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'THE PRESS, ITHENA,' OREGON,: SEPTEMBER 5, 1930
Esther Berlin spent last week-end
in Lewiston, Idaho, visiting friends.
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Mr. ana Mrs. a. xs. lucnurus nave
installed a new electric range in their
home. . ' ff's .';,; jj 'v
" Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wilson and fam
ily of Pendleton spent Sunday at the
Lee Wilson home.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watts and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Clason ' Adams spent
Sunday in Walla Walla.
" Shirley Blalock of Pendleton spent
Friday evening with her aunt Mrs. L.
R, Pinkerton and family.
;'' Fred Beckner of Washtucna, Wash.,
visited over Sunday with Chas. Wil
liams and Ruth Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kirk left Wed
nesday for Portland where they will
visit relatives for a week.
Tom Campbell of Pendleton spent
Thursday and Friday nights in Athe
na, a guest of Oral Miehener.
Mrs. Lela Hildabrandt left for her
home in Walla Walla after several
months here at the Frank DeFreece
- Mr. and Mrs. James Cresswcll left
Sunday for Portland and valley
points where they will spend a fort
night, during Mr. Cresswell's vacation.
Mr.' and Mrs. W. C. Garfield and
daughter were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Keafer in Walla
Miss Beatrice Hiteman came up
from her new home at Cloverdale
and spent the week-end with friends
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Templeton of
Seattfe spent Monday with Mrs.
Templeton's rother, W. C. Garfield
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jenkins and
family were guests at the Wm, Camp
bell cottage at Bingham Springs over
Mr. and Mrs. John Tompkins and
daughter Mary, Betty Eager and Mrs.
W. J. Crabill spent Sunday at Emi
grant Springs. , "
Miss Lois' Johnson and her guest,
Miss Dorothy Bell of Salem, were
guests of Norman Mclntyre in Wal
la Walla Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Spencer of
Palouse, Wash., were Round-Up
guests of Mrs. Spencer's parents Mr.
and Mrs. E. 0. Lee.
Mr. and Mrs. Clare Gurney of La
Grande spent last week-end at the W.
P. Littlejohn home, attending the
Round-Up Saturday. -
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Betts and son
Reeve, Henry Geissel and Jack Gild
ersleeve of New York, nephews of
Mrs. Betts, were dinner guests at the
B. B. Richards home Monday evening.
Malen Burnett School
Edna Hanna, Director, Athena Branch ,
Fall Term Begins' Wednesday September dOth
; ' Thorough Training Artistic Results
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SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
Salmon, Pink, Blue & White, Is
V 2 for 29c
P. & G. Naptha Soap
7 for 25c
Pancake Flour, Sperry's, large
: . ";. : 24c
White Satin Flour, 49 lbs.
...... $1.64 ,:
Mrs. H. A. Barrett is hostess to
the bridge club today. A
Mariorie Wilson and . Edna De
Freece spent Friday in Walla Walla.
Glen Shanklin of Portland was a
visitor at the Lee Wilson home, Mon
day. ' ; ;
A. A. Fnss of Freewater was a
business visitor in Athena, Wednes
day. i . ;:. -,'
S. A. Barnes, Weston wheat buy
er, transacted business in Athena,
Friends of Roy Cannon will be glad
to hear he is some improved in health
at this date. -
Mrs. Earl Martin and Mrs. O. E.
Venable were visitors in Walla Wal
Mrs. L. A. Cornell this week visit
ed at the home of her son, A. H. Cor
nell, in Walla Walla.
Miss Ellen Henry left yesterday
for Estacada, where she will teach
school this coming fall.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Bennett came
over from Milton Wednesday and
spent the day in Athena.
C. S. Marcy who lives on the Bar
rett Pine Creek ranch, north of Ath
ena, was in town, Tuesday.
For Sale Household furniture. Laii
at the Bantist carsonaee, corner
Third and Jefferson streets. .
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Remillard have
returned from a week's visit with
relatives and friends in Portland.
