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THE FALLS OITT NEWS.
Saturday, November 13, 1010
Local Nows Homo
Tha Teachers Training Class of rooms? (Because of the Spohti)
the Falls City High School will [Spawn]. Only a few cases have
edit weekly a paper, the name of appeared, hut since others are
Now is the time to buy that new heater you
Promised your wife, or maybe it was a cook
which has not yet been decided. learning the meaning of “amor”
stove or a range. We-have them, all—Oregon-
It is their purpose to have a por more cases ate liable to develope.
made goods—from the Portland Stove Works,
of the Falls City News devot Mrs. Dave Coulter. Mrs. Gott
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WE ALSO CARRY 3ENERAL LINE OF FURNITURE
to High School af
m \ fairs and thoie desirious of keep fried and Mrs. Rilnour visited
ing In touch with the school may school Thursday afternoon.
hy subscribing to tbe Fall. Rev. VVarren of tbe Methodist
J. C. T A L B O T T &. CO. do City so News.
church visited school Monday
Some of the coming articles will morning.
be a brief outline on creation pro-. Professor Kile of tbe Manual
Dr. Hellwarth was in Dulls, on
fusely illustrated hy Artist West Training Department was absent
K. E. W illiams , M. L.T hompson , W. F. N ichols , R. G.W hite , with pictures of our ancestors.
from school Wednesday morning
Mrs. John Walker wa. a Dallas
Cashier Assistant Cashier
visitor this week.
account of illness. He said that
Ttaining Class are receiving a on
something in his head.
splendid course in practical arith
F. Droege made a business trip
metic under the supervision of On November the 6tb the Soph-
to Portland this week.
F alls C ity , P olk C ounty . O hkoon
Prof. Haley. Some of the prac-j more class entertained some of the
branches of the work are the members of the High School and
Born to Mr. and Mr». R. L. Col
measurements of wood piles a few outsiders. The entertain
lins, Tuesday evening.
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
in the town figuring out the requir ment began* at half-past seven
Mrs. Snider of Dallas visited
ed amount of broad feet to deck o’clock uuder tbe supervision of
friends here over Sunday.
certain side walks and the figuring Miss Fatland. Two parties were
Free Methodist Church
more lime to devote to the duties out of shingles by measurements organized, one representing the
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Nichols Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
of buildings rather than taking the Allies and the other tbe Germans.
they were selected for.
Prcachii.g II :00 A. M.
were in Dallas Wednesday.
set problems from the text book. A series of exciting contests ensued
Class meeting 12:00 P. M.
in which the Allies came out vic
Harold Tichenor returned to torious.
Mrs. Rose of Airlie is visiting Evening service 7:30.
No serious accident oc
H. A W alter , Pastor they would be glad to hear from school on Tuesday morning after curred, but
her daughter, Mrs. Thrssher.
things assumed a
having been in Portland Hospital grave aspect when
for a week.
Mrs. Chappell has returned from
M. L Church
a two weeks trip to Portland.
A certain young fresLie took a j The color scheme consisted of
10:00 A M. that the progress made this tear certain young lady to a certain maroon and gold, the Sopbmore
Wm. Dennis and family have Sunday
last Sunday evening and! class colors. The dainty refresh
was better than that of last. On church
moved into the Lombard pronerty. Epworth League 0:30 A.M.
P. M. the
for the door at ments were served at a seasonable
"Go to Fchool Day", which the conclusion rush
the j hour und^r the supervision of M ibs
w ill be next Friday, N jv . 12th, he Young gentleman lost services,
Miss Viola Lane visited her
anticipated a larger and better lady. To the umusement of all he! Shields. A few popular songs
sister in Dallas over Saturday and
Church Orchestra Practice Thurs than was had lust year; aud that paraded
were eung after which the revelers
around yelling, “ Whete | departed
day 7 P. M.
every parent was cordially invited, are you, where
are you?” One of If you wish to to their
R. M. Wonderly has been doing Choir Ptaclice, Thursday 8 P. and that every teacher would bt the spectators thinking
it too good : enjoyed themselves or whether
f glad to have them como and visit
some repair work on Wonderly’» M
to ht go, said, “Here am I”, !
Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:30 P. the school, and that if a teacher a in joke
little weak voice. Whereupon
cnuldnot find time to have visitors the a freshie
pounced down upon her ! Miss Whitman our former En
George March who has been in
arren , Pastor, j it was time for her to step down and arm, but you ought to have seen : glish teacher spent Sunday in Falls
Portland working, for some time
out. He said that he would soon that freshie’s face when he found City with frieuds before taking up
has returned home.
have a bulletin board aud the
List of Letters
| grades made by the students will it was not the right one after all, her work in tbe Independence
Mrs. W. C. Kitehner has been Remaining uncalled for in this be placed on it so that wnen visit it was a perfect blending of red1 schools.
visiting her sister in Portland for office for the wcqjt ending Nov. ing parents coming to the school and green.
