The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, February 28, 1935, Page 2, Image 2

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    THE HERMISTON HERALD, HERMISTON, OREGON.
PAGE TWO
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1935
team cannot be built in one season. oo***000*00 of Mrs. Martin Refvem Wednesday Rulon Smith Disbursing Of­
ficer, do .....
..................
100.00
t COLUMBIA NEWS t afternoon.
Mrs. Harle Rogers, Miss Evelyn Dr. W. Martin Marbut, do ..
There
has
been
another
stir
about
10.00
Published every Thursday at Hermis- the construction of a dam on the Co­
Starkweather.
Mrs.
Edna
Miller
and
By MARIJANE HAMMER.
112.00
friend, Mrs. Irene Lech, all of Port­ Folsoms' do ..........
ton, Umatilla County, Oregon, by lumbia river at Umatilla rapids and
Mrs.
Barham is ill with the flu land, visited at the homes of their Milton Drug Co., do .......
4.75
other
dams
on
the
Snake
river.
Ob
­
Pauline M. Stoop and Alfred Quiring,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Stark­ Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co., do
9.50
servers point out that only when at her home this week.
Publishers.
Marthabell Caldwell and Lola Bell weather, and Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Mrs. W. 8. Banks, do ___ ...
the government intends to gothrough
11.06
Entered as Second Class Matter with a project is such extensive field of Umatilla visited at the home of Greathouse, over the week end.
15.00 !
Miss Helen Connor and friend. Mrs. Frank Ransom, do......
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Bob
Woodward
Satur
­
work
done
as
is
now
being
carried
December, 1906, Umatilla County.
5.00
Miss Florestine Micksal, who are Dottie Swaggart, do ..........
day.
on
by
the
army
engineers
on
the
Co
­
Mrs. Frank Wahner, do_
20.00
Oregon.
lumbia and Snake rivers. The en­
Mr. and Mrs. Barber and family, taking nurses training in Portland, Mrs. Anna Baker, do ........ —
5.00
gineering corps which has been lo­ Mr. and Mrs. Hughes, Mrs. J. H. spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rachel Wheeler, do -
Subscription Rates:
15.00
cated at Hermiston for the past two Reid and daughter Barbara, Childs Mrs. C. D. Connor.
A. R. Marlow, do ....... .... __
4.00 1
One Tear___________
$1.00 months has recently been re-inforc-
Barham, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Linder.
10.00
•
********* Florence Pearson, do ........
Six Months ________________
.75 ed, which is taken to indicate that Mr. and Mrs. Casady and daughter
James Matlock, do ...............
15.00
Three Months _____________
.50 more intensive concentration is being Marion, and Gilbert Costa were din­
Emma Miller, do ........
13.50
UMATILLA NEWS t Mrs.
made to complete the survey by ner guests at the Christley home t
Mrs.
Cecelia
Johnson,
do
..
30.00
By Louise Byrnes
June 1.
Sunday in honor of the wedding an­
W. A. Dozier, do .........____
15.00
Oue-sided transactions have no place In this bank, We be-
The possible expenditure of <75,- niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Hughes
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Springer accom­ Ernest Price, do .................
10.00
lieve in looking at both sides—yours as well as our own.
000.000
is
seen
as
a
result
of
this
and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Linder. It panied by the Misses Sara Rix and Pearl M. Dyer, do ............. ..
ON
20.00
work.
was also Deli Christley’s birthday.
Rosa Ricco spent Saturday In Wal­ Mrs. Mary Hudson, do ___
10.00
These periodical breaks Into print
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Arnberg were la Walla.
Our chief concern is to please you, not ourselves; and we
Anna Junken, do ________
11.00
of possible construction of dams on visitors in Pilot Rock Sunday.
Miss Ina Gilbert spent the week Charles Grant, do ....___ ...
20.00
will go as far as sound banking practices will let us in giv-
the upper Columbia and Snake river
Wm. S. Smith, do ._______
5.00
Mrs. Henry Hooker is ill at her end In Portland visiting.
ing you that kind of service. Instead of doing as little as
Is
evidence
that
river
development
10.00
The City of Hermiston has an or­
Mr. and Mrs. George Kendler and Mrs. W. S. Banks, do ___ _
one of the greatest rivers in the home in Columbia district this week.
we can for our customers, our idea is to do as much as we
Berta
Beckman,
do
.............
