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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING. MAY 9, 1921.
Social mid Club Neivs
OFFICIAL I'MJ, M.MH:.
Thr rffi. inl all f.ir the !lst annual
ronveiubm (if tin- iK"ii Federation
of Women' Clubs to be held here May
.71, .lime 1, 2 and 3. has boon sent cut
l.i cluliM iMncn iiicr I he entire slate.
Tbe oi Pt I 111 of Wi'J'K as HUKKested In
the Htnte and rlubs i." presented under
the heading of r departments, as fol
low: Aim i Iran nt iv.enship, applied
((1 urat Ion, fine art, legislation, pres.
nun piiniicny, nn.i iniiuic weiiare. , Kn-hairt Liwrrarp. Miss F.dna Mur
Oreeon elub women's attention Is'phv. Charles McLean and Byron
railed partii ularly id ehild welfare. Warner.
Mm, Fred Kehllke .f li Grande Is ! t
( Itiilrni.in Tor this stair. 1,...
j.MifM .. mus llOXi KKI),
Miss Helen Van Nus of Portland.
' SiaK'-;' nanus were used for the plarelThey are Mrs John Montgomery, Mrs.
e n ds ai h table centered by lirilliaut j Ge use Stunsler, Mis. K. F. Avetill.
ted tulips As a courtesy to Miss St. Mrs. J.'C. Snow, Mis Guy W'yiick.
I'eter the students pres tiled her with .Mrs. ;md ,uu ,rs. I A. McGlintocU.
an allr.utive t;ifl. j
Tln.se present at the affair
ri.VH HAS MKKTING.
St. I'eter, Miss Kllth Snow Shir.
lev H.vel, Miss Knuly Dohnerl, Miss' of ""'' "",n usual Interest was a
.Marguerite Humphrey, Arthur Fran- i n,''1"K of the Current Literature club
Kuni. Millard Kennedy, Claude Snow, '""''y afternoon in the coiiniy
Miss Irva Dale, Frederick ltohrman, ' wl,n 'empie as nos-
At the rnnvenli
tess, the occasion marking the final j
meeting of the year ill the club calen
dar. The subject for the afternoon was I
"American Fiction." and the theme I
n, ten minutes will j '", , 1 ! W!1S developed by Sirs. Geor.ue Clark,
be allowed for the reports of si.mdiim . . v,l1. 1 ortland. i who gave a criticism of tierpescheimer 1
r. mmlttees. iw i. Kiimvn ami ivhn has vis- Uml n review of one of his books,!
Hcsololions wiil be read and acted ln ( ,"ll!l'1"11 the home of her Linda Condon;;" Mrs. t S. Jerard. j
upon eaih day. All resolutions must " " -'er. nas neen who reviewed Hooth TarkinKton's
be In the hands of the Resolutions "'"""''t'M for ilie office of president "Turmoi!," and Mrs. Thomas VatiRhan
committee before noon Wednesday. , "'"'' s lasue at Whitman Col-(who nave a rcsdinK from "Gray
All officers 1el Bales or alternates ! leR''- Sh wi" hp '"''l'lsed In the j Dawn," by White. lMcasins musical
and chairmen of standme committees I ",m-"- election. .Miss tan Miyg Is ni numbers included solos by Mrs. Will
will lie nrnvide.l with room. , nimilii r or Kai Konpa Ramnu mv
breakfasts bv the hosiess clubs rOM'V vic-.-rcil.Mit of the ram
! pus Y. V. C. A.
MWF.rt IS G1VF.V.
Miss Ada Si. I'eter,
mKLKGATK.S AllE NAMED.
coach for the The Lincoln I 'arent Teacher Asqo.
Junior play. "Green Sto kincs." pre-jciation has chosen the fnllowini; dele
wented recently at the hish school, and Rates for the State V. T. A. conven
memliers of the oast, enjoyed a din- tion to be held here Wednesday,
ner Saturday evening at the Wistaria. Thursday and Friday of this week.
ii o i" i , i m r a i ii s ii o v
First Presentation of
SIDOIER TIME FROCKS
ti. Menuett ami Mrs. James HUI.
Dunns' the business session, Mrs. (
Xorborne Herkeley. n-tiriiiK pivsident, ;
Save a report showing tlie achieve- i
nients of the club (iurhiff the past '
year, .Mrs. Perkeley, .Mrs. VaiiKlian,
.Mrs. J. C. Snow and .Mrs. .leranl J
were elected as delegates to the state J
convention of the Oregon Federation:
of Women's clubs to be held here
May 31, June 1, and .1. The club Is
planning a picnic which will be held ;
next week if the weather is fair.
