The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, October 17, 1935, Page 4, Image 4

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    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1935.
THE HERMISTON HERALD, HERMISTON, OREGON.
PAGE FOUR
Leonard Nation, who is employed
at Yakima, visited his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. B. J. Nation, over the
week end.
Mrs. W. B. Beasley has been quite
ill at her home this week.
The Thrift Shop will be open Wed­
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Weis of La
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Davis are the nesday, Oct. 23, Hours: 2 to 4.
ad
Grande spent Sunday at the home parents of a baby girl born Sunday
Russell Blessing and "Ollie” Ar­
of Mrs. Weis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. morning. She has been named Arlyne
bus of Portland were hunting phea­
Chas. Clark.
New display of ladles' Fall Hats sants in this vicinity Sunday and
adv.
at Amsberry's.
Monday.
E. H. Crofton, breeder of fine race
J. A. Reeves. Walter Hamm. Dr.
O
horses, from Chula Vista, Calif., was W. L. Morgan and N. R. Mueller
in Hermiston Monday.
went deer hunting Wednesday morn­
Wanted! Four apple pickers. Men
preferred. 3 12 cents per box. Tho- ing of this week.
HERMISTON, OREGON mas
W. D. Hamilton, L.E.Schmidt and
Campbell. Hermiston. Ore. adv.
A. W. Agnew of Portland was Dr. Howard, all of Portland, spent
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
among visitors on the project for the the week end at the Emerald Tilden
opening of hunting season. He is a home while hunting birds on the
OCTOBER 18 - 19
former resident.
project.
FRIDAY—SURPRISE MATINEE
H. M. Saulsberry of Freewater,
Mrs. A. M. Brock returned to her
9:15 P. M.
manager of the Eastern Oregon Co- home this week after visiting three
operative association, was in Her­ weeks with her daughter, Mrs. For­
SATURDAY—Special Attraction!
miston Wednesday.
rest Steinke at Colville, Wn. She
The story of two young wives un­
Forest Davis is now employed as reports the arrival of a granddaugh­
der one roof . . a drama of tragic clerk for the Oregon Hardware & ter, Greetis Marie, born October 11.
love!
Implement company.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nation of
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Doyle of Plym­ Portland are guests this week at the
outh. Wn., spent the week end in B. J. Nation home. They are en­
oCHESO 0o
Hermiston.
route to their home from the Blue
Hallowe'en Candies at Amsberry’s. Mountain region where Mr. Nation
adv. bagged a deer last week.
Mr. and Mrs. James Todd motored
H. M. Sommerer and E. L. Jack-
to Portland Saturday where Mr. son were business visitors in Milton-
Todd attended a Legion conference Freewater and Walla Walla Tues­
as district commander. They were day.
PLUS SHORT FEATURES.
accompanied By Mrs. Alice Stone.
The American Legion will spon­
Floyd Pierce, who has been em­ sor a Halloween dance in Hermiston
SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY
ployed at Culver, Ore., the greater October 31. Plans are under way
MATINEE 2:30 SUNDAY
part of the summer, returned home to make this one of the feature
dances of the year.
adv.
Tuesday.
OCTOBER 20 - 21
22
Mrs. Geo. Briggs accompanied her
Mr. and Mrs. George McKenzie* of
A heart-warming tale of simple Castle Rock, Wn., are the parents of son Edmund Briggs of Grangeville,
folk on the great Erie Canal, a baby daughter born Monday, Oct. Idaho, to Weston Sunday where they
when it was one of the world’s 14.
visited Mr. and Mrs. Nye eBrry. Ed­
wonders.
Halloween cut-outs, pumpkins, mund was returning to Grangeville
masks and novelties at Amsberry’s. after having been in Portland for
adv. the past week. Mrs. Briggs re­
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Pearson mo­ turned home that evening. '
Mrs. Roy Thomas and son Bobby
tored to Castle Rock, Wn„ Tuesday
GAYNOR FARMER
evening to visit their daughter and left last Friday morning for Port­
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George land where they will visit relatives.
TAKES
FONDA
Mrs. Thomas will also take Bobby
McKenzie.
WIFE
Mrs. Wm. Shaar motored to Walla through a clinic to determine treat­
Walla Monday where she visited her ment for his hands which were in­
parents until Tuesday afternoon. jured in a washing machine wringer
CARTOON AND COMEDY.
While there she attended revival some weeks ago.
Dr. J. P. Stewart, Eye-Sight Spe­
meetings being conducted by Mrs.
WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
cialist of Pendleton, will be at the
Aimee Semple McPherson.
