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DAILY EAST OREG0NL4N, PENDLETON, OREGON,
FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 6, 1921
Social and Club News
nrni l-lis iii-M;i..;i ti:h.
till" I. T. V ! ! flirt. Ml I I-
deni ttf 'hi- I 'imhi ii'i mi ; iin' m m I'hib
nt 'i nil '-tit e i-ti'ii' i iifiiMii.'i.i' t;i
the lil'i'.-m i ln!i ii'mn mini- m,
chew-n Wfl-i Mrs. .1. 1 t:ii h-tin,
litft Vice president, Mrs. .laims .l.ll;.- i
Kerond wit' it esident ; Mis. 1 1..
Iii.t.'1't i. riM'ii! itiiii; siift;al, .V t: i. ,
.Mdttlll, IOM f'SjHITllllIU ('! 1 (' I 1. i' ,
Vis ,1. It. 1'ony trcisorer; Mis. .l-e
K. It. Ahlrioh pavo an Interestini;
;K mi ttii commission fi rm of rov
D'lii iil. l'.e explained the coninrs
mi Intf.i ami pointed out the various
l'lONKEK I.AHIKS MKKT.
i'be days of til It) IVinlk'trn are ro
oi.'li'il I .vhs Sharon, formerly of Hits
c.ty .ml one of the early pioneers, in
a Mter loieived by the 1'iomer Iji-
t'nv and '1 1
I) .liliitt is.
!vlsio:il ;noiram consisted of two
l-Vis'iu; siilns, " In n l.on Planted n
!:'." an. I "Wliii',. My t,araan Has
k.su.i." finiR by Miss Muriel Hnmp-
t .n with i;ann aceompa niment
M.ss Uu;h Hniainin.
Wli ti 111,
I ' C- .lent.
t hi .i nr. I- l
hll t first a
ii.it .1 loir ilc
t f m
il ..ff c,
I v ,11
a intt'i'rst timing
l . i n -vi llle scornik ol si
ff bread from local an.)
bakeries, rcsuilmi; 1 1 it .It
n loaf of l'cn.lli't .in broad,
points, was the best product. After
the jutlK-nv the nit'inhcis of ilit- clnh
i irfR.-.i- tin. O,iiuon Ilia! lire., 1 , A liroftlslon of frauranl
Port la ml
should Morr. liicht r than Nt n;;t of
po'.i.liKt inn points and that the lVn-
Hrton hoiiscw'tp is entitlf ' as so.M
a lonf as can bo Viasr... Trie onH'n
Kci.i also that consi.itTinp tht price .f
viia', hrpa.l should he lower than IT.
cents a loaf.
Dunn.; the luisinoss session, the chili
v.ite.l that one htin.lroil tlollars he ,lo
iiate.l to the f'.nitl tor furnishing the
lii'iary niitlitorinm. Community siiik
in a ot the "IVn.l'.i'ton Sl.njan." "l'eait
t fill Atnciita." and the trci,'oi! state
sonsf was id by Alios Alary Voo,yar.l.
Hostesses for the nfteinooii were
Mi-si Tlionns Haiiiiton, Airs. R. I.
Keator, Airs. J. B. AloCook. Airs. 11. I,.
Johnson Airs. W. r. Armintrom, Airs.
Al. S. Kern anil Airs. 1, A. Aid 'Untuck.
The i ilics c iuh Hiitl reail at their meet iiK
or T.tpi. a,.- afternoon In ;h lihiar
chili loimi, with Airs. I!. Rnymoml,
Alls, jl Rogers, A'.rs. J. Sloclitn u;
A! iv .'.l'..'iha Tt rney. Airs. Will In
gram. Airs. R Wells, Airs. J. H. I'arkes,
Mi i lUaheth Shllll. Mis. Kll.i X ilklll
st m am' .Mrs. Al. Al. Wyrlt k as hostess
es Airs. Sharon, who is S.', c:us chl,
la '.v ,cs:,ies In Pennsylvania lint she
has tt foiifotten the early days when
Pendleton was only a small yillase
containing but few residents, she was
l-'iidt- an honorary member of the
(liter numbers enjoyed at the club
tvr.i'.i.'i; rttis a talk by rolor.ei Charles
mien Furlong, who urse.l that
ally nrraiijied in baskets and In clus
ters, were used in decorating; the club
rooi.i ami the same lowers were used
at the tea table where Airs. K. J.
