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DAILY EAST OE.EGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREOOH, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1921.
Social and Club News
C"Ni;ilT AT I.IIiKAIJY
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The Virlrohl ronrelt nt tht
1 Ihrm v will i'itifni'iir' hi thre,
I' lTiiiiTnw nfterm.on ni usual.
'milm of sel etlons fr. m
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mimic. r'ollnrt in:: t
M-nv Wt i .! Wlmli.01
(N'holiiii Nt w v mi'h'Mi
11 1'nhl'nie O W'.ine f;.n. illlla lTIit'11
Sweetest Maiden i Pm riiii Franks
- iiiiiiitM ii.iiin ;iu::i ; iH'lll
There! Who ;.'.! Therei tieraldine
Tamhourin ("hinois i Kre i.-I, r 1 Fritz
FniiKl ll.rt de Y.mentin -Antonio
I'agli.-i.rt Prolog li.lu.ilr AiAato
Pilgrim' Chorus from Tannhoiiser
iW'Hgner) Arthur Pryr's hand
Alila fW-tc Atiln (Vir.lt) i;torim:i ! folli
Mnrtinelll j , r
irisn Love Song Uinc.) Kruestitie
The Moon Props low Kherhart-Ou!-
mntit Janet Senoer
From tho Ijmd of the Sky Blue Water
K!i'rh;in-Cai!m.im Alma itlnek
Nocturne In r Flat ,iTt"iml Mis. h i
Phnnn , tt
Sor.lew here a Voice is Calling John
A Pieum - J.'hn MeCornuick (:
Ave M.uia (Maseani) John "Mo-
iN lon.i so M .l talre (Chopin) Vesclla s
MltS. '.IP.AT CH'iSKX
Oo'-ue W. tiray wita elected
president. 1. 1' the Lincoln Parent
Teacher Ass oointinn ata meeting held
vestcn'.iv at the school building. .Mrs.
tiny Wvrti k 'ivas chosen vice-president
:in.l Miss Florence Sweet was re-elected
sc. retat y- treasurer.
Fit he afternoon's program, tho
s liool urchcrtnt played a selection
and the fifth prade pupils sang "Star
wnson .MoNary rot-ted. ami
Vivian Wwriicr s;mg -The Modest Vio.
Algerian ljillaby," was sung by
dr-chled to draw on the association's!
treasury for miy sums needed fur de-j
iraymg the expenses of the ."Stale Par,
lit Toucher Association oonveiunn toi
be held here May II. 12 and 13. The
i.i.icolii p, T. A. will oli vin es, ate, I liy
seven delegates at the. conyeiitlon.
Ihcy have not yet hern. chosen.
C.v,'-X VKCTIXf! HKl.t
The lnln Missionary meeting yes
terday for which menilMiB of the!
Methodist Missionary Society were'
hostesses had for its topic "Amerlcanl
lution Anionic the Foreiuners of the
Pacit'ic Coast." Mis, John Secor.
I president of tho united societies, pre-
J Fach church society wh represented
in the program. Mrs. J. .McMhsioi's.
i of the Coimretfut'onal chtireh; Mrs, p.
i .1. HoBonian, of the Presbyterian
. WatchYour Health
improve with its use
ii tin ki it iii tLirt 1 1 .' i i ,.i
Mrs, Patton, of the Christian
I gnore urenlloh. and this nnmher I , ' T '-,, no""r ot. 1,18
ed hy a recitation In Claire Hak-.: . .V ";, . Tlr".?
r. other nnmlH-rs were: "tlolden-1 ,
tod.- frS l.v the f.f.h crade; FamO, ! .V'"""" "fh 'h, , Afnni" Mpl,"'ll8t
I'mm Corps." recitat.on hy 1. d,v S C " 1 ?f-
ler -A St, rv." sn.L- he 1 1 .., ,i. , .. 1 . '' """'Wtv, was stint
sutiK by Henrietta
rrndtnff, Kciith Rirthd:
Little Liimlw," by the fifth
1'wrinc the business meetins. it wns
P 1 A I It N ,s 1 o I'
SILK DRESSES $19.75 .
