The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, January 31, 1935, Page 4, Image 4

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    THE HERMISTON HERALD, HERMISTON. OREGON.
PAGE FOUR
Mrs. B. Haneline and Mrs. E. P. WEST MEETS EAST IN
| Dodd were Pendleton visitor« Fri­
day, calling at the home of Mrs. WHEN A MAN SEES RED.”
Dodd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Al­
exander, who left Monday for Port­
Lovers of fast action stories of ad­
land to spend the remainder of the
winter with their daughter, Mrs. venture laid in rugged and pictur-
esque
settings of the far West will
Bertha Collins.
find this delightful combination in
Mrs. A. E. Marble accompanied Universal's “When A Man Sees Red"
John Serreli and son Don to Port­ which is coming Friday and Satur­
land Wednesday, where she visited day to the Oasis theatre with Buck
her son C. O. who is recup rating Jones in the starring role.
from a major operation in the Pori-
This is a story of a rugged and
land hospital. Mr. Serreli n I Don lean-fighting Western rowman who
expect to return Saturday, net Mrs. saves a foolish and stubborn girl
Marble expects to bring her # in home 'rom her own folly and, singlehand-
with her earlier in the week.
d, smashes a cattle rustling gang
Mrs. Alma Hitt was pleasantly whose leader tries to point the fing-
surprised on her birthday last ir of guilt at the honest man. Buck
Thursday when a number of her Jones, rugged portrayer of fast-act­
friends dropped In for an evening ion roles, is the cowman. The girl
of bridge. Among those present is Peggy Campbell, a newcomer to
were Mrs. Geo. Briggs, Mrs. H. T. the screen who, in her first picture,
Fraser, Mrs. B. S. Kingsley. Mrs. Ar­ is said to have proven herself a real
ietta White, Mrs. E. P. Dodd, Mrs. find.
Most of the picture was photo­
Wm. Shaar, Mrs. Georgia Hender-
son and Miss Mary Petri.
graphed in the beautiful country
Mrs. Julius Gimble entertained around Kernville, California, and
members of the Hermiston Union La­ for scenic beauty it is said the pic-
dies Aid at the regular social meet­ ture is unsurpassed.
ing Wednesday afternoon. Among
those present were Mrs. L. W. Doug-
Gladys Driscoll is taking a short
as, Mrs. J. A. Clarke, Mrs. C. R
Moore, Mrs. A. W. Turnblad, Mrs. acation from her duties at the Her-
Ralph Saylor, Mrs. J. B. Saylor, Mrs. .liston Hotel this week. Blanche
W C. Morehouse, Mrs. A. M. Smith. deeding is working during her ab­
Mrs. J. R. Harding and Mrs. A. Car­ sence.
ter.
Local Happenings
Mason Worthington Is now em­
Ross Newport was a business vis­
itor in town Saturday.
ployed at the Umatilla Cooperative
Creamery.
Mrs. J.
Clarke entertained
Rufus Lesles and Claude Myers of
members of the sewing club Thurs­
Boardman were Hermiston business
day afternoon at her home.
Hundreds of new Drees Buttons visitors Tuesday.
Mrs. Mathers Madison of Butter
at Amsberry’s. 10c a card.
adv.
Bob Harwood and Leslie Packard Creek was a Hermiston business vis­
of Boardman were Hermiston visit- itor Tuesday.
Mrs. E. A. Buskirk of Pocatello,
ors Friday of last week.
- ’
—il of Walla Walla daho, visited her daughter Mrs.
is + visiting her sister Mrs. Lenore oe Quick last week.
Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Felthouse were
Hudson this week.
F. B. Swayze returned the first business visitors in Pendleton Sat-
of the week from Portland after irday.
A silver tea will be given by the
spending a week there visiting Mrs.
M. E. Ladies Aid Wednesday, Feb-
Swayze.
Pendleton visitors Wednesday were uary 13. at the home of Mrs. M.L.
Jan.31 F-7
Mrs. B. S. Kingsley, Mrs. H. T. Fras- Watson.
Mr and Mrs. Frank Otto and
1er, Mrs. E. P. Dodd and Mrs. Wm.
laughter of Boardman were busi-
Shear.
Miss Laura Buskirk and Jack less visitors here Monday.
J. M. Dunning, circulation mana-
Buskirk of Pocatello, Idaho, were
guests of their sister, Mrs. Joe Ter for the East Oregonian in Pen-
lieton, was a business visitor here
Quick, over the week end.
Wednesday.
The Misses Mary Petri and Nor-
New House and Street Dresses,
ma Johnston were Sunday dinner 79c to $2.95, at Amsberry’s.
adv.
