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    THURSDAY. JANUARY 9, 1936
THE HERMISTON HERALD. HERMISTON, OREGON.
PAGE TWO
Che Mermistun Serali
The Epworth League and members
of the Methodist church are going in
a body over to Echo Sunday evening
to help their pastor, R. R. Finkbei-
ner, open the first meeting in a ser­
ies of revival services at that place.
Their Sunday night and midweek
night services will be suspended un­
til after those meetings.
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t STANFIELD NEWS t ■
Legal Notices ■
By Sophronia Rhea
Leonald Connor spent last week in ====================
Pendleton with his parents.
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE
Mae Sturdivant of Pendleton vis­
ited his brother Joe last week, who
NOTICE is hereby given that un­
entered as Second Class Matter
Mr. Thief:
is visiting his daughter Mrs. Ila Wal­ der and by virtue of a Writ of Exe-
December, 1906, Umatilla County,
lace.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Doe will
Mrs. Fred Thorne returned to ution issued out of the Circuit
Oregon.
NOT be at home on the evening of
Stanfield Monday after spending the Jourt of the State of Oregon for the
the fifteenth. There are valuable
Subscription Rates:
holidays in Roseburg and Portland. Jounty of Umatilla, under the seal
securities,
silverware and jewelry
FULL
GOSPEL
MISSION.
Captain
and
Mrs.
Anderson
left
One Year ...............
- $1.00
thereof, and to me directed and de-
for California where Capt. Anderson ivered upon a Judgment and Decree
lying unprotected in the house. You
Grace Trumbull, Pastor.
Six Months ......................... —
.75
has been transferred to another CCC
are invited to be present.
Three Months .....................
.50
Remeber the meetings.
rendered and entered in said Court
Sunday school at 10:00 A. M., camp.
Miss Marian Sturdivant entertain­ in a suit wherein Julia H. Penney
Sunday morning.
MEMBER
ed Sunday at dinner. Guests includ­ on the 24th day of December, 1935,
Preaching at 11:00 A. M.
ed Doris and Merle Hutton, Fred
STATE [
Evening evangelistic service at Haage,
Ralph Isackson and Mary is plaintiff, and Stanfield Fruit
ASSOCIATION 7:00 o’clock.
i Growers’ Union, a corporation, is de­
Rhea.
Friday night prayer meeting at
Miss Mildred Phelps was a dinner fendant and whereby the plaintiff
7:00 o’clock.
No one would write such an invitation.
Tuesday evening children’s Bible guest at the C. C. Rhea home Sunday. did recover a judgment against the
Miss Mildred Peregrin, who teach­
study at pastor's residence. A wel­
said defendant for the sum of
es
in
the
Pendleton
school,
was
a
But the mere act of leaving valuables unguarded in
come to every one.
week end visitor at the J. S. Rodg­ 132000.00, together with interest
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your home is an open invitation to burglars.
•
CHURCH NOTES
♦
ers home.
| thereon at the rate of 8 % per an­
Miss
Maria
Thorsen
and
Twila
Why run this risk—when the rental of a safe deposit
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES
num from the 1st day of June, 1933,
House returned to La Grande Sun­
box in our vault is only 12 cent a day.
until
paid,
for
the
further
sum
of
; PILGRIM HOLINESS CHURCH
U/1OD" was the subject of the day where they will resume their
U Lesson-Sermon in all Church­ studies at the Eastern Oregon Nor­ 350.00 as attorney’s fees and for the
.
Lawson H. Flora, Pastor.
costs and disbursements taxed at
es of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, mal.
Regular Sunday services as fol­
The Stanfield Tigers met defeat 317.20, and whereby it was decreed
January 5.
lows:
of Hermiston
The Golden Text was, “Among at the hands of the Lexington team that the Mortgage dated March 28,
Sunday School at 9:45 A. M.
the gods there is none like unto Friday. The game was played there. 1923, and recorded March 30, 1923,
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over $50,000.
• Preaching at 11:00 A. M.
