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Z - DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDiEION, OREGON, " SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 21, 1021.
Sodtf dwd Club News
ritoOHAM AT l.TItltAUV.
The following pi-ocrum. consisting
of relicts recently nctinirod by the
county library, will tie played at the
Vlcttnla conicrt Humliiy nflornoon.
The readmit rooms will be open from
two until five. Following In tho pro
Ijitito (llamlrl) 1'ablo fiixaks.
Kn CslissThc Cnri'lnge Is Wait
ing, My I'ainty Marquise Kniilo ilo
I'd Dnlld ft Woll In the Heart of a
Hose (Worton Ivls-Horallo- XI
cholls) Frances Aldn.
Valse from Serenade (Tschaiko
W'nky) Jusoha H elf el.
La nmhnnronne Hi Iciaii National
Hon- Ms. reel Journet.
Man Unity I.ou (Strirkhunl) Os
Heautifitl Hawaii (Mary Karl)
Frank Kcrra-Aiithnny Kranrhinl.
When NIrIiI liesoenils (Kachmatii
noff) John McOormlck-Fi tlx Kn-ls-Icr.
Mrlo.lv In K (Itnbcnstcin) Tallin
Can't To Heah Me Callln" Caroline
Itoma) tiscax Seaicle.
Tamhourtn I'hinots (Krclxlcr, Op.
S Frit Kreisler.
Vlllancllc The Swallows Amclita
Introdnrtlon and Tarantclle (Pablo
de Sara Mate, Op. 43) Jascha Helfet.
Rliroletto (Paraphrase de Concert)
(Verdl-Uszt) Alfred Cortot.
r.flP. -V. MEET8.
Hawthorne Parent Teacher Asoola-
tim, whlrh met yexterday, was the
lam. one of thin nohool year. Hepurts
of (he State P. T. A. recently lield in
Pendleton and the Joint mooting In
Wall Walla were niven by Mrs. Will
Wyrii k, Mrs. W. X. Wrlsht and Mm.
C. K. I-ekllder, nil of whom were
doU'Bates to the convention.
Kleetlon of officera whicji was held
for the ensuliiR year resulted as fol
lows: Mrs. W. X. Wright, prraldent:
Mrs. Anna It. Pecbler, vice president;
Miss Acnes Carter, secretary, and Mrs.
Arthur Franknm, treasurer. Miss Al
lies Carter was chosen as representa
tive to the council. Mrs. Will Wyrlck.
who has been president of the P. T. A.
Tor the past two yers, declined the
nomination for re-election to that of
fice. The school principal, Mrs. C.er
trude Nash, In behalf of the P. T. A.,
extended her appreciation of Mrs. Wy.
rick's work and gave her a rising vote.
Cl.CI! ENJOYS MKKTIVG
Members of the Spizzerinktum Hub
enjoyed a meeting yesterday at tho
home of Mrs.' Klmcr McCormmach
with Mrs. McCormmach. Mrs. Jessie
Male, Mrs. A. T, Perkins and Mrs.
Shepherd as hostesses. A profusion of
red peonies, roses and other lovely
flowers were used In decorating. Sev
eral Instrumental numbers were play
ed by Miss AUora Xelson. Refresh
ments wero served later In the after
noon. VISITORS IX PEXDLKTOX.
Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Thomas, of
Portland, are visitors In Pendleton.
S ll'SIAIltS & HO V
Attend the Merchants' and Manufacturers' Car
nival, Happy Canyon, Thursday and Friday,
SUITS AT SPECIAL REDUCTIONS
COATS AT SPECIAL REDUCTIONS
SILK DRESSES AT SPECIAL PRICES
NEW BLOUSES JUST IN
NEW SPORT JACKETS JUST IN
V A Ii V E S
ATTEND THE MERCHANTS' AND MANU
FACTURERS' CARNIVAL, MAY 26 AND 27
UMATILLA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
1300 W. Alta
is essential to health and happiness. "Can you be
comfortable using dilapidated furniture in your
home ? Won't you consider the health and happiness
of your family enough to call 522 and say, call and
-get my furniture and repair it?" We are at your
service and we guarantee our work, 'if we have left
out any word in this notice which we should have in
cluded, forgive us. If we can serve you in any way
don't hesitate to call us.
