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THE BANNER-COURIER, OREGON CITY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1922.
OUR NEAR NEIGHBORS
Miss Helene Fromong has 'returned
to Eastern Oregon where sha is en
gaged in teaching.
Mr. George P .Thompson, who spent
his Christmas vacation at his home in
Willamette, has returned to Linnton,
Ore., where he is teachng in the Linn
ton High School. During his vaca
tion he attended teachers' institute in
Miss Elizabeth Gourlay visited her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Shipley of
Willamette last Sunday.
The Willamette Giammar School re
opaned Tuesday, January 2, for the
long term. Athough they enjoyed the
vacation, the children say they are
glad to return to school.
Mr. Paul Fruitt, who has been con
iinod to his home with pneumonia, Is
Miss Audrey Tour has returned to
Dallas, "where she has resumed her du
ties as teacher of the fourth grade in
the Dallas school.
Miss Gladys Baker visited her sister
Mrs. Kruse at the Oregon City hospit
al Wednesday. Mrs. Kruse and her
baby daughter returned to their home
in Stafford Sunday.
- At the annual election of officers of
the Epwortli League, the following
officers were elected:
Mrs. J. L. Gary .president.
Miss Helen Wallis, secretary.
' Miss Lucy Spatz, treasurer .
Miss Mabel Larson, first vice-presi
dent, department of spiritual work.
Miss Beulah Snidow, second vice
president, department of world evan
gelism. Miss Margaret Manning, third vice
president, department of social ser
vice. Mrs. W. W. Davis, fourth vice-president
department of recreation service
Junior League was brought up, but it
was decided to haqve it discussed at
the next cabinet meeting which is to
be held at the home of Mrs. J. L.
Gary Sunday afternoon.
The Epworth League will start
studying "John Wesley, Junior," next
Sunday at the devotional meetings
and will continue the study for six
The college students who spent
their Christmas vacations at home,
have returned to their alma mater to
resume, their duties. Miss Marion
Peterson to Albany; Miss Harriett Sni
idow to O. A. C; Mr. Terry Barnes to
Albany and Mr. Waldron Hyatt to O.
The opening of the High School for
instruction last Tuesday again filled
the 8:05, 8:35 and 4:15 cars to overflowing.
of the cars, before it could be got
back onto the track. This seems
to be a very dangerous curve, for
cars have been "side tracked" here
Mr. and Mrs. N. McKillican and
daughters, Meade, Mildred and Ber
tha, Glen Irish' and John Founds, spent
New Years with relatives in Mount
John Michels has erected a pole at
his home and is makJng plans for an
Mrs. S. Hogan was the guest -of
her sister, Mrs. Laura Fiddler on
The Bolton Fire Department held a
special meeting Thursday evening and
elected a number of officers. Those
elected were: Assistant Fire Chief, B..
McLarty; commissioner, H. McLarty.
A committee was also appointed to
take charge of the hall consisting of
Wilbur Smith, Harleigh Wright and
John Founds. Plans are being made
for a dance to be given within the
next few weeks by the younger mem
bers of the company.
Ruby Hogan and Mildred McKilli
can were Portland visitors Friday.
Miss Aldona Vathere of Portland
has been spending the holidays with
Among the holiday events of the
last week was a party at the McKil
lican home Thursday evening. The
evening was spent in music and cards
The guests included the following:
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Woodward,
Mrs. Liua McMillan, Avis McDowell,
Dorothy McDowell, Ray Ramson, Rex
Ramson, Ellwood Thompson and
Mrs. F. C. Hall and daughter, Doro
thy, o Oregon City, were callers at
the home of Mrs. N. McKillican Tuesday.
Mrs. Hoffman, sister of Mrs. Roy
lavidson, had her tonsils removed by
!Dr. Welch during the past week.
Mrs. E. Kidby entertained the mem
bers of her Sunday school class at
t her home liast Thursday afternoon.
. t The afternoon was SDent in eames
1 1 and music. A delicious luncheon was
i served by the hostess assisted bv her
daughter, Miss Alethea of Monmouth.
Mrs. Charles Smith and children,
Lorrainne, Beulah and Glenn, return
ed home from Produm Monday where
they spent the holidays with rela
Miss Edith Overbon was a guest of
Miss Meade McKillican Monday.
Miss Phyllis Robinson was a guest
at the home of her sister, Mrs. George
Doty on Saturday.
