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DAILY EAST CHIFGONUN, rFNT,mO' OKFC-ON. SATURDAY, MAY 11, 191,?.
" T'.vrT.vn j- l t I: ft. n bp mum i Mr. liee Sloorhouse him asked a few friends in to spend the afternoon next "J u end ay. ! Excellent, Indeed, wu the recital Urtven last evenlntr by the pupil of II tw Matoa Burnett before keenly In terested audience In the Library audi torium. Fourteen students presented a widely varied troirrani. Some had taken 11 weeks or lose, but their work showed a sood foundation. There were several ensemble 'numbers played entirely from memory which were quite remarkable for their inter pretation and fcrn sense of rythm. war time use are to be presented 'be fore the society. - Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gibson of Port land, formerly of this city, are here spending the week-end visiting; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. King and Mr. and Mrs. EXlgar Thompson. Miss 1-uclle Uantorth, former Ore gon state leader of the Girls' Nation al Honor Guard, will leave tomorrow for Ban Francisco, whence she will sail for Honolulu, where her marriage to Otto George Voss will be solemn ized on the 21st. Miss Danforth has dome of the nnmbers played by thei ,, ,, an.ntH colonel in the mailer pupils were quite difficult tiitrv a National Honor Guard, and aft auch young stuoents but In every in- h -. nn-ti to keen such young stuoents but In every stance they proved themselves mas ter of the situation, and the audience demonstrated Its warm appreciation of their ability and the credit due Miss Burnett, by generous applause. A meeting of the War Savings So ciety is to be held Monday evening at ( o'clock In the Ubrary club room, and talks are being arranged which Will form a part of the meritorious program outlined by the organisation. The subjects of "hoarding" and "the Use. of com flour are scheduled for Monday's meetlrg and an added fea ture will 1e rfe Marseillaise hymn, sung by Mrs. R H. Korshaw. Kectpes which the members recommend for er her marriage she expects to keep on with the work In the islands. Miss Liila nobell. of Corvallis, will curry on Miss Danforth's work at Oregon leader for the guard. Mr. Voss la the son of Ur. and Mrs George Voss of Astoria, and is a graduate of O. A. C. and of Pullman He is connected with the Hawaiian Tineapple company, of Honolulu, at which place the young couple will make their future home. Portland Telegram. The surgical dressings class- under the direction of Mrs. Norhorne Berk eley will meet on Monday afternoon. All members and volunteers are cor dially welcome... Wilh the . visitors attending ths Eastern Oregon track and field meet aa honor guests,- the high school stu dent body will this evening entertain with a reception and dance in Kagle Woodman hall. Many out of town students are In Pendleton today, and a feature of tonight's affair will b the presentation of madals won dur ing the events this afternoon. Eight well-loaded cars departed from the Presbyterian church last evening bound for the Feebler place on McKay creek. The party was com posed of the Junior Endeavor Society of. the church who enjoyed an outing between 6:30 and 10:30 o'clock Games and hill-top hikes proceeded a weiner roast and picnlo dinner and the affair concluded with songs and stories around a bonfire. Mr. and Mrs. Kaymond Hatch and Mr. and Mrs. George alackson were asked to accom pany the party. . . Msr. E. F. Dodd has returned from Portland, where she went on receipt of news of the death of her grand mother, who passed away last Sunday. Hermiston Herald. j---ny- Tint hK-K, Albert TTmmtti I'eyv 4 Dean fhull and Wesley Mullock una morning jur an ouuug on Deschutes river.. The party was well supplied with flKhlng tackle and will remain nwuy for two weeks. The picture houses under Guy Matlock's management., will be In charge of his brother-lnlaw, W. D. Burford, dur tng his, absence. , Miss Alice Jenkins will leave tonight for Portland to visit her sister, Mrs. IS. Worle. , . SGHOTIIE BREAKS HEfsRY WAITER'S LEG iBsth-T. May and Purdy Cornellson are wepJt end visitors from Walla Walla with their father Kev. J. M. Cor nel ison. AKE USE OF OUR SERVICE CAR - No matter when or where you happen to be when you have tire trouble THE NEAREST PHONE wiU bring an expert tire man to your aid. WE SPECIALIZE ON THIS NEW BRANCH OF OUR SERVICE. Tire Repairing in all its phases. No matter what it may be in this line, we are equipped to satisfy in every respect. ' , . . , WE ARE THE AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTORS FOR AND MAKE ALL ADJUSTMENTS FOR Eirestoiie iires' "We carry a line of Accessories, Oils and Lubricants. Gas and Oil at rear of building. Air and water at curb. . BRANCH HOUSES WHERE FIRE STONE TIRES CAN BE BOUGHT C. & F. Motor Co. . Pendleton Burke & Son Athena Weston Garage ...... 