East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, February 07, 1921, DAILY EDITION, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 7, 1021
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SocVz and Club News
With the openlni- of (he Lenten se
son on Wednesday, social activities In
I'endleton will be limited t informal
effalm, church societies, lectures, ami
club settvlti.4 jl la expected that
Valentine's Isy, February 14 an!
Washlnrtona birthday. Kehruary tl,
etch will (Maim a share of Informal
festivities.
As the last formal affair hefore the
opening nf Lent, Mm. Herbert Thomp
ron and Mr. James Thompson are en.
tertalnlnK today with a hrldsre lunch
eon at the home of Mrs. Herbert
Thompson. This will be followed by a
similar party tomorrow,
be Riven next Saturday evening at 7.30
In the library auditorium by Miss Res
sie Rwyer, who ia a noted lecturer.
Her story nf the Philippines la said to
be of decided Interest,
Club women of the city are already
making plana for the meeting of the
State Federation of Women's Clubs In
annual convention In Pendleton some
time during the latter part of May.
Mrs. Thomas G. Winter, president of
the National Federation of Womm'i
Clubs, will he present. Mrs. Winter
to as traveled from Maine to Texas on
her present itinerary and has already
visited seventeen states, delivered
twenty-five addresses and has held
For tomorrow night Is scheduled the
fourth In a series of informal dances I innumerable conference.
to be liven by the members of the Elks
lixtge In honor of iheir ladies. As the
Ir.st of the series before Ijent, the af
fair promises to be one of the largest
given by the club during the winter
social season.
The Pendleton Women Club is
sponsoring a lecture, "Yesteerday and
Today In the Philippines," which will
'AVEKH.L8 ARE WEI.CO.MKO.
Mr. and Mrs. K. V, Avc.-l!l. who
have returned from Spokane to Vake
their home In Pendleton, 'ire temg
welcomed by their many friends.
Both are popular in church anl soclnl
circles and Mrs. Ayerlll Is a talented
musician.
HOl'F'S UPSTAIRS SHOP
ANOTHER EXPRESS SHIPMENT OF
Georgette Blouses $6,95
IN THE NEW SPRING SHADES."
A welcome announcement to those who were not for
tunate in sharing in the previous shipments, of these un-
matchable values.
New Spring Shades of Tomato, Rust, Aztec, Old Gold,
New Blue, Etc You 11 want two when you see them.
Of ER TAYLOR HARDWARE
CO,
WhiteTeeth, Healthy Gums,
a Clean. Mouth
THAT is what you should seek in a
dentifrice. And it U easily found,
if you win care for your teeth rctulnrty
with Klenzo Dental Creme. , And the
delightful after-taste of Klenso -that
. Cool, Clean, Klenxo Feeling is satis
fying evidence cf -the good it doe.
Step in and get tube today. '
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THE PENDLETON DRUG CO.
THE REXALL STORE .
CORN
NEW CAR JUST RECEIVED
GIVE YOUR CHICKENS A TREAT. IT IS THE
BEST AND CHEAPEST FOOD FOR THEM NOW.
ASK OUR PRICES
Hi
UMATILLA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
Phone, 1014-351
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DELPHIAN CLUB MEETS,
For the second of a aeries of pro
grams having the Middle Ages as the
central theme, members of the Del
phian Club met Saturday In the li
brary club room with Mrs. Fred Ueu
allen aa hostess. "St, Francis and the
Franciscan Orders" was the title for
a comprehensive paper read by Mrs.
U L. Rogers, who traced the work of
me Franciscans from the date of their
origination down to the present day.
Mrs. J. MacMaster read a paper
which vividly depicted the travels of
Marco Polo. whll "rh iti.i ..
formed the topic for an excellent pa
Per by Mrs. Q. M. Rice . Mrs Alger
rooo paper on ureek fiction was
graphic, and was followed by a re
view of "Beowulf,- read In a pleasing
manner by Sirs L. M. Spalding.
Two charming solos, "The Link Di
vine," by Piccolomini, and Vannah's
"Cradle Song." were sung by Mrs.
Wa-,,e Eddy with Mrs. David Hill at
the piano . Two little girls, Barbara
Lteuallen and Vivian Warner, played
- uuei. miring the social hour,
Mrs. Eddy and Mrs. B. M. Huntley
presided at a table prettily decked
with a basket of spring flowers In
pastel tints. Assisting the hostess In
serving were Mrs. U c. Scharpf and
Mrs. Alger Fee.
