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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 12, 1921..
Social and Club News
CONTKIlT rRKRKNT8 OPF.HA.
((election from several grand op
era will comprise the Viotrola pro
(rrm lit the county library Sunday .'
U rnonr. The music Maria at three
anil thi program land one hour. If
aij number la especially picas! i. It
WIS hi- ieril-d very gladly. The
readme room are open from two un
I. Pagllarct Prologo (I-eonca '!
t. Traviata in Trovensa il M-.r
(Thy home In Fair 1'rovlncct tVerJ.)
Utilwppe le lnr.
1. Travlnta Ah, fors" e'lul (Verd'
4. Traviata Het mlel boll-nti splr-
Itl (Wild my il reams of youth) (Verdi)
S. Traviata Dite alia glovlne (Say-
to thy daughter) (Verdi) Amelita
QallM urcl, Oulseppe de I.ura.
. Traviata Imponete (Now com
mand me) (Verdi) Amelita Galli
Curd, Guiseppe de I.ura.
7. Traviata rtrimlisi-Llblan met II
etl callcl (A bumper we'll drain)
(Verdi) Enrico Caruso-Alma Gluck.
. Pilgrim's Chorus From Tannhau
er (Wagner) Arthur Pryor'a Band.
. Lucia II dolce sueno (Mad
scene) Donisetti) Amelita Gallt
lfl. I.ucla Tu che a Mo spegasti r
ail (Thou hast spread thy wings to
heaven) Giovanni Martlnelll.
11. Uiria Chi mi frena (What re
Caruso, Amato, Jourant, Jacoby, Bada.
strains me) (Donisetti) Tetraszini.
12. Martha M'apparl (Uke a
dream) Giovanni Martinelll.
13. Rlgoletto FiBlia, Mlo Padro"
(My daughter) -Frieda Hempel, Pa-
quale Amulo, . ;
14. Rlgoletto Caro nome (Dearest
name) (Verdi) Amelita Galla-Curci
15. La, Koheme O aoave fanclulla
(Thou sweetest maiden) Frances Al
da, Giovanni Martinelll.
F. T. A. HAS MEETING
"Recreation" was the subject for a
meeting of the Hawthorne Parent
Teacher association yesterday at the
school building. Discussions of the
.heme were given by Mrs. H. 8. Simo-
son, Mrs. Thomas Baker and Miss
Leota V agner. Other topics discussed
included the discussion of the mea
sures to be taken to improve the
school. Mrs. W. V. Harrah presented
the school -with a lounge which is to
be used by the pupils or teachers in
case .of Illness,
A pleasing musical program con
sisted of a piano solo by Miss Ellaa
bethh Simpson, eighth grade pupil: a
saxophone solo, by Thomas Baker, a
member of the band, and piano accom
paniment by Miss Harriett Benjamin,
and several songs by the boys and girls
of the seventh grade. A social hour,
during which time refreshments were
served by the pupils of the fifth grade
under the direction of Miss Mabel
Johnson, completed the afternoon.
GEORGE TONKIN WEDS
Of interest to Pendleton people Is
the following from the Morning Ore
genian concerning the wedding of
Ceoree Tonkin, formerly game warden
HOPP'S UPSTAIRS 8HOP
Announcing the Arrival of Another
NEW SPRING BLOUSES
Exceptional values at
New shades of Aztec, Gold, Tomato,
Honey Dew, Green and Grey.
Of ER TAILOR HARDWARE CO.
Good Books for Boys
SCOUTING WITH GENERAL FUNSTON
SCOUTING WITH KIT CARSON
i 20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA
PENROD AND SAM
THE YOUNG FORESTER
THE YOUNG PITCHER
KEN WARD IN THE JUNGLE
- THE YOUNG LION HUNTER
SCOUTING WITH DANIEL BOONE
And many other excellent titles to choose from.
PRICED AT $1.00 EACH
THOMPSON'S DRUG STORE
for this district, now rnlted States
A wedding of Interest to Portland
and Boise, Idaho, friends was that
of George Tonkin, federal game
warden, and Mrs. Gertrude Bllnn,
bookkeeper for the game commission.