Kurchiil and Airs. i". s Tcrppiiing pre
sided during the tcrvins of refresh-ner.ts.
il O I'I'S I I' h T A IKS S II o
Taffetas, Georgettes and
Values ranging up to $33.00
Sizes 16, 18, 36, 33.
New Sport Skirts fust In.
'relics t-i' pioneer ilays hi prcNprvnl and
thitt Oto i-uriy historv of the O'ium'v be
rocordod. Plcasiiifr musical nunihoi
( "T.i'fii of l wo solos, "Tho Kitliiyj
JV'i't ." mill "Tlio Twins," sun liy Mrs.
j W. H. Mays, with piano acctuiiiJaiii
i m'iit ly Mrs. C. W. Phelps, mul tin n
! sM 'imprliil trio by It. Y. I letclu-r mivI
ichiUlrcn, lHll'te ami Florence Klt "h
MrR J T. Pt-rry was in h.irce nf
!tho procram and Mrs. Faker of the
'sorvin t-f i pfrt'hmenEs, lecorat iotl
el l.tvuitiful lilacs, tulips nmT narcissus
were used and -Mrs. J. l Snow and
Vis. FT. J. Hurt-hilt presiiled at the tea
New officers ot the Presbyterian
Missionary Society are president, Mrs.
.1. K Akiy; first vice president. Mrs.
H. K. Mel.tan; second ice president.
Mrs. Jessie Hiestand; recording secre
tary, Mis. Myrtle deist: corresponding
secretary treasurer, Mrs. S. K. Nord
hoff of Milton; secretary edtication,
Mrs. J, V. Maleney:; swrotary of lit
erature, N!is. S. Poardman, of Poard
nan. ;WsTminster 'Inild and jmini;
I ei pies secretary. Mrs. H .1. MeT.ean.
n Tu stlay evening members of
Metft man chapter were hosieses in
It tif Mi-j Pintphor T inn of Pnrf. !
and prominent In the work f I he
tTian chiiti-h, and Miss Helen
!,;r uni.ri, Miperituinb nt of th llar
Icmi tv.unty Cnmmimiiy IJfo school.
j i 'it edi.esoay, the '.wo visitors ad- I
drt:-nl the loeal society, during an all J
(i iv conference held at tre church, j
Luncheon was served at notm and 'h
uriclin- was o; decided interest. j
Home Cooked Food
LADIES OF THE METHODIST CHURCH
Lartivst, most complete stock of high grade
Groceries, Fresh Fruits and VegetaVles
in Eastern Oregon. f
Right Prices Fair Dealing
Bring us your Eggs and Butter
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phones 28 Only 1 Quality the Best
Women Run Kansas Town
OF BETTER V.
I, V E S
We deliver' free anywhere in city limits.
CHICK FEED, SCRATCH FOOD
ALFALFA SEED ,
OATS, BARLEY, FEED CORN
CALF MEAL, LAMB MEAL
UMATILLA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
1300 W. Alta
Mrs. Margaret Hoover was chosen
president of the Missionary Society of
the Christian chnrth at the meeting
held yesterday with Mrs. Manuei
Friedly as hjostess. Mrs. Record was
chosen vice-president; Mis. J. K
Sharp, secretary, Mrs. C. A. Patton !
trcasurerer; Mrs. Karl Williams, li-J
brarian; Mrs. Frank Oreulich. literary!
secretary and Mrs. Margaret Hoover,
junior supervisor. j
For a short program, Mrs. Georze
Wallace conducted the Bible Study
and Mrs. Harvey MeFherson read a
paper. The members joined in the
singing of several.sones.
