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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1920.
Social and Club News
KIRTKIt IR nOKORBDt, i
In the nnmml Mrlirtiin by Orfuon (
Agricultural Qpltfti Ktudpnt of ihf J
MMM popular tii on ihr campus, tho
honor MM "td thi vmr MtM Al
inn Sflnrpf, Vtw Nchnipf. rt tdnt
nt th coIIckc. Ih n Mirtfr of L. C,
K harpf OAMMif of I he Aniciicin Nu
tional Bank of r?ndleton.
MISS RATMONO CHAIRMAN.
Mi Helen lta mond MM rtn
nnnwl n rhflinn.-m of the committee
of Pendleton mrls which will hn ve
hnrire of the Mother and I daughter
dinner to ho piven early in May. Th
event is plan nod in honor Of all Pen
dleton toothers, daughters of the
' teen' aire nnd over Hhaiint In ex
lenditiK the ompliment.
A meetinic was held in the club
room of the- library last evening: and
plans were launched for the dinner.
ROYAL HStQHBCM to mkrt
Itoval NVierhhor of America are to
meet at 8 o'clock this evening in Moose
hall. it is the reg-ular fortnightly
business session date, meetings of the
lodge being- held on the first and third
Thursdays in the month.
LA DIES AID t:.TKUTAixi:n
M i' Clg rence Pen land. Mrs. James
W. Maloney, Mrs. Pnink Have. Mm.
FU Chart) Maybprry. Mrs, g, R, Thomp
son. Mrs. K. EX. Hu den, Mrs. Hugh
Pell. Mis. Hensler and Mrs. It. H.
Home dispensiM dellffhlfiit hospitality
WNii't-ilay when they were hostesen
for a meeting of the luidiejt Aid So
ciety of the Presbyterian Church.
Da. ffodils decked t he reception room
where about 60 ladies gathered, most
of t hem bringing needlework for the
afternoon. After a business session
a social hour was enjoyed and a
gt oup of vocal solos was contributed
by Mis.-! Helen liaymond. An attrac-
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FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
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Values up to $37.50
Colors Tan, Pekin, Brown, Navy, Etc.
Quality considered our prices are always lowest.
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70 Percent Cane and 30 Percent Maple.
Quart can 75c
1-2 Gallon can 1.45
1 Gallon can $2.85
Quart can 55c
1-2 Gallon can $1.00
1 Gallon can S2.00
5 Pounds 85c
10 Pounds $1.60
Tea Garden, 1 Pound Glass.
Strawberry, Blackberry, Raspberry, Lo
ganberry, Quince, Peach, Apricot, Damson
Plum, Fig, Pineapple, Orange, Lemon, Mar
malade. Your choice
Tiiiiiitiiitiiiiiitiiiiii tittiitiiiiiiffiiiii if iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitnif itiiiiiiiiiitiiiitiiiniitii
Mcpherson circle to meet.
! A social session is being: planned by
McPherson circle No. 33, Ladles of the
I G. A. R., for tomorrow- afternoon in
Moose hall. The affair is scheduled
; for 2:30 o'clock and each member is
privileged to ask friends. A srab
bmm is to be a feature of th enter
UR& MTNGKR IS VISITOR.
Mrs. George Ming-ei. formerly
this city, now a resident of Canada,
a Pendleton visitor.
RETT'RN FROM PORTLAND
Miss Florence Forshaw and MM
Jessie Forshaw arrived home this
morning- from Portland where they
have spnt the past week.
tiv lea table centered by a, cluster off
the yellow blouse nm wan presided
over by Mm. William Itlaklev uml Mrs. ,
Laura i KMH.
DELPHIAN (M.I'H To MICKT
Delphian club members will meet
I tomorrow afternoon at the hmie of
' Mrs. Will MeCormmach, ftS North
j Main street. The affair Is scheduled
for 1' i 30 o'clock.
card party is spccess
Cards between the hours of $ and 10
nnd dancing from 10 until U featured
an affair given last evening us one of
a series sponsored by members of the
Ladles' Guild of St. Mary s Catholic
Church as a benefit to the Guild fund.
The Knights of Columbus hall, where
I the guests were entertained, presented
, a pretty scene beneath a canopy of
; green and gold streamers and a profu
sion of potted plants further develop
ed the dual color motif.
Mm. Ma nra re t Joe rjre r, Mrs. Victor
iStroble, Mrs. John Luck and Mrs.
Sa ni Nelson corn posed t he com m 1 1 -tee
In charge and they were assisted
by a group of matrons and maids in
j serving- a dainty supper. They includ-
ed Mls Uura Cahill, Miss Michaels,
I Miss Evelyn Sommervllle, Miss Stella
I Dhoden, Miss Verne Minal. Miss Brid
' K"ct MvDevott, Miss Mamie Vey, Mrs.
.eorge Clat ke. Mrs. Walter Wagner,
I Mlm Ida Walters. Mrs. Herliek and
Miss Catherine Campbfll.
