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DAILY EAST 0REG0N1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
MONDAY EVENING, MAY 1C, 1021.
Special News of Umatilla Co.
.OUTBURSTS OF. EVERETT TRUE
.oughly on Joed the evening nnd hope
for morf good times like It goon.
I Mr. K. r. At hey, mother of M. C
Athey, editor of tho Herald, died at
her home In Portland Thursday even-
jlng. Mr. Athey loft for Portland the
same dny hut did not arrive there un-
til after her death.
II. Alexander of Pendleton was in
(Ksl nrogonlan Si.erii.l i llermiston Monday looking after bus.
IlFTItMISTDX. -May 1.-The weineress Imoreata and visiting with his
roust heM at the Bungalow Auditor!- 'daughter. Mrs. K p. Dodd
uh Thursday evening was a huge sue- Mr. Anna Athev 'l visiting rein
cess. Between five and six hundred Uvea at Moscow. Idaho
people gathered there to upend the There will he an "old fashioned
evening. Several mork trials, potato ' dam e at the Auditorium Saturday
ra.--. wring chewing raeea. article j night, May 21st, for the benefit of the
tares, etc., helped pass the time away (Columbia Community Pomer i .,-!
and caused much laughter. .Miss Ma- will he given for the best old-fashion-bet
Urown areompanted by Mrs. Cor-1 ed costume. The music will be fur
I ell sans two solos, several number I nlshed by the Stanfleld Orchestra and
were rendered by the ladies quartet, supper will be served free by the Co
whlch was composed of Mrs. W. W. lnmbia ladies, famed for ti.eir bo.,..
The member of the Study Club en
Joyed a delightful ".Mothers' Pay".
party on Tuesday afternoon, Kiich I
mcmtier Invited a "mother" a her
guest to attend the regular meeting at
me nome of Mrs. w. U Blessing. The
rooms were brightly decorated with a
riot of spring flower with white and
red colors predominating. Mrs. It. B.
spencer sang a solo entitled "Old
I-oiks nt Home." At the close of the
afternoon delicious refreshments were
served hy Hie hostess.
Illslcy, Mrs. Correll. Mrs. H. R. Kings
ley and Mrs. J. K. Shot well. The
male tp'artet composed of Harry
Straw. Dr. F. V. Prime. A. V. Adam
son and Mr. Scroggs sang several clev
tty songs. The high school orchestra
played several times during the even
ing. Pellciou refreshment were
served In the hall, welners, bun,
doughnuts, pi, kles and coffee compil
ed the lunch. After aupper the or
chestra played and everyone danced
and threw confetti. Everyone thor-
Tuesday' Walla Walla rtulletin con
tains the announcement of the ap
pointment of C. F. Morrow as post
master of Walla Walla. Mr. Morrow
was a resident of Hermlston for a
number of years, coming here from
Springfield, III., and is known to most
of the older settler here. He was at
one time cashier of the Hermistnn
Bank and Trust company and inter
sted in Innd holdings under the West-'
ern Ijtnd and Irrigation company.
THE OLD HOME TOWN.
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IWN STREET THREE HOURS BEWXIe
TME CiRKX'5 PKflA.DE WAS SCMPOUt-EP 231
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The Safety Deport Vault of the American National
Rank is protected much like Vncle Sum's navy lxwits,
linctl with Chronic Steel all around, thus making H as
ncarl burglar-proof as such vaults can he made.
ISesiilcs It is const rtHted to effectively resist fire nnd
the elements. '
A slot ago box. In this exceptionally strong vault cm
Ie rented at a cost of lens than ONE CKXT a day.
Hie AmericariNational Bank
'Strongest Sank in Cast era. Oregon'
(East Oregnnian Special.)
PILOT ROCK, May 16. Mrs. U V.
