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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1920)
WESTON. OREGON. FRIDAY, NOV. 26. 1920
PIONEER WESTON FAMILY
HOLD PLEASANT REUNION
Itul.y Price, Vim Morrison, Wavel
O'llarra! Messrs. I.. I. O'lUrra,
l.ylo AV'lili, Carmen Oliver, Curl
Hrmi.lt, Knlitn limlth and Darwin
FROM OVER THE HILL'
Pleasant Birthday Party
Mrs. Oliver, Dlrkeaon visited friends pussle Um brain whiled away
RCPORT OF TI1U CONDITION OF
avraalon marked the The Farmers' Hank of Weston, at Wee
In the State or Oregon,
A pleasant reunion of Iho family of
Mr. Klvlre Reynulda waa held on
Thanksgiving (ay at her homo in
till city. The
flrrt imi the children have been to
gulher since thv death of thulr
father 2(1 years ago, and tlx oeca
tiun marked by feasting and re
joicing, while, duo honor was paid
thv delighted mother, who ranka
among the must estimable pioneer
wniiirn of tin' Weston neighborhood.
Th children present, mime of whom
were accompanied ly their families,
were Mr. Km ma Nocks of Wii'hiU,
Kniisaa; Karl Reynolds of Fresno,
Calif.; Charles Reynolds of Coulee
City, Wash.; Otis and Robert Reyn
olds of Council, Wash. Anionic th
grown grandchildren in attendance
were Emery Reynolds of
wash., an overseas veteran or ma
rlnca; Ernest Reynolds of
Wsh., and Iahi Reynolds,
present rsaldrs in Weston
in Weston this wtck.
Mountain potatoes ar being mark
eted at f 10 per sack.
Mrs. M. M. Johns arrived Saturday
evening from Vancouver, Wash.? and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Snider extend
ed delightful hospitality at their
THE BUDGET IS ADOPTED
at school m:
hour, when delicious two-course hom, Uit Frid when they -
luncheon was served by the hostess, ,nurtalned a number of young- pes- The annual school budget submit
assisted by Mrs. M. L. WatU. Mrs.p, m honor of the birthday anni- ted to the legal voters of Weston
E. C. Rogers received the flrst prise, veraariea of their sons, CUude and school district by the directors,
a box of bonbons, while Mrs. W. 8. Leonard Snider. A program of novel which has been published in the
Ferguson took the. consolation prise. ,.,., .(forded much amusement and Leader for tha past threw weeks.
i .... i ui-, f f I .......... i I v.. will fw.iul tha wtntjir with hr uinl.
rlose of business November Ki, lirju: Mrs. M. L. WatU has received a The Club will be entertained next by entertainment until midniirht. when a was adopted at the annual meeting
NKMOUKCBH. h'tter from Misa Stasia Walsh telling Mrs. Rogers. delicious lunch waa served by the held Monday afternoon at tha school
Uans and discounts tiJGO 134 61 ot hl'r Intrcstlng experiences as Red Mrs. Lilla Kirk was hostess yesler- hostess. The invitational list in- house. The vote stood eleven for and
Overdrafts, secured ami tin- ' fross nurse in Poland. Miss Walsh day to Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Warren cuded: Misses Pauline Rayborn, one against. It developed that a levy
secured .. " 2,626 49 sends greetings to her friends in or remiicton. and Mr. ana Mrs. J. A. teen Rayborn, Mina Price. Gwen- of around twenty nulla will be re-
Tmsimi Atho""- Lumsden of Weston, r. and Mrs. doljrB Compton, Ruth Jackson, Vel- quired this -year to run tha school
lionOOO Mr Mr"- Ro" C,lron wturned Jlarry Warren and Mrs. Rabb. .m. Baniser, Pearl Davis, Dorothy property, although the salaries paid
221622 l3 Saturday from a two weeke visit with An intensive campaign is being ear- Bowers, Kathleen Pedersen, Ailcne its teachers, averaging f 1434 pet
relatives ami friends in the Willam-.ricd on this week in all parts of the zgleton, Blanche Thoraen, Charlotte teacher, are lower than those of any
12,7H u u" v,IU y- Ut ,,'Ufrmmed ffort obuin Hass; Messrs. Harold Phinney, May- other school in the county of Wes-
u ! m Worth Watts came down from the 1125,000 fund for the children's nr Jones, Arden Lucas, Walter ton's class. The Weston school
ruiimsn w en;oy mo oriei noutiay imm waw v,8i. t,. v. . Ksyborn. f rank Williams, Miller ranks intra in me county in point m
llonds and warrants
Furniture ami fixtures
Other real estate owned
Duo from approved reserve
('hecks ami othrr cssh items
Cash on hsnd
tain ymatilla county's quota.
