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DAILY EAST C3LS302OAH, rZXELETOST, CSS SON, SATURDAY IVEmO, JAKXIAS7 23, 1021.
Social and Club News
Tamhourln Chlnois (Kreislcr, Op. S)
Berceuse l.ulhiliy from Joselyn (God-
ard ) Alma Uluck.
LITEUATl'ItR Cl.l'n MEKTS
Scandinavian literature formed the
theme for mi interesting- meeting of (played a nolo with piano accompanl
, fltOUKAM TO UK IlKI'KATKt).
The VHorole program ulven at the
I'RMlllta County IJnrary last Sunday
proved n popular that it will be re
peated, tiy reinietit, at tomorrow aft
ernoon' weekly concert. The records
ar th property of Mm IJne RturRia.
Following Is the program:
Hear the Gentle Lark (Hlshop)
Alma Ului It.
Son of the Chime. Cradle Pong
Worrell) Alma luck.
Who Knows? (Paul U Punbar-Ernest 'and a review of
It. Ball) John McCormack.
Miishula (nowe-Macmurrough) John
fk hemo Taranlelle (Henri Wlenla-
wakl. Op. J) Jaacha Heifot.
The Hrook (Tennyson-lVilores) Alma
relieve M If All Those Endearing
Young Charma (Moore) John Mc-
The Moon Has Raised Her Lamp
Above (Julea Henedict John Mc-Cormack-Itelnald
Oavotte in O (MoiarO Mischa Elman.
' Carmena Vocal Walt.
My Wild Irish Hose (Chauncey Olcott)
Sweet Oenevieve (Cooper-Tucker)
, John McCormack.
Whispering Hope (Alice Hawthorne)
Alma Oluck-Louise Homer.
"Spanish Psnce, Xo. 8 (Sarasatl, Op.
Iu. ru Ugst Mir Im Heriten (You j BAND BOYS GUESTS
Uve In My Heart) Alma Gluck-1 The members of the boys' band ot
Paul Itcimrrs). I the Hawthorne school were honor
Silver Threads Amonc the Gold (Rex- guests last night when the Taren;-ford-ranks)
John McCormack. Teacher Association, of which Mra
Will Wyrlck la pres.dent, entertain
ed with a cafeteria lunch In the re
ception rooms of the Presbyterian
church. Numbers by members of the
band comprised the greater part of the
program, and among; the soloists wa
Tom Raker, seventh crude pupil who
the Current Literature Club yesterday
afternoon, for which Mrs. David B.
Hill was hostess at the library clun
room. Mrs. James Johns, Sr. gave a
rending from "Pelle the Connuerer."
'The Great Hunger"
tov Johan Boier, was read by Mrs.
Fred Dohncrt. Poema from Stork's
Swedish Anthonolgy were read by Mrs.
Charming musical numbers complet
ed the program. Mrs. James Hill sang
"Mon Desir'1 (My Desire.) by Nevln,
with piano accompaniment by Mrs, U.
W. Phelps. "Florian's Song" was sung
by Miss Mildred Berkeley, with Mrs.
lavid Hill at the piano. Two violin
Kilos, "Cavatina" and "When Summer
Comes," were played by Mrs. Vinton
Robinson, with piano accompunlmem
by Mrs. H. S. MacKenxle.
During the social hour which fol
lowed. Mrs, W. E. Brock and Mrs, S,
H. Porshaw presided at the tea table,
where sweet peas and spring blossoms
-were attractively used as a centerpiece.
The hostess was assisted In serving by
Mis Mildred Berkeley, Miss Elsie Fil
maurlce and Mrs. James Welch.
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nent by Miss Harriett Banejumln.
Mrs. Baker anna; a charming vocal
solo, with violin o Ml unto by her dnugn.
ter, Miss Claire Baker and piano ac
companiment by Mlsa Bamel John.
aon. Mrs. S. H. ForshaWa Dleaslna
solos with Mrs. F. E. Boyden at the
piano, were enjoyed. Barents and
teachers are delighted with the pro
gress of the band and are planning
more entertainments for the future,
TEA IS GIVEN.
Mrs. Clarence" Fcnland and Mrs.
Raymond Hatch were hostesses yes
terday afternoon .for an Informal tea
at the home of Mrs. Kitten. The
rooms of the Hatch resilience were
charmingly decorated with painted
Japanese lotus blossoms and eucalyp
tus In shades of sold, blue, rose and
cerise. During the afternoon, Mrs. J
H. McCook nana; selections, with Mrs.
B. M. Huntley at the piano. Vocal so
los by Mrs. Clair Edwards, with piano
accompaniment by Miss Barbara Ed-i
monds, completed the musical pro
gram. The hostesses were assisted in
serving refreshments by Mrs. A. E.
McCulley and Airs. F. M. Harper.
