The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, October 03, 1935, Page 6, Image 6

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    PAGE SIX
THE HERMISTON HERALD, HERMISTON, OREGON.
H. Mossie of Pilot Rock brought
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Kern and Dr.
a fine display of bee products to the and Mrs. M. S. Kern of Pendleton
fair Thursday and while here was were week end guests of Mrs. Alma
the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. Hitt. They attended the project fair
G. Rodda in Minnehaha district.
Saturday.
Among out-of-town visitors this
The Misses Mary Harney, Lovedy
week were M. O. LaHue and son Ivan Burkholder and Clara Ruff of Board-
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shaar left this
week on a week’s vacation trip in LaHue of Helix; J. J. Lorenzen, Pen­ man were week end house guests of
dleton: C. Melville, Lexington; Geo. Miss Marian Henderson. While here
the John Day country.
McNealy, Patterson: and Wm. En- they attended the Umatilla Project
J. W. Messner returned this week
busk,
Pendleton.
fair.
from a week’s business trip to Baker
Geo. Sale made a trip to Eugene
Fit yourself with glasses. Glas­
and other eastern Oregon points.
last week, returning Saturday and ses complete with frame $4.50; Dou­
E. P. Dodd was a business visitor
leaving Sunday for Spokane where ble lens, $7.00. All crystal ground.
in Pendleton Tuesday.
he plans to make his home with his Ask anyone who has had work done
Mrs. F. L. Kelley returned Sunday
uncle
while attending business col­
from Goldendale, Wn„ where she has
last year. At Hermiston Hotel, Sat­
lege.
been visiting for some time.
urday until Sunday noon. F. W. Dud­
C. A. Paul of Pendleton spent the geon. Box 1952, Santa Ana, Calif, ad
The largest stock of glassware
and dinnerware in this section at week end with his two daughters,
Put a ring around these four days
Amsberry’s.
adv. Maxine and Emogene. While here on your calendar, Wednesday, Thurs­
he attended the Umatilla Project
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gordon and
day, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 30-
fair.
daughter Barbara Jane of Weston
31, November 1-2. It’s the date of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beddow of
spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and
the Rexall ORIGINAL One Cent Sale.
Pendleton and Mr. and Mrs. Ra'ph Two items for the price of One. plus
Mrs. Matthew Gordon.
Joder of Umatilla were week end
Miss Ruth Davis, granddaughter
only 1c; . 250 bargains to choose
house guests of Mrs. Ida Simmons
of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Garner, has
from at Thompson’s, the Rexall Drug
and Mrs. Gertrude Sanders.
enrolled as a freshman at Willam­
Store.
adv
Mr.
and
Mrs.
N.
W.
O'Donnell
re
­
ette University at Salem.
Mrs.
Eva
Rogers,
who
has
been
Mr. and Mrs. F. Moyer of Heppner turned Saturday from a two weeks’ visiting her brother and family, Mr.
vacation trip to Portland. Mr. O’Don­
visited their son F. Ellis Moyer here
and Mrs. H. B. Darling, for the past
Friday and attended the Umatilla nell is head lineman for the local two months, left Friday for her
telephone
exchange.
Project fair.
Mrs. Georgia Henderson returned home at Shelburne Falls. Massachu­
S. L. Carson, who has been ill for Sunday evening from a week’s vaca­ setts. It was Mrs. Rogers’ first trip
the past two weeks, was taken to tion in Portland. She was accom­ to Oregon and she was very much
St. Anthony’s hospital in Pendleton panied by Mrs. Pearl Straw, former impressed with this section. She
Sunday evening.
Hermiston resident, who will visit made the trip by bus.
Miss Gladys Swarner, who spent
Clara McCay Cunha and Dorothy friends here for a week.
Reese of Echo were house guests of
Miss Crystal Horn of Pilot Rock the summer at Corvallis, Ore., after
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Wells over was the house guest of Miss Helen graduating from Oregon State col­
the week end.
Jendrzejewski over the week end. lege in physical education this
spring, visited a few days this week
Glen and Delbert Mackan and Joe She attended the Umatilla Project
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Furrer of Hermiston returned Fri­ fair while here.
Swarner. Miss Swarner has been
Mr.
and
Mrs.
J.
M.
Biggs
of
La
day from a week’s hunting trip in
chosen physical educational director
Grande
attended
the
Umatilla
Pro
­
the mountains near Telocaset, Ore.,
ject fair here Friday and Saturday of the Young Women’s Christian as­
with a 240 pound, 4 point deer.
and visited friends. They were the sociation at Yakima, Wn., and takes
Mrs. Pat Cassidy of Pilot Rock at­ house guests of Dr. and Mrs. A. W. up her duties October 1.
tended the Umatilla Project fair
Christopherson.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Apfel of
here Friday. She was the house
New open stock dinnerware at Shellrock, Iowa, were week end
guest of Mrs. W. G. Rodda in Min­
Amsberry’s. Only $3.45 for 32-piece house guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. S.
nehaha district.
set.
adv. Kingsley. Mrs. Apfel is Mr. Kings­
Don Serrell left last week for Eu­
Clarence Planting of Pendleton ley’s sister and she and her husband
gene where he enrolled as a fresh­ was a business visitor in Hermiston, were enroute to Long Beach, Calif.,
man at the University of Oregon. Wednesday evening. He is president to spend the winter. While here
Don was a member of the Hermiston of Columbia Christian Endeavor they visited the experiment farm
high school debate team which won Union and is making arrangements where H. K. Dean showed them
the eastern Oregon championship for the annual union convention at about the farm. Mr. Apfel is in the
milling business and was especially
two years ago.
