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DAILY FJVST OHECONIAN, TENDLETON; OREGON,
TOUIfSD AY EVENING, MARCH" 31, 1021.
SocW and Club News
ui.r.v. a.t n ahimvks.
annually from (tie finest musical fal-
' lent in the entire student body, ha
Twenly-lwo tnomlvers of Mio rniver. ,,,,,. i,on ln fin,,r tralllK ,), ,,l8
lly of Oregon till Ik' tile. Club, or-j j, ts personally selected and
eonipanied by Professor Inland A. ,M ,-sonaily supervised by the fnciilty'ot
Conn, director. Mrs. Coon. clipee.Hi ,,f t.,. Oregon School of .Music,
and (on lUivis, manager, arrived to-, ) repertoire this year varies from
ua on jo. i? nn were nici ny rn ,,prkll:ig -Varminu" and
melon people who will entertain irj, to n,e drowsy, melodic
mem ouring ineir may in i emueiou. . on- ,ui, 'Husky Witch." with in
The Bills will tin in concert al Hie lterlud of liRhler and more popular
high school audiloriiim tonight. They ',,. .,,) ,tl0 oI(1 aoltK!, of ,,, i'niv,r.
wing nt the high school this after- Uitv, dr lo the alumnus heart,
noon and alxo gave n number ul-aj The club quartet do.,.1 several clever
meeting of the Thursday Afternoon lm,mtl),S; there are solos by Miss Ge
Clnb, both presentations being very nt.vk,V) ,-am.y, soprano, and .Miss
much enjoyed. . Il.,ura Hand, contralto, who have
iwemunrs 01 llie emu who are in :,,,.l, , ,i, T-,,ivvllw t.
, -enuitnnn iwuy are: .miss vine .ears, and nrevionsVv ln TWtl,,,..)
tlohlke. Mim 1-eah Zink. Miss Esther ;,, vjoMn numbers bv Miss .Margaret
Wilson, Miss Florence liarrelt. Miss ( j.hf lps. who has played three s.u
(icnieveve Clancy, Miss Doris Hoeft- onn ,hn ,,.., , ,,.,.,
;I.etcher, accompanist and piano solo-
aiKlUDAV IS CVXKftnATKU
Tho thirteenth birthday anniversary
of Miss Hve Inlow was celehnitoi
Inst night when .Mrs. II. E. Inlow en
tertained for her daughter at the In
low home. O.amcs of the "flv senses
were played and the winners received
"Seno- prizes Appropriate for All Fools' Ivov.
Voppnh, April 1. The same Idea was carried
out In the decorations. A two course
luncheon was served, one of the fea
tures being a lovely birthday cuke
with thirteen glowing red candles.
Guests for the affair were Nancy
Mea.ie, KlUaheth Fergus, Mary Wint
ers. Lois Mccook. Agnes Relviitl. Shir
ley Hew, Alzora Nelson, Callre Maker. I
mree , tieoi gian Shlll, Alice Inlow and the
lor, Miss Klosie McPlierson. Miss
vons.ance -tst. Is the originator of a sketch which
ler. Mis Marion IJnn, Miss Nell Cay- j fl..,,,.s on the mwiwh.
J The Oregon Girls- Ulee Club is an
enterprise of the Associated Students
land is sponsored by the student body.
lord. Miss Naomi Wilson, Miss Iter'
nice Alstoek, Miss lmogene lercher.
Miss l-aura Kan.l, Miss Pelle Chat
burn, Miss Katherlne Maker, Miss Al
berta Carson, Miss lirtli Kessi. Miss
(lladys Kerney, Miss Friederike Sohil-jci.l'H TO MKET '
ke. Miss Margaret rhelps and ilissi The IVlphian Club will meet tomor
."Wurlel Meyers, 'row nt 2:30 p. m. in the committee
The Glee Club, which is selected room of the county library.
HOPF'8 UPSTAIRS SHOP
WRAPS AND COATS
Each offering is radiantly "new," "youthful," authentic in
fctyle and moderately priced.
YOUR INSPECTION INVITED
HO.STBSSES FOIl U'XCHHON
Mrs. 11. .1. Kavanaugh. Mrs, Fred
Dohnert and Mr James Hill wero
hostesses yesterday afternoon for a
delightful bridge luncheon at the Hill
home on north Main street.
Oolden daffodils anu delicate laven.
dar hyacinths made a charming deco.
ration for the rooms and for the lunch
eon tables, w here place cards showing
M ring flowers, and tiny yellow basket
containing candles carried out the col.
or scheme. Six tables of bridge were
in play, with .Mrs. Harold iturneti as
winner of the high score trophy.
