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tHE PRESS, ATHENA, OREGON, DECEMBER 6, 1929
As it Should
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Kippered Salmon, all Kinds of Salt Fish. Fresh
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A. W. LOGSDON
Main Street Athena, Oregon.
Otha Eeeder transacted business in
Miss Edna DeFreece was a WaJla
Walla visitor Tuesday.
Mr, and Mrs. Jess Gordon were
Pendleton visitors Tuesday.
Elmer Merritt and Henry Miller
spent Saturday in Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Stater of Pen
dleton visited Athena friends Sun
day. Mrs. Jane Harden who is ill at her
home in Athena is reported not so
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Walker spent
Thanksgiving at the John Walker
Dr. J. L. Geyer, now of Walla Wal
la, visited Athena friends Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lieuallen and
Mrs. Fred Pinkerton spent Tuesday
in Walla Walla. v
, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Catron' and Mr.
and Mrs. Sterling Parria were in Wal
la Walla Tuesday.
Mr. Ball, Union Oil company, man
ager in Athena spent Thanksgiving
day at Pilot Rock.
Mrs. Mabel Poague of Medford vis
ited Mrs. A. W. Logsdon here for
several days last week.
Miss Pearl Ramsay spent Sunday
and Monday visiting Miss Loia Mc
Intyre in Walla Walla.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Steen of Milton
were Thanksgiving guests at the
home of Mrs. Stella Keen.
Mrs. George Johnston who resides
in Idaho is a guest at the home of
her son Roy near Athena.
Lyle Gray and family have re
urned to Athena after a visit with
relatives at Harvard, Idaho.
Mrs. Sarah Jane Bowles of Walla
Walla is visiting at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. F. S. LeGrow.
Lee Hiteman who is a student at
Monmonth Normal was a week-end
visitor at his home in Athena.
Mr. and Mrs. Ad Pinkerton of Mil
ton spent Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Laurence Pinkerton.
Mrs. Fred Pinkerton and Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Lieuallen of Adams were
Walla Walla visitors Tuesday. '
Mr. and Mrs. Will Read have been
visiting at he home of Mr. Read's
sister Mr. Shurte at Arlington.
Friends of Mrs. Bert Ramsay will
be pleased to know that she is much
improved following a tedious illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert EickhoiT and
children were week-end guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Dudley.
Mrs. W. S. Ferguson has returned
home after a visit with her daugh
ter Mrs. Horace Belnap at Nampa,
Mr. and Mrs. Chase Garfield and
daughters motored to Walla Walla
where they spent Thanksgiving with
The members of the B. Y. P. U.
of Athena attended the Sunday eve
ning service at the Baptist church in
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Dudley motored
to Dayton Tuesday where they spent
the day with Mr. and Mrs. Verne
A number of. Athena people motor
ed to Walla Walla Thursday and wit
nessed the Whitman-Willamette foot
C. L. McFadden, Henry Koepke,
Penn Harris and Herb Parker attend
ed the Legion convention at Pendle
Mrs. M. M. John3 left Wednesday
morning to spend the winter with her
son Melville and family in Wilmar
Mrs. Ethel Montague, Mrs. C. 0.
Henry, Miss Ellen Henry and Mar
jorie Montague were Walla Walla vis
Miss Ellen Henry who is teaching
at Boardman this year spent Thanks
giving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. 0. Henry.
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BILL FOLDS, KODAKS
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cTVlcFadden's Pharmacy, cthena, Oregon
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Pittman , of
Dorris, California, are receiving con
gratulations upon the birth of a son,
The Campfire girls, Wauna group,
announce a food sale to be held at
the Quality Grocery . store Saturday
Beryl Hodgen, athletic coach of The
Dalles high school spent Thanksgiv
ing visiting firends and relatives in
Athena and Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Mansfield of
Pendleton had as their guests Thanks
giving day Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Logs
don and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Taylor and
family drove to Vale Wednesday, and
spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and
Mrs. Delbert Clore.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sanders and
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bush spent
Thanksgiving at the Ace Wagner
home near Umapine.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McPherson and
Mrs. Lila Kirk and John Kirk had
Thanksgiving dinner at the Grand
Hotel in Walla Walla.
Mrs. H. H. Hill who is in a Walla
Walla hospital suffering from a
serious attack of ptomaine poisoning
is reported improving.
Miss Dorothy Berlin who teaches
languages in the Roslyn, Washing
ton high school spent Thanksgiving
at her home in Athena. '
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Koepke spent
the Thanksgiving holidays at the
home of Mrs. Lorton at Clinton
Court in Walla Walla.
Dean Pinkerton spent the week-end
in Portland where he met John who
was also in the metropolis for the
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wagoner who
have been house guests at the home
of Mrs. H. I. Watts have returned to
their home in Portland.
Miss Delia Bryant and Miss Blanche
Thorson spent the Thanksgiving holi
days at the Thorson home in Stan
field returning here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Hopper and, Mr.
and Mrs. James Lieuallen were dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Can
non in Walla Walla Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dickenson and
Mr. and Mrs. Sims Dickenson spent
Thanksgiving day at the home of T.