Quests for the affair were Mrs. Fred
Hennlon, Mrs. Mac Hoke, Mrs. ltoy
Rew, Mrs, E. E. Geist, Mrs. Clouser,
Mrs. U I. Idleman. Mrs. F. M. Hunt
ley, Mrs. Benson, Mrs. J. B. McCook,
Mrs. Thomas Robertson, Miss Barbara
Edmonds, Mrs. George Edmonds, Mrs.
Garlow, Mrs. P. M. Collier, Mrs. Fred
Smith, Mrs. Sprague, Mrs. Thomas.
Mrs. Hendricks, Mrs. Burnham, Mrs.
Clair Edwards, Mrs. J. W. Maloney,
Mrs. A. E. McCulley, Mrs. George 1
Clark and Mrs. F. M. Harper.
PIONEERS WILL. MEET
A meeting of the Pendleton Ploneei
Ladles Club, scheduled for Tuesda!
afternoon In the county library, prom
ii.es to be decidedly Interesting. The
presentation of the gavel will be made
by Mrs. W. B. Mays. Mrs. Will M.
Bennett will sing, with piano accom
paniment by Mrs. Charles Bond. A
reading, "What a Woman C,an Do," by
Mrs. F. M. Riley, and a character
sketch, by Mrs. W. B. Mays, are addl
tinal numbers planned. ''Ben Bolt,"
and "I Cannot 8ing the Old Songs,"
tlll be sung by Mrs. T. A. Wylie. Hos
tesses for the afternoon are Mrs. Winn
Johnson, Mrs. William Matlock, Mrs.
Ellen Bond, Mrs. Mary Lane, Mrs.
H. E. Bickers, Mrs. Lee Moorhouseh
Mrs. Llna Sturgis, Mrs. J. F. Robinson,
Mrs. Frank Frazier and Mrs. Jessie
CLUB IS ENTERTAINED.
Members of the Eldeen Club and
their husbands were guests last night
att he home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
McRae. 623 Garfield street. "600'
was played during the evening and
score trophies fell to Milt Ross and
Mrs, Earl . Gillanders. Supper was
served late In the evening. Clue
members present, besides the hosts.
were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Allen, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Comtek, Mr. and Mrs.
B. Gill, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Johns,
Mr. and Mrs. F. M, Griggs, Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Crabtree and Mrs Alfred
Smith. Guests of the club were Mr.
and Mrs. Milt Ross. Mr. and Mrs. A.
M. Chrystal and Mr. and Mrs. John
MISS WADE HONORED
Miss Wilma Wade was honored on
the occasion of her sixteenth birth
day when a group of friends called, as
a surprise at ther home on West Webb
street last night. Pink carnations
were used at the Wade home, where
dancing and games formed the even
ing's diversion, and preceded the
serving of refreshments. Guests pres
ent were Miss Elzora Nelson, Miss
Nancy Meade, Miss Elizabeth Fergu
son, Miss Barbara Edmonds, James
Clark, Harry Richardson, Elmer Poze
gar and Tom Montgomery.
P. T. A. Elects.
Mrs. L. D. Idleman was chosen yes
terday as president of the Lincoln
Parent-Teacher Association, succeed-1
Ing Mrs. James Welch who resigned, i
Mrs. Idleman has been acting as vice
president, and Mrs. Fred Llcuallcn
was chosen as her successor. Miss
Florence Sweet is secretary of the or
ganization. Besides a program pre
sented by the pupils, R. K. Tucker
spoke on community service and dis
cussion of this subject was entered in
to by Mrs. William Lowell and E. B.
MISS SHAW HONORED
Miss Flora Hhaw, principal of the
Washington school, was honored In a
charming way at a luncheon given re
cently by the eighth grade girls' do
mestic science class. A dainty lunch
eon menu was served by the girls, un-
i der the direction of Mis Kate Voor
hees, Instructor In domestic science.
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Announcements ror Oils depart
ment must bt submitted to the
Kb- Oregontan not later Mian
Friday evening in order to be as
sured of publication on Saturday.
308 E. Alta, strcet.v The meetings
are as follows: Saturday night, 8 p.
m.; Sunday morning, 11 a. m.; Sun
day school, 1:30 p. m.; young peo
ples legion, 8:30 p. m.; calvatlon meet
ing, 8 p. m.
All are cordially invited to attend
these services! Come and brlrvg your
'Corner College and Alta. Rev. G.
Clark, pastor, Rec. 606 E. Alta;
Phone 631. Supt. A. C. Funk will op
en the Sabbath school promptly at 10
o'clock.' Classes for all ages. The
subject of the morning sermon at
11 Is "The Present Day Runctlon of
the Church." The Christian Endeav
or Devotionals at 6:45. At 7:30 the
pastor will speak on "Fellowship with
the Divine." One of the several
churches Inviting you to the services
of the Sabbath day.
