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DAIL7 EAST OMOONUR, PENDLETOIT, OREOOH, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 20, 1020.
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Social and Club News
(Xni 1'I.ANK yl'ILT M.KI Yesterday's affair n the first of
Thirteen roviTxcd It ill-fame ami two and the name hostesses are en
proved a lucky number, indeed, mhen tcrtalnlnR today, luncheon at one. uo-
Hnlrwrlnktum Club members met Ing followed again by cards.
ypM ei 1 y with Mrs. Anna Nash at her
Lome on Mill Hired. White chrysan
themum lent ahunaunt rharm to the
rooms, and as the mirsta enjoyed
limiting )il;in were !..,(! for a rn
(trnm of social service needlework.
Willi p'crcs are to,1e fashioned Into
Works and the finished article will be
either Riven to the Hed Cross or sold
for its benefit, Kach member, too. Is
to make a Rarmcnt for the Salvation
fact that It Is one of the premiere
among the season's formal festivities.
xkw KKooans to he played.
The following program, consisting
of records recently acquired by th
DKM'IUAX CUB MEETS.
Delphian Club members enjoyed .'County Library, will be played at tlu
meeting; yesieruay ia guests ot .Mrs. f .
A. Llcuulli n' and in Interesting pro
gram and ilelighttul tea hour Were
shared at her homo on Unroln street.
The following numbers marked the
The Monk as a Clvillsor
Mrs. L. L. Rogers
An interesting feature yesterday was I ' nn reiulal system -
found In old time, pictures of the Mlss Barbara Hoch
liiiests. Karh was asked to bring her liano 8010 Mrs. Alger Fee
earliest photograph and the guessine White chrysanthemum! nodded
of identities was unique, while first fron lovely bouquets to deck the pret
"pieces" were again recited.
ty rooms and they formed a central
The approach of Thanksgiving was f'"" for the. tea table which was
heralded In a contest of words to be
supplied In the narrative of a turkey,
read by Mrs. Anna Storie and during
the closing hour a delightful luncheon
presided over by Mrs. R. D. Sayres.
Mrs. L. M. Spalding assisted Mrs. Lleu-
allen In serving the guests and friends
other than club members who shared
me aiiair were airs. A. n. vox, Mrs. ! ninof 1 )
William Lowell and Mrs. Will Tetor- ier.
Vlctrola conceit Sunday afternoon
The reading rooms will bo open from
two until five.
1. I-hro ( Handel ) Pablo Susuls.
2. Kn Calesa The carriage is wait
ing, my dainty Marquise (K. Grasy
Elias-F. M. Alvaret) Emillo Ue Go-gorza.
3. I'd build 11 world In "The heart
of u rose" (Worton Davld-Horatlo
Xicholls) Frances Alda.
4. Vulse from Serenade (Tschui
kowsky) Jascha lleifets.
5. I .a Itrabanconne Uelglan Natl
onal Song Marcel Journet.
6. Mah Llndy Lou (Strickland)
7. lieautiful Hawaii (Mary Earl)
Frank Ferea-Anthony Franchlni.
8. When night descends ( Kuchma-
John McCbrniick-Fi'lti Krel-
BttlDGE LUNCHEONS PLEASE.
Xine bridge luncheon tables, their
appointments marked by a dainty
tnotlf of yellow, were surrounded yes
terday by friends of Mrs. William J.
Clarke , Mrs. Hillis H. Hattery. Mrs.
RETCRNS FOR VISIT.
Friends in Tendleton are welcoming
the visit of Mrs. Chauncey Smith whe
before her marriage was Miss Grace
Oliver. Mrs. Smith is the guest of her
Karle P. Tulloch. Mrs. John Vaughan ! mother, Mrs. R. L. Oliver on Perkins
and Mrs. David B. Hill, who entertain- I avenue. This is her first return to
ed at the attractive home of Mrs. ! Pendleton since her wedding and she
will remain for a few weeks. Mr. and
Mrs. Smith are making their home at
FORMAL DANCE IS SCHEDULED.
The first formal dancine nanv to
ir. .Noroorne Berkeley . Out of town be given by Pendleton Elks in the ball
guests who shared the event Svere Mrs. room of their new rodge is scheduled
J. X. Burgess and Mrs. Robert Stan- for the evening of Thanksgiving day.
field, both former Pendleton matrons The event promises to be a delightful
who are here from Portland. one and added anticipation attends the
Clark on Jackson street. Guests found
their places at one o'clock and ragged
yellow chrysanthemums lent their ar
tistic dovcliness. In the play which
filled the afternoon hours, score tro
phies fell to Mm Wlllard Bond and
9. Melody in F (Rubinstein) Pa
10. Can't yo' hcah 111c cullin' Curo
llue (Roma) Oscur Seagle.
