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cat tiST csssomu, trmxmst, onssox Saturday evening, December 11, 1020, , errtiaaf r AG23 ..
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; Social and Club News,
l.lTKIUTl l!K I'UH MKKT8.
Current Literature cluh memltera
met yrslerday to enjoy an afternoon
devoted to the writings of Hie Poles
nud liiihHUins. Mr. J. It. llniry was
lnntemi Kir I tie flay and (he club was
entertained ut hrr home on College
miwl. Tlic winly hour proved most
Interesting and subjects were won-
flnrfuMi- well flpvi'loiioil. Mrs. Thorn-
as YuUKhan gave two t-harminir vocal
mViIus, wKlt piano accompaniment ly
Mm Fred ixihnert. They were "In
iAJve'it Garden" und "In tne Time of
ftosex," the ong supplementing the
' following literary numlie.ni:
IlUMflan and Iollsh Literature Mrs.
Krief sketch of life and worljs or
Andriov. Tcternlchov and Checkov
Mini IWIIi Smith. '
Hcview of Whirlpools" ly Sicn
klrwics -Mrs. Dohnert. t
Heading front "Crushed Flowers"
by Adrlcv Mm. James Welch.
Houghs of evergreen suggested the
approach of Yuletide nnd at t he tea
table, about which guests gathered in
the final hour, Mrs. Dissosway and
Mrs. E..J, Soniincrvllle presided,
CLUB MEKTLVC. PELlOHTFUL
A Christmas tree lighted yesterday
In a Pendleton home where hospitality
was belne - gTaolously extended, bore
clistcntnr tinsel and motifs which
have, spread the Yuletide epirit from!
crttKT9tn branches for the past thirty'
years. The tree was enjoyed by mem.
hers ott th epiazecinkturtxeb at the!
home of Mrs. A. It Cox and the
lhrfstma tokens were keepsakes of
I Mrs, F. J. McMimics who was assistant
i howes. Kclls, polnsetus nnd even
a miniature Sanln de-kid tha room
J whero flfti-en club iftemlws Hiid two
j additional Riiests, Mrs. Waller limit
j lug and Mrs. W. IK Humphreys, spent
; an informal afternoon, guilt plcelns
I token up by tho club supplied needle
work and viotrola music added charm,
while the final hour was marked by
! the iwrviig of a delicious lunc'jeon.
K. K. K. E.VTKRTAINrm
The humo of Miss Sybil Farley w.vi
the InterestiiiB scene last erenlBs of
K. K. K. tneetins, a myriad of rule
tide suKcestions marking unique ap
pointments.! A Christmas tree raised
its (tlft laden branches from a glisten
ing snow drift which centered a pretty
supper table and (Ninta, In his m
motor spou toward a little collage
"over the hill." Crimson randies and
bon bon bass supplemented Christmas
place cards hearing; the names of iMrs.
U W. Kinasbury, Mrs. Oscar Cutler,
Mrs. Thomas Ward, Mrs; 'William
Pierce. Mrs. Martla Klder. Miss Edna
Keeker, Miss Alma Rhorman. Miss
Mary Joerxer, Miss Elixabeth JoerBer,
Miss Laura Schwarts and the hostess.
iMusic afforded additional pleasure
to the evening. ...
ASKED TO MEET BISHOP
All ladies connected with the Church
of the Redeemed as members or
otherwise, are cordially invited to the
Rectory at J o"clock Monday afternoon
to parake of a cup of tea. with Bishop
F. W. Keator of the diocese of Olympia
to t ilk overn-ith him matters connect.
tvHOPF'S UPSTAIRS SHOP t
' r . lav T
Dresses to S37.50
; . Coats at Great (
Great Values in Georgette
Blouses for Xmas Gifts.
Over Taylor Hardware Stcre
'd with the wofk of women In tin
church and especially the work of the
The Bishop will also officiate at ttu
1 1 o'clock service Sunday nutming In
Hie Church of the Redeemer and will
speak in the cvenitiR nt Hie T:Sl o'clock
strvice In the Methodu-t churfh.
A men's dinner, cooked and served
l-y men, will be given in honor of the
Bishop Monday evening In Parish Hull
of the Church of the Redeemer.
