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. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREflON, SATURDAY EVENIWO, AP11I V1' J
vViiy It's Great to Be Famous
People Here and There
Curl Engdnhl, i.t Helix, In In (he ally
Onirics UehrciiB of Helix in a Pn
dlcton visitor tortus-.
Gwendolen und J I own id Nell
Mlltun were here ycHti-iday.
NEWS OF THE COUNTY
nrnoro Ann nrnornc
ofi . urribco ftitu urnu:no
I facrrrs.. 11.1. . , "a
Chaunoey fllHhui) loft luirt nlnht for
Portland where he 'will spend the Dim Murrluge UmiMi. . ;
week-end. , . ' . . . .
, ' I A nun 1'inr.e liccnHA nun boon honied
II. W. Collin, and John Mnntuomery ! 1 ' ,hb ou,"' clerk to Felix Hernmnn
loft nt nlirht .in a I,I.,pm Irln ,,, IIhhh of The Oulles and Junlta DuiiuIm
Sir. anil Mm. W. K. Tuner and ton.
'. O. lliirrl.Kiii Hual,
rexIdentN of The I Milieu, were In fun
dleton yoHli'riluy on hUHlne-m.
and Mr. and Mm. CharlrH O. Wln t)f
linker were here Friday. The Klrt Punk of rilot Ilock lias
1 brought suit HKHliiMt C O Harrison to
It. O. Meredith and K. H. Hiihh, both lo led on note for Z.l and fiiVO re-
, '.lively, the complaint Doing rucu
t. .It by I. M. Hihannoii as attorney
I for the plaintiff. ..
V. I Tlionipson, formerly of this .
rlty now of I'ortlund, ley hint nltht I
for that city after a day s bualnesaj Trial Xeain Completion. .
visit here. . , rho trlala of John Adair and Karl
t'ublwell charged with larceny from
p -ellinv Is near completion this aft
e.r.') II. The trial has occupied the nt
tci lion of the circuit court during- the
ludt three days and attorneys were
p.-. ami their arifumentH this after
nof. . The defendants are accused of
i.jiilili: a house near Heini.Hlon.
A. V .Flenilnir, who has been In I
Pendleton wvtial days In the interest j
of the nlubt horse show of the Taclflr
North west Livestock Exposition, left I
this mornlni; for Arlington.
John Tii It. a prominent laundry
man of Astoria, is one of the visitors
who are tti rendu Inn today In at
tendance at the meujInK of the exe-1 Vlfc Allesr IHwrt'on.
eutlve committee of the Oreiton I-aun- AlUttltiK that her husband. Herbert
dry OwnoriT Association, lie recently i c, ,,,v (,.si rted her while llicy were
was elected president of the Itotary IKinR nt Faker, Oregon. Mrs. Helen
clutt of Astoria, for the past two I C'-iin has filed suit for divorce In the
yeara he lias been one of the directors rt. cult ' court, the complaint' having
of the Astoria Chamber of Commerce, ! h. ,-. filed yesterday Air. und Mrs.
and he was closely in tourh with the Crane were married at lwlnton, Ida.,
work of t'laud Harr during the tlme!y, !:' C, 1M. The plaintiff asks for
ho was secretary or the organization ' the sum of full a month for the care
at Astoria. 'of their minor children.
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER QUALITY
Specials for Saturday
Swifts Premium Hams, per lb. .
H Large Round Ykg. Quaker Oats . .'. . . :'. . . . 30c
g Palm Olive Soap, 3 bars 25c
o AddIcs. srood cookinar or eatinir. box S1.25
H Walnuts pound 30c, 4 lbs. for $1.00
E r: t,i,.. ..,. unnj i n. cinn r
U, VlV.t, U1UC IICUU, li, IU9t 1U1 IjlliVU 2
g Order your-Vegetables early Saturday morn- g
u ,ing and be assured of choice selections for.Sun- w
K day. , 2
g Sweet Potatoes, 2 pounds 25c
td New Potatoes, Peas, Spinach, Green Onions, eg
Radishes, Lettuce, etc., etc 2
6 - 3
5 The Economy Grocery
2 113 w. webb'st.