FLATS TO BE PRESENTED"'
Paramount In the activities of the
Thursday Afternoon Clnh nr. r.,
tlons fot the presentation of two plays
., wun me entire personnel of
the club as members of the casta. The
plays, -which are of the Irish Type, are
The Well of the Saints," by J. M
"fuse, ana -spreading the News," by
u Gregory, ana they will be pre.
sented at the State Hospital theatre
airs. Wilson D. McNary in charge of
uie direction and the first reading of
me piays will take place tonight. Mrs.
T. E. Boyden and Mrs. Willard Bnml
are hostesses for the club meeting of
April 28, the day upon which the plays
iu oe given and both are assisting
n. acary.
As the first evidence In Pendleton
oi'ine utile Theatre" movement, the
Plays promise to be of unusual Inter
est, The club has been studying Brit
ish and Irish authors and the two
Irish plays are In accord with the pro
gram. PROGRAM, IS PLANNED.
A Lincoln's birthday program Is
planned by the members of the Riv-.
erside Needlecraft club for February
IS, the birthday of the great Ameri
can. Musical numbers and readinn
will form the entertainment and a
quilt and cooked food will be sold at
auction, the proceeds to be 'devoted
to the activities of the club. Re
freshments will be served and no ad
mission fee will be asked. Plans for
the program were made yesterday at
a meeting of the club at the home of
Mrs. James R. Porter.
Right Prices
Bulk Coffee, pouAl 25c
Best White Beans, 17 pounds $1.00
Caroline, it whips, cans . . , .' 23c
Bulk Macaroni, 2 pounds 25c
Washing Powder, 2 large packages . . 03c
Gold Dust, 20 packages ..... $1.00
Wunder Polish, 5 tins . . ....... ... . . . 25c
Neko Sardines, large oval tins, each 25c
Neko Sardines, large oval tins, dozen. . . . $2.75
. Creme Oil Soap, 1 dozen bars ; $1 00
White Soap, 17 bars $1.00
Country Butter, 2 pounds 90c
Boneless Ham Sliced to your order, pound. 25c
Largest Stock . Finest Quality Right Prices
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.x
THREE PHONES QUALITY
ENTERTAIN WITH PARTY
Mrs. Nancy Despain and Mrs. Henry
Zander entertained on Thursday from
3 to S o clock in the Malcolm apart
tnents, honoring Mrs. Charles Carter
Berkeley of Hay Creek, Ore. .
Tulips and daffodils gave the rooms
i springlike appearance. Assisting the
hostesses were Mrs. Charles Myers,
Mrs. Cecil Parsons, Miss Jane Blair.
Miss Sue Feith, Miss Elizabeth Hailey,
Miss Marian Myers, Mrs. George Hart
man, Mrs. Franklin Jost of San Fran
cisco and Miss Fagan. Oregonian.
PICTURE IS SHOWN
Yesterday's Oregonian contained in
its society columns an attractive pic
ture of Mrs. Don Jaxtheimer (Bemice
Ruppe) and little daughter. Mrs.
Jaxtheimer, who formerly resided
here; was extensively feted In Port
land during last week, prior to her de
parture for Seattle to make her home.
GUESTS AT M'COOK HOME.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Schwartzenberg,
formerly of this city, now of Spokane,
are guests at tthe home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. McCook. Mr. Schwartzen
berg will return to Spokane tomorrow
but Mrs. Schwartzenberg will remain
here for a visit at the McCook home.
PATRONESS ROR PARTY
Mrs. Roy T. Bishop, formerly of
this city, now of Portland, was among
the patronesses ror a custom party
for which Hill Military students were
hosts on Saturday night.
PARENTS O FSON.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Snyder are the
parents of an eight pound-- son born
yesterday at St' Anthony's hospital.
The new arrival has been named Wil
liam Burrell Snyder.
RETURN FROM LONG BEACH.
Mrs. Mary E. Kirkpatrick and dau
ghter, Mrs. Nellie Park, and children,
Elsie. Ralnh and Ernest Park, return
ed this morning from Long Beach,
California.
GUESTS AT ADAMS HOME.
Members of the Duplicate Whist
club are guests of Mrs. John Adams
today at her country home near Pen
dleton. ,
Grape-Nuts
a bli nd of wheat
and malted barky
with a particular
ly pleasing taste
and nourishing cjial
rty thai invites you
to eat it
Again and Again
Ready to serve
from package
j i ,
t?uu uy grocers g
everywhere. I
BUSY BEES TO MEET.