10.00
dinance prohibiting gambling, slot on
Miss
Hildred
Danner,
and
Mrs.
daughter
Yvonne
returned
home
States Is being kept constant­
can.
Mart
Cash,
do
.......
..............
7.50
machines and punch boards, which United
Casady
and
daughter
Marian
atten
­
Monday
from
a
ten
days
vacation
tn
Etta Harris, do ...................
passed the council on the 5th day of ly before authorities at Washington. ded the funeral of W. C. Kenison of Portland visiting relatives.
8.00
5.00
November, 1933, and has been en­
Stanfield Saturday morning.
We are here to serve you, and nothing will please us so much
The Misses Rosa Ricco, Helen Fre- Florence Loney, do ______
10.00
forced to the letter since that time,
A enjoyable time was had at the dreckson and Clara Corrigan motored Sarah Millner, do ._______
as to have you give us the opportunity.
CHURCH
NOTES
in accordance with a corresponding
5.00
Ott home Saturday in honor of Mar­ to Pendleton Tuesday evening where James Owens, do .................
state law. Hermiston Is the only
Nels Carlstrom, do ........ ___
10.00
ian Ott's birthday.
they
attended
a
concert
given
by
the
town in the county where this law
Mahlon Haworth, do ..........
12.50
Frances Keller of Pendleton visi­ Portland Symphony orchestra.
is enforced and In order to preserve
FULL GOSPEL MISSION
15.00
Bertha Owen, do .................
ted at the home of her father, Chas.
Mrs. H. B. Hull and Clara Corri­ Mrs. Charlottie George, do
the peace, health and safety of the
10.00
Grace Trumbull, Pastor.
Keller, over the week end.
gan spent Saturday in Walla Walla M. M. Burnsp, do ...............
city It should be maintained.
7.00
Mrs. Claud Upham returned to her visiting Mrs. Jack Cherry, who is Paul Lawyer, do .................
Special evangelistic campaign is
Any one of the above mentioned
6.00
Of Hermiston
are a menace to the younger gen­ now going on. Special singing and home Sunday from Chicago, Illinois, in St. Mary’s hospital.
Charles Weaver, do .............
10.00
Mrs.
Pearl
Jarvis,
Mrs.
Earl
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over <50,000.
eration and tend to lower the morale messages. Come, hear the full gospel. where she was called several weeks
Margaret Heintz, do ..........
15.00
Bensel and Josephine Connell spent Mrs. Alice Hedges, do ........
ago by the death of her sister.
of our community. Our city council
10.00
R. ALEXANDER, Vice-President <
F. B. SWAYZE, President
PILGRIM HOLINESS CHURCH
and mayor are standing for the ordi­
5.00
Mr. and Mrs. L. Hammer were vi­ Tuesday afternoon in Walla Walla. Robert Resler, do ...............
A.
A.
Croisant
spent
Washington's
D. M. DEETER, Asst. Cashier
A. H. NORTON, Cashier
nance and should have the confi­
15.00
sitors at the H. L. LaMon home in birthday vacation at his home in Leonora Lightfoot, do ........
Lawson H. Flora, Pastor.
dence and backing of all responsi­
Thos.
C.
Reed,
do
...............
10.00
Pendleton
Friday.
We wish to announce that the
ble citizens.
12.50
J. H. Reid is ill at his home this Portland. He was accompanied by Mrs. James Overturf, do ....
Pilgrim Holiness church has moved week.
Mrs. W. O. Miller who visited her Mrs. Mary Yarbrough, do ..
10.00
son
and
family,
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Lloyd
from
the
Columbia
school
house
to
Mrs. Margaret Charlton, do
10.00
Childs Barham and Jasper Tem­
Our high school basketball team
Mrs. Olevia Charlton, do ....
15.00 Walt's Welding Works, do ..
3.20 tilla County, Oregon, Court House in
Is just beginning to show a develop­ their new location just north of the pleton attended the I.O.O.F. conven­ Miller.
Mrs.
Ervin
Chapman
gave
a
din
­
Elvira
A.
Ashton,
do
...........
7.50 R. J. Wheeler, do ...............
ed working system at the close of Osborn apartments on Second street. tion in Ione Saturday.
2.00 Pendleton, Oregon, offer for sale to
ner
party
honoring
her
husband
Franz
Stlauch,
do
...............
