The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, April 17, 1930, Image 4

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    r g g HEBMISTOW HJCRALD. HEHMI8TON, O&BttOJT.
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icon bridge was played with Mr«
Former Pa»t°r Here.
( Kate Robertson winning high honors
Mr. R. Gallaher former pastor of! :>nd Mra. Thomas Fraser winning
the Methodist church, was in Ilerinis-1 second.-
ton Friday and Saturday, visiting '
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friends.
Leaves f®r San Francisco.
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| Mrs. H. J. Belscamper left Her­
miston Tuesday night for San Fran
Portland Visitors.
Mrs. Ralph Richards and Mrs. H. | cisco where she will receive medical
E. Hitt were visiting In Portland over treatment,
the week end.
From Portland.
R. C. Bradshaw and P. Powers of
Portland were in Hermiston Tuesday
working In the Interest of the candi­
dacy of George Joseph, republican
candidate tor governor.
From Joseph.
F. G. McCully of Joseph, Oregon,
and field representative of the World
War Veterans’ State Aid Commiss
Ion, was in Hermiston Saturday look­
ing after business Interests.
All Teachers Rehired.
ithe v I ter wlth Mr*. J- H. DeMoss
Word was received that all the'has returned to/the valley where she
teachers at Pine City, Including ■ will visit with relatives.
Ralph V. Jones, principal. Maxine | Cha*. Kalfle|. iorlller re, | dent of
Stanfield. Georglanna Briggs and Hermiston. Is on the project this
Mrs. Audra White, had been re­ week and he and Mr. J. D. Harrah
elected and their contracts signed are busy preparing the remainder of
for next year.
their bees and equipment for ship­
ment to Charlo, Montana. They will
Home for Spring Vacation.
load out a carload from Stanfield on
Gerald and George McKenzie, sons Wednesday. Besides what they are
of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. McKenzie, «hipping from here they are getting
who are attending Columbia Univer­ -’ 50 two-pound packages of bees to
sity in Portland, are home for the add to their apiary. Their principal
spring vacation whish lasts a week. pasture Is alafalfa. The bees are Just
beginning to work on the dandelions,
Dinner Guest.
their first spring flower. Mr. Kaiser
Mrs. C. C. Durfey was a dinner motored down and he and Mr. Harrah
guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. will take back a truckload of goods.
T. H. Fraser Sunday evening, after
which they attended the show in
EASTER SERVICES AT
Pendleton.
"Let us go up unto the House of
the Lord” on Easter. O. W. Payne,
pastor.
Baptut-Christian Church.
There will be an Easter Sunrise
prayer meeting at 6 o’clock A. M. at
the Baptist-Christlan church. April
20, with a waffle breakfast at 7 A.
M Sunday school will be held at 10
A. M., while we will worship with the
Methodists at 11 A. M. Union egg
hunt after church services and a un­
ion basket dinner at 1 P. M. Mr.
and Mrs. G. L. Drill will conduct the
afternoon meeting which will start
at 2:30 P. M. Come and hear the
special music. C. E. at (:3 o P. M.
We invite the community. Bring
your baskets and enjoy the day.
THE METHODIST CHURCH
From La Grande.
C. B. Jennings of La Grande, was
W r guarantee
You will be welcomed to the Easter
Leave for Condon.
a Sunday visitor in Hermiston calling
From Hood River.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Little left
worship
services
next
Sunday
at
t a s a tis fy yaw
The Misses Teresa Gehnart and Saturday morning for a short visit on friends.
eleven o’clock. The same character­
Nan Cranna, teachers in the Hood with relatives and friends in Condon.
w han w a ac­
istic service of the Easter season will
Portland Visitor.
River school, arrived on Wednesday
prevail.
