La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, June 18, 1930, Page 3, Image 3

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    WednesdayJune 18, 1930
You'll Find Values Out Of The
Ordinary In Our Big
McOnnvy was d spot , on
helwvn two lllllR uiltll'lilSfi.
For Renomination by
Fnscos Mayor.
They uro "Blun Ih the NMkIiC I
written tiy l-Ycil KiBlier. ami She's !
i?:.y It hiw u liopuliition of 50,0110. J not the Hoy Kl iend Him-." Iiy
; Crane City' wan born n short ltesifle Montgomery and GeorRe j
after Mef'uuiey. ' . .' ' ! Waril, In ' her lnnl oielnre. "The j
i Less thnti five years. aro lraan ! Ijint of - Mm. Cheney." Minn;
' witH starlet!,' nnl nov it m a Shearer snrprlseil her fans hy pliiy-J
rnwT P VAiino-Dnnn;PfI "1""u elt'- ' " , ' . i ",B ,,,c """,0 111 an f",-nnw j
UOV. K,: Kj. .. OUUg WppU&CU , Hak.-rafi,. wa built 111 o .lay In reeltal seene. Ill the new film, the .
mi. 'ritvm'.r.iMlr ' ntl. ar.n r I'rroH: star uirain nlavi the niano. iiHlnir
co-.inty. It grew to a population or i the "Blue Ih -the Nlsht" nunlher.
I l.-ito in two weeks.. ' ...! "Hhe'H tint the Hoy l-'rh-ml lllueii"
'' I Wlnliler county has bad a phi" i Is sung by u uuiirlet.
SA"ltAMKN'K, Cnl. (Al ) - ni)Mlt,lul growth, led by this town ut . . Hohert .Moiitxomery prays oppn
Callfoinla ha.i lleeonie cainpHlKll- whlk ,. 0f till- liUKesl boom . sit .Miss Hhenror in "Their Own
eonseious. - ' cities ever founded In Texas.
Political pyrtechnlis have neen K(,rII1, the ,.0unty seat, had
only L3 voters Ih 1 9:.'i, , but now Is
a Kooil-sUed town. Cheyenne, an
other winkl.T eounly town, was! ; ,
tounded ree.ntly. ' ! : -
Other new towns that have COMPANY E IN
srown up In the last f?w JJPan. ""- , PARADE AT CAMP
UUU ICW , . . '
Drumwrlght, Midway ' und ltose . (Continued from Paga One)
City In Howard euhnty V, I ;
men. look pnrt in tlit inspection.
The inspecting party, composed
of General White, two colonels, a
number of lieutenant colonels, ln
eluding Knlph J Lin o n of La Grande
aiul several majors. Including
bursting filme Jamoa itoiph jr..
mayor of San Francisco for 2
years, threw his hut' in the ring
'for the republican gubernatorial
nomination in opposition to Clow
l C. Young.
District 'Attorney Huron Flits,
of Los Angeles, unci Cole Sailing ivnwell in Ketor county
also seek the nomination, t inra
Khortridge Folt'A : sister of Sen.
K.umiel short lirixe.. likewise has
filed nomination papers. She wl;mi.A1'., nurn nocivn"
IWqc Turn "NJpw
It is the eampalgn of San Fran- i ,
clseoV. "perennhir mui) now- OllK 11 U3 '
j Desire." and tht HiipportlnK ens
I ini-ludeH I.ewiK Stone, llelle lien
nott. Heleno Mtltai-d. Mnry Doran.
(Yelle t'uiminKhum and June Nash.
-Major Kllpnlimx. eommander of r-pfiently, whowlnj; ills young son
the iistern Oregon hattalion. rt p- how IiIh Dad wpends two woeiis of
rpresented the lurest -group of : evry year.
liixh rankcil officers ever to ie j - , .
in the eamp. The purly wpenl ... s ' IIAMIMO.V WINS .
very Ut.le time In Company ) Los ANC1KI.KS. June IS (APV
hiw of tents, the perfect allifii- jack Thompson, ne;ro weltar
ment and uniformity of the tenis welpht champion, knocked out Joe
and epulpment helnff proof ennmjh cardo.a, Los AukcIps. Mexican, in
of Iji Grande company's efrieiiin- jtho tlUl.a rnund of a scheduled ten
c-v- j round ficht here last nlRht.--
Most of tho La" Grande nien j - Cardoza took the first" round,
clonnwd . their .new uniforms ion 'stuVtinK fast, 'hu't; Thompson evened
Salnrday noon lo visit Seaside a-iul 'nmtt'ers up hy taking' the -second,
Astoria. Leave was granted lo all .and finished the scrap at will In
but leu per cent of the eomimny.
