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THE PRESS, ATHENA, OREGON. JANUARY' 10. ; 1930
Just Around the Corner j
" From Eye ry where ifj
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY j
Serve-Us Grape Fruit No. 2 tins If:
- -: 2 for 49c v--v---;v &
Stidds TamalesNo. 1 tin - - &
2 for 49c ffi
Sperry Pancake flour jfhd.l-lb. tin Log Cabin ; &
Syrup Both for $
. 49c &
- ; Citrus Washing Powder jfj
2 for 49c
Kraft Cheese any variety y2lb j:
' 2 for 49c &
' Serv-Us Minced Clams No. 1 tall
2 for 49c $
Wesson Oil, quart &
: Pineapple Broken Sliced 2V2U jji
2 for 49c &
Serv-Us Sockeye Salmon l-lb. &
' - 2 for 49c j&j
Peas, ungraded No. 2 tin $i
- 4 for 49c j&
Serv-Us Dill Pickles 2y2s $
2 for 49c &
7-lb. for 49c
0. H. B. Catsup, 18-oz.
- 2 for 49c
Layer Cake (Date-Nut)
Continental Oil Company
Always at Your Service
Athena Service Station
Gas, Oils, Greasing
Automobile Assessories Tires
BRYCE BAKER, Prop. . . Athena, . . Phone 761
here - - - -
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Students Win High Honors at U. of O,
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JUNIOR NEW 3
Editor........:..!......... ?.ta r ! V-.U;:
Assistant Editor Mj,'l 1
Alumni -'i:.::-: i!
Student Body... Aithur C.iowli :,
Boys' Athletics.......:....'..Roland Wilson
Classes............. Emery Rogers
Entertainment......... Elizabeth Walter
Personals........... :..,....Georgie Green
Faculty..... ...Walter Huffman
1st to 4th Grades........Curtiss Dufiield
5th to 8th Grades........Mary TompkinS1
Subject Classes........;.:.Herbert Reedcr
Advisor ...................Miss Beulah Smith
The ; first snowfall paints many
beautiful pictures. Not all the pic
tures are made by the art of some
per3on blending paints, making de
signs by a brush on a piece of canvas.
The mos beautiful pictures are creat
ed by nature. Une oi the prettiest
pictures is of the trees and ground
covered with a white blanket of snow.
Snow has a great effect in making a
place seem more beautiful, even add
ing beauty to little old shacks. As
flowers a'd n making a place more
beautiful in su...n-.cr, so the snow
flakes add beauty in winter. "
Morgues are being finished by the
Junior English class under the super
vision of Miss Smith. Before the
morgues are accepted, they are to be
arranged in a neat way, and accom
panied by a theme which is the long
est written during the year. These
themes are a biography bunt around
The coveted membership in Phi Beta Kappa, scholastic fraternity, was
voted this fall at the University of Oregon to six seniors. Upper, from left,
La Wanda Fenlason and Naomi Hohman, Portland; lower, Katherlne Karpen-
Stein and Mary Klemm, Eugene, with the lone boy, Karl Landstronj, Lebanon,
In the center. No photo of Mrs. Jeanette Edge waa available.
Several Athena high school stu
dents attended the Athena- Mac -Hi
game at Milton Friday.
Robert and Myrtle Campbell spent
Saturday in Pendleton.
Garth Pinkerton, Lowell Jenkina,
Ralph Moore, Wayne Banister, Robert
Campbell and Raymond Freezo were
among the Weston visitors Saturday
Harold Kirk and Carolyn Kidder
were in Pendleton Saturday evening
Arleen Myrick spent Sunday in
University of Oregon, Eugene
What is considered to be the highest
honor a college student can receive
was conferred on five women and one
man when Pbl Beta Kappa, national
scholastic honorary for men and wo
men, elected them to membership.
These six students, known as the
"senior six," stand highest in giade
averages among the senior class.
Those elected were Mary Klemm,
Mrs. Jeanetta Edge and Katherlne
Karpensteln: Naomi Hohman, La
Wanda Fenlason, and Karl Landstroin.
Members of the scholastic society
are selected for scholarship, general
character and ability. A Phi Beta
Kappa committee conducted an In
vestigatlon for some time into th
records of the candidates "before the)
were elected to membership.
No Woman Without Some
Appeal to Masculinity
Almost every woman has something
about her which, carefully nurtured,
will make her seem desirable not, of
course, to every man in her world,
but to one or two. The charm, which
may be anything from piquant con
versatlon to good cooking, will find
appreciation somewhere If it be well
Men are appealed to through their
vanity and vainglory even more easily
thnn women, which means that most
men would rather be seen about with"
a woman who patently, did credit to
their own powers of fascination than
with the worthiest creature in the
world if she had no means of making
the beholders envy tlieui.
There may be men who dislike mere
flirtation, and coldly Ignore a woman
who attracts them, but you will have
to look for tliem In monasteries and
other retired places. They are not of
A man likes to look upon a woman
as one who Is subject to n hundred
weaknesses and follies, and yet re
mains at heart a stanch friend, a
really good sort.
A man falls In love wllli n wouinu
wljo helps him to nonpar at his hest.
"The Technique of Hie Love Affair."
P.v n Crn tic woman.
Frenchman Clever Trick
' A racketeer of Paris profited rich
ly by investigation ' of French tariff
laws, but ran Into a difficulty, the
Living Age records,
. 1st. & 2nd Grades
The first primer of the first grade
has been completed and they will
soon start on their second book.
