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Social and Club News
Mian todd To wkd
The nianlsge of Minn Virginia Todd
lind Dr. . K. Holt of this rity will lie
solemnised tomorrow nlghl In lei-nits-l"n
( the home of the bride's parent..
lr. and Mr. It Todd. Rev. George
L. Clark, pnstor of lhi First Presby
terian church nf this clly, lll nfflri
Me Miss Kanny Todd, sister of the
bride, will he bridesmaid. Itnmedlate
Iv alter the ceremony, the couple will
leave for Portland for a, wwl'n wedd
ll.g trip before returning to Pendleton
to moke their home.
Miss Todd Is a girl of charming pcr
rnnnlity and has hosts of friends.
Inrlnt the war she was extremely ac
tive In patrloilo work and was lendet
of the (iirls Honor tiiisrd. It was
through her efforts that the Red Cross
canteen was established In Pendleton,
."he volunteered for canteen services
overwes but was prevented from (roinj
s broad because of tho cessation of the
war. Miss Todd then accepted a posi
tion as secretary of the Umatilla coun
ty lied Cross and of Home Service and
r8 been remarkably successful in the
work. Dr. Holt is a graduate of the
American College of Osteopathy.
Klrksvllle, Illinois, and is prominent
In his profession. He served overseas
In lh mediosl coroie during the wnr.
Ct-'H MRKTINVJ KNJOTKI) IPAHTY IS GIVKtf
Mr. D. D. Hobart and Mrs. Roy. For the second In a scries of bridge
Morse were hostesses yesterday after- luncheons, Mrs. 11. J. Kavanaugh, Mrs.
noon for an especially enjoyable meet-'Fred Donert and Mrs. J nines Hill were
Ing of the Thursday Afternoon club j hotsessea yesterday afternoon at the
in the library club room. Hill home on North Main street. Six
For the program, Mrs. A. J. Owen! tables of bridge wero in play during
pave the life of Bernard Shaw, Mrs,jihi.. afternoon hours and Invh score
Harold Warner read "Heartbreak honors were won by Mrs. Thom.is
House," fcy Shaw, and Mrs, William R. j Vaughan.
Lowell read a paper on Oranvllle Bak- !
... ui.-ector und playwright. Tht j THEATRE PARTY TOMORROW
musical numbers were Indeed delight- teveial little girl rriends of little
ful. Mrs. Carlton P. Williams, of The 'Miss Prudence Gray will enjoy a thea
llcs who h!s been In Pendleton for i tre party tomorrow afternoon when
the past two days as the guest of Mrs. I Mrs. George Gray will be hostess in
Morse, sang "She Wandered Down the ! honor of her daughter. Tho wee mutriul
.Mountainside." "Twilight," 'Vhrlst In will see 'The Kid" at the afternoon
Flanders," "The Waters of Minneton
ka" and "Her Dream," with piano ac--mpe-'wient
by Mrs. F. E. Boyden.
Mrs. Williams is possessed of a beau
tiful voice and her singing was much
enjoyed. Miss Mildred Berkeley sans
tnarminglv. her number being "My
Dear," and "At Twilight," with Mrs,
E. F. Averill at the piano.
Blue and yellow spring flowers in
a basket formed a pretty centerpiece
for the tea table at which Mrs. Xor
horne Berkeley and Mrs. H. H. Hattery
presided during the social hour. The
Hostesses were assisted In serving b
Miss Mildred Berkeley and Miss Elsie
matinee and later will be
freshnients at The Delta. '
HOPF'S IPSIAinS SHOP
WRAPS AND COATS
Each offering is radiantly "new," "youthful," authentic in
fctyle and moderately priced.
YOUR INSPECTION INVITED
DANCE IS APRIL. 5
The next formal dance of the sea
son will be the Elks spring ball to be
given April 5 in the Elks club.
LEAVES FOR LA GRANDE
Mrs. E. R. Farley left today for La
Grande for a visit with her parents,
Mr, and Mrs. George Currey.
MRS. SCHILKE RETl'RNS j
Mrs. Dora B. Schilke, who has been!
visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Bdna
S. Morrison, at tho Security Apart
ments, has returned to her home In
SALE TO BE GIVEN
The ladies of the Christian Church
will hold a cake and pie sale tomorrow
at the Pendleton Cash Market. The
sale will be held all day.