Macken entertained Friday afternoon,
May g in honor of her son Lawrence's
sixth birthday. Thriteen little folk
were present and enjoyed games and
Ice cream and cake during the after
noon. They were Max and Hubert
Carnea, Oleta, Irvln and Raymond
Horn, Paul Groves, Lawrence and
Jean Macken, Louise and Jack Mil
ler, Jimmle and Mary Truman and
On Saturday evening May II. a spe
cial picture, "The Life of the Party,"
will be presented In Canes hall. This
show is being put on by the Pilot Rock
commercial association and the pro
ceeds will go toward improving the
city park. Admission will be 75c for
adults and 25 cent for children.
C. W. Depuy who underwent an ope.
ration for appendicitis recently at St.
Anthony's Hospital arrived home Sat
urday. Mrs.' Levi Etridge has been quite
sick at the home of her daughter Mrs.
Grover Pound in Pendleton.
A son was born Friday May 8 at St.
Anthony's hospital to Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Paul Agidius and son Jimmle
returned Friday from a visit with rela.
tives at The Dalles.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Reck have mov
ed Into the residence recently vacated
by the Macken family.
C. J. Miller was a business visitor to
Mrs. John Royer and Mrs. Carl Stu
art have been elected delegates to the
Grand Lodge convention in Albany
and left Sunday.
Somewhere near sixty children be
tween the ages of six months and six
years were examined at the baby con
ference held here Thursday and Fri
day at the community church inder
the direction of Mrs Edith Van Deu
sen. A number who had registered
were unable to attend.
Dr. HI A. Schneider Is expecting
visit In the near future from two of his
sisters. Misses Eva and Elberta Schnei
der, graduate nurses of Portland.
Charles Horn, Xewt Royer and C.
W. I'aulus were fishing on Bear creek
Miss Bonnie DeVaul and Mrs. Storm
of Portland will arrive in Pilot Rock
soon to spend the summer here with
their father Dr. Oscar De Vaul and
sister Miss Helen Devaul.
Fred Hascall was a business visitor
Those who met at the church for
.choir rehersal Friday evening were
Mrs. Jean Kirkpatrick, Mrs. W. C.
Stanley. Will Kidwell, W. A. Gilliam,
V. D. Ragan, C. W. Paulus and Mr.
and Mrs. J. O. Russell.
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loor Old Furniture Taken In d change Part Payment on New
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(East Oregonian Special.)
ATHELVA, May 16. The Lmapine
high school baseball team was defeat
ed Friday afternoon at Athena by the
Athena high school team, 6 to 4.
J. F. Herr and O .H. Reeder were
Walla Av'alla visitors Saturday even
Joe Bannister of Stanfield was In
the city Thursday.
The Pure Food Grocery Store was
entered Thursday evening or early
Friday morning and the till of the
cash register was rifled of $12.45 in
change. Entrance was gained by
breaking the glass of the front door
entrance. An unsuccessful attempt
was also made to gain entrance to the
Athena department store.
Miss Bessie Andrews was a Pendle
ton visitor Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Proudflt and
daughter Mary were In Weston Friday
C. L. McFadden attended the, con
vention of druggists in Seattle last
Mrs. Jack Chapin was In the city
from Weston Wednesday.
Sam Spencer was a visitor in Pen
Miss Fay Muir of Portland Is visit
inr at tho home of Mrs. W. K. Wall
line: Mrs. Charles Dudley.
The Eaccalaureate services for the
graduating class of the Athena high
school were held Sunday at 11a. in.
ir. tho Christian church. The Bacca
laureate address was given by Rev.
I.cllen of Walla Walla.
Mr. .in" Mrs. E. A. Dudley have re
turned from California where they
bpent the winter.
