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' DAILY EAST OKEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, " WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 2,1921.
Social and Club News
WATCH YOUR HEALTH IMPROVE
WITH ITS USE
I'KWKBllS HAVR MKETINO .city' pioneer residents who experlenc-
of special Interest wan a meeting ed thj big torrent which swept the
.f Pioneer Ladle' Club mrnihrni yes- town
rtAy afternoon In the library club! Mm. Frank Frailer (rave a reading,
room, when Hit V. B. Mays, Mrs. a.j"'Miui(i Muller," and Mrs. Jess Fau
lt. Thompson. Mm Mary IHsosway.) Ing eang "Sailor Roy," an old English
Mi. Minnie Ktlllmnn, Mr. J. H. Haley.! song written two hundred yearn ago.
Mr. Ktnlly Isaac, Mm. Minerva
Mom. Mr. E. U tmlth ami Mr. Xet-I innrd Town," and " Blue Bell of Scoi
tle Whetstone were hostesses. ,'land," with piano accompaniment toy
Pendleton' tola; flood, which occur-' Mr. Charles Bond. "The Bloom U on
led in December. 111!, wa the theme the Hye" and "No, Sir," were sung by
for an entertaining talk by Mrs. J. F.
Iloh'ncon. Mr, ftoblnson recalled the
amusing Incident of the event and
men. oned the namen of many of the
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Jim, Will H. Bennett sang "Old Fash-j
Mr. James Hill, with Mr. E. F. Aver
tll at the piano. For two number.
"Old Folks at Home" and "Auld Lang
S ne," :in hy the club member.
from $35.00 on up to $110
Mrs, a. v. Phelps w at the piano.
Mrfc. Frank Fraxier was In charge of
tne enjoyable procram.
For the nodal hour, Mrs. Ellen CI.
Pond and Mis Ida Boyd presided at
tea ta"lle centered by fern. The
next meeting of the club will be the
first Tuesday in April. .
MRS. SN'OW CHOSEN.
Mrs. J. C. Snow waa chosen presi
dent of the Current Literature Club
for the ensuing year at the annual
business meeting- held yesterday after
noon In the library. Mrs. Snow has
served a vice-president during the
past year. She succeeds Mrs. Nor
borne Berkeley. Mrs. Thomas Vaugh
an waa chosen vice-president, Mrs, C.
S. Jerard secretary, while Mrs. James
Welch was re-elected secretary.
"Modern Contemporaneous Litera
ture," was the subject for study by the
club during the past year of the club's
activity, wo chosen as the topic for
the coming year's study. Special em
phasis Is to be given to modern dra
For the past two yearn the club has
provided for a little French orphan
and at the meeting It was voted to
care for the child for another year,
after which time she will be self-sup
porting. The club voted also to sup
port the Armenian relief drive.
MEET AT MRS. LOWELL'S
Mrs. Stephen A. Lowell was hostess
last night for a meeting of the Umatil
la chapter of the Daughter of the
American Revolution. An Interesting
paper on the early social life In Pen
dleton wa read by Miss Mildred Berk
ley. The pa par wa written by her
grandmother, Mrs. Nancy DeSpaln, one
of the early pioneer of this section.
After a business meeting, refreshments
were served by Mrs. Lowell. '
Mrs. John A Keatlntj. state regent,
who was to have visited the local chap
ter soon, ha postponed her arrival lie-
cause of the state convention of the
Daughter which will be held tn Salem
March 18 and 19. Members through
out the state will attend, and the Uma
tllla chapter will be represented by
Mr. Sylvan Cohn, formerly regent of
the chapter. ' It is probable that Mrs.
F. E. Judd, of Portland, a member of
the Umatilla chapter, will attend also.
The convention headquarters will he
it Hotel Marion.
DINNER IS GIVEN
Mrs. William Kennedy and her
mother, Mrs. Mary Rhodes, were
guests of honor at an Informal dinner
last evening for which Mrs. Frank
King and Mm. Eugene Lyman were
The table was decorated with a
charming centerpiece of varl-hued
spring blossoms, and cover were laid
for Mrs. Charles Goodman, Mm. P. C.
Peterson', Mm. Rudolph Hayden, Mm.
George Edmunds, Mm. Kenneth Mc
Rae, Mrs. Robert Brown, Mm. Vir
gil Belts, Mm. M. J. Carney, Mrs,
Milton Ross. Mrs. Everett Allen, Miss
Elizabeth Peterson and Miss Janet
BRIDE TO BE HONORED.
For the pleasure of Mrs. Paul Ost
root, a recent bride, Mrs. E. F. Aver
111 and Mm.' Luther J. Goldman will
entertain most informally on Saturday
afternoon at the Averill home on Per
kins Avenue. Mm. Ostroot, Mm. Aver-
ill and Mm. Goldman are sorority sis
ters, the three being members of Del
ta Gamma sorority.
WJLL MPET TOMORROW
"Africa" will be the theme for i
meeting: of the Women's Missionary
Society of the Christian church tomor
row afternoon In the pastor's study
Mrs. Rex Graf, head of Division No,
will be in charge. Members and
friends have been invited to attend
ENTRE NOUS TO MEET.
Members of the Entre Nous, after.
noon briflge club, and their husbands,
will be guests tomorrow night at an
evening bridge party at the home of
Mr. and .Mrs. Fred Benhlon, when
Mm. Bennion and Mm. D. D. Hobart
will be hostesses.
HOSTS FOR PARTY.
