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THE ONTABIO ARGUS. ONTARIO. OREGON. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 23, 11)20
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AINGHAN KOLONY PARENT
NEW TEACHERS SECURED
FOR ARCADIA SCHOOLS
Hot Iuncli Committee Iteport l'r).
Kn-HH He(tiiiir MeeltiiRs To llo
Hold Kncli Month Hod Cross
F. A. Gnllcgy anil Mrs. Thomson
Of Nyssa To Succeed M'. and
Mrs. 11. J. Davis
Tho special mootliiB of tlio Pnront
Tcachor Association was qulto woll
attended I'rlilny afternoon, and humid
progress was matlo toward a llvo or
ganisation In tlia Kolony. Mrs. Mar
tin proslded. Tlio hot lunch com
mittee, reported, and tho Bchool
bonrd allowed addlttonal mono
which will ho noodod, tho quorum
was not, and tho regular UubIiicbb
mootlngB.Wlll ha hold tho first Fri
day of encli month. Anothor moot
.lug each month will ho Riven to lit
ornry and social Interests, Tho chair
man of tho standing committees
were appointed and havo commenced
work. Tho Joint progrnm and social
commltteo has an Important work to
do and must havo tho cooperation
and Interest of tho wholo commun
ity. Tho Hod CrosB pictures woro
Miown Tuesday evonlng .under tho
auspices of tho I'. T. A. Tho ma
chlno owned by tho Owyhee, Warren
and ICIiiRiimn Kolony school districts
was lined. Tho partition between tho
two school rooms was lifted In ordor
to accommodato tho crowd. Mrs.
Prltchott gnvo n reading nnd Miss
Ilouch of Dig llond rondorcd a piano
solo, Tho Interest nnd Reed nttond
nnco from lllh Hand was appreciated
by tho Kolony residents.
Mrs. John Vaudorpoot has been
vory 111 this wook. Dr. MacLafforty
of Nyssa and Dr. Weeso of Ontnrlo
havo had chargo of the case Mrs.
Vandorpool was taken to tho hospi
tal In Ontnrlo Thursday,
Mr. John W. CunnlnRliam, con
sulting onglneor, Is ltoro from Port
land this wcok to ro over tho drnln
ago work with Mr, Roberts, resident
Mr. KldrldRO nnd Miss Illancho
Kldrldgo, who hnvo boon visiting tho
Moses family this fall, hnvo rouo to
Washington for a short time.
doo, O. Bmlth has gotio to Dolta,
Utah, from whonco ho will go to
Portland for tho wlntor.
Mrs. J'rltchett spent tho wook-ond
Mr. A. E. Wndo of Lowlston, Ida
ho called at tho KlnRinnn homo Wed
nesday. Mr. Wado was on his ro
turn from Twin Kails, whoro ho has
boon buying seod.
C. M. Honumont loft Sunday for
tho const, whoro ho will look afior
tho Interests of tho Kolony In sol
octlng tho carload of Jorsoya to bo
A largo numbor of tho Kolony men
wont- to tho mooting nft'nlro Wed
nesday.. Eddlo Powell tnado a business trip
homo from Mountain Home. Satur
day. Harry Powoll tins rontod tho
Kingman placo for anothor year.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Hlckor, Mr. nnd Mrs. Orcollng, Dr.
nnd Mrs. Smith, Miss Maxwell, and
Mossors. D. W. Johnston, H. Q.
Tho School Hoard was fortunate
onough to socuro P. A. Qallogly and
Mrs. Clara Thompson of Nyssa to
fill tho vacancy left by Mr. and Mrs
It. J. Davis. Doth tho children and
parents woro sorry to looso Mr. and
Mrs. Davis, for they woro both splon
dld toachors. Mr. aallcgly and Mrs.
Thompson como highly rocommond
cd. Tho baby of Nick Smlts who hni
be on vory 111 with whooping cough
Is soma bottor at this tlmo.
Leo and Heard tho two small sonfl
of Ira Dall aro on tho sick list
Kenneth tho small' son of John
Vandorpool who lives In tho Owyhee
neighborhood Is staying with his
Orandpnrents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas.
Houlard, whllo his mother Is sick In
tho hospital at Ontario.
