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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OEEOOH,
SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 25, 1021.
Social and Club News
MRS. TK1.I. HOSTESS
.For th f inn I m'liir of th Klvrj
!) NwellMmft Ohil thin yrnr. Mm,
William Toll wa hunt cm yritorclny nl
br horn. rurinr the first hiitirs of;
MISS ItADRR IS VISITOR IMUS. HOYDEN HONORED.
Miss HhzpI Rudor, formerly of IVn- I Hoiiorinif Mrs. .Mary hnyuVii, who
dl'ior, as a visitor in the city last with l'r. uml Mrs. Uuy lloyiUn will
t vMiinn 'n route from Berkeley, Cwli- leave soon for T'ortluml to make lier
forniu. to Walla Walla. Miss Raler. home. .Mis. ,1. J. Ilamley ami .Mrs. J.
the afternoon, twelve itarments were , v ho was formerly a memher of tho j" r,SI "'' were hostesses yesterday
rompleted for the Wnverley Hr.hyi niversity of ( reon faculty, is tiowjmorn'"K for a deliKhtt'ul breakfast at
llotn. instructor of physical trainlne In oneilne Ilamley home on Jackson street.
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"i - , u iip uir r" it. in ... i j ii l l n III,, ll li lliK'ia "I IWI . i
Nellie chisholtn nnd Mrs. Alex Mann-
lr carried off the prises in a unique i MISS ROW MAN WEDS j
rnenslnn contest. The rooms of tnt Announcement of the marriajra o: j
Tell home were attractively decorated Miss Palom.t Howmnn, formerly of ;
with ianterhnry l.eils nno roses. Mrs. j l'emlleion. and V. r. Peterson, were
Pred Hrown. of P.rei'cewooil, and Miss j received in Pendleton yesterday. Miss
P-dna Iteinlng assiste,! the hostess in I owncin was graduated from Pen
crvlim. Idleton hish school in 191S and is
Mm Nelly Morton, of Newherg, a
charter memher of the elnh w ho is In
1'endiwon 8 the Sliest of Mrs. Ed
Morton, was nmonc the guests nnd
ft hern were Miss Mary Ritner, Port
land; Mr. Znne Ijinsdale, Mrs. Ed
Morgan, Mrs. Edmund Mabie, Miss
lveininir. Mrs. Manning, Mrs. Ohisholm.
.Mrs. yrel Hronn. of (Ireecewnnd; Mrs.
Anna Siorie, Mrs. Arthur Perry nnd
Mr. Henry Tenny.
MISS PHKl-PS lfETPRNS
Miss Margaret Phelps has returned
from Euicene where she attended Uni
versity of Oregon durum the past
year. Miss Phelps has completed the
junior work and will he graduated
ni'SY PEEiS NOT TO MEET
The Rusy Pees of the Maccahees will
popular in Pendleton. The ceremony
took place in Salt Kike.
RETPP.N FROM SEATTLE
Thomas Thompson and daughters.
Miss Edna Thompson and Miss Kath
erine Thompson, returned yesterday
hy auto from Spittle. Miss Katheriiv
Thompson was graduated from Uni
versity of Washington and .Mr. and
Miss Thompson were In Seattle for
WILL LEAVE FOR PORTLAND
Mr. nnd Mrs. I E. Penland will
leave on Monday for Portland nnd the
Willamette Valley for an Indefinite
stny. They will make the trip hy mo
tor. (IPE-STS IN CITY
Mr. and Mrs. George Ronnell, of
rot meet on Tuesday, as was planned, j Marietta, Iowa, are Pendleton visitors.
Th meeting ha been indefinitely They are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
postponed. I E. S. Evwin.
HOCK'S I! I'STAIBI S II O I
SUITS, COATS, SILK DRESSES, SPORT
APPAREL AND BLOUSES.
On All Spring Apparel.
You cannot afford to overlook this sale.
Pink roses centered the table and 111 !
the living: room yellow and white flow- ,
ers were effectively used. Quests, ;
besides Mrs, Hoyden were Mrs. P. .1. !
liegeman, Mrs. I!. W. ("oiitts, Mrs. i
Anna Storio, Miss Mary Ritner, of
Portland, Mrs. .1. McMoiiies, Mrs. 1
Alice Munro nnd Mrs. Kenneth 'Me- ;
HOME FROM" NEBRASKA ;
Mrs. Grace PuRcis and daughter, !
Genevieve, uvho have been visiting in
Nebraska, have returned home. Mrs.
P-iPojs is a teacher in the school nl i
Adams and will attend the normal in '
MISS PROERSTEL HERE !
Miss Dorthy Proebstel who has been '
a student at the normal school at j
Monmouth during the past year, from
v. here she was graduated this June, !
returned to her home last night.
MISS HAM LEY IN" SEATTLE
Miss Gladys Ilamley, who recently
received her diploma at University of
Washington, will remain in Seattle for
the summer. She is engaged in Y. W.