The ceremony was solemnised Thurs
day night in the First Presbyterian
;hurch. Rev, H. U. Bowman, D. D.,
officiating. Mr. Tonkin's headquarters
are in Boise, where he and his bride
will make their home, .
HOSTS FOR PARTT.
Some of the members of Pendleton'
younger set entertained with an infor
mal dancing party last evening at the
Knights of Cnlnnhns hall, the danc
ers Lumbering forty couples. Float
ing streamers of red and white, floor
lamps In shades of rose, and tall
vases of flowers and pussy willows
made n charming decoration. Pat
roneff.es for the affair were Mrs.
Thomas Hampton, Sirs. C. S. Wheeler,
Miss Carol Wurtenberger, Mrs. Struck
Aune, Miss Olive Roche, Miss Laura
Ross, Mrs. J. C. Snow, Miss Dorothy
Flegel and Mrs. J. A. Blakeley. The
committee In charge consisted of Miss
Muriel Hampton, Lucius Matthewson
MRS. SOMMERVILLE HOSTESS.
The J. Sommerville home on Vin
cent street was the scene yesterday of
a meeting of the Current Llerature
Club for which Mrs. Sommerville was
hostess. The Interesting program
consisted of a sketch of the life and
works of Conrad, a review of John
Galsworthy's "Freeland8l' by Mrs.
Mary Dlsosway, and view of Er-
vine's ''Changing Winds," by Mrs.
James Johns, Sr.
Sptlng flowers were used as a dec
oration. The hostess was ass'
ervlng by her daughters. Miss Sydney
Sommerville and Mis Evelyn Sommer
ville, Miss Stella Rodin and Miss Ell'
CLUB HAS MEETING
Mrs. P. J. Hlereman and Mrs. O. w.
Coutts were hostesses yesterday for a
meeting of the Spinerinktum Club, the
cuests beinar entertained at the home
of Mrs. Heceman. Mrs. Anna atone
lead an interesting article on pioneer
days, written by Mrs. Mary W. Bell, a
relative of Mrs. Storlea A guessing
contest proved a pleasing diversion
durinr the afternoon. The Hostesses
served dainty refreshments. Mrs. C.
A. Curtiss, who is spending tne winter
in Pendleton with her sister, Mrs.
Stephen A. Lowell, was a guest of the
GUESTS IN .PENDLETON.
Mi. lor ind Mrs. Frederick Whitney,
of rhicniro. Illinois, and Mr. and Mrs.
George Seller, of Milton, were guests
recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
rhurles W Cross. Major Whitney has
Just returned after service in the
ihnn.nine islands and In future will
be stationed at Chicago.
DAT WILL BE OBSERVED
Th. Kntionni nav of Prayer. Febru
ary 18, Is to be observed by the Union
Missionary society of Pendleton. Mem
bers, and others Interested in missions,
will meet at the Baptist church tor
ne observance of the day.
HOSTS FOR DANCE
rr nnd Mrs. riovid B. Hill and Sir.
and Mrs. CJyde Philipps will be hosts
this evening for an Informal dancing
party. ' Guests have been asseu 10 me
home of Dr. and Mrs. Hill.
' For the celebration of the eighth
birthday anniversary of little Miss
Olice Alexandra Inlow, twelve boys
and girls are guests today at a pan)
Sworn proof of hair growth after bald
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coming dud ruff, conquering baldness.
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M Kotalko. If It doesn't do all 700
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past bad tuck with your hair. This I
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Guarantee and directions with the box
Show your friends Urn rndfrtiumsml
UMATILLA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
Dr. David Bennett Hill
Pendleton, Oregon "
First shipment of fine Seed Potatoes to ar
rive this year. See us for prices and variety.
Complete line of D. M. Ferry & Co. quality
Exclusive Selling Agency for Pendleton
Imperial Tea, Coffee, Extracts and Spices.
Chase & Sanborns Tea and Coffee.
Gold Medal Butter. .
Old Monk Olive Oil.
Gillnetters Columbia River Salmon.
Most Complete Stock, Finest Quality,
Right Prices ,
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
VV:,THE, ; v
at the home of the honoree's mother.
