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DAILY EAST OSECCmH, rENDtSTOir, OTZCQX,
IT.IDAY EVENING, mT.cn U, 1021.
T23f PAGr,3 '
J"" j. a.. .in-gCT
" Kin- pahty is nrrrKss.
Time turned backward In Its night
lant evening, and made children of
member, of the Kill Kre Klub at a
"Kid" party at Eagle-Woodman hall.
Kittcniah young mlRnea with curls,
bobbed hair or braid danced, with
youth of the "IVnrod" type or with
Will more Juvenile partners wearing
neat rompera, Hunter lliown suits or
other youthful attire.
. The "vounrtero" were made happy
by the prexentat-on or caps, whistles
and toy during the evening and later
unhampered by reproving parental
eyes which tuimetimnr take the Joy
nut of life at real kid parties, ate un
limited quantities of ull-day sucker
and Ice-cream cones,
Several dinner parties preceded the
rarty, among them one for which
Mr. and Mrs. James Welch were hosts
in honor of Mr, ahd Mrs. Royal M.
Suwtelle, who are soon to leave Pen
dleton. "Tilly Tinker" and her pets
formed the centerpiece nt a table
where oilcloth bibs were thoughtfully
placed for each gujeurt.
Mr, and Mrs. V. J. Clarke and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Greultrh were hosts
to twenty-one guests preceding the
dance- Most original was a ; center
piece showing a miniature Japanese
garden.. Guests appeared in Juvenile
attire and "kid favors wore a fca
HOPF'S UPSTAIRS SHOP
SPRING IS REFLECTED
IN THE NEW EASTER MODES
SUITS; WRAPS, COATS, FROCKS,
BLOUSES, SEPARATE SKIRTS
Exceedingly favorable prices are an added in.
centive toward an early selection.
OVER TAYLOR HARDWARE CO,
Bring your films to us let
an expert do the work.
Kodak pictures are inex
pensive as long as the picture
Enlargements to any size
from the smallest photo.
THE PENDLETON DRUG CO.
"JITEXILE R KVt'B" TO.VIGHT .
Pendleton children who are pupils
of Washington school are to be pre
sented tonight In a "Juvenile Itevue"
at the high school auditorium, for the
benefit of (he Washington school band.
Following la the program: - . .
March ....... . ...IWid
Hiawatha Third Grade
(.roup I Home of Nokomla
Group II Evening
Group III Hiawatha's Hunting
Group IV Village Rejoicing
. , Kutn Liester, Thelma Morris
Tinkers' Chorus from Robin Hood
(Washington School Song)
Eighth Grade Boys
Thomas Orchestra Seventh Grade
Elirabeth'g Dream. A Mother Goose
Fantasy, The Little Girl '
.'. . Elizabeth Steiwer
"I've Got a Pain in My Fawdust"
Doll Song, Blsquo Doll
. . ...(...-. r. .-. . .i . , Lrticile- Beck
....Fern Thim, Frances Michael.
Marguerite Bogert, .Genevieve Boyd
Art I Girls' Club Meeting at School
Act II Onj Week Later.'
, , ... '
Ruth Marlon Graham!
Alice Frieda iPohl. " ,
, Isabel Evelyn Snyder
Xellie Irene Boyd
. Beatrice Margaret Adams
Olive Rdna Cook . '
Winifred Mae Packsfrd
Edith Jones Crarline Endicoti
Rose JacKVon Carl Itinshart.
LOCAL IXSTITT TE TOMORROW
Teachers of the central part of the
county will meet lit the high school
auditorium tomorrow for the third of
a aeries of local Institutes. There will
be a number of interesting discussions
at the meeting. The program follows
General Assembly '
11:00 a. m.. Community Singing.
11:10, Schools as Community Centers
E. R. Tucker.
11:30 Track Athletics Eva Han
sen. ' .
ll:40--Declamatory Contests 'Eliz
abeth Severance. .
11:50 Summer Normal School H.
1:30 p. m. Selections from Juvenile
Revue Pupils from 'Washington
' 1:40 New School Laws Supt. W
W. Green. '
ferarto Department 'Session
2:00 p. m. Fourth Grade Class
Demonstration Supt. W". ty. Green,
J:30 Round Table Discussion.
High School Session
2:00 p. m. Professional Improve
ment for-the -Teacher O. C. Hartley; -
2:20 Definite Objectives for Teach
er and Student Paul Reed. . 1
2:40 Uw. of Educational Tests
Fred E. Schmidt.
THE BONE OF CONTENTION IS YAP "YEP"
Wc'ro on the job, reudy at all times to serve you!
ilit mill i iwi urn ii ilsannniMsjul
81'NIUY DINM U
We always curry a very coihplete alock of high grade
groceries, fresh fruits and vegetables, but on Suturduys we
; secure extra stock for your Sunday dinner.