Cl.Vn HAS MEETING
Mrs. lister Foyd, Mrs. W. A. Gress
man and Mrs. H. If. DeHart were hos
tesses last evening for a meeting of the
Who's Who and Why Club, which was
held in the reception rooms of the
church. Games and music -were en
joyed during the evening and later re
freshments were served. Wild flow
ers were pleasing as a decorative note.
Harvey McPhersnn has been chosen
president of the club and Mr. Holmes
RECITAL TO RE GIVEN
Miss Barbara Edmunds, p'pi of
Mrs. Charles E. Heard, ass:sted by
Miss Wilma Wade, pupil of Mrs. S. H.
Forshaw. will be presented in recital
on Monday evening at 8:15 in the
Presbyterian chuich. Miss Edmunds
Sh a talented young pianist and Miss
Wade is possessed of a sweet soprano
H w " I )
I-ot One Beautiful line of Georgettes and Crepe
tie Chine, blouses all beautifully made to sell at pri
ces that will please everybody . $5.8-
Lot Two The new white waist for spring and
summer are wonderfully attractive in style and ma
terial, at the same time being very reasonable in
price. Dainty voiles and batistes, manv of them ela
borately trimmed. This lot $2.50 and $2.95
Women akmo run the town of Thayer, Kas. They were elected lastJ
fall and hare Just taken office. Mrs. A. H. Forest (center is inuyor Tho
others, all councilwomen, are: upper left, Mrs. Ualsy Savage; lower k'ft,
Mrs. Ina Craig; right, reading down. Miss Alice UimU'ruwii. Mrs. Eunice
Rash and Mrs. Iva Cross. '
voice. Roth musicians
prtmi.e and friends art
their appearance in reeii
ed food sale tomorrow at Gray's groc
ery. The sab- will open at 10 a. m.
PAXrr; TO RE GIVEN
Active members and alumnae of the
Rhoenix Club wMl entertain with n
dancing party t morrow eening at the
: fate hospital a udi!oriu in.
MISS WILLIAMS H; N' "tKO
Miss Marjorie Williams, whoo en
gfiirement to )or.;.ld Uo!nori was re
cently announced, was hinmrcd yf-tor-day
at a. luncheon for which her sister
Mrs. Benjamin j. Humuighs, w:is
hostess at her home on east Jackson j MR-. TFMRRE TO RE HOSTESS
street. Tulips in coral shades, used I I. V. Temple will be hostess for
with brul.J wreath. wtTi ebavmiiiirly j a meeting of the Current Literature
used as a cent'Tpb'ee and covers 'w ore ! chib tonmrron afternoon at the librarv
laid for sixt -n.
.'RS. HAYS EXTE'ItT.UNS.
Mrs. Alice r,. Hay wa,j hosters tlrs !
ift Trunin tor an informal party in
ho.:..r of : l rs. W. J. Rerzcr and Mrs.
Collins, visitors in Rentl!-ton. Guests
were inviied tv the honir cr rdi. tl-
laic F(,:im. 'Satigbler of Mr. JUys. Hi
boors wre sprnt in sf .ving and bitc j
refreshments were served. Jbos and f
narcissus w re prettily used in c?peo- j
Saturday, May 7
One day only, the lnggc.-t shoe bargain
ever offered to Pendleton people.
Women's jrcnuine liand turn, black satin
one strap pumps, full Louis heel.
day's selling at per pair
All sizes and widths.
Thip isi rheumatism of the muscles
of the back. It comes on suddenly find
is fjuite painful. Bvery movement ag
gravates the disease. ;o to bed, keep
quiet and have Chamberlain's Imm
inent applied and a quick recovery
may be expected. Mrs. F. J. Dunn,
Brockport, X. Y.. writes: -I can hon
estly say that Chamberlain's Liniment!
cured mo of lumbago a year ago last
summer. hen I be'an usin it, I,
was flat on my bark in bed and could
not turn to the left or right. I had a
bottle o,f Chamberlain's Liniment In
the house and this was applied to my
back. It promptly drove away the
pains and aches."
