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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 6, 1921.
Social and Club News
1IKUK FliO.M LA UltAMUC,
Mr. unit Mm .1. 1.. i 'miner mul sun.
lon Cromer, of Iji Grande, were Pen
dleton Victors eslcrdiiY. Mr. mul
. Mm. Cramer nulled on the niwii train
mill Joined their mm, who motored
here. The three left hist niRlK hy .-into
for Seattle. Mr. Cramer, who in Y.
M. C. A. ilirerlnr nt Iji Grande, .ami
Mm. Cramer will attend the Y. M. C.
A. Hinl Y. V. c. A. conference at Pea
tei k while their son will take military
training at Camp Unia during the
ItKTI'ItN IT.i'M YAKIMA.
Mr. Truman lingers and son. Knl
rrt lingers, returned yesterday from
a motor trip to Yakima, Washington.
While In Yakima they visited Mrs !
ltogers' hrothrr-ln-law, IVinnld Hen-i
ti hoff, miloist with the Klks C.lee Clnh
of Minneapolis, which is making a
concert tour to Is Angeles.
U'.AVB I'd II Ml'.ACHAM.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vaughn and
little daughters. Honn.ivievc and Vira.
left this morning for Moachatn to Join
Mr. Vaughn. During their absence
the Vaughn residence will he occupied
by Mr. anil Mm. James AVilsun.
n.l, RETl'fiN HOME.
Mrs. Arthur Harlow and little
da'ightcr, Helen Harlow, who have
been In Pendleton visiting Mrs. Har
low's parents. Colonel and Mm. James
H. Haley, will return to their home In
llellingham. Wash., on Friday.
VISITORS IX PF.NPJ.KTOX.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. 1 MoKcnnon. Mr.
I mul Mrs. liayinond McKcnnon mul
three small children were Pendleton
visitor yesterday,' en route by mo
tor to Portland from their home in
SPKNO HOLIDAY AT ML'ACHAM.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Todd, Miss Mary
Schnlu and Kar Williams returned
to Pendleton Monday evening uftei
MHiuiniK "ecK-enu ana July 4 a'
Mcachani. Thoy motored to the moun
LKAVK KOU POrtTLAMi.
Mrs. Nellie Cites Williams and lit
tle Virginia Williams who have been
In Pendleton as guests of Mm. Wil
liams' daughter. Mm. 1!. L. Hiirroughs
left today for their home In Portland.
uirrritx from spokaxk
Mr. ami Mrs. Carl llopf mul daugh
ter, Mary Elisabeth Hopf. Mr. mill
Mm. Claude Parr and daughter. Petty,
returned yesterday afternoon from a
visit to Spokane.
MRS. GREGORY HERE.
Mrs. Florence Gregory, who has
been spending the summer at Leh
man Springs. Is in Pendleton for a few
days and Is the guest of Mrs. George
ARE AT LONG PEACH.
Mm. L. A. Oruikslumk and two sons
are nt Long Reach spending the sum
mer in the Crulkshank cottage.
WET) AT PARSOXAGE
Mrs. Hazel Van Vleep, of (-"cattle,
and Albert Wilbur Merry, of fWcston,
HOPF'S IPSIAIFS SHOP
Every skirt in the shop
included in this SPECIAL
SILK SKIRTS, NOVELTY WOOL
PLAIDS, WOOL STRIPES, ETC.
See them while the selections
vore iinitM in marriage last evening
it the rsouage of the Haptlst church
with llev. W. H. Cox officiating. The
rinit ceremony was used.
Miss Pryphena Fulton, of Seattle,
sister of the bride, was maid of honor
an J Jack Yenag una best man. The
1 ride wore a smart frock of blue
taffeta with hat to match. Her cor
sage boiniuet was of pink sweet peas
ind maiden hair fern. Mr. and Mrs.
Merry will make their home in Weston
where Mr. Merry is engaged in farm
ing. PIONEER LADIES MEET
The Perdlrton Pioneer 1,-idies' Club
met yesterday afternoon in the county
library club room with .Mrs. IH. S. Gar
field, Mrs. Agnes Stillman, Mrs. Ilosp
Campbell, Mm. John Vaughnn, Mrs
Ilenjaniin Ilurroughs, Mm. Ijiura
Tweedy, Mrs. Kim Morton, Mrs. E. W.
AicComas and Mrs. Dines Turner as
Mrs. W. X. Matlock and Mm. Hopper
danced a few of the steps popular In
days gone by. and Mrs. Nellie Gates
Williams, of Portland, who has been
'n Pendleton as the guest of her
daughter. Mrs. P.enjaniin I Pur-
roughs, played selections. Mrs. Louise
Umipkin, Mrs. K. J. Murphy nnd Mrs.
