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DAILY EAST OftEQOHIAW, PENDLETON. OBEQON, SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 2, 1820. '
PAGE THIS THEN
NETTIE BELLE'S SNOW' ' PARTY
JOHN AND SLED CO.
Ill m. k I 1' V ... I W 111 VT- ' VX. -A 7 Ill-;- ' 1 lb M-i . t.'
i rr &ry
J- the children In Nettt Balls'
jMdanolng class war looking for
r ward to Saturday afternoon, for
r aamat wua tn day t for, what
promlad to 1).' a Vry 1 novel paty.
r atno th Running Invitation had
rlvd, xcltment bad run high, and
,anjr war th guesses mad a to
fct tha earty would b Ilk. Th In-
bad com In a box and
trprlslng In Itself for In
aaually travel In envelope,
but lnald tba Boa ley th
nirprla or all, Aug within
J )ln rwin ij is lira eottow
. U.1. flacked an the outside with altvary
bel. and attached to- th ball waa a
' bird bearing tbeaa worda: .. - ' '
I am giving a Snow Party next r
j' Saturday afternoon and want yon '
"to join In th winter frolics. Fol-
low th Snow Ball to the If
i palace or Nettle Bell Brown.
; til Reed street. , - '
Now everybody knew that Nettle
Bell did njil live In an Ira palace, god
what waa mora not a flak of tcr
had fallen for days. How cowtd
Nattl Bella civ anow party with
at anowT That la what the twelve
Children, to whom the anow balla bad
been aent, aaked themaelve and each
'Saturday afternoon cam at laat-r-siear
and cold and aunny and th
sagcr guest assembled early In th
bam of Nattl Belle. Know abounded
verywhera, ' Cotton tuft covored the .
and aurprla hajj subsided, KttJo Bell
aaked them M take chairs beside the
lone; nnrsery table which stood at one
and of th room. Than ho gar earn
on a. piece of atlff black paper (five
Inchea equare) several email atrip of
black, paper, a little roll of eoft cot
ton, and a email dlah of pant. "
fW'v been -looking for anow all
winter." aha aald, "and n-na ha come.
o we'll Jut have to uae auhatltut
anow inatea', Now. I want to aec
what rood anow sculptor you are.
and I want yon eaott to make a anow
mno Out of tb inaterlala I have (Iven
yon. In, fifteen mlnutae Mother- will
ring a bell and Ihen you must atop
work.. Now, let', ae who can stake
the hew muni"
, And, then the children Ht ro work
or rather to play for auch fun they
never had. . It looked . eaay- to paate
the while cotton onto the black paper,
but the tajik was not a eey I'
looked, However, when the belt flail
ed a halt In the work soan vary rlevao
enow men had been treated. Bomr
had black paper eyee and aoma had
no eyes at Alt On wore a tan black
hat. One man had a pipe, and one
bora a fluffy black broom, Thoy. were
all so. well done that, blather, who waa
acting as Judge, had trouble In derid
ing which waa. the beet of all. Finally
aha asked th children to.voto.and
th pris went to the maker of m very
roily polly looking little man with
funny blark eyes shaded by a 'Charlie.
Chaplin hat. whose feel wra eocaae
"Snowanaa" r i
Then Mother explained what waa to
oe done, "Wrb the - line of
versa." he said. -'and It murt end a-lth
the word on the line. Then write
enonrt Mtio rhyme to It.. After 1hnt
foldi yiur paper over o the 'Wo Mne
vow hnve written, will he hlilib-n isnd
then pass vur pener on to your nelrh-
hor..no this until ll th lihea bave
lin (llJed m.-.- ,1
rmiaren were amateur' ntm
maKsrs enit manv were the sicks ami
gtaales and rronns and shoat ha-
we. mu nii. ,ne rpvmes were b n. . .
rompo-ed, .. When th lust tin. .h.rf ! Courin MbeU said little 1 ea
been (lllfff la, Mother coitened all, th ' i call do a trick or twj
papers and tbn redistributed them My Del one J will ihow to' you,
and told 'h illdren to rad.th . -r- .. i: L..J "
verses aloud. There .ere .nme tec V I .:.."- -?"
funny ones you may be eurw for no. i ' J 1 1
rnno knew what kind of, i-rfre -had I t , ,
prtreded his own two tines, and . the I The, table
i . . - .