Mrs. Kavanaugh, Mrs. Hill and Mrs
Dohnert are entertaining with a simi
lar affair this afternoon.
CHOIR IS HONORED
Members of tho Presbyterian choir
wre honored last night when they
the guests of the Spizzerinktum
(French for Springtime)
rrintanier Soup contains first pickings of all
vegetables, includes baby Lima beans.
We carry 19 varieties of Campbell's Soups,
with two varieties ordered wo will have the com
plete line of 2t varieties.
Vegetable, Bouillon, Tomatoe-Okra, Chicken,
Ch'ckeii-Guinbo, Consomme, Asparagus, Mulliga
tawny, Pepper Pot. Celery, Tomatoe, Vermicelli
Tomato, Julienne, Ox-Tail, Beef, Pea, Printanier,
Graen Turtle, Mock Tbitle. Button and Bean to
ISc Per Can
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phones 23 Only 1 Quality the Best
llub for an informal evening in
.cception rooms of the church.
-Vs.ipper was served and for a pleas
ing program. Mrs. C. a Terpening gave
greetings to the choir, Mrs. S. H. For
shaw, choir director, responded ana
Dr. o. s. Terpening gave a group 01
THE SHOP OP BKTI K K V A I. U K S
Buy a Book a Week
Money spent for a good book is a good invest
ment. We carry all the best popular copyrights, and
at a price that will please you.
We also have the Christy-Riley illustrated books.
An Old Sweetheart of Mine
Out to Old Aunt Mary's
Home Again With Me "
The Girl I Loved
When She Was About Sixteen
ALL PRICED AT $1.00
We have a large shipment of the book "WAY
DOWN EAST," that will arrive shortly. Read the
book, then see the play.
MKK DRUG STORE
SHIUNB DANCE ENJOY Rn
Members of the Round-Up Shrine
Club, Al Kador temple, were hosts to
their ladies for a formal dancing party
last night at the Klks club. About
seventy. five couples attended. .The
'ntiance to the ballrocm and the booth
where punch was served was cleverly
decorated to represent oases in the
IV1U, ATTEND LODGE
Mrs. Kyle Long, Mrs. M. Ross and
Mrs. Sally Williamson will leave on
Monday for Portland where they will
attend grand lodge. Mrs. Williamson
and Mrs. Long will take the grand
LE-AVE FOR SPOKANR
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Schiller left
this morning by motor for Spokane,
where they will visit at the home of
Mrs. Schiller's parents. They will re
turn after a few days.
A low stand-up collar, a yoke,
stitching and decorative pom
pons of wool form the nev note3
In this fetching overblouse.
colorful effect can be gives b
making the blouse toss or cor-l
color and the embroldory cray.
MR. AND MRS. ROTLEN HERE
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Boyien,
are visitors in the city from Echo.
The Pendleton "Bucks" are working
hard each day for- their game Sunday
with the "Colored Tigers."
The team that will likely start the
season in the Blue Mountain League
will be chosen after Sundav's game.
, as yet the boys are not all sure of their
j positions, but on paper they will take
I the field about like th's: Gunner 1'et
lerson, catcher; Williams, Duff and
Kuck pitchers-, "Bill" Cary, first base,
"Sticks" Woods, second base; "Dick"
Hanlcy, shortstop; "Doc" Newton third
base; outfielders will all get a chance
and include Thompson, Friedley. E-
gers, Kays and possibly one or two
I others. Each season a dark horse or
i two drop In end prove winners. Two
t or three new ones have been practic
j ir.g each day.
I The Tigers will line up as follows:
i Ben Hickman, second base; S. Thiba-
doux. third b:ise; C. Wright, catcher;
j E. Cranshaw, pitcher; E. Vinson
.shortstop; L, Parr, firstbase; E. Phelps
! left field; D. Hill, centerfield;
! Thomas, right field. Subs: B. Tav-
lor, A. Webb. W, Whillow and Will-!
lams. Henry Hodson is manager o."
the team and W. Miles, secretary ana
to the Southern Hemisphere at this
time is coining to this country, "fhis
in no way reduces the world supply
of wheat and as wheat is a worhl ar
ticle it Is rcasonable'to assume that
Argentine surplus a little later in the
season will be a burden on the mur-kit.