Matlock sang old-fashioned songs ,in
During the ten hour, Mrs. Matlock,
who is past president of the club,
poured at a table charniingly decorat
id in pink sweet peas and Shasta
daisies. About thirty-fivo ladies, In-
ludini members and guests, mere
VISIT AT M EACH AM
Among Pendleton people who spent
July 4 at Meacham were Mr. and Mrs.
Finley Oraybeal, Gerald Graybeal, C.
A. Crabtree, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
ritman, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Todd, Miss
Mary Schultz. Eurlo Williams. Jess
Cates, Joe Ormnli. Miss Sydney Som
merville, Miss Evelyn Sonimervillc,
Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Slushcr, Miss Vera
Temple, Henry Judd, Mr. and Mm.
Frank Crnnin. Mr. and Mrs. George
Fell, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Andreas, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Boyd, Mr. and Mrs.
Christensen. Stuart Christensen, Miss
May Louise Christensen Miss Mary
loan, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sloan. Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Gillanilers, Miss Marie
Earl, William Chelf, Mr. and Mrs. Al
fred Smith, Ross Carney and Charles
HERE FROM WALLA WALLA
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin and
son, Port Martin, and Mrs. Ellen Da
venport, are Pendleton visitors who
motored here from Walla Walla to
day. They were joined here by little
Miss Aillarose Martin, who has been
visiting in Iji Grande and who will
accompany the party home to Walla
Walla this evening.
SOCIETY WILL MEET.
The Women's Missionary Society of
the First Christian church of Pendle
ton will meet tomorrow afternoon In
the pastor's study. Mrs. C. W. Mat
thews, leader of division Xumber U
will be In charge of the program.
THE SHOP OF BKTT K R VAIFK8
This Saturday and all week until next Saturday, one
full size cake of the new Klenzo Toilet Soap FREE with
each purchase of a new, large family-size, 50 cent tube
of Klenzo Dental Creme.
KLENZO TOILET SOAP is pure, cleansing and sooth
ing to the skin. Gives a thick, creamy lather and leaves
the aromatic, deep-woods scent of pines.
KLENZO DENTAL CREME makes the teeth white
and shining, the mouth clean, and leaves that Cool, Clean,
Klenzo Feeling. Giant, new 50 cent tube contains enough
Klenzo to brush your teeth twice a day for nearly four
Most families use dental creme and soap fast. Why
not save by getting several tubes and cakes now? You'll
have to get them soon enough. Remember the date
SATURDAY, JULY 2nd
up to and including Saturday, July 9th. Orders reserved
by phone, if you wish. It's a very big economy, and peo
ple buy shrewdly these days. Better make sure of yours.
THE PENDLETON DRUG CO.
t CHAUTAUQUA DAYS, JULY 10 to 16
Baker's Fresh Grated, in cans
Dunham's, 1 lb. package .....
Schepps, 1-4 lb. package
Dromedary, 1-4 lb. package . .
BUY YOUR FRUIT THIS WEEK FOR
Remember Chautauqua Next Week.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phonei 23 Only 1 Quality the Bet
TOLL OF MEN'S SIGHT
WILL GO TO CHICAGO.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Kempton. of
Long Beach, California, who have
been In I'ctlnlcton as the guests of
their son. W. C. Kempton. will leave
on Monday for Chicago. They will re
main there until February..
MATRONS IN CITY.
.Mrs. It. K. TSean, of I.'mupino, Mrs.
D. C. Sanderson and Mrs. C. H. San
derson, both of Krccwater, are amonar
the out-of-town matrons who arc
shopping in Pendleton today.
UKTritX FTtOM IIKIiMISTON'
Mr. and Mrs. R. Alexander, who
sncnt (he Iitirrh nf Tnlv viutt!tr tti.lr t .
daughter, Mrs. E. P. Dodd. of JIermis-!
ton, returned to Pendleton yesterday. I J
S..V FllA.VCISCO, July 6. (I. X.
S.) Short skirts and silk-clad ankles
of women have distorted men's eye
sight unt'l now 90 per cent of the
male population is afflicted with the
strangcest of new optical diseases,
which science has designated, for the
purpose of Identification, as "ocularis
dclectare." Furthermore, short skirls
are said to be the cause of many traf
fic accidents which occur today.
At least that is the information
from Dr. K. C. Augustine, president of
the American Optomctric Association,
who has discovered the new affliction.
Age apparently has nothing to do
with the disease, for both old and
young will suddenly, like a bolt from a
clear sky, bo stricken. Dr. Augustine
claims that many aro stricken while
crossing the street both pedestrians
and automobile drivers.
