The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, September 12, 1935, Page 4, Image 4

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    Local Happenings |
• loyd Snyder of Pendleton was a
business visitor in town Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Quick were Pen­
dleton business visitors Monday.
Miss Norma Davis was a Pendle­
ton visitor Sunday.
Fall styles in felt hats. Alma
Hitt's Shop.
adv
A son was born Monday to Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Somo at Irrigon.
OASIS THEATRE
HERMISTON, OREGON
Two Shows—7:15 - 9:00 P.M.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
September 13-14
Saturday: Surprise Matinee
9:15 P. M.
A Yarn with a Kick Like a
Local Steer!
Clarence E. Mulford's
“Hop-Along__
Cassidy”
with WILLIAM BOYD
JIMMY ELLISON
- Paula Stone
Three Musketeers of the Messa in
ou; ' riding romance of
roaring West!
1HORT FEATURES
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THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, 1935
THE HERMISTON HERALD, HERMISTON, OREGON.
FOUR
AY and MONDAY
ptember 15-16
nee 2:30 Sunday
man Hold the Love of
Two Men in Her Heart?
“Without
Regret”
with
Elissa Landi - Paul Cavanaugh
Kent Taylor - Frances Drake
Here's Your Answer—in a smash­
ing story of tangled love haunted
by the ghost of a woman’s early
fe.
PLUS SHORT FEATURES.
Dayton Harris, Fred Reeves, Eu­
gene Pierce and Tom Stewart left
last Friday for Forest Grove. Or.
Hardy Young of Willsonville, Or.,
is a house uest at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. A. C. Swarner this week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Douglas were
visitors in Pilot Rock Tuesday with
relatives.
Mrs. M. A. Colpftts returned last
Saturday from Yuma, Colorado,
where she has been since June.
C. R. Moore attended the Town­
send club meeting and picnic on
Monday of last week at Emigrant
Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Felthouse and
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Clarke motored
to Celilo Sunday where they enjoyed
the day watching the Indians fish.
A baby daughter was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Geo Harris Saturday, Sep­
tember 7. She has been named Fran­
ces.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Elliott of
Pendleton visited in Hermiston Sun­
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O.
C. Pierce.
The Pacific Telephone & Tele­
graph crew under foreman Fred
Ritzinger were working in the Her­
miston territory early this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bloom and daugh­
ter Kay Elizabeth of Heppner spent
Sunday visiting friends here. Mr.
Bloom is superintendent of the Hep­
pner schools.
.
Miss Helen Connor, who is in
nurses training in a Portland hospi­
tal. is expected in Hermiston Fri­
day enroute to Pendleton to visit
her mother.
Burke Doyle of Plymouth, Wn.,
visited In Hermiston Saturday night
He expects to leave soon for Seattle
to resume his studies at the Univer­
sity of Washington.
J. S. Mudge, Credit Manager for
the Sperry Flour Co., of Spokane,
was a guest at the home of his bro­
ther and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
O. K. Mudge Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shinkle an­
nounce the arrival of a daughter
named Ellen Patricia, Saturday,
September 7. The family live north
of town.
Miss Gladys Swarner of Corvallis
accompanied by Elizabeth Ann and
Claudia Stein and Rohiar Stein of
Sherwood, Or., arrived here Thurs­
day to visit over the week end at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Swarner.
and attend the Pendleton Round-Up.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Quiring left last
Thursday night for Dallas, Or.,
where they expect to visit relatives.
Jack Estel is assisting in the Herald
office during Mr. Quiring’s absence.
A. S. Athey, former publisher of
the Hermiston Herald, called at the
office early
Thursday
morning
enroute to the Pendleton Round-Up.
Mr. Athey is now in Portland.
Arthur Johnson, Wallowa county
stock rancher, was in Hermiston
Wednesday studying the set-up and
operation of the various cooperative
organizations here.
Miss Shirley
Brownson,
who
teaches commerce in the Pendleton
high school, was ill at the home of
her parents Bunday and was taken
to St. Anthony’s hospital Monday for
treatment. She is suffering from a
severe throat infection.
Miss Arlyne Clarke left last Sat­
urday for John Day, Or., where she
will teach in the high school this
year. Mies Clark is a graduate of
Albany college and has made her
home with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Clark a greater part of the
past two years.
Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Strohm
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. W.
Christensen of Seattle drove to
Walla Walla. On the return trip
they stopped in Athena to visit the
Frank Little family, formerly of
Hermiston.
