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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1921
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
Special News of Umatilla Co.
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ATHENA ETUDE CLUB
STARTS FALL ACTIVITIES
(East Oregonian Special.)
ATHENA, Sept. 12. The Athena
schools Klnrtpfl Tuenday morning with
nil enrollment of IS.. Mr. Hadlty, Mr.
llHKlcr, Miss Drnke and Miss Ohristcn
ko arc the hiKh school teachers. The
grndo teacher are Mrs. licit the
eighth rrndc, Miss Chandler the sev
enth gRide. Mis Hansen the fifth and
rlxth grades, Miss Williams the third
and fourth crudes, and Miss Gries the
first and second grades.
F. B. Radtke was a business visitor
In Walla Walla Saturday.
Mm. Hyatt and daughters Mrs Ttoy
May were tn town Saturday from their
home on Weston Mountain.
Mr. and Mrs. Arbog.ist returned Fri
day from Stanfleld where they spent a
Henry Koepke Sr. was a visitor In
Mr. WcPherrin has returned home
from Helix where she visited her
daughter Mrs. Fred Oswald.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles May of Wes
THE OLD HOMETOWN
AFTER TW TRAIN HAD GONE THE STATION MASTEft OuMQ A
SMALL BLACK GRIP. THE LAD WITH THE BAB" HAD LET IN
THE VNMUTN4 ROOM
'IKS THAN ONE CENT A DAY
A Private Safe Deposit Bos which guarantees abso
lute safety for your important documents, bonds jew
elry', silverware and keepsakes, costs you only $3.00 a
ar. less than One Cent a Day. This protection
may be worth thousands of dollars to you.
The custodian will be glad to Fhow you the spa
cious safety deposit vault at any time during busi
Sales may come and sales may go, but
this sale makes a louder noise than any
ever held. , ' ife
SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY v
CruikshJink & Hampton
124-23 E. Webb
Vor old Forniture TaVea la Fxchange as Part Payment oa Xew
xciiMlv Ageaui la Peadletoa for Aeroliu (o Whip) Fordi
ton Mountain were In the city Wed
nesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Rogers are the
Parents of a daughter born September
Meg-inning the seasons club activi
ties, the. Etude Club held their first
meeting at the home of Mrs, C. II.
Smith Thursday afternoon. Hostess
es for the afternoon were Mrs Charles
Dudley and Mrs, C. At. Eager. The
Interest of the. occasion was centered
upon Miss Mael Herr, who was the
recipient of a bridal "shower" in anti
cipation of her wedding, which is to
occur next Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Piersol and chil
dren of Weston visited relatives in
Mrs. Armfield and little grand
daughter, Virginia Armfield have re
turned to their home in Portland after
spending: a part .of the summer with
her daughter Mrs. F. B. Radtke.
Will Hall was in the city from Wes
ton Mountain Tuesday.
Miss Olive Tearl Ramsay and Fenn
T. Harris of this city, were united in
marriage Wednesday at the First
Christian church in Pendleton. Be
sides the father of the toride the couple
were attended by Raymond Geissel
and Miss Savanah Smith.
After a wedding trip to Portland Mr.
and Mrs. Harris will be at home in
. Pendleton. Oregon,
Sank in Gaslern Oregon
Athena. The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramsey. The
(groom has been engaged tn business
here for the past two years. ,
Mrs. Ferguson of Weston Moun
tain was In the city Tuesday.
Mrs. O. U MoFaddden and little son
Plllie visited relatives in Weston Tues
day. Mr. and Mrs. Amos O'lMl and small
son left Thursday for Walla Walla
where they will spend several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thompson
and daughters were, visitors in Pendle
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hopkins and
children of Weston, spent Wednesday
Mrs. F. S. LeGrow has returned
from a motoring trip to Seattle.
Mrs. Smith, grand-aunt of Mrs. Rex
Hopper, has returned to her hflme in
The Dalles after visiting here for two
Roy Hyatt was in the city from his
home on Weston Mountain Tuesday.
Miss Doris Thompson left recently
for Portland where she Is a student at
St. Helen's Hall.
Pat Lonergan of Pendleton was In
Mrs. Ida M. Patrick and daughter,
Dorothy, of Forest Grove, have been
the1 guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
D. H. ' Mansfield of Walla Walla
spent last week in Athena.
Jim Duncan and son Ernest were
visitors in Pendleton Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs George Gerking and
daughters Lillian and Blanche Have
returned from Tumalo, where they
visited at the J. M. B. Gerking home.
