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VkWt PAST OKEaOWIAlT, PSIIDLETOIt, OBSSOH, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 14, 1020.
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SociaZ and Club News
MASONS l:TIM:TAl 'H.M'Ti:il he home of .Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Jorurd
I'mdlMiin maiins iiltiiiiiril laxl ;on Lincoln street. :.lss xya Is a liii-ee
eniri(r fur nidnbi-ra of the Eastern ;i'f ilrs. Jprard.
Blur and the ev.nt wfiH an enjoyable I - "
tine. uathertnt; in the Masonic hull
nearly two hundred fulK shared enter- J
taimnent diliRhtfnl and unique, a piv
grnm to tnikn mid music 4-mK supple
mented by a vontrikHuitsi pet'ialty,
tleorfie J;m kon formrr itrphoum en-v
terlatner, who a inlro4lueed by hi?
title of the- Htatc, Professor Ashley, fur
a t-omedy nklt omllovmi? two nejsro
''converKallnnaliHis." The additional
j martini included the following nimi
ler; MukIc MclVmald Orchestra
Talk Rev. John Secor
V i Mai Solo Mrs. Wood yard
Quartet Mrs. M'oodyartl. Mis
Grace A. Cllliani, Mr. Owen, Mr.
VtK-al Solo... Mr. Piirasne
Talk on Maconry riishop Ken tor
Danrln marked the final hour and
a d llcloun buffet hint heon was served,
js guicst ron week-end.
MiKt Genevieve Xye, of I'asco, re
turned home yesterday after a week
end vhdt In Tendleton as a truest at I
LITTLE FlCt.l.OW IS HOST
J Hilly UhtHlex j'Vovcd liimself an ex
cellent host yesterday when, upon the
i sixth anniversary of his birth, he en
tertained a Rroup of his particular
friends. The entertaining was done
t the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W". A. Rhodes, on Lewis street.
Christinas greens and gay motifs sup
plied most attractive decoration and
Billy gave everybody ther a really
fnacinuttng baloon. Then there was a
Steaming- nirtnaay cake that cams
along with such aooa refreshments
and Santa Clans favors for the party
made the entire event just rlsht.
Hilly's quests were Beverly Simpson,
Muriel Parkes, John Chloupek, Tony
Chlopek, Jack Elkins, Shirley Thomp
son, Mary Louis Pickson." Mary liond,
Janet Lafontaine, Roger Menton, Hob-
I ie Mayberry, Hilly Creswcll, Mar
llowland, Jane Trombley and Bobbie
WOMEN' GRECT BISHOP
, The rectory of the Church of the
Dear Santa Claus "
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Redeemer housed an Interesllnt; nulh
erlnK yesterday when women of the
t'.insn ana friends were asked to greet
..isoop rretierick W. Keator, of the
1,1 oiympin. The bishop talk
ed of the work of tho mn.,'
Iliary and touched Informally on some
"w exiK-rtencea enjoyed b- Mrs
Keator and himself on their visit to
r-ngiand to attend the lmiiiu.ii. .
lerence or bishops held in London last
summer. The entire Anglican church
was represented und the gntherlng In
cluded churchmen from many parts of
me worm. Hishop Keator told of In
teresting visits to Lambeth palace, the
home of the blshv,p of London, to Ful
ham Palace, and to th famous old
baton college. He described also the
impressive processions held in Canter
The world representation airreed in
Its favor of the Unity, plan for
churches, and Bishop Kentor wns ap-
nuiuea a member of a committee of
TO to frame important resolutions te
mat eno. i nc conference was In ses
sion in London for five, weeks, -
The bishops talk was followed yes
terday by an Informal tea hour.
SOCIETY WILL SEW '
The Womnna Home Missionary so.
ciety will meet tomorrow In the par
lors of the First Methodist Episcopal
Church. Members are asked to bring
tiumoies ana darning needles aa
comfort is to be tacked. , .
DEGItEB TO BE ENTERTAINED
The Degree of Honor will meet to
morrow ufternoon In Union Hall at
S:3 o'clock. Mrs. Lotto Long- and
her committee will entertain and all
members are invited.
CHRISTMAS STORY IS THEME
The Bible Reading Circle will meet
tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock In
Parish hall. The theme of the reading
will be the Christmas story.
Hot Lunches for ' Schools,
Dressmaking, Fireless Cook
ery and Emergency Service
Are Directed by Agent.
Fifteen Umatilla county towns are
carrying on Home Bureau work under
me direction of Mrs. Edith G. Van
Deusen, home demonstration
according1 to a recent report made by
Mrs. Van Deusen showing the work in
the various communities.
At Athena, the Civic Club has a
committee which will meet later with
We await your
COMING to avail
yourself of our un
usual holiday offer
iwimnnir in ii mi
Good Brooms, each ' 75c
Fresh Ranch Butter, 2 pound roll $1.10
Oregon Quality Cheese, Monster Tillamook,
pound , 45c
Norweigen Stock Fish, pound 50c
New Crop Fard Dates, pound 50c
Extracted Honey, ..1-2 gallon, $1.50; gallon, $3.00
Everything good for Christmass . Dates, figs,
table raisins, fruit cake nuts, candy, fine fruits,
holly mistletoe fancy apples, crystalized Ginger,
sweet cider sweet potatoes, cranberries, eastern
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
- - . -HIBJEE rHONES , QUALITY
nd the other on Interior decoration.
Club Is Orgim.
