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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON. THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 2C, 1021.
Social and Club News
In niUKlc. sewing and chatting, lih a
unique t Housing contest as a diversion,
the prize being won by Mrs. Charles
H. Conroy anil the consolation prize
Suing to Miss Uzzic Peterson.
The nienilKTs welcomed Mrs. Pra
dy of Spokane lodge who has conic to
Pendleton to reside and also Mrs. J.
V. Prown of J'ortland.
A delicious lunch was nerved late
In the afternoon by the hostesses who
wore assisted by Mia. Harry McFar-
tsucsts for the occasion were Mrs.1
Mrs. I-:. .1. Murphy received word
today that her cousin,' Mrs. Magiito
MclHmald. and her two children, haw
returned from a trip to Scotland
They were met ut Washingtoif. i. C.
by Mr-. James Mci'ull. formerly oi
this city and the party went froM
there to West Virginia to visit at ti e
McCall homo, Mr. M-Call being Mr.
Mcl'onald's coi.sin. Mrs. McDonald
will return hero later.
IIIRTIIOAY IUXNKi: C.lYl.V
A birthday dinner was
Hobcrt Prown, captain. Mr. Charles, evening: at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Williamson, Mm. 1'. C. Peterson, Mrs. !y, J. How-el's In honor of Mm. H, w
M. K. l-ung. Mil. Kverett Allen. Mrs.!0rs' birthday. Cut flovverd Jeor.iicd
Frank King Mrs, Win. Dale, Mrs. I. i the table w here a birthday ao, bsht-
Mm. Klla Itoss, Mrs. Ella led with candles was n feat -ire of the
menu. Guests were Miss iel.t Tcr
rill, Miss Kltzabeth 1-a Hue. Mr. and
Mrs. J. Wi Mentier. 'lDiuild McnUc.
Anderson, Mrs. Ed Nelson, Mrs. Cecil
Hampton, Mrs. Waller Jones, Mrs.
Charles Conroy. Mrs. Jesse Mcttec.
Mrs. lieryle Buffington, Mrs. James :and Herbert Craver,
McConnell, Mrs. James Klsk, Mrs. ..
George Powers. Mrs. Claire Edwards !l T. A. TO MKKT.
Mrs. Hurry McFarland, Mrs. Charles: The high school Parent Teacher as.
l'upuls. Mrs. J. W Yaiulle, Miss Uzzie j sociation will meet tonight at the
1'cterson, Mrs. l'rady, Mrs. Charles ; county library. H. H. lnlow will
llluhm. Mrs. Eugene Lyman. Mrs. j speak and Mrs. Charles Uonnov will
Jack Jowctt, Mrs. Jake Pozcgur, Mrs. : give a report of the 1. . A. con von -Jim
King. Mrs. J. W. Drown and Mrs. Itinn. The freshmen of th- "l'gh school
George Edmunds. I will give several number and M-ss
Shirley Hew will lie the program
WILL ARRIVE TUESDAY I
The majority of the delegates from! RECITAL TO HE OlYF.X
the Willametto Valley and Portland; Mrs. c. E. Heard will present her
clubs'who will attend the state conven- pupils In piano recital Monday nlght.t LEAVE OX "WKDPIXO TMl
Federation of Women's v'l'i'wi In
which .Mrs. Hishop will be :i dcltga'v.
l. ijf It. KXTEI1TAINED. Pendleton homes, w-iere rooms and the stato convention oi
Mrs. lee Drown and Mrs. Otto hnaktast will lie provided. Some lo
X lnon entertained the members of the cal hostesses are planning to entertain
Iwgree of Honor yesterday afternoon ' tin Ir guests lor luncheon and dinner
nt their home on Johnson street. Cut ax well,
flowers and potted plants formed the j a
decorations. The afternoon was spent ; M McP. Al.li ItlCTt'ltXS.
tilXXEll DANCE U1VEX.
A delightful social event of last
evening was a progressive dinner
dance at which thirty Pendletunluiis
Mrs. Keuenth Mellae, Mrs. L. I).
Idleman and Mrs, Perry Idleiuan were
hostesses for the first course, at the
home of Mrs. Mcllae where cut flow
ers were used for decorating. Mrs. M.
L Akers, Mrs. C. S .Cole and Mrs.