This Is a very dangerous disrase,
particularly to children under five
years of age, but when no paregoric,
(odeine or other opiate is Ktven, is eas
ily cured by giving Chamberlain's
Cough Kemedy. Most people believe
that it mufct run its course, not know
ing that the time is very much short
ened, and that there is little danger
from the disease when this remedy is
given. It has been used in many epi
demics of whooping cough, with pron
ounced success. It l safe and pleas
ant to take.
KtllH of Constipation
Perhaps the most serious of the dis
eases caused by constipation is appen
dicitis. If you would aviod this dan
Kerous disease, keep yot;r bowels regu
lar. Kor this purpose Chamberlain's
i Tablets are excellent, easy to take and
mild and p?m!e In effect.
liaintx rlajr-'s Tulilits arc Mild mill
c;mtlr hi Kfr.--t
The laxative effect of Chamberlain's
Tablets is so mild and gentle that you
ean hnrdlv realive thiit it hits been
j WKDDIXi, IS sm.K.MXIZKn
i Miss Lndon.'t M. Mynn the bride of
I ituvmond J. Star k a" a certnonv at tho
Christian church r sterday afternoon
with Rev. W. A. ",rcssma'i of;iciating.
Mr. and Mrs. u. K. Rockwell aitVnderl
the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Stack will
make their home at McKay.
SAI.K Tfl r.B WVA.T)
Tlie Foreign Missionary Society of
the Methodist church will hobl a c,ok-
I.'iS AXCKI.KS. .May f,. (V. I'.)
Sn-.ea homes in the fashionable Wil
Miiro ilistrict ar-e without roofs ay the
res'ilt of rbe v'sil of a small typical
The little ci.,l,,ne hit the district
when- m.'iny of tho city's elite and
members of the motion picture colony
lho. Xo one 'Was seriously injured.
The roof of the A. E. Meeker home
was carried away late at night while a
nu rry party was In progress, the rain
pouring in to the dining room, drench
ing the guests wilh h"avy losses to
their party gowns.
Vest Pocket Kodak
Small enough to wear
Pictures, 1 5-8 x 2 1-2 inches
New goods from the Kodak City are no sooner in
troduced than you find them here.
For example, the new camera in the V. P. K. size
the focusing model of the Vest Pocket . Kodak
Special is ready for your inspection.
It is a splendid picture-maker in every way. The
lens is Kodak Anastigmat f.G,9 that means speed
and sharpness. Through a distinctive focusing ar
rangement, the Kodak may be brought in sharp
focus with the subject only three feet away that
means "close ups" with the regular lens equipment.
, PRICE, $21.00
And of course there are the other models of the V.
P. K. at $8.00 to $21.00.
QUALITY PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
East Orcgonian Printing Department
A Picnic For Two
COLD SPRINGS HALL
Saturday. May 7
Good Music Good Eats
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Step Inside for a
Nice ice-cold drink
Ji &';lr 1 hmi) I
Little Margaret j'etcrg ol riumiy nniuea r.anen isiauu. mh vui-h.
! divided her glass of milk with Toby the lamb of I'nwpci t Par1', ilrooklvu.
' -when rark Commlaeloner Harman took her and !M other hildn n (ron.
i4 Island for a day's outing. As far as Margaret urnl the lun.b wvi"
co(icrod It vu " plcoie Just (or two."
We are demonstrating the porcelain-lined water
cooler in the famous Automatic Refrigerator.
This cooler lies right next to the ice, between the
food and ice compartments. Requires no extra
space or ice. Your ice does double duty, cooling your
water and refrigerating your foods. Can be used
with or without water bottle.
Have you seen the food-saving, ice-saving, health
saving Automatic? It's a wonderful refrigerator.
103 E. COl'UT ST.