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THE PRESS, ATHENA, OREGON, OCTOBER 10. 1930
Gloria Garfield was ill the last of
the week. .,
Mrs. B. B. Richards spent Satur
day in Pendleton.
Mrs. Clason Adams was a Walla
Walla visitor Tuesday.
C. D. Morey, Pine Creek rancher
was an Athena visitor Friday.
Mrs. M. L. Watts who suffered a
severe sick spell Friday is better.
H. A. Barrett transacted business in
Cyril McAtee and Joe Roden of
renaieton, ana Kalph Kothrock of
Adams, were Athena visitors Thurs-
Mr. and Mrs. Georee Sealev of Se
attle are visitin? Mr. and Mrs. V.. A.
Dudley at Bingham Springs, having
A foursome which en loved nn eve
ning or contract at the home of Mrs
W. S. Ferguson Thursday included
Mrs. Henry Dell. Mrs. C. M. Eazer
ana Mrs. Kaipn McEwen.
Free Beauty Offering
A 35c Bottle of McKesson's
Milk of Almond Cream
with $1.00 box of LUCRETIA VANDERBILT
; Also.,. f , J . '
50c Dr. West Tooth Brush 39c J
Offer Expires October ilth
FREE New Style Gillette Razor and
one Blade with purchase of one tube
of Palmolive Shaving Cream All for
We are trying to give Athena a bigger and bet
ter Drug Store. You can help by buying at home
W ATKINS9 PHARMACY
Main Street Phone 332 Athena
A MAN IS KNOWN BY THE COMPANY HE
KEEPS. A COMPANY IS KNOWN BY
THE MAN IT KEEPS.
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
Red and White Coffee, 1 lb.
2 for 69c
B. & W. Broken Sliced Pineapple, 2V2s
. 3 for 69c
Sugar, 12 lbs.
Green & White Cut Beans, 2s
5 for 69c
Green & White Golden Corn, 2s
5 for 69c
Sego Milk, tails
8 for 69c
Crisco, 3 lbs,
Blue and White Toilet Paper
9 for 69c
, Mrs. Fred Pittman visited ti
ter in Weston this week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Tvln; t
dleton, were in the city Wednesday.
' Gearld Kileore has a niftv lour .lira
in front of his cafe on Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. James Cresswell have
been ill at their home on Fifth street.
Archie Mclntvre and
Wilma are confined to their home by
Mrs. Glenn Dudelv
guest at the Pendleton Country club
Mr. and Mrs." A. A. Mclntvre. en-
tertained Mr. and Mrs. Lovic Shangle
oi roruana, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gordon nrara
among Athena people who spent Wed
nesday in Walla Walla.
Bert Ramsey is a great lover of
flowers and this season has crown
cnoice variety of dahlias.
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. McClure were
in Athena Tuesdav from Pendleton.
vislting relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. JS. E. Golf, of New
berg are visitinsr at the home of their
daughter, Mrs. Ralph McEwen.
Mrs. M. M. Johns has returned to
her home in Athena after a nrolonced
visit at Vancouver, Washington.
Armand UeMerritt was a patient in
a Walla Walla hosDital this week
where he had his tonsils removed.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Done-la and
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Douglas of Her
miston, were in Portland this week.
Captain and Mrs. Eacle were At. the
J. P. Kershaw home Tuesday night
en route to untario from Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Dudley, filenn
Dudley, Jr., and Rev. and Mrs. Sias
motored to Walla Walla Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Shaw of Grange
ville. Idaho, visited at the home nf
their nephew, Flint Johns, last week.
lhe Uhayata group of the Camp
Fire Girls Will hold a fond Rale at the
Red & White store tomorrow afternoon.
Mrs. D. H. Mansfield came ud from
Pendleton and srent the week-end at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Bert
Gloria Garfield who has heen ill is
improving. She has returned from
Walla Walla where she was under
observation for several days.
Mrs. Earold Kenworthy and two
small sons have returned to their
home in Spokane after an extended
visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G.
Hardin Atteberv. brother of Mrs.