THE SHOP OF DEIIEK VALUES
BRACE UP! If you are lacking in ambition, get tired
too easily, "wind" not as good as it ought to be, you need
a tonic a system builder, something to restore ambition,
strength, and "wind."
REXALL Sarsaparilla Tonic
will do this, or we will refund your money. We guarantee
it to overcome the things that have drained your vitality,
to help put your blood in shape, and aid in repairing the
waste and in bringing back the healthy functions of every
Don't put it off, thinking you will feel better in a few
days. Be on the safe and healthy side by at once taking
our advice and advantage of our guarantee. We tell you
that Rexall Sarsaparilla Tonic will aid to make your blood
richer and purer, your nerves stronger, your eye brighter,
your complextion better, your muscles more elastic and
tireless, and we take all the risk in proving it.
t A bottle containing 128 adult doses costs $1.20.
Sold only at
ike penn Die col
Saturday Afternoon from 2 P. M. to
In Honor of Sheldon Ulrich.
. Deliveries Saturday afternoon at 1:30 and
We urge all our customers to order early
Every Thing Good for Saturday's Trade.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phones 23 Only 1 Quality the Best
MR. AND MRS. BURKE HERE
Mr. mid Mrs. E. i. Rurke are Ten-
dleton visitors. They arrived here yes.
terday. Mr. and Mrs. Burke formerly
made their home here.
DANCE IS ENJOYABLE
For the final dancing party Riven
this season by the Kill Rare KluK,
ladies who are- members or the club
were hostesses last night. The affair
was most enjoyable. ,
C. E. PARTT TO MEET
The Christian Endeavor Society ot
the Christian Church will - hold an
"April Fool" party i.t the church to
night. All C B. members and friends
have been invited.
RETyRN FROM ECHO
Mrs. Joseph Vey, who has been visit,
ing in Echo with her daughter, Mrs.
J. A. Monese, has returned. She was
accompanied here by Mr. and Mrs.
Monese, tho party motoring to Pendle
Mrs. Walter Jones was chosen presi
dent of the Baptist Ladies Aid at
meeting yesterday. Mrs. J. H. Morris
was chosen first vice-president, Mrs.
Arthur H. Rudd, second vice-president,
Mrs. Winn Johnson, treasurer and Mrs.
Anna Marsh, secretary.
VISITED IN YAKIMA
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Young of this
city and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bergunder
of La Grande, the latter a sister of
Mrs. Young, have been on a motoring
trip to Yakima in the Young car. Mr.
Young returned home by train this
morning and the other members of the
party are motoring back.
MRS. McNALLY HONORED
Mrs. Frank McNally was honored
vesterday when a group of friends call
ed at her home, 420 Bush street ,the
occasion being Mrs. McNally'g birth
day. Needlework and music sped the
afternoon hours and Mrs. McNally was
presented with a bouquet of pink car
nations and a mayonnaise bowl.
Guests for the afternoon were Mrs. S.
8. Erwin, Mrs. Jake Marin, Mrs. Geo.
Whipple, Mrs. M. L. Estep, Mrs. Chns.
Crnblree, Mis. H. B. Nutter and Mrs.
Lou Plnson. In the evening Mr. atd
Mrs. iHtirry McFurlnnd and Mrs. Rres
Members of St. Mary's choir were
enterlained last night with an Infor
mal i arty. Hostesses who are mem
bers of St. Mary's Guild, were Mrs.
George R. O'Daniel, Mrs. J. 1". and
Mrs. Joseph Leuer.
PROGRAM IS TONIGHT.
The North Side division of the
Methodist Ladies Aid will present a
program tonight at the church par
lors. It 'ill I e In the nature of a
benefit to which t!: public has been
invited. There will be music, read
ings und refreshments.
JUNIOR PROM TONIGHT
The annual Junior From, given each
tvear by the Pendleton high school
junior class in honor of the senior class
will be aivevcnt of tonight at the Elks
Club. Harold Houser is chairman af
the committee on arrangements ami
other members are Willard Kennedy,
Shirley Havel, Miss , Edna Murphy,
Miss Ruth Snow, Miss Katherine Mc
Nary and Miss Irva. Dale.
