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

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1935
THE HERMISTON HERALD, HERMISTON, OREGON.
PAGE SIX
OASIS THEATRE f Local Happenings
HERMISTON, OREGON
A baby boy was born to Mrs. T.
Foster of Stanfield Tuesday at the
DEC. 20 - 21
Hermiston General hospital.
Raymond Walker, who has been
FRIDAY: Surprise Matinee
critically ill with pneumonia, is re­
9:15 P. M.
ported as somewhat improved.
SATURDAY: Special Attraction
Mrs. James Taylor, who has been
quite ill for some time, is greatly
improved and expects to be about
soon,
A good selection of low-priced
gift items at Amsberry’s.
adv
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Kingsbury
were Pendleton business visitors last
Thursday.
with
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Connor of
Rochelle Hudson • Henry Fonda Pendleton were in Hermiston Sun­
day where they were called by the
PLUS SHORT FEATURES.
illness of Raymond Walker.
Mrs. Maude Huff and son Maurice
SUNDAY - MONDAY
left Tuesday night for California af­
DEC. 22 - 23
ter leasing her place to Mr. and
MATINEE 2:30 SUNDAY
Mrs. H. A. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs.
Wilson and their three children have
SANTA CLAUS with Presents
moved onto the place.
1:30 - 3:00 SUNDAY
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rankin re­
6:30 - 9:00 SUNDAY - MONDAY
turned early this week from a trip
to Portland where they attended to
business. Fred and Marvin Rankin
accompanied them but did not re­
turn until Thursday.
Mrs. Jennie White of Weiser,
w JAMES DONN
Idaho, arrived last week to visit her
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. S. F. Foster. She plans to re­
main
until after the Christmas holi­
Two Cartoon:
days.
MICKEY’S GARDEN
Miss Thelma Walker of Pendle­
WHO KILLED COCK ROBIN ton was called to Hermiston Friday
by the illness of her brother Ray­
TUES. - WED. - THURSDAY
mond Walker, who is now improv­
ing after a severe attack of pneu­
DEC. 24 - 25 - 26
monia.
THE KID YOU CAN’T RESIST!
Mrs. Harold Thompson and infant
Back again—to make you laugh
son John Richard returned home
—and make you cry a little, too!
from Pendleton Wednesday. Mrs. J.
M. Shipley of Portland, mother of
Mrs. Thompson, arrived Tuesday and
will visit her daughter for some
time.
Mrs. Beatrice Christopherson, who
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07 PA FOX PICTURE
was in town over the week end dis­
is.
la
with
peJANE WITHERS posing of her furniture, left Tuesday
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afternoon for Portland where she
Kiss the Bride — Moan and Groan will make her home with her moth­
FREE: One to a family, Oasis er. Mrs. Lyle Tilden, who is making
Mirror Calendara.
her home in Portland this winter,
accompanied her.
FRIDAY - SATURDAY
BRIGATI
EYES
Marshall Newport of Portland was
in Hermiston on business Tuesday.
John Thom is ill at the home of
J. A. Reeves. He is somewhat im­
proved at this time.
Miss Queenie M. Peck of Portland
has been engaged as nurse at the
Hermiston General hospital for the
past three weeks.
Mrs. Ralph Richards returned
Tuesday afternoon from Wasco
where she visited at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. V. Häufelt.
Miss Marian Henderson returned
the first of the eek from Pendleton
where she spent the week end visit­
ing friends.
Fredrick Stolz of Portland, has
located here permantly, and will
teach violin under contract with the
National Institute of Music of Spo­
kane. He covers all territory sur­
rounding Hermiston in his instruc­
tion.
Still toys for that last-minute gift
at Amsberry’s.
adv
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Tillson, who
have been visiting at the home of
their daughter and family, Mr. and
Mrs. O. L. Barlow, returned to their
home at Meacham, Or., Tuesday. Mr.
and Mrs. Barlow accompanied them
but returned to Hermiston the same
day.
Dr. W. W. Illsley arrived in Pen­
dleton Tuesday morning by plane
after receiving word that his father
E. P. Illsley of Hermiston had suf­
fered a stroke. Mr. Illsley is some­
what improved and Dr. Illsley left
for his home In southern California
Wednesday.
Chocolates
Here’s the BIG CHOCOLATE
assortment of creams, nougats,
caramels, bonbons, etc. Buy sev­
eral at this special price!
Asensng ke
Paint Sets
Table Tennis
Four Rackets, bound 094
net. posts and halls— 299
DISHES
American made dinner ware in
beautiful pat-
62 69
terns. 32-piece setPWPY
FRUIT CAKE
Two favorites in one excep­
tional gift. A spicy fruit cake
in the covered Pyrex casserole
In which it was baked. Cel­
lophane wrapped. Pyrex cov-
erod casserole and 64 or
a 3-lb. fruit cake
Cups & Saucers
Imported Decorated
60/
China Cups and (set) JPY
Saucers.
Doll Bassinet
Dolly
crib!
ends,
Vary
MODERNISTIC
will like thia beautiful
Maple color & g 26
ivory rails. P—92.
well made!
Grill & Toaster
Sunbeam Electric
with Glass Com-
oartment Tray.
&e or
7299.
I.E.S. LAMPS
Mitchell Study and Reading
Lampe, comply with all the
requirements of the Illumi­
nating Engineering Society.
Special Intro- & g 66
ductory offer—
LAMPS
Aladdin Kerosene &g or
Mantle Lamp— “Pae.
