The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, November 21, 1935, Page 4, Image 4

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    THE HERMISTON HERALD, HERMISTON, OREGON.
PAGE FOUR
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Crissman of
Heppner were visitors here Tuesday.
Dr. and Mrs. John F. Dobbs of Pa­
cific University at Forest Grove,
called on Miss Margaret Elliott, a
graduate of Pacific who is teaching
English in the high school here, last
Miss Marian Henderson, who has Sunday afternoon. They also called
Stan Atkins of Irrigua was a
been
visiting
in
Portland
for
some
business visitor here Wednesday eve­
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
time, returned to her home here Sun­ Clarke. Dr. Dobbs is president of
ning.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Moore of the day afternoon.
Pacific University.
Fred Lenz, Wm. Lindner and H.
Oasis Theatre left Tuesday after-
A. Pankow were Pendleton business
noon tor Portland on business.
New line of Ovenware at Amsber- visitors Tuesday afternoon.
J. M. Biggs stopped in Hermiston
ry's—quality ware at a low price, ad
Mrs. Fred Lamberson is under the a short while Tuesday while enroute
doctor's care and will be confined to Portland from La Grande on busi­
to her bed for at least a month be- ness.
M. Moyer of Heppner spent the
cause of a weak heart.
Mrs. Rena Waterman, who has week end in Hermiston with his bro­
been visiting relatives in Bend, Ore., ther F. Ellis Moyer, who operates
returned to Hermiston recently and Moyer’s Men’s Store here.
Christmas Gifts are coming out at BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
is visiting her daughter and family,
Amsberry's.
Hold everything until
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yeager.
HELD IN LEWISTON, IDAHO.
you see them!
adv.
Miss Helen Taylor, who has been
Circuit Court Judge C. L. Sweek Re-
the house guest of Mrs. John Pace
Elected President of Inland Em­
for the past week, left Saturday
morning for her home in Portland.
pire Waterways Association.
Earl Carson is in Hermiston again
HERMISTON, OREGON
after being ill at The Dalles hospi­
Directors of the Inland Empire
tal recently. He is greatly improved Waterways Association decided the
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
in health and is again working.
proposed Umatilla Rapids dam and
Mrs. E. Duvall left Thursday af­ Snake river navigation improvement
NOVEMBER 22 - 23
ternoon for Mountain Home, Idaho, should be linked as a unit.
FRIDAY—SURPRISE MATINEE
where she will visit for a week or
Judge C. L. Sweek, of Pendleton,
9:15 P. M.
ten days with relatives.
was re-elected president of the Asso­
Mrs. L. C. Dyer returned Satur­ ciation, and Herbert G. West of Wal­
SATURDAY—Special Attraction!
day night from Tacoma. Wn„ where la Walla, was re-elected executive
she had visited her sister, Miss Ger- vice-president at the Board of Direc­
SOULS IN
trude Patterson, for the past ten tors meeting held In Lewiston, Ida­
HELL!
days.
ho on Wednesday, November 13.
Mr and Mrs. O. C. Babcock and
D. F. Baker, of Walla Walla, was
grandson Leon Sharinghousen of elected treasurer, and the following
Pendleton were Hermiston visitors vice presidents were chosen: Ward
here Sunday. Mr. Babcock is con- R. Weber, The Dalles, for Oregon;
nected with the Umatilla Indian Orris Dorman, Spokane, for Wash­
Mission near Pendleton.
ington; Walter Mitchell, Lewiston,
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Mahoney and for Idaho.
son Wallace of Pendleton were in
Named on Committee.
Hermiston Sunday visiting Dwight
B.
M.
Huntington,. H A. Reynolds
Mahoney, who returned to Pendle­
and
D.
F.
Baker, all of Walla Walla,
ton with them. . Dwight is recover­
ing from injuries received in an au­ were named on the executive com­
mittee.
with
tomobile accident Saturday night.
The directors decided that because
Spencer Tracy - Claire Trevor
Mr. and Mrs. Rowell have rented
the A. E. Bensel farm in North of the potential traffic tonnage on
PLUS SHORT FEATURES
Hill district and took possession of the river, development should be un­
the place last week. They have been dertaken to realize the full naviga­
SUNDAY - MONDAY
living on the Hill Top ranch near tion benefits upon completion of the
present open channel project be-
Stanfield.
NOVEMBER 24 - 25
Mrs. Barbara Stephens of Weiser, tween Celilo and Umatilla.
Matinee 2:30 Sunday.
It was agreed an appeal from the
Idaho, is the house guest of her
adverse
report of the Division En-
daughter,
Mrs.
O.
O.
Felthouse
and
A glorious, thrilling romance of
plans to spend some time here. She gineer to the unit development
the men who sail the ships for
returned Monday after Armistice should be entered before the Board
Uncle Sam!
with Mr. and Mrs. Felthouse, who of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors,
at Washington, D. C., in January,
spent the holidays in Weiser.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Brownson ac­ 193«.
The unit program would include
companied by Miss Mary Petri and
a dam at the Umatilla Rapids, open
Mrs.
Gertrude
Sanders,
motored
to
SIR GUY
iiuuNanMoas
Pendleton Sunday afternoon where river work at the mouth of the
RICHARD caoMwEU
they attended an entertainment and Snake and at Five-Mile rapids, dams
tea sponsored by Red Cross workers and locks between Five-Mile rapids
given by the Veterans of Foreign and Riparia, and open river work be­
Plus Short Features.
tween Riparia and Lewiston.
Wars lodge.
