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THE PRESS, ATHENA, OREGON, JUNE 19, 1931
H. M. Fox of Yakima was an Athe
na visitor Monday, ;
. George Gross attended the stock
show at Union last week.
Mitchell Tweedy was ' in Athena
Wednesday from Pine Creek. '
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thompson
were week-end visitors in Portland.
John Hodgen of Umapine was in
Athena Wednesday visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nelson of Milton
are visiting Athena relatives this
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Haworth of
Salem are spending a few weeks in
Claude Irons and Roy DeFreece of
Freewater were Sunday visitors in
Mr. and Mrs. McPherson motored
to Battle Mountain park, near Ukiah,
S. W. Barne3 of Phoenix, Arizona,
wag registered at the Athena Hotel,
Mrs. Lila Kirk and son John Kirk,
spent last week-end with relatives in
A. B. Amey, a salesman was a
business visitor in Athena Wednes
day. Mr. and Mrs. William Bush were
Tuesday visitors from Waterman sta
tion. Mrs. Henry Barrett is entertaining
the Athena Bridge club at luncheon
A. L. Swaggart is here from Port
land to spend a few days at his farm
north of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bishop and
son of Washougal, Wash., were Athe
na callers Monday.
Carolyn Kidder arrived in Athena
Friday from Montana, where she has
spent several months.
Mrs. Charlton is over from La
Grande, visiting at the home of her
son, S. C. Charlton, near Athena.
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Hirsch and chil
dren of Waitsburg were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Prest
bye. Mrs. Clara Hammer, Mrs. Tolt and
Mrs. Scott of Walla Walla were Sun
day visitors at the L. R. Pinkerton
Miss Mildred Watkins left Monday
for Seattle where she will attend the
University of Washington summer
JUNE TTODILET GCXDIDjr
75c REXALL THEATRICAL COLD CREAM .'. 59c
10c EGYPTIAN PALM SOAP, 6 for . 45c
50c KLENZO COCOANUT OIL SHAMPOO. 39c
COc JONTEEL COLD and VANISHING CREAMS 39C
S1.50SHARI COMPACT 1 98c
35c Lavender 25c Jonteel
Shaving Cream Soap
with purchase of Lavender with purchase of Jonteel
SHAVING LOTION FACE POWDER
CARA NOME 25c nt,emen' cum
with purchase of
VR,EMr l HARMONY
Regularly $1.00 each ttt
Three for BAY RUM
$2.00 74c Value 49c
25c SIZE REXALL MILK OF
MAGNESIA TOOTH PASTE FOR
WITH PURCHASE OF ANY ITEM ON THIS SALE
THESE ARE ONLY A FEW OF OUR SPECIAL PRICES, EF
FECTIVE THE REMAINDER OF JUNE
Main Street WATKINS' PHARMACY Phone 332
The RED WHITE Store
All Specials This Week
SPECIALS for SATURDAY and MONDAY
June 20th and 22nd
Red & White Tomato Soup
6 for 49c
Red & White Dills, 2y2s
2 for 49c
Blue & White Pink Salmon, Is
. 4 f or 49c
Crown Sardines, ys
4 for 49c
Red & White Mayonnaise, pints and Red & White
Red & White Orange Marmalade, 16 oz.
2 for 49c
Blue & White Toilet Paper
' 7 for 49c
Red & White Corn Flakes
C for 49c
Red & White Red Kidney Beans, 2s
3 for 49c
Blue & White Grape Friut, 2s
3 for 49c
1 Crystal White Granulated, large
1 Crystal White Granulated, 10c
3 Crvstal White Bar Soap
1 Palmolive Beads, 10c
Carnation Milk, 16 oz.
6 for 49c
0N7AGUE & CORNELL
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William Morrison of Pendleton was
in Athena on a business mission Wed
.Claude Harris, well known sheep
man of Milton was an Athena visitor
Fred Bruce was in Athena this
week coming here from his ranch on
the Umatilla River.
George Winship of the Standard
Oil force at Pendleton, spent the fore
part of the week in Athena.
Roland Richards and Jack Moore
were Pendleton visitors Wednesday
where they transacted business.
Ira Snook of Baker and Pendleton
was a dinner guest Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Richards
0. D. Eisminger of the Helix dis
trict was a business visitor here yes
terday. He was enroute to Walla Wal
The Methodist Ladies' society will
meet at the country home of Mrs,
John Tompkins next Wednesday af
Mr. and Mrs. Harve Roseberry left
Friday for Portland returning Sun
day evening. They attended the Rose
Mrs. R. H. Otterson of Seattle,
spent the week-end in Athena, at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs,
Mrs. Robert Cutler of Hermiston,
visited at the home of her sister, Mrs,
Leon Miller, and attended the picnic
Miss Agnes Little left Saturday
morning for Portland, where she will
attend Northwestern Business college
for the summer term.
Ray and Shirley Blalock of Pen
dleton are visitors this week with
their aunt Mrs. L. R. Pinkerton and
uncle, Lisle Gray.
Wayne Pittman left Friday morn
ing for Klamath Falls, where he has
employment. His family will remain
m Athena for a time.