. GEORGETTE WAISTS $.vlo
SUITS AT SPECIAL PRICES
COATS AT SPECIAL PRICES
NEW SPORT SKIRTS
NEW! JERSEY SPORT JACKETS
iy .Mis. T. A. Wylie. Mrs. II. hU lnlow
and Mrs. Woodyard satti; a duet and
another duet was sung by Mrs. I L.
Andeisoii and Mrs. W. 3. crney. A
social hour was enjoyed later and ro
freshmcnts were nerved.
HAXt'B IS (HVFX
li and Mrs. M. S. Kern were hosts
, last nUht for an Informal dance nt
their home on Kiverdrive, the guest
iiumlierins foitrteen couples. A color
' scheme of blue and jtolil, harmonizing
, with the hanging in the Kern home,
j was used, with spring flowers and
Japunes,. lanterns carrying out th
j ulea. Later In the evemni; lei'tesii-
mt-nts M-ere served. The affair was
' the first in a series of card and danc
j Iiir parties at which Dr. and Mrs. Kern
j will entertain this season.
The Highest Standard of Quality.
Made and Botlled m NICE, FRANCE
FOR PEOPLE WHO Q!SG2J!VII!JATE
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3honea 28 Only 1 Quality the Beat
T n F. SHOP OF BETTER V A I, C F. S
i nsiTlNC X EXUI.AXD
I .XIr. Charles Quiniiey, of this city,
! who has boon vtsitliiif relatives in
l.uenos Aires, jtiid i.l a letter written
early In April to Mrs. John Hailoy that
she intended to sail for "Kngland April
-t. Mrs. Qulnney states, that her sis
ter has been very ill and that she has
been constantly at her bedside. Mrs.
Qninney planned to have Miss Sophie
Ijro. of this city, accompany her to
KiiBland. Miss Itfo went to South
America with Mrs. Quinney.
HOSTS Foil PARTY
Mr. mill Mm tijim Wj-ifrfet were
hosts last evening for a card party.
I loses and lilacs In charming profu
sion were used In decorating. High
score trophies were won by Mrs. Brace
and V. W. lUytoti. Kefreshinetits were
servoit by the hostess. Guests for tho
evening were Mr. and Mrs. Jlrace, Mr.
and Mis. L. M.'Al
I'ohnert, Mr. and Mis. 1'. W. LHiyton,
Miss Martha Johnson. J. K. Knltfht
and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Conroy.
WILL GIVE U NCHKOX
Mrs. L. (.'. Schan.f, Mrs. Fred Liett
allen and Mrs. Ij. M. Spanlding have
Issued invitations for a bridge lunch
eon tii be trivpn nevr W'erl ncsln v
(Jucsia have been asked to the home Mt'TOR TO MII.T. X.
of Mrs. Seharpf, 312 Martin street.
PAUTY IS CIVKX
In eelebrut'on of tho tonth birth
day of her sen, Stanley Wilfred Cox,
Mrs. W. H. Cox entertained last even
ing with u party for a group of boys
and girls at her home, 515 Hush
street. Tile yoting-ters spent the even
ing in games and later marched to the
iMning room where red tuid white
streamers, candy favors and red
candles made u setting for a large
white birthday cake. Guests were
Thelma . McCorniniaeh, ' June Eddy,
Grace .Mason, Kathryn Furnish, Mart
belle Huild, Marion Geiss, Iiaphna
llowUmd, Mary llowlund, Robert Mc-t'ormm.-u
h, Ralph Penlatid. Alma
Geiss. Kenneth P.tidd, Lloyd Caldwell
Edwin Averill and Clarence Ingram.
