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: v.. Ar. t PJ W' M v THE ONTARIO ARGUS, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, ..NOVEMBER 3, 1921 ONTARIO HIGH SCHOOL WEEKLY N EWS BUDGET Written and Edited by the News Writing Cluss of The English Department Bettor spooch wcok, Novembor C to 12, will bo observed nil nvor thu nation, and tho Ontario High School In planning to do ltd bit by devot ing a fow mlnutcfl of assembly per iod onch morning to tho movoracnt. Tho stock-Judging loam lonvos for Portlnmt Thuntdny morning at .1 o'clock. Our bout wlshos go with tho boys, James McCrolght, any Sccoy, nnd Robort Llnsy, Tho Girls' aico Club will horo after bo known no tho Sigma Botn Club. Tho following nro tho of ficer! Pros., Daisy Sccoy, Vice, Profl., Evadlno Cochran, Sec Treas., Mario Fnhy. Night clrtBBOB In nowlng and cook ing will hold tholr first rcgulnr mooting with Miss Wood Wednes day. Tho pupils of tho grados school woro put thru tho test of a tire drill Monday morning. Tho chil dren wero not rushed nt all. nnd did romarkably well to clear tho build ing In ono mlnuto nnd forty seconds. Snturdny, on tho local fluid, our football horned succeeded In defeat ing tho Wolsor II. S. team with n Hcoro of 7-0. Tho gym. classes havo been enjoy ing htkoa this wcok and last. On Thursday of last week somo of the 3rd hour girls succeeded In tho at tempt to cross tho Snnko rlvor brldgo Into Idaho nnd got back In tlmo for tho 4th hour clnssos. Mon day morning tho 1st. nnd 2nd. por Ind girls walked toward Idaho. Tho cooking clnss sorved a Hal lowcen lunchoon Monday. Miss Leo nnd Miss Dunstnno woro guests nnd Mnry David acted ns bostons. Tho first yenr sowing classes are beginning tholr second problems. Wool drnssos nro holng inn do by tho advanced class. Students will bo shown tho re sults of tholr efforts for tho past six weeks whon tho report cards aro glvon out Tuesdny. Tho Practical houso girls aro working hard nnd oxpoct to hnvo tholr houso finished nnd equipped In throo wocks. At prosont tho floors nnd furniture nro lining paint ed. Tho Sophomoro, Junior, nnd Sen ior clnsscs nro studying classics. Tho Sophs aro rending "Tho Anclmit Mariner"; Juniors, "Ah You I.lko It": nnd Seniors, "Sir Hogur do Covorly." A goodly number nf studoutd wont to Cnldwoll Wodnesdny to at tond tho football game thoro be tween Cnldwoll IIIkIi nnd O. II. S A now Club, tho II. C. C. linn boon orgnnlzod. Tho mombors nro! Margaret Potter, Pros,; Dorothy Doan, Vlco Pros.; (lortrudo Skow, Soo'y-TrenB. ; Evelyn 8towarts Lola Evorott; Lola Bartsho; Clara Wood; Daisy Socoy; llnzol Curry; Mlldrod Itatcllffo; Mlldrod Copclaud; Ula Qramso nnd Alma Homan. Tho first mooting of tho club will bo hold nt tho homo of Alma Hnmnn, Thursday evening. Refreshments will bo served. Virgil Iteeso who has ticon nt tondlng tho Unlvorslty of Wyoming, Joined tho student body of tho II, 8. Monday morning. A mooting of tho P. T. A. wns hold Monday ovonlng at tho High School. Tho nurnoso of tho moot Ing wns to re-orgnnlzo and oloct otflccrit for tho coming term. Thomas Ilngood nnd llalph Harris registered ns mombors of tho Fresh man elnss Mondny. Tho selections glvon by tho H. 8. Hand nt tho Inst two football gnmos have boon grently onjoyod by tho crowd. Tho Hand tins been In croasnd this yoar by fifteen now members. Tho Aggtos hnvo bean Judging stock on vnrlnus fnrmo around On tnrlo nnd Wolsor for tho past wook. Cnthorlno Ncob nnd Iluby Haines havo Joined clnsscs In typing Miss N'ocb