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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1918)
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BREVITIES1 HOSPITAL BREVITIES
The home of Mr and Mm. W W
Lemon m the scene of much enjoy
ment Ihhi Thursday afternoon when h
number of former schoolmate ami
friend gsthered there on the lawn
In honor of little Mlsa Owendoln
Newton, who In vlaltlng Alice Dorman
at the present time. The afternoon
wim pent In game until o'clock
when dinner wan nerved to the mall
guests on the porch. The table were
daintily decorated and similar decora
tions were used on the porch.
Those present were Owendnlyn
Newton, Alice Dorman, Tiit-lma l.nii
kin of i'ayette. Margaret Hlackaby.
Phyllis Watson. Margaret Dranc.
Alice and Margaret Watson, Alma
and Ituili Human, Uils Priming, Mrs
H H. Whitney. Mrs. S D DerSbSS
ami Mra. W W Letson
On Monday erenlng. July 15, bIhuiI
MM luinilri'il people representing the
ll:iii!l rliurch gathered at ttie home
of Mr and Mrs. Amos John-n and
spent a very plnasan. evening togeth
er. The guests of honor for the Oc
eanian were Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Prnn.
Mr Penn being In the draft list am!
leuilng next Wednesday. Simple r
feshmenta consisting of loo oruu n
and eake were served late In the even
ing. A short tuunlral program i.
given. Speeches were made by lr
W J Weeae, Rev C'has. Hlom, Mr.
Penn responding. The program
cloned with a prayer by Kvangellst
Hunt eommendlng Mr. Penn to God's
rare and asking our Kather to hasten
the coming of victory andpenre.
Mr I'enn say that he will mil r
turn until It can be with a vlelorlons
Bryant Ooffey from Nyasa hae been
very III at the hospital thin week and
.Is but slightly better now.
The Orauge Hall, which ban n
widespread reputation for Its good
time dancing parties, was the seen.
a benefit danre last Saturday evening,
i which seemingly aurpassed all pre I
vlous efforts. The crowd was SSM ni
the Urgent ever Id attendance at a
dance hare, 95 tickets having been
sold. The Ice cream stand and tho
wile of Ired tea also made profitable
returns, so that ovor flOO with
cleared for war work, ncamguard's
orchestra, always a favorite, furnish
ed the mush . thereby contributing
greatly to the pleasantness of the af
fair. Kveryone enjoyed a downright
SOS1 time although the floor whs ex
tremely crowded for every ilatu".
The ladle who atood sponsor for the
party have learned that their lntn
tiou of making Jellies for Invalid Mat
tilers does not meet with the appro -ul
of the government, so the recelp'H
for the dance will be divided up
among organisations doing war re
lief work .
Joe Carter from New Plymouth
was dismissed last Thursday after
upending a week as a patient In tho
Mra. V. I. Edwards had her tonsils
and adenoids removed last Thursday
but was able to leave for her homo In
Payette the next day.
tat K Bucket! of Payette was a pn
tleiil here for a couple of days last
Mrs. (Ins Davis also of Payette was
rperated on Sunday but Is dolnx
Mrs II T. Mackey, another Pi
otte patient, was operated on Monday
Mrs. V. J t'leiuo eiilerliilii.il I
number ol her friends Thursday after
noon In honor of her sisters, Mlnsen
Margaret and Aana MeOlvern. who
are visiting here with her from Cort
land The afternoon was spent in
fancy work and music Ixively . e.
frenhments were nerved at the time
of the afternoon to those prevent,
who were Mra. Walter Glenn. Mr
James Smith, Mrs. J. H. Blackahy,
Mra. K J. Clemo, Misses Margaret
and Anna MeOlvern, Eatelle t'urrey,
Mae Piatt and Pansy Mallett
Garrison Augustus Tureuiau and
Mlsa Clara Carllle, both of Ironside,
were united In marriage at the Meth
odist parsonage Tuesday evening.
