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About The Polk County post. (Independence, Or.) 1918-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1921)
T he P olk
LA R G EST
C IR C U LA TIO N
IN S O U T H
MAY 20, 1921
NUMBER 5 1
“K" BOYS j MAN HURT AT PINCUS ‘it Pays to Advertise*’ Criming Soon CHAUTAUQUA
HOP YARD SATURDAY
Great American Comedy to Be Presented at Chauta: qi.a on the Third Night by
the Keighley New York Players With an A l l Professional Cast
Nine Officers and Men to
to Gamp Clackamas
While working at the Pincus
[ hop ranch last Saturday morning
Go I Frank Leslie fell from one of the
houses anil landed on some 2xis,
cutting an ugly gash in the back
of his head. He was brought to
the Davis emergency hospital
an i had recovered sufficiently to
be taken to his home near Al
Chairman W. H. Cockle Com
pletes Plan for Orive
FOUR DAYS’ TRAINING
COVERS ENTIRE FIELD
Entire Company Will Go
Camp Lewis to Train
Civic Club Women Also
To Join in the Sale
Aays and Means Committee
Provide Civic Club Program
Nine officers and men of Com
Under the auspices of the ways
pany K, Independence, will go to
and means committee of the
Camp Clackamas Monday for in
Civic Club a delightful after
struction at the 25th infantry
noon was provided for the mem
officers’ training school.
bers and friends at the pretty C.
members of the Oregon national
j O. Sloper home Wednesday.
guard from units over the state
Mrs. Rose, who is a sparkling
will be there. They will remain
speaker, gave a most interesting
four days. Itie K men going
description of her recent trip to
are Captain Groves, First Lieu
Other members on
tenant Mix, Sergeants Stewart
the program included vocal solos
"It P ay s To A d v ertise,” ra te d a s the g re a te st comedy su ccess in the (nisi decade Is to he p resen ted at C h au ta u q u a
and Powell, Corporals Comoton
I by Mrs. Claire Irvine and Mrs. on th e th ird n ig h t by T h e K eighley N ew York P la y e rs w ith an ull-professional ru st. T he production of the play Is a
rad ical d e p a rtu re from th e re g u la r line o f C hautauqua fe a tu re a ttra c tio n s and will undoubtedly be w elcom ed by all
and Henkle and Privates W.
M. J. Butler. Miss Helen Cor- C h a u ta u q u a p atro n s. T he p lay Itself is elqpn an d w holesom e th rough an d th rough anil packed full of fun. It has
Bullis, Edwards and Davis.
; nelius presented a piano solo, h ad se n sa tio n a l ru n s In th e p a st few y e a rs in all the g re a t c itie s of th e land.
The entire body of Company
Mesdames O. A. Kreamer, Oliver
K will go to Camp Lewis June
Smith, P. H. Drexler and Miss
Odd Fellows in Convention
15-20 for the general encamp
Madeleine Kreamer rendered a
at Albany This Week
pretty quartette. The program
wa« closed with a clever sketch.
Valley Locge is represented at
“ The Need of a Club House” by
grand lodge of Odd Fellows
Mrs. Chas. Fitchard and Mrs.
at Albany this week -by Ed Wiuit
K. C. Eldridge which aroused
Jason Byers and Henry Mc-
enthusiasm in the Club ladies Mrs. Bertha King Weds Harry Infant Son oí Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Wunder was
Last Thursday was an unusual present and resulted in the
by Mrs. Wunder.
ly happy day for Mrs. M. ■ E. pledge of $122.50 for the al
Mesdames Irvin Baun and -J. S.
The occasion was ready substantial fund that has
her 76th natal day and as Mrs. been raised for the Club-house
Mrs. Bertha King’s
Edward, the nine months’ old Bohannon are representing the
S. had not made any special pre the past three years. A pleasant friends here will be interested in child of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Rebekah lodge at the state as
parations for the event, her i social hour over the teacups fol the announcement that she was Hereford, passed Tuesday morn sem bly also at Albany. Mes
many friends though unbidden lowed and a silver ottering of i wed last Saturday, May 14, to ing at 9 o’clock. The child had dames Frank Smith and Robert
announced that they had not for $10.75 received for the Club Mr. Harry L. Smith of Fori land. been ill since Sunday. The body White who were also elected
gotten her and called during the house fund. The afternoon as a The marriage vows were ex- was taken to Woodburn Thurs delegates were unable to attend.
day leaving pretty tokens of i whole was delightful and filled i changed in the Congregational day by A. L. Keeney, funeral
esteem. Others who did not call i with community spirit which the church of Hillsboro in the pres director. Interment was made
Messrs. Street & Ewing of Sa
remembered her in a similar Club has endeavored to promote. ence of a few close friends of the ai the Woodburn cemetery. Mr.