' Wm. Hendrickson, painter, has
been repapering and repainting the
E. C. Rogers home on Jefferson street.
Poison from 'weed dust, which
causes a serious skin' affection, has
made its appearance among several
Miss Edna Miller of Colfax, sister
of M. I. Miller, and Wayne Shields
of Spokane were Sunday visitors at
the Miller home. . '
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Martin and
daughters are leaving Sunday for a
two weeks trip to Portland, Seattle
and coast points.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy RusBell left to
day for Rosebud, Alberta, where they
will visit at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Edgar Schultz. '-' ;
Mrs. Gleason and Mrs. Laurence
Kreager of Nyssa, Oregon, visited
last week at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Sims Dickenson.
W. J. Kirk is the new owner of a
Buick eight, purchased Tuesday frond
Foster & Richie, Buick and Stude
baker dealers in Pendleton.,
Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Miller and two
sons will spend the present week-end
with relatives and friends at Spokane
and Endicott, Washington.
The meeting of the Athena Study
club has been postponed from today
to next Friday, September 12, at the
home of Mrs. E. C. Rogers.
Mr. Booth, wife and daughter of
Portland . were Round-Up visitors
with Mr. Booth's father, Chas. Booth
and sister Miss Mira Booth.
The Women of Woodcraft met Tues
day evening. After business all re
paired to Kilgore's Cafe, where re
freshments were partaken of.
Harold Kirk and Isaac Trapp re
turned home Monday evening after a
week spent in Portland and Oregon
City with relatives and friends.
Mr., and Mrs. E. C. Prestbye and
Dr. and Mrs. Rice of Pendleton,
motored to Spokane and Lewiston,
Saturday, returning bunday evening.
Mrs. Louis Stewart had as her
guests over the week-end, her broth
er Francis Herr and wife of Baker,
and nephew, Allen Herr of Portland.
White Diamond Flour, 49 lbs.
made a trip over the "skyline" road
to Bone Springs, Sunday by automo
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Miss Mildred Stanton i3 in Pendle
ton, where she is nursing a, patient.
Miaa Arloon MvrirV is snendinp
the week with her aunt, Mrs. Thomas
Mosgrove at Milton. . l , i '
The Christian Missionary society
will meet at the home of Mrs; F. B.
Boyd next Wednesday.
Mrs. Charles' Mef arland was in
Pendleton Tuesday. - visitine . . her
daughter, Mrs. Armintrout. v
'Mrs. Alonzo. Liles and infant son
have arrived at their home in Athena
from College Place sanitarium.
After a pleasant visit in Portland
and Seaside, Mr. and Mrs. Sterling
Parris and children returned home
Sunday. , , . . .
Art Doutrlas and Barney Foster re
turned Tuesday from a trip to Al
berta, where Mr. Douglas has farm
ing interests. .
Piano Snap, piano partly paid for.
Will sell for balance if taken at once.
Easy payments if you wish. Pendle
ton Music House. ' -1 S26
Mrs. Raymond Banister and in
fant son have returned from the Wal
la Walla General hospital, to the
Banister home near Weston. ) :
Edward Benn. a former employe in
the Moserove Mercantile company
store in Athena, was in the city Sat
urday from Seattle, calling on Atne
Walter Huffman has returned to
his home in Athena for the school
year, after the summer months
spent with his brother at Lowden,
The annual barbecue at the Gerkintr
home, for the members and friends of
the Christian church and Bible
school will be held on Tuesday eve
ning, September 9th.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralnh McEwen are
moving to Walla Walla where they
will reside during the school year.
Their sons, Edwin and Ralph, Jr., will
attend Whitman college.
Roy DeFreece of Freewater spent
Tuesday evening with his father F. D.
DeFreece. en route to Portland
where he will spend his vacation al
so consult an eye specialist.
The August meeting of the W. C.
T. U. was held on Tuesday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. C. A. Sias, Mrs.
Chester McCullough and Miss Glea
Sin were cuests for the afternoon.
Miss Glea Sias, who visited here at
the home of her parents, Mr. ana
Mrs. C. A. Sias, left Saturday for
TTormiston. where she will teach in
the Columbia school near that city.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. uan
Johnson, near Weston, was destroyed
by fire Sunday about noon. Only a
few articles of 'clothing and a sew-
imr mnrVnnA were saved from the
Mrs. Lowell Harder and daughter,
Mary Jane left Sunday after a short
stay with Mrs. Harder's father Frank
rpFrpc for Seattle, where Mary
Jane will stay with-her grandmother
in that city and enter school.
