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"Chang" the super-special
Standard Theatre, tomorrow right.
Mrs. J. F. Kershaw ha been ill for
the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ferguson
were in Walla Walla Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. LeGrow were
Walla Walla visitors Tuesday.
Mr. Charles Murray of Freewater
was an Athena visitor Sunday.
Mrs. Ralph Hassell of Pendleton
was a visitor in Athena Monday.
E. A. Bennett repapered the ceiling
of the Athena Hotel lobby, this week.
Mignonette Rebekah lodge met
Tuesday evening with a good at
tendance. Mr. and Mrs. 0. 0. Stephens and
Mrs. Bollinger were Walla Walla
What with slight snow fall and fog
during the week, winter weather still
prevails in this district.
Mrs. Arthur Douglas, Mrs. C. M.
Eager and Mrs. Lloyd Michener were
in Walla Wnlla Tuesdav.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Wilson and
son Samuel were down from i'ome
roy for the week-end, visiting rela
tives. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kirk have leased
ihn Lumsden farm on Dry Creek and
are moving this week to their new
A Ini-mi 5ci nnnd at the Amel
Schubert home affords pleasant past
time each evening to lovers 01 ice
Mrs. .Tack Cockburn. nee Ada De-
Freece, of Milton, underwent a major
operation for goitre in Portland,
The revival meetings at the Bap
list church were continued over for
this week, closing with the services
V. R. Wilks a former employe on
tVio MfTCwnn ranch, accomnainied by
his bride has been visiting friend3
here the past week.
Mra. Volma Cox and babe of Endi
cott, Washington are visitor at the
M. I. Miller home. Mrs. Cox and Mr.
Miller are brother and sister.
Mrs. W. J. Kirk and Mrs. Frank
DoFrppf a nnp.nt rthe week end in
Walla Walla at the bed side of their
mother who is ill in that city.
Miss Mae Belle Duncan was taken
to St. Mary's hospital by ambulance
Monday afternoon. Miss Duncan is
sufferintr from a heart attack.
Mrs. J. W. Pinkerton, Mrs. Minnie
Willaby, Floyd Pinkerton and Mr.
IifRoy attended church services at
the Christian church in Pendleton
Bill Wheatley writes the Press that
he arrived at the LeGrow stock ranch
in Montana where he is workinsr. and
wants the Press mailed to his ad
dress at Plullipsburg.
Many Athena matrons were guests
yesterday at a function at the home
of Mrs. Ralph Hassell in Pendleton,
hold in honor of Mrs. Ellis Brower
formerly Jennnmae Read.
Those who attended the piano
class recital of the Athena Branch,
Malen Burnett School of Music, at
the high school auditorium, Wednes
day evening, were well entertained.
Mrs. P. S. LeGrow was in Walla
Walla Tuesday whore she visited her
little neice, Sarah Jane Bowles who
has been ill the past week at the
home of her grandmother, Mrs.
Bowles, at Clinton Court.
Among the students who will gradu
ate in the January class at Benson
Polytechnic School at Portland, is
Wayne Swaggart, son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Swaggart. Wayne maj
ored in the technic course.
Little Jack Baker of Olympia.Wash
ington, son of J. Albert Baker, cap
tain in the officer's reserve corps,
and who is now in training at Port
Sill, is in the city and will visit at
the home of his uncle, Bryce Baker,
for some time.
Beatrice Fairfax's "Lovelorn" j
Standard Theatre, Sunday night.
Mr anA Mrs. Wm. McPherson are
driving a new Essex sedan.
B. B. Richards and ueorge rent
ing drove to Milton yesterday, on
C L. Woodward who nas oeen
critically ill at Walla Walla for-some
time, is reported to oe siowiy im
proving. , . ...
Mrs. E. J-ate
Joan, of Helix, were recent guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Wilson, parents of Mrs. Tate.
The apportionment of $7,500,000
for road improvement in national for
ests has been approved by Secretary
of Agriculture Jardine. Allotments
include Oregon ?l,tm,8a.
On February 10, in connection with
the Lincoln Day program at Mac-Hi,
Milton-Freewater, Athena high
school will meet the Mac-Hi basket
ball team, in a scholastic game.
Under direction of Luella B. Pink
erton, the Weston schools very
creditably presented "Windmills of
Holland" at Weston high school
auditorium, last evening. A number
of Athena people went over and
witnessed presentation of the oper
ette. Billy Pinkerton is taking a regular
course of gymnastics in order to
limber up the muscles of his left arm,
which was fractured last fall, during
the seeding season, when he fell in
front of a drill and was run over.
He tells the boys that he is getting
in condition for the fishing season.
, Mrs. H. A. Barrett entertained the
Bridge club ladies last Friday after
noon at her home. Three tables of
bridge were at play. Mrs. Bryce
Baker and Mrs. Clarence Toole were
guests of the club. Mrs. H. I. Watts
received high score, Mrs. C. M. Eager
second and Mrs. W. P. Littlejohn
consolation. Mrs. Toole won the
guest prize. Delicious refreshments
were served by the hostess.
Miss Doris Schubert, who will
rrraduate from Athena high school
in May, has accepted the position of
bookkeeper for Rogers & Goodman,
Athena hardware firm. Miss Schu
bert is advanced In her studies, and
devotes forenoons to her work at
the store, at present under direction
of Mrs. Paul Lieuallen, who lormer
lv held the nosition.
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Finley, former
residents of the Helix neighborhood,
recently celebrated their golden
wedding anniversary at their home
in Glendale, California. Their two
sons and two daughters, one of whom
is Mrs. A. O. Carden of Pendleton.
motored to Glendale to be present
at the anniversary celebration. Mr.
and Mrs. Finley came to Umatilla
county in 1870. and for many years
were active in church work at
Junior News Staff.