C A. work on the campus.
WILL RETURN TOMORROW
Mrs. George PerinRer is expected to
return tomorrow after a visit to Port
land. Her daughter, Mrs. John Dolph,
will remain for two weeks.
EXPECTS TO RETURN SOON
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Lnutz, who nre
away on an extended motor tour, are
expected to return here soon. They
are now In Florida.
RETURN FROM TRIP
Mr. and Mrs. Ihirton Greulich have
returned from a fishing trip to the
Make it your business to
see us WE SATISFY!
Now is the time to buy your Groceries for
Harvest. Be sure and come in anl get our
prices before you buy. '
QUALITY GOODS AND RIGHT PRICES
Most complete stock of Groceries in Pendle
ton to pick from.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phone 28 Only 1 Quality the Bet
ing some one In the store the would he
A number of Pendleton high school
i Mudents were visitors at the home
ranch of Roll and Gerahline Morrison.
Those who motoied up were Cyril Me.
Atee, Eleanor IHiuglas, Ruth Douglas
and Via MeAtee.
.Miss Gwendolyn Mclntyre of Helix
v.as the guest of Rachel Rams of Pen
ral school problems, methods In read
ing, arithmetic .language, etc., for pri
mary, intermediate and grammar
grades, public school music, art and
In addition to the above, special
courses of an advanced grade will he
given by E. 1. Keezpl, Professor of
Education at Whitman College. These
courses will include Educational Psy
dleton and came to Adams Friday and j ch,; y ,m, Klhual Tests and
! w" Bl'8t "f M,s' chnrles hnau Measurements, and are designed for
icr tnt wick ran- ... I normal graduates and those who may
Miss Reulah spencer returned to her I (loMli e ,,.,,,, W(jr of lhis .
lioiuo in Auaius aucr .siit'iium uiri
past winter months In Pullman at
lending Washington State College.
Mr. and Mrs. I U Lieuallen and
THE SHOP OP BETTER VALUES
Is Your Skin Tender?
Is Your Beard Tough?
Even if your skin is sensitive and your beard wiry you
can get a cool, comfortable ?have every day. Use the
Auto Strop Razor the razor that sharpens its own
Built right into the frame of the Auto Strop Razor is a
remarkable self stropping device, simple and efficient,
which renews the fine, keen edge of the Auto Strop blade
day after day. 500 cool, comfortable shaves are guaran
teed for each dozen blades.
We sell them on a THIRTY DAYS TRIAL. No money
down, just take it home and try it for 30 days.
CENTR ALIA, Wash., June 25.
Mrs. Marion Howell, who lipped the
police to the fact that Roy Gardner,
California mail robber, was at her ho
tel, and Patrolman Louis Sonny, who
arrested the bandit, both claim the
$5,(100 reward which, they understand
is offered for Garndenr's arrest. The
postoffice department, however, de
clined to pay any reward. One hun
dred dollars, to Ue tpvideri between the
two, may be paid by the department
U. P. PRESIDENT AND
. PHILIP JACKSON SEE
THOMPSON'S DRUG STORE
BERIN. June 2.ri.- (U. P.) W. W.
Hawkins, president of the United
Press, was given a cordim inception
today at the office of Chancel, ir
Wirth. The two had a long conversa
tion and later Hawkins attended a
meeting of the Reichstag as Wirth's
Minister of Reconstruction Rathe
nan will receive Hawkins at his office
Hawkins was accompanied by Phil
lip U Jackson, of Portland, Oregon.
daughters Doris and Iena are motor
ing to their mountain ranch today to
cook for the men there for a short
Mr. and Mrs. T. Doan of Ukiah
are the proud parents of a baby hoy
horn Tuesday evening. Mrs. Doan is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Damp.1 of Adams. Mrs. Dames left
today to be with her for the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Pert Kirby were call
ed to the home of her father on ac
count of illness.
Miss Rebecca Kempler accompanied
her uncle and aunt to Ashland to visit
I lor a snort time.
Mr. and Mis. r,!ock r.f Culhory,
California were the guests of Mrs.
Eertha Kempler Sunday.
Mrs. Chacley Shaltz nnd children
and Mrs. Carl Christian motored to
Mrs. Pain. Mrs. Kcne and Lola Kene
of Athena motored to Adams Friday.
(. M. Kice of Milton motored to
Mr. and Mrs. Christian of Milton
are the guests of their daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. L. L. Lieuallen.
Adolph Farrow was in Adams today
from his ranch.
Daniel Kempler and Lloyd Inuian,
motored to Pendleton Friday.
Joe Cantrel was in from his ranch
leading to graduation from college.
Through arrangement with Whitman
College, credit earned In these courses
will be accepted hy that institution.
This work will likewise be accredited
at the University of Oregon.