Dr. H. C. Curry, the Seattle Opto­
metrist who has made professional
visits to Hermiston for 20 years and
is known for good optical work at
reasonable prices, will again be at
Hotel Hermiston, Saturday, Septem­
ber 21, for one day. Eyes examined,
glasses ground and fitted to each in­
dividual eye. No guesswork.
adv
School supplies at Amsberry's. adv
Eric Byorkgren, formerly of Her­
miston, and Douglas Danialson of
Aberdeen, Wn., arrived here Thurs­
day afternoon and expect to take in
the Round-Up in Pendleton while
visiting friends here. The two have
been on a vacation trip and just
left Grand Coulee dam, the $300,-
000,000 power project in Washing­
ton.
Canvas Gloves, 14 oz. 15c pair at
Amsberry’s.
adv
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Carson return­
ed the first of last week from Emi­
grant Springs where they had at­
tended a Townsend club meeting and
picnic. They were accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Darling and
Mrs. Darling’s mother Mrs. Eva Rog­
ers, who Is visiting here from Mas­
sachusetts.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Upham re­
turned Saturday from a week's va­
cation trip to Willamette valley
points. They visited the state fair at
Salem the first of the week and then
motored to Gaston, Or., where they
spent the remainder of the week
with their daughter and family.
Geo. H. Osborn of Portland, fath­
er of Mrs. O. C. Pierce of Hermiston,
arrived here Tuesday afternoon by
stage and will stay in eastern Ore­
gon to attend his first Round-Up at
the age of 83 years. He expects to
visit another daughter, Mrs. Ray­
mond Elliott in Pendleton.
Clement Stockard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. H. Stockard, left Wednes­
day for Corvallis where he expects
to enroll as a student at Oregon
State college. He accompanied his
sister-in-law. Mrs. Paul Stockard,
who visited here the first two days
of this week.
:
S. L. Carson, pioneer of the Her­
miston project, was taken to St. An­
thony’s hospital in Pendleton, Tues­
day of this week quite ill. Latest re­
ports were that he was somewhat
improved.
The Misses Alice Welbes and
Juanita Cole of Portland arrived
Thursday afternoon and are house
guests of Miss Marian Henderson at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ba­
ker. They will attend the Pendleton
Round-Up while here.
Miss Opal Stockard, who has been
visiting relatives in Corvallis most
of the summer, accompanied her
sister-in-law, Mrs. Paul Stockard,
home Monday and entered high
school Tuesday. They were accom­
panied by Mrs. Dau Danforth, who
is a niece of Mrs. Frank Guiwita.
Mrs. E. H. Edwards and two
daughters left early last week tor
Portland where they expect to visit
relatives. Alice Edwards has been in
Portland for three weeks. Mr. and
Mrs. Edwards recently sold their
arm near town and plan to locate
in the Willamette valley later in
the year.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Amsberry and
two children of Bend and Miss
Norma Dell Amsberry of Portland
are expected as guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Amsberry Friday
afternoon. While here they expect
to attend the Pendleton Round-Up
Saturday. The two Amsberrys are
brothers and Miss Amsberry is their
niece.
Guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Enos D. Martin this week in­
clude Mrs. Martin’s mother, Mrs. R.
F. Ray, her brother Ralph Ray, and
Mr. Martin’s brother Ira H. Martin,
all of Rupert, Idaho, and Miss Mild­
red Nickerson, also of Rupert. They
were accompanied from Twin Falls,
Idaho, by Jack and Dick Martin who
have been working for the Idaho
Power Company there'this summer.
The boys expect to leave about Sep­
tember 20th for Corvallis to enroll
at O. S. C. The Martin’s and their
guests expect to attend the Pendle­
ton Round-Up this week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Strohm were
pleasantly surprised at their home
Sunday in honor of Mrs. Strohm’s
birthday anniversary. The visitors
brought a delicious dinner, and later
further surprised the honoree with
a handkerchief shower. Those en­
joying the day were Mr. and Mrs.
L. W. Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
Webber, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rueber
and daughter Nadine and son Leo,
and Robert Rueber of Stanfield, Ar­
nold Rueber, of Oelwein, Iowa, and
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lindner and daugh
ter Fern and Melvin Follett. Later
in the day Mr. and Mrs. Strohm's
niece and nephew Mr. and Mrs. Wil­
lis Christensen of Seattle, arrived to
join in the celebration. They will
remain a week, spending one day at
the Pendleton Round-Up.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Buhmann
had a very pleasant surprise last
Sunday when Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Buhmann and Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Buhmann of Camas. Wn., motored
down to Hermiston to visit them.
One of their objects in coming was
to discover if there was any family
relationship between the families.
After visiting most of the day the
group came to the conclusion that
they were the third generation of
cousins of A. Buhman, and that a
member of the fourth generation is
now teaching at Heppner. Or. The
Buhmans had lived at Camas for
fifteen years.
