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    THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1935
THE HERMISTON HERALD. HERMISTON, OREGON
PAGE TWO
before application for federal assist- METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. LARGE CROWD ATTENDS TO
ance will even be considered.
W. A. Briggs. Pastor.
IRRIGON NEWS
HEAR FISE PROGRAM.
Early in the morning at sunrise
Published every Thursday at Hermis-
the young people of Echo and Her­
Banish the Reckless Driver.
ton, Umatilla County, Oregon, by
(From The Bulldog)
churches will gather on the
Chas. Acock is very ill
his
Drivers with chronic cases of traf­ miston
Pauline M. Stoop and Alfred Quiring,
The high school music department
Butte for morning watch and sun-
fic
negligence,
who
have
long
and
Publishers.
rise service. After the service the under the direction of Mise Meredith home with an attack of flu.
continuous strings of accidents young folks will have breakfast to­
Mr. and Mrs. Robert West and
Dally, presented its annual Spring
Entered as Second Class Matter against their driving records, will gether in the church basement
AND
Miss Belle Fredrickson left for Bil-
Musical
at
the
Methodist
church
be
ruled
off
the
highways,
if
bills
December, 1906, Umatilla County,
Morning worship at 10:00. with
such as recently introduced In the special Easter music. Sermon topic. Friday evening, April 12, at 8:00 lings, Mont., Saturday morning.
Oregon.
Oregon legislature by State Senator "Our Risen Lord,” Reception of o'clock. The groups had spent a
Frank Leicht motored to Spokane,
By non are passed.
Subscription Rates
at close of service.
long time working hard and prepar­ Wn., Friday. His daughter Nellie,
The bill was originated by the members
Epworth League in the evening ing the numbers presented Friday who has been attending business col­
FOR YOU IS OUR
*1.00 American Automobile Association,
78 and carries the endorsement of the at 6:45, followed by a Sunday school evening, and they were greatly en­ lege there, returned with him and
Six Months ...
program in the evening at 8:00 o’­
Three Months
50 National Council for Street and clock.
will remain home tor the summer. A
joyed by a good crowd.
Highway Safety. It has been in ef-
The program was as follows: In- little niece, Rosemary, daughter of
Special services for this week are:
feet in a number of states for sev­
MEMBER
eral years. Under it, a driver re­ Thursday night, Candle Light Com­ aguration March by McCaughey, by Mr. and Mrs. Barney Endrice, came
E. [
sponsible for a certain number of munion Service; Friday night, sac­ the orchestra, aleo La Roeita by R. home with them for a visit.
CATION
accidents Is deprived of his license. red drama. "The Seeing Heart." L. Flores; The Bells of 8t. Mary's by
Miss Florence Brace accompanied
The bill is reciprocal in that per­ The church asks you to deny your­
sons ruled off the roads of one state self this Holy week and contemplate Adams, and On Music’s Wings by Mr. Leicht to Spokane to Interview
Mendelssohn by the chorus; a piano the college faculty, as she is plan­
cannot obtain a license to drive in on the things which are spiritual.
SUNDAY, APRIL 21.
another state which has the same
solo by Faith Wilson, Country Gar ning to enroll as a student this fall.
law. States which have tried the
PILGRIM HOLINESS CHURCH
Proposed New High School.
dens by Percy Granger; Gypsy
The ladles of the community gave
YOUR BANK WILL SERVE AS THE FAITHFUL WATCH­
law pronounce It extremely benefi­
Lawson H. Flora, Pastor.
Night by Ganne, by the Sextette; a shower at the home of Mrs. Frank
The building of a high school in­ cial.
MAN OVER YOUR FINANCIAL INVESTMENTS FOR THE
We
wish
to
announce
that
the
cluding a gymnasium is being dis­
Dawn and Little Marie, both by
Authoritative surveys demonstrate
COMING YEAR AS IN THE PAST. SAFE INVESTMENTS
cussed by the board, but no definite that the habitually careless driver, Pilgrim Holiness church has moved Harold Bennett, by the orchestra; Leicht Wednesday afternoon, honor­
ing her daughter, Mrs. Sam Umlker,
action has been taken to date. The like the habitual criminal, never re- from the Columbia school house to
AND DEPOSIT INSURANCE GUARANTEE PEACE AND
subject should be given serious forms. If he is reckless, incompe­ their new location just north of the In These Delightful Pleasant Groves who received many lovely presents,
SECURITY TO YOUR FAMILY.
thought.
tent or congenitally unable to drive Osborn apartments on Second street by Purcell, by the chorus; Jacob’s Dainty refreshments were served the
Lament,
reading,
by
Herbert
The probable cost would be about properly, the chances are that he
All are invited to meet with us Skovbo; The Sabo March by Ben­ guests.
sixty thousand dollars. If funds are will never change. No matter how
The Community Church Ladies
secured from the PWA, thirty per many accidents he may have, and Sunday school at 9:45. Preaching at nett and Chu Shan by Stallfort by
cent of this amount will be donated how many times he may be arrested. 11:00 A. M., and 7:45 P. M.