5.00
the season, after they have had ade­
Mr. and Mrs. Hutchison and Mr. Tuesday evening. Those present
33.88 the highest bidder for cash in hand,
Harold Nichols, do .............
All are invited to meet with us.
10.00 Pac. Tel. Co., do ....... ..........
20.30 subject to the minimum price of
quate practice to warrant a winning
Arnberg were dinner guests at the were: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Isom of Ir­ Mrs. Bent, do ......................
J. N. York, do ......................
10.00 Chas. Ely, do .............. ..........
Twenty-five Dollars ($25.00), the
team. At the beginning of the seas­ Sunday school at 9:45. Preaching at L. Hammer home Thursday.
97.85
and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kend­ Mary Brown, do ...................
15.00 Al Warnock, General Road
following described parcel of land,
on the boys who were prospective 11:00 A. M., and 7:45 P. M.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Addleman and rigon
ler,
Jr,
12.00
Mrs. George Fiedler, do ......
107.24 heretofore by said Umatilla County,
material were unable to work toge­
Payroll ......
We teach and preach the old time daughter Helen, Mr. and Mrs. De­
Many
Umatilla
people
attended
J. L. Eldridge, Poor
Moss and son Donald, and Laura
114.73 Oregon, acquired for delinquent
ther more than one week before the Methodist doctrine.
L. McIntyre, do
dance given in Irrigon Saturday
Farm Supt............................ 295.45 Lans Lensch, do
first game of the season due to the
46.58 taxes, to-wit:
Conrad were visitors at the Dave the
night.
J. C. Penney Co., Poor Farm
Lot Seven (7) in Block B. First
4.74 D. Fullerton, do
fact that a building was not avail-
86.39
Conrad home Sunday.
Dorothy
Tonies
spent
the
week
METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
CHURCH
Pendleton Drug Co., do ......
6.90 Cliff McDonald, do
Addition to the City of Hermis­
able. This, of course, did not allow
90.46
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Cable were
end
with
Billie
Markham
in
Irrigon.
W. A. Briggs, Pastor.
Van Petten Lumber Co.,
ton, Umatilla County, Oregon.
sufficient time for practice to build
dinner guests at the Wm. Mikesell
39.95
Albert Mack, do
Mrs.
Winder
and
daughter
Freda
Poor Farm A Court House 310.72 Ralph Moody, do ........
Dated this the 11th day of Febru­
67.12
a winning team. Many games have
Sunday.
Morning worship ut 10:00. Ser­ home
4.25 C. H. Wheeler, do ......
69.17 ary, 1935.
' een scheduled In order to provide
Twila House of LaGrande and El­ and Lois Landquist returned to Dennis Motor Co., Jail ......
mon
theme,
"What
Religion
Has
to
Galesburg,
Illinois,
Thursday
of
last
R. E. Goad, do ...................... 168.00 C. Hutson, do ....... -.....
all the practice possible for the boys,
67.80
bert Hutchison of Pendleton visited week.
R. E. GOAD, Sheriff of Uma­
C. P. Miller, do ....................
1.35 W. A. Bryant, do ------
’ ”t another year may see a change Offer to the Man of Today.”
65.40
at the Baxter Hutchison home Sun­
tilla County, Oregon.
— e-e
Sunday
School
at
11:00.
Prima-
43.84
Tallman A Co., do ...............
4.83 W. W. Mulica, do ----
there since a number of visiting
day.
(Feb.
14-March 14)
and
adult
departments.
ry,
junior
Union Oil Co., do .................
1.50 C. O. Pederson, do ----
114.75
teams have expressed the belief that
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Linder received
75.38
Western States Grocer Co.,
they would not play another game Mrs. E. E. Rainwater, acting super- a box of lovely daffodils for their
John Eichner, do ------
78.62
do ......................................
5.25 E. L. Stephens, do ----
In the auditorium because of the intendent. League at 6:45. Theme, wedding anninversary from Mr. and
Epworth
82.25
C. C. Proebstel, Dist. At­
Jock of accommodations.
Mrs.
Squire
Thomas
of
Salem.
Mr.
Percy Sweet, do -------
Even-
"Why
Do
People
Worship.
’
112.73
torney .............................
These facts make it all the more
26.35 L. G. Fullerton, do —
and Mrs. Thomas are former resi­
Mrs. T. L. Smith of 1026
Every-
ing
church
service
at
7:45.
