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Armstrong Okanagan Commoner (Newspaper) - January 29, 1920, Armstrong, British Columbia In which is merged the Enderby press and walkers weekly. _ a a vol. 13, no. 47, whole no. 643 Enderby b. C. Thursday Jan. 29, 1920 subscriptior., $2 a year 5c copy ing in the Hall on wednesday Jan. 21st, after the transaction of business refreshments were Enderby and District news miss Fenton returned to the coast last thursday. An ice carnival will be Sivey a Ensins at the Enderby rink on the night 1 a p of feb. 3rd. Etc mrs. D. of Gleri a Avon sask., is visiting her sister mrs. A. Fulton. X born at the Enderby hos vital Jan. 28th, to mrs and mrs. A use Quot Evvi a civil no a dmm Ryhter Tor the Prairie. Word has since 1 hos. Sharpe son and Daught i. A Jcck received that the patient 0 the misses. Funk left this had passed away. It a much sym week for Vernon where they a thy is extended to mrs. Lind have taken employment a t say and mrs. Howard As it is macs Buffet. A bit two months since the death. N x j of their Mother. Eyer3rbody is preparing for j tile annual meeting of the the in ask Ball to be give by the deep Creek live Stock. Assoc a Enderby orchestra in Enderby Ion was held recently at the theatre on feb. 13th. X the United Farmers of Grandview Bench will hold a Shadow social and Tea in the school served a followed by a social j House Jan. 30th. Everybody dance. The literary society will give an entertainment in the Hall on Friday evening. Jan. Come. Quite a number of Grandview people attended the Basket social at Grindrod last Friday night Armstrong still on top win a fast game from Vernon and another from Enderby Superior generalship on ice. The hockey game at Enderby on monday night Between Arm and As usual All report a Fine Strong and Enderby was fast and hard fought. Enderby went on the ice weakened by the absence of Sid Green Sid Speers and de. Sparrow. Armstrong songs games etc., followed by. Time. Rich Esh ments. The ranchers Here Are taking on thursday last mrs. Donald advantage of the Sleigh ing and Iii Day Rocc Ivec word that her Slaye been Busy this week haul Home of d. Lindsay the officers. For the year being president mrs. Jas. Baird had to under a lib a Day vice president r. Go another operation at the a a lion Hospital this week ant. Condition is reported serious. Lion Woroft d i week arid her Howard Secretary treasurer a. Is issus a , h. Price h. Smith j. Duncan. It was decided to retain the Aberdeen Angus Bull it which was loaned by the Dominion government for another year. Sidney Green was opera ted on for appendicitis at the Vernon Hospital this week. His condition is reported entirely satisfactory. Enderby local a. F. B. C. Has the largest membership of any a focal in the province. The number is now 100, and this soon will be exceeded. X the Enderby Library association will meet in the City Hall on saturday Jan. 31st at 3 p. M. Will All Mich bars and those interested be. Sure to attend. The death of b George Inch following an operation was retorted from Vernon last Welc. Or. Inch was a n in Derby Pioneer. Well known and esteemed he Al. A have Yaw Rajsl your City water rate done to forget that january 31 St is the last Fay of Grace and that if it is not paid pm that Date the water will he Cut off. J ,ri71 a a a x. The a marriage of miss Gertrude Fotheringham to of Philip May took place on fan. 23rd it of. Georges Church the Rev. Or. Gretton officiating. Or. My served in the British army during the four years of War. Or. And mrs. May Wilu Ive at River hand farm North of under by. A x r Jit at a tit my x jog influence has a marvelous x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x i effect on the other they May not work so hard and judging by the Sale of tickets May not Rush about so Streun the Benefit dance. Friday night Sously hut they use More head promises to be a big Success. Work in the game and make mrs. Thos. Gray returned their shots count last saturday from the coast where she spent a months holidays Sid Neal who spent the past two weeks Here left on thursday for Van ecu very where he intends to reside. The Cinderella last saturday night was a very in Cable event although the Snow kept some these enjoyable affairs Enderby players out skated their opponents when chasing the puck and did More shooting at the net but their shots did no to land y the shooting by Hardy from the. Left Wing was Swift and True and every shot seemed to