P. DeFreece near College Place.
Miss Hilda Dickenson who ha? been
here for some time has returned to
Arlington to resume her work of chief
operator in the telepnone exchange.
Miss Lenore Jones who is a student
at the University of Oregon spent the
Thanksgiving vacation visiting her
aunt, Mrs. O. C. Taylor, at Seattle.
Clare Montgomery who is a stu
dent at Cheney Normal motored here
to spend the Thanksgiving vacation
with his mother Mrs. Lee Hiteman.
Mrs. H. S. Swift who is ai student
at the Normal school at LaGrande
spent Thanksgiving with her husband
who is employed at the Taylor home.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beck
ner, November 29, a son. The new ar
rival tops the scales at 10 pounds and
has been named James Allen Beckner.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. George
Strand will be interested to know
that they have returned to Pendleton
after a visit in Southern California.
Mr. Harold and son Eugene spent
Saturday night at the Shigley home
here." The visitors conduct a fox
farm between Walla Walla and Tou
Extensive repairs are in progress
inside the Christian church parson
age. Outside painting on both church
and parsonage is projected for early
Miss Glea Sias who teaches in the
Hermiston schools was a visitor at
the home of her parents, Rev. and
Mrs. Sias for Thanksgiving and the
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Wheeler of
Waitsburg spent last week-end at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kershaw.
Mr. Wheeler is editor of the Waits
Thanksgiving guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. LewMcNair were Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Graham of Walla Wal
la and Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Anderson
Miss Helen Hansell came down
from W. S. C. where she is a stu
dent, and spent Thanksgiving at tho
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
M. W. Hansell.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Goff left Mon
day morning for their home in New-
berg after a visit of several weeks
at the home of their daughter Mrs.
R, B. McEwen.
Ray Dudley who has been operating
a caterpillar in the Dayton country
preparatory for next year's bean
crop, has returned to Athena for the
Mr. and Mrs. Jay B. Gross
of Washtucna, were visitors at the
Dudley Rogers home over Thanks
giving. Mr. and Mrs. Gross are the
parents of Mrs. Rogers.
Shultz and Carney who have ship
per four car loads of mules to Grand
Island, Nebraska, are still in the mar
ket for stock and plan to ship another
car load in the near future.
Miss Dorothy Brodie was a week
end guest at the home of Mrs. Beulah
Smith at Island City. The young
ladies made the trip by motor and re
turned to Athena Sunday evening.
A piano recital will be held at the
school house here, Monday evening at
eight o'clock, under the supervision of
Mrs. Lillian Fredericks of vVeston.
Pupils from Weston and Athena will
A joint celebration of Thanksgiving
and the ninth birthday of Billy Johns
occurred at the Flint Johns home
Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee White
head and two sons of Walla Walla
and Mrs. M. M. Johns were guests.
A very enjoyable meeting of the
O. D. 0. club was held on Friday
afternoon when fifteen ladies as
sembled at the hemic of Mrs. Adam
Per 49 lb. Sack
1.45 per 50 lb. Sack
Delicious Apples, per box
M. J. B. Coffee
2-lb. Coffee 1 lb. Head Rice ' 1.20
MINCED CLAMS, 3 cans, 75c
5 per cent Discount for Cash
Athena Department Store
Swandt.. The next meeting will be
at the home of Mrs. Jesse Smith on
December 6th, today.
E. O. Lee and family have re
turned home after spending the
Thanksgiving holidays visiting rela
tives at Harrison, Idaho. Little Miss
Marjorie Stott accompanied them to
Athena and will spend the remaind
er of the winter here.
Mrs. Carrie Rogers who makes her
home on a farm near Helix visited
her sister Miss Nola Hill in Athena
this week. Following her visit here
Mrs. Rogers accompanied her daugh
ter to Pullman where she is a stu
dent at Washington State college.
Athena people who spent Friday
in Walla Walla included, Mrs. C. M.
Eager, Mrs. Chase Garfield, Mrs.
Flint Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Douglas, Mrs. Bert Logsdon, Miss
Delia 'Bryant, Miss Blanche Thorson,
Mrs. William McPherson Mrs. Roy
Cannon, Mrs. Archie Mclntyre.
Rev. Dow and family and A. H.
Kibbey and family enjoyed the excel
lent Thanksgiving festivity at the
home of Mrs. John Phillips and son.
In the evening, they enjoyed the tab
ernacle meeting at Pendleton, con
ducted by Rev. Ross. They report
that four persons accepted Christ, and
that the meetings are interesting.
Representatives of Dolph Lodge A.
F. & A. M. who attended the meeting
of the Master Warden organization at
Weston Friday evening were, Samuel
Fambrun, Arthur Coppock, Charles
Smith, Louis Keen and Clarence
Tubbs. Koopen of Pendleton was
elected president, Davis of Freewater,
vice-president; Gilbert, of Pilot Rock,
secretary. Helix lodge will be host
to the organization in January.
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