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DAILY EAST OREOONIAlf, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, 1921.
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News Notes of Pendleton
. CALENDAR OP EVENTS
: May (County school Orato-
rlcal and Declamatory - Contest,
at high achool auditorium.
Mar 7 County achool track
and field meat at Round-Up
May 11, 12, 1J Stat Parent
4 Teacher Association convention.
May 81, June 1 and 2 Htate
convention of Ori'gon Federation 4
4 of Women' clubs. 4
4 . June 14, IS, H State con- 4
4 ventlon of the O. A. It. 4
4 itepteniber 22, 23, 24 Annua) 4
4 P4a Hound-Up. 4
Sunn Wool Clip.
. Wool JiihI recently clipped la being
brought Into Pendleton for storage by
the wngonlond. Sniyihe llros. are
brlng'ng In their clip and putting It In
warchouneK. They finished shearing
Fred Bennlon will referee at the
comity truck meet to be held here But
urdiiy, May 7, with the pupils of the
various grade and high schools of the
county us contestants. I.lcth Abbott
will be starter. Other offlciuls have
not been chosen yet. About 210 con
testants will bo entered In the events.
DIiiiht Is (ilwti '
Members (if the board of managers
of tho Pendleton Tlolary tl'ib enjoyed
a dinner last mgnt wncn a. u. inomp.
son, president of the club, entertained
at his home yji North Main street.
Hans for the ensuing year were ois-
aussvd. Thoso present were Carl
Cooloy, L. C. Scharpf, J. V. Tallman
Fred Itennion, Dr. F. E, Hoyden, list
er Hamley, Ivowell Kern, C. P. A. Lon
ergan and Hoy lUtner.
Christian Win Game. " '
The C'hrlstlun- church team was the
winner of the first g.ime of buscball
played In the twilight league last night
when the Huptlsts were handed the
short end of a 10 to P score. The con
test went only tbrco Innings when It
had to be called on account of dark
ness, bit the game was declared for
feited by the Huptlsts. Crawford who
pitched for the victors showed sorie
stuff, his delivery fooling several of
the opposing batters. Thursday night
the Christians will r-tay the Indians
in the second game of the schedule.
tors, Mrs. Bertha Powell and Mrs
MIrtum Kemp. No furneral arrange
ments luive yet been made.
Building is PulnUtT,
Tho Malurkey building Is being
made ready for the summer scuson
and Is being renovuted with a cout ol
Use the Phones
Grocery, Two Phones
78 and 79 .
rENDLKTON'S LFAMXQ TORE
Use the Phones
r,w.s.Ar Turn Plinnna
rfN VJII UVtl J , i nv i living
78 -and 79
ItaltifiUl is .06.
The rainfall today Is .06 of an Inch,
says Major e Moorhouse, weuthei
observer. The maximum today is 6
und the minimum 45. The barometer
Centralis Win Agahi. '
The Ccrtruts. Jim Hurvey's team
from Despain Gulch, continued their
recoi-a for winning ball games Hunuay
when they put the skids under a
oleked team from Adams, the final
score being 7 . to 5. The batteries
were brothers aalnst brothers, two
Pells doing the work for Adams while
Holncren brother acted for the en-
trals. W. llolngren Was 'the particu
lar star of the game. ,The Centrals
will pluy Holdman next Hunday At
Dcspuln Oulch. . . i
Tjiwn-ncc Collins W
Lawrence Collin, aged 24, died last
evening at 2009 Rnst Court street alter
i nrolonred Illness. He Is survived by
his mother, Mrs. Collins, and twosls
ltd urns from IHirtlaiiil. .
John Hamley returned yesterday
from Portland. Ho has been In that
city for the past two weeks undergo
ing an operation on his nose, lie is
much Improved In health.
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HjM.'vial fiorvh-eti hunday.
Special services at the lir stlan
church' of which ltev. W. A CJressman
Is pastor, will mark the 102 anniver
sary of the I O. (). V. on Hunday. At
a meeting last night the members de
cided to attend the services in a body.
! YOUR SEWING NEEDS ARE HERE
The vogue for hand made costumes, with the many opportunities for clever fingers, has brought
home sewing into new prominence. Every thing from marking chalk to skirt markers is here at new value
prices. iJo your sewing now ior spring anu suiiunei.
