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

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    THE HERMISTON HERALD, HERMISTON, OREGON.
PAGE TWO
Uhe Germiston Serali
Published every Thursday at Hermis-
ton. Umatilla County. Oregon, by
Pauline M. Stoop and Alfred Quiring,
Publishers.
■ntered as Second Class Matter
December. 1906, Umatilla County,
Oregon.
Subscription Rates:
One Tear ______ ___________ $1.00
Six Months ------- —----- --------
.75
Three Months .......
.50
BEP
ME
ON
Now that the Round-Up is over,
and the irrigating season is com­
pleted, and the warm weather has
ceased to be burdensome, and school
is well underway, and the fair build­
ings are rising rapidly, let's all turn
our minds and energies and good
spirit toward making our own Uma­
tilla Project fair a grand success.
It is our show, and it is our time to
celebrate and we should take pride
in keeping our own enterprises of
all kinds as outstanding as possible.
The exhibits should be well prepared
and the attendance the largest in
the history of the 23 years of our
fair.
If there is a more meritorious
project for irrigation than Butter
Creek, it hasn't been found. Neigh­
bors can help neighbors and now is
our time to help bring back these
great feeding grounds of eastern
Oregon.
Bill Hanley could have hardly or­
dered his departure from the scenes
of his beloved ranges In a better
way. At his last round-up the ro­
mantic picture of his lifetime was
set before him. The cow hands
were there, the horses and the cat­
tle and the color of the hills and
plains. Then the curtain fell. This
great actor in the drama of the west
had gone on the long, long trail.
SILVER ANNIVERSARY
PACIFIC
"shAnnuat
INTERNATIONAL
LIVI
EXPOSITION ;
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-ivitiv
We have had plenty of water in
a year of drouth. We have good
crops when many others have little.
Our relief roll is scarcely, what we
had before "relief” was heard of.
And with it all we have the splendid
wherewithals for a real Thanksgiv­
ing.
It looks like war again. General
Sherman told us once what war is.
and we have seen how well he des­
cribed it in recent years. The World
War started like the bursting of
a bomb. This war had been ap­
proaching against, and with discus­
sion of all the nations. But war it
looks like it must be and it will be
the same kind of war. And it may
reach out, who knows how tar. Let
us hope that America has a higher
vision than a power mad monarch
dictator and that the thoughts of
our best citizens will transcend all
the dire desires of greedy, selfish in-
terests.
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IRRIGON NEWS
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By Mrs. W. C. Isom
Mr. and Mm. Shell of Portland
were guests of Mr. and Mm. Emmett
McCoy several days last week. They
attended the Pendleton Round-Up
Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Soma are the proud
parents of a baby boy born Monday
of last week.
Stanley Atkin attended a meeting
of school superintendents at Hep­
pner Friday.
Mr. and Mm. Carl Alquist of Vale
visited last week with relatives and
friends here. They were returning
home from a trip to the coast.
Mr. Fletcher and son and Vern
Larson of Hood River were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Isom Saturday
night. Vern is a grand nephew of
Mm. Isom and recently came here
from South Dakota.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Coryell and Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Horner attended the
Pendleton Round-Up Saturday.
Special baptismal services were
held at the Pentecostal church Thurs
day afternoon. A large crowd was
present from Heppner. Rev. Jones
of Auburn and Rev. Womack were in
charge.
Miss Vonna Jones, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Jones and Miss
Billy aMrkham. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Markham left Sunday for
Walla Walla where they will attend
Whitman college.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Bedwell and sons
Roy and Ernest were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. H. C. Warner Sunday.
Russell Miller visited his wife
and daughter Mildred last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kendler Jr. and
daughter Yvonne and Mrs. Eugene
McFarland of Umatilla were dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Isom
Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Kendler
left this week to make their home in
Portland.
JANE WITHERS PROVOKES
KAY HORSE
6118 SHOW
99 RODEO
PORTLAND, OREGON
October 5112
19 Shows In One—11 acres under one
roof. Exhibits of pure*bred Livestock,
Dogs, Poultry, Pet Stock,Wild Life, Land
Products, Manufactured Products, 4*H
Club and Smith-Hughes Vocational
Education Work; Combination Horse
Show and Indoor Rodeo.
