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ONTARIO. MALUEUR COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30 , 192.
GOOD ROADS MEETING
URGES SPEEDY ACTION
Resolution l'nsnetl Asking County
Court Jo Make New lrotiinlllnti
To (Unto HlKliHjiy Comiiils.
hIoh Endorse I'olliium
At n mooting hold nt tho City Hall
last night, called by tlio Good Hondu
conunlttca of tho Commcrclnl club to
consider road mattors nlong tho
Bunko river, tt rosolutlon wns passed
nsklng tho county court to submit n
proposition to tho Btato Highway com
mlsslon.ta complato tho Orogon Trnll
Faction of tho Columhln river High
way In tho county, with tho tundn tho
county has nvnllnblo for that work.
Anothor resolution wns also pnssod
nsklng tho County Court to nurvoy
'and Htart work on tho Nyssa to tho
Dig llond brldgo soctlon of tho Jordan
Valley mnrkot road.
Asldo from tho member of tlio
Ontario Commercial club present
tlioro was u dologatlnn of ton from
tho Orogon Blopo club, and during tho
day E. J. Patch and Frank Grlbbon
of tho Itlvordalo club toft word that
tho pooplo of that noctlon endorsed
tho proposed nctlon. Also tho lutitl
noss mon of Nyssn, through tho hoc
rttnry of tho Commerclul club thoro,
Mr..Lnx, telnplionod to tho meeting
thiit'thnv discussed tho proposals and
J. It. Illncknby, W. II. noolltllo,
K. M. Grolg, A. I.. Cockrum, and W.
J, 4llnnoy discussed tho proposal
inndo to ondorso tho candidacy of W.
II.;rplliimn of liaker to nuccood E. 10.
Klddlo on tho Highway Commission
ntul -ho wns unanimously .endorsed.
Messages tolling of tho community
souftmont woro sont to Oovornor
Olc'ott, Hoproserttntlvos of Cairo,
Oregon Slopo and Itlvordalo, llkowlso
County Judgo IJH. Tcs who was
prosant nt tho mooting told tho gath
ering of tho troubles tho County
Co'jkljisvin'rre nnd doclarod thjvt
tt thiTpresont weathor contlnuos, tho
'road from Ontario to Vale will luivo
to ho. robullt In tho spring.
II. I,. Potorson, chairman of tho
flood llondfl commlttno of tho club
prc'n'dcd at tho nicotine Louis Hurtle
nnd At Chrlsttanson of tho entertain
ment commlttoo Horvcd, "hot dogs"
and cotfvo. Tho jnon from Oregon
Slope presont wore: I. I. nnd L. I..
Culbortson, 8. J. Simpson, A. A.
auMorldgo, Qoo. Lnttlg, I. M. IloalB,
Loo Drown nnd J L. Drown.
J. l. Dlackaby and Ooo. K. AJkon
woro named as tho committee to at
tend the next mooting of tho Stnto
ontaiuo couple cklhhrate
golden wedding chrihtmah
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Dartlott colo
brntod tholr flftloth woddlng anni
versary nt their homo In Ontario
(jihrlBtmns day. All of tholr, living
chlldrun woro present nnd several of
tholr grnndchlldron woro also thoro.
Thoso presont were: Mr. Josso Dnrt
tott njul daughter of Hlllsboro, Oro
gon; Mrs. Miller and Mrs. J. C
Smith nnd two daughtors pf Drow
se, Oregon; Mrs. Hood and son of
Mitchell, Oregon; Dr. C. J. Rnrtlett
of Dakor City; Dr. J. C. Dartlott nnd
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. F. Afnqld nnd
daughter Alva of Ontnrto, Mrs. Era
mn Conovor, n couslu of Mrs. Onrt
lott, was also presont. A sumptous
wedding dlnnor wns sorvod nt uoon.
