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DAILY EAST ORECIOinA!!, PEITOLETOIT, OEEQOH, TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 23, J920.
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SodaZ and Club News
M nPlilHE IS IiKl.IGHTKll,
Member of the Degree of Honor and
few intimate friends of Mrs. Hons
Kennedy entertained for her In a de
lightful way yesterday, gathering at
I rti home ol Mrs. Charles Kennedy, her
rimhitnd s mother, to greet her by sur
prlne. The guests enjoyed sewing and
hAtllng informally and Inter shared
a dainty luncheon. The honor guest
v hs presented with a charming gift.
on the nerving committee were Mrs.
Ol.arles Kennedy, Mra. Helen Kelts.
Mm. Charles Williamson, Mrs. Walter
.lones, Mrs. M. A. How and Mrs. Kyle
Long. The party which enjoyed the
iitfatr included Mrs. ltoss Kennedy,
Mrs. Charles Kennedy, Mrs. Holts, Mrs.
Kobert Hrown, Mrs. Frank King, Mrs.
Everett Allen, Mrs. E. L. Hrown, Mrs.
Hons, Mrs. I". S. Farley, Mrs. Jones,
.Mrs. CMto Nelson, Mrs. Eong, Mrs.
Jlieorge Powers, Mrs. J. Q. McConnell,
Mrs. James Fisk, Mrs. O. W. Goodwin.
I Miss l.iuie Peterson, Mi-. C. If. Conroy
and Mrs. J. W. MclSee.
M1!S. JOHNS COMPLIMENTED.
Interesting festivities are making
the visit of Mrs. James Shntmrd Johns
In Portland a delightful one. The Ore
Konian has the following mention of
her presence in the Kose City:
M-s. James S. Johns of Pendleton is
spending: a fortnight as the house
guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs, C.
U Melvenna, 295 -Willamette boule
vard. Many informal dinners, theater
parties and luncheons have been given
for her pleasure.
Mrs. Thomas J. Rcderlch of Vancou
ver is giving a luncheon for Mrs. Johns
Tuesday uftemoon. Mrs. Johns was
hostess Monday at the University club
having bidden a dozen friends to
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ItETl KXS FKOM WEDDING,
Miss Georganna Fletcher returned
last night from Portland where she
went last week to attend the wedding
of Miss Josephine Cameron, former
Pendleton girl, to Gustave M. Mallory.
of Seattle. Mrs. It. W". Fletcher.
Misses Eleanor and Florence Fletcher
and Hob and Hlllle Fletcher who were
also Pendleton guests at the affair
will remain over Thanksgiving with
Miss Cumcron's mother, Mrs. Eleanor
Cameron. Another guest remaining
there this week Is Mrs. Will Church
of I -a Grande (Nell Cameron) a slstet
of Mrs. Fletcher.
The weddding took place Wedncs
day evening at the Episcopal rhifrch
in Irvington with Hcv. Mr. Dawson
officiating-. Miss Mlnalena Cameron
attended her sister as bridesmaid and
William Cameron, a brother, gave the
bride in marriage. C. Mallory,
brother of the groom, acted as best
man. - The service was read at
o'clock and vows were exchanged In
the "presence of only immediate rela
Miss Cameron was a lovely picture
gowned in bead embroidered Geor
gette of blue worn with a hat of the
same color. She carried Ophelia roses
and orchids. Her sister wore a frock
of foullard and Georgette In tones of
gray and blue. Her small hat was of
blue and her bouquet was a cluster of
roses and bouvardia.
A reception at the home of the
bride's mother followed the ceremony.
Asters, chrysanthemums and delicate
greens decked the rooms, and In the
dining room Mrs. Church and Mrs.
Harriet Favorite assisted.
Mr. and Mrs. Mallory departed for
Seattle where they are to make their
home in the Van Seclen apartments.
Mr. Mallory is in the electrical busi
ness in Seattle.
The bride is known to a host of folk
in Pendleton as she is a member of a
family which formerly resided here.