125.48
T. M. Birkbeck, Ind. Soldier
7.00 Tommy Bond, do ------
reasonable for the community to
dents of Columbia district.
S. E. Harrison St., Port­
land, Ore., said: “I am
121.02
Claims allowed by the County Chas. B. Orai, Sealer of
make plans for the construction of one was pleased with the Bible pic­
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Hughes
were
busi
­
L.
C.
Alford,
do
-------
glad to recommend Dr.
118.72
Weights ...........................
n high school and gymsnasium in tures shown last Sunday night. These ness visitors at the Kopacz home Court at the February, 1935, term
26.13 Chas. Williams, do ....
Pierce’s Golden Medical
124.69
the near future. It is only one of the will be continued each Sunday even- near Stanfield last Monday.
except certain claims allowed by Extension Service Ore. State
Discovery. It is a fine gen­
R.
J.
Wheeler,
do
------
eral builder. It has been
55.20
many needs which warrant such con- ing as a part of the service.
College, Emergency .... 49.00 Howard Barnes, do —.
A farewell surprise party was statute:
used in my family and has
Monthly board meeting will be given
struetion.
89.69
Oregon
State
Agr.
College,
E.
B.
Casteel,
Offices
(En
­
Neil
Devore,
do
----
....
at
the
E.
E.
Rainwater
home
been found very beneficial.
winning basketball held Sunday night after church.
33.57 It creates an appetite, strengthens and builds
velopes ) ...........................
County Agent ................ $1,850.00
446.40 Chas. Reimann, do ......
Saturday
evening
by
their
neighbors
Choir practice on Tuesday night. and friends. About thirtyf-five peo­ Mary O. Hudson, do ..........
one
up
so
well.
”
All
druggists.
37.40
4.00 Foster Motor Co., Poor ...... 300.00 Carl Barton, do ..........
New size, tablets 50 cts., liquid $1.00. Large
Ladles Aid meets on Wednesday ple were present. The Rainwater Pae. Tel. & Tel. Co., Poor
24.73 size.
Melissa Allen Lovermore, do
10.00 J. H. Wheeler, do .....
tabs, or liquid. $1.35.
afternoon at the church.
91.60
Write to Dr. Pierce’s Clinic, Buffalo,
Farm ....................................
33.75 Carl Chambers, Ind. Soldier 151.95 H. M. Bennett, do ......
family are moving to the Butter
Cubs meet next Saturday after­ Creek district within the next few Ferndale Obuch, Treasurer
N. Y., for free medical advice.
117.85
30.00 State Ind. Acc. Comm., Poor
32.41 Al Beard, do .................
noon.
74.70
First Nat. Bank of Athena,
E. B. Casteel, Offices (Pos­
John Barnes, do ........
days.
80.19
tage) ...............................
Sheriff ................................. 390.00
17.50 H. Exum, do —...........
E.
E.
Rainwater
and
son
Everett
RADIO LOUIE— With 20 years
UNION CHURCH NOTES.
70.59
State Ind. Acc. Comm., Sher­
K. McKown, do ..........
are working with a hay chopper in Olive M. Whitlock, Co.
experience in technical electrical
75.92
iff ....................................
Nurse ............................
21.86
34.56 H. Piersol, do . .............
C. R. Moore, Minister.
Butter Creek this week.
work, is doing service work on
68.19
38.25 Olive M. Whitlock, Poor, A
E. H. Hargett, do ........
Mrs. P. H. Carmon visited at the Olive M. Whitlock, Poor ....
79.49
Morning subject, "Can the Mo- Ryland home Saturday.
Co. Nurse ......................
39.60 Joe Picard, do ...............
Pendleton Water Commis
Radios, Mantel Clocks. Vacuum
122.16
Church Save the World?"
33.00 F. H. McEwen, do .....
sion. Court House .............
21.60 D. B. Randall, Court House
Ann Sommerer, Barbara Reid,
Jenners, Electric Fans, etc. All dern
8.56
The regular monthly pot luck
I
40.50 Dr. Donald Wair, Poor ......
10.00 L. W. Valentine, do ....
Frances Keller and Mrs. Keller at­ Emory Williamson, Sherriff
work Guaranteed. His shop is In
57.58
luncheon and business meeting af­ tended the Grange dance in Stan­ Wayne Reville, do ...............