Faculty.:. Wilford Miller
Classes Areta Kiris
Student Body Pearl Green
Boy's Athletics Oral Michener
Girl's Athletics Alberta Charlton
Personal Marjorie Wilson
Grades Mildred Street
Alumni Weldon Bell
Entertainment... Emma Ringel
Advisor -Miss Bateman
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Athena, Oregon J
The Athena bovs lost the game to
Stanfield Saturday night by a score
of 18-16. The Athena boys did wen
na twn of their star players. Johns
ton and Myrick, were missing. Johns
ton is sick, and Myrick has a large
boil on his arm and was unable to
play. The line-ups were as follows:
Athena 16 Stantieid 18
Miller (6) F (1) Topaez
Wood (2) F (3) Rees
Gross (6) O (2) Uitlord
Knight G (12) Baker
Pambrun G Herely
Substitutions for Athena were:
Moore (2), Michener, and Crowley.
Substitutions for Stanfield were:
Tho cirls iourneved to Stanfield
last Saturday niirht and were badly
lofontoH bv a score of 34-10. The
Athena girls were in high spirits
nf urinnino' t.bp came, but the Stan
field girls got the jump and ended
the first half with a score oi tv-.
TVip npxfc half several substitutions
were made, and at the end of the
game the score was 34-10.
ripnn Pinkprton and Norman Mc-
Intyre came home from Walla Walla
to sDend the week-end witn tneir
((c). 1928, Western Newspaper Union.)
You will never be sorry for
thlnklni? before speaking, for for
giving and forgetting, for being
KcneroUN to the poor and kind to
the needy, for living a square and
fair life, for doing your level best -for
all these you will never be
sorry. F. V. Van Amburgh.
OLD FASHIONED CANDIES
Everybody likes peanut brittle and
it is the easiest candy in the world to
make. Take two
cupfuls of sugar,
put into a smooth
iron pan and place
over the heat, stir
and melt; when n
good brown add
two cupfuls or less
of crushed pea
nuts. Pour into a
buttered pan and allow to cool,
Break up into pieces when cold.
Molasses Candy. Make a sirup of
two cupfuls of molasses, one cupful
of sugar, three tablespoonfuls of
vinegar and one tablespoonful of but
ter. Boll HUtll It hardens in cold wa-
tor, add one-fourth teaspoonfui of
soda and pour out on a greased plat
ter. When cool enough pull and cut
with shears into small pieces.
French Fondant. Take two cupfuls
of granulated sugar, two tablespoon-
fills of glucose or a pinch of cream of
tartn- ndd oiie-luilf cupful water
and boll to tho soft ball stage that
is, when a few drops of the hot sirup
Is dropped Into cold water It makes
a ball which may be picked up in the
fingers. Pour out on a buttered plat
ter to cool or set the dish away until
just warm, then stir until creamy
Knead well and pack into a buttered
bowl to ipen for a few cays. This
may be tinted, flavored and mixed
with fruit and nuts, made Into balls
and dipped In chocolate or packed in
layers and cut Into slices.
Peanut Butter Fudge. Tuke two
and one-half cupful of sugar, oue
thlid of n cupful of corn sirup, one-
half cupful of milk and oue-lialf cup
ful of peauut butter. Boll to the
soft bull staso and set away to cool.
Stir until creamy, drop by spoonfuls
ou waxod paper.
Butterscotch. Pat two cupfuls of
brown sugar, oue half cupful of Int
tT, four tallespocnfuls of molasses,
two tablespoonfuls of water and two
tablespoonfuls of vinegar into a
granite kettle: siir until the sugar
is dissolved, then boil without stir
ring until a drop becomes brittle in
cold water. Pour into shaMow pans
to become cool. Mark off and cut
High School Notes
A ).,lr,f VinHv meetine was held
n. a luuvuv .
Monday for the purpose of appoint
ing a committee to seno. uowtis
now .TnbnRton. who has been sick
for the past few days. Vice-Presi
dent, Helen Hansen presiueu.
Hio-b school assembly was held in
the auditorium Friday morning, Jan
uary 20. Songs were sung and yells
nrora oriven in honor of the teams who
played Stanfield Saturday mgns.
Tho spninr class made $25 on their
cooked food sale held Saturday, at
The Pure Food Grocery.
Those in the sixth erade who re
ceived an average of above ninety
ner rent durincr January were: juiuy
Jane Miller and Walter Singer.
Those in the fifth grade who re
ceived an average of above ninety
ner rent d tinner January were: Ar
FoRtpr. Aaron Douglas and
Miss Bateman spent the week-end
in Walla Walla and Milton and at
tended the Mac-Hi-Pilot Rock basket
Mr. Miller and Mr. Meyer were in
Miss Brodie attended the Stan-field-Athena
basketball game Satur
Ilene McBride was in Pendleton
Helen Hansell was absent from
school two days last week.
Ray Johnston is out of school on
account of illness.
Areta Kirk spent Saturday in Pend
leton. Carl Calvert was out of school
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday on
account of a sprained knee.
Armand Bell is absent from school
on account of illness.
Lorena Schubert was absent from
Jack Moore was in Walla Walla
Weston Leader: Phil Murtha and
Eldon Idntyre rode in on horse
back Saturday from the country
north of town. They said that wash
outs in the roads had rendered them
impassable except for old-time
methods of travel.
An Intelligent young wo
man for special work in
this community, all or part
time, good opportunity for
advancement fcr cue who
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