LARGE PREMIUM LISTS
REDUCED
FARES - ALL LINES
A. W. CHRISTOPHERSON
Physician and Surgeon.
—
Bank Building
Office Hours
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—
9-12 and 2-5
LAUGHTER IN
"GINGER."
A bundle of sure-fire, top-notch
comedy entertainment will be at the
Oasis theatre Sunday and Monday in
the picture "Ginger.”
"Ginger” boasts the world’s cham-
pion small girl and boy heavies of
the screen — Jane Withers and
Jackie Seari. There's a swell clash,
with a world of comedy, when these
youngsters get together, although
they’re not heavies in this picture
You'll enjoy the manner in which
the talented, little, orphan Jane, de-
nied the love and care of a mother
and father, herself looks afte • O. P.
Heggie, gives him lectures, loves
him. defends him and keeps house
for him. When Jane is taken into the
Park Avenue home of the pampered
Jackie Svari, trouble and fun are
certain to follow and they do.
Sol M. Wurtzel produced this new
screen hit, which was directed by
Lewis Seiler.
STOCK AND WHEAT RANCH.
W. J. WARNER
Attorney-at-Law
Hermiston - Oregon
DR. A. E. MARBLE
CHIROPRACTOR
Office: Two doors west post office
office Hours: 8 to 12 - 1:80 to 0
Phone 481------- Hermiston. Ore.
Hermiston Post No. 37
28415-Keithley: This property con­
sists of 370 acres cultivated. 790
acres pasture. Good house, barn and
garage. Located 20 miles S.W. of
Heppner, Oregon. 3 miles from
school.
a Nat Kimball
Pendleton. Oregon
COMING'AGAIN
Meets first and third
Thursday. Legion Auxil-
Dr. Curry, the old Reliable
Optometrist of Seattle
W. L Morgan, D. M. D.
General Dentistry
X-Ray and Diagnosis
Bank Bldg.
Phone 9-J
Residence Phone 25-J
Bunday and Evenings by
Appointment
Dr. A. C.
Willcutt
who has made professional visits
to Hermiston for 25 years, will
again be at the
Hotel Hermiston
SAT., SEPT. 21
—Glasses Ground and Fitted.
OSTEOPATHIC
PHYSICIAN & SUMSOB
RELIEVE EYE STRAIN
AND HEADACHE
APAITTS
CHARGES REASONABLE
OSBORN
STANFIELD NEWS
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Mr. and Mm. David Arnott and
son left Monday for Cove, Or.
Friends and neighbore of Mm.
Bordera gathered at the home of
Mrs. Alpha Christley Tuesday to
honor her before she leaves soon for
Oklahoma. The afternoon was spent
quilting. Among those present were
Mesdames Gus Linder, Wm. Mike­
sell, A. H. Cable, Henry Sommerer,
Barham, E. C. Hughes, Wm. Barber,
J. H. Reid, Henry Hooker, Carl Ham­
mer, W. Çasady, L. Hammer and
Baxter Hutchison.
Mrs. Roy O’Mohundro of Nolin
was a visitor at the Struthers home
Tuesday.
By Sopáronla Rhea
Glenn Wallace, son of J. D. Wal-
lace and well known here, passed
away Sunday, September 15, at the
Veterans’ hospital in Portland. Mr. I
Wallace was a member of the first
graduating class of the Stanfield
high school, and has carried mail
on the route for the past 20 years.
He is survived by his widow, his fa­
ther, two brothers and three sisters.
Miss Evelyn Thorsen of Portland
is visiting at the home of her par­
ents Mr. and Mrs. S. Thorsen for a
week.
Wilbur Cederdale of Portland vs-
ited oveer the week end with Mrs.
PINE CITY NEWS
Sophie Kurrle and Annie Burgess.
By Oleta Neill
He attended the Round-Up while
here.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Neill, Mias
Miss Blanche Thorsen, who teach­ Alma Neill, Guy Moore and the iMs-
es in The Dalles, was home for the ses Helen and Opal Jarmon visited
Round-Up.
