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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 26, 1919)
W. A. Hamca was In Pendleton
last week on jury itnlrf.
Miii Frank Harris Davis returned
Monday from a visit of several day
at tha county scat.
U.ll Could journeyed U ashtuc-
,,a to prl the Wet. Jo :th friends
in that thriving little city.
. Miss Dorothy Bulllnch and Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Tockcr ar iruosts at the
C F. Bulfinch home for the week.
Mra. SSclla Mcrherrin of Athena
apent Tooaday at the home of her B1-am'inrent8, Mr. and Mis. Wil-
parvnta, 'Mr. and -Mrs. W. II. Gould. jjam p,isXcll. Tho Ind' homo is in
" Ross Maloncy was hore with t'ie Motitima and it wns dii-imil best to
Pokie Sctunlay from Walla Walla's, ml him Ij a milder climate iluunit
and remained over night n a Kest th )Hrim.l of U;oro!:s wenth.r.
of the S. J, Culley. Mis Ksther William arvi.-.-d
"Misa Ui VorU is amonjr the col- TucsiUiy noon to rpeml tho Chri.tm.vi
lojr contingent weleowe.1 by tha holiday with h-r !r.nts Mr. and
homo folks for the season of jrood M,-. J. Marl William. Mi. Ksther
rk nwrmmakinr. una .),.2v.l twenty hours at Kcl-
" n-:n: v... i-;t!.. ).. ..
II IlildlU , I Mil 11 "'"I.
awardvd a nch.darhip in the Amer-
kun Correspondence School of Ijiw
by Judps Tho6. FitaGeraM of I'cn-
" Misa Edna Hollenbcek has pone to
Portland to pass the holiday with
her parenU and is promising herself
a world of enjoyment during the fea-
tive season. .
' Miss Louise Rintoul left Tuesday
evening for The Dalles to participate
in the festivities and social en
joyment of the holiday season gt her
home in that city.
.- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Greer and
Mrs. H. X. Greer motored to town
Tuesday afternoon to attend the
Christmas exercises triwn by the pu
pils of Miss Kin to id's room.
Otis Gould is home from Corvallis,
where he ia a student at O. A. C, cinets, Nps. 11 and 14.
. to hang up bjs stocking Christmas j M panistcr, who has h 'vn out
Eve v'th thos ot the home folks at ,aUlj. cytminins his wheat, says he
the W. H. Gould chimney comer. ,ms found no iniitfatjon vf any ,(,.
. Albert Gould, J. M. Wroe and ae by freezing.
John Hyatt have pone to Burbank, Smalliiox has apixared in tut- fam
Wash., for the remainder of the win- jly of M. C. Eagleton below town,
ter. They, have some leveling con- Misa Tatricia EaRleton bcinsr thi pa
tract work to dp for Tom McCarty. tient.
George Blomsrren is one of the col- A new well is beinjr drilled at the
lege set who has come home to Wes- Carmiehael farm north of town. A
ton in answer to the general call of new machine shed is aho bvina built.
holiday happiness, and to assist his Mrs. Curran McFaddcn was over nnd teachers by attending the Chrin
brothers in bringing the Christmas from Athena Monday inspecting the man pi us: rams jrivcn in the various
Log to the firing. holiday stocks of local merchants. mdius, Tuesday afternoon.
If E WISH fill f IIEllf
lpr mSMJIm ttM0 bjaMad Vka MMissa ur
The management and employes of this store
join hands in extending to , our patrons and
friends the wishes of a very MERRY CHRISTMAS.
We thank you for the very splendid patron
age with which you have favored us in the past
and for the magnaminity you have shown in
overlooking our shortcomings while moving.
We also wish to call your attention to -our
Which commences FRIDAY, JANUARY 2d;
at 9:30 A. Af and will continue until all fall and
iwinter merchandise is disposed of.
There will be a general price reduction
throughout the entire store. '
Call Williams had the misfortune
Sunday to break a bone in his right
arm while f i-HtiViitif a I'oid car. Tli
accident hapiencd near Athena, and
Gail promptly made hi way to P-r.
Smith's eftlcc, whore the fraetirc
as reduced. - Toirether with I .vie
'Vcbb. he was on hi way to lYiulle-
tun to meet Miss Ksther Williams.
The revival meetings at th liap-
tit 1-hurrh closed Tuesday night, ami
!....... Cf..i.t.i rm.irirf Ihjlt h,i fi'ls
mm.hwnc,iura(t0(l .v,r the ,irtt
tfUi, ,,,, tJwjr ,mres.
u Wfnt XVcillu1Hav t0 Waiiuhi flir
tho ,,u,.pi0 ef conducting . revival
M . f ,. p,,tni.,.. .. ril
j uHtcn to nns the winter wilh
din r. California, on account of a
Southern Facilic wn-ek.
Miss Anico Varnea arrived fii'm
Homestead Sunday iiioinim; to min-
Klo with kith and kin nt the S. A.
Harnea hearth and to join Tu the jo-
bilee on tho morning that brought
Iace and good will to men.
An illuminated sifa-u beariui; the
emblem ef the order now directs the
way to Masonic hall. H is the com
mendable handiwork of R. (!. l loiii
Rron, the retiring inater.
Postmaster Van Winkle handled
the bijrecst mtiil Tnosilay ever re-
ceived in Weston. It wns due to the
holiday season and to delayed trains,
and totaled 30 sacks.
HavinR pmssmI a recent e.xamina-
tion, P. T. Harbour liRS been jyi
pointei! census enumerator for Wes
ton district and two neighboring pre
3 C5S251 1?:
Tuesday afternoon, tin) l'vbt day '
fore vacation. vii devoted to the o.i
joymcut of Chti.lina.i treci ntul p.o
irrnms in the sixth, seventh omt
eichth cisilo rooms,
j;unu'S wtiv nl: I'UiViO.