heKlnnltifc nt noon and ending at
J l;30 Sunday night. '
? Sorgennt Howard Glenn con-
(1 noted' a speclM tour of K. strckt
the third, -i ; !,;-
to he fulhornia's first woman gov
This is a sensationally low price for this most desirable
of all types of mattresses. Note the many coil springs,
the layers of pure cotton and the attractive tickvwifh
which this mattress is covered. Here, indeed, is real
mattress value'at an amazingly low price, and the. fol
lowing remarkably easy terms, j! :". ; i' .'
v 13 WEEIKlLy
Eastern Oregon's Largest Home Furnishers
ever, that lias brought a revival of
old-time parades, campaign hands
nnd town hall rallies. ...
Kolph is employing his airplane
to hop from city to city in tours
of the state. He has Mown about 1
California attending municipal
celebrations and wearing costumes
for each fete.
When Angels Camp, famed fol
ks one-time .wt-nlllv in gold and
for M u k Twain's jumping Jrrts, i
wauled, a parade mavslvtl..;
'dtiiiifttd' the red-shirtcd gjilrh-of a
forty-iiiner. flqunri a frog fr a
muHcot,. and'fIw to thVUnhilng
tcrs lo the l.n Grande soldiers at
camp should lie addressed as fol
lows: Private (Corporal or Ser-
gennt) Hluuk, Company K., ISRth
Infantry. Camp Clatsop. Oregon.
j The l,u GrumUv unit, packs
j in lied, imii-ched out onto til V
Two new song hits are Intro- ; rade ground a recent morning and
duceil In "Their Own Deslrel-' j set up Its line of pup tents, each
Norma, hearer's utl-lalklng pic- man dUpluylng his personal j'Miiip-
iiien u'lilnh Is tmu' ilfivfiif ill" th .1 iiwtit 111 roftir nT hlx ltnt . 'I'hi
sintn Th 'atre. ! entlra brigade, numberinif it.noo
4-Tine Wallingford
Hay Forks
Supplies for the Hay Field
Convenience . 1
Gomfortr ZfCospitatity ;
You will appreciate the excellent .
service and moderate rates. The
city's most centrally located hotel.
One block from Pershir.g Square -convenient
to all leading shops,
.'theatres, financial institutions and :
r. electric depots for all resoru. ; .
.. Garage adjoining.
All Outiide Roomi Each With Badi
oiw lri - -, S3. II -.
Two rermi r - i. H .
, . UtttKtttltd foodftltndly friett l
. Prank Simpson, Jiu, Ditfctot
Htel Savoy
Sixth Crand
tanlse luupa roso festival. :aml l
Mayor ltolih; beaded tho liarade'
in .a -t (float of1
fluwers.', Solano !
eouiny ,iao an hkhmiiiuiw ri"i-.
Item !iii(l.Kolph flew tjivrpito open
!-.,..;;U,. , ,i:J.!-.
: 06vernor:'Yiunj;: Imses his ram
paiKll Ifo'r 'i'eiVoiiiinutitiil ,qn .his ree
ord. Uolpli's piutfoiiu 'ineludes
advocacy or penal reform' and i
a . "business-like" ailnilniKlriitlon. I
Kilts points to bis record as ills-j
ti li't attorney in l.oa Anseles, the
eotivietioll of bis predeeessor, Asa t
Keyes, and trials restiltine from
the Julian stock fiaseu. I''ilts. a
war Vetera n. was lientenant-Kov-j
ernor under Yonns for several
In addition to a Rovernor Cali
fornia this year will' elect 1 more
than 100 other officials, IncludltlK
211 state senators, KO mfilnbors ot
tho assembly. l!i. reprejieriratlvcs.
two state 'supreme court justices..
Ill appellate judneSj and .n.;.nuinher
of supe-Jipr jtldjfes.-J V :: 1'
iroiible 1'oceilfly. 1 He ' Is (rilucn 'Im
proved this week. (
" Mioses L'nu HoJllns nnd Isobel
Prior returned from' their 'trip from
.Seaside .Sunday, evening. They in:r
ported a very.gpod1 tiilio. . !, jt t
Birthday .
Party Given At '
Riverside . Park
At a Jolly' birthday party Mon
day. Miss Mary Ingle, daughter of
Dr. mill Mrs. J. L. In trie, observed
hor.sixtli nnniversury ut a pleasant I attend.
afternotn at the ltiverslde park, i
'l'f.ll..n ltllln irtflu U'.'i'X l-IIUKtll '
several happy hours were spent
playing games mid lair r refresh
ments were served. The honor
giyvst received a number of pretty
others uttirpdltn J!rpjn...ttljia or,pn-J
izutlon were Mr. , and Al i-ti. H ei-beri '
Davies and Mrs. K. U. Iload. '.