DELPHIAX CLFIt MEETS. . .
rr -ir mi-et m ot- Ute.'lM'lphianr HuU
yesterday at the home of Mrs. G. M. j
Hire, Provence, In Southeastern '
Frit nee, was the theme for ir.scusnloii. i
Aim. Laura Nash read a paper on the!
manners, customs and language of
tho Provence, and Mr Fred Llouullen 1
snoko on the battle songs sacred:
Mr. and Mrs. EiiiU I xoiikh and love songs of 1'rovencn. i
"Pierre Vida!" was the tuple chosen'
by A. M. Chrystall, and 'Flanienca" !
was the theme fi r a talk by Mrs. . I
W. Hyers. Miss Thelma Intpuls ung j
a nolo" with piano tiecomnanlment hy i
Miss Pauline Ilice, who played tin In- '
strumental solo also. Yellow puppies I
were attractively used its n decoration,
and during the soeial hour. Mrs, J. T. i
Richardson presided at the tea table.'
A group of Pendieton women who
A Wonderful Opportunity
. ',. r i
Each one the inspiration of a mastei'j. rincl executed
with a skill that amounts to Knius. Exquri-iitely plain or
wonderfully trimmed and drafted, they present the Paris
idea of the moment. Matterialu and colors comprise ail thi.i
season's showing. . ' .
Early selection is advised, for At the prices effcred,
they will go faster than the usual sale of garment!.
Til STFIVY IX POIITLAXU.
Mrs. Lyman Wen expects to leave i
socn for Portland where she will 1
spend the summer In the study of I .- - - - ' - -
voice. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Pinson who i
have been making their home at 1 1 I JL 1 1 1 I 111 II 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II II II 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M
Security apartments, will occupy thejfs 21
Ilice home on Ferkins avenue during s S
the summer. , S
ItETFRXS To PF.XDLKTOX.
Miss Xeva Hayes, who has been vis- j
iting with her brother in i-an Harna- '
d-no, California, has returned tu 1'en- I
of Easterner. t ,h '
dnv u-h.. ..h... ... ilrs. 11. U. Hayes of iiiverslde. .
They will return to Pendle
ton this evening, accompanied by Mrs.
Ida L'mbach. worthy grand matron
who will go to Umatilla tonight for
MEETIXf? POSTPfVNEIV .
The meeting of the Current Litera. t
ture Club has been postponed from ':
The No. 2C Autographic
j KODAK, JUNIOR
Equipped with Kodak Anastirrmat f. 7. 7. lens and
Kodak Ball Bearing Shutter.
Takes a picture 2 7-8 x 4 7-8 inches, almost a full post
1 . Jhe,Kodak Ba'l Bearing shutter has speeds of 1-23,
WO and 1-100 of a second, has the usual time and "bulh"
actions for prolonged exposures.
TV, a Tn nn T..: : i
i. ouiiiur t.s coverea witn genuine' t
leather, is finely finished in every detail, is extremely
THE PRICE IS $25.00
THOMPSON'S DRUG STORE
Bring3 a R&j or Hope to
Lowell, Mass. "I had anemia from
the time 1 was sixteen years old and
fj.iW'.'uii'W'ptii' inwas very irregular.
, , i ii A If I did any house-
ii cleaning or wasltinc
I would faint and
VI nave to be put to
lodge inietin,' and will then return to next VrMny to next Saturday. It will j
wtjbed. "mv boahfint
A thinking every min-
4 juie was my last.
ilAfter readinir vour
x t A text-book for women
took Lydia E.
i. j Pinkham's 'eeeta-
i ')bia Compound and
used the Sanative
Wash, and have never folt better than
I have the last two years. I can work,
eat, sleep, and feel as strong as can be.
Doctors told me I could never have
children X was too weak but after
taking Vegetable Compound it strength
ened me so I gave birth to an eight
pound boy. I was well all the time, did
all my work up to the last day, and had
a natural birth. Everybody who knew
me was surprised, and when they ask me
what made me strong I tell them with
great pleasure, ' I took Lydia E. Pink-
Those who went to Milton today
are Miss Kmily Mel'room. Mrs. Will
.MtCi.rmmi.oh. Airs. I.eota Prown, Mrs.
C. H. Conroy, Mrs. I, I t Temple, Mrs.
T. P. AVells, Mrs. !. K. Iliekeis Mrs.
Itoger Kay, Mrs Kr.inlc Saling' and
Mrs. Winn Johnso.
