The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, December 13, 1928, Image 6

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Specials Saturday Monday
December 15-17
I
local and personal
■ BREVITIES ■
OeearraeM of IiA -rw t Gl—nod Haro
aad There Aboot the City ead
Neighborhood
PUMPKIN. Oold Bar. 2 1 -ia . ........................
18c. 2 for 35c
MINUTE TAPIOCA ................................................................. I 3c, 2 for 25c
CITRUS WASHING POWDER .............................................................
T O L L IiT T IS S U E , W a l d o r f ...............
o \ t A> o i ..
................ ............. 4 fur 25-
Uae no Bluing, no Clorax. Just wash
10c
FINE SELECTION t F NUTS AND CANDY FOR THE HOLIDAY
SEASON
WE ARE DISTRIBUTORS FOR LIP TON S COFFEE
LOOK OVER OUR LINE OF NECKTIES, SUSPENDERS
SHIRTS AND GLOVES
HOSE
A COMPLETE LINE OF MUNSINGWEAR, SILK PAJAMAS.
NIGHTGOWNS. BLOOMERS. ETC.
PHONE
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KINGSLEY'S
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B. M. Durlln of La Grande was a
business visitor In Hermiston Wed­
nesday
Mr. an<j
Harry Kelley, accom
panted by Mrs. Boynton, were in Pen­
dleton Tuesday afternoon.
Casper Anderson of Alice), Oregon,
Mr. ana Mrs. Ralph Shafer of Her­
was in Hermiston this week looking
miston were Pendleton visitors Sat­
after property.
urday.
ATABLE VALUE.
FEELING
OF
ACCORDINGLY A SINCERE
GRATITUDE
WILL ACCOMPANIES
THIS
FOR YOUR
GOOD
GREETING.
MAY
THE COMING SEASON BRING YOU ALL A FULL
REALIZATION OF YOUR BEST HOPES.
* L eath ers & L ittle Inc.
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: Announcement
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Many people are finding the savings in the cash and carry gya-
that we wonder why we
! tem ao much greater than they realized,
adopt this plan before.
S did It not
woud be impossible to list the Items
that is covered In this
price concession and quoting a few items would be misleading, but
we invite those who are Interested In this price saving to call and
compare our new prices. Every article in this store is priced to
meet this new method Staple Groceries an„ all items of Wearing
Apparel and Notions.
Toil will find a good fire and a good place to rest while you are
in town. You are welcome here to these conveniences.
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J. W. Messner has returned to Her
miston after having spent some time
in Baker on a business and pleasure
trip.
Mrs. H. E. Shesely entertained at
I her home Monday evening, Decern
■ her 10 at a 500 party. Guests were
■ invited to make up five tables of
■ cards. Prizes for high score was
■ awarded
to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kei
I ley with second honors going to Miss
Ada Soneson,
W. J. Downer is in the Hermiston
hospital now receiving medical treat
ment. Mrs. Tom Wade of Umatilla
¡eft on Monday after having spent
some days In the hospital.
Mrs. Ralph Richards and Mrs. W.
W. Felthousse were Joint hostesses
Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Felt-
house. Four tables of bridge were in
Play.
Mrs. R. L. Elliott of Pendleton was
■ Hermiston Produce & Supply Co. £ vsiting
at the
Pierce home in
Hermiston Monday of this week. She
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O. C.
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Sears of Her
miston were in Pendleton Tuesday
evening.
Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Lockridge of
Hermiston were In Pendleton shopp­
ing Tuesday.
RIGHT NOW. NOT LATER W HEN WINTER SNOWS START. IS
THE TIME TO MAKE REPAIRS.
A
NEGLECTED
REPAIR
THAT IS SMALL NOW. MAY COST YOU TWO OR THREE TIMES
AS MUCH NEXT SPRING.
CHECK UP YOUR NEEDS AND GET
0N R PRICES
Turn-A-Lum Lumber Company
*
I . A. BR0WNS0N, MANAOOt
MADE EASY
By our Table and Window Displays
of Merchandise Suitable for
Gifts for Men, Women
B R IEF G ENERAL NEW S
The trustees of the Rockefeller
foundation have placed 3170,000 at the
disposal of the University of Utrecht
for establishment of a new school of
physiology.