C. H. Bartholomew home Mon­
Bob Davis and Mrs. Sadie Wilker- at the
evening.
son of Rufus were visiting last week day Miss
O'Brien left Satur­
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. day for Isabella
The Dalles where she will
Hoggard.
the St. Mary’s academy.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Evans have re­ attend
Earl Wattenburger spent the
turned home after a month’s visit week
end in Walla Walla.
in Portland.
was dismissed Friday dur­
Miss Viola Krause of Pendleton ing School
the
Pendleton Round-Up.
visited at the home of her parents
Mrs. T. J. O’Brien and Mrs. Isa­
Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Krause Sunday. bella
Corrigal were business visitors
Helen Connor of Portland was in in Echo
Monday.
town Sunday visiting old friends.
Rauch was a business visit­
While here she attended the Round- or Fred
in Heppner Tuesday.
Up.
The Misses Helen and Opal Jar­
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Stuart of mon
and Roy Jarmon left Wednes­
Maupin were week end visitors of day for
California.
Miss Jeannie and John Albon.
Howard and Preston Myers and
Mrs. Wm. Daughtry returned Pete
Brooks of Idaho spent the lat­
home Sunday from Portland where
part of last week at the Jasper
she has been visiting her son and ter
Myers home.
family A. E. McAlister.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones and
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Berry of Fos­ daughters
Vallis, Doris and Lome of
sil are visiting at the home of her Heppner spent
Sunday afternoon
sister, Mrs. Ed Morgan.
visiting
at
the Mrs. Ollie Neill home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miller of Clark­
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Estel
and son were
ston, Wn., have been visiting the business visitors in Echo
Monday.
past week at the home of Mrs. Mil-
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Foley spent Mon­
ler's sister Mrs. E. J. Meyer.
visiting at the Frank
Marvel Rueber of Portland left day evening
home.
Sunday for her home after spending Helms
and Mrs. Jasper Myers and
the past week visiting her aunt and son Mr.
Jerry visited at the C. H. Barth­
uncle Mr. and Mrs. Jake Rueber.
home Tuesday.
Miss Mildred Peregrin, teacher in olomew Ollie
Neill and daughter Len­
the Pendleton schools, spent the nä Mrs.
and Mr. and Mrs. Emery Cox and
week end at the home of Mr. and family
were business visitors In eHr-
J. S. Rogers.
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Frank Dunne of Spokane is here mIston Saturday.
visiting his father and other rela-
Red hair is more common in Scot­
tives,
Dave Morgan, brother of Ed Mor- land than anywhere else in the
gan, is recuperating at the home of world.
his brother.
Miss Marilla Dunning was hostess
at a dinner party Sunday night hon­ *
CHURCH NOTES
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oring members of the school faculty. »♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«
Miss Dunning returned September
9 from a four month's tour in Eu­ METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
rope and the British Isles. She will
R. R. Finkbeiner, Pastor.
leave next Wednesday for Stockton,
Calif., where she will teach.
Mrs. F. B. Stuart was hostess
Tuesday afternoon to members of
the Hot e Economics club at her
home.
Marla Thorsen and Twila House
of Echo will leave Sunday for La
Grande to attend normal school.
Miss Bytha Hoskins will leave
Saturday for Corvallis to attend O.
S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Baumgartner
have purchased a new Chevrolet.
• Mrs. John Dallman and Mrs. Fred
Burnett are picking hops.
Mrs. Joe Baumgartner drove to
Pasco Wednesday, accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Laird and son
Harry, and Mrs. W. J. Rodda and
daughter Vera.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Baumgartner
and children. Fred Burnett and
daughter Joyce and W.C. Cherry, mo­
tored to Boardman Sunday to spend
the day with Mr. and Mrs. Nick
Faler.
Mrs. W. J. Rodda and daughter
Vera and Mrs. Joe Baumgartner
spent the day in Echo with Mrs. H.
E. Bartholomew.
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COLUMBIA NEWS
Greetings!
