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; "Three Week Ends"
Standard Theatre tomorrow, Sunday
Bert Kirbv of Adams, was in Ath
ena Monday, transacting business.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Mclntyre ana
childern went to Spokane Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Parris are
visiting friends and relatives in
Mirs PeG-e-v Cowan is in Athena
from her home in Spokane, visiting
E. A. Bennett was over from Milton
Monday, looking after his residence
Mrs. C. M. Eacer and daughter
Virginia made a short visit to Port
land this week. '
Mr. and Mrs. Chase Garfield and
I two little daughters have returned
home from Seaside.
Attorney E. C. Prestbye attended
to legal business at the court house
in Pendleton, Monday.
Announcement is made of the mar
riage of Frank Pierce and Miss
Lorene Ganseth, of Adams.
Mrs. Hunot of Pendleton, spent
Sunday at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Camobell.
Carl Kupers, formerly of Helix,
now residing near Bonners Ferry,
THntin was in Athena this week. .
John Tompkins made a business
trip to San Francisco this week, re
turning to his home in Athena, lues
TlirharH Snvder. son of Frank
SnvHpr. at one time a resident of
Athena, was united in marriage, Sun
day, to Miss Tottie Laing of Pendle
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He (as the guests leave); "I'll
call you up."
She. (embarrassed): "But we
have no telephone."
He: "Oh, well, I'll probably see
you again sometime."
What girl wants to live in a
home that has no telephone?
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Ar. Pasco 4:30 p.m.
Lv. Pasco 4:55 p. m.
Ar. Spokane 9:45 p.m.
Ar. Minneapolis . . . . .9 :20 p. m.
Ar.St. Paul 9:55 p.m.
Ar. Chicago 9:30 a.m.
low summer lurtt to Eastern
points on sale until Sept, 30.
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Mr. D. H. Sanders. Mrs. Mima
Kirkland and Mrs. Hugh Smith, sis
ters, are visiting relatives in Port
Mrs. M. M. Johns is home from
Seattle, where she attended the na
tional convention of the Christian
Mr. and Mrs. Omer Stephens and
Mrs. Kimball motored to Pendleton
Monday and . spent the day with
Mr. and Mrs. Zenh Lockwood and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sanders are on
a motor trip to Seattle and other
Mrs. Grant Prestbye is expected to
arrive the fore part of next month
from Montana, to visit relatives in
Athena and vicinity.
"Too." MrFnHHen is visitine rela
tives in Walla Walla this week. Billy
McFadden has been at the Buzz fisic
ranch for the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Keefer and family
of Spokane were recent visitors at
the Clifford Walker home. Mrs. Walk
er and Mrs. Keefer are sisters.
Mrs. Justin Harwood is assisting
the sales department at Radtkes
this week during the absence of Mr.
Radtke who is on a fishing trip.
Mrs. William Potts has been re
moved to her home from St. An
thony's hospital, Pendleton, where
she had been a patient for some
William Hendricksen and William
Pripp. the latter of Weston, have
finished a job of painting on the in
terior of the Athena nign scnooi
John Walker, accompanied by his
danirhter. Jennie May Walker, is
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs,
Ralph Richmond, near Bonners Ferry
Idaho, this week.
Jim Hodgen is driving a new Ford
Hnnrt eoune. He formerly had a Ford
coach. His new car is quite spiffly
and he is sure making its bright red
wheels go 'round and round,
nr. anH Mrs. Rice and Mr. and Mrs
Lloyd Michener spent Sunday on the
Umatilla river. While the doctor
and Mr. Michener fished for trout
the ladies were at Bingham Springs
Miss Lois Johnson is home this
week from . University of Oregon,
where Rhe took the summer course
Miss Johnson will instruct in piano
for the Malen Burnett bchool oi
Music this vear.
Will Kirk finished the harvest seas
on last Friday. He had an excellent
crop of, wheat from 900 acres. Beans
on the Kirk ranch, which indicate a
good yield will be 'threshed for the
Eickhoff Products company.
Rev. and Mrs. Dow and family will
return from their summer sojourn in
the mountains, returning to the Bap
tist parsonage this week. Rev. Dow
spent Sunday in the city and
preached from his pulpit at the Bap
The funeral of the late Chris
Breding, well known Umatilla county
farmer, was held at Pendleton, Tues
day, from the German Lutheran
church in that city. Mr. Breding is
survived by his widow, two daughters
and six sons.
Fred Gross was slightly injured at
hin farm home west of Athena the
fore part of the week, when he was
kicked on the arm by one of his
mules. Fortunately the blow was a
glancing one, otherwise iTed would
not be at work now.
Mrs. Max Wilson accompanied Mrs
Bert Logsdon home from Joseph, for
a visit over the week-end. Mrs. Logs
don will return to Joseph again this
week, where she will meet Bert, who
went to the mountains with a party
of friends on a fishing trip.
Mrs. f red Kershaw and aaugnter
Frederica, arrived home Monday eve
ning from Pavette Lake. Idaho, where
they spent a couple of weeks at the
summer home or Mr. and Mrs. uvie
Castleman, of Ontario, Oregon. They
report a very pleasant outing.
Mrs. Lillian Fredericks of Weston
visited friends in Athena Saturday
Mrs. Fredericks will begin fall in
struction to her Athena piano class,
beginning Saturday, September 7.
The Athena class will meet for in
struction at Athena Hotel parlor
Annarentlv the Press did its best
last week to transfer the residence
place of Otis Lieuallen from Adams
to La Grande. The item was intended
for announcement of the location of
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Adams formerly of
Weston at the Union county town.
