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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1921)
CAtLt EAST CfcEGOJTCAN, PENDLETON, ORSQOM, SATtTRDAV EVENING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1021.
ls'ew Gold Test
Contest WU1 be Hold for , Girls
Between Ages of 9 to 18
During Hay and Grain Show.
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This machine provides a tpeclro
. koopla analysis of told which meas-
urea the flneneia of the metal more
t accurately than one part tn a mil
j lion. Blectrlo sp&raw Jump between
1 two ban of gold. Photographs of
the eparka are taken through a dif
fraction cretins, showing the stnalW
eat particle of baiter metal This,"
at the Bureau of Standard.
Announcement tor ttila depart
ment must to submitted to - the
Kns, Orogonlan not later then
Friday evening tn order to be na-,
sured of publication on Saturday.
imr W 'omen's BeBavtment is Brimful
We Season's fewest Creations in
p Meadiness $6? Vow Inspection
FROM THE ENDS OF THE EARTH ARfi GATHERED THE MATERIALS
There will b Engl'sh , I.utheran
sermon at the First ChrlHtlan church
nt 2 p. m. Preceding the sermon
there will be Sunday school at 1 p m.
Hev. H. Mlsmaman will preach the
Climvh of tho Jtcdoonlfr.
Uev. Alfred Lockwood, Hector.
8 a. m Holy Communion; :45 Sun
day school: 11. Holy Communion and
sermon; 7:30, evening prayer and ser
The rector will preach at the morn
lng-service on "Fighting for a King
dom" and In the evening will give a
Labor Day message. The public la
Fiirs from Siberia, Manchuria, New ZealandyChina, Europe, North and South Am
erica. Silks from Japan, China, France and Italy. Wools from England, Australia and
the Argentine. Button materials from Asia, Africa nd the South Sea Islands. !
AH these are skillfully woven, dyed, cut and blended into wondrous fabrics to
make beautiful garments for Milady of Fashion. J -
SUITS, COATS, WRAPS, GOWNS, PARTY FROCKS, LINGERIE MILU
- : .NERY, ACCESSORIES-
The Prices will be a revelation to you, and the styles most pleasing.
Store Will be Closed All Day
Monday, Labor Day.
WSDUTONS CREXTEST DEPARTMENT STORE
I-?.'"! lA WHERE IX PAYS TO ,TBinr
Wear Your Round-Up Togs
and boost the greatest show
in the world.
:.r.:: ,,ll,.iMiti tntttititttttttr
Qiristian Church Sunday School,
9:40 sharp. ,
Don't Miss It!
Wood for Sale
IX CAIt LOTS
Tellow Pine, Fir a'nd Tamarae
EAKL GIIJiAXDERS, Pendleton
DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE
Chronia and Nervous Diseases aal
Dlaesiee of Women. X-Ray ElectrV
' Tetuple Bldg.
1 Phone 41
"When thoroughly scrubbed and
cleaned said cotton-tail flrmishes meat
for the Smith family. And a choice
well-cooked piece a-.wnys goes to Ti
ger. He Is happy. And he's cutting
down the high cost of living for the
Troops Have Encounter.
BAf BERNARDINO, Cat, Sept. 3.1 . . , ' - . ,
Mrs. u. vv. emun, wno resides nr The fedcral troops had their first n
Claremont 'has a cat that earns nls muni.r tuith thn Brmd men near
I own board. His name is Tlaer. and I Sharpies today when they disarmed
J every day for some time he has beenjbartd holdings locomotive on the little
ww ! trnlntr tiHt Intn flAlHa nsur thA Hmith 1 Cn.'il river branch
home and bringing back a rabble and Ohio railroad.
Christian SHoikt ' -
First- Church of Christ. Scientist
holds servides at 813 Main street
(first stairway north of the Inland
Kmplre Bank.) Sunday services are
at 11 a. m. nnrt 8 p. In. 1 no sunjeci
of the lessoii-scrmon for Sunday, Sep
tember 4th. is "Man". Sunday school
begins at 11:45 n. m.
A s Wednesday evening meeting
which Includes testimonials of healing
is held at 8 o'olork. The Reading
Room, which Is maintained at the
same addrens, la open dally from ( a.
m. to 9 p. m.. where the Bible and au
thorized Christian Science literature
may be read, borrowed, or purchased.