Last Wednesday, car service was
again stopped for a few hours due to
-the fact that the logging train ran off
the track near the West Linn station
and it was necessary to unload one
Miss Fayne Burdon, who hay been
spending the holidays with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Burdon, re
turned to Corvallis Monday. Mr H.
E. Burdon returned to his home at
Ocean Falls, B. C, Thursday.
Mrs. Roscoe Aimes, of Silvtirlon,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. Mc
Getchie and Mrs Hilda Parker iast
week. Mrs. Aimes returned her
home Saturday accompanied by Mr3.
Parker, who will remain in Silverton
Mr. and Mrs. B .L. Hageniian, of
Milwaukie, were the gursts of Mr. aud
Mrs. R. M. McGetchie Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Swiger, who re
cently purchased the home of Mrs.
Margarc Niles, have " taken posses
sion. The ladies' Aid Society of tne
Christian church met at the icraa of
Mrs. M E. Turner, Wednesday.
Mr. F. P. Nelson, vho haj been
quite ill, is improving .
Mrs. W. H. Wilson, who has bean
tiuite ill with a severe cold, is improv
ing. Lloyj Nickerson, who is witl the
riarinej at Vallejo, California, ivas a
Gladstone visitor Sunday. He form
erly resided here with his pa-ents,
Mr. and Mrs. G. F Nickerson, who
are now residents of Spokane, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. John Yoder and fam
ily, Mr and Mrs. Fred Steiner and
family were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. John Kent last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J E. Hammack and
son, Egbert, were guests of Mrs. Mar
garet Niles Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Freytag enter
tainer in a most charming manner
Wednesday evening in honor of Miss
Mary Louise Merrick and Mary and
Fred Meeds. The rooms were pret
tily decorated withOregon grape, hol
ly, mistletoe, and poinsettas. The
evening was devoted to games and
music. The hostess was assisted in
serving delicious refreshments by her
sister, Mrs. Alice McKinnon. Those
present were: Ruth Robinson, Evan
geline Christensen, Edna Hyatt, Doro
thy Sheare, Erma Roche1, Gladys
Chambers, Veatrice Rauch, Vivian
Rauch, Mary Meeds, Mary Louise Mer
rick, Ernest Freytag, Jack Hempstead,
Delbert Chantler, Jack Graw. Marvin
Hickman, Bruce Wilson .Averil Shan
non, Delbert Hayward, Alfred Row
an, and Fred Meeds.
Mrs. H. S. Sladen entertained at
dinner Christmas day. Her guests
were Miss Mildred Sladen, Harry Sla--den,
Charles Sladen, Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Dallas and family.
Miss Mildred Sladen, who has been
spending the holidays with her moth
er, Mrs. H. S. Sladen, returned to
Monmouth Monday, where she is tak
ing a course at the Oregon State
Mr .and Mrs. F. A. Burdon had
as their guests Christmas, Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Hickman, Marvin and Ellery
Hickman, of West Linn; Miss Minta
Hickman, of Portland; Mr. and Mrs
Hugh E. Burdon, of Ocean Falls, B.
C, Miss Fayne Burdon, of O. A. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Legler of Hillsboro,
are spending the week with their son,
C. D. Legler.
Mrs. J. L. Moore had as her guest
last week, Miss Bessie Watson, of
Mr. and Mrs. Winnifred Knight of
Portland, were the guests of Mr. and
Mr3. W. E. Rauch, Saturday and Sun
day. Mrs. F. L. Oswald is confined to
her home with a severe cold.
Mrs. P. C. Praeger . had as her
guests Sunday Mrs. Isabell Freytag
and family, of Portland.
Mrs. Kidby entertained her Sunday
school class of girls at her home last
Saturday afternoon from 2 to 5.
Interesting games were played,
among which was a walnut hunt. The
walnuts when opened, were found to
contain riddles, causing mirth among
the young people.
Music and singing were also en
joyed. Dainty refreshments ' were served
by Mrs. Kidby and MiS3 Aletha Kidby,
who also assisted with the arrange
ment of the party. Those present
were: Ada and Leota Kennedy,
Edith Worden, Gertrude Ulrich, Opal
Hogan, Alice McDonald, Mrs. Kidby
and Miss Aletha Kidby.
Miss Margaret Clark has returned
to the University of - Oregon after
spending an enjoyable Christmas va
cation with her parents, Mr. and. Mrs.