The club rooms were beautifully
decorated with a profusion of lovely
dopwood blossoms. Scotch broom and
trilliums, the whole color effect 'beintr
exceptionally eha.rmin.ir. During the
social hour Mrs. Nancy DeSpain and
Mrs .J, K, Kmvhill presided at the tea
table and the hostess was assisted in
serving by Mrs. Charles Uond and Mrs.
New officers of th club for the en
suing year are Mrs. Snow, president;
Mrs. Vatighan, vice president, Mrs. Je
rard, secretary, and Mrs. Welch, treas
urer, while the retiring officers are
Mrs. Berkeley, president; ;Mrs. Snow,
vice president. Miss Peth Smith, sec
retary and Mrs. James Welch, treasurer.
Fresh Ranch Butter
2 pounds, full weight Mc
5 Pounds Best Lard $1.25
Carnation Shortning-, 5 pounds 75c
Corn, can : 15c
Tomatoes, can 15c
Teas, can 20c
Lima Beans, pound 7c
Salted Peanuts, 3 pounds 50c
Washing Powder, large package 2fc
Cold Dust, 20 packages $1.00
Stanf ield Cheese, pounds 45c
Canyon Milk, 8 cans $1.00
Caroline, it whips, 8 cans $1.00
Laundry Soap, white or brown, 18 bars $1.00
Toilet Soap, 20 bars $1.00
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phones 28 Only 1 Quality the Best
homo of Mrs. C. if. Conroy, 6 T John
son street, tomorrow ariornoon.
Radiant in their exhilarating atmos
phere of youth and refreshing in their
smart simplicity are these original cre
ations of ORGANDIE, IMPORTED
SWISSES AND FRENCH VOILE.
NEW GRADUATION DRESSES
THE SHOP OF BETTER VAICF.S
We deliver free anywhere in city limits.
CHICK FEED, SCRxVTCH FOOD
OATS, BARLEY, FEED CORN
CALF MEAL, LAMB MEAL
MISS TEMPLE P.ETmXS.
Miss Vera Temple returned this"
morning after a three months' visit
in the Philippines. Japan and Ohin.i.
Miss Temple, who accompanied Mrs.
George Perincer on the trip, spent a
short time in Eugene on her way
home. Mrs. Peringer returning here
LITTLE DAPGHTER NAMED.
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Rudolph Hannler has been namei'
Mary Marguerite. The new arrival
which weiRhed six and a half pounds,
was born at St. Anthony's hospi'a on
Friday, -Mrs. Tannler's birthday.
SrEXD SU.VDAY AT SPRINGS
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hoyden and Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Raley were hosts yes-
terday at dinner for a number of j
suests at the Iioyden cabin near Rin'- j
ham Springs. The suests motored to
the cabin and spent the day.
MEETING IS POSTPONED
A meeting of the Rebeknh Club,
planned for Thursday, May 12. has
been postponed to the evening of May
25. hecausc of the Parent Teacher
Association convention to be held here
May 1 1, 12 and IS.
MRS. SEIGLE DEPARTS.
Mrs. Melissa Seigle, a guest yester
day at the home of her brother. P. T.
Beltz, left this morning for Lewislor,
Idaho, where she will visit before re
turning to her home tn California.
D. A. R.'s TO MEET
The members of the Daughters of
the Revbliition will meet tomorrow
evening at the home of Mrs. Oeorse
Hartman with Mrs. Harlman and Mrs.
O. E. Holt as hostesses.
MISS COLFSWORT11Y HONORED.
Miss Margaret Coleswoi thy, former
ly of this city, received a distinctive
honor recently at I'niversity of Cali
fornia where she is a student. She
was ofi'eied a scholarship, carrying a
fund of five hundred dollars, at It.id
cliffe, faun , is as an educational Insti
tution. M'ss Colesworihy has not yet
decided whether or not she will ac
cept the scholarship. Her parents,
Mr. and .Mrs. C. F. Colesworthy, who
now reside in California, are planum
to motor to Rcrkeley to attend com
mencement as Miss Colesworthy will
be graduated at fliat time. Joseph
Colesworthy Is now In Philadelphia
taking a three months' professional
course in ctrical engineering.
ON WAY To HOSTO.N
Dr.'and Mrs. It. c. McDanlel, of
Portland, who are well known to Pen
fi'eton people, are on their way to
Boston for a six weeks stay, according
lu word received by Pendleton friends.
MRS. MARIN IS HOSTESS.
-Mrs. J, C. -Marin entertained with
lan informal sewing party i n Saturday
at her home. Guests were Mrs. George
Whipple, Mrs. Frank Erwin, Mrs.
Floyd Estep and Mrs. Frank McNally.
MISS JENKINS RETPRNS.
Miss Esther Jenkins, who with het
sister. Miss Hazel Jenkins, has been
attending business college in Puttland,
air.ved in Pendleton Saturday for a
ten days' visit.
contest tomorrow night.
