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FRIDAY EVENING.APRIL 8, 1921.
FACIEDC ' fCT.'j
DAILY EAST OREGONLiN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
Social and Club News
WOMKVfl 11.1 H MKKTS.
Milk pi-Uen and wutr rules In Pen
dleton were )tm-UNWtl yesterilHy l u
mi'i'iun of the rendition Women's
t'liib tn t Ik library club room and re
ftuited tn the unanimous endorsement
of th Cummei rial As.-oei;i! ion's ac
tion In InveKtlKMting the prtro or milk,
and In u. uniinimotis derision to re
quewt a member of the city uvular
board to appear ill the next meeting
of the club and explain the reasons
wh$ wilier mtes have been Increased.
'I'lie dlNeutwlon of the wtter rales
wn tuken up by the club In response
to appeulM from housewives in various
parts of the city who declare that the
Increase will work a hardship with
home owners who desire to keep jrar
dena. lawn and parkins In Rood :
condition. The women feel a rreul
civic pride in Pendleton and ;hink
home owners should, be encourasred.
estinf imper by Mrs. Alper Fee. Mrs. 'and IH-lphlan clubs.
l-'et, herself a tmislclati, discussed in guests.
a chuiiniiiK manner the lives and
works of American composers. Her
subject was eluhoruteil by delightful
musical numbers fi-om the American
Following tho proKnim, a mulnl
hour was much enjoyed. At a prett
tea table centered by clusters of fra
grant apple blossoms, Mrs. Norborne
( Sex .
Violin solo, "llavotte Moderne,"
in) by Mrs. Vinton lioblnson.
Mrs. II. S. tfcKcnxlo at the pi
viK'al solo, "Oh, That We Two
composers, the program being as fol-' HerKeley and Mm. J. T. Hlcliurdsoii
o ii I Ices and hitrr Mrs. Kddy and Mrs.
J. t Snow prtsided at the coffee urns
Assisting the hostesses In serving were
Miss Mury Johns, Miss Kate Stanfteld,
Ml. l,eura Jerard. Miss Claire Kuley
Miss Kl.-lo Fitxmaurice.
Averlll: plan i
(Mason) mid iKKPIfKUS TO UK 1IK11H
Herbert) by i 1-Vr the first time In tho history of
Mr. Aerill: vocal solo, "Joy M ; tho local organization of the Uetrree of
Spline,'' tit. HuntiiiKton Woodman) j Honor Protective Association, the na
by Mrs. Lyman Itice with Miss Pan- tional president, Mrs. Frances Muell
(Nevin) by Mr;-..
l.'ddy, with piano acvompn- and
niment by Mrs. V.. I",
solos, "Snrini; Pawn"
line Kice at the piano. Verses from
the American sons "Swanee kiver,"
"Old itlack Joe," "Huttle Hymn of the
ltepublic." the new Oregon state sock
and not dlscourajred. In beautifying mml the Pendleton slogan song, were
home. They fear that with the in
creased water rales, ll will be diffi
cult to keep up the standard. In fair
ness to the water board, no action
wu tuken yesterday and it will lie de
ferred until the matter has been care
The topic for yesterday's meetiiifr
was "American Music
formed the theme tor i
suntr in the community sing with Mrs.
Maude Wood yard leading and Mrs.
OHItt W. Phelps at the piano.
Members of the executive board of
the club, Mrs. K. T. Wade, Mrs. James
Johns. Sr.. Mia. K. II. Aldrieh, Mrs.
Charles tiretilirh. Mrs. L L. Kocers
ami Mrs. J. It. Perry, were hostesses
and this for the afternoon and members of the
most inter- Current Literature, Thusday Afternoon
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Fashioned of heaw 13 oz. Jersey, these
new SPORT SUITS are just what
women want for all out-door wear.
I Smart new combinations of colors in
cluding rust, golf green, Java, sand,
navy, henna, Harding blue and black.
YouH Like Their Individuality.
THE SHOP O F-..B EITEIt VALUES
Olson of St. Paul, Minnesota, will be
entertained tomorrow. The officers
and members, will be hostesses In the
afternoon and evening at the I. O. O.
