East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, February 26, 1921, DAILY EDITION, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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FACE SIX
DAILY EAST OS.EGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 26, 1021.
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Social
CIA H H AX MKKTlNtl
Mem hern of Ihe Current l.ltcratur
I'liili mi l ycKlonlay bI tlv library cluh
loom with Mm. Kred Ivnncrl us hos
tess, the subject for study during the
afternoon Iwlng American fiction.
(if nxn-titlonul Interest were ticrs
!y Mm, K. II. Aldrlch, Mrs. J, O. Snow
mid Mrs. Hoy Haley. Mm Aldrlch
reviewed the life of -dncy Porter (O
Henry I end itnve a review of a story
from "The Trimmed 1mi." Headings
from ChrlKtoiher Morley's "Mine
lie," were given by Mm Snow, and
Mr. Haley reviewed O'llrlen's "Year
Hook of Best Short Stories."
rr a Meinff musical program)
Mm. James Hill mnjr "Three Sailors
Cams Raillnir," with lano accompanl
ment by Mr R. F. Averill; Mr. Vin
ton Hoblnsftn played a violin nolo.
"Herceuse from Jocrlyn," with Mrs.
H. 8. Mckenzie t the piano, nnd Mrs.
McKensie sunjr "Alone In lve's Hard
m," with violin obligiito by Mrs. Hob
lnaon. Scarlet candles ftlcmed on a tea table
attractively decked with red carnations
tt the same hue during the social horn
which followed the iimsram. Mrs
Emil IXihnert and Mrs. James Johns.
Sr. .poured and the hostesses were as
sisted In aervinit by Mrs. H. J. Kuvan
auph, Mrs. Frank Kincaid, Mrs. Hoy
Haley, Mrs. John Hernard, Mrs. James
Hill and Mlw Beth Smilh.
SHOWER W GIVES
Honoring Miss Virginia -Todd, bride
elect, Mrs. S. It. Thompson and Mrs.
11. TV. Collins were hostesses yesterday
afternoon for a miscellaneous hower"t
IIOPF'S UPSTAIRS SHOP
OVER TAYLOR
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Tn Your Selection of Writing
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ality to your correspondence than the proper se
lection of your stationery.
We cary only the finest qualities in Eaton,
' Crane and Pikes fine stationery. , ' '
Select Cranes OLD STYLE; LINEN LAWN
or Highland Linen in any of the popular shapes
and tints. Our assortment is always complete.
- Frked at 75cand wpwards.
THOMPSON'S DRUG STORE
For Sale
Alfalfa Seed
eardless Barley
Corn, Rolled Barley,
Oats
MLA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
Phone 1014-351
mid Club
at the Thompson home. About twenty
five guests were present, many of them
being canteen and Iced CJ-iws workers
who have In-en associated vlth Miss
Todd in war and relief work. Mrs, K.
O. Todd, of Hermlston, mother of Miss
Tinld, was an out-of-town guest.
The afternoon was spent In sewing
on treasurers for the hope chest, ljiter
th honoree opened a dainty Raster
hut box, tied xviih a huge how of violet
tulle, and containing a veritable
'hower of charming gifts.'
Daffodils of sunshine yellow center
ed the table. wherevMlss Todd presid
ed during the serving of refreshments.
Assisting the hostesses In serving were
Mrs .Royal M. Sawtclle and Mrs. W'll
lard Bond.
MKKTIXO TS RXJOTED
An enjohablo meeting of tho Spli
Krinktum Club was that of yesterday
afternoon at the homo of Mrs. J. A.
Cresswell, when Mrs. Cresswell and
Mrs. Perkins were hostesses. Sewing
on qnilts for the poor occupied the
afternoon hours, as well as an Interest
ing discussion of the effect of moving
pictures upon the minds of children.
The Cresswell home was charmingly
decorated with ferns and dainty re
freshments were served. Besides club
members, Mrs. Mao Hqke was a guest.N
WIl.t. VK.T1N PKX'h.F" OX
Mr. nnd Mrs. . II. t hnencamp.
of I -a llrsnde, will arriv in Pendle
ton this e nlng to i. ciol tho week-en 1
as th. (S.-i-Ma of M . v Mrs. H. u
raily. F'l.m Ten Jl '.oii th"y -Rill rfo
- Bii..kan . to nttend t ie V
s' fjo
GRACE AND
YOUTHFULNESS
is expressed in
The New
Spring
Frocks
Developed in Crisp Taffetas
and soft, graceful hanging
Crepe Silks. One may choose
here from a wide range of
styles and prices.
Your inspection cordially
invited. '
HARDWARE CO.
J
News
ventu n. returning h. r Vi'l' for
visit at i.v. Until.' h' ttie.
VICTROLA CONCEltT TOMOKKOYV.
Tho feature of Sunday's Vict rout
concert at the County Library will be
I records from La Travlata, sung by
Caruso, tiluck, do Luca, Martinelll
and Uallt Curci. Songs and violin se
lections will comprise the remainder
of the program. The music com
mences at three, though tho rending
rot ni la oikmi from two until five.
