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THE HERMISTON HERALD, HERMISTON, OREGON
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY T, 1936
The law requires the collector to them out until auch an early our.
Dr. H. C. Curry, the Seattle op­ WEE SHIRLEY TEMPLE
prepare auch form, and add $5.00
tometrist who has made professional
The household is i a turmoil, and
to the tax in any case where the is added to when the Doctor re­
visits to Hermiston for 25 years and HERE IN NEW FILM.
taxpayer falls to file it. To avoid appears demanding to know where
is known for good optical work at
Shirley Temple—most sensational this additional expense taxpayers his wife is and why she has not re­
reasonable prices, will again be at
the Hotel Hermiston Friday, Feb­ film discovery of the year—will be are urged not to fail to file Form turned home. Following closely his IVORY SOAP
4 for
ruary 15, for one day. Eyes exa­ seen at the Oasis theatre Friday and 1094 with each income tax return. arrival, is the true Mrs. Cokes,
8. H. Barnard, formerly of Her­
Tom Jensen injured his hand ear­ mined. Glasses ground and fitted.ad. Saturday in her latest picture.
Corporations in existence during Sylvia Shutter, who breezes in ready
can
miston, and lately of Freewater, was ly this week while doing some plast­
'Bright Eyes.”
1934 must file corporation income to collect her husband’s insurance. TOMATO JUICE ■ 1
Mrs. C.
Jackman and A. T.
“Bright Eyes” was conceived as tax returns, even though no busi­ The doctor cares for the suicide pa­ Campbell’s
a local visitor Thursday while en­ ering and has been unable to work.
Kauffman were pleasantly surprised
route to his home at Everson, Wn.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Jackson were on their birthdays last Tuesday a Shirley Temple vehicle by Davin ness was transacted or income re­ tient, who, fortunately has taken
SALMON - 18 - 2 for
J. M. Biggs of La Grande was a Walla Walla business visitors Tues- evening at the Kauffman home. Butler, who directed the film. The ceived. Especial care should be some of Mother Bean's sugar water.
story
was
suggested
to
him,
it
is
business visitor here Wednesday. He day.
used In the case of such Inactive cor­ To complete the puzle, the doctor's
Cards were the diversion of the even­
6 boxes
repored that a heavy fog was hang­
Miss Emogene Paul is visiting her ing. Among those present were, the said, by a real-life incident occur­ porations to see that Form 1094 ac­ wife appears through the main en­ MATCHES
ring at a commercial airport near companies the return when filed, as trane to question her husband.
ing over the Blue Mountains.
parents in Pendleton this week.
honor guests, C. A. Jackman and
Los Angeles.
the law leaves no alternative for the
Pictures and Frames, low priced amily, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Kauff-
The crazy taxi driver is revived,
Once more James Dunn is cast as
at Amsberry’s.
adv nan, Mr. and Mrs. Knapp. Mr. and Shirley's leading man. Jimmy ap­ collector other than to prepare the and tells all about the wild ride, PEACHES - 2‘s - can
Miss Helen Cowgill, state 4-1) Mrs. Dick Jones and Mr. and Mrs. peared as her daddy in “Stand Up form and assess the $5.00 addition­ which clears Adam of all guilt.
al charge so provided in the Act.
girl*’ club leader, met with groups Ed Kauffman.
Entertainment between acts was INSTANT POSTUM
and Cheer” and “Baby, Take a Bow.”
Mrs. Roy Hale and Mrs. Dewey
Large Can
of girls at the school house Wednes­
furnished by Melvin and Bruce Fol­
Preview audiences in Hollywood ACTION TOPS “ADAM’S
lett and Ed Peterson, who presented
HERMISTON, OREGON day in the interest of organizing rindstaff entertained at auction are said to have greeted "Bright
Each
BROOMS
bridge last Friday night in the spac­ Eyes” as the finest and most heart­ EVENING’’ IN SCHOOL PLAY
clubs.
musical selections, and by Bill Lin­
Two Shows— 7:15 - 9:00 P.M.
dner who gave a vocal solo, accom-
Boardman business visitors in ious home of Mrs. Hale. The St. warming picture in which Shirley
(Continued from Page 1)
panied at the piano by Fern Lind­ GLOVES
town Tuesday included Frank Bar- Valentine motif was used and bright has been seen. A human, compelling her and
FRIDAY - SATURDAY
-
forced her to remain in the
low. Mrs. Gladys Fortier, and Mrs. ed candles centered the tables. story, that at moments brings the house while they gave her something ner.