Lotturo to lie Given
Dr. John M. Tutt, C. S. a. of Kan
sas City, member of The Board of
Lectureship of The Mother Church
The First Church of Christ Scientist, In
Ronton, Massachusetts, will lecture on
Friday evening In Kagle Woodman
hall. The lecture Is complimentary to
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RICH, CLEAN MORNING'S MIL-
Coffee i -
This coffee is a combination of pecfectjly select
ed jjrades, blended and roasted to produce fully
developed uniformity of both strength and flavor.
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
301 East Court Street ;
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Private Ext-liaiige Connects Both Departments.
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lire Prevention Wrrlc
The local office of the Umatilla For
est Reserve Is planning a special ex
hibit In the show window of a local
store for the week of May 22 to May
28, designated by President Harding
as "Fire Prevention . Week." Moving
pictures Illustrating the fire patrol
work will be shown also as a part of
Xo Rau-s 1-Tor festival
That the railroads will not allow
special rates for the Portland Rose
Festival this year Is Information that
has beon secured by. the Pendleton
Commercing Association In a letter re
ceived from the secretary of the
Portland organisation. The Inability
to secure special rates results from the
action of the railroads In refusing re
duced rates on local travel.
Will Krm Monument
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. JaCkson, formerly
of Pendleton, now of Portland, are
Pendleton Visitors. They are here to
place ill Olney Cemetery a stone In
memory of their son, the late Francis
Jackson, who V'"1 his life at sea on the
ship. J. A; Chansler. A little daughter
or Mr. and Mrs. Jackson is buried in
the local cemetery and the stone in
memory of the son will be erected near
the other grave..
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No, this is not a prize fight.
Just a reminder that you yet have TIME to take ad
vantage of the Vonderful opportunity offered by the
HANSCOM'S JEWELRY STORE
Where you can buy at reduced prices anything from the
well selected stock of . ,
Wtchea, Diamond, Jewelry, Clock,
The best is none too good. Gifts that last. Say it with
jewelry- Come in and talk it over with
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i Model Gleaners & Tailors 1
; Our Motto: Quick Service.
When you . want your clothes cleaned without
. gasoline smell, just call 321 and our boy will be at
your door before you can hang up your phone.
All Work Guaranteed. . f
1 Lester &Bbbher I
1 304 W.Webb Phone 321
lloys' Rands to Play '
The boys'' bands of the Pendleton
schools will play for the "Blue Bird"
pageant to be given on the evening of
May SI by pupils of Pendleton schools,
under the direction of Miss Kva Han
sen, instructor lt physical training.
The pageant is to bo given as a feature
of tho state Parent Teacher Association
convention to be held here May 11, 12
and 1J and 200 achool children will
take part. - ' ...
SAOOO Property Ioal.
One of a very few recent cash i-eal-
ty deals was concluded here yesterday
when C. L. Howard, a railroad con
ductor, formerly of La Grande, pur
chased five lots and three houses on
Lewis street from E J. Sommerville.
The purchase price was ((000 and the
sale was made by Snow b Dayton. The
new owner is intending to erect a mod
ern bungalow on the. corner of Lewis
and Lee streets. Mrs. Howard and
children will come to rendleton to
Join Mr. Howard and they will make
their home here
Banker To Make Address
An invitation to deliver an address
before the Oregon Bankers' associa
tion at their annual convention at Sea
side, Juno 3 and 4 has been accepted
by J. DcWildo, on official of the Am
erican National Bank of Pendleton.
The address will bo on tho subject of
"Financial Advertising" In which sev
eral years of special study has been
spent by Mr. 1 Wilde. The request
came from H. M. Morgan, secretary of
tho Financial Advertisers' association,
who Is connected with the St. Louis
Union Trust Co. Mr." DeWildo Is a
member of this association whose
membership Is limited to 500 bankers
in the United States. '
DRfSS 3189 MFASNlOSOFUS!
TWO FABRICS 6 STOW WIWSDfitSS
Of PBNTtD VOitt llH ORTANIMt OR
12 Yds. Good Muslin $1,00
This is 36 in. wide, ', of good
' quality bleached muslin.
Big Lot Laces 5c Yd.
A splendid assortment of high
grade laces for many purposes
during spring sewing week, the
yard . 5c
Spool Cotton, 150 yds 5c
Silk Thread 10c
Colored Cotton 5c
D. Cotton 5c
D. Cotton 8c
Hooks and Eyes 5c
Hooks and Eyes 10c
Snaps . 10c
Rick Rack 15c
Bias Tape 15c
Rick Rack 20c
Pins . ...10c
Hook and Eye Tape 25c
Snap Tape 25c
Leaded Tape 20c
Tape Line 10c
Dye Soap 10c
Perfectionette Hair Net ... 12c
Quaker Maid Hair Nets 12c
Martha Washington H. Nets 10c
French. Serge $2.50 and
$3.00 Yd. .