' John C. Dartlott and Miss Mlntle
Myers wero mnrrlod nt MomphW,
M.lssourl. December 25, 1870. Nine
children wero born t0 this union,
seen of whom nro living. Threo of
those children were triplets, Hugh,
who died In Infancy, Hattte (Mrs.
Millar) and Hettlo (Mrs. Heed). Et
ta, another daughter died nt Drew
sey several years ngo.
rMr. nnd Mrs. Dartlott nro Oregon
p.'oneers having resided nt Drewsey
for many yonrs. They moved to On
tario last fall and purchased a. mod
ern and comfortable homo on tho
oast side from C. F. Cox where they
Henry Orlffln nnd wife spent
Qhrlstma with relatives In Dolso.
D. JI Lurroughs and S, II Hois
vere In Drise on business this week
,' Will lores .nnd Miss OWi Taylor,
both soloifd of Ontario, wwc maf
"rjhl nt ' fcle Saturday of lit wee.
The groom Is employed at tho Ilur.
tie barber shop und the bride Is tha
oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs. Ous
'Chas. A.- flarvln returnod Wedncs
'day from a monUis, visit with rein
lives at his fonder home In Chicago.
MARKET FOR ALFALFA HAY
E. D. Fltts
Alfalfa hay Is soiling at
much lowor prices than for bov-
ernl years. In fact In somo of
tho alfalfa growing sections tho
market Is glutted with no out-
lot In night. Just previous to
tho war a material start had
boon mado In dairying In somo
of tho nltalfn growing districts
but with tho ndvont of higher
prices .for hay and of a labor
Bhortago thoro was a stampodo
to soil tho dairy cown and to
tnko what seomod Uko caslor
money In raisin? nnd soiling
hay. Now with tno conditions
roturnlng again to normal tho
dairy cow looms large on tho
horizon an tho best market for
this Important crop. Tho nlfalfn
growdr who kept his cows, ro-
colvod good prices tor his hay
during war times and now has
n position of vantngo as ho still
has n good market for his crop.
A good cow wilt lold 00 to
75 pounds of hutt'orfat for each
ton of hay oaten and In addition
1000 pounds of nklia milk vol
unblo as n food for calves, hogs
or poultry. Mnrkotlng hay is
a conContrntod form of dairy
products, pork nnd eggs savos
costs nt hauling nnd tiansport
tntlon nnd Is truo conservation.
Good cows can now bo bought
nt n very rcnsonnbln flguro nnd
nlfalfn growers should glvp
caroful study to tho opportunity
of building up a pcrmnnent
market for tholr hay nnd an
Important now Industry In tholr
community through engaging In
tho dnlry business
Tho monthly pay check will
. proro a I'cal nssaVnnd tho farm
win nocomo increasingly loruio. v
Louis Hurtlo spant Christmas with
his spn. Ralph,, nt Hrjee, 0)?on
Miss Catherine Chapman of Dolso
Is visiting with hor brother, II. I..
Chupmnn nnd wlfo In Ontnrlo.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Potton of 111?
Willow, Idaho spont Christmas with
Mr, and Mrs. Harry Howo In Ontnrlo.
Horn, Christmas morning Saturday
,Docombor 26 to Dr. and Mrs. A. II.
Itoborts, n son.
EstoB Morton nnd wlfo of Harper
spont Christmas with relative In
Misses Lela Dnrtshe, Mildred Frost
nnd I'rudy Itaby, students In tho On
tario High School', nro spondlng the
holidays with tholr parents on tho
Oregon' Slope, '
Mrs. Fred 0. Lackey underwent a
surgical operation tor nppqndlcltls nt
Holy Itosary hospital; Saturdny
night, having taken suddenly 111
that morning. She Is reported r.s
gottlng along as well as could be ex
. Mrs. Koithley of Mldvnln, Idaho.
