The Athena press. (Athena, Umatilla County, Or.) 18??-1942, November 08, 1929, Image 4

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    - ,,,,, THE PjRESS, ATHENA, OREGON, NOVEMBER 8, 1929
C. T. Booth
Successor to "Pink"
Third Street
Blacksmith Shop
Repair Work
, Prices Reasonable
Athena, Oregon
4 Rolls Toilet Paper ,'. : . .... . .23c
2 Packages Shredded Wheat ........ .23c
2 Cans Cut String Beans .39c
2 Cans Dill Pickles .. .49c
3 Cans Sardines ..25c
' The Quality Grocery :
Phone 561
Alice Eager, Prop.
We carry the best
That Money Buys
Kippered Saimon, all Kinds of Salt Fish. Fresh
Fish, Oysters; Crabs, Clams, Kraut in Season.
Main Street Athena, Oregon.
GornelFs Garage
Richfield Gasoline, the Gasoline of Power. Get
Prices on Casings and Tubes Before you send your
Money away.
We also handle Veedol oils, Sporting goods, Radio
Tubes and Batteries, Auto Parts, Weed Chains. Cars
Greased, Tube Repairing, Batteries recharged.
L. A. Cornell
Athena, Oregon
Phone 471
Press Paragraphs
Paramount's "Charming .Sinners"
Standard Theatre, tomorrow night.
noy ueireece is driving a new
Chevrolet coupe.
Dale Stephens was in town fjom
Pendleton Wednesday evening.
Lee Crawford is employed at the
(juality Grocery store as salesman.
W. A. Barnes, Weston farmer,
transacted business in Athena, Tues
Herbert Parker and Henry Miller
spent Sunday on the Umatilla river
Pearl's Beauty Shoppe will be clos
ed Friday and Saturday, November 15
and 16.
Sim Culley, prominent Weston
farmer, transacted business in Athena
Mr. and Mrs. George Gerking spent
Thursday of last week with friends
in Walla Walla.
koss matron took home a new
cream separator Tuesday, purchased
of Rogers & Goodman.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Thompson took
their departure Monday for their new
home at Weiser, Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McEwen were
in town Tuesday from the ranch, trad
ing with Athena merchants.
Ralph -and Edwin McEwen were
home over the week-end and had as
guests Balfour Gibson and Kenneth
Sexton of The Dalles, Whitman fresh-men.
Miss Ellen Henry, teacher in the
Boardman schools is takng an en
forced vacation at the home of her
parents in Athena, on account of ill
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Lee and
Robert and Barbara Lee went to Pa-
louse Ihursday of last week, and
brought Dorothy Lee home for the
C. H. Potter who was afflicted sud
denly with a slight paralytic stroke
at his home, north of Athena, has re
covered and is able to proceed with
nis work.
Koy DeFreece returned to Free-
water Saturday, after spending last
week m Athena, to resume his nosi
tion as salesman in the Skaggs store
in fTeewater.
Weston Leader: A son weierhino-
eight pounds was born October 28 at
St. Mary's hospital, Walla Walla, to
Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Thompson of
Weston mountain.
Kay Hansell was down from the
Marion Hansell mountain ranch Mon-
day and took back with him a cater
pillar and" a new tractor gang plow,
10 ao some iaii plowing.
ine Ladies' Community Club of
Adams entertained a larrro crowd at
the Adams city hall, Thursday ere
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McFadden went nine of last week, wli pn then iriv.
J 4 TJ 4-1--J J 1. I. n r. .i . . .
uuwn w iuiLiaim aim spent uie weeK- meir naiiowe en carnival,
end with friends in the metropolis.
Mrs. Bert Ramsay has been at St.
Mary's hospital since Sunday, where
she is receiving medical treatment,
Mrs. Goldie Bacon of Portland, vis
ited at the home of her sister, Mrs.
J. F. Kershaw In Athena, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Dufheld and son
Curtis left Athena Sunday for Port
land, where they will reside in the
Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Henry are once
more demociled in their Athena home,
having moved in from the country,
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. I' red Brown of Walla
Walla were Sunday, visitors at the
Miss Dorothy Lee came down from
her school , at Palouse, Washington,
and spent the week-end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Lee. at
their home west of Athena.