Aid met at the home of Mrs. George
the
orchestra;
From
1
the
Land
of
of Hermiston
by the government. This would leave he will continue to cause more acci-
We teach and preach the old time the Sky Blue Water by Cadman, and Rand Thursday afternoon.
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over *50,000
forty-two thousand dollars to pay dents and violate more traffic laws,
Miss Snow McCoy of Hermiston
I Pass by Your Window by M. Bra­
interest on at 4 per cent. Thirty Thousands of cases are on record Methodist doctrine.
F. B. SWAYZE, President
R. ALEXANDER, Vice-Preside»
years is allowed for the payment of where one driver has been respon- ¡
he. both by the chorus; Pale In the spent Sunday with the home folks.
this
this amount.
sible for a score or more of accidents
A. H. NORTON, Cashier
D. M. DEETER. Asst. Cashier
Mrs.
Virginia
and
children
visited
Amber
West,
and
Po
’
Little
Lamb
The total enrollment of the high within a relatively short period of CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES
by
Parks-Moore,
by
the
sextette;
Marshall
Markham
Sun
with
Mrs.
school this year is 152. Of this num­ time. Such drivers menace the life,
66 RE Sin, Disease, and Death
Kiss Me Again by Victor Herbert day.
ber 142 are in actual attendance. health and property of us all—they
Real?” was the subject of
(from Mlle. Modiste) by Clarence
This number fills the present quar­ have no right to drive automobiles.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weir and two
the
Lesson-Sermon
In
all
Church
­
It is estimated that, after the 1935
ters to the limit, leaving no room
Crampton, trombone solo; Duna daughters from Los Angeles, Cal.,
es
of
Christ,
Scientist,
on
Sunday,
legislative sessions close, 85 to 90
for any more increase.
by J. McGill and Little Brown Owl have moved to- the George Rand f BOARDMAN NEWS 1
April 14.'
The present seems to be the op­ per cent of all motorists in the coun­
by Sanderson, both by the chorus; place where Mr. Weir is employed
The Golden Text was, "Heal
portune time to get busy, both from try will be affected by a safety re­
By RACHEL J. BARLOW
Mr. B. Griffin of 2405
me, () Lord, and I shall be healed;
and Corona by the orchestra.
Borthwick Avenue. Portland,
a practical and an economical stand­ sponsibility law. It will be a po­
on the ranch.
Oregon,
said : “I had become
point, since all working plans, in­ tent weapon In the war against our
Mrs. Nelson's Home Economic
save me, and 1 shall be saved:
Faith Wilson was accompanist.
rundown. I felt miserable alt
Mr. and Mrs. George Kendler and class at the high school gave a tea
cluding landscaping, must be ready mounting toll of automobile acci­
for thou are my praise” (Jer.
over, had no pep, my &p-
baby, and Mrs. Gene McFarland of last Friday afternoon honoring Max­
dents—nine out of ten of which are
petite was poor and I would
17:14).
TAKEN UP NOTICE.
tire easily. I used only two
easily avoidable. .
Umatilla were dinner guests of Mr. ine Mackan, who is leaving here.
Among the citations which com-
bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery and it
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Messenger ex­
Notice is hereby given that I have ind Mrs. W. C. Isom Sunday.
prised the Lesson-Sermon was the
gave
roe an appetite and
following from the Bible: "The
taken up and have kept for about
Mrs. Bethel, who has been stay­ tended their hospitality to a number
strengthened me." All druggists.
CHURCH NOTES
of
friends
at
a
dinner
at
their
home
New size, tablets 50 cts., liquid 41.00.
Lord is good to all: and his ten­
10 days at the Walter Rood ranch, ing at Hermiston receiving medical Thursday evening. Guests were Mr.
Large size, tabs, or liquid, $1.35.
der mercies are over all his
Write Dr. Pierce’s Clinic, Buffalo, N. Y„
6 miles Southwest of Hermiston on treatment, has returned to the home and Mrs. E. T. Ingles, Mrs. Madge
for free medical advice.
works
”
(Ps.
145:9).
