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DAILY EAST OHEQONIAK. PENDLETON. OREGON, THURSDAY ETOfflO, MAY 13. 1021.
Social and Club News
, MIS?! COHD.Mtn VKIS.
' Miss Anno (ioddnrd nml Herbert
I MiKiiili y Keeii, both of I hi cily, wore
milled in murmur yesterday afternoon
iv Justice .! II. Parkes. Miss Unit
f A I V
ISoth she ami lOreiron.
AITK.MIH IN I1W1TAI.
of liiinn-rt to ihe I'rndleton friend
of Mr, r. ('. Freeman, of ltig r.iwy.
Wyoming, formerly Mlw Hnn.fl
Yrtmu of Ivmllcti.n, is the fullnning
fruin The Kcinmer. r Itrpuhlli un:
Al the Parent -Tenrliers' nicetiiih; at
the hlnh school auditorium last Friday
pvrnliiK. Mm. F. (i. Freeman gave a
mutlcal recital, never equaled in Lin
coln county. Mrs. Freeman s a gifted .
musician, having spent throe curs un.
dT instructions from Kgon l'trl at
Jtrrlln, also havlnn done considerable :
vmhU with i; nlowsky, the world's man- '
lor i l 1 1 1 1 mi . i
Mr. Freeman's audience was vtryi
appreciative, as It is seldom that an :
opportunity presents 'itself to heurj
such tin artist.
J! 1K (il'KST HONOKKIV
ilonoilng her house guest, Mrs. John
Mcl.a u hlin of Ynktm.i, Washington. Jilss cwiiiist's sister. Mrs. John Ks
Mrs. I'lojd Kvten was a charming hos- jrors, t .nests for the affair were Miss
tess eMirdy afternoon at her home i u..o:i Kord. Miss Planch ik-nsel. Miss
nt r 1 3 I.llleth street The moms were j liable Hmsel, Mr. and Mrs. John Eg
ilecor.iieil In yellow lupine and lilies tern, : lid Mr. and Mrs. A. Thomas.
it Hie valley, while the tea table was I
centered with a largo bouquet of red ! PAST PP.KSMKXTS HKItK.
tiilns. The afternoon was pleasantly Two past presidents of the State
spent v ith needlework and conversa- I iiivm Teacher Association are in
Scores of Pendleton people attended
the reception given last night tit the
county library In honor of the visit
ing delegates to tae state convention
I- i hi
aril formerlv resided In Host on and Is of the Parent Toucher Association of
i l-i lliniitiK the ceremony, which was
! attended by oniy immediate friends
; nml relatives, a wedding supper was
piven by Wesley lieed. father of the
inwm. S'r. and Mrs. Heed will make
their home in Pendleton.
ilSS XKWvlUST HOXOKKl).
Miss Kth. I Xewiiuist was honored at
a "surprise party last evening at ner
homo. Tun Aura s:reet. (tames were
enjoyed during the evening and later
refreshments were served, the feature
of the menu being a birthday cuke,
decorated in candles, and presented by
tlon a lid later a dainty luncheon was
Fervid. The guess asked to meet
Mrs I-aughlm were Mrs. Paul Cal
lison. Mrs. Lloyd Haskell Mrs. Frank
Kruln ei.il .Mrs. Kmett Collins.
Pendleton for the convention. They
ar-' Mrs,, A. X. Kelts, who speaks this
afternoon on "l". S. 'Government," and
Mrs. IVira H. Schllke. a member of the
e .vive.it ion committee.
The program, which opened after
the invocation by Hev. V. H. Cox,
Included talks by Mrs. ( V. Hay-hui-st,
state president; Mrs. Anna Head
president of the Portland Grade
iToaehors Association; Mrs. J. F. Hill,
j president of tho Portland council:
i.Mrs. W. 1. McXiiry. of this city and
; (tool Re Hart man, nuiyor of PeniUe
;ton. Hecause of Illness, Mrs. 1 u il
jO. Meant, national vice-president, is
unable to attend the convention. !e
I light ful musical numbers were riven
by the high school-, orchestra, nml
Mrs. Maude I. Woodynril und Mrs. H.
K. Inlow each sang a pleasing nolo.
As a charming courtesy, Mrs. Hay
hurst was presented with a string or
pearls, the gift of the various stuto as
sociations. The presentation was
made by Mrs. W. J. Hawkins of Port
land, r.oth Mrs. Hayhurst and Mrs.