I Phone 409
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
(K.iMt OreKoir.an Kpeclal.) -At
a reertit meetliiK of the dlrcclius
of school district No. 1, ull of the
preseut corps of teachers was te-ein-ploed
to teach in the Weston schools
next year. V. C Fltzpatrlck, the pres
ent principal, will not likely accept
the aniiulntiiient. as he Is known to
have offers, at a. considerable advance
111 Ku'ary. from other schools. The
touchers as elected are as follows:
lllfch school F. f. FlUputrlrk,
principal; .Miss Frank IIairi lJnvIs,
Miss Iiirllne lirown and MIms Esther
K if; a Mi grade Mrs. Gertrude Fila
palrlck. Hixth and seventh grades Miss Ma
Fifth (rrade Miss Kether Mark.
Third and fourth grades Miss Lil
First and second grades MIbs Lou
ise Itlntoul. '
Mrs. Kleanor M. Warren has re
turned to her home on north Frank
lin street to reside after being- absent
nearly six months, visitlnfr with her
children fn Portland, I'endb-ton and
Kltnpia, Wash. 1 ' :
" Improvement wrrk on- the state
hi?haay between WVslon and Athrna
was commenced on Friday morninK.
Tlio work consists In extending the
shoulders and cleanliiK out the ditch
es aloiii; the road slle. About a doz
en men were put at this work. It Is
understood that only men w'th fam
ilies were (riven employment', and
that an equal number of men were
hired out of the towns of Weston and
Wallace Nelson,. who spent his boy
hood days around the Weston O. W.
depot, graduating Into a hlg-h grade
railroad agent and later filling the
position of traffic manager for IJbhy,
McNe il and Ubby at Yakima, has
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tVliy Is it great to be famous? Jackie Cooxan, "Tlie Kid" In Cluplin'a
asieily of that imot, says it itr.'t the money, though he makes f'Jtsju r week.
"T t-t to meet errrbdy fieople talk about," be explaitis. I ieture a!)w
lui ji'ttinj coiminted with Kab( kuUk
WITH SLIGHT ACCIDENT
' (lCaat Oregonfitn Special.)
ins and a talk from the vice presi
dent, .Mrs. Fletcher, Jirs. John Ogle
and Mrs. T. A. Licuallen, a dainty
lunch was served.
L. L. Ijeuallen and lleverend Luth
er were out hunting Thursday and for
a clay's outing at Meacham.
.Mrs. M. A. linker was pleasantly
surprised on Friday afternoon on the
occasion of her birthday when her
frleixis called at her home. Itefresh- ,
meats were served and the afternoon
ADAMS. Ore:, April 23--Th Pa
been visiting at the parental home for'ped J!0,eK. bushels of 1S?0 Wheat the' a spent in games and social talk.;
the last two weeks. Mr. Nelson will i P"" weea aim nave w.vmi 'more to ".o. ,.. iv.a.u
leave In a feWdavs for Sacramento, 1 ship as fast a cars are set In. I McOollum. Mrs. Will Iloyer, Mrs Roy
California, t- accept a position with I J. . " Hates' men are bo.-y hnuling Desvolgn. -Mrs. Charley Bunch. Mrs.
(h l. iff nn.-klnff firm ct,ln nnt nf the balance of his 120 Wheat eron tw. L-.-sto. .Mrs. C. . IXirr, Mrs. G. O Rich-
their buying staff.
LOCAL WOMAN" TO VISIT
, Lumber of I'tndleton club women
will motor to Athena or Wednesday tr.
fillend a silver tea to be given In the
,l.. i-nninu it ibo Christian
church bv the Civic Club. The local I '"' EOn returned home on the 9 a,
i 'vomen will In thtR way expresi their
nppieriatloti of the efforts of Athena
women tu co-oierste In receiving
tuicst In pendli'ton May 31. June 1. 2
and 3, at the state convention of Fed
i::L!l.mil ardson, .Mis Harry Bunch, Mrs L.
I Otis Licuallen stepped on a shnrp j Lark and Mrs. Alex McKenxie.