Is tnklng. ndvnncod typing nnd Miss Unities Is' n beginner. Ilnlph Drnno wns host nt n Hal Inwocn party hold at his homo Snt urdny night, Oct. 20, Tho houso wan appropriately docaratod and n pleasant ovonlng wns spent In music nnd dancing. Thoso prosont woro Uuth Cnbeon, Irono Fnublon, Mar Jorlo Potcrson, Kvolyn Stownrt, Mildred Itntcllffo, Mnrgarot Ulnck aby, Urbn Anderson, Kuth nnd Alma Homan, Margaret Drnno, Hugh Illggs, Wcndnll Thnyor, Dick Adnm, Prank Vnn Petten, Frank Clement, Kid on Fortlor. Ioonnrd Zimmerman, Donald Pnrkcr and ICnrt Skow. Tim "Independent" Is being used ns u sourro of current ovouts In tho Junior nnd Senior clnssns In Civics, History and English. A fow frlonds of Iloatrlco Long onjoyod n plensant ovonlng nt her homo on Hallowoon. Tho tlmo passed onjoynbly with gnmos nnd music. Thoso present woro Iloatrlco Long, Kiln Mossoo, Mary David, Mlldrod Davis, Inez Caroy and Kthol Conway, Clara In ox Wood onlortnlhod a numbor of hor frlonds at n Hallow een party Friday ovonlng, October 28. Tho houso wns tastofully do corntod with things suggestlvo of ghosts, gobbllns nnd spooks. Ap proprlato games woro plnyod and tho serving of dainty rofroshmonts was a fitting closo for n dollghtful ovonlng. Miss Wood's guosta woro Daisy Sccoy, Margaret Potter, Lola Itces, Dorothy Donu, Clortriulo Skow, I'ln Uramso, Alma Homan, .oldii Mcllaloy nnd Kllnor Wood. OWYHEE NEWS NOTES. President Harding Now Heads Bed Cross'' fpn Tho Hnllowocn "get acquainted" party glvon Mondny ovcnlng under tho nusplces of tho P. T. A. wns quite a social success. A program was arranged nnd given under tho direction of Mrs. Schwclzor and Miss Davis, consisting of "A How and Arrow Drill" by tho boys nnd nu "Autlmn Loaves Danco" by tho girls. Saveral violin and piano solos woro also glvon by Lu do Ooodo. After tho program games approprlato to Hallowoon woro playod followed by refreshments of plo and cotfeo. Mr. and Mrs. Frod Kllngback aro tho paronts o( a OU pound daugh ter born Tuesday, Novombor 1st, 1921. Mothor and bnby doing nice ly nnd Fred goes around with tho samo old smllo, only n little moro so. Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith and son Kltrfor woro out to tho ranch Tuos day. Tho Dlgolow, Ous Bchwolzor, Mc Olnnls, Smith, Glascock nnd DoDord families wero represented at tho Hallow6en anturtnlnraent at tho Kolony, Mondny ovonlng, Misses Junnlta Dlgolow and Mlldrod Do llord making their dobut as mem bers of tho now high school orchos tra recently organized by Prof. Ev orott nnd .Miss Throlma McCrcary. Mr. Walker and son of Pnyolto, hnvo purchasod tho Overstreet's Owyhco rnnch nnd moved on tho first of tho wook. Mossrs. Wm. McKwnn and Wnltor Plnkston woro circulating a petition for a chnngo In tho boundary of the school district, Tuesday. II Is stntad that about 15,000 bend of sheep owned by Mr. Potor son hnvo boon brought Into tho val- lov for winter food. Mr. Potorson having purchnsod tho Huffman nnd McLafforty hay as well as that on tho Illggs Dunawny rnnch. It. W. Ilrumblold nnd family of tho llond hnvo rontod tho Chns. Ilradloy ranch nnd will tnko posses sion In n fow wooks. Lnst Mondny, Ornndpn Ilradloy vlsltod nn old pioneer friend nt tho Hub Vnrd homo, nnmoly, Mrs. Flotchcr, now of Portland, who Is n guest there. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lolloy DoWItt woro down from tholr homo at Sago Ilrush Springs nnd spent tho wook ond nt tho I.owo homo. Messrs T. M. Lowo and Frod Kllngback woro Onto City visitors, Monday. .... Iter. W. F. Shields pronchod his fnrowoll sermon In Owyhee Sundny nftornoon. Tho many frlonds ho tins mndo during his stay horo aro dcoply sorry to sco him leave. Mr. and Mrs. Win. McNnry nnd Prod Kllnghnck went to Ontario Thursday whoro tho McNary'a sign ed n quit claim deed to tho ranch near Mitchell Ilutto formerly owned by Mr. Kllngback. Mr. and Mrs. McNnry and Miss Ksmond Orovo loft Friday for tholr old homo In Crook County, stopping n fow days onrouto In Nyssa. VALLEY VIEW CAIRO BOYS TO JUDGE PIGS AT STOCK SHOW Represent Mnlhi'iir County At Inter national Show Ah Result of Plnco Won nt County Knlr To Ilo Entertained Tho Cairo Pig Club Stock Judg ing Tonni compOBOd of John Cox, Volnoy Hlckox nnd Qlcn Iloso will ropresont Mnlhour County In tho Boys and fllrls' Club stock-Judging contest at tho Pacific IntornnUonnl Livestock Show. Tho boys will loavo Ontario, Saturday nftornoon, Novombor C nnd will roturn tho fol lowing Thursday. Tho Hoard of Directors of tho Paclflo International Livestock Bhow, rccognlztng tho Importnnco of Interesting tho boys and girls In tho art of fudging livestock havo otforod ITG0.00 toward paying tho expenses of tho teams. $260.00 of this Amount will go toward furnish ing room nnd board for tho club mombors whllo nt tho show and tho remaining $500.00 will bo prorated nmong tho teams, tho amount each team will rocolvb will depend upon tho dlstanco thoy havo to travel. It Is expected that at least 20 teams from various countlos In Ore gon, Washington nnd Idaho will bo prosont. Tho competition for first placo will bo vory koon but tho boys nro going to do tholr best to win this covotod honor. Tho Cairo stockjudgliig tonm won this right to represent Mnlhour County nt tho stock show by win ning socond place at tho County Fair. Tho Oregon Slope toara which won first placo will spend two weeks nt tho Uoys nnd airls Sum mer School, at Corvnllls next June. HUOAII BEETS Oft POTATOES Tho contest betwoon nugnr beets and potatoes Is on. Mnlhour Coun ty Is rapidly developing nn early potato buslnoas whllo Washington County Idaho, undor almost Idontl en I soil and cllmato conditions Is do voloplng sugar boots. Thorn were about 800 acres of potatoes In Mnl hour County this yoar nnd 1400 acros of sugar boots In Washington County. It will bo Interesting to sea which crop wins out over tho othor, ns they aro both moro or loss similar In tholr soil nnd cul tural requirements nnd tho cost of production per aero Is about equal. Wo predict tbnt tho ono which jinyn tho farmers best will bo tho ono which wins This yonr's oxporlonco ut least Is on tho sldo of tho potato man, tho avorago return for pota toes being about double that for sugar boots, which moans Hint tho potato growonS mndo a good profit and tho boot mon did not. . Mnlhour Co. Farm Huroau Nows LOCAL PERSONALS""" CoL S. F. Taylor was In Welser on buslnoss Saturday. ' Leland, tho throo-ycnr-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Thomas, Is sorl ously 111. Mrs. Elmor Webstor entortnlued tho Foreign Missionary Society of tho M, c. church Wodnesdny. ' Mrs. Ornco Abbott of Payette vls ltod with her sister Mrs. It. L. Jon kins, Tuesday. ' Prof. J. P. Turnbull, principal of tho cast sldo school, mndo n busi ness trip to Vnlo Saturday. Si D. nilltngstcy and wlfo vlsltod Ilolsa Monday. , Master Wllmor McDowell ontor tnlnod a number of his playmatos at a Hallowoon party Mondny nftor noon nnd ovonlng nt tho homo of his pnrentd, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. L. Mc