Hermiston Hotel on Wednesday, Oc­
OCTOBER 23 - 24
Mrs. Norman Pennock returned
tober 23rd. Hours 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday
of
this
week
from
LaGrande
LOOKIE!
LOOKIE!
LOOKIE!
adv.
where she visited her parents, Mr.
Several Hermiston people attended
and Mrs. T. A. Doss, for several days.
the Columbia Union Christian En­
Ray Higgins of Salem, Ore., hus
deavor convention in Pendleton Sat­
been employed in the Mor-Tone
urday and Sunday. Rev. C. R. Moore
Sound Service radio shop by L. A.
and daughter Wanda, and Vivian
Moore.
Dyer, attended Saturday session, and
Mrs. Lester Stoop and two daugh- the Misses Opal Stockard, Edna
ters and Mrs. J. Lindley of Enter­ Turnblad and Pauline Stoop atten­
prise, Ore., spent the week end at ded Sunday afternoon and evening.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Mrs. E. P. Dodd returned from
The Nitwits of the Networks
Clark. Mrs. Stoop is Mrs. Clark's Portland Sunday after spending a
In the Niftiest of Nutwork.
sister and Mrs. Lindley is her moth­ few days visiting her daughter. Miss
PLUS SHORT FEATURES.
er.
Isabel Dodd, who is employed there.
Mrs. Dodd accompanied Miss Cath­
erine Baker on the trip. Miss Baker
whose home is in Portland, has been
spending the past three weeks in
Hermiston taking a vacation.
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
Hermiston Hotel Thursday. Oct. 24,
for one day. Eyes'Examined. Glas­
ses Ground and Fitted to each Indi­
vidual Eye. No Guesswork.
adv.
Local Happenings
Curtis Simons, S.D.D.G.M., of Dis­
trict No. 12, attended a district offi­
cers’ meeting in Pendleton and
Heppner last Tuesday and Wednes­
day nights. The meetings were or­
ganization gatherings and were
called by Grand Master F. M. Sex­
ton of The Dalles. Other represen­
tatives of the Hermiston lodge were
present at both these meetings.
Mrs. Fred Ober, assisted by Mrs.
Fred Scheuning, gave a surprise
party Monday afternoon in honor of
Richard Ober's sixth birthday. The
room was nicely decorated carrying
out the Hallowe’en motif. A love­
ly birthday cake and other refresh­
ments were served. Those present
included David Lee Knerr, Billy
Knerr, Franc’s Clarke. Frankie Har-
kenrider, Jimmy Taylor, Delorus
Jackman, Ethel and Marybell Clarke.
The Missionary Society of the
Union church was entertained at
the home of Mrs. Julius Gimbic Wed­
nesday afternoon with Mrs. W. A.
Hineline as leader on the topic,
“Cooperation.” Mrs. Ralph Saylor
gave the devotional and a skit was
given by Mrs. A. W. Turnblad, Mrs.
J. R. Harding and Mrs. Chas. Du-
vail. Mrs. F. R. Moore and Mrs.
Miles Arthur gave readings. Other
members present were Mrs. Dan Lin­
dsay. Mrs. W. C. Morehouse. Mrs.
Levi Reeder, Mrs. A. A, Smith.
NEW
FORD V-8
For 1936
WILL BE ON DISPLAY SATURDAY
AT
OUR
SHOW
ABLE.
ALL
THAN
MOST
THE
TWO
COMFORT-
ECONOMICAL
FORD
V-8's.
MILLION
Bank Building
Office Hours
—
9-12 and 2-5
W. J. WARNER
Attorney-at-Law
DE. A E.
MARBLE
CHIROPRACTOR
Office: Two door* west poet office
Office Houri: t to li • 1:30 to •
Phone 4SI — — Hermiston, Ore.
OF
MORE
PEOPLE
HAVE, BOUGHT FORD V-8's.
Meets first and third
Thursday. Legion Auxil­
iary meets second and
fourth Thursday.
Legion Hall.
A
MILLION OR MORE WILL WANT
TO OWN THIS NEW CAR.
Hermiston Post No. 37
COME
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19TH.
W. L Morgan, D. M. D.
General Dentistry
X-Ray and Diagnosis
Bank Bldg.
Phone 9-J
Residence Phone 25-J
Sunday and Evenings by
Appointment
Rohrman Motor Co
HERMISTON, OREGON
IN ROAD MEET HERE.