HERMISTON UNJON CUURCH
Butter
Creek,
the
following
described
of
her
daughter,
Mrs.
Ed
Adams.
Butzer,
Mrs.
Murdina
Nelson,
Miss
The Lesson-Sermon also includ­
C. R. Moore, Minister.
animals:
Raymond Allen Is working for Clara Ruff, Miss Lovedy Burkholder.
ed the following correlative pas­
Miss Mary Harney. Mrs. Burkholder
One black Holstein cow, 2 years Jeorge Haskell at Plymouth, Ore.
sage from the Christian Science
Bible School at 10:00 A. M.
and Theron Anderson.
old. with suckling calf (pole yoke).
James Warner, H. C. Warner, Mis.
textbook, "Science and Health
Preaching and Communion at 11
An Easter program will be given
A. W. CHRISTOPHERSON
with Key to the Scriptures”, by
One Jersey yearling heifer (pole Uva Boulware, Mrs. Virginia Chan- by the Sunday school at the Com­
A. M. Morning Theme, "Evidence
Mary
Baker
Eddy:
"Instead
of
yoke).
ey and Mrs. Clair Caldwell were munity church on Easter Sunday
of the Resurrection and What It
Physician and Surgeon.
God sending sickness and death.
Said animals will be sold, unless business visitors in Hermiston Mon­ evening, April 21. Everyone is cor­
Says to the World.”
He destroys them, and brings to
dially invited to attend.
— Bank Building —
redeemed, at public auction to the day.
Christian Endeavor at 6:45 P. M
light immortality. Omnipotent and
Mrs. Burkholder, who has made
on
highest
bidder
for
cash
in
hand
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Tom
Gurdane,
Jack
Topic, "Why Do Christians Believe
Infinite Mind made all and in­
9-12 and 2-5
her home here with her daughter
Office Hours
the 4th day of May, 1935, at the White and Mrs. Louie Horner mo­ for the past year, returned to Port­
In Life After Death?” 1 Cor. 15:20-
cludes all. This Mind does not
above ranch at 10:00 o'clock A. M. tored to the Tony Vey ranch on But- land Sunday. Miss Burkholder will
make mistakes and subsequently
13.
correct them. God does not cause
Dated at Hermiston, Ore., on this ter Creek to attend a rodeo Sunday, stay at the Ray Brown home until
The Easter program of the church
man to sin, to be sick, or to
18th day of April, 1935.
A practical Joker of Irrigon gave school is out.
W. J. WARNER
will be given at 8:00 P. M. instead
Marvin Ransier Is attending high
die” (p. 200).
Signed, WALTER ROOD. the Information in regard to Carl
.f the regular evening sermon. The
school here taking a post graduate
Attorney-at-Law
Fisher’s death. Mr. Fisher is alive course.
program committee has worked hard
NOTICE OF HEARING UPON
ind well, and we are at a loss to de-
ind diligently on this fine program
Several of the children and young
Hermistpn - Oregon
1
ide Just who the joke was on.
folks here are confined to their
and they Invite all to come and en- t UMATILLA NEWS
FINAL REPORT.
By
Louise
Byrnes
homes with the mumps.
’oy this sacred and entertaining
nearest
Saturday evening. April 20, is the
program.
Mark A. Shields and John H. Tra- IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
regular Greenfield Grange meeting
COLUMBIA NEWS
Young People's Class • Saturday vis, who have been publishing a
STATE OF OREGON FOR UMA-
night, which will be held in the new
weekly newspaper nt Bonneville,
night, 7:30-9:00.
By MARMANE HAMMER.
TILLA COUNTY.
hall.
CHIROPRACTOR
have onened an office In Umatille
A large number of farmers attend­
and will publish the Umatilla War
Office: Two ‘doors west post office
Mrs. Jasper Templeton is visiting
ed the Broom Corn meeting in the
BAPTIST CHURCH.
rior. Annie Wurster is city corres-
In the matter of the Estate of n Portland this week.
Office Hours: 8 t 12 - 1:30 to 6
range hall Thursday evening. Last
Easter services will include the tondent. The paper is founded as ohn W. McDermed. Deceased.
Mr.
and
Mrs.
C.
L.
Upham
were
•ear Mr. Byram and Mr. Carpenter
Phone 481------- Hermiston, Ore
con-
prospects
of
the
Umatilla
dam
Easter lesson in Bible School at 10.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that business visitors in Pendleton this produced a good crop from severa'
struction grows brighter.
