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"The Shamrock Handicap"
Standard Theatre tomorrow right.
Allie Knight of rendleton was in
Mrs. Francis Lieuailen was here
from Adams Wednesday.
Mrs. Charles Russell of Pendleton,
spent Friday in Athena.
Charles May of Weston was a busi
ness visitor here Wednesday.
Everett Knight, is in Portland for
a week's visit at the metropolis.
Mrs. Harold liarnett was an Athe
na visitor Wedn.-sday afternoon.
B. D. Tharp came over from Wal
la Walla, and spent the day in Athe
na. Dr. Sharp is home from the hospit
al at Walla Walla, and is improving
Mrs. B. B. Richards and Mrs. O.
0. Stephens were Walla Walla visit
R. C. Prestbye and W. S. Fergu
son were business visitors in Pendle
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dickey re
lumed to Athena Wednesday, from
Henry Koepke returned home Tues
day night from Spokane where he
upent the week end.
Lloyd Mathers who is employed in
the 0. W. R & N. depot at Milton
was in Athena Sunday.
A new mens furnishings display
window has made its appearance in
Athena down at Steves.
Robert Sleeman of Seattle, ia here
from his home and is visiting hi;,
sister, Mrs. W. J. Crabill.
Mr. and Mrs. William Marsh of
Endicott, Washington spent Friday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. 0.
Transfer and Express
Dealer in !
"Wild Horse Mesa"
Sttfndard Theatre, Sunday nighU
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Booher took
Sunday dinner at the home of Rev.
and Mrs. Dwight L. Hackett.
Mr. Young, Nash dealer of Fetidle
ton was a luncheon guest at the B.
B. Richards home Wednesday.
Miss Pauline Myrick of Walla Wal
la spent the week end at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Myrick.
Mrs. J. C. Burke has gone on a
visit to the home of her son, V. C.
Burke, at Winona, Washington.
' Mr. and Mrs. Louie Jensen of Reed
& Hawley mountain were in town
Friday and visited with friends.
Miss Margaret Lee who has been
confined to her home for several days
by illness is able to be out again.
Mrs. Alex Shaw has returned to
her home at North Powder, after vis
iting her sister, Mrs. Arnold Wood.
Frank Broughton, step-son of the
late Zeb Fawset is here from Amity,
Oregon, to work in the harvest fields.
Miss Ellen Henry who is attend
ing Willamette University at Salem,
is expected home the last of this
Mrs. Nellie Taylor, Mrs. Leeper
and Mrs. Clore were here from Pen
dleton visiting Athena friends Wed
nesday. Mrs. D. H. Mansfield, of Pendleton
and Mrs. J. L. Hamilton of Joseph,
were week end guests of Mrs. Bert
John Benson will go to Baker to
work out the assessment on his min
ing claim. Harry McBride will ac
Mrs. John Walter has been ill nt
her home west of Athena, as the re
sult of influenza terminating in an
attack of quinsy.
Reverend and Mrs. Bollinger were
in Milton yesterday, where they were
guests at a birthday dinner, honor
ing their son-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Frazier of
Milton spent Sunday in Athena, at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Pinkerton.
Mrs. M. M. Johns had as guests at
dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Gecrge
Ayers of Wallula and Mrs. Lillian
Fredericks of Weston.
A. M. Gillis. former resident of
Athena, and now prominent farmer
of the Washtucna country passed
through Athena Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thompson were
in town Wednesday from their stock
ranches on the Umatilla river.
I For a nice box of Chocolate, try
"Oh, You Tony!"
Standard Theatre Wednesday night.
E. V, Holt, former electrician for
the Preston-Shaffer plant in Athena,
passed through town Monday . en
route by motor car, to California.
W. C. Russell and Sanford Stone
returned Tuesday from an extended
fishing trip in Central Oregon. They
reported a fine time and good luck.
C. D. Gabrielson, special agent for
the Royal Insurance company made
his annual business trip this week.
Mr. Gabrielson's home is in Salem.
Herman Hoffman, local agent for
the Case combine harvester, unload
ed two machines at Walla Walla this
week, to deliver to purchasers there.
