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DAILY EAST OREGOOTAN, FENDLETON, OXEG ON, WEDNESDAY E7EJ7IITQ, MARCH 80, 1931.
Social and Chib News
CAST IS ANNOUNCED
'inn t.ixi ioi n ..', "The Futur
Itnn," t 4 prevented Friday afternoon
HI the library inlilorl(im for the hem
fll of the mivemlty of On-gun Worn
' lnilldiiiK, by mem hern of the Or
ient Iltornloif liih, HnnmiiHoit
lo.tay by MrK. Kred Itomrt and Miss
)!elh Smith, who re In ch;in:e of the
.Mrs. Jamo White." the timid hos-
M-n. will he played by Mrs. William II.
liuinett. The president of the I.iIIm
Aid, "MrK. J. M. Smith," will enfti t
rd by Mrs. Hoy ltnley while Mcs.
Thomas Vaiiphan will have the role of
'Mies Kenton." who xm" The. part
t f an nethetle matron will be played
by Mrs. Ihivid H. Hill, who will iw
".Mis. Clarence Mollimore.'
The character of "Miss Hope
Wrlcht," Hn tiltrA-modorn scientist of
lrt, will he Impersonated by Mrs.
James Welch, nd a divorcee of the
same period, "Mrs. Westan-JoncV hy
Mrs. Charles Bond. "Mrs. Scrub!!,"
i.f the D. A. R., will he played by Mrs.
K. O. Aldrich and -Mrs. Flora. May
Itoners." leader of her set, by Mrs. J.
O. Snow. Miss Smith will play the part
of the maid.
"The Futurists'' is a clever play by
Mary MacMillan. The author, whose
home is in Cincinnati. i a friend of
Mrs, 8. H. Forxhaw of this city.
FollouiPK the play, which benlna at
lock, tea will lie served and a ail-
Xt-r ormatMn rtxelved for the benefit
f the Woman's HuildiiiK. An Invita
tion h:is been extended to all Pendle
ton women to be miesta of the cluii
tairlnc the play and tea hour. Uocelv.
imt with Mrs. Xoi borne Berkeley, pre;
lilcni (,r tln club, will be the following
who are past presidents.; Mrs. Churles
i U nney, Mrs. U. M. Rico, Mrs. James
i Johns, Sr., Mrs. F . Aldrich, Mrs. II.
I R. ,liltkers and Mrs. .Mary Disoswa.v.
J Other club members' who are not in
the. cast of she piny will assist during
P.MtTV IS GIVEN"
For the first of the formal parties
of Spring. Mrs. L. C. Svharpf and Mrs,
U M. Siiau'.dlnii were hostesses yester
day ivfternoon for a bridge party and
tea at the Scharpf home.
Oreat bowls of spring flowers in
white and (fold were chftrmlnifly used
as a docor.nion for the rooms where
I six tables were in play duritiR the early
I hours of the afternoon, Mrs. H. W,
Dickson winning the high score tro
j oh - I uor fifty matrons nnd maids
called during the tea hour. Utile Miss
l.ois Scharpf. in fluffy frock of pink,
received cards at the door.
Quaint little modes in Taffeta, Crepe and Georgette.
Some with tight basque bodices with very full skirts;
also straight line dresses. Black, Brown, Navy and
Gray are leading shades.
$19.50 to $69.50
TILE SHOP OF DETTEIt VALUES
Jonquils centered the lea table In
the dining room where Mrs. C. S. Jer
atd) Mrs. R. L), Sayrvs, Mrs. S. U.
Thompson and Mrs, Karl P. Tullock
presided. Assisting In serving nver?
Mm. Fred ljeualleu, Mrs. James 11.
Welch, Mrs. Islle K. (ilfolis. Mrs. 11
S. MoKen, Mrs. Vinton Robinson
and Mrs. Edwin Schiller. .Mrs. lloiiln-
Ihi.ii playe several dellf.htful violin
! solos, with piano accompaniment by
I niNNF.lt FOR GI.KB n.Vn.
