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"Sally of Our Alley"
Standard Theatre, tomorrow night
Mrs. Stella Keen recently visited
friends at Pilot Rock.
Miss Edna DeFreece spent Wednes
day in Pendleton with friends.
Mrs. Clarance Zerba is visiting
relatives in 'Portland, this week.
Born, August 24, 1928, to Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Carsten, a daughter.
Tom McLure is working at the
Stubblefield Home in Walla Walla.
Wade Goodman came over from
Walla Walla, and spent Sunday in
Miss Hilda Dickenson has returned
from a visit to relatives at Milton and
Mrs. Llia Kirk, Mrs. W. McPherson
and Mrs. Ralph Singer were in Pen
Miss Dorothy Lee will begin teach
ing school in district number 17 Tues
day of next week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Pherson and Mr.
and Mrs. W. 0. Read spent Sunday
at Bingham Springs.
Mrs. Ross and children visited at
the Ralph Cannon home in Walla Wal
la over the week-end.
F. B. Radtke and son Fred left Ath
ena Sunday to fish in the lakes and
streams over in the Bend country.'
They are expected home today.
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A Carolina Mountain Picture
Standard Theatre, Sunday night.
Seth Haworth was a recent visitor
to relatives in Athena.
Little Beth Zerba came down from
Waitsburir recently and visited her
grandmother, Mrs. Hargett. ;
Mary Jane Miller submitted to an
nriAration at Milton this week for re
moval of tonsils and adenoids.
Mrs. M. W. Hansell and daughter
Helen snent the week-end in Portland
returning home Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Florance Shuham Merrill 01
Walla Walla, was a guest over tht
week-end of Mrs. Homer I. Watts.
Miss Ethel Pittman may enter
Rehnke-Walker colleee at Portland
to take a business course this fall. -
Mr. nd Mrs. Lee Wilson and
daughters are home, after spending a
pleasant week at Bingham springs.
Miss Hennette Hansen oi weDrasKa,
is in the citv for the week, visiting
her college friend, Miss Lois Mcln-
J. A. Murray, manager for ; the
Pacific Telephone & Telegraph com
pany was in Athena from Pendleton,
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Zerba are
expected home this week from their
visit at the Charles StockstUI home
at Grant's Pass. ' . ".
firpci? Williams, a former employe
at the Athena Standard Oil company
d ant was in the city lor a snort
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Green, parents
of Mrs. Glenn Dudley, are here from
Los Angeles, visiting at the home of
Mrs. Charles May and daughter,
who visited at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Jones, left for their home
at Ashland, Tuesday.
Mrs. Henry Wood, who makes her
home with her daughter, Mrs. Alf.
Johnson at Walla Walla, is again en
joying fairly good health.
Mrs. Lillian Kenworthy and three
children, of Spokane, are visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R.
Gerking, west of Athena.
Miss Hazel McFarland is here from
Portland visiting at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Me-
C. M. Jones
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Mr. and Mrs. McFarland and Hazel
were in Walla Walla Wednesday
visiting Mrs. H. M. Wood, of that
Eldon Myrick was a patient in the
hospital at Walla Walla yesterday
where an operation was performed
for the removal of tonsils.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jones will spend
Labor Day at Wallowa Lake where
the rural mail carriers of the district
will hold their annaul picnic. "
Miss Ethel Geissel is expected to
come up from Portland tomorrow, to
spend the week-end at the home. of
her mother, Mrs. Dora Sanchez.
The Legion swimming pool at City
Park is still popular with swimmers
and bathers despite the lowering of
temperature in the late summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dickey left
Athena Saturday for Lewiston, Idaho,
where Mr. Dickey will be employed on
the railroad there this fall and win
Arleen Myrick who has been afflict
ed with ear trouble for some time, is
reported some better after receiving
treatment from a specialist at Walla
Master Till Stone has been enjoy
incr a pleasant sojourn at Seaside,. in
company with his uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Woodward, oi Walla
Cleve Myers has an excellent garden
in the south part of town this year,
and is selling quantities of cucumbers
to Athena housewives for pickling
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Frazer oi
Milton, who recently returned from a
motor trip to Crater Lake, visited at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pink-
Phil Parrott. fruit inspector at Mil
ton, was a guest recently at the Sims
Dickenson home Mr. Parrott was
formerly employed by Mr. Dickenson
on the farm.
Mrs. E. E. Tate and daughters of
Helix were guests of Mrs. Tate's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilson
during their vacation trip to Bingham
Springs, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Reeder accom
panied Mrs. W. H. Reeder,' who has
been visiting at the home of her son,
to her home in Tacoma this week.
The trip was made by auto.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Venable will
occupy the residence recently vacated
by Dr. Cowan. Mr. and Mrs. Venable
have recently been living in the Shick
residence on the West Side.
Mrs. Jesse Myrick was a guest at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bryce
Baker Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Baker,
Mrs. Myrick and others spent part
of the day Sunday; picnicing on Cab
Miss Merle Best, former teacher in
the Athena schools, spent the week
end at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs.
D. T. Stone, west of Athena. Miss
Best will teach in the Pendletop
schools this yeaf .
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Pinkerton will
occupy the) residence recently pur
chased by Archie Mclntyre from Mrs.
Mclntyre on Lower Third street Mr.
and Mrs. Pinkerton have been resid
ing in the late Hamp Booher residence.
Mrs. Armond DeMerritt and little
son Dell, and Esma Hiteman are here
from Walla Walla this week, at the
Henry Dell home. Mr. and Mrs.
DeMerritt will spend Labor Day at
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Perry attended
a party at Pendleton Friday evening,
which was given by Christian En
deavor Union. On September 8, the
Union will give a party at Helix.
Miss Maud Sherman, accompanied
by her mother, will leave tomorrow
for Estacada, Oregon, where she will
have charge of the primary depart
ment in the public schools for the
sixth successive year.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Eager and
daughters are on a trip to Portland
and Seaside, which will cover the next
two weeks. M. I. Miller is assisting
Roy DeFreece in the Quality Grocery,
during the absence of Mrs. Eager.
Raymond Murphy has finished his
season's work in the hay and harvest
field at the W. J. Kirk ranch, south
west of Athena, and is ready to enter
Athena high school, where he fills the
important position of cheer leader.
Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Smith, who are
touring the country, recently sent
cards to friends in Athena, from
Phoenix, Arizona, "Just roasting,"
was the comment on Phoenix weather,
Dr. and Mrs. Smith reside in Port
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pinkerton drove
to Baker Tuesday afternoon on in
formation that an uncle of Mrs. Pink'
erton, Butler Matthews of Genessee,
Idaho, was very ill in a hospital there-
Mr. Matthews, with his sister, Mrs.
Hampton, mother of Mrs. Pinkerton
was traveling from Buhl, Idaho, when
he was stricken with paralysis, and
was taken to the Baker hospital.
Sunday school at 9:45 o'clock.
Sermon at 11 o'clock. B. Y. P. U.
at 6:30 o'clock The evening services
will be in charge of the young people
who are leaving for college this fall.
The theme of the sermon will be
"Three Vital Questions". Regular
midweek services, the choir meeting
at the home of Mr. and Mr. E. 0.
Lee on Tuesday evening at 7:30
o'clock. Young peoples prayer meet
ing and discussion group at 7:30
o'clock on Wednesday evening, and
prayer service Thursday evening at
7 MO o'clock .Everyone is cordially in
vited to attend all the services of this
A B. Y.' P. U. patty will be given
at the Baptist church basement Tnes
day evening honoring the students
who are leaving for college.
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