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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1021.
Social mid Club News
V'iCMrtXa 18 THIS EVENING, P. T. A. MEETS X. tUnehart, a smuit event or lust
An event of thin evening wilt 1k tho i The Parent Teacher Association of weck ln Portland. Mr. Warner, Miss
nutrrirmc of Mis Vera Temple of thiH the Riverside school held an interest- Kaeder'a cousin, was best man, Mrs,,
city and Henry J udd. of Portland. Tho in meeting on Friday evening. The Henry Dixon Jones, mother of Mrs,
ceremony wilt take pUuo in the affair was in the nature ot an tutor- Warner, was anions tho out-of-town
Church of the Itedeemer, with Rev. mal reception for tho teachers, Miss 8uests " ceremony.
Alfred Uiekwond officiating. INell chandler and Miss Lillian Rtev-
Mlns Temple, who Is the daughter Cna. After a short business session
tit Mrs. Alvah Slusher, wilt be riven and urogram, refreshments were serv-
In marriage by iMr. Blusher. Miss
Theltna Thompson will bo maid of
honor, and Miss Catherine Thompson
and Miss Ksther Shea will be brides
maids. Prank Dickson of Portland,
will bo best man, and Thomas Mur
phy and Harold lirwk will be the
ushers. Little Evelyn Cresswell, niece
of the bride, will bo flower girl.
Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Judd. Mrs. W. I
Thompson and Edward Thompson and
Miss Annsmay Uronaugh are among
tho oiit-.f-town guests who will at
tend tho ceremony.
Mrs. William Lowell and children,
Stephen and Therese, left on Saturday
for Portland, whore they will be
uests of Mrs. Roy T. Bishop, former
ly of this city. They will visit also
St Oswego, with Mrs. Hoi man Ferrin,
Mrs. Lowell's sister-in-law.'
ed. Mrs. 1L O. Zwicher president.
presided. Arrangements were made
to five an entertainment In the near
future to raise funds to Improve the
Interior the school house.
Following Is the program given Fri
Instrumental solo, Miss Mary Doug
Recitation "Welcome,'' Master
(Composed by Benjamin's mother,
"Mrs. H. O. Zwicker.)
Address "Aim and Purpose of P. T.
A." Mrs. Clara Forter Smith.
Piano solo Miss Ehther Helmlok.
An attractive portrait of Sirs. Har
old J. Warner of this city appeared
in yesterday's Oregonian. Mrs. War
ner was matron of honor at the wed
ding of Miss Margaret Raeder and F.
HOPF'S I'PSTAIRS SHOP
Every woman interested in new Fall Garments should
see our splendid showiner of SUITS, COATS and
Prices Are Reasonable
MRS. LA MP KIN HONORED.
' Mrs. Louise Lampkin, who will
leave on Thursday for a visit in Iowa
and in California, was honored on Fri
day uftcrnoon by members of the
1-avender Club who called at her home
bringing with them a "shower" of
handkerchiefs. Later in the after
noon, refreshments were served, Mrs.
J. M. Cook. Mrs. Fred Kraser and Mrs.
Anna Robertson assisting. Guests for
the afternoon were Mrs. Dorothy
Thomas, Mrs. Elgin Noreen, Mrs.
Smith, Mrs. Helna Hurtou, Mrs. (Ira
Hamilton, Mrs. Cook, Mrs. Emil Doh
neit, Mrs. A. T. Perkins, Mrs. Rob
ertson, Mrs. Frazier, Mrs. Will Peter
son, Frances Robertson and Fred
LKAV'B FOR SPOKAXR
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Smith, Sirs. C.
C. Sturgis and son Cyrus, and Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Vuughan left yesterday
by motor for Spokane. Mrs. Sturgis
and son are returning to their home in
Roston and the remainder of the par
ty will return to Pendleton after a
short visit ln the Washington city,
MRS. EDMOND RETURNS.
Mrs. George Edmond returned yes
terday after a two months visit with
friends. She was accompanied Tiere
from Wisconsin by her grandson,
Earl Rember, aged 12, who may make
his home ln . Pendleton with his
CLUB TO MEET.
The Busy Bee Club will meet tomor
row afternoon at the home of Mrs. W.
