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DAILY EAST 0REG0N1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 5,1021.
Social and Club News
LEAVE FOIl I'OIITLAND
Mr. and Mr. Aaioii ;iah:tm mul
111 t If daughter. Luetic A rli-iiv, aiTi'iii'
punlcd t,y Mr. Crahuni s sister. Miss
1 1 1 1 1 It Itocis hk3, of Portland who has
been H guest III Pendleton, If ft ester
day for I'm tliiml. Mr and Mis.
Crahiim will go In Silver Uikc where
they Imvn been culled liy Iho illness
f Mr. (Jriihiiin'n mother, tm their
I turn, they will visit in Portland with
irlnllvm mid friend.
During her Klay In Pendleton Miss
ltiif kwoc.il was a guest of Mis. tJeurse
Kkdep.atii . is Discission
Clubwomen of t'lnutilla county ar
Interested in (he discussion of u conn
1y federalloli of women's clubs. Plans
nrc very tcntathe but Ihe clubwomen
have lecn considering the matter and
lit a meeting of Weston, Athena. Mil
ton mid Frcrwntcr clubwomen in Mil
foil last week Mrs. K. T. Wade, prcsi
dent of the l'enilleton Women's n
end a director of the Oregon 'Stale
Federation, explained the county fod-j
Among the I'luatilla comity federat
ed clubs ale those In Pendleton, Athe
na, Weston, Fieowatcr, Milton, IMlot
Hook, rmatilla, Slanfield and others.
According to Federation rules, each
federated clnli of twenty-five members
is entitled to two delegates at conven
tion, while the Allotment for fifty
members is three delegates and for one
hundred mouther, four delegates. The
county federation "would provide a
and Mrs. llunot will make their home
In Vimitillu county.
W EDDING IS SOLEMNIZED
I Of Interest to the many Pendleton
i friends of Allen R. Simpson, formerly
of Pendleton, now of 1'ortlund, Is the
I I cws of his marriage to Miss Oertrddc
j Morrison, of 1'ortlund, In that city
Tho ceremony took plneo in tin
closer affiliation of I'matiUa count i evening at the home
cluliWoinen. and according to thoso I
who favor the plan, will aid in carry-
ing out various beneficial propecta foi I
the towns and the county.
WED IN PENDLETON
Miss lilu K. Campbell and Fred
Hunot, both of this county, were united
in marriage Sunday afternoon tit 1
o'clock at the Christ U-.n parsonage,
liev. W". A. tlrcssnian officiating. Th
t in; ceremony was used.
'Ih attendants were Mr. and Mrs
Dean S. Hesl. A number of relatives
and friends were present at tho wed
ding. After a brief wedding trip, Mr.
Center of Beautv Moves South
L S, V -J--I l is L
f 'M . A . v
The center of beauty ts shifting southward. At least this t the de
duction from the appearance of southern beauties an models for porters I
nd magazine rovers, where northern iirls used to predominate- So a
yptcal southern beauties art shown here Above, Miss Eugenia B ink
head, daughter of Senator Eankhead of Alabama. Below, left to right, Mrs.
Robert McCallen, daughter of Senator Carter Class of Virginia, MJss
Margaret Harding, daughter of W P G Harding of the- Federal Resena
Board, wbmv home ts in Alabama, and Mis Mary Hone of Kentucky
HOI F'S UFSTAIPS SHOP
SUITS, COATS, SILK DRESSES, SPORT
APPAREL AND BLOUSES.
On All Spring Apparel.
Yon rannol afford lo overlook this sale.
of tho bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira 11. Morrison
ith Rev. J. C. Morgan, officiating.
The bride, who was given bi marriage
by her father, looked charming in a
wedding gown of wh;to crepe-de-
chine. Her sister, Miss Hcssle Morri
son, was aitaid of honor und was
gowned In a smart frock of white or
gandy. Frank Simpson was best man.
The bridal party entered to the
strains of Lohengrin's wedding march,
played by Miss Luella Rogers, of
Nampa, Idaho. Preceding the cere
mony Miss Margaret Lenore, ot Nam
pa. sang "O Promise Me," and during
ihe exchange of vows, '1 Lovo Von
Four little maids, Uarbara Harvey
of Pendleton. Margaret Morrison,
Dorothy Morrison and Jane Rohrer.
all of Portland, wearing fluffy frocks,
were flower girls and wee Eloisc Mc
Askill was ring bearer.