The Neighborhood Club Is the or
ganization through which Mrs. Van
Deusen carries on her work at Colum
bia. Clothing work has been done in
Columbia and the school serves hot
lunches to all its pupils. school
won first place In the hot lunch con-
test at the Hcrmistott Dairy aitd Hog
Echo has had a dress form ' school
and has adopted other projects, work
ng through the Ladies Aid. Hernils
ton had a clothing school, demonstra
tions an exhibits at the Field Day and
the Dairy and Hog Show. The Par
ent Teacher Association is at work on
the hot lunch project for the schools,
and millinery and sewing schools are
on the calendar for early spring.
Hot Lunch Installed.
Dress forms, dressmaking and mil
linery schools have been held in Mil
ton, many of the Freewater women at-'
tending also. The Grove school at
Milton has installed hot lunches, while
the Freewater school serves hot lunch
each day to about 63 children, under
the supervision of the domestic science
A dress form class and a demonstra
tion of the fireless cooker marked the
Helix program. Three fireless cook
ers were ouule. Schools in sewing,
dress forms and clothing were held at
Umapine. Hot lunches have been in
stalled In the school.
Demonstrations of the fireless cook
er were held at Nolin, while at Pilot
agent, 'oclc a dress torm school and the or-
fsniLioii 01 classes ror other pro
jects later lit the spring complete the
Pendleton Work Xotetl.
In Pendleton, women were given In-
Mrs. Van Deusen and arrange for con-i . pn ln the """king of dress forms.
venient dates for the activities adopt- l'," m""ner' and child feeding.
d in an open meeting December
Mrs. Van Deusen has given two lec-
tures at the club, one on c(vic work
GIVE HER A BLOUSE FOR XMAS.
VERY EXCEPTIONAL VALUES FOR GIFTS.
SMART NEW BLOUSES JUST UNPACKED
Just in by Express and Purchased at the Re-adjusted Prices
Vr ,ri :y , slVes m ueorgette Blouses, in new shades
of tomato honey dew, brown, navy, bisque and prune. Values
nave weir string arouna lu.ou to $12.50.
SPECIAL FOR HOLIDAY SHOPPERS $6.95
..merinncy work was done during the
Influenza epidemic. Mrs. Van Deusen
fcave lectures at the teachers' institute.
iwo groups In Stanfield have adopt
ed a community work propram. The
first project will foe dress form mak.
ng. At Lmatilla the home demon
stration agent assisted in organizing
a Home liureau which held successful
Classes In dress form making, cloth
ing ana miiinery. A child welfare
program was adopted and the hut
To Hold Meeting
Dress forms and dressmakins occu.
pied the program at Weston. IVcston
vlll have a community meeting later
:'nd will adopt a year's nroKram.
Weston Mountain haw had classes ln
dress forms and dress making and has
asKeu for both clothing and millinery
GENEVA, Dec. 14. (A. I'.) Amer
ican army aviation experts, headed by
Major Hurwell, are expected to arrive
soon In lludendorf, four miles north
east of Zurich, to attend a test of an
airplane silencer, Invented by tho
Swiss engineer, Klrger, says a despatch
from Zurich, The Americans will fly
from Coblcns to Budedorf, the dispatch
It Is said Americans may buy tho
patent for the silencer, If the test
GIFT GIVEN CHARITY
' LOXDCOT. Dec. 14. (A. P.) Miss
Eleanor May Ouggrenhelm, daughter
of bolomon R. Guggenheim, who la to
be married Thursday In St. Murgarets,
w estmmtster, to Viscount Stuart, son
and heir of the sixth Earl of Castle M
Stuart, has divided the JjO.Ouo en
gagement present given her by the vis
count between various American char
ities, the King Edward Hospital fund
in London and Tyrone country hospit
LVCEKNB. Switzerland, Dec. 14.
(A. P.) Former King Constantine
and his party left on their homewurd
Journey to Athens today. They were
cheered at the station as they depart
NEW YORK, Dec. 14. (A. P.) A
dispatch from Peking predicted the
probable loss of millions of lives un
less relief is forwarded promptly has
been received by the Near East relief
The message said:
"Representatives of all tho famine
relief committees, ln conference in Pe
king, find that 16.000.Boo persons are
facing death from starvation and cold.
Available resources of all theinterna
tionai famin relief committees, the
American Ked Cross included, are In
a position to support only 600,000.
"Government and other Chinese
held is Inadequate to prevent a very
great loss of life. Unitedly we urge
the foreign mission conference to ap
peal to American and Canadian
WILL BE OFFERED
THIS WEEK ON ALL
CLOTH AND PLUSH -
The Turkish military has given
American relief workers assurance,
dispatch received here today announc
ed, that they would not be molested ln
their Armenian activities.
Approval of the work wns express
ed by tho Turkish national government
It was said, and Its cooperation was
DiitolT instantly on tongue,
et in hot or cold water, or
ichy. Try at soda fountain.
ALSO IN TABtrf FOWM
XAO BY SCOTT SOWN!
Wan! w WH uin you your honie.
Have jvur Xmas photos mad b
Dr. K. J. York, the "Chinese Spe
cialist has spent years in study and
research work, both In- China and
this country, thus enabling him to
tiut any acute ana chronic- disease
of men and women.
He uses only curative Chinese
roots and herbs a a means of treat
ing diseases known to human be
ings. Theso remedles hav ticen used
for many generations and have
been given credit by patients using
them! "" '"
Anyone who may be suffering
can call to see him.
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Walla Walla, Wash.
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Protect Home Industry. Protect the farmer.
UMATILLA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
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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
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