Members of the university of Ore
gon Girls' Glee Club, who will arrive
in Pendleton tomorrow on No. 17 to
appeur in concert at the high school
auditorium, tomorrow niKht. will be
entertained tomorrow evening at a
projrressive dinner to he Riven by al
umni and friends of the University of
The first course will be served at
the home of Mrs. James Johns, Sr.,
on Jackson street, Mrs. G. W. Phelps
will be hostess to the girls for tbe
dinner course at her home on Wash
ington street, and the salad cotise will
be served at the home of Mrs. Edna
Morrison In the Security apartments.
Oessert will be served at the home of
.Mrs. James Johns, Jr., at her home
on Garden street.
MUS. WINER IS HOSTESS .
Mrs. Jack Winer was hostess yester
day afternoon for a party in honor of
Mrs. T. O. Iteece, at the Winer home,
ills Garfield street. The afternoon was
spent in needlework and later a two
course luncheon was served at a tnb!i
centered hy Easter lilies.' Guests were
Mrs, Joheph N. Scott, Mrs. Itay Ayres,
I Mrs. E. O. Draper, Mrs. J. E. Sharp,
Mrjs. Harvey McPherson, Mrs. Lester
Boyd, Mrs. Earl Williams, Mrs. Max
Gorfkle, Mrs. W. A. Grossman and
Mrs. G. Homes.
, Formosa Oolong Tea
" . IN BULK, POUND, 45c
Good Brooms, each . 75c
Gold Duet, 20 jmckages ...$1.00
English Valnuts, pound 30c
Jam, Australian, five flavors, tin 15c
Peaches, Pears and Apricots, each : 25c
Tropic Dates, large package 10c
Nut Butter in bulk, pound 20c
Salted Peanuts, Q pounds ...:.50c
Canyon Milk, 8 tins .........$1.00
Santa Clara Prunes, 25 pounds $2.50
Force, 7 packages ....$1.00
Gray Bros. Groceiy Co.
3 Phones 28 Only 1 Quality the Best
Spring Frocks of Quality
FOR WOMEN AND MISSES
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A Dottle containing 18 adult dose3 costs $1.20.
Sold only at
the mum DIG CO.
I WOSTESSE3 FOR. LirNCHEON
I Mrs. C C. Whiteman and Mrs. Nor
! borno Berkeley extended a chiirmins
I courtesy to memhers of the Ladies
I Kilile. Heading: Circle today when they
; entertained with a luncheon at the
! home of Mrs. Whiteman on Jackson
t street. Pink peach blossoms centered
: the table and the same color was used
j fpr the place cards. An out-of-town
' guest was Mrs. L. P. Fredericks, sister
; of Mrs. Whiteman, who is here from
jci.UIl IS FORMED,
i A Rebekah Club of eighteen mem
I bers was formed yesterday by mem
bers of . the local lodge. Mrs. C. A.
1 Crabtree was chosen chairman, Mrs.
; Kenneth McRae, vice-chairman and
i Mrs. D. I.. Johnson, secretary treas
urer. For the two membership teams,
Mrs. Manuel Frledly and Mrs. Clara
j Porter Smith were chosen captains.
I PLAY TO BE GIVEN.
I The farce, "A Business Meeting of
the Ladies' Aid" will be presented on
Friday evening by the north division
of the Methodist Indies' Aid at the
church parlors. The leading parts
will be playe'd by Mrs. Albert Eck-
lund, ilrs. W. J. Stockman, Mrs. L,
L. Mann and Mrs. K. G. Warner.
MISS MELOY VISITS
Miss Kathleen Meloy, commercial
teacher in the Pendleton high school,
spent the past week end with Mr.
and Mrs. Charles H. Reynolds, re
turning to her home in Pendleton
Suriday evening. La Grande Observer.
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Diapepsln never fall to neutralise the
harmful stomach acids and make you
feel fine at once, and they cost so little
at drug Btores.
Orlando Click, &5," of Moose
tteart, IU tays he's the champion
potato peelsr of , the world. Peeled
Din's tons In four months, feels
all that 800 people eat dally , .
GUESTS OF MRS. HANNA
Mrs. E. P. Barnes and children,
Robert and Doris Katherine, of Cal
gary, Canada, are gucrts of Mrs.
Parries' sister-in-law, Mrs. Affle B.
Harna. They are on their way home
after a visit in Bend, Oregon.
WILL MEET AT SCHOOLHOJ'RE.
