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DAILY EAST OEEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1921.
Social and Club News
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Follow m,; is the program:
J-i M.trx'Miai .Vii.'.iia I Air of
lYarirrt .of.;t's Unci.
Th iiihoii( r Manli (W.iHii. ri Sousa's
A hllil k prayer ( l'r.iii.l.m-H.m.Ul)
1 a nest Inc rVh u n i a n n -1 1 c i r, k .
Cavallcrin Kullrana. Sicilians (Thy
lips like crimson l mi's i (Masmg-
nll Enrko Caruso.
Minuet (i iUlcii wnkl i (pp. H, No. 1,
Victor Herbert's on hcstr.i.
Vi n t :xin l.o.- Shir t Ki helN-i t Xcvin
'i tor Herbert s i.ithi'Mia.
Asleep in the 1 )-.p Iimb-Pc trie)
Wiliri t llonn.
: kill in the t "i-.T.i lo of ihe Peep (.1.
J'. K nil-)" Willird ;lcnn.
Hungarian nhapy"d, No. 2 Part 1)
iKruiii Liszt Vesi-elia's Italian
llun-'urlan Rhapsody. No. ; (Tart 2)
(Kranj l.bzt i Viwlau Italian
Carry Jlf Park lo old Yiiginny
(.lamed I i.Tiui i Alma Cluck ami
Han.to Feng (Howard Weedcn-Pidney
IIoiiht, Op. No. ) Mme. Homer
and Miss Ixolise Homer.
KiKolrtto '"araphrase dp concert
V eidi-LjfcXl ) All red Cortot.
(II Moment Muskale cs.hnbcrt
(21 feunoiitirin lmeau-Krcr?ler
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KKftTAI. To UK (11VKN.
Ti talented young musician. Miss
N.ubara Pdnuinds and Miss Wilma
Wade, hiv to be ini-sciiled in recital
.Momla lAcmng hi (lip Presbyterian
ehutvh. :IKs Kdmunds is lht pinno
pupil of Mrs. Charles Heard and Miss
W.i.lc is studying mi-.it umtcr Mm. 8.
II. I 'orshn . 1-ullowing is (lie pro
Fantasia in C Haydn
I H;rbara Kdmunds
Veil nanc e Krlml
j F.arbara F.dmuiuU
I Tho Sandman' Ttrahms
The Life of a Kose. . l.lza I.ehinann
Infolding, Juno Rapture, Tho
Hoc. levers in the Uine, Sura
mcr Storm, Hose Leaves,
Valse Chromatic Oodard
Witches' 1'anre MacIoveII
May Sour Slater
Polonaise C Minor
and carried tint n oltir kohen o of I
pink and white. The hostesi served'
dainty refreshments. j
Guests were, Mrs. K. l'as:iiii eo. i
Mrs, C. A. Johnson, Mrs. Will Vieier-i
sou. Mrs. (it'oi'iic Kdmunds, Mis. A.I
Nyslrom. Mrs. Knoch I'earsou. Mis. '
C. K. Williamson. Airs. i;ichanl I ; u it -kin,
.Mrs, ('. Carlson. Mi. C. i!wuti-
son. Mm. J, Jiudd. Miss lla.-.el ("as-1
tuidy, MIm llessle Ne.vs, Miss laitira
Johnson, Miss .el In Johnson. Mi.-vs
Marion Johnson, Helen and Clayton
Jir.s. cvtAWFoitn hostkss.
Mrs. W. (. Craword was hostess
yesterday afternoon for an Informal
lmrty at her home. Games and
t-nessini; contests were a diversion.
Mrs. (teorge Kdmunds and Mrs. Will
Anderson winning prizes in the lut-
'' Klowers were used In decorating
lilitTHDAT IS CEI.KCR.VTKD.
The third birthday anniversury of
little Marjorie Tryon was celebrated I
es(ordiy at the home ofjier parents. I
Mr. and .Mrs, Jess Tryon, 60S Lewis I
street. Games were enjoyed dcflns !
the hours of the afternoon, and later j
refreshments weer served. The little'
guests were Hetty l'.emboldt. Annette!