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
P. L. Jones, wire chief for the
H. K. Dean.
•acific Telephone & Telegraph com-
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Clarke and
any, of Pendleton, and C. A. Paul
daughter Maribelle, and Edmond vere business visitors here Wednes­
Briggs motored to Walla Walla Fri­ day.
EASTERN OREGON HELPED BY
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Longhorn
DROUTH SPRINGS AND WELLS.
Sat-
re the parents of a son born
Mrs. C. A. Paul and two daught
era Ethel Louise and Dora Lee oi irday, January 26. He has been
lamed Wesley Ralph.
Pendleton were calling on friends
The cooperative project by the
H. M. Sommerer motored to Pen-
in town Sunday.
lleton
Friday afternoon for Mrs. Drouth Relief service and the Ore
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kelley an<
ommerer who has been in the hos- gon SERA to provide wells and Im
daughter Cathlene Ann and Mrs. W
ital there. Mrs. Sommerer is great- proved springs in the drouth Strick
8. Boynton motored to Pendletcr
en eastern Oregon livestock countr
y improved.
Thursday morning where they vis
Levi Reeder spent Wednesday and resulted in the improvement of 3000
ited Mrs. Vane Boynton and infant
son of Echo, in St. Anthony's hos­ Thursday at his home here due to springs and the establishment of L6
a lay off of the railroad bridge gang. •veils, of direct benefit to 705 fami­
pital.
He returned to his work Thursday lies in 10 eastern Oregon countie:
according to a compilation just mill
night.
Ellis Moyer made a business trip by P. M. Brandt of Oregon State col
to Heppner Tuesday. He accompa­ 'ege, assistant drouth relief direc­
nied Harold Pace who Is operating tor for this state.
a parts truck for the Staats Motor
The permanent improvement of
Co., of Pendleton.
the water facilities over this vas
F.
R.
Moore
and
son
Jesse
motor
­
HERMISTON, OREGON I
area has been described as one of the
Two Shows—7 :15 - 9.00 P.M. I ed to Pendleton Saturday where best SERA projects yet attempted,
they visited Mary Ellis and Grandma and the efficient method by which
Ellis. "Grandma” returned to Her­ it was carried out under the direc­
miston with them in the afternoon tion of Ivan Oakes, district engineer
FRIDAY ■ SATURDAY
Miss Marian Henderson, who is for the SERA, has attracted much
FEB. 1-2
slowly recovering from typhoid fe­ attention, even outside of Oregon
ver, has resigned her position as according to reports received by
FRIDAY SPECIAL!
teacher in the third and fourth Professor Brandt. As soon as money
grades of the Boardman schools.
was received from the federal gov­
AMATEUR VAUDEVILLE
Miss Thelma Hetherington and ernment last July, ear-marked for
Mrs. Dave Mittlesdorf motored to this emergency work, crews of un­
Come Cheer for your Favorite.
Portland Friday, where they spent employed were put at the task with­
the week end visiting relatives.
out delay in counties which had been
A benefit card party will be given designated in whole or in part as
in the Stanfield Grange hall Fri.. drouth areas.
February 1. Tickets. 25c, include re­
BUCK JONES
Close cooperation was maintained
freshments. Pinochle, bridge, and hy the works division of SERA un­
"500.”
Ady der Burton Palmer, the county work
Mr. and Mrs. B. Haneline and committees, and the college, while
SEES
Miss Harriett Olson were Sunday the federal forest service supplied
day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. tents and equipment for the work-
RIP-SNORTIN’ drama!
Frank Gulwlts.
ers through arrangements made by
RED-BLOODDb thrills!
Mr. and Mrs. Vane Boynton are E. N. Kavanaugh, assistant regional
As only this six-shoutin‘ star of
the parents of a son born Saturday. forester.
County agents were all
the West can provide them for
January 28, In Ft. Anthony's hos- m the job, says Oakes.
you!
pital In Pendleton. He has beer
Springs and water holes improve­
named Richard Lynn. The Boyntons
ment was practically all done in the
CARTOON & COMEDY.
now live at Echo.
national forests, while the new wells
Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Moyer of Her
vere located on the public domain
nner visited their son Ellis Moye
>r in stock driveways where the
here Tuesday morning while en
SUNDAY - MONDAY
water is now available to all with-
route to Walla Walla on business.
n useable distance of each. In some
MATINEE 2:30 SUNDAY
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Hatton wer.
nstances a single well serves a rn-
Pendleton visitors Saturday night.
FEB. 3 - 4
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Warner re­ lius of 25 miles or more, Professor
turned Sunday from Vancouver Brandt reports.