C. Crawford. S14 East Alta street.
Mrs. Pauline Moore Riley, state com
mander of the Women's Benefit Asso
ciation of the order, will be present.
1 "W" 'N. M
A CLOSE RACE
AVE ARE SETTING
A PACE WHICH ISPOV
5IIRF TTI WIN? Kl"L,J
Imported Mushrooms, can ."50c
Mixed Vegetables, everything you need for a fine
Imported, large tin v 35c
Re Umberto Tomato Sauce, tin ...10c
Old Monk Olive Oil 35c to $6.75
Imported Sardines 25c to 75c
Imported Roll Herring, jar 35c
Fruit Cocktail, imported, jar ......, 25c
East Indian Chutney, bottle $1.25
Keillers Marmalade, can .....50c
Extracted Honey, pint ;..35c
Extracted Honey, quart ;..55c
Extracted Honey, 1-2 gallon $1.15
Extracted Honey, gallon $2.50
New York Cheese, uncolored, pound .... .....50c
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phones 28 Only 1 Quality the Best
POPllAB GAKMEXT SHOP
MISS CHAXXEP DEPARTS.
Miss Maxine Schannep departed
yesterday for Forest Grove to resume
her studies at Pacific University. Miss
Schannep, who is tho daughter 'of
Judge and Mrs. I. M. Schannep, has
been assisting in the county library
during the summer.
RETURN FROM PORTLAND.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Earl, Mrs. Nona
La Fontaine and Rex (Ellis returned
last evening after a motor trip to
Portland. Mr. Earl and Mr. Ellis at
tended the Shrine initiation ceremo
nies, Mr. Earl entering the order.
MRS. AT RES CONVALESCING.
Friends ot Mrs. R. W. Ayers will be
glad to learn that she is convalescing
after a recent operation. Mrs. Ayers
condition was most serious but she is
now on the road to recovery.
MRS KNIGHT HERB
. Mrs. John R. Knight ot Stanfield is
In the city today.
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We make this exceptional offer so that you may get ac
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for softening, healing, beautifying the complexion.
Simply wonderful as a base for powder. You love to use
it it's so fragrant, cooling and refreshing. Stimulates
the tissues and makes you feel as well as look lots
FACE POWDER JONTEEL is a soft, invisible powder
with a remarkable clinging quality. You notice the dif
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ROUGE JONTEEL is so lifelike. Matches your own nat
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to carry in f urse or pocket.
You can secure these Jonteel Beauty Requisite only at
The Rexall Store.
THE PENDLETON DRUG CO. !
Your chance of a life time to stock up. Regardless of
cotton advancing we are selling cotton mattresses, 45
pounds in weight, rolled edge, for the price of the tick
45 pound Cotton Mattresses, F. O. B. the store $5.50
15 pound Cotton Mattresses, delivered $6.00
We have the most typical assortment of Cheyenne,
Apache, Kiowa and Arapho Indian beaded goods ever
displayed in Pendleton. .
SEE 'EM IN OUR WINDOW
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SotWactiua Our Aim
MRS. BRUIN ARRIVES.
Mrs. E. B. Bruin arrived yesterday
from Portland and is a guest at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Thomas Fits
gerald. She will remain until after
RETURN FROM TRIP,
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Sommerville and
daughters, Evelyn and Sidney, have
returned after a motor trip to Port
land and Albany, where they visited
RETURN FROM PORTLAND.
Mr. and Mrs. David Neinon and
Miss Helen Nelson hare returned
from a trip to Portland Mr. Nelson
attended the Shrine ceremonies in
RETURNS TO HOME.
Mrs. Edna Berg left today for her
home in Roseburg after a week's vis
it with Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hogue. She
is a sister of Mrs. R. W. Ayers, of
MISS AL'NE TO DEPART.
Miss Margaret Aune will depart to
morrow for Portland to join her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Struck Aune. Miss
Aune will attend Reed College this
TO LEAVE FOR WASHINGTON.
Mrs. Robert N. Ktanfield and dau
ghter, Miss Barbara Stanfield, will
pass through Pendleton on Saturday-
en route to Washington, D. C.
MRS. GRAY DEPARTS.
