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THE ONTAEIO ARGUS, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1922
Mr. and Mrs. -N. G. Sullens ot
Vale, and Mr. and Mrs. Honry Bar
ker ot near Frultland, and Clar
onco and Tom Barker of Washoe,
were entertained at dinner Sunday
by Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sullens.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Meilt were din
ner guests Sunday of Mr. anarMrs.
Watts of Payette.
John Tatterson spent the week
end at the Morton homo In Ontario.
Eugene Shay Is on the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Mlllor were
Wolser visitors Tuesday.
Henry Rabey went to the hills
Thursday for a load of poles.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Warren and
daughter, Darleno, were dinner
guests Thursday evening of Mr. and
Mrs. Q. Sullens.
C. Welcher was quite, 111 several
days last week.
Mrs. L. E. Walker and daughter
and Miss Lillian Lauer of Payette,
were entertained at tho C. Welcher
The orchardlsts of the Slope are
busy this week thinning apples and
picking cherries. '
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Clough were
guests Sunday of Mrs. Maude Culp.
Mrs. K. N. Osborne has been
quite 111 the past week.
J. D. Conner and. wlfo and J. Bur
is and wife were entertained Sun
day evening at ttie Culp home.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Boals, Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Karst and It. O. Hile
man, wife and daughters motored
to Welser Monday evening for a
picnic supper at Oregon Trail Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoates entertained
about twenty relative's from Boise
Sunday at a family reunion.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Van Natta
wero Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
L. A. Van Natta of Payette.
Mr. Briethaupt of Burns, spent
several days last week with his
brother, Alva Briethaupt.
C. Welcher and wife and Mr. and
Mrs. Morfitt and children were din
ner guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Otto Melll is entertaining
her sister and two children from
Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Antrim, who
have been spending the past few
weeks at Newport, spent Wednes
day with Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Boals.
William Grove spent several days
last week with friends in Boise.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Welcher and
Mr. and Mcs.. Morfitt and children
motore'd to Boise Friday and spent
the day with friends.
Mr. and Mrs: C. A. Karst and
daughter Evallne were guests Sun
day of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Boals.
Merle Van Natta spent several
days last week with his usclo, Fred
Spencer and wife of Frultland. ,
Miss Lola Gorton and Mr. Deme
rick of Payette, wero guests Sunday
of Mr. and Mrs. Arner Gorton.
R. O. Hlleman, wife and daugh
ter Pearl and Kathryn, of Boise,
spent the week end with Mr. and
Mrs. P. M. Boals. The Hlleman and
Boats families are former Nebraska
Mrs. C. M. Atterbury and son,
James, were guests ot Mr. and Mrs.
E. Frost Thursday evening.
Miss Gertrude Boals went to
Bolso Tuesday for a few days visit
with Pearl and Kathryn Hlleman.
J. W. Flick, wlfo and daughter,
Mary, of 'Boise, were guests Tues
day of C. Welcher and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Horn and son
and Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Epperson and
son, of Payette, were entertained
Sunday evening by Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Frost entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Brown and
sons of Ontario, JrL. Brown and
family and, Clayton McVlckers at
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Warren and
daughter, Darleno, returned to their
home In Baker City, Tuesday, after
having spent several days with the
Bartshe and Belnap families.
Ray Christiansen visited friends
in Frultland Sunday.
Miss Leora Hauntz entertained a
number of friends Saturday evening
in honor of her cousin, Miss Oretha
Wlnniger of Mldvale.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cram are the
proud parents of a baby boy, born
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Burrus ot On
tario, Oliver Conner and wife of
Weiser, and Hamilton Conner and
wife wer dinner guests Sunday ot
J, D. Conner and wlfo.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Lauer and
son, Ralph, and Mr. and Mrs. C.
Welcher. motored to Caldwell Sun
day and spent the day with relatives.
Miss Oretha Wlnniger of Mldvale,
Teturend to her home tho last ot the
week after spending a fortnight with
her cousin, Miss Leora Hauntz.
Mr.-and Mrsj Walter Davis and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry K. Lattlg mo
tored to Indian Valley the last of
tho week for a camping trip.
Mr. Otto C. Miller and daughters
were guest Saturday of, Mrs. S. E.
Chapman of Ontario.