Pendleton people who were guests
for the wedding were Mr. and Mrs.
Fremont Harvey, children Parbara
and Harold. Manuel Fricdly, Juaulta
Frledly. A. R. Simpson and Mrs. Floyd
W. Kendall of La Grande.
After a short wedding trip, Mr. and
Mrs. Simpson will make their home In
MISS STAN FIELD FETED.
(no of the charming dances of the
season was given by Mrs. Robert N.
Slanfield Monday night at the Port
land Heights club in honor of her
daughter, Miss Rarbara Stanfield. The
clubhouse was banked with fresh ma
ple. Orange grapo and Indian paint
brush. Orange and yellow balloons
floated about the ceiling and Japan
ese lanterns, were strung about the
porch and grounds. More than 10U
of the younger set were present.
VISIT LEHMAN SPRINGS.
Among the Pendleton people who
spent the week-end and Fourth of
.July at Lehman Springs were Mr. and
Mrs. G. M. Morrison, Rollo Morrison,
Miss Geraldine Morrison. Mr. und Mrs.
P. T. Hales, Miss Rena Hales, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Temple, Mr. and Mrs.
George La Fontaine. Miss Cecelia
Cunningham. Miss Marjorie McMon-
i lcs. Miss Alberta mcmomos. Miss .Mar
jorie Boyle. Miss Marion Ross, Miss
Marjorie Ireland, Mr. and Mrs. L. .1
MVAtee. Mr and Mrs. L. C. Scharpf,
Rudolph MolliuDr, Thomas Murphy,
Philo Rounds, James Bowler, Cecil
Cole, John Simpson, Edwin Kirtlcy,
David Swanson, Lloyd McRae. Allen
Folsom. Colonel Charles W. Furlong,
James Sturgis, Dr. and Mrs. I. LT. Tem
ple and family, Mrs. V. A. Storie.
Miss Mary Ritner, Roy Ritner, Mr.
and Mrs. "Edmund Mabie and Mr. and
Mrs. K. G. Warner.
MRS. ERWIN IS HOSTESS.
Mrs. S. F. Edwin was hostess on
Friday afternoon for an informal
party in honor of Mr. Erwin's mother,
Mrs. George Ronnell, of Marietta,
Ohio, who is here as the guest of her
Roses and sweet peas were plcas
ingl used as a decoration. In a pro
gressive peanut game, Mrs. Floyd
Haskell and Mrs. Louise Lampkin
were prUe winners. Tho hostess
served delicious refreshments during
the later hours.
Gucts for the afternoon were Mrs.
Ray Flnnell, Mrs. Rlchey, .Mrs. Floyd
Haskell. Mrs. George Whipple, Mrs.
Frank McNulby, Mrs. Floyd Estop,
Mrs. Einmett Collins, 'Mrs. Jake
Marin and Mrs. Louise Lampkin
ROYAL ANNE AND BING
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phone 28 Only 1 Quality the Be.t
will meet this evening at 8 o'clock in
the Eagle Woodman hall.
TH i: s ii o v o i" it i: t t i: k v a i, v v. s
Goods Priced Right
Means quick sales. This accounts for the good busi
ness we have been enjoying recently.
One slightly used massive Oak Library Table $22.50
One slightly used Fumed Oak China Closet $27.50
One slightly used Birdseye Maple Ladies' Desk $12.50
One slightly used Ivory Writing Desk $16.50
35 lb. Silk Floss Mattresses $17.50
4" lb. Cotton Mattresses $8.75
25 lb. Cotton Pads $7.25
20 lb. Cotton Pads $6.25
Knives and Forks, per set, 20 B. brand $1.50
Butcher Knives, regular size, good grade 75c
And hundreds of useful articles we do not have room
to list here at very enticing prices.
We pay freight or postage on all out of town orders.
Euy your Chautauqua tickets here.
Youri for Service
Riley & Kemp
Qualltjr Our Watchword
batisfactiuu Our Aim
UETI RN FROM CALIFORNIA.