"Won't you attend Sunday school or church
Yours for Service
Riley & Kemp
Quality Our Watchword
Satisfaction Our Aim
523 Mn -
MRS. JOHNS CHOtnCN,
Mra. Junius Johns, Sr. has bnrn
chosen by Mrs. K. T. Wade to lac
her place aa delegate from the I'einlle
ton Woman's Club at tho State Fed
eration of Women's t'lulm convention
to le helil hero May 31, June 1, J ami
Mrs. Wade wlm Is president ot
the club, was ehosen at the meeting
Thursday hut declined aa her dutle s
a member of tho slate hoard of the
Federation will claim the Rt-ealer pari
of her time during the convention ses
sions. Other Women's Club delegates
are. Mrs. Anna Slorle, Mrs. C. S. Tei
pening, and Mrs. Kosiuo Keutor. Mrs.
Henry Dixon Jones, Mrs. W. E. lirock
and Mrs. J. W. Maloney weru named
Interesting visitors In Pendleton
ilunni; the state convention of the
OreKon Federation of Women's clulw,
-May Jl, Juno 1. 2 and 3, will be Pro
fessor and Mrs. Alt. Sweet Her, of Ku
Kene. Professor Sweetser. who is
head of the botany department of
the University of Oreon. Is on the
convention proKram tor a talk Thurs
day morning, his theme being an
nounced as "leservatlon of Wild
Flowers In Oregon." He Is f:unnus as
a botanist and Is the author of a se
ries of article which appear each
Sunday In the Portland oreuonian.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS PICNIC.
Mrs. Casper L. Woodward la hostess
today for a picilic at her country home
near Adams, the guests beins sixteen
boys and girls betvveon the ages of
seven and eiKht, who are pupils of
Mrs. Woodward's Sunday school class.
Horseback riding;, swinging and, other
games are the diversion of the after
noon. Mrs. Woodward Is assisted by
Mrs. W. I. Gadwa in entertaining the
1HSS BYRNES WEDS.
Miss The! ma Byrnes of Freewater.
and Alvin Ionian, of Touchet, Wash
ington, were united ill marriage at an
eleven o'clock: ceremony here this
morning, Rev. J. E. Ireland officiating.
The bride wore a pretty frock of
brown crepe-de-chine. After a short
wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Inman will
make their home on Mr. Inman's
ranch 'near Uardena.
LAVENDER CLUB MEETS
Members of the Lavender Club met
on Thursday at the homo of Mrs. C. E.
Straub. The hours were spent in con
versation and needlework. The hos
tess was assisted in serving refresh
ments by Mrs. Helen Burton. Out-of-
town gueMs were Mrs. Achilles of
Weston and Mrs. A. F. Lundborg of
Seaside. ' , j
MEETING TO BE HELD. , I
Members of Women's Benefit Asso
ciation of Lady Maccabees will have a
ealled meeting Monday afternoon at
3:30 for the purpose of discussing
plans for a trip to La Orande. The
state commander Mrs. I 'null lie Moore
Riley, will be present. .
MISS WKLXY WEDS
Miss Alicia Welty, who has been em
ployed as teacher of the Weston
Mountain schooljind Elmer S. Fergu
son, of Walla Walla, were married in
that city today. Mr. and Mrs. Fergu
son will make their home on Mr. Fer
Ruson's stock: ranch near Bingham
MRS. FREEMAN VISITS
r Mrs. F. A. Freeman (Harrie:
Young), formerly of Pendleton, who
now makes her home In Montana. Ix
vjsiting in La Grande. She will visit
her sister, Mrs. Carl Engdahl, of Helix
before returning to her home.
!? MAY 26TII AND 27TII
MERCHANTS' AND MANUFAC
Afternoon and Evening.
This Fair Will Be Worth Your Time.
Don't Miss It!
Visit Our Booth, We Will Have a Pleasant
s ' Surprise For You.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phonal 28 Only 1 Quality the Sett
CHILD TRAINING AT HOME
This i No. Si ot the fourth fccrles of articles Issued by the National Kinder
garten Association, S West 40lh Street, New York City. They are appearing
weekly in these columns.