99.87 Norris West, do ..........
20.25 Pac. Tel. A Tel. Co., Officee
the Elliott House on Main Street,
99.58
ter the morning service. If you are field Saturday evening.
Gladys Goad, do ....................
90.00 Mrs. L. A. Blakeley, Gen-
Otis Jordan, do .............
77.42
a stranger in town, come and I be
Winter suns are weak in vitality.
or drop a card to Box 114, Her­
Road ....................................
31.50 A. L. Warncok, do ......
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Montgom­ W. C. Hopson, Fruit Inspec­
34.40
our
guest
for
the
day.
Winter winds are harsh. And if
tor ................................... 125.90
Hotel Umatilla, do .............
19.15 Roy Llchlyter, do .....
ery and daughters Wanda June and
miston, Oregon.
99.69
Walter L. Myers, state field secre­ Bonnie were dinner guests at the H. J. S. Beckwith, Clr. Court
you
let your system become “run-
32.00 Frank Taylor, do ........
20.00 Hermiston Hotel, do ..........
99.69
tary for Oregon Christian Endeavor, A. Hooker home Sunday.
down” there is a dreaded enemy
20.00 Cliff Myrick, do ..........
Busby's Cafeteria, do ........
7.65 Cleve Clark, do ....................
71.34
lying in wait for you in every
will be with us and will speak in the
L. G. Frazier, Offices ........
34.95 Ebrei A Temple, do ............. 1,100.00 Von Hiatt, do ...............
49.34
crowded place. Disease germs find
afternoon at 2:30, following the * *** * * * * * * * * Milton Eagle. Justice Court
42.50 F. M. Henson, do ........
2.50 F. W. Lenz, do ...................
53.09
a ready prey in those who are
luncheon.
Electric Service Co., do ...... 112.10 Al. Moody, do ...............
West Coast Printing & Bind­
34.93
physically under par.
We will have this afternoon ser­ t
24.80 L. Greishaber, do ........
F. B. Hayes, do ....................
STANFIELD NEWS t ing Co., Just., Sheriff &
17.21
Keep your summer strength and
vice Instead of the evening service
1.15 Frank Seeliger, do ......
Clerk .................................... 326.05 Acme Sales Co., do ............
By Sophronia Rhea
vigor right through the winter!
12.71
as the pastor Is to accompany the
149.51 Paul Seeliger, do ........
Art Burnside, Sheriff ........
1.56 Maska Junk Co., do ..........
17.90
There’s a sure, pleasant way to
Endeavorers to Stanfield for their
I. T. Arneson, do .................
12.50 Troy Linder, do ...........
Mr. Campbell, formerly of Pen­ Foster Motor Co., Sheriff &
CASH ONLY
increase vitality and build up re­
evening meeting with the C. E.'s dleton succeeding the late Jack
17.21
Emergency ........................ 993.50 Associated Oil Co., do ........ 187.47 Buck Winters, do ......
sistance
against infection — with
Reg.
NOW
there.
50.42
Austin Western Road Ma­
O’Nell. Stanfield depot agent, moved Fred’s Dependable Service,
Gus Beilke, do .............
M c K esson ’ s V itamin C oncen ­
33.92
Come! Bring your covered dish his family here from Pendleton Sun­
chinery Co., do ..................
923.18 H. H. Hinderman, do ._
$1.39 Men’s Waist O’alls _ $1.19
Sheriff ...................
25.00
trate T ablets of C od L iver O il .
32.90
and spend the day with us and hear day.
16.10 Pearly Smith, do ........
$1.39 Men’s Bib Overalls.. $1.19
Funk & McLean, do ............. 350.00 Auto Clearing House, do ....
Those tempting, chocolate-coated
15.42
Rev. Myers in the afternoon.
172.50
Barde
Steel
Co.,
do
.............
R.
E.
Goad,
do
......................
26.19
Funeral
services
of
Charles
W.
Fred
Limilard,
do
......
$1.25 Men's Bib Overalls.. $1.10
tablets give you abundant sup­
2.74
The Young People’s Physical and Kenison, who died Feb. 21 in the Imperial Carbon Co., do ....
H.
G.
Beckius,
do
...............
3.15
20.00
Albert
Haynes,
do
......