(Continued from Page One)
ington. At that point it connects
with the Oregon-Washington high­
way with a westerly direction down
Willow Creek to Ione and further to
Heppner Junction and Arlington,
and southeasterly to Heppner. At
Heppner it connects with the new
Heppner-Spray highway which leads
into the John Day valley and con­
nects with the John Day highway,
and the many roads leading off the
John Day highway to Burns, Vale,
Lakeview, Canyon City, Mitchell,
Fossil. Prineville. Bend, Klamath
Falls and on into California.
Umatilla County Farm Land
FOR SALE
AT THE OFFICE OF NATIONAL FARM LOAN SECRETARY
F. A. BAKER, Stanfield, Oregon.
and
ROLE SHE WANTED.
Janet Gaynor, who, ever since her
spectacular success in “7th Heaven"
has looked for another role with si­
milar acting opportunities, has at
last found it in “The Farmer Takes
a Wife,” the Fox Film adaptation of
the stage success which is at the
Oasis theatre Sunday, Monday and
Tuesday.
OCTOBER 26
POST OFFICE BUILDING, PENDLETON, OREGON
Mr. Nat Kimball, special sale representative of the Federal Land
Bank, will be glad to help you make a selection and discuss suit­
able terms. Take advantage of the new low interest rate and
long-time terms NOW!
The Federal Land Bank of Spokane |
Pork & Beans
Van Camp's
16-oz. Cans
STORES
Matches
BIG DAYS OF CONTINUED VALUES IN QUALITY COF­
FEES. GET YOURS AT THESE MONEY SAVING PRICES!
6 Box Carton
Hoody’s - In Bulk
COFFEE
3 . .. ... ...
DEPENDABLE
Every can
Guaranteed to
please you.
Pound Can
Peanut Butter
AIRWAY
EDWARD’S
COFFEE
Granulated Soap
Large
•
Package ........................... —
Aristocratic Blend
3 ».. . 65c
SALT
TOMATOES
41
1 6
gl
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V
Standard Pack
— No. 21 Cans ......................
Peas On Corn
it
Morton’s - Plain or Iodized
Shaker
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Packages .................. “ •
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JELL WELL 3
Pkgs.
17c
FLOUR
$1.00
$1.89
Crackers 29c
SAFEWAY
Cans ..........................................
OATS
Quick or Regular
9 lb. bag .............
39C
CANDY
10c
Delicious Peanut Brittle
Slabs — 9 ounces .......... 22)
Pumpkin
Libby’s
212 Size Can .... . .........
1 24
SHRIMP
Dry Pack
5 ox. Cans
lie
49 lb. bag
12c
O.K. SOAP
Bars ..
OSTEOPATHIC
CATSUP
10
12 os. bottle
BOTTLE
—
—
MAYONNAISE N‘S45«
CORN FLAKES 1 RA
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KELLOGGS
2,
Packages
(eie "TRaymal
Whole Kernel
Wses
Golden Bantam
No.
cans 2426
“We"
SHORTENING AOA
4.
Lb. Carton
— 4
Picnic Mild
Shoulders
^b 22c
Cure
Sugar
18^1 00
PHONE 241
MISTON
PURE CANE
Dr. A. C. Willcutt
— T
Snowflake or Honey Maid Grahams
PUREX
Bleach
Quart .....
33C
Lbs.
Oxydol
Nob HUI
2 Lb. Can
20c
CARTON
COFFEES
Hermiston - Oregon
MOST
ROOMS.
MOST
BEAUTIFUL.
—
TWO COUNTIES REPRESENTED
Living within close proximity to
the highway are approximately ten
thousand people who will make fre­
quent use of the road, in addition to
the general trucking service-required
by the many communities. The road
also connects up the great sheep,
cattle and horse ranges in Grant,
Wheeler and Fossil and southern
Umatilla counties with the feeding
grounds of hay producing sections of
Willow Creek. Butter Creek and the
irrigated projects in these two coun­
ties.
The wheat fields of Morrow coun­
ty will also be given service to the
proposed port at Umatilla, which
will follow the completion of the
channel- work now being started
from Celilo to Umatilla. The road
will also provide a better route from
Heppner and Lexington, and Ione to
Pendleton, and promise of support of
the Pendleton Chamber of Commerce
and business men has been given. It
was shown the road was of great
importance as a local, state, inter-
state and federal highway.
OCTOBER 23
A. W. CHRISTOPHERSON
Physician and Surgeon.
I wish to anuounce that I am sev­
ering all relations with the Nation­
al Institute of Music nd Arts, and
am prepared to teach private pupils
with studios in Hermiston, Echo and
Stanfield. For information see me
or write. Esther Fredreckson, Vio­
lin Instructor, Stanfield, Ore. adv.
GAYNOR GETS TYPE OF
Saturday’s
the day
Notice.
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