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DAILY EAST DRESOKIAIT, PENDLETON. CHEQON, THUESDAY EVENING, MAT 19, 1021.
MINH GRAY TO VIPIT lAFTKUNOON IS ENJOYED.
Miss U.iitM Gray Ik expocw-d to nr-1 About on hundred members and
rlvs In Pendleton thin evening for a1 Invited guests of the Degree of Hon-
vlit with her sister, Mm. George liart
mn. Miss Clay will go to Spokane
Inter to visit Wend and will return
to pnrtlnnd In time for the marriage of
Mliw Kwther Maegiy and Jack Justice,
which will tie an event of mid-June.
Mia Mnetrly will hiive several attend
ami! and anionic thee Miss Gray will
lie a bridesmaid. Miss Maojjly and
Miss Gray are sorority sisters, bolh
h'lng numbers of Chi Omega.
GTH1JT SOCIETY MEETS
Tho :irls' Friendly Society, tipper
division, met yesterday afternoon at
the rectory of the Church of the Re
deemer. The afternoon was apent in
sewing and plana were made for a
membership 'ranipalgn. Kntherlne
Dickson and Ellen Fislep were chosen
cum a in of teams and the winning
team will he entertained by the mem
bers of the losing team. The members
of the society enjoyed refreshmnta
served yesterday by Mrs, Alfred Lock
wood. ENTTtB NOl'8 TO MEET
Membera of the Entre Nona bridge
club and their husbands will be guests
on Monday night at the home of Mr.
and Mra. It. E. Morse with Mrs. Morse
and Mrs. A. C. Khert as hoat eases.
or. enjoyed the social afternoon of the
lodge yesterday in their lodge rooms.
Included In the program as an tin
usuul feature, were drills, given bv
rnoo.RAM to nrc oiven.
The Epworth League of the First
Methodist church will give as their
JJd unnt versa ry program Sunday
evening a pageant entitled "The Hope
of the World." The scene la laid In
the modern American home, and the
the twenty girls, dressed In white and"! story concerns two boys and two girl.'
carrying the national colors.
Following a piano solo by Mrs, Clair
Edwards, .Mra. McGee, chairman of
the hostess committee, invited those
present Into the banquet room. The
tables were beautifully decorated in
Call fur ma popples and yellow lupine,
beneath festoons of yellow. A two
course luncheon was served
who have tired of the quiet or a Sun
day evening spent at home. The Spir
it of the Kpworth league enters and
challenges them to go with her
through her world wide realm In or
der to witness the manner In which
young people of other lands spend
their Sunday evenings. The regular
church choir will furnish the music,
Mrs. S. M. Done, a member of the jand over 60 persons will take part In
order, and a former resident of Pen- ,he various scenes. The program If
dleton, now living in Spokane, was!"" follows:
present and gave a very Interesting
talk. The next social of the order will
be given June IS and Mrs, Edwards,
chairman, and her committee will be
SALE TO RE HELD
The young ladies of the Sunday
school class of the Baptist church
will hold a cooked food sale and ba
aar on Saturday at Crawford's Furni
ture store. The sale will begin at :S0
a. m. and la for the benefit of the
starving children of Europe and the
World Wide Oulld.
H O II STAII18 SHOP
New Sports Apparel
Jersey Jackets in "All White," Navy, Black, Brown, Em
erald, Henna and Sand.
NEW GEORGETTE BLOUSES
NEW SUMMER DRESSES
NEW SPORT SKIRTS
THE SHOP OP BKITE R VAtCES
. TIMOTHY HAY
CHICK FEED .
WHOLE CORN ,
HOUR & GRAIN CO.
1300 W. Alia
Both your money and time by buying here. Every
piece of merchandise in our store is a 100 per cent value
35 pound Silk Fla?.-r Rolled Edge Mattresses $17.50
45 pound Cotton rolled edged Mattresses $8.75
45 pound combination Mattresses $7.25
Fibre Matting, guaranteed fast color, per yard 75c
10x12, 8 ounce W all Tents $16.50
8x10, 8 ounce Wall Tents . $12.50
6x14, 10 ounce Bed Tents $6.00
One beautiful 5-section Gunn Book Case $40.00
We do repair work for the public, and solicit your
patronage. Our charges are reasonable and we guaran
tee every piece of work.
Your i for Service
Quality Our Watchword
Satisfaction Our Aim
Interlude Music by a hidden choir.
Scene 1. "Morning Watch at Epwortli
Rectory. 1713" ( Representing Kirst
Department). Interlude Music.
Scene 2. "Hungry, for Christ" (Mex
ico). (Representing First and Sec
ond Departments). Interlude Musk
i Scene S. 'An Averted Wedding"
(Chinu). (Representing Third De
partment). Interlude Music. Seem
4. "At the Court of Christian Uirl
hood." (South America). (Repre
senting Fourth Department), lnter-lude-Music.
Scene 5. "An Interna
tional Institute" (Representing 1'irsl
and Second Departments und Lift
Service). The Enlistment for Ser
vice. P. T. A. TO MEET.