11. Tambourin Chinots (Krcisles,
Op. S) Frits Kreisler.
12. Villanelle The swallows
13. Introduction and Tarantelle
(Pablo de Sarasatc, Op. 43) Jascha
14. Rlgolctto (Paraphrase de con
cert) (Verdi-Liszt) Alfred Cortot.
In many instances garments are being sold at
below wholesale cost Make your own compari
sons. You'll find our prices lowest.
Over Taylor Hardware Store
PASSFXGER AXn FREIGHT SKUVICK
N'o. 2 qtlitan a
Nov. K. A. Viitoria
Nov. 11 Impcnuor
Nov. 20 C'aNoandra
Nov. JO Carnwnia
Nov. 23 ... Aqiiilania . .
Nov. 23 Garonin
Dec. 4 K. A. Victoria
Dec. - Iinpcrator
IX'C, t Saionia
Iee. 1 1..... Saturn a
Oec. 11 Columbia
Doc. 14 Aquitania
Dec. 18 Carman a
Cherbourg and Southhampton....
ItvlBHgrow via JlorJIci
Patras, Diilirovik, Trieste
k'herbours, Southampton .........
Plymouth, Cherbours, Imdoa ...
inymouth, Cherbourg, Hamburg
;iasgrow .1 -
Gla.sgrow via lovie -
Freight MiTmH'Ls boliisted
For Information. Tiets, etc,, Apply to
MR. N. J. BLYDENSTEIN, Agenl, Pendleton
220 East Court
or Ooinpaiir'K Office, 621 So-ond Avenue, Seattle. Plionc Klliott I:t3
YOUR PULLETS ARE LAYING.
YOUR OLD HENS ARE NOT.
Feed Egma.h hot mixed with
"More Eggs," whole corn and
' scralehfeed. After one week your
hens w ill lay, if not sick.
Try, we know where we are talk
UMATILLA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
ENTERTAINED IN WALLA WALLA
A party of Pendleton folk motored
to Walla Walla yesterday and enjoyed
an Interesting day as guests in the
Garden City. They were Rev. and
Mrs. John H. Secor, Mr. and Mrs. W.
T. Rigby, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Plant
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Frick, Mrs.
Kenneth Warner, Miss A. Caldwell,
Miss O. M. Mathis, Mrs. A. Molstrom,
Mrs. G. W. Rugg, Miss M. Harris, Mrs.
W. J. Stockman, .'.irs. George Hunter,
Mrs. A. King and A. W. Rugg. The
party attended a Sunday school in
stitute and were then entertained at
dinner by the Pioneer M. E. church
there. T'te affair was given at the
church at 6 o'clock and the guests
motored home later in the evening.
EL DEEX CLUB ENTERTAINED.
The home of Mrs. Alfred Smith on
River Drive was the scene yesterday
of a delightful meeting of the El Deen
Club. A careful glance at the name
taken backward, shows that the club
devotes its time to sewing, and Christ
mas gifts claimed yesterday's atten
tion. A dainty luncheon filled the
final hour, Mrs. Smith's table being
artistically graced by white chrysan
themums arranged with feathery
.Ten members constitute the club
roll and all were present yesterday
ecepting Mrs. Earl Gillanders and Mrs.
Will Sheahan, to whom sympathy was
extended because of illness.
W. C. T. V. PLANS" PROGRAM.
V. C. T. U. members are anticlpat
ing a meeting on Tuesday when a pro
gram is to be given. "Happy Homes
A Happy Republic," Is the theme for
the day. The following numbers have
Music "Work for Enforcement
Where You Are."
Repetition of W. C. T. U. Catech
ism (by request).
I Members are asked for 2:30 o'clock
and they are to gather in the club
room of the library.
DANCING PARTY PLANNED.
Late Autumn and the nearness of
the Thanksgiving holidays usher in a
season of festivity, and plans for
dancing parties arc greeted with In
terest On Tuesday evening the spa
cious rooms of Mrs. William Matlock's
apartment on Court and Garden
streets will be the scene of an affair
to be given by the Parish House Guild
of the Episcopal church. The event
will be in the nature of a benefit for
'.he furnishing of Parish hall, the at
tractive church reception room which
hail already housed a score of city
and church entertuinments.
I WILL WED TOMORROW.
I Miss Ada L. Prann, of Hermiston ,
will tomorrow become the bride of
Robert Hobbs, formerly of Hermiston.
! now of Portland. The ceremony will
take place in Hermiston. Miss Prann
Is a popular girl and Mr. Hobbs also
has many friends in the west end city.
He served during the war as a mem
ber of the first Army Corps. The cou
ple will make their home In Portland
where Mr. Hobbs is employed by the
American Express Company.
