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"Just Around the Corner."
At the Standard tomorrow night
Fred Radtke and Ernest Ross are
taking their annual deer hunt i i, s
4 -6 .
Mr, and Mrs. S. A. Barnes of Wes
ton, were in the. city Tuesday.
Mrs. Grant Prestbye and Mrs. Wm
Pipor were in Walla Walla Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hales will
spend the winter with relatives at
Halsey. .; ,
Oliver Dickenson and family are
here from their home near North
Powder. . '
Mr. and Mrs. George Banister ex
pect to spend a portion of the winter
Mrs., Amos O'Dell and little son
were the guests of relatives at Free-
water, Sunday. ' ' :
Mr. and Mrs. George Sheard will
Mrs. Hazel Raymond :, and little
daughter will return to their home in
Louis, Keen and D. B. Hunt were
among the hunters this week who
were out after deer.
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. DeFreece and
Mr. and Mrs. Sim Dickenson were in
Pendleton defeated .Enterprise high
school 38 to 0, in their recent game
in the Wallowa city.
E, M. Smith, cashier of the Far
mers bank of Weston, was in Athena
Tuesday, on business.
Harlow Richmond, Helix farmer,
was in the city yesterday from his
home in Walla Walla.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coppock have
returned from a business visit to the
farm in Wasco, county,
Flint Johns is driving a new Buick
five-passenger car, purchased from
the Zerba brothers garage."
Mrs. F, S. LeGrow left Sunday eve
ning for a couple of weeks visit with
her mother and sister in Seattle,
Pavd tomorrow by automobile forKfDean Dudley, Roland Andre and
amornia where they expect to spend Mose Banister are. hunting deer in the
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Dentistry Not to be made
' 1 ' Light of
Your dental work, "either your own. teeth," or teeth that have to be
replaced, "on account of the loss of y our" own, should have the attention
and care ; all
times to rectify any trouble that may' 'occur.' You cannot afford to
take chances on dentists nqt known and ried..v,Tak,e your work to one
who is ready, .every day of the wee'k, to attend 'to" any; emergency.
I have been in the" atftual practice of dentistry for' a good many
years. I need not experiment I have work enough in one place so
that my patients will always find -m e there not "one day here and one
day there." And for the benefit; of J all. those needing work and not
living in Athena, please let me" know wnen you come and a liberal
discount will be allowed on the pr ice regularly charged.
I do all o my own prosthetic work. Crowns and bridges and art'u'
ficial teeth of all kinds fitted and made to suit, the mouth and at about
one-half the price charged by other dentists' who send the laboratory
work, "the most important," away to be done at the "factory." AgainV
I say, do not experiment Your work here must satisfy OU, or no
Pay. DR. A. C. FROOM, Athena, Oregon
No interest-complete Line to choose from
'- 'i ' Athena, Oregon
Mrs. A. W. Logsdon will entertain
the J. T. club at her home on Thirh
street, next Wernesnay afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Pinkerton
will leave soon for a motor' trip into
Idaho, where they will visit relatives.
John Pierce returned recently from
the head waters of Meacham creek,
where he reports, he killed two deer,
Mrs. D. H. Mansfield was over from
Walla Walla Wednesday, visiting at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Bert
Logsdon. '; '
Mr. and Mrs. E.' A. Zerba are in
Portland this week, where they went
to secure medical treatment for il.oir
. Mrs. Fred Milby and Mrs. Donald
Mason and little daughter Louise, of
Milton, were guests Wednesday of
Mrs. D. S. Fisher. ,,,,' .
J. T. Lieuallen, democratic nomine i
for representative of the 22nd dis
trict, Umatilla and - Morrow counties,
was in the city Tuesday.
Sales of pastry and cooked food,
sold by the .ladies of the Methodist
church at Watts & Rogers store Sat
urday netted them, $8.55.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Burke and Mrs!
Roy Burke were recent visitors at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Burke
near Garfield, Washington.
, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pinkerton have
returned from Portland. Mr. Pinker
ton will go to Portland soon to take
treatment for stomache trouble.
Miss Blanch Sharmann, Miss Kath-
erjne Morgan and Miss Chandler were
initiated into the Rebekah lodge,
Tuesdag evening 6f this week.
J. E, Froome took from his garden
in Athena one day this week ,two
large potatoes. One. weighed 3 1-2
pounds and the other 2 1-2 pounds.
Mr.' and Mrs. Elam are occupying
Mrs. Payne's residence on 5th street,
and Mr. and Mrs. Penn Harris moved
into the Main street house, vacated
Miss Mattie Coppock, who Buffered
a relapse in her recent illness, is1 re
ported recovering, although she will
be confined to her home for Borne
time to come. '
F. S, LeGrow, Sam Pambrun, Rich
ard Thompson and Fred Beckner are
deer hunting this week' on the head
waters of the, Umatilla river. They
made the trip with pack horses.
Mrs. H. N, Saulsberry and little
son are here, from American Falls,
Idaho, visiting at the home of her
mother, Mrs. Mclntyre. , Mr. Sauls
berry will arrive -in Athena later.
Mrs. W. E. Haynie, accompanied by
her sister, Mrs. Robertson, retailed
from a visit to relatives in the Vil
liamette valley. Mrs. ' Robertson"' Will
leave soon for her home in Nebraska.
Mrs. Bilton, who resides near Echo;
has been in the city this week visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Sidney Barnes.
Mrs. Bilton is recovering from a re
cent operation in the Pendleton hos
pital. J. L. Mills is here from his home
at New Athens, Ohio, vjsiting at the
home of his cousin, Cass Cannon. Mr.
