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DAILY EAST OKEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENINQ, APRIL 20, 1931,
Social and Club News
MKKTIXtl W1U UK l.Ml'OHTANT.
Tomorrow's meetinx i.t the l'vinlli'
other ru ns to a n
Ion Women's Club .ll lie one "f 8"'
o'nl ImporWinre rk tri" im -re;iwo1 v.'i
trr rate Hmi 1 h itt-iee of milk two
muttiT!" of Interest to local ltol!KPvi OS.
will le dinriiKMNl. .1. T. I'lTwii, a
luemtier of the city iwv ( i inmissum.
will (the nn explanation of the m--
rnte ninl F. H. Mtinirer, local il:i'.ty
mnn, will cliweuss tlio in- re nf milk.
At thp l.iHt meeting; of the cliih. the
members oled uuanimouitly to. ami-
port I hp Pinilliton Commercial Assn.
elation in lt decision to investigate!
the cut of milk in Pendleton. The!
winncn voted ulso to incostisute the
inrr:sei wnter rates before taking
uiike, bolus served during Utu
' federated rial's in tlie various com- j Tliose present were, besides tlie lion- j
uuinitiPH of Vniiitilla ootiiil.v outside of or j,,,,, npr purents. .Miss Kcvu '
1 Ivmliet. in are show ins a marked inter- i jiyers, MUs Muriel ('lurk, Mr. audi
i st in the convent on of the State Fed- Thomas Holts. Maxlne Hells, Ju-j
i raiioii of Women s Chilis to he held ior Hells, jr. and Mis. llalph llanim j
! here May SI, Juno 1, and 3. He- Shirley Humm, Marshal Hamm. Mr.
tides the Pendleton Women's Cluh, uu Arthur Hutohins. Miss Until;
1 the 1. Iphi in 'lul the Thursday Aft-jhitehins. Miss Verna Oixon. Mrs.
j ei noon (Ir,1! and the Current l.iloia - i l.yio, Violet I.ylo, Thernsa. Nelson.!
tm-e t'luh of this city, the list of Fed- Helen Nelson, i-lnstrl Mangold, Marsa-1
!erat d clr.hs in the county includes vet MaiiRold, Cordon ("hnpmiin, I'rsink j
inmoiiK oihcrs. cluhs in Athena, Wes- '.Mangold. Charles Smith, William Me-!
I ton, Milton. Kreowater, l'ilol liock. : Kenzie, Warren Hatch, Lionel Holts, j
Vnmtilla nnd Stanfteld. .Chiirles llaseall and T, M. Chllsoli.
Athena clulnvomen have issued un j. Mrs. Holts, Mrs. I.yle and Mrs. llanim ;
hostess in servinfj
Invitation to nil delegates to the eon-'assisted the
venron to be their quests at Athena i
fur a luncheon which will be Riven on i I1KLK? ATE.-? AUK KI-tXTK.D,
lone .l.iv .Im-inc the convention. The
any acnon in me matter, ana oecioea , ,.ltp js ,0 1e ,,,.,,,.1. decided later.
to nak n member or me water com
mission to speak.
For the. program. Colonel Charles
Wellington Furlong, well known au
thor and lecturer who Is making Pen
dleton his headquarters while writing
his book, "Tjct 'cr Hack," mill speak.
HUiTHOAY IS CKl.KHRATF.n.
The twelfth birthday anniversary or
Kv.dyn Mancold was celebrated yes
terday at the MaiiKold home on Put
ter Creek when Mis. Mangold enter-
Colonel Furlonit's topic tomorrow w ill tamed with a "surprise" picnic dinner,
be "Americanism." There will be Hoth crown-tip and yonnKters made
mus'cal numbers in addition to the i up the suet list and the day was
address. The cluh w ill meet as usual j spent in names and music, refresh
In the library club room. inents which included a inx birthday
II UI'1''S 1" N T A 1 K S N H O I'
WOMEN'S xVND MISSES'
Sizes 16, 18 and 36
A special purchase offering
values to $40.00
Also values up to $33
Taffetas, Georgettes, Crepes,
Tricolettes, New Spring
Delegates to the district convention;
of the Neighbors of Woodcraft, to he!
held in Condon. Oreson, some time in !
June, were elected last nifsht at aj
meeting of the order, held in the Kaple
Woodman hall. Those chosen to rep-1
resent the local Neighbors of Wood-
craft are Mrs. Charlotte Kirk. Mrs.
Acnes liohnert Mrs, Mary Johnson,!
Mrs. Dorothy Thomas, Mrs. Ida Olson.!
Mrs. Anna -Robertson. Mrs. Theodosia i
llouser. Mrs. Klsin Noreen, Mrs. So
phie Thompson. Mrs. I.IU.'an Traylor,
Mrs. llatlie Ferguson, Mrs, James Mc
Connell and Mrs. Nona Roger.