The new officers for the Washing
ton Parent Teacher Association will
he elected tomorrow afternoon, thi
last meeting of the year. The report
from the State l'arent Teacher Asso
elation convention held recently 1
rendleton will be given, and H. E
Inlow, city school superintendent, wil
discuss "Vongeninl Home Surround
ings for Teachers." Harold J. Wa
ner, local attorney, will discuss thi
referendum measures which will be
voted upon at the June election. The
musical program will consist of voca
solos by Mrs. T. If. Remboldt, and
Mrs. T. A. Wylie. and a piano solo
Miss Clara Griggs.
NEW OFFICERS CHOSEN
Mrs. A. Eklund was chosen presl
dent of the Woman's Home Mission
ary Society of the Methodist church or
Tuesday afternoon at a meeting held
at the home of Mrs. K. G. Warner, or
Jackson street. Mrs. E. L. Smith wa
rhosen vice-president; Mrs. J. L. Mc
Atee, secretary; Mrs. A. Molstrum
secretary of the mite boxes; and Mrs.
Hartzel was chosen secretary of thi
Original poems by Mrs. Warner am
Mrs. Hartzel were given, and Mrs.
A. Wylie gave a vocal solo as well a
a piano solo of her own composition
The hostess was assisted In serving b
Mrs. Carno and Mrs. Furnish.
G. A. R. TO MEET.
The Ladles of the Grand Army ol
the Republic will meet tomorrow aft
ernoon In the club room of the library
The members have been asked to brinf
needles and thimbles. Discussion of
the coining G. A. R. convention will
occupy tht hours of the afternoon
Hostesses will be Mrs. Mollie John
son, Mrs. Winnie Lincoln, and Mrs
Pearl C. Hawks.
CLT'R WILL MEET
The members of the Spizzetlnktum
club will meet tomorrow afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Jesse Hale, with
Mrs. Hale, Mrs. Shepherd, Mrs. Perk
ins and Mrs. William Edwards as hos
VISIT IN PENDLETON.
Mrs. George Ferris, of Walla Walla
sister of Roy E. Morse of this city
anil Mrs. Warren Henneburger of
Walla Walla, sister of Mrs. Morse ar
rived today by auto for a short visit
at the Morse home on Perkins avenue
GUESTS IN PENDLETON.
Mrs. A. F. Lundburg and littl
naugnter, atarjorie, of seaside are
guests at the home of Mrs. J. M. Cook
300 Thompson street. Mrs. Lundburg
was formerly Miss Bernice Walker ot
LEAVE FOR CONDON
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Sherman and
Mrs. Erwln Schiller left today by mo
tor for Condon where they will speni
a "week at the home of Mrs. Sherman'
parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Engberg.
MRS WHETSTONE CHOSEN
Mrs. Nettie Whetsone, of Pendleton
is the new state president of the Re-
Try a Change in
Food for Friday
We carry a high grade line of Tatty Goods in tin
Fiskeboller, ..tmall can, 25ci large, 65c
B. & M. Clam Chowder, tin 15c
Gorton's Cod Fish Flakes, tin ........35c
Boneless Figs Feet, tin 30c
21 kinds of Campbell's Soup, tin 15c
Gorton's Finnan Haddie, tin ......... 50c
Gillnetter's Columbia River Salmon. ...30 and 50c
Japnnese Crab Meat small, 65c; large, 90c
Canadian Lobster.... small, 45c; large, 80c
Tuna, Curtis Quality, from 20c to 65c
Normanna Norweigen Herring, tin 35c
Normanna Norweigen Mackerel, tin 55c
American and Imported Sardines, 18 brands.
from 10c to 50c
Sardine Paste, tin , 15c
Stanfield Cheese, pound v45c
Tillamook Full Cream Cheese, pound 35c
Gray Bros. Groceiy Co.
3 Phones 28 Only 1 Quality the Best
Those Who Suffer and Are
Unable to Work Need
. Helpful Suggestions
Snrincfielrl. 111. "I had periodic trou
ble with weakness, cramps and back
ache and 1 could not
work. A neighboi
medicine and I tool
four bottles of Lydk
E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound. J
am how strong anc
well, able to work,
and recommend you 1
medicine to im
RlMKUS, R. R. No.
8, Springfield, 111.
Why will girls continue to sufTet
month in and month out as Miss Rimkiu
lid when case after case is related where
Lydia & Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound has removed the cause of the
trouble arj j brought good health. For
more than forty years this old fashioned
rout and herb medicine has been the
stand lrd remedy for such ailments, arte:
has the record of having restored more
suffering women to health than any
If there is any complication about
your condition you do not understand
write Lydia E. Vinkham Medicine Co.
Lynn, Massachusetts, in regard to you
beslUi. mt t
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Mh'iirtiilrilntf itnil. rirfntfliilllHnrftrtM
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5c. a Day
For Hood's Sarsaparllla. the Bst
Medicine Treatment That Will.
