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DAILY EAST OliJiaOOTAN, FENDLETOS,. OHEGOr?, ', SATURDAY EVTONq,:' OCT0SE& SO, 1 02 0. J
Social and Club News
VnTLVl HOSTESS ENTERTAINS the service beinK performed at the i host, la'lht fnrVdmioii.. party at
Choms Knlor. witches, Co n, and TVT) T . 10:3 o'clock the Km, ch,b. r.ol.lon iJLfk-c m-
luiiieti, nau una k"i. '" .n,-,,., i-; v. (il mra Olllclatltls;.
pettier last evening an guests of little -Miss Vcva Cook and Harvey Hon
Mltw Vivian Warner who was hostess ;l"r attended the couple.
for a rotnme party at the home of ir. ami Mrs. Mowser
her tiarcnta, Mr. and Mrs. H. u. ar-
aro to make
ner, en Jackson siren.
Kach R lest was masked and a
"who's who?" contest filled the arrival
hour. Lanterns lighted the ronma with
lniiahlng facea and after a aeries of
lallwe'en games the party gathered
about a sunder table where a hollowed
pumpkin, filled with bright fruit, cen
tered the board. Mm A. W. Kugg
agisted Mrs. Warner in serving tne
guests who Included Helen Rug. Bar
bara Lleuallen, Vivian McAllister,
Iorothy Risslnirer, Jean Bell, Ethel
Embysk, Tbelma Kmbysk, Ignore
Oreullch, Evelyn Oreullch, Mario Gor
don, Bobbie Miller, Raymond Rugg,
Oliver Leedy, Fred Bennion, Jr., Nich
olas Blydenateln Jr., and Herbert Bly-denstein.
EAZAAR IS HiA.-i-r.rw
A Bazaar and dauce formed a de
lightfully successful event for Busy
Be Club members Thursday evening.
The affair was held In Eagle-Woodman
hall and music by Sawyer s or.
ches'tra launched the final entertain
MISS SHAFER IS BRIDE.
A wedding of Interest occurred last
evening when Miss Eldena Schafer
became the bride of Ellis Q. Browser,
ineir noma here, Mr. Browser being
associated with the IVonlea v."
HALLOWE-KM PARTY ENJOYED
About 75 members of the Intermed
iate and jurlor departments of the
I reshyterlan Church gathered In .the
.v.. reception room for a Hallo
ween frolic Jast evening. Games were
"" y ansa Eva Hansen of the
high school faculty In the big room
where pumpkins and wlerd figures lin
ed the walls.
Cider, doughnuts and sandwiches
featured a menu typical of Hallowe'en.
terns, chrysanthemums of the sumo
hue, used with autumn foliage unci
potted plants, formed a pleasing deco
ration. Two dainty wee- maids, Hetty
Bond and Lois Schurpf, li crisp orange
colored Kewple frocks, gave . many
colored caps to the guests during a
.'avor dance for which tho light was
subdued to the lanterns' glow. I'uncii
was served from the alcove, and here
also the dancers gathered for a buffet
supper during the later hours. Thirty-
five couples enjoyed the affair.
tR. AND MRS. VINSON HOSTS
w " airs. B. o. Vinson will be
hosts this evening for a "spook conven
tion, to -which have been bidden five
couples. The guests will come in
phostly garb and will be masked, their
identity not to be revealed until the
supper hour. Amid a crowd of black
cats, witches and other weird char
acters, the "spooks" will enjoy a sight
seeing trip, and will view the "skeleton
in the closet." "the hand of Fate," "the
grave diggers," etc
FORMAL DAXCE GIVEN"
Opening the season of formal dances
the members of the Rotary Club were
HOPF'S V V S T A I It S SHOP FOIl ViOMUS
'.. j NEW ARRIVALS
Developed in soft, graceful, hansr-
ing charmeuse satin, crepe meteor,
Kitten ear satin ana embroidered
Street frocks of tricotine, French
serge and jersey.
OVER T A Y L O It IIABDWABK S T O K
tpiim i u M
K' DRUG STORE
Mail Order Given Prompt Attention, i
LITERATURE CLUB ENTERTAINED
Spanish and Italian writers 'of Mod
ern Literature claimed the attention
of Current Literature club . members
vst"rdav when they-met In. the li
brary club room to enjoy a delightful
ly Interesting afternoon as guests of
'Mrs. Norborne Berkeley and Mrs. E,
Program numbers were most pleas
ing, reviews, sketches and ' charming
musical selections being contributed In
the following .order:' , . v
Sarah Teasdale Miss Ida Boyd.
Reading from "!- Rotlera." by
Blasco-Ibanez Mrs. H. E, Bickers.
Violin solos. "Cavallera Ilustlrnna."
Spanish dVnce Mrs. Vincent Roblson.
