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DAILY EAST OREOONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON, STTODAY EVENING, MAY 28, 1021.
Social and Club News
Ten ItNAMENT VISITORS IX'MK
Members of tne Pendleton ;df
clut, me bowl for visitor lo the Trl
Ktata liolf Tournament, which Is be
In hi today lit tin1 local link and
Willi h will continue tomorrow. Lonch
ruti was served today lo Iho guests
lit the clubhouse mill ii f I or dinner this
evening, they will be honored ill an
luform.il dance lit Iho Siato Hosoi
fill. 1 iineheon nml dinner tire to be
served tomorrow nNn at the Club
house. Among the guests who nro here for
tin tminvmient nro Mr and Mrs. J. J,
Our nf yi (;r.indc, who nro tho guests
of Mr. and Mrs It. Thompson, and
Mr. and Mis, ft. I Iirrlson. also ot
lii liramlr. who arrived here yestcr
lay. ni;Trit fishm Portland
Mr. mid Mrs. Ollcn Smith roturnod
yesterday from 1'orllanil whore thry
spent their honeymoon. They visited
a! Hood Itlvor with Mr. Smith' fath
er. II. n. .miih. Mr. and Mrs. Smith
will ruike ihelr home at Pilot Hock.
Mm, Smith was formerly Miss Manilla
Wright and the wedding was a recent
MRS. R1IADY RCTritXS
Mrs. H. C. Grady returned this
morning from Wulla Walla where she
lias leen at the bedside of her moth
er, Mrs. Ellen Henderson, who re
cently underwent an operation. Mrs. Charles M
Henderson Is convalescing nicely. street
TE.HHKKS A KB ;l'ITS
Honoring the teachers tf Huw
t hoi ne school. Mrs, V. 11. W.vrh'k,
'rmer president of the Hawthorne
Parcnt-Tcncher Association, and Mrs
vi imam Wright, new iirosldent f
I he association, were hostesses lodn
for a one o'clock In'ncheon al the Elks
lull. Covers were laid for eleven and
each guest received n dainty niwr
pay of flowers. Besides the hostesses
those present were Mrs. Ucrirudr
Nni-h, inincipal of Hawthorne. Mr.
Wolier. Miss Agnes Carter. Miss Har
riett lienjamln. Miss Lcola Wagner,
Miss Mabel Johnson, Mis. Hussig.
Miss Anna Brown and Miss Ida
Keanc. Following the luncheon, tho
,irty visited the Merchant' and Man
WILL VISIT HKUB
Mar. Harriett Campliell and daugh
ter. Miss ilraee Camiliell, will arrive
tonight from 1'oillan.l and will be
guests at the home ot Mrs. It. Ray
mond on Water street.
DATES AUK AXNOl'NCED
The dates for the fifty-second an
nual commencement of Oregon State
Agricultural College have been an
nounced as June 11 to June 13, nt
MISS SAPNDEHS HEME
Miss Josephine Sanders of Xorth
Powder. Oregon, is the guest of Mrs.
Peacock at ;09 Garden
S T A 1 K S S 11 O 1
Taffetas, Satins, Georgettes
"Wonderful Values in New Spring Shades.
AW fcuus and Coats at Special Prices.
Prominent local clubwomen, some
of them members of clulm for the past
twenty-five years and old members ot
the federation, will assist In reoolv
'ng. Atnong them are Mrs. Henr
Dixon Jones, Mrs. W. J. Clarke, Mrs.
10 Moorhouso, Mrs. John Sooor, Mrs.
H. E. Bickers, Mrs, G. M. Rice. Mrs.
W. r. McNury, Mrs. H. H. Haltcry.
Mrs. John Adams, Mrs. J. C. Snow.
Mrs. R. Alexander, Mrs. K. J. Soin
mervllle, Mrs. S. A. Lowell. Mrs. Al
fred Lockwood, Mrs. John Hnlley,
Mrs. I L. Rogers, Mrs. S. H. For
shiiw, Mrs. Charles Gray, Mrs. Onirics
Greulich. Mrs. J. B. McCook, Mrs. K.
F. Averill, Mrs. Fred IHmertT Mis.
Heorge Gray, Mrs. Mary Disosway,
Mrs. W. F. Matlock. Mrs. 11. Ray
mond, Mrs. James Hill, Mrs. 11. S.