The Christian Endeavor watch
thee, O Lord; . . . For thou art party was enjoyed last week. Miss in Vol. 81 at page 590, Mortgage
Young People's meeting, 7:00 PM
R. ALEXANDER, Vice-President
F. B. SW,
great, and doest wondrous things: Edith Dunn entertained with a num­ Records of Umatilla County, Oregon,
D. M. DEETER, Asst. Cashier
Evangelistic service 7:45 P. M.
executed
by
the
said
defendant
to
thou art God alone." (Ps. 86: 8, ber of songs.
Everyone is invited to attend these
the said plaintiff upon the follow­
10).
DEPOSITS IN THIS BANK ARE INSURED BY THE FEDERAL
Miss Bytha Hoskins returned to
services.
Among the citations which com­ her studies at Corvallis New Year's ing described real premises in Uma­
DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION.
tilla County, Oregon, to-wit:
prised the Lesson-Sermon was the day.
BAPTIST CHURCH
Beginning
at
a
point
on
the
following from the Bible: “And
Carrie Lage, Mildred Phelps and
Northeasterly line of the right of
Sunday school at 10:00 A. M.
Moses said unto God, Behold, when Wallace Chamness of Hermiston,
way of the Main line of the Ore­
Classes for all ages. A welcome to
I come unto the children of Israel, and Carl Rhea of Stanfield motored
TAKEN UP NOTICE.
gon Washington Railroad & Navi by order duly made and entered, has
all. The Ladies Aid meets on the
and shall say unto them, The God to Walla Walla on business Tuesday.
appointed
Monday
the
20th
day
of
gation
Company
and
50
feet
from
second and fourth Wednesdays of
Notice
is hereby given that I have
.C C. Rhea and family motored to
of your fathers hath sent me unto
the center of said right of way, January, 1936, at the hour of ten taken up and have kept about 5
each month.
you; and they shall say to me, Heppner to spend New Year's day
said point being 381 feet East of o'clock in the forenoon as the time weeks at my ranch 6 miles east of
What is his name? what shall I with Mrs. Josie Jones, who is Mr.
a point 1030 feet South of the
Hermiston the following described,
HERMISTON UNION CHURCH
Rhea’s sister.
say unto them? And God said un­
Quarter Section corner on the and the County Court House at Pen­ animals:
C. R. Moors. Minister.
The Study club met at the Stan­
dleton,
Oregon,
as
the
place
where
West line of Section Thirty-Two
to Moses, I AM THAT I AM: and field library with Mrs. Rose Hedrick
1 - 2 yr. old Shorthorn heifer.
Bible School at 10:00 A. M.
(32) in Township Four (4) North all objections and exceptions to said
1 - 2 yr. old Shorthorn steer
be said. Thus shalt thou say unto as hostess. Roll call was lead by Mrs.
Preaching and communion, 11:00.
of Range Twenty-nine (29) East final account and report will be
(No brand discernible)
the children of Israel, I AM hath Inez McCormick. Mrs. F. S. Green
Christian Endeavor 6:45 p. m.
of the Willamette Meridian, where heard and a settlement of the estate said animals will be sold, unless re-
sent me unto you" (Ex. 3: 13, 14). gave an interesting paper on the
Evening worship, 7:45.
said Northeasterly line of said
deemed, at public auction to the
The Lesson-Sermon also includ­ “Legal Status of Women.” A book
The Missionary Society will meet
right of way of the O.W.R. & N. made.
bidder for cash im hand on
review was given by Billie Hedrick.
ed
the
following
correlative
pas
­
Dated this the 19th day of De­ highest
Company
is
intersected
by
the
ex
­
Wednesday, January 15, at the home
the 11th day of January, 1936, at
sages from the Christian Science The next meeting will be held Jan­
tended southeasterly line of that cember, 1935.
of Mrs. W. C. Morehouse.
the above described ranch at 1:06-
textbook, “Science and Health uary 9. at the home of Mrs. Helen
street or reservation for railway
A. C. FUNK, Administrator.
o’clock P. M.