1 ... . Weston Gainer & Long ......... Freewater Echo Auto Co. Echo J. D. Royer Pilot Rock We adrertise and offer War Savings Stamps for sale with every purchase Simpson Tire Service Company L. A. MENTON, Mgr. x 223 E. Court St. , - 'NighlThone 26S-J - 'DayPhone:651 Mr. and Mrs. Bert A. McDonald are to give a recital on Friday evening', May 17, In the Presbyterian church. It will be anticipated among the in teresting musicals which are welcom ed by Pendelton music lovers. The business girls' surgical dress ings class will meet at 7 o'clock Mon day evening. Mrs. J. c: Woodworth, the supervisor, always makes volun teers welcome as well as members. H. F. Putnam left for Chicago, last night. . . . H. A. Williams of Milton, was in the city yesterday. Miss Ada Earl is home from Stan- field for the week-end. - Mr. and Mrs. W. E. . Schlmpf of Athena, are here. Albert' Anderson of Pilot Rock Is a Pendletoh'visitor tfcday. Mrs. It, A. Bottchor, of Duncan, spent the day here yesterday. - i H. R. White is contemplating a trip to Omaha In the near future. J. O. McCoy and wife are here from Echo, stopping at the ltotel St. George. Bert Whitman, buyer for the Pen dleton Meat Co., spent yesterday around Echo, Mrs. Paul Jones and Mrs. Harvey walpole, of Irrigon, are spending the day in Pendleton. -, James Kingel of Helix. Is . In the city today. He Is registered at Lfct Hotel Bowman. j Little Miss Betha Stack, of Walla Walla, came down last night to play In the Maten Burnett recital. - H. It. White, of tho U. 8. arm v. came fh Inst night for a short visit. He Is at the Hotel St. George. J. F. Corbett, superintendent ot this division of the O-W. R. A N. railway, was In Pendleton last nlghtj Mre.VW.-A.' Penny and daughter, Mrs. J. c. Ellison, of Hermiston, were shopping In Pendleton yesterday. Mrs.- F.' Johnson, .of , La Grande, spent yesterday afternoon in the city, on her way to Walla Walla for a visit. Ralph B. Stanfield. Echo banker, came up from his home last evening and rema'lned overnlgtit on business. Mrs. George Pierce, formerly M.ie Marple, left today for Bremerton. ' vvasn.. to visit her husband who is in the service there. , ' Workman for Paving Com- pany Had Serious In--, r jury Yesterday. Henry Walter Is at St. Anthony's hospital, suffering with a broken leg received yesterday afternoon, when one of the large kettles used In street pavlng.work, fell over onto, him. Mr. Walter was working at the Warren Constructon company's.plant on West Alta street, and was moving the ket tle vSth a team. He was standing on the wrong side, and as the team started to pull, the kettle caught him, breaking the 'left leg about four Inch es above the knee. The break was so complete that it will probably be three months before he is out and around again, one of the nurses said. Mr. Walter lives at 11) Turner street. this city. . . SHOE SALE AT THE Hi 1 HVX RISKS 1118 WFE S.4VI.VO FltEXOlMAS PARIS, May 11 A German pris oner named Frledrlch has been offi cially congratulated and cited by the military authorities for bravely res cuing a guard from drowning in. the Seine at the risk of his own life- . Here you will find exceptional bar gains in Ladies' and Men's Shoes, dress or work, oxfords or pumps. Ladies' Sample Oxfords on sale at $1.63" Men's Sample Oxfords on sale at. $2.G3 Men's Dress or Work Shoes on : . , sale at $2.95 Boys' School Shoes in button, on sale at $1.98 Ladies' Sample Shoes on sale at,. $2,50 , Ladies' Fancy Dress Shoes on. ' sale at . . . ................ . . . $4.95 The : Hub 32 Sample Stores. 745 Main St TUB "1. S.' f HONS t .- P The Distinguished Service Cross was reeaaUy- authorized by the president. It is for heroism under circumstances which do not Justify the Medal of Honor. ' II I M T rj . 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