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PAIL7 EAST OREGOSIAN, PESPLETON, OSEGON, THURSDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 1 0, 1021.
Social and Club News
V. T. A. CONVENTION IN MAY
The Parent Teseher Associations of
r(idlilon will 1 hosts May it to May
II for the state Parent Teacher Asso
clntlon, whlrh meet here this year for
tin onunnl convention. Plans for the
convention, wore made yesterday at
meeting of the Pendleton Parent
Twirher Council, of which Mrs. Will
It. Wyrlck is irealdent, the other mem
per twin's the presidents of the various
I'arent Teacher Associations of the
city, the past prestdenls, one repre
bentativ from each association, the
chuol principals mcmhers of the
school board and city school snperln
U ii.lt nt.
The date of the convention will per-1
Hilt delegates to attend the Joint ror-j
ent Teacher convention of Oregon and
Visiting delegate ere to be guesis
In Pendleton homes, as rooms and the
morning meal are to be provided free
of charge. Among entertainment
Plumed for the delegates Is a reoep
tiun on Wednesday evening. A lunch'
eon and dinner will also be given In
lifST TiEK CIA'B MERTS
Members of the Busy Hce Club were
charmingly entertained at the home of
Mrs, C. V. Nelson, 515 -Maine street,
on Tuesday nfternoon. Mm. Nelson
was assisted by Mrs. II. M. Masscy,
Mrs. Iomer Krehhlel, Mrs. McOce
ana sirs. Kim Monon. a two course
luncheon was served by Mrs, Charlea
Hluhm and Mm. H. A. Newton. Red
hearts and streamers, suggestive of
. Washington to be held In Walla WalUllhe Valestlne season, wore attractively
Mav 14. About 50 delegates are ex-' used as a decoration.
period to attend the Pendleton conven
tion from associations In various cities
of the state outside of Pendleton and
doulitleos many will attend the Joint
convention also. Pendleton, with a to
tal membership of between two hun
dred fifty and three hundred, has one
of the strongest associations In the
slate and last October at the Portlanl
Convention had the largest delegation
outside of Multnomah county.
The program, as yet, is tentative.
Mrs. C. W. Hayhurst, state president,
will attend and will be one of the
speakers. Among the state officers
are two Pendleton women. Mrs. Wy
Tick being third vice-president and
Mrs. Thomas Hampton one of the dt-rectors.
In a unique guessing contest, Mrs.
Krchbiel and Mrs. L A. Rigby were
prize winners. Guests of the club
were Mrs. F. M. Ruse, of Nampa,
Idaho, who Is visiting her daughter,
Mrs. Nelson; Mrs. Charles Smith, Mrs.
Floyd. Hascall and Mrs. Thomas.
MOTOR TO WALLA WALLA
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bond, Mr. and
Mrs. Will H. Bennett, R. E. Morse and
little son, Maxwell Morse, motored to
Walla Walla yesterday. The child re
mained in Walla Walla at the home ot
his aunt, Mrs. Warren Henneburger.
the rest of the partte ' returning last
night.' Mr. and Mrs. Morse leave this
evening for New York and other east
ern cities where Mr. Morse will pur-
HOPF'S VrSTAIRS SHOP
Of exceptional charm and unap
proached moderation of price.
Make vour selections early as
manv women are now doine." Your
chase stock for the new Crescent Dry
goods Co. ot which he Is president and
MLS SHOWAKD WEDS.
At an afternoon ceremony yester
day, Miss Anna Howard becaloo th.
bride of Walter E. Clark, the wedding
taking place at the homo ot Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. McCulley, IIS Lee street.
The exchange of vow took place amid
a setting of pink carnations and
greenery, with Rev. George L. Clark,
pastor ot the Presbyterian church,
performing the ring ceremony. The
hrldo wh3 smartly gowned in navy j
blue satin, with hat of black lace. She
was unattended. Mrs. H. K. McLean
played the wedding march. About I
thirty-five relatives ami close friends
Immediately following- the ceremony
Mr. and Mrs. CI uk departed for Walla
Walla for i wedding trip. They will
make thetr home in ths vicinity of Ju
niper. The bride Is a charming girl :
of pleasing personality, while Mr. i
Clark Is a well known farmer of this
BIRTHDAY IS CRLEBRATED
Little Miss Marjorie Erwln celebrat
ed her sixth birthday anniversary yes
terday when five girl friends were ask
ed to the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. F. S. Erwln, 200 High Street, to
spend the afternoon. Games sped
the hours and later a dainty luncheon
was served at a table for which a Val
entine motif made a charming decora
tion, pmk being used In the color
scheme. Candlcl of this hue shone
on the huge white birthday cake which
centered the table.
Besides tne nonor guest, mose pres
ent were Twila House, Olg.i Nelson,
Mary Frances Crabtrec, Pearl Tobin
and Betty Smith.
A BILL IN FULL.
PAY IT? IT WILL
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M'-HAY-A Tea, 1-U oiiihI HOe, pound Oik', In itackages.
' Japan. i:nglls!i Breakfast and un l'owdcr Tea, 1-3 lb.
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To arrive this wvk. CoTunibia lllvrr Salmon. Mat tins,
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Largo Shipment or Nobles Peaihos. Nllml IViuhos and
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- KIMrod Salmon, Columbia Ulver, poiuul 40c.
1'klo Pastry I'loiu', to Mtiuds 75c.