The Riverside Needlecraft Club will
meet on Friday at 2:30 p. m. in the
school house with Mn. If. O. Zwicker
as hostess. The Riverside Parent
Teacher association will meet in the
evening at 7:30.
MM TAYLOR RETFRNS '
Mrs. T. I. Taylor has returned to
Pendleton after a visit in Portland and
California. She is a giiest at the home
of her sister, Mrs. N. D. Swearingen.
BLUE SPRING BARLEY.
RHUU FLOUR 6 GRAM CO.
DENVER, March 30. (A. p.)
Juvenile Judge Ben Lindsay will prob
ably be called Into criminal court this
week either to pay a fine of J500 or
strve it out at i a day in jait Lind
say aa fined for contempt of court
for refusing to reveal confidential In
formation given him by a young boy
whoso mother is charged with the
RANCHER SHOOTS SELF
SALEM, March 30. (A. P.) R. E.
Otjen, a Polk county Tancher, seated tn
h's automobile here pulled a revolver
from his pocket and fired a shot
through his breast. ' When Coroner
Rigdon arrived on a hurry-up call,
Otjen arose from the seat and oblig
ingly entered the dead -wagon. He
was rushed to a local hospital, wher
it is said he would recover.
FOR 'MEDICAL BEER'
One or Two Breweries Could
Manufacture Enough to Meet
Demands of Entire V. S.
WASHINGTON, March 30. (U. P.)
Three hundred breweries are clamor
ing for permits to brew "medical
beer under the recent ruling of the
department of Justice.
Federal Prohibition Commissioner
Kramer said, "One or two breweries
could manufacture enough beer to
meet the legitimate medical demands
of the entire United f tales." Kramer
said. . i
Walla Walla Pendleton
Auto Freight Service
K'llMi Tlillt IMII.Y
lnv-n VimIM4ii 2 f. in. .
t'UMilOVU I'lHMH) i-Z-W.
ARE HELD UNDER ARREST
WARSAW. Tnd.. March 30. A. P.)
Virgil Decker, his mother, Mrs. Ly-
dia Decker, and two brothers, Fred
and Cul Decker, were Indicted follow
ing an investigation of the death of
Leroy Lovett. Virgil Decker has been
t.,,1.3 V. nn murrlnl ,HnrfTP. nnfl his
relatives were arrested last night and
Lovett was the "double" of Virgil,
who is alleged to have been murdered
tn an insurance plot.
THINK MAN IS PIUSONlTTt
SAN FRANCISCO, March 30.- (TJ.
F-) The body of a man believed to be
one of the two prisoners who recently
escaped from the Aleatrnis army pris
on, was found In San Francisco Hay. J
S. Jorten and J. S. Meyer, were the
prisoners who escaped.
3LUE DUVETYN COAT-
CFNTRAI.1A, March 30. (A. P.)
Drasgina the waters of tho Martin
mill pond, north of this city through
out the night failed to bring the re
covery of the body of the three year
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Rogor .Scott, of
Waunchs Prairie, who was drowned
MI RDFlM liS V. ILL 111; PI XISIIITI)
WASHINGTON. March 30. A. P.)
i- -I'.opresi'nttaiops w ere made to Mex
j Ico 'hit the m'T'tcrors of the three
Americans killed In Mexico three
i weeks ago are to be apprehended and
ARE PATROLLING WINE
DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
SANTA I'.OSA, Calif.. March 80.--(I".
P.) Prohibition agents and in
ternal rrvmiifl coll? dors have pa-
jtrolbd the roads of Sonoma and
i Marin counties from the northern So
jnoma I lie to the San Rafael throiigh
I out tho n'g'it In a campaign to cut off
the San Francisco Illicit wine sup
ply. One arrest .was made. The
cainpal'ii marks the flt'fct invasion of
the Culiroriiht wine belt by the pro
This wide-sleeved coat Is built
on dolman lines. Navy blue
duvetyn was used to make It and
a striking decorative note was
achieved with gray wool embroid
ery in bold motif.
Our new spring fashions, arriving daily, were pains
takingly chosen for their fine fabrics, splendid needlf-'
work and dignified simplicity. We truly believe our col
lection represents the best there is in fashionable dress, at
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