( ranges , 5o to 9(h)
Lemons, donen , loc
I'ananua, pound ....... ,.i ; 2o
' Grape Fruit. Florida, lurge, each , , , ,,..20
Wine Sap Apples, box t .,..$3.00
Green Peas, 3 pounds . ,, $1.00
. Celery, bleached, bunch . -. ;jlk!
Home Grown Sptnaoh, pound ' '. ..IOc
Head Lettuce, lurge bend '. .,..l(c
Hot House Lettuce, pound 80
- t Oregon Broccoli '(Cauliflower) head , ,80c t 5e
New t'allfora'a Ciibbane, pound , o
Hot House Rhubarb, pound .'. as;r
Radish, bunch ye
Hunch Carrots and Kcets , ; . . . . J bunch 2.-
Turnips, bunch , ,0.V!
Parsley, bunch ..10o
Green Onions, bunch ,..,0Ro
Sweet Potatoes, a pounds ,. i 25u
F'rench Artichokes, ( each !'.!!!!!! Ismo
r Garlic, pound ,. ... 3mki
V. Ripe Tomates, pound iase
Fnrd lites, pound !!!.1lk
Golden Dates, pound ,in.
' Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
"3 Phone 23 " Only 1 Quality the Best
MRS. BRLSHA VISITS
Mrs. D. Prushn, of Portlund, Is a
guest at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Arthur Cuhl. Mr. 13 rush a Is st
Hot Lake at present ior tha benefit
of his health.
MAKING '?EAL BEER'
PORTLAND. .March 11. (IT. P.)
The Henry Welnhard plant, formerly
one of the northwest's largest brewer
ies,' may resume making beer If Attor
ney General Palmer's ruling stands,
Henry Wesslnger, the manager, tola
the United Press. Weissinger Is In
telegraphic communication with
Washington and in conference with
the plant's attorneys.
No Hccr In Washington.
SEATTLE, March 11. (U. P.)
While eastern brewers are reported to
be preparing to resume beer making
for medicinal puross, even a hip
pocket bottle is doomed in Washing
ton. "No matter if brewers are al-
Call a physician. Then besln
"emergency" treatment with
CW 17 MiUhm Jan IW Ytaty
GENERAL ALLEN WILL
i ABIDE DECISION OF
- RHINELAND COMMISSION
; WASHINGTON, Marph 11. (0. P.)
Major General Honry T. Allen, com
manding the American forces In Ger
many, will abide the decisions of tho
allied - Ithineland commission in tho
collection of customs duties along the
Jthine,' Secretary of War Weeks has
nxEw vUji Anon nvTji
' Ira Andrews, the newly elected City
Clerk of Terre Haute, is active in
Sunduy school work. Last Sunday he
adv.sed the children of his class th.t
lowed to manufacture under the fed- l'he morning study would be about
num. reierring ot
A FASCINATING SHOWING OF THE NEW
IDEAS IN SUITS AND COATS.
, The Mandarine, the newest of
the new coats, as their name im
plies, take their smart design from
the Orient. Graceful flared lines,
'. ; new collar ideas, bell sleeves and
striking trimming effects assure
their popularity. The new fabrics.
-':: and shades are utilized to the full
The Thomas Shop
BLUE SPRING BARLEY.
' CHICK FOOD
UiiTATILLA FLOUR & GRAII1 GO.
INTRUSTING TALKS GIVEN
George Hart man, mayor of Pen
dleton, and H. K. Inlow,- city schoo
superintendent, addressed members of
the Pendleton Women's Club yester
day on parks and playtrrounds. Keen
Interest was shown bv the members, as
local women are hopia to, see play
greonds aWiphed in the city
Air. liartman s talk touched upon
what a city 'should do in regard to
-'nrV "r plnygmonds. while Mr. In
low spoke on "Playground Equlp-
menL" Mrs. E3. K. Cornwall gave a
short diecusninn en "Ways and Means
In Park Building.'- . . -I
'"'or a! musical program! Miss M'l
dred Berkeley sang, two songs with
-no sccomnmfti' nt by Miss Pauline
Rice, and Mlsa Lillian. Culley sang,
with Mis. a H. Foinhay at the j)lano.
During tho social hour, Mrs. Jame
Johns Sr. and Mnt Ceorge Hartman
presided at a table made charming bj,
a casket of delicate sweet peas an -J
rorebuds In shades of pink. Refresh
ments were served by the hostesses,
Mrs. Cornwall, Mrs. Bmll Dohnert,
Mrs. Algx Fee, Mrs. H. a Garfield,
Mrs. W, W. Green, Mrs. E. E. Gcist and
Mrs. O. W. Byers.
CLUB WOMEN' IN CHARGE
Local club women are In charge oi
the sale of tickets for the lectures by
Mrs. Louise Van Ogle, to be given at
the library auditorium March 1,7 and
H, under the auspices of the Pendle
ton members of the State Federation
of Women's clubs.