Iplow share and cut a gash In his foot J Mrs- ' ('lar'' entertained the vice
pile wa taken to the doctor In Athena I president of the Itebekah lodge while
and is some-better but will have a bad Adams.
foot for some time. I -Mr- and -Mrs- Johl le- Ml's-
I, Mr. and Mr. Farrow and son of ; F1,'u hcv a"d Henry Bunch motored to
IjWalln Walla were the guests of heriAlhcna- v. here Mrs. Fletcher will
I parents, .Mr. and Mrs. X. O. Carlstrom. ' l leet lhe Athrna Itei.ekahs this eveu
ifor the week-end. Mr. Farrow and!'" ttn1 h"l,t B meeting.
I.W O. Carlstrom motored home as Mr. ! Lincoln Klackburn of Milton, was a
Carlstrom Is irnR to rto some repair- bi'smess visitor in Attains iuday.
Ing for Mr. Farrow on his home resi-1 Sir- Chesnut who bought the M. .
.lence In Walla Walla.' Mrs. Farrow ! 'k"1 home, is doing some repawns
(on the place and reshinglmg trie
train today. inj ie. ,
The Adams Indies' Club met at the' Hcvereud Cornall of Pendleton, Jo
home of Mrs Charles Hhats on Thurs- llivercd an illustrated lecture on foi-
day afternoon. After the usual busi
ness meeting n dainty lunch was serv-
raied Clubs. The Athena club has In- T ' " 'e o. i
vited delegates to visit Alhena fori"- "iehardson, Mrs. Charles Dupuls,
lunchfnn during one day of the con- M- Les'o. Mrs. frank krebs, .Mrs.
volition !H:monton, Mrs. Harry 1-arahee, Mrs.
,. , Klla nowling, Wrs. Will Hover, Mrs.
OlUli5' KHIKXDLY MEKTINX5. itevella Lteuallen. Mrs. John Spencer.
' Members of the upper' division cfMrs. J. T. Licuallen. Miss Mortimore,
the (.Iris- Friendly Society met yester- !'' Uebois, Mrs. Calkins, Mrs. Yea -
Llav nfteniimn nt the rectory of thcir, .urs. i:. . jiarr, Airs una ljeu.u
'hur.h of the Redeemer. The girls il. Mrs John Ogle, -Mrs. Carl hr.s-
are rnaklng a oullt which will bo sold "a", Mrs. L. L IJeuallen and Mrs.
for chnrltv. The onranizatlcn. which j Alex McK.nzie. All sient a pleasant
New York Philharmonic Orchestra
- . SEVENTY-SIX MEN
Gltlest'nrut largest organization of its kind. Ranks first of
our orchestras. - 4
rr i ' fi i nni
ior orana 1 neatre
WAI.LA WALLA, WN.
April 29, 1921
Mail orders with checks and self addressed stamped en
velope to Malen Burnett, 220 Marcus, Walla Walla, Wn.
l'ltKKS 83.00, V2.30, 92.00, $1,00, Plus 10 Per Cent War Tax
; This will be the last time a big eastern Orchestra will be in
the West for many yearsl
is new In Pendleton, is planning sev
eral project which will be carried
out during the spnnjr momns. wins
from 10 to 15 years of age, no matter
what their church affiliations, are elig
ible to Join the society. The lower
division meets this afternoon in Par
Wt.'.L RETURN TODAY.
Mires ilarjorle Williams Is expected
Mrs. Evard McCollum was the guest
of her mother. Mrs. M. A. Paker, on
(leorge Pradley motored to Adanu
Roll Morrison; Frank Dames, Joe
Brunt, motored to'Adams tndav from
the Morrison ranch near Adams.
Mrs. Frank Krebs, Mrs. Bert Kirby
and Mrs. Slmonton motored out to the
to return this evening from Portland j home of Mrs. pearl Hales and were
served Willi a dainty lunch.
Mrs. Pearl Hales Jdrs. John Spen
cer, Mrs. Frank Krebs, Mrs. Bert Kir
by, were the guests of Mrs. F. M.
Mrs. Charley Bunch, Mrs. Will
Bunch and LTe Katon motored to
Pendleton this week.
The vice president of the Rcbekah
assembly of Oregon met with the Ad-
wherc shu has been visiting her mother.
TO OCaTT APARTMENT.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Farley expect to
move soon to apartments In the Asso
RKTCR.V FROM LA GRANDE
Air. and Mrs. 'Richard Alayberry re
sign missions and Bible scenes in h
Haptist church on Wednesday even,
ing after the prayer meeting.