Dr.' Blatchiord. Athena dentist
made a trip to Okanogan, Washing
ton over tha week-end. Ha was ac
companied home by Mrs. Blatchford.
They will live in the cottage lormer
ly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Jmes
Cresswell, in the north part of the
Mr. and Mrs. Omer Stephens and
son Dale will move to Pendleton next
uiooli. Thev will live at the home of
Mrs. A. A. Kimball, Mrs. Stephens1
mother. Mr. and Mrs. Stephens have
tun resident nf Athena tar over
twelve years, where Mr. Stephens has
been engaged m the grocery busi
Mr. anH Mm. Forest Zerha left
last Friday for Grants Pass, where
they will spend a couple or weeks at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Stockstill, Mrs. Zerba's parents. Mr,
and Mrs. Elmer Stockstill returned
from there last Thursday evening.
After livtvinir Grants Pass, thev
drove to Crater Lake, returning home
E. C. Rogers and son Emery load
ed un the eitr ta tha frunwalea Sun
day evening with camping equippage
and grub and it'll Monday morning
for Wallowa on a weeks fishing trip.
No particular objective point had
been selected .for a camping place,
and they were prepared to go to the
lake if Wallowa streams did not ap
peal M theta.
Miss Ruth Williams visited friends
in the Walla Walla valley this. week.
C. O. Henrv will place a new root
on the residence of Mrs. Jennie Bar
Elmer Merritt will spend the fall
months on the Mclntyre ranch north
Mrs. Max Dudley and children are
down from Pullman visiting at the
E. A. Dudley home.
Charles Potter has sold sixty nead
of hogs to Alex Mclntyre, which will
be fattened in the stubble fields.
J. A. Murray, district manager for
the Pacific Telephone & Telegraph
comnanv. came uo from the Pendle
ton office, Wednesday.
Mrs. Marion Hansel! and daughters,
Helen and Mildred are spending a
few days in Portland. They motored
to Portland Wednesday:
After visitine at the Robert Kay-
mond home near Prineville, Mr. and
Mrs. Cass Cannon returned to their
home in Athena, Tuesday.
Mrs. Gertie Wood has returned
home with her mother, who has been
in a hospital for some time, and who
is now improving in health.
Fred Heath came down from Jiis
ranch on Reed and Hawley Mountain
Wednesday. s He reports a good yield
of Loganberries on his place this
year. , . 1 ,
Macnus and Lerov Hughes, with
their wives and children, have mo
tored to points north of here, after
spending the harvest season arouno
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Richards are
entertaining at their home, Mrs.
Sarah J. Rawlston and Miss Caroline
Enkerton of Los Angeles, and Miss
Sarah Bell Jensen of Spokane.
Mrs. Knicrht and daughter Dorothy
of Weiser, Idaho, were entertained at
the Berlin home Monday, lhe ladies
were en route to Yakima. Miss
Knight attended Whitman college
with Miss Dorothy Berlin.
J. E. Jones, who with Mrs. Jones
snent Sunday at McDougal Camp, re
ports that the crew of workmen have
assembled there to begin grading
work on the Weston-Elgin road, be
tween McDousral and Tollgate.
E. C. Burlinarame. who was a guest
of H. A. Barrett in Athena, Wednes
dav. renorts hav prices advancing
Mr. Rurlin?ame is a breeder of
thoroughbred sheep and a large land
holder over the line in Washington.
Miss Elsa Rinsrel will leave to
morrow for Portland, where she has
accepted a position in Grant hign
school of that city.' Miss Ringel re
turned this week from a' visit to
relatives in LaCrosse. Wis., and
The Camn Fire Girls gave a party
in honor of their guardian. Miss
Hilda Dickenson at the home of
Esther Berlin, Thursday evening of
last week. Miss Dickenson, who is
leaving for Arlington, was presented
with a handsome writing portfolio, in
appreciation of her devotion to ac
tivities of the local Camp Fire group.
Miss Margaret Lee will leave this
morning for Charlo, Montana, where
she will have charge of the hfth and
sixth cradea in the public schools
there. Her sister. Miss Dorothy Lee
will leave Saturday morning for Pa
louse. Washinzton. where she will
have charge of a school. Margaret
graduated from Cheney Normal
school this summer and Dorothy has
been teaching at the Sheldon Taylor
district for the past, year.
Rnv Cannon and family of Athena
are having an outing at , Bingham
Finis Kirkpatric and family and
Frank Bowman and family of Mission
are enjoying a vacation at Bingham
Burle Anderson is on a fishing trip
above Bingham Springs this past
Miss Roberta Morrison and Miss
Dena Lieuallen were week-end visit
ors with Miss Lucille Winn at their
Summer home at Bingham.
Mr. and Mrs. Myrton Moore of
Portland spent a couple of days at
Bingham the past week.
G. M. Morrison and wife of Adams
snent the week-end at the Springs.
Mrs. Theresa Berlin and daughters
of Athena snent the week-end here.
J. T. Lieuallen of Portland came up
and snent Sundav here.
Melvin Lemmere of Walla Walla
spent the week-end here recreating.
Paul Lieuallen and lamiiy are so
journing at the Springs this weeK.
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Athena Department Store
Miss Marv Holaday is expected
home this coming week from "Long
Beach, Wash., where she has spent
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Long and family
of Pendleton spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sullivan of
Pendleton were Sunday visitors at the
O. A. Simoson and family of Pen
dleton are enjoying a vacation here.
Lawerence Lieuallen and lamiiy oi
Adams were Sunday visitors at Bing
Milton Lowney and family and O. L.
Shelton and family of Walla Walla
are having an outing here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Hall oi Atnena
were among the Sunday visitors here.
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