The public Is cordially Invited to at
tend the church services and ta visit
the Reading Room.
tlirlsUan Church ,
Sunday, September 4 is ro-openlng
Day at the First Christian Church
ltlble school after so many have' been
away. We have prepared a special
program for the opening of tttble
school and urge that a.l be there at
9:4d when Uindcll's orchestra will be
gin playing. Men's chorus and special
songs will also feature the occasion.
The Bible school starts a six-week's
contest at this time. It promises to
wake up the school In, good shape.
There are three sides, and already
each "works to win'
Morning sermon at 10:43. Subject,
"More Like the Master in Laboring
and Building for God." Every wom
an In the church Is urged to be preoei
at this morning si-rv'ce l i iicur nut
ters of special Importance.
Christian Endeavor social hour at 6
"b. m., followed by devotional and
consecration service. Meeting lead by
Sermon at 7:30. Subject, "What's
In a Name?" W, A. Grcssman, minis
ter. , , -
Much Interest Is evinced by, l)ma
tllla county girls In the brcad-bitking
contest to be held here during the
Northwest Grain and Hay Show. The
contest Is for girls between the ages
of and 18, and the prizes are to be
given for the best loaf of bread baked
by the indlvlduaLand exhibited the
morning of September 22 at the high
school In Pendleton. All of the breed
that Is sent in to be Judged will be ex
hibited at the Northwest Grain and
Hay Bhow tent from September 22 to
24. The first prise is 110, the second
prize Is 17.10, the third prise IG.OO
and the fourth prize 2.60. The girls
are 'not required to be club -members '
la order to compete In this contest;'
Mrs. Edith Q .Vun Deusen, home
demonstration' agent, who Is In charge
of the contest, gives the following sug
ge.it Ions to be used In breadbaking;
' A loaf of bread should be light In ,
weight, considering Its size, and should
have a symmetrical form and an un
broken, golden-brown crust. .; i The
crust should be smooth on top ' and
should have a certain luster, to which
the term "bloom" has been given.
The kinds of yeast most commonly
Used are compressed, dry, and liquid
yeast The first-named Is very con
venient, for In this form he yeast ,
plants ore active and ready to begin
thir work. However, It Is not easy
to keep It long in good condition and
so Is commonly purchased fresh each .
time It Is needed. When In good con
dition compressed yeast is soft and
yet brittle and Is the same color
throughout, a , creamy white. It
should have no odor except that of
yeast, which Is familiar to most peo
ple but difficult to describe. Com
pressed yeast may now be obtained by
parcel post either from manufactur
ers or from dealers. It Is therefore,
no longer out of reach of those who
are far from markets. i
Here Is a good liquid yeast recipe: "
4 medium sized potatoes, washed
and pared. v
1 quart hot water. -
1-4 cup sugar.
1 teaspoon salt.
1 cake dry yeast soaked In' 1-4 cup ;
lukewarm water, or ..,';
1 cake comprjaxsed yeast.
Clrste or grind the potatoes directly
Into the water (a food grinder Is coni
v( tilent for the purpose). Boll about
five minutes, stirring constantly. Add
the sucnr nnd salt and allow the m'x
tun: to cool. When lukewarm add the
'fi-8t. Keep at ordinary room tem
perature (shout 70 desreest for 14
hours, when It will be ready for use.
The yeast should be kept tin a cool.
dark place. An earthern Jar or ennm-
el-ware pall Is a good container for It
and should be scalded before the yeast
Is put Into It.
In making bread a small amount of
dough may b saved for use in place
of yeast at the next baking. The same
care, however, must be taken' with II
as with liquid yeast; It must be kepi
covered and In a cool place.
Milk.' ' , , ' "
Whole or skim milk? may be substl
tuted for part or all of the water flseA
Ih making bread. ' It should be scalded
thoroughly before use. When , th
long or overnight process is followed,
it Is well not to use milk in the sponge
for it Is likely to turn sour. '
YnU ' - ; ' -:
1 Fit, If used, may he butter, lard,
beef fat, cottonseed oil, or any other
of the ordinary fats Used In cooking,
rt should, however, be wholesome, of
good quality, and In good . condition.
Bread Is so little Improved by tho ad
dition of rat that it Is a mistake to
ru.i the slightest risk of IrtJuring Mts
f:avor by using fat of questionable
Music, Entertainment, Eats
MEMBERS COME, MAKE THIS A BIG YEAR FOR PYTHIANISM.
R. R. HAMMERS LEY, C. C.
Corner Oorfefje and Alta street".
Rev. G. L. Clark, pastor. 10 a. hi.
of the Chesepeakel a. m. Sermon !y4ho pastor. 7:30 p. m
sermon. A welcome to all.
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