Hill wore beautiful corsage bouiiuets
of orchids und roses, presented by the
Following the program, a social
hour was enjoyed in the library club I
room, where punch was served bv - - -
Mrs. L. M. Spalding and Miss lleth iiiotiiiiiv cvi .khijaTkii
Sllllth. I I,, ... ,.,!,,. I', ,111,. i.nnd
This evenins the presidents of the!, ,i,.!,i,i,' nt i'r ..nrt Mrs' Hnnrv
associations of the state will be suests ' roll'lns. is celel.ratlnir her birthday an-
Badly brewed coffee made East Orange man
throw percolator at wife's head.
BUT WHY WAS THE HUSBAND
Right Coffee is one of men's rights.
The kind of brewing somebody should be ar
rested for has no excuse.
Nothing like this will happen in Pendleton if
you use Chase & Sanborn's and Imperial
brand high grade coffee.
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NOTWITHSTANDING BAD TIMES
We Are Still in Business
Trade at Home
We need your business. Do not send to Portland,
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and we pay taxes in Umatilla county.
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UMATILLA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
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at a dinner at Parish hall.
C.fKST IS 1IONOKK1).
Mrs. F. M. lone. who is the house
Buest of XI ra. 1 C. Teterson. was the
honoree yesterday for a party at which
Deffree of Honor members were
Bursts of Mrs. Peterson and Mrs. C
K. Williamson, ut the Peterson home
on Perkins avenue. Twenty-five
Ituests were present and the hours
were spent in chatting and needle
work. A pretty color scheme was
carried out in clusters of lavender Iris
and lilacs, and later'ln the afternoon
refreshments were .nerved -by the hostesses.
: Collins, is crlehratln
I nlversiiry today and is hostess for
thirty-six little maids and men, who
are accompanied by their mothers.
Lilacs and hyacinths decorate the
rooms of the Collins home where
trames are the feature of the after
noon. Later refreshments. Including
a hiB birthday cake, are to he served
and each wco guest will receive a t-vor.
Mis. GcorRO W. Gray, president of
the Parent Teacher Association of
Lincoln school, was hostess today nt
a lnniheon for Mrs. C. W. Hnyhurst;
president of the state association, Mrs.
H .1 F. Hill of the Portland Council.
MISS JOHNSON TO WED. Mrs. A. N. Felts, past president of the
The wedding of Miss Harrietts state association, Mrs. 1. M. Walker of
Johnson, of Portland, formerly of this ! R,.hnUi.-WHlkpr rtnsiness Collece. and
city, and Frederick Lestoe, of Port
land, will be solemnized in Portland
on Saturday at the home of Mrs. K. J.
Hurke, Miss Johnston's aunt. Mits
Johnson Is a niece of Mrs. J. V. Robin
son of this city and the engagement
was announced recently in Pendleton
at a luncheon for which Mrs. Hobin-
son and Mrs, James Welch were hos
DINNER IS THIS EVENING.
One hundred and twenty-five guests
will be present at the dinner this eve
ning at Parish Hall, in honor of the
presidents of the Parent-Teacher As
sociations of Oregon. The dinner is
given as a part of the social program
for the convention and will be served
by the younger matrons and maids of
the l'arish House Guild.
Mrs. W. R. Vyrick, of Pendleton,
chairman of tho convention commit
tee. GCESTS IN PENDLETON.
Mrs. W. li. V. Dodson of Portland,
is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Lou's Cruikshank. Mrs. Dodson is the
president of the Richmond Parent
Teacher Association and is here as h
representative of that society. She Is
the wife of the secretary of tho Port
land Chamber of Commerce. Mrs.
John H. Richardson is also' a guest
from Portland in the Cruikshank
RETl'RN FROM PORTLAND.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Suhl return
nlcd by their daughter, Miss Alvenu
MISS GATES TO DEPART.
Pendleton friends of Miss Edna
Gates are regretting her proposed de
parture for Portland where she will
spend the summer. Miss Gates, who
spent the winter in Pejidelton, has
..... ni.iim:niin( In mitaionl nn. at. Mill
from Portland accompa- .;, . ,nPM.,..r ,,f the choir nf
the Church of tho Redeemer. Miss
Suhl, who has been attending Unive.r
sity of California at llerkeley, and
' i Gates plans to leave for Portland on
INGROWN TOE NAIL
TURNS OUT ITSELF
A noted authority says that a few
drops of "Outirro" upon the skin sur
rounding the ingrowing nail reduces
inflammation and pain and so tough-'
ens the tender, sensitive skin under
neath the toe nail, that It can not pene.
trate the flesh, and the nail turns nat
urally outward almost over night.