Sermon by Evangelist Ed. C. Co-
■eres
of
broom
corn
planted
on
thei
have been in the field he undersigned administrator of the week.
arm and this year they plan to add
fer at 11:00 A. M. Topic, "Easter’s for Engineers
two months surveying the dam state of John W. McDermed, de-
Gilbert Coats left Sunday for A r
o their acreage.
Greatest Promise.” There will be site.
Hermiston Post No. 37
eased, has filed his final report ington where he is employed.
The annual senior frolic, the big
special music.
Meets first and third
Mrs. H. O. Thompson entertained vith the Clerk of the above entitled
Mr. and Mrs. Vic Stockard are oc­ rest event on the high school calen-
Gospel service at 7:45 P. M. The the bridge club Tuesday.
Thursday. Legion Auxil-
ourt, and that the Judge of said cupying the Beddow ranch this sum- lar, will be given Saturday night.
sermon theme will be "Heaven—
Monday morning about 9:00 o’­ ourt has designated Saturday, the ner, and Mr. and Mrs. Beddow arc \pril 27, in the gymnasium. Kauf-
iary meets second and
nan's orchestra will furnish music.
fourth Thursday.
and How to Miss It.” Shall we know clock. when Mr. Nickles was taking ’ 8th day of May, 1935 at 2 o’clock
moving to town.
Mrs. Shannon received word Wed
the surveyors to work, the car
each other In heaven? How shall crashed
A miscellaneous shower was given iesday of the death of her brother Legion Hall.
into the one driven by Miss in the afternoon as the time, and
we be happy in heaven, knowing Sara Rix, at the Intersection hack- the rooms of the above entitled Thursday afternoon, honoring Mrs. tn Portland. Another brother from
Palouse. Wn., and Mrs. Shannon,
some of our friends are lost? These of Blakely’s restaurant, Both cars Court in the County Court House in I. M. Sommerer. '
to Weiser, Idaho, Thursday to at-
two questions will be answered at were damaged but only Miss Ri Pendleton, Umatilla Countv, Oregon,
W. L. Morgan, D. M. D.
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Ford
of
Portland
vi-
tend the funeral.
the evening service. All who are suffered slight injuries.
General Dentistry
Mr. and Mr?. Glen Mackan and
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McFarland •s the place when and where hear­ sited in Columbia district Sunday.
not worshipping in other services, and Miss Minnie Hunting motored ing is to be had thereon. All per­ They are thinking of buying the family moved w Hermiston last
X-Ray and Diagnosis
are cordially Invited.
vili complete the
to Pendleton to attend a dairy meet- lons Interested are hereby notified place recently occupied by Mr. and week, Delbert
Phase 9-J
Bank Bldg.
school year here.
Ing Monday.
to then and there appear and show Mrs. Dave Conrad.
Residence Phone 25-J
The H. E. club met with Mrs. Eva
Mrs. Jack Cherry is ill at her ause. It any they have, why said re-
Sunday and Evenings by
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Arnberg were Warner last Wednesday. The next
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cooper and port should not be approved, the ad- Pendleton business visitors Wednes­ meeting will be held at the home of
Appointment
mnistrator discharged, his bonds- day.
Mrs. Root.
daughter left for Idaho this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ball were din-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Horseley of men exhonorated and the estate
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hooker and ner guests at the Arnin Hug home
Starbuck visited at the McNabb closed.
daughter Nellie were visitors in Pine Sunday.
home Sunday.
April,
Dated
this
18th
day
of
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Jones and
Mrs. M. A. Root. who has been
City Sunday.
visiting in Boardman, returned home 1935.
Mr. and Mrs. Ruggs were business family spent Sunday at Hermiston
OSTEOPATHIC
with Mr. and Mrs. Phil Jones.
A. W. PRANN, Administrator. visitors in Pendleton “Saturday.
Monday.
Mrs. Madge Butzer spent the week
Mrs. John Wurster and daughters.
(April 18—May 1«)
PHYSICIAN
A SURGEON
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson and family end at her home in Sumpter, Ore.
Annie. Sara and May accompanied
of Portland have moved on the Jeppe
Miss Lovedy Burkholder was un­
by Mr. Jenkins,, motored to Pendle­
OSBORN APARTMENTS
NOTICE OF HEARING UPON
ton Saturday.
place. The children are attending able to return from Portland Sun­
day because of illness.
Mrs. Clinton Harvey and son Geo-
FINAL REPORT.
Colombia school.
Kenneth Ransier Is suffering from
"ge of Portland is visiting at the
Mr.
and
Mrs.
O.
D.