be covered with
"omhlnatlbn of thoitehts relaWIn ito frosfy Irhliigjs-frosterf takes, white
winter sports war often rldlruloue ro lrsatt.. -HnsOl- Whs" hanging--from
wnen the lautrhter end fun. the rh.indeller. and the favors were
ifd by the rendtna- of the verw Jail- representative' -of - ome winter
occasioned by the rendtna- of the verw jail- twprpsentai
had died down. Mothe- called - the 'sport. By -the rime a children were
guest Into the. dining room wker.n- jraud to go home they found It baM
other twrprlsd bwalred ihem. )n . f ta believe .that .they hai., not really
, In th center of the tahle mlnmt, m h.pn. Alnviiir In the 4nnw u
big "snow man " hnlrt'nif under tii. arm ' tire of the: oiti-door had J ha oarty I as John dasheJ Into the school yard.
a larar white baa and -from she haa been. sno thev were oof a little stir- j breathless from his long coast down
to entt child's plat, on which stood I prlwd lo-stcp from the "anosvy" house I 'he village hill, "guess what Mls Kll.i
iime ire cre"m snow, man,ean a tout Into the clear-dry streets. But i told me?. We're going to hav a
n rive in otrr room ana everybody is
OHN DAVIS wanted very murk
to earn money for thrift stamp
ao ha could buy them at achool
Just aa th other boy and girls
in hia room did. You ae. hie waa the
banner room In the school and very
body know that to b the banner
room each boy and each girl has to
work and work hard.. Of couraJ John
had bought some stamp, for one In
while his mother gave him a pit of
money and he aaved and saved and
hen. when He had twenty-nv centj.
he bought a stamp and' that waa
proud moment for him jfou may ba
sure. ' -
But lie couldn't buy' enough wltfi
money that was given him only on
rare occasions. He wanted an allow
ance Ilka the other boya had so he too
could report what he had done with
out and h too .could bm a' good pa
triot and buy with money that he
saved Instead of wasted. But his moth
er didn't believe In allowances forj boys
and there seemed no ctber way to get
caah. ' " ' ''
When ho was given a beautiful new
sled on his birthday, the early part of
February, he 'was so happy he almost
forgot abejt thrift stamps that Is. he
forgot about the stamps till he got to
school and beard about tho new
'Oh. John.' shouted his Cham Ned.
didn't feel happy for h knew ther
waa very little chance for him to buy
two stamps that month and then he
would spoil the record of their room.
He didn't say much about It that day,
but when achool waa over ha took his
sled and started oft home, all alone.
When he got outtnear the edge of the
village, he passed Mrs. Barnes, s
neighbor, who waa loaded down with
a heavy bundle of groceries. .
"It's a pity your sled hasn't aides.
John," aba said pleasantly aa be
passed her. "If It 'bad. I'd get you
to haul my grocerlea for me. You
know they won't deliver in winter, but
heavy package are l rally too much
"Can't you- put them- oa- th sled
nnnon, WH.il the a'reiil ivh - ciMd . . thev. Ihm iluiui h.
artwen each child pulled 'he rlbboa anjjwea-her? Nettle .. Belle had- given
out of the bag came card bnnrd.hstls them a taste of wirier ven though
filled - with white peppermint balls. s.nw- tin. -. ,,- ,
to buy two. stamp tbi monthMure
and aa many more as they can!" -'
John didn't look happy and 'he
vfr A Painter Who Loved Dogs
la Tbe Center Of Tha labia Stood A Kit;
wall and dotted the furniture. Large
heet bad been spread over th floor,
and la one corner of tb playroom had
besn erected a, saow fort made of
ttreens and chairs covered with cotton
ksspeeked sheeting. Nettle Bell ap
peared llktse veritable snow elf In her
Mt part frock which looked aa
though a ahower of cotton and tinsel
bad descended upon It. After the
children's exclamation of admiration
in large blaek ahoes and who brandished-
a terrifying stick. The prise
was a very pretty edition of "Th
Snow Quean." ...