Nassahn.
purposes and described on the
with Key to the Scriptures.” by
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Dated at Hermiston on this 23rd:
PETERSON 4 PETERSON,
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
plat of the original town of Stan­
Mary Baker Eddy: “God is infi­
*********
Attorneys for Administrator. day of December, 1935.
R. R. Finkbeiner, Pastor.
field.
Umatilla
County.
Oregon,
nite, the only Life, substance, Spir­
Signed, JOHN CONRAD.
(Dec. 19 - Jan. 16)
as filed in the office of the Re­
Worship at 10:00 A. M. and Sun­
t corder
it, or Soul, the only intelligence of t UMATILLA NEWS
(Dec. 26 - Jan. 9)
of conveyances of said
By ERMA BYRNES.
day school at 10:50 each Sunday.
the universe, including man . . .
County, as right of way for Elec­
Friday night the Umatilla Vikings
Epworth League at 6:30 P. M. and
Qod is what the Scriptures declare
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
tric railroad such point of inter­
Him to be,—Life, Truth, Love. defeated the Arlington Honkers in a
the evening evangelistic service at
section being 50 feet southeaster­
Spirit is divine Principle, and di­ doubleheader. The girls’ score was
ly of the South corner of the “Gil­ IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
7:30.
man Tract of Five Acres” in the
vine Principle is Love, and Love is 29-6, and the boys’ 18-21. After the
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STATE OF OREGON FOR UMA­
same legal subdivision, running
Mind, and Mind is not both good games the Vikings entertained the
Honkers to a lunch and program in
TILLA COUNTY.
Southeasterly
from
the
said
point
and bad. for God is Mind; there­
basement of the school house.
of intersection and along the
fore there is in reality one Mind the
In the Matter of the Estate of
The program consisted of a skit by
Northeasterly line of said O.W.R.
only, because there is one God” Alice Cooney and McLloyd McCul­
R. & N. right of way a distance of George T. Goundrey, Deceased.
I n winteb , gang* of germa lurk
(p.330).
lough; a tap dance by Doris Roden-
200 feet, thence in a northeaster­
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
in every crowded place. Those
bough, and Veta Moran; a solo, "Old
ly direction and at right angles
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people whose resistance is low
Faithful,” by Erma Byrnes; a piano
to the said line of right of way the undersigned has been appointed
British scientists interested in ex­ solo by a special guest, Naomi Chap­
pay ransom in miserable days of
of the said O.W.R.R. & N. Co., a administratrix of the estate of
ploration of caves of Britain have man.
sickness. To help protect you
distance of 200 feet, thence in a George T. Goundrey, deceased, and
Northwesterly direction parallel has qualified as the law directs. All
formed the British Speleological As­
Saturday night the Viking boys
against infection in general,
at The Hermiston Herald.
to the said line of right of way of persons having claims against said
motored to Boardman where they de­
your body needs vitamin A.
sociation.
said O.W.R.R. * N. Co., a dis­
feated the team by a score of 26 to
Take your vitamin A in
estate
are
required
to
present
the
tance of 200 feet, thence in a
22. The grade school boys played the
M c K esson ’ s V itamin CONCEN- !
Southwesterly direction and along same to me at the office of W. J.
Boardman grades, and lost by a
TRATE TABLETS or C od LIVER Om.
'
the Southeasterly line of the be­ Warner, my attorney, in Hermiston,
score of 10 to 11.
These tempting, chocolate-
fore mentioned right of way for Oregon, verified as the law directs,
Miss Lola Berry returned Satur­
coated tablets also provide vita-
I
Electric Railroad 200 feet to the
day from Wenatchee, Wn., where she
point of beginning, containing within six months from the date
min D. with its extra “sunshine”
,
was a guest of Miss Ruby Porter, for­
nine-tenths of an acre more or hereof.
merly of Umatilla, over the Christ­
values. Each tablet contains one
i
less,
said
land
lying
in
and
being
Dated
this
19th
day
of
December.
mas vacation.
grain of dicalcium phosphate.
a part of the Northwest Quarter 1935.