Harold Jackson has leased the
hnma nlnre west of Athena from his
father. Frank Jackson. Mr. and
Mrs. Rnv Mav who have been on the
Jackson ranch for the past two years
have moved to Weston to reside.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Knight leit
Athpna hv motor Friday on their re
turn trip to Colorado, where they
will reside on a ranch near Elba.
Henry was employed at the Farmers
F.iovntnr durinG- the harvest season.
Mrs. D. A. .Pinkerton had a pleas
ant surprise Saturday when a school
girl friend, Mrs. Coloma Fisher of
SDokano visited heF. The ladies had
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Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McEwen, Ralph not , met .for toW W
McEwen, Jr., and H. A. Barrett, -v" . . rontpm.
Misa Frederica Kershaw ' contem
nlntea leavinflr next Tuesday for Rose'
burg, where she will be supervisor of
Mrs. Lola Turner and Mrs. Lottie -sic n the ols that cHy for
IHU VWllHHg w. - -
Red & White Coffee Week
Saturday to Saturday inclusive, per lb.'
Mazola Salad Oil, quart
Red & White Sandwich Spread, pts.
:. . , 39c ; ; ;
Soup, Red & White (all varieties except Chicken)
10c , M
Matches, Blue & White .
? 2 for 35c - !
Baby Beets, 2s
- . 2 for 39c
,t Lime Rickey, large
J 3 for 69c ' :
Black Walnut Cake ;
- 49c . ;. . -:. .
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of Mrs. Turner's brother, A. W,
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Pinkerton and
daughter are occupying the Vic
Harris house in the south part 01
town formerly occupied by Lee Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Richards and
son Roland and Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Kirk were dinner guests of Mrs. 0. 0.
Stephens and Mrs. Kimball in Pendle
ton last Friday.
Earl Smith returned home from
Salt Luke City Monday evening where
he has been acting in the capacity of
miller for the Preston Shaffer Milling
company in that city.
Rev. Gowan. who preached the
morning sermon Sunday in the Ath
PTiii Rantist church, returned to his
home at Nampa, Idaho, accompanied
by his son and family.
J. C. Henley, employed at the nres-ton-Shaffer
mill, a newcomer to Ath
ena, is a new subscriber to The
Press. Mr. and Mrs. Henley reside m
the Methodist church parsonage.
Mrs. Lilian Fredericks of Weston
announces the opening date for in
structing her piano class in Athena,
for Saturday. September 13. The
class room will be at the Athena Ho
tel, as usual.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jones and Ray
Jones motored to Enterprise and
Wallowa Lake, Saturday. Mr. Jones
interested three rural mail carriers in
joining the Mail Carriers association,
while on his trip.
Mrs. Roy DeVoigno and father, Mr.
Baker of Adaras, Dr. Baker of Port
land an.l Mr', and' 'Mrs. Farley of
California spent Sunday in Athena aN
tending morning churcn services n
the Christian church.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rothrock of
Athena, and Mr. and Mrs. Emery
Staggs of Weston, enjoyed success
ful flshini? triti on - the Clearwater
river in Idaho, the latter part of last
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weoK. as ft result, uie rress lamuy
had Clearwater trout for breakfast,
Monday mtorain;. . ,
Tho condition of Mrs. Sarah Harden
in ronnrtod to be erowine trradually
worse. It will be one year Sunday,
since Mrs. Harden suffered a para-
lvtic stroke. Until recently the
patient had shown no marked symp
tnmn nf a rPlaflKA.
Miss Vera Grant, former lacuity
memher in Athena high school, is
Qrnin instructor in mathematics at
MT.mnrhhn hltrh school in Milton
Freewater. Eddie Buck, well known
in Athena as a basketball referee, is
athletic coach this year at Mac-Hi.
The home of Joe Cannon, north oi
Athpnn. was the seen of a joyful
gathering Sunday, when the family
entertained Mr. and Mrs. iom uooner
of La Grande; Mr. John Kuns oi L,os
Amraios? Mr, and Mrs. lienrv Booner
and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Smith and
others at dinner.
