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DAILY EAST OREQOSTAI?, PENDLETOU, OHEQOW, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 5,1921.
Social and Club News
fcXTEHTAIXMENT GJVUX. , made up to rclircwnt .Mi. Kvetel. I wongs, tola Jokes una ended with an
When Oil n-coml annual 1101 m.il 1 h" of faculty, lie was followed mM fashioned Virginia rod, for which
m houl aiiwied in thin city In Juno, thcj''' the Inslrwtois of the sc hool IniMthcy had been trained by Mrs. Will
lonchem alti'iiding divided thi-mnelve lr8onaud by different members of j Wyrick.
llilo thr'- groum, i oiui'iincl or ap-i,he teacher !uudnt.s an follows: Jlissl Summer Normal closes today und
liroslmately thlrt -five members each. J K"V' Hunt, by Hiss Edythe Boyd; guoribye ure being cut id. The Jeaeh
in order to develop the nocial iietlvllies i Mb Jo' SlcXnuphton by Miss Vlr- (erx huve voted It one of the nuwt de
of the noliool. Kaih dhlHion organ-, Biula Harding; Mix YirgTiun Hales byilightful terms thev have attended.
iv! Alma Davis; 11. iK. Inlow, super- ,
Inlendent of schools was taken off by :iuu tvi I miv imvniik'ii .
Morris Hickenbottom; Mrs j-ratt by j Mrs, Jillms Joh j WAs h
Mixs Mary tnlalc; Miss Kldora Ka-!a, n u,,eHeo. party today at her!
" - , . " ;:, V . 'home, 216 Garden street, which was
Superintendent V. Green by Miss ... ,.,.. ,.,.,.... ..
viuut, ne ot tions. hoiiorinir Mm. h'oluon, t,.h.
whose wedding was a recent society
event In Toi'thind. The table was cen-
Iteii, fJiftcd li president and iiilnnled M
u nume. The first group railed them
selves "The I'pplomisls" and chose as
tlieir leader Miss Ester Marks, tlioup
No. Iw derided to be known as the
"Two Mllers" and Miks Helen Means
wn their choice as bend. Ijint came
'The Veast Cakes'' noted fr their
rising ability and Miss Clair Marks led
them on their way. During the past
six week each one of these divisions
have performed a kiiim"' during the
assembly hour. "The t'eptomists"
put on the organization of a kitchen
orchestra and it was Intimated that
their performance was nui.-y
Margaret Hills. loii Orput, he
Chautauqua fame, was added to the
faculty and was impersonated by Ben
Oerkln. The so-called instructors
were given a singing lesson, staged a
irtock wedding from, the poem "Ben
Ixchinvar" and the following psalm
was adopted as their motto-: "The
normal school is my guide, I shall
rather jwnt no better. It maketh me work
forty eight hours a day; it maketh
The "Two Mllers" dramatiited me roll and tumble in my sleep. Yea!
Huckleberry Finn and the "Yeast though I walk In single blessedness nil
Cukes-' called on the professor to give the days of my life I shall fear no
a music test for selecting soloists for'v'l- My note book and my text book
the opera. So far we have not heard shall comfort me and I shall dwell in
whether any of the pedagogues have the school house forever."
resigned their contracts to follow oth
er lines of work or not.
It evening as a culmination of
the summer session the three depart
ments joined together and staged one
grand finale that will long be re
membered by those who were fortu
nate enough to have witnessed the
JMTformanee. The first part of the
"Wogram created much mirth when
group number one staged "Faculty
Facts." The assembled actors came
onto the stae-e led by llobert Hotich.
tered with a bouquet of. old fashioned
flowers and covers were laid for Mrs. I
J. V. Tallman. Mrs. Julia Itnnkin.
Mrs. Klmer Crow, Mrs. John Polph,
Mrs. Leslie Gibbs, Mrs. Annie Heard.
51 re. Edmond 5lable, 5Irs. William
Lowell, Mrs. Glen Scott, ull ot ren
dition, Mrs. Theodore Arnrelter of
Portland, who is spending the sum
mer as the guest of her parents. Dr.
and 5lrs. F. W. Vincent Mrs Pnlsnm
Tallman, the guest of honor, and the
hostess. Following the luncheon the
iguests spent the afternoon with their
. The Two 5Iilers for their part of i needlework.
the program represented an old fash
ioned flower garden, the young ladies
bein dressed as roses, pansies. sweet
peas, clovers, tulips, and sunflowers,
who presented a "5Iidnlght Frolic."
