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Don Johnson la driving a new
Ralph Cannon was in town Tues
day from Walla Walla.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Leonard were
in the city the first of the week from
Mrs. Ralph McEwen went down to
Portland Saturday evening, for , a
few days visit.
Sims Dickenson is having improve
merits made to his home in the north
part of the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeFreece are
visiting relatives at Wilbur, Wash
ington, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Herr, former
Athena residents, have moved from
Portland to Baker.
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A. E. Shick was over from Walla
Walla, Monday, where he is. engaged
in the furniture business.
Miss Hortense Baker of Weston,
was a guest of Mrs. Fred Pinkerton
for a couple of days this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dell left by'
motor Monday for Seattle, where
they will, visit for several days.
A daughter of George Corder has
arrived in the city and will reside with
him at his home on Third street.
F. B. Wood, local agent of the
Northern Pacific, is taking a vacation,
and this week is at Tacoma, Washing
ton. Mrs. Susie Gerking, who has been
living at Estacada, has arrived in
Pendleton to reside with her son, Ben
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lieuallen
and daughters were in the city Sun
day from Adams, attending church
The "Blood Ship" comes to the
Standard tomorrow night. Sunday
night Paramount's "Gay Defender,"
a fine picture, will head the program.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Graham and
son Jack, who have been visiting in
Weston and Athena, returned
Wednesday to their home in Albany.
Mr. and Mrs. John Rayborn of Hood
River visited over Monday night at
the B. D. Taylor home. Mr. Taylor
ad Mrs. Rayborn are brother and
Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Crabill entertained at dinner, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles McFarland, Miss Hazel
McFarland and Miss Carrie Dreher.
C. M. Jones
J. L. Harman
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To look well you should keep your hair properly cut your face
shaved and massaged In fact everything in the Barber line.
Come in and see Herb Parker and I.
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The Christian Church
The P. Waldo Davis Entertainers will be at
the Christian Church this evening at 8 o'clock
and will give a splendid Concert, playing the
only instrument of its kind in America.
Adults 50c; Kids 15c Those buying tickets be
fore hour of program will be able to get them
for , - -
Complete line of the newest tablets with the
golden glow paper note books of all kinds, cray
ons, inks, pencils, etc. Everything! for school.
Parker Fountian Pens and Pencils in all the latest
$2.75 and up
other pens at $1.50
Miss McFarland and Miss Dreher
have returned to Portland, after visit
ing in Athena for a fortnight.
Mrs. W. E. Potts and son Edmond,
Mrs. James Potts and Miss Myrtle
were m Walla Walla, Sunday, to at
tend the wedding of Miss Margery
Mrs. Hugh McArthur came up from
Portland Friday and is a guest at the
George Banister home. Mrs. Mc
Arthur will probably spend the win
ter in California.
. The Ladies Aid society of the
Christian church will serve an Elec
tion Day dinner at noon, on Main
street. Arrangements will be per?
fected and further details given later,
About sixty young people were
present at the Christian Endeavor
Society party at Helix, Saturday eve
ning. Twelve members of the Athena
society attended the party.
Owners of the Pendleton East Ore
gonian and Joe Harvey of the
Hermiston Herald, have purchase4
the Twin Falls, Idaho, Times. Mr.
Harvey will be editor of the Times,
Mrs. Max Hopper accompanied her
brother-in-law, James Lieuallen of
Adams, to Portland, where Mrs. Lieu
allen, sister of Mrs. Max Hopper, has
been in a hospital for a couple : of
. Miss Edna DeFreece accompanied
her brother-in-law, Lowell Harder to
Seattle, Wednesday, where they joined
Mrs. Harder, who has been in that
city for some time; They will return
home next week.
The Round-Up preparations at Pen
dleton, are daily tolling a number of
Athena helpers, who are assisting in
dolling up grounds and stock for the
big show, which will be held Septem
ber 19-22 inclusive.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Saulsberry are
entertaining Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
Lewis and daughter of Lexington,
Kentucky,, who arrived at the Sauls
berry farm home Friday. Mrs. Lewis
is Mr. Saulsberry's niece.
Wednesday evening friends of Mrs.
Will H. Bennett, of Portland, were
favored by hearing her sing over the
radio, in a program known as the
"Kiwanis Frolic," put on the air by
KFJR. Mrs. Bennett is a sister of
Mrs. C. M. Eager.
Glen and Floyd Arbogast came over
from" Ritter, Grant county, and spent
Sunday at the Geissel home in Ath
ena. They drove out three carloads
of mixed stock which was loaded at
Pilot Rock for shipment to the Port
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Koepke, Sr.,
and daughter Dorothy, are here from
Glendale, California for a few weeks
visit at the Koepke farm home, south
of Athena. Miss Dorothy recently
returned to California from an exten
sive period of studying in Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McKethen and
little daughter Mary Jane, of Themo
polis, Wyoming, are visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Dudley.
Mrs. McKethen and Mrs. Dudley are
sisters. The visitors will remain un
til after the Round-Up at Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Nelson,
motoring up from California, visited
the fore part of the week at the D.
A. and J. W. Pinkerton homes in Ath
ena. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson were ac
companied by their daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Allen, who
also reside at Long Beach, California.
Tawkana Campfire Group met Fri
day afternoon in the Christian
Church. All members were present.
Several items of business were trans
acted. The next meeting will be at
the home of Eloise Venable Septem
ber 14th where candy will be made for
a candy sale to be held Saturday,
September loth at the Quality
Clarence Toole, athletic coach at
Athena high school last year, is teach
ing at present in the high school at
Porterville, California, where he and
Mrs. Toole are pleasantly situated for
the present year. Mr. Toole is di
rector of athletics' at Quinn College
in connection with his high school
work, states Mr. Toole in a letter to
Mrs. Jerome Hill died at the Col
lege Place sanitarium Monday aft
ernoon at 4 o'clock after a very short
illness. She was born in Minnesota
and was 65 years, 7 months and 5
days old. Her husband, two daugh
ters and two sons survive her. , They
had lived near Freewater 11 years
and their home is north of Freewater
a short distance.
East Oregonian: Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Gerking and children, Harold
and Janis, have returned home after
a three weeks' motor trip. They visit
ed the Oregon beaches and went to
Seaside, Newport, Gold Beach, etc.
They visited Klamath Falls also. The
return trip to Pendleton was made
via the John Day highway and the
visitors were in Baker before return
A family of talented musicians, the
Temple Chimes Trio, Vill give a con
cert this (Friday) evening, . at the
Christian church. The concert is de
scribed as being novel and entertain
ing and deserving of liberal
patronage. The prices of admission
are 50 cents for adults, children 15
cents at the door, but if tickets are
purchased before the evening of the
concert the admission fof adults is
At the opening meeting of the Ath
ena Study club last Friday at the
home of Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. M. I.
Miller was elected as president of the
club for the coming year. Mrs. Lew
McNair was chosen as vice president,
and Miss Myrtle Potts was retained
as secretary-treasurer. The subject
for study for the winter is "Oregon"
and a short period was devoted to the
preliminaries, after election. Guest
day will be observed on Friday after
noon. September 23, at the home of
Mrs. M. M. Johns, when limited
number will be invited.
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