$2.49 Men’s Work Shoes „ $1.98
plies of the protective vitamins A
Voice Culture class will meet in the Pendleton hospital, were held Satur­ Jack Allen Supply Co., do ..
2.74
1.12 Bowman Hicks Lumber Co.,
Dean Forth, do .......... .
and D. And they are the only vita­
6.35
$3.98 Men's Work Shoes .. $2.98 Legion hall Saturday night instead day morning at 10:30 at the Presby­ Pac. Stationery * Ptg. Co.,
7.00 Geo. Eckles, do ...........
do ......................................
min concentrate tablets containing
4.10
do ......................................
11.14
Braden Bell Tractor Co., do 257.33 Jack Platenberg, do ....
$1.50 Men's Dress Shirts ~ $ .98 of at the church from 7:30 to 9:00 terian church with the Rev. Way-
the needed minerals, calcium and
p. m.
5.98
Brown’s Garage, do .............
5.45 Henry Forth, do ........ .
an of Pendleton and Rev. May- Underwood Elliott Fisher
$1.25 Men’s Dress Shirts .. $ .98
phosphorus.
31.30
25.00 Robert Belike, do ......
Co., do .................................
98.00 Mrs. Thoe. J. Casey, do ......
field of Stanfield In charge. Inter­
Each tablet brings you all the
$1.00 Men’s Dress Shirts „ $ .79
33.58
W. J. Clarke, do .................... 103.84 John Barton, do ..........
Much Needed Infirmary Granted.
ment' was made in the Echo ceme­ Western Union, Sheriff A
vitamins
teaspoonful
$1.40 Men’s U. Suits heavy $ 9g
18.16
8.90 K. D. Pearson, do ......
Clerk A School Supt.........
12.11 Collier Motor Co., do ........
p y . in . one
. "4,
—in of U. ; S.
-
tery. Mr. Kenison was born in Walla
CORVALLIS—Better care for the Walla December 19. 1871. and has Windolph Motor Co., Sheriff 377.00 Consolidated Freight Lines,
99.69
3WN//+%
60c to 75c Men's Dress hose $ .30
Earl Fox, do ...............
At
all
good
drug
stores.
Protect
health of the students of Oregon spent the most of his life in and The Beck Specialty Co.
65.76
5.20 lohn Henry, do ...........
do ....................................
(Wool Sox, 20c)
your health the vitamin way, with
Staate college is expected to follow near Stanfield. He is survived by
25.42
97.88 C. E. Demaris, do .........
Clerk ..........
12.25 Dennis Motor Co., do ..........
six of these tablets daily. A <1
$3.95 to 15.00 Men's Hats $2.98
erection of a new 3100,000 infirmary a brother. L. T. Kenison of Stan­ Burroughs Adding Mach.
52.21
Feenaughty Mach. Co., do 2,762.73 H. Magruder, do .........
bottle holds 100 M c K esson ’ s V ita ­
for which PWA funds have Just been field, and two sisters, Mrs. J. E.
$2.49 Men's Hats ............. - $1.98
8.22
Co., do .................................
4.00 Fletcher Oil Co., do ............. 467.97 Wm. Hook, do ..............
min C oncentrate T ablets .
allotted by the federal government. Reeves of Stanfield and Mrs. C. G. Bushong & Co., do ...............
73.88
16.77 C. Graham, do................
11.00 Helmets ..... .............. $ .39
63.26 Foster Motor Co., do ........ ..
The self-supporting health service Herndon of Lodi. Cal.
36.94
2.65
L.
G.
Frazier,
do
.............
....
E.
B.
Casteel,
do
....................
25.00
E.
C.
Gentry,
do
...........
50c Neck Ties ................. $ .25
now at the college is housed partly
36.94
25.00 B. Langley, do .............
Funk A McLean, do .............
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Wallace have Columbia Sec. & Inv. Co.,
Leather Gloves and Mittens
HERMISTON DRUG Co.
In a small ancient structure on the gone to Walla Walla where Mr. Wal­
3.17
4.65 L. Hoon, do ..................
Gentry Motor Co., do ........
Clerk * Treas........... 300.00
campus and partly In an old frame lace will go through a clinic at the The Flax Co., Clerk .............
Hermiston, Oregon
REDUCED!
3.17
5.00 Teneral Petroleum Corp., do 627.64 Geo. Graves, do ..........-
building down town. Of the PWA Veterans' hospital.