Mrs. 0. W. Darrntt was calling "on
Mrs. Qulnta and Mrs. Wolt Sunday
Ilortha Dall was visiting nt tho
hnmn nf Unr llnpln nntl flllllt. Mr.
and Mrs. Chas, Thompson Sunday.
T A. Wnltnrn whn hnn hnnn work
ing for Chostor Lnckoy tho past two
years loft Wodncsday for Utah whoro
ho will spond tho wlntor with rela
tives. C. W. Darrqtt wont to Nampa on
Chostor Lackoy has sold his hay
to a Mr. Harry of Ilolso for 18.00
Charllo Onssott nnd Elbort Dutlor
Br. attondod tho salo at Nyssa Sat
Dill Lucas and family who havo
lived at Arcadia nnd Nyssa for tho
past four years contomplato moving
to Oklahoma In tho nonr futuro to
make tbolr homo. Ills son-in-law,
nalph Flomtng nnd wlfo may possi
bly go with thorn.
Mrs. A. Q. Mobro substituted as
teachor for Mrs. Will J. IlobortH
whllo tho lattor was taking tho
toachors examination In Vale last
Johnston, Mnxwoll, P. T. Morgan,
Iioui, u. uvcrsircoi anu 11. u. ocun,
all wont to tho annual mooting of
tho Farm Uuroau nt Cairo Saturday.
Tho school children aro having
vacation this wook, and t will havo
school during Christmas, wook. This
Is to accommodato Miss Nooh, who
Is taking toachors' examinations In
Vale this wook.
Bomp or tho Kolony attondod tho
splendid musical rocltnl by tho
Halowoll company In Parma Monday
ovontng. This talont wan brought
to Parma under tho nusplcos of tholr
llvo American Legion.
The special charm- of Christmas
is in the assurance it brings that
we live in the memory of our
We trust we have left no stone
unturned toward making this Your
Merriest Christmas, and we thank
you for all you've done for us.
May the day be bright, holding
for you joys and pleasures un
alloyed. With . heartfelt appreciation of
your valued and liberal patron- -age
we thank you for that ac
corded us. ,
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WOMKN'H CLU1W All) CllILDIUiX
Tho nnttonnl federation of wo
men's clubs havo Jolnod hands with
tho U. 8. and state collogo extension
In work to corroct tho ovlls brought
about by Improper feeding of child
ren. Tho club women will help In
announcing, advertising and plan
ning tho campaigns to find which
children aro undorfod In any com
munity, and back up tho homo de
monstration ngonts In planning bot
tor nutrition and gottlng plans ac
cepted by tho mothers, rjiho serious
need for this work In Orogou Is soon
In tho large ratio of undarwolght
children found In tho fow commun
ities so far survoyod by tho exten
Notlco Is horoby given that, In pur
suance of Ordinance No. 230, of tho
City of Ontario, I hnvo taken up nnd
Impoundod the following described
anlmah found running at largo with
in the corporate limits of the City
of Ontario, In Malheur County, State
of Oregon, to-wlt:
Ono red yearling Bteor, branded
thus (PX) on loft hip, hulf under
crop left oar, white strip In face.
Ono rod yearling stoor, whlto fnco.
Iiranded clrclo II on left hip. 2
underspllts loft ear.
One. red yearling helfor brnndod
thus ( ) left hip, uwallow font
left oar, crop right ear.
Ono red yearling stoor, branded
thus CD left ribs, underslope left
Ono yearling heifer, no brand, un
dorblt left ear.
I Ono red three year old steor,
branded thus CV3 Azy 8) on
right ribs, crop nnd split on left car.
and that I will on tho 28th day of
Doc. 1920, at tho hour of three
o'clpck P. M., of said day offer for
'sale and will sell above described
animals at public auction to tho.
highest bidder, for cush In hand, at
the Eagle Llyery In said qity of On
tario. Taken up this 13th day of Dec.
"Posted'thls 18th day of Dec, 1920.
H. O. PAnMER,
Mrs. C. P. Smith, of Salt Lake
City, who has been vlsltlnc with her
sister, Mrs. J. P. Joyce, loft Friday
for Cascade Locks and Portland to
visit with her mother nnd other rela
tives and friends, Sho will stop off
horn to aealn visit with hor sister on
May the green of the holly be
emblematic of tho Hope
within your heart
And may the red glow of the berry
indicate your Good Cheer
.,' and Happiriefs
Is the desire of
Ontario National Bank
!her return home.