IVIOUN AN O OPERA FEATPRKD.
I The feature of Kunilny's Viotrola
Ironcert at the County Library will be.'
1 six records from Iji Tmvlata, suiifr by
Caruso, Gluck, de ' I.uch, Martlnoili
and Galll Curct. Soups and violin se
lections will comprise the remainder
of the program. The music com
mences ut threo, though the reading
room la open from two until five
I Carnival of Venice, Part;'" II.
I.ul.su Tetraxxlni. ' ' ' '
I. Travlata ll Pj-ovenia II mar
vThy home in Fai I'rovlnce) Act 2
Verdi Guiscppe do Iuea.
S. Ijx -Travlata Mei miel bollenti
splrltl (Wild my di'cam ot youth)
Giovanni Martlnelli, '
4. I.iebesleid (Love's sorrow)
Frit Kreisler. ' '
6. Travlata Imponete (Now com
mand ate) Ameliht Galll-CiSrcl, Giu
seppe de Luca. ' '
. Travlata lite alia glovinc (Say-
to thy daughter) Amclit Galll-Curzi-Gluseppe
7. Travlata Brlndisl Llbiam nel
lieti calici (A bumper we'll drain)
Enrico Caruso-Alma Gluck.
8. Travlata Ah. fore- c'lui Ame
9. Traumerie Schumann . . Mischa
10. Roam in" in the gloamlh' Harry
11. Love's old sweet 'song (Molloy)
II., Santa Lucia (Neapolitan fojk
song) Reed Miller.
13. Swedish rrndle song Alma
Gluck and Efram Jdnibalist.
1-4. Swiss Echo Sour Lulsa Tetra-
zTnnl. " ' '
15. Scherzo-Tarantello (Henri Wie
niawakl) Jascha Helfetz.
IS. Angel's Eerenade (Gaetano
Braga) John McCormack - Frttz
WER HOSTESS "AT HOME"'
When one attains the age of four
years. It of course is an occasion for
rejoicing; not only by the one so hon
ored but by all those 'round about.
Such is the case today witfl little Miss
Eleanor Aldrich and she fias asked Ih
several neighbors. friends who have
also reached, or almost reached, that
advanced stage. She is enterta.ning
quite informally at the home of her'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.' B. Aldrich
on Perkins Avenue. The nearness of
Christmas affords double festivity and
birthday and Yuletide candles com
bine in gleaming brilliance, with holl
day appointments to delight the group
of little merrymakers.
MRS. LYTLE HERE
Mrs. If. Lytle. of Salem, Is
Pendleton visitor at the home of her
brother. James Hill.
On all Pyrallin and French Ivory sets Roll Up Sets ancl
separate pieces we will give a special discount of 25 per
On all dolls we will give a special discount of 20 per
We are offering some exceptional prices on phono
Regular $225.00 for .'. $175.00
With this machine 25 records FREE .
Regular $150.00 for
With this machine we give 10 records FREE
Regular $120.00 for : .....$95.00
With this machine 10 records FREE
Regular $50.00 for ...$45.00
With this machine 5 records FREE
Records selling for $1.00, special 7 for ...'..$5.00
We accept Liberty Bond3 at par for Phonographs.
THOMPSONS' DRUG STORE
-Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention.
We await your
COMING to avail
yourself of our un
usual holiday offer
Our stock of Christmas goods is most com
plete. Watch our windows, and look, over ou
stock before. you buy. : . ,
1 Fine Christmas Candies in boxes, jars and
bulk. 1 : ,.. - . - : -
All kinds of New Crop Nuts. :
Extra Fine Apples. . ,
' Table Raisins, Figs and Raisins Mixed;
Pulled Figs. ' 1 ' '
Fard and Golden Dates. ;r s
vAluminum, Percolators and Ball Tea Pots.
' Holly, Mistletoe and Fancy Wreaths. " .
? Most complete line of Fancy Groceries,'
Fruits and yegetables in Eastern Oregon.