The Busy Bees of the Maccabees
will meet tomorrow at the home t of
Mrs. C. B. Nelson, 615 Blaine street. .
BIRTHDAY 18 HONORED
In celebration of the seventh
birthday anniversary party of Billy
Clarke, Mrs. W. J. Clarke entertained
twenty-nine boys and girls Saturday
afternoon at the Clarke home on Jack
son street. Little Miss Marlon Moor
house won the girl's prize In an amus
ing game and Homer Welch carried
off the honors for the young gentle
men. Other games made the afternoon
pass merrily, after which the young
sters took their places In a ' grand
march and to the strains of piano
music played by Miss Mary Clarke, en
tered the dining room, where scarlet
hearts and valentines decked the table.
A huge red heart in the form of a
Jack Horner pie was found to contain
delightful plums in the form of toy
guns for the boys and dolls for the
girls. A dainty red cap formed still
another favor which was presented to
each litle guest.
GUESTS AT HILL HOME
Mrs. James Johns, Sr., and her Sun
day school class of seventh grade boys
and girls, were guests at a 'party Fri
day night at the home of James Hill,
Jr., one of the pupils In the class. Be
sides class members, additional guests
were invited sufficient to make up
fourteen couples who enjoyed an even
ing of dancing. Fdr youngsters who
were less skilled in the art of dancing,
Mrs. Harold Warner and Mrs. Bernlce
Jonez gave instruction. Refreshments
were served during the evening.
GUESTS ARE HONORED
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Peterson were
hosts Saturday night for a delightful
"500" party at their home on Perkins
Avenue, The affair was in honor of
their house guests. Mrs. W. H. Badgero
of Grangevllle, Idaho and Mrs. J. E.
Merrifield of Walla Walla.
EASTERN STAR TO MEET
Initiation will take place at a meet
ing of the Eastern Star lodge tomor
row night at 7:30 in the Masonic hall.
Catarrh la an excessive secretion, ac
companied with chronic Inflammation.
from the mucous membrane. Hood's
Sarsaparllla acts on the mucous mem
brane through the blood, reduces In
flammation, establishes healthy ac
tlon, and radically cures all cases of
catarrh.
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and Mrs. John Prultt, treasurer. Mrs,
C W. Connor was made head of the
program committee and Mrs. C. W.
Starkweather was appointted head of
a committee which will draw up the
constitution.
Mrs. Canrirkl Chosen.
For the girls' club, Mrs. Ellen Can
field was placed in charge of the
cookery. Mrs. C. E. Cleveland was
chosen head of the school committee
and Mrs. E. L. Severance, press rep
resentative. Next Saturday the Bu
reau will meet to adopt the consti
tution and the community program.
Mrs. Claud Sloan was elected pres
ident of the Echo Home Bureau and
Mrs. I Myrtle Henry, vice- president.
Mrs. T. M. Johnson was chosen secretary-treasurer.
Mrs, R. B. Stan
field is chairman of the program
committee, and Mrs. W. H Crary has
been appointed chairman of the com
mittee to draw up a constitution. This
and a community program will be
adopted at a meeting February 11.
Pilot Rock's Program.
Pilot Rock has adopted a commu
nity program and will have a millinery
school February 23 and li. Miss
Mary Cornett was chosen chairman of
the health campaign project. Mrs. J.
H. Truman is project leader. A baby
conference Is to be held In April with
Mrs. H. 11. McReynolds as leader.
Fly traps are to be made In May,
and Mrs. A. F. Knotts will have
charge of this Jroject, while for a
later date Interior decorating, with
Mrs. Herbert Boylen, Sr., as project
leader, will be taken up. Civic Im
provement will occupy the month of
June and Mrs. M. G. Edwards Is In
charge. Mrs. G. Kurlee has the di
rection of the girls' cooking club.
' Wheat, after rising in price In Sat
urday's market, fell again today,
March wheat closing at $1.54 5-8 and
May at $1.45. On Saturday the March
wheat closed at $1.47 3-8 and the May
at $1.57 1-8.