She is a charming girl and a mem
ber of the Gamma Phi Beta sorority
since college days at the University of
GUEST IS COMPLIMENTED,
The presence of Mrs. J. N. Burgess.
who Is being welcomed for a visit here
from Portland is the inspiration today
for a charming bit of hospitality be
ing dispensed by Mrs. David H. Nel
son at her charming home on Wash
ington street. " Yellow and white
chrysanthemums deck the rooms
where five bridge tables are in play.
A few additional friends were sked
in for the tea hour, Mrs. Nelson's list
including, besides Mrs. Burgess, Mrs.
G. W. Phelps, Mrs. S. P. Sturgis. Mrs.
W. J. Clarke, Mrs. H. H. Hattery, Mrs.
U U Rogers, Mrs. Charles Greulich.
Mrs. J. E. Montgomery. Mrs. James
Hill, Mrs. James Johns, Mrs. W. E.
Brock, Mrs. W. X, Matlock, Mrs. Louis
Scharpf, Mrs. George Haslett, Mrs. 8.
It. Thompson, Mrs. W. D. McNary,
Mrs. G. M. Rice, Mrs. Herbert Thomp
son. Mrs. Henry Dixon Jones, Mrs. J.
F. Robinson, Miss Edna Thompson,
Mrs. David B. Hill and Mrs. J. B. lie
The finest live poultry we could buy, dressed
today. Our many customers know the quality that
we handle. If you want the very best let us have
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WILL VISIT IN PORTLAND.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Perkins will leave
tomorrow for Portland to spend a few
weeks with their son Ira Perkins.
MRS. WINDSOR TO VISIT.
Mrs. Fred Windsor, little son and
daughter, will arrive here tomorrow
from Rexbuy, Idaho, to visit at the
home bf he parents, Mr. and Mis. O.
CRISTOBAL, Canal Zone, Nov. 23
(U. P.) President-elect Harding
arrived here at 9 a. m. today. Sub
marines escorted his ship through the
harbor. A, bis crowd was wai'ing to
$50,000 REWARD PUT
UP BY DETECTIVE FOR
EXCLUSIVE BOMB TIP
NEW YORK, Nov. 23. (A. P.)
A reward of J50.000 was offered here
yesterday by a private detective agency
for exclusive Information leading to
the Identity of persons responsible for
me Wall street bomb explosion Sep
timber 16. More than 130.000 ore
viously had been offered by the board
or estimates and an Insurance com
YOUR PULLETS ARE LAYING.
YOUR OLD HENS ARE NOT.
BAZAAR CLAIMS ATTENTION.
Busy needles are being plied to cre
ate frills and furbelows for a fascinat
ing little family which will appear in
novel style show when the annual ba
zaar of the Church of the Redeemer
opens next week. Preparation for the
dolls' layette booth Is causing all this
furore, and Milady of China and
bisuue will be outfitted with every
thing from the rufflicst "undies" to
most fetching gowns and the dream
iest picture hats that ever haloed
shining ringlets and go-to-sleep eyes.
Mra. L. G. Frazler is in charge of
the booth. Dolls will be for sale and
12 and 14 inch folk as well as those
24 Inches tall will be outfitted with
garments "ready to wear" to the most
correct of make-believe tea parties.
GUILD DANCE THIS EVENING.
The Parish House Guild of the
Church of the Redeemer is claiming In
terest thi evening in its dancing par
ty which is to be given as a benefit for
the furnishing of Parish hall and
..hich will take place In the charming
home of Mrs. W. F. Matlock at the
corner of Garden and Court streets.
Dancing is scheduled for 8 f 30 o'clock
and tables will be arranged for those
who prefer cards. A candy booth
sponsored by the Sanctuary Chapter
will also be a feature.
The affair Is to be Informal and the
invitation is a general one.
SPOKANE. Wash., Nov. 23. (U.
P.) Washington, Oregon and Idaho
members of the Farmers' union met j
here tdday In response to an emer
gency call to discuss falling grain
The farmers are expected to adopt
resolutions demanding the re-application
of the lever act to establish a
wheat price and a high tariff to pro
tect American farmers.
The establishment of ft moratorium
for 90 days on notes, to allow crops t3
move under readjusted market condi
tions, will also be urged.