Mrs. Van Ogle, who haa an intimate
knowledge of Huwtoan lifewill lecture
on Russian, dramrf. opera' 'and fTotk
mustc while In Pendleton. Those who
have heard Mr. Van Ogle declare her
powera as a descriptive story teller are
exceeded obly by her ability as a pian
ist and that she has an unusually at
tractive personajity. , ;
CLt'B HAS MEETING
Members of the Inspiration Club en
joyed a meetbig on-Wednesday at the
home of Mrs. J. Edwin Sharp, ot
Riverdrive. Twelve members were
present, and spent the afternoon ' in
needlework and conversation. ' Mr.
Reese w'ag a guest of thn club. Sliain
rockx carried out a ft Patrick's Day
motif and later in fho afternoon re
frt hments were served
cral liquor law' ssiid S. A. Moore, fed
eral pfohlbilion officer, Vbrewing in
Washington is forbidden in a state
NEW YORK, March 11. (U. P.)
New York brewers are making prep
arations to manufacture real beer.
Under a ruling of the department of
liistice that beer can be produced and
sold for medical purposes.
Milwaukee Brewers Arc Idle
MILWAUKEE, March 11. (P. P.)
-i The great. Milwaukee breweries,
which have -been practically idle since
prohibition, ihaide no move to mak:
beer with a "kick" as the result of a
ruling of Attorney General Palmer al
lowing the manufacture of good beer,
for medicinal purposes.
course to the
"Now," said Andrews, after Intro
ducing the subject, "who can tell me
anything about Ruth?"
t'p went a little hand in the rear of
' "Well, Willie," asked the teacher,
"what do you know about Ruth?"
"He made 29 home runs last sea
son," was the answer. Indianapolis
GO TO MEXICO CITY.
LOS ANGELES, March '11. (IT. V.)
Mary Ptckford and her husband,
Douglas Fairbanks, will leave Sunduy
for Mexico City.
a table drink ot delightful
flavor, healthful and satisfying
Made at the table, a ctrp at
atinxe, strong or mild, to
suit the individual taste -
"There's a Reason1 'for Postum
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
Box of Fine Apples $1.00
5 Cans of Apricots $1.00
3 lbs. M. J. B. B-Brand Coffee $1.00
3 lbs. Fine Bulk Coffee S. $1.00
7 Cans Jam, 13 oz. size ........... ... . . . $1.00
6 cans No. 1 Alaska Salmon ............ $1.00
6 Dozen Oranges $1-00
5 Mammoth Grape Fruit . ? $1.00
10 pounds Sugar $1.00
7 Cans Standard Corn .............. $1.00
4 Cans Peaches $1.00
4 Cans Pears $1.00
20 Bars White Laundry Soap $1.00
3 Cakes Comb Honey $1.00
"THE TABLE SUPPLY"
Phone 187 and 188
739 Main Street
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
U. S. INSPECTED MEATS
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
Chronic and Nerve us Disease and
Dlseasea of Women. X-Pay Electric
i Thtrapeutlca, ;
Tempi Bldg. Boom 11
DR. C. IL DAY
Iliysician and Sorgeoo
Rooms !t and It Smlth-Crawfora
Telaphona T04 , Rna, T4I-R
SICK OF BILIOUS
r- t.i :t A l 1
4uccj imu iu uiuugeiy wiieii
done in a handsome enameled
sanitary sink. It makes the
dishes look cleaner more quick
ly. It rives the washer the
pleasant consciousness of work
well done. The cost of such a
sink in your kitchen will not be
great. You'll never regret hav
ing us put one in.
BENSON & WICKLAND
807 Tnt toil wood
Tonight sure! Let a pleasant, harm
lux Carcaret work while you ileep
and have your liver active, head clear,
rtomach sweet and bowels moving
regular bjr morning. No griping or In-
J, I convenience. 10, 25 or SO cent boxea
9 (Children love this candy catburUc too. J
We wish to announce to the motoring public that
we have purchased the repair shop of W. D. Hick
man, located in the Garden St. Garage, and are ready
for business. Come in and see us. Service is our
middle name. . .
W. A. BRACE
. 616 Garden St.
They're Easy to Clean
' LJERE are the rugt that We tiles
1 the "weep" out of 'Weep"
The rug that make cletning-dty joy.
But, this B only one sdvaatage ot Con- .
gelnini Rugt, a lull line of which we ''
are duplsying tha week. Cone in and
- Fof Every
Our steel of tbeew Conokun Art
Rugt will be a treat for your eyes. Such
mwnlout pntterm in a low-priced rut
find here jiut what you want for every
room in your home. Call around and
wlv yota Soar covering problemi lody.
For Linoleum and Congoleuni
" SEE OUR WINDOW
CRAWFORD FURNITURE CO.
j 103 E. Court St Pendleton, Ore. , Phono 498