Akers. Marnuerite Shaver, Marian
Draper, Marjorie Nicholla, Emily I
Woodatie, Ida lloesch, Maxine Haear. I
iJamc Slangier, Jack Stangier, Kdgar
Draper, Harlan Despain and Kuiil !
. jOeist. Grown-ups who were addltlon
1 al guests were Mrs. William Koesch,
Jr.. Ml4. t 'l..h..U M.. T IT '
luddt. Mrs H McLean and .Mrs. j
"As an Aid to Digestion
Let's Talk Prosperity"
! 'We are living in the best country in lhcWorW,
and have many things to be thankful for, so let's
us pet our shoulder to the wheel and all pull to
gethiT. "PROGRESS WITH PENDLETON"
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phones 28 Only 1 Quality the Best
li O I 1 ' S I J
Taffetas, Georgettes and
Values ranging up to $35.00
Sizes 16, 18, 36, 38.
New Sport Skirts Just In.
t n F S H o
r OF BEIT K It A' A L
r i: s
that Baby Needs
toward hea.'th or comfort and you
. may frcl ture tlat do matter how
small the purclu, tliere is always
and Don't Forget
Johnson's Baby Powder
ha so rmr.y uses in tlie nursery.
This powdrr is the very best for
lender tmvand is made in a world
All Baby Food
We also have a good
assortment of Baby
Eooks. Keep a record
for your baby.
THOMPSON'S DRUG STORE
CT.fH HAS MKETINn
Members of the Spizzorlnktum Cluli
enjoyed a meeting? yesterday afternoon
at the home, of Mrs. Anna Xnsh. A
color scheme of green and white was
carried out in the decorations, white
fleur-de-lis alid lilies-or-the-vallev be-
! iiiR used with a profusion of ferns. Tie-
sides chili members, Mrs. Harris was
an additional guest. The next meet
inn of the club will lie at the home of
Mrs. Elmer MoOoimmach. -with Mrs.
McCormmach. Mrs. Jess Hale, Mrs. A.
T. Perkins and Mrs. Shepherd as hos
tesses, GVKKTS AT TRTOV HOME.
ilr. and Mrs. Jess Tryon will have
as their guests on Monday Mrs. Ida
liandlen. mother of Mr. Tryon, and
Mrs. Adah Kramer, of Coeur d'Alene.
Idaho. Mrs. liandlen is state super
visor of the Hoyal Neighbors of Am
erica. Phe recently returned from
Long Beach, California, and ,is en
route to a national meeting of the
Royal Neighbors at Cleveland. Ohio.
Twenty-two supreme office and 3 JO
delegates will attend the meeting-.
UT.SI.KT HASSELL, WEDS
Pendleton friends are receiving an
nouncement of tho marriaKe of Miss
Pauline CJreen, of Seattle, and Wesley
Hassell, formerly of Pendleton, in
battle on Wednesday, May 4. Miss
Green is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles H. Green. Mr. Hassell is the
son of Mrs. Martha Hassell of Pendle
ton and attended school here, later
serving in the United States Navy. The
couple will make their home, in Seattle.
Unti.s to sixes.
j The t'niversity of Oreeon Girls
jGlee Club, of which Miss Vasliti Hos
I kins and Miss Margaret Phelps of
j Pendleton are members, will appear In
j concert at the Heilipr theater in Port
land May IS. The club sang In Pen
j dlelon recently.
MISS DILLS IS GUEST
Miss Margaret Dills, instructor in
dramatic expression at Columbia Col
lege, arrived this morning to spend
the week-end as the guest of Mrs.
David E. Hill.
Championship Stadium Started
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HIGH GRADE SUITS COATS AND
Special Priced for Next Week.
A large assortment of Jersey Suits and Spring' Coats,
values to ?55.0( special $23.95
We have a large assortment of plaid and striped wool
Skirts and Jersey Jackets.