3.17
CHILDREN'S SWEATERS
Helix View Point, do ........
5.25 Cordon A Finkbeiner Co.,
G. Weatherman, do .....
grant, <30,000 is to be a gift and
67.76 Harold Graham, do —
3.17
do ...................................
Mrs. S. Thorsen and son Connie Royal Typewriter Co., do .. 103.50
Two-Thirds OFF.
the remainder a loan amortized over went to Portland Friday evening. The Typewriter Shop, do ....
174.55 Sam Fellows, do ...........
3.17
6.50 Gray A Wright, do ______
future years to be retired from in­ Miss Blanche Thorsen accompanied Clark’s Book Store. Recor­
1.30
Green Grocery, do —_____
32.87
R. E. Goad, Sheriff, do
come from the regular student build­ them from The Dalles. Connie and
2.85
der ........................................
9.00 Gurdane Garage, do ....___
ing fee. The new building will be Blanche returned to their respective Jerard A Cook, do .......
3.00
10.00 Holdman Auto Service, do ..
located on the north side of the up­ homes Monday morning and Mrs. Kee Lox Manuf. Co., do ....
11.00 Honeyman Hardware Co., do 101.76
per campus.
60.55 Howard Cooper Corp., do .. 2,792.76
Thorsen will remain In Portland Ktlham’s. do ...........................
Sack
Legal Notices
SURELAY
4.00
1.75 Sam Ingle, do ....... -..............
with her daughter Evelyn for a few Shafer Auto Repair, do ___
“Farm Tested
C. W. Depuv. Assessor ........
15.00 Jack Allen Supply, do ........ 247.84
days.
■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■!!■■■■■■ Miss Lenna Wald left Thursday I. K. Gill Co., School Supt.
8.00
2.17 Jones Scott Co., do .............
OLYMPIC EGG MASH f 06
A. Yeager, do ..................
34.40 Jones Kay Co., do ............... 110.95
for Portland where she will visit for
“Milk”
Sack —27
NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL
1.25
D. H. Jones, do ................ ..
Big Square Sprinkler Co.,
a week with friends and relatives.
3.22
Miss Katherine Olday made a bus­
Court House . .....................
16.00 Knerr’s Repair Shop, do ....
SPECIAL OIL EGG
ACCOUNT.
4.75
iness trip to
Portland
Thursday W. J. Clarke, do ....................
9.13 Glen Long, do .......................
Sack
MASH
3.60
inlanders A Burroughs, do
4.75 Moll’s Service Station, do ..
evening, returning home Sunday.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
36.50
Friday being Washington’s birth­ ’ndep City Scavenger, do ..
3.00 Montgomery Ward, do ......
SURECALF 25 lb. sack
AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES:
5.65 A. S. Cooley as administrator with
day, a school program was held in ‘ones-Kay Co., do ................
25.50 Murphy Paint Co., do ........
13 Plate 6 mo. guarantee at $3.97
8.44 the will annexed of the estate of
L. J. McAtee, do .................
the morning and school was dis­ Lovinger Disinfectant Co.,
35.00 Lewis L. Higgins, deceased, has tiled
John McEwen, do ...............
missed at noon. A number of par­
do ........................................ 287.00
ents attended the program.
'Ibert Maack, do ..................
25.00 J. E. Olinger A Sons, do .... 103.13 his final account in said estate in
13 Plate 12 mo. guarantee at $5.22
33.50 the County Court of the State of
The Stanfield I.O.O.F. degree team McKee’s Furniture Co., do ..
7.50 Oregon Lumber Yard, do ..
FOR YOUR NEEDS.
64.56 Oregon for Umatilla County, and
Oregon Motor Service, do ..
went to Ione Saturday and lost the Oregon Lumber Yard. Court
OTHER SIZES AND GUARANTEES PROPORTIONAL.
We
have
in stock the following
said
court
has
fixed
Monday,
the
1st
5.45
House. Poor A Poor Farm
65.65 Pac. Power A Light Co., do
cup by one and one-half pointa to
seeds.
23.55 day of April. 1935, at 2:00 o'clock
Pac. Power A Light Co., do
GET OUR PRICES ON NEW AND USED TIRES OF WHICH WE
the Hermiston lodge W. T. Reeves. Pac. Power A Light Co.,
10.98 p. m. of said day. as the time for
G. L, Dunning and Charles Holdmar
Court House .....................
