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DAILY EAST 0REG0N1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 2,1 1021.
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Special News of Umatilla Co. g
OUTBURSTS OF! EVERETT TRUE
Kt Cirertiinn Special!
BCH4. May r A silver tea given
for lhn benefit of the ladles Aid was
held at the h'inie of Mrs. 1-Ycrt Hrft,
Mr J C. Wattcnhiirger of Portland
arrived In Ihi, Thursday to visit for
Dr. H. C. Curry of Seattle spent
Wednesday at the Hold Bcho testing
ryw. He was accompanied by Mrs.
Mrn. Pauline ijr.ivelle a visitor
In Pendleton Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J Frank Spinning mo.
tored to Pendleton, Wednesday and
upon! 'he day In that city.
Mr. W. Paeon and nun, Pana,
will le:ive Saturday evening, for Es
tai aila. Oregon, to Join Mr. Hacon who
la running a garage there. Miss Evelyn
Hacon, who la attending high school
here, will remain until the clo.ie of
E. J. .Tuvenall to here from hL
farm east of Echo. Wednesday.
Mr. J. F. Spinning motored to Her
mision on business Friday.
Jim Haling of StanflcUl spent Thurs
day tn Echo.
Halph Stanfleld and wife who have
been in Portland for the past few days
returned home Thursday.
Two or three cases of mumps have
been reported among the smaller chil
dren. However, none are serious, and
It Is hoped that the disease will spread
no f irther.
The freshmen of the Echo high
school entertained the senior class)
with a very enjoyable evening In the
domestic science room of the old I
school house, Friday evening. j
W. J. Wattenlmrger returned home'
from Pendleton Wednesday where he
had been on grand Jury duty.
K. O. Xeill returned home from a
business trio to Idaho. Wednesday.
C R. Williams, proprietor of the
Bcho Hotel has taken over the man
agement of the dining room formerly
run by Kay Chin,
HAVE MAY DAY FETE
V.;KS TIT IS PKIt CENT.
1XRTLAND, May i. (A. P.) Jaa.
Crtchinn, the shipping board repre
sentative here, announced Saturday
afternoon he had received instruc
tions to put Into effect a 15 per cent
redueut;on in wages today and elimi
nate all overtime pay. He said he
would try to obtain non union crews
or tie up the vessels.
THE OLD HOME TOWN
THE UMBRELLA MAM SAYS IT WILL TAKE
ANOTHER HARD WflNtJSTWBM TO BRlftK
THIS SWtWGiS BUSE3S UP TO LAST YEARS.
THE UNFOLDING OF HAN
35 YEARS OLD
A nuin is at Ills best at 3S. He Is then well-develop-rl.
stroncr. enerjcllc, full of daring, and ready to
give battk-. If clowned, he gets up and goes on and
He luu) to make decisions and be In a position to
i-hooae the correct mad.. It in then that a systemat
ically kept-tip Saving Account In this, strong bank
. will turn the scales In his favor.
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' tJriS3S. 'Strongest Bank in Gostern Oregon" I
We will give a beauti
ful act of aluminum ware
to you with each range
The Wetco Value Range
the range with the twin
flue construction heats
the six holes equally at
once a great saving in
fuel guaranteed to do
. the baking of a stove twice
the price. Price $75.00.
See our combination gas, coal and wood range
Your old stove taken in at part payment on new
Cruikshank & Hampton
124-28 E. Webb Phone 548
Your Old rural lure Taken In Exchange Part Payment on New
Ktcluslte Agents In lcndlctnn for Aerolui So Whip) Porch
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(Kust Oregonian Special) '
nOAlU.MAX, May I. W, .M. Smith
assistant superintendent of public In-
Mruetlon, and .Mrs. Lena Snell Shurts,
county superintendent of .Morrow nrc
on an Inspection trip coverliiR the
1-igh schools of the county. Pine City,
1 -rigon uud Hnui-dman were liivoim
with calls on Thursday and lone and
Lexington on Friday. Mr. Smith will
tiNiress a school board convention at
Hep,)iicr on rnturday in the Inter )..!
of tCiu hoiV claries.
J. Walter .Meade of Nehalem, who
built the lloardmah teltphoue svs.
em. was in'Hoardman on Friday pi
company with l. O. McPherson who
has purchased .Mr. Meade's interests
and will locate In oard n.n to mud.
age the same. Improvements con
templuted are an extension tc- Irrliron
and mother long dista.Kc line out o.'