Mrs. C. M. Eager, manager for the Rro-n of walla WsU.
Social Event at Morrison Borne
Immedistely following the motion
picture eri'rtalnmcnt Saturday ev.
ruing, a jolly company of friends of
Miss Eliia Morrison and Mr. Lester
O'llarra arrived at the homo of Mrs.
R. Morrison in this city ami treated
the honor guests to a genuine, old
fashioned, surprise psrty. Music
and dancing caused time to
swiftly until the "woo sins' hours,'
when an appetising supper prepared
ami served by the Invaders was rel
ished with delight. Among those
participating in the merry-making
were: Mr. and Mrs. I'. C. McCaua
land and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Al
bert O'llarra, Mr. and Mrs. Newton
O'llsrra, Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth
Woods, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lundoll,
' Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Pedersen, Mr.
and Mrs. Cafford Osborne, Mrs. R.
Morrison; Misses Elita Morrison,
Total v $334,949 28 at the home of his parents. Dr. and U. An effort la being made, to ob
I.IABII.ITIIMI Mrs. Watta.
l. l .-!. . 1.1 1.. t ItlWl lift Dr. and Mrs. F. D. Wstts were host
Slarbuek. U..I..I... ,.. liwififl is) and hostess yesterday in their lately weal Bed Cross
completed home, to the E. C. Kogera reports mai aooui was recciveo.
family, at a sumptuous Thanksgiving In Athena and vicinity. Many fain
dinner. ' , HQ who 'ormcr,y itrned up for each
Announcement is made of the mar- member, gave but one or two, and
riage of Mr. Emery Worthington, a others declined to subscribe altogcth-
s A I i I ui.. " j. r Ti .nLa an (tii. thji IaHim mmt
loniier ninena ovy, anu mi.. timm -. - jw
Tho wed- the high school girls for much help .
icsday at tha rendered during the drive.
39,800 00 home of tha bride in Pendleton. w. C. fcmniel, who for the past year
M. L. WatU, M. W
Rayborn. Clenn Staggs, Anson attendance, with a ' comparatively.
Payne. Leonard Bulfinch, and Merle small district from which to draw its
Undivided profits, less ex
penses and taxes psid .....
Due to banks and bankers ...
Individual deposits subject
Demsnd rvrtificatea of de
Union Thanbtfving Service
tax. Taxable property in
trict was assessed in 1919
Weston spent a quiet and restful
Thanksgiving. Most of the stores
closed their doors for part or all of
NOTICE TO PATRONS
and Savings deposits 6I.9M 01 .. hntf, ot p,nHi-ion
l and bills rediscoiinlod 23.9H6 W ,J"tt"n 0tnior 1 "on
payable for money bor- ding -took place Wednes.
In order to avoid much unnecessary
An appropriate and inter- inconvenience, we must request that
eating union service waa held at the u pairona prep. v-j
Baptist church, but inclement weath- bills when our collector calls. Wa
- - - : V,i- i r p. r kept down the attendance. Mrs. also desire to nowy mem m a
Hansell and " of the J. C. Penney ..... . Pm.Mt , own responsibility for aervica
Total '. $334.949 28
I n,l Mi,h r r.urnt from Helix Mmipany store in Ainena nas o n
" r. . , ... . t ., .k- niiBuni uruciaiiiuii, nu u
..,i, t..-i.u .wt. notified that ha has b,aen Riven the , ... .
Ki.i..r i)r.nn. I ...v... . .. .. ciamauon oi ueorge nasruogwo
T..untv .f Dmstills "' inir over the traps, with fifteen turk- "'"""v" " , "7 . 1
i. UE.y M. Smff' Cashier of the eys. They remembered a number of UMUhed at Quincy. Illinois about
.iu.u..n.,wl .I,, u.li.mnlv r .k.i. i. ..i .. . .ti tu the first of the year. Mr. Charles
thst tha above statement is true to the
pass cj my knowledge ami belief.
J. H. Prick,
(1. W. Stauus,
F. D. Wattih.
Subscribed snd sworn to before me
this 23rd tsy of November. It20.
C. L. I'inkkkton.
(Seal) Notary Public.
(My commission expires Mch. 24, 1924.)
Butter Wrap orders prompt
ly fil!ed at the Leader shop.
were several good Thanksgiving din-
Dudley, who came to the store here
J,.i,n r.illis. .rromn.ni.sl bv his wife " succeed Mr. Emmel as manager.
' - , 1 . 9 ll.li.lj -
Air. ana urs. v. ncrsaacn ic-
and two of their children are dowa
from Washtucna, visiting at the home
of Mrs. Charles McLean.
t: t. i . a I ..-..nl
i um biiu huihi iiiibi iwii ri cently in
the pleasant rooms at the home of .
