The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, June 21, 1934, Page 4, Image 4

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    agent, who recently made a check
up on this matter. Created wheat
grass made an excellent growth on
the Charles Crump ranch in South
Warner valley where it was planted
early In 1929 on a dry hillside, and
the wind had spread the seed and
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Newport of
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shaar motored
Attractive $1 dresses. Alma Ilitts new plants were coming.
Portland are visiting friends iw to Walla Walla Sunday where they Shop.
adv
Hermiston this week.
visited Mrs. Shaar’s parents.
DALLAS The largest planting of
Among business visitors from out- irrigated Ladino clover in Polk
Mr. and Mrs. Omar L. Babcock of
Mrs. Addle Dawson of Stanfield of-town this week were: Mr. and county is on the farm of W. T. Hoff­
Pendleton
were Sunday
dinner is employed at the Hermiston Hotel. Mrs. R. V. Jones, Irrigon; J. J.
man northeast of Independence,
guests at the C. E. Baker home.
Lorenzen and John P. Kirk, Pendle­ where 35 acres in a series of three
Meredith Wilkins Kahler of Se­ ton; Mrs. Joss Correa, Echo; Dan or four fields are irrigated from two
Chas. G. Burke was a Walla Wall» attle, Wn., is spending the summer Lindsay and C. Melville,
ington. pumping plants connected with Ash
business visitor last Friday.
with his grandparent», Mr. and Mrs.
creek.
Mr. Hoffman uses this as
Leonard Pearson.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Ray and pasture for his herd of 40 or more
Pure cane sugar, $4.93 cwt, Pay
sons Billy and Robert of Mabton, Jerseys.
’N Packit.
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Ladies’ hats at half price—noth- | Wn„ spent the week end with the
Ing over *1. Hurry while selections T. Claude Baker family. Miss Bar­ ECHO PLANS BIG FOURTH
Mrs. O. W. Payne left today
adv. bara Ray who has been visiting her
are good. Amsberry's.
Portland with Mr, and Mr*. I. R.
small cousins, Varney and Betty, OF JULY CELEBRATION
Petite of Umatilla, and will spend
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Throop are the returned with them.
(Continued from Page 1)
a week visiting relatives.
parents of a baby daughter, born
will box four rounds as will Harold
Friday, June 15, at the Hermiston
Brownson,
who
is
a
Mary
Miss
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Pankow and hospital.
Hoshino of Pendleton and Bud Hiatt
student at O.S.C., returned home
family returned today from Portland
of Echo. Other snappy preliminary
after
spending
a
week
in
Monday
where they had spent the forepart
Henrietta and Harriet Helms of
bouts are being arranged to make a
Grove,
Ore.,
as
the
house
Cottage
of the week vacationing.
full bill. An outdoor arena is being
Pine City visited friends In Hermis
guest of Miss Ruth Cherry.
constructed capable of seating a
ton Wednesday.
Try our 35c fried spring chicken
Jar rubbers, 6 packages, 24c. Pay thousand fight fans in comfort on |
Oranges, 2 dozen, 35c. Pay 'N
dinner. Hunter's Cafe.
adv.
adv this occasion.
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Packit.
adv
Packit.
The fireworks display will be
Jake
Hoffman
and
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Deeter and
staged
on the high hills just east
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Carson came two sons Alfred and Martin of Ka- of town, probably about 9 o’clock.
Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Christopherson
over
night
guests
lama.
Wn„
were
motored to Walla Walla Sunday through Hermiston the first of the
No expense haas been spared to
where they enjoyed golf and a swim week enroute to Diamond Lake near Friday at the J. Jendrzejewski home, make this one of the best exhibi­
while
visiting
friends
and
neighbors
in the natatorium.
Redmond, on a fishing trip.
tions of the kind seen in Western
in Columbia district.
Umatilla county for many years.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Moore and Mr.
Bob Henderson left, Sunday for
For those who do not care for the
Mrs.
W.
J.
Warner
entertained
the
Adams where he wills be employed and Mrs. Frank Pierson left
light event there will be a picture
Tuesday
afternoon
complimenting
for the summer on the Joe Hawkins first of the week for Elk Lake near
show in contingious performance at
Bend, Ore., where they will vaca- her daughter, Mrs. E. P. Schofield the Star Theatre and a jitney dance
ranch.
and
Mrs.
Henry
Wiswall
of
Van
­
tlon for two weeks.
couver, Wn„ who are her house will be in operation at the city hall.
Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Felthouse plan
Citizens of Echo will try to make
Try our 35c fried spring chicken guests. Four tables of bridge were it a pleasant occasion for the multi­
to leave the first of next week for
Mrs.
A.
H.
Norton
adv in play with
an extended vacation at EI Lake dinner. Hunter's Cafe.
winning high honors, and Mrs. Geo. ude of guests who are expected to
near Bend, and oher points In the
attend the celebration.
Story
consolation.
