late developements prove that man and Miss Dorothy Morrill of
the Polk county prune crop has Var couver, B. C., has been an­
been greatly damaged by the re­ nounced. The young people are
cent rains and cold weather.
both former students of 0. A. C.
Opinions differ as to the per
cent of damage, but few experts
put it below 33 per cent and
some as high as 75 per cent. A s. _ _ _
the same weather conditions I ° ' ^ / ^ t e r made a business
I have prevailed thruout the prune tr,p to Dallas Wednesday,
section of Oregon and California | Mrs. Lucy Smith is visiting
it is thought that when investi-1 relatives in Portland,
gation is made it will be found
The ferry was out of commis
that the damage in all prune sion a few hoars Monday. Dur­
growing sections has been larger. ing that time I. Baun took O. E.
passengers to Salem.
Ross Nelson has returned
from Rosebarg.
Miss Cacilia Birkholz was here
Phone the news to 7022.
from Portland Sunday.
The Civic Club is arranging for
The trial of C. Burton Dur-
a silver tea at the home of Mrs.
which was to have been
C. 0. Sloper Wednesday, May
morning has been
18. All members and friends of
the Club are invited. There will
be an interesting program dur-
Mrs. C. W. Henkle entertain­
ing the afternoon.
ed the Tatting Club and a few
The funeral of Arnold Grant
Hill, oldest son of Mr, and Mrs.
Homer Hill, was held in th*
While reminiscing and search­
Presbyterian church Sunday af­ ing through many keepsakes laat
ternoon at 2 o'clock in the pres­ Saturday, Mrs. I. Claggett dis­
ence ol many sorrowing relatives covered a $10 bill which she had
and friends. Dr. H. C. Duns­ entirely lost sight of. The bill
more spoke a few brief words of or bank note was issued by the
tribute to the young life and Grand River Bank of Grand
endeavored to appease the grief Rapids, Mich., Nov. 15, 1137.
of the bereaved. Mrs. Claire Mrs. Claggett brought the money
Irvine sang in appealing voice, across the plains to Oregon in
"Some Day It Will All Be Over” 1853 and it has been among her
and "Abide With Me.”
The prized possessions these many
body was laid to rest in a jyearB. The bill is yellow with
dower-covered grave in the age aad Mrs. Claggett ex­
Pioneer cemetery at Rickreall.
pects to exhibit it at the World’s
Arnold Grant Hill was born in Fair in Portland in 1925.
Independence Nov. 16, 1906, and
died May 6th, 1921. He had
been ill about two months, six
weeks of the time being spent in
the hospital. All that m^^ical
skill and tender care could do to
restore him to health was done
The Independence base ball
two-fold, but without avail. At team will cross bats with Perry­
the last specialists were sum­ dale Sunday. Manager Williams
moned from Portland but they says Independence has a good
were powerless to even retard line-up. It has been suggested
the summons from "Him who the following will make a good
doeth all things well.” Arnold yell for the home team —
was of the same lineage as Gen­
Cut his throat,
eral Grant. His name appears
Cut his jaw.
in the Grant family tree about
Leave his face
the eighth generation. He was
Raw! Raw! Raw!
in the 8th grade in school and
during his illness was ambitious
to get baek to school and his
school-mates among whom he
was a great favorite. Besides
parents ke is survived by one
brother. Orville, and two sisters,
Get out your rabbit’s foot- Be
Martha and Elinor. Their sor­ sure and see that it’s a left hind
row is intense, but with the foot. Make certain the rabbit
thought of the rest in the world was ¿aught ir^tfie dark of the
beyond, they remember with moon—just where no “ nigger”
Bryant that—
child would ever go. Wear said
"He guides and near him they
rabbit’s foot around your neck
Follow delighted, for he makes and Mr. Hoodoo Man won’t
them go
come near you even if it is Fri­
Where dwells eternal May
day, the 13th.
And Heavenly roses blow,
Deathless, and gathered but
again to grow.”
Independence Plans
Perrydale Sunday
Gat Your ¡¡audit's Foot—
Friday, the Thlrteeoth
We also have choice seed potatoes, onions,
corn ’n everything to plant a garden.
J. G. McIntosh Grocery
Will Tour California
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hubbard
are contemplating a trip through
California and into Mexico. They
expect to leave about May 28,
and will be accomoanied by their
Miss Winnogene Peterson took a(JditionaI *uest8 Monday aftei’ son, Claude Hubbard, and fami­
ly of Portland. The trip will be
her Sunday school class at Air- noon-
lie for a hike last Saturday which
Mrs. O’Donnell entertained the made in a Cadilac touring car.
included a picnic dinner in th e 1 Altar Society last Thursday af-
Try an an in The Post.
Mrs. Fitehard Guest at
University ot Oregon
Mrs. Chas. Fitehard returned
Wednesday from Eugene where
she had been to visit her daugh­
ter, Miss Dorothy, who is a stu­
dent at U. of 0.; also to attend
the exercises arranged for the
mothers of the students. Mrs.
Fitehard reports a delightful
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Best Values
From K. K. K.
Good Cooks
prefer our
A Present For
The Sweet Girl Graduate
We have made arrangements with the
K K. K. people to make suits to m easure for us.
I f you have any cloth bring it in and we will
make it up for you at the following prices—
d] Of course you want <o give her something—but it’s
rather a problem to decide definitely upon which of the
many pretty things to give.
dj W e have had infinite experience in choosing for ‘‘her’’.
Our advice and assistance in selecting has been beneficial to
many of our best customers. Perhaps we may help you to
UJ W e b a » e been l O r - i i r . t r in o u r p u r c h a s e , th is y e a r. O u r I to c k c a n t a in i
m a n y lit t le a rtic le s a d m u a b ly s a l le d for g ra d u a tio n g ill p w p o s e « .
T h e p n e a s a r t e x c e e d in g ly r e a s o n a b le
W o a t y o u c o m e in a n d see?
$ 21 , $ 24 , $ 26.50
according to linings used. We can sell you cloth
from $2 to $ 8 per yard. It takes from 3 1-4 to
1 yards per suit, accordiug to size. Now figure,
and come and see us, and we will save you money.
Yours truly,
O. A. Kreamer
No matter how efficient a cook may be,
her efforts are useless if she works with a poor
One of our cook stoves or ranges in your
home will insure well cooked meals and be the
§ pride of a good housekeeper.
You look at them before you buy. See the
BANQUET in our window.
Hack o f them is our guarantee
o f (¡uality.
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