Sr.XSHi.VK CLUB MEF.T3
The Sunshine Cluh met last
Thursdav at the home of u.. iu
Wood of Athena. The afternoon was
silent in needle work. Carnations and
cherry blossoms wero used as a deco
ration. Kefieshments were Rerved by
the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Anton
Kraft of Pendleton. The next meeting
will bo at tho home, of Mrs. Dave
Miss Gertrude Wilson of Ponrfi..i,.n
and Chnrhl W. Itrown, of Krankltn
county, Washington, were united in
marriage this morning at the -Methodist
parsonage with ltev. John Hecor
officiating. The brido wore, an at-
iniejjvo frock of while. The noui.Ie i .,ri,.
-..I inane meir iiome In Franklin
be held in the cluh room of the county
library w.h Mrs. I. U. Temple ns hos. S
ten. . . . : ,
Ol'KST AT NFWQfilST HOME.'
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Xewquist ' hnvo
as their guest their grandson, Frank
Hellittger, of Iebanon.
UKTl'MX FROM PORTLAXD.
Mr, and Mrs. Cliarles Bond returrced
last night from Portland, where they
have been for the pant two weeks.
Model Cleaners & Tailors
Only good fjuality, only one price, only one
method of doing business. " 1
If you buy your next suit here it is a guarantee
it will be giving you good service and satisfaction
long after shoddy, jaddish" stuff is in the rag bag. f
If you make your money in Pendleton, spend
your money for home made products.
WE MAKE THE BEST.
Lester & Booher I
04 W. Webb
The' wheat market bows a' Iitfle
added strength today, May wheat clos
ing at $1.31 and July at $1.0 8. an In
crease of three-fourths ot a cent for
May and. for July , over yesterday'
MOTOU TO WALLA WALLA.
Among the Pendleton lieoule who
motored to Walla Walla last evening
to hear the Xew York J'hilharmonic
urcnestra were Mr. and Mrs. Earl
am's Vegetable ComDound and never
leit Detter in my UJe. Use this testi
monial at anv time." Mrs, Elizabeth
1 A't r U...IU C. T , II II ' . .
jm, is. ii.auui ot, uiwtu, mass, nawyer. Mr. and Mrs. Harry MeFar
Tms experience of Mrs. Smart is surely land, Carl Franseen and A. W. Lttn-
tit ,"vu"l""""rcl"IillluTI lwr xjyuitt r. oeii,
s t finknam s vegetable Compound. It ia
"'v a great many similar cases. WILL MOTrn nw
Mr. and Mrs. W A Uhodes and little
.o.i di.ij win leave Tuesday morning
ior a motor trijj to Mmenajinlis. They
will remain for six weeks as the guests
01 .urn. n nodes relatives,
Following are the quotations receiv
ed by Overheek & Cooke, local brok
Mny...$l.S0i,i $1.31 V; tl.i'i U.SI
lJuly 1.1)6 1.08 1.054 1.0R
QUALITY PRINTING at Reasonable Pr ices
East Oregonian Printing Departniciit"
TO VISIT .MISS WIXDKIt.
Jliss Haswl Atwood will leave this
,y,t j.a oranue to spend a
week or ten das as the guest of Miss
.III Ulll.J 1.11 o i iu
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REMEMBER! SALE LASTS RUT 3 DAYS LONGER.
7 i ?titi
: . LADIES ;
When Irregular or suppressed use
Triumph Fills. i?ufe and dependable
In all proper cases. Not sold at Drug
j Htores. Do not experiment with
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AddrHs: National Medical Institute,
others; save dlsttppointment. , Write
Che Mah, smallest man in th
world, has regular manslzedl
(roubles. Jie't euinn hi five-foot)
ivifo for divorce. He's 28 Inches
high, welghi 40 pound and ia a
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The Greatest Physician
Is Good Light'
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This cooler lies right next to the ice, between the
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water and refrigerating your foods. Can be used
with or without water bottle.
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saving Automatic? It's a wonderful refrigerator.
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