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THE BANNER-COURIER, OREGON CITY, OREGON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1922.
We Have the Gift They Wanted
You to Buy for Yourself
You may be one of the many folks who
have the opportunity to" select their own
Christmas gift. Perhaps your friends did
not know what you wanted or needed, and
left it to you to make your selection. -
You will please those who favored you
if you select some gift that will last, some
. thing that is of constant use, perhaps.
Every year, after Christmas, we are
privileged to assist many folks make just
such selections, and we will be glad to help
you in your choice; Perhaps it is a silver
set that you would like to fill-in, or a China
set, or something in Ivory Pyralin, or some
jewelry matched or re made. There are
countless suggestions we can make of things
that will please both you and the friends
or relatives who favored you.
OREGON CITY fQPI1CW&
Sidney Warner of Willamette Uni
versity at Salem, has been spending
Ms Christmas holidays with his par
ents in this city. -
H. H. Johnson of Oregon City was
taken to Portland to the Emanuel hos
pital, Wednesday of last week, suffer
ing from pneumonia. .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Junke and little
son of Multnomah Station were guests
of Mrs. Junke's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Ely, Christmas.
Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Freeze and
daughters were Christmas guests at
the home of Mrs. Freeze s Drotner, u.
H. Alexander, at Sellwood.
Miss Marion White, who is teaching
school at Grass Valley, Oregon, is
spending the Christmas holidays with
her parents in this city. ,
Miss GlydSchuebel, a senior at U.
of O., came home last Saturday to
spend the holidays with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. Schuebel. '
Andrew Naterlin of the University
of Idaho at Moscow, arrived home Fri
day of last week to spend the Christ
mas holidays with nis parents.
Among the students of Reed College,
who are spending their Christmas va
cation with their parents here, are lea
Miller and George Dambach.
"""Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Alldredge and
son Beldon were dinner guests Christ
mas at the home of. Mrs. Alldredge's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Mead, at
Phillip Paine, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Harry W. Paine, arrived home Thurs
day of last week, to spend Christmas
with his parents. He is in the employ
of engineer Hal Rands.
GOOD feYE, OLD YEAR.
fl OOD-BYE, Old Tear! the Fickle
Pursues another Flame,
And Time the ruthless, changing
Time . ,
Will now erase your name.
And yet your younger rival with
His aspect bright and new
Is but an unread version of '
The hopes we had in you.
The apple-blossoms of his Spring,
The little seeds that lie
Deep buried in the Heart of Earth,
Will live again and die.
He, too, will give the warmth of Sun,
And days -of slanting rain,
As he deals out our yearly share ..
Of happiness and pain. .
The big round moon and silver stars
That lighted up your skies '
Will shine, upon as many loves .
In just as many eyes.
And he will bring the fragrant June
When crimson roses nod.
And hurry through the Summertime
To flaunt the goldenrod.
The painted pathway of his Fall
Will be with clouds o'ercast,
Because his Winter footseps reach
The Portal you have passed.
Good-bye, Old year! We loved you
We found your treasures dear,
But you have died as monarchs die
And so Long live the Tear!
Mr. and Mrs. George Simmons and
son Allen, accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Boylan and son Bobbie,
of Portland, were guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. U. ureen. iu
Center street, , Christmas. Mrs. Sim
mons and Mr. Boylan are sister and
brother of Mrs. Green.
The Banner-Courier Thrift
Campaign Is A ,
Fifty cents free where, when?
page two, this issue.
Olin Switzer was a guest of friends
in Portland on Christmas day.
Read the Banner-Courier plan for
starting a bank account, on page two
of this issue.
O. D. Wool Army Blankets, Army
Store. Electric Hotel Building.
Mrs. A. Nelson visited his daughter,
Mrs. Ella Linn, at Portland, Friday of
Leather and Corduroy Vests at
Army Store. Electric Hotel -Building.
Mr. and Mrs. Holt and two children
motored to Portland Sunday, where
they visited friends.
L. Riggs, who is employed at the
Jones Co. drug store, spent Christmas
with relatives in Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Draper have
returned to their home in Bolton, after
spending a delightful Christmas at The
Dalles with their daughter and family,
Mr.- and Mrs. Ernest Mosier. "
William W. Alldredge, who has been
confined to his home for a week with
a severe cold, is very much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Mighells Burley were
Christmas guests of Mr. Burley's moth
er, Mrs. Sherman W. Moody, at Eu
Mrs. Frank Schoenborn - who has
been ill at her home on 9th and Madi
son streets, has improved so as to be
able to be up.
Miss Pauline Pace, a student at O.
A. C, is spending the Christmas va
cation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
O. A. Pace.
Clement Lizberg, who is attending
O. A. C, is spending the Christmas
holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Mattie Burkhalter has returned
after spending Christmas with her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Burkhalter, near
Gordon Wilson, a student at the Uni
versity of Oregon, spent the Christmas
holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Rasmusen, who
have been on a honeymoon trip, have
returned to Oregon City and taken up
their residence at Lawton Heights.
Mrs. Rasmusen was Mrs. Minnie Dono
van before her marriage.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin McCord and
son Linwood of Brighton, Oregon, ar
rived here Saturday of last week and
remained -over Christmas with Mrs.