Is visiting with her parents; Ror. nnd
Itoss Mcdlnnls of Mldvnle spent
Christmas with relatives nnd friends
Mrs, D. A. Orndy attended tho
wedding of her nleco, Miss Dora
riughoft nt Huntington Christmas
Miss Mildred Morgan who Is at
tending St. Francis Academy nt Ra
ker Is homo for tho holiday vacation
Miss Tansy Mallett Is homo from
Fortland for the holidays.
Mrs. Loo Cockrum will leave Sun
day for Uis Angeles, California, tu
visit her mother.
Chas, D. Flock and Mrs. Doris M.
James were married last week. They
will mako tholr home in Ontario.
The groom Is tho Junior member of
J. A. Flock & Son, who conduct a
shoo repair shop here.
Attorney P. J. Gallagher left Wed
nesday morning for Jordan Valloy
Ernest Locey wui down from Iron
side and reports twelve Inches of
pnuw In that region, so deep lnfacl
Hint (he horses had to be taken
'rom the range for feeding.
II. L. Peterson made a trip to
Mr. Andy Lackey returned from
1 1 on sir, where sho was called by tho
blcknfes I her dnuyhlei' Mrs. Rav
Duncan. Mr and: Mrs. Duncan ro
luriifd with her.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Pearson of
Wolser spent Christmas with Mrs.
Pearson's parents Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Palmer, of Jordan,, Valley wag
In Ontario Tuesday on business. Mr.
Palmer roports the roads"out of tho
vn.loV well nigh Imrkwabls.
' LOCAL PERSONALS
ED IN COUNTY
Onlnrlo Unites 9800 of Itn $8.10
Quoin Vnlo lhm Prnctlcnlly
$100 of Its 9 1 no Culm Out
Tlio Top AIno
Tho reports hnvo boon slow In
coming Into tha County headquart
ers, It Is ovldont Hint Mnlhour Coun
ty will rench its quota of $3000 for
tho rotlot Of tno serving European
Woro In Ontario tho cominltioo
working under tho dlroctlo'n of Sup
erintendent of Schools J. M. McDon
ald has $700.00 of Us total of $8S0
nnd thore nro novornl donations ox-
pectod which will bring this sum up
to tho city's quota .
Tho largor gifts which contributed
to tho success of tho cnmpalgii In
tho city Included C0 glvou by J. It.
Dlackaby, $70 by the mouthers of
tho church of tho Hlonuod Sacrament,
$01. no by tho llnptlst church, and
$80 by tho student at tho High
school. Of course thoro wfto ninny
donations of $10 oach nnd of smnllor
sums, whllo In dollnr donations at
tho Postofflco tho womon of the com
mlttoo secured nnnrly $200.
Vnlo HrhooN Make Record
Siiporlutondont of Schools U. W.
Agor of Vnlo reports that tho
schools tlioro havo pledged n tpml
of $220.83 or moro thnn half of tho
entlro quota given Vale, which wns
$4S0. Ilrsldo this tho commlltco
thore rnlsvd $100 nt Its first moot
ing anil has socurod nddltlonal
plodgos nnd cash assuring tho com
ptdtnont of the Vnli. quota this week.
Cnlro First In
Tho first district to comploto Its
quotn wns thnt of Cairo under tho
direction of John Knegan assisted by
E. II. Conklln, V. V. Hlckox nnd
oilier. At tho program nnd dnuco
tlioro Inst Wodnesdny $40 wns mis-
ed of which tho Roulovnrd, (Irnugo
cantrlbutod $10 boildo fnntUli'liig
tho hnll nnd , nthor Incidental ox
ponsos. Tho commlttoo thon worked
In thn dlatr'-t and completed tho
Reports received from Rlvordulo,
Jordan Vnlloy, nnd Ironsldo nssuro
the county headquarters that theso
sections will caro for tholr quotas.
Tho reports Indicate that tho condi
tion of road In thoso sections mn do
canvasses Impossible during tho past
two wooks but tho commlttco was its
sured thnt tho quotns would bo foith'nrlhoraiico of tho good ronda pro.