Review, of "S;nner" by Topasarro
Mrs. James Johns. . i . .
Spanish dance Miss Mary Clarke,
Miss Mildred Rogers. -
Sketch of Life and reading of poetry
by r'Annunzlo Mrs.. E. P. Tulloch.
Vocal solo, "Cnrmena," with violin
obllsato Miss Mildred Berkeley, Mrs.
A charming expression of friend
ship was extended to a club member
yesteruay, Mrs. Roland Oliver who
departed last evening for Montana, be
ing presented with a "ton voyage". to
ken and showered with good wishes.
Snowberries in lovely profusion
flanked the mantle and decked the
club room, while centering - a pretty
teatable was a dainty cluslor ot violets
and Cecil Brunner roses. Mrs. Johns
and Mrs. H. E. Inlow presided at the
coffea urns and they were assisted In
serving by Mrs. Constance Isaacs,. Mrs,
Roblson, Miss Elie FiUmaurice and
Mis Claire Raley. ...
YOUNG FOLK ENTERTAIN'. .
Festivities of Hallowe'en abounded
last evening, another of the ehurch
circles which participated in such an
event being represented by the Bap
tisa young folk. In the basement re
ception room 70 ghosts enjoyed games
beneath a fluttering ceiling of bluck
and ' orange ' streamers and between
walls banked with lanterns and 1'lqw
era. ' .- ' ' -
At Jl the frolic ceased '.' and ' the
white robed 'guests 'gathered -for sup
per where pies, doughnuts, nuts' and
CLUB IS ENTERTAINED.
Mrs. Lyle Boyntcn . extended de
lightful hospitality. Thursday' -.when
alio entertained members-, of ; the
Merry-Go-Round Club and several ad
ditional friends. . '
Mrs. Garlen Gray and Mrs.. Rar
ney Anderson won trophies In guess
ing contests which preceded the serv
ing of a dainty luncheon.
Guests other than club members
were Mrs. Barney Anderson, Mrs.
O'Neil of Idaho, Mrs. Hawkins,' Mrs.
Edith Mills, Miss Anna Butts ' and
Miss Christena Docktor.
New Gar Best Cane Sugar ;
UNLOADING TODAY WATCH THlii SPACE
FOR PRICE MONDAY. . '
New "stock Mince Meat, best quality, pound .....S5o '
New stock Seeded Raisins, pound ..35c
New crop Currants, Diamond W.-Brand, pound 35c
Now Crop Comb Honey, full weight, each 40c
New Crop Dill Pickles. . . , . .
New Oregon Walnuts to arrive soon. , - 4. '
New Sweet Cider to arrive' the first of next week.
Two carloads of Potatoes to arrive. Jlold your
- orders for winter potatoes. '; , .
New shipjnent of fine delicious Spitzenberg and
Yellow Newton Apples. ,
R. & R. Plum r-udding, also fruit and fig pudding.
Little Pig Sausage ;: ;, ,, -, ,.
Excello Cake Flour. , t
(jray jQres. Grocery (Jo.
THIMBLE CI-I B TO MEET.
The Tlinble Club is to resume its ac
tivities next week, meeting on Mon
day afternoon at the home of Mrs. J.
M. Cook, 3(10 South Thompson street
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Silk and, Wool Frocks
Awondrful CollectiorS of hjgh grade frocks.
Rich In material ind smart in 'design. Exquisite
Satins and Satin Crepes, Meteors and Novelty Silk
embellished with glistening irredescent beads, lus
trous colored silks and wools. .
Reduced to $19.50, $25.00 and up to $85.00
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AT AGGIE-U. OF C. GAME
A SMART TOQUE
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There Is do question but that
the small hat la the bat of the mo
ment. Here la a little round toque
of dark blue velvet with old blue
carled-up ostrich fro" -is sprouting
oat around It at It aae for all
the world like the curl oa a
pretty girl's bobbed head. So, it
ta called the "ttobbed-haIr".haL
OREGOV AGRICULTURAL COL
LEGE, Corvallis, Oct. 30. Advance
seat sale Indicates heavy attendence at
the Aggle-Univeralty of California
ootball game today. The grandstand
which wiU constitute, one section of
he big "D" shaped stadium v.-VJ be
ompleted. in time for the contest. It
will have a seating capacity of 4000
bringing the total seating capacity uj
to 10,0f'0. ,
The electric score board, While held
a crowd of 900 students spellbound
during the contest of the Aggie foot
ball squad with the University of
Washington team last Saturday, will
be In use when the local warriors bat
tle Washington State November 13, at
Pullman. , , i
The varsity "O"' association decided
tc engage it again, as the turnout of
students was more than enough ta
defray the expense of the board. Tho
expense account of the cissoeiatlon
was (300, and that ; was mure than
"Tex" Hartman, announcer" at the
Seattle end o? the wife, will ugaln
travel with the team, and send reports
The Sawdust on the football field,
which was a source of annoyance l
the player' during the- Multnomah
game, and which since has been
ground into the mud, hns been -removed.
