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Lyle McCoy, a resident of Sellwood
has accepted a position with the J. C.
Penny Co. in Oregon City. Mr. Mc
Coy for several years a resident of
this city, held a similar position in
the L. Adams store and for the past
few years has been with the Simons
Co. in Portland .
A little son arrived at the home of
Ed Black of Clairmont Tuesday, Jan
uary. 3. The young man weighed
eight and one-half pounds and has
been given the name of James Mau
rice. Miss Grace Anderson of Portland
visited her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. Judge H. S. Anderson of Ore
gon City, a few days this week.
Mildred, the little 13-months'-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Ott,
former residents of Oregon City, was
buried at Mountain View cemetery
last Tuesday. The little one died at
the family home at Sellwood Mon
day morning at 4 o'clock of pneumon
ia. She was the only daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Knight, residents
of Portland, spent the week-end at
Parkplace visiting Mrs. Knight's
father, Haivey Peckover.
Norman, the little son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Stone, who has been
seriously ill at his home with pneu
monia, is improving.
Julius Hult, a resident of Hoff, Ore
gon, was transacting business in Ore
gon City Friday.
Mrs. James Hudson, whose home
is at Clackamas, was among those to
transact business in Oregon City.
Marvin Eby has returned to Eugene
to resume his studies at the U. of
O., after a delightful vacation with
his parents in Oregon City.
Mrs. Lee Bequeath and children,
Lee Junior, and Roberta Clare, of
Portland, visited Mrs. .Beueath's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Scheubel on
Mrs. S. C. Oviatt of Medford, Ore
gon, arrived at Oregon City last week
where she will visit her sister, Mrs.
J. E. Fisher.
Mrs. A. L. Armine, who was oper
ated on at the St. Vinucent's hos
pital several weeks ago, and has been
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Arm
ine of Oregon City returned to her
- home at Clarks last Tuesday.
Mrs. Jack Watts whose home is at
Molalla, was visitin gfriends in Ore
gon City Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mrs. G. Fletcher Mighils cf Maple
Lane was transacting business in Ore
gon City Tuesday.
Edgar Brock who is a student of
Willamette University has returned
to his studies after spending the
Christmas vacation with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Brock of this
Mr. and Mrs. Allen E. Frost and
children, Melville and Dorothy of Cor
vallis, spent New Year's day at the
home of Mrs Frost's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. F. R. Andrews of South Oregon
Donald Ryan and Fred Tooze, Jr.,
who are law students at Willamette
University, have returned to Salem
: to resume their studies after a pleas
ant vacat-on spent with their par
ents and friends.
Mrs. Cora Hammond, a resident of
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Redland, was an Oregon City visitoi
Friday of last week.
Beulah Walker and Marian Weid-
man of Oswego were Oegon City vis
itors last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Steiner, resi
dents of Hoff, Oregon, were trans
acting business in Oregon City last
Mrs. Herman Fisher, whose home
is at Carus, was an Oregon City vis
itor last Friday.
Arthur Lindsay,- who is a student
at the Oregon Agricultural College
has returned to his studies after
spending his Christmas vacation with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Lind
say of Beaver Creek.
Allen Larkins, a resident of Mu-
lino,- was an Oregon City visitor on
Sunday and Monday.
Clinton Griffith, a student at the
State Norman has returned to Mon
mouth to resume his studies.
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Chapman, Mr.
and Mrs. W C. Green of Oregon City,i
and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Green of
Gladstone, were New Year guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harmon
Green at Portland.
A seven-pound-son arrived at "the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schatz
last Friday,' December 29. The little
fellow has been given the name of
Andrew Naterlin, a student of the
University of Idaho at Moscow, Ida
ho, who has been spending his vaca
tion in Oregon City with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs .Anton Naterlin, has re
turned to Idaho to resume his stu
Misses Glyde and Ruth Scheubel,
who have been spending the Christ
mas vacation with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. Scheubel, have returned
to resume their studies at the Uni
versity of Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Straight spent
New Years in Portland visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hendrickson,
accompanied by Mrs. Hassell of Ore
gon City, made a business trip to
Miss Lillian Harris, a student of
the Oregon Agicultural College and a
former resident of Oregon City, visit
ed friends here one day last week.
Miss Harris spent most of her vaca
tion at Seaside with her mother, Mrs.
V. Harris, who is now engaged in
business at that placo.
"A little daughter arrived at the St.
Vincent's Hospital Wednesday, Jan
uary 28 for Mr .and Mrs. E. E. May
er of Portland. The little lady has
been given the name of Mary Mar
garet. Mrs. Mayer will be remem
bered as Miss Eva McAnulty of this
Mrs. Susan Linn Smith of Portland,
a former resident of Oregon City,
was transacting business in Oregon
The funeral of Frank M. Navy was
held at the Holman and Pace fun
eral chapel Saturday and was under
the auspices of the Odd Fellows. The
officiating minister was Rev. H. G.
