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DAILY EAST OREdONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 31, 1021.
Social and Club News
WISH ML'ItPHY VISITS
Mltw lOtelle Murphy, of Ilillsboro,
North Dakota, is a. Rcst "f ,nc J
Miirphv home on Perkins Avenue.
Mlw Murphy who Id a niece of Mr.
Murphy, accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
Murphy and Miss Edna Murphy when
thev returned from n trip to Spokane.
After a vlxil here Miss Murphy will
leave (or Yakima where she will teiu h
during the coming whiter.
KfiCKPTlON SKl'TKMl'Elt 9
Pendleton teachers will be honored
at a reception to he held September 8
In the club rooms of the county li
brary, with members of the Pendleton
Women' Club as hostesses. The peo
ple of l'endleion will be Invited and
the evening will serve to welcome the
Ira chera. Plans are now being made
for the affair.
PLANS AUK MADE
I'lana for the Round-Up dinners, to I
he (then as church benefits, nre being I
made today at a meeting of the Parish
Aid, the Auxiliary and the Sanctuary!
chapter of the Church of the Redeem- !
er. Committees are to be appointed
and additional plans will include ar-
rangcmcnls for the fall nnd Christmas j
MISS llliOrOHTON TO VISIT.
Miss Kuth Hroushton, daughter of
Mrs. C. J. Uroughton, of Dayton,
Washington, will arrive tomorrow in
Pendleton. She will be a truest of Mr.
nnd Mrs. C S. Jerard, who formerly
resided In Dayton and who are old
friends of the r.roughton family.
MliS. KICK TO RETURN.
Mrs. Lyman Kice, nnd little son
Junior, who have been spending: the
summer In Portland will retcm here
on Thursday. Mrs. Kice, who Is pos
sessed of a lovely voice, has been
studying with Ahrens, the famous In
structor In voice.
ARE IN RESIDENCE.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Pinson are now
domiciled in their residence, on the
corner of Martin nnd Jefferson streets
recently purchased from Dr. David 11.
RETURN FROM RAINIER
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Clarke, daugh
ter Miss Mary Clarke and son Billy,
and Mrs. H. H. Hattery, returned yes
terday after a motor trip through
WILL RETURN FRIDAY j
Dr. and Mrs. H. S. McKenzie, who j
have been absent from Fendleton for ;
the past two weeks on a motor trip, (
will return here Friday, according to j
word received by Pendleton friends
They have been at Crater Lake and i
other points. !
GVEfTS OF PARENTS
Mrs. J. A. Donathue. daughter Nel
lie and win, Manny, arrived today from
Ritzville, Washington, and are guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Scheer, Mrs. Donathue"s parents.
HOME FROM SPOKANE
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gordon and chil
dren have returned from a motor trip
to Spokane, where they visited Mr. and
Mr. Gordon's son. Dr. Fred Gordon,
and his family.
MISS CLARK RECOVERS
Miss Helen Clark, who has leen ill
for 'two weeks with a bad attack of
bronchitis, has recovered. '
IS IN HOSriTAL !
Mrs. W. H. Nebergall. w ho has been
111 at Hot Lake, is now at St. Anthony's
MRS L1VERMORE HOSTESS
Mrs. L; H. Livermore is hostess this
afternoon foran informal bridge party
at the Lot Livermore home, 103 Wash
P. T. A. TO MEET.
Members of the Riverside Parent
Teacher Association will meet a week
from Friday at the schoolhouse for
tho first meeting since the cessation
of activities during the summer
months. Plans for the coming year
will be made. Tho meeting has been
called for 7:30 p. m. and Mrs. II. O.
Zwlcker, newly elected president of
the Riverside 1'. T." A. will preside.
The rganlzatUm Is one of the largest
in the county and a year of successful
activity Is expected.
SECURED FOR DANCES
AT THE HAPPY CANYON
RETURN TO PENDLETON
Mr. and Sirs. P. J. Heseman have
returned to Pendleton after a month's
stay in Seattle and at other Sound
MISS KELLY TO RETURN.
Miss Kelly, social service worker
employed in this county, will, return
tomorrow after spending a month in
LEAVES FOR SEATTLE.
Miss Evelyn Downing left today for
a two week visit in Seattle. She will
be the guest of friends and' relatives.
VISITORS FROM PASCO.
Mrs. George Johnson and Mrs. J. M.
Beam, Pasco matrons, arc Pendleton
visitors here today.
RETURN FROM PORTLAND.