Purify Your Blood
And Build You Up This Spring
REV. GRESSMAN WILL
ir stncuy sport wear.
Alien, fit-amount star, has let the
knitted frocK replace the skirt aud
swtattr. The wool Is Harding blue.
ekah Assembly of Oregon. -he was
hoKcn at the convention held this
week in Albany. Mrs. Whetstone, who
ias served as vice-ircsidnt, is prom-
npnt In the work of the order anil Is
ne of tho most active members.
T. A. TO MEET
The last Parent Teacher Association
-neetini; of Hawthorne school will be
held Friday afternoon at the school
nrilding. The meetin- promises to be
ery interesting and will be marked hy
lection of officers for the coming year
md reports of the recent Oregon Par-
nt Teacher Association convention
ind also the oint Oreffon-Washinston
iessions. ' -
jITTLE DAUGHTER BOIIN.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Engdahl, of Helix;
re the parents of a little daughter
lorn this morning at the homo of Mrs.
L. Nichols. The new arrival has
ieeii named Eleanor Ann. Mrs. Eng-
lahl was formerly Miss Sadie Younsr.
(East Oregon Inn Special.)
TILOT ROCK, May 19 Mr. and
-Mrs. Chris Roth left Tuesday of last
week to visit Mr. Roths parents In Cal
ifornia. An outing was enjoyed Sunday on
McKay creek by Miss Helen DeVaul,
Mr. und Mrs. Alfred Westgate and
Mrs. Alfred Knot Is has accepted a
position in the local telephone office.
' George Done, Dr. Oscar De Vaul and
L E. Roy were dinner guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Truman
Sunday, the occasion being Mr. Tru
Rev Gres.nan, pastor of the Chris
tian church of Pendleton, will be in
Pilot Rock Friday evening. May 20,
and will preach at the church here.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Leathers and
Mrs. George Hunter were out from
I'endleon Tuesdnq. evening and at
tended the musical decitul at the high
Itev. George Clark, pastor of the
Presbyterian church of Pendleton, will
deliver the Baccalaureate sermon
here Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock In
the high school auditorium.
The high school, musical recital will
be Tuesday evening, May U,
Commencement exercises will be
Friday evening. .May 27. Tho urad
uates are Wllbert Horn, George Jor.
dan, Victor Rracher and Herschel
Mrs. Frank Done and Mrs. James
Truman were shopping in Pendleton
Following Is the program of the mu
sical recital given Tuesday evening.
May 17, by the pupils of Mrs.. J. O.
Kussen, who are under high school
Piano Duet "Little Fairy Schot-
. .Daphne Smith and Dorothy Jones
Piano Solo Mamma's Two-Step. .
Reading The Old Deacon's Ver
'" Ruby Hutchinson
Vocal Solos (a) I've Got the Mumps
b) Bandy Legs . Helen Khotts
to Sport Jacitets
and Woolen Sits
Better Spring Types and Qualities.
The Kind Most Wanted Just Now.
' ' ; . . . ' ' '
It is gratifying this season to find splendidly tail
ored, smart styles, fine wool fabric skirts that do not
necessarily entail a large outlay. New pleats, side
box and knife; new ideas in plaids and stripes.
Piano Solo Twilight
Piano Duet Adonis Gallop .......
Neva Kolin, Cornelia Eldrldge
Piano Duet The Bong of the Crick
et Clara Uracher
Piano Solo prancing Ponies
, Helen Knotts
Violin Solo Love and Flowers . . .
Ralph Fletcher '.
Vocal Solos (a) My Laddie; (b)
Todlol Elmo Russell
Piano Solo Soldiers Parade
Piano Solo The Teddy Bears Picnic
Reading Violet's Troubles
Piano Solo Grasshoppers' Frolic.
' Mildred Hemphill
Piano Solo Katrina Mary Hunl
Piano Duet Guards March
. .Clara Rracher and Helen Knntts
The second part of the program con
sisted of a fnlry piny entitled "Elsie's
In Dreamland." ' "
Elsie ..Clara Braeher
Elsie's Mother. ......... .Neva Bolln
Elsie's Two Dolls
Mildred Hemphill aud Elmo Russell
The Witch .". .Paphne Smith
The Orge George Jordan
The Bear . . .' Ralph Fletcher
The I Jon ......... .-'v.'.. lluih Currln
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May 14th to May 21st.
Poi OiiGlVeelv Only
ON ALL FRENCH AND PYRALIN
Make your selection for Graduation gifts.
Step Inside for a
Nice Ice-Cold Drink
Premier Briand of Fiance celebrated his 100th pose (he counted 'cm!
befors the movie camera In London by turning the ciunk m the movie
Woman Fire Marshal
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Mm. Sidney Landers, Okluhonui City. msi assitunt hie murshal of
re tottwima. is mt- ol the .Vw women to holil that oslticn in th'. t'nlted
Uta But sia-' t.'i'o .vounyest, say Okuihvma Die oftl. wis. tihe's 12.
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.
Used in Over Two Million Homes in America.
10.1 V. COITVT ST.