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Loraine Shick is ill at his home
Ray Edwards of Milton, was in
Athena Sunday evening.
Stanley and Harold Best of Pendle
ton, have been visiting friends in
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McPheron of
Walla Walla spent Monday evening
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Read were Sun
day dinner guests at the Chas. Wil
Mrs. J. F. Kershaw and Mrs. B.
B. Richards visited friends in Walla
C. M. Eager was in .Milton Mon
day where he rehearsed with, the
Twin City Band.
Lloyd Michener and Claire Guerney
spent Tuesday afternoon on the Uma
tilla river fishing.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Singer and
sons spent Sunday in Echo, visiting
Mrs. .singers mother.
Mrs. Ida Bannister who .under
went a surgical operation last week
is improving satisfactorily. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Booher and
Harve Booher of Condon have been
Athena visitors this week,
Dr. J. L. Geyer is spending the
week with relatives in Portland.
The Swimming Season
We have your size in the famous
$2.50 To $6.50
Complete line of Bathing Caps
25c To $1.00
Rubber Belts, Water Wings, Play
ball, everything for the swimmer
Claire Guerney of , Baker is
visitor this week at the W. P. Little
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Nesbeth of
Portland spent the week-end in Ath
ena returning home Tuesday.
Senator Fred Steiwer was a dinner
guest Friday evening at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Watts.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Dudley came
down from their summer home at
Bingham Springs, last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cannon came
over from Walla Walla and spent
Sunday with relatives in Athena.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Perry left Mon
day for Vale, Malheur county, where
they spent the week with friends.
Mrs. Florence Shuham Merrill of
Walla Walla has been a house guest
the past week of Mrs. H. I. Watts.
Miss Ruth Hutt motored up from
her home at Lone Rock Monday and
spent the day with friends in Ath
Mrs. W. E. Campbell and children
and Mrs. George Brace, of Thorn
Hollow, spent last week-end in Port
Mrs. Alta Sharp McSherry is a
patient at St. Mary's hospital in Wal
la Walla, having gone there last
The B. Y. P. U. pastry sale held
last Saturday at Steve's Grocery net
ted the young people about thirty
Mrs. Sam Haworth is expected
home from the hospital in Walla Wal
la, this week-end after her recent
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Woodward of
Walla Walla were Athena! visitors
Saturday looking after their farm
Mr. J. W. Baldwin, father of Mrs.
James Cresswell, has been here from
the Willamette valley, visiting at the
home of his daughter.
F. B. Radtke and son Fred and a
party of friends are campers at Wal
Iowa Lake this week, catching the
Geo. Mulkey of Walla Walla spent
a few days in Athena, leaving
Wednesday for Gibbon where he ex
pects to spend several weeks.
Mrs. Ray Young and children re
turned home Sunday after a week
spent at Lexington visiting relatives.
Mr. Young met them in Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. William McPherson
left Sunday morning for a vacation
trip going first to Seattle. They will
visit a number of coast cities while
Mrs. Arnold Wood and Mrs. Edith
Lumsden, accompanied by Mrs. Green
wood, mother of Mrs. Wood, and
Mrs. Ethel Henry of Portland, left by
motor for Spokane Tuesday.
Miss Velma Schubert and mother
Mrs. Amiel Schubert left Sunday for
the Wallowa valley where they will
visit relatives during Miss .Schubert's
vacation from the First. National
The family cars of Sheldon Taylor,
Arthur Douglas, Roy Cannon, J. A.
Ross H. A. Barrett and Mrs. Ethel
Montague were used to transport
Wauna Campfire Girls to their sum
Dick Swift has been a sufferer
of ear trouble for some time and
was taken to the Pendleton hospital
Sunday evening. Mrs. Swift has
been attending summer Normal
school at LeGrande, but will not re
turn until Mr. Swift is improved.
Mrs. Lou McNair and daughter Le
nore, arrived home Monday evening
from! Corbin, Kentucky. Mrs. Mc
Nair went to Kentucky a couple of
months ago. Miss McNair had been
with relatives there for sometime
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Mrs Carl McConnell and children
of Walla Walla, spent last week-end
at the C. L. McFadden home in Ath
ena. Mrs. W. J. Kirk and son Harold,
Mrs. Lloyd Michener and son Oral
and Mrs. Frank DeFreece were Sun
day visitors in Walla Walla.
. Miss Areta Kirk, Miss Emma Rim?.
el, Miss Lorena Schubert and Miss
Helen Foster were recent iruests f
mends at McDougal Camp.
Mrs. E. C. Prestbve who was rt.
cently called to Seattle by the death
of her father, has returned home and
resumed her nosition at the Fit
Charles Mav a former resident nf
Athena and Weston, was in the city
Saturday from his home at Ashland.
Oregon. While here Mr. May was
guest at the J. . Jones home.
Sidney Barnes is down from Metal
line Falls, where he is emnloved in
diamond drilling, visiting his parents
at Weston. He has signed up with
his company to go to South America.
Mrs. Josephine Wricht nf Walla
Walla will demonstrate the cuts and
ways to prepare meat. Ladies who.
at 10 a. m. for one hour, and at the
local meat market Tuesday morning
Lnnsian church at 2 n. m.. where
meats Will be cooked and nerved.
