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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 17, 1921.
Social and Club News
imminAT is cKi.KimATi:i.
The birthday anniversary of Mr.
ami Mr. Jami K. .Akey wore cele
brated In a charming way hint nipht
when employe of the J. C. l'enney
Co. of which Mr. Akey Ik manager,
called, b a surprise, at Die Akey
home. .Mr. Akey'a birthday. falla on
I'ehruary IS and that of Mrs. Akey
tin the 17, liurt nlRht bolnir in com
meftmration of both events. Mrs.
Akey wan presented with. a large pot
ted plant by the employe.
Vocal niimler by Mr. and Mrs. T.
Jf. llemboldt and Mm. J. A. Bernard'
were enjoyed and pleasing reading
were Riven by Miss Marsurite Akey.
(, allien and the nervine of refresh
menu completed the evening.
M TONKIN VISIT,
f Mr, fcnd Mrs, George Tonkin nre
f..evui vmiiors aim will remain in
the city for a week before going; to
Unlse, Idaho, Mr. Tonkin's headquar
ters fur hi work as I'nlted States
Ciiiiie warden. Their wedding was a
recent event In Portland. Mrs. Tonkin
before her marr'.nKe. was Miss Ger
SON IS WKI.COMEH.
Mr. and Mm. W. E. Stone, of Port
land, are being felicitated upon the
arrival of a son, born on Monday. Feb.
14. The newcomer Is the second
child of the Stone family. Mm. Stone
ta remembered hero as Miss Mnrguret
trknon. She formerly made ber
P. T. A. TO MEKT.
The Parent Teacher Association of
Washington school will meet tomor
row afternoon at 2:30 In tho school
building. A group of songs by the
seventh grade, a violin solo by Mary
I'rancis, and a vocul solo by Mrs. T,
A. Wylie, will make up the musical
program. W. W. Green, county school
superintendent, will give an address
on "Education for Clttzenshin."
The It oval Neighbors of AmcrtWiia. A. It. TO MEET
enjoycu a imiskci social l uesiiay eve- rite l.atlfcs of the Grand Army of
ning. l ne auctioning of the baskets, the Kepubllc, Mcpherson circle, will
wnn cams una music, formed the ai-imeet tomorrow at 2:80 p. m. in the It
ersion oi me evening. . .airs, t lair
Edwards gave a piano solo. Miss
Electa Wright and Miss Hope New
comb gave readings.
11EUE VISITING PAHENTS.
Mm. Theodore V. Arnreiter
daughter Elliabcth, of Nampa,
re house guests for the next
weeks of Dr. and Mrs. y. W. Vincent.
Mrs, Arnreiter is their daughter.
HOME FROM PORTLAND.
Mrs. It. M. Crommelin, who has
been a guest of friends In Portland
for the past fortnight,, returned home
OLA UK CIRCLE TO MEET.
Clark circle of Westminster Guild
will meet this evening at the James
Akey home. The circle will study the
"Shephard of Arntnh." Clark circle
was organized recently and named in
honor of Mrs. George I- Clark, wife
(of Itev. Clark, pastor of the Presbv.
PKOC.UAM TO P.E PRESENTED.
Members of the I. O. O. F., the lie
bekahs and the encampment branch
of the I. O. O. F. will present a pro
gram tomorrow night at 8 o'clock In
the Oddfellows hall. Tho program
will be for the general public and will
be followed by a few hours of dancing.
STAN FIELD MATRON VISITS.
Mm. Karl l.und. of Stanfteld, Is a
Pendleton visitor today.
HOPF'S UPSTAIRS SHOP
Dashing little box jackets swing out
irora tne snouider, tianng , gracefully
around the hips. Others are short rip
ple effects. Offering choice of both
straight lined and circular skirts.
THE SUIT PRICES FOR SPRING
RANGE FROM $29.50, $34.00 ON UP
brury club room and will devote the
hours to sewing. Members have been
asked to bring a friend and to provide
incmseives with needle and thread.