The
choir
will
be
prominent
cept your order
Mrs. Leila Phelps spent four days
to spend the rest of the week with
of last week visiting relatives and with its anthems and the baptlslmal
their sisters, the Misses Clara Cch- Return» From E*»t.
f a r p r in tin g .
service for babies while the mrning
N. R. Mueller returned to Hermis­ friends in Portland.
nart and Catherine Cranna.
They
sermon will be on ’’The Contempor­
ton Monday night from the ea
remained here until Friday when the where he spent the winter
ary Christ.”
From Goldendale.
Misses Gehnarts went to Yakima for
Mrs.
Harry
McMillan,
of
Golden-
the week-end while the Misses
dale, Washington, has been visiting
Cranna spent the week end In Pen­ From Astoria.
Emil
Peterson
of
Astoria,
at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
grand
dleton. Miss Teresa Gehnart an d .
Mrs. J. S. Scott. She returned to her
Miss Nan Cranna returned to Hood “’88teir of W d FeIIow’
COMPLETE PROTECTION
River Sunday
Hermiston the first part of the week. home at Goldendale Monday,
1— Life.
3— Permanent Total
4 —Sickness.
2------ Old Age Income.
Disability.
5— Accident.
From Pendleton.
Former Resident» Here.
JOHN HADDOX,. 114 E. Bluff
Pendleton, Ore. Ph<>ne 196M
Roy Temple, of Pendleton, eastern
Mr. and Mrs. E, P. Dodd and
$
MINNEHAHA NEWS NOTES
daughters Isabelle and Ruth, former Oregon manager of the Sunset Truck
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residents now of Walla Walla, were line, was In Hermiston Tuesday.
visiting frleit's in Hermiston Frday.
(Grace Rodda, Correspondent)
Opcrftted on for Appendicitis.
Edith Mlkesell, daughter of Mr.
Miss Lois Jackson who is working I
Portland Visitor.
and Mrs. W. A. Mlkesell, was oper­ in the savings department of the
Mrs. Jack Sigler is visiting in ated on at St. Anthony’s hosDltal
First National bank at Portland, is
Portland this week.
Pendleton Monday morning for
»- home for her spring vacation. She
’’cndicltl*. She is getting along nice­ came home last Saturday and will re­
From Condon.
ly.
turn next Sunday.
Frank Silvcy, wheat operator at
Among those who are out of school
Crab Louis or Fruit Cocktail
Condon, Is in Hermiston for tho sum­ Leaves for Lewiston.
with the measles this week are Pat­
mer as be intends to farm his ranch
Olives
Fresh Tomatoes
Sliced Pickles
■Miles Beasley, who has been spend­ ricia Richards of Butter creek and
on the Butter creek highway. Roy ing the winter at tho George Wag­ Mary and Frank Rodda of Minne­
Chicken Broth w ith Rice
Silvey, also of Condon, Is in this city ner home, left Wednesday morning haha. Patricia attends the Stanfield
Choice of:
for a few days, after which he will for Lewiston. Idaho, where he will school.
Swift’s
Premium,
Candied Sweet Potatoes
return to hlB home.
be employed during the summer.
Mrs. M. T. Matott and children
Fried Chicken. Cream Gravy
Rosella and Vance were in Pendleton
From Umatilla.
Tenderloin Steak. Mushroom Sance
Friday.
Works at Transfer Office.
Mrs. Earl Rcnsel of Umatilla was
Bill Reynolds Is temporarily em­
L. D. Buhman made a business trip
Pineapple Sherbert
an all day visitor at the home of Mr. ployed at the Transfer office, taking to Lewiston, Idaho, the first of the
Mashed Potatoes
Scalloped Corn
and Mrs. Fred Barker Saturday.
the place of H. A. Pankow, who is week.
Head Lettuce. Thousand Island
Hot Rolls
'onfined to his home on account of
Georgia Thom visited with friends
illness.
Leaves for Murray, Iowa.
Choice
of:
in Pendleton over the week-end.
W. L. Hamm left Monday after
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Oart of La-
Peach Mousse with Cake
noon in response to a telegram of his L°ad of New Fords.