Mr. and Mrs. John Winn, of Adams,
and daughters, Miss Ghcratine Winn
and Lucilc Winn, returned today from
Long Reach where they spent the
winter. They left today ror their
arm home near Adams where they
will spend the summer.
VISITORS FROM PORTLAND
Mr. and Mrs. David I'aquct and lit
tle son, Joseph Paipiet, of Portland,
are Pendleton visitors. They motored
here yesterday and are on their way lo
Casey where they will spend the sum
MR FRAZIER RETCRNS
Mrs. Frank Frazler, of Hillside
Home has returned after spending a
few weeks at College Tlace Sanitorlum.
Mrs. Frazier's health Is much Improved.
STKAXCiK DKATH NOl.VKO
SYRACUSE, N. Y., July 3. (I. K.
S.) Tho strange case of the death of
.Margaret Marie Mors, twelve, on the
day which sho. three days previously,
had predicted, has become known.
Stricken with a severe heart attack
while watching a baseball game the
girl became delirious, during which
state she repeatedly named the day on
which she would die. It was Wednes
day, and on that day Margaret breath
ed her last. In her mutterings during
her delirioum the girl said: "Grand
pa is calling me." Her grandfather
died three years ago.
demonstrated by the graduating class
of 104 young women of Radecllffe Col
lege. Twenty-four occupants ure
shown In a census of occupations.
Thirty-one per cent of the class will
teach; 9 per cent will remain at home,
tho sanio number will take up seereta
rial work; 7 per cent will continuo
study; 6 per cent will enter business
fields; 5 per cent will take up art
work, and others will follow medicine,
music and social work. Four per cent
have already taken up matrimony.
You'll Feel Fine
If you take a good
bath in the morning.
And a good bath means
our better sponges,
brushes and toilet pow
Synol Liquid Soap
'It alariliie the (kin "
Synol relieves skin and
keeps away germs. In
vigorating. Try it.
Comes in cake form, too.
of soaps includes all the
leading brands of fine toi
let and bath soaps.
Wc arc offering an ex
tra large value in big
Regular 15c value, spe
cial 10c cakes $1.10 dozen
HON'S DRUG STORE
ItKlTISlI TO IU lid) 1XH U MOIUi
LONDON", July 0. (I. X. S.) Ten
der forms have been issued by the
British Admiralty for the construction
in privato yards of four new battle
ships, which are to embody all the
lessons of tho war.
MARIU.ViK I NPOPILAIL
BOSTON'. July 5. Teaching and
matrimony are no longer the alterna
tives of the collee woman. This was
BUILD YOURSELF UP
SO AS TO FEEL BETTER
Eat and sleep better, as well as look
better, by taking Hood's Sarsuparilla.
It is au all-thc-ycar-rouud medicine,
good in all seasons.
It purines, enriches and revitalizes
tho blood, creates an appetite, aids
digestion, assists assimilation of the
food you cat, and wonderfully builds
up the whole system. In many cases
it succeds where other medicines lail
to do any good.
If you need. a mild effective cathar
tic, get Hood's Pills.
Ask the salesman who . waits
on you why no air can get in the
refrigerator he has for sale why
no cold inside air can escape.
Ask about the trap and the in
sulationfind out how many
walls there arc.
Ask him how it happens that food odors will mix in
some refrigerators and not in others.
We'd like to show you the Automatic when you're
looking around. The manufacturer guarantees and we
guarantee. That should give you confidence.
Sold on payments if you wish.
103 E. COURT ST.
MISS KTKEVER, KEItE
Miss Elsa Strever. formerly of Pcn
C let-in. who for the past two years hits
made her home in Seattle, Is in Pen
dleton visiting relatives and. friends.
.Miss .Strever will be here for two
weeks before returning to Seattle
where she is employed as stenographer
by the Commercial Impori'.ng Co.
PAItTV VISITS BAKEH
Mr. and Mrs. If. W. 'Graham and
daughter Evelyn and .Mr. and Mrs.
(Harold Wisslcr formed an automobile
party to IJaker Sunday. They attend
ed the motorcycle and automobile
races in that city, returning: to Pendle
ton Monday evening.
