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DAILY EAST OREGONIAU, PENDLETON, 01EGON,
SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 9, 1921
Social and Club News
t'U'H MKK'TINO ENJOYARI.IjK. . ;onary to the rmatillns, and -who has
Folk lore of the 1 mat Ml Indians j gatm d an tnttmato knowledge of the
formed an Interesting part of the pro- jMories and customs of the redmen,
gram of "American mik fnss aml.lold of the Indian.' "Weyekln." the
Htoiles." at a meeting of the Current .good angel or guiding star sought by
Literature i'lntj yesterday afternoon In
the library c lub room with Mrs. Jama
It. Welch a hostess. Kev. J. Al. Cor
nellson, for seventeen year a miswt-
11 O P V 8 Dl'STAIItS S II O V
book. "Weyekln Stories," mentioning
among others the "Deeds of Coyote,"
a delightful story which has for its
theme the marvelous aehievemonts of
that cunning and crafty animal about
brave and nqtiaw and not re- w-ho.se name gather the most fantastic-
liiniuislied even after embracing the ; vagaries and who plays an important
artstian faith. I"le among; the "Weyekln."
Kev. t'oi nellson quoted from his I Some of the "Lyrics of Sunshine
j jand Shadow." written by Paul Lud-
Ircnce Dunbar, famous as an interpret-
iyMlMMitiiiwinnwnMi.a ; tr of the moods of tne negro.
inot only dialect poems but love lyric
read by M rs. Kred Uonert, who chose
us well. Koswell x.ockwood grave an
entertaining reading; from Dunbur,
!'ln the Morning," and Mrs. Thomas
Vaughan sang in her pleasing voice
"Who Knows?" (Dunbar) with piano
accompaniment by Sirs. David B. Hill.
Flowers, candles and bows of tulle
carried out a color scheme of pastel
shades at the tea table where Mrs. H.
presided during the social hour which
followed- the program. Assisting- the
hostess in serving were Mrs. Herbert
Green, Mrs. Thomas Vaughan, Mrs.
David B. Hill and Miss Klsle Kll
Fashioned of heavy 13 oz. Jersey, these
new SPORT SUITS are just what
women want for all out-door wear.
Smart new combinations of colors in
cluding rust, golf green, Java, sand,
navy, henna, Harding blue' and Hack.
See them! . , - .
You'll Like Their Individuality.
THE SHOP OF BETTEK VALUES
SPECIAL SALE PRICES
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All ten inch records . 50c each
AH 81.25 records ... 63c each
All 81.30 records 75c each
THOMPSON'S DRUG STORE
PROGRAM AT LIBRARY i
The following program will be ptyy
ed at the Vletrola Concert Sunday
afternoon at three o'clock at the coun
ty library, the reading rooms being
open from two until five:
Nocturne In D flat (Chopin) Mischa
Magic of Tour Eyes (Arthur Tenn)
Somewhere a Voice Is Calling (Eileen
Newton-Arthur F. Tate) John Mc
Cormack A Dream (Poem by Charles Cary.
Music by J. c. BaVtlett) John Mc
Cormack Humoresque (Dvorak, op. 101, No. 7)
A Little Bit of Hioney (W. Q. Wllson
Carrie JacobB Bond) Evan Williams
Just a Wearyin' for You (Stanton.
Jacobs-Bond) Evan Williams
Swedish Cradle Song Alma Gluck-
Efrem Ztmbalist i
I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen
Clarence Whitehill '
Banjo Song (Howard Weeden-Sldney
Homer) Mme. Homer-Miss Louise
She's the Lass for Me( Lauder) Harry
Roamin' In the Gloamin' (Laudor)
Czardas (Hubay) Maud Powell
Garden of Memory (Theodore Curaon
Kussell Phillips) Emllio de Go-
Ringoletto Paraphrase de Concert
(Verdl-ttjsgzt) Alfred Cortot.
Cooked Food Sale
By Ladies of the Presbyterian Church
Diamond W Coffee, Saturday only, pound, 35c
Watch thU space for other Coffee Sale this
Brang your eggs to us, we pay 25c in trade.
Salted Peanuts, 3 pounds, 50c
Seed Potatoes, Onion Sets, Garden and Flower
, Seeds. 1 ,
Complete line of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phones 28 Only 1 Qualitythe Best
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' ' THE
1 , SHOP I,',
Russell, Mrs. Frank Mc.Valley. Mrs.
Joe Murphy, Mrs. Ray Hester and Mrs.