Dawn came to wake the flowers and
each bunch delighted the audience
with a song.
"An Afternoon in Darkey Town,"
showing the Yeast Cakers in a field of
cotton was the last chapter on the sue.
cessful proirmm. They sans neero
aopvs tPsiAins shop
Will find it to their advantage to visit this
shop if interested in the following items:
51 KS. STAX FIELD IS VISITOK
5trs. Itobert X. Stnnflcld, of Port
land, will arrive in this city Saturday
morning and will be a guest at the
home of Dr. and Mrs David B. Hill.
Mr. Stanfield is a sister of Dr. Hill
and has Just recently returned from
Seattle where she visited with her sis
ter, Mrs. Kelley Broomquist. After a
week's stay in Pendleton Mrs. Stanfield
will return to Portland and be joined
by her daughter, Miss Barbara, who
spent a short time at the Hill home
during the past month, and they will
lu to Washington, D. C. where they
will remain during the winter . with
Senator Robert N Stanfield
SKIRTS up to 829.50, for ... . . $10.00
SUMMER DRESSES. . ... . 1-2 PRICE
SPORT SUITS 1-2 PRICE
MISS CLARK RETfRXS
5Iiss Helen Ciark, who has been In
Madison, Maine, for tho past two
months, where she was the guest ot
her parents, 'Mr. and Sirs. F. W. Clark,
returned to Pendleton Thursday. Mian
Clark Is one of the assistant librarians
at the Umatilla County Library.
MOVE TO SALEM.
The many friends ot Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron Astrll regret to learn that they
are leaving Pendleton and will make
their future home In Salem. Mrs.
Astrll is already In the "Willamette
Valley and Mr. A-strll leaves for their
new home this evening.
; Guaranteed Watermelons
Extra lnrge and still better Melons, pound 04c
Kurrell Gem Cantaloupes 35c to 50c
Home Grown Musk Melons, each 20c
California Cantaloupes 15c and 20c
Kentucky Wonder Beans, pound 15c
Yellow Bantam Roasting Ears, dozen 35c
GREEN GAGE PLUMS
WHITNEY CRAB APPLES
Blackberries, Loganberries and Raspberries
every day. Largest stock of High Grade Fruits
Please order early while the assortment is
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
'3 Phone 23 Only 1 Quality the Beit
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SHOP IS KEDECOUATKD.
Th Kuthcryn Boono Beauty Shop
in the Judd Building is being made
very attractive by the addition ot new
curtains and drapes. Miss Boone now
ius the work room of her shop divid
ed into small rooms with the aid of
white drapes and the whole interior
presents the appearance of very up to
date beauty parlors.
BABY BOY BORN-
Word was received here today that
Mr. and Mrs. (Jus Mallory of Seattle,
are the parents of a baby boy born iu
that city on August K. Mrs. Mallory
will be remembered by her many Pen
dleton friends as Miss Josephine Cam
eron. She is a sister of Mrs. R. W.
Fletcher of this city.
MRS. BOVCE IS HOSTESS
Mrs. Etta Stevens, of Holdrege, Xe
braska and Mrs. Dale Uustavsun, of
Denver, Colorado, will arrive in Pen
dleton today to be the guests of Mrs.
M. J. Boyce at her home. Mrs Stevens
and Mrs. Gustavson have been visiting
In Portland and other points In the
CALIFORNIA VISITORS HERE
Mrs. Laura D. Nash, of 311 Bush
street, has as her guests, Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Bruce of Oakland, California. Mr.
and Mrs. Bruce are enroute home
from a trip to St. Joseph, Missouri. They made tho trip by motor.
Mrs. Bruce and Mrs. Nash are cousins.
RETURX FROM SEASIDE.
Mrs. C. S. Jeraid, sun Bert and
daughter. Miss Leura Jerard. and
Mrs. Jack Sherman, returned lost
evening from Seaside where they have
been spending a few weeks' vacation.
S V. C O N U FLOOR TAYLOK HARD WAKE ULUU.
Free with 50c purchase
Delicious Candy Laxative.
ONE TO EACH CUSTOMER.
MISS BOYD ENTERTAINED '
Miss Ida Boyd, of Pendleton, and
her niece Miss Ida Boyd Womaek, of
Virginia, are visiting in Portland with
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Jackson. Miss Boyd
has been a house guest for the past
week of Miss Rozenc Epple.
MISS TERXEY HOME.
The many friends of
CHILDREN TO DRILL.