be Well timed. Three goals were shot by him from his position and each shot was made with a Clear path to the xxx x x x x x x x x x xxx xxx Grindrod notes a x x x x xxx x xxx x miss d. Boesch was in grind Fod for the week end staying with friends. A mrs. C. S. Handcock was taken to the Vancouver Hospital seriously ill last week. H. Johnson of the c. X. L. Powder in Grindrod on a Short visit this week saying Gorki Hye of his friends As he has been transferee of the Nef sop District. Pm Kipton won first prize in whist and or. Massey second. Mrs. Of Tomk Ihsen. Won ladies first prize and mrs. S. Edgar second. Miss s. Monk won the Hobby prize and or. Ras Huiegh got the gentlemen a Booby the Welcome news has been received that Serif. Mar win has made another move towards r. C. He is now in the military away Upp a a have been Well maintained and net and they landed the promoters Are to be congrats the gome throughout was plated on their Success. One for the spectators full of several carloads visited in jeep and Speed with1 now and Derby monday night to see the j then Brilliant combination and hockey match and enjoy the individual playing. In the first dance which followed. One Armstrong scored4hree until regaled with arid Quot Enderby. In the second of All the players on the ice there Wasny tone that played his position As Well while his Back checking broke up Many a Vernon Rush. The league standing Armstrong. Won 4, lost 0 Vernon. Of. Won 2, lost 2 Enderby. Won 0, lost 4 Enderby intermediates win last night Enderby a intermediate hockey team drove to Armstrong for a game with the g. W. V. A. Team. They broke the ice figuratively speaking. In other words they broke the Hoodoo. The game was fast and trip. But the Enderby team won by a score of 5-4. A return game will be played on the Enderby ice wednesday evening feb. 4th. The Enderby team consisted of d. Mow rat goal Geo. Jones cover Geo. Graham Rover e Winter Centre r. Sparrow right t. 4 admins left. Refused to go w warm team but it got there in time for the wednesday Jan. 2lst at the Home of her Mother miss Mary Moser to or. Etas. Rear Croft Bert a Hassard acting As Best Man and Florence Zettergreen bridesmaid Rev. Or. Greffon officiating. The Bride and Groom afterwards period both scored one goal and in tie last period Armstrong added two More making the score 6-3 in favor of the visitors. A Hospital at Toronto arid soon expects of be Serif to Vancouver Hospital. He was joined a few weeks ago by his wife from England. The Basket social held Here on Friday evening was an crowd in attendance. The there Wilt he another mile., a ,. A Nii Nule action play at the in priced Basket realized Derby theatre on saturday Jan. $8-50. Gang to g. Stowards 3fsf, Wien George Welsh will he seen in a a grave and bold a the Story of a fight for a billion dollars. Walsh pictures always mean action hut this play is livelier than usual. A Mutt and Jeff film and a Fox news will Complete a Tine program. X x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x k he Skcar to cars x x xxxix xxxix x x x x x tile school was closed on monday owing to Trie illness of miss Taylor the teacher. Breaking Alt previous records no Basket brought less than $2. Dancing was kept up fill the Early hours of morning. The United Farmers held a very Nice social evening in the Hall on wednesday 17th Jan. There were not As Many in attendance As expected owing to the cold w caller hut Alt who attended had a very enjoyable time. The evening was spent in a songs cards and dancing. S. Hawksworth delighted the audience with three songs Thos. Skyrme or. Martin or. Monk considerable Snow fell on sat Fajr. Tomkinson or. Rashleigh urday last and Farmers Are now Busy hauling logs to hoovers Mill. _ w. R. Hilliard of deep Creek attended a meeting of Vernon typographical Union held at Penticton on Friday. A Basket social and dance to be held in the Hall under the auspices of the United Farmers of this District is planned for the beginning of february. The United Farmers of this District held their regular meet or. Charlis and or. A. Tomkinson also gave some very interesting selections. X x x x xxx x x x x x x x xxx x grand View Bench x x x x x xxx x x x x x x x x xxx two or three of our Dairy Farmers Are intending of build silos in the Spring. G. Stowards we ent to Vernon last thursday to represent our local of the u. F. B. A. March. Armstrong wins from Vromon in one of the fastest primes Ever witnessed on focal ice