An official announcement is made
that the 53d session of the league of
nations council will be held at Lugano,
In southern Switzerland, all members
having agreed.
The trade committee of the Austrian
national assembly votes approval of
he measure ratifying a treaty of
unity, commerce and consular affairs
between Austria and United States
Prime Minister Baldwin, according
io authoritative Information, has dis
patched a friendly reply to the propos
al made by Representative Britten for
an Anglo-American parliamentary con
Terence on naval affairs. The reply
was sent to Sir Rente Howard, British
ambassador at Washington.
Miss M anville Now Swedish Countess
Make Repairs Now
SHOPPING
W. P. Luttrell, project farmer, was
in Newberg .Oregon .recently, where
Mrs. J. M. Pace and Miss Sansted
he went on business.
were Joint hostesses at a party Fri­
day evening. December 7, honoring
George Wagner went to Portland Miss Thompson.
Five tables of ! I
I Sunday where he expects to stay for bridge were in play during the eve­
a few days.
ning. Prizes for high score werej
awarded to Mrs. Dean and Mrs. C. C. i
B. F. Irvine, banker of Independ­ Durfey, with the consolatioa prize I
ence, Oregon, was in Hermiston this going to Miss Peterson. Decorations 1 1
week looking after business interests. were carried out in a color scheme of 1
red and green.
Peter Castrlc was in town Satur­
GIFTS THAT
day
on business. Pete has gone
COST BUT
into dairying milking 15 cows, and
appears pleased with his choice.
LITTLE, YET
Chas. Smith, county agent of Mor­
row county, was in Hermiston Thurs­
day for the turkey shipment.
Mr
Washington, D. C.—An exhaustive
Smith lives at Heppner and there
study of aerological and geographical
were many birds from that section
conditions in different parts of the
shipped with the Hermiston consign­
country has been undertaken by the
ment.
navy department with a view to estab­
lishing a new landing field and hang
Dick Johnson farmer of Boardman, ars for dirigibles.
was in Hermiston Saturday.
Atlanta. New Orleans, El Paso, Si.
Louis, Los Angeles and Seattle all
Frank Otto of Boardman was badly figure in the survey now being made
burned the firEt of the week and by the navy bureau of aeronautics
taken to the hospital at Heppner for with the co-operation of the United
treatment.
Stales weather bureau. The relative
smoothness of the air. suitability of
Friends of J. S. Harvey will be In­ the surrounding terrain, and the
terested to know that he is able to b< weather record over a period of 25 or I
at work aga in and is improving rap­ 30 years all will be taken Into con
idly from his recent illness.
slderation and compared with condi­
tions at Lakehivst, N. J., field, which
W. T. Solvester former Hermiston so far has proved entirely satisfactory.
farmer, was back in town the first <
Within the next 18 months, before
the week. He wag accompanied by the first of the two new airships Is
his daughter, Mrs. S. F. Walters of completed, recommendations for a new
Blalock.
field may be asked of the bureau of
aeronautics by the bureau of navy
Mrs. Thomas Fraser was hostess operations. No provision for any new
at a party at her home Saturday eve­ field has been included in the 1929
ning. Three tables of cards were in 1939 navy budget, but, if necessary, it
!:.y during the evening. Prizes for could be added to next year’s defic­
high score were awarded to A. H. iency bill.
Norton and Mrs. F. V. Prime.
THE LOYALTY OF FRIENDS IS OF INESTIM-
u « «
Among the Hermiston people In
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Little were Pen­
Pendleton last Saturday were Mrs. C.
M. Jackson and Mrs. P. C. McKenzie. dleton visitors from Hermiston Sat­
urday evening, December 8.
Allen VonBehren, former project
’ farmer and now aviator of Spokane.
Miss Loren? Lomax of Wapato, I
' Washington, flew to Hermiston Sat­ Washington, has been visiting in Her-1
urday via the Columbia gorge route miston recently. Miss Lomax former­
to transact business.
ly lived in Hermiston.
LANCING FIELD FOR
DIRIGIBLES SOUGHT
Atrâ Wappg Nrw gear
iS ,CHRISTMAS.
