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DAILY EAST OEEQOSTAW, FEBTDLETOIT, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 6, 102Q.
SociaZ and. CZub News !
J4R, AND MUA OSTUOOT HERB
Mr. snd Mr8. Paul Ostroot have re
t.'fned to Pendleton from 'oif.iv,
M sshtnglon .where Ihelr marriage was
An event of Wednesday fternoon. the
t o'clock service being performed lit
the home of the bride, who wns for
merly Minn Ttiith Chapman, daughter
f Mr. lind Mr, tieorRe A. Chapman,
imminent residents of Colfax.
Mr. OKtrool who in manager of the
Pacific Kicvator Co. here was formerly
In the Colfax office. He came to Pen
dleton In June.
VMATll-LA MAX WEDS
HOOD HIVElt, Nov. 6. Local folk
have, received news of the wedding In
Portland last Saturday of Miss Tina
h. Roberts, members of the city school
faculty, and Duncan Cramer, young
Vmatilla business man. The wedding.
It is said, resulted from a romance be
gun last year, when the bride was
teaching at Vmatilla. Mrs. Cramer
will remain here as teacher through
t ut the school year.
MRS SNOW llETL'KXS
Friends are welcoming the return
Pmdleton of Mrs. J. C. Snow, promin-l
ent matron, who departed several
weeks ago for Portland to remain for
n time with her daughter. Miss Kuth
Snow, and her son, Claude Snow, who
have entered school there. Mr. Snow
remained In Pendleton and his wife
returned to join him.
M US. YKHT 8KXDS CillRKTIXO
An Interesting note was received In
rondlelon today from Mrs. John Vert,
who until recently resided here, and
who is now enjoying an extended vistt
with relatives and friends In Scotland,
l-r native land. The note contained a
sprig of heuihcr, the green being pro
fusely dotted with the famous little
WILL LEAVE FOR CALIFORNIA
Mr. and Mrs. George Bradley and
Miss Georgia Bradley, their daughter,
aie planning to depart soon for a so
journ at Long Beach, California.
PLAN VISIT IN SOITH
Mr. and Mrs. Morrison, Miss Roberta
Morrison and Miss Geraldine Morrison
I Ian to leave Wednesday topass the
v inter In California.
WILL VISIT IN PASCO '
Mrs. C. S. Jcrard left yesterday for
Pasco where she will visit at the horn
of her sister, Mrs. Frona Regan.
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Phone 351-1014-475 .
DELPHIAN CU B MEETS.
The attractive homo of Mrs. L. L.
Rogers on North Main street was the
scene yesterday of u delightful affair
when Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. Sylvan
Conn were hostessed for a meeting ol'
the Delphian Club. Miss Virginia
Todd, secretary of the I'matllla Coun
ty Red Cross, talked to the club on
the coming membership campaign and
asked the organiiuttion to join 111 the
widespread appeal. Her talk was
followed by the day's program:
Miss Mildred Rogers, Miss Mary
Essay by Dr. Frank Crane. .......
.Mrs. Laura 1. Nash
Essay, "The Teutons"
Mrs. David Nelson
Vocal Solos Mrs. Lyman Rice
Charlemagne Mrs. R. D. Sayres
Readings, A Court Scone From the
Merchant of Venice , . .
Mrs, L. M. Spalding
Adjourning to the dining room the
guests enjoyed an Informal tea, hour,
the prettily appointed table being
centered by a cluster of pink rose
buds and presided over by Mrs. Nash.
BOYDENS TO RETURN.
Dr. and Mrs. Guy I Hoyden ure
expected to arrive home tomorrow
after an extonded trip through the
east. They departed more than a
month ago, going first to Montreal
where Dr. Doyden was called by the
medical congress. They visited later
in New York and came west by way
of Rochester, Minnesota, where the
doctor was formerly an Intern at
Mayo Brothers Institute. He has
taken the opp6rtunity of additional
study in the eastern cities.
Dr. and Mrs. iioyden will come to
Pendleton by way of Walla Walla.
NEWLY WEDS ARE SURPRISED.
A group of friends, members of the
K. K. K., called unnanounced last
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Morton Elder at the Murphy apart
ments on East Court and Webb
streets. The marriage of Mr. and
Mrs. Elder was a recent event and
the party of visitors brought with
them a charming gift ot cut glass.
Among the callers were Mrs. L. W.
Kingsbury, Miss Sybil Farley, Miss
Margaret Joerger, Miss Elizabeth
Joerger, Miss Alma Rohrman and
Miss Iva Rlack.
lin, mi Minn bushels of wheat are
stored in warehouses of Washington
aa TH.,ho nwRitlnc higher prices.
according to George C. Jewctt, pres
ident of the Washington wneai
"vvn are not moving any wheat yet,
but things are looking better now fo.
reasonable prices," said Mr. Jewett,
,hn nttonilpri a. meeting of the board
of directors of the association hero
"The directors of our association
are very much encouraged over the
MISS NASON IS HONORED
A gracious form of compliment was
chosen last evening when a group of
iiiends called at the charming little
home of Miss Sacra Nason to surprise
her with a canned-fruit shower.
Nearly two dozen friends shared in the
Miss Nason recently m'oved in to her
attractive new home which Is an artis
t'cally finished bungalow, situated on
the north bank of the Umatilla river,
vnd the visit of friends last evening
suggested also" an informal house
warming. :-LUB MEETING ENJOYED
Mrs. Alice Monro extended a charm-
ng bit of hospitality yesterday when
nembers of the Spizzerinktum Club
ere her guests. They were cntertain
;d at her home on Perkins avenue
where white chrysanthemums and
nasturtiums lent their charm.