1 sl Fiiday nfinnioon C 3. U.
l.iU'lMI' citt .' f MK. ritiVvito'i'.i
nwiii nU-rtameiI th i-ii'lillj ;'a .!.
A di-hnte -(i pivtn and invvl i ry
Miss t'ol.i'i' room w,t lluiiv ly
decorated for firs-tnm witn a tivf.
nostoiM. iuluivs, !,.ut. vn find
0s otlnr tlun::. Tho m,nU -a
nU,. made t'u cov-m for thei h.v.s
r-f diavwnifp aii.l the rowltH ne v
fiotty. A ui'ti in was enjoyed .-i
Mrs. Fitrpntri. k' r.umi nlo fi
j"jed a Chrlstm.i:. trv.- nnd r.v;ir. -
lh M-t and mvuvI na!-" I'""
boon busv for tho h-t(WccS .vt..i.
thinjrs rendv for u t .lt:.t!'!. I'l '
K'-i' i atil
r.iti.m--. They in: .; '
bells and ;.t.Li:ie.. uliii-li v.kie n
ram.'cd mvtind the blackboii"!. Th'
proniHi-t oi' dectmttim; the room v .
lwkcd furwarl to so inuh tiiat Mis
Rintoul eollM'liUd to deeonitc it ill
school time, so th;U u'.l mi-rl.t. e.n -y
The ipiestii'i' for the state eo.r. e
in lltl'l.1 rtuily will arrive on June: i;.
li!, and the hii'h scinnd I r.ts au
are takiuic the stii.ly may t;il:e t;.e
examinnttou then if they m d. iiv.
About half i f the tenchi-rn Vi r.
home, v.hile the others reniainrd in
Western for I'.v CStrit'iias holidr,; .
Otlvin frocs to Haines, AS :
Rintoul to The Dalles and Miss li !-
leiibeck and Miss IU-own to l'oit-
Mr. Fil.patrick trees to IVrtland
next week to atUnd tile State Teach
ers a.-soi intion.
The spirit of Christmas was show si
Tuesday iiU'ini'i;' in i..nic of t w
hi,:h school clashes, by the rcai'.i...!
ef Christmas ..iie.
Some i.f the I.Ui' Kradiuites v. u
have been away at rolietr ar.d ar
home for vacation made slmrt c:.' i
on th" I.i-h s .!;ool the Fitter part of
!.-ut week. An.eur them w .-rv Ci o.
Blomrren. Otis Could, Ua.el Dun
run, Dorothy I'roebstel ! Cl.ii
ence Th eny.
Many j arcit.: pleased the pupils
At toe Standard Thcatrt
A lint of (rood pictures comlnir In
t row to the ritarnlaH Theatre U
uun Mow. In tin; IM are two
lain which come within tin.
(!; t two weeks. They lire "raise
l ,K-ej," a bin one of seven reels, to-
ether with Arbuoklo in "A Conn-
on Saturdny vvenliur.
Thia one in followed by
i;liimho Sweet in "A Woman of
r:,Miiv." on Wednesday evonlmr,
.'. i-uaiy 7. Iluth at hig nine lvel
slmwa--auia-r-apeciala r.t 23 and U)
nts, Mir tax included. Oilier uu-
I -r-spci Inls booketl aie "Tlia Flnnu
if the Yukon, Her Ui ;ht t Hup-
. in is," "Th Miracle Man" and
For the holiday season, in addil-
to "Fires of Faith" acrmed last
i(,nt " A-reol n,w "Tha Great-
,t '' Uf" '''' "'itl'l
Charles Hay In "Ills Own Homo
Mmuny niKM.wmt narry tar-
imdny nii:ht.vllh Harry Car-
' in i.nm j-o-i-i o new ..
"''t. "re acreeniM nt it-.ulur ad-
i-slon I'rU-ea. Thcw are nn hot-
t,r l'huicH to ho aeen anywhere for
If"' Pl"'. "4,v or
Remembor, these are pictures that
"e M etvenMl in tho tln atr. of
Miss Tln lma Amleruen joiiriieyed
from llumc.itc ad to loin with the
family In i ii.Kint: ("hiistma cumU
and tu uniny the holiday season with
ivlatives and friviid.i in Weston,
At the close of a prosperous year
we wish to extend our friends and
patrons an expression of our cor
dial good will and esteem. We
have appreciated their patronage
and have endeavored to the best
of our ability to merit it. To the
extent we have succeeded we
would ask their kind acknowledg
ment for this store is their store
and needs their moral as well as
financial aid. To the extent we
have failed we would ask their in-dulgence--for
perfection is by no
means ours. May 1920 bring them
happiness in this richly favored re
gion, and to the nation surcease of
the troubles that have followed in
war's train. Happy New Year!
Mr H ':-
Noti u Creditor
, . .., ',
In thu County Court of the State of
orction for Umatilla County.
. th w r . , Euu of j( W
To A Whm ,t M-y Coneemi
Not u hwh Wf)n iM L t
0(trr(l the duly appointed. qunlU
w u(u tlntr ntwutor of the will
if j R, OTlarra, dw-eaimli and nil
lwrnum hvlir claim airaimt euid
lM(U w hl,reby muf (0 rrBe
the same, with proper voucher t
tnehvil theiTto, to aald executor at
Weston, Oreuon, within alx month
f10in the Oth day of December, lUltf,
L. I. O'HARRA
llxecutor uf the M'lH of J. M.
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