Alser l-eo entertained the guests for
the salad course at the homo of Mrs. j
Akers where cherry blossoms were a
At the II. L. Johnson home, Mrs.
Johnson. Mrs. I, E. Tvvitchell, Mrs.
Ivan Dimtck and Mrs. D. C, Brown
w ere hostesses Here the dinner '
course was served, with California I
poppies decking the table. I
Dessert, served by candlelight amid
a profusion of roses, was enjoyed at
the home of Mrs. W. R. Wyriek with
Mrs. Wyriek, Mrs. Jack Winer. Mrs.
V. S. Ueiohert and Mrs. C. J. Han
scojiu as hostesses.
Later several hours of dancing were
enjoyed at the J. X. Scott home, the
hostesses being Mrs. Scott and Mrs. If.
Struve. Tulips were used in decorat
ing. Receiving the guests at the door
and presiding nt the punch table dur
ing the evening were Miss Margaret
Scott and Miss Pauline Scott, young
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Scott. They
were charming In frocks of fluffy
June Rih at 8.13 at the Presbyterian
tlon of the oregvin Federation of
Women's Clubs here May SI. June 1.
2 and 3 will arrive here Tuesday even
ing. It is thought that many of the
other delegates from all Over Oregon
will have arrived by Wednesday morn, evening from Salem .o nc t'le gnc-t event of Tuesday evening In Portland
Ing. The visitors are to be guests In of her son Chnuncev Ulslmo. during at he home of the bride's mother. Mrs.
MRS. T.1SHOP TO AKr.IVl.
Mrs. C. P. l.ishop will a i ve this
sir. and Mrs. Donald Robinson ar
rived this morning from Portland and
will leave this evening for a month's
wedding trip through Canada and a
visit to Banff. Their wedding was an
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY
See our display of mm-handiue sold by us
CHASE & SANBORN TEAS
CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE
OLD MONK OLIVE OIL
Re sure and stop at our booth and try a cup of
Expert Swiss cheese maker will make cheese m
afternoon and evening show. Stop and sec how
cheese is made.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phonei 28 Only 1 Quality the Best
II Ol'l" S V I" S T A I It S A I' 1' Alt E L S II O I
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY,
MERattNTS' AND MANUFACTURERS' CARNIVAL
HAPPY CANYON AFTERNOON AND EVENING
X. U Willisana, with Ilev. Taylor, of
liruco Memorial Church, officiating.
Only Immediate relatives were pres
ent. SHOWEU IS (51VKX.
Honoring Miss Louise SclnilU, whose
marriage to William fk liarn will be n
June event, it number of friends called
at the Sehiirn homo last evening for f
surprise "shower." The honoree re
ceived many charming gifts, after
which refreshments wero served.
WILL I.EAVB FOH I.KXIXC.TOX.
Mr. and .Mrs. Oeorge Ferguson and
son, Jlmnile Ferguson, will leave on
Saturday for a motor trip to 1exlngton.
Nebraska, and to Iowa, where they
will visit for several months an the
guests of relatives.
MRS. STOW H TO BK HOSTESS
Mrs. Anna Storie will entertain the
ladies of the Riverside Needle club
Friday afternoon ut her homo 1H
CALLED BY ILLNESS.
Mrs. Hoy Farley left last night for
La f.rande where she was called by
tho illness of her grandfather, A. C.
CLl'I! TO MEET
Tho Delphian Club will meet In reg
ular business session Friday afternoon
In the Committee room of the County
(Continued from pag i)
New Sport Apparel just arrived, Jersey Jackets, Novelty Skirls and
Blouses. Visit our Booth at the Carnival.
OVEIt T AYLO K II A II D W A R E STO II E
Price, Quality, Service
These three words Is our Alpha and Omega in every detail of our
business. We are no respecter of powjon when W'J are railed upon to
give service. And regarding mail order house, if we can't uiiderfli
any of them we dont ai-k you to leave your liw.'r grei-n around here.
Olhcrvvibe we would be a liability and not an asset to this community.
Oet your w llm-k and compare with thene few articles. Our regular
every day prices:
7x7, 8 oz. Auto Tents, with poles, delivered $12.00
10x12, 8 oz. Wall Tents, No. 1 stuff, delivered $16.50
6x14, 8 oz. Bed Sheets, with snaps, delivered $6.00
No. 1 galvanized Wash Tub, good quality $1.25
No. 2 galvanized Wash Tub, good quality $1.50
No. 3 galvanized Wash Tub, good quality $1.75
35 pound Silk Floss Mattress $17.50
We puy freight on all out of town orders. Let us tee you during
the M. M. urnlul.
