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BAIL? EAST OMaOJTlAN, PEOTLETOIT, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 23, 1920.
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Social and Club News
AUK Yl'ED AT MIIJON with piano accompaniment by Mrs.
A charming bride of the fast week) lwtit Wallnce of I'endleton, who also
was tu. Hilda Wee whose nmrriaKe I l,1,-vo'1 bridal chorus from Lehen
lo nalph Saylor. son of Mr. and Mrs, I fin.
J. R saylor, of Kerndale, took llneo
Wednesday evening at the home of the
bride'B parent, Mr. and Mrs. M. H.
Illce of Milton, Kcv. O. D. Harris of
the Christian church rtid the ring ser
vice In the presence of a group of rel
ative and Intimate friend. An abun
dance of foliage and pink roe blooms
were fashioned into a bower, form
ing a changing foil for the bridal
party. 1 Preceding the ceremony Mrs.
O. D. Harris nan. "O, Promise me."
Miss Lena Ueuallen and Miss Leone
Following the ceremony a luncheon
wag served by Mrs. Ueorge Gcrking,
Mrs. Carl Chrlstlau, Mrs. L. L. Ueual
len and Mrs. Fnlry Anderson, who
. . wretched ribbons to form an Ulanche r.erki,,; ,i Iwi. t.llien.
aisle for the hridal party and little Miss
inriln Harris showered rose petals In
their path. Dainty Miss Berneta Bliss
carried the ring In a great white rosse.
The bride was lovely In a gown of
white Duchess satin with trimmings of
chiffon and silver lace, and she wore
a, tulle veil caught to her coiffure by a
wreath of pink rose buds. She carried
shower hoiiquet of brides' roses and
11 O T F S VPSTAIRS S H O
GIVING PENDLETON WOMEN LOWER PRICES
A Great Sale of Georgette Blouses Values Ranging from
$7.95 to $13.50, at $6.95
Most women are acquainted with the character of
blouses this shop carries and the low prices at which we
sell them. Now then ! This special event will interest
Newest blouses of fine georgette in white flesh, ciel
blue, brown, biege, navy, etc., taken from our regular
stock and values that sold up to $13.50.
While they last, $6.95
OVER TAVLOR HOW.
Hot Water Bottles and Fountain Syringes Are
, A number 40 "Wearever" water bottle in the
home has 40 uses which enables you to give - both
HOT and COLD applications of water quickly and
with perfect safety.
Whether frequently used or not, you can always
be sure of its reliability and service.
Number 40 "WEAREVER" water bottle is made
of strong, high-quality rubber moulded in one piece.
The strength of its walls and durability of the rubber
make it long-wearing and satisfactory.
"WEAREVER" water bottles jire guaranteed for
IKONS' DRUG STORE
Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention.
Tho bride and groom have spent
most all their lives in Umatilla coun
ty. Mrs. Saylor Is a graduate of the
MUton high school and Mr. Saylor nf
the high school at Ferndals. After an
extensive wedding trip to Spokane and
coast points the couple will make their
home on the Saylor ranch ten miles
west of Echo.
MACCABEES ENJOY EVENT .
Maccabees and their husband en
joyed a delightful evening Thursday at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. H. A. New-'
ton, a party of sixty arriving with bulg
ing supper baskets for an informal
call. "Spooks" two of them, queer
creatures who seemed to walk back
ward greeted the guests, said In re
gions Inhabited by a myriad of black
cats, was found the charm of great
clusters of ragged, yollow chrysanthe
Several hours of cards were enjoyed
and readings were given by Mrs. Sam
Wright and Mrs. C. H. Conroy, while
songs were enjoyed from a quartet
composed of Mrs. Newton and P. W.
Dayton. The supper filled the final
MRS. FOLSOM IS HONORED
Mrs. J. V. Tallman extended a de
lightful bit of hospitality yesterday
when a group of friends -were asked
In for the pleasure of her mother Mrs.
E. J. Folsom, who has been here from
her home in, California for a summer
The guests, old-time friends of the
honoree spent several informal hours
with needlework, later enjoying
dainty buffet luncheon. They num
bered about twenty-five. -
Mrs. Folsom plans to depart for her
home tomorrow and she Is to be ac
companied as far as Portland y Mrs.
Tallman and Mrs. George Fell who
will remain there for a short visit. .
DELPHIAN CLUB MTSETS.
