East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, August 16, 1921, DAILY EDITION, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 1C, 1021.
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Social and Club News
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SIIKH HOM MKUVIU.K llKTl'ltNS KI'Tr'iNS TO TOItTLAMi.
Ml: Rjilncy Koiimurvllle 1ms rc- .Mrs. liolwrt N. SiaiifirM has 10
turnml to 1'ciwtlfton nfler a hike" of turnwl from i roinniKlit's visit in
oni huti'ln-d IMriy miifit throuKh Ola
l U r Niitloiial 1'nrk. Mlw Snmim-rvillp
wllh Mim Vl:" Phm. of Billlnxs
Montana, fmnirrlj f llili t'-it Miii-i-'4
from the ( eMrnnrr of .he park
U!'1 flnilieI llipir jotn ni'V nt t hp fast
ntrnc. Thfv turtle! tlir- -fix
I'f'iiiid pucks. The Iwo nt(pufl at all
pure of, lnlrri'st and i'a'ly oni-
I the fif. They -NcnftiM'l a h.;.
of food Mil a lat k el nionoy :t cc.
l ilrrn ihe tr:. Iwraw -f niivci'ci-
lalion Of I lit- ( ! lOUTst o- filings til ,t
wiulri f noodpil in thv park. T'K'lr
f oi (it this llino cfinM.id nlri ist i o
t, tly of dried onp. Tl.o fir's in i'.I
ii' irn-y awaltinc them at one of le
lu'dH lutr in Ihp trip
r.i-rrrnx to jjomks.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hrrhlin ami
children, iart and Nanry. rcturnM In
motor to their home in I-a, Grande.
They have been kuuhts at the home
of Mr. Kechtin'a sifter. Mrs. O. W.
I'helps and were called here for the,
funeral of Miss Huth Hart. Fred I
Hart, a brother, left last night for his
home in Ruthdrum, Idaho.
rtETrnx to i kiah.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tiond and lit
tle daughter, Mary Ellen, who have
been visiting In Pendleton, returned
to their home In 1'kiah today.
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MRS. niOHARDSON HERE.
Mrs. Harley Richardson, of I -a
Grande, Is the guest of her mother-in-law.
Mrs. J. T. Richardson.
aOPF'S UPSTAIRS SHOP
SECOND FLOOR TAYLOR HARDWARE RI.DG.
COTY'S
L'ORIGON
Face Powder
TOILET WATER,
PERFUME
Direct from France.
L'Origon Face Powder
1.23 per box.
THE PENDLETOH DRUG CO.
We have just received a shipment of New Furniture
and would like to say that this Furniture was bought on
the lowest market that has prevailed since the war. In
this lot we would like to call your special attention to two
beautiful bed room suites and also show you the former
retail prices and our present prices.
One beautiful Ivory Bed Room Suite, natural maple, for
merly sold for ?450.00. Our price $285.00
One beautiful Walnut Suite, former price $300.00. Our
price .. $185.00
We ask you to compare this furniture with any in Pen
dleton for quality or looks.
We also sell the world's beater Range, The Lang, from
$55.00 to $100.00.
Yours for service,
Hey &
V""" Our Wstcliwurd
Smi'le and Pcmtli ton and is ut home
in tlie Mallory hotel. Inuring her stay
in lYmiliton us the pnest of her bro
ther. lr. Iavi.l M. ill.- .Mrs. Stanfieid
was extensively entertained. Ore
gronian. , '
i.KAVE ron springs
Mrs. J. r. Mcl'ook and daughter
Lola, and Mrs. Clarence Whltetnnn.
dauuhter Ilosomary and son lnnld.
left today for Kinsham Sprinsrs. where
they will spend a few days at the Me
Cook cabin.
I.KAVE KOTl PORTl-ANO.
Mrs. I W. Damon and daughter,
Miss Janicei Damon, left this morn
ing for their home In Portland. They
have been guests of ,Mrs. Damon's
cousin, Mrs. C. A. Vurplllat.
GCEST IN" FEN P1.ETON.
Miss Margaret Kenoyer, of Pasco,
arrived this morning to spend a week
with Mr. anil Mrs. C. A. KitxPntrlck.
Mr. and Mrs. FltaFatriok recently re-
turned after a visit In Pasco.