Roy Pambrun received word of the
death of his daughter, Vera, wife of
Bob Harvey, at their home at Rose-
ville, California, and Mr. Pambrun
left at once for that nlace. He will
bring the body of his daughter to
Pendleton for burial. Mrs. Harvey
leaves her husband and two small
Miss Alberta Charlton was hostess
at a theatre dinner party Sunday
evening. Covers were laid for eight
at a table attractively centered with
pink rosebuds. Guests were Edna
DeFreece. Phyllis Dickenson Roma
Charlton, Wilber Harden, James
Hodgen, Clifford Woods, George
Gross and the hostess.
Mrs. Adair, mother of Mrs. Miatilda
Gray and grandmother of Mrs. Laur
ence Pinkerton, passed away at her
home in Princeton, Ida., last Friday,
after a lingering illness, at an ad
vanced age. Mrs. Gray was at her
mother's bed side at the time of her
death. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Pink
erton and daughter left Saturday for
Princeton to attend the funeral, re
turning Sunday evening.
The 3 o' 4 Bridge club met last
Thursday at the home of Mrs. Shel
don Taylor. Guests besides members
were Mrs. W. P. Littlejohn, Mrs.
Claire Guerney, of Baker, Mrs. F. S.
LeGrow, Mrs. Henry Dell, Mrs. Penn
Harris Mrs. James Cresswell and
Mrs. A. W. Logsdon. Mrs. Paul
Lieuallen received high club score,
Mrs. W. P. Littlejohn received high
guest score and Mrs. Laurence Pink
erton the consolation. Dainty re
freshments were served by the host
ess assisted by Mrs. Dean Dudley.
Just taken out of pit.
$1.00 per sack
( 1921, Western Newipaper Union.)
To make some little work of
God's a little frultfuller, better, to
make some human hearts a little
wiser, mnnfuller, happier, more
blessed, less accursed it Is to do
God's work. Carlyle.
WAYS WITH COCOA
often when serving cocoa as a
drink there will be a cupful or mora
left over. Set It
away and the fol
lowing day pre
pare a cornstarch
pudding, a sing
the cocoa in place
of the milk for a
Cook as usual
and st away to cool. Serve with
sugar and cream.
Cocoa Angel Food. Beat the whites
of five eggs until stiff, add one-fourth
teaspoouful of cream of tartar and
fold In lightly one cupful of sugar.
Sift together one teaspoonful of corn
starch, one-half cupful of flour and
one-fourth cupful of cocoa. Add one
teaspoonful of vanilla. Mix all to
gether and bake In a tube pan In a
slow oven. - -
Cocoa Bread Pudding. Soak two
ciipfuls of breadcrumbs In four cup-
fuls of scalded milk for one-half hour.
Mix one-fourth of a cupful of cocoa
with a little cold water to make a
paste, then add to the mixture. Beat
together one-fourth of a teaspoonful
of salt, two-thirds cupful of sugar,
two eggs and one-half teaspoonful of
vanilla. Add to the pudding mixture,
pour Into a buttered pan and bake In
pan of hot water. Serve with a
Marshmallow Frapp With Cocoa.
Scald three cupfuls of milk and stir
Into It one-eighth teaspoonful of salt,
two and one-half tablespoonfuls of
cocoa, one-half cupful of sugar; let
the mixture boll up, then add one-half
cupful of marshmallow cream or its
equivalent of diced marshmallows.
Chill, add one-half teaspoonful of va
nilla and freeze, packed in lee and
salt This amount will serve six per
sons. Mapla Parfait Beat four eggs
slightly and pour slowly on them one
cupful of hot maple sirup. Cook care
fully until the eggs are cooked and
the mixture thickened. Cool and add
a pint of thick cream whipped. Pour
Into the mold. Pack in Ice and salt,
four parts of ice to one of salt, and
let stand three to four hours.
Yes We have tfiem for Men, Women and
Phone Your Order To 152
Athena Department Store
. For Sale Good bundle hay. John
Tompkins, Helix, phone 16F2.
For Sale A good milk cow. H. H.
Saulsberry, Phone 25F21, Athena.
While you Swim
. Leave your car
to check the gas
to look at the oil
to fill the radiator
to fill the battery
to pump your tires
"Pink's" Place Third Street
"Service with a smile"
Self Dump-Light Draft
Made in 12 ft. Size No Skips No Bunches No Stop
In a demonstration on the Barrett place the light
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work hitched to a 4-cylind6r Dodge car.
Ralph Forbes and Owen Moore
Take a tip make a date to meet
this actress. Shell win your
heart with her charm and beauty.
And she'll show you what real
courage is, too. Here is a thrilling
revelation of the ups and downs of
life back of the footlights. Made
from Pinero's stage classic, it is
now a film vehicle which fits Miss
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Lawrence Gray and Gwen Lee
Beautiful Norma Shearer as a
modest violet. Her sister a gold
digging lady of the night And
then Norma decides that goodness
is the bunk. You'll be thrilled at
what happens then. The popular
star in her finest role a film of
gorgeous clothes and the drama
that stalks while New York sleeps.