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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, TOLEDO, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 5lh, 1922. WINANT Miss Alice Huntsucker called on Mrs. Chas. Amsbury Thursday after nron. Glenn Dann spent Friday evening at the Huntaucker home. M. G. Shormervand family left Thurs day for Siletz where they will vliit with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylor. Floyd Rhoades and Bill Smith call ed at the Huntsucker home Sunday. Mrs. C. S. Oh mart and little son spent Saturday and Sunday with Mt. B. F. Updike. Mrs. G. W. Lewis and children spent Sunday afternoon with her mother, James Huntsucker called at the Davenport home Sunday evening. Eugene Emerson and James Hunt aucker were Southside visitors Mon day. I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Huntsucker and Henry Emer3on were Toledo callers Tuesday. fk-o. Huntsucker and Grant Bailey called on home folks Tuesday night. for the first good Sunday. AH are In-' evening, everyone having1 a very enjoy- vited to com and bring a luncn ana awe time. enjoy a good time. HARLAN At last spring is here. It must have been drlayed enroute. ?! hooi closed last Monday after a Mr. Ellis ScovIIle returned to Port land Saturday after a visit with his parents in Pioneer. Mrs. I. V. Cozlne and Miss Helen Sma'.l were Toledo visitors Saturday. Mrs. M. v. Small and daughter Ger- vcry successful eight month" term, trade were Toledo visitors Thursday Everyone Is welt pleased with Mrs. I A dance was held in the Grange hall Leta Davis and feel she has well earn- the evening of April 29. ed her wages. Mrs. Davis 'is a local girl so we take a great deal of pride in her success. Goat shearing ts well under way In this vicinity and I am sure the shorn goa; a are grateful for the sunshine. Mrs. P. H. Martin and daughters, Leta Davis and Dorothy Allison, at tended Institute last week. Mrs. E. F. Norwood and children visited C. B. Arthur's Saturda. We are glad to hear tnat Mrs. Chas. Cator is still Improving. Mr. J. E. Davis returned from Insti tute Sunday. SILETZ iThe teachers of the" public school have returned from attending the an nual Institute held at Toledo last week well pieased with their trip, the fine Intellectual work of the Institute and the whole souled hospitality of the people of Toledo. The attendance : GLEN , Mr. Drue nd son-in-law, Julius Busch, arrived here from, Chicago last week. Mr. Busch will rebuild his home here and hopes to toe able to bring his family soon. He has bsen absent from this country for Ebout 14 years. Mr. Drue returned to Chi cago Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moore and fam ily and Mr. and Mrs. Alva. Mooro and family returned to Mill Creek Monday after a week's visit at W. R. Moore's. Miss Zelma Aplet called on Mrs. John Davenport Saturday. J. K. wheeler lost a fine brood sow last week. Mrs. J. W. Davenport and sraaii children of Elk City were visiting here last week. E'.mer and Nathan Watklns are helping Mr. Busch get bis crops in. wvs. Koy Moore called on Mrs. John CHITWOOD Quite a large number turned out for the literary program Saturday evening , miss uorotny ueeca 01 poui ureen ,,,, , ,,, .-., , no . . n,nnnri K..rto 7'a 1 i , . y lthat tauKh' 1 nlh 85 were in Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Moore, Mr. and nJ!J . . attendance. Toledo had cleaned her Mrs. Roy Moore end children and Mr. Maine Briggs made a trip to Sum-' ., j v..,. , ,.. ,i M ai. . . o..j... . . B"CTHJ I11U UOA.Pl aillCEl WHICH UiaUB nira muuio DJ.'OUl OUUUK mil lasx luesaay. nvnrvthlnir lrnV rln onH ao a 'evenlne with Mr. nrt Mn I V vS a ji VD . ,II7 P- The institute was held in the Brlggs and family of Burnt Wbods n,n.im .Mh Tfco short program was well received areJmTi away ? to"nA. i decorated for the occasslon. The especially an original story read by P"1'" "16"'" "'cu uc,c stage ie large and so decorated with rW.rett Wildman. The next program ?"a 'erBd . 6 ?m ".noa,r a! native trees, paintings and flowers as will be given Saturday. May 13, at 8 ,Iurnt Woods 8' We underf, and to make the stage a gem of beauty, p. in. It is planned to start at 8 sharp Bre, moy.i: UP near p,ort I Superintendent Coin and his assistants Wheeler. Elmer Watkins went to Toledo Tuesday on a business mission. WINANT nniv hrvmo anrl fao. aura triv nrlll Mr. Rniph Hamar who recently suf- make as new frnnds ag they fend a broken log Is improving and ara ;eavIn , old ones, pk-ns to co;ne home soon. .'.1 1 a. I.illle Trapp left Friday for Cor- pi v fMTV vvullis to n-trri. d the funeiil of her! CL,V ' 1 ' aunt, Mrs. Henderson. Mir?. Frank Gatens returned Mon- A bi? crow i Oi lellows turned out day from Toledo where she has beoh u:iaay and an excellent game of attending Institute, in so ball H3 enjryed. The i-rro was Mr. Fred Flnnaman left for Alaska Chitwoofl Sluggers 11, Chitwood Babe Sunday afternoon. Mr. Clyde Van Ruths, 12. Ordon is taking his place on the Tran- The roads are getting fine and road git. wcik is starting with a rush. 'Men of the quarry at Burpee have Linrtesr. Pros, sawmill started to ' come to Elk City to work in the quar c Tuesday. I ry here. The girls' sewing club which recent- Mrs. N'ellle Davenport was a Toledo v's '-ir Sunday and Monday. A.Tt. G llivnn 1. J .LIU -a ll i' f," ,"Lem eUJ.B. 