Gray Bros: Grocery Co,
THREE rllQNES ' QUALITY
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Dr. Charles Thomsort, Representative
of the China' Inland Mission. 6:45 P.
ni., Christian Endeavor Devotlonals,
Miss Lnllift. leader. 1:30 p. m. Vnltin
services In the Methodist ehurch to
hear Bishop KeaMr.
t-trst ClirisliMit Church
Robert Lee 'Itussafoarger, mliilster;
Residence 104 Jackson street, phone
Sunday services will be as follows:
9:45 a. m., Itlhle school, H. H. DeHart.
Supt. 11 a. m Communion andV ser
mon. Subject, "A Messafrt. ronr the
Parliament." S:3fl p. m., Christian
Endeavor, Jaliln Vausht, President.
7:30 p. ni'., sermon, "The Green-Eyed
Monster." This is; the third address
in .the series of Sunday nljtht talks on
demonology. There will he good music
by th church choir, led by Joseph N.
8cott, as well as special music by Mc
Donald's orchestra. You are welcome
at the church with the friendly spirit.
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
holds services at 81 1-i Main street.
fFlrst stairway north, of -the Inland
Empire- Bank.V Sunday services are at
U a. m., and at 8 p. m. The subject
of the lesson -sermon for Sunday De
cember 12th, Is. "God the Preserver of
Man." Sunday school starts as 14 a.
' A Wednesday evening meeting which
Includes testimonials of healing, ' Is
held at 8 o'clock. The" ReadiWRoom
which Is maintained .at-the same ad
dress Is open to the public daily from
j a. m. to 9 p. in., where the Bible and
authorised Christian Science literature
may be read, borrowed or purchased.
liuri li of the. Redeemer
Itev. Alfred Iickwood, ."'ecirir.
8 a.m. Holy Communion. 9:lu San.
day school, n a. m., morning prayer
. Hlshop Keator who' ha been called
the jcrealcjt Insplialloiiii'l speaker In
the Northwest will preach the sermon.
Methodist church when Ilishop Keator
will speak on the Lambeth Conference
and Christian reunion. '
Monday afternoon at three Ihere
will be a Very Informal ut home at the
rectory at which time opportunity wll
he given any who cal to meet Hlsh
op Keator. At 6.15 Monday evening
the men's dinner In the parish hull
when the bishop wili fepeai;.
For the evenlnsservlee we Join with
other ehurcherfif the- city In tho
AIMHT THAT X.MAS GUT
' Tho Yuletide season Is the one in
which it Is up to all to radiate cheer
brightness sunshine. v' '
That being the case how can It be
done better or more wisely than
through the efforts, creations and of
ferings of the floris(.
Pay n visit once to Forehaw's in the
Kagle Building. Look over his stock
of imported art baskets, blooming
llrants, fresh flowers, etc.
:; WILL BE. OFFERED.
TJIIS WEEK ON ALL
CLOTH AND PLUSH
p t .;. i
PHOTOS " - '
Have your Xmas photos made bj
Ward we will take you In your home.
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REi'lT.V FROM PORTLAND.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Frentzel have re
tjirj td after a visit to Portland.,
U. RCHE S
AanoanoemoDts roe this deport
ment mast bt, submitted to the
E OregonJan- not' later than
1 Vtila y evening in order to be as
sured of publication oa Saturday.
Herman Lutheran services will be
held Sunday at 3 o'clock at the .Christ
ian Church. Rev. Blasburg will
Seventh T)jr AiIvciitlstH
Meet every Saturday In room 13 at
.109 K. Court street, Just over the Rub
her and Supply store. Sabbath school
at 10 a. is. Strangers welcome.
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SKOOKUM PANCAKE FLOUR
The only PANCAKE FLOUR MADE AT
ASK your Grocer.
220 E. Court Phono 351
enunii & Gill CO.
1 RaiiUst CIiUK
Rev W. II. Co, pastor. Residence
515 Bush street phone 1167.
Sunday morning Sunday school, F.
M. P.iley, Supf., 9:50. Preaching ser
vice, 11:00, Bx-Rabbl Goldman will
Sunday afternoon Ex-Rabbi Gold
man, 3:00, subject, "The Bolfjhevikl."
Sunday night It. Y. P.' U Mw C.