To all Round-Up of­
ficials, county fairs
and rodeo in this sec-
tion of the state
All such activities
help to publicize our
county and
come them all.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Hermiston
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over $50,000.
F. B. SWAYZE, President
A. H. NORTON, Cashier
Morning worship at 10:00 A. M.
Sunday School at 11:00 A. M.
Epworth League at 7:00 P. M.
Evangelistic service at 8:00 P. M.
Ladles’ Aid devotional and busi­
ness meeting every first and third
Wednesday at 2:00 P. M.
All Sunday school scholars at the
M. E. Church will be promoted next
Sunday, it was announced by Mrs.
E. E. Rainwater, superintendent.
Stewardship puts the Golden Rule
in business in place of the rule of
gold.
The M. E. Sunday school will ob­
serve rally day this year September
22, with a picnic dinner and pro­
gram in Columbia park. Everybody
is invited to attend.
all. The Ladies Aid meets on the
second and fourth Wednesdays of
each month.
FULL GOSPEL MISSION.
Sunday School at 10:00 A. M.
Service at 11:00 A.M.
Meeting on Tuesday and Friday
nights at 7:45. Everybody welcome.
Grace Trumbull, Pastor.
HERMISTON UNION CHURCH
C. R. Moore. Minister.
Bible School at 10:00 A. M.
Preaching and communion, 11:00.
Christian Endeavor at 7:00 P. M.
Preaching service at 8:00 P. M.
PILGRIM HOLINESS CHURCH
L H. IFora, Pastor.
Sunday school, 9:45 A. M.
BAPTIST CHURCH
Young people’s meeting, 7 P. M.
Evening evangelistic service, 7:45
Sunday school at 10:00 A. M.
Classes for all ages. A welcome to P. M.
All are Invited to Come
the words ■ '
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srI
t
By MARIJANE HAMMER.
Elmer James attended the Pendle­
ton Round-Up Saturday.
The Blue Ribbon Calf club held its
last meeting of the year at the home
of Nellie Hooker Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mm. Their of Portland
were week end guests at the J. H.
Ryland home.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Luttrell at­
tend the Round-Up.
Mr. Lathrope left Friday for Sum­
merville. Or., where he attended the
funeral of his sister Mrs. Ott.
Gus Haglund and Elmer Ryland,
who are employed at Tollgate, spent
the week end at their home in Co­
lumbia district.
Ruth Hill of Longview. Wn., spent
the week end at the home of her
parents Mr. and Mm. Tom Wilson.
Roy Grant of Stanfield is visiting
at the Baxter Hutchison home. lie
is a cousin of Mrs. Hutchison.
Linn Shaver of Goldendale, Wn.,
is staying at the John Conrad home.
Jerry Skeen. Joe Costa and Jack
Rogers attended the Round-Up Fri-
day.
Members of the Blue Ribbon Calf
club plan to enjoy a weiner roast at
Columbia park Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Struthers and
son Leonard attended the Round-Up
Friday.
Joe Costa Is employed at the Lath-
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You’ll hear where’er you go
For smokers say "They Satisfy”
A
And smokers ought to know
rope home.
fourth Thursday.
Legion Hall.
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1936
A number of men are being em-
ployed in Columbia district this
week putting up silage.
A farewell dinner honoring Mr.
and Mrs. Borders was given last
week at the home of Mr. and Mm.
Alpha Christley. Mr. and Mrs. Bor-
dem plan to leave soon for their
home in Oklahoma. Covers were
laid for Childs Barham and his mo­
ther. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Linder. Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Reid and daughter
Barbara. Elmer James. Mr. and Mrs.
David Arnott, Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Hooker and daughter Nellie. Mrs. W.
S. Caaady and daughter Marian, Gil-
bert and Joe Costa, Mr. and Mrs.
Wm Leathers, and Mr. and Mrs.
Wm Barber and family.
B. S. Kingsley was a business vis­
itor at the L. W. Dixon ranch Mon­
day afternoon.
Mrs. W 8 Lindsey of Forks. Wn .
and Mrs. O. E. Carnes of Pilot Rock
were Sunday and Monday visitors at
the W. R Struthers home. The three
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