Pendleton. October 11, 12, 13.
interested in the turkey and poultry
Mrs. E. F. Wright of Portland ac­ flocks on the project.
companied Miss Helen Cowgill to
Hermiston Friday where Miss Cow­
Member of Glee Club. ■
gill acted as home economics judge
at the project fair. Mrs. Wright is
Pacific University, Forest Grove,
active in 4-H club work in Multno­ Ore.—(Special)—Miss Edith Clarke,
SUGAR
mah county.
25 lb. Cloth Bag 7949
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A.
Fit yourself with glasses. Glas­ Clarke of Hermiston, was named a
FLOUR • 49 lb. 81 Fo
ses complete with frame 34.50; Dou­ member of Pacific university’s 50
Snow Maid - Sackr4°29
ble lens, $7.00. All crystal ground. voice glee club last week. Clarence
BACON - Med Weight 282
Ask anyone who has had work done L. Faris, new music instructor and
Sugar Cured — Lb.
JPY
last year. At Hermiston Hotel, Sat­ glee club director, has announced an
urday until Sunday noon. F. W. Dud­ ambitious program for the glee club
COFFEE
Pound f P
Co-op.
* a
geon, Box 1952, Santa Ana, Calif, ad this year which will include Port­
Mrs. Harry Kelley and daughter land concerts and monthly radio
SODA
Full Pound’Package
Kathleen Anne, and Mrs. W. S. programs.
Boynton, and Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
CRACKERS-2 1b. box
Boynton of Helix, for Roseburg, Or., 4090200000*909
Graham or Salted
where they will visit their sister and
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
MILK
3 for 1 94
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sulli­ +66$********%*
Borden’s “Irradiated" “4
van. Mrs. Kelley expects to return
Case $2.69
The local T. P. A. is sponsoring
in company with her brother early
an art exhibit of one-hundred and
SHORTENING
this week and leave for Council.
fifty colored famous reproductions
3 1D8-
No Fish Oil
Idaho, where she will visit her hus­
on October 24 to 26, at the old
band
for
a
month.
Mr.
Kelley
is
VINEGAR
Gallon
Kingsley building. The entrance
working on a road construction Job
Full Strength
fee for the exhibit, which was put
there.
out by the Colonial Art Exhibit Co.
TOBACCO
3 cans 2 Ea
Prince Albert
—PY
of Oklahoma City, Okla., will be ten
cents for children and twenty-five
RAISINS ’
4 Lbs. 940
cents for adults. Pictures for the
New Crop
—f,
First Church of Christ Scientist
school rooms will be bought with
Pendleton. Oregon
PEANUT BUTTER
334
the money left over after the exhi­
2 lb. Jar —WY
INVITES YOU TO ATTEND A
bition has been paid for. The pic­
tures are entirely different from
FREE LECTURE
those shown two years ago by the
same company.
ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Local Happenings
Mrs. R. E. Osborn was a Walla
Walla business visitor Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ingles of Board­
man were in town Monday.
Mrs. Anna Connor of Pilot Rock
is visiting her daughter Mrs. Ray­
mond Walker this week.
Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Beucler of
Kennewick. Wn„ were business vi­
sitors in town Monday.
The Willing Workers Home Ec­
onomics club of the Westland Grange
will hold an apron and cooked food
sale in Safeway store Sat. Oct. 12. ad
G. F. Hodges, county judge, and
J. O. Hales and W. L. Meiners, mem­
bers of the county court, attended
the Umatilla Project fair Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Nation, accom­
panied by Mrs. L. C. Todd, left
Tuesday morning for Richfield, Ida­
ho, where they will visit relatives
for a week. Mrs. Nation and Mrs.
Todd are sisters and they will visit
their mother and brother while in
Idaho.
OASIS THEATRE
HERMISTON, OREGON
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
OCTOBER 4 - 5
SATURDAY — Surprise Matinee
9:15 P. M.
Cardinal
Richelieu
STARRING
George Arliss
with MAUREEN O’SULLIVAN
FOR ONE GIRL’S HAPPINESS ! .
he would have changed the map
of Europe!
CARTOON AND COMEDY.
SUNDAY - MONDAY
MATINEE 2:30 SUNDAY
OCTOBER 6 - 7
She bathed in flame and lived 500
years, to find her first love
at this very hour!
H RIDER
“t aS
HAGGARD’S GREAT NOVEL HOW OH THE SCREEN
SHE
HELEN GAHAGAN
RANDOLPH SCOTT
-- HELEN MACK
RKO
RADIO
PLUS SHORT FEATURE.
WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
OCTOBER 9 - 10
A GRAND DRAMA OF
THE OLD WEST!