Dowoll, In honor -of his fourth birth day. ,k It. W. Swaglor, Sam Taylor nnd IL W. Chapman woro nmong thoso who attended tho football gnmo at Cold well, Wednesday, FOIl KENT Bedroom In modern homo. Call 60-W. tf. NEW DIRECTORY Did you get a copy of the new telephone directory. If not, call our office and one will be mailed you. MalheurHomeTelephoneCo. '"IKSr fi w Mi yj $zS (0) MmiMi . tfta, Succeeding former Prteldent Wilton, President Harding wie recently elected president of the American lied Crott. He Is here, seen accepting the office. From left to right: Ma J. Gen. Merrltto W. Ireland, Surgeon Oeneral, U. 8. A. J Dr. Llvlngeton Farrand, chairman Central Committee of the Red Croee; the Preildent; At. Secretary of the Treasury Eliot Wadeworth; Rear Admiral Edward R. Stltt, Surgoon General, U, 8. N, Dale West and His Winning Heifer WflV ''EeeHeeHeieH W'jlk' fstllbt .A JMJHBflltmVAJMLt ICVi . liBiiiHiflt 9 VnSBeeeHBetLWX KeW Af lH eEeeeeeeBtF ttj eLwKVS3HIBd m T VI Uuf 1RR t J W liB Dale West, of Klamath Fulls, Oregon, enmo with tho other boys' nnd girls rlub number to tho Pacific In ruatloual Llvo Stork Exposition last year and entered hU Shorthorn heifer Mound s DuronCbS I'd Well bred, In splendid lOiulclon and trnlnrd to stand and lead properly for the Judges, both sho nnd her master uiado a flno Impression, and she was u warded first In tho young clats of beef breeds. Dale mis written to O M Hummer, manager of tho great show to bo held this year ut North Portland, Oregon, Nov. 5-12, that ho wants to bo a part of the exposition, and he sent hU chock for $25 for one share of stock. Tho boys' and glrla' club exhibits ut the Puclflo International last year were very Intercstlnc, and perhaps as important to the nation as auy division tbero. Martin O. Ilnrrows of tho liar-rows-Ordway Co., from St. Paul ar rived nt tho ranch Tuesday morning for a fow days inspection trip, tho picking nnd sorting of apples at the ranch hnvo boon completed and only ono or two moro cars aro to bo shipped, thoso nro delayed by tho shortago of cars. Sundny bolng tho fifth In tho month thoro wns no preaching sor vlco at tho school houso, but tho Sundny School was well attondod. Tho mooting called for Tuesday ovonlng nt tho school houso to vote on tho Iludgot was called to order by tho chairman nnd after tho bud got was read tho jroto was unani mous In favor of samo. This shows moro than ovor how tho votors of District No. 30 pull together on thoso questions. Notices havo been published for bids on bonds and on tho oroctlon of tho buildings. All bids must bo In by Novombor 7. Plans aro on ex hibit nt van l'otton i.urauer co. Mr Loonoy who was taken from this neighborhood a short tlmo ago nnd sent to Illockfoot returned last wook to his homo but the sheriff sont him back to Ulackfoot at onco. Hallowoon was vory quiet lu tho Valley Vlow neighborhood this year and so fow of tho usual pmnks woro playod by tho boys that no ono seoma to havo any complaint. Mr. and Mrs, C G. Iteea and son, David, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. llurr and daughter Colin, motored to Parma and noswell and surrounding coun try Tuesday to look up somo mat ters In regard to tho erection of tho new school building. Mr and Mrs. A. J. Miller moved to tholr new home on Torraco Heights Wednesday of this week. Mrs. Tom Kennedy was very sick last week from a nervous breakdown and two doctors wero callod her con dition was so critical. Sho Is much Improved at the