R. L. Bussabarger, Minister,
dence, 104 Jackson.
"The Personality of Jesus" will be
the theme of the Sunday morning ser
mon at the First Christian church. At
the evening hour, seven thirty o'clock,
the minister will deliver the last of the
series of Sunday night addresses on
"Fools of the Bible." "The Foolish
Five" is the special theme. Bible
school will meet at 9:35 a. m., Chris
tian Endeavor at 6:30. The chorus
choir, led by Joseph N. Scott, will
sing at both morning and evening
services. A cordial welcome await
all who come to worship in the church
with the fgriendly spirit.
First Church of Christ, Scientist
holds services at 813 1-32 Main street.
(First stairway north of the nland
Empire Bank.) Sunday services are
at 11 a. m. and at 8 p. m. The sub
ject of the lesson-sermon for Sunday,
January 20th, is "Love." Sunday,
school starts at 10 a. m.
A Wednesday evening meeting
which Includes testimonials of healing,
is held at 8 o'clock. The Reading
room which is maintained at the same
address ,1s open to the public dally
from t a. m. to 9 p. m. where the
RHilo and authorized Christian Science
literature may be read, borrowed or
Tho public Is cordially Invited to at
tend church services and to. visit the
Court and Matlock St J,
Sunday morning services In
church. Sunday school at 10 a.
Morning service at 11 a. m. No eve
ning service In the church. This will
be the opening service of the Evnti-
gelistic campaign with Evangelists
Meming and Harding with Prof.
Shank and wife as singers. Great
mass meeting In Oregon Theatre -at
2:30 p. m. Every church member
and all who are not members of
churches are Invited to attend these
meetings and help make them a great
thing for our city. Great service In
the Theatre at 7:30 p. m. Sunday
and every evening following. These
are two of the best preachers and
speakers In our land, we feel very for
tunate In securing them for this meet
ing. They go from here to the Public
Auditorium in Portland for a union
meeting of the churches there and of
course their time is limited for this
city so don't fall to hear them every
evening. Rev. Fleming Is known as
the "Race Horse Evangelist" due to
the fact that he used to be Interested
in the renowned Kentucky racers, he
will have some Interesting stories
about horses that will do you good to
P. S. Don't forget Sunday school.
Remember there's a place and a wel
come for you at this church. We are
organizing some new classes and will
be glad to have you In one of them.
You are welcome.
Cliiiroli of the Redeemer
Rev. Alfred Lock-wood, rector.
8:00 a. m.. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m., Sunday school.
11:00 a. m.. Morning prayer and ser
mon. 4:00 p. m Vespers and sermon.
The rector will preach at the morn
ing service on "Keeping the Faith In
an Age of Doubt." At the Vesper ser
vice he will preach on renunciation.
The public is cordially Invited.
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East Webb and Johnson . streets.
John H. Secor, minister.
Morning services Sunday . school,
10:00 a.m. Morning sermon, 11:00 a.
m., subject, "Jesus and the 1 Weary
Evening Service!) Epworth League,
6:30 p. m topic, "A Monroe Doctrine
On Sin." Leader, Mark Avail. Even,
lug sermon, 7:30 p. m.. subject, "Mich,
el Lorio's CroBS," a story of Mont St
Our mid-week, Wednesday 7:30 p.
m. Come and enjoy the evening with
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j DINNER DANCE GIVEN
The Elks club was tho scene of a
charming dinner dance last night when
' Mrs. Fred Earl, Mrs. B. L. Burroughs
land Mrs, H. W. Collins were hostesses
for forty guests. Spring blossoms
i were attractively used as a decorative
THIPS DILLS IS GCEST
Miss Peggy Dills is a week-end guest
at the home of Dr. and Mrs. David B.
Hill. Miss Dills Is a member of til
faculty of Columbia College, at Milton.
WILL SPEND WEEK-END. .
. Mr. and Mrs. Ijrster Rogers M: Jhls
afternoon for ftclix to spend the
week-end as guests at the homo of
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Engdahl.
MRS. HENDERSON VISITS
j Mrs. Mark Henderson, of Weston, Is
a visitor in Pendleton today. Mrs.
j Henderson is prominent in civic affairs
; In Weston.
Mrs. Froruriegan, of Paiico, Wash.,
arrived here today to visit at the home
of her sister, Mrs. C. B. Jerard, for a
few das'". ' ' -
MISS NAOMI VISITS.
Miss Naomi Mayfield left today for
.-,- U..II. M-t,.rti ah will visit Mrs.
NSSy'yN j SIZING UP
w. o. w.
AND INVITED GUESTS
A Big Dance and Punch With a Stick.
January 31, 1921
2 ' 9 00 O'clock Sharp.
Present invitation cards or lodge receipts at the
; .. - door. .
: FRED STROBLE, !
; B. A. LOVELL,
- . "' ! ' Committee. .
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