A community meelln in tho Inter
ests of the proposed ferrv .it Hoa -d-mun
is called for Satunl iv night. Thu
athletic association of the st'hool plan
to give a dance that same, night to
nise money to defray the expe.ue.4 or
-Mor.duv there will be :i M-iy 1ay
e'ei.-. cn at the school .n tn.- front
Uwn If t. weathe- perm : i, in ;ue
auditorium If otherwise.
OF E.O. AUTO CLUB
Tendleton, May i, 1921.
Columbia Highway (Pendleton to
Portland) Pendleton to Deschutes
river good gravel road. Deschutes to
The Dalles, take old road, fair condi
tion. Mosier to Hood River good, bal
Old Oregon Trail (Pendleton to
Huntington) Pendleton to La Grande
impassible at Kamela, owing to heavy
rains. All cars stalled. This stretch
will be passable in a week. La
Grande to Baker, fair, Baker to Hunt
ington, good, except small detours
where construction is proceeding.
Oregon-Washington . Highway
Walla Walla to Pendleton, paved ex
cept four miles, take detour. Pendle
ton to Pilot Uock good and fair. Pilot
Rock to Heppner fair dirt road. Hepp
ner. lone to Willows on Columbia
highway fair to good dirt roads.
Pendleton to Spokane Pendleton
to Walla Walla paved except four
miles take detour: Walla Walla to
Spokane fair to good by either Central
or Lyons ferries. Most cars going via
Lyons ferry and Rltxville.
Bingham Springs Road (Pendleton
to Bingham) Pendleton to Cayuse
good. Fair dirt road through to Bing
ham. Pendleton to Cold Springs By
Holilman or South Cold .Springs roads
Pendleton to Helix Ten miles pav
ed, leaving highway gravel and dirt
road good into Helix.
North and South Highway (Pen
dleton to Burns impassable. Good to
Pilot Rock; ;fair to Albee; bad to
I'kiali. No traffic farther.
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(East Cregonian Special.)
Vkiah, May 2 Rain fell all night
Tuesday, Wednesday and "Wednesday
pight, and the ground is now very soft
and plowing has been suspended and
the cheeks were as high as they have
been this spring.
L. G. Huston of Pilot Rock' who was
working at Uklah, was called home
Sunday light on account of the Ill
ness of his wife who wa staken to
Pendleton Monday and is still there
taking treatment for an abscess In the
George Caldwell has purchased the
drug store and pool hall from J. H.
Constants In I'kinh and will conduct
the business hereafter.
Louis Johnson formerly of Vklah,
but now of Freewater, was In Ifciah
Friday night on usiness. While here
he purchased a span of good young
horses from Ed Brehm.
J. H. Constants, former owner of
the Vklah drug store and pool hall of
l.'kiah, has purchased the general
al merchandise store at Hitter of Ed
Banks and will take charge soon.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Thrasher of
Xye visited Saturday and Sunday with
relatives in Vkiah.
Mrs. Jennie Moore left Monday for
Pilot Rock for"a few days visit with
her daughter. Mrs. William Sclby.
Billy McPherson and Felix Johnson
of Range were guests at the Uklnh
hotel Monday night on their way
heme with a bunch of registered cat
Mrs. Emma Lenx left for Pendl"tnn
Saturday to take the civil service ex
amination, returning Monday.
Jesse Hubert or Bridge creek was
In town Monday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Ganger, who
have spent the winter on the Lazinkn
ranch near . .ye, returned Tuesday to
their ranch here.
Charley Hynd and Bert McLaughlin
left Thursday for the Hynd ranch to
bring back the Hnyd Brothers cattle
to the range.
I O. Casce of Range was In town
the first of the week visiting his fam
Owing to the heavy rains, the stage
horses and coaches were pressed Into
service again Thursday morning.
Mrs. Elsie Mulkey of ' Rltter, who
has been visiting in Nevada for the
last month, returned Tuesday night on
her way home. While In Nevada she
located a desert claim at an elevation
ot J0O0 feet.
Miss Millie Andrus left for Pilot
Rock Monday to have a tooth extract
ed, returning Tuesday.
Tom WUloby of Bridle creek vis
ited with his daughter, Mrs. Clyde Hel
mlck, last week.