Georee Mvrick. and Lester Stamner.
nephew, visited at the Myrick home
en route from Weiser, Idaho, to
Mrs. S. A. Brvson and Mrs. M. R.
Graves of Pendleton, were visitinir at
the Bruno Weber home, Wednesday.
Mrs. Brvson is the mother of Mrs.
Webpr and Mrs. Graves a sister.
. Mrs. Gordon Wat kins and infant
son Graham, will leave the hosnital
in Spokane next Sunday. They will
spend some time at the home of Mrs.
Watkins' parents and will return
here later. ,
F. B. Radtke and Bert Lopsdnn
have returned from their trip to the
headwatera nf the Minam in Wnllowa
county. They bagged no deer, but
round a nsnermans paradise at
Mrs. Charles Kino ramn dnwn frnm
Creston, B. C, Sunday, en route for
Brownsville, where her mother is
critically ill. She was accompanied
by her little grandson, Billy Kirk.
Mr. Kirk and Tom have been work
ing through harvest and are now disc
The "Bnvs nf Honor." Snndav
school class under the supervision of
Laurence Pinkerton, will entertain
the "Loyal Girls" at the Christian
church toniirht. Walter Sincer will
have charsre of the entertainment, and
Aaron Douglas is planning the re
Mrs. Charles Betts. Mrs. Clarence
Zerba, Mrs. D. A. Pinkerton, Mrs.
bteua Keen, Mrs. a. k. uoppocK, Mrs.
Zeltha Mclntvre and Mrs. Ij. M. Keen.
local members, attended the Umatilla
county convention of the W. C. T. U.
at Pendleton, Friday. Athena was
named as the place for holding the
next county convention,
M. Ben Bateman
Expert in Body Correction
Trv him once and be convinced. Of
fice in Foss property in North Athe
na. Office hours from 9 a. m. to
1 r. m.. and from 2 n. ni. to 6 n. m
and 7 p. m. to 9 p. m. Lady attendant
Red & White Grape Fruit, 2s
3 for 69c
10 for 69c
Red & White Peas Sifted, 2s
3 for 69c
Mrs. LA. Cornell's Residence
Athena, Phone 813
Class enrollment is now offered
in China Painting Jesso Art
Lamp Shade Decorating, Etc.
Red & White Chocolate Cake
-v..:.- 49c ::
W. MONTAGUE a CORNELL
Mrs.X. M. Eager and daughters
BettV Jane and Vii-ivinio - r
ji i . 7. , were I eil-
uieum visitors Thursday,
Dan Tilley accompanied by his
...wwier motored to Lewiston and
iuuocow, iaano, last week-end.
Mrs. Kittv Raw nf PnvfU.j - i
m of M. I and H. I. Watts is a
suesi at tneir homes this week.
Mrs. Barbara Willaby who has
been seriously ill in Ontario t. Mi.
. " Jill
improved and is able to sit up a part
Mrs, George Winn nrli
north of Weston has removed to Pen-
uie wnere she will continue her
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Watkins are
receiving congratulations upon the
"7 U1 on, uranam Marshall, born
October 2 in Spokane.
Friends of Mrs. H. H. Hill are
pieaaea to near of her improved con
dition. A number hnva raUaA it..
l . . ' " mnivu k bllC
nospitai where she is convalescing.
A foursome playing bridge as the
guests of . Mrs. C. M. Eager at her
uie inursaay included, Mrs. Marion
Hansell, Mrs. H. I. Watts and Mrs.
rvm r erguson.
A good 'sized audienra
at the high school auditorium Tues
day evening1 when Miss Dessie Tighe,
violinist of the McDonald school of
music appeared in concert The pro
gram was well chosen and showed to
aavantage the talents of the young
musician ' 1 '
The Jolly Twentw .lnh ,
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tamed at the, home of Mrs. C. E. Fisk,
near Weston, Friday afternoon. Club
visitors were Mrs. Carl McConnel and
irs. itaipn uannon of Walla Walla.