Mrs O. 0. Stephens Tuesday after
noon, when Mrs. Stephens enter
tained in honor of Mrs. M. W. Han-
Wilson's proclamation, and the pro- ceases wi
read by Rev. M. A. Phinney. Rev.
W. R. Storms offered prayer and the
sermon was given by Rev. A. J.
Starmer. Beautiful anthems were pnone 83
sung by Weston Choral society, and
the son? service included a most
hen electricity is delivered.
Cash for chickens. J. S. Reynolds.
turned Tuesday from Corv.llia, where P"'"f "r-ftfoh" f"
Mrs. McFadden vi.ited her.ter MU. ot ,20 M went Ne"
Rene Banister, who was injured re-
DR. N. P. BENNET
Weston Mercantile Building
an automobile accident.
Miss Banister is recovering nicely.
Mrs. William Rice. Mrs. H. A.
Barrett, Mrs. E. C. Prestbye and Mrs.
David F. Stone will be hostesses at a
sen, ner gue. compns.ng n. men.. m Jn CommtnM club
uers oi me oiar uuo ana a iew oiner
ladies. Needle work and a game to
.. t . 1 ----H' -a. -'
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tarry thli new emblem on the radiator. It
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Hie result is that a new
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under most strenuous road
abuse. Their remarkable
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positively prove these facts.
SERVICE Motor Trucks
are buiit in seven sizes and
80 combinations of power,
speed and capacity.
An inspectionatour display
room will revise all your
motor truck ideas.
Weston Garage, filer & Bocher Dealers
With the Red Pyramid on the Radiator
rooms, tomorrow evening, inviiaia
tions have been issued to sixty
quests. ' ti
Under the capable direction of Miss
Drake, the Athena high school cast
very, creditably presented the school
play, When Smith Stepped Out" at the
auditorium Friday night, before one
of the largest audiences ever assem
bled there. Thursday of last week the
play was presented before a large
audience at Helix. Much of the suc
cess of. the play resulted from the
splendid musical numbers rendered by
the orchestra, which assisted at both
performances. The proceeds will net
the general high school fund about
Athens Defeats Hermiston
There was entirely too much'Moso
in Saturday's football game for Her
miston to win over the Athena high
school team, and the home lads won
the third game they have played this
season by a snug score of 21 to 7.
Athena took the measure of the
alfaloosies at the beginning of the
first quarter. Athena kicked off, Her
miston fumbled. Athena recovered
the ball and on a forward pass the
pigskin was on Hermiston's ten-yard
line and Mose Banister was shoved
through for a touchdown. Lefty
Kretxer kicked goal.
Hermiston spent all her reserve
force in the second quarter, when she
tied the scoreind was never danger
ous after that.
Athena came back in the third quar
ter strong and put over two touch
downs Mose Banister having his mitts
on the ball in both instances. The
touchbac,k came in the latter part of
the fourth quarter. The ball was in
Hermiston territory during most of
REX BEACH S
Oregon News Notes
Rufus M. Smith, well known pioneer
of Polk county, Is dead at Monmouth.
He crossed the plaljs In 1853. locating
in Polk county, where he had lived
, Two fatal accidents out of a total
of 26S Industrial casualties were re
ported to the state iudastrlal acci
dent commission for the week ending
John B. Yeon of Portland has ac
cepted appointment aa a member ot
the state highway commission, to fill
the vacancy caused by the resignation
of Simon Benson.
1 Approximately $72,000 in prise mon
ey was distributed among the stock
breeders of the northwest last week al '
the Pacific International Livestock ex
position In Portlsnd.
The sum ot $35,769 was left In Lane
county's market rtad fund this year
to be applied to next year's fund, ac
cording to announcement of P. M.
Morse, county engineer.
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SATURDAY. DECEMBER 4
Fun with a punch, comedy with strong dramatic action
that's what Rex Beach gives picture fans in his new Goldwyn
release, "Going Some," founded on his own famous stage and
book success. It's a thirty-third degree chuckle-chaser,
Guranteed to be a laughing gas tonic for that tired feeling
induced by hot weather and hard work. It's a mile-a-minute
humor, relaxes taut muscles and nerves alike with laughter.
A college tenderfoot from the East is taken, at his own boast,
as a champion sprinter by a lot of cowboys and compelled to
race an A. E. F. sprinting champion! He has to make good or
lose his girl. And he wins! How he wins is the fun of the
, Also good Comedy," the Ford Educational and "The Moon
' riders." Eleven reels of splendid film entertainment. '