Lucian Gagnon. who recently sold
his farm on Wild Horse creek to
Henry Koepke,.Sr., has purchased
a 440 acre wheat ranch of Sam Hunt
er, in the Spofford district.
Marion Hansell returned Saturday
from the Chelan district, where he
found conditions very unfavorable for
hunting deer. He was accompanied
on the trip by! H. H. Eickhoff.
A few Hallowe'en pranks were
played by the youngsters Thursday
home of Mr. and Alra. Kd Montague ,asi ditaStoS
oi property, sucn as is reported from
in Athena.
Mrsl Charles Smith visited several
days at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Don Wilks, in the Thorn Hoi
low district.
Neil Mclntyre has returned from
Sherman county, where his mother
Mrs. Zeltha Mclntyre, remained on
her farm there.
Dr. Rice reports the arrival of a
new son at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Pratt Mayberry, newcomers in Ath
ena, November 1
Mrs. M. M. Johns, Mrs. Proebstel
and Mrs. M. L. Watts were luncheon
guests of Mrs. Lilian Fredericks in
Weston, Monday.
Monday is Armistice Day and the
day will be observed under auspicies
of the American Legion Posts at
Walla Walla and Pendleton.
1Y P. DeFreece came over from
his home near Walla .Walla Monday,
and spent the day at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. Sims Dickenson,
Herman Geissel and Glen Arbogast
came over from Grant county Monday
and transacted business, leaving for
their ranch Tuesday afternoon
Clifford Wood and Orel Michener
made a trip to Weiser,. Idaho, this
week, taking over a truck load of
household goods for R. A. Thompson.
Mrs. Charles Betts has returned
home from several weeks visiting
with relatives and friends in Brook
lyn, New York, the home of her girlhood.
Mrs. R. A. Duffleld who left Athena
to reside in Portland, was an honored
guest of the Methodist church ladies,
Thursday afternoon of last week,
when Mrs. Dumeld, a member of the
society, was presented with a beau
tiful lunch cloth.- Refreshments were
served at the close of the afternoon.
Commencing at once and continuing for an indefinite period, we are giving
away absolutely
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One Pound Fancy Head Rice
with each 2-lb. M. J. B. Coffee. Come and get yours No strings to this sale
Remember we are Agents for Munsing Wear and Munsing Silk Hoisery,
Slips, Gowns, Bloomers, Bloomerette, Chemise, Step-ins, Etc.
5 per cent Discount for Cash
Athena Department Store
Phone 152
other towns,, wa3 in evidence here.
Miss Hilda Dickenson has been ill
this week at the home of her grand
father, T. P. DeFreece, near Wulla
Walla. Miss Dickenson had gone to
Walla Wall for medical treatment.
Miss Beulah Smith and Miss Doro
thy Brodie will spend the week-end at
the home of Miss Smith, in Island
City. They .will leave Athena this
evening driving over in Miss Brodie's
The posponed meeting of the Chris
tian missionary society will be held
next Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Floyd Pinkerton. Packages will be
received for the Los Aneeles Mid
night Mission.
Mrs. Lillian Downs Dobson. who
teaches school at; Yoakum, this coun
ty, had the - misfortune to fracture
her left wrist while suoerintendine
playground work at her school. Tues
day of last week.
Miss Esther Berlin was hostess for
a suprise party given in honor of her
sister Mary, at the Berlin home on
Friday evening last, when a num
ber of girl and boy friends were
hospitably entertained,
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Radtke. Mr. and
Mrs. F. B. Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Chase
Garfield, Mr. and Mrs. Flint Johns,
Mrs. M. m. Johns and sister. Mrs
Proebstel, were Athena folk who
spent Sunday in LaGrande,
Dudley Rogers has a splendidly
decorated show window at the Rogers
& Goodman hardware store at corner
of Main and Third, where artistic at
tention has been given to Atwater
Kent radios and equipment.