GUESTS AT DINNER.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Engdahl enter
tained as dinner guests Thursday eve
ning Fred Moes and Miss Gertrude
Mclntyre. Helix Advocate.
WILL GO TO ALASKA
Mrs. Ida V. Gray left today for Seat
tle where she will be joined by Mrs.
Laura Tweedy for a three weeks trip
to Alaska.
First Showing
of
AUTHENTIC FALL MODES
Suits
Coats
Frocks
Your Inspection Cordially
Invited.
Kemp
Satisfaction Our Aim
pakty is c.ivic.w
Miss Kvolyn Dudley Is hostess tlit
afternoon at her home on Garfield I
stwt in honor of Mnrjorie Nichols,
five year old 'laughter of Mr, am! j
Mrs. S. I- Nichols, anil Virginia Ayers,
seven year old daughter of Mr. . and j
Mrs. K, Ayers. j
lwelve little Kiiest.s are enjoyniif
gained on (he lawn and later a lunche
on is to lie served. Miss Dudley is
assisted hy Mrs. Nichols und Mrs.
Ayers.
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1 ARB IX HOMK
Mr. and Mrs. H. Sherman Mltcheel j
(tlairo Raley) are now domiciled in
their home at Ferndah?, Washington.
Their wedding was an event In Pen
dleton June 20 and they recently re
turned from a trip to Rainier Park.
WILL RETURN' SOOV
Mrs. Winn Johnson and daughter,
Mrs. Nona LaFontaine, will return to
lVndleton within a short time. They
are now in Portland where Mrs. John
son Is convalescing after an operation
for appendicitis.
TO LEAVE OX TRIP.
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Terry of 507
Mario street, will leave tomorrow for
a motor trip to Portland, Seaside and
Astoria. They will be absent from
Tendleton for three weeks.
LEAVING FOR SPOKANE
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Hoke and little
daughter will leave this evening for
Spokane, where Mr. Hoke, who is sec.
rrtary of the Cunningham Sheep Co.,
is called on business.
LEAVING ON TRIP.
Mr. and Mrs. 1$. F. Trombley and
little daughter, Jane, will leave to
morrow for a two weeks' motor trip.
They will visit Seattle und will then
go to Canada.
RETURNS TO LA GRANDE.
Miss Edna Winder, who was in Pen
dleton yesterday for the funeral of
Miss Ruth Hart, returned last night
to her home in 1a Grande.
LEAVE FOR OLYMPIA.
Hugh Jeffry and two daughters.
Miss ..laxine. Jeffry and Miss Hazel
Jeffry, returned yesterday to Olympia
after a visit here.
MOTOR TO -VMATILLA.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. A. Lonergan and
children, and Mr. and Mrs. It. 1 Bur
roughs and son, drove to Umatilla to
day.
l lilVE TO MILTON.
Mr. and Mrs. lienjamln I.. P.ur-
rougs and Mrs. Donald Robins.-n mo
ored to Milton yesterday afternoon.
HERE FROM HELIX.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Potts and Mr.
and Mrs. D. N. Mclntyre, of Helix,
are Pendleton visitors here today.
CHILD IS NAMED.
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
R. E. Wilson, born August 11, ha
been named Violet Marie.
RETURN TO PENDLETON.
Mrs. L. A. Cruikshank and two sons
returned today after a visit in Port-:
land and Long Beach.
RETURN'S FROM PORTLAND
Mrs. Fred Earl has returned after
a visit to Portland.
HOME DEMONSTRATION
IDEAS FOR HOUSEWIVES
Thumb Sucking
Thumb sucking is a menace to
the child's welfare. If this habit
is taken early It is by no means
difficult to control, but allowed
to run on for months it becomes
a serious problem. Do not per-
4- mit its development.
t-'everal methods are advised
to break tho habit. When used
early.a piece of adhesive around '
the thumb or fingers is all that
Is necessary. In others, pinning
the sleeves to the side, thus pre-
'venting the child raising its
hands to the mouth, or the
aluminum ball mit, which can
he purchased at the drug store,
is advisable. Under all ciroum-
stances break the habit no mat-
ter what measures or how long
it takes. E. V. D.
A floating exposition of American
industries will he housed on a great
ship specially constructed. In which
anything from dredges to silk hand
kerchiefs can be demonstrated. At sea
the decks iclose In and it Is an ordi
nary ship. In port the decks slide
outward, providing an area equal to
the space of ten city blocks. The first
cruise will be to the Far East.