Mr. and Mrs: Maurice leader re
turned today- after a visit in Portland.
HOPF'S UPSTAIRS SHOP
are included among the finer fashions
Smartly Tailored Frocks of Tricotine,
Po'xet Twill, French Serge and Velour
. Many of the new styles make such
lavish use of rich hand embroidery,
while others are cleverly braided. .
Prices range from $22.50 up to $75.00
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The reputation of the box Brownie as simple, practical and re
liable cameras has gone around the world. Their light weight, their
absence of bellows, their sturdy construction, simple mechanism, fixed
focus and the low price of cameras and pictures have brought them
deserved popularity, with children as well as with adults.
Box Brownies are the simplest of cameras to operate and Nos. 0 and
2 make pictures of a most economical size.
Priivs from S2.M up
THE PENDLETON DIG CO. I
HOYS DONT FORGET THE PIG
RACE THURSDAY MORNING OR THE
CHICKEN RACE SATURDAY AFTER
NOON AT CRAWFORD'S.
By securing the services of the Shu
heit orchestra to furnish tho music
for the dance at Happy Canyon for
the four nights during Round-Up, the
management is confident that the
item of music will be well provided
for. Decision to hire ,the musicians
was made last night niter members of
the management had listened to the
music furnished by Shuberts at a
The orchestra has headquarters at
Chicago, and two transcontinental
tours have been taken one last sum
mer and the second one this summer.
All of the mempers can play at least
two Instruments, and their appearance
is made in costume.
The dance floor this year will be
twice its previous size. The floor on
the addition Is being built, and all of
the floor will be sanded. The bar will
be in the southwest corner of the
room, and the system of running the
dance will be different from previous
years. A pay-as-you-enter practice is
being provided for and tho floor will
be cleared following each dunce.
BUTTER CREEK .
GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PURE
Pint jar 35c
Quart jar 55c
1-2 gallon jar $1.15
One gallon Bucket, each .' $2.50
5 gallon tins, pound . 15c
Tlace your order early as this will not last long.
Complete line of high grade Canning Fruits.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phones 28 Only 1 Quality the Best
LADIES OF UKIAH HOLD
OPKXIXG OF 1UVOIJ
(Continued from pag 1.)
Kffcct Is Striking.
The interior decorating, under the
direction of the Blaesing Co., is very
striking. The lower walls and wood
work show tints of palest gray and
Ivory, while the side panelling is of
rose with motifs of ivory which give
the appearance of silk tapestry to pro
coats of paint wero necessary to pro
duce this effect.' The proscenium
shows a prospective trellis design, and
above it are medallions in blue, buff
and rose. Tht draw curtains will be
of rose velour, and above them the
arch shows hlendings of pale pastel
shades. The lighting comes from
beautiful ivory colored domes. The
stage, for the presentation of moving
pictures, will be equipped with a spe
cial screen. Scenery for the stage will
b from the Thompson Scenic Co., of
friend. All extend warmest congratu
lations, especially to Mr. Wallace, who
was so fortunate In winning one of
Uklah's most highly esteemed young
Frances Oilliland of Ilutter Creek Is
visiting In Ukiah for a few days with
his brothers Arden nnd Arthur.
FASHIONABLE FALL GARMENTS
EXCLUSIVE NEW MODELS
In a most comprehensive variety.
COMI'AnK our new UAIIMKNTS and 1'IUCfcS before T I'
new Suit, Coat or Dmi.
San Francisco. There will be a slight
delay as the company recently suffer
ed a fire.
Pipes Arc Xot Visible.
The pipes of the organ are not vis
ible, because of special construction of
the theatre, this being one of tho most
costly features of the building.
For the heating and ventilating of
the playhouse, modern appliances will
provide refrigerated air In summer
and heat in winter. The fire escapes
are modern and adequate.
The estimated cost of the building,
for which Parker & Panfield are con
tractors, is J40.00U. The ground cost
30,000, the organ J19.0U0, and the
furnishings and accessories 1 1,000,
making a tstal of $110,000.
(East Orcgonlan Special.)
UKIAH, Aug. 31. A very Interest
ing meeting was held In Ukiah Satur
day at the home of Mrs. Emma Lenz,
bv Mrs. Edith Van Deusen, county
demonstration agent. There were scv- J
enteen ladles present who wero very
much Interested in the work and at
the request of the ladies Mrs. Van
Deusen promises to return in the near
future to instruct them in the art of
Jim Munsey of Stanfteld, an old
friend of V. It. Peterson was in town a
few days last week, visiting with Mr.
and Mrs? Peterson.