A beautiful girl . . adrift In the
The project served to supply
Wn., where they visited their daugh­
South Seas Hunted by savages . .
ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. C 104,000 work hours for the unem-
Hounded by white men . . SAVED
ployed in the district, or enough to
Schofield.
BY LOVE!
Mrs. Wm. Luttrell is reported as provide 13,000 eight-hour days of
Improving from a recent operation labor. The cost for materials and
performed in Tacoma, Wn. She is equipment amounted to approxi­
now at the home of her daughter mately $53,000, while the Increased
alue of these permanent improve-
Mrs. M. H. Fisher, but has been ir
Tacoma for three weeks suffering nents to the territory is estimated
it more than $320,000. More than
from a throat gland infection.
Mr and Mrs. Guy Amsberry and i million and a quarter acres of
Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Christopherson range lands are affected by the im-
entertained at a joint bridge dinner provements, serving a livestock pop-
Sunday night at the Hermiston Ho­ dation of more than 23,000 head of
tel. In the valentine motif used, tall cattle and 5 75,000 head of sheep.
FILMED IN THE SAVAGE
red tapers centered each table. Iligh
Grant, Crook and Harney coun-
honors were won by Mr. and Mrs. ties receive the largest number of I
SOUTH SEA ISLANDS.
Neill Robertson, second high hon­ improved springs, while Harney and
ors hy Mr. and Mrs. F. C. McKenzie, Umatilla were the location of most |
CARTOON & COMEDY.
and consolation by Mr. and Mrs. B. of the new wells.
Haneline.
In Umatilla county 7 springs val- |
ued at $1,215, served 23 people; and |
999991090939999999999997979101790$ five wells valued at $25.000 served 1
0040%
20 people.
OASIS THEATRE
RE
FEBRUARY SPECIAL!
AS WE HAVE MADE A GOOD PURCHASE ON REPLACE-
MENT PARTS, WE ARE ABLE
TO
MAKE
ATTRACTIVE
::
PRICES ON MODEL A RECONDITION JOBS, DURING THE
MONTH OF FEBRUARY.
COME IN AND LET US FIGURE YOUR WORK.
PENNOCK’S Garage
YOU WILL FIND THE ROYAL TIGER LABEL IN THE CLOTHES
01 THOUSANDS OF MEN WHO ARE TOP-NOTCHERS.
UNFAILING IDENTIFICATION OF THE
LATEST
ITS AN
STYLE
AND
PERFECT PIT IN MEN'S CLOTHES.
Made to your order and your meas­
ure Choice of 47 fashions and 280
fabrics. See the new Air-Weight
Suitings. They cost NO MOKE
THAN READY-MADES
$21:5°
ava Frep896
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MEN'S
STORE
THE STORE OF QUALITY & PERSONAL SERVICE
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By Mrs. Dan Ransier
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mackan re­
reived news of the death of Mr.
Mackan's father, J. L. Mackan of
Rochester, Wn„ this week. Mr. and
Mrs. Otto Mackan of La Grande
stopped in Boardman Sunday for Mr.
and Mrs. Mackan who accompanied
them to Rochester to attend the
funeral which was held Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ransier, Mrs.
Paul Smith and Mrs, Olive Attebury
motored to Arlington Wednesday of
last week on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ransier left |
Monday for Pendleton where they
expect to stay for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Marlow and
son Loren visited Sunday with Mrs. I
Marlow’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Hadley and family.
Jim Farley of Heppner visited his
father and brother over the week
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A dance was given at the home of
Mr and Mrs. C. W. Kruse Saturday
A bridal shower will be held at
the home of Mrs. T. E. Messenger
Miss Vera
next Friday, honoring
Lubbis.
Miss Esther Jones is staying with
Maxine Mackan while her parents
are In Rochester, Wn„ this week.
Mrs. Aaron Agee Is staying in the
Ransier home while they are In Pen­
dleton this week.
Peter Sievin Is home from the
hospital this week.
The next Grange council will be
held In Irrigon the first Saturday In
February.
Mrs. Esther Knght and son are
visiting relatives in Boardman this
Mrs. Brice Dillabaugh was a Her-
miston visitor Monday.
EUGENE NEWSPAPER
Dr. A. C. Willcutt
PRESS CONFERENCE.
OSTEOPATHIC
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
(Continued from Page 1)
mo nd Spokesman and honorable
mention was won by the St. Helens
Sentinel-Mist, and the Newberg
Scribe. The Hal E. Hoss trophy,
awarded to the best newspaper in
cities of under 1000 population, was
taken by the Redmond Spokesman;
Second place went to the Malheur
Enterprise and honorable mention
to the Myrtle Point Herald and the
Stayton Mail.