Pleasantville. N. Y.—A daughter of
American millions became the bride
of a nephew of the king of Sweden In
a military wedding which glittered
with all the splendor extreme wealth
and position conld afford. The bride
was Miss Estelle Manville, daughter
of H. E. Manville, American industrial
leader and many times a millionaire.
The bridegroom was Count Folke Ber-
nadotte, a descendant of Napoleon’s
marshal of thta name, afterward king
of Sweden, and himself a nephew of
King Gustav V, present ruler of that
country.
George Jenkins, assistant county
agent was in Pilot Rock Friday, Sat
urday and Sunday assisting with the
shipment of turkeys from that district New Oregon License Plates Ready.
which were sent through the Idaho
Salem. Or»—Issuance of motor ve
Turkey Growers association.
hide licenses for 1929 will begin De
cember 10. according to announcement'
V. L. Hamm, owner and manager made here. A total of 253,373 cars
of the Hermiston Drug Co., is the were registered up to December I ol
very proud owner of an automobile this year, with license fees aggregat
| he purchased recently. Walter is so ing 30,958.019.98. The new plates for
proud of his car that he has bought 1929 have a black background with
a parking space in front of his store white letters and figures.
where the ear has been on display for
I he last sixty days. The only thing Detroit Bribe Fund 32.000.000 a Year.
that we might suggest here Is that
Detroit, Mich.—With estimates al
Walter blow up the tires. The car is ready before It that rum graft In th»
getting smaller all the time.
customs border patrol service In th<
Detroit area annually approaches thi
R. I. Burroughs of Dikimheller. staggering sum of 32.0.90.000. a federal
Alberta. Canada, is visiting nt the grand Jury will resume its investiga
W. G. Gordon home on the north tiou in an effort to determine the
hill
Mr Burroughs Is a brother of scope of the alleged corruption.
J Mrs. Gordon. From Hermiston he
George P. G riffith Dies in Salem.
plans to go to Heppner to visit an­
Salem. Or.—George P. Griffith. « ,
other sister and then on to Port­
land. Thlg la Mr. Burroughs first formerly state commander of the
Visit to the United States since »»15 American Legion in Oregon and prom
inent in this eection, died here Sunday
ARE
and Children
JIEE
WHERE THE
SELECTION
AMONG
THE
STORE
MOST
OF
CHRIST­
ACCEPT­
ABLE
GIFTS
THAT
YOU
CAN
MAS G I F T S
FOR
BUY
ANY
MEMBER
OF
ANY ­
WHERE,
THE FAMILY
NO
MATTER
OR FRIENDS
HOW
MUCH
YOU
PAY,
IS M A D E A
BE
PLEASURE
FOUND
IN
OUR
D I S-
NOT A
PLAYS.
TASK.
W IL L
OREGON HARDW ARE &
IMPLEMENT CO.
asa
TIRES
Ride and the world rides with you.
Walk and it’s another tale.
To be admired, you must be well tired:
We have them here for sale.
Pennock’s Battery & Tire Shop
CHAIN
STORES
N O R TO N ’S GROCERY
YOU LIVE WITHIN THIS RED A N iT W H ffE E0K 0M Y
CIRCLE
Share with your neighbors the sav­
ings and services of this Red and
White Chain Store. No other store
offers you so much in quality and
service at prices so low. Let Ug prove
this!
Specials Saturday and Monday
DECEMBER 15-17
B eechnut Spaghetti .................... . . . . . . 2 f w
Hershey's Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins
,E
•Schlitx Malt. 2 1-2 lb tins, hop fl.......
Cream of Wheat.........
.....................~
2 for $1 33
Johnsons Quality Mince Meat. b u lk ...
.................. 25c
g i b s 45c
Serv-us Golden Bantam Corn, 2s........
2 for 45c
Red and White Oval Sardines........ ...
2 for 20c
Serv-us Coffee, 1 lb. package........ ..
White Rice Pop Corn...............
0 ,,
...... —• —- 3 lbs. 29c
N. B. C. Honey Grahams, 2 lb..............
Fancy Navel Oranges, large size........
• fl- 33C
Produce Specials for this w eek_
sh. Oranges. Grapefruit
CHAIN
RED&WHITE stores