SPACE ON JOURNAL
TRAIN TO ROUND-UP
PROVES IN DEMAND
That people want to seo the
Round-l'p this year is indicated
by the rush of applicants for
tickets on the Journal train to
be run as usual by C. S. Jack
son's paper. Monday afternoon it
was stated by the Journal Traf
f c dejuirtment that 40 reserva
tions have alrefidy been made
for the Round-I.'p Journal train
despite the fart no publicity has
as yet been given to the fact the
train hns been taken and efforts
are being made to seeure a spec
ial ct nipai tment car. As in the
past the Journal train will ar
rive Friday morning, thus en
abling those on board to see the
show Friday and Saturday.
AJISSV10 Oi 3iVl 001
WANT Ft) TO RENT Furnished
apartment, 3 or 4 rooms. Phone
Koeppen Rros.
WAXTKL To HI V 4 or 0 room bun.
fialow or'cottage, must be In central
lart. Phono 7.
FOR BALE 1 25.09 Hrunswlck and
about tiortfl worth of records, all
Bartlett Pears
FOR CANNING
Large Extra Fancy Fine Quality Fruit, just right '
to can, box ,. $2.75
Elberta Peaches, fine for table use, large ship
ments for canning due soon. We expect price
to be lower.
Cantaloupes, 12 and 15 to the crate, each ....$1.00
Fine Water Melons, guaranteed, pound '02c
June Apples, box, while they last ....$2.50
Good Cooking Apples, box $1.75
Chick Food, pound" .05c
Scratch Food, pound 04c
Grit, pound 04c
Oyster Shell,' pound 04c
Ranch Eggs, dozen 40c
Bulk Cocoa, pound '. 20c
Complete line of fruit jars, covers, rubbers,
clamps and wax. '
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phoiaet 28 Only 1 Quality the Bett
ATHENA MATRON VISITS
(East Oregonian Special.)
ATHKN'A, All. 16. Mrs. M,
Watts and daughter Miss Vernita left
Tuesday evening for Oakland, Califor
nia. Miss Vatts will enter her sec
ond year at Mills College.
Mrs. Will Fertruson was a visitor in
Pendleton Friday. .
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ringel and
daughters Elsa and Emma and Mrs. A.
R. Coppoclc visited relatives In Walla
Walla Friday.
Dr. F. D. Watts and son Worth have
returned from a motor trip to Port
land, Eugeno and Corvallis.
Mr. and Mrs. George Banister and
Mrs. Ralph Haynie were visitors in
Pendleton Wednesday.
Miss Belle Pambrun returned home
Thursday mornimr from Cheney,
Wash., where she has been attending
summer normal.
Mrs. John Harder Jr. and baby
daughter are visiting relatives in Mil
ton. Mrs. Robert Lee and children of
Milton visited relatives in Athena
Wednesday.
Mrs. S. F. Sharp has returned from
a visit with her daughter Mrs. Jlc
Sherry, In Taeoma.
Miss Belle Mclntyre was in Pendle
ton Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Banister were In
the city from Weston Thursday.
Mrs. W. W. McPherson is visitin?
her father at Marquis. Oregon. She
will visit friends in Portland before
returning home. .
Mrs. Ann Taylor and Mrs. Susio
Gerking left in Meacham last week
where they will remain during the hot
weather.
Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Russell and
small daughter Jessie Louise visited
in Walla Walla Thursday.
Mrs. Richard Thompson and daugh
ters June and Mariraret visited rela
tives in Pondlefnn Saturday.
Mrs. S. C. Stone, who has been con
fined to her home with illness, has
improved sufficiently to be able to go
to her sisters home in Seattle.
Ed Ieorard of Waitsburg was In
Athena Wednesday.
Charles Put man left Athena recent
ly for Ashland where he will be em
ployed, by his brother at carpenter
work. ,
George Gerking has finished harvest
and with Mrs. Gerking: and daughters
will leave soon for a short vacation
trip.
Mrs. Lieuallen recently purchased
the William Winship residence on
Fifth Street.
Miss Enid Cartano visited in Pen
dleton Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Willaby have
returned to Waitsbrirg. Wash., after
finishing up their harvest business
j here.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Dickenson aro
on a business trip to Coifnx, Wash.
Lloyd Mai hers has returned to his
home at Zillfih, Wash., after working
through the harvest season at tho
Georse Kerklng farm near Athena.
