The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, September 08, 1927, Image 4

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    HgpMTaroir, oreudh .
THE OEBMISTOM
A farewell party in honor of Dr.
and Mrs. C. M. Dels who are leavln*
this week for Dufur where he will he
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engaged In the practice of dentistry
G iu rili« a< Utamt GI «Md Hm
was held Monday evening at the
Md Thm Abmit tb. City • *
home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Shesely
NaWhborhMd
under the auspices of the%tomerican
leg io n auxiliary. Mrs. James Todd
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Little were was chairman hostess. During the
Pendleton vlsitorR Friday.
evening 600. .was played and first
prises were won by Mrs. A. L. Groom
Harry Kelly was home from La and H. E. Sbeeely, and the consola­
Irande over Labor Day to visit home tion went to Mrs. Win. Shaar and J.
.oiks.
S. Harvey.
LOCAL ANO PERSONAL
Back to School
Korell Republican Choice for Congress
Portland, Or.—Victor in a field of
nine aspirants for the position of the
iate Congressman Maurice E. Cr«un­
pack er, Franklin F. Korell was nom-
nated as the republican candidate on
he second ballot of the republican
ongressional convention. Korell re-
efved 208 of a possible 367 votes. His
closest opponent was Frank L. Shull,
Stated communication Quern Es-i "After looking around over this who received 83 votes.
tber chapter O. E. 8. next Tuesday ] country for myself I'm convinced that
night.
a lot of the people who live here fail CLINT JACKSON GROWS MELON
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to give the country the credit that ig
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goode hav„ gone its due.” This opinion was expressed THAT TIPS SCALE AT 53 1-2
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to Fruitland, Idaho, where they will the other day by Dr. G. W. Shelton of
Seattle who. accompanied by Mis. FOUNDS FOR RECORD OF SEASON
handle fruit for several weeks.
Shelton, is here to visit Mr. and Mrs
A watirmelon that made the scales
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cusick of Al­ George Shelton. George Shelton is register ¿3 1-2 pounds was produced
their
son.
Dr.
Shelton
began
the
bany were here over the week end as
this year by Clitit Jackson, Minne­
guest« at the home of their daughter, practice of medicine in 1874. He haha district farmer. He raises quite
and Mrs. Shelton will spend about
Mrs. J. L. Sears.
an acreage of melons every year, and
two weeks here visiting and will then
the crop gave a good account of It­
go to Los Angeles where they plan
Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Mytlnger and
self
again this season.
to spend the winter.
Mrs. Harry Mytlnger were here for
"That was my biggest melon, and
a short time from Pendleton Sunday.
I’m just wondering if anyone else
Mr. Mytlnger operates a dairy there GOLF CLUB TO HOLD ITS
raised a bigger one,” Mr. Jackson
and started a camp ground east of
said.
ANNUAL MEETING ERIDAY
; Pendleton about a year ago.
The annual meeting of the Her­
Jack Biggs has been without power miston Golf club will be held Fri­
AT THE THEATRE
) for his left hook this week, due to an day evening in the library, according
Injury he sustained while changing to plaiig perfected by the organiza­
Friday and Saturday, September 9
J a tire when hfi bruised his arm tion. Officers are to be elected for and 10, Tom Mix will be here in
above the wrist, and infection start­ mother year, and other business "No Man’s Gold.” Country store on
ed where the skin was scratched.
needing attention will be discussed. Saturday night.
Interest in the game has increased
Sunday and Monday, September 11
Herman Cathcart, of Modesto, Cali­ with the return of cooler weather, and 12, the big attraction will be
fornia, his mother and a Mrs. Har­ and the course is the scene of some Bessie Love in “Going Crooked" a
ris were guests last week at the liomt herd but bloodless battles every Sun­ good crook comedy drama. Fox
of her aunt, Mrs. W. H. Starr. They day.
News reel and a co, ,edy.
also spent some time at the home of
Tuesday and Wednefl-’w a good
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Canfield.
picture that all the family will en-l
TEACHERS APPROVED BY
joy, "The Family Upstairs.” It feat­
BACHELORS REPORTER SAYS ures Virginia Valli.
Mrs. Joe Udey was in The Dalles
“Fig Leaves,” a picture everyone
over the week end. She accompanied
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sink, Farm W riter in . East Oregonian will want to see, will be here Friday
and Saturday, September 16-17. .
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home, and her daughter Florence re-
Studies Action of Local
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attend school in The Dalles.
M:n as Girls Return.
AND WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES—
EVERYTHING TO MAKE THE BOYS AND GIRLS HAPPY.
SH O E S, H O SIE R Y ,
N E C K W E A R , ETC.
HEADQUARTERS FOR LUNCH GOODS, TABLETS, PENCILS.
