The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, May 30, 1935, Page 4, Image 4

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    Local Happenings
Clarence Henning returned Mon-
S day evening from Corvallis where he
I visited friends over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Barnard of
Freewater w»re Sunday visitors in
Hermiston.
Miss Margaret McMullen plans to
leave Friday of this week for Se­
attle where she will visit her aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Dodd motored
to Pendleton Monday afternoon
where Mrs. Dodd attended the fu­
neral of Mrs. Lee Moorhouse, one of
Pendleton's finest pioneer women.
Charlotte Ralph returned Wednes­
day
—9. afternoon from
----- Vancouver, Wn.
‘‘As
A. D. Smith left Sunday on a busi- where she has been visiting at the
ness trip to Portland.
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Scho­
field, for the past two weeks.
P. P. Sullivan left last week for
Portland and Roseburg where he
The Methodist church Sunday
will visit his son and daughter.
school will give an entertainment
and ice cream social on the church
Joe Hawkins was a business visi­ lawn Friday, May 31, at 7:30 p. m.
tor here Saturday.
Everyone is invited to attend, adv.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Peterson and
Mrs. Harry McMillan, who was a
delegate to Grand Rebekah lodge at son Harold of Portland attended
Elmer James arrived this week Salem last week, is spending ten commencement exercises here last
Thursday night, when Edward Pe­
from Viena, Missouri, and will visit days visiting relatives in Eugene.
terson graduated. They returned to
bis
cousin Baxter Hutchison in Co­
Patty Robinett, daughter of Mr. Portland the first of the week.
lumbia.
and Mrs. Clarence Robinett of Harr­
Miss Clara Rettie, who has been
Mr. and Mrs. C. Tillery of Port- ah, Wn., who has been seriously ill
land spent the week end here visit- is reported to be somewhat improved teaching in the high school at Nys-
thia week.
sa, Ore., was a week end house guest
ing their son Jack.
of Mrs. 0. W. Payne, while return­
Mrs. Jessie Hooker and daughter ing to her home at Fossil, Ore., at
Nellie, Jo Ellen Mopps and Duane the close of her school. She left
Lathrop were business visitors in Monday morning.
Umatilla Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Glenn of Sum-
Miss Cecelia Brennan, who teach­ merville. Ore., and Mrs. G. C. Clark
HERMISTON, OREGON es at Pine City, is the house guest of of Flora were over night guests at
Miss Marian Henderson this week the home of Mr. and Mrs.
B.
Two Shows—7:15 - 9:00 PM.
at the C. E. Baker home.
Clark Tuesday. Mrs. Clark is Mr.
Clark’s mother and Mrs. Glenn is
FRIDAY - SATURDAY
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Norton and son his aunt.
of Mt. Vernon arrived Wednesday to
MAY 31 - JUNE 1
spend Memorial day in Hermiston
Betty Morehouse, daughter of Mr.
MATINEE 2:30 SATURDAY
with friends.
and Mrs. W. C. Morehouse, returned
from Yakima. Wn., Saturday after
SATURDAY — Surprise Matinee
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hooker and visiting relatives for two weeks.
9:15 P. M
daughter Nellie, and Marian Ware, While there she attended the pioneer
who has been visiting at the Hooker celebration.
The proud and noble tillers of the
home, motored to Walla Walla Wed­
soil, their life and love, as seen
nesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Alspach left
through the big brown eyes of
V-8 standard tudor was deliv- the first of the week for California
wonderful child!
ered to Clyde Kennison at Stanfield in company with Mr. and Mrs. F. F.
last week, by the Rohrman Motor Chambers, formerly of the Umatilla
airport, who will visit relatives
Co.
there for two weeks. Mr. Alspach’s
Mrs. Wm. Van Winkle of Lexing­ place is being filled at Burnham's by
ton visited over Sunday with her W. H. Terry of Portland.
sister, Mrs. R. B. Wilcox. She said
the wheat in that section had dried
Miss Bonnie Lamberson, daughter
CLOUA STUART
out for lack of proper moisture.
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lamberson,
and D. S. Moore were in Prosser,
PLUS SHORT FEATURES
Mrs. E. A. Buskirk and daughter Wn., last Friday, where they pur­
Laura and son Jack visited at the chased a marriage license, but the
home of their daughter, Mrs. Joe wedding has been postponed.
SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY Quick,
early this week. They are
JUNE 2-3-4
from Pocatello, Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Power enter­
MATINEE 2:30 SUNDAY
Among those who .expect to leave tained Wednesday, May 22, honor­
Thursday morning on a fishing trip ing their son Wayne Power on his
to Paulina Lake near Bend, Ore., are birthday. Approximately forty guests
HIS FUNNIEST
Roy Hale, Sam Moore, Geo. Harken- enjoyed playing pinochle during the
evening. Prizes were won by Mrs.
rider and Roy Thomas.
Ralph Thornberg and Miss Lauretta
Miss Eva Wilcox returned home Mulkins. Two huge birthday cakes
Saturday after a two weeks' stay at were cut later in the evening.
funnier!