Kntioiud Itutler Crackers, something cxU-u nice. IVi'sli
here every week.. Laie imckage 25c.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
THREE fHONES , QUALITY
IN HONOR OF BRIDE-TO-BE
In honor of Miss Sybil Farley, popu
lar bride-to-be whoso wedding will ba
an event of the near future, members
of the Degree of Honor will be hostess
es tomorrow afternoon for a miscellan
eous kitchen shower at the home of
Mrs. P. C. Peterson, 300 Perkins
Avenue. Since the announcement of
Miss Farley's ' engagement, she has
teen much feted by friends.
ARK ENJOYING TRIP
Mrs. George Peringer and Miss Vera
Temple, who left I'endKton recently
for a visit in Hawaii and the Orient,
are enjoying their trip, according to a
letter received bj- relatives from Miss
Ten.ple. .V.iss Temple wrote Just aft
er the boat docked at Honolulu and
said that the ocean voyage had been
MRS. MATLOCK RETURNS
Mrs. Emmett Estes and Mrs. Lester
Richmond motored over from walla
Walla last evening accompanied by
Mrs. Wesley N. Matlock who has been
spending the past three weeks at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. talcs.
Mrs. Estes and Mrs. Richmond will re
turn to their homes today.
, T1 t Vs
p. JM mm M
Wlnfield Otles. lock tender at Flat Rock Dam on the Schuylkllll
River, near Philadelphia, hasn't slept In a bed tor JO year. H
'eat nans" ia his favorite chair.
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We have just received a new shipment of several
hundred books Come, make your selection now,
while the assortment is complete.
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Peter B. Kyne
B. M. Bower "
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Ethel M. Dell
William MacLeod Raino
Everett T. Tomlinaon
Eleanor H. Porter
.Florence L Barclay
Frank H. Spearman
Robert W. Service
Edgar Rice Burroughs
Mary Ellen Chase
H. H. Knibb
and all the most popular writers of fiction.
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I GRAIN CO
CLUB WILL MEET
Mrs. P. J. Hegeman will be hosteaes
for a meeting of the members of the
Splzzerlnktiim Club tomorrow after
noon at the Hegeman home, 603 Raley
GVESTS AT GAMLOWSKI HOME
Mr. and-Mrs. Ross Carroll of Port
land, are guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. A. P. Oamlowski. Mrs. Car
roll Is Mrs. Gamlowski's niece.
HOSTESS FOR CLUB.
Mrs. E. J. Snmmerville will be hos
tess frr a meeting of the Current L't-
erature Club tomorrow afternoon
her home. 818 Vincent street
MRS. MASSEY DEPARTS
Mrs. HI M. Massey left yesterday on
No. 17 for Newberg, Oregon, to visit
her father, W. W. Colby.
OI-ESTS AT COX HOME.
ir iml Ifrs. Charles Petts. of
Athena. -wr.re guests last night at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L .Cox.
Husbands of mehvlwrs of the Inspi
ration Club were honor guests last
night at a "500" party at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. Scott. Mrs. J.
J. Korinek and Robert Simpson won
high score trophies during the even
ing's play. Valentines and kewpies
were used charmingly as a decoration
for the rooms of the Scott home. Mr.
and Mrs. Bert SrcDonald played some
delightful orchestra numbers as a part
of the entertainment of the guests.
Refreshments were served by the hos
tess. HOSTESSES FOR PARTY.
Mrs. W. Schwarteenhcrg. formerly
of Pendleton, now of Spokane, will be
honor guett at an lnfoimal afternoon
torr-.irrow at the horn of Airs. James
Hill, with Mrs. Hill and Mrs. David
Hill as hstcsses. Mrs. SchwarUenberg,
who is the guest of Mrs. J. 1!. Mt
Cook, has been the Inspiration for
several charmingly Iniormal affairs
since her trrlval hero.
W. W. W. CLVB TO MEET.
The Who's Who and Why Club will
meet tonight at the Joseph . Scull
home. The meeting was to have been
held at the Lester ISoyd home but due
to a change in arrangements, it will
he held at the Scott home, after ehoiij
practice at the Christian cliurch.
HEALTH IS IMPROVED
Friends of Mrs. 8. A. Blue will be
pleased to learn that her health .Is Im
proved. Mrs. Blue has been 111 fof
ADMIRAL ORDERED TO
TAKE CHARGE SITUATION
WASHll.NT.TON", Feb. 10. (f. P.)
Secretary Dunleld ordered Admiral
Bryan, commander of the central Am
erican sdiiadron. to proceed Immcdl
atelv to Nicaragua and take charge of
the situation brought about by marines
wrecking a newspaper plant at Managua.
Twenty one marines wero involved in
the attack on the newspaper plant
Daniels advised In his dispatch. All
have been arrested. The marines de
stroyed the plant, the dispatch stated
following newspaper attacks on Amer
Rainfall Is ."0
The rainfall last night and today
was .30. says Major Lee Moorhouse
official weather observer. The mini
mum today is 56, an unusually warm
day for February, while the minimum
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
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FRANCi; APPKOVKS SICTTI.i:.
PARIS, Feb. 10. (A., P.) Franco,
through representatives, has approved
the Oerman scttlomcnt demanded by
the allied government heads. The
chamber of deputies, by a vote of 887
to 125. voted formal approval of Pro-
mier Brkind'a agreement regarding
German reparations and disarmament.
The premier's critics declared the
terms were not severe enough.
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I am leaving Pendle
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