The following diagnosis by Dr. Au
gustine discloses the symptoms of the
"The male of the species, thus af
fected suddenly loses all sense of time
and place home or otherwise. His
vision, distorted, is entirely filled with
silk-clad ankles, and he bumps into
other pedestrians, or his car hits an
other machine, or his street car crash
es into something or the other that it
"So far science has found no cure
for this," says the specialist.
So common is the affliction that op
tometrists all over the country aro dis
cussing It at various state conventions.
"Ocularis dclectare," translated Into
I'.iigiisn means to 'lure tho eyes
away." according to Dr. Augustine.
Pi-miuiH'tit Musi'iilar Slrvngtll can
not exist where there Is not blood
strength. Young men giving atten
tion to muscular development should
l:car this In mind. Hood's Sarsaparil
la gives blood strength and builds up
tho whole system.
An overbearing Valencia nrgango
tree, which Is destined to revolutionize
the ornnge Industry, has been dis
covered by horticulturists In a srove
nt Tampa. The tree Is about fifteen
years old and has been bearing con
tinuously eight years and apparently
authentic records indicate that at no
time during that period has It failed
to have fruit and blossoms nt all stages
of maturity. Kverbearlng Florida
lemons have been common for many
A Fresh Lot
LARGE SIZES, 38, 40, 42
Women are certain to be enthusiastic about these
Frocks which feature all the lovely fabrics and styles
of a lavish summer. This shipment came in late and
will go on sale tomorrow at 1-4 off regular price.
PIMPLES AND BOILS
Tou should regard these out
breaks as danger signals. They are
a sure sign something is wrong
within. Look to your blood at
once. The poisonous impurities
hare collected in your circulation
until the danger point has been
reached. Start right now, today,
to purify your blood with S. S. S.
For Special Booklet or for indi
ridual advice, without charge,
write Chief Medical Advteor,
S S.S. Co., Dep' 1432. Atlanta. Qa.
. Cat 5. S. S. at your drugtiet.
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
sulation find out how many
walls there are.
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.
CRAWFORD FURNITURE GO
IOS E. COURT ST.
The Standard Blood Purifier
QUALITY PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
East Oregonian Printing Department.
LADIES AID TO MEET
Tho Lndios Aid of the liaptist
rhurch will meet tomorrow in the west
room of the church. The mcetini? Ih
for the purpiiHe of transacting bunineHs
and has been called for 2:30.
GULF OIL EMPLOYES ARE
AND OTHER NECESSITIES FOR THE
Good weight Khaki Shirts $1.25
2-piece Summer Underwear, suit $1.25
A good Russett Shoe for $5.50
Regulation Army Russetts $7.00
O. D. Army Blankets $4.75
Gray Army Blankets $3.25
5-lb. All Wool Double Blanket $8.50
4-lb. AH Wool Double Blanket $7.00
Many other little odds and ends at a price you
Army & Navy Sales CO.
546 Main Street,
IIOCSTO.V, Tex., July 6. (I. .V. H.)
Advices of the Gulf Oil company re
ceived stated two of its employes,
Kalph Maroncy and Gus GIrouard,
were killed and M. M. Winston was
wounded in a holdup at Tampieo.
Mexico, iiobhery was the botivo.
M M t M t t MM
FOR BUSY HOUSEWIVES
I'oor rubbers arc at the root of
much of tho Borrow and failure
In homo canning. .Never use
poor rubbers and never, no nev-
er, use old rubbers no matter
how cooil they look or how wmr
you feci, when eann'iij; veseta.-
bb'S and meats ofiny kind.
What is meant by good rub-
bers? Good rubber rings ure not
necessarily white, red or black.
One way of textiiiK a rubber Is to
sliiteh the ring all round the
edge and then lay it on a fresh
unstrctched rinir. The stretched
ring should have sprung buck
so as to bo of exactly the size of
the unstreti.hed one. Another
test Is to fold the ring and press
between thumb and finger at the
fold. If the rubber cracks or if
the crease remains, the rubber
should be discarded if It Is to be
Ured In running meals or vpjjeta-
bles. It is eeonoinv to throw
i aay a dozen or more rubber
rings as compared with throw-
lug away canned foods. Canned
foods represent not only money
I but time, fuel and precious hu
man energy as well. When the
houbewlfe loses canned goods,
she often loses courage as well
and will not try again. E. V. D.
Taken by llic United States Corps, showing 1st, 2nJ, 3rd, 4lh, 42nd and 91st and
Flashes of Action
Taken on Battlefieds of Europe
Actual battle scenes, such drives as Chateau TJiicry, Soissons, Aisne, Manic, St.
Mihicl and Meuse-Ari:onnc.
These marveJous films secured by Stale Department of American Legion of Or
egon and shown to you under auspices Pendleton Post No. 23, American Legion.
Friday, July 8 Saturday, July 9
Admission: Children 25c; Adults 55c, Tax Included. , .