Mrs. Lillian Gray departed last
evening for Portland after a short visit
in Pendleton. She expects to return
here later in the fall.
MRS. COLLINS RETURNS, t
Mrs. Henry Collins and daughter,
Catherine Collins, have returned from
Portland where they spent the past
MRS. FARLEY RETURNS.
Mrs. Roy Farley has returned from
La Grande after a visit at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
H. Currcy. .
One of the great advantages in
the use of honey is that cakes
made with it will keep much
longer than those, made with
sugar. A money cake made
with butter, for instance, will
keep its quality until the butter
grows rancid, and one made
without butter will keep fresh
for months. For , this reason
honey is especially useful ln re
cipes that call for no butter.
Icing made with honey has tho
same advantage. Q
A little experience will enable
any one to substitute honey suc
cessfully for sugar in bread, cake,
preserved fruits, sauces, and
candies. It is safe to estimate
that a cupful of honey will
sweeten about as much as a cup
ful of sugar, but since honey
cohtains water in addition, there
is less need for milk or other 11-
Tlrwl Mothers. It's hard work to
take care of children and to cook,
sweep, wash, sew and mend "besides.
Tired mothers should take Hood'i
Sarsaparilla it refreshes the blood,
improves the appetite,' assures rest
ful sleep, and helps In many ways.
fluids. For practical purposes it is
hi accurate enough to consider
that for each cupful of honey a
quarter of a cupful is added to
the recipe. If these facts are
kept in mind special honey re-
cipes are unnecessary. K V. D.
MOVIE STAR BECOMES
. 'KISSLESS BRIDE' TWO
TIMES IN TWO YEARS
I OS AN'OELES, Sept. 12 (I. . S.)
May Allison, the movie star, an
nounced on the eve of the arrival of
her husbarid here for a belated honey
moon, that sho had become a "kiss-
less" bride twice in less than two
years. She married Colonel Stephen
son, a wealthy mining man in Decem
ber 1919. The marriage waa annylled
couple of months later.
She Becretely wpdded Robert Ellis,
a movie director on Thanksjfiving day,
last year at Greenwish, Conn. They
separated 'after a quiet wedding din
nc. Her husband is enroute here now.
lUHi MARKET HH.IIKU
PORTLAND, Sept. 12. (A. P.)
Cattle are steady. . Hogs are 25 cents
higher, prime light, $12 to $12.50.
Sheep are steady. Eggs are steady
and butter is firm.
(East Oregonian Spocial.)
UK I AH, Sept. 12. Mrs. Slaughter,
principal of the Ukiah nchool, who
has been in the mountains with Mr.
Slaughter during the summer, return
ed last Saturday Kind is now ready for
her school work.
Miss Edith M. Cone of Portland, pri
mary teacher, arrived Friday and Is
staying at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Allison for tho present.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Lee of Mabton.
Washington, are visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Kirk for a few days. Mrs.
Kirk and Mrs. Lee were school mates
together and each one is enjoying the
J. H. Constants has sold his store at
Ritter and his son Bert and wife have
returned to Ukiah where Bert will as
sist his father ln the hardware business.
Mrs. Reed and daughter, Katherine,
left Friday morning for Pilot Rock,
returning the same day, accompanied
by her other daughter, Josle, of Port
land. School "began Tuesday with a good
attendance and a number more schol
ars will be here soon. A number of
families from Grant county would
have spent the winter hero on account
or school had there been more vacant
Mr. and Mrs. William Rider of Dale
wero in town Saturday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Coppick and sons of
Athena, who have been visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Chamberlain, return
ed to their home last Sunday.
Snow fell at the lookout station last
Karl Kirk and wife returned to their
home In Pendleton last Sunday. They
wert accompanied back by Miss Irene
Kirk, who will attend high school
there, this being her third year.
Miss Grace GIbbs who has been
spending the summer at the GIbbs
saw-will with her father, left a- short
timo ago for lEnterprlse. Oregon, to
stay with her sister and attend her
second year of high school.
Iorena Ness returned home from
Eddie Ness returned Monday to Pi
lot Rock to begin his second year of
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Helmlok return
ed Monday from Freewater where
they had gone after fruit.
