The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, April 19, 1928, Image 6

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    TOB HBBMISTOH H C T A ID . HERMISTON-, OKBGOIT.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
■ BREVITIES •
Special For Saturday
trf lu te n a t G lean
There About the Cite ead
Neighborhood
Mrs. Yudlth Groom and Cecil Kelly
left Wednesday for La Grande. Cecil
will drive a truck back to Hermiston
from La Grande to be used In the
Mr. and Mr*. William Shaar drove county road work on the Diagonal
to Walla Walla Sunday. Mis* Mil­ road.
dred Bains, sister of Mrs. Shaar, who
Water will be turned Into the city i
has been visiting here for a time, re­
ditches for Irrigation on Saturday,'
turned to her home with them.
according to Harry Kelly, the city I
Mr. and Mrs. M. L Watson, Mr. watermaster. Mr. Kelly says that
and Mrs. O. O. Kelt house and Mr. the schedule followed last year In the
and Mrs. J. L. Waller were members Irrigation of city lots will be follow­
of a party that drove to McKay dam ed this year, a* nearly aa possible.
Sunday for a picnic.
The Baptist Ladies Aid will have a
Mrs. F. A Phelps left Friday silver tea Wednesday evening, A pr.'
morning for Vale, Oregon, where she 125. in the church basement.
will visit for a few days with Mr.
The high school operetta “L ove;
and Mrs. C. M. Voyen.
Pirates of Hawia” will be given by
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. West have the high school glee clubs under the
taken the house owned by Dr. Prime direction of Miss Ruth Seyler, Fri- ■
day, May 11. Remember the date.
on the west side.
10c LR
BANANAS
BINO CHERRIES. 2 1-2
TINS,........ ..................... These are fine 28c
3 CANS CAMPBELL’S TOMATO SOUP ....................
25e
2 PACKAGES MUFFET8 FOB..
25c
Wee h»ve installed a new pan tor our egetablee so that we can
keep them fresh all the time and have a very complete line.
Wa are enjoying a nlee bualneea on that 35-40- and 50 cent Bulk
Coffee. Always freeh and we grind 11 aa you want It.
Just received a nobby new line of Cape, Beltà, Ties and Shirt*. ‘
Look them over.
PHONE 171
KINGSLEY’S
H I W M I g T Q N ’«
H Q U B l O F Q U A L IT Y A N D S I R f t
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Bert Richards of Boardman is at
Mr and Mrs. Alfred Koeppen and
son, and Mrs. H. 8. Garfield of Pen­ the Hermiston hospital for medical
dleton were In town Sunday, guest* treatment.
of Mrs. J. T. Hinkle.
Mr*. H. E. Shesely returned Sun­
day
night from a trip to Wallowa,
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews And
sons of Wasco visited friend* here Enterprise and La Grande, in the
interests of the Legion Auxiliary.
Sunday.
She brought with her a silver cup
I Mrs. H. Jacobson of Adams Is for the Hermiston unit of the Ameri­
; visiting with her parents, Mr. and can Legion Auxiliary, given them
for membership achievement.
The
Mrs John Leek, north of town.
cup is in the window of the Hermis­
The front of the telephon* build­ ton beauty shop.
1
: If You are Looking j
:
Success
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' For
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ONE OF THE SUREST MEANS TO TAKE
s
S
IS
TO
MILK
COWS
1 WE WANT
YOUR CREAM
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E. W. WEST, PROP.
— BEAD THE WANT ADS—
«V Vk t/.Ut
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Plans to show you to suit your
convenience and pocketbook.
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Summer Fuel
Clean N ut Coal
Slab Wood
Forest Wood
Old growth fir, fine for either
kindling or cooking.
Inland Empire Lumber Company
ill
* T U Tard W Bast Qaabty *
M. M. STRAW. MGR.
^zdasrv« Represaatativas af N itisu l Builders Bvaaa
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.
These prices are for Cash and
are good for one week
Oregon He we. & Implt. Co.
M R S. M cK IN L E Y
WILL BE HERE
S a tu r d a y , A p r il 21
NEXT SATURDAY
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.
WE
HAVE
A
S P E C IA L
STO C K
OF
Lumber for Brooder
Houses
IT IS TIME TO GET THEM BUILT
It will surprise you to see how little
it will cost to make a tight,
warm brooder house
Come in and see us.
.
n R Mueller returned Monday Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mainord of
• j front a t business trip to The Dalles. Garfield, Washington. have been vis­
iting this week with Mr. and Mrs.
I
Mr. and Mrs.
g I Mrs. Joseph Ralph entertained a George Newell.
Mainord
were
friends
of the Newells
few friends Monday evening at a
bridge supper at her home.
High in ondon.
score at bridge went to Miss Ragna
J. S. Harvey, who Is seriously ill In
Brosten, second to Mrs. F. V. Prime
t, Anthony’s hospital In Pendleton,
and low to Miss Gallagher.
1 reported to be a little beter. Mr.
Stanley Campbell came down from Harvgy has not been well for some
; Condon Sunday to get Mrs. Camp- time, was taken to the hospital last
1 bell end Barbara. He was unable week, when his condition suddenly
to attend the golf tourney at Pen became worse. Mrs. Harvey Is with
him.
dleton on that day.
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.
R. A. BR0WNS0N, MANAGER
CARD OF THANKS
Sunday services April 22 at the
We wish to express our sincere
Baptlst-Christlan church.