J, E. Jones, rural mail carrier is
taking his annual vacation, and his
son Ray Jones is substituting during
his father's absence.
Kohler Betts who was a delegate
from Dolph Lodge, A. F. & A. M.,
to grand lodge sessions in Portland,
returned home Saturday.
Another heavy rain visited Athena
and vicinity yesterday, with the re
suit that the soil has just about all
the moisture it can absorb.
Mrs. Geo. Banister, Mrs. Helen
Haynie and daughter arrived in
Athena Sunday, after a few weeks
spent in Bend and Portland.
The local churches held their chu
dren's day program Sunday, the
Christian church at the Sunday school
hour and Baptist at the evening hour.
Mrs. Ethel Hawkins is here from
Tacoma, visiting at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pittman.
Mrs. Hawkins will return home to
Mrs. C. M. Eager spent Saturday
in Dayton. Virginia returned home
with her after a week spent with her
grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. E,
Miss Dena Laeuallen has graduated
from University of Oregon and re
turned this week to the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lieual
len, near Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kirk, Frank
DeFreece, Mrs. Lowell Harder, Edna
DeFreece and James Hodgen attend
ed the Starkey picnic at Emigrant
Students home from University of
Oregon for the summer vacation are
Miss Lois Johnson, Miss Kathleen
Radtke and Fred Radtke; from Whit
man, Eldon Myrick.
E. H. Smith, who has been machin
ist at the Galaher Garage, has leased
the building next door to Harden's
pool hall and will conduct a garage
and repair shop there
Mr. and Mrs. Clason Adams are
here from Palo Alto, California, and
for some time will be guests at the
home of Mrs. Adams' parents Mr.
and Mrs. M. L. Watts.
Marvin Crawford, who attended
Willamette University and Jaunita
Crawford, from Eastern Oregon Nor
mal, are home for the summer
months with their parents, near
Mrs. Lowell Harder of La Grande
spent the week-end in Athena with
relatives, leaving Monday for Seattle.
Mrs. W. J. Kirk accompanied her.
They will also visit in Portland en
L L. Lieuallen was reelected to
membership on the board of directors
of school district 85, Adams, and T.
A. Lieuallen was reelected clerk of
the district, at a meeting held Mon
Miss Dorothy Berlin left Sunday
for Seattle, where she will take the
summer course at university 01
Washington. Miss Berlin will teach
for the third year in the Roslyn,
Wash., high school.
Rev. Dryden who has supplied at
the Baptist church for several weeks,
preached his farewell sermon Sunday
morning to a large congregation. The
pulpit will be filled next Sunday by
Rev. C. II. Northup of Lewiston, Idaho.
Norvel Bradley, former Weston
resident now owner of a hotel at
Hillshoro. Wisconsin, writes his
friend, Chance Rogers, that his sec
tion of the country does not appear
to be hit so hard by the depression as
are the industrial centers of this state.
Non-el was here a couple of years
ago, renewing acquaintances at Wes
ton and Athena.
Mrs. Fletcher of Wallowa county, is
visiting at the home of her brother,
William McPherson, in Athena. Mrs.
Fletcher, in company with Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Miller of Enterprise and
Mrs. Stella Hook of Lostine are re
turning from a motortrip to Califor
nia, and the party were entertained at
tha McPherson home, Tuesday and
Marion Hansell was confined to his
home a couple of days this week with
a severe cold.
Peter Sorensen has given his bache
lor quarters a fresh coat of paint and
is about ready to "move in for the
Mrs. Ralph McEwen returned home
Tuesday from a week's visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Goff, at
Dolph Thompson, merchant post
master and erst while philospher was
in Athena yesterday from his home
John Bloom was in town Wednes
day from Reed and Hawley moun
tain. Mr. Bloom is engaged in haul
Ira Scott, prominent farmer of La
Crosse was an Athena visitor Wed
nesday. Mr. Scott also farms land in
the Helix district.
Mrs. William B. Young, wife of Rev.
Young, former pastor of the Metho
dist church in Walla Walla, died at
Boise, Idaho, Tuesday.
The Athena Etude club attended
the funeral of Mrs. Ernest Bell in
Pendleton, yesterday. Mrs. Bell was
a member of the club.
Billy Pinkerton, having won out
over a mustard patch at the ranch
west of town, is now all set to go fish
ing; weather permitting.
Clarence Ross, rider for the Weston
Cattle Association, was over from his
Umatilla range and spent Sunday
with Jim Chaffin at the Marion Han
sell farm, north of Athena.
Word from Stanley Bush at Port
Angeles, Washington, is not encour
aging for his early recovery from
severe burns suffered recently.
Walter Fuller who formerly made
his home with Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Baddeley in this vicinity is here visit
ing friends and relatives. His present
home is m Los Angeles.
A. L. Foss former resident of Athe
na, was in town Tuesday visiting old
friends. He accompanied ' his son
Austin Foss whose home is now in
the Walla Walla valley.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Bloom who
spent several weeks visiting in Spo
kane left by motor Tuesday for Ber
keley where they will attend the
summer sessions at the University of
Cherries slightly damaged by heavy
railfall, but suitable for canning pur
poses are being offered for sale to
Athena housewives by Milton-Free-water
fruit venders at greatly reduc
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. 0. Montague
spent Sunday in Walla Walla where
they were dinner guests of old friends.
