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THE ONTARIO ARGUS, ONTARIO. OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER .18, 1910.
& ME r n Sft : i a vt . ' .1 PARTIES ENJOYED ON THE OREGON SLOPE About IIC frlomlH of Mr nml Mi's JnliiiRon Rnvo (hum n ploiiBont Biir prlno nt tliclr liuiuo Friday cqiiIiik Mrs. Ilrultlinupl iilanneil iho enter tnlniiiont which won enjoyed liy nil. mid Mrn llurtdlio mul Mr. Vincent must lio oupuclully commciuliMl for tho arrangement or the ilollclotm re froHlimontH which wore nerved. Mr. mid Mr. JohtiKon moved to their now homo In I'n) otto tho flmt of the week. Tho community It In undue? over tho dwilh of llttlu I. eon lloSlowny. wliloli vnn very middon mul came nM n lioel lo overyonc. Tho llttlo hid vnit nliont Mix year of nRo mid In tho flrxt gratia ut mcIiodI. Tho oxnrt lo tnlU nre not known, hut ho w.ik tit nchool the flrnt of the weak and died on Frldny morning of come hronrhlnt Irouhlu He wiih hiicIi nn ciiprKOtlc mid lovnhlo llttlo follow mid v, 111 ho mimed hy his toucher mid playmato Tho funnrnl wit held Saturday, Nov 29, fit I'nyutte. Tho flowerH were very liciiutlfiil. Mr. nnd Mr Hullo wuy hnvn tho Kyinpnthy of tho entire community. Mlwt riuno HiirtHho entortiilncil iihout in yotiiiK people nt hor homo Saturday evening In honor of Mr. (' A. Kontt. It holng tho evont of Mrx. Korxt'H hlrllidny. Four tuhlon of rook woro played mul dainty ilofroali mcnlH woro nerved, mid If ono Judged by the timet of adjournment, mi un UHiinlly fine tlino nuiKt Imvo hcou Imd. TIioko proHPtit wore: Mr. KorM, tho Mlwo Smith, Wnllli. (llnli, WoHt, fiteilmnn mid IliirlMhe; MowirK. CnmphullH, Clracb, Stnples, KnrHt nnd lluverflold. Work on . tho Cryntnl pumping plnnt Iiok been niiKpiTided until more favorable wonthor condltloiiH. Thol'arant Teacher iikmoi liiilon In progrowrtng nicely It will help tho nchool n h woll iih tho community. livery patron In tho district Ih urged to glvo It IiIm Htipport. Mnuy Im provamnntH nro needed In and iihout tho Hchool which can only lio nccom pIlNhed by tho united offortH of the parcntH and tonohorH, mid which will tend to nil no tho Ktiindnr dof our hcIiooI. During tho proMont Hovero weather the need of HUltablo con veyance, Nomotlilng bot for tho children ut noon, nnd ninny other llt tlo comfortH Bhould bo provided. Tho leachorH bnvo oxprotwed their will liiKiiotM to help In thwo tliliiK4, but thuy miiNt havo tho Hiipport of tho parentH, Tho I T A provldo for lionltblnr, linpplor nml more attract- nil tiling P.romotliiR tho welfare of tho children, n well ns boliiR decid edly IntcrcBtliiR for grownup. The meetings nro tho first Friday cvcnliiR of each month. Men nro Included ns well nH ladlotf Don't forRct tho date A plensnnt nftemoon was spent Wednesday nt tho homo of Mrs. V. 0. lleslup, by tho Indies of tho Improve ment club, honoring Mrs. (Ico. I-attlg nnd Mrs. Tom lleslup. Music and re freshments' formed it part of tho en tertninmont. The initial Reed time wns reported Charles It nnd Sunday Mondny. Mrs. U. WdcieftA Staples spent Saturday In Ontario, rcturnliiR It. W Hl'.V. .V MO.W ii;c. Ul .V UJ I'AltA.MOr.NT AltTCIt.XI I si'i:ri.i, "The Wlillo llrutliei-" Patlie .Wvt tdksu.w, iu:ciiMin:it nt htiiki, ciavTON In "VICKV VAX" .Mult nml .left Oh toon WHUNIMH.W, ll!C. a I NOIt.MA TAI.M.MKJi: 111 "UK l.l'.VH AXXIK" I'allio Si'WH Tlll'llNII.W, IHMJ. l!,1 .MAIIKI, XOItMANI) III "WIIUX INHTOItS IMS,. (JUNK" t'lu Nile Coined) I'ltlD.W, l)i;ciOllli;H (! DOIIOTIIV DAIrOX III 'OTIIKlt .MUX'S WIVHS" I'plll WlH'U) SATl'ltllAV, l)l 1!7 .MAiuuunuTi: name In "OIIM.S" lliinilil l.lojd Comedy CO.MI.VCJl A musical comody In pic ture. "OH, HOY," "My Honolulu Girl." A lift poo. plo musical comedy. This plnys TIIK IMNN'KY THKA THK In Ilol.e II I Ilrclthnupt Iiiih In cliargo tho salo of tho Hod Cross tuberculosis seals, tho quota for this district being $25. Anyone wIshliiR to purchnso can send to Mrs. Ilrcl thnupt, It I) 3, boforo Dec. 20. Mrs Itnby. Mrs. Colbert nnd Miss Myers entertained the Park Improve ment club Thursday afternoon, Dec. 4. Twenty members wero present. After tho business meeting tho pro gram wns ns follews: Roll call, with discussion of current events. CurlnR of ments, Mrs. Itnby; cooking of moats, MrK C. 0. lloslup. but on ac count of being called away Mrs. lles lup will give this topic nt tho next meeting. Tho receipts will bo given to the sccretnry nnd will bo compiled Into n cook book nt tho end of tho year when tho full courso of Do mestic Art will bo completed. The