Mrs. Cannon will entertain the club
October 17th at her home. 111
vue street, Walla Walla. AH club
memDers are requested to be present
iuenwers oi tne Adams Ladies Com
munity club spent a pleasant after
noon at the club nnm nnniiKr
ternoon. New officers for the year
were elected. Mrs. L. L. Lieuallen
was reelected president, Mrs. Lula
roner, vice president; Mrs. Faye
Mann, secretarv: Mrs. VMh ir.vt..
treasurer,' Mrs. T. A. Lieuallen, Mis-
' The B. B. Sllnnpr olnK ti..J
Wednesday evening at the home of
ir. ana Mrs. Archie Mclntyre. The
evening was snent at hriAm, m t
Miller and Mrs. C. M. Eager holding
iiiku score and Mrs. Laurence Pink
erton tne -consolation. Fall flowers
were used at decorat ion.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Heinick of
UKonagon, Washington, wem wooir.
lend guests at the home of their
daughter, .Mrs. R. D. Blatchford.
iney were en route home from a
month's motor trip through Yellow
stone and Colorado. They were ac
companied by Mr. and MW .T M
joos oi jjremerton, Washington.
Rally Dav wan fittiniriv nV.oD1.
at the Christian church Sunday, a
xeuuure oi wnicn was a most interest
ing and attractive program presented
by all departments of the Bible school
ana cnurcn. A profusion of autumn
foliage and flowers were uspH
oration. Following the morning ser
vice a delicious "pot luck" dinner
Ladies' teams from tna Will. wii
Country club and the La Grande
country ciuh met at the latter's
course in a tournament of matched
play , Thursday. The visiting team
won the honors. Mrs. Glenn Dudley
ui Ainena maae tne low score of
the event. Fifteen ladies from Walla
Walla made the trip, leaving Wed
nesday morning, returning Thursday
Fall flowers with shades of yellow
predominating were used effectively
uuvui. me rooms at tne home of Mrs.
C. M. Eagei1 on Jefferson street Fri-
uay anernoon when she- entertained
the Bridge club. Score parria in tha
same coloring marked th nlaroa V.
the three tables which were in play.
mrs. Marion Hansen won club honors
and Mrs. Armand DeMerritt
awarded the guest prize and Mrs. W.
r. wtuejonn received the consolation.
Honoring her daughter Wilma's
10th birthday anniversary. Mrs A &
Mclntyre entertained fourteen little
girls at her home on Third Btreet
Saturday afternoon. Those nrespnt
were June and liloria Garfield, Mar
jorie Martin, Melba Montague, Joyce
Pinkerton. Bonny Johnson. Helen
Rogers, Emmajane Kilgore, Frances
AiKire, Beverley Barrett Mary Lou
Hansell. Donnaiean LoB-sdnn. Relva
and Wilma J-Mclnty re.
In honor of the birthday of Will
ivirK and Llovd Michener and the
twentieth weddinsr anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. Michener, Mrs. Kirk enter
tained at dinner Sunday. Gold color
ed dahlias were used about the liv.
ing room and table was centered with
marigolds. A feature of the dinner was
the beautiful cake decked with vel.
low candles. The nartv later motnr.
ed to Walla Walla where they enjoy
ed an evening at the "talkies." Those
present were the honorees. Mr. and
Mrs. Laurence Pinkerton, Oral Mich
ener, Harold Kirk and the hostess.
PRICES for SATURDAY and MONDAY
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...17c I 2 Cans . . . . ..... .35c
RIPE OLIVES OYSTERS
2 5-oz. Cans ...................25c Dunbar Brand, 2 for ...........;.....;..37c
SWEET PICKLES COMB HONEY
Pint Jar .......v........' ...,.27c Per Cake, 2 for...l 35c
APRICOTS I BLUING
Fancy, No. 1 Cans, 2 for .....35c I Mother Stewarts, 3 Bottles l.'..!25c
M h e n a De pa rtm e h t Store
High School Notes
We see that a new aneed hill has
been drafted by Secretary of State
Hess for consideration: Thia hill re.
moves the 35-mile speed limit for
Oregon motorists and bases punish
ments for fast driving on reckless
ness rather than speed. ,
1 believe a bill such as this mivht
be a good thing for" most schools. The
pupils seem to think there is a law
against studying your lesson any
faster than 25 words a half hour and
some are quite careless at even that
siow pace. ,
Instead of havincr a hill nARsed in
school that they may study at any
pare they want and still he cureless
the bill should speed up studying and
count up tne marks against, the care
Beware! For it would be "wne iintn
us," if they should cause such a bill
to be drafted.