There were twelve additional guests
all old friends and neighbors of the
J. J. Bennett, former Athena and
Weston boy, is visiting friends here
and his mother and brother who live
on Wild Horse Mountain. Mr. Ben
nett is accompanied by his wife. They
reside at Long Beach.
Dudley Rogers writes from Cres-j
ton, B. C, that wheat in that district
is just beginning to head, and that a
rain up there would do a lot of good.
Some fields are beginning to dry up
for want of moisture.
The rains have been a decided help
to Athena gardens, both flower plots
and vegetables. Some very fine veg
etable gardens are to be seen here
this year, and early potatoes, hereto
fore a mediocre crop, are said to be
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kershaw return- j
ed home Thursday of last week, af
ter several days visit in Vancouver
and Seaside. The were accompanied
home by their daughter Frederica,
who has completed her year's teach
ing m Roseburg.
With the arrival of favorable
Weather conditions a demonstration
will be made by the new "40" Inter
national Track Tractor on the Collins
& Bamfield ranch, southwest of Pen
dleton. Rogers & Goodman are local
agents, for the tractor.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Dufneld enter
tained in honor of the 19th birthday
anniversary of their son Curtis, Wed
nesday evening, with a dinner. Guests
were, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Miller,
Goldie and George Miller, Jerry Cut
ler and Miss Sadie Pambrun.
Teddy Miller, a real boy genius, has
come to the front by installing Athe
na's first minature golf course. Teddy
has added all kinds of "hazards" to
his links and his kid patrons have to
resort to scientific strategy in over
coming many of them and some are
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crane (Lenore
McNair) visited at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Lew McNair, Wednesday.
The visitors were en route from
Klamath Falls to Ellensburg, Wash
ington, where they will make their
home. Mr. Crane who is an em
ployee of the Standard Oil company
has recently been transferred to the
Ernest J. Sias, wife and daughter,
Mrs. Wendell Harding and husband
of Lincoln, Nebraska, where Monday
guests of Mr. Sias and family. Ernest
Sias is president of the Traction &
Flying School of Lincoln, Neb., and
with his family is making an extend
ed tour, visiting Yellowstone Nation
al park en route. Mr. Sias is a bro
ther of the Reverend Sias of this
F. B. Radtke, Fred Radtke, Herbert
Parker and John Rothrock are con
templating a fishing trip to the De
schutes river and lakes in the vicin
ity of Bend, intending to start Sun
day. Herb Parker, assisted by Lisle
Gray, invaded the secret sanctuary of
a colony of the biggest angle worms
ever which have been duly confined
in a container and will be presented
to Harry Keller, when the party ar
rives at Bend.
About 100 members and friends of
the Baptist church and Sunday school
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SPECIALS FOR NEXT WEEK
STARTING SATURDAY, JUNE 20th
Oysters Whipcord Pants
Fountain brand, 5 oz. eans....2 for 25c Men's all size..........'........................$1.69
Polar White .10 bars 25c 3 lb. Bolts...............! '.. each 69c
Amaiza Oil Overalls
For Salads and Cooking....qt. can 39c 220 Denim with bib.... ....per pair 98c
Best Foods,........................pint jar 33c Men's Squaw Gloves........per pair 98c
Another Shipment Ladies Pajamas and Voile Dresses
ATHENA DEPARTMENT STORE
held their annual picnic at Walla Wal
la Park Wednesday. The party left
Athena at ten o'clock in the morning
and at noon enjoyed a splendid lunch.
The afternoon was spent playing
baseball, tennis and other games and
visiting. At four o'clock ice cream
and cake were served. In spite of
damp weather in Athena the picnic
kers report a pleasant day in Walla
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Charles A. Sias, Minister
The Athena congregation is a unit
in itself, with no outside authority
or machinery. Congregational gov
ernment; special plea is for unity of
all Christian people, with the New
Testament alone as authority and
rule of faith and practice; large
liberty of opinion. Worship and ser
mon each Sunday morning and eve
ning. Bible school 10 a. m. Young
people meet at 6:30; mid-week de
votional and Bible study Wednesday
At the morning service Sunday. Mr
Sias will speak of a people of "The
Way;" many have shown an interest
in the great "War of Armageddon."
This topic will be covered in a dis
course in the evening hour, closing up
an interesting study of the book of
Now In effect
Yellowstone . . . the va
cation of a lifetime.
Happy, carefree, com
fortable way to go . . .
Van Camps, 14 oz. Rosedale
Catsup Sliced Dried Beef
- , 2Yi ounces .
Peets Granulated Roya, club
Large Package, 2 for No. 1 can
Carstens Lard Hot Sauce
8 pound size for oz. can
Carstens Lard Tea Garden Syrup
4 pound size full gallon, still
r. , . , T . a 1 Albers Flapjack Flour
Chloride Lime x Alberg Flakes
2 cans both for
Frank Little, Prop. Athena, Oregon. Phone 561
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