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DJUXT EAST OKECJONIAlt, PE3TOLFT0JT, OKrtJOir,
MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 13, 1020.
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Social and Club News
from Oregon City
where she visited
'I.l H MHCTIXO ENJOYKM
HI t.Mcn Club mom hers enjoyed a
t'ellghlful mrollnit Friday when they!
were srui'iitii of Mm. Frank CJriRSH t !
.r homo on Loran street. Appoint-1- '-' " ,s KXTlCKTAINKI).
menu eprpo of Christmas marked Tn, ,u,m' "f ilr8' FraIlk Brown was
the rrnlr and the earlier hours wore ,hr "vn" Thursday of an enjoynhle
tent In needlework for the hostess, a im,'p'l""! ot !"' ' Round Club
luncheon, daintily served, preceded nd-J ''"'"bora. Sewing afforded an lnfor
Journment, the event being shared ! mal diversion and n demonstration of
the einht cluh members and Mrs. J. aluminum, conducted by Mr. Harwell.
C. Xorern and Miss Kmily Mrltroom Pr,,vcd IntereMins. He also nave a
mniK ronieM anu Airs, it. KOKers
was the successf m member of the par.
ka additional Rue.st.
The next meetlnjf Is to be held at the
home of Mrs. D. L. Johnson.
mss or.ixoEn is huidk
A Sunday marriase service which
took place at two o'clock united Miss
V.dna OelnKcr and Wilson J. lex.
lielmer. Vows were exchanged at the
paraonaire of the Christian church nnd
ltev. R. L. Bnsxaharfrer officiated. Mr.
and Mrs. John Mulr accompanied the
The bride chose a dark talored cos
tume and the service was simply ap
pointed. Mr. and Mrs. IVxheimer are
to make their home In Umatilla
1A7.AAR IS Sl'CCESS
The sum of 1165 was realized by
the basaar held Thursday by the Pau
line Rebekah l.od;e in 1. O. O. F. hall.
The proceeds are to go to assist in pay-
ln exfcnsii of the orphans home.' sup.
ported by the order. The entertain
ment and dance held in connection
with the baitaar helped in swelling
the benefit coffers.
MPS. DICKSON TO ARRIVE.
Uik. John R. Dickson, of Portland,
formerly of this city arrived in Pen
dleton Saturday evening and is a guest
it the home of her son. H. W. Dickson.
Mrs, Dickson will remain here for
Chrutmaa and will be Joined during
he bolidav season by Mr. Dickson and
their son, Frank Dickson.
GUESTS FOR WEEK-END
Mrs. c. C. Mellinger of Tacoma and
her Bister, Mrs. Fred J. Aldrich, of
M'alla Walla, were housesuests of Mrs.
Harry E. Nelson over the week-end.
They departed today for the Garden
MRS. L1VERMORE RETURNS
Mrs. I C. IJvermore has returned
A lea hour was enjoyed before the
guetts departed. - ,
Th next meeting Is to be held In a
fortnight at the home of Mrs. Ray.
mond with Mrs. Raymond and Mrs.
Joe Cheney as hostesses.
WILL VISIT IX SEATTLE
Mrs. o. H Periiifter, Mr. and Mrs.
John M. Dolph, Misa Vera Temple and
Carl Pcrinser motored today to Walla
Walla from where Mrs. Perinser and
Carl Perimrer will go to Seattle. After
a short visit there Mrs. Perlnrer will
co on to Rellinghnm to be the guest of
W. C. T. V. WILL MEET
The W. C. T. IT. is to meet at 2:30
o'clock tomorrow. The meeting will
take place at the library and Is plan
ned to further arrangements, for, a lo
cal W. c. T. V. institute to be hold in
the early weeks of January.
MOTOR TO WALLA WALLA.
Mr. and Mrs. L. X. Niccolls motored
to Walla Walla yesterday and enjoyed
the day with Mr. and Mrs. "Chester
Martin. They made their firsfcall
upon wee Miss Jacqueline Martin,
whose arrival was a recent event.
