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About The Athena press. (Athena, Umatilla County, Or.) 18??-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 14, 1922)
Mr. W. L. Smock was in Athena
J. V. Bell of Weston was in Athe-
Ruford Price of Weston, was inQi
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Matt Mosgrove of Milton, was in
John Banister Sr. came over from
John Thompson from Gibbon, was
in town Wednesday.
Dr. F. D. Watts was a Walla Wal
la visitor Wednesday.
Jess York of Weston, was an
Atnena visitor Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johnson were
Pendleton visitors Wednesday.
Mrs. A. B. Logsdon visited her par
ent in Walla Walla, Tuesday.
W. F. Gould of Weston, was an
Athena business visitor Wednesday.
0. H. Reeder was a business visi
tor in Pendleton, Saturday and Sun
day Miss Minnie Perry of Walla Walla
was a Sunday guest of Miss Wilma
Fuson, of Weston.
Mrs. Charles Dudley, Misses Fran
ces Williams and Mildred Christen
sen, visited in Pendleton, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Duffy, af
ter a winter's residence in Athena,
have moved to their ranch near Gib
bon. Marion Hansell, Omer Stephens and
M. L. Watts will shoot in the Walla
Walla tournament, beginning tomor
row. Mr. and Mrs. 0. 0. Stephens and
Dale were dinner guests Sunday at
the M. W. Hansell home north of
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Henry and Dolph Thompson of
Gibbon are assisting Henry Barrett
with his sheep at the Pine Creek
McFadden's soda fountain will be
open for business tomorrow morning.
Miss Ethel Hodgen was at home
for the week end from her school at
The ladies of the Baptist church
held a successful pastry sale last
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Pinkerton were
over from their home near State
Line last week.
Mrs. G. C. Prestbye and Mrs. Wil
liam Piper of Adams, were in Walla
Mrs. Alfred Pambrun had as her
Daffodils and violets are making
ir late appearance in Athena gar
dens, but in ample time for Easter
Mre. A. C. Froom accompanied
Mrs. Van Deusen, county demonstra
tion agent to Weston yesterday.
Mrs. W. R. Taylor last week ac
companied her husband, Chief of Pol
ice "Jinks" Taylor of Pendleton, on
a trip to Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Proudfit were
birthday dinner guests, Tuesday eve
ning at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Gensel in Pendleton.
week, her mother, Mrs. VRain and snow has interfered with
Athena s cleanup program for today
the week end at her home south of
Dr. H. C. Curry, eyesight special
ist of Seattle, made one of his per
iodical professional visits to Athena
We Clean and Dye everything that is Cleanable or
Dyeable. Suits made to order. Give your bundle
to the Troy Laundry driver.
Mrs. W. R. Taylor and Mrs. M. L.
Lecper are guests for the week at
the country home near Walla Walla,
of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Yenney.
Mrs. George R. Gerking will en
tertain her Bible school class, com
prising about eighteen girls at her
home with a party tomorrow after
noon. Henry Barrett reports lambing pro
gressing at his Pine Creek ranch.
The lamb crop is average, range
good, but weather conditions could
have been better.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dudley en
tertained at dinner Sunday, their
guests being Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Lasts, Mrs. Alice Keith and Miss Ne
va Lane of Pendleton.
Tickets for the Legion Post Smo
ker at Legion . Hall tomorrow night
are on sale at McFadden's Pharmacy.
Ladies are especially invited to at
tend the boxing contest ,
Tomorrow afternoon the ladies of
the Christian aid society will hold a
pastry sale in the Haynie store window-
J. T. Lieuallen of Adams has filed
for the democratic nomination for
joint representative for Umatilla and
Morrow counties. He has forwarded
his petition to the secretary of state
Percy Wilson was in from Pilot
Rock, where he has been employed on
the state highway surveying crew.
He .will be transfered to Union coun
ty, to work on the Hilgard-Kamela
section of the highway.
W. J. Gholson has leveled ud the
parking in front of the Press office
building; this week, preparatory to
seeding it to blue grass. Other park
kings throughout the city are being
leveled and sown to grass.
Easter services will be oberved at
the various churches Sunday, with
special music and other features.
At the Christian church the congre
gation will have dinner in the church
dining room directly after .the ser
AGeorge Clisby a ranger recently
faade a trip from Bingham Springs
to Toll Gate on skis. He predicts
high water in the Umatilla soon,
as he encountered snow from 10 to
15 feet deep on the summit of the
Marshal Stone announces that here
Athena citizens are expected
serve the city ordinance by
keepihg their chickens from running
at large. Garden time is at hand,
and all fowls must be kept from -run-
i after i
The snow line again crept down to
the lower foot hills Wednesday night.
As a consequence the temperature
was rather frigid as compared with
the warm sunshine of Wednesday.
Lost-Pair of gentleman's gloves.
Leave at Press office.
The Athena-Weston Post was host
at a dancing party at Legion Hall
Wednesday night, at which a pleas
ant time is reported. Many of the
young people of the city and vicinity
stepped to the inspiring music fur
nished by Williams colored jazz band.