Mills will spend the winter with his
sister, widow of Dr. Irvine, in the
Mr. and Mrs. H. McArthur have
been up from Portland this week, vis
iting relatives in Athena. They will
leave soon for California, to p.rl'
the winter. Mr. McArthur is enjon,;
better health than usual.
B. B. Richards returned from Port
land the first of the week, where he
An exceptionally" fine assortment of Leather, Knit
and Canvas Gloves to select ; from. Easily the best
line of Gloves ever shown in Athena.
, Eat plenty of fresh vegetables and you will be . healthy and happy.
Vegetables contain just the things you need to keep your system. in fine
working order and if you neglect it you may get all run down. Buy from
us. The best vegetables on the market are forwarded to us daily. Give us
your grocery order today.
i Quality Quantity. Service.
THE PURE FOOD GROCERY
Phone 171. Athena, Oregon
went to consult a specialist on st'i.n
ach trouble. Mr. Richards will return
to Portland shortly for treatment He
is afflicted with an ulcer in the stom
Mr. and Mrs. Hayden left yester
day for Athena where they will spend
a short time visiting Mr. and Mrs,
Henry Koepke who have recently re
turned from Germany. Mrs. Hayden
and Mrs. Koepke are sisters. Tri
Mrs. W. KWall, will be hostess to
the Christian missionary society next
Wednesday at her home on 3rd street.
The subject for the day is "Applied
Christianity," with the- second divi
sion leading. Refreshments will be
served by division No. 1.
0. D. 0. club met Wednesday at
the home of Mrs. George Johnston.
They were entertained by a program
after which a delicious . lunch was
served by the hostess and Mrs. Joe
Cannon. The next meeting will be at
Mrs. Joe Cannons, November 8th. -
William McKenzie and Mrs. McKen
zie of Judith Basin, Montana, were
the guests of Athena friends the fore
part of the week. Mr. McKenzie for
merly resided at Weston, where he
was then president of the bank. He
is engaged in farming in Montana.
He travels in one of the most com
plete touring cars ever seen here.N
The condition of William Shrimpf,
veteran of the Ciyil war, is, gradually
growing worse and a nurse is con
stantly, by his side. Mr. Shrimpf 's
advanced age, 81 years, is against
him and little .hopes are felt for his
recovery. His three, children, Ernest,
Eugene and. Mrs. Virgil Zerba, are
with their "mother in attendance upon
The Press introduces a new depart
ment of news this week, "under the
heading, ."Neighborhood y News," in
which will be found a concise resume
of local happenings of interest in
communities adjacent to Athena. This
week Lamar, Gerning Flat and Spring
Hollow neighborhoods are represen
ted in the column, and others will be
Wm Pirikerton's 'strawberry patch
continues to wield forth, its luscious
fruit; in quantities sufficient - for a
short cake now and then, t Mr. Pink
erton isof the opinion that he has it
on anyone else in the production of
late strawberries, except Bill Winship
who claims that he can grow straw
berries - on his garden fence posts,
down at Salem.
Yellew chrysanthemums and mari
golds formed a cheery decoration for
the rooms when yesterday afternoon
Mrs. R. B. McEwen was hostess to
the Etude club. "Home Sweet Home,"
was the subject for a paper read by
Mrs. H. H. Hill, and rollcall was an
swered with appropriate quotations.
Pleasing features were a vocal quar
tet by Mesdames Fisher, Basle r,
Richards and McEwen, and a piano
solo by Mrs. D. T. Stone. Refresh
ments were served -by Mrs. Fisher
and Miss Eva Gries, - a Hallowe'en
scheme being carried out. The club
is planning a Hallowe'en party for
October 31st, at the country home of
Mr; and Mrs. Laurence Pinkertoiu
m . . m.
I High School Notes
The grades were dismissed last
Friday afternoon due to the fact that
the city water. was shut off.- , ' V
hCMost of the high school students
anH mnnv of the ffrnrln Rtni1(nfj At
tended the Oregon-Whitman game at
Pendleton last Friday. - v,y
,Ellen Henry with an. average of
f$, Genevieve Rogers average 94
and Reeve Betts average 94, lead the
high school in grades, for the first
sixweeks of school,
"ff he following members of the Athe
nian staff have been appointed: As
' sistant editor, Ronald Kretzer; as
sistant business manager, Brooks An
derson; photogapher, Mildred Stan
ton; athletic reporter, Leon Kretzer;
society reporter, Walthia Haynie;
Freshman class reporter, Genevieve
Rogers; Sophomore class' reporter,
Ellen Henry; Junior class reporter,
Beulah Banister; Senior class report
er, Dudley Rogers; Joke editor, James
Hodgen; Dramatic reporter, Sadie
Pambrun; Typist, Beryl Hodgen.
Mr. Custer, Near East Relief work
er, spoke before the high school and
four upper , grades last Wednesday.
Hig; talks resulted in students pledg
ing themselves to help in saving the
lives of children in the Near East
"Sixty dollars a year will save one
life," says Mr. Custer, ; Jt J
"Mexico" was the subject of a very
interesting talk delivered by Mr.
Custer, formerly Y. M. C. A. Sec
retary in Mexico City, before the
students of the high school and 7th
and 8th grades today at one o'clock.
The high school football team left
for Stanfield today where they will
play with the high school team of
Athena high school football team
will play McLaughlen high school
team at Milton Tuesday. Practically
the entire high school will accompany
Members of the Civics class gave
stump speeches for Olcott and Pierce
in assembly last Friday morning.
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