MOTOR TO HEPPNER .
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Phelps, their
daughter, Miss Margaret Phelps, Miss
Imogene Letcher and Miss Marian Linn
left this morning by motor for Hepp
ner where the three girls will sing in
the University of Oregon Glee Club
concert tonight. Miss Phelps will re
turn tomorrow with her parents and
will spend the week-end here before
returning to college.
Germs of Disease should be prompt
ly expelled from the blood. This Is
a time .when the system is especially!
susceptible to them. Get rid of all
Impurities In the blood by taking
Hood's Sarsaparilla, and thus fortify
your whole body and prevent illness.
Church of the Redeemer undV tomor.
row at 3 p. m. there will be a meeting
of the girls' from 5 to 12 years of age.
The Girls' Friendly Society was
founded In England in 1ST4 and In the
United States in 1886. The organixa-
tion in now found in nil parts of the I
world. Officers are branch secretary,
who is chairman nf the Working Asso
ciates and keep In touch with V1'8
BLUE SPRING BARLEY.
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HONOLULU, T. H. April 1. (A. P.)
The different steamship lines plying
to and beyond Hawaii brought 11,073
cabin passengers to Honolulu in 19-0.
according to the annual report of the
Hawaii tourist bureau. The total ot
passengers arriving In Honolulu and
passing through, according to the bur
eau, was 35,974. The number who
came to the Islands to stay permanent
ly or for a time, not listed as through
poMsengers, was &T81 mare than in
1919, according to the tables.
See our wonderful showing for Spring. Garments that are
individually different yet not expensive
Every day brings forth
words of praise from those
who view our display of
beautiful Coats, Suits and
Dresses. We have been
assured that our garments
are not only ahead in style
but that they excel in
Quality of Fabric, Beauty
and Value of. any shown
in the city at their prices.
We invite you to Come
and see them today.
WILL ORGANIZE SOCIETY
A branch of the Girls' Friendly So.
ciety Is to be organized in Pendleton
jirls from 12 to 16 years of age a where,
meeting todav at the Rectory of the
WOMAN' CANT FIND WOIUW TO
KX Pit ESS IIEHSKI.F
"After six years of suffering from
stomach trouble I am feeling fine. AU
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my stomach and bowels. I can't think
of any words suitable enough to praise
Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy. I am sure
it has saved my life." It Is a simple
harmless preparation that removes the
catarrhal mucus from the Intestlnol
tract and allays the inflammation
which causes practically all stomach,
liver and Intestinal ailments, Including
appendicitis. One dose will convince
or money refunded. Druggists every-
WHEN YOU NEED
call us up and If the need Is urgent we
will send a man to your place at once.
No matter whether you contemplate
Installing new plumbing or whether
you want your old plumbing repnlrcj
we wll be pleased to give' you an es
timate, and if we secure the contract
wt will assure you of best workman
BENSON & WICKLAND
QUALITY PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
East Oregonian Printing Department.
M SALE OF "SELLER KITCHEN CABINETS" STARTS I N THIS STORE MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 4
Puts a Sellers in Your
I Mrs. John Lef brock (above)
and Mrs". Henry Lcibrock (below)
a, outers. John (center) and
Jletiry, brothers, married the sis
tcis in a public double wedding
(our years ago. Both brothers are
iuifig for divorce In New York,
naming the same chuuCear as co
respondent. The wires au j cuauf
lur deny Iht clurge. '
TO BETTER ACQUAINT EVERY HOUSEWIFE IN
PENDLETON WITH THE GREATEST LABOR
SAVERS THE SELLER KITCHEN CABINET, WE
ARE HOLDING A. SPECIAL FACTORY DEMON
STRATION SALE BEGINNING MONDAY MORN
ING. A SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE WILL BE
HERE TO PERSONALLY CONDUCT THE DEM
103 E. Court St. 1 Phone 496
I SEE OUR WINDOW OF THE MODEL, EFFICIENT KITCHEN VS. THE OLD-FASHIONED KITCHEN. WATCI! f j
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