ENJOYS DELIGHTFUL VISIT.
Mrs. W. N. Matlock has returned.
from Walla Walla where she has en
joyed almost a fortnight as the house
guest of Mrs. Harriet Ankeny Pope at
the Levi Ankeny home. The time was
filled with extensive entertaining and
Mrs. Matlock's visit was a delightful
LUTHER LEAGUE ENTERTAINED
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hudeman again
extended pleasing hospitality when
l.-'Kt nigh the Luther Leaguers met
at their home. A number of Readings
and musical . selections followed by
tames and refreshments made the
meeting an enjoyable one.
1- ING HIS vacation
! AT POINT ISABEL.
YOUR MONEY IS WELL SPENT HERE
For Thanksgiving we offer fine Fat, Young
Turkeys, Dressed Ducks, Geese and Chickens.
Placn Order Karly. Market price daiy of delivery.
New York Count Oysters, pint t.1c .
Cape Cod Crunberrles, pound 5l3o 1
It and R Plum Pudding 20c lo $L25
Table Raisins In bulk .....40o and (MMf
4 Crown Raisins In packages .....8O0 to $3.25
To arrive soon
ZAKT STOCK FISH FROM NORWAY" '
LIH ltM).TKIIS . ' ' 1
STORE CLOSFJ ALL DAY TILVVKSGIVING
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
BLACK HAZE SETTLES
ACROSS DEATH VALLEY
AND LONELY OCCUPANT
TONOPAH, Nev.. Nov. 20. (A. P.)
Descending ,000 feet from Chloor
do Cliff, in the Funeral range, to the
floor of Death Valley, approximately
20D feet below sea level, Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Boak and Miss Blanche Robb re
cently motored into that historic val
ley. They have Just retuned to tneir
Describing the trip, Mr. Baok de
clared he considered "the view from
Chloride Cliff the equal of, If not sup
erior to that of .he Grand canon in
In Death Valley they visited the only j
white there, named Denton. He lives
at Furnace creek ranch, owned by a
borax company and maintained simply
to protect the water right of Furnace
The heat at no time during pro-
tions of the two days we spent in the
valley was excessive,'1 Mr. Boak said
about 0 degrees in the shado being
the warmest.- Mr. Denton, who has
been there eighty years, keeps the gov
ernment weather records and he told
us 'only 134 in the snaue was me
warmest on record.
'At times, he said during the heat
of the summer, a black gazcous haze
would lie motionless pn the sump of
the valley for days. During such times
he never dared go putside the hotfse,
he said, bu' kept his water-power pro
pelled fan going continuously until s
breeze dispersed the haze.
"Mount Whitney, in the main range
of the Sierras, was clearly visible.
Thus one stands in the lowest valley
in the world and feasts the eye upon
snow-clad peuk of the highest moun
tain in the United States."
Church of Tho Redeemer
Rev, Alfred Lockwood. rector.
8 a. m.. Holy Communion. ,
MS, Sunday school.
II. Morning prayer and sermon.
?:30, Evening prayer and aermon.
The rector preaches at the. morning
service ort "Retrospect ai-'d Prospect."
Mrs. B. L. Burroughs sing, for the of
fertory "Come Ye Blessed" from
i-aui s Holy city. The women of the
l ansn mane their corporate commun
on at a. in. The rector preaches
' lnB evening on 'The Christian Life
What It It?" The public la cordially
J. T. La Rose, pastor.
Our Sunday school workers will he
glad to welcome you to our school at
10 a. m. Morning sermon by the- pas
tor at 11 a. m., subject Deliverance."
Evening song service at 7:30'. Sermon
at g p. m. The subject will be an In
teresting one for all. Praver meeting
Thursday at 7:30 u. m. We nnmt not
lorget tho prayer meeting, as it Is the
power house of the church.'. Every
Announcements ror this depart,
ment must bb submitted to the
East Oregoalan not later tban
Friday evening In order to be a
mred of publication on Saturday.
Salvation Army hall at 208 E. Alta
street. Phone 1052.
Sunday services as follows: Holi
ness meeting 11:00 o'clock. Subject.
"Walking With God." Sunday school
1:30 p. m. . Young peoples meeting,
6:30 p. m. Salvation meeting, 8
o'clock. Subject, "A Fals Trust."
Weed day meetlgs, Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday night at g o'clock.
Friday night at o'clock, Bible study,
the public invited. These meetings
are full of interest, get started, bring
your families and friends to the house
'if the Lord, And thou shalt love the
Lord thy God, with all thy soul, and
with all thy mind, and with alt thy
itrength. This is the first command
ment. A warm welcome awaits you
to these meetings.