Promises of 'the New Generation
It' Margaret SUvl Hard.
Wearily I spread tho last snndwltch
and prepared to go back to the Par
ish house. Matilda Soott was prob
ably spinning along country roads and
saying complacently, " I promised to
furnish the sandwiches for the Parish
tea this afternoon, but when this de
lightful Invitation came 1 never gave
It another thought." And twelve to
one her friend nodded without a shadt.
Continued strength is show,! in to
day's wheat market. May wheat clos
ing at 1.65 and July at 11.28. Yes
torday the closing price was $t.S9Vj
for May wheat ahd ! 1.23 for July.
Following are tile quotations receiv
ed by Cvorbeck & Cooke, local brok
Open Hfeh Iaiw
1.60 111.66 !4
1.21 ',4 1.38 '4
May M .69 .574 .58 14
July .60 14 .62 .60 14 .61
May .8714 .39 .37 .39
July .38 .3S'.i .41
May 1.49 1.53
July 1.18 K 1.21
Wheat Bullish sentiment was ram
pant and bearish factors which mlKht
otherwise have attracted attention
were completely ignored. The advance
was founded almost entirely on dam
age reports from tho southwest which
in -reality were repetitions of advices
sent out by our Mr. Inglls when prices
were materially lower. Other news
was of a reverse nature, the cash de
mand wan slow and spot premiums
were roi.u piy junfr, cJKuiiiij uimuiiu
the cIoho when offerings; were on de
livery iHixfrt. Khlpi'ing snlcn reported
were only five thousand bushels. Thf
Koaboard reported some wheat work
ed to the continent, but gave no rpian-
tity and tlm opinion prevailed that !
foreij,Ti buyers would not follow the
advance. Country offerings were
very liberal and large receipts ore ex
pected next week. Khould rains oceur
over Sunday the market would be very
viilnerablo nelling pressure and the
teehlncal poeltlon has been weakened
by short covering the post few days.
"Mrs. Scott promised to furnish
sanwlches Rr the Parish tea. this aft
ernoon, it's time to commence serv
ing and she hasn't sent them; they say
she's gone motoring with frlciids
what shall we do?"
I hurried ucrocs the street to mnko
sandwiches of ' hat available material
I could find in the hoiihe, and I re
flected upon Matilda Scott and her
kind. What, after all, was the reason
that not only she but many other
women could not be deendcd upon to
keep promises and carry 4heir legiti
mate share of responsibility? An I
looked out of the window the answer
Sally Brown was passing with her
mother. Her shill entreaty reached
"Mamma, , let mo have another
"No, Sally, you promised you'd not
ask for another when I let you have
the last one."
1 "Just one more, please. Mamma!"
"Just one more, I'll not ask for an
other one, I promise." v
"Well Just one more, then." ,
'lloody! (me or two."
How easily fc'ally slid out of that
It secmitl a trlval thing, perhaps,
and yet such small premises and their
keeping from the foundation for con
scientious girlhood and boyhood,
womanhood and manhood. If chil
dren aro to possess a sense of respon
sibility they must be capable of re
sponding to obligations, they must be
trustworthy; and there Is but one bo
ginning offered for tho development
of these qualities, namely, the every
day occurrences In the life 'of tho lit-j X
tie child. It is a matter for eternal;": g
V'lly mind slipped back to a call upon For H Rcfll Sllioke
a young neighbor. It had not been C
a satisfactory cull, due to- the con-,S
stant and unnecessary lnteruptlons of Is
the little daughter of the family. is
"Sarah," her distressed mother j ,
pleaded, "you promised not to inter- j
rupt when Mother had friends." IS
"Yes, but Mother, Just get It for me's
this time." Is
"Xo, I must not be distrubed." Is
Sarah swung on her mother's chair
buzzed in her ear.
"Mother, Just this time!"
"Very well. Just this time. Kxcuse
me a moment Mrs. while I gcljS
It for her." jSj
Then I recall a supper party where is
the hostess excused herself at least S
six times during the meal to ascend jS s
to the nursery In answer to the do- 's
mands of her small son; explaining, H . s
"He promised he wouldn't call, but I j7IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH
think he must want something.
