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THE FALLS CITY NEWS.
Saturday February 12. 101*1
Free Metlndlst Church
Hunday Hohool 10:00 A. M.
MARRIAGE B ELLS
A wedding took place at the
Preurhing 11 :(X) A M
of Mr«. U. C. Chamberlain
Clans meuting 12:00 I*. M.
city Sunday, February 0
Evening service 7:80.
A. M. The con
11. A. W alter , Pa«tor. tracting 11:30
parties were Elbert
Lynch and Mr». Ellis Avcrill.
M. L Church
E. A. I,it Dow officiating.
the ceremony a sump
10:00 A. M tuous repast
11:00 A. M. Mr. Lynch was is served.
0:80 1’. M. farmer of Yamhill a County
7:80 P. M. lives near Amity.
T H E JO K E R
Mils Alum Hoppe visited school
'I ho fiiMtituto hold horu laat
Saturday Fob. f>, was not only Mis» Helen Treat, visited school
well attended by the teachers from last week.
over the country hut by a great Mrs. Ellison entered the Hcience
numlx'r of town people.
The program waa opened in the dual Monday.
morniii” by the High School Or Mra. Kerr and sister visited
W eak-Day Services
The bride is a sister of Mrs. K. chestra.
school last Week.
Orchtstra Practice Wednesday C. Chamberlain and much es
7.00 P. M.
Marie Reese was absent from
teemed by her many friends.
Choir Practice, Wednesday H;UO The happy couple departed on Normal was to be the first speaker school this week.
was unable to come. Dr De- Mildred Reynolds was absent
r m .
1:25 train for their future but
Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:80 P. the
gave a very interesting- talk Iro n school Thursday on account
home, showered with rice and on Child
missiles and the good wishes Lota Bradley,
W. J. W arum , Paetor. other
R. E.W illiams , M. L. T hompson . W. F. N ichols , R.G.W hite ,
Gladys and Jcsaie of wind and rain.
of their friends.
Cashier Assistant Cashier
Paul rendered a piano trio which Clarice Kimbrough h»s been ab
sent from school this week on ac
well received by all.
The afternoon program was also count of sickness.
A pleasant surprise was given opened by Ihoiligh School Orches-
Mickalson has been ab
F alls C it v , P olk C ounty . O regon
Mrs. Bell Mageo at her home in tia. Prof. J. B. Horner of the O. sent Loraine
Kalla City Friday night, it being A. C. gave a lively and intere»ting count of sickness. this week on ac Does a General Banking Business. Interest Paid on Time
her forty-ninth birthday, T h e talk on “History of Oregon,’’ tin«
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
Lloyd Miller was absent from
evening waa spent with n.u«ic a id
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
1 he heat show at the Gem tonight playing games. A delicious lunch High School Male Quartette which school Thursday morning because
Walter L. Tooze, Jr., Lawyer, eon wax served nt 12 o’clock, after was very nicely rendered. The of a very, very bad, cold.
tf. which Mra. E. P. Brown treated last hut by far uol the least speak Miss Irene Pollock who has been Grace Halbert and Mrs. J. Krit Mrs. I. G. Singleton who was
gum'» to a bucket of delicious er waa Assistant State Superin attending school st Lewisville zer went to Black Rock Thursday. appzinted Registrar for Fulls City
Freeh Bread, Cake»,Cookie«, 1 tea, the
A very plea« tendent F. K. Wells his subject «tarted to school Monday.
completing her work in her
and other bakery good«, every day ant evening candy.
Ed Brown made a business trip is usual
quick tactful way. She is
at the Fall« City Bakery.