Mrs. D. Scott Fisher and daughter
Charlotte visited at Walla Walla Wed
nesday. ,
York Dell is confined to his homo
by injuries received from a fall.
.Mrs.. Lola Paine was in the city
from Ad.ims Thursday.
Tonight and Tomorrow
Only
Airplane Flights
End of City Limits La Grande Highway
Doi't fail to ride with Capt. Parmelee, famous
war aviator, in high powered two twenty horse
power Spanish Swizer.
Don't fail to see Douplas Clark in bis aerial
accrobatic flights at 6:45.
Passengers $10.00; two for $15.00. .
A long ride over the city.
Ray Black Aerial
Transit Co.
auw fly
For Infant!
Invalids
NO COOKING
The "Food -Drink" for Ail Ages.
Quick Lunch at Home, Cilice ,and
Fountains. Ask for HORLICK'S.
10 A void Imitations & Substitutes
Yellowstone Xiitional Park provides
a hay ranch solely to feed the park
buffaloes when winter snows cover the
pastures. The park herd has grown
so rapidly that this ranch provides In
sufficient food. For the benefiUof
the assistant sex-retary of the inter
ior a "buffalo run" was staged re
cently in which more than five hun
dred animals were driven down from
hill and plateau and out ucross the
plains.
Societv
for over 75 years has
relied upon Gouraud's
Oriental Cream to keep
the skin and complex
ion in perfect condition
through the stress of
the season's activities.
Snd IS c. lot
Trial Mrm
FEW). T. HOPKINS A SOU
DR. LYNN K. B LAKES LEE
Chronic and Nervous Diseases nnJ
Diseases of Women. X-Ray Electrir
Therapeutics.
Temple Bldg. Room 1?
Phone 41
Oregon's Higher Institution ol
TECHNOLOGY
Eight Schools; Seventy Departments
FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 19, 1921
Far mformifion write to the RtKittrtr
Oregon Agricultural College
COKVAI.LIS
NOTICE
Having disposed of my business I
am closing up my accounts. Every
one knowing themselves to be in
debted to me please settle at once,
otherwise your account will have to
be placed with a collector.
m
LUAVly
S)ofetRotfiae
KMiUTOM OAIGOU
. Fresh Vegetables
Lettuce, per head.... 10cv
Carrots, per bunch 05c
Onions, per bunch 05c
Cucumbers, each .....05c,
Green Peppers, per pound 45c
Tomatoes, per pound 10c
Tomatoes, per batjjvet ...40c
, String Beans, 2 pounds 25c
Cabbage, per pound 08c
Corn, per dozen 30c
Dry Onions, per pound , ...02c
FRESH FRUITS
Peaches, 2 pounds 25c
Peaches, per basket :...,,.......50c
Pears, 3 pounds :...::.,.2Sc
Pears, per basket ...40c
Cooking Apples, per pound 04c ;
Water Melons, per pound ..02c
Cantaloupes, each 10c
Sanitary Grocery
Boost Your Own Town
-And The-
ROUND-UP
To get advertising results for this year's show,
send these out to your friends and relatives now!
"LET 'ER BUCK"
Furlong's book on Pendleton and the Round-Up.
"LET ER RUCK"
Chauncey Haines' justly celebrated song. A
Round-Up souvenir edition. Both securely wrapped
and POSTPAID to any address in United States for
$2.25 .
BUY BOOK AT A BOOK STORE
QUALITY PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
East Oregonian Printing Department
WE LEAD OTHERS FOLLOW
Watch our window and see the great values we are
offering you each week.
The very newest styles in Jewelrydom, each article
bears our guarantee if at any time an article does not
give satisfaction tell us, we can help you and if you tell
your neighbors, they can not and will not.
We are still offering you a big reduction on every ar
ticle in our line. Now is the time to make your dollar
which you have worked so hard for go almost twice as far.
Come in and look over our large stock. We are at your
lervice'.
HansGom's Jewelry Store
THE SEALY
MATTRESS
Truly comfort is radically different from
ordinary comfort. There are no tufts, just
a buoyantly unifoni smooth resilient sur
face which yields to every curve or positi
on of the body. Reasonable care' perma
nently preserves these comforting quali
ties. -
CRAWFORD FURNITURE CO
103 K. COURT ST.
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