Charles Booher of Condon has been
in the city visiting relatives.
Mrs. H. A. Barrett, Mrs. R. B. Mc
Ewen and Mrs. F. B. Boyd were
quests of Mrs. James H. Sturgis in
Mrs. J. E. Jones returned home
Tuesday from Camp McDougal, where
she spent the summer.
Luther Shellenburger of Weston was
in Athena Wednesday.
Charles Gerking has moved his fam
ily from the farm to Pendleton where
the children will attend school.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy McPherren have
returned to their home in Spokane
after visiting relatives in Athena.
Will Keopke of Helix was in the city
Miss Bertha Murdock is teaching in
the high school at Ritzvllle, Wash.
Mrs. C. I McFadden and little son
Billie, visited at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl McConnel, near Helix, Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lawson, who
have been farming the Fred Gross
ranch, left recently for Colorado.
Mr. and Mrs. King and daughter of
Weston were in the city Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Hunt have re
turned from a visit with relatives at
Harry McBride was over from Wes
Mr. and Mrs.. Jesse Myrick, Miss
Clara Haynle and Harry Keller have
been spending a few days at Wallowa
Mr. and Mra Eugene Stanton of
Miles City, Montana have been visit
ing relatives in Athena.
Mrs. Hugh Mclntyre and daughter
Kathryn have returned home from
California where they visited relatives.
RIETH CITIZEN RETURNS
(East Oregonian Speclal.y
RTETH, Sept. 12. Mr. Brj-ant. the
section foreman here, has taken a
month's vacation and left Thursday
for the east where he will visit sev
eral of the eastern states. Mr. Bry
ant came here to fill the vacancy made
when Hy Jacobson left Rieth. c'
Fred Desley has returned from Can
ada, where he has been for several
J. M. Harrison was a business visit
or in Pendleton the first of the week.
Mr. Pickett of Longs Canyon was in
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
HOW DOES IT
SEEM TO BE
I JkWl 1 I f J MADE I
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WILBUI? I WANT TO TIP VW OFF Ohi
(SOMETHING IFVOUR NEW LITTLE WlFEY
WANTS To STAY AROUND HERE FOP A WHILE.
SHE'LL HAVE To MAKE HER Own
WftN OTHEK 1ITTIE THINGS!
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COMfS TbACK HCR.6
IlifASH BOWt, tTHXit voy
Rieth one day this week.
Little Herbert Winchester was quite
ill but has recovered.
John Herr Is carrying his arm in a
sling owing to the fact of a sprained
Mr. and Mrs. Gentry Short are mak
ing preparations to leave Rieth and
move to Huntington. Mr. Short is
manifest clerk at the depot here and
Is being transferred to Huntington.
F. A. WIndrey has been called back
to Rieth by the O. W. R. & N. Co.
from Gibbon. Mr. Windrey worked
here all last summer and winter but
was temporarily- discharged when the
force was reduced in the early spring.
The new O. W. R. & N. depot is be
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Kennedy and in
fant daughter left ' Wednesday with
Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy Sr., for Spo
kane', his home.. They will be gone
only a few days.
-Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Snider and lit
tle daughter, Ruth, were Pendleton
visitors Tuesday evening. .
There was a meeting of the board of
school directors at the school house
Tuesday afternoon, and notices were
posted for an election to be held to
elect a clerk and one director. This is
the third election for the district this
Mrs. B. F. "Williams was shopping
In Pendleton Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. William Bostwick are
entertaining her sister, Mrs. Ingram,
of lone. 1
' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grant spent
Wednesday evening in Pendleton.
Nykoe English was taken to the doc
tor again Friday evening and he was
found to have a fractured wrist, which
the doctor placed in a cast.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Tt. Hamilton were
in Pendleton Wednesday afternoon.
Esther Powell returned to Rieth on
No. 18 Friday evening from Portland,
where she has spent the most 6f the
MI 33 Haroldino Horton is suffering
from a felon on one of her fingers
which is the second one she has had
The pacific Ocean has an area of
about 55,000,000 square miles, which
Is equal to the entire land surface of
Putting on the right-hand glove first
is said to denote perpetual , single
blessedness; to lose one glove and not
throw the other away Immediately is
held to foreshadow financial loss.
WILBUR MAKES A GRANDSTAND START. BY ALLMAN
15 SITTING IH
All DOUEDUP And with
A BOX OF CANDV AND A
MAGAZINE, AND HEf? BE.0
I M 3k. I tm ft I JB1
M fV-J Fix THE bed r WV V jzz? 'yVm:' SaW I
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(East Oregonian Special.)