'IS fi wore untiring in their efloAs to make lOna visited Mrs. Updike Saturday and everything pleasant and attractive for ounday. the teachers. Your correspondent' Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Huntsucknr and never saw before, at an institute held i Henry Emerson made a business trip in this county, so many healthy, hand-i to Toledo Tuesday, some, cheery school ma'ams. This is 'Mrs. John Coovert and Miss Blanch due no doubt to the fine climate, , Brown both of Beaver Creek, passed pure air, cold, sparkling water and the:tllru Oysterville Friday enroute home fresh, clean, wholesome food that Is 'from the Institute. ly met at Mts. Floyd Pepin's Is getting Ic-? fine. The gills show an Interest and a desire to do the work assigned. udi work sho-jld be supported and en ouragefi Ly all in the community. A Sunday school picnic is planned so plentiful in this country. This cli- mate puts iron in the blood, color in itha face, pep in their actions and an ambition to raise the standard of morals and education to a much high er grade than it is now in Lincoln county. Several educators of the state were present as instructors. among them were state superintendent While riding his horse to work, Mr Krank Haskell was thrown and hurt, remaining unconscious for a time. Miss Ethel Miller of Yaquin called at her brother's home Sunday. Mr. G. Shermer and family left on Thursday for Siletz where '.hey win visit Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylor for several days. Mrs. Updike completed an eight months term of school at Oyster City Tuesday. The parents and friends were invited to the closing exercises after which Ice cream and cake were GR0CERIES-FLOUR-FEED-HAY-HARPWARE-GROCER1E8-FLOUR-FEED-H O kl Kl a. cc 3 O -I b. (0 iu kl O O KJ C o K X X Q K D O -I u o K O Churchill, county superintendent of Yamhill Duncan, and others who save some talks on school work that was . served, very interesting to the teachers. Both Mr. and Mrs. John Shermer were An etenhant nartv was held TnmiliT ""1'D 6"e"" rui Buuiaiorsi "'iuiS i"oi m usier on lues An cepnant party was neia Tuesday made Bomj good 8UggestlonB ag day. Mr. Shermer has just recently returned from Chicago. Clarence Boyer of Crabtree, Oregon; is staying with his s.ster, Mrs. Ken dall. V. D. Boone and son, Dan, are work ing In Toledo. Mrs. Dora Emerson spent a few days In Newport last week. OLD DUTCH CLEANSER 10c or 1 dozen for $1.10 25 BARS LAUNDRY SOAP for $1.00 LARGE WOODEN BOX CRACKERS. 3 1-2 lbs 52c GRAHAM CRACKERS per pound 15c W. C. Burcroff Mercantile Co. . V. ..... . U .. Y. 1 1 - l i x. i T iu uuw uiu iiuuuc bcuuuib may ltd im proved and made much better than they are at present. Superintendent Coin had charge of the institute and much of its success wis duo to his efforts and management. Dr. Dan ford, superintendent of this district will hold the third quarterly conference here on Thursday, the 11th and will preach at 11 o'clock and ad minister the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. Everyone is cordially Invited to attend the services. Mr. Danford Is one of our best preachers. The weather for a few days has been fair and the farmers are bucy putting in their crps and gardens. ILee Williams has his ten acres' of I loganberries in. fine shape ASSOCIATION GRATEFUL FOR HOSPITALITY OF TOLEDO have a good crop of berries this year. Lee is here himself attending to the v.ark Toledo, Oregon, April 28, 19S2. Lincoln County division of the Ore gon State Teachers Association called to order with President Hester Hill Coovert in the chair. The minutes of the 1921 meeting He will i wera red and approved. KYNISTON NOT STRUCK BY JOHN SCHAPFER The Leader always tries to give the truth to Its renders, but In writing up the article In regard to the recent In Jury to Herbert Kyniston it seems that we were badly misinformed, p.s Mr. Kyniston states that he was not struck by John Schaffer as we stated but was struck by an automobile. vHOCE HI ESFLCUR-FEEO-H AY-H ARDWARE-GROCERIES-FLOUR-FEED-H Get our prices on O. D. Wool Army Shirts, Wool Blankets, U. S. Haver sacks, U. 8. Army Trunks, U. 3. Spiral Legglns and 72-inch white duck. The Bootery. 11-1t One woman writes: "A domestic science teacher saiJ it was the lightest cake she had ever tasted cr seen but remarked that I used at least six eggs in every cake. 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LINDSAY, "THE NIFTY TAILOR," Maeonfc Bldg Toledo, Oregon HWKHttHHIMHIt MHIMIIIHIIMM The president appointed the follow ing committees: Nominating committee C. E. Oli ver of Waldport; Mnry Harrison, of Toledo; Charles Hart of Grande Ronde. Placement bureau Victor Shawe, of Toledo; W. A. Parsons, Waldport; J. E. Davis, Elk City; Verne Ross, To ledo, Esther Andersen, Siletz. R. School Con. O. F. Glaser, SlleU; Maggio L. Hampton, Norton s, Maiv E. Martin, Eddyville. The association extended a votT of thanks to Supt. Coin, and the instruc tors; also to the people of Toledo for throwing their hearts and homes opan to the teachers. M. L. HAMPTON, Nor'ons, Or., Socy-Treas. MAKE OREGON SAFE FOR THE REPUBLICAN PARTY RE-ELECT RALPH WILLI! REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN i a a aj WatcK Our Windows For Lowest Trices on Shoes and Furnishings Highest Quality and Style Guaranteed. inn i hi n 1 1 it m ii ., ft sH f I CARRY A FULL LINE I JBMI CMIU ALL Ml TNIWMuV Vi T." 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