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DAILY EAST OREOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. MONAAY EVENINO, APRIL 4; 1021.
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piano duet by Miss Vivian Warn- of J 1
sml Miss tttirharn Lieimllen, a read-1 at T
for I h past we k
1. 1. Hemming.
day on a mtr tour of i-jiMrrn
on business and pleasure.
he Methodist Ladles' Aid last night
he reception rooms of the church.
' Hexidea a farce, "The Ladles' Aid So-
clty," the prottram Included a piano
duet by Mis Vivian Warner and Mix
Barbara Ueunllen; a rending-, "When
Hessie and I Were Out." by
Mtm. UK-HAttliXOK HKTritNS. I a
i m iMM,,Wm returned Pa'-I rr and Miss
t.fday 'from Portland where she visited. ; In. When U.-ssie and I Were Out."
Ith nor Dtoi nrr, 1 m .n. , . j. .-m imim,,, ..'"
jliu. "W hen fusy and 1 Made Vp."
i Mrs. AMxTt Kcklund. a vocal duet.
i mm I "Somenhere a Volt e in Calling:." by Mr,
l.r. f 1: I fit ... . .... .. jun .4,,.., t.l Clnplintnn- itiinlhdr PAfirilnir "Whl
Mr. and Mrs. Maim, e I,.1cr left .-, nmt r . ,,. ""'- - - V, . " ,7 , .; V"
iircaon;ov .miss riun nu --ti,,t jt",, w. ........ ...... . .... .
violin it.lo hv J. l. Ross; a readinn by ihcklnnd; a vocal duet, "somewnore a
! i;.iiiii,l Rhode, a vocal nolo. "The! Voice Is Calling." by Mr. and Mra. T.
' ,.,- 1 .MWs" i.v Mrs. Caldwell, and ! H. Ilemboldl; a piano duct by Miss
", .v... v..iin .on : K.mio ,.lo. hv Miss ltuth HenJnmtn. iFn'th and Deliirht Snyder;- n violin no
of lH'lth, wcie Pendleion visitors Kri-j
!v Tliev recently came l Ricth ' P.N;"E TO UK KVKXT
f,m Tl, rmlles io reside. fi.K-.fty Is .imicipaitn the Klks for
vi.iTtns ix riTV
Mr. Alary Harvey nnd Mrs. Flor.
Dunne, formerly of thts city, no tiC
Comillle. (in'Bon. spent Sunday visit
ing rendleion friend.
lo by J. D. Rose; a reading by Itosa-
i llnd Uohde, a vocal solo, "The Svvnl-
I t-... .... i ,,i,, ,tln th Kits for-! lows" hv Mrs Caldwell .and a banjo
J mal l :iil to be given tomorrow night in i solo, by Miss Ruth Penjnmln.
'the Klks' club. Several dinner parties'
lhave been planned for the hours pre- RXTRB XOCS CLIP. MEKTS
cetliiiK the dance, among them one for; For a meeting of the Kntre Nous
ahich Mr. and Mrs. Charles llond wllijciub, Mra. E. J. Matthewson was hos
be hosts. The guests will ' number ; tess on Saturday to members and a fe
ihiriv. additional Rucsts at her homo on Court
rrcsT tor i.rxcHEOx
Mrs. J. T. Richardson.
on returned Saturday morning- after a
visit In Portland. i
Four tables were In play dur
ing' the afternoon, high score for the
Invited Kitests falling to Mrs. B. M.
Huntley while Mrs. Fred Hennlon re
r; pests of MRS. richap.pson
Mr and M in. Harlei Richardson,
Ia Orande spent the week-end as the Mrs. C J. Proughton, of Dayton,
it. ii..ha-rnn'a mn nr I Hf.-ni!icion. arrived uu.v iu ins nit-
Mrs. Richard- cuest of Mrs. O. M. Rice. Mrs.iceiven ntgn nonors im" ino ciuj
ltr,,,ivht.,n will attend the bridge members. Invited guests otner tnnn
hutuheons to be iriven at the Rice home club members were Mrs. Robert Simp-
1 tomorrow and Wednesday with Mrs. son. Mrs. Herbert Oreen, Mra. Ray
M. Rice. Mrs. Lyman Rice. Mrs. C.J Hester, Mrs. Walter Adams, Mrs. Wes
! 8 Jerard and Mrs. K. B. Aldrich as ley Matlock, Mrs. Frank KlncAid. Mrs.
I'Hst rrrwiim ti:rott from J"raiui. Ablutol Um lHit
for table or iihhIIi'IiuiI mh
1 -'UO-M 45 to $t.S0
SfuJimoniK. direct Import order, foclnU Un
1-YtMicl' V'nti. n higher Ihan ilonutitU', t n
North Siur tilanLrcra, mlxctl vtwtublm for itahul, tin.
Re rmlicrto, Tomato Sauce, special buy, by the doen
t;MiitSu l itiiiM ntluiler Swiss IHocmo to urrlvc, pound. .
In ported Roquefort fm l-lntH-c. pound
IYcsh Ranch Emits, doen .
