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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 26, 192L
OUTllUltSTS OF EVERETT THUE
Special News of Umatilla Co.
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bra bs Told tkat ou uaRe cwt He povndiwc
iTMfilCt. SO THI TIMS IVE fOW3.HT Too.
FACULTY OF ATHENA
SCHOOLS ENTERTAINED -"3
fK'nt oreffontan Special.)
ATIIh.VA. fept. 56. A reception
van IT.ven hry the Parent-Teachers As
riat on and the Civic Club Tuesday
mii i In the Athena, high school
building in honor of the faculty of the
lu.'Hl m hools. -
Many Alhena people attended the
l!oiind-t"n !n Tendleton last week.
Hose Jantier and Miss Ruth
Itntl visiitvi friends Jn W'ala Walla
Mm. n. A. Adams of Weston was In
An', and Mrs. Lee Johnson visited In
llei mil ton Saturday.
Al!rt F.x of Walla Walla was a
v 'T in Athena Wednesday.
Vrs. Jane Carden has returned from
n v l with hi son Bert Wilson at Ta
.Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ringel and
tfanh!ers Kiss, and Emma were in
1 endleton Wednesday evening.
Ace Wajrner of Garfield, Wash, has
heen visiting his mother at her home
in Athena, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles May were In
hena, Wednesday front their home
rs. Charles McFarland and daugh
ter llniti'l visited in Walla Walla,
Hoss King of "eston transacted
business in Athena Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bugene Stanton of
Miles City, Montana, who have been
visiting- relatives In Athena have re
turned to their home.
Mrs. Klmer Merritt spent Tuesday
with relatives in Adams.
Miss Kose Jantxer of Azalen, Ore.,
returned to her home Saturday after
spending the summer at Athena.
Mrs. W. . Estes visited tn Walla
E. c. Rogers was a business visitor
in Pendleton Tuesday.
V. H. Reeder of Tacoma has been
visiting at the home of his son Otto
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Raber of Corval
lis and Mr. and Mrs. Joe McClavin of
Wallowa have been gMesta at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Richards.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos O'Dell and son
have returned to Athena from Walla
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POINTERS FROM OWtSION HEADQUARTERS IN TOWN TOCV1
AM PAINTED THE STOVE IN The WAITING ROOM Aw-iO THl:
BAGGAGE TRUCK AND SCALES
WRITING A CHECK
There is something: about writing a Check which
inspires coiifklcnce, for ft furnishes a definite rec- .
ril of business tianMutions, local receipts, and it
enables anyone to get along with a small amount of
cash. It is the invariable rale of successful men to
write checks for all their business transactions.
We sliall be glad to have you open a checking ac
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Vnr Ofcl Farnltar Takes in Exchange a Part Payment on We
Ksciuam Affeau la tVadletoa for Aeroloi (No Whip) Fore
WallA to reside,
Halllo Pier-sol is in Athena visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keopke and
daughter Dorothy, left recently for
their winter home at Watsonvtlle,
California. IXirothy will, re-enter the
girls school In Los Angeles, 'Where she
was a student last year.
Mrs. A. B. McEwen and daughter
Miss Jessica McEwen of Portland are
visiting at the H. A. Barrett and R. B.
McEwen homes here.
r. and Mrs. Clyde Fuller of Walla
alia were the guests of her sister.
Mrs. lieorge Finch Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Piersol and
baby daughter of Wasco have been
guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. a
The members of the Christian
Church enjoyed an oyster supper Wed
nesday evening at seven o'clock in the
church dining room. About thirty five
being present. After a short business
talk by F. E. Russell pastor of the
church a social hour was spent.
Mrs. Nellie Tajfgart of Spokane has
been visiting at the home of her broth
er A. A. Foss.
Grant Prestbye has purchased the
lot east of the Athena Department
store at the corner of Fourth and
Main from Watts and Rogers.
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(East Oregonian Special.)
HERMISTON. Or., Sept. 26. A
five number lyceum course will be
held In Hermiston this fall and winter.
The opening number will be the Free
man Hammond company and will be
held October 29. Twenty local men
have signed up to guarantee the ex
penses of the course, but hope to sell
enough tickets to make it a money
Officers for the coming yenr have
just been elected by the Baptist ladles
aid. Mrs. F. D. Callahan is president;
Mrs. W. W. Illsley, vice president: Mrs.