The National Committee for Cham
ber of Commerce Co-operation with
the Public Schools has recently issued
a report, from which the following Is
"Superintendents of schools and
chamliera of commerce throughout the
country need to bring to tho attention
'If the public the needs of the schools
money spent on education Is in fact
and to help them to understand that
an Investment in tho economic and
social well-being of our country."
To spend 3,5(M,iMl a day on our
criminal clauses, which havo devel
oped through lark of early training,
and at the same time neglect to pro
vide educational advantages for our
.voiingest school children in a short-
t Mghted policy.
I The National Klndergarden Awolu-
tion, 8 West 40th Htroet. New York
City, Is working to secure klndergar
dens for the 4,i0,H0(l childron of kin
dersiirden. ago in this country for
whom no provision is now made. If
you are Interested In the establish-
just arrived, U-mitiful line of Georgette and Crepe de
June lUneis, td be" artfully made, to sell at prices that
will pic.'.sc cvcrylouv.
New line of Summer Dresses juxt arrived. They are
beautifully, m-ulc of Jau.ty voil, organdies and figured
satine, viTnmed with organdie collar and cuff. Large
tucks and ruffles are ued clevcrely, while a few ure lace
and organdie point trimmed.
ATTEND THE MERCHANTS' AND MANU
FACTURERS' CARNIVAL, MAY 26 AND 27
ment of a kindorgarden In your com
munity, write for full Information and
advice on the subject.
Htate Superintend!1 n!" J. A. Churchill
is tending out a letter to the superin
tendents of the state announcing that
the- Near Kast Itelief organization b:
asking the children of the state to scud
their discarded toys to the Near East
organization In each county In order
that they may be forwarded to tho re
lief ship that Is to leave tho Pacific
coast in June.
There Is vital need for sonlething
that will bring pleasure to the children
of the Near Kast. Thousands of or-
ph.in children, after passing through
(,,u,,.,l.-..1.1 nvlu,lin(.M .nr(lR IflVS lU
britUiton up their cheerless lives,
' Children of Oregon are asked to col.
Iit-t their used toys, such as blocks,
paper dolls, kindergarten material,
stuffed dolls, roller skates etc. and for
ward them to the Near Kast organiza
tion in the different counties.
A copy of the letter has been recelv.
od at tho office of the couiitytHUDCrln
tcndenl of srhools here. , .
Castor oil will never be a min!ar
medicine until It is necessary to get n
doctor's prescription, and feel wicked
wlilb- taking it.
Afternoon or evening by experienced
teacher. Standard rourso in Gregg
Shorthand and typewriting riven at
607 Cosble. Phone 645-K.
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF'
IN THE VEKY LATLST SHAPES AND COLORS
Suitable for ;jracnation gifts and birthday remem
brance. "We invite y-ur inspection of this beautiful sta
tionery, . , ...i
Now 2 lor 15c
WINNIPBO. Manitoba. To put
northern Manitoba Into direct rom-munlci.-tlon
with civilization. Pr. 1!. C.
Wallace, commissioner for the north
routiiry, baM rctoiiimendcd the Im
mediate Installation of 12 wireless sta
tions in the north costing !ir,000.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
MAN" .AND WIKE want Job on ranch
-!: n fxprifnrd borne m.in, rnu !
rofrrrn' p -fio rhW'lrii AMrpx j
J. M f 'H't!i'ir, fjonral City. '
The Kind You
And with this service goes the fin
est of woolens. A most exclusive show
ing of spring and summer weaves and
pal terns. "
When tailored our way, adapted to
a man's individuality, avoiding ex
treme fads, your clothes will continue
in style until they have given a full
measure of service., ...
FOR KENT Futnithed house for th
ummer; fbone S7? U,
Room 7l-8 !) Dcspain BWg.
Step Inside for a
Nice Ice-Cold Drink
Wc are demonstrating the portclain-lincd 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, icc-aving, health
saving Automatic? It's a. wonderful refrigerator.
Used in Over Two Million Homes in America.
ATTEND THE MERCHANTS' AND MANU
FACTURERS' CARNIVAL, MAY 26 AND 27
CRAWFORD FURNITURE CO
ma l COfBT T.