COURSE IS PLEASING
J. 0. HerlMiiinn, Noted lecturer At
traction for Kiiturdny Night Is
Ono of Few Tnleiited Pint
form Men Ou New
Tho winter Chnutnuqua progrnn.
of the LHIson-Whlto Company, giv
en this yoar In Ontario undor tho
nueplcos of (he W. C. T. U. oponod
at the Drouhiland lust night with tho
McCords, a talented group of nuul
clans whoso program pleased.
Tomorrow night J. Whltflold Ray
will present his Interesting Ipcture. j n .Mtf Qt y-jB wm u to
"Thru Flvo Republics on lIors8back i.orltond for exhibition there, while
while Saturday night tho stellar, tll0 oreg0n Stnto RooUmatlon Con
nurabor from n lecturo viewpoint Kl.egg 8 jn 80w,on t),Ure noxt week,
will be presented by J. C. Herbsninn. , A COniiiitteo from Vale ooimtat
one of tho fow really great locturers ',nK of Mr. 7Axit lAoyi niohea and
oi tlio coast country. Mr., ueros-
mnn Is a man with n vision, punch
and eloquence that one cannot afford
to in Ins.
Tho progrnm will closo Monday
ovonlng with n coucort by n troupe
of Now Zealand singers and dancers,
who will present a novel program.
They nro tho first of tholr people to
tour tho inerlcnn cont'nont.
Den Seward who lm been very
111 with typhoid foter U recovering
Miss Luclllo ntygs is home from
school for tho Holiday coason.
Mrs. W. W. Letson left yestorday for
La Grande to attend tho funeral of
E. E. Kiddle, Past Orand Patron of
the EnBtorn Star.
Miss Dess Tumor who taught In
tho Ontario schoola last rdnr nnd is
now teaching in Dayton, Washington,
is visiting the W. L. Turner family.
Miss Eva Doydell of Nyssa la visit-
lug Miss Cora McNulty.
STATE FARM BUREAU
Malheur County Mcinbcifchlp Anmih-k
HutTCMH of ew Union Aceoril-
Ilift To ItepoitH Ketelteil
Hero This eek
President V. V. Hlckox of tho
County Fnrm Ilnronu recoliod u tolo
grnm Tuesday from, Geo. A. Muns
flold prosldont of tho Oregon State
Farm Duroau asking him to forward
Mainour County' application nnd
momborshlp ditoa in tho Stnto Kotler
ntlon, snylng thnt It would complule
tho nocoHsnry number of counties to
mnko tho organization permanont.
A Fariii Durcnii. vouchor chook, nc-
compnnleil by the application went
Dy linking up with tho State
Fodorntlon, nnd tho Stnto Fodorntlon
with tho Nntlonnl Fodorntlon, Mai- horotoforo but IncronsoH tho duos to lug over nvnllahlo stock, theso pur
hour County will become u cog lit threo dollars, por annum. ThhT Is 'chasoM decided upon two carloads
Iho groat Farm Duroau orgnnUntloii much lot thnn most of tho conn. Jntid then, notified Professor Fltts
which has grown up us If by magic ty farm bureaus are .'barging, ns who In Dnlry Speclnllst for Orogon
within tho post ton months. Already somo pny flvo dollars, others ton nnd nnd n celobrntod Judgo of dairy cnt
thoru Is n membership of ovor 1.B00,- ome ns much as flflcon dollars por Ho, to como and Inspoct tho stock.
