February, 1921

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Around Garfield County

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Mr. and Mrs. George Burlingame and Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Koenig Hosts

Mr. and Mrs. George Burlingame and Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Koenig entertained with a delightful bridge party on Thursday night of last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Burlingame. There were forty guests. The honors of the evening fell to Mrs. Ray McClung, Mrs. George Simenstad, Roy Williams and W. F. Hull.

Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Osa Cannon, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Malone, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hull, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Cluster, Mr. and Mrs. George Simenstad, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Christopherson, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schneckloth, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Keatts, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Morris, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Ray McClung, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blake, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McCabe, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Crump, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Strain, Mr» and Mrs. R. D. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Heater, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Mast.

Mrs. J. D. Lyoii Hostess

Mrs. J. D. Lyon entertained the members of the Harmony club and a few friends at her home on First street, Friday afternoon. In an automobile guessing contest, Miss Catherine Brewnell secured a prize.

The visitors were Mrs. W. D. Hamilton, Mrs. A. Oliver, Mrs. H. K. Lyon, Mrs. Dallas Lyon and Mrs. Ritchey. The members present were Mrs. A. G. Farley, Mrs. W. J. McDaniels, Mrs. J. L. Horrell, Mrs. J. S. Nye, Mrs J. A. Craig, Mrs. Eddie Poirier, Mrs. R. E. Warren, Mrs. F. H. Pyle, Mrs. Ray McClung, Mrs. Mary Ashby, Mrs. Allie Groub, Mrs. J. M. Robinson, Mrs. E. Halterman. Mrs. A. J. Buchet, Miss Amelia Warren, Miss Catheine Brownell, Mrs. P. McClung and Mrs. Lyon.

Honor Mrs. Hunt

Relatives and friends of Mrs. Elizabeth Hunt gathered at her home, 716 Washington, Sunday afternoon in honor of her 80th birthday. The guests to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hunt and from there proceeded to the home of the honor guest. A birthday dinner was served after which a number of presents were given Mrs. Hunt. —Walla Waila Union.

Personal Mention

Miss Iffland, teacher in the Pomeroy school, left Friday to visit the school at Waitsburg.

Kuykendall's Drug Store is headquarters for everything in the music line from a phonograph needle to a piano. 47-tf

Mrs. C. M. Vassar left Saturday to visit Miss Ramona Vassar at Tacoma and to go from there to Portland to visit her mother.

We are now showing our new fabric hats for the early spring trade. The public is invited to call and look over our stock. Saxton & Forry, milliners. 1t

All persons knowing themselves indebted to me are asked to please settle by cash or note on or before February 19, 1921. I am expecting to leave Pomeroy and want to get all accounts settled by that time. Clara Breshears. 1t

Celebrate Birthday

To celebrate the fifteenth birthday anniversary of their son, Floyd Kausche, a party was given by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kausche at their home in the country, Saturday evening. Supper, including the birthday cake was served at midnight.

Card playing and dancing were the feature of entertainment. The guests were Gladys Oliver. Alma Freeburn, Opal Hull, Faye Carter, Frances and Helen Meyers, Vivien Rhodes, Gladys DeMoss and Naomi Willoughby; Clyde and Kennth Felthouse, Bert Oliver, John Noble, Sammie Robertson, Cecil Wisenor, Jesse Rauch, and Wayne Trosper.

Six of the young ladies were entertained until Sunday evening.

She Likes 'Em

There once was a "peach" lived in Pomeroy
Quite cunning, quite cute,
And, oh say boy! What she liked for a treat
Was good apples to eat
Then her smile was quite coy
Gee, oh joy, boy!

Entertain at Cards

Mrs. H. C. Keatts and Mrs. W. L. Meyers entertained at cards on Saturday afternoon, at the hoine of Mrs. Meyers. Twenty tables were occupied. The rooms were prettily decorated with pussy willows and red carnations. Honors fell to Mrs. W. J. Scott and Mrs. J. F. Burr.

Assisting in serving refreshments were the Misses Vivian Rhodes, Wilma Knettle, Alvena Yochum, Frances Hoerchel and Frances and Helen Meyers.

Needle Club Meets

The Needle club met at the home of Mrs. N. E. Whittaker on Wednesday afternoon, those present being Lee Garren, Mrs. Clarence Moore, Mrs. T. A. Bowne, Mrs. J. R. Kidwell, Mrs. W. J. Rummens, Mts. E.W. Dickson, Mrs. W. F. Taylor, Mrs. Oren Burt. Mrs. Frank Burt, Mrs. F.L. Bingham, Mrs. Chris Obenland, Mrs. James Christensen. Mrs. Geo. Upton, and Mrs. Whittaker.

Stocking Measures Admission

"An Evening with the Belles," will be an entertainment to be given by the Methodist ladies' aid at the church parlors on next Wednesday evening. The admission will be twice the size of the stocking you wear. If you wear a number 10 stocking, your admission will be 20 cents. The public is invited.

Many Attend Party

Over 100 enjoyed the dancing and card playing at the Columbus Hall Monday evening. Hotesses for the evening were Mrs. W. L. Meyers, Mrs. J. V. Carithers, Mrs. P. Sura, Mrs. John Waldher and Mrs. Nick Pierre.

Honors for the card games fell to: Mrs. 8. A. Feider and E. A. Ranes.

Congregational Aid

Mrs. A. Halterman entertained the Congregational auxiliary Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Sommerville will be hostess next Wednesday.

Meet With Mrs. Robison

St. Peter's Guild will meet next Wednesday with Mrs. C. H. Robison.

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