For tbe next gam th children sat
In a- elrelo on th Aoo. and to eoeb
waa given m white pencil en which had
been pasted silver tinsel- Nettle Belle
called them Icicles and a sheet of
3 a little t y Edwin luleer
.vas very fortunate in naving a
father who wt.i Interacted lfc
his son's art career. This lino
sod-wise father waa an engraver. apd
te encouraged th boy to express his
encM with bis rush and peaclL. 1.1k
nany art 1st a th boy lndseeriwas not
oanch'Of student..', indeed, th com
plaint against blm was that the waa
Iwaya running away from hia tea Ch
ens and atways drawing." Bv.1 hia
dnawlngS" were- not. i merely o boyish
scribbles, they wer worth while4 at
tempts wad .many, of rhem are today
preserved t in the South Kensington
Museum at London. Many of those
early sketahes were- made when the
boy waa but alx or aeven years ,old.
and when he waa eleven b twas
awarded a prise of a silver palette by
the Society o( Arts for tbe best draw
ings of animals. . . . . ,
His great love of animal found ex-,
pre.wlon In his paintings of these dumb
- a pn. Uirougb. aia appealing pic-I he hoped io achieve. Landseer would
lurex of dogs.. It has been said that I put the blank euvrj on the easel te-
unrhted air animal ltn an ore ilm and1 rhen before he touchei
paper, on the right nana ena or earn
line were wrrttenthe worda, la the ( friends.' and most of hi popularity
La a (Utter DM
artist's eye. but the dog he painted as
a mend. When he waa thirteen years
old he exhibited two pictures at the
Koyal Academy, and the next year
be entered tbe art achool. . Ao ear'y as
the rules of th Academy w uld allow
be was made an associate of toe Royal
Academy and- bis picture were bought
as quickly aa -.could paint them.
It Is told of the painter .that be worked
with remarkable ewiftaeas. Some of
hie most Important work are said to'
have been done In a few boars, ' tine
day when tb eubjectkef his raple trerk
was under diseusalon a--young lady
remarked that at least h could do
but one. picture at a Jim. , Where
upon he painter, took a pencil tn each
hand and with one drew a stag, and
with the other at the same time he
drew a horse. But though he did the
actual work In short time he. spont
many hour eft."'-., nv.,. which
Brush tia-wtzii plan exactly what
he wanted to paint and Just how be
wanted the finished painting to look.
Th atop is told that ore of hi
friends A ways entered Landseer'a
studio with the remark; "Keep your
dogs on? Oie.'t referring to the many
paJatingwwhteh-were scattered about, i
The painter bad a very loveabie dts- '
yuauiun wua ne rouuie many friends.
Queen Victoria, and her husband were
two of his greatest admirers) iad It
Is told ..iat they woald each- order h.m.
In secret. Io paint pictures than hey I
might present them ae , gifts to eack
other. .-it . -.,
When h was.forty-elght rear old
this gifted wan. was knighted and lu'er
he was elected prusitlent -of the Rcval
Academy. Irls fame was won through I
his palntingweT animals and his beam
tlful studies of the dogs which be
loved s wll. v
y . 'i-. k-T
keepers fa this neighborhood would be
glad to pay you If you could take aur
rder a rtU go to school and bring
tha groceries when you come back.
You might work up quit a business."
John thanked her for th money
and the 'Idea and then he dashed home
to hunt up a box and rop to faafea
the box to hia sled. The very next
morning he stopped at .Mrs. Batgea
and got an order and she sent htm, to
her next fionf n4ghba ther he got
another order; Arid when ha brought
the groceries baoai at noon he had
two nickels to add to his collection
my how rich he dlj feel! j,
, .Business flourished all winter aad
V.ohn found. .that he could buy mora
thrift stamps than any other boy In
hia room. And he crned his toorr
that was the best part of It! He col.a
bigger box. fas ened It sereri-ly to t(e
led and palnte.t the slle! "John aad '
SJed Co." The boys la.tghed it him
and asked him what he mcnnt.to do
whn the snow was gon. si
John replied; "rm rv, .o rr i'
a wagon wltn yoort s-.-.i sitjes a'hd
r'm trofng -rVmr- tr'fnM The am
John anrf"!Wit'ya.. r,ea I begsa
with a sled and I'm net Mnit bacax
on my first friend:" M -
John Took Bis Sled And 'Urte' Bona,
anyway?" asked John politely. "I'll
hold my .hand on 'em ao they won"
Mrs. Barnes laid llown the hparr
handles, watched while John bair.n rd
'hem well and then the two walked
on together, John all the while keep
ing h's hand on the topmost parcel.
rWell. that surely was a help." said
'h Rood lady when her dooralep was
reached, fand here's a nickel maybe
you ran use it: ,
"Ose It?" exclaimed John. "I'll save
It for a thrift stsmp!"