FEB. 8 9
14 oz. Red Top
Ugh honors went to Miss Mary tears, is combined with thrills that
S. C. Russell.
MATINEE 2:30 SATURDAY
Petri and second high to Mrs. Ar­ will chill the spines of any audi­ to quiet her nerves. During her stay
PRUNES • - - 3 Pounds
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Gordon
Ferris
are
she sees Dr. Faroni, who calls to
America’s Dimpled Darling
ietta
White.
Out-of-town
guests
in
­
ence.
So
runs
the
advance
report.
now making their home in apart-
see Mrs. Bean, and at the first op­
SHIRLEY
The supporting cast includes Jane portunity breaks the news to Adam
mente at the Joe Dyer residence. cluded Mrs. A. Cunha and Mrs. Haw­
PINEAPPLE - - - 2 cans
ley
Bean
of
Echo.
Darwell, Lois Wilson, Judith Allen, that he is her husband. But not be­
Mr. Faries is teaching in Columbia
Broken Sliced
A
series
if
two
dessert
contract
Theodore von Eltz. Dorothy Christy, fore the doctor slyly intimates to
school,. filling the vacancy left by
in
the resignation of Dwight Mahoney. bridge parties were given last week Jane Withers, Charles Sellon, Bran­ Adam that he has spent the great­
OVALTINE - 50 oz. size
E. James Cain, at one time pastor at the home of Mrs. Ralph Richards don Hurst and Walter Johnson.
er part of the night with a beauti­
of the Baptist church here, was or­ on Butter Creek, when Mrs. Rich­
ful actress patient.
TOILET TISSUE - 3 for
She will walk from the screen
dained two weeks ago in the Third ards and Mrs. Neill Robertson enter­ OLD GYPSY FOLK DANCE
The plot thickens and matters be­
WALDORF
tained,
Friday
and
Saturday
after-
and
SAVE
MONEY
Baptist church in Portland, togeth­
into your heart . .
come more and more complicated,
STEPPED IN “CARAVAN”.
er with his brother-in-law, Geo. noon. Spring flowers brightened the
as one small lie grows into an un- Dr. Curry, the old Reliable
OYSTERS - - 2 cans for
tables. On Friday high honors were
FRIDAY SPECIAL!
Marris.
American screen audiences will surmountabie one.
won
by
Mrs.
H.
T.
Frazier,
and
sec
­
Optometrist
of
Seattle
AMATEUR VAUDEVILLE
J. C. Leedy, manager of Oregon
At the height of action Mr. Cokes,
lave their first glimpse of a real
PUMPKIN ■ 2 cans for
Turkey Growers’ Cooperative, and H. ond high by Mrs. B. Haneline. On Czardas in “Caravan," Erik Charell’s as Geo. Knapp, appears wearing a who has made professional visits
SATURDAY NIGHT—
to Hermiston for 20 years, will
E. Cosby, Extension Poultryman Saturday high honors went to Mrs spectacular musical romance for Fox floral wreath around his neck, de­
again be at the
from O.S.C., discussed feeding and D. M. Deeter and second high to Film, coming to the Oasis theatre on manding to know who said he was
Free photos of Shirley Temple
POST TOASTIES - 3 for
management problems with poultry­ Miss Mary Petri.
dead; who sent the wreath; and
to adulti.
Sunday and Monday.
men here Wednesday at the city li­ %
who
sent
the
undertaker
for
his
A brilliant cast performs this ro­
PLUS SHORT FEATURES.
brary.
mantic love story of the Tokay wine body? Then he asks for his wife, ev­
PALM OLIVE - 4 for
UMATILLA NEWS 1 harvest. Charles Boyer, continental en though he has not seen her for
New line House Dresses at Ams-
By Louise Byrnes
SUNDAY ■ MONDAY
adv.
berry's.
star, appears as a dashing Gypey two years. At this point Mother
COFFEE-------- 1 Pound
FEB. 10 - 11
Mr. and Mrs. Charles I. Perkins
Monday evening the Umatilla Red- musician and Loretta Young is a Bean tries to produce the wife but
for one day
Maxwell House
MATINEE 2:30 SUNDAY
and son Cecil left Monday night for men defeated the Pasco team by a gay countess. Other principals are finds only a crazy man in the bed­
Eyes
Examined
—
CRISCO
------- 3 Pounds
Eckley, Colorado, where they will 30-41 score.
Jean Parker, Phillips Holmes and room who has taken poison in an at­
YOURS— The rapture of its lovely
Glasses
Ground
and
Fitted
—
make
their
home.
They
have
been
tempted
suicide.
The
crazy
man
is
Louise
Fazenda,
while
such
distin
­
Mrs. A. A. Croisant of Portland
music!
living on the North Hill for the past spent the week end with her hus- guished players as Eugene Pallette. none other than the taxi driver,
In spite of sharp advances—
Prices Based on Present Con
YOURS— The intoxication of its
year.