Riley & Kemp
Quality Our Watchword
Satisfaction Our Aim
DR. C B. DAY
Pbrnouui ami Surgeon
Kooma 21 and 26 Smlth-Crawfor
mum ts T--f
So easy to drop Cigarette,
Cigar, or Chewing habit
No-To-Hiic Iiuh helped thousand to
hieuk the costly, nerve-Hlutltcrliig to
bacco habit. Whenever you have a
longing for a smoke or chew. Just j
piace a nurmieas .Nu-To-Unc talilet in
your mouth instead. All denim atopa.
Shortly the habit Is completely broken,
nd you are better off mentally, pliy.
slcally, financially. It's no easy, no
simple. Get a box of No-To-Uac and
If It doesn't release you from all crav
ing for tobacco in any form, your
druggist will refund your money with
case at the rear. All the candles
shown are manufactured by the Walla
Walla Cnndv Co. of Walla Walla
turcn necessary to the management of -which was ree. ntly purchased by the
A mlnaturc butcher Khop with fix-
V I If
AN EXCEPTIONAL ARRAY OF
To go in the Merchants' anil Manufactur
ers' Carnival Sale Week at . ... $5.85
'THEY'LL GO OUT A-FLYIN'!!
New shipment of Voile and Organdy.
Dresses and White Silk Sweaters. '
Attend the Merchant' and Manufacturers' Carnival,
May 26, 27 and 28
1HICH ESTER S PILI
! . Tnr. diamond RBAna.
Ptlla U R.4 M UI4 uallkXl,
Tk. mm mtmmr. Mmr mi
DIA JJ-Iir- HRAtD PILLS, fo. TI
SOI 5V DJKKifi.'STS fWpWMl
Hundreds of people are as
tonished und delighted .
with ipliek and I'KltMA
NE.VT relief they have re
ceived from our wonder
ful new discovery. Aslhina-vM-a.
A tlona. with all their tor
tures, liAXIISHKL KUIl
tTVKIt. Tear out this an
nouncement und send at
II. l. II. I.AItOH Tli.il
Ml Alaska lUdg.,
ht allle. Wash.
enlargements are on the walla together
with attractive posters advertising Jon
teel. Samples are being distributed
of some uf the products. An attrac
tive color scheme of lavender, yellow
and white makes the booth a place of
TallinHii & vo
Showcases on either side of the
spaco occupied by Tallman A t'o. de
mand attention on account of the dis
play of toilet articles. I'crfumcs and
otlo-r necessities of milady' comfort
ire to be seem In addition, there Is a
Stradivari phonograph which Is to bi
scen and heard. This machine is sold
by the company.
Pendleton Trading t'o.
A miniature'grocery store Is on dis
play by the I'cndleton Trading Co. In
the front is a glass case "Which con
tains cuts of meats with a refrigera
tion compartment concealed In the
lower section. The back part of tho
liooih is occupied by canned goods.
To Die left there are pyramids of vege
tables arranged to appeal to tho eye.
On the right an appetizing arruy of
olives and relishes of different kind.
make their appeal.
.Merchant Tailors ,
A booth artistically arranged to re
semble the office of a tailor's shop is
the offering of the Merchant Tailors'
Association. Potted palms give the
place an air of dignity and on busts
tliut rest on a table are to be seen
goods displayed by the merchants who
'"-long to tC newly formed organiza
J. L. Vuughan
different styles of fixtures In the
eleclrlc.il line are shown by J. I.
Vaughan in his space, and the attrac
tiveness of the lamps, chandeliers, etc
are likely to make the beholder thank
ful to the genius that haa harnessed
electricity and mado it of service to
nion. lilffcrent effects aro brought
out in the booth which make it one of
the most uttnictH-e-rfn. the big room.
D. D. Fhclps
Another boom that smacks of
modernity Is the display of bathroom
fixtures shown by D. I. Phelps. The
booth represents a modern bathroom.
and tho white enamelled tub, drinking
fountain, drain and other facilities are
attractive In the extreme. A shower
attachment Is also bhown In connee- I
tlon with th bath.