Isaminger,
Mr.
a broken collar bone. The injury oc­
| Van Schoiack home.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
All pupils of the first and second
STATE OF OREGON FOR UMA­ and Mrs. M. Carson and Mr. and Mrs. curred while he was practicing broad
grade were Invited to a surprise par-
Bissenger were visitors at the John jump at his home.
TILLA COUNTY.
I ty given by Rose Mary McCullough
Couiad home Sunday.
School Notes.
at the school house Monday after-
Mrs.
Baxter
Hutchison
and
In the matter of the Estate of
noon.
Elsie Wilson and Josephine Mc­
daughter Lois, Mrs. Tom Wilson.
Walter Bray and son John have Trank L. Jewett. Deceased.
Entire wrote tests on the League of
tone to Butter Creek to begin sheep
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Mrs. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Nations which were entered in na­
CHICKS MAKE
shearing.
Rainwater were visitors ar the L. tional competition at New York.
the
undersigned
executrix
of
the
last
Con-
Lyle Brown and Josephine
The high school girls are taking
tell accompanied by Mark Shields will and testament of Frank L. Jew­ Hammer home Sunday.
ett. deceased, has filed her final re­
Mrs. W. B. Trumble and son Bob track during the gym period.
■pent Monday In Walla Walla.
The
will decorate the gym
START YOUR CHICKS ON SURE-
Mrs. E. McKenzie returned to port with the Clerk of the above en­ of Hermiston and Mr. and Mrs. Gus for the juniors,
senior frolic this week.
Portland Tuesday morning.
UVE STARTER MASH AND
titled Court, and that the Judge of Under were visitors at the Casady
The
freshmen
entertained
mem
­
Barney Powell of La Grande Is said Court has designated Saturday, not e Sund w afternoon.
FARM TESTED BABY CHICK
bers of other classes at a party last
isiting at the W. B. Dexter home.
SCRATCH.
Laura and Dorothy Conrad. Ed. Monday night.
Mrs. Wm. Conlon accompanied hv the 18th day of May. 1*35. at 2:00
The handball tournament play-off
Mrs. Lambert, Margaret Baumann ‘clock in the afternoon as the time, Banta and Jack Allen were visitors
See and hear what Frank and Mollie Roberta
was staged Monday.
nd Mrs F. Petite spent Monday in ind the rooms of the above entitled at the Addleman home Sunday.
aaw when they visited the world’s largest
‘Valla Walla
Court In the County Court House in
poultry farm devoted solely to the study of
Mrs. F. Galley of Cambridge
Kansas, Is visiting her son and Pendleton. Umatilla County. Oregon
poultry problems. "What’s Ahead” is a talking
laughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. H, as the place when and where hear­
picture no poultryman should miss. Interesting,
■»»Iley and children.
ing is to be had thereon. All per-
MOLASSES FEED Sack
Dave 1 ane returned Monday from sons interested are hereby notified
'cattle where he spent the week end. to then and there appear and show
BEET PULP Sack
Mr. and Mrs. James Byrnes and
laughter Louise and grandson Gor- cause. If any they have, why said
don Lee. accompanied by Mrs. Cier­ report should not be approved, the
MILL RUN-------- Sack
»nee Shaw, motored to Pendleton executrix discharged and the eatate
Saturday.
closed.
SHORTS------- Sack
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McMillan and
Dated this 18th day of April,
family, who have been visiting In
1935.
Yakima returned home Sunday.
BRAN
Mrs. Lambert of Seattle Is visiting
IDA L. JEWETT. Executrix.
| at the William Conlon home.
(April 18— May 16}
Shown At
Mr. and Mrs H. C Bramer of Os-
| wego. Ore., are visiting their son
ONLY TO SUPPLY YOU WITH ADDITIONAL PARTS AND A CAR
I and family Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Bra-
I mer and son. Devee Brown drove
THAT RUNS LIKE A TOP.
their car for them.
NEW * USED PARTS
USED CARS
The Umatilla high’ school girl’s
baseball team defeated the Hermis-
ton team Thursday 28 to 13.
PHONE 69 W
Devee Brown, who attended Bible
HERMISTON
Institute in Portland Is visiting his
PEACE
SECURITY
EASTER
GREETING
WISH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
A
H
A Body Builder
USED
CARS
t
Dr. A. C. Willcutt
SURELIVE
TALKING PICTURE
CHAMPIONS!
POULTRYMEN Y
Dairy, Feeds
"UTO
FREE!
J
“SERVICE
WE WRECK YOUR CAR--YES!
To Be
Union Church • Hermiston
Friday, April 26
—6
95c
$1.45
Ellis Feed
Hermiston Auto Wrecking House
parents Mr. and Mrs. Scott Brown
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