"No-To-Bac" has helped thousands
io break the costly, nerve-shattering
tobacco habit. Whenever you have a
Itnging for a cigarette, cigar, pipe, or
lor a chew, Just place a harmless No-To-Bao
tablet in your mouth Instead,
to help relieve that awful desire,
fehortly the habit muy be completely
broken, and you are bettor off mental
ly, physically, financially. H'a go easy
so simple. Get a box of No-To-Bac
and-lf It do.-ien't release you from all
craving for lobaeco In any form, your
druggist will refund your mone
Spring Frocks of Quality
FOR WOMEN AND MISSES
Our new spring fashions, arriving daily, were pains
takingly chosen for their fine fabrics, splendid needle
work and dignified simplicity. We truly believe our col
lection represents the best there is in fashionable dress, at
their road program for this year, de
cided to grade and gravel the follow
ing roads in this section of the coun
ty: The Ferndnle-Tum-a-Lum, road.
Ferndule to the Tum-a-Lum bridge
over the Walla Walla river; the Sund
uuist .State Lino re.ad from Sund
tiuist s corner to State IJne through
Frultvale; and from the city limits of
Freewater to the Milton Nursery
bridge. These improvements are real
ly more than were expected for this
end of the county this year and the
peoplo In this vicinity will be much
piejte i wun the assurance of this
woi l: being outlined at this time. The
two former mentioned roads are des
ignated as market roads, mention of
which was made in the East Orego
nian some time ago, but It waa not
thought possible that funds for the
completion of these two roads would
be available at this time. The rock
crusher which has been sunnlvlnir
IIAII rift in nrviP.ll in Rri,v'1 f,)r tne Walla.Walla rlv.
M H rlifln PDAM MP llistnva- Probably finish there
'" niu.eii to some conven
ient location on the river tributary to
these. roads and work will Wan Imme.
......t..v nnai ouigj io information re- j
"" Kom voinuusisioner 11. E, Bean
piece of machinery at work at this
time In various sections cf tne county
and repairs to washed out ronds,
bridges, etc., la being rushed with all
possible speed. County lload Master
Shannon wn In this vicinity on
Tuesday and with Mr. Bean Inspect
ed various roads and bridges ln this
end of the county. Phil Murphy Is
busy grading roada ln the Pleasant
View district thin week and when fin
ished there will grade the road from
Umaplne to State Line and others in
that section. The county court plans
on using some general road fund mon
ey this year on permanent roads, the
plan being to apply some money each
year In this manner. Other roads
that will receive market road funds
this year are Herm.'slon to Colum
bia school; " Htanflelj to De.Spaln
Gulch; Helix to Reuther's corner; Th
Pendleton-Pllot Hock, Havana-Helix
and Riverside road at Pendleton wilt
be completed this year. The latter
roads were started last year as was the
Little Walla Walla highway.
Is Overcome and His blood purified
and Tltallsed by 9
l.'.MAPINEv March 31. Tho count
court in session last Friday plannin;
county ' has every available
BLUE SPRING BARLEY.
UPMTILLA FW 1 GRAIN CO.
SUGHT INCREASE TODAY
March, May and July wheat. rose In
price today, March wheat closing at
11.55, May at I1..HS 1-2 adn July ut
$1.19 1-2. Yesterday's niiotaMop
showed March at $1.51 1-2, May $1.40
and July at $1.21 1-4. Following are
the quotations from Overberk &
t'ooke, local brokers:
Chicago Grain Market.
eSX JEW: A &YW ,
, . . 'w.iii,iM i :trf:s
An Allan Pwan Production t J
, WliitcomI) & Co.
CKllTITOCI) Pl'llMC ACCOITSTAXTS
THE INCOMK TAX CO. .
Announce the opening of an office in
1 1 2 EAST COURT STREET
G. J. PERRY, Resident Manager
Walla Walla, Wash.
Kan tYawiflCO, Cal.
li Angeles, t'sl. -Salt
Lake City, I'tah
P' ; P P P P
Wheat. . "
High I,o w
1 .21 h J-i f
j Wheat Lower price of the day
: was made ut the opening on accumu
! lation of selling orders over night,
i Thereafter the market was erratic and
displayed an undertone of weakiienw.
and bulges failed to hold. Export
;Hules late in the day were placed ui
: l.Teii.dftO bushels but this waa off set
by the weakness in southwestern and
' northwestern cash mark!, t'ountrt
advices indicated a freer movement
to market despite the decline. It ha
.been quite clearly demonstrated dur
ing nine months that the policy oi
holding products of the market can
ine! he profitable lit time when the
consuming pubile are I mimed with
the Idea of reducing prices and only
buy band to mouth bx'ds. never the
lens tl.c Argentine farmer is holding
-ins grain ani in conseoiiHicc lie r.u-
ropva.0 demand w hich should be tolng
If the Price "You Pay
for the pleasure of your usual
table, drink, is sleeplessness. ,
it's time to xxy
a wholesome and sat
isfying cereal beverage
of rich coffee-like flavor
but free fromaiiy harm
- AD '- ' V V;.
Crawford Furniture Co.