Three more binder sales have been
added to the season's sale list by
Rogers & Goodman, who handle the
McCormick-Deering line of machin
ery. B. B. Richards is having a well
dug on his premises, and will install
a pumping plant for irrigation pur
poses.' John Hoey is digging the
Mrs. Mary Croupe of LaCrosse,
niece of Mrs. Martha Shick has re
turned to her home after spending
the last week at the home of her
Mrs. Con Norris and children and
Miss Edna Miller of Endicott and Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Miller of Spokane
are now visiting at the M. I. Miller
Word from Newmarket, Tennessee,
is to the effect that James Haworth
is working in a barber shop there,
and that "Dad" is having the time of
Marcum Anderson who has recent
ly moved to Walla Walla from Port
land was a week end visitor of M. L.
Watts. Mr. Anderson is a nephew
of Mrs. Watts.
Beryl Hodgen, University of Oregon-student
is home for the summer.
He will be employed on the ranches
of L. L. Rogers during the summer
Ray Jones is carrying the mail on
route: 2 out of Weston, in place of
the . regular carrier, Ray Gordon,
who is on a fishing trip in the De
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight L. Hackett
returned Friday from their Califor
nia trip and are being heartily wel
comed by their congregation at the
Miss Billie Baker and Miss Anita
Schoeble of Portland who were guests
of Miss .Edna Pinkerton several days
this week will return to the metro
polis the last of this week.
Last Sunday Milton I. Miller and
family, Mrs. Con Norris and children
and Miss Edna Miller, and Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Miller spent the day at
Bingham Springs swimming.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Birch and son
of Walla , Walla, who are moving to
Tacoma to reside, spent the week end
in Athena at the home of Mrs.
Birch's brother, Earl Martin.
"Scotty" Kretzer, who is a studont
at the University of Oregon, at Eu
gene, arrived home this week and
will be employed on the Watts broth
ers ranch during the summer.
Miss Elsa Ringel is home from 0.
A. C. for the summer vacation per
iod. She was met at Pendleton, Fri
day by her father, Louie Ringel. and
her sister, Miss Emma Ringel.
Mr. and . Mrs. H. F. Miller and
family of Spokane and Mr. and Mr.
J. W. Miller and Mrs. H. J. Miller
; Steves New Gent's Furnishings Department Carries
oss of the
Park Mills Men's Fancy Hose, Workmen's Sox, Boss of the Road
Sox, Rockford Shirts, Fancy Negligee Shirts, Dress Shirts.
Workmen's Shirts, Men's Underwear including N. B. Fullback
Union Suits, Park Mill Light Weight Ribbed Underwear. Full
line of Garters, Suspenders, Belts, etc., and last but not least, a
big line of Canvass and Yukon Buckskin Work Gloves.
Prices on These Goods
STKVK S OUOCERY
Quality Quantity, Service. Phone 171. Athena, Oregon
of Endicott, Washington were visit
ing at the M. I, Miller home last
Mrs. Charles Bulfinch of Weston
and her sister, Mrs. P. A. Worthing
ton of Portland, were calling on
Athena friends Tuesday afternoon. -.
Miss Edna Hanna, director of mus
ic at-the Malen Burnett school, and
instructor of the Athena class, i3
spending her summer vacation in the
East. She will return in August.
. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wissler of
Pendleton were Sunday visitors at
the McLeod home in the west part of
town. In the .afternoon they motored
to Walla Walla, accompanied by Miss
Mrs. Robert N. Stanfield who re
cently, returned from Washington
was the guest of Athena friends Sun
day. Mrs. Stanfield has spent sever
al days. this week, visiting Mrs. Lil
lian Fredericks at Weston.
Mrs. C. M.- Eager and daughters.
Virginia and Betty, Wednesday went
to Dayton, .where they will :visit at
the ' home ; of Mr. . Eager's . parents,
Mr. and Mrs.. Everett Eager. They
will return home, Sunday.
Mrs.. M. L. Watts and Mrs. H. I.
Watts are spending the week in Port
land and are expected home Saturday
evening. Mrs. H. I., Watts is dele
gate from McKenzie -Chapter and is
attending Grand Chapter, O. E, S. ,
Miss Billie Baker, and Miss Anita
Schoeble . of Portland and Misses
Edna Pinkerton, Lois .Mclntyre, Edn
DeFreece, Phyllis Dickenson and Mrs.
Fred Pinkerton were dinner guests of
Miss Hilda Dickenson Tuesday even
ing. Mrs. McNair is assisting in the dry
goods department at the Athena De
partment Store during the absence of
F, B. Radtke, who with his family h
on a motor trip to 'Crater Lake and
other recreational points in Southern
Mr. and Mrs. RayvShick and Mrs.