Tuesday evening November 9th
two weeks, returned Thursday. 6. 1915.
can see what progress their cnild- The poor freshies are finding to, the Parent-Teachers Association
ren aud their neighbor's children their dismay that life is not a held its first mseting for the pur
Found—Gold ring found on east Allen. G. G R. entlkmen .
pose of electing officers for the en
making. The grades last year dream but a sad reality.
north Main 8t., Oct. 29th. Owner Cabbage, Chas,
year. Tbe following officers
Clarace Kimbrough entered High
calling to M. E. Parsonage can Patterson, James
will be graded at 85;;. He closed School Wednesday bringing our were chosen: Mrs. Hopkins, Pres-
These letters will be sent to the his speech by saying if there was High School enrollment up to sixty fdeut; R. M. Wouderley, Sec-Tress.
latter office Nov., 20, 1916 any dissatisfaction caused by the four—one more thao we had last Two committees were appointed by
Mrs. Addie Montgomery was tn dead
the President. Tbe entertainment
before. In calling rumors sometimes made on the year.
Dallas Monday and Tuesday visit if for not the delivered
consisted of Mrs. Ward,
above, please gay “Adver
ing her daughter, Mrs. Hazel Peter tised,” giving
and Mrs. Sam
ddte of list.
son who is quite ill.
I ra C. M eh rung , P. M,
Farm“ sometime between now and of Mrs Starr, Mrs. Bradley
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Dodd re
turned from San Francisco Thurs
adjournment the office of Politics is now a great i-sue in j committee? is to stimulate the in
day where they had been seeing The Parent-Teachers
Parent-Teachers Association the After
and two the Teachers Training class. Sev-1 terest of tbe parents in the school.
the great fair. They report a fine met at the High School buildi ig large maps pf was the visited
States eral noted orators have already Mr. Haley gave a short but inter
Tuesday night for their regular aud Europe were inspected with been discovered, among the most esting talk concerning school work
monthly business meeting. The
attention and apprecition prominent are: Gordon Simmons, in general. Meeting adjourned to
Mrs. Alvin Rains returned to her meeting was opened by an overture close
were elegantly arranged the silver tougued Republican and meet again the first Tuesday in
home in Portland Friday. She hy the High School Orchestra, showing the
exact elevation of
Gardner, the leather lunged December. Before the business
was accompanied by her mother, which was followed l>y a piano solo the land in the mountains and Lester
was called to order the audience
Mrs. Chapin, who will spend a few by Vola Selig, after which Presi other regious of the two conti-
It is to be noted that tlm life of was entertaiued with two selections
dent, Mrs. Hopkins, announced nenls.
Republics is at stake, bnt that from “Susa's Bank”, the so called
in the near future a solutiou will High School Orchestra. If ap
Wm. Finley will leave Monday discussion of business. In absence
be formed, as this body has had plause is any indication of appre
for Dallas where he will open a of the secretary, Miss Pearl Sned-
many a stormy debate on this ciation the crowd seemed delighted
restaurant iu the Cozy corner op eker.wa» chosen Secretary, pro.
and a conclusion has wiihthe unpleasant discord). Miss
posite the postoffice. His family team.
Mrs. Neal's daughter accompan
Selig favored us with a piano selec
will remain here.
The nomination of officers were Mrs. O. Dennis is sojourning in
As vet the Kaiser lias not yet tion which was well tecetved.
Mrs. K m to Kief and Miss Edna taken up aud for President, Mrs. Harney Co. Ore
notified to cease bis operation The system of public rating and
Wickard of Chenute, Kans , who Hopkins was unanimously nomi Mr. Jack Fox had the misfortune been
no advice has been sent to grading is adding quite a little
have been visiting, Mrs. J. C. Tal nated for another term. This to have a cow hang herself.
Wilson, but of course “pep” to study. Parents wishing
The railroad leading to the ce
bott return'd home Saturday makes the 2d term fer Mrs. Hop ment
to the difficulty of con to see the grades of pupils iu High
is nearing completion
Mrs. Talbott accompanied them as kins, and her interest and untir Mr. works
School to find out how they rate
air for shipment.
mg attention given to the welfare Dallas visitors last Friday.
far as Portland.
pupils may do so by visiting
of the Association and as a compli Mr. and Mrs. Geo. King and Elmer Lewis visited the fourth as
Pupils will be rated on
to her efforts, another term Mrs. Barnhart visited school last grade room last Friday forenoou. ^ the following
Miss Lois Reece, Miss Elizabeth ment
basis according to
was given her. For Vice-Piesid- Tuesday.