Telephone and Ti'legrnph
"no of the neatest displays of th'.
enrnlval Is the scene portrayed In the
space occupied by the Pacific Tele
phono and Telegraph Co. Tho back
wall of the booth is a painting repre
senting ,t (jlrd's-eye view of a part of
t'matllla county with a telephone on
the front counter marked "Pendleton,"
Tho different towns on the map an'J
the Instrument are connected with
streamers of blue and white ribbons
A legend on ono of the side walls la
"It your voice lake the trip."
l-oooiilv llrug Co.
A novel effect Is gained' by til
Economy I)rug Co. with the display ol
phonogiuphs of different styles that It
made. The booth occupies a corner
space, and It Is not enclosed excepl
for a double chain line that swings I n.3
from the pillars. Pictures of l!ulh-js
Ctircl. John MeCormack and Caruso I E
adorn the walls.
sni)tlie.)ii rjjail Co.
A palnllng of a peacock, respleudant
In all the colors of his natural plum
age, ts the background of the mythc
I-onergan Co. booth. The sido walls j Sz
and celling of the booth are bluck, and j
tha legend over the bird, which advel- g
Uses the brand of coal handled by the c
company, la "A Bird Well Known ln
the business Is Been In the space that
has been attractively arranged by
I matlllii I lour and (.rain Co.
At tho L'mntllla Flour and llrain Co.
booth, not only can tho cyo be satis
fied, but the appetite may be appeased
as well. Simples of the products
turned out by this home manufactur
ing concern, which also lists I'm.-itilla
county crops, consists of different
kinds of commercial feeds for the
stock man and poultry raiser, an well
as human foods. A sm:ill electric oven
is kept -busy baking samples of foods
that can be made from the products of
IVndUMon I'aklng Company
Pastries are being baked by the I'cn
dleton Baking Co. In the oven in their
booth, and the products turned out by
the company arc on display. lioth a
baker and demonstrator are present
and they explain tho merits of "Made
in Pendleton" coods.
Pendleton ah Market
Candles and confections that are
hard to resist, either for children or
the older folk, are arranged In The
Charles Co. booth. The shelves that
occupy the sides have candies both tn
?lass containers and In pucksges, and
box candles are shown In the class
proprietors of the local store.
t;rajr llros. t.nat-ry Co.
At first glance, when tho visitor en.
ters Happy Canyon and sees the dis
play of liray Itros. (Irocery Co. he
could very easily imagine that he had
stepped into a big grocery store in a
large city. Tho triangular booth Is
partially enclosed with a glasa case
which contains products fr'the home
table. The shelves on either side, are
neatly nrranwil with canned goods uf
The K. O.
In the space occupliHl hy the Kasl
Oregonlan Publishing Co. the Miller
Feeder Job press Is a nonr-huinun ma
chine that Immedlntely'attraels atten
tion of tho carnival guest. This ma
chine automatical! v feeds Itself and
keeps going until Us material Is ex
hausted when It rings an alarm that
calls for more. Hamples of Job work
turned out by the Job department,
framed posters showing the extent of
the big "!:. t. Family" In Pendleton
and I'matllln county, and old files
that urc oen to the public's Inspection
are other attractions.
Peoples Wan-ltouse Uron-rlo
Xo more neatly arranged booth Is to
be seen In all the rounds of tho car
nlvnl than the grocery department of
la Overcome and tfie blood purified
' and vitalised by ,9
the Peoples Warehouse. The color
scheme of the dororation Is blue and
white, and a display of canned gnoda
Is arranged on the shelves of the
I1 Beauty Contented'
thf roar buutr ti
developed to Uwkiahnt
ol iu powiNIIUOA ar
utlnf CourAud OrioaUl
StndlSe. for Trim! Sin
Your House is the Heart
of the World
You owe it to yourself to make of it all that it can be in comfort and con
venience, it should also be beautiful.
EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME.
Whether cottage or mansion, beauty and usefulness can be found in furnish
ing at any degree at cost best suited to your resources.
It is not the amount of money paid out for furnishings that establishes
their true value nor that makes the home artistic and enjoyable.
Wise Selection Counts Most
You arc invited to visit our booth at the show and our store at your conveni
ence. You will never be importuned to make purchases.
Crawford Furniture Co.