Large newspapers throughout the
country were severely criticized for
failing to express honest opinion on
present day conditions, in an ad­
dress by Col. Guy T. Viskniskki, ef­
ficiency expert now at work on the
Morning Oregonian In Portland.
"Editors must express their opin­
ions, without fear or favor of sub­
scription lists or others, or the very
freedom of the press will be im-
perilled," he declared.
Col. Viskniskki cited the fightin
spirit that characterized weekly
newspapers a generation ago, and
called for a similar spirit for news­
papers of today. "President Roose­
velt has said he invited criticism,
and I believe he meant t,” said Col.
Viskniskki. “If there is to be no
criticism, then freedom will vanish
In this country, as it has in other
where the press has been throttled.”
ORANGES Fan
Medium Size
OSBORN APARTMENTS
- Medium Size
M OATS
Package
DANCE
DOG FOOD
Westland
SCHOOL HOUSE
Iodized
Plain
SATURDAY NIGHT
10 Pounds
and Cream Can
COFFEE - - - - Pound
CHASE & SANBORN
COAL OIL----- 5 Gallons
High Grade
SPRING TIME PRINTS
New Shipment - Just In
Feb. 2nd
MUSIC BY MERRYMAKERS
Admission 50c
.79
SAFEUAY STORES
a 20"
fu ......' as
•
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Prices Effective
Ginned
6 Days
OF MONEY SAVING VALUES!
Feb. 1st
Feb. 7th
TO
COMPARE OUR PRICES!
See Our Variety
Save Money during this Canned Goods Sale
Walnut Meats
i
Dark Meats in Halves and Pieces.
An Exceptional Value.
HOMINY 75c 3can 19c
S aur K raut
3-49C
P ineapple
3 35C
G rape F ruit
S un L aden P eas - 3 -29c
665C
SALMON
VAN CAMP’S
No. 300 Size Can
DOZEN CANS
29c
POUND
Roseware Oats
2% SIZE CANS
DOZ. CANS $1.47
Quick or Regular
27c
LARGE PACKAGE
MATCHED SLICES
2% SIZE CANS
Swansdown
FLORIDA
CAKE FLOUR
CANS
NO. 2 CANS
K.C. Bak’g Powder
At a New Low Special Price!
FANCY ALASKA
1 LB. CANS
Tuna Fish
MID-PACIFIC
FLAKES
PER CAN
Catsup
YOLO BRAND
14 oz. Bottles
10c
BOTTLE
NOB HILL
COFFEE
GROUND FRESH!
2 “ 49c
lie
Flour
SAFEWAY’S
Family Flour
49 Lb. Bag
$1.69
Milk
PE.
Tomato Juice 4 ans 25c
Campbell’s • 10 os. cans
PHONE 241
Cocoa
OUR MOTHER’S
LB. CAN
Airway T- 59c
Sugar
Soap
PRICED LOW
FOR THIS SALE.
PURE CANE
Every Can Guaranteed
10 Lb. Cloth Bag
2
P. & G. Whit
Laundry
Peanut Butter Bulk LB. 15c
Clams Xhed.nh:
Oysters cans 2 Cans 25c Fig Bars Peltesn" Lb. 10c
@g ADEPEN- 12 LB. er. 12 LB
JDFADABLE BLACK GOC GREEN 19c
Asparagus
14c
Walla Walla - No. 1 tall cans —a—
PUREX 12 GAL. JUG 19c
Tomatoes Can
2 * Size Cans
23c
MATCHES WESTERN
6 Boxes
Peaches 2 Cana 206 CAMAY ^I p 3 Bars 14c
Libby's - 12 Size Cans
VI
Pineapple
2 “can —
200
Libby’s Fancy Sliced
Onions 10 Lbs. 25c
Lemons saa con Doz 19c
35C
50 OZ. CAN
FEDERAL BRAND
Tall Cans
4 CANS ...............
CASE $2.89
*7*
Shortening
4 Carton 400
ARMOUR'S - White Cloud
“ "
27c
Regular Size
PACKAGE .
CANS
18
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1935
Cheese
—PUT X —P—
53c
cream
POUNI
Macaroni
2Eo
34 oi. Cello Package
Red Beans
Idaho Re-cleaned
White Beans 5
B
Lbs.
27c
Fancy
Blue Rose
OATS ÑX 9 sag 49c
FARINA
9 Bag 45c
Collins'
“We.
Pancake Flour
Carnation - 4 Lb. Bag
250
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