Tex Rickard, promoter of tho IXmpeoy Ctrpentier champlonthlB
bout, turned the flr-t "upadc" of dirt ns work on the big amphitheater at
Boyle's Thirty Acreu, Jersey f!lty, wan startrd. It la auch a big Job
providing Beats for upwards of 00,000 ipctatora that a horse drawn
"spade" waa used, as the picture shows.
CHILD TRAINING AT HOME
TWO STATES AT WORK
This is No. 30- of the fourth scries
of articles issued by the .National Kin
dergarten Association. S West 4uth
Street, .Vow York City. They arc ap
pearing weekly In these columns.
Liviiu; With the Children
UY MAHY E. ELY
"Oh, listen, little Dear-my-Soul,
To the fairy voices calling,
For the moon is high in the misty sky
And the honey-dew is falling."
The fairy voices thut called to us in
our chydhond are still callin? to th
onies of words, thoughts and rhymes
have sprung. When the ear become
acetif.tomed to the best language, a
taste is formed for good literature, tho
h.'st protection against lu.ioh of ths
poor trash which periodically floods
We deliver free anywhere in city limits.
CHICK FEED, SCRATCH FOOD
OATS, BARLEY, FEED CORN
CALF MEAL, LAMB MEAL
UMATILLA FLOUR I GRAIN CO,
1300 W. Alta
I At a conference in Portland rever
sal days ago between State Engineer
Percy Cupper, State Hydraulic Engi
; neer Marvin Chase of Washington, J.
I H. Lewis, former Oregon stale engi
neer, W. I. P.oise and .y. C. Urowncll
!of the Umatilla Kaplds Power Site as
sociation plans were perfected for ob
taining a detailed report on the pro
ject. Jn obtaining this data John H.
Lewis will be in active charge of the!
work but the report will be compiled
jointly by the engineering depart
ments of the two states. It Is esti
mated the work will cost JMOn and
of llil,s sum the power site association
pays $ino, while $400 will be obtained
from the state Engineer's off fee and
Mr. Chase has promised to secure a
'like sum from Washington if possible.
While in Portland the engineers
were entertained by the officers of
the Portland chamber of commerce
and Mr. Voise who has writen to
Judge O. W. Phelps regarding the
meting, believes that considerable
progress was made towards further
enlisting the support of the state of
Washington in connection with the.
To establish a bureau for good lit
erature in every home would do away
with the necessity of "Hettir Speech
Week." It would be a life asset and
ihe rightful inheritance of every am-
I ei ican-born child.
ihildren of today, but in the midst of I 1 iononmg noons give a good
the turmoil and the unsettled eondi-1 var,cti' of I1"" f"r children of all
lions which surround .them, these finer !aSs: I'lnafore Palace, by K. I. Wig
voices are more difficult to hear. 1 Km 'inr " fmith. published by
It is for the parents and teachers I '"i"'leflay 1'iige & Co., Oarden City,
to realize that this atmosphere of tin-j x- Y-: TllP P"' ItinK, Uy K. I). Wig-
rest has a decided effect upon the life 8'n and A. Smith, published by
of the children and that It Is stunting ! """bleuay P;ii;e & Co., Garden City
;v v.; Trt
PLEASURE CAR AND TRUCK
Garden and Water Sts. Phone 177
; ' Formerly
Oldfield & Peterfon
H.XIITS f.F.T I.AIKMO IvfKJT.
CHA.NDLlC'P.vaLLK, Ills., .May 7.
(U. P.) liandiU robbed the peoples
stale bank of f 50,001 In cash and lib
led;,' bonds. They blew the vault with
IT. N. T. and escaped.
1 IVKSTfH K IS STKADV.
Pi-IlTLANiJ, May 7. (A. P.)
L! vest i cl: Is steady and butterand eggs
I to their development.