Burroughs, Mrs. Minnie Stillinan, and
Mrs. t S. Jeird. Younger matrons
who are clubwomen will assist also.
There will be music by Miss Mar
Wiley of New York, at the reception.
Other musical numbers during the
convention will be by Mrs. Maude I.
Woodyard. who will sing Wednesday
morning: Mrs. H. K. Inlow. who will
sing Wednesday afternoon: Mrs.
Charles Bond, on the program for a
solo Thursday morning, and Mis. B.
U Burroughs who will sins Thursday
A crag supper, for which the crabs
will be provided by the Ladies Civic
Improvement Club and the Newport
Community club, will bo served
The local clubwomen are grateful
to J. L. Yaughan, Crawford Furni
ture Co.. and Cruickshank & Hamp
ton for their co-operation In conven
PLAY IS GIVEN
Members of the cast of "The Fu
turists," presented the play last night
at Hermiston under the auspices of
the Hermiston Community Club for
the benefit of the library. Besides the
play, numbers by the Hermiston high
school orchestra and other musicians
of that place supplemented the pro- j
gram. The performance was most
successful and nottcd $125 for the li
The trip to Hermiston was made by
auto In machines driven by Hoy Ha
ley, William H. Bennett and Charles
Bond. Members of the cast, which
Included Mrs. J. C. Snow, Mrs. David
B. Hill, Mrs. Fred Ponert, Mrs.
Charles Bond, .Mrs. Roy Halt), Mrs.
Will H. Bennett, Mrs. K. li. Aldrich.
Mrs. Thomas Vaughan aJid Miss Beth
Smith, with Mrs. Xorbournc Berkeley.
president of the club. Miss Sabra Na-:
son, county librarian. Mr. Haley, Mr.
Bennett and Mr. Bond, were guests at j
dinner at the home of Mrs. J. T.
Hinkle, with the women of the Coin-
munlty Club as hostesses. The at-
Do You Know?
That we carry the largest and most complete
line of hie'h grade groceries in EASTERN
At our booth at The Merchants' and Manu
facturers' Carnival we have on display US Va
rieties of High Grade Cheese, besides a com
plete cheese factory, in full operation after
noon and evening manufacturing the famous
STANF1ELI) BRICK CHEESE.
SEE THIS WONDERFUL DISPLAY,
GET ACQUAINTED WITH MR. TONY AR
NOLD, owner, and have Mr. Andy Anderegg
explain to you how it is made.
FAMOUS STANFIELD BRICK CHEESE
manufactured at Happy Canyon, Tillamook.
Triplets, Tillamook Young Americans, Prim
Ost, Gammell-Ost, Imported Roquefort, Do
mestic Roquefort, Zig Zag Imported, MacLar
en's Nippy, MacLaren's Pimento, MacLaren's
Swiss in block, MacLaren's Pimento in block,
Kraft Swiss, Kraft Pimento, Kraft Camem
bert, Kraft Cream, Kraft Limberger, Sap Sa
go, Parmesan Grated, New York Limberger;
Stanfield Limberger, New York Brick, Wis
consin Brick, New York Cream, New York
Cheddar, Edam, Liederkranz, Blue Label
Cream, Neufchatcl, Breakfast Cheese, Im
ported Camembert, Gratjn Grated Cheese,
BIu Hill Red, Blu Hill Green, Blu Hill Cream,
Tetit Gruyere, MacLaren's i "Imperial, Cottage.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phone. 28 Only 1 Quality the Best
All Ladies' SpltsirU)le.tore are put in one group. The
materials are tricotine, twill coM and serge.
MANY ATTRACTIVE PRICES IN COATS
One lot of summer dresses. Your choice of this lot
Saturday for $7.95.
ENTERTAIN WITH DANCK
Members of the Jully Itachclor
club of the Pendleton high school anil
their ladles will lo guests this even
iiiK nt an Informal dance for which
Dr. und Mrs. David 11. Hill will be
hosts. About twenty couples will be
KECITAL IS Sl'CCEfS
Pendleton music lovers who attend
ed the recital given by the voice pu
pils of Mrs. S. H, Korshaw, assisted by
Joe Hunsutc, pianist, and Miss Agnes
Mttle, accompanist, enroyea a delight-
tractive country home of Mrs. llinklc'1 nln ot music last night at the
$10. Meter and bound tract Mock
bXana Add. Milton.