present tlmo. Mr. and Mrs, (Joule of Portland wore visiting Jesso Drown and fam ily ovor the week-end Mr .Qoblo has a homestead near nrogan where thoy had been and stopped here on their return to Portland. Miss Poor man, Edith nnd George Ooodwater spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Drown, also. Following la tho program to be presented at the school house, No vember 12, at 8; 00 o'clock. A Pageant by the school; Dla loguo. Camp Fire Ptcturos; Dialogue History's Patriotic Party; Song, Duet by Misses Armstrong and Itees: Play, "Tho Obstinate Family" cast, Mr Jones Jossa Drown, Mrs. Jones ( his wife) Mrs. Jesse Drown, Emma (Jones' daughter) Una Armstrong, Alfred (Emma's hus band Sereno McMurren, Ellin (Emma's maid) -Agnos Anildon, Honry (butler) Coy Drewn: Song, "Out whoro tho West Begins" by play cast. The program will bo fol lowed by a box supper tho procoeds to bo uted to purchaso a musical In strument for the school. H. Wellman, club leader, visited tho school Tuesday to Interest the boys In a Dairy Club, ' "Thanks for tho oil can and tho eggs," wrltos H. A. Ward, manager of tho Oregon Wool and Mohair Co- oporatlvo Association, In ono of his lively nowslottors, "Wo tako this moans of thanking our mombors for tho half dozen eggs, tho oil can nnd tho shcop shears which camo out on tho grading tablo this mouth. Wo aro kooplng tho curios and will hnvo a display ready for tho next Stato Fair." Mnlhour Co, Farm Dureau Nows THEATRE ATTRACTIONS MAJESTIC - 1'YMny ItODEUT WARWICK In "ADVENTURE IN HEARTS" Undo 81 Porklu'H Country Btoro Vaudovlllo Haturduy "MAN OF THE FORE8T" Zone Oroy Story Uy Oolly Mack Bennett Comedy Sundny ml Monday "THE FAITH HEALER" Paramount All Star Custards Last Stand Century Com. Topics of tho Day Tucudny WRE8TL1NO MATCH Twolvo Rounds Doxlng Dattlo Royal Wednesday HARRY CAREY In "DESPERATE TRIALS." International News Thursday nnd Friday "WILD OOOSE" Cosmopolitan Production Andy's Holiday Gump Cartoon DREAMLAND Saturday ROBERT WARWICK In "ADVENTURE IN HEARTS" Misfit Pair Star Comedy Suuday ALICE BRADY In "NEW YORK IDEA" Comedy Tuesday "COAST OF OPPORTUNITY" ALL STAR International News CoMs Aro otton tho boglnnlng of sorlous physical breakdown. Therotoro, no ono can, afford to ncgloct ovon tho slmplost cold. Rollovo It quickly with thoso won derful preparations. ItKXALL LAXATIVE ASPIRIN U. D. CO. COLD TAIILKTH break up n cold without starting a butting lu tho bond. IIHXALL CHERRY HARK COM POUND COUGH SYRUP, a pleasant, soothing, otfoctlvo cough syrup, freo from alcohol and narcotics, IlKXALL IIRONCHIAL HALVE a Hclontlflo compound to apply, to tho client and parts effected, penotratos nnd rollovos tho congestion. SOLD AND OUAHAXTEED UY KUXALL EASTMAN VICTOR ONTARIO PHARMACY Prescriptions our Specialty Rexall Eitatmmn Victor FINAL SETTLEMENT Notice is hereby given that I havo filed In tho County Court of Mai hour County, Oregon, my final ac count of my administration upon tho estate of John Gilbert, deceased: and that Saturday. December 3, 1921, at 2 o'clock P. M.. at the court house in Vale, Oregon, has been set by said court, as the time and place for hearing said account. All persons Interested are hereby notified to appear at said time and file their objections In writing, It any there are, to said account and contest some. WELLS W. WOOD, Administrator of the estate of John Gilbert, deceased. First publication, Nov. 3, 1921, Last publication, Dec, 1, 1921. 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