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DAILY EAST OHEGOiTIAN, PENDLETON, ORECOfl, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 13, 1921.
Special News of Umatilla Co.
OUTBURSTS OF. EVERETT TRUE
DINNER GIVEN FOR
MISS AGNES MEniE
lt Orcgoiuan Special.)
CIKIIANK, Juno 13. Mrs. John
I. Ichiro. vlsued a few days "I' Hullcr
irwk last work.
tsHin Purlo ami children ami Mr.
Helen Hells, who have been visiting ul
I In' Tom I' ell home on miner ciecu
h-fi fur I'f-ndlclfin the last of the week
when- the children will remain with
Mi. Pelt. Mr. Harlow leaving again
lul.ard French and Krank Gilliland
made a trip to I'cndlelon Monday.
Hn.v Montgomery ami wife and
dntlBlilcr Marjory lett Thursday for
V lul Hock w here they attended the
pkn'c at Hint plate Friday when with
Frank June aril wife they motored
to Kilm Sunday to visit their sister.
Mrs. Twig Tcrl. Mrs. Montgomery
will Hiend a few da with his sifter.
Mm Montgomery, it-turning home
Aim. Tot Mangold nnd children and
father. Mr. Chilson. made a trip to Pi
lot Hook Wednesday.
AImhiI 4(1 people gathered at. the
Kly uwrinill Sunday, some br nsing
their himhes nnd Mr. I srlnv prcpsr-
I ii B dinner for them. Among the vis
itors were Mr and Mrs. Karl Simon
l and family. Vein Cat en und wife
Hare YVymoie wife and hahy, and
.Mrs. Chas. Mfltevltt, also tho null
clow and families living there.
Chus. My returned home from IVn
IMII Solhv of I'llot Uork enine Ui
Sunday to the. mill after lumber.
Mil Frank Chapman gave a dipnoi
to about t'l of the'r friends and relu
Uvea Sunday at her home on ISuttei
Creek In honor of her sister, Mi
Airnes Mettie whose marriage to Uoyd
flickert will I an event of the 15ih.
Several of Ihe sheepmen are shear
ing on the creek, Chas. MoDevilt dr.v
lug to the laughcrt ranch on clutter
creek the firm of the week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Ham made u
trip to Pilot Hock Monday.
cat is aiu:fm i j.
IHTTK. Mont., June 13. 'A. l.
A warrant for the arrest of it cat
sworn out here lccently. nnd accord
It'tf t Chief of Police llnrphy the ani
mal 'was ferocious." The complain
ant, a woman, showed a budly in- rat
,-i nriii mat had boon wraulie-l aim
bitten by the villain, lie robbed Ice
boxes, dodged bootjneka and fought
with the r;ghors cats, :t wag said.
The i nimal was given the deafi pen-
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ATHKXA, Juno U.i-Mls,, KiUlierlm
. .oonie aim miss Hand Snpiler.
....vu in uic my Uluriny from Cor
uillla where they uttended o. A. C.
during the past year to spend tho sum
Miss Neva l.aiie of Pendleton spent
the week end In Athena us the guest ol
.nr. ami Mrs. Charles Dudley.
airs. i,uy Hoyden nnd - daughters
.ar and Catherine of Pendleton wore
the guests of Mis. Jtkhard Thomp
Mrs. Philips Yenny of Walln Walla
visited ia tho home of her luirents Air.
und Mrs. WV. n. Taylor Saturday.
At the strawberry festival given h
the ladies of the Methodist church Fri
day evening tZH.in, wus taken In.
Mr. and Sirs. S. A. Karnes were In
tho city from We.sloiv Thursday.
Df. F. I). Watts was a visitor in Wes
.Mrs. Olen Shecly of Wlnlock, Wash.
Is visiting t tho home of her parent
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mclntyre.
Mrs. Willinm Schrlmpf nnd Mrs.
.Minnie De.Peatt. who uttended tho con
vontion ut Condon of the Women of
Woodcraft, returned home Wednesday.
Mr. and "Mrs. Vernon O'llura nnd
dnughier were In tho city from Weston
Mrs. Hlchard Thompson nnd daugh
ters June and Murgnrct were visitors
'n Pendleton Friday.
Miss H.iscl Herr was hostess to the
Ktude Cliih Thursday afternoon at her
home on Third street. P.efreshments
were served by Mrs. D. Scott Fisher
nnd Mrs. Koliert Proiidfit. Club offi
cers elected for the ensuing year are:
Mrs. F. l. Watts, president; Mrs. K.
It. MclCwen,, vice president; Mrs.
Charles Dudley, secretary; Miss IIuzpl
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Triompsoii were
n Athena Tuesday from (iibbon.
nr. and Mrs. J. K. Pnddeley and
Mtiall daughter are here from Callfor
iin to remain a couplp of months.
Mr. and .Mrs. W. o. Rend and son
Velion were In Weston Wednesday
Mrs. Charles N'orris. Miss Velma
Sohuliert, and Mrs. I.ula Head attend
d the St. Joseph's Academy griidua
tion exercises fn Pendleton Thursday.