Mrs. H. K. Inlow. Modeling animals
from white wax chewing gum Is one
of the games of the afternoon and the
v. inner is to receive a fascinating val
entine as a prixe. Carrying out the
St. Valentine's idea, the decorations
for the table at which luncheon Is to
be served are in a color schema of,
red and this shade Is used also for the
eight candles which deck the birthday
WED At NOONTIDE
At a pretty wedding at noon today,
Mnrir Alta Rnvlen and Alfred M. West.
garde, both of Pilot Rook, were united
in Marriage at the Presbyterian manse,
Rev. W. H. Cox, pastor or tne uaptiBt
church officiating In the absence of
Rev. Oeorge. U Clark," pastor of the
Presbyterian church. The bride wore
a chic tailored suit of navy blue and
she carried a bouquet of roses. Miss
Velma Sfctlth, of Pilot Rock, was
bridesmaid. The couple left today for
tnr a weildin trln. They
will make their home In Pilot Rock.
ELDEEN CLUB ENTERTAINED.
Members of the Eldeen Club, and
their husbands, were entertained at a
charming "600" party last even'"" s"
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Smith, of Riverside Drive. Score tro
phies were won by Joseph Korllck and
Mr Kenenth McRae. Music and the
refreshments completed the
WILL VISIT WITH PARENTS.
Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Wright, of
Danville, Illinois, will arrive next
Saturdtty for a visit with Mrs. Wrlfht's
parents; Mr. and Mrs. W; H. Pitzer of
the Colonian apartments. ,
QUESTS AT DANCB
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wheeler, Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Sawyer and Mrs. Shir
ley Albright, of Pilot Rock, motored
to Stanfield last night to attend the
American Legion dance.
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I am leaving Pendle
ton and am offering my
residence for sale at
An opportunity for a
family to secure a beau
tiful home in a choice
Royal M. Sawtelle
Announcements roe this depart
ment must bb submitted to the
East. Oregonlan not later than
Friday evening In order to be as
sured of publication on Saturday.
The First Christian Chnrrh
Services will be held as follows at
the First Christian Church Sunday,
Bible School S ir. a. m W W rw.
Hart Sunt. Communion nnd ripvntlnn.
al services at U a. m. Special music
By the choir.
Regular services of th christian
Endeavor at 6:30, Lesly Patton leader.
Vt 7-(l o. m. the endeavor will fflv a
special program assisted by the choir.
Oiurch of the Redeemer
Rev. Alfred Lockwood, rector.
8 a. m. Holy Communion,
:45 Sunday School.
11 a. m., morning service and ser
mon, 4:00 p. m.. Vespers and Sermon.
The rector will preach in the morn
ing on, "Christ, the Great adoenturer."
At the veaper service the topic will be,
"The Church." The male quartette
will sing the offertory. The public Is
-itter Day Ralnls Imrcli (Mimton)
Are you seeking to know the truth
of the Oospel.
Hear the principles of the Oospel
u we believe and teach them.
Elders Peterson and Leigh fn
Sunday School 10:30 A. M. Evening
services 7:30 p. m. Every Sunday at
Moose Hall. Every one welcome.
DR. C. H. DAY
I'lilftkiaii ami Surgeon
Rooms il and tt Smlth-Crawfor
I . ' tt.ill.lln
TslepUon 704 Km. 741-11
Rev. W. H. Cox, pastor. Residence
515 Bush street, phone 1147.
Sunday morning Sunday schhool,
Mr. F. M. Riley, Supt., 9 : 50. Preach
ing service, Rev. Hently, 1 1:00, Sub
ject, "Getting out of Egypt."
Sunday night B. T. P. U., Miss Dale
president, 4:'30. Preaching service,
Kev. Bently, 7:30, subject, "Hell and
Its Location," These special meeting
are Increasing in power and souls are
being saved. Tou come and bring
your family. Let everybody pray. If
never before pray now that God will
Hall 208 V.. Alta street. House
Sunday services as follows: Holi
ness meeting at 11 o'clock. Sunday
school at 1:30; calvatlon meting at t
o'clock. '" ' ' '
Week day services: Tuesday, Thurs
day. Saturday night at S o'clock.