Helen Fletcher of Portland and Ar
chie Shick and daughter , June, of
Walla Walla spent Sunday in Athe
na, visiting at the homes of Mrs.
Martha Shick and Mr. and Mrs. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Smock of
Weston, Miss Otha . McCorkell and
Velton Read of Athena left Tuesday
by motor for Seaside, where they
will enjoy that summer . resort's re
creational advantages. They will be
away about ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. George Gentner of
Chicago, arrived in Athena last Wed
nesday and are visiting at the home
of Mrs. Gentner's aunt Mrs. F. B.
Wood. They are on their way to
Los Angeles and are making the ov
erland trip by motor.
Miss Ruby Fessehden, a teacher in
the Hood River high school, and the
Misses Loreno West and Charlotte
Brosious visited at the home of Miss
Zola Keen and later attended the
commencement exercises and alumni
banquet at Whtman college.
Dr. A. C. Froom returned to Athe
na Sunday from St. Vincent, Alberta.,
where he spent several weeks on his
farm there. He left Monday for
Portland, where he will remain sev
eral days in the interest of hia pat
ent automobile window silencer.
Mrs. W. S. Ferguson who has spent
several days visiting at Nampa, Idaho
arrived home Wednesday night. Her
daughter Mrs. Horace Belnap who
she has been visiting is expected
here Sunday. Mrs. Belknap wiil be
accompanied by her little son and
Miss Nell Savely, popular teacher
in the Pinkerton district northwest
of Athena will return for her fourth
year's work this fall. At present
Miss Savely is at Franklin, Kentucky
where she was called by the serious
illness of her father, whose condition
is now improved.
Mrs. David Stone has returned to
her home after several weeks stay in
Walla Walla where she was called
due to the serious illness of her
mother, Mrs. Elliott who has been
suffering from the effects of a fall
is now improving and hopes for her
recovery are entertained.
- Mrs. Lillian Dobsbn, wha with her
sister, Mrs. Guy Shields and niece,
left June 5th for. a trip to Yellow
stone Park and other points, writes
friends here that on the 10th they
were encamped on the Little Mis
souri near Custer's battleground, and
were making about 200 miles per
day. They expected to be in Detroit,
within a week or ten days. The trio
are traveling in a Ford, and enjoy
ing the trip to the full.
M. E. Church
Sunday school at 10 J a. m. Morn
ing worship at 11: a. m. Sermon
subject: "Purposive Prayer."
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Baptist Church '
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Morn-!
ing worship at 11:00 a. m. Junior
Young People at 6:00 p. m. Thei
Seniors go to Hermiston Sunday af-j
ternoon and will remain for evening !
! services, hence no Senior evening !
! services. Song and Praise service at !
8:00 p. m. Young Peoples Prayer'
! league Tuesday evening at 8:00 p. m.
Mid-week meeting every Thursday
evening at 8:00 p. rh. If you have
not a church home worship v. Ufa us.
are made to fit. snugly,' to give the.utmost freedom of action and to please
with their bright,' permanent colors and smart style. '
We have them for Men, Women: and?; Children, in
one and two piece suits ',
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THE STANDARD THEATRE
Free Tickets for this show to
MR. JOHN BURKE
Saturday, June 19
Janet Gay nor and Leslie Fenton
Admission Prices, 10c-35c
Free Tickets for this show to
MISS SADIE PAMBRUN
Sunday, June 20
With Tack Holt, Noah. Beery, Billie Dove and
Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
Filmed in the Arizona wild horse country a new and fascinating r back
ground. Where horses know no master, and hearts know the. thrill of Jove.
Furious fist fights, reckless riding, and a stupendous horse-stampede climax .
story for story, punch for punch,, thrill, for .thrill, there isn't a better .West?..
: ern on the screen. . . . , , .
Admission Prices 10c-35c
Wednesday, : June- 23-
Tom Mix and Tony
To take a cowboy, green from the ranch, and plunge him into the midst of
Washington society could not fail to be an interesting and amusing experi
ment. It is around such an experiment that the plot of "Oh, You Tony!" is
built In the supporting cast are Claire Adams, Richard Loreno, Earle Foxe
and Mae Wallace.
Admission Prices I0c-35c
Coming: June 25 and 26-Two Nights
John Barrymore in!
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