The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, March 13, 1930, Image 4

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    TH3B HTOM IOTOH H U H A U X H E R M IST O N , OBBtfOST.
looking after business Interests on wars Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins, Mr. and |
the project.
Mrs. H ill and Mr. and Mrs. Deetar.
STATE NEWS
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Mr«. Kate Cundiff of Eugene, known
to her wide circle of friends as "Gruud
ma** Cundiff, has celebrated her 89th
birthday. She was one of 11 children,
of whom six are living and all are
over 80 years.
A bicycle race from Eugene to Cor­
vallis and return will be conducted by
the Amateur Bicycle league of Ameri­
ca, February 22, it was announced by
J. E. (Dlnty) Moore, state representa­
tive of the league.
Postal receipts at Eugene Increased
4 per cent in January over January
last year, the total being 813,892. Ecab
month but two In 1929 showed an in
crease over the corresponding periods
In 1928 of 2 to 10 per cen t
The consolidation of the school dis­
tricts of Drain, Sunnyside, Eureka,
Leona, Gunter and Cold Springs, In
northern Douglas county, has been ac­
complished, and the plan approved by
the county boundary board.
Willamette valley loganberries were
hard hit by the recent below-freezing
temperatures, according to Informa­
tion brought to Salem by growers.
Blackberries also were said to have
suffered from the cold spell.
According to officials of the Beaver
Portland Cement company the Gold
Hill cement plant, which has been
closed down the past several months
pending annual repairs just complet­
ed, resumed operations last week.
intangibles taxes of 250.8S9.17 hoe
been turned over to the state treasur­
er by the state tax commission. It
was estimated that the tax would
raise approximately 2100,000. The law
provides that the tax shall be payable
prior to March 1.
Unemployment is becoming a prob­
lem on Coos bay and North Bend and
Marshfield charitable organizations
are planning for a wide effort in relief
measures. The situation, as some
view It, Is more demanding than it
has been for several years.
Sheepmen who are wintering thefT
flocks In the Carlson hlllg near Klam
ath Falls have suffered heavy loss
from dogs. Over 30 head In one flock
were killed or mutilat'd. The chlel
offenders are police dogs from the
city.
Move to New Home.
Don't forget ‘‘Adam
Saturday, March 15.
and
Eva'
bla conference, spent lost week with
the Adventist church school in a
young people w ill be baptised soon
special revival season. Four of the
From Portland.
Mr. A. A. Disque of Portland was as a result of the special work.
a Hermiston visitor the first of the
week attending to business interests To Portland.
here.
Mr. and Mrs. George Newell left
Hermiston Sunday morning by auto
for Portland and valley points. They
•Return Front Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. George N ew ell re­ expect to return to Hermiston Wed­
turned to Herm iston Tuesday evening- nesday evening.
after having visited Portland und
other valley points.
Hermiston Market Buys Car.
The Black and W hite garage re­
port the sale of a one ton Chevrolet
To Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Bensel accom­ truck to the Hermiston Meat Market
panies by Miss Jessie B reierly and last week.
Mrs. Fred Barker made a trip to
Pendleton Saturday afternoon.
Business Visitors.
Guests a t Dinner.
Harry H ull and D. C. Brownell. Has Dinner Party.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Pierce and fam-1
business men of Um atilla, were in
Employed in Bakery.
Dr. and Mrs. Morgan entertained ily were dinner guestb at the A. E.
Miss Georgia Reeder Is w orking In Hermiston Monday transacting busi­ a few friends with a dinner party
Bensel home Sunday.
ness.
the Hermiston bakery th is week.
Sunday afternoon.
Those present
Fr°m Umatilla.
TROT
LAUNDRY
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KECK BARBER SHOP
LATEST BOBBING
The McCormick-Deering Ball-Bearing
Cream Separator will save it all!
SHAVING
The Douglas County eportsmon's
and Game Protective association has
been delegated by Matt Ityckman. su Ill W ith Fu.
Harvey Payne was confined to his
perintendent of state fioh hatcheries,
home the first of the week w ith flu.
to take charge of tho planting of more
than 2,000,000 trout fry in the streams
From Enterprise.
of the county.
Miss Etha Laird of Enterprise vis
Oiling of the Ilalnsy-Brownsvllle lied her cousin. Mr. Floyd Lair-
road will be accomplished this year over the week-end.
by the Linn county court, tho court
has announced. A now coating of oil
Elder Guderian Here.
Is also to be placed on sections of the
Elder Fred Gudorian, young peo
Scio-Green’s bridge road, which first pie's secretary of the Upper Colum
N many cases, the money
lost during a year's time
through butter fat going
out the skimmilk spout of
a cream^wasting separator
would go a long way toward
paying f e r i n e of the new
McCfirir.iik’-Deering Separa­
tors we have on our floci.
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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!
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The undersigned have opened a regular service in Hermiston.
We call for and deliver Monday and Thursday of each week.
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SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Dry Cleaning, Dye Works, Carpets and Household Furnishings.