Following are the quotations receiv
ed by Overbeck & Cooke, local brok-
era:'
' Wheat
Open High Low Close
Mar. 1.68 1.68 1.54 1.64
May 1.48 1.48 1.4414 1.45
Corn -
May .66 .67 .5H
July .6814 .67 .6714 .67
Oats
May .43 . .4314 .42 .42
July .4314 .44 .43 .4314
Rye
May 1.33 1.3414 1.3114 1-2114
July 1.15 1.15 1.13 1.13
Barley
May .63 .6214 .63
Foreign Exchange
London, 3.65. - '
Paris, .0707.
Berlin, .0162.
Rome, .036414.
Vienna, .002814.
N. Y. money 8 percent.
A Judicious Inquiry
A well known traveling man who
visits the drug trade, says he has often
heard druggists ask a customer, who
wished to buy a cough medicine,
whether it was for a child or an adult
and if for a child, they almost invar
ibly recommended Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. The reason for this ia
that they know there Is no danger
from It and that It always cures. There
is not the least danger in giving It and j
for colds, croup and whooping cough I
it unsurpassed. I
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Aids
Nature
Medicines that aid nature are always
most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy acts- on this plan. " It allays
the cough, relieves the lungs, aids ex
pectoration, opens the secretions and
aids nature in restoring the system to
a healthy condition. Thousands have
testified to Its good qualities. Try it
when you have a cough or cold.
Chamberlain's Tablets
For Indigestion and Constipation.
"The nicest and pleasantest medicine
I have used for Indigestion and consti
pation is Chamberlain's Tablets,"
writes Melsrd F. Craig, Middle Grove,
N. Y. They work like a charm and
do not gripe or leave any unpleasant
effect. ' - . j
They Appeal to Our Sympathies
The bilious and dyspectlc are con
stant sufferers and appeal to our sym
pathies. Many such, however, have
been completely restored to health by
the use of Chamberlain's Tablets.
These tablets strengthen the stomach,
Invigorate the liver and Improve the
digestion. They also cause a gentle
movement of the bowels. When you
have any trouble with your stomach,
give them a trial.
DR. C. H. DAY
' Fbysidan and Surgeon
Osteopath
Rooms 21 anl 26 Bmith-Crawforl
Building.
Telephone 706 Res. 74J-B
Two More Towns of Vicinity
Institute Civic Clubs Under
Direction of Home Demon
stration Agent.
Women of Slanfleld and Echo have
completed the organization of Home,
l'ureaus. making a total of five Uma
tilla county towns outside of Pendle-;
ton wh'ch have organized for com-,
mtinity work, says Mrs, Edith G. Van-1
peusen, home demonstration agent
who Is directing the organization ,
work. Umatilla has a Home Bureau, i
,whlle Milton and Pilot Rock each;
have a Community Club while Wes-.
ton, on February 26" and Hermlston, !
on February 14, will organize either'
a Home Bureau or community club. ,
Officers for the Stanfleld Home Bu
reau are Mrs. W. T. Reeves, presi
dent; Mrs. Harry Ihinn, vice-presl-
dent; Mrs. Frank Sloan, secretary,
KRYPT0K
VilMi lines.
in the
Lens v.s
1 Don't bother with two
pairs of glasses. Wear
Kryptoks, they do away
with the extra pair.
They must be fitted
right
SEE
Safe
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American Nat l Rank Building
THOMAS r
muchin vogue for Spring
Since the suit is worn for such a variety of oc
casions, it becomes an indispensable part of the
wardrobe and must be chosen with care. The
materials to look for are covert, tricotine, cord
twill, Canton crepes and wool jersey all of ex
cellent quality. They are priced very moderate
ly considerng the high quality of both materials
and workmanship. .
Pleasing You
That's the main object with us ; we are always
ready to do our part to see that you are perfect
ly satisfied as to style, price and quality.
We save you money on shoes by doing busi
ness at a very small expense and buying new
merchandise at the lowest market price.
See our shoes before buying.
The Bootery
Pendleton's Popular Priced Shoe Store.
735 Main St .
$98.90
Full size Bed Dresser and three mirror Dressing
Table all in the beautiful old ivory finish, cofl
springs and -full size mattress for only $98.90.
On Display in Our Window.
Some choice patterns, 9x12, $145.00.
: Wilton Rugs shown in our window for only $72.50.
JUST RECEIVED A NEW SHIPMENT OF AX
MINSTER RUGS, ALL NEW AND BEAUTIFUL
PATTERNS TO BE SOLD AT A GREAT REDUC-
TIUJM UNDER THE OLD PRICES DURING THIS
SALE.
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