Tonigh at half past seven the young
people of the Salvation Army will give
a fancy drill on Main street, preced
ing the annual young people's program
to be given at the army hull at eight
Miss Lillian I
HOME FROM MONTH'S VISIT
,,..ii, i . , i c, f ns. tfi. j . jjoyce, wuo lias ueen
.."'.. .. i. , . I . .. Spending the past month with relatives
and friends as Spokane, Prosser and
Yakima, Washington, has returned to
her home in Pendleton,
Anthony's hospital for the past three
weeks, will be pleased to learn that
she has so far recovered as to be able
to return to her home.
HOME FROM OUTING
Grover Despain, of the Despalq ami
Lee Grocery, accompanied by Mrs. De
spain, has returned from a two weeks'
vacation which wus spent at Lehman
WESTON VISITOR HERE.
Mrs. Heftie Powers, of Weston, war
a visitor in Pendleton Thursday.
Supply is Limited !
Get Yours NOW!
I PENDLETON DRUG CO.
LET US EE YOUR
Gun Powder Tea 40c jj,.
Spider Leg Tea 50c lb.
Alaska Pink Salmon isc caa
Macaroni 12 pounds for $1.00
Pumpkin, No. 2 tins , 3 for 50c
Pineapple, No. 2 1-2 tin 3 for ji.qo
Snow Flake Sodan , 35c package
Household Sodas 75c package
Monopole Maple Syrup 7SC 2 quarts
Peaches. Pears and Apricot 25c can
Quaker Rolled Oats 30c package
Standard Grocery Go.
0 E. Court St
C L, Bunney, I'm.
Same Old Story But a Good One
Mrs. Mahala Burns. Savanna, Mo.,
telates an experience, the like of which
has happened in almost every neigh
borhood in this country, and has been
told and related by thousands of oth
ers, as follows: "I used a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea
Remedy about nine years ago and it
cured me of flux (dysentery). I had
another attack of the same cfotnplaint
I three or four years ago ana a few doses
of this remedy cured me. I have
recommended it to dozens of people
since I first used it and shall continue
to do so for I know it Is a quick and
positive c ure for bowel troubles."
Hot Weather Diseases
Disorders of the boycls are extreme
ly dangerous, particularly during the
hot .weather of tho summer months,
and In order to protect yourself and
family against a sudden attack, get a
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and
Diarrhoea Remedy, it can be depend
ed upon. Many have testified to its
Cause of Apix ndh ltls
When the bowels are constipated,
the lower bowels or large intestines be
come packed with refuse matter, that
is made up largely of germs. These
germs enter the vermiform appendix
and set up inflammation, which is
commonly known as appendicitis. Take
Chamberlain's Tablets when needed
and keep your bowels regular and you
have little to fear from appendicitis,
Jlnngw, the Itt Nance
bailee Is used to create an appetite
or relish for the food. The right wny
is to look to your digestion. When
you have good digestion you are cer
tain to relish your food. Chamberlain's
Tablets Improve the digestion, create a
healthy appetite and cause a gentle
movement of tho bowels.
PULLMAN VISITOR HERE.
Mrs. Myrtle Mount, who has been
visiting with friends at Iai Grande,
spent yesterday In Pendleton enroute
to her home in Pullinun, Washington.
OPBX NEW SHOP.
Mrs. Mae Wetzel L'alrd has arrived
in Pendleton and is making prepara
tions to open the Marinello Shop in
the Slangier building on August 8.
WALLA WALLA VISITORS.
Dr. and Mrs. Johanason of Walla
Walla, Were visitors in Pendleton on
Thursday evening, having motored
over to meet some friends.
VISITS WITH DAUGHTER
Mrs. O. O. Meritt, of Biggs, Oregon,
who has been visiting at the homo of
her daughter, Mrs. Ella Scott, has re
turned to her home.
FORMER RESIDENT HERE
Mr. and Mrs. John Sherman, for
merly of Pendleton, but now making
their headquarters in Walla Walla, are
In the city today.
ATTENDING U. OF 0.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eu
gene, Aug. 3. (Special) Lliiallila
county was represented hy ten btu
dents at tho summer term of tho Uni
versity of Oregon which closed last
week. Three of these were from Pen
dleton. They were Ilosctta K. Tem
plcton, Elva Boone and Dorothy L.
James. James D. Hurrah, principal
of the Unuiplne high school, and Har
old 'R. Benjamin, principal of the
L'nlatllla high school. Were among tho
other students from the county.