O. II. Reeder was a visitor in Pen
Two cleanup days have been an-
iiounceu for Athena. One by the Civte
Club on next Friday, May 17, in the
City irk. The business houses and
store will be closed from 10 a. m. un
:!l 1 p. m. At noon a picnic dinner
v ill be tnjoyed by the workers. Wed
nesday, May 25, has been set aside by
.Mayor Earrctt for a cleanup of the
ntri'et", vacant lots and alleys. j
PIi'I.t Murphy was a Pendleton vis
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Stewart were
visitors in Walla Walla Tuesday even
ing. Mrs. Ellylott of Walla Walla is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dnvld
Chris Thoeny was In the city from
The Athena high school commence
ment exercises will he held on Friday
evening nay z'nn, in tne nign st-nooi
graduating class are: Miss Edna
Pinkerton, Miss Hilda Dk-kcrson, and
Miss Mildred Winship.
Mr. and Mrs. Theo Danner of Mil
ton, who have been visiting Mrs. l)an
ner'a sisters, Mrs. W. K. Wall and
Mrs. Charles Dudley, left Thursday for
Portland where they will make their
Jack Chapin was in the city from
Weston Saturday. "
h! I. Watts, Richard Thompson,
Sam Pambrun and F. S. Le llrow left
Sunday for Salmon river on a hunting
trip for two weeks.
S. S. Hint was a visitor in Pendle
The teachers of the Athena school
and the high school students spent the
day at Bingham Springs Saturday.
M. L. Caskey of Denver, has arriv
ed in the city and will visit his daugh
ter, Mrs. F. K. Russell, during the
Misic week i ii:vi:k
DENVER, May 16. (V. 1'.) All
Denver, Is whistling, humming or
singing, wherever possible, this week
Denver's Music Week.
Beginning today, thirty-four sepa
rate types of concerts will be given In
the city auditorium, the civic center,
churches, theatres and clubs. High
school orchestras and glee chilis, ani'i
tour nnd professional musicians and
community choruses will combine to
make this Denver's most tuneful week.
Community singing will be held In
factories, stores, city fire stations, mu
sic stores and charitable Institutions.
A municipal chorus of 300 will sing
".Martha" two night at the city auditorium.
Mrs. Lilla Kirk left Saturday
Albany where she will attend the
grand lodge of the Rebekahs.
Mrs. Josephine Belt was a Pendle
A good patronage was given the
circus which appeared in Athena Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gross nnd Mr.
and Mrs. George Thompson left Sun
day for Albany where -Mr. and -Mrs.
Gross will attend the grand lodge of i
the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs. Mr.
and Mrs. Thompson will visit friends!
at Brownsville. !
Dick Winship left Friday for Salem I
where he will visit his father, .William i
Winship, for a few days.
A Louisiana negro convicted of mur
der in the first degree, will serve a
life imprisonment sentence instead of
hanging. The sheriff forgot the date'
of the execution and the board of par-1
dons contended that the negro's life
had been placed In Jeopardy once and
commuted the sentence to life imprisonment.
A meeting of the W. C. T. V. wa:
held Wednesday afternoon at the;
home of Mrs. F. Ei Russell. I
Members of the Etude Club met at
the Ix.me of Mrs. W. C Emmol. Mrs. i
A. A. Foss and Mrs. O H Reeder were
hostesses, serving dainty refresh
D. Scott Fisher left Saturday for I
Clayton. Idaho, where he will visit a
Miss Iris Lowther has been confin
ed to her home with a case of chick
Mrs. Lenler of Wenatchee Is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Markley.
A chair made from a rib of one of
the first American warships, the Re
venge, Is to be presented to President
Harding by fellow publishers. The
Revenge was sunk in Lake Chamlain
by the British In 1776. In 1309 it was
raised from the lake bed and the hull
is now at Ticonderoga.
COvICHT 1921. BV COGAK ALLAN MOSS.
TRADC MARK REGISTERED U. S. PAT. OFF,
Believing that the heavier-than-air
machines are capable of performing
any feats formerly accomplished by
the dirigibles. Great Britain has rele
gated her enormous fleet of dirigibles
to the junk heaps, planning to replace
them with airplanes.