A siner medal contest will be given
tomorrow night at the Presbyterian
church under the auspices of the Wo
men's christian Temperance I'nion.
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
Take Aspirin only aM told In each
package of genuine Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin. Then you will be following
the directions uml dosage worked out
by physicians during I'l years, and
proved safe by millions. Take no
chances with substitutes. If you see
the payer Cross on tablets, you can
take them without fear for Colds,
Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism,
Kararhe, Toothache, Lumbago and for
Pain. Handy tin Boxes of twelve tab
lets cost few cents. Druggists also
sell larger packages. Aspirin Is the
trade mark of Payer Manufacture of
Monoacetlcacidcster of Salleyllcacid.
TIIOSK TltOt Itl.KKOMK TLIES
HIGH GRADE SUITS COATS AND
Special Priced for Next Week.
A large assortment of Jersey Suits and Spring Coats,
values to $55.00, special $23.93
We have a large assortment of plaid and striped wool
Skirts and Jersey Jackets.
GIRLS' FRIENDLY To .MEET.
Members of the Girls' Friendly
cietv, upper division, will meet
Wednesday at the rectory of
church of the Redeemer.
MOTOR TO BINGHAM
-Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Woodworth, Miss
Helen Huntley. Miss Georgia Fletcher,
Donald Woodworth and Gus Burgy
motored to Ftinzham Springs yesterday
and spent the day.
RETCRN FROM SPOKANE
Mr. and Mrs. Ed'win Schiller have
returned from :"po.ane where they
spent t few days visiting Mr. Schil
MISS HfDLETT VISITS
J iss Jessie Hudlett, of ili.ro, Ore
gon, is a guest at t lie home of her sis
ter, Mrs. G. E. Hunter.
tZ-L M Age Bu-in'J
I SvtIMMIK.' '
VISITORS IN CiTY
itr. and Mrs. Claude IIar.s"om were
in from their home near Cold Springs
UIIILLA FLOOR & GRAIN CO.
MRS GRAY DEPARTS.
Mrs. Charles Gray departed this
morning for Poise, Idaho, where she
wiil spend two weeks visiting friends.
BPS Y BEES TO MEET
The Busy Pees will
ish Mall Thursday evening for dele
gates at the Stale Parent Teacher As
sociation convention. The dinner is
lor the benefit of the church.
DANCE IS ENJOY El i
Several scores of young people en
joyed a dunce given by Pboenlx Club
members on Saturday evening at
State Hospital auditorium.
Vest Pocket Kodak
Small enough to wear
Tictures, 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 .0,9 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.
And of course there are the other models of the V.
P. K. at $8.00 to $21.00.
THE PENDLETON DRUG CO.
CHAPTER To .MEET I
Bushee Chapter. No. 10, Order of;
tho Eastern Star, will meet tomorrow
evening. .MISS WRIGHT DEPARTS.
I Miss Caroline Wright departed to
.Hit.-, uaki hR DKI'APTS day lor her home in Albany, after
itrs. Charles H. Carter left today for visit, at the home of her sister, .Mrs,
Seattle, where she will spend a week. ( Fred Doneit.
QUALITY PRINTING at Reasonable Prices-;
East Oregonian Printing Department.
1300 V. Alta
Service to You
Our sen-ice to you means the proper fitting of
shoes, the correct styles to wear in season. Shoes
that will give service, colors to match the gown or
These are yours, and you are entitled to this ser
vice, insist on it and you won't make us mad.
give you that touch of
distinctiveness that no
other shoe does. They
fit; they wear.
.Seattle, where she will snend a week. Fred lloiiei-t II
morning for Poise, Idaho, where she j . I
III.V.M.K III III-; dhllVKI), j V ISITOR IN CITY. Ill
Young matrons and maids or the! Mrs. ('has. Ilrownl'ield Is here from III
IChurcb of the llfilneittfr I'.iriuh to I., i !,,. I.. .-..I f.. r i ..... i.-lll
The Busy Pees will meet at the charge of a dinner to be riven In I :i r- llor.kimr fl..r 1,0,. i..,i.',..u .. r'..i.. Ill
Step Inside for a
Nice ice-cold drink
To match the shoe.
Insures you of correct
hosiery and gives you
Y lift rgrD-M
i mm fw
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.
Not 8inee the tally jart of th war have photoi;rar hs lbc till of the ianiouu. Biff Three" of Germany
corn to th? United Kiatei. The group was soaped In full Imperial regall at the fune'ul of the oriuer
KjiUeiUi at I'uutdniii. LaU U rlih;, Aimuid vgu TlrlU, tieneiul von KuiUcnbure, Ueneral X-Licudoil.
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