F. hall and another distliiK'ilshed visit
or will be Mrs. Kdtth M. llinehnrt, of
John Day, stale president. There will
ho Initiation and degree work,
Mrs. Olson and Mrs. Hinehart will
speak In the evening and other num
bers on the program will include t.
piano solo by Miss Klbora Nelson;
readings by Miss Frances Mauec, Miss
Juanita D puis. Miss Elva Dale and
Miss Hipe New-comb; piano duet hy
Miss Frances Ross and Miss Violet
Williamson and a solo by Mrs. Xvu
Mrs. Charles Williamson, Mrs. rain
Uosa and Mrs. Lottie Long, who have
l een attending the state convention of
the association In Portland will re
turn tomorrow morninsr In r-r to be
nseut for the evening meeting, . tt
There will be memoiim . ..-a for
ihe departed and the services are open
lo the public.
In the evening refreshments will be
served in the dining room and tho
club rooms will be decorated with
polted plants and suring flowers.
AID SOCIETY ENTEP.TAIXED
The Lutheran Ladies Aid Society
snent a pleasant afternoon Wednesday
as the guest of Mrs. It. F. Heyden at
her home, 1905 East Court street. The
hostess was assisted In receiving and
in serving by Miss Pauline Bredins.
Miss Charlotte Heyden and Miss Louise
Heyden. The tables were beautifully
decorated With daffodils and other
Among those present were Rev. and
Mrs. A. Blasberijr, Miss Rose Blasherg,
Mrs. Henry Egtrers, Mrs. Eggers, Mrs.
C. Rnsenburg, Mrs. John Peters, Mrs.
J. Hudeman, Mrs. August Kupers, Mrs.
Henry iHludeman, Mrs. IL.Shul, Mrs.
Carl Hudeman, Mrs. C. Kemper, Mrs.
Carl Rreding, Mrs. Cris Bredlng, Mrs.
Lyle Boynton, Mrs. Dora O. Neil, Mrs.
Charles Behmer, Mrs. Irene Walters.
Mrs. O. Miller. Mrs. Herman Roehlk,
Mrs. Fred Rhode and Miss Pauline
Uredlng. Guests other than club mem
bers were Mrs. Frank King and Mrs.
Everett Allen. The next meeting will
be at the home of Miss August Kup
ers aft 4 01-Lincoln St.
Cooked Food Sale
By Lttdies of the Presbyterian Church
Diamond W Coffee, Saturday only, pound, 35c
Watch this space for other Coffee Sales this
firing your eggs to us, we pay 25c in trade. -
Sailed Peanuts, 3 pounds, 50c -
Seed Potatoes, Onion Sets, Garden and Flower
Complete line of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
Gray Bros. Groceiy Co.
3 Phones 2S Only 1 Quality the Best
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A bottle containing 128 adult doses costs $1.20.
Sold only at
THE PEUDLETON DRUG CO.
MISS JOHNSON TO ARRIVE
' - tr- rnhnson will arrive to
morrow from Portland' for an extend
ed visit at the home of her aunt, Mrs.
- t'. .itooir n. at the Robinson resi
dence on North Main street. H. F.
Johnson, her father, and Bob John
son, his son are guests at the Robin
MISSIONARY CLPR MURTS
The Women's Missionary Society cf
the First Christian Church met yea.
terday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Franic (ireulich, "12 Cosbio street,
Mrs. W. A. Orcssmin arranged the
program which wc.s as follows:
"Translation o)f the Bible In Africa."
ly Mrs. ,. Recti!; "Teaching the Bible
in I.n'in America," hy Mrs. J. Edwin
Sharp: solo, Mrs. Earl Williams with
Mrs. Ray Avers at the piano; 'Civili
zation of Latin America." by Mrs.
Daisy McPherson and a talk by Rev.
