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THE ONTARIO AKOUS, ONTARIO, OBTSGON, THURSDAY-, 'DEC. 28 1.022
The Amis Joins With the Merchants and Business Men of Ontario
in Wishing For Its
happy and Prosperous New Year
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TO YOU who have helped in our business success
the past year and to all the world, we hope for
your good will and patronage and extend our best
wishes for your welfare during the New Year.
V. B. STAPLES, Ford Garage
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WITH full appreciation of the many courte
sies and patronage shown during the past year
we extend our best wishes for a Prosperous
and Happy New Year.
The drawing for the Phonograph will take
place at 2:30 p m. New Years day..
WE wish to express our deep appreciation of
your patronage during the year 1922 and ex
tend our best wishes for a Happy New Year.
TROXELL IMPLEMENT CO.
M. E. CHURCH
Regular services Sunday morning
Epworth Leaguo 7:00 p. m. No
evening preaching at the M. E.
Watch Night Service Congrega
tional church. The M. E. church will
unite In a Watch Night service Sun
day evening at the Congregational
church. Service opening 8 p. m.
The evening will be filled with
songs, special music, stereoptlcan
lecture, "The- Six O'clock Whistle
Around the World," lecture with
many fine slides, a social hour, ser
mon with a consecration service.
Monday, New. Year's Day, the
Methodist church will have a church
dinner for the church, Sunday school
League and friends, a good time, a
big free feed. A. W. James, pastor.
Paul Moeller Is back In school
again after a week's attack of ton
sllltls. George Ross loaded two large
cars of meal last week for shipment.
Mr. Dean, who has been attending
a convention In Portland returned
LeRoy Dean has added his name
to the school register.
A Christmas program and com
munity tree "were the feature of the
entertainment at Valley Vlow Fri
Edmund Griffin left last week for
Chicago where he expects to attend
an electrical school.
The Farm Bureau was organized
at Valley View last week. Mr. Kin
der, county club leader, favored
them with a violin solo, and Mr.
Conklin gave several readings form
Knox Alexander visited at Gus
Bible school at 10:00 a. m.
Morning worship at 11 a. m.
Junior and Senior B. Y. P. U,
6:30 p. m.
It is expected that Rev. G. II.
Young will bo present next Sunday
and preach, as he is to be hero for
tho district B. Y. P. U. rally. This
district comprisese the Young Peo
ples Unions of Emmett, New Plym
outh, Frultland, Payette, Wolsor
The first session will convene at
2:30. Social hour and lunch 5 to 7
and the evening session at 7 o'clock.
Rev. W. A. Shanks, state director
of Idaho Young Peoples work, will
be the principal speaker at tho after J
noon session, and Rev. G. H. Young
at the evening session. All young
people are Invited. A watch night
service consisting of devotional stu
dies and prayer will follow the eve
ning service. The week of prayer
follows. Chas. H. Blom, pastor.
Friday evening, Dec. 22, a Christ
mas program was given at tho Ore
gon Trail school house.
Miss Mabel Woods and Miss Ansa
Stanor , pupils of the school, were
very successful In collecting dona
tions for tho community Christmas
tree and candy.
Miss Daisy Secoy left Friday to
spend tho holidays with her parents
Miss Elsie Poole will visit during
the holidays with her sister in La
At tho Oregon Trail school Fri
day, January 6th, will occur tho
raffling of the quilt made by the
parents of tho community. Tickets
at 10c each will be on sale from
Jan. 3rd to Friday the 6th. Pro
ceeds will go toward payment for
the school piano.
The depositors of tho Frultland
State bank were called together
Tuo3day afternoon by tho committee
which represents them. This meet
ing was for tho purpose of asking
waivers on their deposits In order
that the bank might be reorganized.
Tho depositors with almost unani
mous consent agreed to waiver as
had been asked. There is consider
able detail work to bo done before
tho bank can be re-opened.
Simple and beautiful was tho mar
riage ceremony of Mr. Theodore
Enberg to Miss Marry Dell Hollon
beck, at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Hollenbeck, Saturday, Decem
ber 23rd. Tho ceremony was per
formed by Rev. Herschol Shank In
the presenco of immediate relatives
of both families. Mr. and Mrs. En
berg eft on the afternoon train for
the west on a short trip, and upon
their return will make tholr home
Mrs. Winnlo Ford passed awny
Friday night from other pneumonia j
from an operation performed a short
time before. Sbo leaves to mourn
hor a husband, two girls and one
boy. Funeral services wore held
last Sunday at Payette and inter
ment made in Riverside cemetery.
Denny & Co. shipped out last week
six cars of apples, and this week six
more cars will go out from their
plant at Frultland. These are most
ly of tho Rome variety.
Mrs. J, M. Royston recelvod word
of two grandsons, a son born to Mr.
and Mrs. S. Royston, Calgary, Can.,
December 18; also a son born to
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Jaeger of Port
land, December 10th. Mrs. Jnogor
was formerly Miss Irma Royston.
($xt rorotal greetings go out to tjou,
atto uritlf m tlje hone tljat tlje New
$ ear mill be brighter aub more orois
peroua tljan any before.
3tBt National lank,
"mt (Dlb aicliahlr."
LIKE the' treasure ship of olden times, jfull
fraught with precious things, so may the New
Year come to you laden wi'h fl' i nt will
make for your h ippiness and contentment.
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OUR most sincere and cordial
Greetings to you for a very Hap
py and Prosperous New Year.
REIHSEN & RYAN.
WE thank you for the part you have played
in our business during the past year and wish
you a Happy New Year.
BON BON CANDY SHOP