The second grade completed their
second primer two weeks ago . and
will soon start on their third book.
- 3rd & 4th Grades : '
The third grade have finished their
second reading book and; will start on
j their third primer this week.
5th & 6th Grades
Those getting J00 in spelling In
.tl.V. T, . the fifth grade for this week's words
BU,"C" "i" . "uc . I mwa' Pirl Roll Wltr Banister.
ub tuuoiuo, uuuiub uiu. wuu uui t, Tr:i.v m T .W-
eggs are duty free, and noting that S- i wu v-ZVr R,,th
they cannot be told from domestic nkf JL J '
.v-i Street. Melba Montague.
iSr iTi I V , C . In the sixth grade were: Alberta
He did a thriving' trade with farm- 0 "l ;" J tw?.' TnVin
ers, being able to undersell all oth- S Marine Edger, Doris Jenkins,
er egg dealers. When, however, be ua" . ,. jarv ar)fill.
attempted to call again on his cus- . Zt01k ted
t : SflrSL: ILL.', symbols of e New
fast as bad been that of the chicks
two weeks after they bad left the
7th & 8th Grades
Barbara Lee is still out of school
on account of illness.
The Milton Sunday school class
was defeated by the grad boys
1 Infant Identification
Id-ntifylng babies Is so hard some
times that the. authorities of the can'
ton of Argovie, Switzerland, have Saturday afternoon by a large score,
adopted the Bertlllon system for new- The grade boys played the Milton
i born babies in order to avoid lltlgatlou grades Tuesday night on the local
; concerning me laenury or me cuiia in floor.
later years. Babies must be measured.
weighed, their finger prints taken, and Girl's Basketball
any mrtn marw noteu, on an oinciai nfiW basUetball suit8 for the
form, for which the doctor and nurse , , h ived Bnd they were
are responsible, ns well as for the le worn for practice i Tuesday night.
gui regiairuiiuu vi (lie uuuics. r ur-
tber, the' parents of the child must
sign the document, so as to avoid any
The girls will play Helix this Friday
on the local floor.
"Pike" Miller refereed the boys
Rant StAtMTiftnt basketball eame at Milton, Saturday
I 1 a T.4-1 rknA anl f Via
Charter No. 4516 Reserve District No. 12 Tv, h
Report of Condition of the First National Bank of Athena in the State raS2Ks,!Lt Saturday
rfv . x At . . 1 1 Oi 10I( I ' ' . . '
oi vregon, at me ciose oi Dubiness un UTOnr , in Pendleton v sitine her cousin, Mrs,
RESOURCES ' - Hurbert Crespin
Loans and discounts ............ :.:..l....-$ 574,930.42 Miss Dorothy Brodie spent Satur
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Other bonds, stocks, and securities owned 24,743.35 companied by Miss Blanche Thorsen
tji,! snfloon irit,.ro H fivtnrpa. J338.00 '.. i 8.400.00 nd Wiss ueua, cryant.
8. Reserve with Federal Reserve Bank - -
9. Cash anil due from banks . .
11. Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S.
Treasurer . . . .
to iliosewlio explain the
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And as if that weren't
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the use of a clutch or shift of a gearl
: A genuinely new scientific principle
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Total .:...... ........ .....:.. . :....,.......l $ 824,384.28
15. Capital stock paid in .. ............!
16. Surplus ,. .....:.. ... .........
17. Undivided profits net ..... . .
20. Circulating notes outstanding . ...
21. Due to banks, including certified and cashiers' checks out
standing ... .....I... '. ......
22. Demand deposits L................,:..... .....
23. Time deposits ..................
26. Bills payable and rediscounts
Miss Helen Hansell returned to
Pullman, Washington, Sunday where
she will continue her studies at
Washimrton State College.
Ralph and Edwin McEwen have
returned to Whitman College from
Portland where they spent the vaca
tion with their parents, Mr. and Mrs,
R. B. McEwen and grandparents, Mr.
0J (JOB 01 I itiJ"rcn ft
and Mrs. Gene Goff,
1,620.02 Tt-e Athena hieh school basketball
299,457.92 team journeyed to Milton last Fri-
344J850.61 day and were defeated by tne wac-
33.067.50 Hi team by a score of Zl-33.
The boys showed some mighty good
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$ 824 384 28 basketball tnraugnout me iui
' Mac-Hi was too much for them. Ath
ena made the first score but Mac-Hl
a- m j-i . . M T I'M-
ijtaie oi uregon, vounty oi umauiia, so. - ."a'a v,.0if irr)ed the
I, F. S. LeGrow. Chier, of the above-named bank dolemnly gj-J eJot Z
swear that tne above statement is true to ine oest or my nowieuico uu
MM ' 1 : F. S. LeGROW, Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 7th day of January, 1930. Correct--Attest: ,
E. C. PRESTBYE, Notary Public. V'M. L. WjVTTS
Commission expires July 1, 1932. M. W. HAFtabLL,
- - HENRY DELti '
The players for Athena were: Huff
man. center: Myrick and Moore, for,
wrd: Crowley and Rogers, guards,
The substitutions were: Lowell
Jenkins for Rogers, and Hansell for
Directors 1 Ktfare. '
DR. BLAT CHFORD
" M Dentist "
Post Building, Athena, Phone. 582
WATT8 A PRESTBYB
Mam 8treet. Athena, Oregon
State and Federal Court Prartine
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Attorneys at Law
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