SPIZZERINKTVM CI.t'B MERTS.
j Mrs. D. Turner, Mrs. Frank Whet
! stone and Mrs. Lucretia Overturf en
Itertained members of the Spizzerink-
tum Club yesterday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Turner. Mrj. L. Chel-
I ley and Mrs. Overturf gavo groups of
readings and the afternoon ww spent
jln conversation. Wild currant and
apple blossoms ana iris formed
laecoration anci rerresTtn-enLS veie
3erved during the later hour, with
).Mrs. William Matlock and Mm. SheJ-
ley presiding at the tea taglo.
j Besides club member, the p.icsts
j were Mrs. P. C. Peterson, llri. E. Cra
Imer, Mrs. Sarah Catching. Mrs.
Charles Sims, Mrs. J. W. Smith, Mr
(William Matlock, Mrs. Bessie Smith,
Mrs. Charles Hamilton, Mrs. L. Shfl
!ey, Mrs. Floyd Estep, Mrs. T. B.
Wells and Mrs. E. A. Shull.
I-or the next meeting Mra. Al ee
Munro and Mrs. William Edwards
will be hostesses at the hom-i of Airs.
R. H. HOrne, on Perkins Avenue.
T. T. A. MEETS.
The Parent Teacher Association of
Hawthorne school met yesterday af
ternoon at the school building with nn
unurfually large attendii-icc. Music
by pupils of St. Joseph's academy
added much to the program. Miis
Mae Kilkei.ney san "Dear Little Shan
rock," with harp and violin accom
paniment, Mrs. Baker gave a talk on
the social position. of the teache' auc
Manuel Friedly spoko on plans fui
improving the school yard. Tha mx;h
grade pupils gave musical numbers
and refreshments wee served oy the
third grade pupils, with Miss Anna
Brown as chairman.
BIRTHDAY IS CELEBRATED,
The eighth birthday of little Rob-
era Cresswell Is being made merry
today by thirty lads and maids who
were invited to the Cresswell home
by Mrs. Walter Cresswell, mother of
the honoree. Games are being played
and later the youngsters will be seat
ed at flower decked tables on the
porch where refreshments will be
served. The feature of the afternoon
is a big white birthday cake a lorri1
with eight twinkling pink candles and
tiny candy flowers.
JUDGE UNDSEY'S CASE
I have moved to my new location and
will specialize in Ladies' and Gents'
Tailoring, Remodeling, Repairing.
I call for and deliver.
' One trial and you will be convinced.
Roams 7, 8, 9 Despain Bid. Phone 982
AIRS. PINSON HONORED.
A charming courtesy was extended
to Mrs. Lou Plnson yesterday lafter
noon when she was "surprised" by t
group of friends who called at the
home of Mrs. Joe Kornlck. Mrs. Pin
son was presented with many beauty
fu! pieces of linen. Luncheon was
served during the later hours of the
Guests were, besides the honor
guest, Mrs. C. P. A. Lonergan. Mrs.
Frank Griggs. Mrs. H. J. Kavanaugh,
Mrs. Harry McFarland, Mrs.. E. J.
Sommerville, Mrs. William Dunn, Mrs.
Lucretia Overturf. Mrs. Earl Gllland-
ers, Mrs.. C. As .Crabtree, Mrs. Jack
Allen, Mrs. Alfred Smith, Mrs. KefcT
neth McKae, Mrs. Joe Kornlck, Mrs.
Dave Johnson, Mrs. Joe Boyd, Mrs.
Ralph Temple, Mrs. Edwin Winter,
Mrs. George ja. Fontaine. Mrs. Dan
BRIDGE LUNCHEON GIVEN.
Mrs. Mark Moorhouse and Mrs.
Lawrence Frazler were hostesses yes
terday for the Afternoon Bridge Club
and entertained with a bridge lunch
eon at the home of Mrs. Moorhouse.
Spring flowers were a charming deco
ration.' Five tables were In play dur
ing the afternoon, Mrs. George Strand
winning the high score trophy.
GODOWSKY TO PLAY.
Pendleton music lovers are Inter
ested In the news that Leopold Go-
flowky, pianist, and a symphony or
chestra will be presented in concert
by the Walla Walla Symphony Club
April 14 at the Keylor Grand In the
neighboring city. The famous pianist,
who played here two years ago, ia so-
loiBt with the orchestra.
WILL -RETURN FROM LA GRANDE.
Mrs. Frank Frazier .'s expected to
return from La Grande tomorrow.
She will be accompanied by her sister.
Mrs. J. H. Stevens, who has been III.
She will be a guest at the Frazler
PARTY TO BE GIVEN.