000 nnd this number In oxpoctw! to or. Howover. ftftor debating tho A loiter from Professor Fltts snys
doublo bororo long. Tho orgnnlwi- snbj'oct, tho council decided thnt It thnt ho found thnt nn oxcoptlonnlly
Hon Is ndoptlng buslnoss prluolplot Vfould bo better to Incroaso the ' flno bunch of stock Imd boon scloct
lu Us work, somo of the hrtghtwit membership nnd ohargo n lowor od nnd thnt ho consldored tho price
mon In tho country serving ns of- ninouut until the orHiinlaatlon wan much moro ronsonnblo thnt.tho nvor
flcorM nnd cohimltteoinon. A namplo comploto. Ono dollnr of tho duos ngo holng pnld. Mr. Grnhnm also Is
of Its methods can bo found In thr w'll go to the Stato nnd Natlonnl well tilonsed with ft.n iniiini mlr.
omploymont of such mon as Clifford
iiiurnu in iienu us iiuronu or rrnns
SUDDEN DEATH CALLS
Well Known Resident
Oi'ejjon Piinm Wan
fleer In MiiNoiu-y Coiiiiuei'Cliil
Club Plumes ReHoliitlotm
With nil Enstern Oregon Ontnrlo
wns shocked to loarn TuoHdny nftor
noon of tho sudden doath of Stnto
Hlghwny CommlBfllonor,'R. E. Kld
dlo, nt his homo at Islnnd City,
..uny u, at iiiuriiuiK. I'twui ir nut
to ncuto Indigestion nnd honrt
Mr. Klddlo was doemod n frlond
of jill this region nnd held In high
esteom hero. Ills work for the
'grunt of Orogon, purtlciilnrlr of
ICnstoru Oregon -will long bo roinoni.
At n meotlng of the Commoreliil
Club Inst night otul of othor good
ronds 'hntiiUBittHt resolutions weroJ
passed uoploring IiIh cleat ii and or
dorod sent .In' his rolntlvoa und tha
commission nn nmnrk of reepoet
for IiIb rolntlveii end npproolatlnn of
WILL SEND EXHIBIT
TO RECLAMATION MEET
Onlnrlo, Vale mill Nyii Unite Tu
Show Prodiirtx of Mnllieiii-
Count) lit Stale lloi'lniuu-
H a Koniinrd. was in Ontnrlo Mon-
day and Interviewed the directors of
tho Commercial club und secured an
appropriation of not more than $100
for Ontario's shuro. Vale In to iwy
half tho sum nnd Ontario und Nh
ha togethor tho balance.
Tha oxhlblt Is to bo plaited In n
window of tho Molr & Frnitk glow
pormlsslou for the uae of whloh wm
secured by Mr. Rlchee.
II. C. Smith whoso louso of the
Mooro Hotel has expired, leafoit to.
uay for Medford, Orogon Whoro ho
has taken a ten your loaso from J.
A. Westorlund on tho Hotol Hol
land, a modem up-to-date 74 room
hotol with dining room in connec
tion and ton apartments.
Tho Ladlea Aid of tho Congrega
tional Church will meet with Mrs
CummlngB Wodnesday, January Cth
The Carnation Club -will bo onto'r
t tallied New Year's Evo by Mr It. W.
COUNCIL HOLDS MEETING
Appioio Mvcriitlve Committee Ac
Hon KettliiK Ihiex At Three Hot.
Iitrn IMiiii Coiunitiiilly .Meet-
liiKx for Itooipuiliilloii
Tho advisory council of tho Farm
Duronti met In Ontario Wodnosdny
nftornoon. This body Is composed
of tho chairmen of tho community
burcnus of which thoro nro now tmi
Thoso In nltondnnco woro Polo Ton-
con of Kyssn, o. W. Dean of Cairo,
K. L. Patch of Rlvordnlo, J. L. Hnm
mack of Ilonlln nnd J. L. Drown,
socrolnry of Orogon Slopo. Tho
mooting wns presided over by Pres
ident V. V. Hlckox, nctlng secretary.
Ivim Oaken tnkliiK Iho minutes.
mo council niloptcd tho now
bcIicmIuIo of dues which calls for n
momborshlp feo of olio dollnr n
Fmlnrnllon of which tho county hits
liacilioil 10 llCCOniO ll IllOinbor.