INK ERASERS.
ALL THE NECESSARY THINGS TO START TO SCHOOL WITH.
G IV E U S A CA LL
KINGSLEY'S
H E R M IS T O N '»
H O U S E
O F
Q U A L IT Y
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S E R V IC E ’
O R O N IT E
Kills 'em d e a d l’
f'lies.mosquitoes, roaches, moths
S T A N D A R D O il C O M P A N Y
(>!• C A 1 .J F O R .N I À
FLY SPR A Y
That local bachelors approve the
selection of teachers made by tht
school board for the local schools I f
the findings made by Burton S. Hut
ton, field editor of the East Oregon
Ian. Mr. Hutton gives most of hit
• in,a to a study of farmers and farm
'.ng, but at times he permits hit
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Leathers re­ study in human nature to take tc
turned last week after a vacation ither fields. Following is his find
that included visits to Portland. ings as to the reaction of local bach
Seattle and Vancouver, B. C. From lors to the return of the teachers:
Bachelors of Hermiston have put
Seattle they were accompanied on
their trip by Mr. and Mrs. W. G. the work clothes on the shelf fo
Fritts, former Hermiston residents. the time being and have given th<
shoes a dash of polish and the sui,
a good going over for the fall sea
J. W. Whitney helped introduce son. Why the sudden flourish? Tht
the Hermiston district to the world 1927 supply of school teachers ha:
some 22 years ago. He was em­ come to town.
ployed at that time by Col. J. F. Mc-
The other day many of the new
Nauglit. Now he is publisher of
arrivals strolled into a popular eat
the News-Messenger at Marshall
ng place and It was the harder!
Minnesota. He was a Hermistcc
'ling for some of the more perma
visitor last week.
?nt residents of the city to restrain
rim casting a casual look in thei:
Mrs. Etta Elliott and her daugh
. ection. As the meal hour pro
ter and grandson were guests Sun
ded the tendency to look becanif
day night at the heme of Mr. and more than casual for many hat’
Mrs. H. E. Hanby. The guasts were •something wrong with the backs of
en route to their home in Wenatchee their necks as they kept twitching
after visiting In Bead. Mrs. Elliott so that their heads had to turn
formerly resided In Hermiston and around every so often In order to ge<
still owns town property here.
relief. It was too bad the tablet
weren’t on revolving foundations.
Mrs. J. J. Casserly and daughter,
Much has been said In papers
Miss Eleanor Cacserley, are here from about ail kinds of seasons soon tc
St. Louis as guests at the home of ipen, but nothing has been said
Mrs. James Todd, their daughter and ibuut the bachelor season which of-
sister. River bottom lanrig were in­ ’Iciilly opens today as It lg the first
undated by flood four times this ‘part’’ of a day of school and all
spring In some places, they Informed teachers must be on hand. In due re­
friends. They formerly lived In spect to the Hermiston school board
Hermiston.
the selection made for.their lnstruct-
Miss Helen Upham left last Sat­
urday to begin her teaching duties
at Harmony school, south of Pilot
Rock. Miss Edith Mikesell has as­
sumed her duties at Pine Grove
school, also In the Pilot Rock dis­
trict.
MONEY SENT AW AY
For apparent bargains as often as not fails to bring back the
value anticipated. The materials may almost suit and still lack
enough to make the purchase a disappointment.
T here’s No Excuse
For sending out of town for printing. Very few individuals
or firms are doing th at today for the simple reason th at they can
depend on the Herald's fast servic >, dependable workmanship
and reasonable prices for quality p inting.
In addition, customers have the knowledge th at any aid in the
way of special knowledge about forms we have, is at their dis­
posal in helping them solve the problem of that new piece of print­
ing. Figure your next job of printing, with your community print­
ing factory.
The Hermiston Herald
—TRY THE HERALD WANT ADS—
POULTRY
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On the left ü the home
B rooder and L aying H ou ses
GOOD SERVICEABLE STOCK AT CHEAP PRICES
PL A N S
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in all our repair work and guar­
antee onr materials and workman­
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OUT OF TOWN WORK
H E R M IS T O N ,
OREGON
If your home is iwR of style, yet in a cood neighborhood,
dr n ’t sell it at a ssrnfice—remodel it. You can lay W estern
Red Cedar Shingles over the old soof -and sidewalls for very
¿ttle mote »han the cost of repainting the building, and your
upkeep will be much less. Reshingling, in lim» manner, cuts fuel
bills too. because your outer walls and tool' are double thick and
hold heat that much better.
SATES-,
FEED USERS ARE THE BEST RECOMMENDATION.