Gl'ESTS AT OYVINN HO.M E
Mr. ami Mrs. V. II. Moon were
Fourth of July guests at the home of
Mrs. Moon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
II. Gwinn. They returned to Pomer
oy, Wash., where Mr. Moon is mana
ger for the Pacific Power & Light Co.
N. OF W. TO MEET
The neighbors of Wood-Tuft will
meet tonight at Eagle Woodman hall.
The meeting is the regular session and
will begin at 8 o'clock.
MUX. CAVLVEHM II EKE
Mrs. V. W. Cavlness, arrived In Pen
dleton Saturday and is a guest at the
home of her sister, Mrs. J. F. Hobln
son. She will remain for two weeks.
WILL VISIT MOTHEIt
Mrs. Charles flrownlow left yester
day for Portland -where she will visit
Mr. and Mrs. Alger Fee and Judge
James A. Fee motored to ITtiah yester
day for the L'kiuh celebration.
W.UTKD TILL TUB COWS CAME
"I am indeed glad to write you this
letter. I was a terrible sufferer from
gases in the stomach and colic attacks.
The specialist, our family doctor sent
mo to a doctor In Philadelphia who
gave me no relief, although I took his
medicine till the cows came home. He
finally said I would have to be operat
ed. Luckily I heard of Mayr's Won
derful Remedy then, and although it i
now three years since I took a course
of it. I have never had a symptom of
my old trouble since." It is a simple,
harmless preparation that removes the
catarrhal mucus from the intestinal
tract and allays the inflammation
which causes practically nil stomach,
liver and intestinal ailments, includ
ing appendicitis." fine dose -will con
vince or money refunded. Druggists
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Foil RENT 4 room
ed modem house
Apt. 3, 4H1 Aura.
LOST Black leather purse contain
lug "watch, ring, necklace vicinity
St. George Htotcl reward. He
turn to McCllntock & Simpson.
LOST Saddle and bridle between
liingham Springs and ITmapinc
liberal reward for return to Mrs. Leila
Taylor, 320 Ark St., Phono 036-M.
R. N. OF A. TO MEET.
The ltoal Neighbors
Ciml of Thanks
We with to express our most sincere
thanks and appreciation to the many
kind friends who so generously con
tributed their assistance during our
sad bereavement and loss of our lie
loved husband and father. James
Cornfield. Also to thank them for the
beautiful floj-al offerings.
MRS. JAMES CORNFIELD
MR. AND MRS. F. CORNFIELD '
M ft. AND Mft. E. HI EI
MR. AND MRU. O. T. HANAVAN
MR. AND MRS. F- L BAKER
Tho following described animals
havo been taken up by tho marshal of
tho City of Pendleton, to-wlt:
One dark brown horse, branded M
left t-.tiflc, weight 'JOO pounds; 8 years
Ono black marc, branded P. H. left
stifle, weight 1000 pounds; 10 years
One black horse, stud, branded C. B.
left shoulder, weight 1200 pounds; 3
or 4 years old.
One sorrel horse branded ace spades
on left stifle, stud, weight 1000 pounds;
about 4 years old.
It said animals are not claimed by
tho owners or those entiled to their i
possession, costs and expenses paid
und taken away within ten days from
the date hereof, then at 2 o'clock P.
M. of the ifith day of July, 1921,
tho said animals will be sold to the
highest bidder, at public auction, for
cash, at the City Pound, in said City
of Pendleton, the proceeds of' such
ale to be applied to the payment of
such costs and expenses of making
Dated this r.th day of July, 1931.
A L ROHEHTS. City Marshal.
t a. m. to 6 p. in.
la AU Brandies.
Two Kinds of Women
E know a woman, who when she needs to purchase
necesary things for the home or the family puts on
her shopping costume, dabs a bit of powder on her
nose and sallies forth.
there . chases
another hunting and h-u-n-t-i-n-g. When she
gets home she is j z y and j-a-d-e-d. She feels all mussed up
mentally and physically.
We know another who has learned tho art of reading the
advertisements before she starts out. She finds out what she
wants and where to get it. Then she goes
right to the store that has IT.
In this way she saves time, money and effort and comes
home fresh as a daisy and ready to get friend husband a good
dinner instead of taking him to the cafeteria.
Which one are you!