Zane Grey's
“Wanderer
OF THE
Wasteland”
DEAN JAGGER - GAIL PATRICK
EDWARD ELLIS
Larry "Buster" Crabbe
PLUS SHORT FEATURES.
THURSDAY,
Note of Appreciation!
AFTER 20 YEARS IN BUSINESS HERE, WE HAVE
DISPOSED OF OUR GROCERY STORE TO C. W. THOMP­
SON OF FOSSIL. OREGON. IN DOING SO WE TAKE THIS
OPPORTUNITY TO EXPRESS OUR APPRECIATION FOR
YOUR PATRONAGE OVER THIS PERIOD OF YEARS.
WE WILL maintain an
OFFICE AT THE HERALD
WHERE ALL FUTURE BUSI­
NESS WILL BE TAKEN
CARE OF.
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Kingsley
GIRLS’ 4-H CLUB DEMONSTRA­ Catherine Kennedy and Veta Moran
who demonstrated “Putting the Hem
TION WINNERS AT FAIR
The girls’ 4-H club demonstra­
tion teams winning prizes at the
Umatilla Project fair were from the
Hermiston and Umatilla clubs.
Esther McMullen and Marie Skovbo
of the Kookie Kooking club of Her­
miston, lead by Mrs. W. A. Hineline,
won first on bread variations. Nina
Rae McCulley and Jane Jackson of
the We-Can Canning club, won sec­
ond on their demonstration entitled,
“That Emergency Shelf.”
The winner of third prize was a
team from the Streamline Seam
Stitchers of Umatilla, lead by Mrs.
Wm. Kennedy. These girls were
in a Dress.”
Another demonstration, on can­
ning chicken was given by Margaret
Clarke and Helen Jendrzejewski,
winning of the state grand cham­
pionship prize, as a practice demon­
stration. Miss Helen Cowgill, assist­
ant state club leader, acted as judge.
Notice to Hunters.
No hunting will be allowed on
my premises. Parties violating
this order will be duly punished
by law.
CARL THOMPSON.
SAFEWAY =====
STORES
Bulk Foods
Brisk fall days are here and
with it comes a longing for
Baked Beans, Pea Soup, Rice
Puddings, etc., etc. Therefore
our seasonable “week-end’*
selling of BULK FOODS. Re­
plenish your pantry at Safe­
way Saving Prices.....................
FRI. - SAT. - MON.
BEANS
Idaho Small White
Oct. 4-5*7.
as so
5C
27C
49c
15c
Hermiston
Mercantile
Co-operative
Hermiston, Oregon
In Church Auditorium,
Corner Main and Lewis Streets
THURSDAY EVENING - OCT. 10
At 8:15 P. M.
MAKE YOUR
At Kingsley's • •
In taking over Kingsley’s store, we ask that you
continue to make your dollars work for you by buy­
ing your household grocery needs here. The same
personnel will give you prompt and courteous service.
C. W
THOMPSON. Owner.
HARVEST DAYS SPECIALS
Mr. Watson has built a bicycle
rack which will hold twenty-nine
bicycles.
The following pupils entered
school last Monday: Zelpha Smith,
first grade: Delbert Kerns, sixth
grade;
Eugene Kerns, seventh
grade;
and Maxine Thompson,
fourth grade. All except the latter
are from Westland district. Maxine
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.
W. Thompson of Fossil. Ore., who
have bought Kingsley’s store.
Wanda Kiessinger entered the
eighth grade last Tuesday.
Next year at the Umatilla Project
fair each school will have a separate
booth. This will allow space for
much larger and better exhibits.
Bill Harris. Junior class president,
selected the following committee to
choose a class play: Helen Dunning.
Irene Kennings and Ernest Rainwa­
ter.
At a student body meeting held in
the assembly hall recently. Nina Rae
McCulley was sworn in as Yell
Queen. Harold Rainwater was named
as the other member of the budget
committee to work with the treas-
urer, Bonnie Lamberson.
Tennis practice has begun with
the return of cooler weather. About
thirty-five students have turned out
so far. A good turnout has been
seen at baseball practice
An advertising committee consist-
Ing of Mary Burnham, Earl Watson
and Ed Hall has been selected by the
budget committee.
OCTOBER 3, 1935.
8 L................ 35c
RICE
COFFEE
AIRWAY - Ground
Fresh When Sold.
3 Lbs......................... 49c
MACARONI
or CUT SPAGHETTI
5 Lbs.......................... 35®
Fancy Head
4 L................ 19c
Split Peas
Dry - Yellow
3 L. ................ 19c
RAISINS
Fancy Seedless
4 Lb. Pacage ... 22C
JELL WELL
Choice of Flavors
PACKAGE ,.
Lb. Carton
PURE CANE
gPTer
Bel'
Golden Bantam
303 Size Can
CAN
SUGAR
Powdered or Brown
3 Lbs..................... 20c
CHEESE
Full Cream
POUND ......-..... — 20c
Pork & Beans 3™25c
Puffed Wheat 2 I:15c
White King "oms 298
Peanut Butter "EE 25e
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25C
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Oranges
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