Surveys and conferences connect­
ed with the study of the Columbia
basin undertaking by the Northwest
regional planning commission Thurs­
day called Marshall N. Dana, chair­
man, and Maj. R. F. Bessey, chief
consultant, into Montana and East­
ern Washington. The regional plan
ning commission, at suggestion of
Harold Ickes, secretary of interior,
is mapping and studying the entire
Columbia basin area, from the Rock­
ies to the Coast, classifying natural
resources, population trends, com­
mercial possibilities and political
.
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Hermiston
STOCK RANCH!
34752-Raymond: This property con­
sists 2718 acres pasture, 402 acres
wild meadow hay, and 40 acres cul­
tivated. Good house, barn and gar­
age. Spring water piped into house
and barn. Located 55 miles from
Prineville, Oregon, 6 miles from
Mitchell, Oregon. School and Church.
Ground
Nat Kimball
CHARGES
Pendleton, Oregon
SEPTEMBER SALE
TJAVG0
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BEGINNING FRIDAY. SEPT. 13TH
‘TILL WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 18TH.
SAFEWAY’S BIG ANNUAL EVENT
SOUP
SPERRY'S DRIFTED SNOW
FLOUR
VAN CAMPS'
88
Swetened Shred
Everv Sack Guaranteed
$1.59
49 lb. sack
Calumet
Es.
Shredded Wheat
N.B.C. (The Original)
2 Packages..........
Oysters
HOÓDYS
PEANUT BUTTER
1%2 Lb- Glassa,
GULFKIST
Five Ounce
Cans.............
25c
SHORTING
CUDHAY'S
49c
Pound Carton
15c
DEVILED MEAT
SALMON
• cans
Large size —
EVERY ONE who steps into the Ford
V-8 for the first lime is surprised at its
roominess. There’s exceptional seat
room, leg room and head room in all
body types — the whole rar gives you
a feeling of substantial size.
The Ford gives you extra body room
because of the compact design of the
V-8 engine —an exclusive Ford fea­
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takes up less space in the hood and
permits more of the ear’s length to be
used for passenger comfort. Many a
25Lb* 25c
POTATOES
BALL QUART
FRUIT JARS
1 Doz. 860
ECONOMY LIDS
1 Doz 24c
Reg-77
2 1bs. 25c
2 I*» 25c
CHEEKS Lb. 19c
car selling at a higher price does not
give you as murh interior room as the
Ford V-8.
ROUND BEEF
Rear seals are wide and restful . . •
three people can ride comfortably in
the front seat of the Fordor Sedan,
Fordor Touring Sedan, Convertible
Sedan and Phaeton, and in the Coupes
and Roadster. The seat, of the Ford
V-8 Roadster is 52 inches wide. A ride
in the Ford V-8 will show that it com­
bines unusual body room with fine-ear
performance, safety and comfort.
HALIBUT
RIB BOLL
MOTHER’S
Quick or Regular
Premium
co ii
Package.........
aw A
BEANS
$1-19
GALLON
PICNICKS, Per LiD.
MEN'S OXFORDS
23c
$2.49
New Shipment Just In
MEN’S REINDEER
BLOUSES ......
$2 20
70949
Fleece Lined Zipper, Waterproof
Of
Cans
29
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BEST FOOD
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ap —_
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89c
g
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HILL SDALE
Pineapple
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25C
Monday
WHITE LAUNDRY
10 BARS........ .......................
* Matched Slices
Two and one-half g
size cana.......
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Large Package ...
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Dozen Cans ...
CIGARETTS
2
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JUICE
RELIANCES OR CAMPBELLS
Raleighs and other popular
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PACKAGES
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Tomato
LIBBYS
(onefourth size)
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OATS
SALADOIL
49c
PUFFED WHEAT 2 pks
19-
M. J. B. COFFEE, Any
29c
Size .....................
CRACKERS
2 Lbs 29c
PAPER NAPKINS
10c
Cellophane Wrap
DRY ONIONS 10 Lbs.
15c
19c
Coffee
17c
49c
In Bulk—Bring Your -Container
FORD V-8
Per
Pound
RICH BRAZILIAN
BAKING POWDER
Pound Can................
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There’s lots of room in the
No. 2 Cans
(Large Cans)
49 lb. sack
Winner in Contest
Mrs. F. C. Woughter, Hermiston,
Oregon, is the winner of a $5 cash
prize in the nation-wide “Make-It-
Yourself" contest
conducted by
Sears, Robuck and Co. Mrs. Wough­
ter was awarded one of the ten fifth
regional prizes in the senior divis­
ion class for wearing apparel.
sub-divisions. The survey will be
completed about November 1.—Ore­
gon Journal.
DANA AND BESSEY
ON SURVEY TRIP
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47%
MILK
FEDERAL
3
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RASINS
FANCY SEEDLESS
4
Package.
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able COFEEE
Every Sack Guaranteed to Please You
Pound
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