We noticed a man yesferday who
wore his -wile's picture on the crystal
of his Ingersnll. Wondering If It was
a new Idea and thinking the matter
rather foolish on the face of It, we
asked the reason why. He replied
that It was symbolic of the little wife -"Always
on the watch, you know." Ho
My advertisement of February 24
was an error. I will he responsible
for my wife's debts. )etrol( Free
Who remembers the old fashioned
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190 to $2.98
Genuine Sealpax Unions made of fine cross
bar muslin in regulation athletic style as pic
tured, closed crotch and elastic waist band
across the back, suit . . 9Sc
Boys' Athletic Union, made along the same
lines as the suit above, each 79c
Boys' Rib Knit Unions medium weight,
white or ecru color, short sleeves and knee
length, suit . 49c
Men's Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers,
shirts have long sleeves, drawers are ankle
length, garment 49c
Men's North Star Ribbed Unions, long
sleeve, long leg, closed crotch, suit 98c
Boys' good quality ribbed unions, short
sleeves, knee length, closed crotch, suit.. 79c
Men's Mesh Knit Unions, Warner form fit
ting kind, short sleeves', knee length, suit $1.49
Boys' Mesh Knit Unions, Boy Scout brand;
closed crotch, short sleeve, knee length, the
Men's fine rib knot unions, Warner
crotch, short sleeves, long leg, suit . .
Men's fine rib knit unions, Warner
crotch, short sleeves, ankle length, flesh col
or, suit $1.79
Men's extra fine pure white mercerized
unions, elastic rib knit, short sleeves, three
quarter length, a very fine garment, suit $2.98
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girl who woro so many pins In her
waist line that you took chances with
lockjaw every time you hugged her?
It Is said now and then you find a
family who consists of a wife, a dug,
and a home brr-vv machine.
Two South Caroline editors are call
ing each other "pole cat!" The dis
tance Is, too great for us to Judge; any
way the wind Isn't In the right direc
tion, but doubtless they're both right.
One of our most patient readers and
most prolific- contributors brings this
one. a gem that has been moss-covered
for many years and hidden in a coun
try burying ground;
I'nder the daisies
Vnder the leaves,
Here lies the body
Of Solomon Pease
Pease Is not here: only the pod;
Solomon's shuffled home to his God.
Typical Thcntr-r I'cst
The hick who considers a bovine
smacking of the lips during a kissing
scene as the very ultimate In exquisite
After serving eight months-of a ten
month's sentence for a $!IOn,000 swin.
die, a New York broker has been re
leased. Still, when you come to think
about It, 1 1 2,500 a month Isn't such I
a poor income, even for a broker.
Ami Then Some
Our observation has been that the
happiest homes are those In which the
wife thinks the husband knows every
thing. Never ask a stranger his stand on
the liquor (itestlon. Ho may be u
bootlegger. In that case he doesn't
stand. He lies.
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
Beware! T'nlrss you see the name
"Ilayer" on package or on tablets you
are not getting genuine Aspirin pre
scribed by physicians for twenty-one.
years and proved sufe by millions.
Take Aspirin only as told In the Bayer
Package for Colds. Headache, Neural
gia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache,
Lumbago, and for Pnln. Handy tin
boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of As
pirin cost few cents. Druggists also
sell larger packages. Aspirin is the
trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of
Mounncetlcaehlestcr of Sallcyllcuold.
Sammy Bohne. recruit third baseman from the Seattle club of the
Pacific Coast league, is filling Heinle flroh's shoes for the (''inrlnnatl
Reds this season Omh Is still holdout. Bohne la measuring up to
Orob's standard both tu a fieldv and a hitter
A dollar invested in an automobile Is Invested In miles of
I ravel rather than In a piece of personal property.
The service rendered by the dealer afler the sale, and his
constant interest in you and your car measure the miles of your
satisfaction. We make every effort to see that you got the full
mileage out of every dollar spent here.
Every Speedometer is a Cash Register
BUICK, CADILLAC AND CHEVROLET
" Phone 468
auditorium. The member of the