Edgar. .The funeral was largely at
tended and the floral offerings were
O. D. Eby, city attorney, went to
Molalla on business, one day of last
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hartke had as
their guests on New Year's day, Mr.
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Huntley-Draper Drug Co.
and Mrs. William Churchill of Port
land, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smith
of South Orsgon City.
A son arrived at the home of Mf.
and Mrs. G. J. Howell of Tenth and
Main streets on New Year's day for
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Eaton. Mr. and
Mrs. Howell are the grandparents.
The little fellow has been given the
name of Robert Myrle. He weighed
seven and one-half pounds.
Mr. James Fullam and little daugh
ter, Helen, of Redland, were in this
city on Saturday. They were ac
companied home by- Mrs. L. E. Senn
of Portland, who went out to spend
New Year's day with her sister, Mrs.
Mrs. James Smythe and children,
Bobby and Bettie, of Tacoma, Wash.,
were New Year guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Scheubel. Mrs.
Smythe is a niece of Mrs. Sjcheubel
and a granddaughter of Mrs. Marga
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zorn of Sa
lem, who spent Christmas vacation
with Mrs. Zorn's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Alldredge have returned to
their home. Mrs. Zorn will be remem
bered as Miss Lela Alldredge.
Mr. E. L. Struve of Aurora, was a
Banner-Courier visitor on Friday and
while in Oregon City attended
budget meeting. ,
Mr. W. F. Mueller of Rt. 3, Oregon
City, was a caller at the Banner-
Courier on Friday.
J. M. Caldwell of Portland, trans
acted bus'ness in Oregon City on
O. R. Daugherty of Molalla, was an
Oregon City visitor on Friday.
Miss Blanche Jones, a student of
the Willamette University at Salem,
who has been spending her vacation
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E.
Jones of Oregon City, Route 1, has
returned to her studies.
The Banner-Courier and the Oregon
Farmer both for $1.65. Subscribe to
Cleo Howell, a student of the Pa
cific University, who has been spend
ing his vacation in Oregon City with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. How
ell, returned to Forest Grove Mondav
to resume his studies.
Mrs. L. C. Posson and daughter, Le
ta of Estacada, who have been the
guests for the past week of Mr. and
Mrs. Willis Yonce, returned to their
Mr. and Mrs. James Peterson of
Astoria, have returned to their horn
after spending the Christmas holidays
with Mrs. Peterson's mother, Mrs. Ro
bert Warner of Center street
W. W. Everhart and daughter, Reva
of Molalla, were Oregon City vis
itors last Friday. Miss Everhart is
The Girl Reserve Club of Oregon
City was-entertained at a Christmas
party at the Y. W. C. A. in Portland
on Friday of last week. . Mrs. W. AT
White of this city chaperoned the
club. Those attending were: Dor
otry - Blake, Wilma ' Croner; Helen
Tooze, Frances Blake, Catherine
Croner, Helen Harris, Lois Pagenkoff,
Carrie and Jessie Cunningham, Helen
The second number in the Ellison-
White course given at the High
School auditorium on Monday of this
week, was an entertainment of high
quality and deserved better patron
age on the part of people in Oregon
City and vicinity. The next num
ber will be a lecture by Herbert Le
on Cope on "The Smile That Never
Wears Off," on the evening of Feb
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bennett and
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stevens and chil
dren, watched the old year out ' and
the now year in at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Fosberg last Satur
day night. A delightful time was
enjoyed and a helicious luncheon was
served by the hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Anderson
and son, Charles and daughter Glen
na, delightfully, enjoyed a watch par
ty Saturday, evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Andrews of
Portland. Other guests at the An
Chester A. Muir, son Glen and daugh
ter Virginia of Portland, and Mr. and
Mrs. Allen E. Frost and children, Mel
ville and Dorothy of Corvallis.
Mrs. Willis Yonce entertained a few
friends at her home on Fifth and
Jackson streets last Saturday after
noon. The time was spent in doing
needle work and some splendid mu
sic was enjoyed. Delicious refresh
ments were served by Mrs. Yonce.
The gfests were Mrs. James- Shan
non, Mrs. Link Waldron, Mrs. Izetta
Abright, Mrs. J. K. Morris, Mrs. John
Surfus, Mrs. Robert Summons of Ore
gon City, and Mrs. L. C. Posson and
daughter Leta of Estacada.
Needy Boy Killed by Gun
One of those deplorable accidents
happened at Needy last week, when
Oscar Hoffman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Hoffman, was instantly killed.
Young Hoffman, with a friend, were
hunting. They were standing on a
log talking and his gun, muzzle up,
was resting on the log. It slipped
the hammer catching, discharging the
gun into his head, killing him almost
The boy was a high school student
at Woolburn. .
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
. Of Oregon City, State of Oregon
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON DEC. 31st, 1921
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Charter No. 8556
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Banner-Courier the best workman
ship at lowest prices.
