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DAILY EAST OTtEGONTAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1921.
Social and Club News
I'ONr KKT AT IjnrtAMY
A Vli irola mimical program consist
Itil of songs. Instrumental nmslc nd
thrr wleotlon from the old favorite
i'lir "Uurla di ljimernioor" will be
P'syrd Ht the county library Sunday
hftemmm. The librnry in open for
lending purpose" fi"m two until five.
Kollua In the program:
polonaise Milllalre ("hil'iiu Vosella's
('mild 1? (ToMI) Kmtllo rie Ooronn
, Onng of the FnrKe (Yaughn-Kadnry)
Kmilln dp (JoKorrn
Ppnnlsh unrr (.nraste Jan Kullik
l.ni-ln Th fhe a in Splogasti I'nll!
(Tho i Hum Spread Thy Wings to
llnvrni t;loannl Mnrtlnelll
l.nrla dl Ijiinmeimoor Chi Mi Frena
(What Kentrain Me?) Doniietti,
Tetraz-ilni, 'Hruo, Amato. Jourmt,
j.ncia 1 poire Suone (Mad Scene)
lionirettl. Amellta C.nlli-l'iirci, Flute
olilicato by Clt-ment Harone
Minuet In O Ifrnai-e Jan Paderewskt
Screneta (Tostil Nellie Mel ha
The life (Schutiert); Minute Walts
(Chopin) Maud Powell
rnsardus (Hubayl Maud Towel!
ICrlkonia (Schubert) Ernestine Schu-mnn-lleinrk
O Hole Mlo (My Sunshine) K. Di Capua
Kmillo de rtopori.i
I 1 a Siwmiola Rlnaldo Zanelll
j Kamennol-Oatrow (Kubcnstein) Vic
ioi ri a oroht-sira.
MKICTINC. IS IXTEKKSTIXa.
r'cr nn interesting meeting of the
Oil-rent IJternture Club, Mrs. James
Johns S-'r., and Mra. Charles H. Marsh,
were hi.suisea yesterday afternoon at
the Mar.h home on Lewis street.
French fiction was the theme lor the
afi-moon. Mr, O.eoge Clark Rve n
coinprehvnsivc review of "The Thief,'
be Horry l'ernst-in. A reading from
M adeline at Her Mirror," by Tinayre
given by Mrs. J C Snow, was enjoy
ed, a wa a paper on the Uvea and
works of Tinayre, Host and Loll, Hol
land, !rienx and Uel'.uo, modern
French authors, by Mrs. Fred Dohnert.
- Tump and applebloasoins were used
as a defoi.ition, and during the social
hour. Mrs. H. Alexander and Mrs. C.
S. Jemrd preided at the tea tanle.
SrilPRISK IS GIVEN.
The seventeenth birthday of Harry
Crwford was the occasion last night
fr a "surprise"' party, given at the
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
0. Crawford, (lames and music sped
t'le evenine hours and later refresh
ments were served, the decorations
being In pink and white.
II Ol'F'S I 1'ST.URS S H O 1
$19.75 and 329.75
Taffeta, Tricolette, Satin and
A special purchase of sizes 16,
18 and 36. Values up to 345.00.
319.75 and 329.75
Besides the honor guest, those pres
ent were Miss Theluia Kean, Miss
Blanche Friedly. Miss Zella I'rophet,
Miss Martha Hogue, Miss Evelyn Sny
der. Miss Frieda J'alil, Miss Luclle
Pearson, Miss Lucile Saling, David
Swanson, Orvllle Swanson. Leslie lat
ton. Dale Rurfurd. James Obuoh,
Marvin Keene, Willie Newton and
DIXXER 13 ENJOYED
Members of the Krdeen C lub and
their friendc were guests last evening
of a dinner at Jolly's Inn. Tulips cen
tered the table where a three-course
diruter wai served. Later the guests
spent a few bonis at cards at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Smith,
where supper was served during the
These present were Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Winter, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan
Dlmlck. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L Johnson, Mr and
Mrs. Kenneth McKae, Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Crabtree, Miss Emily McHroom.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Winer and Fete
IXSTITLTE TO BE HELD
Mrs Afra B. Anderson, of Indian
apolis, national worker for the Mis
sionary Society of the Christian
church, will be the chief speaker at an
Institute of the society to be held on
Monday in the reception rooms of the
church. The topic for the institute
will bt "The Finished Task," and the
sessions will open at 10:30 a. m. and
will continue during the day, with a
noon lunchoon. A !au.e uelegation
from Milton is expected.
Mrs. Anderson will speak tomorrow
nUht at the Christian church at 7:30
SWAMPED WITH '
. WORK? YES.
BUT NEVER TOO !
BUSY FOR YOU! 1
CLOSING OUT ; ..
Whipped Cream Bowl . .. ,. . , . , , .