The game with California today
will be played, it is believed, of . bare
U rt: Held. ' The rooks have boerf out
for two days scraping the surfao and
the sun has been drying the field.
You Have a Remedv!
A KAIXVIXG CAMj,- .
The following tfcrsea by - a local
woman voter have been 'submitted to
the East Oregonlam ' ,;' . .'
Come rally all ypu Patriot Mothers
The time Is at hand ' ' '
When each and every one of us
Should do Just alt wa can ,
To -'-ft Oovflrnon Jnmes M, Cox
. Per-p'.-ealdent with oae effective
We'll gel a man to head the nation
That will keep us all "from ln
broke. - ' ) ... i
So matter what your polities may bo
The truth still remains "
That the president of the V. 8. A, ' 1 '
should be for the Leuffue of Na-.
tion ',' " '' ' ' ,
Como rally all yon Patriot Mothers
Xovcmber sectmd will soon be hee
We can elect Governor James M. Cox
To tNi head of the nutlon.
N'ow rally one and aU,, make your ,
Echoes joudly ring . 1 . .. !
With praises of our candidate;
Show the world ihat, we. can yln
The League of Nations.
Pendleton October 30, 1920.
Voodrow Hvilson says: "Whenever
yoi get somebody with Influence to do
something that somebody else with
out Influence cannot do, that la graft."
"The best thing you. can do with any
thing that la crooked Is to lift It up
'no that people can see it la crooked."
These definitions sound good. Any
way, facts are stubborn things. , .
It Is a fact that Col. Dlsquo of
Bnruce Production , extravagance let
huge COSt OlUS Contract to fiannlnr
Chamberlain's henchmen and to ell-,
ents of his law firm. It Is a fact that
Col. bisque gave 1100.00 to an expen
sive automobile for Senator Chamber-
lain. It Is a fact ; that Frankln T.
rifftth. President of the Portland
Railway, Light & Power Company,
gave 1100.00 to buy Senator Chamber
lain an automobile. It is a fact tht
Senator Chamberlain voted (or l(ie
water power bill which hands over to
.the traction magnates the water pow
er of the country for all time., '
Has Mr, qrlffith helped you .liny an
It Is a fact that In ItU, over tje
vlgnrcus pretest of Postmaster Myers,
tho Post Office Department, through
John C. Koons, now First Assistant
Postmaster General, entered into a
"Political" lease (for temporary quar
ters while th new Post Office was be
ing built). This lease cost the govern
ment lin.noo more than it would hsd
Postmaster Myers' advice been follow
eel. .The inspectors secured but ene
bid nnd the Re'lfkatlons of the lca.-w
were not fulfilled by the lessors. It la
a fact that one of the lenm.r. hn
drc down the fat rentals, contributed
100 000 to the luxurious automobile
for Senator Chamberlain. !
Sea. verily the ways of ' Invisible
government are most devious but
Ihere is a remedy which you can ap
ply on November 2. VOTE Foil.
THOMAS A. HATES. Independent
candidate for It a Senator.
Tlip I-caoiio of Nioi lutifirutfn'q
. Committor. ,
1. Ilnmn. Chairman. 1007 Ilrosd
' wa Iliiildlng, I-urtland.
WE HAVE DECIDED TO START NOVEMBER THE
FIRST TO SELL FOR CASH ONLY. .
If credit is wanted we will give same after com
ing to a thorough understanding.
We can also reduce the price of our goods consid
erably on account of going on a cash basis, which
.will benefit you also.
MM FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
220 E. Court Street
UOO W. Alta Street
HIGH PRICED RAM BOUGHT BY CUNNINGHAM CO.
The highest priced Ram
boullet ram at the ram sale
held recently in Salt Luke
was bought by the Cun
ningham . Khhecp Co. of
this county. The purchase
price waa S1300 the price
being low because of the
slump In the sheep mar
ket, the price for such
an animal ordinarily be-,
ing four or five thousand
dollars. The rum was
'bought from Bullard Bros,,
of California, and will be
used . for breeding purposes.
The ram was sheared by
the Cunningham Co. and
38 pounds of wool secured.!
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j ma -was wiin sni'onie
shearing. Samples of the
wool ure being sent to ex
perts In Australia, so that
estimates of the value of
Oh display In bur Window for jour Inspection.
" Royal Chinese "
! Royal Jashahan
; Royal Ivan
Royal Kirstestan -
From the Oriental Shop f o Kosh'aba Brog.,
Lake City, Mr. E. Koshaba jn charge.
rd Furniture Company
the wool can be made,
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