ARE GUESTS FOR D.VY.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hanscom are
visitors today from their home near
Cold Springs. Mr. Hanscom's mother.
Mrs. Frank Stevens, of Bickleton.
Washington, -will accompany them
homo for a visit
BUSY BEE CLUB TO MEET.
Busy Bee Club Members have been
asked to meet tomorrow afternoon as
Kuests of Mrs., Joe Hanscom at her
home. 407 Mark street. Important
business is to be discussed.
CHAPTER WILL ELECT
Election of officers and Initiation
will mark a meeting of Bushee Chap
lor, o. E. S., scheduled for tomorrow
evening. It will begin at 7:30.
GCII.D IH ORGANIZED
At the home of Mrs. R. Raymond on
Water street, a Westminister Guild of
the Presbyterian church was formed
fvitnrday, nineteen charter members
launching the orKunlzatlou. Officers
chosen were, president, Mrs. r. M. Col
lier; first vice-president, Mrs. A. M.
Crystnll; second vice-president, Mrs,
Guy Roydcn; secretary, Mrs. George
Slangier; treasurer, Mrs. H. S. Mc
Kemie. Mrs. L. H. Hamlev. Mrs. K. J.
nark, and Mrs. Elmer McCormick
were chosen as the new membership
An enjoyable musical program
marked the afternoon. Mrs. Vinton
Robinson contributing two delightful
violin numbers and Miss Johnson a
charming piano solo, and the guests
then shared an informal tea hour.
The next meeting will be held at
the home of Mrs. Benson on LUleth
street on January f .
DANCING PARTY TOMORROW
Tomorrow evening will be the oc
casion of the third of a series of danc
ing parties being given' by Pendleton
Elks. The affair will be the second
of theinformal . numbers and tables
will be arranged for the pleasure ot
euests who prefer cards to dancing-.
The Elks club will be the scene of the
ARTISANS WILL MEET.
Initiatory and team work will mark
a meeting of the United Artisan to
night at the Eagle-Woodman hall.
The meeting is In honor of Dr. Eiah
elman, supreme visiting physician.
Refreshments will be served during
We await your
COMING to avail
yourself of our Un
usual holiday offer-
NEW GOODS 11)11 CHIUSTM.XS TltAPH
Universal Ball Tea Pots and Percolators make useful Gifts,
Look over our stock.
Lurise line of Fine Fresh candy In Boxes .. I.V to 3.25
:o Kinds of Fresh Christmas Candy, pound !Mk
raid Dates, pouiul , !Hk!
(olden Dates,, pound ,. ll)c
Evtra Fine Spltxenberg, Wlnesap, Winter Banana and
other fine apples 'would make a fine present for the whole
Table Raisins, pound -10c and IHK
Large Boxes fancy 4 Crown Ralslr.s, each 1:1.23
Oregon Walnuts. Fllbcrte, Almonds and Brazil Nuts, Pressed
and Pulled Figs. , . V
Sweet Cider, Eastern Oystei-s, Dressed Poultry, Cranberries,
Oranges, llnnunas, Japanese Oranges. Fig, Fruit and Plum
Pudding, White and Bed drapes. Mince Meat, Rich's Crystal- '
lied Ginger. ' , .
Gray Bros, Groceiy Co.
THREE V HONES QUALITY
students of the school have acted as
models for the artists and .the result
of the work is being exhibited on the
walls ot the art room. The class is al
so doing good work in posters and will
contribute greatly to the annual with
their art work. Many students have
announced their plans to study art
next semester and if matjy. jnore stu
dents enroll the class will have to
move to a larger room as wi one m
now is too small to accommodhte all
convenlenttly. Miss Carol Wurtenber.