Clear White Light.
Lincoln Logs
An interesting building set,
typifying "The Spirit of Amer­
ica". All sizes be-
094
ginning at ................
29.
Mixing Bowls
Cnlumbians
at
IRRIGON
Christmas Night
DEC. 25th
NO DANCE DEC. 21ST.
So..
Universal
Heating Pad
Light and fleecy, pliable as
flannel, soft as eiderdown.
Peach eiderdown cover, with
removable muslin cover. Three
heats, controlled by two ther­
mostats. Celle-
62 • E
phane wrapped— 7294.
PUMPKIN
Large Can
RAYMAL
2 cans 35c
Fruits for Salad
SALAD DRESSING - Qt jar39c
Aristocrat Salad Serve
V —a
—
•
pkg .
Quick or Reg.
Mother’s Premium
CATSUP
Bottle
Glenn Valley - 12 oz.
22c
43c
10c
27c
10c
Mince Meat
Mixed Nuts
KERR’S GOLD SEAL
3 LBS.... -..... 50c
WALNUTS
3 1bs. 55c
Fancy Large Oregons
2 LB......... - 19c
The finest hard Xmas Candy on the
market—no exceptions—we invite
comparison at any price—beautiful
glossy finish—all pure sugar candy
—pure fruit and vegetable colorings
3 lbs. 50c
CREAM MIXED
Fancy Sugar Candies
3 lbs
AIRWAY
COFFEE
“First by Choice”
79c 3
PRINCE ALBERT
16 oz. tin
Lbs.
Carton
Camels - Chesterfields - Luckies
Pkg.
Fluffiest - "Tender and Fluffy”
Nob Hill COFFEE 3 1
Serve It with your Christmas Dinner and be Proud.
Crackers
Snow Flakes or Grahams
PANCAKE & WAFFLE
FLOUR
53C
3-10th lb. Sack
65c
“
2 “ carton 29c
Fruit Cakes
HOSTESS - "KRIS-KRINGLE'
Can be served hot with sauce. Makes
a delicious dessert.
Weight 22 oz.........
35c
Jello or Jell Well 5 Pkgs.
VEGETABLE SOUP
Van Camp’s (New Large Can)
and FRAME
LIME RICKEY
28 °* Bottle
or GINGER ALE (Pale Face)
PEET’S SOAP
27c
IOC
IN CALIFORNIA
ORANGES - Doz. 2Ee
4 Case .......... $1.69
LETTUCE
Large Heads
Shortening
Coffee Makers
Westminister
Swift’s Oriole
Pound
39C
4
Lb. Carton .....
227
100 Size
19c 1 Case
Large Pkg.
Sliced Bacon
—
200 Size
ORANGES - Doz. 206
Granulated
Ivory or Green Ena­
meled. Four Pieces—
Thermex - of fire 64 46
proof glass. Also P—d
with heating unita.
49c
Cigarettes
$1.20
Marshmallows
Your Choice of Flavors
CASSEROLE
9 lbs
35c $1.00
3 ibs. 35c
TOBACCO
with the Lowest!
SATIN OR BROKEN MIXED
Old Fashioned
Chocolate Drops
Glass Ware
32-Piece Dinner Set. Beautiful
Amber Glass
& 2 16
Ware at only—
PDe.
PRICED
—and
5 lbs. 59c
CHOCOLATES
Carving Sets
Oregon Hardware & Implement Co
“Au
Garden Variety - No. 2 Cans
19c
Dromedary - 17 oz. Can
Three Pieces Stag & • Oft
Handle. Stainless 7492.
Steel Blade.
Canister Sets
HERMISTON, OREGON
Libby’s Peas
A GIFT FOR DAD!
Xmas Wrapped
Bread Box
18 in. Parch-
0o 66
ment Shades — "2929
Three Cluster Candle Lights.
—
Fancy Seedless
with the original
Genuine Pyrex casserole in
round shape together with an
attractive chrome- & « 26
plated frame — 74′22
Floor Lamps
Boxes
RAISINS A—
CRANBERRY SAUCE
Libby’s - No. 1 Cans
$2.89
$1.69
Boxee
Prices Effective Till Christmas!
DANCE
Sets of Assorted colors. Oven
proof, cold resis- & « P g
tant. Genuine
? — 42
Kraft Pottery. Five Piece Set.
Green Enameled & g g 6
Two Compart- ”? — ••
menta
Flower Decoration.
59c
3
3
ALL NEW CROP
WE HAVE ON DISPLAY THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF
TOYS IN UMATILL A COUNTY, AT PRICES
VISIT OUR STORE AND MAKE
THAT MEET ALL COMPETITION
YOUR SELECTIONS WHILE OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE. GOODS PUR­
CHASED NOW WILL BE KEPT FOR YOU UNTIL CHRISTMAS.
Reg'lar Fellers. Just the thing
to amuse all grade
A Og
children
#•
22 Lb. Box
We’re wishing everyone a right
Merry Xmas this year with a
rousing PRE-XMAS SALE. We're
passing out our gifts in the form
of drastically reduced prices on
dozens of quality foods. Check
this ad carefully, it’s packed full
of "specials”. Prices effective
Friday till Christmas.
Jumbo’s
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98c
PRE-CHRISTMAS
SALE
GUM DROPS
t) e)
Pound Box
5
49c
$1.49
2
heads
SWEET POTATOES
7 lbs............... 25
SAFEWAY STORES
(RESERVE RIGHT TO LIMIT)