Lucille Tichenor returned to Salem Wednesday.
making a house to house canvas
present. The guests departing fur Thu Orchestra ended the well to Miss
after being absent for Mrs. Grace Bennett of Black in order to register all the ladies
Dr. J. G. Turner, formerly of
homes wishing Mra. Magee spent day with some more of its some school
on account of sickness. Rock was shopping here Thursday. and allowing none (to escape her.
l<owM Jr Turner, eve epecialiat of their
happy returns of the day. melodious melodies which sent
Mrs. Singleton is well and favor
Portland will be in Fall« City many
To the Freshmen: Write your Mrs. Chloe Wood and Mrs. Em ably
known by all of Falls City
again Tuea , Fen. li>tli at Falla City Those present were: Mr. and Mr». every body away with a song in jokes
ou tissue paper and maybe ma Jost of Dallas visited Mrs. I. G. people and the ladies are not timid
lintel. Headache« relieved, croax E. P. Brown, Mr. and Mra. Frank their hearts
in registering with her
people will be able to see through Singleton Saturday.
eye* «traightened. No charge for DeWitte, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lewi»,
consultation or examination. Hut- Mr. and Mr«. K. V. DeWitte, Mr. The meeting of t h e Parent them.
Last Monday while Warren
and Mra. K. A. Jones; Minae» Bo Teachers' Association ai the High Byron Murray who lias been ab Mrs M. J. Cockerlir.e os Estaca- Frink and Tom Foster were driv
to Dallas the team became
ne 11« Magee, Ruby Magee, Ruth School building on Tuesday even sent from school for some time on da, Oregon, is visiting her daugh ing
at a train, two miles
i . 0 M IC K A LS O N .
Magee, Elite Kneebone,
Ola Mar- ing was well attended. After a account of illness is thinking of
near what is known
R I A L I 8 T A T E D E A L E R tin, Mable Hunter; Mesara Alford
Mrs. I. G. Singleton has regis as the Chinaman’s
All kind« of land«; business Ferguson, Otho Bell, Dave Martin, was a discussion of questions of
tered 500 voters already, and trviug to check them one of the
propoaitiins listed, «old and ex Ralph Magee, Wyrick Bancroft,
lines broke and they ran into a
about 800 more to take yet.
interest. Plans for the
A R D S T IL L T H E Y C O M E
throwing Frink ont against a
changed, anywhere, Choice city Rulua Ferguson, Otto Kneebone, general
Rending Room were reported »« The action of the school board Mrs. Florence Burton of Inde post dislocatiug
his shoulder. Fos
and country home« for rale cheap Andrew Hunter, Kd Morris.
being carried out so that we may in Portland in forcing the resigna pendence visited her friend, Mrs. ter was thrown in iront of the bug
Falla City, Oregon.
gy and two wheels of the vehicle
soon look for the beginning of a tion of Pn.f J. Willis Jefferies, in Emtna Hinshaw this week.
passed over him bruising him up
librjry in our city. Arrangements structor in English in Franklin C. B Peterson who was sick considerable,
NON LIAB ILITY NOTICE
Mr». J. P. Starr ha» been quite Notice
also «were made to socure Lamar High School, has brot both praise with laGripn for one week is able
Tooze to tell of bis trip to Europe and censure upon that body. The to be back at his work again in
it may concern:
John Hughe« returned from Del whom
a metnlier of the Peace party. alleged offences were that lie had the depot.
ia« last Saturday night
On Thursday, February 10, the
one-half interest in the saw mill After the meeting, those present told his class that the word “daren’’ Mr». Gus Anderson and son left children,
grand children and a few
Born to Mr. and Mre. Jim Teal, and logging outfit now owned visited the Domestic Science room was not profanity, and that text Wednesday
for Estella, Wash., friends gathered
at the home of
Feb. 4, a son.
by Munson and Davis and locat by Miss Shields und several of the hooks in English were useless. A» where she «ill visit relatives for a Mrs. C. M. Wonderly
in honor of
Mr». Grace liulhert was in Del- ed about 24 miles from Fallq City ludiea. The*« meetings are bring a substitute for the latter he reads ! few weeKs.
her seveuty-fifth birthday. A num
laa on business the tint of the will not be responsible for any ing parent« and tenchers in closer about good English composition to Vernon, the 14-year old son of ber of appiopriate presents were
Those present were:
labor done in the mill or woods contact and opening a way to solve the cla««. Professor J. W. Jefferira Wm. Estelle fell onto a double given.