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5 Pendleton Dye W ks. -Model Cleaners 51
for the past four years, la v isitin g
From Heppner.
for a month with his folks who live
Monte Hedwall, who is employed In the Columbia district. He w ill ■
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In the creamery at Heppner was In later be stationed
at Bremerton.
PENDLETON, OREGON
Hermiston Sunday v isitin g his folks, W ashington.
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Mr, and Mrs. O. F. H edw all, who
live on the north hill.
From Spokane.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Gilbert of Pen-
llcton were v isitin g friends in Iler-
uiston Sunday.
Cream in the cream can ij jest like money
in your pocket. Replace the old cream-
wauer with a new McCormick-Deering.
From Alicel.
Casper Anderson o f A licel, Oregon,
John Haddox, Claude Haddox and moved onto his ranch located two
F, H. Morian left for S eattle and mites north of (own which h e pur­
other points W ednesday by motor.
chased about 2 years ago. Mr. An­
derson is Interested In farm ing and
Attend Show.
Intends to engage In poultry rais­
Herbert Hedwall, Grace Jackson. ing.
John Haddox, Ruth Bensel, Velma
Colpitts and Monte Hedwall motor­
From China.
ed to Pendleton Sunday evening to
Alton Hooke?, v ho has been w ith
ittend the show ‘‘H it the Deck.”
the United States Marines in China
rom Pendleton.
is worth real money these days
Move to Pendleton.
Dave M ittlesdorf and fam ily mov­
Mrs. Earl Bensel of U m atilla was
ed to Pendleton last week where
a Hermiston visitor W ednesday.
they w ill make their home.
James
Todd has moved into the house vaca­
Motor to Pendleton.
ted by MIttiesdorfs, where they w ill
Bob McReynolds and Ed McMillan
make their future home.
notored to Pendleton Sunday.
Motor to Seattle.
Blitter FafS-i
Employed at Bank.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barker are
Eric Byorkgren, of Elma, W n., Is I
m oving to the W. J. Warner house a new em ployee at the First N ation-]
on the east side the last of this week al bank.
where they w ill make their home.
Th y have been livin g at the Pearle
Dr. H. Curry, the S eattle E yesight
Pate home.
Specialist who has made professional I
visits to Herm iston for many years, I
w ill be here agaJn soon. W atch this |
M°ve to Columbia District.
H. O. McCulley and fam ily moved paper for date.— adv.
from the F. C. McKenzie ranch near
Hermiston to a ranch In the Colum­ Registered at Hotel.
bia district.
R. H. Kipp, Dr. Clark Black, E.
P. Dodd, John A. Buchlee, R. S. I
Beeler, E. W ilson and P. C. Webber.
Entertains Lunche°n Club.
Mrs. A. H. Norton entertained tho
Tuosday Luncheon club at her home From W alla Walla.
last Tuesday. Those present were
E. P. Dodd, real estate dealer of [
Mesdames Prime, McKenzie, Mc- W alla W alla and former resident of
Naught. Fraser, Durfey, H itt and Herm iston, Is in the city this week |
Warner. Honors were won by Mrs. attending to business Interests.
Prime and Mrs. Warner.
N icholas Codd of Spokane was in
Hermiston the first of the week
SA V E
Sales :: Exchange
Insurance
Have you any Real Estate
to List? I am prepared
to handle your property.
T H R IF T
OREGÓN hardware
IMPLEMENT CO.
SPORTING GOODS
For Sat. and Mon., March 15-17
— Complete Line of Sporting Goods—
Fishing Tackle, Ammunition, Guns
Cigars, Candies, Sandwiches
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Bars Crystal W hite Soap...............
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ST A M P S
SPECIALS
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Good Broom ........................
Snow Drift, 3 Pound Pall ...
Onion Sets, per Pound..........
R. C. TODD
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T H E ’ G R EE N
Come in and see these new
easy-turning, close-skimming,
easy-to-wash machines. W e
handle all fix s.ees—for one
cow or a hundred—in '
belt, or electric drive
Sold on deferred .
plan if desired. A tk
demonstration.
“Winter Tftne Is Jelly Tim e!” Say the Ladies
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HITT’S CONFECTIONERY
Barr’s New England Boiled Dinner ...
Hermiston, Ore
Peaches, Large Halvea, 2 1-2 Tina... .
HERMISTON
WE HAVE THE BEST FRUITS ANVEGETABLES THAT
MARKET SUPPLIES AND AT RIGHT PRICES.
THE
some new hats just in for men women and chiidren
TAnrEs
See that line of Shoes for $2.00. It w ill pay yon. Just the thing
PH O NE
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co.
COMPLETE PROTECTION
1— Life.
S— Perm anent Total
2-------Old A ge Income.
D isability.
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NORTON’S GROCERY
TUM-A-LUM TICKLER
¡Published in the interests of the people of Hermiston and vicinity by
I E TUM-A-LUM LUMBER CO.