Tho council also nrrntiRod lonntlvo nflt of tho noxt purchasers,
dntoe for community meotlngs to bo Thoso cnttlo will bo unlondod nt
hold during Jnnunry for the purposo 'Pnyotto nnd Adrlnn nnd nn auction
of dooldlng on work to bo dono In rnlo will bo hold In tho nenr future
bnch comniunlly nnd tho olocllon of to dlvldo the stock. Anyone enn bid
iioxr offlcom Thoso dntOH will bolon tho Block offered, but only mom
rorominendod to Iho community ,hor of tho pool will got tho bene
chnlrnion wlio will bo nskod to call fit of tho plan which has boon adopt-
a uioeung io nrrnngo ror Holding nu od of prornllng tho cost. Tho nuc-nll-dny
roorganlxntlon meotliiK nt tloim will tnko plnco In tho commun-
w,,l" ,,oul "muiioiiioiii nna iiusinoss
ronturos will bo on tho progrnm. A
, continuing rorm of inotnborshlp
groomont wns ndoptod which will do
m way witu tno snuciiniinn of mom-'
liorshtps nflor It Is put Into uko
mIsh Miiowood Rninwiy spoilt
trou-lchrlstmns In Dolso with hor sister,
Mm. Perry Marshall.
Airs. Win. Stovensmi who bus
boon qulto 111 at tho Holy Rnanry
Hospltnl In nblo to bo out again.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Liiruo Dlncknby loft
yoatordny for n few dnyn visit nt
Mr. end Airs. ThomiiH Clng.tt
.pent Chrletnina In Vnlo with ( C
Mueller and fnmlly.
Tho W. II. Doollttlo family la uiov-
lag Hi's week to tho rosldonco Just
unath of tho City Hull.
Mr I). D. PureoJI spint tho hol
idays with hor daughter Mrs. Mor
tttt nt Mnlbe, Idaho.
I Mutfl Mabfl Miiddon loft for Cns
cado, Idaho to spend tho vacation
with hr pnrontH.
W. 8. I'rnsor nnd Ilarnnnl Under
rr borne from the Stnto University.
Mis Henry Orlffln xpent the hnll
1uy In Unite.
Mr ind Mrs. J. II. Gordon spend
Christ mn with relntlvos nt Vnlo.
Mr and Mm. Wm. Wnlkor spent
Christmas with Mr. Walker's brother
Mrs. John Huffman In enjoying n
visit front kor mother whom homo
Is nt IlumL Oregon.
Mies Dnrce Deerborn of Dully
Creek, Mary Uervlu of lioiilnh und
Helen Atidereou of Drewsey tiro In
Ontnrlo during the holiday season.
Joseph Ilnrton, former president
of SiiHipter Valloy Hallway, and tho
Orogon Mills ut DntOH nnd Austin,
In In town tho guests of Mrs. Iledoll
of tho Now Cnfo.
The MJtftua Floeale nnd Volina
Pratt nnd tholr mothor of Wolsor
woro Sunday gueets of Mrs. Wultor
Jnok Pltnor lias Just returned from
an extended trip to Oklahoma.
Miss Myrtln Stewart who attends
eehool at Urenmrton Wnshliigton
hae returnod to Ontario nccompanlod
bv hor sinter and chlldron.
Philip Schnurr of tho Shorlff'a of
floe at Vnlo was In Ontario Friday.
J. F Orr. Division Manager of tho
Idaho Power has boon transferred
to Dolso. Ills brother J. D. Orr Is
taking his placo.
Mm. W. W. Wood has gono to
Nnmpa to attend tho funeral of Gor
don Winn's baby. Mr. Illlnn l a
nephew of Mr. Wood.
Claronco Wood nnd wlfo of Nnmpa
spent tho holldaya with relatives
and friends in Ontario.