Father Butler of Pendleton visited
a few days this week at the homes of
J. H. Mettip and James Mossle.
George Ness left for Pendleton on
Thursday morning on business..
Walter Helmick made , a business
trip to Pilot Rock Sunday night, re
Mr. and Mrs. Granville lilan are
visiting in Uklah for a few days with
Mrs, Maggie Walker and family.
Mr. and Mr. Frank Chamberlain
left Wednesday for Pilot Rock and
Pendleton on business' and pleasure.
Miss Georgia Miller of Pendleton
has accepted a position as stenograph
er for the Peterson brothers.
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert McBoberta of
Eugene are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Mc Roberts of Vkiiih for a short
Mrs. J. D Kirk of Uklah. who is vis
iting at Racine, Wisconsin, writes to
friends that she will leave for home
about the first of May.
Henry Lazlnka and son Henry Jr.,
came up Tuesday from the Laxinka
Nye ranc hwith a bunch of cows and
calves. . - . "
Frank Hinkl of Pilot Rock has
been a' guest at the Vklah hotel forf
several days.. , i
Albert Peterson, who has a contract
of building 9 miles of fence, sept out
a load of supplies and five men from
Vklah Thursday morning. . ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Schlarbaum and
Mr. and Mrs. Chris. Sturm of Alba at
tended the baseball game in Vkiah
last Sunday. , . ... . .
All the. pupils of the. upper grades
received an average' 'above' 90 per
cent.ip spelling tor the month.' The
highest grades were: . Grace-Peterson,
1P0 pe Tcent:; Loreha" Ness;' 99 per
cent; Bsulah Moore, Sheldon Laur
ence and N'elUo Anderson,' 98 per
Grace Peterson, Nellie Anderson
and Lorena Ness received 10 per
cent in the spelling examination, an
Grace Peterson has also a perfect
record for three months in spelling.
Tassie Metzker is a new pupil In the
The following have received Palmer
method awards: Sheldon Lau ranee,
Grace Peterson, ami Nellie Anderson.
Progress pins, Russell, Beulah and
Ruth Moore, and Lorena Ness, Palm
er buttons.' ""
The following pupils will take the
state examinations In May: Eighth
grade, Nellie Anderson and Ruth
Moore. Seventh grade, Grace Peter
son, Lorena Ness, Maxwell Lenx and
Beulah' Moore. Sixth grade. , Sheldon
Laurance and. Beulah Moore, Sixth
grade, 'Sheldon Lauranca and Tassie
Those neither absent nor tardy dur
ing the last month were Reulah, Ruth
and Russell Moore. Grace and Ly.
man Peterson, Sheldon Lawance,
Maxwell- Lenx, Lorena Ness.' Esse!
ilbbs and Nellie Anderson. ' '-' '
Ersel Gibbs has finished ten book
reports. . -
Clean and Sanitary
Such should be the record of every establish
ment selling food to the public. You are en
titled to the protection against those business
houses that "do not keep things clean and sani
tary. The Table Supply has built a good busi
ness on the strength of our methods in business.
We are always open for inspection. If .it is a
clean, sanitary market you are looking for, you
cannot afford to overlook the Table Supply.
"THE TABLE SUPPLY
Phone 187 and 188 739 Main Street
U. S. INSPECTED MEATS
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
ABOUT THIS TIME OVYEAR.
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( HAVE TWO
We have an enrollment ot SO pupils
and have received 24 reading certifi
cates. Five members ot first grado
are not eligible.
The upper grades are contemplat
ing a welner roast In the near future.
' Fourteen pupils of the primary
room were neither absent or tardy,
namely: Rae Case, Ruby Case, Leila
Helmick, Clarence Huston. Ewing
Hynd, Edwin Laurance, Georgia Mar-'
tin, Leona Qlhbs, Leta Peterson, Clar
ence Powell, John Powell. Vlllle Walk.
re, I-Jmnia Walker and Aubrey idoora.
Iona Ulbbs and Emma Walker re
ceived reading certificates this month.
Clarence Huston made 10U per cent
in the yanguage test, also I nspelllng.
Clarence Powell made 100 per cent In
arithmetic. Leila Helmick and Leona
Gibbs miido 10 per rent In spelling
and all the pupils of the primary
grades made a perfect record In clean
ing teeth and finger nails, except one
little five year old who forgot his fin
ger nnlls twice.
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