Vol. 80
_____St- Paul- Minnesota, a State Fair jehy and jam champion.
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JJO U SE W IV F.9» in this vicinity dried-fruit jams, they use the one-
* * are taking up the new fad of minute “short boil“ method with fresh crops come in. Imagine these—
“winter jelly-making,” inquiry among bottled pectin, which Is the secret of A parfait of plain ice cream adorned
with orange marmalade. Layer cake
local groceri revealed today. Started many of the prire winning jams
with banana butter, pineapple, fig or
by a doctor’z wife in Kansas City, jellies at the great State Fairs,
this modernizing of Grandmother's cordmg to Mrs. L. H. Bates of raspberry jam filling. Apple charlotte;
art is spreading clear across the coun Komeo, Mich, champion cook and marmalade gingerbread, or apricot
roll. And good old bread pudding or
try. it is said.
canner of Michigan.
pancakes become thrillii< with jelly
Ah, well; times change. Once Mon­
Pectin Makes It Jell '
on them.
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day was the national wash day. But
Here are some nice suggestions!
Mother Nature hides pectin away
now the washing marhines make any
day do at well. Before, wtien the in uncertain quantities in most fruits Banana and cranberry jam ; orange
jam cupboard ran low in February, but its much easier to make jelly and pineapple jam; carrot marma­
March and April, you just sighed and from the concentrated fluid, which M lade; lemon and orange jelly; pine­
waited for the fresh fruit to come in. essential if you put up jelly from apple and strawberry jam ; rhubarb
Today modem wives replenish canned fruit. According to the col­ marmalade. And they say canned —
jam cupboards with delicious lege of agriculture of the University matocs make a more delicious relish
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the
and jams made from canned of California, the commercial pectins than fresh tomatoes if put
and dried fruits, bottled grape juice “can be fully recommended when used short boil way.
Grape Jelly
•nd apple cider—even honey, bananas, to improve the jellying properties of
carrots and horseradish. They also natural juices."
Also, using canned fruit, bottled
tiae such fresh fruits at arc ineap at
grape juice or cider is quicker. The
this time.
,
task takes only a few minutes.
Besides, they really prefer to put enure
V e may use a can of cherries, jeach-
up glasses of jellies and jams mar­
malades and relishes right now, be­ es, apricots, plums or berries—or a
Dried Apricot & Pineapple J a m ^
cause they have more time than in combination of them! If yon wish
you
may
serve
the
canned
fruit
for
summer when kitchens are steaming
supper—and use the juice left in the
MX—and they only have to put tip can
for making jelly.
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■ve to twelve glasses as needed. So
By putting up a quick batch, hontt-
aav the womenfolk who’ve tried it.
“ To make these winter jellies arid treepers don t need to go without —• JMM ssnw. «a»: M» nii-S SS
home-made fruit desserts until the pwsfla 5
kum» «a «s e » « s m . sta»«
Phone 331.
ENLARGE
H erm iston. Ore., March 8, 1930
EDITORIAL
Never hesitate to ask for advice—
everybody likes to give It.
Tbere Is no good know ing a thing
unit ss some one knows you know it.
Etylc experts say sh irts are to be
worn longer. S tyles in lumber don’t
change much but Jf you w ant short
wearing lumber don’t buy an y of
ours.
<- OUR CIRCLE OF FRIENDS
More good friends for Red A
W hite.
More folks savin g money,
savin g ttine'. securing greater M tis-
(agtion. you are invited to Join in
the circle.
No. 10
Mrs. Mabel Ralph is
her home th is week.
reshingling |
Specials Saturday-Mon.
All w inter we talked about Insulat­
ing again st th e cold. Now that su m -|
racr is approaching we w ill start talk­
ing about in su latin g against heat
It works all year round for your com-1
fort.
*Srunnny— the more tnsule-
tlon we sell, the lee« coal you w ill |
buy. W hy do we try to Mil It.
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R. A. Brownson, Editor.
A house to house salesman says]
be ow es h is success to the first tour)
words be says w hen a woman a n s-|
Repair and Remodel With
wvrs the door. W hich are, "la you r|
CELOTEX
Tew Room«, Attica, Garages,
mother In i
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B-'sementa, Chicken H ouks
Say boy. I’ve got a girl that has]
only been ktaeed by tw o parties.
PUZZLE SECTION
Yeah, I know them kind, by th e |
How m any tim es can 11 be sub­ Republicans and Democrats.
tracted from 99?
A Mind man saw It, a legless man
O. O. F eltbouse has been Improv-]
ran after It, a man w ith no a n a s »hot tag h is residence by p u ttin g la hard!
it. a th at man eulogised It. W hat la wood floors. T his adds m aterially I
It? See answ er at bottom of last col­ to the beauty and convenience of h is |
umn.
home.
Pears are not pit: •«
When you think of building
See the Turn A-Lum.
Eleven can be subtracted as many I
tim es as you want. Answer to p u t-]
ale.
I t a in 't anything; are just made |
It up.
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MATCHES
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LAYER CAKE
Chocolate ....
SFERRY PANCAKE FLOUR
2 Packages for _______ __
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