Hostess half hour passed nil too quickly with music by Miss Myers. Tho work for the yenr will bo tho home, preparation of foods, serving, Interior dccorntlon. mul. In fact, nit things pertaining to tho making of ho homos. Current events, both local nnd national will bo discussed at each meeting. On nccount of tho extreme cold wonthor tho uttendnnco nt Sunday school Iiiih been smnll compared with tho regular turnout. Milder weather is bound lo come soon and things' can becomo normal again. It com mence nt tho usual tlmo 2 o'clock, Mrs. Andorson of I'nyetto spout the week end with Mr nnd Mrs Wnltcr Davis. TAYI,()lt-l)(Xi:V. At tho homo of tho brldo's mother In I'nyetto Sunday ocnlng occurred tho mnrrlago of Miss Jcnnlo Itoonoy and S. F. Taylor, Jr., of this city Mr and Mrs. Taylor returned to Ontario Immediately following tho wedding and bnvo taken apartments nt the Test residence until their now home In Klvorsldo Is completed. Both ilia brlda mid groom nro woll known In Ontnrlo. Tho groom Is the oldest son of Mr. nnd Mrs. S. F. Tay lor of this city and for somo tlmo pnst hns been n mombor of tho forco nt tho Ontnrlo laundry. Tho brldo en mo to Ontnrlo three yenrs ago from I'nyetto mid nftcr n short tlmo here purchased tho Uurrol studio, which sho oporntcd until two weeks ago when she sold It. MADDHX-POUXIIS. At Volo last Friday . Mlm (Irnco Pounds mul Itobcrt Mnddcn of this city woro married. Tho young couple returned to Ontario in tho af ternoon and nro nt homo nt tho rest denco of tho groom's mother. ltoth Mr. nml Mrs. Mnddcn nro well known In tho younger sot in Ontnrlo, particularly tho groom, who Is n nn tlvo son of Ontnrlo After grnduntlng nt tho local IIIrIi School Mr Madden worked In local stores nnd when war was declared was ono of the first group of boys to answer tho call. He went Into the nvlntlon service nnd been mo an Instructor In norlnl gun nory nt Dayton, Ohio, whero ho re mained until illschnrged from tho service, Mr nnd Mrs, Mnddcn ex pect to build u now homo for thorn selves In tho spring JJjraCAWJTDWYg III TiMMrt,ol 1 I lT jNf AifM Mb 1 1 ) VwWM,WMy jfif : Plans Ht'iUirds 1QQ0 Times .Vo Xeeilles lo (Uumue Phonographs The Christmas Gift for the Whole Family Hvcolioily likes music hut not tin Minif kind or music. Ami everybody can have Just wliut llicy waul when they want It if you will Just tell us to deliver u I'allio to your home. PUtys All Makes of Hi'iumls Tills liiteiuutloiinlly ruinous Instru ment plny.s all makes or records. It entiles In hcmillful designs mul nt prices ranging, from $15, See it. The Sapphire Hall Is Kxi'lasive Tills small polished Jewel does nwny with needles. II reproduces music perfectly. It doesn't weur out your records, Hear It nt our store. For Sale by A. L. McDowell's EXChange StOre Ontario, Oregon What Shall We Get For Mother? May we break into the family discussion and make a sug gestion? Why not get mother somo nice now linon a fino tablo cloth, a dozen dinner napkins, or perhaps somo now sheets and pillow cases, hand towels, bath towols, etc. You never knew a woman who had too much linon or who doesn't grow pleased or excited over a gift of this kind. Then, too, linen is a practical gift with all the pleasing features of tho more sontimontal ono. A plentiful supply of linon also allows for more frequent changes. And changes and a 'little rest once in a while prolongs the life of linon tho samo as it does clothes; shoes, suits and other garments. Got tho finest quality, of courso, for it is far choapor in tho long run. No ono knows this hotter than wo who laun der all kinds of good, bad and indifferent fabrics. Just one other suggestion. See that mother doesn't bother with tho washing of this now linen oithor to do it herself or to havo it done. i Wo do family flat work, and for that mattor, ontiro family washings, beautifully, and at a rato which, all things con sidered, is lower in cost. Wo trust our suggestion for mother is not out of placo, and that you will all havo tho best kind of a "Merry Christmas." Rain Water Jones' Ontario Laundry Eat Your Christmas Dinner t at THE BLUE BIRD the next place to home And at that, we aro certain that our Menu, with all the Christmas trimmings, will give that complete satisfaction which only Home Cooking Can Realize Then at "THE BLUE BIRD" you will have the choice of several Special Menus Turkey Dinner,' Chicken Dinner or Roasts. And "THE BLUE BIRD" prices are reasonable. Tho SERVICE is the best. Spend a portion of your Christmas Day at THE BLUE BIRD 1 - "