Mr. and Mr. J. Gordon York were
hosts last night at an Informal party,
(n a unique contest trophies were won
by Mm. Clyde Tucker and Mm. Flnley
Graybeal, Mm. Lincoln York assisted
the hostess in serving refreshments.
ROTARIANS TO ENTERTAIN
Members of the Rotary dub will en
tertaln their ladles this evening at a
formal dinner dance at the Elk club,
The affair is the second given by Ro
tarians during the winter.
THURSDAY CLUB TO MEET
Members of the Thursday Afternoon
dub will meet tomorrow afternoon
the library club room with Mrs. Ben-
lamine L. Burroughs and Mrs. Harold
J. Warner as hostesses.
CLUB WILL MEET
The Lavendar Club will meet tomor
row afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Anna McConnell, 716 Jane Street.
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CLUB TO MEET
The Riverside Needlecraft Club will
meet tomorrow afternoon at the home
of Mr. George Wachtel.
ATHENA MATRONS HERE.
Mrs. C. H. Smith and Mrs. Radtke
ot Athena, are visitors in Pendleton
Mrs. I). H. Harrison and small
daughter Lois, are guests of Mrs. Har
rison's father, 8. H. Walker.
LEAVE FOR 8ARLSON.
Mrs. C. H. Stewart of Carlson,
Washington, who ha been in Pendle
ton visiting her father, R. W. Case, de
parted today for her home, accom
panied by her father, who will reside
with his daughter. Lewis Case, son of
Mr. Case, went with them on a busi
ness trip and will return to Pendleton
PARTY IS GIVEN.
Mrs. Joseph N. Scott Was pleasantly
surprised on the occasion of her
borthday when a group of her friends
called at the Scott home on Lew's
street last evening. Twelve couples
were present and spent the evening in
games and dancing. The Virginia
Reel and country square dances were
enjoyed, with Mm. Will Wyrlck "call
ing" the latter. For a waltxing con
test Mm. John Winer and Mrs. D. i
Johnson were the winners, the deci
sion being made by Casper Woodward,
Mm. Bert McDonald and Kenneth Mc
Rae, all non-dancers. A husbands'
beauty contest "was won by B. A. Mc
Donald, who wa chosen by the ladies
Later the guests unpacked bountiful
hampers and luncheon was served, one
of the features of the menu being a
birthday cake with brilliant red can
dles. After midnight, M. L. Akera. one
of the guests, received felicitations on
his birthday,, which Is today, and waa
presented with a birthday cake.
BE BATTLE EFFICIENCY
-WASHINGTON, March t. (U. P.)
A United States navy of "battle ef
ficiency" will be Edwin Denby's pol
Icy as secretary of the navy, he de
clared following a conference with
Daniels. "Every subordinate to that
one object must go by the board."
MARION, March 2. (A. P.)
Harding's neighbors bade him God
speed today in a formal farewell
which brought to the famous front
porch one of its largest gatherings.
The city presented him with a silver
plaque inscribed "God's Blessing to
PORTLAND, March (A. P.)
David F. Morrison, editorial writer of
the Portland Telegram, died at
Shanghai today of pneumonia while
on a tour studying the oriental mar
kets, according to a message to the
HARRISBURG, Pa., Mar. i. (IT.
P.) Two trainmen were killed and a
woman and child slightly hurt and
score of others bruised when a Penn
sylvania passenger train ran Into the
lead end of a freight train near New
port. . Card of Thanks
We desire to express our most sin
cere thank to the many kind friends
ho so generously contributed their
itKeistance during our sad bereave
ment in the death of our lieloved
brother, George Darveau, Also for
ibe beautiful floral offering received.
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U. S. TO TAKE LEAD IN
WASHINGTON, March 1. (Ralph
H. Turner. V. P. Staff Correspondent.)
Under the Harding administration,
republican leaden with an Interest In
foreign affairs will set forth to
strengthen America's position in the
This wa the Intimation contained
today In a statement by Senator Knox
who endorsed tlte principle of a for
eign loan consortium for financing
China and expressed the hope that
America, after March 4, will take the
lead in making the "open door" in
China "a reality and not merely a
Knox statement was considered
significant, following the knowledge
that the Wilson administration, sus
pending' plans for any further action,
has decided to bequeath to the new
government the handling of the Chi
nese conrotium, organized largely
through the efforts of Thomas W. La
ment, of Morgan ft Company.
Knox is peculiarly fitted to speak on
the probable Oriental policy of the re
publicans, for it was he who proposed
in 1110, while secretary of state, that
the railroads Of Manchuria be "internationalized."-'
By this move Knox
hoped to gain an equal place for Am
erica In Chinese affairs and to check
aggression by other foreign power.
Kno also was secretary Of state when
the United States Joined the Interna
tional group to aid China, only to
withdraw shortly after W. J. Bryan
became head of the state department.
Republican leader declare that be
cause of his experience Knox will be
one of Harding's chief advisers on Far
Eastern matters. .
"If my Opinion is asked," Knox said
today, "I would strongly urge Ameri
ca" active participation In the loan
consortium. America's presence In
the group Insures nid to China with,
out the suggestion of ulterior motives
which sometimes have accompanied
the movements of foreign powers In
Chinese territory. It also means that
America will have a voice In matters
which affect China, her sovereignty
and her territorial integrity. '
It will be up to the republican ad
ministration to develop the consorti
um to the point where actual advances
to China will be forthcoming Al-
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though there are four powem In the
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her public utilities. Any national
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group to Include its share in their Is
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America to carry England and France,
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withdrew most of her reservations.
No money has yet been loaned hy
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