Let us seek inspiration so that W'e
may be the guides, the leaders of our
little people. We, who through ex
perience of life know the facts, must
also fed the thrills, for it is through
our vision that the little child awaits
the rare chance of being led to that
priceless treasure, tho Fairy Cold of
Where do we go for our inspira
tions? Sometimes to the poets, "who
sing of brooks of blossoms, birds atid
bowers, of dew:i and rains ami lonely
The repetition of familiar nursery
rhymes arid pongs rl-eates an intimacy
between mothers and young children
which is verv close and dear. Such
rhymes as "This little pig went to
market," a cock horne," and
"Itock-a-lye-1 : iy," have made thou
sands of little children happy, sinco
laughter, song1 and play combine in
the strong bond of love.
Tli"n why is Hps bond not continued
as the chilil grows older? Me is ready
and eager for intimacy with his moth
er and is delighted to have her amplify
his experiences. I'lifnituna-tely her
knowledge of poetry b- too often limit
ed to Mother 'loose and she does not
realize that ch!ldrn tu -..1 poetry and
rhythm long nfter they h;ive passed
the M' thcr Ib.oee stat-'e.
Then, nre many delightful rhymes
and poi rnM about animals, flowers,
birds and Ihe seasors which we may
bring to the children and it is Into the
home I hat we should bring them for
that Is where poetic feeling should
have iis beginning. The school room
alone c. timet give the inspiration from
whieli ihe-ie e Aires!ons. theme hnrm-
Home Hook of Verse for
Young Folks, by R R. Stevenson, pub
lished by Henry Holt & Co., Xew York
city: Sinst Song, by Christina ,'tossettl,
published by The .MarMUIan Co., New
York City; The Golden Staircase, Jiy
L. Chisholm. published by G. p. Put
nam's Cons, Xew York City.
Two Vomits lOilist
Willie Waffle Avers, of Pendleton,
and Clarence o. Westmoreland, of
Ch-irloite. North Carolina, who has
been here for a short time, enlisted
t.diy In the I nited States Marines.
They will l-ave tonight for Portland
to take their final exaniinations for
the service. The vouths signed up'
with Corporal Shelbv Alloway, who is t MM M MW M M t i W MMM IM
st:ii innr-d :it A'arp (Manil nn who t Q
CARL GUI0TT WINS
GOLD MEDAL IN ONE
MILE BICYCLE RACE
Carl Guiott won the gold medal that
was awarded for first honors in the
mile bicycle race that was run this
morning at P.otibd-Lj) park In the card
of events staged b tho Pendleton
Cycle and Supply Co. The silver med
al was given to Francis ireulich, win
ner of second place, anil Trlece Per
kins got the bronze medal as third
Fourteen cyclists entered .in the
three events and the races werenter
esting. Today's card was the second
annual raco that han been staged In
Pendleton. Medals were furnished
by the national organization of manu
facturers. In the finarlor-niile and half-mile
races Carl Nelson and Theodore Cane
meyer took ay the honors and "prizes.
Xelson won first in both events. I(i:i
prize in the cpiarler was a largo bike
saddle and a long distance born was
given C.iseineyer. A small bike sad
dle and a horn were awarded for the
half, the prizes being donated by the
Pendleton Cycle Co.
Hart man Iong w as In charge of the
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Nice icefcold drink
Hjiondin a furlouirh hr-ro. Tie
ri '-urn to M;i re Island on Monday.
.Mis. IJ;iilrn Ar(tHM.
Mi.-s 'oiistanri? ll;iydn, who l-ft
IVit'lt-H'm recently to vinit f riftidn i nd
: rtlativf-r in I'oiff, Idrilto, h-fire roinj?
j to J'orH:in!, haH thn-lrtpd to rfnain at
the Idaho t:rital and na ao ptl u
jjiOHition in tliP Hat drpnrtnu'nt of
ifr-e Lunau of tnrojrance. SIimh JIv
'den wan formpiiy fniployed fn buM-
iu hm ( ir Irs ln'o and watt also promi-
acut in lode woric
Union Hall Payant's Oreheslra
Some Danee All Welcome
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.
CRAWFORD FURNITURE CO
i os e. comr st.