I'YCMh Rniitli Hiitler, a lmuml roll
X. (. S. Kitchen Cleaner, 1k. ;..'.....
, . . S.V"
. . ,ao
; . .Mo
. . .400
. . 35c
Parsons' Uoiwliolil Ananonlft, iarB.
Our s!.h k Is most .s.mplcto nnd It uttll M you to Investl.
sate Mtr pricess. We buy right uul sell rlKlit.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
LADIES A1P HAVE IT.iXjr.AM
An enjoyable pnieram was present
ed by members of the North side divt
fon of ihe Methodist Indies Aid Fri
day night at the reception rooms of
the church. Besides a Tarce, "The lJi
e.ifn Aid Society," the program includ-
I-VlUFt A1P HAVE PROGRAM.
An enjoyable program was presented
by members of the North Side division
iks s ii o r
H. H. Hattcry and Airs. Huntley.
Another shipment of those pop
ular Jersey Sport Jackets in colors
of navy, brown, rookie, tan, Copen,
scarlet and Kelly green; excellent
$9.50, $10.50, $12.50
THE SHOP OF BETTER VALUES
cd Art iipi Tf vr.ii are laekincr 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."
f ML Sarsaparilla Ionic '.
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 m repairing the
waste and in bringing back the healthy functions of -every
organ. , . .
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.
A bottle containing 128 adult doses costs $1.20.
Sold only at
IHE PBIDLETI DRUG CO.
PARTY IS C1IVEN
As a surprise for Mrs. R M. Plant
ing, who celebrated here seventieth
blrthiWiy yesterday, a number- -of
friends called Friday night at her
home, 417 Logan. The guests brought
refreshments, a feature being a cake
with seventy randies.
Guests for the evening were Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Pell, Mr. and Mrs. Matt
Peining, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Knbusk,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Isaac Christopher, Mr.
and Mrs. John Molstrom, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Enbysk. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
f omppl. Mr. nnd Mrs. Eli Enhysk, Mr.
and Mrs. John Planting, Mr. and Mrs.
John Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ra
stilla. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wulman,
Mrs. Margaret Molstrom Mr. Walter
Planting, Mr. Tngeprit Holmgren, Sign
Planting. Mabel Narkaus, Myrtle En
bysk. ''Edna Enbysk, Sylvia Christo
pher, Hazel Wolman, Mildred Plant
ing, Elreta Rastilla, .Edith Somppl,
Helled Somppl, Clarence Planting,
Enrl Planting. Erwin Planting, EldonJ
Molstrom, Floyd Wolman, Francklyn
Christopher, Ethel Enbysk and Selma
TO PE DEVOTED TO PEXDLETON
Because Pendleton Is the convention
city for the annual convention of the
S-tdte Federation of Women's Clubs,
to meet here May 31 and June 1. 2 an.l
3 the next Issue of the Clubwomen's
Bulletin, the official organ of the state
federation, will be a Pendleton num
ber. One of the features of the conven
tion will be the singing of the Oregon
state song, and members of the various
clubs has been requested t know the
song for community singing. Mrs.
Nettie Greer Taylor has requested that
delegates familiarlzo themselves with
Mrs. Thomas G. Winter, president of
the general federation, the national or.
sanitation of clubwomen, will be pres
ent at the convention and will speak
on June 1. Mrs. Ida B. tananan,
president of the Btate federation, is
chairman of the program committee.
The clubs are stressing child welfare
The convention will be marked by
election of officers, and for this reason,
a large number of delegates will prob
ably attend. So far, no political pre
dictions have been made and a quiet
election is predicted.
CASTS ARE ANNOUNCED
Members of the Thursday Afternoon
Club are at work on rehearsals for two
comedies, "The Well of the Saints." by
Syngs, and "Spreading the News," by
Lady Gregory, to be presented at the
State Hospital auditorium Thursday
afternoon, April 28. Mrs. Frank Boy
den' and Mrs. Willard Bond will be
hostesses for the afternoon. Mrs.
Wilson D. McNary Is directing the
The cast for "Spreading the News,"
Is as follows: "Barclay Fallon," Mrs.
Heorge Hartman: "Mrs. Fallon," Mrs.
I Harold Warner; "Jack Smith," Mrs.
I William Lowell; "Shawn Earley." Mrs.
j Willard Bond; "Tim Casey," Mrs. D.
D. Hobart; "James Ryan," Mrs. G. W.
! Phelps; "Mrs. Tarpey," Mrs. Benja
itnin L. Burroughs; "Mrs. Tully," Mrs.
Clarence TVhlteman; policeman, Mrs.
;Gu Boyden; a removable magistrate,
Mrs. John Hlalley.
I For "The Well of the Saints." the
least is "Martin Doul,". Mrs. Brooke
i Dickson; "Mary Doul," Mrs. A. L.
Schaefer; "Timmy," the Smith, Mrs.
Benjamin S. Burroughs; "Molly
Byrne." Miss Beth Smith; "Bride,"
Mrs. Buy Boyden; "Mat Simon." Mrs.