Daly, president, 6:30. Preaching ser-
vicej, 7f30. ' Rev. C. Thorrson, D. T.,i
China Missionary will' give an Illus
trated address using his lantern and
slides pictures taken by himself during
19 1-2 years In China. These services
are for you, come and bring yoUr fam
ily and neighbor.
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Wo liavo tha ovpIiiciva coin, nn Rrrinl.-fii.ti1 Rnllpr.
Without exception thig is the finest butter ever sold
in jencueion. , . " .
We absolutely guarantee every pound of it or
your money back. We have sold several thousand
pounds of this elegant butter Already and have never
had a complaint If you are dissatisfied with the
butter you are using now, try a pound of Brookfield.
It is quartered for you, no ragged cut butter for your
table. Use a cube at a time and the rest is sealed
from the dust until you are ready for it. There is noN
v cleaner, more sanitary. butter sold in Pendleton. , " ?.
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"M Die Supply" i
Phone 187 and 183
739 Main Street
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
- . . Proprietors
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' Tim M. B. Church
' Corner Uast Webb and Johnson
streets. ' John H. Secor, minister.
' Morning service Sunday school 10
a. m. Morning sermon, it a. m sub
Jtt. "Cheap Rewards."
Kvenln servjees Epworth T,eagne,
5:30 p. m., topic, "Peter's Recipe for
Success." ' leader, Marjory Payne.
Rishop Frederick W. Keator of Ta
coma, will address a union meeting at
7:30 p. m. Subject, "Church Unity."
Mid-weefc services, Wednesday even.
Ing 7:3"0. Hubject for the evening,
"letting Your Light Shine."
JOS East Alta.
The Salvation Army
Kunduy meetings Holiness meeting.
i 11 a. m. Sunday schoo 1:30 p. m. T.
Pi It.. :30 p. m. Salvation meeting
Wr.krlMt mttftintTK. TnfiulMir Thiirs.
dsy and Saturday night at t p. m.
10 1 Friday night, 7:30, Public Bible, Study,
led by Brother Mayfleld. Officers in
charge, ;aptain Jennie, Conrad and ;
Lieut. Mible Langdou.
, :t. ' Hi-hC IVel)lerlan church
21 Corner College and Alta streets,
2 FOR 23c AND UP
Trade Suppllnl Uy
Given with the' purchase of a
PATHE, AEOLIAN, VOCAL
ION, STRADIVARA AND
This is a boia fide offer and
there has been1 absolutely no
advance or change in- prices.
- Playt all records
GIVE HER A RUG FOR XMAS ..,
We are. showing the best.and most, beautiful line of
rugs in. Pendleton at the 1921 prices, ' , , ; ;
$233.00 9x12 nglo-Persian Rug ..........l......,;....$i56.0Q
$22.3.00 8.3x,10.6 Anglo-Persian Rug, now....t.u,$14O.O0
$164.00 9x12 Taprae Wilton Rug 1 1.00
$228.50 912 Harati Wilton Rug .........V.-....:$148.00
$218.00 8.3x10.0 Harati Wilton Rug ...i..,.....;.....:...$138.00
Other good grade Wilton Rugs, 9x12 and 8.3x10.6, ,
' from $79.00 up
" ' EXTRA SPECIAL . J
$15.00 40-lb. cotton felt Mattress, full size, for only $7.00
$8.50 large golden oak finished rocker, high back, for . V
,. only :. $4.50
$17.50 large solid oak golden finish, spring auto seat,
leather covered, now $8.00
$6.50 golden oak high chair, now '..:.'...'..i'.:....v$3.0i
$1.85 child s chair, yours fon
"' W offer 'as Suggestions for Xm GifUi
Table and Piano Lamps, Cedar Chests, Pictures, Easy
Chairs and Rockers, Pedestals and Smoking Stands,
Rugs, Dining, Living and Bed Room Furniture.
' , I - For the Children i
. Chairs, Rockers, High Chairs, Kiddie Kars, Doll Carts
ALL AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
220 E. Court
o'L Clark, pastor.
O 10: akm. Sabbiith whool, A.
103 E. Court
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