W. A. Gressman, pastor of the First
Christian churfh. Mrs. Rex Gray led
MRS. CATCHING HOSTKSS
Mrs. Sarah Catching was hostess
yesterday afternoon for a meeting of
the Lavender Club, tho guests belli
asked to the home of Mrs. Catching""
daughter. Mrs. Vern Hobbs, 517 Jane
street. White carnations and Jeep
purple Japanese Iris made a charm
ing decoration. Besides club mem
bers. Mrs. D.' Turner was a guest. Se
lections on the Vlctrola and a reading
"The Crabbed Man," formed the pro
gram for the afternoon. Later, Mrs.
Catching served refreshments. The
next meeting of the club will be at
the homo of Mrs. Fred Frnzier, 205
HERE FROM SPOKANE
Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Deering ot
Spokane are guests at the home of Mr
Deering'a grandfather, John M. Bern,
ley. Mr. Deering formerly resided
here and attended Pendleton high
school. The visitors will remain for
DUVKS MAKES INVESTIGATION.
WASHINGTON, April 8. (A. P.)
Chairman Dawes of the soldier relief
i Investigation commission, has recom
j mended to the president an organiza
tion of veterans service administration
! consolidating the existing bureaus in
caring for the disabled men.
OTTtT.n To MEET
The Hegeman chapter of the V.'est
minister Guild will meet tomorrow
afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. A
McKenzie in the Security Apartments
with Mrs. McKenzie and Mrs. H. E.
McLean as hostesses.
SALE TO BE HELD
The ladies of the Christian Church
will hold a cooked food sale tomorrow
at the Cash Market on Court street.
The sale will last all day. Each worn
m member of the church has been
asked to contribute.
GOT $16,000 FOR RESCUE'
OF AGED CHICAGO WOMAN
LE H'E FOR PORTLAND
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Menton and little
son, Roger Menton, left yesterday for
Portland. Mr. Menton, who was for
merly with the Simpson Tire Service
station, is undecided as to his plans
for the future.
ARE IN TORTLAND
Mi-, and Mrs. Roscoe Vaiighan are
now in Portland where they will make
All interests of Mr. Earl Sawyer in the Liberty
Dance Hall have been purchased by Mr. A. J. Gib
son. Music in the future will be furnished by
I Billy Hoffman's
I Dance Specialists
FEATURING LAUGHING SAXOPHONE j
I AND JAZZY BANJO fj
For Reservations Phone 270-M - r j
TOULON, III., April 8. IV. P.) A
fairy godmother In the form of a lit
tle old lady whom he only saw once
has made George Fogelsong happy
with a gift of $l,nnn.
Fogelsong has- been Informed re
cently that Mrs. Marie Lee of Chica
go has died and left him a legacy of
While In the nearby town of Galva,
about three years ago, Foglesong
rushed Into the middle of a street ami
carried Mrs. Lee to safety when she
became confused at the approach of
an automobile. In saving the age.-'
woman from possible daath, FoBlesonif
barely escaped Injury himself.
Mrs. Lee had stopped, in .Oub'a on
her way home to Chicago !o change
trains. She fainted from the excite
ment of the narrow escape and Fogel
song assist) d her to her t '.'n. Just as
the train started, she asked his name
but did not get his address.
Administrators of Mrs. Lee's will
searched for Foglesong around Giil.-i.
He was finally found through an a.l-
Hat and Scarf
fragrance of Htlvilla
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imparts a genuine
9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
In All I'.rnfH he.
t ' i v h
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tlluijtrtied is made of fabric hav
ing a texture similar to that of
cash or coarse linen. It Is in
soft medium blue "With attractive
but simple .decorative motif
worked out with rose color and
dark blue wood beads and em
broidery floss In golden yellow
and rose color. The fringe con
sists of the wood bead swung in
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kidneys are weak or torpid, the skin
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lates the kidneys, and clears the com
plexion. Ry thoroughly purifying the
Wood It makes good heulth.
vertlsement In a Chicago paper, lie
had almost forgotten the Incident
when he learned he was to receive the
$1S, 000 bequest for his bravery.'
The three children of Mrs. Lej.were
to share the estate equally with Fbgle
song under the terms of the will. They
offered him 116,000 for his claim and
he has decided to uccept It.
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tion sale. A special representative is here to personally conduct the demonstration.
12 piece set Aluminum ware valued at $13.00 dur
ing factory demonstration only, which positively closes
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