The sociul club of this lodge will
meet tomorrow afternoon at 2
o'clock at the home of Mrs, Will
iams with Mrs. Ida Charlton and
Mrs. '.navies assisting her as host-!
esi. All members are requested to i
.'Crin"c(l T-'aTm Tnspcc -tors" lTcgnlT
, SPlM.XGKlKI.D, ('ll.., (AP) ln
spectitrs in the Illinois department
of agriculture muy carry concealed
weapons. Attorney General Oscar
H. Cui-lstroni has decided.
Newark, N. J. Alorrow wins rt
. publication senatorial
j by fri ear. majority.
Miss Sherwood Is j
Honored at Party i
.' Utile Shirley Ann Sherwood, I
dauirhter of Mr. and Mrs. Kloyil j
Sbni-wood was the inspiration for a
party Monday afternoon ill honor
of her firth birlhday. She received
n number of pretty Rifts. Jolly
Raines were enjoyed and later In
the , afternoon, ref resliments were
served. Kleven Rllests were, pres
on., Mrs. L. M. Hoyt Is
..V Hostess to Club
The Diversity club will meet to
morrow afternoon at UiveYslde
park at - o'clock for a regular
iti.ttini- "lfti fnhn t'l-ice Min.
Fred Itees. Mrs. Verna Smith arid ' 1,1
Mrs. Marian Ilachynsky will In-hostesses.
Members of the M. t. 1. club en
joyed a delightful afternoon of
cards yesterday at the homo of
Mrs. 1.. M. Hoyt at the final meet
ing before the summer vacation
Mrs. Gilbert Hunter won the
honors for high srore nt two tables
of bridge. Dainty refreshments
were served during the afternoon.
Lodge Initiates
Three Candidates
Imbler School
Voters Select
Grant Tucker
Three candidates, Mrs. Hose
Curly. Mrs. Ituby Young, and Miss
Kvelyn Hoehne, were Initiated Into
membership at the meeting of the
U S. of li. of I.. K. and K. last
evening in the K. V.' hall with tt
large number of members present.
An interesting report of the tri-state-
convention including Oregon.
Washington und Idaho, held In
Portland June 14 and 1. was given
ly Mrs. Jaek Hilary. Mrs. Fred
Williams was also a delegate, nnd
GnlUtnne Pnln Yield to Fmltoln
Hy ljeitlia deliver
(Observer Correspondent)
IMULHIt, Ore. (Special)
School election was held In the
school house Monday nfternoon for
tho election of a board of directors, j
Grant Tucker was elected to take j
the place of J. L. Westenskow. -Mr.
Westenskow has served for the hist
three years on the board.
The croquet ground adjoining
the tennis court was opened Sun
day. Many games have been en
joyed since that time.
Hobby Huron and Clayton Fox
won several prizes on their sheep
ot the Cnlon stock show this year.
They both have a nice hand of
jsheep thai they have reason to be
i proud of. They entered their sheep
several times before nt the show.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Stanley und Mr.
and Mrs. Long and Mrs. Long's son
Arther Wenver. were the dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C C. Welch
on Sunday. The
spent visiting.
Lloyd Swearlngen, of Independ
ence,. Ore., arrived herp recently.
He Is to take the place of Hon
Stewart in the school here durlnjr
Uh coming school term. He will be
i Instructor of tho Smith-Hughes
'department. Mr. and Mrs. Stew
jart will leave about the first of
July for Amity. Ore., where Mr.
Stewart will open a new Smith-
Hughes department in the school
Mr. nnd Mrs. T.yle Wilson enter
tained as their dinner guests S.m
dny Mr, and Mrs. Hoy Kmberg and
son. of La Grando.
Mrs. Knitna Knburg. of Baker,
visited her sister, A.'rs. Hannah
open spares In the map of
Texas have Ik en doited with towns
and cities In the last 10 years, the
j census figures of m:t(i show.
' Most of the new. towns sprang
!up because, of oil booms some of
I them In spots where no one ever
! dreamed there would be even a
One of the new towns Is llest,
on the lands of the University of
Texas, built soon utter ilto discov
ery of oil in tiie Hig Lake field."
For over twenty years FHCITO-
IA has brought remarkable relief Johnson, Sunday.
to sufferers from gallstone pains. ; Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Martin have re
stomnch distres. tightness around turned from Portland whern thy
the waist and other similar nil- spent their honeymoon. Thy spent
ments. Many people say their pain ', Friday with his purents. Mr. and
stopped after the first dose of Mrs. Martin at th'lr home here.