"Outgro" Is a harmless, antiseptic
manufactured for chiropodists. How.
ever, anyone con get from the drug
store a tiny bottle containing direc-tions.
THE BOOK SHELF
XKW ROOKS OV UIOGILVPUY AT
TllH tXH XTY IJLJUIAKY.
Creel War, the World and Wilson.
Mr. Creel tells why Roosevelt was
not given to go to France, why Gener
al Wood was kept at home, why a co-
alitlon cabinet was not
President Wilson wrote
Miss Elma Suhl, who
graduated from HilU
WILL MEET TONIGHT.
The Patriarch Militant
tonight at I. O. O. K hall.
WILL ENTERTAIN CU B.
Members of the Jolly Nine will be
guest.i of Mrs. M. A. Ferguson this
evening at her home, 112 Jefferson QELEGATE
rious cities of the United States and WILL
the evening promises to be a very et
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EVENING IS ENJOYED
The drill team o" the Commandery
and their ladies enjoyed a party last
evening in Masonic hall. Dancing and
cards were the diversion of tho even
ing and later refreshments were serv
ed. Lilacs and snowballs were used In
Gl'Ef-TS IX CITV
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Sheppard 'if
Spokane, Washington, are in the city
as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Sheppard are
en route to their home after spcndln-r j
the past four months in Scotland.
TW'NS ARE TSORN.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stamey arc th
purt'iUN of twins, a boy and a girl, born i
last evening at tho home of Mrs.
Stanley's sister, Mrs. L. D. Idleman. '
EiK.h of the new arrivals weighs six J
LONELY, LONESOME MAN
AT P. T. A.
A lonely, lonesome man is J.
G. Swan, of Eugene, the one
male delegate to the State Par-
ent Teacher Association conven-
tlon. Surrounded by scores and
scads and groups and gatherings
of ladies, ho presents a picture
of "When a Feller Needs a
At the urgent request of Mr.
Swan, an S. O. 8. was sent to
Portland today for another hc-
delegate, who will arrive tomor-
row as a representative of the
Rose City park school.
In the same frank manner, he dis
cusses the failures and achievements
of the American war machine, points
vividly and dramatically the clash of
selfish interests in Paris, and analyzes
the Peace Treaty In a chapter that Is
a masterpiece of clear thinking and
splendid presentation. There are bril
liant character studies of Lloyd
George. Clcmenceau. Orlando and
Sonnlno. The Shantung question and
tho Adriatic tangle are discussed from
the vantage ground of Intimate knowl
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Husband Americans by Adoption,
Iliographical sketches of famous
foreign-born Americans whose lives
were symbols of the best citizenship.
At a time when the spirit of America
Is so seriously challenged, the story of
such achievements is an inspiration
not only to those who cherish the
Ideals for which America stands, but
to all forelgn-bnm citizens who will
henceforth call this country "home."
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been recently proclaimed a saint hy
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CUT. TO MEET.
The Thimble Club of the Neighbors
of Woodc raft will meet tomorrow af
ternoon at 30U Thompson street.
UKI.PHIAN cn.l'H TO MEET
The Delphian Club will meet bimor
row afternoon at the home of Mrs. L.
Wheat dropped in price today, May
wheat closing at $1.43 and July at
JI.15. Yesterday May wheat closed at
Jl.il and July at $ 1 . 1 6 . Following
me the quotations received by Over-
beck & Cooke,
1.44 ',4 1.42
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under the power of his enemy, the
Englfsh, and tho peasants and towns
people had little chance to live nt all.
With misery and horror about her on
all sides, Joan of Arc bocame worried
about the future of her country, and
then, a vision came to her. and she
knew that she had been appointed by
God to save Fram'c. Mrs. Richards
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ence with the new young king, how
ho gave her power to command his
troops, and how Orleans was ' finally
saved from the English. Then follow
tho events which led to the brave and
sainted maiden's undoing at the hands
of France's enemy. Joun of Arc has
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