Sammons of the Epworth League ent,
and on their
Starr aud Mrs. Jesse Our school has an enrollment of end at Airlie.
and Miss Hammond, Miss Ruth Moyer Harry
nominated and a vote thirty pupils; the average attend
Gottfreid, and Miss Mable Shep taken. were
of the votes gave
pard of the Jr. League ajteuded Sturr 24, Count
Moyer 18 and N. A.
the annual district convention of Luude 1. Mrs.
For Secretary R M. French Armies.
Epworth League, Friday, Saturday Wonderly was
90 and 95 percent—Third class be
duties Monday morning.
nominated and as
and Sunday in Salem.
tween 86 and 90 percent—Fourth
there were no further nominations
We have a very serious epidemic class
80 and 85 percent—
the nominations were declared
in our High School which seems to Fifth between
75 and 80 per
Mrs. Droege Entertains
closed and the secretary cast the If you expect to buy, sell, or travel around in groups of two's cent—Sixth class between
Mrs. Droege entertained several ballot ’ny acclimation for R. M. trade, anything in the Real Estate aud four's, sometimes iu secluded 75 percent. Those going below
line, Right now is your time to get nooks, sometimes in corners, again percent will be considered failures.
neighbors and friends Thursday Wonderly.
evening. The evening was spent The following commitees were elec busy, and list your property with up and down sidewalks and undet ,
with vocal aud instrumental music ted ; Program committee; Mrs us; we are working hard to give maple trees. These are a few A certain popular young man
and readings. The German songs Ward, Mrs. Thompson and Mrs onr patrons the most prompt and questions which may concern some who went angling last year lost his
were very much enjoyed. The Sammons, Membership commit efficient service iu all our line of of those seriously affiicted with fish. He seems to be workiu the
this malady. Why was Silvia theory this year that there are just
hostess served a delicious lunch tee; Mrs. Starr, Mrs. Haley, and business.
and the ladies went home feeling Mrs. Bradley. Before selecting For we are determined, as a citi Phillips late to Teachers Training as good fish in tbe sea.
that they had spent a delightful the committee?, Mrs. Hopkins zen of Falls City, to do our part, class? Why does a certain Sophi. Mrs. Jeffers of Georgia atteneded
eveuiug. Those present were: Mrs announced that only parents and toward putting our towu back in girl flush when Hal Thompson school
Wednesday. She was mak-
Droege, Mrs. Ward, Mis. Burt not teachers would be selected this line where she belongs,
of our school system.
Buell, Mrs. Persey, Mrs. Fleming, time for the reasoa that the teach
Mrs. Lane, Mis. Aufdemauer, Mrs.
Teachers Training Class,
C. L. Hopkins, Miss Hammond, ers had to much work in their class Tlfe Real, Real Estate man, of ion iu his eyes? Why is Loyde
E. M. Haley Advisor.
rooms and that the patents had Falls City Oreg.
Mrs. Eetey, Grandma Droege.
Miller especially fond of mush-
1 he beat abow at tha tieni tonight
Friday was “(Jo to School Day”.
(Jo to Wonderly'. for hot ssnd-
• Wm Ellia of Dalla, wa. in town
Mr. Caa. Dill returned homo
M. L THOMPSON.
Dr. P. C. Potion.
Phone 56, or ooll Livery Stable.
Falls CHy, Oregon
Candi''., Tobacco, and Cigar., at
L B WON DERBY'S
WANTED AND FOR SALE
Walter L. T oojp , Jr., Lawyer,
See our clubbing otter in thi.
i..ur—four popular magazine, for
FOR 8A LE—Apple, and English
walnut.. See A. H. Benton, Fall.
City, Ore., Phone 1661.
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies, 1 ies,
and other bakery goods, every day
at the Falls City Bakery.
When you lose anything an ad
in the News will put people on the
lookout and probably restore to
you some valued article.
Do you like to read good stories?
If so take advantage id our clul-
I mg offer in this issue of the paper.
Read it. It is on page 8.
The Christian Endeavor of the
Christian church met at the home
of Mrs. Roy Russell, Friday of
Iasi week. Them was art attend
ance of about fifteen people who
spent the evening iu playing
games, after which a lunch was
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« no R AN G ES
HIGH S CH O O L N O TES
NICE LINE OF HEATERS, COOK STOVES AND RANGES
Bank of Falls City