OfER TAYLOR HARDWARE CO.
Make Your Last Years
Straw Hat Look
Like new. We have all colors of the best hat
dyes in stock.
DYE YOUR HAT
ELKAYS HAT DYE
PUTNAM STRAW HAT DYE
Priced at 25c
ill Oft STORE
MRS. Dl'RST HERE
Mrs. Jess Sallnur has returned from
Portland, accompanied by het
uaugnter, .Mrs, R. . Durst, who has
been seriously ill., Mrs. Durst has Just
recovered from an attack of smallpox.
VISITORS FROM LA GRANDE.
-Mrs. Lou Iloyt and daughter. Miss
Mildred lloyt, are guests at the home
of Rev.. ;fbd Mrs. George L. Clark.
Miss Hoyt Is a member of the La
Grande high school basketball team.
SOCIAL SERVICE INTERESTS..
Of great Interest to local club wo
men is the announcement that social
service work In the county is to be
extended in scope through the Red
Cross. Miss Katharine Ewing, for ten
years In social service work. Is i,i Pen
dleton to aciftialnt the public with the
alms of the Red Cross in sending a
social service worker to Pendleton.
Miss Ewing went to Milton today to
speak to people of that community on
DEGREE OF HONOR MEETS.
Especially enjoyable was a social
session of the Degree of Honor, held
yesterday afternoon in the I. O. O. F.
hall, with Mm. Ava Edwards, captain
of team No. 2, and Mrs. Nettie Hrown,
Mrs. Lecta Drown, Mrs. Angle New
ton. Aim. Fisk, Mrs. Julia Twitchcll,
Mrs. Ella Anderson, Mrs. Anna Peter
son, Miss Lizzie Peterson, Mrs. Agda
Nelson, Mrs. Alta Turner,' Mm. Janet
McRea, Mrs. Lena Pinson and Mrs.
Mary English as hostesses.
Six tables of progressive '500" were
In play during the afternoon and high
score trophies were won by Mm. An
derson and Mrs. Nelson. Refresh
ments were served later.
Guests of the Degree of Honor were
sirs. Jack Pozeger, Mrs. Jack Allen,
Mrs. Thomas Harper, Mrs. W. C. Ken
nedy of Hingham. Montana, Mrs. O. G.
Ilissinger, Mm. p. w. Dayton. Mrs.
Sam Wright, Mrs. M. L. Sittkus, Mrs.
Eugene Lyman and Mrs. J. C. King.
ONION SETS, GARDEN AND FLOWER
We have some extra fine Early Rose Seed
Potatoes on hand and Early Ohio Earliest of
All and Triumph to arrive. Place your order
early for the best stock.
Onion Sets, best quality, pound 15c
Imperial Coffee, equal to any high grade Cof- v
fee on the market, for Ten days only, lb. 40c
Jumbo Salted Peanuts, 3 pounds 50c
Elinors Columbia River Salmon, 4 cans. . 49c
Grand Ronde Potatoes, 100 pounds $2.25
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 1
amendment to the postoffice
prlation bill providing a million and
one half dollars tor a'rplane mail ser
vice between New Tork , and San
Francisco has been adopted in the
Mail Service to Continue.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 17 tA. P
The senate has authorized continu
ance of the transcontinental airplane
HEAVY RAINS REMOVE
' (East Oregonian Special.) ,'
URIAH, Feb. 17. The snow is
melting fast under a heavy rain a few
nights ago, followed by a strong Chi
nook wind, and now the ground is
covered with water and slush, mak
ing it very disagreeable to get around.
An ice jam was formed just above
town Saturday, forcing the water
through the south end of town and
Mrs. -Maggie Walker and family had
to get out of their house Saturday as
the water was up to the floor.
hills are baring off rapidly and things
had the appearance of a general
spring breakup, but Sunday night was
a cold night and everything froze up
and Monday it was snowing again.