The event marked the first such oc-
cassion upon which the committer has
served and the affair proved delight
fully successful both from the stand
point of pleasure am! of profit, $ 1 1 r
being added to the Guild fund.
MRS. BUTTHJRriElLD TO ARRIVE
M rs. Harry Putter field is expected
to arrive today from Yakima to he the
guest of her cousin, Miss c..iyiell
Huldwin, and of Pendleton friends.
M is. Huttei -field was formerly Miss
MRS. MILLER LEVES.
Mrs. E. Miller, who has been in
PandlotOll as the guest of her sister.
M rs. J. N. Hurpess. departed today
for her home in Lo4 Angeles. Califor-nla.
ANNIVERSARY IS HONORED
The echo of wedding bells Of Mr.
and Mrs. M. A. Ferguson, was a pleas
ant surprise to them at 8:30 o'clock
last evening when Mr. ahd Mrs. Char
ley Conroy invited in friends of the
couple to remind them of their recent
anniversary. The rooms were charm
ing in their decorations suggestive of
spring and while the wedding march
was played members of the "bridal
party" were lead to an arch-way by
Master Freman Allen, bearing the
golden circlet on a snowy white satin
pillow. Here they were met by the
minister. J. W, McGee, who ask el the
"bride" and '"groom" to plight their
The "bride" appeared again in her
wedding gown tind veil and was given
an arm bouquet of American beauty
roses. After congratulations were giv
en, cards were enjoyed, followed by
a delicious supper, the wedding cake
being cut and served by the bride.
Mrs. Ferguson spent her childhood
days here and Mr. Ferguson, an em
ploye of the O.-W. R. & N. Co., is also
, .. pioneer Pendletonian.
rub the forehead
and temples with
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THl'RSDAY CIt'B KNTKRTAINED
Mrs. Oilbert . Phelps and Mrs.
Frank 17. Boyden are hostesses this
afternoon for a meeting of the Thurs
day afternoon club, their guests being
welcomed in the club room of the
library where a program devoted to
music is being enjoyed. The follow
ing numbers have been arranged:
Roll Call Quotations "-n Music.
Trio, ( piano, 'cello, violin M rs.
W. C. B. Prtlltt, Miss Harriet Young
and Miss; Ciaynell Baldwin.
Vocal Polo Mrs. Harold Warner.
Violin So I o II 1M Alberta Mr
Monies. "Music in the Heho Is" Mrs. A. J,
"On With American Music." Mrs.
B. T. Wade.
Piano Holo Miss Lois Gornall.
Spring flowers have been used to
deck the club room and a tea hour
will follow the program. Owing to
lateness in arranging the meeting ad
ditional guests were not bidden, the
affair being shared only by club mem
lers and those who are assisting with
Remarkable Reductions on Our High Class Garments.
Particularly interesting to the economically in
clined are the Hand Tailored Tricotine, Serge
and Poirct Twill
SUITS AT $49,50
Formerly up to $75.00
Suit dial strike a note of it.-, iiliil in.IUi.liml.lv rxprosilitK
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miiiK Of iiraiiii'4.v simple tailtrNl Inn-.. All hIkcm lip in 55.
Other Suits at $35.00, $65.00 and $75.00
COATS AT $35.00
rasliliiniHl In rli-h loxoriona (abrliw whosi- wptvc anil fine
li'xtiin- Liimblnc. U Blvr rwlllini'y ami sun- sorvlii-, paliistaaliiK
ly talluinl Willi a rim-m ss anil C0HMI unsuraKs1. Many
'till silk ih.. .1.
See Our Taffeta Dresses, Sport Skirts, Sweaters and New
latest attraction la said to provide
lintUUal entertainment of the kind
that 1 1 nger and at t h e arn e time
supplying a much needed novelty in
t he way of modern theatricals. The
offering in replete with numerous
unique features vaudeville specialties
urprleew, llltinf. Jingling, and catchy
melodies, pert and snappy comedy and
besides embraces a large caM of thirty
dd pekple who have been engaged
for their especial talents and experi
ence. Of conr.se, "Mother" and the
other favorite character will be t n
hand to enliven the proceedings.
Tof Are PoHtpotiel.
The drawbar tests by Professor W.
J. Oilmore, of O. A. C, and Fred
Hennion, county awrlculture agent,
have been postponed until next week
because of the wet weather. Tents were
made yesterday and announcements of
results will be made later-
BUMPER CROP OUTLOOK
DRAMATIC CLUB SCORES
HIT WITH FINAL FARCE
PLAY AT HIGH SCHOOL
WE ARE ARRANGING A TOUR OF
UMATILLA COUNTY TO THE
Battlefield- of France and Belgium.
The trip will include England, Holland, Belgium
France and Italy. Also arrangements made in
cluding Norway, Sweden and Denmark.
