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center was ioml with ducki swim
mity? therein and rabbits looking on.
At one cud of the UbW stood the
glittering birthday cake, with it
twinkling candles truly templing
sight. The guest list included:
Elisabeth 1'hiuney, Martha Maynard,
Cohlio Miller. Audrey Jones, Lucilo
Staggs, Willie Ashworth, Neil Rosa,
Cordon Reynaud. Older guests were
)!n f'luvii rnlTiiiMii and Mrs. James
Mix ftrtrud Van Winkle. Wc- rM
ton student at Oregon Agricultural
Mr. and Mr. Ed Tucker cave a
family dinner party at the ranch
home pear Holdman Easter Sunday.
About thirty-five relatives assembled
to participaU in the festivities.
Amonir thoae who motored from
Wst.m for the event were: Ralph
Tucker and family, E. E. Tucker and College, ha paused the second sent
family, the Sidney Tucker and Mrv ester examination with excellent
and Mr. O. II. MiTherrin. grades. She ia taking stenography,
Mr. and Mm. Ray O'Harra had 'typing, recent U. S. history, ileign-
the misfortune Wednesday to lone intr and costuming, Eiiplish and fym
their first-born child, . a boy. who nasium work.
lived only a few hour after birth, i.uoert vi. r.iu. iroiusinom
Mr. Fanny McBride has been un- worthy agriculturist, came in from Jj
der the doctor's care the past week, the ranch the other day to see how JJj
uffering front pleurisy. former icilow townsmen are tar- ic
Mrs. Lilian Fredericks motored to
IVndleton Wednesday to attend a
luncheon given by Mrs. C. C. White
man and Mrs. Norbome Berkeley.
Mr. and Mrs. I .con Lundcll gave
group of friends a hospitable wel
come at their home on North Water
street, last Wednesday evening.
Cards, needlework and conversation
provided pleasant entertainment and
the serving of refreshments rounded
out an enjoyable social event. Those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. L. I.
O'Harra, Mr. and Mrs. Olin Mc
rherrin, Mr. and Mrs. Ray O'Harra,
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Staggs, Mr.
and Mrs. Leon Lundell; Misses Ruby
Price, Wavel O'Harra, Doris Barnes,
Ethel Isaacson. Lurline Brown, and
Mr. Lyle Webb.
Joe Key Is re-sccding portions of over
his wheat field east of town which week
ing. He has in view the immediate
planting of eight acres of Vpuds.
The grade survey for the new
county road ' up Weston mountain
has been completed by Engineer
Fhelps and nrty as far ns the Cap
linger saddle, ami it is reported that
an excellent route is available. It
has been decided by the county road
ma!tcr to continue the survey to the
Weston mountain church, a point
about two and one-half miles
beyond the saddle. This action, it
is said, will add much to the road's
advantages over the present route.
The new road will cover in all a dis
tance of six and one-halt or seven
Miss Estclle Jones, student at
Walla Walla business college, came
with Miss Yidu Greer for a
end visit. Miss Greer has fin-
Uy Lr J VJ
iiiiri t n i it
were badly washed by heavy winter shed her studies at tho college and
n;nSa will succeed Miss Ruby Price as
The graceful tree-swallows ar- bookkeeper for the Weston Mercan-
rived March 28 and are busy inves- tile Co., Miss Price having resigned
tigatinjr bird houses and openings in her position.
gables or eaves for attractive sum- Mr l, c. Stoddard, who has been in
ner homes. The birds left July 20
of last year being the firstj species to tun vea at the Oregon-Washington Dj
migrate from this locality. Stato Lino, has leased and is oneratimr Ft
Mrs. Winiam Driskell is ajuite ill ,j.a rjeU3ien shoo. His family is lo- FB
at the family home with a severe at- .,tcd ,t Waa w,a Wash ( ,m)
UUck of liver trouble. will come here if Mr. Stoddard finds
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Williams, Miss business to so justify.
Esther and Gail Williams were
guests for supper Easter Sunday at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. F. D.
Watts in Athena, and later attended
the sacred concert given in the
J. R. English is now on duty in the
- U. S. Surveyor General's office at
San Francisco, having "come in from
the sunburnt south to ' the city's
bright lights."' He expects to be back
in Weston for a visit at pioneer
Weston has gained a citizen in T.
J. Janes, who comes with his family
from Frcewatcr and, will occupy the
G. C Ellis residence on north Frank
lin street Mr. Janes will raise
spuds on summer fallow belonging
to J. II. Key.