McCord's mother, Mrs. W. H. Samp-'son.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bluhm and
daughter, Miss Margaret, of Pendle
ton, Oregon, arrived in this city Thurs
day of last week, having been called
here by the death of Mrs. - Bluhm s
father, J. M. Mark.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hayhurst and chil
dren of Grant's Pass, Oregon, spent
Christinas with Mrs. Hayhurst's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Blanchard, at
Gladstone. Mr. Hayhurst is manager
of the Pacific Telephone Co. at Grant's
Mr. and Mrs. Harve Fanner, former
ly of West Linn, have returned to their
home in Eugene, after attending the
funeral of Mrs. Farmer's mother, Mrs.
Turney, at Oregon City.
Miss Nelta Draper, who graduated
last year from the Union Highschool
at West Linn, will leave l;ne nrst 01
the year for O. A. C, where she will
take a course in home economics.
The funeral of Mrs. Rebecca Turney,
a forme"r resident of West Linn, who
died at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
H. Farmer, at Eugene, was held at the
Holman & Pace parlors, sunaay.
Miss Helen Andresen, a student at
O. A. C, and her sister, Miss Marie
Andresen, attending. U. of O., are
spending their Christmas vacation at
the Tiome of their parents in mis cuy.
Lot Beattie and sister. Miss Mar
garet, are spending the Christmas holi
days with their Parents, Mr. ana mrs.
A. L. Beattie. The young people are
students at the University of Oregon,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller of Clover
dale. Oregon, spent the Christmas
week-end with Mrs. Miller's mother,
Mrs. Mildred Stafford. Mrs. Miller was
Mfes Dorothy Stafford before her mar
The Misses Mary and Frances Shan
non. twin daughters of Mayor and' Mrs.
J. Shannon, who are teaching school
nne at Willamette and the other at
Welch's are home for their Christmas and Mr. and Mrs. William Nickols and
vacation. I son of Portland
Dan Finucane, who has been re
ceiving medical treatment in a .mili
tary hospital at Ft. Kearney, Calif., has
mved at Oregon City to spend tne
Christmas holidays with his father, Pat
Finucane, and his brothers. He is
much improved in health.
That's the boy scout jnotto and it is
eood motto for everyone. The best
preparedness for life is a savings ac
With the aid of the Banner-Courier
Thrift Coupon, everyone in Sandy can
open a savings account for exactly one-
half of the usual necessary amount.
Many men, women and children have
already taken advantage of tljis gener
ous offer. Present the Banner-Courier
Thrift Coupon and 50c at the Clacka
mas County Bank and you can open a
$1.00 Savings Account:
When you open your account, you
will be presented with a Liberty Bell
famous Liberty Bell that rang out its I
famous Liberty Bell that rangout its
message of Independence on July 4,
1776. The Liberty Bell Bank teaches
both Thrift and Patriotism. It will
make your boy or girl a better Ameri
can and will assist in acquiring the
splendid habit of thrift at the time
most habits are formed in youth.' It
will be-a constant reminder to. them of
the early sacrifices that made this
great country possible and will stand
as a symbol of independence in your
Out of town readers of the Banner
Courier are perfectly free to take ad
vantage of the Banner-Courier's offer
to start a savings account in the Clack
amas County Bank, but you are re
quested to send along with your initial
deposit 4c in stamps to pay postage
on a Liberty Bell Bank.
If you have not already taken advn
atage of the Banner-Courier's generous
offer and opened a savings account, do
so without further delay. Why not
clip the accompanying thrift coupon
right now and open your account the
first thing tomorrow?
BEGIN THE NEW YEAR RIGHT!
Sherwood1 Couple Get License
A marriage license was issued in
Vancouver, Washington, last Saturday,
to Louise M. Christenson, 27, and Fay
Snider, 20, both of Sherwood.
Mr. and Mrs." Roy O. Woodward and
daughters, Helen and Hazel Jean, went
to Estacada, Saturday evening, and on
Sunday .ate Christmas dinner with the
Womers Mrs. Woodward's people.
They returned home Sunday night and
attended the Woodward family dinner
on Christmas day.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Linton of Divi
sion street had as their guests for the
Christmas week-end their son, Archer
Linton, who has been at Vancouver,
B. C, for three years; their daughter,
Mrs. C. E. Powell, with her husband
and three children, of Valsetz, Oregon
Strictly a Floor Paint
Made to Walk On
Floors always become worn Quicker
than any other surface in the home.
A paint brush and a little
liisiDE Floor Pauit
will always make floors fresh, attractive and
durable. It is made to withstand the constant
scuffing of heels and the hard wear to which
floors are subjected.
Inside Floor Paint is easilv ap
plied and dries over night with a
good gloss. It is prepared in all
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F OM every hand
r comes evidence of
greater and more enduring
prosperity on this splendid
New Year's Day - - May
-each of you obtain your
WANT ADS in these columns COST
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Pre-Inventory Sale of
Here's a sale that will rank as the most important clothing event of years. It's not
because, of the number of Suits and Overcoats we offer but because of the high qual
ity involved, together with the very low price placed on each garment. We have been
in business less than 10 months so you are assured of only the newest merchandise at
this sale. -
Comprises every Kirschbaum and Gold Bond Suit or Overcoat in the
house priced up to $35.00.
Comprises every Society Brand and Kirschbaum Suit or Overcoat in
the house priced from $40.00 to $50.00.
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