J. F. Clark.
Mr. Thomas Lovett left early in the
week for the Oregon Agricultural Col
lege, after spending the holiday weeks
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
-Lovett of West Linn.
Mrs. Montgomery has been serious
ly ill, but is reported to be improv
ing. The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Smith was brightened Monday morn
ing by the arrival of a baby daugh
ter. Mrs. Smith was formerly Miss
Miss Hazel Hadley whose home is
in Klamath County, a student at the
Oregon Normal School, spent the
Christmas vacation with her uncle in
Portland last Saturday. She visited
Miss Mildred Sladen of Gladstone and
on Sunday morning came to West
Linn. She spent the morning with
Miss Alethea Kidby and after an en
joyable dinner, left on' the two-thirty-train
for Monmouth .where both will
resume their studies at the Oregon
Miss Sladen also left at the same
time for Monmouth.
Miss Nina Smith crushed the fore
part of her hand while working at the
Woolen Mill ast week.
Miss Jean Moffat, who has been at
home for the Christmas vacation, has
returned to the University of Oregon.
Miss Helen Leathers of the West
Linn High School staff spent the
Christmas vacation with her parents
Miss Doris Mace and Miss Margaret
Du Bois were at their homes in Port
land for the holidays.
Mr. Percy Spark also of the West
Linn High School staff was in Ore
gon City for the Yuletide season.
Mr. J. L. Gary- and Mr. Davis en
joyed the Christmas vacation at their
homes in Willamette.
Miss Minerva Gleason has beeen in
West Linn during the holidays.
West Linn is at last free from the
ice grip. The waim weather and
rains of the latter part of last week
have entirley melted the snow, and the
bushes and trees are already showing
signs of spring."
The logging train met with ill luck
last week as it turned the bend just
north of the West Linn depot. The
last car jumped the track and it re
quired several hours to replace it,
which time the car service to Bolton
was suspended. . '
Tex StovolTs Transfer
Local and Long Distance Hauling
Furniture and Piano Moving
j. Office, Depot Barber Shop
X Office Phone 177W
Oregon City, Oregon
Millers Shoe Store
Men's and Boys' Shoes, Gloves, Laces,
Shoe Polish, Oils and Greases
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING
Main Street Opposite Post Office
Harry Greaves for Insurance
Life . . Fire
Sick and Accident
Auto - Plate Glass
Now is the time to lay
up your car and give it
a new appearance and
this is the shop to do it
for you. Our prices are
reasonable and our
work equal to any.
Do it now and avoid the spring rush
Portland Railway Light and
619 Main '
THE ELECTRIC STORE
The Hub Grocery
- Yes, we have turned that new leaf
and will endeavor to do unto others
as we would have others do unto us.
If we would all turn the old leaf
down and live up to the one that
says: Honesty is the best policy, we
would not be bothered with the moon
shiners in 1922. :
Mt. Pleasant was well represented
at the budegt meeting Friday. Could
not find very much to kick about. Yes
we have had some winter, but it will
soon be foreotten.
We saw some nheasants and auail I
searching for food. Don't think they
starved. Some few auto drivers are
complaining that the new year will
make them change their license and
scatter some of their hard cash. That
is what- hurts. " -
Mr. and Mrs. Rose Thursday even
ing on their way home with their
horse and buggy, were somewhat mix
ed up with an auto. After picking
themselves up, they found that they
were more scared than hurt. A
neighbor took them home and sent the
buggy to the hospital .
Several teachers and pupils who
have been home for the holidays are
longing to get busy at their studies
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. King and Miss
Harmenia King have all packed up
and are ready to leave for England.
They will sail from New York on
the 14th of this month.
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A WORD TO
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Are you one of the many who have , dreamed
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rush and , noise of the city, where you could
have your garden and chicken run, with a neat
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Have you wished you could raise your children out where they
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Many are realizing their ambition in Holly Gardens and West
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Oregon City Abstract Co.
A. H. Martin
J. E. Todd
W. S. Eddy
E. W. Anderson
M. A. Wilson
Sadia M. K. Surfus
H. E. Wright
Dr. Edward H. McLean
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OREGON CITY OFFICE
7th St. Near S. P. Depot
WEST LINN OFFICE
Opposite Bridge m
Phone 386 ' m
Oregon City Auto Paint Shop
I Phone 77 ' with Miller-Parker Co.