T. H. Gaither, secretary-treasurer.
The Parent-Teachers' association
will hold a reception for the teachers
at its first meeting, which will be
some time in October. A program
will be held and refreshments served.
Tho date will be announced soon.
Oregon's cleanup squad of repre
sentatives of the Veteran's bureau will
be in Hermiston next Wednesday.
They will hear claims of ex-service
men against the government and will
have a medical officer along to con
duct examinations. All men who
have claims against the government
arising out of the'.r army service have
been asked to be present.
The Hermiston high school football
team has made arrangements with the
Athena high school for a football
game between the two here on Octo
ber 7. This is the first day of the
Dairy and Hog Show and the game
will be played in the afternoon as part
of the program. The local boys are
working hard under Coach Gralapp
and hope to develop a strong team by
The Junior class of the high school
has determined to publish an annual
this year and has chosen its staff. The
Editor-in-chief, Phyllis Dyer; asso
ciate editor, Mary Addleman; business
manager, Irwin Shotwell; literary ed
itor, Grace Skinner; athletic editors,
Lucile Sullivan and Paul Stockard;
dramatic editor. Zona Bensel; music
editor, John Haddox; subscription
manager, Hugh Fraser; Joke editor,
Margaret Neary; Cartoonist, Leo
Smith; society editor, Mary Currie;
calendar editor, Elda Buhman.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Johnson returned
Wednesday from Fort Wayne, Indiana,
where they spent much of the sum
mer. They report an enjoyable time
in their old home but say the weather
was excessively hot.
Mrs. H. J. Mohr of Chicago Is here
visiting her sister, Mrs. Claude L. Up
han. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Mooney who re
cently sold their interest in the city
meat market here will locate in Ar
lington where Mr. Mooney has bought
the meat market.
A seven and one half pound girl
was born to Mr. and Mrs, Raymond L.
Cook, Monday. September 19.
The Hermiston Fruit Growers ex
pect to ship 25,000 boxes of apples out
of here this season. A force of 16
people is now at work in the Leathers
warehouse. Cars are being loaded for
(RiBt Oregonian Special.)
BOA RDM AN, Sept. 26. An exten
sive rabbit campaign was worked out
last night, Albert Swain of the U. S.
Biological Survey cooperating with the
local committee. Poisoning in sev
eral ways is to be employed by every
body. Several -wire fence traps are to
be built and a series of drives covering
the project will be staged. One good
method would be to put a Jag of hay
at some point where rabbits congre
gate. As they become used to feeding
there a fence should be placed about
the pile and poisoned hay put outside
the fence. This method can be used
wherever the rabbits are working on a
stack. With such concerted action,
followed up by a vigorous winter cam
paign, it will be possible to have a
clear season next summer, especially
if there is a period of snow this winter
to expedite the poison campaign.
L. A. Hunt, Mgr. of the Columbia
Basin Hay Growers Ass'n. was in
Boardman yesterday in the Interests
of the ferry. Mr. Hunt is trustee of
the subscribed funds for the construe
tlon of the ferry boat and has called a
meeting for next Tuesday night for the
purpose of an accounting.
How's this for ten cents? Daily
menu for one week: Pork and beans,
prunes, slice bread and butter; Hindu
eggs, cocoa, bread and butter; cream
of corn soup, baked apple with butter
sauce, bread and butter; rice pudding
cup coco, bread and butter; beef
stew, cocoa, bread and butter. This Is
a sample of what the pupils of the
Boardman Community school get for
their hot lunch. Practically all the
pupils and teachers take advantage of
the service. The meal is served cafe
teria style and a single Item may be
ordered to supplement lunch 'brought
from home. Payment is made daily
or monthly and duplicate tickets are
made for each order. Teachers super
vise the pupils and correct serious ha
bits of table etiquette and monitors
are apointed to keep the tables neat
and clean. The work of serving the
lunch is In the hands' of Mrs. C. P.
Harter, who is employed and paid by
the board, all items being served at
cost. The cafteria Is equipped with
a full set of dishes and silverware for
100 persons and the kitchen is equlp
ed In modern style, and 1s also used
for instruction classes in cooking.
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At the missives on the floor.
"So many men of many minds,"
He muttered with a curse,
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In writing1 vapid verse."
He wildly chattered on and on,
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After seeing the young braves in the
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