A Walla Wa11 nlane will be in
Athena Sunday at the Kirk field, for
public services. A fee or fB.ou per
passenger will be charged those de
siring to make flights over the city
and vicinitv. The dana is a good,
safe one and an experienced pilot win
Th Loval Rereans class of the
Christian Sunday school was enter
tained Wednesday evening in the
church basement by the remaining
classes of the school, with ft dinner
anri a short nrocrram. as follows
short talk by Rev. Sias, teacher of the
honored class; piano solo, Esther Ber
lin; vocal solo, C. M. Eager; reading,
Mrs. C. M. Eager; vocal solo, Mrs.
Floyd Pinkerton, followed by games
nlannod hv Mrs. Eaeer. Later ice
cream and cake was served the
whole school. The occasion also cele
brated the birthday of Mr. Sias. ;
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
At the eleven o'clock hour Mr.
Sias will open a series of three Sun
day morning sermons on the Demon
stration of God's Love, based on
John 3:16. The evening theme will be
The fcioMoUs GespeL . ,
PRICES for SATURDAY and MONDAY
Milk, All Brands ,
Large 3 for..25c Small 6 f or....25c
No. l's Tall, per Can........:.. 14c
Standard Brand, per Can..............l3c I Plain or Iodized, 2 toT...-.:....l:.....:Me
12-oz, Bottle, each 9c
Large Bottle, each ..J. . .....:.17c
32-oz. Can, each..........A..L..........19c
Two Packages for.......... .... 1..15c
Athena Department Store
Mrs. F. B. Bovd and Mrs. Minnie
DePeatt went, to Bineham SorinKS.
where they will remain for several
days as guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tubbs have
returned from a short vacation trip to
Seaside. Miss Betty Tubbs will be
a pupil at St. Helen's Hall, Portland,
again this year.
Several members of the local Chris
tian church attended church in Mil
ton Sunday evening where Dr. Mc-
Quarry delivered his farewell ser
mon, departing soon for Centralia
where he will be pastor, ,
The Etude club met at the home of
Mm. W. C. Garfield President) Tues
day afternoon, where plans for the
coming year were discussed and a
reception will be sponsored by the
club m honor of the teachers or tne
local school, Friday evening, Septem
ber 19th at the high school building.
The Press family were regaled
with some verv fine tomatoes from
the Hansell garden in the south part
of town. Billy Hansell was tne
generous doner and the Press man
cherishes a Dressing ' invitation to
come down and join his little pal in
a watermelon feast. :
Mrs. F. N. Johns entertained five
little girls last Saturday afternoon at
her country home in honor of her
daughter Helen's 6th birthday. Out
door games was enjoyed and dainty
refreshments were served by Mrs.
Johns. Guests were June Garfield,
Belva Mclntyre, Kathleen Walter,
Altha and Helen Johns;
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pinkerton left
Athena Monday by motor for Nampa,
Idaho and Nvssa. Oreeon.'At the lat
ter place they visit Nate Pinkerton
and family, and at Nampa they will
stop at the home of a cousin oi Mr.
Pinkerton. They expect to be gone
for a week. In their absence Carl
Calvert is tending the Pinkerton
lawn and flower garden.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hill of fort
land were recent guests at the homes
of Mrs. Theresa Berlin and Mrs.
Zeltha. Mdntvre. Mr. Hill is presi
dent of Hill's Military academy at
Portland, and Louis Berlin and Neil
Mclntyre were once students there.
Mrs. Hill is none other than the
author of the Mariam Miller column
in the Morning Oregonian.
School Supplies for the New Term
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Fountain Pens :.; Eversharp Pencils
PENCIL TABLETS WITH SMOOTHE PAPER
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our every day prices
50-lb. Size Stock or half Ground Salt...- -62c
Cream Wheat , 29c
Sperry's Pancake Flour, package..:.....:.............:7c
Our Mothers Cocoa, 2-lb., package........... 31c
Burbank Hominy 2y2s 2 for 25c
Snow Drift, 3-lb. size 79c
P. S. Red Sockeye Salmon, No. 2s, 3 for $1.00
California Sardines, 2 large cansjt......::...........5c
5-lb. K. C. Baking Powder ...,..:...;.M.:....,....-.-79c
2i2 lb. Calumet Baking Powder. -72c
Frank Little, Prop.
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