lem have leased the C Street
Mrs. Stansberry is un | The Club’s annual business meet participants, the pastor of die and Mrs. Hereford have the
Meat Market from Cooper &
usually active and is always on ing will be held at the home of church officiating. Mr. Smith is sympathy of a large circle of
Son. The new proprietors will
the alert to give and receive Mrs. Eldridge Wednesday, May a successful business man of friends in their bereavement.
open the place on Saturday of
Portland and for several years
Phone the news to 7022.
has been district manager of the
Western Division of the Hoover
Vacuum Appliances with head
quarters at the Meier & Frank
store. Mrs. Smith is the daugh
ter ot Mr. and Mrs. John Bo
hannon and has a host ot friends
nere who extend hearty con
There is a right style, a combination of the
gratulations. She has also been
right fashion and the right fabric, to fit your per
connected with the Meier &
sonality as well as your person.
Frank establishment. Mr. and
For the young man we have ready-to-wear
Mrs. Smith will make their
suits ranging in price from
home in Portland.
Happy Natal Day
for Mrs, ¿tansberry
IS A BRIDE ON TUESDAY
Chairman W. H. Cockle is
working diligently to make the
coming Chautauqua a success.
He announces the fol'o vin-- <•>
mittels to have charge of the
B St. North—W. E. Craven.
M. H. Per.gra, P. O Black.
B St. to C. St.—Ceo. Carbray,
Gus Miller, M. W. Walker.
C St. to D St.—Claud Ski ner.
J. C. McIntosh, D E. Fletcher,
C. A. McLaughlin.
D St. South- A L. K •" ’
H. B. Fletcher, Verd Hill, M. m
Buena V ista-G . A. Wells, J.
K. Neal, W. S. McClain, M. N.
Oak Point — Alf. Vernon,
Mesdames Bell Rogers, Eph.
Young, Chas. Fitchard,
■^Highland and Hopvifie—H. $.
Underhill, D. P. Stapleton, H.
Suvi-r—C. J- D-Armond.
Public and High Schools—MiM
Katherine Arbuthnot, Prof. O.
Monmouth — Mesdames J. J.
Williams, M. J. Butler.
West of Monmouth St. Bridge
-W . H. Small, B. F. Swope, F.
P. Bush, Joe McLeod.
Parker - A. E. Horton, Albert
in addition to these committees
by request Mrs. Ecker, president
of the Civic Club, appointed the
following I. dies to aid in the
drive: Mesi^irnes George Car
bray. C. O. Sloper. las. Robbie,
Open the Door
to your own personality
$19.50. $25.00, $33.50 to $34.00.
In the men’s suits we have them from
$25, $28.50, $33.50, $35.00 to $37.00
Sold to us for all wool.
We have for Men’s Outing, Automobile, Stage
Drivers, etc., a suit made out of moleskin cloth.
Wears like iron and is made up fine. O. D. khaki
color $ 8 .5 0 , dark striped $ 1 2 .0 0 .
We feel that the above offerings are good
values and invite your inspection.
O. A. Kreamer
Grand Junior Warden
H. K. Sickafoose of Monmouth
was elected grand junior harden
of the grand encampment of th»-
Odd Fellows of Oregon at Al
bany Tuesday. This means that
in a few years he will be elected
grand patriarch of the order in
Mr. Sickafoose is a
faithful and enthusiastic Odd
Fellow and nis many friends con
gratulate him upon the gr- at
honor that has been given him.
Try an an in The Post.
I n Independence
F I VE BIG D A Y S
MAY 2 6 -3 0
FIRST DAY The Apollo Duo. T w o Concerts.
SECOND DAY Margaret Reynolds Company. Two
THIRD DAY “Dick” Pos*-y, the Western J. Whit
comb Riley. “ It Pays to Advertise'*, the
greatest comedy success In years.
FOURTH DAY The Valda Four. Two Concerts.
FIFTH DAY W tepsklcs Concert Orchestra with
Olive McCormick, soprano soloist. Tw*
\3lP at tddy 6 cirbray. Craven S Walker, Williams Drug Co.. Sloper Bros. S Cockls,
liuKClo ■ - dls dI Williams Barber Shop, W E. Craven Hardware Hollander's Jewelry Store. Polk
County Post, Beaver Hotel, Independence Bakery, Enterprise. J. G. McIntosh Grocery.
A mlt Season Tickets, $2.50
.students'Season Tickets, $ 1 .5 0
Children's Season Tickets, $ 1 .0 0
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