W. L. Teutsch, assistant county
Cascade Range.
i u w
agent leader from O.S.C., was the
*
Miss Gladys Swarner, daughter of
All spring and summer hats at house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Garnet
Mr. and Mrs. A. Swarner, who has t
COLUMBIA NEWS
half price at Amsberry’s.
adv. D. Best Wednesday night.
By Alice Hammer
been attending O.S.C. at Corvallis,
t
eturned
home
last
week
to
spend
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nellson‘and
Miss Clara Bryant who teaches
Mr. and Mrs. David Arnott were
daughter Jean of Dayton. Wn„ spent in Great Falls, Montana, arrived in the summer. She will register as a visiting friends In the Columbia dis-
the week end as house guest of Mr. Hermiston this week to spend the enior in education at the college | trict last Wednesday. They were on
and Mrs. C. D. Ellis. Mrs. Neilson Is summer with her sister, Mrs. H. T. his fall.
their way to Cove, Ore., where they
Mrs. Ellis' sister.
Fraser,
I plan to make their home.
Large lemons, 27c dozen. Pay
Joyce McCulley has been ill at
Miss Mildred Phelps accompanied
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Margaret McMullen. who has ’N Packit.
j
her
home for the past week. She
James Todd to Bend, Ore., last Sat­ been in Seattle for the past year, re­
s much improved now.
urday and will spend the summer turned to Hermiston Saturday and
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Osborn and
Helen Couture is employed near
with her grandmother, Mrs. Leilit will spend the summer with her Mr. Tom Wilson accompanied Ralph
‘endleton during the harvest season.
Phelps, who has a ready-to-wear parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McMul­ (rause to Walla Walla Sunda
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hooker and
shop there.
.here they visited at the home ol
len.
r. and Mrs. Ray Hubbs. Mrs. Hub- | Iarold Woodward spent the week
I nd at Wallowa Lake and Freewater.
Mr. and' Mrs. Wm. Bloom and
M. G. Hedwall, manager of the s is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Allan Struthers Is employed at
small son left Sunday for Seattle, Umatilla Co-operative Creamery, re­ Osborn and has a baby daughter
Wn„ where they will attend sunnier turned Wednesday from a week's va­ orn last week. Mrs. Wilson and M I ‘ilot Rock now. He visited at the
school at the University of Wash- atlon st coast points. While lu Osborn returned with Mr. Kra: s i tome of his uncle, Bill Struthers.
>ver the week end.
ington. They expect to return to Portland last Wednesday he attend Hit Mis. Osborn remained to retui
F. W. Lenz shipped out a carload
Hermiston about the first of Aug­ ed a meeting of Interstate Associa­ Tuesday with her daughter, . Mrs
f
early potatoes during the first
ust and will sail for Nome, Alaska, ted Creameries.
Iubert Richwine, from Kellogg
art of the week.
about the eighth or tenth, where Mr.
daho, who will visit until Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Reid, Barbara,
Bloom has a position as superinten­
Home made ice cream and cake
nd Mrs. Hayes left early Saturday
dent in the schools there.
will be sold Saturday night at
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES
lorning for Seattle where they will
booth next to Amsberry’s store, b
66OTod the Preserver of Man” was
ttend the commencement exercises
adv
the Legion Auxiliary.
U the subject of the Lesson-
t Washington State, at which time
5C
S ...ion in all Churches of Christ,
im Reid will graduate.
Mrs. Della Wilson of Oakland
Scientist, on Sunday, June 17.
Mr. Eichner of Pendleton was a
Calif., who has been the house guest
Among the citations which
inner
guest at the Baxter Hutchi-
comprised the Lezson-Sermon was
of Mra. L. C. Dyer for the past
in home Sunday afternoon.
HERMISTON. OREGON month, left for her home Thursday the following from the Bible:
Mrs. Coons, who has been visit-
“Yea, forty years didst thou sus­
First Show Start* 7:30
nornlng.
ig
at the H. A. Hooker home, has
tain
them
in
the
wilderness,
so
Second about 9:15
turned to her home in Connell,
that they lacked nothing: their
Fourth of July goods priced rea-
clothes waxed not old, and their
Vn.
Mrs. Coons is i a sister-in-law
adv.
tonably at Amsberry's.
FRIDAY - SATURDAY
feet swelled not” (Nob, 9:21).
f Mrs. Hooker.
The Lesson-Sermon also in­
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Norton visited
The Divine Schnozzola Gives
Mr. and Mrs. Garnet D. Best re­
cluded the following correlative
t the E. Rainwater home Friday
turned Sunday from Corvallis, Ore.,
passages from the Christian Sci­
His All!
fternoon.
ence textbook, “Science
and
where they had spent the week vi-
He’ll sing for ya! . . ; Emote for
Mrs. Tom Wilson went to Walla
Health
with
Key
to
the
Scrip
­
siting friends and attending the
ya! . . . Act for ya! ... In a
Valla Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
tures”, by Mary Baker Eddy:
4-H club summer school sessions.
drammer that hurts the appendix
t. E. Osborn and Ralph Krause.