Curtis Dumeld, who is leaving Ath
ena to make his home in Portland
was nonor guest at a party given
last Friday evening at the home of
Miss Goldie . Miller. A number of
friends enjoyed a pleasant evening,
A number of Athena people spent
an enjoyable evening, Friday, at the
school house in District No. 2, where
Miss Marguerite Hereford, teacher,
had prepared a splendid program of
entertainment. '
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kirk and Miss
Beulah Smith attended the funeral
of Preston Burnett, Monday in La
Grande. Mr. Burnett, was the grand
father of Miss Smith and uncle of
Mrs. Kirk and the late Mrs. Frank
Mr. and Mrs. W, J. Crabill have re
turned from Portland, where they
spent two weeks visiting at the home
of their daughter, Mrs. Olin Mc
Feron. They also visited at the home
of A. L. Swaggart and other former
Athenaites. ';
' About fifty young people of the
Baptist church and friends partic
ipated in a Hallowe'en party in which
games supervised by Mrs. Emmet Lee
and Mrs. Bannister featured the eve
ning's entertainment. Refreshments
were served.
Penn Harris took over the Duffleld
barber shop under lease, Monday
morning. Herb Parker, who learned
the trade in this Bhop, when operated
by his father, the late A. J. Parker,
looks his natural self when working
at the second chair back.
John Wall, wife and little son
Ralph, were in Athena this week from
their home at Kelso, Washington,
visiting Mr. Wall's mother, Mrs. A.
K. Wall. John enjoyed his first visit
to Athena in several years. He is
sergeant of the Kelso police force.
Mr. and Mrs, T. L. McBride and
Miss Emma Ringel have returned
from Portland, where they spent last
week, attending the International
Stock Show. Miss Emma visited
with her sister. Miss Elsa Ringel,
who has a position in Grant high
school at Portland.
Athena ladies who are members
of the Rebekah lodge will attend a
district convention of that order Sat
urday, which will be held at Echo.
It is expected that a large number
of Rebekahs from over the county
will attend. . - . - -
Rev. and Mrs. Baker left yesterday
morning for their home in Eugene,
after spending several days at the
home of their son, Bryce Baker in
Athena. Rev. Baker preached in his
former pulpit at the Baptist church
Sunday, and met a number of old
time Athena friends.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Prestbye, ac
companied by Capt. and Mrs. C.
Prestbye of Kalispel, Montana, par
ents oi Mr. Frestbye, returned Sun
day evening from a motor trip to Se
attle and other cities on the Sound.
The Captain and Mrs. Prestbye re
turned to their home in Montana.
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Goff are in Ath
ena from Newberg, visiting at the
nome oi their daughter, Mrs. Ralph
McEwen. Mr. Goff represents the
Sweetarts corporation of Dundee,
Oregon, manufacturers of candied
fruits and nut products. He will take
orders for holiday purchases while in
the city.
Mrs. Frank Sanders entertained
twenty members of the J. T. club at
her country home north of Athena,
last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Starr
Charlton was present as a guest. Re
freshments were served by Mrs. Jesse
Gordon and Mrs. Zeph Lockwood. The
next meeting of the club will take
place at the home of Mrs. Lockwood,
on November 15.
Twenty-three members of Mac
Kenzie Chapter, 0. E. S. went to
Helix, Monday evening where with
Loyalty Chapter of Milton, Crescent
Chapter of Weston and Ionic Chapter
of Helix, they participated in a ban
quet given in honor of the Worthy
Grand Matron of Oregon, the occa
sion being a district convention of
the lodge. About one hundred guests
were seated at tables arranged in
semblance of a star. The local
chapter demonstrated the ballot.
The Athena Study dub was enter
tained at the home of Mrs. W. O.
Read last Friday afternoon, when
fourteen club members and one guest
Mrs. Jacob Proebstel of Portland,
were present. The program for the
afternoon, which centered upon the
lake region of England, was led by
Mrs. M. I. Miller, Mrs. Ruskin Blatch
ford, Mrs. Chase Garfield and Mrs.
C A. Sias. Mrs. Chase Garfield will en
tertain the club at her home next
Friday afternoon, November 15. Roll
call at this meeting will have to do
with the names and locations of
famous cathedrals. -
Charles A. Sias, Minister
Bible school, morning and evening
services and Christian Endeavor meet
ing will all come on their regular
hours next Lord's Day. The pulpit
topics will be respectively, "Religious
Standpatters," and "The Purpose and
Place of the Miraculous in Religion.'
Good music, a happy fellowship and
a most cordial welcome await you.
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