Following the business meeting, the
lodge members enjoyed a social hour
in the dining room when Mrs. Rob
ertson, captain, and the guards, serv- j
eu retresnments. uainiy spring iiovv
ers formed a pleasing decoration.
The new Kitchen Cleaner, have you tried it?
LARGE PACKAGE iOc
Tcndleton Bread, 2 large loafs 25c
Pendleton Bread, 3 small loafs 2ac
Best Lard, 5 pounds $l-2-
Carnation Shortning, 5 pound pail 7c
Bulk Nut Butter, 5 pounds $1-00
Best Grade Pineapple sliced, large tin. . . 3oc
Bulk Coffee, pound 25c
Clorox, large bottle 3oc
Best Washing Powder, large box 2.)C
Gold Dust, 20 packages
Best Ranch Butter, roll
Best Fresh Eggs, dozen 2oc
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Piiones 28 Only 1 Quality the Best
IMNXF.R TO r.B GIVF.X.
The Class of 1913, Pendleton high
school, will hold its annual reunion on
Friday evening. A seven o'clock din
ner is to be served on the balcony at
The Peltu. Covers will be laid for
sixteen alumni, at a tuble where the
class colors, black and orange, will be
used. Will lioherty, of Freewator, j
class president, will he a guest and
Mrs. V. H. Moon (Olive Gwinn). of
Pomeroy. Washington, cUuss valedic
torian, will be present. Another out-of-town
member of the class who will
attend is Reuben Heckwith, who is in
Pendleton visiting his parents. Fol
lowing the dinner, tho class will go io
the county library club room where
the evening will be spent in reminis
cing the events of high school days.
complaints vere received of crop de
terioration than at any time th;s
spring which made the trade realize
that the crop Is a long way from being
harvested. July wheat was 3 to 35
cents under cash prices, representing
a perfect crop outlook anil seems to
discount all mat is oeiir.su in me s..-i ,,,. a,i,,;,i,o, n,.ix
uaIi"n' . I A. Carnott to J. Jackson $1. UdJ2,
I 11. K potter to . M. Pace, S40IM. I p. Knotts to H. (. Currln, I. B 1-2
IN 1-2 SW 1-4 NE 1-4 Sec, 34, Tp 5, N. S'W 1-4 SK 1-4 NW 1-4 mil "AV 1-4
I SK 1-4, Sec. 111. Tp 2, 3. Tt. 84.
E. Connelly to W. P. Smith $1. NB
1-4 NB 1-4 SW 1-4, Sec. 23, Tp. 4 N R
M. C. Prultt to B. Connelly, Lots 3.
4, 5 and 6, block 10, Stanfield.
B. U Smith to I). Kendall $1401).
Lot 2 and S 1-2 lot 3, block 8, Rich-
T H V. SHOP OF IIKTT F. It V A I. I" Y. S
We have a limited amount of extra
fancy Winesap and Yellow Newton
apples, paper wraped. While they last
82.35 PER BOX.
"HIE TABLE SUPPLY
Phone 187 and 185 739 Main Street
U. S. INSPECTED MEATS
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
CLOTH BS MADE FOR BABIES
Tho members of the Research Club
have for the past several weeks been
engaged in making garments for the
inmates of the Waverly Baby Home In
Portland. All finished clothing is to
be sent to the home of Mrs. R. Ray
mond, 311 Water street, and then
shipped to Portland. Besides tho
clothing, tho club recently donated 3
to the home.
DANCE IS ENJOYED.
Fifty couples enjoyed the informal
dunce last night for which members
of the Elks lodge were hosts at their
cluh. The affair is the last in a serifs
of five informal dances given during
the winter season as a part of the so
cial program of the li. P. O. B.
BRIDGE PARTY TODAY.
One of the social events of today is
the bridge party for which Mrs. l.te
Moorhouse, Mrs. H. K. Dickers, Mrs.
A. L. Sohaefer, Mrs. J. T. Richard
son and Mrs. Minnie Stillman are
ho.-tes-es, at the home of Mrs. Moor
house, 4110 Water street.
SOCIETY TO MEET.
The Ladies' Missionary Society cfj
the Paptist church will meet tumnr-1
row afternoon In the reception rooms j
of the church. Mrs. F. L. Nichnlls. I
Mrs. W. H. Cox and .Mrs. M. L. Thnmn- ,
son will be hostesses for the after-.
SERIES TO I E O IV EN
Mrs. J. B. Perry and Mrs. Roscoe I.
Keator will be hostesses on Tuesday
and Wednesday of next week for
bridge luncheons. Guests hae been
asked to the home of Mrs. Perry 3!8
MRS. WARNER HONORED
Sirs. T. ('. Warner was hostess last '
night at a bridge party for her daugh-trr-in-law,
.Mrs. H. J. Warner of Pen
MISS WILLIAMS DEPARTS.
?IUs Marjorie Williams left yester
day for Portland, where she will re
main tint 1 Sunday for a visit with her
CLT'B TO MEET.