Mr. and Mrs. Judge H. S. Anderson
entertained at a dinner on Monday
at their home on Seventh and Center
streets. Their guests were Mr. and
Mrs. H. G. Edgar and Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Green Mrs .Anderson was as
sisted by her neice, Miss Grace An
derson of Portand.
One of the most delightful evenings
of the sor.son was spent last Thurs
day night, December 29, at the Odd
Fellows' Hall when the Oregon Eodge,
No. 3, held open house for all itsl
members and their families. After a
short business session, the hall was
thrown open and a most impressive
ceremony was thte first feature of the
evening. 2 Lodg jewels were present
ed to two of the gentlemen who had
been membrs for an unbroken period
of 25 years. These men who were
honored were Charles Hannaford and
T. C. Thomas. Judge F. F. Ryan, had
the honor of presenting the jewels to
Mr. Thomas and J. V. Swan of Port
land, who initiated Chas. Hannaford
25 years ago had the honor of present
ing him the jewel. Those jewels which
are handsomely designed and changed
every five years thereafter are high
ly prized by those getting them. Af
ter the presentations; a short program
was rendered, this being vocal olos
by Mrs. Walter Wentworth, Lyman
Wamock and Eloise Ely. Dancing was
indulged in, after which an oyster sup
per was served to nearly 300 people.
It was an occasion that will be long
People Who Are
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Loans and Discounts .
U. S. Government securities owned:
Deposited to secure circulation
All other United States Government Securities
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc. L
Banking House," $14,000.00.
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks.
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust
companies in United States
Checks on other banks in the same city or town
as reporting bank .
703 Main St. Phone 44
Check3 on banks located outside of city .
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Capital stock paid in
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Demand deposits subject to Reserve.
Individual deposits subject to check
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Certificates of deposit ; .
Other time deposits
Postal savings deposits .
Meyer, Cashier of the
State of Oregon, County of Clackamas, (ss) :I, F. J.
above named hank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true tj the
best of my knowledege and belief.
F. J. MEYER, Cashier.
D. C LATOURETTE,
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M. D. LATOURETTE, .
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of January, 1922.
EARLE C. LATOURETTE,,
(SEAL) , My Commission expires July 22nd, 1923
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FOR SALE House and 10 lots in Mt.
Scott View, Portland; 7-room mod
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at 725 Gasco Bldg., Portland. Chas.
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M. O. Rose, jeweler of this city, has
recently perfected and patented a
an O. A. C. student and has returned clock attachmnet called the "ever-
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Is headquarters for railroad men's watch repairing
and inspecting. Also every make of bracelet and
wrist watch repaired.
All work warranted and prices reasonable
EXPERT WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
425 Main at 5th Street "
to Corvallis to resume her studies.
Mr. R. E. Cherrick, a resident of
Barlow, was an Oregon City visitor
last Friday, having come to attend
the budget meetings.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lyman of Carus
spent New Year's day with Mr. and
Mrs. Will Moehnke. Mrs. Moeh
nke and Mrs. Lyman are sisters. Mr.
and Mrs. John Meilke were also the
guests at the Moehnke home.
Day Lyons, who is taking a course
in journalism at the University of
Oregon, has returned to Eugene to
resume his studies after spending his
vacation with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Lyons of Oregon City.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wilson, who
have returned from their honeymoon
have taken up their residence at 8th
and Washington streets.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Joehnke who
spent Christmas at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Lawton of Locust
Farm, Mt. Pleasant, have returned to
their home at Canby.
Curtis Martin, who owns a farm
near Madras, Oregon, spent the New
Year week with his mother, Mrs. Al
veretta Martin May of Mt View.
W. H. Parry of Hoff, was in Oregon
City on business on Tuesday.
Harold Kirk of the Banner-Courier
staff attended the funeral of his
grandmother, tho late Mrs. Mary J
beat." The purpose of thjs device is
to automatically adjust the clock to
any position thus doing away with
the necessity for levelling it. The
owner expects to further develop his
invention in a commercial way in the
FOR SALE Two Jersey Duroc sows
and Pigs four weeks old, and one
yew lamb Oregon City, Ore., Route
2, Box 1, Dec. 29-3t.
wanted T. A.
3t p. D.
FOR SALE 1000 Frlit Trees and
Rose Bushes, apples, pears, prunes,
plums, and peaches, one and two
year olds, 25 cents each, H. J. Big
ger, Oregon City Greenhouse.
CONCRETE WORK All kinds includ
ing sidewalks and basements. Chim
neys repaired. M. Long, Telephone
264-R 4-28 tf
STRAYED 10 head cattle, also 1
Brindle cow with chain on horns.
Brand P. S. on right-flank. Address
J. L. Smithson, Molalla Oregon.
WANTED To hear from owner of
good ranch for sale. State cash
price, full particulars . D. F. Bush,
FOR SALE 50 empty Bee Hive
Honey Extractor and wax press. X.
Widmar, 16th and Division Sts, Oi"
gon City Jan. 5-3t. P. D.
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