Coach "Pike" Millei tooV his fnnt
ball squad to Milton Wednesday af
ternoon for a scrimmaee nractice
witn Jdie Buck's eleven. The Athe
na boys held Mac Hi better than thev
did on their home grounds two weeks
ago. mis shows a wonderful im
provement in the Athena team, since
the last game, with Milton.
Athena plays Waitsbursr at Waits.
burg today. '.
Gloria Garfield was absent frnm the
third and fourth Grade rnnm lest
Monday on account of illness.
Those in the eighth grade to receive
one hundred in aDeHine- for the firof
month were Barbara Lee. Arleen Poo.
ter and Mildred Alkire. -
David Lowe entered the fifth cmdo I
here October 6. He came fyom Pendie"
ton and makes a total of twenty-nine
students m the fifth and sixth grades.
The hye-iene class of the sixth erode
are making posters and projects to be
completed in the near future.
The trades received their
cards for the first time Mondav. Octn.
ber 6. A new style of grading is be
ing used, starting with a one which
represents the hiehest or from ninetv
four to one hundred it goes down
using two's, three's, four's and fives
with the five standing for failure.
The cards tell of the tiiimls hahits
around the school, his application and
posture of each student.
Phone 561 - !
White Satin Flour, Costs you $1.67 50-lb. sack
Why not Patronize your own mill in your home
' town, and save the difference-;
American Beauty Flour, 50 lb. sack ........:...$1.43
White Diamond Flour, 50 lb. sack.........;.:
Spends Pancake Flour, per 10 lb. bag ..
Yellow Corn Meal, per 10 lb. bag
Fancy Flake Rolled Oats, per 10 lb. bag
10 lb. can Honey ..... ................
5 lb. can Honey .......;........ .61
1 Full Gallon Tea Garden Syrup UO
y2 Gallon Liberty Bell Cane and Maple
Syrup .......................................................... .. .77
Frank Little, Prop.
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
There will be the reo-ular com.
munion Sunday morning, and the
message bv Mr. Sias: he will he at
Helix again in the evening hour. AU
wiu be glad to know that we topped
our e-oal in last Sunday's rail v. with
a few to spare, and the whole pro
gram was pronounced a success. Let
us all strive to be punctual at the
Bible school hour, which is 9:50. A
men's class was launched last week
with a good attendance. Instead of
the international lessons, thev are
taking up the study of the Bible as a
wnoie. ihere promises to be a fine
interest Questions of Bible atiidv.
and Christianity in general will be
discussed as thev arise. All men are
uvitea to join tw class.
. Student Bodv
The first assembly of the Athena
high school was held SeDtemher 2fl.
Songs were sung by the students from
the new books purchased hv , the
Mr. Tilley. of the faculty nlaved a
solo on the trombone which was fully
appreciated by the students.
Dean Jewell of the University of
uregon gave a very interesting ad
dress before the student body of the
high school last Wednesday. .
Mr. Jewell SDoke in favor nf vn.
cational education. His talk was very
interesting as it was based on an
actual experience of his own.
t News Staff Elected '
The junior Eiurlish class held
meeting on Monday, October 6 and
selected the news staff. The follow
ing officers were elected; editor.
Marjorie Doua-las: assistant editors
Mildred Hansell and Glen McCul
lough; sports, Jim Wilson and Ar
leen Myrick: music. Esther Rerlin:
society, Betty Eager; alumni, Goldie
Miner: personals. Raymond Freeze?
classes, Walter Edger; faculty, Ilene
Mcuride: student bodv. Leland Jen
kins: irrades. Lester Town and ftennre
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