Ellis Ranger Station with her broth­
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Dr. H. C. Curry, the Seattle opto­
LIFE BEGINS a740 er
Wilcox.
metrist who has made professional
visits to Hermiston for 20 years and
Mrs. Leila Phelps left for her is known for good optical work at 1
CARTOON AND COMEDY.
home in Bend Monday morning af­ reasonable prices, will again be at |
ter spending the week end here vis­ the Hotel Hermiston, Wed., June 5,1
iting at the home of her son and for one day. Eyes examined. Glas- !
WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
family, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Phelps. ses fitted to each individual eye. No I
guesswork in my method.
adv.
JUNE 5 • «
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Schofield of
A THRILL PACKED WESTERN!
Vancouver, Wn., are expected Mem­
Mr. and Mrs. John Stratton and
orial day to visit at the home of Mrs. John Spusse of Monument, Wn.
Mrs. Schofield's parents, Mr. and spent Wednesday and Thursday of
Mrs. W. J. Warner.
last week visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Payne. They
Among those from Hermiston who attended commencement exercises
witnessed the air derby in Walla Thursday night when Mrs. Stratton's
Walla Sunday afternoon wore Mr. sister. Miss Genevieve Burnside,
and Mrs. Geo. Harkenrider, Mr. and graduated. Mrs. Spusse is Gene­
with
Mrs. James Todd, Mr. and Mrs. II. A. vieve’s aunt.
Pankow, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hale, Dr.
and Mrs. A. E. Marble and family.
Mary Burnham left Tuesday morn­
Mr. and Mrs. Al Quiring. Geo. Wag- ing for Ellensberg, Wn., where she
ner.
Harry
McMillan,
Mr.
and
Mrs.
PLUS SHORT FEATURES.
will visit her sister. Miss Marjorie,
Wm. Shaar. and Miss Ruth Dodd.
who will graduate from Ellensberg
Normal next week. During the past
year Marjorie has been practice
teaching in the Nursery School, at
the normal. J. S. Burnham motored
to Poseo with his daughter from
where she took the stage for Ellens-
berg.
OASIS THEATRE
‘The Last
Round Up’
Randolph Scott
Rexall 1c Sale
4 DAYS-Wed., Thurs., Fri. & Sat
FAMOUS MEDICINES at 2 for
the price of 1 plus ONE CENT
Rexall Remedies
50c Eyelo - 8 oi.
for
26c ! Foot Powder
4 os.
25c ' Laxative Cold
Tablets - 24's
50c Laxative Salt
7 os.
25c Little Liver •
Pills - 100'a •
25c Corn Pads 12s
(Zinc Oxide)
Z. O. Adhesive
Plaster l"x5 yd.
49c Size Puretest
Aspirin Tablets
100's
tor
26c
for
26c
for
for
for
for
26c
26c
50C
for
49c Mi. 31 Anti-
septic Solution
35c Size Harmony 4 for
—
Bay Rum
5Oc
26c Sise Klenzo • for
Facial Tissue 4
26c
76c
Monreale Olive Oil
12 os.
9 Symbol Hot
Water Bottles
‘
all Milk of
Re-nesia Tooth­
paste
THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1935
THE HERMISTON HERALD, HERMISTON, OREGON.
PAGE FOUR
Puretest Producta
2 for 46c
tor $1.01
2 tor 26c
45c Castor Oil
8 os.
Cod Liver
4
Oil Tablets^
110*8
16 os. Epsom Salt
25c Glycerine Sup­
positories. In­
fant's, Adult's <
2 tor 26c
Halibut Liver 4
Oil Capsules al tor $1.01
50's
50c Disinfectant
No. C. 16 os
25c Soda Mint
Tablets 140 s
39c Sodium Perb­
orate flv'd. 4os.
25c Tincture Iodine
with Applicator 4
1 M.
25c Zine Stearate de
1 os.
tor
51c
26c
for
4Oc
for
for
a 26c
for
26c
More Items Not Mentioned
Include—
Stationery
Toiletries
Candy
Hospital Supplies
Shaving Heeds
THOMPSON'S DRUG STORE
HERMISTON. OREGON
Members of the young people’s
class and Christian Endeavor society
of the Union church enjoyed a pic­
nic and welner roast in Columbia
park Tuesday evening. Over 30
young people were present who en­
joyed games and participated in a
business meeting at which Edna
Turnblad was elected president of
the class. Harold Neill, vice presi-
dent, and Bernice Neill, secretary.
Jack Tillery left Tuesday for the
J. L. Daugherty farm near Echo
where he will be employed.
Mrs. Frank Fowler of Portland is
visiting friends and renewing old
acquaintances in Hermiston. She ar­
rived last week from Portland with
Miss Shirley Jarmon when she came
home to spend the summer at the
close of her school near Portland.
Mrs. Fowler is making her head­
quarters at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Strohm.
An interesting engagement an­
nouncement last week was that of
Miss Esther Tiffany of Portland to
John M. Pace Jr., who is the eldest
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pace of
Hermiston. The announcement was
made last week at a formal dinner
party given by Miss Mildred Maide
at her home in Portland. Miss Tif­
fany is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William H. Tiffany.
giths
Everybody!