Jay Despaln left the first of the
week, expecting to be gone from Ukiah
Miss Ruth Huddleson of Lone Rock
is clerking for Peterson Bros. ,
New Fall Suits
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Youthful appearance is very largely a matter
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PRICE VERY MODERATE
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Johnson and
family are stopping at the Ukiah ho
tel until their house la ready tor them.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hllbert havo
moved to town so as to send their son
Frank Jr.. to school.
Albert Peterson returned Wednes
day, from a business trip to Grant
Leo Burr returned from Grant coun
ty Wednesday with a load ot potatoes
for Peterson Bros.
Fayette Mettle, Antone Bcheels and
Marlon Martin made a business trip to
Pendleton this week.
William Meengs ot Bridgo creek,
was a Ukiah visitor Friday.
Mrs. Constants, who has been In
Pendleton tor the last ten JlayA re..
turned home Friday.
Arthur McRoberts and Virgil Peter
son were visitors at the county scat
this week. '
Forest Ness, left for ' Pendleton
Monday, returning Tuesday.
Mrs. T. P. Gilllland of Pilot Rock,
who is staying at the Hidaway Springs,
was In town Wednesday visiting old
VISITORS FROM ADAMS.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parr, of Adams,
were in Pendleton yesterday. Mr.
Parr consulted an oculist for eye
MOTOR TO WALLA WALLA.
Mrs. Thomas Young, Mrs. James '
Johns, Jr., and Mis Marie Antoinette i
windraux motored to Walla Walla
RETURN FROM HOOD RIVER
Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Bowman have
returned after spending the summer at
their summer place near Hood River.
They made the trip by motor.
tirother-in-Law Is Her Hero
MRS. SLUSHER RETURNS.
Mrs. Dale Slusher and son, Dal
Junior, have returned after a sojourn
MIKS STANFIELD RETURNS.
Miss Kate Stanfield returned to
Pendleton yesterday from Portland
HERE FROM WESTON.
Mr. and Mrs. Tim McRride of Wes
ton, are Pendleton visitors today.
Oregos'i Higher Inttiiuiios of
Eitkt Schools; Serotv Oepvtmealt
FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 19, 1921
1m Maruiaa writ w ikt Itpurv
Oregon Agricultural College
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Tho distance was noarly six hundred
miles, but tho plucky woman and hcr
children covered It In ten days. She
arrived In Jacksonville several days
before the death of her ulster.
ATTALLIaZ Ala., Sept. 13. (I. N.
8.) When Mrs. W. C. Chambers, of
this city, learned that her sister wasl
dying in Jacksonville, Fla., she deter-
mined to go to her bedside. Lack of
funds failed to shake Mrs. Chamber's
determination. Realizing that she
could not make the trip by rail, Mrs.
Chambers packed a few belongings
Into a small bundle and, accompanied
by her two young sons, started the trip
The Key tht Unlocks tho , Door to
The men of eighty-five and ninety
years ot age are not the rotund, well
fed, but thin, spare men, who live on
a slender diet. Be as careful as ha
will, however, a man past middle age
will occasionally eat too much or
ot some article ot food not suited to
his constitution, causing Indigestion or
constipation and will need, a 4e, ot
Chamberlain's Tablets tfi move hit',
bowels and Invigorate ils stomach.
When this la done.Jflfere Is no reason
'why 'the fverago man should not llvdT
to a ripe old age.
No Substitute Ottered
Say what you will about druggists
offering something "Just as good" be
cause It pays a better profit, the fact
still stands that ninety nine out of a
hundred druggists recommend Cham
berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy,
when the best medicine for diarrhoea
is asked for, and do so because they
know from what their customers say
ot It, that it can be depended upon.
A Pronounced Success '
The uniform success that has at
tended the use of Chamberlain's Colic
and Diarrhoea Remedy in the relief
and cure ot bowel complaints, both for
children and - adults, has brought It
Into almost universal use, so that It Is
practically without a rival and as
everyone who has used It knows, It la
without an equal.
Tho Ideal Purgative
As a pugatlve, Chamberlain's Tab
lets are the exact thing required.
Strong enough for the most -robust,
mild e'nouTh for children. They cause
an agreeable movement of the bowels
without any of that terrible griping.
They are ensy nnd pleasant to take
and agreeable In effect
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