Another social dance was given at
B. V. Peterson's hall Saturday night,
which was well attended. Sandwich
es, cake and coffee were served and
were enjoyed by all.
Mrs. Lowell i'endley of North Car
olina, Mrs. I. M. Curtis and Mrs. It. VV.
Moore of Washington, sisters and
brother of J. S. Moore of I'kiah, and
Mr. Grudy Brnfleld also of Washing
ton, who have lieen visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Moore for
the last week, left I'kiah Monday
morning on their return home.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kottmeler of Alba,
were In I'kiah Monday on business.
Last Thursday twenty of the ladies
of I'.kiuh were beautifully entertained
by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chamberlain
at their home in I'klnh where they
were invited to a quitting bee. Excel
lent work iis done and four nice
quilts were tied out during the day.
Beautiful music thr6ughout the day
by an Edison graphophone was ren
dered by Mr. Chamterlaln. An excel
lent dinner at noon and lunch in the
evening was served by Mrs. Chamber
lain, who proved a very entertaining
hostess, and all went home feeling
that they had been royally entertain
ed. Those present were. Mrs. Joseph
Mettle, Mrs. Fayette Mettle. Mrs. H'ar-
ry Huston, Mrs. Lou Case, Mrs. I. R.
Laurance, Mrs. MeRoberts, Mrs. Olive
Turner, Mrs. Mary Peterson. Mrs.
Fred Peterson, Mrs. J. T. Huston, Mrs.
James Mossle, Mrs. Hynd, Mrs. J. D.
Kir!;, Mrs. William Mills, ' Mrs. Fred
Peterson, Mrs. Parrot. Mrs. S. J. Hel-
mick. Mrs. George Ness, Miss Florence
Ness, Miss Mary Calverly, .Mrs. Kert
Constants and Mrs. Walter Allison.
James Terry of Pilot Rock, who has
been in I'kiah for the last ten days,
left for home last Thursday.
George Ness, Bert Gibbs and I. R.
Laurance made a business trip to Pen
dleton the last of the week.
Harley Kirk and -Albert Peterson
left for Portland last week on busi
ness. J. H. Wagner left a few days ago on
a business trip into Grant county.
Mrs. Olive Turner left Saturday for
the Gibbs sawmill to spend a fee
days with her daughter, Mrs. Bert
Charles Tullls, Guy Arbogast and
Everett Arbogast. all of Hitter, were,
guests at the Ukiah 'hotel Saturday
night. ' v
Walter Casteel of Alba attended the
dance in Ukiah Saturday night.
There have been several slides on
the north fork grade and the stage
driver is hai'it some trouble in get
ting over there. Men have gone to
clear them away.
Clyde Helmick left for l'ilot Rock
Monday on business. I
A few of the farmers nre running!
short of hay, but; the must of them
have plenty to run them safely
through the winter. :
I. R. Laurance left a few days ago!
for Portland on business.
f . THOMAS -
I 1: ; SHOP
I I , 7. .
No-To-Bac" has helped thousands
to break the costly, nerve-shattering
tobacco habit. Whenever you have a
Itnging for a. cigarette, cigar, pipe, or
for a chew. Just place a harmless No-
To-Bac tablet in your' mouth instead,
to help relieve that awful desire.
Shortly the habit may be completely-)
broken, and you are better off mental
ly, physically, financially. It's so easy
so simple. Get a box of No-To-Bac
and If It dcien't release you from all
craving for tobacoo In any form, your
druggist will refund your mone
ment of bills 241. 107, 117 and H3, af
fecting schools in the state.
STRENGTHEN THAT KENT BACK
No need to suffer from that tireu
dead ache In your back, that lameness,
those distressing urinary disorders.
Pendleton people have found how to
get relief. Follow, this Pendleton res
Wm, McGregor, 'blacksmith, 711
Lllleth St., says: "Kidney complaint
came on and I was so bad I couldn't
bend my back to get under a horse. 1
was all tired out and my kidneys acted
Irregularly and the secretions were
painful In paasage. I had no strength
at all and my back was lame and sore.