We keep the prices down.
hand. Mr. Croisant is the princi- C. Aubrey Smith. Charley Grapewin played by Geo. Sale, who had taken ditions.
reckless romance.
Mrs. Wm. Griffith plans to leave pal of the Umatilla schools.
and Noah Beery are assigned to Adam and his lady friend on such a
Friday for Vale, Ore., where she will
wild ride the nicht before, keening
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. McCullough strong roles.
make her home, after spending the spent Monday in Pendleton.
with
greater part of the past four years
Pre-showing of 1935 Frigidaire.
J. T. Jones of La Grande visited
CHARLES BOYER
in Hermiston. She has two daughters
L. A. Moore of Mor-Tone Sound
at
the
W.
T.
Bray
home
Friday.
LORETTA YOUNG
and two sons In Vale.
Miss Clara Corrigan spent Satur­ Service, dealer here for Frigidaire
JEAN PARKER
Valentines, 2 for 1c to 10c, at
Corporation, subsidiary of General
THRILL TO THE GAYETY OF
Amsberry’s. Valentine napkins, etc. day and Sunday at the William Fred­ Motors, today receved an invitation
rickson
home
in
Stanfield.
THESE JOYOUS SONGS:
Adv
Mr. and Mrs. George Kendler, Jr., from H. W. Newell, vice president
“Happy, I Am Happy.
Barbara Willeutt, small daughter
EFFECTIVE
in charge of sales, to attend a con­
were
in Pendleton Sunday.
“Ha-Cha-Cha.”
of Dr. and Mrs. A. Willcutt, fell
fidential
preshowing
of
1935
pro
­
Max Suchgill of Walla Walla visi-
FRIDAY
“Wine Song.”
from a moving car Tuesday and cut
ducts and advertising and sales
CARTOON—MAGIC FISH.
a gash In her scalp. It took several cd with Earl Cherry Sunday.
SATURDAY
Mrs. Jack Cherry and son Earl plans. The showing will be held on
stitches to close the wound, but she
Friday in Spokane, where Frigi-
spent
Saturday
in
Walla
Walla.
and
Is reported as recovering.
Ruth Thompson, daughter of Mr. daire's district headquarters are lo-
Mrs. Wm. uttrell returned home
cated.
MONDAY
Sunday from Tacoma, Wn., where and Mrs. H. Thompson, and Beth
she has been receiving medical at­ Cooney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs COLLECTION OF INTERNAL
FEB. 8-9-11.
tention following a throat operation E. Cooney, left Monday for Pendle-
“he has been staying with he ton where they will take up a REVENUE IN PENDLETON.
IN
Van Camp s Tomato
daughter and seems greatly improv nurse’s course at St. Anthony’s Hos-
pital.
J. W. Maloney, collector of inter­
ed.
EVERY PAIR OF
Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Bramer and nal revenue, wishes to remind tax­
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Russell of
Can
Bend, Ore., and Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Mrs. Paul Walsh spent Monday in payers that Federal income tax re­
turns for the calendar year 1934
Penney and son Billy of Stanfield, Pendleton.
Mrs. J. Winder of Galesburg. Ill , :nust be filed with his office not la­
Thrifty buyers buy them at
were Hermiston visitors Sunday. Mr.
and Mrs. Russell are visiting in is visiting her daughters, Mrs. E. ter than March 15, 1935. The col­
Stanfield this week before going to Reeves, Mrs. Thomas Slattery and lector will be in Pendleton Febru­
Walla Walla where Mr. Russell has Freda Winder at the Slattery home. ary 1st to 18th, inclusive, and Feb­
She was accompanied by Miss Lois ruary 26th to March 15th, inclusive.
been
transferred.
MEN’S
WORK
Lunguist who is a friend of Miss
Income tax forms were mailed on
SHOES, strong
Winder,
January 10, 1935, to all taxpayers
retan upper*,
Baking
Last Wednesday Mrs. H. Gailey who filed such forms for the pre­
composition soles
Powder
entertained the 500 Club at her vious year. Failure to receive the
and leather midsole. Plenty ut
home. Those present were the Mes­ forms will not relieve the taxpayer
value packed into this shoe.
Pure Brazilian Blend
dames Fred Knudson. K. Phippen, from the penalties provided If the
AT
LB.
George Kendler. Jr., Irvin Chapman. return is not filed on time. Tax­
(3 lbs. 59c)
MEN’S
WORK
Milo McFarland, Joe Springer, Lew payers required to file income tax
SHOES, soft lea­
Brownell, Jack Cherry and the hos­ returns, who have not received the
Lb. Jar
ther uppers, lea­
tess, Mrs. Harry Gailey.
forms, should apply at once to the
ther sole. Rub-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gailey spent collector's office for such forms.