Local Happenings
UMATILLA DAM AND
SNAKE RIVER WORK
FAVORED AS A UNIT
OASIS THEATRE
WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
BIG CARNIVAL
NOVEMBER 27 - 28
MATINEE 2:30 THURSDAY
with the original
IT’S FUN TO BE FOOLED
—BY THE RIGHT PERSON!
Cnlumbian
THANKSGIVING
LEDERER
NITE
at
IRRIGON
FRANCES DEE
Plus Short Features.
Sponsored by
Irrigon High School
Admission;
60c and 15c
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
The Freshman class held a short
class meeting last Thursday during
activity period to discuss excellence
in school—subjects and activities.
Members decided to charge dues of
twenty-five cents yer year.
Monday afternoon Dr, John F.
Dobbs, president of Pacific Univer­
sity. gave a short lecture to the high
school student body. A few of the
students interviewed him privately
immediately following his address.
The Torch Honor Society held a
special meeting shortly after one
o’clock Monday afternoon to discuas
a spring conference of the Torch
Honor Societies to be held in Pen­
dleton.
There will be a Torch Honor par­
ty Friday evening at eight o'clock
at the home of Charlotte Ralph, pres-
ident of the society, All members
and their parents are invited to at-
tend.
Christmas vacation for the Her­
miston public schools will start this
year on December 20th, and will
end the day after New Year’s, Jan-
uary 2d. This arrangement is being
made in order to give the teachers
more time at their respective homes
before Christmas day. As previously
announced the holidays would begin
December 24th.
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PINE CITY NEWS
Oregon Hardware &
Implement Co.
By Lennä Nelli
Mr. and Mrs. John Healy were
business visitors In Heppner Mon­
day.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. . Wattenburger
attended the show in 1 Hermiston Sat-
urday evening.
John Harrison had the misfortune
of breaking his arm last
1
week.
Charley Plourd spent Sunday at
the W. D. Neill home. Mrs. Plourd
and children, who have been visit­
ing at the Neill home for the past
week, returned home with him.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ayers were
called to Hermiston Saturday night
by the serious injuries of Mrs. Ay­
ers’ father, Sam Ritchie.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Helms were
business visitors in Pendleton Mon­
day.
A large number of Pine City peo­
ple attended the danee at the Jasper
Myers home Saturday evening. Re­
freshments were served at midnight.
Mrs. T. J. O’Brien left for Port­
land Friday to visit her husband,
who is ill in the St. Vincent Hospi­
tal.
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Cox and fam­
ily were business visitors in Hermis­
ton Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wattenburger
New Crop
Prices Effective Till Thanksgiving!
19c
Lbs.
—ar
Shortening
Cudahy’s for all cooking purposes.
9c 4
2 12 Size Can
MARSHMALLOWS
Fluffiest
SHRIMP
BRAZIL NUTS
25C
25c
350
35c
Hard Mix Candy
25C
5 oz. cans
Fancy Medium Size
OYSTERS
S
- For Cocktails - Dressing
5 oz. cans
WALNUTS
Pounds
Oregon Soft Shell
New Crop
Satin Finish
ARISTOCRAT
Nob Hill
COFFEE
Ground for Your Favorite
Method of Brewing.
Lbs.
2 - 19c
Kerr’s Gold Seal
Pint Can
3
Quart Jar
Pint Jar
MINCE MEAT
RIPE OLIVES
50c
Lb. Carton
Mayonnaise
Pound Package
COCONUT
Chocolates
Package
250
LIME RICKEY
35c
BAKING POWDER
498
TOMATO JUICE 2 cans 15c
Airway Coffee
5OC
Pound
Fancy Cremes, Nougats,
and Caramels.
2* Lb.
Box
59c 5:98c
Sweetened Shred
SUGAR
or GINGER ALE - Pale Face
Stock!
Calumet - Double Action
2% Lb. Can
PURE CANE
17
Lbs. .
POWDERED
3 Lbs, 19c
Campbell's - IS ounce can
Old
Man
WINTER
Raymal Whole Kernel
Golden Bantam
Rich Brazilian
Safeway Flour
Hardwheat
IS HERE!
49 Lbs. $1.98
3
No. 2 Cans
Sweet Potatoes 7 - 25c
PREPARE FOR
Selected Jersey Sweets
WINTER DRIVING!
(PRODUCE PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY)
SPECIAL!
A CHANGE OF GREASE FOR
Fords, Chevrolet or Plymouth
ONIONS
Firm Dry
Lb. 106
•
SQUASH
-Whole or by Piece
Cranberries
Black & White
Station I
as
' Our Store is Chuck Full of Delicious
Quality Foods for the Grand Feast!
—Let us help you in choosing foods
for this occasion.
DATES
Choice of Seven Flavors.
at The Hermiston Herald.
3 cans 25c
2 cans 23c
3 pkgs. 25c
Small White Beans 7 lbs. 25c
pound 15c
WALNUTS
Large Oranges 2 doz. 53c
1 pint 25c
Fresh Oysters
lb. 19c
Picnic Hams
lb. 20c
All STEAKS
and family attended the show in
Hermiston Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Foley spent Sun­
day evening visiting at the Frank
Helms home.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Estle and son
F. J. Estle were dinner guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. A Estle at Ir­
rigon.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wattenburger
and Mrs. E. B. Wattenburger were
business visitors in Pendleton Wed­
nesday.
SHOP NOW
FOR ,
Thanksgiving
JELL WELL
Reduce
CORN
KRAUT
SUPER SUDS
style, kerosene
Aladdin«
Lindsay - Medium Size
Prices
Cut
to
KEROSENE (cogioil) MANTLE
A.
*
t
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1935
Pound
Box
Deep Red Western
(RIGHT TO LIMIT)
MISTON
$