A group of the younger set enjoy­
ed the day Sunday at Bingham
Springs swimming and picnicing.
Included in the group were the Mis­
ses Sylvia Shutter, Bonnie Lamber­
son, Carrie Lage, Maxine Paul, Le-
one Hiatt and Joy Coe, Echo, Neva
Richards, Mildred Phelps, Norma
Davis; and the Messrs Fred Reeves,
Don Moore, Jack Reeves, Jim Len­
hart, Fred Rankin, Stuart Rankin,
Wallace Chamness, Gerald Keller,
Floyd Pierce, Eugene Hanby, of Her­
miston; and Carl Rhea and Lee Con­
nor of Stanfield.
Wc Greet You at Our
• OPENING *
Tuesday Evening-7:30
JUNE 4th
Registered
Pharmacist
(O0R THE CHILD
SCHOOL
/AND
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• Hello
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headquarters
FOR
COOL - REFRESHING
HOT WEATHER
A COMPLETE STOCK TO
FOUNTAIN DRINKS
FILL YOUR NEEDS.
Football
The football season is worry
time for most parents. Perhaps
most of our fears are groundless,
particularly in the case of the
__________ senior high school
kapor
1 boy. boy
But for the
g s younger
in the
X
H grades and junior
karge high school, football
Wass becomes a hazard.
‘ “haTa
CF athletics
Most leaders in
and physi­
cal education believe
that the boy should not play the
real game until he is in the senior
school. And then only when he is
in the best condition as shown by a
physician’s examination.
Every
candidate for any school athletic
team should be thoroughly exam­
ined before being allowed to join
the squad.
As a part of the examination
some schools are demanding a tu­
berculin test and an X-ray of the
chest This practice will become
general in time for all students.
To the parent of a player, the foot­
ball season is the ideal time to put
the health rules into practice. At
this time, the boy will do anything
under the guise of training.
The coach and the trainer have a
real educational opportunity. Let
football be the vehicle for valuable
lessons in nutrition, the correct
diet, the value of milk, sleep, bath­
ing, and the like. The boy will
feel the good effects, so utilize his
interest in an effort to have him
carry over the health practices
when the season is ended.
Dr. Ireland will discute food es-
sentíale for the school child in his
next series.
THOMPON’S DRUG STORE
The Rexall Store
FRIENDLY
SAFEWAY STORES
* STARTLING
— SPECIAL —
JUNE MONEY SAVING EVENT
For Friday, Saturday & Monday—
MAY 31 - JUNE 1 and 3.
Puffed Wheat
Quakers
Package ..................................
at The Hermiston Herald.
Insured Carriers
Phone 63
6.
CHEESE
%
Mild - Full Cream
Pound ......................
Clabber Girl
AIRWAY
Grape Fruit
Del Monte
No. 2 cans
Cans .............................
COFFEE
Pounds
3
53c
Jell Well
"Cube Flavored”
Packages ..............
•
—
HAMS
HOMINY
Cudahy’s - Med. Weight
Half or Whole 4 p.
Pound ....... .........
Van Camps - 2 1 Size Can
Can
10c
GREGORY TRUCK SERVICE
Live Stock Hauling to Portland
Rate: 60c Per 100
Stanfield — — Oregon
ce
MUSTARD
Bronson’s Prepared g ■
Quart Jar
SLEEPY
HoLLow
WE ARE SAVING OUR CUSTOMERS MONEY!
ARE YOU ONE OF THEM?
The Very
Finest
Blend of
Cane and
Maple Syrup
Mayonnaise
Best Foods
Fäpt 29c
FLOUR
Sperry’s - Drifted Snow
49 lb. bag
1 lb.
can
2 lb.
can
49c
STRAWBERRIES
FRESH LOCALS
CRATE ....
(24 Boxes)
19c
LOCAL
Hermiston Mercantilo Cooperative
Irt 49c
EDWARD'S DEPENDABLE
Vacuum Packed Tins
Boxes ..
19c
* “
5-oz. cans ................... J
Lb. Tin for
35c
35c
35c
68c
33c
35c
.................
SHRIMP
Fancy Pack
a
SYRUP
SPECIALS MAY 31 and JUNE 1st and 3rd.
Cans
SALMON Pink - Large Cans
Cans
TOMATOES Large 2% Size
Cans
Golden Bantam No. 2s
CORN
Cans
MILK Bordens "Irradiated”
PEANUT BUTTER Hoody ’s 2 Lbs.
Ca ns
TUNA FLAKES
"Will not bake
VANILLA out or freeze out’’ 2s os. Bottles
For Soft Drinks
KOOLADE or Sherbets
Mild Loaf
CHEESE
Jell Well or HOLLYWOOD DESSERT
a .
I°C
• 62
-2%
•
Baking Powder
• Lb. can.........................
3
25
SERVICE
COURTEOUS
NEW
New Peas
Pound_____
g m
p.
Potatoes
Lbs
19c
PHONE 241
Rhubarb
3
Lbs.
HERMISTON