T II K SHOP OF BETTER VALUES
ATTEND THE MERCHANTS' AND MANU
FACTURERS' CARNIVAL, MAY 26 AND 27
UMATILLA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
1300 W. Alia
You Should Be Interested
ill nrry Miiiiy jou sk i1. W c arc eiiUcavorlnn to help juu JX'O.VO
Ml.l; In inajii first by elviiig yon IIHH; wortli for your DOI,-
I.AIt; 2nd, by a.k lug oi to l u.s Iti'PAIK your old furniture;
3rd. by eitliu; ou ri-al M IHK K; 4th. we arc III a ltiiMi to supply
mr iiiiflK in cunlpiriri your Imiiih In every detail. We are listing a
ftiw articles here for yon U eniiskbT:
One Ileum if u! I'unml Oak Chlim Closet $:!0.00
Ifa-atilirul Ilbre MatilnK. l.- yd. value, yard "hi
thie Mini's Eye Maple Writing Dek $12.50
One S-Nciliini oiiu I look t'onipk-te S 10.00
ltlIS Tin Onneo Wall Tents With Itope I6.5
Ten Ounce Wall Tents with Itie 2:t.50
all Teti Ounce Tarpaulins . $0.00
t'oMT IWrfUMii Wash lloilii-s, iaiTjc si- $:.J5
3i lb. Pure Silk I'loss Itollitl Ixlge MaUresH ...s $17.50
ii Eb. lotion liolletl Ixlge MatU-ess , $8.7o
I SC OI K Kl PAIIt IJEP.MtTME.NT.
Yours for SitvIi,
Riley & Kemp
tualhy tHir WatcliMonl
Pi lot IV ill
ISatisfa4kifi Our .VI in
was charmingly decorated with roses
and the affair was most delightful.
Assisting Mrs. Hinkle were .Mrs. C. W.
Kellogg, president of the club, Mrs.
C. ,S. .McNaught, Mrs. A. Hobb. Mrs.
C. K. Itaker and Mrs. George liriggs.
.Mrs. George lioot und Mrs. Don
Campbell formed the committee in
charge of the stage setting and they
secured some old fashioned furniture
which was used most realistically.
The following program will be
placed at the Victrola concert Sunday
afternoon at the County Library:
riddle and I (I'rcd W. Weathly-
Arthur Goodcve) Alma Gliick-l"f-1
.Miiilin' TluoUKh (I'enn) Oscar
Korter Miss You
.MiF.non-l'olonaise (I'm Pair Tita-
tr.a) A audita Galli-Curcl.
Ganlvn of .Memory (Tlieodoro Cur-zon-Itussell
Phillips) Kmilio c Go-
,t the Ilrook (Hcne dc I'.oisdeffre.
op. 52) Tolkf.-en Trio.
Madame Ibitlerflv Simo liiv n..'ii
Come (I'uceini) Knimy Iiestinn.
-Madame lluttcrfly Duct of the
1 1-lowers (Puccini) Kranucs Alda-So-phie
I m. l-'orza Del Dcstino II Regreto fu
:lMiiiMUC Vicato? (VcrUt) Eitrleo
i.aruso-Guiseppe dc Luua.
Martha M'appari lake a Dream
(I'lowtow) Giovanni Martinelli.
-Minuet In G (Padercwski. Op. 14.
no. 1 ) Ignace Jan Paderewskl.
l-aknic Dov'e r lmlhim, i.,n
Hell .Song (Leo Dobbes) l.ulso Tet-1
Itinaldo Lascia ch'io pianga (My
tears shall flow) (Ilandcl) Guisippe
de Luca. .
Kcrenala (Tosti) Nellie Melba.
Poet and Peasant Overture (Von
Suppe) Kou.-as Hand.
MItS. WI.VTKIITO HE II.O.N'onKD
The first social event of the state
convention of the Oregon Federation
of Women's Clubs will be a reception
on Tuesday evening in honor of Mis.
Thomas G. Winter. national presi
dent. The affair will be at the county
library and local clubwomen arc unit
ing In making plans for the evening.
In the receiving line will le Mrs.
Winter, Mrs. E. T. Wade, president of
the Pendleton Women's Club and a
member of the state board of the fcrt-
ration. Mrs. Xorbornc Herkeley, pres
ident of the Current Literature Club.