July 18. by tbe Kev Karl llauui'.
punter Mr. and Mrs W W. Hlntuir
and Mian Lillian Lawrence of Iron
side made up the wexldlng party
Tom Howon In nome way unknown
to himself took a fall from a loaded )
hay wagon last week and broke two
of his ribs. He was probably over
come by a combination of heat anal
overwork and eollapsed
The V. V. Hlckox family of Klng
inun Kolooy spent Sunday at the J A.
Oraln Is ripe and harveat In now In
full blast. The acreage of wheal thin
year la very large In thla part of the
oitnlry and the rrop li generally SSS
Mtlered heavier than uaual and of
first class quality.
Mr. and Mra Wylle Krakn.
tallied a large group of the. neighbor.
hood young folk at a lawn party ou
iSnturday evening of last week. Man!
Jataid to a lata hour and enjoyed aj
good I inn-
Kdn a Von Keaden has been eleel
ed to teach the Kingman Kolunv
achool for the coming term Tin.
position is probably tha bent paving
country arhool in the county, as the
aalary amount to $116 per month
Virginia Smith of Ontario after at
tending the Boulevard danoe apenl
the evening and Sunday with Jeau
Conklln Tbe girls were aoroiity
sisters at O. A C. last term.
Helen Link of Krultland pent sev
eral daya last week vlaltlag with her
sister. Mra Wlllard Hall.
Stave Co returned home laat week
from Presidio. Cal , where he him
been attending the offlcavs' traiulng
camp for the past month. Steve was
a freehmaa at O A C last year, and
one of a buach selected from thst In
stitution for the It O T 0
An operation was performed on
Mrs. A a Iing Monday.
W. A Tureman front Ironside m
operatnd on Tuesday.
Little John llenggeler from the
Krultland bench had his tonsils and
adennliln removed yesterday.
Ktl Johnson waa another Payette
patient to be admitted here Tueda. .
Mother M. Angustlue antl Mother
lH. Dominic, who have boon vlnltl'i
here the past week from the Sacred
Heart Hospital In Hanford. Callfor
nlit. left the first of the week. On
their return they were accompanied
by Sinter Mary Marcelllna. who will
be there for some time, as the work
there has need for more sisters and
The Methodist Sunday school ami
church held a farewell reception for
H. J. Teneemeyer and family Mno
day evening, July 8, at the church.
Mr. Tensemeyer ha been the effi
cient Sunday school superintendent
for some time. We regret seeing
him leave. They return to Iowa on
account of the feeble condition of hi
fattier, the other aon all having been
called Into tho country's service.
They left Saturday at noon.
The Methodist Sunday achool held
Its annual picnic Thursday in DM
Brown grove on the Snake river Bfa
mllea south of town. Over eighty
people est down to a fine picnic din
nor. The day wan spent la gsmei.
swinging and beating. All presont
expressed themselves as having a
FROM PIAVE DELTA
Italians Push Foe to Rivers
Left Bank After Five
Koiio Italian troop have roinpi. t
ed their operation, v irtorioualy at the
mouth of the run PiSVS by liurlinx
tbe laat remnant of the attSOfl
Auairo HutiKuriuii lone aero lo III..
I.. I' bank of the rivet according to
tbe war office announcement
iler five day of uuinlerrupted
triiKgle," sayt the official lomuiuni
cation, "tbe euewy waa eessplttelj
driven on to the left bank of the new
The .iiirn Hungarian resuiance
was battraMl In the area when- Hi.
rlvar I'uve enter lite Viirtalu- I'll.
Italians puahed forward and raaoSed
tbe nab! bank of tbe new Piave from
Ortaolera lo th aouth of the rtver
and took, 4tS pruaoaaars.
After deeperate fighting tbe Italians
rapulaed a counter offeneive of tb
Austro Hungartana la the dlraottou of
Cblesauuova. on tbe aortbsrn Italian
On the Aslago plateau the statriii.-in
ehroniclea a raid by the Kraaok which
reaulled to the capturing of priaouer
SAd machine guaa Auairo Hungarian
attack betwaee the ITreeseia alle
sad tbe Breata were repulsed
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