ger .formerly of Reed College and head
of the art department In the Portland
nubile schools. Is instructor in the
Art Class Doing Fine Work. The
art department of the school is doinr
fine work along the lines of pencil
drawings and cartoonlngs. Several
HOPF'S UPSTAIRS SHOP
Smart New Blouses Just Unpacked
' At Work on Annual. The editor
and business managers jre at work .on
the high school annual which will gj
to press in May. Several names havo
been suggested but none as, yet have
been chosen. The one perhaps receiv
ing the most attention is the tuinu
Mox-in 'Mu-Rich which Is the Indiun
A-ord meaning from year to yean It
has been suggested that the entire an
nual be worked out with the Indian
motive predominating. Several suit
able picture have been received to
be used and the art department Is ac
tive in furnishing the illustrations for
the pages. Major Leo Moorhou-re is
helping .the staff In getting suitable
ideas for such a publication and the
btaff and school wish to thank hini for
his help. '
Assisting Willi library' Wurlt.-!-Ml8s
Subra Nason and Miss FreBa, ihvw.
of the county library, spent the day
at the school, assisting Miss Hazel Wy
rick with the library work. This task
will soon be completed and students
put In charge. The work of Miss Na-
son, Miss Glover and Miss Wyrlck l
purely voluntary and the student body
feels greatly Indebted to them for
their work in putting the school li
brary on a standard basis.
I assures you that there is
no substitute for
I Scott's Emulsion!
An old saying, but nonethe-1
less true: A bottle ot
taken in time, helps
TALK OVER PROBLEMS
Just in by Express and Purchased at the Re-adjusted Pi
styles in Georgette Blouses, in new shades of tomato, honey dew, brown, navy, bisque
aim yi uiic. aiucs umi, nave ueen seuing arouna $iu.ou to $lZ.du.
SPECIAL FOR HOLIDAY SHOPPERS $6.95
Freslunen Defeat Juniors In the
class games held at the school Friday
evening the Freshman team defeated
he Junior team by a small margin.
The seniors with four men held the
i-ophomores to a score of 1S-23. Aft-
er this evening's games two teams will
be chosen to play for the Interclass
championship. Dick Lawrence has
been acting as referee for tile class
II A K I W A It K S T O It K
T A Y Ii O It
iiiiiwuiiiwiiiiwiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin iiwMiiwiiiiM i Hi,, , Swiiiii
Lanterns Out. The Lantern, . high
school publication, made its last ap
pearance this year yesterday. The pa
per was presented to each student in
the school whether a subscriber or not
with the compliments of the staff. On
the front pago of this ISKue is a picture
of the victorious football squad of the
MARIOX, Ohio, Dec. 13. (A. P.)
The league of nations deadlock and
other problems to be faced by the next
administration were tttlked over va.
Iween President-elect Harding yester
day and Herbert Hoover, an advocate
of the league, 'who came here as one
of the first men to be summoned by
Mr. Harding in his promised "meeting
"We went over about the whole
gamut of world and national troubles,"
taid Mr. Hoover after the conference,
"and we solved none of them."
Besides the league, International
conditions and European relations
were the particular subjects on which
the president-elect sought the advice
of his visitor an dthere also were re
ferences to. appointments Mr. Mard
Ing Is to make in constructing his ad
ministration. Mr. Hoover frequently
has been mentioned for plsslble mem
bership In the cabinet, but ho said to
day's discussion of appointments was
cHusal and nut conclusive.
WILL BE OFFERED
THIS WEEK ON ALL
CLOTH AND PLUSH
: ' ; ;SUITS ; . :
Joliason-MatlicW Suit Dismissed
Upon petition of the attornej-g in the
case, the suit of nick Johnson vs. Al
len Mathes has been dismissed in cir
MARIOX. Dec. 13. (A. P.) Sena
tor Harding today conferred with Eli
hu Hoot regarding his proposed asso
ciation of nations.
Have yonr Xmas photos made bj
Warrl w will take vnu In vnnr linmn.
John Vert has returned from Can
ada where he looked after wheat In
terests." Mr; Vert relumed here some
months ago from Scotland. Mrs. Vert
Is still there and Mr. Vert will ' Join
her later. Crop conditions in Canada
are good, Mr. Vert states.