Comer College and Alta streets.' Rev.
L. Clark, pastor, residence 505 E.
Alta, phone 621.
10:00 a. m.. Sabbath school, A. C.
Funk, Supt. 11:00 a. m., sermon,
"Thanksgiving." 6:45 c. E. Devotlon
als. topic, "The Thanksgiving Habit."
7:30 the following program: will be
given by way of a praise service! All
are Invited. 1
Director of choir. Mrs. Fnrshaw.
Pianist Mr Howard McLean.
Hymn 72 f ,
Anthem, ','Ye Shull Dwell In The Land"
Scripture Lesson Psa. 148
(Solo, "Thou Who. Almighty Art"
Gillette Mr. Clyde Phillips.
Anthem, "There is a River Burdette
Offertory 2, "In Thee O Lord" Hih-
Polo, "I Heard the Volt e of Jesus Say"
Rathburn Mrs. Hatch.
I Address Pnstor
Anthem, 'The Nation's Prayer"
Rev. W. H. Cox, pastor, phone 1167,
rt sidence 515 Bust street.
Sunday morning Sunday school,
Mr. F. M. Riley, superintendent, 9:50.
Preaching service, 11:00, subject, "The
. Sunday night B. Y. P. U.. Mr. C.
Daley, president, 6:30. Preaching ser
Wednesday Prayer service.
At the morning service Rev. Cox
gives a 10 minute sermon to the chil
dren. Special music and. singing. Get
the habit and come to church and
bring the children. ;A -. welcome
awaits you. .
Seventh Day Advcntlsts
Meet every Saturday In 1 room 13 at
309 E. Court St., just over the Rubber
Supply store. Sabbath school at 10
a. m. Strangers welcome.
They are dom
iciled at the James Sturgls residence,
216 Monroe street.
220 E. Court Street
100 W. Alta Street
IN STURGIS RESIDENCE.
Mr. and Mrs. Polydore Moens and
daughters, Miss Gabrlelle Moens and
Miss Blanche Moens and son. Frank
A i Moens, are residing in Pendleton dur-
A tn Ha uilnla. rvir.nl hll ThaV u r-A llnni
BIRTHDAY IS COMPLIMENTED
An Interesting affair of Jhc week
was given Tuesday in honwr of the
birthday anniversary of Mrs. L. W.
Stockman. About 30 friends called to
shower congratulations and the even
ing proved most enjoyable.
1 SPOKANE VISITOR HERE.
Miss Helen Behrendt of Spokane I
being welcomed for a visit In Pendle
ton as the guest of Miss Ethel New-
I jitter Day Saints
Rev. H. C. Murdock, Rev. C. L
Gale and Supt. Henry Kirby of the
Church of Jesus Christ of Lutter day
Sulnts will hold services In the Moose
h'i'1. Priesthood meeting (U 9:00 a. m.
S-inday school at 10:30 a. m. Even
ing meeting will be held the first and
third Sunday of each month at 7:3u p.
r.i. Everybody welcome.
Christian Sclctien i
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
holds services at 813 14 Main street.
(First Stairway north of the Inland
Empire Bank.) Sunday services are at
11 a. m. and at 8 p. m. Tho subject
of the lesson-sermon for November 21
Is "Soul and Body." Suridry school
starts at 10 a. m.
A Wednesday evening meeting
which Includes testimonials of heal
ing, is held at 8 o'clock. The reading
room which Is maintained at the same
address Is open to the public daily ex
cept Sundays and holidays, from 9 a
m. to 9 p. m., where the Bible anl
authorized Christian Science literature
may be read, borrowed or purchased.
First Christian Church
Robert Lee Bussabarger, minister,
phone 565, residence 104 Jackson.
Services Sunday will be as follows:
9:45 a. m. Bible school; 11a. m., com
munion and sermon, there, "Witnesses
for Christ"; 6:30 p. m., christian En
deavor, Jabin Vaught, President; 7:30
n m., preaching, subject "A Conscien
tious Life.", Thursday, November 25,
(Thanksgiving Day), union services
will be held in tho First Christian
church, at 10 a. m. The annual ser
mon will be delivered by Rev. Lock-
wood. Everybody Is invited to attena
all Bervlce In the church with th
First M. K. Church
Corner Webb and Johnson streets.
John H. Secor, minister.
Morning services Sunday school,
10 a. m. Morning sermon, 11 a. m..
LuMert. "A Highway for the Ran
Evening services Epworth League
8:30 p. m., topic, "The Investment of
Li'e." Leader, Glenn Roberts. Even
Ing sermon, 7:30 p. m., subject.
"Drinking Bitter Water." A sermon
especially for the Epworth League and
otCt' people, but all are invited.
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