M Wonderly. L. B.
The children of Fred Doultgen or connected therewith or for some of the piobleins of the young admits that these accusations are bl&ded ax last Friday of last week Wonderly and
wife, R. M. Wond
have been sick this week, but nrc any supplies furnished to operate people. Come to the next meeting. true, but affirms that he is sincere cutting his leg quite seriously.
erly and wife, L. R. Kimes and
said plant if operated by any
in what he advocates. Public at
wife, Chas. Coonrad and wife, O.E.
Svron and wife! also Miss Margret
Besure and examine our Bar
Kimes. Emerson. Donald, Kenneth
because the methods as
gain Counter. You can save mon Signed this 4th day of Feb. 1916 J. B Horner delivered his famous quently,
Ersal Wonderly, and Master
M. C. M unson . illustrated lecture on “From Jer well the man are ou trial, and aB
ey. M. L. Thompson.
to the altitude of our educators on been helping take care of the in
1 he citv council met in regular
usalem to Jericho.” Notwithatand the subject much depends.
O FFIC IA L REGISTRAR
stHiion last Monday night and had O N E ON W ALTER L . JUNIOR ing the rainy weather, the High Ttie moie radical of the promin Miss Veda Fatland. one of the
been appointed Registrar
a rip-roaring aociable time.
A good «tor" ¡ h told on Walter School rooms in which the lectuie ent pedagogues have contended for High School teachers of Monmouth
City and all wishing to
L. B. Wondeily left Thursday L. Tooze, Jr. of Dal la», looze is was given,-were crowded with peo some time that the strict adher spent Saturday and Sunday at the register will
please come to my
night for ’lacoina. Wash., to he the legal adviser for the city coun ple and many were unable to ence to textbooks was undesirable, home of Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Single houee. Foreigners
must bring their
cil in this city. The first Monday receive chairs. The High School but the total abandonment of them ton.
gone «evural days on busincaa.
will close on
Orchestra formed a very important is radical in the extreme. Profes
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kaina arriv night in each month is the regu part
Mr. Horner sor Jefferies intimated in a letter
ed Tuesday evening from Troutdale lar meeting night and the city gave of one the of program.
Mrs. I. G. Singleton who has been
M rs . I, G. S ingleton .
to the public that his enemies mo spending
to »pend a abort time with Mrs January a long month, having lectures of its kind ever interesting
Saturday and returned
five Mondays, the fifth being on in Falls City. The lecture was
in the sale of schoolbooks. Monmouth
“ MAN FROM BORNEO”
Win. Estelle was in Dallas Sat the last day of the month. Since not only enjoyed by older people, terested
performance of the “Man
urday attending the Seventh Day the roads have been impossible for but by the boys and girls as well. will see the total overthrow of the Mrs. C. T. Ellison and Mrs. L. B.
presented at. Wag
Adventist meeting. Mr. Estelle autos, it has been his custom to At the conclusion of the lecture, present books of instruction and Wonderly »pent Tuesday evening
last was at
is leader of the church at Dallas get a rig from the livery stable the High School male quartette, that the methods now condemned at the home of Mrs. I. G. Single-
and goes down every Seventh Day and drive to Falla City. Monday disguised as coons favored us with will be ngarded as essential. To ton while their husbands went to
to assist in the service«.
evening. January 31, the shad is two selections which were agreeably the ordinary American it would council meeting.