Bihfte
J school 10 A. M. Morning worship, gratitude for all the kindness and
11 A. M. Theme, Out of Plumb. sympathy shown us in our recent be­
. Evening services: Christian Endeav­ reavement.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Waghorn
or. 7 P. M.. topie. Why and How
Sam Relhl.
Should Christians Support the Eight­
C. W, Relhl,
eenth Amendment?
Preaching at
John F. Relhl.
7:45. Theerae, The Value of a Man.
One cannot always be a hero, but
o n , can always be a man.— Goethe.
TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND
A cordial welcome to all, A. J. Ware,
FRIENDS
pastor.
Especially the dairymen of the pro­
ject. We wish to extend our sincere
Mr. and Mrs Vreel Hiatt enter­ appreciation for the loyal support j
tained a number of friends at diner given us while engaged la the cream -;
at their home on the West side Tues­ ery business here.
day evening.
We trust that you will give our;
tucceeeor, Mr. E W. West, the earn. 1
Mrs. F, M Outwits left Wednesday liberal patronage that you have gtveu
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for Pendleton where she will assist ; ue and that your dealing with him ■
■ with the poll books In the office of wtU be pleasant and profitable.
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up to 75c, Spec. 43c
up to $1.25, Spec. 73c
up to $1.50, Spec. 93c
up to $2.00, Spec. 1.33
up to $2.50, Spec. 1 S3
Hermiston Produce and Supply
Company
Bright new stock of all kinds of J
Brooder-House Material.
;
Reg.
Reg.
Reg.
Reg.
Reg.
- p e r .
P. O, Doherty, who has a large
Herbert Hanellne returned this
whoat ranch near Lexington, was In
week from the valley. Slcknee* com­
town On business Tuesday.
pelled him to give up his studies at
O. A. C. for a time.
George Wagner was host to a
number of friends at dinner Sunday,
A. Von Behren wa* in Pendleton the occasion being htg birthday.
Tuesday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Payne spent
Mr*. Lea nor a Cosgrove of Aber­ Sunday with friends in Echo.
deen. Washington, Is visiting at the
g j home of Dr. and Mrs. D. S. Rowe.
C. F. Collins, who has a hatchery
B Mrs. Cosgrove is the mother of Mrs. In Freewater, was in town Thursday
■ Rowe.
on business.
Brooder Houses
DON’T DELAY PLANN­
ING THAT LAYING
HOUSE
Knives
Knives
Knives
Knives
Knives
with her late spring stock of Ready to Wear Garments— Coats,
Dresses and Hats.. You w ill find as usual, exceptional display
in this line, and you are invited to c ill and inspect if?
wa* held last Friday evening • and
One year ago, April 20, 1927, the
was pronounced a great success. Th*
thermometer
hit 14 degrees and hurt
Auditorium wa* crowded, many com­
many of the crops.
ing from neighboring town*.
,.T.
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Here is your chance to get a real
Pocket Knife at a real bargain
price. These knives are all of the
best grade and makes and all are
guaranteed. Suitable for all pur­
poses.
ing has received a coat of paint this
week.
Orville Silvey is here looking after
Mrs. F. B. Swayze and Mr*. A H.
Norton were hostesses at two parties the Silvey ranch west of town.
on Thursday and Saturday of last
Oron Felthout-e has added an office
week. At the Norton home on
Thursday guests to make up four to the Meadowbrook lee warehouse
tables were present and Saturday at near the tracks.
the Swayze home twenty guests were
Mrs. Joseph Cahill and Miss Ada
invited.
Soneson entertained the members of
Mrs. Lucinda Randall returned the 500 club at Mrs. Cahill’s home
T'esday to her home In Pendleton Wednesday evening. Guests to make
Prizes
after a few days’ visit at the Har- yp six tables were invited.
¡went
to
Mrs.
H.
E.
Shesely,
Mrs.
. ey home.
Reinhart Buhman and Mrs. G. H.
Several local devotee* of the rod Jenkins.
were out Sunday, the first day of the
Ralph Richards 1 b driving a new
trout season. Most of the men re­
Chrysler
car purchased this week.
port very poor luck, but Dr. O. H.
Jenkins was well satisfied with
T. H. Gaither and O. T. Lockridge
catch of fifteen good one*.
left Monday morning for a trip
The annual danc* given by the through the Willamette valley. They
Altar society of the sthollc church expected to go as for *B Roseburg.
Heffniston Creamery Co.
a
SPECIAL...
P. B. Doherty, road contractor,
was a Hermiston visitor Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Brlerley and Mr. Doherty lives at Echo.
Miss Jessie Brlerley were in Pen­
J. W. Clarke returned Monday from
dleton over the week end.
a two weeks visit to Montana.
F. B. Swayze was a business visi­
Remember the regular dance given
tor Saturday at the county seat.
by the American Legion Saturday
J. M. Biggs made a business trip pight.
to Heppner Monday. Mrs. Biggs ac­
Lot's dance Saturday night!
companied him.
When you »ell your cream to u* you not only help u* but yonr-
aelve* a* well because ours is a home industry and as we grow onr
strength means a stronger and better project.
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John Haddox and Vernon Belt*
were In La Grande over the week­
end.
T- 8"»** during the nt|h^ r
Hl
Mr and Mm A. M.
QUALITY
FIRST
HERMISTON MARKET
PHONE 411
M. W. SIMS
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