For a meeting of the Lavender Club
Mrs. Fred Frazier will be hostess t(
morrow afternoon at her home on
LEAVE FOR PORTLAND
Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Bond left to
day for a visit in Portland.
Only three days in which to take advantage of our big
Every pair of Shoes and Hose in our entire stock have
been reduced to lower price than you wilfbe able to buy
for some time to come.
Ladies' Pure Thread Silk Hose, Open Clocks, Mahog
any, Cordovan, very new. AIho solid colors, Harding
Blue, Beaver, Black, White. Priced to suit your pocket-book.
j An improvement in the tone' of the
: Chicago wheat market is apparent to
day. May wheat clos ns at $1.25 3-4.
four cents hifcher than yesterday's
jclofiinK. while July wheat closed lit
"1.05 1-2, about three cents higher
than the cloning yesterday. j
i Following are the quotations, reeeiv- j
ed by overbeck & Cooke Co., local j
I . Wheat. I
Open. Jllsh Low. Close.
May 1.2214 1.2S 1.2 4 1.2.1 Si
July J.3 14 'i l.ni',4 1.05 'i
May .r,7 ..1914 .!,; .5914
July .02', ..19 V. .62 '
Mav .35"; .3S .35, .371;
July .37i-i .39! i .37? .39
Whi'Ht Started lowor, boxr-d r n tin
v.-(:iknt: In JJverpuoi and nclvVcs
from Argentine to ih ffcl hilrn
in that country vv.n.A to Ioum m
u ti nl i nd:K only a fair dinfind.
Thse item noon Utht thfir Innm-nr,
bowi'ver, and divided nfrrnuth dnvol
nptsl nf'f;m;n!w by arttv Hhfirt rov
printf. All rash in.:rlftM m ro nr nz
fr ;in l h ghrr with envh handit-rM r
lorilnic tnillliiK lnttPH!H rhfjuini?
Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are
not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for
21 years, and proved safe by millions. Say "Bayer"!
SAFETY FIRST! Accept only an "unbroken package" of
genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," which contains proper direc
tions for Headache, Earache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Colds, Rheu
matism, Neuritis, Lumbago, and pain generally. Strictly American!
Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost but a few cent -Larger packaged.
plr!n Is th trade mirk of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacctlcacldeater of Sallcjfllcnar'
Pendleton Cleaning Works
An Institution, Not An Agency.
'H W 1
- 1 1j-XLJ . 1
Only Thoroughly Equipped Plant in Pendleton
HOT AIR DON'T CLEAN CLOTHES
We are not an agency for out-of-town cleaners.
Our work is done in Pendleton in our own plant, not
sent to Walla Walla.
Not only does the patronizing of home industries
build up local institutions, local pay-rolls and make
better times in your home town, but your established
local institutions are to be relied upon for careful,
dependable work and are 'always here to guarantee
satisfaction or money back even after the curb
stoners have come and gone.
All Prices Reduced. We Call and Deliver.
There arc a good many things to be con
sidered. Some people emphasize fit, for in
order to look trim and neat, hose must fit
to perfection and retain its shape. Others
look first to the wearing qualities of a
stocking. Others to material and finish,
price, etc. When all these advantages are
combined in One line as in Phoenix Hosiery,
that is as near, to stocking perfection as
human skill can make it Hose at the new
E. W. MrCoituiH lo (1. nuiwell. 1.
Lot 4 and NE 1-4 SW 1-4, See. .1, Tp.
1 S It S3.
K. W. MrOtimaa to A, Itumde, $1.
Ut 3 and SK 1-4 NW 1-4 Section 3,
T. 1, S. R. S3.
Dr. Lynn K. Blakcslee
Chronlo and Nervous Diseases anf
Dlsatmc of Women. X-Itay Klectrd
Tampla Blflg. Boom 1
Phone 210-W P. O. In IM
A. C. Koeppen & Bros.
tlie Drug Store That Bcras
".O.ULAH o OINISATIONt"
A Pr Mratlofv of
COMPOUND COPAIBA sml CUKU
AT .YOUR DPUCGIST
DR. C. II. DAY
Fbjatrlan and Surgeoo
Kooms II and s Bmltb-Crawfort
r.l.nhnn. TA4 Rm. T4I-R
I Wash Your
I Car I
I For I
I $1.50 I
I N. P. McLean Auto Co.
I 616 Garden St.
A Sellers Kitchen
The Last Word in Convenience.
Sold on Convenient Payments.
Sellers Kitchen Cabinets have important conveni
ences and improvements never before combined in
any cabinet. .
The wonderful Automatic Lowering Flour Bin
does away with straining and lifting. The Automat
ic Base Shelf Extender does away with stooping and
There is the Dust-Proof Base Top underneath the
Sanitary Porcelain Work Table; the Ant-Proof
Casters; the scientific arrangement which places all
articles at your finger tips.
"The Best Servant in Your House"
103 K. COI UT ST.
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