First IVrlcr K:(l(l-8: 1.1
Music Fundamentals, 5 Miss Mc
Nanghen. Rural Problems. 2 Mr. Green.
Physcal Ed. Primary Miss Hales.
Elementary Physchology. 5 Mr.
Second Period H : 50-9 : S.V
School Management, 3 Mr. Inlow.
Hnral Problems, 1 Mr. Green.
Educational Psychology, 4 Mr.
Ijingitnge Methods, Primary Mrs.
Heading Methods, Intermediate
Arithmetic, Advanced Miss Rush.
Aswlnhly KxerHe. ft. IS-10: 1,"
Third Pvritxl 10:20-11:05
School Management, 2 Mr. Inlow.
Drawing, Hardwork. 4 Miss Ragon.
Music Methods, Primary 6 Miss
Number Methods, Primary Mrs.
language Methods, Intermediate
; Miss Houx.
I History Methods, Adanced Miss
! Fourth Peri.xl 11:05.11:..
Drawing. Handwork, 3 Miss Ra-
June Clearing Sale
The June Clearing Sales to which to many women
look forward are at hand. The same remarkable values
which in former years have made clearing: sales Such op
portune buying periods are again featured. To insure
disposal well within the period of their eeasonableness
each article has been repriced radical enough to make im
mediate clearing inevitable.
See Friday's ad for price list.
Bert Lahadore and Mrs. Masenas r.nticaiionai rsycnoiogy,
motoied to Adams today. : iveezel.
.Mr. Burkman drove to Adams today. I Heading Methods, Primary' Mrs.
Si: OM ANNUAL
(East Oregonari Special.)
ADAMS, June 25. Attempted rob
herv on Wednesday night of the store
of Mrs. Bertha Wembler, was prevent
ed in time avoid loss. Several men
were at the back door and in remov
ing the heavy barr which fastens the
door made some noise which awakened
David Kembler, who sleeps at ' the
store. David saw the flash of a flash
lissht and immediately went to the
hone and called his mother. Hear-
(Contlnned from page 1.1
W. V. Green, superintendent I'ma
tillii county schools Rural School
Miss O. Eldora Ragon Oregon Xor- I
ma I School Ait.
Miss Eugenia McN'aughten. music
Supervisor, McMinnvillc, Oregon
Miss Virginia Hales, Oregon Nor
mal School Physical Training.
Miss Delia Rush, Principal Lincoln
School, Pendleton Seventh and
Eighth Grade Methods.
Miss Kate L. Houx. Oregon Normal
School Intermediate Methods.
.Mrs. Clara Pratt, Supervisor Teach
ers' Training, Crook County High
school Primary Methods.
The regular norma! school courses
offered will he the same as are given
at Monmouth, with the same credit
allowed therefor. These will include
physchology, school management, ru-
I Arithmetic Intermediate Miss
Grammar Methods, Advanced Miss
.Voon Intermission. 1 1 :""-1 ::!0.
Fifth Period, I :i0-2: 15
Pfycholoby, Klein., Mr. Keerel.
Music. Fundamentals, 1 Miss Mc
MisiClaneoits Methods, Primary
Miscellaneous Methods, Intermedi
ate MIsji Houx.
Reading Methods, Advanced Miss
S xth Period. 2:20-3:0.-..
Advanced Physical Ed. Miss Hales.
Drawing Fundamentals, 7 Miss
Music Methods, Pr., 2 Miss Mc
Educational Tests. " .Mr. Keezcl.
Ketonth; Period, :t:0O..1:.V,
Playground Games Miss Hales.
Drawing Fundamental, 6 Miss
Educational Tests, fi Mr. Keezel.
WE HAVE PURCHASED THE EXCLUSIVE AGENCY
Planet Sub Tires
which are manufactured in Los Angeles, for both Uma
tilla and Walla Walla counties.
We absolutely guarantee to double your tire mileagre
on any tire (new or old) ; also guarantee you against
punctures and blowouts under all sort sof road conditions,
for a cost of about 1-3 the price of a new casing.
Would be pleased to have everyone investigate with
out obligation at our shop, 809 Garden street, next Wil
lard Service Station.
Jewett & Dimick
ABOUT THIS TIME 0' YEAR
Just received a nice shipment of Rockers and Beds
and prices in accordance with conditions. This means
money saved if you need anything in this line. We also
quote you a few prices below on articles we are selling
every day as money savers.
8x10 . 8 ounce tents, only $11.00
8x10 10 ounce tents, only $12.50
Enameled Ware at 1-2 price 1920 market
Galvanized Tubs at least 50 per cent off
Plain White Dishes, Cups and Saucers, set $2.00
Plain White Dithes, Plates, set $2.00
Lt't us do your repair work.
Yours for Service
Riley & Kemp
ifuulHf Our Wnlt'liword Satisfaction Our Aim
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