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FALLS CITY NEWS
FALLS CITY. OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1917
morning discourse will be: "T h e
In addition o f the "Iron Hand" Greatest o f all Campaigns." We
tonight at Wagner's Hall the Falls are glad to see you there each
City Dramatic Club offer to the Sunday. Do a little missionary
public a six act vaudeville i>er- work this week and bring some
forrnance including the famous one with you next Sundav who
Foster Girls, Eddie Harris, thej is not attending elsewhere.
Remember the Epworth league
Funnmker; Jack Gilbert, the
Dancing Fool,and three other! meeting at fi.30 next Sunday night.
good acts. Thus the program j This is an important meeting and
consists o f two full shows all f o r , your presence is earnestly reques
the price o f one.
Don't fail to hear the speaker
Admission 28c. Reserved seats
Portland next Sunday night
88c. Bit* Dance after the show.
M. E. church.
Hawnian music; six-piece orches
tra. Tickets at Wonderly's.
Get the church-going habit. It ’s
a good one and don’t break it.
RED CROSS WORK
We welcome you.
The Indies’ Aid o f the Christ
You ought to be interested in
ian Church have been doing Red the half-hour devotional exercises
Cross work for two weeks now. each Friday night followed by the
They have made 1 dozen handker teachers training class at 8 o’clock
chiefs, 14 abdominal bandages and Start right now and get the bene
24 slings. The older ladies are fit of this thru the winter. This
goint, to take up the knitting just will be helpful to you and conse
as soon as they get their needles quently enable you to be of great
er service to the church later on.
Anyone desiring to do Red Cross
A. F. Hanson, Pastor.
work is invited to attend. Quite
a number o f visitors have been
O R A M A T I C C L U B TO DI SB AN O
present at these meetings and
When the curtain drops upon
helped with the work.
fourth act o f the Iron Hand
Further information can be ob
at W agner’s Hall, The
tained from the President, Mrs.
Dramatic Club, an
organization which for the past
Mrs. Paul. Secy.
three years has done much toward
satisfying the demands o f the
M . 1 . CHURCH NEWS
pleasure seeking and theatre go
Come to the M. E. church next ing public o f Falls City and vicin-
be a thing o f the past,
Sunday. The senior choir will itv, will
sing and there will be some spec The e Club and their actors will be
ial music. The subject for the greatly missed as they have afford
Mesdames Bullis and Price were
in Falls City on Wednesday to
make arrangements in taking up
the Red Cross work in their city.
_ Myrtle Gibson is on the sicklist.
Mr. Wm Hawk was a visitor in
our city on Monday.
B U C K ROCK ITEMS
Glenn Keeney returned from
Roy McDonald of Falls City was Sweet Home on Saturday,
in tow n on Fiiday.
Mrs. Anna prjce Rn(j grand-
Mrs. fish er was a falls City daughter Mabel left for their
caller on Friday.
home at Hunter Creek Thursday.
Miss Geneva Sayre, Paul Sayre
Charlie Wallace o f Guthrie visi-
and Ruth Rayre spent the weeks ted at the home of his parents,
end at Monmouth with their p ar Mr. an Mrs. Tom Wallace, Sunday,
Treval Powers and Eldon Frink
Miss Fowler made a ua(jie8S yjyjtgd the school Thursday in be
trip to Falls City on Friday.
half of Y . M. C. A. work.
Miss Mary Hammond of Palls
Mr. Brinkley’s family moved to
City was a visitor at our school^
Portland on Friday.
Earl Frame Rpent Tuesday night
with Jesse Keeney in Falls City.
Your Dollars Go Just as Fa r, and
Mrs. Fred Mulkey was the guest
Treval Powers has been ap
o f Mrs. Christy on Monday.
pointed to take charge o f the Y.
Mrs. S. G. Pri;e made a flying M. C. A. work in Falls City, Airlie
trip to Falls City on Tuesday.
and other small places. He has
Mrs. Warren Ward o f Falls City attended meetings in Salem and
was a visitor in our city Wednes and has heard some speakers on
the high school a
Mrs. Geo. Graves and son Geo.
A. work. He
spent Tuesday in Falls City.
is trying to get the pupils of
Mrs. George Brown and daugh
high school and the upper grades
ter Evelyn are spending a few
to pledge money for the Y.M.A.C.
days in Dallas visiting friends.
The orchestra will make its ap
Mrs. Dimmick was in Falls Ct,y pearance in about two weeks.
We all expressed our deepest
Mildred Stephens was in DallqA
sympathy for the dealth o f Vel
the first o f the week.
ma Goodspeed s pet mouse Ginger
Mrs. Ridenour made a trip t* and Mildred
Falls City on Monday.
.. Piggy Thompson.
The Honor Guard girls met at
H. H. Lowe’s Wednesday evening ,
to make Christmas boxes for the
soldier boys from Falls City that
are in France. Some o f the arti
cles that were put in the boxes
were candy, cookies, gum, tablets
envlops, pencil box, foot ease,
new testaments, handkerchiefs,
wash cloth and soap.
Last Friday morning during
assembly the high school gave the
Quartet Esther Cleveland
How often have we heard these remarks made by
“ I dearly love to visit your store.
Buy At Home!
Furniture! Furniture! Furniture!
wives, daughters and housekeepers:
ed to the public many pleasant
evenings. The organization ha*
responded freely and gladly to
any and all calls upon it for any
worthy cause and have done their
share on every occasion.
I see so many w
m beautiful pieces of furniture: just look at that exqui
site dresser, wouid I not like to have that set com-
p le te -th a t davenport and rocker and chairs to match.
Mabel Sheppard. Nettie N ew
man, George Wagner, Chis Horn
and Emerson Murphy visited the
school this week.
Would it not be a good thing to do—surprise
them occasionally with a new piece of furni
ture every few weeks. They will be pleased
and at the same time make your home more
pleasant and happier.
Raws of the 7th and 8th Grades
m D O N T LET HER HAVE TO ASK FOR THEM
Free Delivery in and Out of Town
The 7th and 8th grades held a
Student Body meeting recently to
see about a gymnasium. W e can
get the hall for $10 a month. The
high school is anxious to go in with
us and we expect to have fine
times. A fte r cleaning thoroughly
and installing the gymnasium apa-
ratus, stove, etc.,we will have a
fairly presentable gym. By organ
izing basket hall teams and chal-
enging- surrounding teams, we in
one way hope to prove to some
skeptics that Falls City is not alto
gether "behind the times."
Miss Johnson was absent Mon
day on account of illness.
Always have the best, sell for less,
We Buy and Sell Second-Hand Furniture
in and let us figure with you.
SELIG’S, Cash Price Store,
“ Meeting and Beating Competition'*.
YOU S TA R T AT ZERO
We all start out in life from Zero mark. It is uphill all
the way. The higher we go the more we are looked
up to. The man who attains success must take him- *
self seriously, look to his own interests and conserve
his strength, wealth and ability. Many people are
depositing their money with this bank, paying by
check, and furthering their own interests, thereby
raising their marks high above zero on the gauge-of life
BANK OF FALLS CITY.
Begin to save your pennies.
The high school is going to give
the best play ever.
Arn’ t they nice;'
Make out your list and bring
Treval Powers talked to the
junior high school Friday about
tne Y. N. C.A. work done all over
the world. His talk was interest
ing land impressive. Every boy
and girl was moved by the des
cription of trench life that they
were anxious to give what they
could to help on the good work.
As a result several pledge cards
Among those absent during the
past week are Ruth Haven, Ida
Buell and Esther Lee.
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