Assorted Flavors
Kerr’s Pure Fruit Jam
ber heel. A bargain at this price.
All individuals, partnerships, fi­
Sunday in Walla Walla.
The Juniors of Umatilla are work­ duciaries and corporations filing in­
ing for a dance to be given March come tax returns, must also file
MEN’S BLACK PEB­
OSTEOPATHIC
I
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON
Form 1094 with the return, In ac­
the 17th.
BLE GRAIN OX­
"ZEE” - 750 Sheet Rolls
Mr. and Mrs. Orvil West of Echo cordance with the publicity provi­
FORDS. All leather.
OSBORN APARTMENTS
spent Sunday at the Roy Ford home. sions of the Revenue Act of 1934.
Oregon’s
MEN’S BROWN PEB-
BLE Grain ’’Brogues”.
0Q
MOG NUMBERS FOLLOW CHANGES M CORN PRODUCTION
All leather.
NATIONAL CHEESE WEEK
"Fluffiest"
Pound Pkg.
toe.,
February 11-16 Inclusive
BUSHELS
MEN’S BLACK
BLLONS
aoc r/
__
CALFSKIN OX­
2.50
FORDS, toe cap.
NEW DEAL
2.35
leather soles,
CORN FED AS
OR FORAGE
rubber heel.
Choose your favorite type in this size package.
Burnhams
Local Happenings
5C
19C
BASIS THEATRE
39C
17c
19c
temple :
28c
33c
“BRIGHT EYES”
14c
25c
19c
Hotel Hermiston
FRI., FEB. 15
19c
59c
“Caravan ”
PRICES
MORE DAYS OF WEAR
SOUP
Snowdrift 3
Weyenberg Shoes
MOYER’S
$1.98
CLABBER GIRL
21c
AIRWAY COFFEE
20c
JAM 2
29c MAYONNAISES “39c
Tissue 5 Rolls.. 22c BABY LIMA ZEBES 19c
Prunes
3119c SUGAR cane 18» 95c
DANCE
Irrigon - SAT
$2.98
Dr. A. C. Willcutt
$4.95
C A
Marshmallows
$2.98
217)1)7
Beauty Shoppe
Moyer’s
Men’s Store
ECHO. OREGON
Lunches - Barber Shop
COME IN AND SEE US
SOMETIME.
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1.73
Libby's
Fancy Alfalfa
(Light)
52.5
450
37.5
HOGS
1
1920-a
ELECT YOUR
FAVORITE HIGH SCHOOL CANDIDATE
VOTING CLOSES FEB. 15th — 4 00 P. M.
KODAK
Prize will be awarded night of carnival.—SAVE STUBS.
ENTERTAINMENT:—
Jitney Dance - Booths
Full Cream
“alese Clover Bloom
White King Erge see? 29c
Jell Well 7
27c
Baker’s Cocoa *L. 10c
Deviled Meat 6 cans 25c
HEAD
MILLONS
300 1_ _
Carnival Queen Contest
Kraft’s Pel" 18c
1025-26
LOG numbers in the United States
follow closely the changea In
corn production Since 1920-21. as
Indicated by the bottom line In the
graph above, there bare been three
peak* of heavy hog slaughter -the
marketing years of 1923-24. 1928-29
and 1933-34 Ths Increases In hog
slaughter during these years can be
traced to the big corn crops during
the periods beginning In 1920, In
1928, and again In 1932, as shown
by the top line above
Over a period of yearn, a change
of one per cent In corn production
has been followed by a correspond
Ing cbangs of about one per eent In
the number of hogs slaughtered an
der Federal inspection Moreover.
UNDER
FECIRAL
1030-3
changes in corn production ar* close-
ly associated with change* tn the
weight per hog marketed through
the following year.
Because of this fundamental rela-
tionship. effective control of corn
acreage I* a vital factor In control­
ling hog production.
The 1935 corn-hog contract now
being offered farmers provides con­
trol of corn acreage and. therefore,
will be doubly effective tn prevent
Ing excessive hog production during
the next year or so. Lack of adequate
acreage control In 1935 not only
would result in a larga surplus of
doubtedly would be followed ta 1936
relatively low hog prices.
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Can
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Package
Pkg.
CARROTS
PARSNIPS - TURNIPS
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Pound*
TUNA FISH
IQ
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LETTUCE
Large Crisp Heads
2
Us
Heads. . -..
15
4
size
White Star
Us - Can
9c Cream of Wheat
Grahams or 1 lb.
VIALI Snowflakes
49C
19c
Pkg.
Lb. Carton
15c
23c
69c
ORANGES
Fancy Large 150s
Dozen .
25c
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HERMISTON