"is. ',1a IJ. Calluhsn, president of,
the State Federation. Mrs. J. T. !
UicharuHon, president of the Delphian
Club, Mrs. H. W. Dickson, president!
of the Thursday Afternoon Club and '
Miss Cornelia Marvin, state librarian, j
CHILDHE.N TOO AHUIVE
Kudoiph Crommelln, Jr., uge 9, and
Klizabeth Crommelin, aged 7, are ex-1
pected to arrive here about June 10
from Delft, Holland, to make their
' home with their father, Itudolph !
Croniinelin. sr. Mr. Crommelln re- j
eclved word yesterday that the chil
dren had left Holland. Itudoluh and
KII.liI.aO. r,.r,,.,.tr p..ul,l.l l.,.rn ,.A
j are very attractive children. Mr. and
1 Mrs. Crommelin will no to .Spokane to
j meet them.
GO TO PORTLAND
j Mrs. Frank T. Mound ami Mrs. II
K. Wiith will leave this eenlng on the
train for The Dalles where they will
Join Mr. Wiith and continue leinor-
1 row lo Portland by motor.
i UA.Vgt. ET IS PLANNED
! Members of the senior class of the
Pendleton h!gh school are planning a
banquet to Im given next Wednesda)
The program was most pleasing and
Mrs. Forshaw's pupils did excellent
work. Mr. Hungate is a young musi
cian of rare ability and showed h'
self a finished performer, his tcch
nhiue and expression being most un
usual. Miss Little has mastered the!
difficult art of accompanying and her
music added much to the evening.
PICNIC MI CH ENJOYED. I
One hundred pupils and friends of
th6 Methodist, Sunday school are en-
joying; a picnic today at the I matilla j
Indian agency. The day is being spent
in games und at noon a bountiful pic-1
me. Iimcli was served, a great suppn
of ice cream being a feature. The
crowds were taken to the picnic
grounds in machines.
K. of v: TO DANCE
Members of the Knights of Pythias
wiM entertain on Wednesday evening
with an informal dance at Ea'-ilc-Woodman
AT THE BIG TENT TONIGHT!
RAILROAD AND MAIN
35 People 35
PHIL BERG AND ERT HUNT, "ABIE" AND "SLIVERS" IN
"BIFF, BING, BANG."
JoM Like it Sounds. Latest Itclea-c from the ".Ian I in dc Paris" The llroiuluiiy Theatre I(isr. N. Y.
Till; IllGGEST I I N SHOW IN Till: H I ST. Two Hours and rirtccii .Minutes .! I lean I lill ami
t iMXii: tip pitooiiwi i;vi:hy i;vi:m.;.
2. ami SO Cenls A FAMILY SHOW AT FAMILY PltM F.S 2.". 'ind .'.0 Feels
CI KT.YI.N H:i.-
KI-.M.Y'S FAMOI S IIF.MTY CHOUl S t'AKY I IS SYMPHONY OUCHI'STli t
; r s
John Hitter to Klen .lucarciikn i
$30. Meter and bound tract in Kec.
3, Tp. 5, N. U. 35.
T. A. Williams to Hannah K. Mel-
ert $100. East 43.55 feet of It' 12,
lil"ck i, Vincent.
June Amersin to 1-Minund I). Kob-
liins J.Mion. Meter and hound tract in
HE 1-4 SK 1-4 Sec. 1. Tp. r, N. It.
11. F. Gibson to C. C. Davis 1 i " I
Mete and bound tract in NW 1-4 SE
1-t Sec. 1, Tp.
William Anderson to H. H. Harris
?.1ion. Mete and bound tract Plock 2, .
Irelnnda Add. Milton.
Walter It. r.rooke to C. H. Ilowland
Your House is the Heart
of the World
These Are Harvest Days
roil Tin: small in vestor
The whole world is bidding for
money at the highest interest
rale in all history.
Today you can get $10 on every
11 c)0 with safety on a certain
high-grade preferred stock
with valuable "rights."
Write for Financial State
ment, Hank References, etc.
J. 11 THOMSON & CO., INC.
120 Liberty St., New York
mm m mm
To sec Mrs. Scott, who
is an expert demonstra
tor and will demon
J. L VAUGIIAN
Electric Supply 'House
Phone 139. 20G E. Court
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.
evening at the Elks club.
wiaajff.pjp.Bi Mine iiwai i n m ftm