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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER, 21, 1921.
Social and Club News
KNTKUTAIN FOH MISS l.RACH
llnnnr rs Ml-s Harriott Ijcach, who
l mm,' ut Huppy Canyon during the
four days of tho presentation of the
pageant, Mrs. James Johns. Jr., and
Win K C Kcharpf rs hostesses this
nflriiiHini for an informal tea at the
home of Mis. Johns. Miss Lea"h is a
Lam at lhe Srharpf home during her
! ay in l'andtoton, She arrived here
from I'urtland yesterday morning. '
(IVJ-rSTS IN CITV
Mi. and Mrs. J. T. Elmers of
!i annoy ilr, Idaho, are spending the
we.'ks m-.lh Mr. and Mrs. William
Ui'psch. Mr. Kimers is cashier of the
rim Ni.t.onal Hunk of Grangerille.
They w.ll see the Pendleton Hound
l n dor. nr their visit.
VKIniN(5 IS SOLEMNIZED
Miss Jean Pale and Guy Carl Bybce,
both of this city, were united in mar
riage at the First Christian Church
yesterday afternoon with Kev. V. A.
Grossman, pastor, officiating. The ring
ceremony was used. Miss Gladys B,
Johnson was maid of honor and Mrs.
C. O. Hybee matron of honor. Mr.
and Mrs. Hybeo will make their home
MASTER GRAHAM VISITS.
Master Wallace Graham Is here
from' Portland to attend the Kound
l"p and visit with his parents, Mr. and
Airs. H. V. Graham. Master Wallace
makes his home with his grandfather
during the winter months and at
tends school in Portland.
HOPF'S I'PSIAIRS SHOP
THE AUTHENTIC AUTUMNAL MODES
C,VESTS AT THOMPSON HOME.
Mr. and Mrs. S. It. Thompson have
as their guests Mr. and Mrs. George C.
lUakely, of The Dalles. Additional
guests at the Thompson homo are
Miss Ruth Trenum, Dick Trenum and
Miss Iram Verd of Seattle, all Univer
sity of Washington seniors who arc
classmates of Miss Thelma Thompson.
Miss Thompson motored to Walla
Walla today to meet her guests.
Miss Verd, Miss Trenum and Miss
Thompson are sorority sisters, all be
ing members of Kappa Kappa Gam
ma. WEDDING IS SOLEMNIZED.
Miss Mabel C. Hemphill and Clar
ence F. AVilklns were married last
evening at 8:30 at the Presbyterian
Manse, Rev. George L. Clark officiat
ing. The bride was attired In a brown
tailor with hat to match. The couple
were attended by Mrs. Maude Rich
mond, sister of the bride, and George
H. Linn, a nephew. After a short wed
ding trip to Portland, Mr. and Mrs.
Wilkins will be ut home in Pendleton.
LITTLE DAUGHTER BORN
Mr. and Mrs. Osborne B. Morrow,
of Medford, are the parents of a baby
daughter, born yesterday. Mrs. Mor
row will be remembered as Miss Al
berta Cavemler. formerly a member of
tho Pendleton high school faculty, and
has many friends here. The new ar
rival has been named Nancy.
BABY DAUGHTER BORN.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Bruce Bailey, Jr.,
are the parents of a baby daughter
born yesterday morning in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Bailey formerly resided
here and Mrs. Bailey before her mar
riage was Miss Dorothy Hunziker. The
new arrival is the granddaughter of
Mrs. R. C. McDaniel.
MRS. HUNTLEY RETURNS.
Mr. and Mrs. B. 'M. Huntley and son
Philip are now domiciled in the Secur
ity Apnrtments. Mrs. Huntley has
just recently returned from Portland,
where she has been a patient at Good
Samaritan hospital. Mrs. Huntley's
many friends in Pendleton are wel
coming her back.
Pendleton's Upstairs Garment Shop welcomes
you lo view the New Autumn Modes in Suits,
Coats, Dresses at prices most moderate for
P K M) l ETON'S POPULAR GARMENT SHOP
A Real Fri Display
Bring your friends to see our fruit display. We
feel sure that your time will be well spent.
Apples from the John Rosa ranch, upper Wal
la Walla river, Milton, Oregon. m , ,
DELICIOUS, BLUE WINTER PEARMAIflV
WINTER BANANA, JONATHAN
Trapp Avocados or Aligator Pears, a rare fruit,
usually seen only in the best stores in very large
Malaga, Muscat and Rose Peru Grapes.