. D. W. Green, leading farmer and
- spud grower of Sunnyside, Wash.,
was in Weston this week, conferring
with W. L. Raybom. His visit re
sulted in the purchase from Mr.
Rayborn of two carloads of Weston
' mountain seed potatoes for shipment
to the Yakima district, at $35 per
ton f. o. b. Weston. Mr. Green has
bought Mr. Rayborn 's potato crop
' annually for several years.
' Residents of Normal Heights are
planning a big improvement in the
' way of concrete- walks. It is pro
posed to start in at the S. A. Barnes
corner down town and build the walk
east to the J. M. Ashworth corner,
thence south on both ' sides of the
street to the end of the addition. In
? all about ten thousand feet of walk
will be constructed, aside from yard
'-walks at a number of homes. The
No Patronage, No Picture Shows
THAT'S where this sale will take you back to old time
quality at old time prices. For in this sdling we have
done everything possible to restore your dollar to its former
buying power. We are just as glad as you are to see the
return of lower prices we were right at the front when
the opportunity came to buy at lower wholesale prices, and
we have taken advantage of every special price reduction
in buying for this sale. We don't believe you can find bet
ter values anywhere.
COME IN AND LET US PROVE IT
EVERY ARTICLE IN THE STORE AT
READJUSTMENT SALE PRICES
Unless the picture shows arc bet
ter patronired Memorial hall will be
left without an income, according to
Manager S. A. Barnes, who xuya
that for some time the attendance
has not been sufficient to maintain
the high standard of the pictures
regularly screened and yield a fair
margin of profit.
Manager Barnes declares that he
at all times has endeavored to se
cure high grade pictures and that he
cent super specials at thirty-five
A BRAVE LITTLE FILM STAR
cents. He lias not only given his .
Weston Mercantile Co.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
own time freely to the hall, but has
been out a considerable sum of his
jwit money. In return ' the shows
nave been so slimly attended that he
is discouraged over the lack of ap
preciation shown, and will no longer
serve as manager when through with
his present contracts. Only four
principal films remain, to be screened
anil his responsibility will
ended. "The hall is not my indi
How Did Lillian Gish Baffle
' la "Way Down East?"
In the County Court ( the State
Oregon for Umatilla County.
"it is the com-
In the Matter of the Katatu of tJuidvl
A. May, Deceased.
Nu'tick is iikrrry r.ivKN t nil tx-r-sotis
whom it nifiy concern that Ida I..
May, administratrix of the estate of
Daniel A. May. deceased, hus filed her
final account and report in the admin
istration of the estate: t tin I the Cminlv
havc toward the end of last February that jgft
ivid- Lillian Gish was turned out into that April. 1921. at the hour of ten o'clock
The backbone of Februury was bro
ken. But the winter of New England
was still with us, February is a
treacherous mouth, and so it was
ual affair." he says;
The annual meeting will be called
soon, and it will then be up to the
association members to arrange for
the continuation of the pictures, if ally swept out into Night's highway by
such be their desire. Mr. Barnes will God's elements.
New England snowstorm from the in the forenoon as tho time and the
house of Squire Bartlett. And the county courthouse at 1'endletui as tho
, . , r n , ii..v. i,. place where all objections and excep-
greatest of all stage climaxes hail be- U0M to lh ml ,ccount m, r,
gun with this frail yet strong heroine .n will be lieu rd and a settlement of
of "V ay Down bust as she waa liter- the estate mnde.
soon have served one year as
agcr of the picture shows.
Death Calls Senator Aakeny
Levi Ankcny, former senator form
That directing, low, commanding
voice of Griffith could scarce be heard
above the howl of wintry blasts and
tTle blinding snow clogged the air like
the veriest London fog. But out and
on went Lillian Gish inspired with ' the
Dated this tho 3d day of Msrcli, 1921.
i Ida L. May,
I'KTF.RSoN-, BtSflOP & L'LAKK.
Attorneys for Administratrix.
i Calves! Calves!