Alfred LockwoodT the Saint, Miss Edna
3 Phones 28
; 10 -'jj
I 8MsW vl sMiiftss
Only 1 Quality the Bert
parlment are tlll anxo"slv n."Utlr
the arrival of the new fire truck, It
It expected during the mglti, oavli.n
left Pocatello last evening, and It Is
believed It will he here ready for de
livery tomorrow morning.
A romance which began when
they met month ago culminated
in the marriage of Eddy Brown,
noted American Tioliniat, and
Hallna Bruzovna, famous Polish
actress. They wre married in
JAPAN SKMkS TROOPS TOSmEBIA
TOKIO, April 4. (U. 1'.) Japan
will send 10, 000 additional troops to
Siberia, starting April . according to
a statement In the newspaper Nichl
Card of Thanks
We desire to extend to the many
kind friends nnd especially the mem
bers of the American Legion, our
heartfelt thanks and appreciation for
the beautiful floral offerings and
kindness during our sad bereavement.
Card of Thank . ,
We wish to express our sincere ap
preciation to the many kind friends
for their sympathy and kindness
shown during- our bereavement and
loss of our beloved wife and mother,
Mrs. Olive Harrison. Also for the
many beautiful floral offerings receiv
ed. JOHN 11 HARRISON',
MISS SALISBURY HONORED
A group of friends were asked to the
home cf Mrs. W. F. Matlock on Satur
day evening to meet Miss Salisbury,
talented young singer who Is a student
at Whitman College and who has been
Miss Salisbury's songs proved de
lightful as she has a lyric soprano of
unusual quality. In addition, Miss
Margaret Aune played a piano solo,
Miss Lois Swaggart gave a reading,
"Friendship," Mrs. Wade Privett sang
"The Rosary," and Miss Pauline Mima
pave E!ugene fteia s poem, oeeui
Things At Night," and Mrs. William
.Mays gave "The Little Old Dug-out on
the Claim." All the numbers were
decidedly enjoyable. Later the guests
sang old-fashioned songs, with U Mak
ers and Joseph H. Scott as leaders, and
then enjoyed a few hours of dancing
in the spacious rooms of the Matlock
home. A delicious supper was served.
WILL ATTEND CONVENTION
Representing the Degree of Honor
of Pendleton Mrs. M. A. Ross, Mrs.
Williamson and Mrs. Kyle Long are in
Portland attending the state conven
tion of the order.
BENEFIT PARTY APRIL 15. t
Members of the Delphian Club are
making plans for a benefit card party
to be given Friday, April 15, In the li
brary club room. The proceeds are to
be used toward defraying the expenses
of the convention of the Stute feder
ation of Women's Clubs, to be held
here May 31, June 1, 2 and 3. Each
member of the club Is to be respon
sible for one table.
VISITOR FROM LA GRANDE
Miss Mabel Hcrsinger of La Grande
formerly of this city is the house guest
ot Miss Alice Forshaw.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
. Two halters were found under Col-
Se our wonderful showing for Spring. Garments that arc
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.
Mn Warehouse. Owner may have
same by calling at Sheriffs office and
II I. . F3k Attention
The Easter Ball given by the local
Elka lodge "will be held Tuesday even
ing at p. m. Admission (3.00. Visit.
Inir brothers cordially Invited as
guests of the lodrTc.
FOR SALE A real bargain,
model Moon touring wire wheels
entr Miller i-ord equipment splendid
condition Inquire ownor, O. E. Prcs
ton, Hotel Pendleton, Pendleton, Ore.
FOR RIWT--Two furnished apart
menta. Call White Doughnut Lunch
IIJ W. Alta.
WANTED Board and room for elder.
ly man. will require some care Ad
dress "10" this office.
FOR RENT 3 room apartment In
basement, partly furnished on north
side Phone "95-W.
BLUE SPRING BARLEY.
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MISS TODD WEDS DR. HOLT
Unusually charming in detail was
the wedding of Miss Virginia Cottur.
Todd and Dr. G. E. Holt, solemnized
on Saturday evenin at Hermiston at
the home' of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. R. C. Todd.
Flowers and ferns banked the fire
place where the bride and groom took
their places for Hie reading of the im
pressive ring ceremony by Rev. Georgo
U Clark, pastor of the Presbyterian
church of Pendleton. Miss Fannie
Tcdd was her sister's attendant and
Logan Todd, brother of the bride, was
best man. The bride looked lovely In
a wedding gown of lace and white
rharmotise, with touches of silver, and
her veil, of rare old lace, was worn on
her tandmother's wedding day seven
ty vears ago. Miss Todd carried a
thower bouquet of roses and orchids.
About twenty guests were present
for the ceremony and for the wedding
supper which followed. Pink and
white snapdragons were used In the
dining room and cnndles In antique sil
ver candelarbra cast a mellow light on
the ic cne.
The bride is very popular In Pendle
ton and In Hermiston and Is a membei
I of an old Southern family. Dr. Hon
'it pron.inent in his profession and Is a
graduate of the Ameriian College o
Osteovathy. Kirksvllle, Illinois. Dur
ing the war he served overseas In the
medlcHl corps. After a short wedding
trip to Portland the young couple will
make their home In Pendleton and
it ic duilcilvd at the Security
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