Yours for better service and higher quality.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phonei 28 Only 1 Quality the Bed
WHEAT MARKET SHOWS
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DECOMTII . I
A sharp decline was the feature of
trading in wheat today on tho Chicago
market, December easing down to
11.24 3-4 from yesterday's close of
J1.2S 1-4, and May coming down from
yesterday's price of $1.31 3-4 to
J 1.28 1-4. Following are the quota
tions received by Overbeck and Cooke,
Open. High. Low. Close
Dec. J1.27H l-27 31.24 31.24
May 1.31V4 1.31 H 1.28 1.28V4
Sept 1.25 1.25 1.22 1.22
GUESTS FROM PORTLAND.
Mr. and Mrs. Drew P. Price, sons
Joe and Elliott, and daughter Margar
et, of Portland, will arrive in the city
Thursday to attend the Round-Up.
They will "be guests of Rev. George L
Clark and family during their sojourn
WILL WED TODAY.
Mrs. Elvida Burness Watson, of
Portland, who has many friends in
Pendleton, is to wed Arch U. Cleve
land In Minneapolis today. Mrs. Wat
son has visited in Pendleton as the
guest of Mrs. Willard Bond.
Our stock of , Kodaks
and Brownie Cameras is
complete. Better get
yours now for the Round
Up. Have your films ready
and avoid the rush. We
carry all the sizes in films
and Premo film packs.
The Rexall Store.
FN FJ N DRUG CO.
Cots and Beds
J UST A FEW LEPr. LAST CALL FOR
Riley Ik Kemp
Quoin 7 Our WaUiiwurd
Kati faction Our Aim
GUESTS AT THOMPSON HOME.
Miss Susan tErwin of Astoria, Henry
Calllson and James Blaine of Seattle
aro guests at the Thomas Thompson
home, 121 Monroe street, during
LITTLE DAUGHTER BORN
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ghormley arc tho
parents of a baby daughter, born yes
terday at the home of Mrs. Rogers.
The new arrival has been named
MEDFORD, Sept. 21. (U. P.)
"Wigs" Jacks, shot in a shooting af
fray with Raleigh Mathews at Eagle
Point yesterday, died today. An ax
amination showed 23 intestinal tears
where Mathews bullets penetrated
The fight is said to be over a woman
Mrs. Jacks, to whom Mathews paid at
GUESTS FROM COLFAX.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude I. Barr have
as their guests during Round-Up
week, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Bickley and
a Marian of Colfax, Washington.
LITTLE SO NBORN.
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Touch are the
parents of a little son born this morn
ing at their home, 403 West Railroad
TO LEAVE FOR PORTLAND
Mrs. F. E. Boydcn and Mrs. E. W.
McComas will leave tonight for a visit
IDEAS FOR HOUSEWIVES
The business of the baker is to
produce the best possible loaf of
bread under the most ideal con-
dltions it is possible for him to
create. In the modern sanitary
above ground bakery nothing is
left to chance. In the baker's
labratory all materials are care-
fully analyzed before using. For
each baking the Ingredients are
accurately weighed not measur-
ed. Machinery is kept up to
date so that the results will be
perfect. The dough is kept at
exactly the right temperature
from beginning to end so that
the crumb will be well baked
and the crust a golden brown.
B. V. D. .
THREE HERS OF
Theory is Advanced That Deed
Done by Maniac or Someone
With Grudge Against Family
DOWAGIAC. Mich., Sept. 21. -(U.
P.) Bloody finger print, and a nail
studded club are the only clues today
to the fiendish murder of three mem
bers of one family. Willis Monroe,
his wife Mary and his 17 year old
daughter Neva were found In bed with
their skulls crushed. Ardlth. another
'daughter, 12 found with her face
beaten beyond recognition and skull
fractured, will probably die. There Is
no trace of robbery. The police ad
vance the theory that the deed was
done by a maniac or someone with a
grudge against Monroe.
Ardith Monroe, battered and bruis
ed, has regained conclousness In the
hospital. Physician made attempts to
question her. fihe said nothing but
"Mamma, dear, what happened." The
coroner' Jury are Investigating the
crime. Ardlth will probably lose her
j mind, according to physicians.
GENEVA, Sept. 21 (U. P.)
With the Serbians starting on the of
fensive against the Albanians along
the Drina front, Europe Is trying to
avert a new Balkan war. The League
of Nations Is expected to act concern
ing tho open clash today. The league
may order Serbia to abandon the at
tack. If she refuses tho league may
test its ability to stop war.
(East Oregonlan Special.)