Willie McKenzie, a former resident
of Ukiah, but now of Tcndleton was
in Ukiah the first of last week shaking
hands with old friends.
Lowell Casteel who was taken to
Portland last Sunday night for treat
ment was found to be suffering from
an abscess back of the nose, which re
quired an operation. Ho Is still in
Portland but is getting along nicely.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Lakinka left for
their home in Pendleton Monday.
Mrs. S. J. Helmick left Monday for
Nye, for a short visit with her daugh
ter, Mrs. E. L. Thrasher.
Mrs. Charley Hynd returned from
In Doug's : Film
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Marguerite De LaMotte plays the
part of Constance In "The Three
Musketeers." That Is one of three
leading fem.'nine parts la Douglas,
Fair tanks' tig picttre.-
PEARL OIL (kerosene)
is clean-burning. For
stoves and lamps. Ask your
dealer for Pearl Oil.
First Christian Church,
Thursday evening, September 1
Portland Friday after spending a week
there having dental work done.
Felix Johnson of Range, who pur
chased lots in Ukiah, is now clearing a
barn off the lots and will begin build
ing at once so as to be ready for
Another social dance was given Sat
urday night at Kirk hall.
W. c. Counter of Athena, traveling
salesman for Park Bros., Portland, is
In Ukiah soliciting orders for the firm.
Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Peterson of
Ukiah left Monday morning for Pilot !
Itock where Mrs. Peterson will remain i
for an indefinite time and Mr. Peter-
son will return to his business here. I
Clint Cardwell arrived Monday even
ing from a visit to Portland with his i
sister, Mrs. Kltchie. j
Oilman Shaw and Clarence and Boh i
Porter' of Long Creek were in town a
few days ago on their return home
from Portland. I
Ed Ledserwood returned home a
few days ago after several weeks ab-1
Miss Tassle Metscar who has been j
visiting with her sister, Mrs. Arthur
Oilliland for some time left for Pen-1
dleton Friday to stay with her mother, j
Mrs. Clark and attend school during!
the winter. j
Lorcna Xess left for Pendleton Fri-1
day for a visit with relatives until
school starts. j
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Oihbs, for- j
merly of Ukiah but now of Hood River i
are visiting with relatives and friends,
in Ukiah for a short time. j
John Ewing returned Friday to the
Hynd ranch after a visit to Hcppner
and Portland. I
Robert Blssencer and family of i
Pendleton, visited several days last
week at the Xess ranch. Mr. liissen
ger is a brother of Mrs. Xess.
Virgil Peterson, who has made an
extended trip in Grant county, return
ed home Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ross, moved Sat
urday into the -west end of town.
Mr. I.angdon moved his family to !
Ukiah Saturday from Dale. I
Mrs. Olive Turner, visited Friday j
and Saturday with her daughter, Mrs. ;
Glhhs at the GH'hs saw mill. ' ;
Miss Vallie Cardwell of Long Creek,
who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. ;
George Caldwell since June, will leave
Tuesday for Prairie City where she'
will attend school during the winter.
She will take up the teachers training;
Miss Kdith Lagrange of Range, ar
rived Saturday to stay at the Bond ,
ranch during the winter and attend
school In Ukiah. I
Arthur McRoberts make a business;
trip to Pendleton Saturday returning
Irene Kirk left for Bridge Creek for
a few. davs visit wltn ner a ster, .Mrs.
Chilson, before leaving for Pendleton
where she will attend high school this
Lowell Ganger and Sum Xelson loft
the last of the week for Portland with
their beef cattle.
Mr.and Mrs. Parks of Pendleton.
who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Irli Terry for ten days, returned home
Mrs. Frank Chamberlln accompan
ied by Mrs. Copplck of Athena enme
up from the home stead Friday to at
tend the home demonstration meeting
im.'I nniiix ana wtn- 01 riernusiun
were In Ukiah Thursday night the I
guests of relatives.
The marriage of Miss I la Hturdlvant
to Glen Wallace at Stanfield August
21 mine as a rurprise to many of her
friends In I'kinh, where she was horn
and raised and where everyone is her
WE WILL GIVE YOU A FREE TICKET TO THE FLOOR
LAMP WHICH SOME LUCKY ONE WILL WIN SATUR.
DAY AT 5 P. M. IT COSTS YOU NOTHING, SO COME IN
AND GET YOURS.
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