Carnival of Venice, Purl II
Luisa Tetranlnl
Travinta Ll I'rovenia II Mar (Thy
Home In Fair Provence) Act 3,
Verdi
Uulscppe de Luca
La Travlata Del Mlcl Itollentl-Spiritl
(Wild My Pream of Youth)
Giovanni .Murtlnelll
Llebeslled (Love's Sorrow
Frits Krejsler
Travlata luiponcto (Xow Command
Mel
Amellta C.alll-Curcl
Uiuseppe de Luca
Traviata lito Alia Ulovlno (Say to
Thy Daughter) .
Amellta C.ulll-Curcl
Giuseppe (le Luca
Araviata L'rindisl-UbUim Xel Callcl
(A Bumper We'll Drain)
Enrico Caruso-Alma Gluvk .
Travlata Ah, Ftars Lul ,
Amellta Galll-Curcl
Traumerie Schumann
Mi-ha Klinan
ltoamin' in the Gloamln'
Harry Lauder
Love's Old Sweet Song (Molloy)
Xeapolltan Trio
Santa Lucia (Neapolitan Folk Song)
Heed Miljfr
Swedish Cradle Song
Alma Gluck and Efiem Zimbalist
Swiss Echo Song
Lulsa Tetrazzinl
Scherzo-Taraantella (Henri Wienlaw
skl) Jascha Helfets
Angel's Serenade (Gaetano Braga)
John McCormack-Frltz Krcisler
REVCE TO BE GIVEN
A coming event In the calendar Is
the "Juvenile Revue of 1921," to be
presented March 11 at the high school
auditorium by the pupils of the Wash
ington school as a benefit for the Boy's
Band.
The Revue promises to be strictly
entertaining but will at the same time
reflect the regular school work which
has been thoughtfully prepared by
teachers with a view te making It at
tractive to pupils In their daily wora
and entertaining to the audience. This
is especially true of the play "Hiawa
tha," to be enacted by the pupils ot
the third grade.
. Mother Goose ryhmes In a new set
ting will bring joy to the juvenile
heart, and It Is probable that staid
grown-ups will be carried back to the
Cays of their childhood by the per
formance. The band will make its initial public
appearance at the Revue. The boys
M-ganized this year and the band has
made excellent progress.
ELDE EX CLLB MEETS
. Mrs. D. L. Johnson, was hostess yes
terday for a meeting of the Eldeen
Club at her home, 31S Thompson
street. The afternoon was spent In
needlework, and later refreshments.
were served. Besides club members.
guests were Mrs. J. DeWilde, Mrs. Iva
Dlmick and Mrs. Jack Jewctt,
WILL ELECT OFFICEP.S
The Current Litewture Club will
elect officers for the ensuing year at a
meeting of the county library auditor
.ism Tuiic'ay afternoon at 2:20. V
this time the annual business meeting
will be held and futi. i plans (Tiscuss ? 1
The clu; s nearing thj e of a year
of ui.iet:'v'. activity.
V I!S. HEN DERSON TO RETURN
Mrs. Ellen Henderson who has been
visiting In La Orande for the pan
month, will return to Pendleton to
morrow night. She will be accom
panied by her.grandspn, John Hender
son, who went to La Grande this morn
ing to return with his grandmother.
. Xot Always.
Jimmy Say, Uncle, Is a man a big
amist when he has one wife too
many? - : . - .
I ,Vn
Have
lio bit
,Uncle-tvof . .necessarily, Now I
one wife too many and yet I m
igamist. Houston Post.
Electric 4
Heaters
INSTANT WARMTH
Bathroom, bedroom, every
room. Attach any where
to light circuit
J. L. VAUGIIAN
PtHiiie 1st
10 E, Court
DR. C. H. DAY
niyslcisn and Surgeon
Osteopath
Koomi 21 and 25 Bmith-Crawforl
Building.
Teltchona 7A4 Ra& 74-B
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
Chronic and Kervoua' Dlseasea and
Disease of Women. X-Ray 'Electric
Therapeutic.
Tempi Illdg. Room li
TJiont 411
The Outstanding Event
in March occurs when
Harding is inducted into
office. ,
No event will please ustlluw
more than the pleasure
of seeing you hero soon.
DEMONSTRATION
- FOUR MORE DAYS KERR'S CEREAL
PRODUCTS
PROCESS yulls and impurities are removed,
then the kernels are cooked, using steam and hot
air at a high temperature. 1
Kerr's Toasted Oats produced by this method
only require a small amount of further cooking. '
Kerr's Rolled Oats, package 35c
Kerr's Rolled Wheat, package . ..45c '
Kerr's Pan Cake Flour, package 35c ,
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
THREE f HONES
WHAT PENDLETON GRADE
SHCOOLS
Atushiugtoii School
The kindness of the local banks, In
furnishing noto forms for tho seventh
arithmetic class, afforded the pupils
practice in writing, signing and figur.
ing interest and amount on actual
notes. ,
The pupils of the various grades
ha? been busy In the art classes the
past week making posters to advertise
tho 1921 Jitvenila revue. Tho Interest
has been keen and the results surpris
ing. l'auline Scott Is again able to attena
the fourth grade.