“As the children of Israel were
I . ■ 4 (P
guided triumphantly through the
Elbert Hutchison and Juanita
Mrs.
A.
Bragg
and
daughter.
Mrs.
If you want to cry# rep
Red Sea, the dark ebbing and
arson were guests Sunday at the
Lucille
Gunn,
of
Los
Angeles,
Cal.,
Bring an onion. * s* to
flowing tides of human tetr,—as
axter Hutchison home. They re­
arrived Saturday and are visiting at
they were led through the wilder-
urned to Pendleton Sunday evening
the home of the former's sister, Mrs.
ness, walking wearily through the
Mrs. Barham and Childs Barham
F. E Sater, whom she had not seen
great desert of human hopes, end
ere
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
anticipating the promised joy,—
for 13 year*.
inder Sunday afternoon.
so shall the spiritual idea guide
all right desires In their passage j Orvfl Knotts was a visitor at the
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Fraser of
from sense to Soul, from a mater­
ester Hammer home Sunday.
Condi. near Soda Springs, Idaho.
ial sense of existence to tne spir-
Monday afternoon the Columbia
JIMMY DURANTE
Itusi, up to the glory prepared for
are visiting their parents. Mr. and
hool board held a meeting. Those
LUPE VELEZ
them who love God. Stately Sci­
Mrs. H. T. Fraser, and Mr. and
lected for the following year were:
4 MIIIS BROTHERS
ence pauses not. but moves be­
Mrs. B. S Kingsley. They left Thurs­
L Addleman, director and Henry
fore them, a pillar of cloud by
CARTOCN
COMEDY
day morning.
tt, clerk, It was also decided to
day end of fire by night, leading
ave three teachers for the coming
to divine heights” (p. 566).
Saturday Midnight Matinee
ear.
Mr and Mrs. A. W. Turnblad and
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hughes bad
RICHARD DIX
daughter Edna plan to motor to
3 their guests for Sunday afternoon
In
Emigrant Springs Sunday where !■■■■■■■■*!■■■■■■■■■*■
heir son and family, Mr. and Mrs.
they will join their daughter and | 4
WITH FARMERS AROUND
|
oren Hughes and children, from
family, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Decker | 1
THE STATE
.cachant. They returned home Sun-
and son Jimmie and daughter Jean,
tor a picnic lunch and outing. Jean
ROSEBURG- The third annual j ay evening.
SUNDAY - MONDAY
Dick Upham was a dinner guest
and
Jimmie
will
return
to
Hermis-
Douglas
county lamb show will be
MATINEE 2:30 SUNDAY
ton to visit Mr. and Mrs. Turnblad held at Roseburg June 15. sponsored | it the L. Hammer home Saturday
and Miss Edna will go to Union to | by the Douglas County Livestock ifternoon.
J. J. Couture and family went to
spend three weeks at the Decker I Grower*, according to J.
Roland
home.
Parker, county agent and secretary ondon Friday to attend the funeral
o fthe organization. Premiums to-1 of Mr. Couture's sister. She died at
tailing more than $150 are being of-1 The Dalles, but was taken to Condon
fered for the various classes, with for buriel, Mr. Blinston drove up
the committee in charge authorized with them.
Mrs. W. W. Felthouse, Mrs. Paul
to increase the premiums or extend
A glittering cast of stars includes
i ind Mrs. Willcutt were visitor* at
the
awards
if
the
number
and
quali-
DOLORES DEL RIO
BUYERS OF
ty of exhibits justifies. Sheepmen he Lester Hammer home last week.
GENE RAYMOND
POULTRY AND EGGS
Nina Rae McCulley spoke over
are being urged to exhibit only the
Ginger Rogers - Fred Astaire
M. M. Smith. Agent, Hermiston
highest quality fat market lambs, radio station KOAC at Corvallis last '
TANTALIZING TUNES BY
and to show none weighing ninety week during a 4-H club broadcast. >
Mrs. Buell attended the board
pounds, as lambs over this weight
VINCENT Y0UMAN8
are generally discriminated against nesting at Columbia school Monday. |
See them do the
A group of young people from
by buyers at this time of the year.
Columbia district attended a wetner
LAKEVIEW Crested wheat and i oast at the reservoir Saturday even-
Smooth Brome grass are apparently ing.
That tantalizing new Brazilian
OSTEOPATHIC
the only grasses to survive the past
Helen Couture is visiting at her
dance sensation that
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
few year* In most of the dry land home thia week. She plan* on re­
America melody-mad!
OSBORN APARTMENTS
forage nurseries in Lake county, ac­ turning to Pendleton next week.
CARTOON: “CUBBY’S PICNIC."
cording to V. W. Johnson, county where she will be employed.
Local Happenings
_
THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1934
THE HERMISTON HERALD, HERMISTON, OREGON.
PAGE FOUR
J. C. Leedy, president of the Ore­
gon Turkey Growers association and
| his son Clark were over night guests
home in Columbia district. Mr.
Leedy was attending the ann tai
|turkey meeting in Hermiston.
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