Flie. Armstrong team Reta Cricri thrill motored of Grindrod and Tooki cad he Clef eating Vern it i in n the Tram to Sica Inous Enron pc Strib Borny contested Iri atch lost to reefers r. C. Fiere Friday evening. Vernon opened we All wish them Jofs of Happi Ness and , but Hope the scoring by notching a go a shortly after the r first period opened hut Armstrong soon Croft is stationed As operator. Of Dreo pee get away by Auto will meet with Pic can Jay scoring two goals in a Surprise. I Quick succession the fast com a x x x x x x x x x x x k x ing from a scrimmage in front x Phlp Carer news Woof the Vernon goal. In the Sec 1c k la la ii m 1c h h k 1c m so i pcs Sion visitors talc t x r 1 i score and managed of hold the miss Agnes Carlson visited of is scoreless although they Peep Creek on sunday coming numerous shots on the from Grandview Bench. A hockey rules made Clear in the league hockey game at Armstrong two weeks ago be. Tween Enderby and Armstrong one of the goals made by the Armstrong team and disputed by the Enderby players get allowed by the referee was made. After time had been called by the timekeepers. The claim was made by the Armstrong players that because the players or the referee did not hear the time whistle and continued to press on the opponents goal until Thep. Score was made tie goal scored was according to hockey rules. This View is not shared by an authority on sports such As Art Garvey of the Vancouver pro u Vince a Iose opinion was sought in order to Clear up the disputed / a it inf. Or that the Iii keepers have entire charge of time that is Fiat they arc there for hence if even the referee did not hear much less the players it makes no differ knee. He is presuming that the timekeepers agree on the Point that time wus called before the = disputed goal was made As was clearly the Case Here. Or. Garey Points out that it makes no difference How Long the. Men kept Ori playing after Fiorie was Fie a in the school House on thursday r is to he in connection with the local United Farmers of r. C. Fine Trinity Valier Birds mrs. Hurry Worth of Trinity Valier has reared a Fine Strain of Ruff Birds that carry off the prizes in compete a in with the Best of them. Bocc Nelv at the Penticton slow she w on St and 3rd cock Rel 1 six and 2nd Nullet St pen and specials for 2nd Best pen in Stop any brows to re a Star the winning goal. The hostilities then shifted to the other end of the rink Enderby curlers on 2nd round the second round of schedule games is being played on the.,. In Derby rinks this w cock. On and Horrox had an Opportunity i tuesday cd crying pow Wron from of proving that lie is equal to tie acc ii and Walker from Dill on task of protecting the Arm j wednesday evening Beeves and Strong nets. On one occasion pow Humdy evening Walker Dill and american class. At the Vancouver provincial show out of four Birds mrs. Worth won 1st cockerel Quot against the Best in the province and 3rd Vount. Pen. As the cockerel was born and bred in trim to Valier. Mrs. Worth is of course Miah of a proud of him. British Exchange fell of $3.60 at new York last week and Canadian Money w As quoted at 9 3-8 per cent. When Macleod Vernon Rover onto All had eluded the Home die Csc pc pcs. Pri Jav Dow and wat Horrex w As forced to thrower ont us feb.2 Reeves and himself lace Dov non the ice m order to hat the puck away from Macleod a stick which prevented the goal that would have put the game on ice for Vernon for it w As evident to everybody that the team that broke the tie Keith and Dill and Dow tuesday Walker and Keith and Dill and Reeves. A Bull Sale will be held at one for Luck by a hard shot Kamloops the second week in j from right Wing. The work of a misunderstanding the members of the local. Branch of the g. W. V. A. Regret would he the on to wan a their Fiat through a misunderstand game. With three and a halt eng in the part of one of our minutes to go Hardy sent the combat is it certain citizens of fans wild by breaking away and Enderby w Erc Given to under by a Nice bit of strategy Man stand that our special meeting aged to fool Simms at Point and held on Jan. 21st, w As open to slip the puck past Fulmer with the Public. We appreciate the a Beautiful backhanded shot. Interest slow n in our Organiza Schubert immediately Schubert was one of the out added Tion by the citizens of Enderby and Truse wre shall receive the w Hole hearted support of All. Sec. G. W. V. A

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