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CALL AND GET ONE OF 0UE INSTRUCTIVE BOOKLETS ON
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Inland Empire Lumber Company
Phoa«IJ3i:
“ Th« Yard of Best Quality ”
Up-to-date in Style and Comfort
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Homes with Writer« B.d Crdsr Roofi and Side Walls are always
in ttyle and always («wd Icwking Lay vertical grain Western Red
Cedar Shingles with : io «seated iron or copper nails and they will last
a lifetime. Many beautiful colee com Seaborn are possible, if you wish
to have your ihiagiei stained. And these Mained colors are pe
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There are many other features too numerous to mention, but
if you will stop in or call us, we will Le glad to si,
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Primrose or to demonstrate its actual merits on your farm.
Oregon Hdwe. & implt. Co.
GOOD EQUIPMENT MAKES A GOOD FARMER BETTER.
T o th e L ad ies o f t*
m iston D istrict:
You are cordially invi ed t< e 1
and inspect the showing of Ready-
to-Wear Garments in our store
room. We are sure you will be
pleased to see the season’s styles.
Whether you want to buy or not
we will appreciate your presence on
this occasion. We feel th at this
will be worth while to you. Don’t
fail to look this merchandise over.
We are offering Attractive Bar­
gains in many items in our store at
this time.
Hermiston Produce and Supply
Company
LEAVES.
NEITHER CAN YOU.
HERMISTON FLAY HOUSE,
H O NEY LABELS
FRIDAY-SATURDAY,
T o Y o u r O r d e r and a t R e a s o n a b le Prices
KEPT. 16-17.
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THE HERMISTON HERALD
Cheaper to Heat Than Before
Your saving in fuel alone wifl help pav for a large share of d»« 1
* and side walla. You
of rmhinglmg ysmr hesae over the old I rooing
be rleaaantly susprised by tfw gpoderatr cost of bringing your boast ap
to date with Wsseem Red Cedar Shingle» Wr carry complete stocks
both in natural estate and stained to suit your individual taste.
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SCHOOL BOOKS
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SCHOOL SUPPLIES
C R ISP
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We’ll Be Qlad To Help' You
B rooder Coal
Clean and efficient skimming.
6. No oil holes.
Easy running.
7. Improved heavy hardware.
Ball bearing.
g. Easy bcwl a<jjUstrnent.
Long life.
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Positive, automatic and visible 9’ SanUa*-y and
washed'
oiling'-
JO- Long time payment plan.
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44 roof eigJ side ic<Ub. The
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bw .I the hm»« is ne«e in
with the modern heiuee ichuA
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Some superior features of the Primrose a re :
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EVE COULD NOT DO
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Je dar Shingles
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Are you getting all yotu cream into your cream check! Re­
gardless of what separator yon are using, have your skim milk test­
ed by our creamery man at least twice a year and definitely
know if your separator is •M u m » ,; clean.
The McCormick Deering Primrose Ball Bearing separators are
paying for themselves many, many times over through clean skim­
ming, long life and easy turning. In fact, the McCormick Deer­
ing Ball Bearing Primrose is not only a close skimmer, but makes
play of a man's size job. for it requires 35 p r cent less energy
to tu rn than a plain bearing machiie.
ALSO SOLICITED
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OF THEM.
HAND.
M odern
M ach in ery
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W h e n you need any­
thing in the fine of
n e a t a n d a ttr a c tiv e
Printing.
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LET US MAKE YOU AN ESTIMATE FROM ONE
LARGE STOCK OF GASCO BRIQUETS
Now open in the room formerly
occupied by the W hite Tailor
Shop.
DON’T FORGET
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WE HAVE BOTH THE 0. A. C. PLANS AND THE PULLMAN,
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SHOE SHOP
Good Equipment Makes a
Good Farmer Better
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ARE INVITED TO INSPECT OUR STOCK OF MATERIAL FOR
WASHINGTON.
BOWMAN
Modernize Your Home
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tonal staff eeema to have high favor
If current comments can be token
as a safe criterion.
M O R N IN G S
CALL FOR GOOD WHOLESOME
FOOD TO START OUT THE DAY IN
AND BF.MFMBFB
In D rugs, S u n d ries and
P rescrip tion s >
THE RIGHT MOOD TO GET THINGS
DONE.
What to more sensible and econom­
ical than—
MEAT
Maybe you want Cured Meat*. If
you do our line of Bacon and Hams
will suit you. If you want Fresh
Meats you can have a choice of a
wide range of offering».
“Satisfactory Goods a t Satisfac­
tory Prices"
H erm iston Drug Co.
H. M. STRAW. MGR.
hy Otar Suggestio»
Exclusive Representalires of National Builders Bureau
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T u m -A -L u m L um ber C o.
City Meat Market
FHONK
-RKAD THE WANT AD6-—
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