Tea Pots ;
Cyt Glas Salt and Pepper , . o '
Cup and Saucer
Water Set .' r
Aluminum Berlin Kettle ' . . .
Preserving Kettle '
Preserving Double Boiler
Electric Universal Percolator
Universal Ball Tea Pots
25 PER CENT OFF ON ALL THIS LINE .
Watch for our big Coffee sale next week.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phones 23 Only 1 Quality the Best
MRS. OTITIS DEPARTS.
Mrs. Emma Purington Curtiss, who
has been spending the past few
months In Pendleton as the guest of
her sister, Mrs. S. A. Lowell, left yes
terday for Portland and Washougal,
Washington, where she will visit for
a season before starting for her home
In Clinton, Wisconsin. Mrs. Lowell
accompanied her, and will attend the
state Congregatlonalist conference to
be held In Portland Monday and Tues
day of next week.
THT SHOP OF BETTER VALVES
PARTY IS GIVEN.
Twenty five little boys and girls are
guests today for a birthday party at
the home of Mrs. C. A. Johnson, who
is entertaining in honor of the fifth
birthday of her daughter. The after
noon Is being spent In games and
later luncheon is to be served . at a
table decked in pink and white. A
big white birthday cake with pink
candles, the place cards and little
candies carry out the color effect.
Our tock ha all the best and latest popular copy,
right books. Read
Way Down East, Slippy McGee, Jungle Tale of Tar.
xan. The Desert of Wheat, Wild Youth and Another, The
Land of Last Chance, Cursed, Free Air, Gold of the Gods,
Guy Garrick, Happily Married, True Tilda, You Never
Saw Such a Girl, The Bite of Benin, and hundred of other
best books of fiction.
PRICED AT ONLY $1.00 PER COPY
THOMPSON'S DRUG STORE
Likes to Dance
It's the Music
AT THE LIBERTY NOW
Follow the crowd tonight.
The management offers the best jazz orchestra ever as
sembled in Pendleton and dancing on the best floor in the
city. Courteous treatment and a good time for all.
LET'S DANCE TONIGHT
Independent Paint Shop
BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN
On the occasion or tne lifth birth
day, little Miss Madelon Reed was hos
tess Wednesday evening for a party
at her home, 401 East Webb street.
The hours were spent in games and
later refreshments were served. Guests
(for the enjoyable affafr were Nellie
Brundage. Catherine Brundage, Mabel
Sutherland, Reta Davis, teona Davis,
Laura Davis, Leo Davis and Thnyne
MRS. WARNER TO RETURN.
Mrs. H .J.. Warner of Pendleton,
who has been the guest of her mother-
in-lav, Mrs T. C. Warner, is leaving
today for her home in Eastern Ore
gon. During her stay In Portland.
Mrs. Warner was entertained at a
number of Informal affairs, among
them the bridge party given for her
Tuewiay night by Mrs. T. C. Warner.
Portland Evening Telegram.
ORCHESTRA 18 COMING
The New York Philharmonic Or
chestra, to be presented in concert at
the Keylor Grand in Walla Walla next
Friday, is attracting the attention of
i Pendleton music-lovers. The orches
tra is directed by Josef Stransky and
Henry Hadley is associate conductor.
Imps, watts in Portland.
Mra. Homer Watt of Athena. w 'n
the city yesterday and left last night
tor Portland and will rtiurn afiur a
few days The wedding of Mr. and
! Mrs. Watts was a recent event here.
The funeral of the late Joseph Har
rison will be held tomorrow at 10 a.
m. from the Folsom chapel. It will
be under the auspices of the Frater
nal Order of Eagles.
MR. AND MRS. MOON HERE.
Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Moon, of Pom
eroy, Washington, are guests in Pen
dleton. They are at the home of Mrs.
Moon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
VISITORS FROM PASCO.
Mrs. George Goodman and daugh
ter, of Paxco, arrived here today to
visit at the home of Mrs. Goodman's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Nolen.
MRS. BRYAN HERE.
Mrs. J. Bryan, of Helix, is a visitor
In the city today.
Other New of Thi
Department on Page 5
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
LOST Cold Lavalier with thre
rubies finder phone 1164 or call
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Corner E. Court and Thompson
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Successors to Clyde McKay
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FOR SALE Child bed, can bo used
by child up to eight years good
springs and mattress. Phone 568 or
call 417 Perkins Ave.
WILL TRADB for Umatilla county,
city or farm property, Douglas coun
ty farm of 4J7 acr-, sawmill with 20
thousand dally capacity. J million fent
of standing timber, donkey engine, 400
head of i-heep. Addrefs Mra. L. N.
NUcolU. S0J E. Court.