Tho Oregon Slope Pig club hold a
business meeting Friday evening at
the home of their loca loader,
T. H. Carlco is on tho sick list
Miss Elizabeth Davis of Boise is
the guest of her cousins, Miriam and
Mrs. Chas. Wells and daughter,
Bertha, of Anderson, Ind., former
friends of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Fish
er, snent a week with them recently,
leaving tho first ot tho weolc for
their home via Salt Lake ana um
caeo. thus completing a (our of tho
country, having come by a devious
route by way of California. Mrs.
Fisher entertained for them Satur
day evening, having a number of her
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neighbors and Sunday school class
to meet them. The time was spent
In muslo and conversation, and
dainty refreshments of Ice cream and
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Geo. Glascock has been Improving
his dwelling by tho addition ot a
bedroom jn the west side.
Ed. Ingman, a former friend of
Louis DeBord, was a guest of tho
latter over the week end. They
visited Sunday at tho Hugh DeBord
home In Arena valley. Mr. Ing
man was stage driver In the Jordan
Valley country Bevoral years ago,
when the DeBord boys lived thero.
Mrs. Jess Kygar and son, Lynn,
motored to Ontario Monday, where
Mrs. Kygar takes x-ray treatments.
' Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Bigelow and
family and Fred Kllngback and
family called at thp DeBord homo
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Smith and
Mr. and Mrs. Alvln McGlnnls at
tended Nazarlno evangelistic ser
vices conducted by Rev. Elliot, Sun
day forenoon and evening. Tho
meetings were .hold In the pavilion or
the Bend Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Watson left
last Friday for Jordan Valley to
trap coyotes, Intending to. stay until
Fred Kllngback is doing custom
work with his gain binder this week.
J. B. McGlnnls left last week to
be at tho bedside of his sister, Mrs.
Mrs. Geo. Cornell of Lewlston, Ida.,
who is very ill.
Mrs. Sula Thompson of Ontario,
is visiting Mrs. Chas. Schwelzer and
taking a course of baths at tho Hot
Arrancoments are being mado for
a Joint picnic of tho Warren and
Owyhee Sunday schools In tho near
future. Committees on arrange
ments in Owyhee are, Mosdames
Lowe, Bigelow and Kllngback, and
Messrs. S. D. Bigelow and Fred
Itov. Blom of Ontario, was 111
Sunday and unable to keep his ap
pointment hero as planned.
Mildred and Evely DoBord visit
ed Friday and Saturday with their
uncle, Hugh DeBord.
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Mrs. Conrad Martin enjoyed a
visit between trains Saturday with
her old friend Mrs. Perry, who is
enroute from the east to her home
Mra. Embry Maxwell and two
little daughters left Thursday noon
for a visit with relatives in Minne
sota. D. W. Page has Been enjoying a
visit with a number of relatives re
cently. Mr. Page's mother and his
brother, F. A. Page, havo been here
from Nebraska foe tho past two
wooks. Miss Sarah Page came from
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tha family. She returned to her
homo Saturday. Miss June rago
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Mr. and Mja. Joseph Miller wero
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account ot the serious Illness of Mrs.
Miller's mother, Mrs. Caldwell. Drs.
Wdeso and Fortner operated Satur
day and Mrs. Caldwell Is getting
along nicely. i
Roba and Zena Moses had their
.tonsils and adenoids removed by
Dr. Fortner in Ontario Wednesday.
Miss Zena was able to como homo
tho same day, and Miss Roba re
Four little girls had a Jolly tlmo
on tbo Morgan lawn Saturday after
noon. They "wore, Frances Peck,
Viola Blodgett, Jeanotto Martin and
Margaret Ann Morgan. Mrs. Mor
gan added to tho enjoyment of tho
afternoon frolic by serving Ico
cream and wafers.
Mrs. Overstreet ploasantly enter
tained at luncheon Sunday evening
in honor of Miss Von Readen.
Mcs. Nichols' mother, Mrs. Pat
terson, her brother and friends from
Emmott, spont Sunday at tho
Mr. and Mrs. Cotton entertained
tholr daughter and her family from
Miss Martha Moses returned to
Bolso after spending .a two weeks'
vacation at homo. Sho is in train
ing at St. Lukes hospital.
Ivor Christensen has sold most of
his stock and expects to leave soon
for Washington where ho will visit
his little daughter, Christina. Mr.
Christensen expects to look tor a
now location whtlo in Washington.
Tho Canning club girls and their
leader met at tho Cotton homo on
Thursday for tbo regular semi
monthly meeting. A special meet
ing will bo held at tho Martin homo
Thursday to plan a demonstration
for the club picnic to bo held July
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