94.88 Pendleton Tire Shop, do ....
HAVE A GOOD SUPPLY.
BEARDLESS BARLEY
28.60 hearing of objections to said final
brought home three individual priz- Safeway Store No. 109. do ..
3.26 Pendleton Iron Works, do ..
■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ es.
The Initiatory degree was confer­ Smythe Barthel Co., do ___
11.92 account and the settlement thereof.
6.00 Penland Brothers, do ........
SPRING RYE
On or before said day any person in­
red with eleven candidates from Dr. J. P. Brennan. Poor ....
5.00 Price Ransom Chevrolet Co..
2.70 terested in said estate may file ob-
do .......................................
Morrow county.
nr. A. E. Lewis, do .............
10.00
SPRING OATS
Miss Rachel Sloan, who teaches The Swedish Hospital, do .. 239.75 M. Refvem. do .......... ...........
2.35 jections to said final account, or to
ALFALFA SEED
50.00 any item thereof, and contest the
school near Dufur. Ore., spent the Dr. S. J. Newsom, do ...........
10.00 Mrs. J. N. Royer, do ..........
same.
week end at the home of her par­ A. W. Prann. do ..................
12.00 Shell Oil Co., do .............
SWEET CLOVER
Dated February 28. 1935.
ents.
32.60
Mt. St. Joseoh’s Home, do ..
10.00 Standard Oil Co., do —.....
Miss LaVonne Walk of Pendleton Dr. George Smith, do ------- -
10.00 State Ind. Ace. Comm., do 172.47
A. S. COOLEY. Administrator
ENGLISH RYE GRASS
was a visitor In Stanfield Sunday af­ ”. G. Casteel, do ..................
10.00 State Ind. Acc. Comm., do 201.22
with the Will Annexed.
ternoon.
83.47
st. Anthony's Hospital, do 947.59 Stubbs Electric Co., do ___
And VETCH
(Feb. 28— March 28)
Mrs. Ruse of Vancouver. Wn.. la Mattie Pratt, do .........
24.75
23.00 V. C. Smith, do _________
visiting at the home of her brother. Tallman A Co., do ....____ _
»8.24
10.70 Smith A Blanchett, do ___
Notice of Sale.
George Elliott.
T B Bomhoy, do _____ _ _
50.00 Taylor Hardware Co., do ..
93.17
Mrs. John Hall left the latter part Folsoms’, do ..........
50.00 Temple Garage, do ___ .....
2.30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
of the week for Bay City where she nr H S McKenzie, do
15.00 Thews A Ryder, do ....... .
6.75 the undersigned. Sheriff of Uma­
7.20 tilla County. Oregon, by virtue of an
<7.75 Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co., do
MUSIC BY OUR
; will spend an extended visit with St. Mary’s Hospital, do ___
friends.
Union Pac. Stages, do ........
Montgomery Ward A Co.,
1.02 i order duly made and entered by the
ELECTRIC RECORDING AMPLIFIER
The Study club held a Washing­
do
..................................
37.93 Union Oil Co., do ................. 153.90 County Court, on the 11th day of
PHONE 69W
ton’s birthday party at the home of Carnes Bros Mercantile Co.
United
States
National
| February. 1935, will on the 16th
BASKETS AUCTIONED on
Free
Mrs.
Cora
Olday
Thursday
after-
Rank,
do
_____________
do
....................
10.00
HERMISTON
588.61
I
day
of
March.
1935.
at
the
hour
of
WITH LIMIT OF 11.00 EACH
—P. • r.
noon.
Weston Drue Co do ..........
4.05 Valiev Hardware Co . do ....
11.85 ten o'clock In the forenoon of said
74.25 day, at the front door of the Uma-1
The Pollyannas met at the home Pendleton Drug Co., do ..........
99.55 Van Fetten Lumber Co., do
LOOKING AT IT
FROM YOUR
SIDE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
County Court
DO YOU NEED A TONIC?
Do You Know
FEELING
UNDER PAR?
MONEY RAISING SALE
BURK’S FOR RARGAINS
Sperry Feeds
$2.45
PENNOCK’S GARAGE
offers National Batteries
1.75
Seeds
BASKET SUPPER
Dance at Irrigon |
SAT., MARCH 2
Dance
Store