A birthday party aleigh ride was of night were settling over the received.
appear that the professor’s actions The S. P. Co. has a contract large attendance.
given laat Saturday to Lowiaville, little village of Dallas, Walter trips
are radical to say the least, but with Teal and Cleveland for the
characters were exceptional
in honor of the 09th birthday of blithely to the livery, orders out The Biology class fiuished their underneath this stratum of extreme tie output of their mill. They ly The
The entire per
Frank Lewis, Those who attend his chariot and heads bis prancing semester’s work Friday. The fin views he presents some undeniable have about 20,000 in reach of formance selected.
ed were Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Powell, steed toward the beautiful city by ishing touch was a essay consisting truths. He affirms I hat technical their present set. They can put and reflects great credit eutertaining
Mr. and Mrs. J. 6. 8. Powell and the Falls. The crunching of the of at least 1000 words on the com English is hy no means essential out about 100 lies a day.
snow beneath iron hoofs is music parison of plants and animals.
Mrs. J. Kritzer and daughter,
but in place regards a usable-
his soul and ere he is aware the
know ledge of the mether tongue
W. McHaven, representing Geo. to brightly
shining electric lights of Harold Attwood of the fifth grade as an end towards which every
A SURPRISE PARTY
B. Jacob Co., of Salem was in our the city bursts
city Wednesday afternoon and as one roused from a deep sleep he
A surprise party was held in
while here he made a very friendly seem to remember. Pulling his of sick ness. This is the only absence it to the Prof, on this point if uot honor of Mr. Gus Larson’s birth talent. Mrs. Blanche March and
visit with Mickalson Realty Co. steed on its haunches it dawns the fifth grade has had this week. on the others.
day Friday evening Feb. 4. 1916 Lester Bowman, as Lizzie aud
He spoke very encouraging of the upon him that it is January 81st
A number of games were played Capt. Wright, respectively deserve
real estate outlook during the next instead of February 1st. Slowly SECURES CIVIL SERVICE POSITION
and about 11 ;00 oclock refresh great credit for the active manner
in which they portrayed their dif
year or eo.
ments were served.
and sadly he turned about und Mrs. Emma Hinshaw, who re
ficult parts. Otto Elkins as Peter,
The Pareut-Teacher meeting wended his way homeward hum cently took a civil service examin Mrs. Adams visited in Dallas Those
Chris Horn as the Wild Man
Tuesday evening was well attend ming a tune strangely like, “Its a ation in the domestic art and Wednesday.
much applause and laugh
ed. Favorable reports came in Long Way to Tipperary.”
their splendid comedy
regardiug the reading room. It
was voted to secure Lamar Tooze
As a whole the performance was
Greenville, Cal., was notified the Mr. and Mrs. L. Ellis were in family.
REVIVAL M EETING
far superior to the average
for a lecture if possible.
Revival meetings will begin at first of the week that she had been Dallas this week.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Fry.
Ole Aurland who has been con the Free Methodist ohurch Sunday, appointed. Mrs. Hinshaw left
. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bradley and The dance after the show was
fined to his home for sometime February 18. Rev. E. D. Black Thursday evening for Greenville Deborah and Margarate Dennis son Clarence.
well attended and from all reports
all who attended were more than
paet on account of a severe attack man will have charge of the work. to assume her duties. Mrs. Hin are sick with the mumps.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Russell.
of asthma was able to be out again A cordially invitation is extend shaw lias lived in Falls City for
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Robertson. pleased and satisfied.
the past thirteen years and has town visitor Wednesday.
ed to all to come and worship.
Mrs. Barnette Brown.
Clarence Powell of Oregon City
many friends, who though sorry to
Mrs. Cleve Powell eutertained a
Mrs. T. Harris.
who was here last week lookiug
number of friends on Wednesday. Alex Christoff and family left her leave their midst will be glad Mrs. W. 8. Dennis returned Mr. R. Paul.
after his tie contract, left lost Sat
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. laat Saturday for Ackrou, Ohio to hear of her good fortuno in Monday from Clackamus county Miss Mattie Fergusou.
urday fqr his home, haviug turned
Frye, Mrs. W. W. Chappell and where he has employment in a securing the position and wish her where she had attended the funeral Mr. J. C. Ferguson.
the tie contract over to Wm.
success in her new venture,
Mr«. Walter Tice.
of her mother, Mrs, Skirvin,
Mr. Chas. W. Ferguson.
Bank of Falls City