"That sor asked Mrs. Barnes and
she wa Interested at once. i "If that's
whl-you wsrnt -money foe.' Job m why
don't you fix "a box on your sled ao you
r-Vhiu! bnr-dias. Mmt of the hotfRe-
jixi.y cooi.ii:s fc
' Take SO ewuire. , mi erwlief. a
box of niur.nm;iwft': a4 a g-as rf
jelly. - '' '
Lay IS of the cracker us shallow
cookie pan. "
Drop one spoonful of Jell on each
Lay the second IS crackers en top
of tbe Jelly covered crackers, being
sure that the corners match neatly.
Set a marshmallow on th top of
each cracker top.. "
. o,'v vavit;
Put the pan In a moderate oven and
hnke till marshmallow ark a dainty
brown color. - ' i"
Removefrom llij pin and Vat at
These are flne to make In a harry
when company come and -yon' have
no cake or when you are very hungry
and the cookie Jar IS empty. :
HENRY TAYLOR BURIED
. AT ECHO WEDNESDAY
(East, Oregonlan finocbil.) - ''
ECHO, Oct. i. On Sept. ao, the re-
The Farmers and
Toil will like bur hanking force.
WAIXA WALLA, WASH.
mains f the Into Heary Taylor wer
laid to neat In the I. O. O. F. cemetery.
Mr. Taylor passed away at the home
of hi daughter In - Long Beach, Cal.
He wns for many years a resident of
EcHo and conducted the dray bualneaa
here. - '
Jerry Boeland who has been work
ing on the highway near Blgga return
ed to his home here Thursday.
A meeting of the Ladies Aid was
held Wednesday afternoon at , the
home of Mrs. T. M. Johnson. Their
annual election resulted tn. tt roliow
Ing officers being chosen; n
President, Mrs. U Hondley.
Vive-President. Mrs. r. P. Bowman.
Treasurer, Mrs. Geo. Mltcnell.-
- Secretary, Mrs. A! Malcolm.
V' A largo and interented 'crowd was
Clifford lOsaelstyn of Lexington was
here for a short visit Sunday. . .
Mrs. B. J. plnkorton who has been
vlsltlnr relatives on Butter Creek and
In Echo for tho past ten days, returned
to Pendleton on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wlglesworth were
visitors In Bcho Thursday, from their
home on Llttla Butter Crawl. .
'tin T Savelv and Mrs. Blestand
Moore, of Butter Creek, were boalne"
visitors here Thursday.
It is learned that Echo 1 to have
. new s ore In the near future. It
tl Pleasure that w. greet any pro-
SERVICE FREE SERVICE FREE
LISTEN . FELLOW CITIZENS
Let This Station
Be Yotir Service 1 Station
' ; WE SELL
. i' " GOODYEAR TIRES DIAMOND
NONE BETTER .
FULL OF LIFE
Monogram, Havoline, ValyoH Jjlgjjg
(Spence) Bentley Co., Inc.
Phone 755 ' Opposite P. 0.
gresa In our little city.. -.
- Mrs. W. W. Esselstyn was a business
visitor to Pendleton on Thursday.
Miss Katherins Wolf, daughter of
Rev. Wolf, of the M. E. Church, left
on Friday - for . Vancouver.t Wash.,
where she -will begin -bar duties soon
as teacher in that high school,. .t- t -
Ed Neill left a few. days ago for
Idaho where he haa a band of sheep
that he will bring home soon, ,
Nell Bleakney, a young farmer on
the meadows, was in Echo Tuesday on
business. . . . -
Jess Mathes Is at Elk Creek, Idaho,
on a business trip.
Oeo. Mitchell and family have mov
ed In the Henry Dorn residence near
the achool house. . u . ' t,
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Whltworth are
moving into the house Just vacated by
Geo. Mitchell. The Whitwortha
cently purchased the property.