After a short use of Doan'g Kidney
Pills, all the trouble disappeared. My
health is now excellent and by back Is
good and strong. I give Doan's Kid
ney pills the credit." (Statement giv
en November 25, 1912.)
On Juno 17, 1920, Mr. McGregor
said: "I have just as much faith In
Doan's Kidney Pills as when I endors
ed them before. I gladly confirm all
I said in praise of Doan's for they
never fail to give me excellent relict
from kidney ailments."
6c, at all dealers. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo. N. Y.
New Taffeta Frocks
These charming frocks of taffeta with their
quaint puffing and rufflings will delight the
woman who is looking for a delightful addition
to her spring wardrobe. These frocks are dif
ferent from the most you see.
Less Than 30 Days Remain
For You to File Your
Income Tax Return
Do not delay this until the last few days. We
are now assisting many and are in a position to help
you and at a nominal fee. . .
Funk & McLean
Next Door to Pendleton Hotel
INSURANCE AND ACCOUNTING
(Continued from page 1.)
Red Cross social workers go into fami
lies and discover if there are defec
tives, dependents, delinquents, etc.
Workers then find means to remedy
these conditions. It should be remem
bered, however, that the aid of charit
able organizations is as greatly needed
now as In the past. The new plan
merely systematizes charity and social
The (service work in generai.lf
V, W. Green Seak.s
Miss Kwing also spoke last night on
remedial measures for juvenile delin
quency and her talk was followed by
one from W. W. Green, county school
superintendent, wno spoke on school
bills in the legislature. The associa
tions wired to Saiem their endorse-
PAZO OINTMENT Instantly Re
lieves ITCHING PILES end yoo
can get restful sleep after the
An druggists are authorized to
refund the money if PAZO OINT
MENT fails to Cure any case of
ITCHING, BUND, BLEEDING or
PROTRUDING PILES. Cures or
dinary cases in C days, the
worst cases in 14 days.
It is guaranteed by Paris Med
icine Co., St. Louis. Mo., Manu
facturers of the world-famous
Grove's Laxative Bromo Quinine
WINS POETRY PRIZE
This signature is on every box
of PAZO OINTMENT. 60c.
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' MRS. FRANCES C. BUKNETT
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Koit SAUK Sice residence lot on
paved street price reasonable
I'hono i'Ji alter i p. ni.
Mrs. Frances Cameron Burnett,
wife of Colonel Charles Burnett.
American military attache st
Tokyo, won fourth place in the
emperor's annual poem contest.
She was In comsetitioowitb na
Only Two More Days
FEB. 19th will see the
end of the
conducted in Pendle-ton.
If you need Furniture, Rugs, Linoleum, Shades, Mattresses or a Phonograph,
buy it before Saturday, 8 30 p. m.
You will find our whole stock of General Housefumishing at greatly re
duced prices and only 2 more days to buy at these prices.
Wilton Rugs 1-2 ojf.
All Cotton, Cotton Felt and
Floss Mattresses 1-2 off.
Leather Rockers 1-2 off.
Pictures 1-2 off. ,
Pabgoleum and Print Linoleum at
Silk l-2 off.
All Inlaid Linoleum 1-3 off.
Window Shades 1-3 off'
Lamp Shades 1-2 off. .
PHONOGRAPHS 1-3 OFF
1-3 to 1-2 off on our entire stock except contract goods and pho
nograph records net.
Any goods you may want to purchase during this sale will be held, by pay
ing a deposit down and the balance after March 1st: until and including March
Remember, Feb. 19th 8:30 p. m. Only Two Days More.
SEE OUR WINDOWS. COME LOOK BUY SAVE
Crawford Furniture Co.
Out of Town Business Solicited Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention.
103 E. Court St. , PcndletonOregon Phone 496