Violet Tilson has left recently for
Pilot Hock where she will attend
school. K
Wayne and Herold Estes have re
turned to school after au al'senco due
to illness.
Lincoln Sk liool '
The first grade hHd a lesson on civil
me n "7, , :r?:.:
The mail carriers were Bobby Snow,
Charles Hester and Kalph Sievers.
ine icacner, sir, donn Hal ev. re-
reived a beautiful potted plant by par.
col post from Mary Lonergan. The
rural routes were the other urades.
Patriotic emblems have been made uy !
me children.
There has been no tardy marks and
no one aoseni trom tne fourth gnide
this week. Marjoric Richardson, al
: formic pupil In the fifth grade visited
school Wednesday afternoon
Oliver Leedy and Gladys Stanley
made an average of 100 In arithmetic
tests.
The boys and girls contest In spell
ing is causing much excitement. Mon.
day afternoon everyone of the 28
girls made MO while the 13 'boys are
still without a perfect record.
Georgiana Henselman is very III witH
pneumonia,
Marion Averill and Nitn Gorhnm are
absent this week because of chicken
pox. j
Vivian McAllister Is much Improv
ed In health and Is able to be out-of-doors
enjoying the fresh air.
The fifth grade enjoyed a letter
from Margaret Bennett; a former pupil
who is now. living In Dan vers, Mon
tana. Raymond Ilugg is absent from the
sixth grade. Kobert Olshop'fhas re
turned from Salem.
Eighth grade pupils have been mak
ing out prommissory notes and checks.
Quito a number of pupils received low
grades because of punctuation marks.
Eighth grade pupils are vory anxious
to get the pennant away from the third
grade. .
M. E. Tucker, community service
worker, spoke to the oys of the six.
neventh and eighth "grades on Boy
hoout work and also talked to
girls on girls' work.
the
Field School
On February 14, the first and second
A TERRIBLE TURK
Kalla railsi and Site Who
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' ' Kalla lttMa und Mm? Who Tuh- H m With Itlsiwlkh! - X jl
Kalia rasha'.the Tcirihle Turk! Fone crusher! Woman licnter! Durk-'
hued villain of the screen! Mrs. Kulla Pasha. Tamer of rhe Terrihle Turk.
There, you ha-e a most Interesting story of domestic life Ijehlnd the silver
scre?n. ' , '
I'ssha ls tho kpin k-Vni-dii n-iln'K-'f m out KUy of the Sennet t Comedies. J
lie man led Tita japmelson six moptlw ngo, She isn't half as big as he
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QUALITY
ARE DOING
grades had a Valentine box and a
Ijarty which was much enjoyed by the
pupils, on February !2 the first and
second grades united in a patriotic
musical program under the direction
of Mrs. a. H, Forshaw with the kl;i.
wcrgarten as guests. After returning
to their rooms they took up a review
of the oral work previously given on
Lincoln and Washington and com
pleted the putrlotlo posters. The art
work this month hits included also
study of pictures of famous men born
In February.
Hawthorne School
Willis Lecklider, who bn niude a
collection, of butterflies brought them
to school to study in connection with
the life cycle of a butterfly. Slost In
teresting was nn Insect in the pupa
stage.
The fifth nnd sixth grades celebrat-
Walnun-. birthday together,
I As an introduction to the study of
the "supposed speech of John Adams
on lh I wl,r..ii,,r. t i .,.i..,.n.iann. "
Opal Ztlony recited the "Independence
UU."
The-third and fourth grades cele
brated Washington's birthday with
program held In the third grade room.
Elhworth Akey of the fourth dressed
as young George Washington, acted as
chnlrriinn hv..ri .
ent. , , .
Mrs. HinchUff, Mrs. Morse and Mrs.
Boddy visited the third grade this
week. i
Several Interesting X-ray pictures
were brought to school by Hubert
Wlthell for the physiology class.
The boys and girls of the sixth grade
had an Interesting spelling contest In
which the girls won. The boys are
very anxious to have another to show
the girls It was only an accident that
they won.
Mrs. Eclilcs visited. chool Friday.
A very Interesting nnd nulte original
program was given by the pupils' of
the seventh grade. The room wan
divided Into seven divisions and o
leader appointed for each. They were
required to work out their special fea
tures of the program. Besides song:
recltatfons and compositions two very
Food drama's were presented under
tho leadership of Curl Vortmun and
Francis McGce. These were presented
In costume. ...
As the Bergman family are niovln-;
tn Hermlston, Hawthorne Is lonln?
ainie excellent students.
The second grade has completed
specimens In Palmer writing and will
now send them away to secure the
Palmer Silver button.
The seventh and eighth grades met
t th eitrhth arade room and entov-
jed a half hour fit singing. Thursday
afternoon under the direction of It. E,
Ttickcr. They express a hope that he
will come again.
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aunaay 7:30pM-
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