Prominent in the social events for
next week is the bridge party for
which Mrs. G. W. Byers and Mrs.
Robert Simpson will be hostess on
Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
DENVER, April 9. (IT. P. ) Final
arraignment of Juvenile Judge Ben B.
LIndsey, charged with contempt of
court was postponed until next Satur
day. This Is the second time the ar
raignment has been postponed. In the
court today District Attorney Venclse
declared he would not move for the
extension of the sentence of 500 fine
or a year in Jail, as a special counsel,
as not he, has prosecuted the case.
The special counsel failed to appear
and the case was postponed.
SOFT DRINK PLANT
BLTTE, April . (LV P.) Tha
second bomb explosion within three
weeks wrecked the roof of a soft drinh
establishment and broke the windows
in surrounding buildings. Peter Los-
onen, a "iiartender," was covered with
'ailing debris, and four children sleeD
Ing In an adjourning room were show
ered with glass, but suffered only
minor injuries. The explosion three
weeks ago wrecked the cabin "Inland
er," a Finnish underworld resort. The
pollcu credit the bombs to a feud be
tween rival factions of Finns.
MPAXKSK OFFICIAL IX SEATTLE
SEATTLE, April 9. -(IT. P.) Ba
ron Nalbu Kanda a member of the
Japanese house of peers, is in Seattle
on his way to the International par
limentary conference at Lisbon.
New Woolen Skirts
BETTE1J SPRING TYPES AND
The Kind Most Wanted Just Now
It is gratifying (his sea
son to find splendidly
tailored, smart style, fine
wool fabric skirts that
do not necessarily entail
a large outlay. New
pleats, side, .box and
knife; new ideas
plaids and stripes.
QUALITY PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
East Oregonian Printing Department.
CIRCLE HAS MEETING
The Clark Circle of Westminster
Guild met Thursday evening at the
home of Miss Rose Mattheh-s. After
business meeting, a social hour was
enjoyed and refreshments were served.
I Tonight at the Liberty j
5 Under ffew Management J 5
I Billy Hoffman
! Dance Specialists
will furnish music for every Wednesday and Sat
urday night dance hereafter.
FEATURING LAUGHING SAXOPHONE
AND JAZZY BANJO
For Reservations Phone 270-M
Most sanitary and thor
ough method of cleaning
the home and keeping it
constantly sweet, clean
and germ free, is with an
J. L. VAUGHAN
206 E. Court
ENTERTAIN WITH DINNER
Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Morse were hosts
Thursday night for an Informal dinner
at their home on Perkins Avenue.
Covers were laid for ten at a table cen.
tered by red and white tulips.
LITTLE SON BORN. , ' '
Mr. and Mrs. William Ganger are
the parents of a little son born this
morning at St. Anthony's hospital. The
new arrJval weighs nine pounds. j
VISITORR& FROM ECHO.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stanfield of
Echo, motored to Pendleton yesterday
afternoon, returning home In the even
COMMITTEE TO MEET.
The Delphian Club will hold a com
mittee meeting Monday evening In the
library at 7:30.
9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
In All flraiK'lies,
AUSTIN. April 9. (U. P.) Mis
treatment of Mexicans In Texas, re
ported to Secretary Hughes by the
Mexican consuls, Is under Investiga
tion by Governor Neff. The third note
received from Hughes by Neff said
the consuls alleged the assault and
kidnapping of two Mexicans at lirlggs
and peonage conditions at Ehstrop.
The Mexicans were assaulted at Brlggs
and the Interpreter kidnapped so they
could not take part In a trial, it Is al
iened. Another consul reported. 78
Mexicans had received no pay for rond
DALLAS, Tex., April 9. U. P.)
The grand Juries at Abilene and San
Angelo expected to start a prone of
the alleged peonage system among
Mex'can laborers In West Texas, has
been announced from the district at
SALE OF "SELLERS KITCHEN CABINETS"
puts a ; (Ifflufei PUTS A ;
SELLERS flPriSSf '- SELLERS
IN YOURHOME g Q J IN YOUR HOME
To better acquaint every housewife in Pcnffieton with the greatest labor sav
ers the Sellers Kitchen cabinet, we are holding a special factory demonstra
tion sale. A special representative is here to personally conduct the demon
5 12 piece set Aluminum ware valued at $13.00 (lur
ing factory demonstration only, which positively closes
April 16th. Delivered to your home free with your cab
inet. ' - ' -: V, '
CRAWFORD FURNITURE CO.
103 E. Court St.
SEE OUR WINDOW OF THE MODEL, EFFICIENT KITCHEN.