FHCITOI-A. That' the wonderful Mr. und Mrs. Sharp, of Texas,
thing about FH 11 TO LA It acts ; held meetings In the Ijiiion Sunday
so puickly. No other medicine can school hall last Saturday evening,
do more. The FRCITOLA formula J Mrs. Hobo who is traveling w ith
Is the same today as it always has ' them preached a fhort wrinon.
been and If you try It you too may Mr. and Mrs. Vern Iterry and
save yourself from a possible oper-.daughter nnd Mr?. HTtha White
ntinn. One dose shows results. For wre visitors h"r- Sunday.
al recommended nnd guaranteed j Jim Woods is und r the cnr of
hy Moon Drug Co. and other lead-j a physician, -Mr. Wood underwent
ing druggists. Adv. a minor operation for sinus
Shearer's .siurs
iir to "The lu.t
or Mr. Chrvney"
V story of Unlay
a (I r n in n of
heart jidrift.
the Wir
The VALUE of sound design, good ;niaterials and ; caref til1 'craftsman ship is especially ; V;
apparent in the new Ford after the first twentyfive thousand ; jhiles. Long, con- lp'; -tinuous
service emphasizes its mechanical: reliability. and. N;ecpnpmyi! of operation
and up-kcep. , . -i-;; i. ;t 'it;. '
' As you -drive the Ford through many' months? and .years you .will: develop an , ;: v
increasing pride in i ts appearance and a giwing respect foii the ; siihstantial wortli i : - :
that has been built into it. Froin every standiomt in cvery
. . . - . i . .. .,.; ; I y i : i- " ..''!.,, . . : -y ' t' . .' " :
t " 1 . S .1 . ' . 1 '1 ..'11 1... .1 . 1. .' 1. n,t'n. r...!,' .' ' it.
HialvC a COOn autOmOOUC you WIU- MlOW Uiai you.' .jhuuo aj.wsccuia, . .Bauer-
factory purchase ' . :!'.Vf'-
Wherever 'you -go, you her.r enthusiastic praise of the;car;and this significant,
oft-repeated plirasc "I'm
A tOItD owner in. New York tells of a
i;,000-mllc trip ucross the United Slutes
and bt ck in sixty tluys and says "the car
was 'extremely economical to operate,
couifortuhle und tipeedy." A grateful
father tells how the Triplex shatter-proof
.lass windshield saved hid wife and
children from serious injury in tin onto
mobile collision.
To lest tires, a large company drove a
new Ford day and nigh:, for an average
of 500 miles every twenty-four hours. It
Mas still giving satisfactory service after
1 03,000 miles.
glad I -bought a Ford."
A Ford car that had fallen into Fernan
Lake Mas submerged for twelve days v
before being raised. After a new battery
and carburetor bowl were installed,' it .
was driven hack to Spokand under . iU
own power. :
Many police departments have written ,'
cf the special advantages of the Font in '"
crowded traffic because of its alert speed, :
acceleration and case of control. An in- '
creasing number of fleet owners are also ,.
purchasing the Ford because their cost ;
figures huve given conclusive proof of .its ;
economy of operation und up-kcep., y
In addition to important triumphs ill .
Ccrmiiny, France and Italy, the Fowl won ;,
six out of seven leading places in a con- ..
(est in Fihluud, first and second in tho '
Itafaela races in Argentina, first and sec- . ''
ond in the run from Copenhageii-to- -
ruris-to-Copeiihugcn, three gold medals ,
in England, first ranking in the durability
test ove'r the tortuous Amancaes road 1st
Peru, and first place in the J930 reliiibil-
ity run conducted by Uie Koyul Auto '
mobile Club of Sweden. ";'! ?
.'. :'..V' ,; $
This contest was an exceptionally v
. . j
severe test of endurance and sturdy con- '
struction because it was held in the .dead
of winter and covered 600 miles of i
kleiidy ruiiuiiig over snow-eovcred couu- ?
try roads and mountainous hills. ,
jv kw low rono pnicEs
Roadalcr $J.').
IMiaeton ........ . 440
Stutulartl Coupo . ... . 495
Tuilor Sedan . . 49,,
Spurt Coupe . . . . . 52.
Dc Luxe Coupe . 54. "
Three-window Fordor Sedan . . . 600
Convertible Cukriolct ..... 62..
ne Luxe Pliuelon . 62.1
He Luxe Sedan ....... 640
Town Scdun 660
All prices . o. tt. Detroit, pful might anil delivery.
Dumper) and tpare tire extra, at low coil.
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