Start a Dairy Herd
Notice of Filing Final Account.
imr.fnt.'alnnnf avMl nAl mdf1v in tht
appearance of an attractive part of Washington and noted banker of this tauncn KU) 0f AnnaMoorc within bcr
A jolly company of young people
assembled in the M. E. Church par
lors Monday evening and spent a few
hours of beguiling entertainment with
music and games. .'During the clos
ing hour an appetizing lunch was
served. Those present included:
Misses Ruth Jackson, Minnie Chapin,
Bertha Starmer, Charlotte Haas,
Blanche Thorsen, Pearl Davis, Clara
Starmer, Helen Rayborn, Mina Price,
Pauline Raybom; Messrs. Harold
Phinney, Anson Payne, Leonard Bul
finch, Glenn Staggs, Leonard Snider,
Miller Rayborn, Wyatt Starmer,
Walter Rayborn, ' Theodore Walden,
Rowroo Beamer, Fred DuPuis. Mrs.
K. W. Achilles chaperoned the gath
ering. Mr. and Mrs. John F. McNec and
daughter Marie Josephine, having
terminated a visit of several months
with Weston relatives, left Thursday
morning for Spokane, where they
plan to locate.
Mrs. Emery Staggs entertained a
section, died at 12 '0 Tuesday. He
had been ill for several weeks and
suffered a stroke of paralysis Monday
which caused his physicians to de
spire of saving his life.
News of Senator Ankeny's death
caused much sorrow in this part of
the county among former business as
sociates and old time acquaintances.
Senator Ankeny is survived by four
children, John Ankeny, Nesmith Ank
eny, Robert Ankeny and Mrs. Harriett
To-. Mrs. Ankeny is dead, also one
Senator Ankeny died at his home in
Walla Walla, at the age of 77 years.
He had passed almost his entire life
in the Northwests He was a vetcr-
So great was the upheaval of the
elements that signals had to be used
between Griffith and his brave littla
star. That magic word from the lips
and voice of D. W. Oriflith of C A M
E R A S ! ! pierced the howl of the
winds and with an uplifted hand
through the blinding snows camo
Lillian Gish staggering in her thin
raiment of black. Littlo Anna waa
weak. Sho was homeless, deserted.
In the walk one sees at the Alta thea
tre daily there is registered in every
tissue of that body and face what
misery and cruelty can be wrought
upon the human being in this world.
She struggles against the wind but the
an banker of the Inland Emnire. be
ing interested in banks in various alcs 8wirl hur from ,,cr eet ",d Bnc
cities, including Pendleton, Walla iMt to rig8 10 try to l,lov on u
Walla, Baker, Spokane and other 8ome ""discovered place where there
Statement of the Ownership, man
agement, etc., required by the act of
number of little folks at the family Congress of August 24, 1912, of the
home on Dry creek ast Friday af- Weston Leader, published weekly at
ternoon in honor of the seventh Weston, Oregon, for April 1, 1921.
birthday anniversary of her daugh- Publisher, editor, managing editor
ter, Lucile. A program ( of lively and owner, Clark Wood, Weston, Or.
games bad been arranged, after Known bondholders or mortgagees,
which the hostess, assisted by Miss none. CLARK WOOD.
Naomi Beamer and Miss Eulla " Subscribed and sworn to before me
Duncan, served a very delicious this 1st day of April, JS21.
lunch. The little guests were seated C. L. PIKKKRTON. Good second-hand piano for fl&O
about a table gaily decorated with (My commission expires March f 50 cash, balance f 10 per month. In
ch ickens, ducks and rabbits. In the 24, 1924.) - quire at this office. ,
might be surcease of strife from soul
and body. What you sec Uion the
screen of the cinema art at the Alta
theatre of Lillian Gish as Anna Moore
was no make-believe suffering. It had
to be done and Lillian did it that we
might all realize it.
"Way Down East" with a big
symphony orchestra is to be shown
at the Alta Theatre at Pendleton for
three days, starting Tuesday, April 5.'
Two performances daily will be given
at 2:15 and 8;15.
Ill County Court of the Htate of
Oregon for I ma ill la (tonntjr.
In the Matter of the Estate of Zcrolda
C. Price, Deceased.
Notice Ih hereby given that the un
dersigned have filed their account and
report as administrators of the above
named estate with the Clerk of tho
above entitled County Court, which
Court hus fixed upon 11 o'clock in tho
forenoon of May 2, 1921, as the time,
and the County Court room in tho
Courthouse of Umatilla County, Ore
gon, as the place, when and where any
person having any objection or exeep
tion to anything in said report con
tained or to anything (lane by the ad
ministrator at any time, may present
the same and will be heard, and when
and where tho Court will dually settle
said final account.
This notice is published pursuant to
order of the above entitled County
Court made on March 28th, 1921.
Dated April 1, 1921. ,
James H. Price,
Thomas Franklin Phick,
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