Work, which has. been suspended
for. many weeks on the . new.- bank
building, has been . resumed. . When
completed, the building will be a credit
to th city, i :i .... . . -,r- ;.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Phillips. of Xew-
berg. Ore., are. here visiting at the
home of J. Frank Spinning. -:
Alfred Retlilefsin of Portland, also
visited at the Spinning home. .v ,
J. P. Rethlefsln of Kcbo, is visiting
at the home of Gaylord Madison1 on
i Miss Clytle Hale a member of the
telephone force, was in Pendleton
repaired by F. it. 'Whitely." ' " station here, the largest in the world.
Jim tuesnot of the Adams chop a officially dedicated yesterday in
mill, has been working two crews of
men, running day and night
Some plans for tho new church are
now being drawn by an architect and
will be presented to the people in the
The time for the. evening church
services has been changed to 7:0 and
next Sunday evening there will be a
Don't forget the Sunday school at 10
o'clock. We are climbing near the
100 mark. A Rally Day - program is
now belnsr prepared and will be given
Sunday, October 10. 0
BIGGEST WIRELESS IN
. WORLD IS DEDICATED
the presence of an Invited company.
including Ellis Losing Dresel. U. S.
commissioner to Berlin. Other mem
bers of the American mission also were
President Ebert, iwho spoke at the
function after congratulating the Ger
man makers of the plant on their skill
and Ingenuity, sent broadcast a mes
sage opening the new service. '
The towers and antennae which
serves America, Just completed, nave
a sepding radium of 12,000 miles and
a capacity of 75 words a minute.
The foregoing message was sent
from Nauen direct by the new wireless
system. - -
- I i ii'
XATJEN1, Cerma-tiy, Oot. 2. (A.
P.) The completed wireless sending mandeered hotels to their owners
ROME. Oct 2. (V. P.) Italy will
declare the war at an end October 31.
Lthe cabinet announced today. All war
measures possible will be revoked
then, it was announced, and the war
ministry will be reduced. The latter
move will restore a number of cora-
FRES.VO, Cat, Oct. 2. (A. P.)
Automobile racing enthusiasts .'rom all
parts of California are gathered here
to witness the 200-mile race today that
will christen Fresan-'s new mile motor
speedway. Nine America's fores,,
most race drivers will start for a bursa
of 15,000. " - - !
Uged for 70 Years
1 ill u iia tuc vjtaiKuiwuH a
youthful appearance 1
femamed unui youth ha
become- but a memory.
The soft, refined, pearly
wbit appearance it jLr
renders leaves the joy -
FARMERS ARE KILLING
(Rnst Oregonian Special.).
ADAMS. Oct. i, Mr. and Mrsi Wil
son of La Qrande are visiting at the
home of their daughter. Prof, and
Mrs. Graloff at Adams.
Mrs. Ella Mltls returned to her
horn in Richfield, Idaho after visit
ing tor tha past month with her sister.
Mrs. O. O. Kicardson.
The farmers are all busy working
their ground with their harrows and
weed cutters to kill the weeds so as to
be ready for fall sowing.
Ed Wallen ia having his lumber
hauled which was shipped in from the
Pendleton Lumber Co.. ready to start
building his .new house.
Jim Chesnut, who has been sick for
some time, is greatly improved and is
able to walk some now. -
I I- Rogers of Pendleton motored
to Adams today. .
Mrs. Charley Bunch and children
left for Portland to visit relatives and
John Hales and Sullivan Relmer and
Allen Simpson , motored to Adams
Wednesday. j .
) Koll Morrison, . Pendleton high
school yelt leader, and Frank ie Dames
motored to Adams Wednesday, ,
i , Alex McKensie is confined to his
home with a bad cold .
i, Miss Bertha McFarland returned to
her horAe In Adams attar a visit with
trienda in Athena. .
Mr. and Mrs. Kembler of Pendleton'
are the guests of Mrs. Kembler of Ad
ams for th week-end.
J. T. UouaJUn la having hi tone
We have had the1 good fortune to secure the services of
E. T. Walker
1 1 -
. Formerly, shop-foreman for the Oregon Mo ton Gariigib.
Mr. Walker has had years of experience, and . as most " of you
know, is thoroughly familiar with all Standard makes of :cars.
He will have full charge of our repair department, and every job
will have his personal supervisionand will be thoroughly tested by
him before lea-ring our shop.
If you want your car to run at its best, let us do your repair
work. ' ' '
McLEAN & SNAYELY
' ' I "QUALITY CAKS"
616 Garden St