PILOT ROCK, Sept. 12. The Wo
men's Community Club of Pilot Rock
held their first meeting of the season
at the church Wednesday' evening,
September 7. A splendid program fol
lowed the business meeting and a sot
eial time and refreshments were en
joyed later. Thirty-four members re
sponded to roll call and five -new
names were added to' the membership
roll. They were Mrs. Frank Michael,
Sr., Mrs. Pearl Fletcher, Mrs. Sanford
Siegrlst, Miss Inez Easton and Miss
Katherlne Sickles. The library com
mittee, of which Mrs. W. C. Stanley is
chairman, had charge oJr.," follow
ing program, which was 4 t for all:
Reading Miss Portia Kldwcll.
Vocal Solo Zilla Johnston.
Piano Solo Lillian Cramer.
Club Prophecy Mrs. C. M. Best.
The next meeting will be Wednes
day evening, September 14 and will be
in charge of the home economics com
Miss Elizabeth McLaughlin of CIn
clnnati, Ohio, is here visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. John Cummins.
Mrs. Charles Wilson and Grandma
Patterson were shopping in Pendleton
Evan Cameron was transacting bus
lness here Friday.
Mrs. W. C. Stanley spent Friday aft
ernoon in Pendleton.
Mrs. Cora Knotts has accepted a po
sition at the local telephone office.
Mrs. I. M. Schannep and daughter,
Maxine motored from Pendleton Wed
nesday evening to attend the Commu
nity club meeting.
Mrs. Lawrence Hughes has been
quite ill at her home here since Wed
. Fourteen ladles met in the church
basement Thursday afternoon to quilt,
Mrs. Edith Van Deusen, county
demonstrator, will be in Pilot Rock
Friday and Saturday, September 30,
and October 1st to conduct a millinery
school. . ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry LaVelle of Pen
dleton were here visiting relatives last
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IT! WE'R G'VE
WILBUR A LITTLE
TASTE OF DOMESTIC
LIFE WHEN HE
CAN MAKE A BED AS GOOD AS
ANV WOMAN AND I'M NOT GOING
MV WIFE BE A DPUDGE. U
CARE WHAT HELEM
'After Every Meal'
Alt over the
use this CQQ&
for Ite (
mil cs its
; sweet, throat
, W. C. Stanley and Oill Curtwrlght
left last Sunday for the mountains to
Archie Bond has taken over the re
pair shop of me Pilot Hock Auto Co.,
and is prepared to give first class ser
vice along this line.
Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Boylen return
ed home Thursday. They spent ' the
summer at the Henry Casteel ranch.
I OFFICE CAT
Although the Itlvoll Is a ne.tr thea
tre, we felt quite at home there last
night. It was because we recognized
the voices f several who read the
moving picture titles out loud,
What has become of the old-fash
ioned little girl who on arriving nt the
age of the grown-ups, donned long
klrts and nvas quite proud of her
change of apparel?
Answer. Her sartorial shortnge is
now made Bhorter.
The most reassuring words we have
heard in many days were uttered to
day by the confectioner at the Delta,
as he was checking the all day suckers
and gum drops after the noon rush.
"Business Is picking up.
. PiVrarr fcppetita -"
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It Is Here!
WHAT DO YOU MEAN ? .( ,
New Buick 4
We have a 5-passenger Buick 4 on' our floor for
your inspection- This car is not for sale but orders
, accepted now for delivery soon.
SEE THIS WONDER CAR
Oregon Motor Garage
119-121,West:Court St. 7 v
, Photic 468 - ".
1. Free nlr.
2. . One dollar table d'hote that will
8. Less chin-music on the party
Our Saturday query on "what to do
with oltvo stones brought forth the
following In this morning's mail:
"I always sftp them on the butter
plate of the lady on my right." He
signs himself Grandpa but neglects to
prefix Foxy. Another remarkable
contrib says: "The -seed should be
slipped between the cheek and the
lower Jaw bone. Eventually one. will
have sufficient stones to build a fire
place In the new bungalow." i
DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE
Chronln and Nervous Disease! an!
Diseases of Women. , X-Ray Electric
Temple Bldg. " Room U
Phon 41 .
Wood for Sale
iv car jyrs
Yellow Pine, Fir and Tamarao
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CHICHESTER S PILLS
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