52 and 54 in. wide of fine
French serge for dresses that
can be pleated as the styles now
are. Back to old time values and
For sport coats, suits and the
like, offered in a wide range of
colors $2.50 to $4.00
A silk something like A. B, C
silk, for underwear, etc.
For graduation dresses, the
yard 85c to $1.50
54 inches wide for skirts, the
yard -. ... $2.50
I 40 in. Crepe de Chine
Comes in wide range of colors.
Apron Ginghams 18c
Black, blue and brown check.
PURCHASES made bal
ance this month go on May
account payable June 1st.
Lace Curtains $1.00 Pair
Worth more, but we only asK
Cretonnes 50c Yd.
Big line patterns and color
ings. Dress up the house now
with new curtains.
Long Cloth 25c to 50c
Nainsook 25c to 65c
Lyk Linen 40c, 65c
Colored Voiles ...... 50c to 95c
Colored Flaxon-i :'Z .'. . . 25c
White Poplin 50c, 65c
Wash Skirting . . ... 50c to $1.50
Colored Sateen . . 50c
Cotton Flannel 15c Yd.
Outing Flannel 20c Yd.
White and colors.
yard . . .
&f inches wide, the
........... 25c and 50c
Good heavy weight, neat pat
terns, light and dark.
Dress Ginghams 25c
v Plain colors, plaids and stripes.
Very best quality.
Aids in Club Work
A calf club for boys and girls was
organized lust night in Hermiston by
Fred Bennlon, county agriculture
agent. . Miss Dorothy Briggs, who won
second prise for stock Judging at the
State Fair in Salem and who was a
member of the team which won sec
ond place In the contests, was chosen
president. James Hall . was chosen
vice-president, Mr. Bennlon visited
Umatilla ulso yesterday .ahd gave In
struction in judgfng to 10 boys who or
members of-the dairy club.. The boys
did practice Judging , The boys weigh
and test the milk from two cows for
six months and, keep a record of the
feed to determine the amount of profit
or loss on each cow. W. A. Rush is
the local leader.
Hcavor Cirts Tame
Pendleton bus an addition to its
"population," it has been discovered In
tho "person" of a daring beaver who
has taken up h's r sidence In the city.
The little animal Is doing work char
acteristic of his kind slong the Walt
ers mill race Just below the Main
street bridge across the river. He has
gnawed several small willows down
and of late has been working on a 12
Inoh cottonwood In front of Dr. J. H.
Sharp's residence. He has not com
pletely encircled the tree yet, but his
operations have taken. him. about two
thirds of tho way. around the tree.
There is a colony of beavers Just above
Pendloton, and another several miles
below the city, but this is the first
time one has been known to stop and
work within the city limits.
N'osp Operated I'pon.
Through a plastic operation, little
Jimmy Hunt, two year old Indian boy
whose uoso was bitten otr by a vici
ous dog, will not be badly- disfigur
ed. The surgery done by a local phy
sician reconstructed tho injured or
gan and whllo the nose will not be
perfect. It will practically proportion
ate to the rest of tho child's face. The
baby, because of his sunny dispositi
on, is a favorite at St. Anthony's hos
Veteran Makes Shawls.
Two shawls.' mude by Halley Pier
sol, Pendleton ex-service man who
was gassed during the war anil who
is now receiving hocpltal treatment In
Tacoma, are on. display ut The Peo
ples Warehouse. One shawl Is white
and the" other purple and both give
evidence of the skill used in their
making. The ex-service man sent the
shawls to the Hod Cross and this or
ganization will take orders for dupli
cates in any color to be mude by Mr.
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QUALITY PRINTING at Reasonahle Prices
East Oregonian Printing Department. V
MACK SENN KIT'S
Marit Vrevost in
JjsmoU Town Idol'
First Church of Christ, Scientist
of Pendleton, Oregon
A Free Lecture
on Christian Science
Dr. John M. Tutt, C. S. B.
of Kansas City, Mo.
Member of The Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church, The First
Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts
Friday, April 29, 8 p. m.
The Public is Cordially Invited to Attend