DAIRY COWS ON WAY
TOR LOCAL RANCHERS
Piof. 14. I'ltti Inipects Pitrchnse nnd
.MnkeN Fiivornlilo Itcpoit Puldlc
ShIi-h Will lie Held Hoon
A tologrnm from 8. P. Graham,
chnlrmnn of tho Fnrm Duroau Live
stock commlttco, who has been
scouting for good dairy cows In tha
Wlllnmotto Valloy and assisting C.
M. Donumont and H. Frost, purchas
ing ngoiils for Kingman Knlony nnd
OrogQii 8lopo pools, rciupctlvoly. to
got what thoy wanted In tho rhnpo of
good grndo Jorsoy cows, wr.s rocolv
od by County Agent Drlothaupt on
wodnosdny, slating that the two
l,nn nt t1...l .... rt, I ...
v...n ,u.i luiinuiii on i ucsunj nigni.
Thev Nlinnl1 nrrlvn i,nr i t...i
dnv or fintur.w
' Afmr n,niin i ...-.! .i i..t.
chnso and Is now Im.kinir nn ,n
slock In nnnllinr nmintv t,r- tl. i.nn
Itles whoro tho pools woro formed
so Hint tho purchasers will not need
n-.to movn I he stock fnr to got It home,
Tho cnttlo nro nil tostod bofore ship-
meat. Tholr ngos nro from two to
,nlx years. So fnr ns possible cowi
which nro coming fresh wero seloc.
ed In ordor to avoid difficulty In
shlpmont. Additional pools of or
dors mtiy bo formed nt any time
whon n fow mon wish to sccuro cows,
but Mr. Grulinm ndvlsns that thore
Is n movement on to hold for high
er prices owing to tho approach of
spring, tho urging of business men
not to sell and tlio smoothing out of
tho difficulties between the Datry
ninn's Lcnguo nnd somo commercial
concerns which wero trying to break
tho Lcnguo up, Is hnvlug lis effoct
on dnlry cnttlo prices.
OREGON CLUII HOLIDAY
DANCES PROVE ATTKACTIVM
Tho Oregon Club ngnln Is furnish
ing Ontnrlons, nnd frlouds from
Vnlo, Nyssn, Frultland nnd Payette
with dollghtful Christmas entertain
ment. Tho first of Us series of two
holiday dances was Imld Christmas
night. Uudor tho canopy of festoon-
0(, ,.,,,, , l0 clul co)orfi whu
and grOeu moro than 100 couples en
Joyed n program of slxloon numbers.
Russotl's orchostra furnished the
music nnd tho nrrnngeniouts were
inndo by n commlttco consisting of
Floyd Powoll, Chnrlos Roman and
S. M. Doucher. Tho decorations In
tho hall woro nrrangod by tho girls
of tho N-N Club. Tho mwond daucs
of tho aeries will bo hold Saturday
I,eni Year Pari) Tonight
Invitations worn laaucd Tuesdny
for n Lcnp Your parly to bo given
In tho Orogon Club rooms The par
ty which Is tho talk of the younger
Hot Just now, whllo tho boys are
wondorlng "If they'll bo nsked", Is
being arranged for by the wives of
mombers of tha club.
Mrs Annie Jackson, accompanied
by her two nieces, Mlssos Cecil and
Gladys Logan, will leavo Sunday for
Corvnllls whoro tho two young ladles
nru nttondlng college. Mrs. Logun,
who has been In Corvallla with her
dnughtora will romnln In Ontnrlo and
occupy her sister's rosldonco so she
will bo noaror tho ranch at Drogan
Mrs. L. L. Dyor recolved a tele
gram Christmas day stating that
her mothor, Mrs. Geo. Dlauk, who
recently went to Forest Grove, Ore
gon, dlod there the previous day
Hor husband, Mr. Dlank, died here
O. II. Graham was In llolie on
business tho first of tho week.
Mrs. II. F. Moss loft tho first of
tho week for Seattlo to visit with her