J. X. Kcott was In the city from Pen
F. s. Lcijrow. nkhard Thompsor
nnd Col. Charles Furlong left Thurs
day menu irtj for tho Drumheller Cral
creek sliKk ranch where they will at
tend a Hound I'p.
The Civic Club held a business ses
sion Tuesday dfternoon, followed by an
interesting program led by Mrs. Henri
Dell, who was assisted by Mrs. F. D.
Watts. Mrs. R. A. Thompson and Mrs.
M. U Watts. Mrs. J. F. Herr. Mbe.
Haiel Herr and Mrs. S. S. Jlult served
el'eiotis refreshments, ' .
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Temple' of
Helix visited In Athena Thursday.
Mrs. Wm. McPherson conducted the
''(h grade examination In the school
building Thursday and Friday.
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Miss Bertha Miirdock principal of
the Twin Fulls high school during the
past year is visiting her sister Mrs.
lul Keen. She Is accompanied by
Miss Harriett Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Coppock and
sons William and Melvin enjoyed a
camping trip at the mountain home ol
Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Chamberlain
in the t'klah district. Melvin Coppock
remained to visit at the Chamberlain
Knights of Pythias memorial ser
vient were held a( tie Mctliodist-Kpls-ropnl
chu. h Sunday evening. Rev.
Omar Stephens, F. It. Hoyd. M. L.
Watts and Marlon Hansell spent, a
couple of days at Blnghnm Springs
lust week. ,
A dunce was given by the Athena
WeiwwAmerlcan Legion Post in the
Athena Opera house Saturday evening.
Patronesses for the occasion were Mrs,
I .eon Lundell nnd Mrs. c. E. Flsk of
Weston and Mrs. Ralph Hnynle and
Miss Pelle Mclntyre of Athena. Mu
y'r was furnished by Fletcher"s orches
nrcd the .Memorial ad-
or, of lower leuiperuturo until finally
thoy reach a pen without uny artificial
To overcome the familiarity with
hiimun beings developec during the ten
days or two weeks In the brooding
houses the last pen Js trimmed thickly
with small trees nud heaps of boughs
to provide hiding places. On being In.
trodnccd into this pen,, officials say,
tho young birds show no Inclination
whatever to lakc to the underbrush,
but arter a few days they lenrn to
work their way Into the brush, to tako
cijver when startled nnd to roost nt
nhlht. About fixe weeks Is reipilred
for the birds to become properly feath
ered ready to take their chances In the 1
woods against hunters.
The stocking of tho woods together
with the natural spread of tho bird In
n few yeirs. officials believe, will go a
long way toward meeting the shortage
or fowl for human consiimpllon In this
state. It Is estimated that shippers In
the south and west niw send 1311,000,
009 worth of poultry Into Massachu
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Walker of I
Tacoma are visiting Mrs. Jennie Bar
rett. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Hutt and daugh
ter Ruth visited friends nt Frccwutcr
Mrs. Maurice Frazier and little
daughter of Milton, visited at thii
home of her parents Mr. and Mrs,
William Pinkcrton last week.
Haynie and Sons have Installed ft
Hobart Steel Cut coffee grinder. The
model is of the latest design.
Dr. Scott Fisher returned from a
trip to Clayton, Idaho Tuesday.
Mr. und Mrs. A. I. Kwas'gart, Miss
Blanche Swaggurt and Wayne and Mr.
and Mrs. George Shcarfl are attend
ing the Hose Festival in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pinkerton and
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pinkerton left by
automobile Wednesday for a visit to
Portland and other valley polnts.
f Mr. and Mrs. Luvols McKwan and
'on are hi Bingham Springs.
. A. B. Steele, traveling salesman for
tho George Laurence Saddlery com
pany of Portland was in the city Wednesday.
MAHSHFIELD, Mass., Juno 13 (A,
P.) incubators aro being used by tils
division of fisheries and game of the
state department of conservation to
provide sprt for the hunters and food
for the people.
On a farm here pheasants, which in
recent years have been growing scarce,
have been hatched in large numbers
by machine and are being cared fur In
steam heated brooders until -they arc
strong enough to strut for themselves.
Then they will be turned loose In vari
ous sections of the state.
Experiments ascertain the feasibil
ity of raising pheasants by artificial
means, have been underway here for
the past two years and this year th
work was started in earnest. About
",500 eggs, some obtained from the
station's brood stock and others from
private dealers, wore placed ill the in
cubators at various Intervals. In tho
course of time 3.S89 chicks were
hatched and transferred to brooders.
As they gain strength they are grad
ually moved from one house to anoth-
Comes, now JIuV Sturgls, authority
on hay stacks, with suggestion for
renaming Cabbage Hil. Jim says the
famous eminence should be called
Ka-baa-ge, with all tho "a's" pro
nounced In the Hostonese fashion:
the accent on the second syllabic and
the last syllabic merely sneezed, as in
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Mrs. Valentine, a widow was nt tho
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house moved as It stands o'n another
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Mt. Cannel I'n Klt.ef ririn
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dence here made a mistake and hook
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(Inly IHintrr in ths World With An I
Dear (ff Ire, Cat (Jut on Jane
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