I. O. Hale and son John motored to
All's. Harold Burnett motored to Ad
I alph Wallan motored to Pi ndie-to-,
Miss Ina Wallan was the tmct of
her grandmother, Mrs. Jane Wailan,
at the home ranch Tuesday.
J i.i Chesnut was In Pendleton Wed
nesday to do some shopping and visit
his new grandson.
41 r. and Mrs. Itevella IJeuallen n o
to.fd to Adams today.
H. Orablel of Killamlers In Pendle
ton, wa.H calling on the business peo
ple of Adams today.
JURY PRESENTS FATHER
WITH 5100 PURSE FOR
AVENGING HIS DAUGHTER
turned this morning after a short visit ams lonVe on Thursday evening at 8
in Iji Grande. P ni After the regular business meet-
DIOXVER, April 23. (!'. P.)
(leorge Thomason. avenser of
his 15-year-old daughter Jessie,
today was tho rccipitent of a
J10U p irse, the. jrift of the
jurors who returnee a vcrcirt of
not guilty in Thomasnn's trial
for killing his brother-in-law, All
Keece, who boasted of his as-
sault on Thomason's daughter.
S THE RIGHT SIZE FOR THIS WEATHER 5
CLEAN AND UNIFORM
1 B. L. BURROUGHS He Has It!
NORMAL CLASS FOR
Whitman Conservatory, Walla Walla, Wn.
MAY 9 TO JUNE IS, INCLUSIVE
Exceptional Training for Teacher
Dunning System ' Afcsply at once to Secretary
The most necessary adjunct to fl noi
We have all sorts of pins, ranging from the '"bow.o
platinum bar pin. set with blue white diamonds, to a
siniiilo little cuff pin.
When in doubt as to what to give her, select pins.
Par pins In platinum and gold, cuff pins vanity
pln, linseria pins a selected showing of each.
r j inc.
The Largest Diamond. Dealer m Eastern
.1. C Penney Co., A Nation-Wide Institution t-
High Grade Toilet Articles
Williams Shaving Soap, bar 5c
Djer Kiss Talcum Powder . 23c
Djer Kiss. Face Powder, large 98c
Djer Kiss Face Powder, medium C9c
Djer Kiss Toilet Water $L38
Colgates Dental Cream, small 8c
Colgates Dental Cream, large 19c
Colgates Talcm Powder, all odors 19c
Mennens Talcum Powder 19c
Air Float Violet Talcum lOc
Mentholatum, large 89c
Mentholatum, small 19c
Woodbury's Facial Soap 21c
Packers Tar Soap 21c
Cuticura Soap 21c
"Featheredge" Rubber Sponges, size 3. . . 25c
"Featheredge" Bath Brushes 69c
Prophylactic "Penetrator" Hair Brushes 98c
Keepclean Hair Brushes 49c
Keepclean Clothes Brushes 49c
Tooth Brashes 10c, 19c
Prophylactic Tooth Brashes, each 33c
Pebecco Tooth Paste 39c
Pepsodent Tooth Paste, tube 39c
Hinds Honey and Almond Cream ...... . 43c
Palmolive Vanishing Cream, tube 19c; jar 39c
Palmolive Cold Cream. .... tube 19c; jar 39c
Palmolive Talcum Powder 19c
Palmolive Face Powder 39c
Palmolive Liquid Shampoo ( large bottle. 49c
Vaseline, bottle 10c
Pompeian Talcum Powder, can 19c
Pompeian Beauty Powder 39c
Tompeian Massage Cream 39c
Pompeian Night Cream 39c
Pompeian Day Cream 39c
Pompeian Toilet Water $1-19
Palmolive Shaving Cream, tube 23c
Colgates Shaving Cream, tube 29c
Colgates Rapid Shaving Powder 29c
'Colgates Shaving Stick 29c
Gillette Safety Razor with twelve blades,
leatherette or nickled case $2.98
Gillette razor blades, package of 6 39c
" r jL312 department stores
J. C. Tenney Co., A Nation-Wide Institution
PayCash Receive More Pay Less
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court Phone 880
Cash Speaks Louder .
Many credit stores will tell you that they could sell
cheaper if they didn't have to "carry you."
This is true in fact it's the one big success of our bus
iness when you pav cash here you are doing away with
the biggest part of the difference between buying- and
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court