The Delphian club members and a
number of additional friends shared
the hospitality of Mrs. David Nelson
at her attractive home on Washington
Mrs. R. H. Home gave an interest
ing talk on Italy of Today, and Mrs.
J. T. Lieuallen discussed the Middle
Mrs. Nelson served a dainty lunch
eon at the conclusion of the program.
Guests other than club members who
enjoyed the afternoon were Miss Flor
ence Sweet, Miss Lena Boone, Miss
Maxwell and Miss Edith Daubner.
MISS GALBRAEITH IS BRIDE.
Miss Hazel Galbraeitb yesterday be.
came the bride of Alfred E. Winslow
of Hermiston, the ceremony being per.
formed by Rev. W. H. Cox, pastor of
the Baptist church.
Two friends of the Couple, Mrs
Hutchison, of 614 Cosbie street, and
Mrs. Elizabeth Ingalls witnessed the
The bride was daintily attired In a
gown of flesh pink Georgette crepe
Mr. and Mrs. Vvinslow will be at
home after October 24.
The Coffee of
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In the camp-
the pot of gold at the
end of the long trail
because of its rich; full.
CHASE & SANBORN'S
SEAL BRAND COFFEE
NEW PRICES APPLY ON THIS COFFEE
Gray Bros, (jrocery (Jo.
Desigied for the Carefree Years of from 8 to 14
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These little garments are made with every bit as
much "care aa our "grown up" models, of the very
finest pure .wool materials. We cordially invite the
little miss to call and suggest that she bring mother
along in order that she may make a final selection.
Come soon, because such serviceable and attractive
garments are bound to disappear early. ' .
Priced $15.00 to $32.50
W. C. T. U. WILL MEET.
Men and measures to be voted upon
by local folk November 2 will be dls
Oissed, Tuesday at the W. C. T. U,
members having been asked to meet
in the club room of the library at 2:30
o'clock. The afternoon will also be
marked by a report by Mrs. S. A. Low
ell on the W. C. T. U. foreign home.
LEAVING FOR SALEM.
Mrs. R. I. Keator and Mrs. Charles
Randall of Salem, left today for Mrs.
Randall's home in Salem. Mrs. Ran
dall has been here for the past month,
recuperating from a fall which she
suffered when she first arrived here.
She has been a guest at the Keator
MRS. RICHARDSON VISITS.
Mrs. J. T. Richardson, formerly of
Pendleton, now of La Grande, is a
week-end visitor in the city and a
guest at the home of Mrs. R. D. Sayres.
Mrs. Richardson Is a member of the
Delphian club and attended yester
VISITS AT ROY HOME
Mrs. Paul Humphrey of New York
is visiting at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Marvin Roy, of Pilot Rock. Mrs,
Humphrey was formerly Htelen Lynde
Her husband is in the radio service of
the United States navy.
SPEND DAY IN WALLA WALLA.
Miss Iva Black and Mrs. L. W.
Kingsbury went to WaJIa Walla this
morning on the stage to spend the day
visiting wth friends.
T. P. W. CLUB IS PLANNED.
A week ago the management of
the Peoples Warehouse entertained
the employes of the store with a ban
quet and dance at the Elks club. The
event proved so enjoyable that now
a move has been taken by. ttie half
hundred employes, themselves, tow
ard organization of a permanent so
cial club. Although plans have not
nil been completed, it has been decld
ed that a series of dancing or card af
fairs shall be scheduled for the sea-ion.
3 A. R. LADIES ENTERTAIN.
The Ladies of the G. A. R. entertain
ed with a delightful affair yesterday
ifternoon in the club room of the
county library, several invited guests
ihariiis their hoxpltality. The exhibi
tion of art be!ng mane in the ciuo
room this week afforded an interest
ing feature and a Brab bag provided
unique diversion. Light refresh
ments completed tho afair.
CARD PARTY SCHEDULED. .
An interesting event is scheduled
for Tuesday. October 26. when the
Pendleton Woman's Club will enter
tain with an afternoon of cards. The
affair is to be given in the library club
MAKES HIT IN PARIS
I LEAVE FOR LA GRANDE
Mrs. Lewis Mason Clement of New
: York, and Mrs. Walter J. Davis left
A this morning for La Grande for a short
p ! visit. .:
ft- DRIVE TO WALLA WALLA.
Rl Mrs. Jack Dolph, Mrs. Leslie E.
jj Gibbs and Miss Vera Temple motored
: to Walla Walla today.