McKenzie Chapter, 0. E. S., will
be hostess next Wednesday evening
at a social session, of Crescent
Chapter of Weston and Loyalty Chap
ter of Milton. All members of the
local chapter are specially urged to
be present and participate in the hos
pitality. Mr. and Mrs. Charles May were
down last week from their mountain
home, and report the season late up
there, as everywhere. The snow is
gradually going, but is often replaced
with a new coat of a few inches, and
planting of seeds will be late as a
Mrs. Henry A. Barrett was ' host
ess Tuesday afternoon to the ,Star
club, at her home on 5th street.
Twenty ladies were present, includ
ing Mrs. E. E. Goff of Newberg and
Mre. M. M. Johns. Mrs. Barrett was
assisted in serving refreshments by
Mre Ralph McEwen.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Goff arrived in
the city Friday evening from their
home at Newberg, to visit over Eas
ter week with the family of their
daughter, Mrs. R. B. McEwen. They
drove through by automobile, and
though having a windy trip, found
the highway in good condition.
Saturday the 22d. at 9:30 A. M.
the Home Demonstration Agent, Mrs.
Edith G. Van Deusen, will meet the
Athena ladies to assist them in mak
ing organdie or gingham hats. It
takes a yard of material and Mrs.
A. C. Froom is the project leader.
Enrollments should be made with her.
"Hli. C. Bevens of the Athena Bak
has purchased the McArthur
building from Perry Hall, and will
later move his bakery and confec
tionery stcok there. Mr. Hall will
leave Athena soon, closing his shoe
repairing shop, tomorrow night. Mr.
Bevens will make substantial improv
ments to the building.
White Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pam
brun were in Athena Saturday even
ing, someone entered their home
south of town and . stole a quantity
of groceries, provisions and canned
fruit. Tracks were' discovered' in the
road east of the house, where some
one had tied a team, anT after plun
dering the house drove eastward.
The regular monthly meeting of
the W. C. T. U. was held Wednes
day at the home of Mrs. George
Banister. An interesting program
was carried out, and Mrs. Banister
served refreshments assisted by Mrs.
Charles Betts and Mrs. Ralph Hay
nie. Visitors were: Mrs. S. S. Pier
sol, Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. E. C, Rog
ers and Mrs. S. W. Stiff.
inng at large. i prenratinns , Kino- m-Ho fr
Mr. and Mrs. Dick English passecrfftolding the school sectional track
through Saturday on their way to
Pendleton, from their home on the
Woston uplands. Dick is preparing
to move to Rangers camp, where he
will be stationed as forest ranger
for the summer.
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meet in Athena. Saturday April 29.
The schools of Adams, Athena, He
lix and Weston will participate. The
winners of the competitive events
will represent their respective schools
at the county meet to be held at
Pendleton in MayLFull details and
program for the Atfiena track meet
will be published in the Press of
Last Friday evening, the friends
of George Banister, numbering about
thirty, at the invitation of Mrs. Ban
ister, gathered at the Kirk home near
by and in a body descended upon him
intheir home, giving him a complete
surprise. The occasion was his birth
day and a most pleasant one it prov
ed to be. After a season of social
chat and games, a wonderful pyra
mid birthday cake was brought forth,
decorated with candles numbering
well past the half century mark.
Mrs. Banister was assisted in serv
ing a delicious lunch by Mrs. Ralph
Haynie and Mrs. C. L. McFadden.
Mrs. W. 0. Read and Mrs. W. W.
Mcpherson have been assisting the
teachers in the grades and high
school to select representatives in the
declamatory contests. The final try
outs will be held today.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Read were din
ner guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. McPherson.
Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson
motored to Walla Walla Tuesday on
business connected with the J. J.
Editor Pufcell of the Weiscr Signal,
visited at the home of his neice, Mra.
Marion Hansell, yesterday. Mr. Pur
ccll went to Halfway, Baker county,
last evening, where tonight he lec
tures for the chautauqua course be
ing held there.
The 0. D. 0. Club met at the home
of Mrs. Eugene Schrimpf, where the
afternoon was spent in needlework.
Refreshments were served by the
hostess, assisted by Mrs. Virgil Zer
ba. The club will meet at the home
of Mrs. Jesse Smith. ADril 27.
N Davidson & Hoffman have sold J.
qfCase tractors to H. A. Barrett and
Arnold Koepke. Delivery of the tract
ori was made this week.
Fancy Netted Gems $2.5Q
Earliest of olll $3.50
Early- Ohio - $4.25
Early- Rose - $4.25
Athena Department Store j
i TPm Tinwfir "Prints Phrvn 1KP III
5 per cent Discount for Gash.
THE STANDARD THEATRE
Saturday, April 8 v
Betty Compson and George Hackathorne
A Paramount Picture
Books and plays come and go, but "The Little Min
ister" has gone on for twenty years. As a book, be
loved in a million homes; as a play", never to be
forgotten by the millions who saw it
10c-25c-35c tax included
Sunday April 9
A fine Production Directed by the late
William Desmond Taylor
Pathe Review. Admission, 10c-25c-35c, Tax Paid Aesop's Fables
'Inside of the Cup"
A Fine Picture and Will be Exhibited at Regular Admission Prices