BUY A BARREL OF FLOUR
All out-doors invites your
;ri. . i ii 'ii i
ins a gut no sooner openea man us uscu.
t We don't mind the Christmas rush except that
it causes inconvenience to you and the rest of
our customers and, of course, we don't like
that Shop early in the month, early in the day
that's pretty good advice but of course we're
glad to see you any time.
Kodaks from $9.49 up Brownies, $2.86 up.
THE PEN DLETON DRUG CO.
THE REXALL STORE. '. v
We carry all kinds in stock. Montana Hard
Wheat, Nebraska Hard Wheat, Minneapolis
AND ALL LOCAL FLOURS.
Prices The cheapest at the present time.
You are benefited if you buy a barrel of flour.
HELP MR. FARMER.
UMATILLA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
1300 W. Alta
WASHINGTON',. Dec. 13. (A. P.)
One patient. Sergeant Alzlng Messen
ger, formerly of the Seventh Coast Ar
MUery, is believed to have been burned
to death and several other patients
were injured, none seriously, Hunduy,
In n. fire that destroyed two of the psy
chopathic wards of Walter Jteed mili
The fire, which hospital authorities
believe was started by one of the pa
tients with matches smuggled into hit
room, threatened for a tlmo to spread
to other wards. Including several In
which disabled world war veterans are
patients, was checked by the oomblneo,
efforts of the hospiu.1 and Washington
The two wards, 4 3, In which violent
ly insane are confined and No. 41, In'
which other psychopathic patients un
dergo treatment, contained "0 patients.
All, with the exception of Scrgcnnt
Messenger, were removed before the
blaze gained much headway.
The loss was estimated as little more
Hum Jennings Uryan to confer with
him hero on December IT regarding
the plun for an association of nations.
He conferred . today with , Colonel
(Jem Be Harvey, who favors staying out
of the Versailles Irague. Tomorrow he
will talk with llerlcrt Hoover, a lender
of the pro-league group.
IIAKWXO 1XVITKS llltVAX
MARION, Dee. 13. tA. President-elect
Hardin? h;is -Invited Wll-
You Needn't keep on feeling dis
tressed after eating, nor belching, nor
experiencing nausea between meals.
Hood's Knrsaparllla cures dyspepsia
It strengthens the stomach and other
digestive organs for the proper per
formance of their functions. Take
Hood's. . '
REVIVE THE GAME
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These man put football on trial
t Trinity College, Durban, South
Carolina, this year after a lapse
of t yeare and made sood. Ther
ai Coach Floyd Eagan (top) and
Baiton Jones (bottom), captain
of the Trinity eleven. They never
Joet game this year and the foot
ball nplrlt has been rerlred to
Given with the purchase of a
PATHE, AEOLIAN, VOCAL.
ION, STRADIVARA AND
This is a bona fide offer and
there has been absolutely no
advance or change in prices.
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PIyi JI record
GIVE HER A RUG FOR XMAS y
We are showing the best and most beautiful line of
rugs in Pendleton at the 1921 prices.
$233.00 9x12 Anglo-Persian Rug .....1!.$1S0.00
$223.00 8.3x10.6 Anglo-Persian Rug, now.......: $140.00
$164.00 9x12 Taprae Wilton Rug $1 11.00
$228.50 9x12 Harati Wilton Rug i i.........$148.00
$218.00 8.3x10.6 Harati Wilton Rug $138.00
Other good grade Wilton Rugs, 9x12 and 8.3x10.6,' r
from .,..:.:.......;....: .......$79.00 up
$15.00 40-ib," cotton felt Mattress, full size, for only $7.00
,$8.50 large golden oak finished rocker, high brick, for
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 , $3.00
$1.85 child's chair, yours for ....""!..!!$l!l5
We offer, as Suggestions for Xmaa Gifts t ,
Table and Piano Umps, Cedar Chests, Pictures, Busy
Chairs and Rockers, Pedestals and Smoking Stands,
Rug3, Dining, Living and Bed Room Furniture.
For the Children:
Chairs, Rockers, High Chairs, Kiddie Kars, Doll Carta
ALL AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
CRAWFORD MIM CO.
103 E. Court
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