These services are conducted for the
public. Why not come and .bring
your children.- We always have good
singing and preach the true Gospel of
our Lord and Saviour. A welcome
Tours for service. Offlcsra In
chr.rge, Jennie Conrad, captain; Lieut.
Rev. .George L. Clarke, pastor.
Morning Prelude, doxology, pray
er, resnonslve reading, hvmn ir.
scripture lesson, anthem "More Love
to Thee O Christ," Mallard, prayer-
Response, offertory, duet "Jesus the
Very Thought of Thee." Mrs. S. H.
Forshaw. C'Vlde Philllns sermon Rv
J. M. Cornellson, hymn 171, benedic
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
holds services at 813 1-2 Main street
(First stairway north of the Inland
Empire Bank). Sunday services are
at 11 a. m, and 8 p. ra. The subject
of the lesson-sermon for Sunday, Feb
ruary 13, la "Soul." " Sunday school
begins at t:4S a, m.
A .Wednesday evening meeting
which Includes testimonials of heal
ing is held at 8 o'clock. The Reading
room, which is maintained at the
same address. Is open daily from t a
m, to t p. m., where the Bible and
authoried Christian Science lziterature
may be read, borrowed, or purchased.
The public Is cordially Invited to at
tend the church services and to visit
the reading room.
Bible school, 10 a. m.; preaching
service, II a. m. Sermon by the asso
ciate pastor. Rev. J. M. Cornellson.
Subject, "Every Man's Life a Plan of
God." 645, Christian Endeavor. The
delegates who attended the recent
state C. El convention of La Grande
will make reports of same at this time.
The evening program at 7:30 p. m.
will take the form of a musical praise
service as follows:
Prelude, Mrs. H. E. McLean; Hymn
13; anthem, "We Would See Jesus,"
Mr. Trogue and choir, Brackett;
scripture reading; prayer, response:
anthem, "Hark, Hark, My Soul," solos
Mrs. Hatch, Mrs. McCook, Shelby;
solo, "The Day Is Ended," Miss Lillian
Cully, Bartlett; anthem, "The Com
forter Came," Mrs. Bennlon and choir,
Nevin; offertory, "I'm a Pilgrim,"
Mrs. McCook, Mrs. Hatch, Nelson; an
them, "Evening and Morning," the
choir, Oakley; hymn 326; benediction.
First M. E.
East Webb and Johnson streets.
John H. Secor, minister. Morning ser
vices, Sunday school, 10 a. m.; morn
ing sermon. 11 a. m. Subject, 'The
Voice of God." Evening services, Ep
worth League, 6:30 p. m. Topic, "The
Filipino Plowman" or "The Dignity of
Labor." Leader, Lawrence Warner;
evening sermon, 7:30 p. m. Sflbject,
"The Continuous Judgment" Mid
week Services Wednesday evening, 7
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TUESDAY, FEB. 15,
M. Burnett, Mrs. C. F.
Prices $2.50, $2.00, $150
i.w plus 10 per cent
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The three planks in our service are
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Carried in complete assortments.
Sold by experienced corsetieres. .
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Formf it Brassiere.
Feb. 19th will be the last day of the
greatest Furniture Sale ever conducted in
Pendleton. Only one more week to sup
ply your furniture wants at and below
You will find our whole stock of Gen
eral Housef urnishihg at greatly reduced
prices and only one more week to buy at
these prices. '
Wilton Rugs 1-2 off. i
All Cotton, Cotton Felt and Silk Floss
Mattresses 1-2 off.
Leather Rockers 1-2 off.
Pabgoleum and Print Linoleum at
1-2 off. . ;,:.,; vv '..:V;
All Inlaid Linoleum 1-3 off.
Winodw Shades 1-3 off.
Pictures 1-2 off. -
Lamp Shades 1-2 off.
Phonographs 1-3 off our -entire &tock
except contract goods and phononrapii
-j x . j a .
Any goods you may want to purchase duringf this
sale will be held, by paying a deposit down and the
balance after March 1st, until and including March
oin. ' ,. .... i.
Remember Feb. f 19th is
the last day. Only brie
week more .
SEE OUR WINDOWS.
COME LOOK BUY SAVE.
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