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W. C. T. U. Will Hold
at Baptist Church
The Umatilla county W. C. T. U.
Convention will be held at the Bap
tist church in Athena Tuesday of
next week. The program follows:
9:30 Official Board Meeting,
presidents and county officers.
10:00 Song service. Address- of
Welcome by Rev. Bollinger, Mrs.
Cowan, Response by County Presi
dent. 10:10 Devotionals Mrs. C. A. Pat
ton and Mrs. Roy Penland.
10:20 Formal opening of Conven
tion (business and program).
10:25 Appintment of committees.
1, Courtesies, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Bol
linger, Mrs. Wyrick. 2, Registera
tion, Mrs. Constant, Mrs. Mclntyre,
Mrs. Herr. 3, Obituaries, Mrs. Ven
able, Mrs. Gerking, Mrs. Shield.?.
Press, all secretaries. Time and
Place, Mrs. Oswald, Mrs. Wheeler,
Mrs. Montgomery. Resolutions, Mrs.
D. Mclntyre, Mrs. Betts, Mrs. Ernest
Gilette, Nominations, Mrs. M. D.
Smith, Mrs. Cowan, Mrs. Berkeley.
10:30 Minutes of 1926 Convention
held in Methodist Episcopal church
10:40 Reports of County officers,
President's address, Recording Secre
tary, Mrs. Bishop, Secretary Treas
urer, Mrs. Jones.
11:00 Roll call of Superintendents,
Evangelism, Temperance and Mis
sions, Legislation, S. T. I.; Medical
Temperance and Anti-Narcotics.
11:30 Report of Unions. 1, Ad
ams; 2, Athena; 3, Helix,; 4 Milton;
6, Pendleton; 6, Reith.
11:30 Report of W. C.T. U. Child
rens Farm Home by Mrs. A. W.Rugg.
12:00 No host dinner. Thanks
1:30 Devotional, Mrs. V. II. Al
tee. - '".
1:40 ilemorial fcervlce, L'rs. Ven
ables, oldest member in servifi,
one youngest member . in years.
1:50 Special music and courtesies.
2:00 Repeat in concert. A Citi
zens Creed, led by youngest member.
Solo, Mrs. David Stone.
2:10 Reading, Boys and Girls To
day, Men and Women Tomorrow.
Short talks on L. T. L. by Mrs.
2:25 Our Departments, discussions
from the floor.
2:55 Distribution of literature by
3:05 Seating delegates by Mrs.
Constant, Mrs. Mclntyre, .Mrs. Herr.
nlavine on the lawn might have been
carried into the hole Morris said sev
eral abandoned wells exist in his dist
rict and that, timbers used to cover
them may give away as those in his
yard did. He said depressions in a
lawn would show the location of
wells or cesspools and believes these
to be a source of danger during wet
The B. Y.. P. U. society realized
ten dollars from their cooked food
sale held Saturday at the Pure Food
Freshmen No Longer
Hazed at University
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A change in attitude toward the
freshmen, and the cessation of pad
dling through the annual Frosh par
ade are measures strongly endorsed
among others by the Traditions Com
mittee in a report recently submitted
following a request by the President
of the A. S. U. 0.
"The Committee recommends that
the Frosh Parade be modified," says
the report. "Hazing methods are
fast disappearing from the majority
of colleges (persisting only in a few
smaller institutions). Upon investi
gation, the committee finds that no
where in the Northwest do other in
stitutions have a frosh parade where
the paddle is wielded. Nowhere is
"cockiness" of the Freshmen sub
dued before he has a chance to be
'cocky.' The time has come for a
change in attitude toward the fresh
Abandoned Well Caves In
Monday s rain served to cause a
cave-in of an abandoned well in the
front yard of W. P. Morris, No. 1234
Hawthorne avenue, Portland, with
the result that a hole 13 feet deep
and 15 feet in diameter disfigures the
lawn. Had the cave-in occurred Sun
day, JlorrU said, several children
in Internal Medicine for the
past fifteen years
DOES NOT OPERATE
Sunday school at 9:45 A. M. Chris
tianity expresses itself in terms of
life. Morning Worship at 11:00 A.
M. Topic, "The Confident Christ,"
He shall not fail because the end of
His plan was seen from the begin
ning. Young Peoples meeting at 6:30
P. M., Meet with the Young People
and see the "Go" of the group.
Young Peoples Prayer service every
Wednesday evening at 7:30 P. M. A
unique meeting, this, but certainly a
profitable one. Sunday evening Song
and Praise at 7:30 P. M. Topic for
consideration, Christs Challenge to
the World. Mid-week meeting every
Thursday evening at 7:30 P. M. Faith
conquers every sort of circumstance,
masters them all, compels even the
most hostile to pay tribute.
REV. E. M. BOLLINGER, Pastor.
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MRS. LAURA FROOME, Prop.
Courteous Treatment, Clean Beds
Tourists Made Welcome
Special Attention Given
to Home Patrons
Corner Main and Third
"He that tooteth not his own horn,
the same shall not be tooted."
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Phones 761 and 31F11, Athena
GERALD KILGORE, Proprietor .
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THE ATHENA MARKET
The Church of Christ
October 9, 1927. The Auto Contest
is getting under way in good shape,
the Hudson car is leading, the Buick
coming up with a close second, where
is the Reo? Bring your friends and
come to Sunday school next Sunday.
Gospel services at 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. m, each Sunday. Choir practice
and prayer meeting on Thursday
night each week.
REV. D. L. HACKETT, Pastor.
Will be at
THURSDAY, OCT. 13
Office Hours: 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
One Day Only
No Charge for Consultation
t Moiionthin in n regular crradu
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does not operate for chronic appendi
citis, gall stones, ulcers of stomach,
tonsils or adenoids.
He has to his credit wonderful re
sults in diseases of the stomach, liver
bowels, blood, skin, nerves, heart, kid
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Remember the date, that consulta
tion on this trip will be free and that
his treatment is different.
Married women must be accompan
ied by their husbands.
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If you are planning alterations or ad
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