CH1CKFOOD HOGFOOD COWFOOD
In any quantify and various makes. Place your
order and you will be satisfied with the product.
mm FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
1300 W. Alta
Phone 101 4, 473, 331
MOTOR TO WALLA WALLA
Mrs. Horace Mann, Mrs. George C.
Baer and Miss Llla Gllfillen motored to
I Walla Walla today.
!hERI2 F1U)U ECHO
I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stanfield are
, Pendleton visitors from Echo today
When Irregular or suppressed nse
Triumph Pills. Safe and always de
pendable. Not sold at drug stores. Do
not experiment with others; aave dis
appointment Write for "Relief and
particulars, it's frte. Atfciwm: Nati
onal Medical Institute, Milwaukee.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
In V 1 Th srUsT, Far yof
WASHINGTON, Oct. 2 J. (A.
P.) Th democratic national
committee had expended $699,-
071 up to October 21,' according
to a report filed with the house
of representatives clerk by
Treasurer Marsh today. Total 4
receipts were 1817.943." This
compare with receipts of t'i,' t
466,01 and expenditures of $2,
741,003 by republican nantlonal
committee as reported yesterday
by Treasurer L'pham.
Cox is listed as a subscriber of
J5000 to the democratic fund,
the largest subscriber being H.
A. Wroe of Austin, Texas, with
$20,000, and the second largest,
Rembrandt Peal, of Carrolton,
Pa., with $10,000.
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"POULAI FOR CWNIft ATIONS"
A Pet paratlotv of
COMPOUND COPAIBA and CUBCKS
AT YOU DHUGCIST
PARIS Even here In Paris of
many theaters nd actresues, the
beautiful young American actress.
Miss Lois Meredith, Is making a
big hit. Sbt l 'starring la a new
production. The picture shows
ber as she was garbed st the
races at Autsull. Miss Meredith
was a close friend of Miss Ollvs
Thorns, ths movie aetren whn
f6'-ntIy-flieJl"j ' p-rT.':. j
wltlr ber "On severtl parties short
Two of the most homelike hotels
n Portland, located In the heart of
the shopping and theater district.
All Oregon Elecric trains stop at
the SEWARD 1IOTFL the House of
C'lircr. Excellent dining room In
connection. THE IIOTH. COIl
XE14US, flic House of Mclc MiU'. is
only two short blocks from the Se
ward. Our brown busses meet all
trains. 1'mUh f LM and up. .
W ,C. Cf WUSIITSOX, Prop.
PORTLAND. Oct2 (A. P.) The
State Farm Dureau was organized
here today by agents from ' nine
counties. George A. Mansfield, of
JTuckion county, is temporary chair
man. An election will be held thl
' lHMMtt:iS OF WOMK.V.
nowadays are entering the profession
of business world and so to work da
After day In bad health, afflicted wit
some female uilment, dragging on
foot wearily after the other, workln
with an eye on the clock, and wlshln
for closing time to come.
Women In this condition shoul
tbke Lydla E. Ilnkhama Vegetabl
Compound, made from roots an
herbs. It has brought health an
happiness to more women In Amerlc
than any other rcmedj. Give It
Cabaret Dancing Every Evening- at the
Basement St. George Hotel
Come and dance to your heart's content
amid the most favorable surroundings.
Th HtKHtT flh tt Mff from tk
floor, Lke lAia -fsffftvi if mpm st
rwsism mf sfr. rnb" M
Miss Edna Gates
and pupil of the eminent
of New York
Announces the opening of
her studio at 130 S. Main.
Lessons by appointment
The perennial beauty of a valuable rus is fhe reward of
frrquent and thorough cleaning. Such cleaning is easy
to perform with. The Hoover, because it beats ... si it
sweeps as it suction cleans. All injurious embedded grit
is fluttered out by gentle beating.' ' All stubborn litter k
detached by swift sweeping. All loose dirt is withdrawn
by strong suction. .. Only The Hoover combines these
three essential operations. - And it is the largest-selling
electric-cleaner in the world.' ' . ; , " , '
You may have a Hoover placed permanently in your
home for a nominal turn, and its purchase arranged on
convenient terms. You may also have it demonstrated
for you any time, either in your home or in our store.
May We Demonstrate..
as It Cleans
as U Sweeps
Crawford Furniture Company -
ly before the death nf ifc-
108 Vj. Court st, rhone i99
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