All EnKles are requested to be at
Folsom's Chapel at 10 o'clock a. m.,
Sunday April 24th to attend the fun
eral of o ir late Brother, Joeeph Har
rison. By Order of
S IIMI - '
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UWbor sued to 10uv damage, alleging alaader iMr Y o.T "
te'jLST"' m Jul ituoot slander to
WHAT PENDLETON GRADE,
SCHOOLS ARE DOING
Poby Snow presented a new Victor
record to the first grade. This makes
the tenth record owned by the first
Thayer Pyington a pupil In the sec
ond grade has left for Idaho where ho
will reside for the future. ,
The pupils have completed their
Red Riding Hood posters. These Illus
trate the Red Riding Hood story and
B-cre under the supervision of Mrs.
Baker. The cut work is especially
plc-asing. The pupils were also in
structed in correct mounting.
May baskets will be made next week
in the art period.
Lester King has returned to the
fourth grade after his visit in Cali
fornia. Mrs. C. P. Miller and Mrs. Taylor
were visitors In the fifth grade this
The sixth grade has finished post
era of the counties of Oregon. Alva
Albert and Marion Albert had the best
posters for products. Raymond Rngg
nnd Dorothy Barthel had the best for
neatness and products.
Twenty four pupils were neither
absent nor late this month.
Those that will represent Lincoln
school In the city track meet are as
A tlass Hoys
Running Ralph Penland, Stanley
Cox and James Hill.
Paseball Throw Charles Peterson,
Ralph Penland and James Hill.
, A Class Girls
.Running Thelma McCormmach,
Florence Fletcher and Pearl Bullock.
Paseball Throw Sylvia Emtiunk.
Pearl Rullock and Florence Fletcher. ;
II lass Hoy
Running Hubert Allen, Robin Flet
cher and Wilson McNary, .
Broad Jump Hubert Allen, Allen
Boyden and Elmer poiegar.
High Jump Herbert Allen, Allen
Hoyden and Lindwy Warren.
, Baseball Throw Elmer Pozegar,
Marion. Wlnet and Wilson McN'ary.
, Class OIHs
, Running Dorothy Barthel, Stella
McCormmach and Gladys Snyder.
Baseball Throw Gladys Snyder,
Ethel Enbusk and Selma Enbusk.
C Class Hoys
Running Sydney Johnson, Albert,
McCormmach and Jack Hartncss.
. Broad J'inip Albert McCormmach,
Sydney Johnson and Fred Peebler.
irigh Jump Jack Hartnes, Fred
Peebler and Sydney Johnson,
i Baseball Throw Fred Peebler, Syd
ney Johnson and Robert Bishop.
C Class (ilrls
, Running Kathleen McClintock
Mildred VV'yrick and Gertrude Coop
( P.8Babull Throw Mildred Wyrlck,
Kathleen McClintock and Helen
D Class Hoys
Running James Hill, Elmer Steele
and Fred Grisgs.
High Jump Elmer Steele, George
Bowman and Fred Griggs.
Relay Elmer Steel, Fred Griggs
and George Bowman . . ; ,
Broad Jump Elmer Steele, James
and George Bowman. .. . ;
D Class (ilrls
Running Georgina Shill; Evalyi)
Quial and Marion Holsington.
Leading. Baseball F an-
Suits, values to $98.50, our bargain
price $29.50 to $69.50. " : ; v
L All Jersey suits will be offered at $23.95
Comparison especially iiyited.
Now Is the Time
To Sell Your Hens
MR. 'FARMER! Your hens that . have quit
laying are only a detriment to youit costs
money to keep them now when their usefulness
has passed. Bring them to us we will pay you
25c PER POUND.
Be thrifty realize on your poultry.
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East Oregohian Printing Department
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An attractive array of the latest popular tunes are offered this
month, sung by the deftest Vocaltnn singers of the lighter tongs of the
Dcarr Obj (Blaufuss) .Arthur Burnt
Drifting Apart (Johnston-Ager-Schuster '.Hugh Donovan
Hl-Yo (i'airclUW-firpen) Harmonlsert' Quartet
Answer Mo ( Votise) Charles Mart and Elliott Shaw
O-HI-O (Yellen & Olman) Alleen Stanley
Iloll-Wecvll Blr (Cliff Hem) !. Ernest Hare
In the Heart of Old Italy ( West-Glogan) .Crescent Trio
Aunt Jemima's iiil.lc (Tracey-Pinkard) ...... . lliirinoiiUers' Quartet
BrlKlit Kyes Introducing: Make Believe Fox-Trot (Kmlth-Molman-
Jerome-Davls-Skllkert) Played by Al Jockers' Dance Orchestra.
Na-Jo Kox Trot (Wledoeft Holllday). ' Played by Al Jockert1 Dance
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Arabia One-Blep (O. H. Green)," Played by Green Brothers" Xovelty
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lA7lao Fox Trot (Crain-Dawson-Opld). ..Played by Green Brothers'
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Do You Kver Tliliik of Ie? Fox Trot (Burnett). Tlayed b Blvln't
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I Nevtx Know Introducing: Two Sweet Lips Fox Trot (Pltts-Egan-
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