Grande are visiting at the Matott’s
Pumpkin
Pie with Whipped Cream
father's critical condition, for Mur
Rohrman Motor Company received On Thursday they will go to Heppner
Apple
Pie w ith Cheese
ray, Iowa.
a shipment of new Fords last Satur­ and will be accompanied by their
Tea
Coffee
Milk
day,
! little grandson, Vance Matott.
From Prtland.
Pete Sheridan of Butter creek un-
Lois Jackson who Is employed at Drives TTsw Car.
Iderwent a tonsil operation at St.
a bank In Portland, Is here on a short
A. C. Houghton, secretary of the 1 Anthony's hospital Friday. He Is
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Wfst Extension Irrigation district, is! getting along nicely,
E. L. Jackson, who live In the Min ilrivng a new Chevrolet coach p u .-| Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Jackson were
nehaha district.
■hnsed from the Black and White Pendleton vieltors Monday.
garage this week.
Mrs. Elizabeth Gage who has spent
From La Grande.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Waller and
THE BE8T QUALITY MEATS AT r K ICES THAT WILL FROVE
TROY LA U N D R Y
daughter Jean who used to reside in
FH ONE 1 9 • J
W E CAN SAVE YOU MONEY.
Hermiston, but now live In Ln
Oregon Hardware & Implt. Co.
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co.
SP O R T IN G G O O D S
— Complete Line of Sporting Goods—
Fishing Tackle, Ammunition, Guns
Cigars, Candies, Sandwiches
B o ld Brrmiaton
Bprdal Canter Stiuter-
Grande, were visiting at the O. O.
Felthouse home over the wek-end.
Fr®m Montana.
Mrs. W. L. Cutler and two child
ren of Troy, Montana, arrived ln
Hermiston Monday where they will
spend the next month visiting with
Mrs. Cutler's parents, Mr. and Mrs
R. C. Dellaven.
K ECK B A R B E R S H O P
LATEST BOBBING
R E D W H IT E 1
Baby Girl.
A baby girl was born to Mr. and
Mra. Cleve Clark at Bt. Anthony’s
hospital ln Pendleton Wednesday
morning.
From Irrigon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
daughter Dorothy were
visitors Friday.
PORK ROAST Hams, Bacon
Lb. 25c
Lb. 30c
POT ROAST
Lb. 23c
SAUSAGES
Lb. 25c
My Motto:
•‘ Q U A L I T Y and S E R V I C E ”
A. W. TURNBLAD
PHONE 411
The Owner Serves—The Buyer Sa ci
Courteous service, Quality Grocer­
ies, Lower Prlcea, Owner Service—
these are the foundation of Red ft
White Grocory Service. More for
your money— More In Quality, Quan­
tity, Service and Satisfaction.
Special Easter Dinner.
The Hotel Oregon Is planning a
special dinner for Easier Sunday Apr.
20. Everyone come uud Bee for
themselves.
SPECIALS
For Sat. and Mon., April 19-21
Specials Saturday-Mon.
Visits Family.
Fred Barnhcart spent Bunday with
hla family here. Ho Is employed on
his brother's ranch near Pendleton.
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Apr. 19-21
RED A WHITE COFFEE
Dependable, fresh. Pound ...............
Serves <»n Jury.
H. J. Ott, who was serving on lh-
Jury at Pendleton, came home last
Sunday but returned Monday to re­
sume hla duties at court.
HAMS— MILD CURE
Pound .............
RED A WHITE SOUP
With 2 Cans Free— 6 for .......
Maks Trip to Boardman.
H. A. Hooker and son. Lou, nisdi.
a business trip to Boardman Tuesday1
last.
CARNATION V t TEAT (W ith Prem.)
iArgo Package .................................
RIPE OLIVES
Misión Variety— 1 for
I»
40c
35c
60c
39c
43c
HERMISTON
per plate
HERMISTON MEAT MARKET
NORTON’S GROCERY
Isom and
liennliiton
Entert*im With Luncheon.