BOA RDM AN, Ore., Sept. 21. The
following additions to the prize list
are necessary to complete the records
of tho 1921 North Morrow County
Exhibit of geese, first prize, Earl
Exhibit of bantams, first prize, Nel
Nubian Billy, first prize, Bernard
Pen Belgian Hares, first prize, Max
Best pig, first prize, Hcxtor Wlck
lander. Best hill potatoes, first prize, T. 13.
Draft horse, first prize, J. R. John
son. Jersey Calf, first prize Dclbcrt
From the Heppner Fair the Board
man schools received second prize for
tho school booth, first and second In
club sewing, Div. I; First In club sew
ing, Div. II; First and second In club
cookery. Other exhibitors from Board
man receiving prizes were Mrs. Cram
er, A. L Larson and Eden Larson, and
Wahnona Rands, several prizes for
The Boardman schools enrolled an
even hundred tho first week which
closely approaches the total enrollment
of the preceding year. The school Is
ENRICH THE NEW TAILORED MODE'
In presenting the new models of Coats, Suits and
Dresses, we note one touch that unfailingly appeals
, to the feminine taste. '
However simple in design the model, however se
vere the tailored lines, just the decorative touch that
makes simplicity completely charming is found.
If you have not yet seen this notable showing, do
not fail to do so while the selection is complete. You
will be delighted with the style distinction and the
charm of these Coats, Suits and Dresses for women
and misses', and the coats for girls of six to fourteen.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE: Two ladies suits, small
. size, at Rudd's, 107 W. Webb.
WANTED By married man, ex-soldier,
any kind of work, all winter
job, ranch hand, good cow hand. Ad
dress "15" this office.
During Round - Up
week we are offering
from 10 to 20 per cent
off on all our hats. y
Large reductions on
all our Art Goods.
The Smart Shop
Dodge Chasuls with Bcv.
crly or Suburban Body. A
splendid car for general
utility piirixmes, ranch,
lump, delivery or light
4tagc woitk. Car especial
ly fitted for Uio west with
uomfortublo front seat, ex
tra gasoline tank, running
board tanks, spotlight, etc.
I 'an carry a large loud and
keen It dry.
Car was now July 1st nl
has been driven only 4310
miles across the continent.
ThlM Is a car largcl used
In Iho cast lint believed to
be the only one of its lypo
In tho vicinity.
I'urtlciilurly neat nm; at
tractive and In first class
Car may bo seen at, Mm
lluii k Uarugc, Court St.
The Arrival of the :JL
I BEE HIVE
i PENDLETON OREGON
evenly divided between boys and girls.,
Several pupils are entering this week
and all are settling down to vigorous
work. Steps have been taken to or
ganize and train a school orchestra.
This work will be in charge of Mr. Leo.
It is also a matter of community pride
that all the graduates of the high
school are entering college this fall,
Miss Helle Packard at Walla Walla,
and Paul Hatch and Uram Messenger
at O. A. C. '
Word has reached Hoard man thct
A. J. Hiodgcr who taught manual train
ing in the Boardman schools last year
has been chosen principal of tho
schools at Laplne, Deschutes County,
at a salary of $1800. .
The Hoardman and Irrigon Sunday
schools have Just closed an attendance
contest covering six weeks. Board maj
winning. As a result Irrigon furnish
ed a picnic dinner last Monday anj
thirty representatives of the Board
man Sunday school assisted In a Join
session at Irrigon last Sunday, enjoye
the bountiful repast provided by th
good people of Irrigon, Including t
watermelon feast. The occasion waf
ultllisied by Rev. If. L Van Nuys. star
Sunday school worker of the I'resbyJ
terlan Board, as an oportunlty for
conference on Sunday school wor j
with a view to Increasing Interest an
attendance. Nov. 4th has been set
the date for further jrork along churcf
lines by a committee of the boar
Special music was furnished by
Doble, Mies (tunlap and the Uoardmaft
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We wish to announce to the public
that we are now in complete charge of S,,
the firm formerly known as the D. D."; :
Phelps Plumbing Show.
We will at all times carry a complete
line of pipe and fittings from 1-8 inch
to 4 inch, a large stock of bath robm:;
and plumbing fixtures. . i
' Jones-Kay Plumbing Co.
Phone 443 315 E. Court
Plumbing, Heating, Sheet Metal Work, Repair rj
A Complete Line of
ADDED TO OUR ALREADY CHOICE STOCK FOR
YOU TO CHOOSE FROM DURING THE
REMAINING 5 DAYS OF THE
Round-Up Sale ;
AH Good Priced to Soil " Your Credit U Good
CRAWFORD FURNITURE CO
103 E. Court St. Pendleton, Ore. Phone 498