A poem was read by Mrs. E- R.
Cornwell and a guessing game afford
ed Informal diversion. A light lunch
con was served by the hostess assisted
by her daughter Mrs. R. H. Home.
WILL BEJ LUNCHEON HOSTESSES
Mrs. Alvin Slushcr, Mi Fred Earl
nd Mrs. B. L. Burroughs have issued
invitations for a one o'clock luncheon
on Wednesday, november 10th for
which they will be hosstesses at tlu
home of Mrs. Sluuher on Lewis street
VISITING IN WALLA WALLA.
Mrs. George A. Hartman is expect
ed to return this evening from Walla
Walla where she has been the guest
of friends for the past few days.
RETURNS FROM FARM VISIT
Mrs. Frank Holdman returned home
last evening after a week's visit at the
ranch near Holdman.
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HU RCH E S
you In this, Jennie Conrad, Captain:
JUbel Langdon, Lieut., officers In
First Christian CliurHi
Robert Leo Hussabarger, Minister,
Phone G6!i, residence 104 Jackson.
, "Near East Relief" will be the theme
of the morning address, Sunday at 11
a. m. Mr. J. J. Handsaker, or his
representative, will present the situa
tion which now exists in eastern lands.
At 7:30 p. m the minister will have
as his theme, "The Little Member."
Singing by a large chorus choir, and
music by McDonald's orchestra, make
the evening service especially attrac
tive and uplifting. Other services are:
I Bible School, 9:45 a. m.. Hi H. DeHart,
Supt. Junior Church, n a. m., (In ths
basement of church.) Tuesday, at
7:45 p. m., the new Teacher Training
class, with Miss Rush as teacher, meets
in the public library room. You are
welcome to all services In the church
with the friendly spirit.
Announcements ror this depart
ment most bb submitted to the
East Orcgonian not later Than
Friday evening in order to be as.
: lured of publication on Saturday.
' Namronc ('liurrh
, J- T. LaKose, pastor. The pastor
will have some Interesting thoughts on
the morning subject of "The Blessed
.Man." Then the evening subject on
"Turn In" will be helpful to all. These
are messages of Bible Truth and love
that are beneficial for one" and all.
Are you one that has the good old
habit of going to church every Sun
day? If you are not you are missing
'.he best things life has for you. Find
vour place among the church going
.people and enjoy life. There is a
church among the number In this city
that will suit you, find your place and
enjoy it. Our services are Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Morning service
11 a. m. Evening service 7:30 p. m.
Player meeting Thursday 7:Srt p. m.
You are welcome to all of them. We
will study the Third Commandment
Rev. Blasburg, pastor. Lutheran
services will be held Sunday ut i
o clock at the Christian Church. The
sermon will be preached in English by
Rev A. Minneman.
SPOKANE. Wash., Nov. 6. (A. P.)
Hall 208 East Alta street,
Sunday services as fulows: Sunday
morning, Holiness meeting, 11 o'clock.
Sunday school, 1:30. Young peoples
meeting, 6:30. Big Salvation meeting
H o'clock. Week-day meetings: Tues
day, Thursday, Saturday nights at 8
o'clock. There Is also a Bible study
or. Friday nig'-t 7:45. This Is conduct
ed by Brother Mayfield of the Naza
rcne Church, this undenomenattonal.
We give you that are not attending
:my other church a warm welcome to
I he Salvation Army. There are many
people that are not going to church
that ought to go. Lay aside your
work for one day out of the week. Re
member the promise you made to that
Mother -or some loved one, that you
would do better. The Army will help
Corner College and Alta,
Sabbath School 10:00 a. m., A. C.
Funk, Supt. Special address by Dr.
Paul B. Writ, recently fr,om Alaska,
also a Red Cross Commissioner of
Europe. Dr. Writ comes with the
highest recommendations from those
who know men. ire will speak at the
usual eleven o'clock hour. In the aft
ernoon the Boys' Conference program
will be continued. Speclul speakers.
There will be no C. E. Devotional on
account of the conference. At seven,
thirty the final session of the confer
ence will be held. State Secretary W.
W. Dillon and others will speak. These
meetings are for the public and ill are
Rev. W. H. Cox, pastor. Residence,
515 Bush street. Fhone,1167. .
Sunday morning Sunday school. F.
M. 'Riley, sunt.. 9:50: nveachinor serv.
ice. 11; subject, 'The Blgfcst Thing
on Earth." , i
Sunday night B. Y. P. U., Mr. C.
Daly, president, 6:30.
Come and bring your chum. Preach
ing service, .7:30. Subject, "Who Are
Wednesday night, prayer meeting
On Lord's day morning nt the 11
o'clock hour. Rev. Cox Is .giving a sa
rles of illustrated talks to the children
for 10 minutes. Father, mother, bring
the lit tie ones.
Special music and singing. Good
preaching. A big welcome awaits you.
. .1 .... i .
First Church of Christ, Sclenjlst,
holds services nt 813 1-2 Main street.
(First stairway north of the Inland
Empire Bank.) Sunday services are
at 11 a. m .and at 8 p. tn. The sub
ject of the lesson-sermon for Sunday,
November 7th. is "Adam and Fallen
Man." Sunday school starts at 10 a.
A Wednesday evening meeting
which Includes testimonials of healing,
is held at 8 o'clock. The reading
room which is maintained at the same
address is open to the public dally
from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m., where the
Bible and authorized Christian Science
literature may be read, borrowed or
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service, recently landed on the atoll,
is the first automobile ever seen there.
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