ASSURE YOURSELF CORSET
Women who wear Rcgaliste
Back Lace or La Camllle Corsets
make no complaint of discomfort.
And for the women who demand
that smartness of line, 60 essen
tial to correct gowning, these
makes meet her every desire.
U Davidson, for the past year
a teacher in Helix high school; Cora
il. Warner of Frccwater; Mrs. Itob
ert M. Gunn of Hcrmiston; Lindsay
Eastland of Freewater; and L. Mack
en, principal of the high school at Pi
lot Rock, made up the rest of tho
Umatilla county students.
University officials declare that the
1921 summer term which closed last
week was tho most successful ever
held out the Eugene campus. It ex
celled all others both In the scope of
Its courses and the number of stu
dents enrolled in them.' On the Eu
gene campus there were 312 students
registered, an Increase of D7 per cent
over that of last year. Adding to this
the 512 who took work In the summer
term of the Portland extension center
of-the university the total is found
lo be 856j a record summer enrollment.
Springers and Hens
U, S. WISH REGARDING
LONDON, Aug. 5. OA. P.) Reply
ing to the question as to whether j
recognition of Mexico could be raised I
at the disarmament conference, Aus
ten Chamberlain, the government I
leader said It was for the American !
government to decid what subjects j
should be raised.
IS HERE FROM HERMISTON
Mrs. J. K. Shotwell of Hcrmiston is
visiting in Pendleton today.
TOPEKA VISITOR HERE
Mrs. O.' A. Lewis of Topeka, Kans..
is a visitor In the city today.
IS GHEEX XO MOKK
''My experience with your medicine
has been wonderful. My stomach nnd
liver troublo of five years standing !
took a new turn two years ago when 1 I
took on an olive green complexion. I
spent $1,200 with doctors and special
ists only to prove that I was still as
green as ever. A friend advised me
to take Mayr's Wonderful Remedy,
and I am green no more. My stomach
and liver trouble has all disappeared."
It Is a simple, harmless preparation
that removes the catarrhal mucus
from the Intestinal tract and allays the
Inflammation which causes practically
ell stomach, liver and Intestinal ail- I
ments. including appendicitis. One
dose will convince or money refunded.
IDEAS FOR HOUSEWIVES
Oregos's Higher Imtiiuiioa ol
Eif hi Schools; Seventy DepwImeaU
FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 19. 1921
for MfeffllMM write to ttw Rrctarir
Oregon Agricultural College
One of the miseries of summer
work Is caused by flies which
are a real menace to the
health of the family. There are
precautions which can and
should be taken to keep flies
from breeding on tho placo but
the greatest help to the house-
wife In keeping them out of the
house Is to have every window
screen, full length if possible.
every door screened and best of
all. have the uorches screened.
A comfortable baby means
less work and less Work means
a more comfurtablo mother, so
two devices which will be of
help In the care of baby are also
suggested as Winner labor sav- 4
er. for mother.
The first of these is a screen-
ed coop where baTiy can sleep
comfortably, free from files.
A fence of netting about three
feet high and a diameter of fif-
teen feet will give the toddler a
place where he can exercise
without needing hatching ev-
ery second. A said box und a
low swing can ge placed Inside
this playgarden aml.tlie little fel-
low who must have lots of actlv- 4
It y can get it without getting in 4
Conroy 's Gash ,
, Saturday Specials
Sugar, 14 lbs. $1.00
Carnation Milk, 9 cans $1.00
Crystal-White Soap, 18 bars $1.00
M. J. B. Coffee, 5 lbs $1.95
Van Camps Pork and Beans, No. 2 tins, 6 for. . $1.00
Head Rice, 14 lbs. 1 $1.00
White Flyer Soap, 30 bars , $1.00
Van Camps Tomato Soup, 10 cans , $1.00
Wessons OH i 35c, 65c and $1.20
Crisco 40c, 70c and $1.25
Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Prices-
East Oregoman Printing Department
Ice Cream and
Sherbet 60c Qt. -
35c lb. 1
50c lb. " :
Merchant Lunch :
40c ' i
Old Floors Made New
Now is the time to refreshen and refinish the in
terior of your home for winter. You can make your
oldloors new by laying Armstrong's Linoleum over
them. ; Economical, because they keep the house
warmer and will last for years.
Call and let us show you our wide range of patterns.
Get your Phonograph Now! Our entire stock
of PHONOGRAPHS at 25 Per Cent REDUC
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