Full particulars from
220 E. Court St Phone 475
T Crmtn T n-ato,
You can raise these and dozens
of other delicious vegetables,
right in your own yard. Plant
good seedsl Morse's Grand
Prize seeds are always depend
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J cost of living. Most Morse
seeds are only
Five cents a packet at grocers,
flor.Y', drug and hardware
tores, etc., everywhere.
C C MORSE 6c CO.
Oe. razor, at WtrU't 1jm W farm
125 Marint Sr. Sn Fraacuco
The l.Mflt appearance of Pendleton
hifth school'! dramatic club was made
today nt the uembly period In the
presentation of another clever farce
comedy. Clever acting and the fre
quent references to member of the
student body made the play the scream
it was. No seenery was used, the en
tire action taking place in front of th
Caroline Sehneiter, as "the would
be nc tori no" made a distinct hit with
her cleverely overdrawn depiction of a
ntmgm struck tfb'l. Ruth Keen, "who
had m.tt rimonial intentions," also re
cefved her share of the laughs. Mar-
Jfrie lloyle, Mnrtha Kayer and Martha
I H.ac'ie put their lines over like rejr-
j ular actreiwe.
I.efore the nlny, Itarbara Kd rounds.
! and Marie Temple, trwo freshmen
miJOfeM, rendered a pretty piano duct
and Run Ice Fowler sang "Sunshine of
! Your Smile."
IN SOCIETY' COMING
A nw Otin Hill troduetirn im nl-
Han a welcome adjunct to the cnn
M'f-rn of ihe ptillir'. Thla neamnn Mr.
' mil will prenent an entirely new ver
j Hlrin nt 'Drlnirlim I'p Father" aerleri
hlrh will be on nl OTefrnn The.ilre
' April IS.
I II Ih In three art ami entiled "tiring
j Ing t'p Father In JoHet'" and aa nnl-
i enwlly hii"wn l-i haeed on the popu
lar cartoons of Cieorge McMauus. Th
I-'ri.Hi Oreonlan Special.)
UMAPINB, April 15. The recent
heavy rainM in this viiclnlty ore cuus-
ing the alfalfa and wheat farmers to j
rejoice. Alfalfa crops are promising!
hlg returns this year while the wheat
sown this spring has already sprouted
and In some cases is above the ground.
Those who intend seeding have a
splendid seed bed ami if a normal year
comes the crops in this vicinity will
While coming from Umapine after
the heavy rain of Friday night, Kdgar
Holm, Umapine postnioster, collided
with the car of Mr. Galnor, Freewnter
garage man. Mr. Holms I'ranKlm
car was badly smashed, while the
Oakland, driven by Mr. Oulnor had
merely the fenders broken.
Will Ward, while coming home from
reewater. Thursday night in his car
during the rain, skidded off the bank
by Tash's but luckily kept right side
up. No damage was done.
Mrs. Ida Nellis, of lllendive, Mon.
Uina, la visiting her relatives, the
Records, in this community this week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Weathers mov
ed this week to their new home at
The dance given by Tom Fehrnbach
cr In the hall on Saturday night was
well attended and a good time en
loved bv all present.
Mrs. Hamer of Milton Is visiting
this week with Mrs, Dan J. Kirk.
Miss Ilella I'hillppi lias returned
home after a visit with relatives In
On Thursday aflcrn .on Mrs. .T. K.
loni.ss assisted by Mrs. Ralph MeKle,
entertained the Ladles' Aid of the
Presbyterian church at a tea. Twen
ty-five ladies were present ami among
ih.ix wfre Mrs. Nettle vveuman
Mrs. fione Ivihadie of Walla Walla
im Tuesday evening Mr. am
It K. Bean entertained nt a dinner the
i. Mowing guests, Mr. nnd Mrs. Dan J.
i; rk Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Retter, Mrs.
Helen Heverance, Mrs. l.inune uanscii.
and Miss Kliznbeth Severance,
im- the evening miction bridge
p'cyed nnd Miss Severance nnd D. J.
Kirk were prize winners.
Mrs. IJoyd Oentry has purchased
the Jena Therkildsen home for 10nn.
she espe'-ts to take possession In the
near future. The house Is located in
A A. itlxbv. n fnrmer of the I'ma-
pine country Is Improving his herd of
.len-cys every year. This spring .Mr.
Itlxby purchased from the J. K
Iii'kMin herd In the Willamette valley.
a fine voting Jersey bull. The bull Is
from ilolden (Jlow'a Chief stock on
(Me sire's side nnd Its dam, t.ulu of
Asnburn 4th. has a rernrd of 40O.7S
pounds of fat as a Junior two-yenr-old.
Some snenli thief last week stole a
doeen fine white leghorn hens from
line Ran ranch. Others of this com
munity -vruld find It raid to lock up
their chicken houses At nibt.
Of course you need a
It's just a question of finding a place where you
won't be hustled into buying one that doesn't fit
You are welcome to try out the
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