Mrs. C. C. Durfey a.id Mre. W w.
Felthnure were hostesses for a ch' rrn
Ing luncheon and bridge parly given
at the Hotel Oregon Saturday after­
noon at 1 o’cloek. with 18 guests In
attendance. The dining room and
’ «hhv were beautifully dtroroled
with ferns, lilacs, apple blossoms and
bridle wreath. The luncheon con­
stated of chicken naiad, scalloped
corn, fresh io-natocs. cottage rh'ew.
pickles, hot rolls. Jam, roenanut
pustsrd pie and coffee. After lunc’u-
SHAVING
HITT’S CONFECTIONERY
CARNATION WHEAT, No Premium..................... . .......... ............— 33c
CAR NATION 6 at S. NO Premium..........- ........................ .............. 33c
OÛ«.
16 POUNDS SUGAR ....................................... .......
SUN MAID RAISINS, Puffed or Reedies*. 3 for ............. .......- ...... . 25c
COLD BAR SALMON, TALL.................................
Straw Hats
... ARE NOW IN FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN— BOTH
WORK AND DRESS. SEE OUR LINE.
THESE ARE PRICED
RIGHT.
A NEW LOT OF LADIES DRESSES AND HATS JUST ARRIVED.
T U M -A -L U M TICKLER
Published in the interest* of the people of Hermiston and vicinity by
THE TUM-A-LUM LUMBER CO.
— AGENTS FOR—
F a in ts
Voi. 30
RED&WHITE
.... ....... « ..i y ". " - " , .
STORES
H l R M l i T O N ’i
M O U W
O F Q U A L IT Y A M D H I R Y l C i '
V arn ish
No. 1<
Now, everyone isn’t able to throw
dollars around and we all are not eo
Scotch that we have to look for them
Many, many men have pulled it but after they are lost. If you want to be
Adam was the only one to speak the sure that your dollars are not being
truth when he said: ‘‘You’re the only thrown away In buying building
material or fuel, Just come to us for
woman for me,”
full value.
R. A. Brownson, Editor.
Add summer comfort to your home
Gerald— I have a bone to pick with — celotex and a screen porch.
you.
If you go to the mountain* In the
Geraldine— Is that why you are
summer
you will want a summer cot­
scratching your head?
tage. W)e have plans of several.
EDITORIAL
In order to detect which aide of
Something new for Hermiston: An
Auction Sale Saturday at the old the bread Is buttered, we offer the
following test:
Simply drop the
Tum-A-Lum yard.
bread and see which side hit* the car­
pet. It ha* never failed on * mil­
Sandy: "I want to speak to the lion rug*.
spirit of George W ashington.”
Medium: "I have him now.”
It is about fly time. Screen doors
Sandy: "Ask him where the dollar and window screens should be put up
landed that he threw across the now to protect thfe health of the fam­
Potomac river,”
ily.
T h e B -H C o lo r H a r m o n y
S electo r h elp s y o u c r e a te
fr ie n d ly
r o o m s ...
• ..F re n c h buff w all*,
azure blue woodwork,
Chinese red furniture
and incidental touches
o f o rch id and forest
green w ill make this
*un room a delightful
■pot in which to relax
or chat.
T h ia com bination is
<neofmauyoatheB-H
In te r io r C o lo r H a r-
n o n j Selector. Its fo rm la a co lo rfu l disc over wM rh
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vofoea a slotted m ash t h m
My.
pear tested color combination*.
But don’t w ait to be ready to psfot.
Let us show you this practical device
now -also its
colorful exteriors,
171
CHAIN
Phone 331.
Hermiston, Oregon, April 17, 1930
DID YOU EVER TRY OUR MONARCH CATSUP; IF NOT YOU
SHOULD. OH, BO GOOD, AND ONLY 16C FOR THE LARGE
BOTTLE.
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