-Wheat in tlie Pacific northwest i
selling considerably below the cost of
production, according to A. A. Elmor,
president of the Farmers union.
NIECE OF PRESIDENT DIES
FRANKFORT, Ky.. Nov. 23. (A.
P.) Miss Tbmmle Jouett, 75, great
niece of President Zachary Haylor,
died here last night.
PAX FRAXCISO, Nov. 23. (A. P.)
District Attorney Matthew Brady
last night asked the county grand Jury
o Investigate statements of Police OJ
ficer Draper Hand anu others that
Thomas J. Mooney and Warren K,
I tilings were convicted of participa
tion in the preparedness bomb muN
dor of 116 through fraud.
lirnd" said Hand an3 others would
be called before the grand Jury to tes
tify In order to detemlne $he veracity
of Hand's statements.. Hand was one
of th-i chief investigating! officers of
tin police r.epartnient In obtaining and
offering evidence against 'Jdooney and
Llllings. ' '
"If the Mooney trio was 'framed' as
Hand allege," fold Brady,. "I want
the facts 'It fire the grand Jury. If
there U no foundation to Hand's story
I hl.-u want the lacts brought before
the public." , :
According to the district attorney,
he would be powerless to causa a re
iil.il for the two men, but the findings
of the jury will be placed before the
governor of California with a full his-
ti ry of the case.
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Now 812.50 to $85.00
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be Pendleton high's first annual and
with the support of the business men
of the city It Is hoped to make It such
a success that It will be continued. Ac
tivities of the Senior class of last year
will be given mention and will consist
of their pictures, motto and will. Re
porters and editors have been appoint
ed to take caro of ever branch of the
work and the staff expects to hav
annual go to press In May. The es
timated sale price per copy Is 12. CO or
3. The staff consists of Jvan Houser,
editor, Mies Mary D. Chisholm, John
Beck with and David Swanson,' asso
Work Itegun on School Annual
Work has been begun on the school
annual for 1921. Many pictures and
stories have been collected. This wilt
Feed Efrgnia.sh hot mixed
"More EiTirs," whole corn
scratchfeed. After one week your
hens will lay, if not sick.
Try, we know where we are talk-
in r of.
ANNUAL BALL SCCH EDU LED.
Decidedly Interesting is the an
nouncement today that the first an
nual ball of the Pendleton Woman's
Club is to take place on the evening
of December 31. Eagle-Woodman hall
will house the festivity. The an
nouncement heralds the innovation of
a series of charming balls, one to taKo
place each New Year's eve events
sponsored by a civic organization and
claiming boundary-wide interest.
220 E. Court Street
f. ; READING CIRCLE TO MEET.
I Te Ladies Bible Reading Circle Willi
U1TII1A FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
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WILL BE GUEST THURSDAY
Mrs. K. G. Durst Is expected to ar
rive Wednesday from Hot Lake to
spend Thursday with her parents Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse Haling and her brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Balfe
Ulrich. Mrs. Durst will be here only
for Thanksgiving day, returning Fri
day to Hot Lake. Friends will rejoice
to learn however, that her health Is
MISSIONARY SOCIETY TO MEET.
The Presbyterian Missionary Society
is to meet tomorrow afternoon at 2:30
i o'clock at the church. Hostesses for
'the day are to be Mrs. A. Thomas, Mrs.
jC. H. Beltz. Mrs. James Akey and Mrs.
, tmn uonneri.
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Several plays are up for consideration
by the Drama Club for the second bin
production tr the year which will b
presented before the close of school
next semester. Among those being
considered Is "The Man on The Box"
which was given by the University of
Oregon last year during Junior Week
End. The play to be given by the club
will be of an entlroly different nature
than that Just Riven. - They "will try
something heavier and put more time
on Its production.
Pendleton May ITay Kalim. It 'a
possible that Pendleton's football elev
en will play Salem soon for the cham
Wonnhlp of Oregon. Salem has been
successful In that section by defeating
Eugene 16 to 0. Pendleton, If It wins
the Turkey Day game here will have
captured Eastern Oregon honors.
Portland refuses to play for the staf
championship. Tickets are now on
sale for the Thanksgiving game and
ii Is expected the crowd will be a rec-
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