Mr. and Mrs. Walt Bullard and
Each tablet brings you all the
of
the
Southwest
Quarter
of
Sec
­
son Robert spent Monday in Baker
CARRIE M. GOUNDREY,
vitamins in one teaspoonfol of
tion 32, Township 4 North Range
visiting Mrs. Bullard's uncle and
Administratrix.
Cod Liver Oil, U.S.P.X. (re- '
29 E.W.M.
aunt. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Sturgee
(Dec. 19 - Jan. 16)
vised 1934). Six tablets daily will
;
and cousin Harry Dutchworth, all should be foreclosed: and that the
•e
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former residents of Umatilla and now real premises above described should
help build up your strength and
|
operating a Texaco Service Station be sold by the Sheriff of Umatilla
vitality. At all good drug stores.
ALL MONEY SAVERS!
Notice of Land Sale.
in Baker. They were accompanied County, Oregon, to satisfy said Judg­
A dollar bottle contains 100
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
to La Grande by James Byrnes.
M c K esson ’ s VITAMIN CONCEN-
the undersigned, Sheriff of Umatilla
Men’s
Suede Shirts
Men’s
Mrs. Gus Tonies and daughters ment and costs of sale.
trate T ablets .
THEREFORE, I will on Saturday, County, Oregon, by virtue of an or­
Dorothy and Barbara, and son David,
Warm and durable.
Part Wool
All Wool
returned to their home in Pendleton the 1st day of February, 1936, at der duly made and entered by the
_______________________________ ■
SHIRTS
SWEATERS
Sunday after spending the Christ­ 10:00 o’clock in the forenoon of said County Court of the State of Oregon,
day, at the front door of the Court
Beautiful plaid pat­
mas vacation with Mr. Tonies.
Coat style. Save on
Miss Naomi Chapman returned to House in Pendleton. Umatilla Coun­ for Umatilla County, on the 10th
terns, and they are
this durable sweat­
her home in Pendleton Sunday after ty, Oregon, sell all the right, title, day of December, 1935, will on the
100% all wool. Re­
er at this low price
Heavy Cotton
a visit with her brother. Ervin Chap­ interest and estate which the defen­ 10th day of February, 1936, at the
duced to
man and family.
dant and all persons claiming or to hour of two o'clock in the afternoon
U-SUITS
of
Among the Umatilla people who claim by, through or under it had
attended the dance in Irrigon Satur­ on the 28th day of March, 1923, or of said day, at the front door of the
Umatilla County Court House in
day night were Mr. and Mrs. Ken
Sizes 15 to 171.
Baymiller. Mr. and Mrs. Don Harry- since then have had or now have, in Pendleton, Oregon, offer for sale to
Whipcord
W. J. WARNER
and
to
the
above
described
property
man. Mrs. H. Rodenbough and
Work Pants
and every part thereof, at public the highest bidder for cash, subject
Flannel
daughter
Doris,
Blanche
Pike.
Geo.
WEYENBERG
to a minimum price of 320.00, the
They're plenty
Attorney-at-Law
McNabb. Lucille Hower. Don Hower. auction to the highest bidder tor
PAJAMAS
tough and at this
16 in. Hi-Cuts
Lyle Brown. Harold Edwards and cash in hand, the proceeds of said following described parcel of land,
sale
to
be
applied
in
satisfaction
of
heretofore by said Umatilla County,
Hermiston - Oregon
Full grain oil-tan­
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Powell.
low price, they're
Rev. H. B. Thomas of Boardman said execution and all costs.
Oregon, acquired for delinquent
ned uppers, full
a real bargain.
Dated this 26th day of December, taxes, to-wit:
and Umatilla was able to leave the
grain bellow tongue
BOYS'—
Hermiston General hospital Satur­ 1935.
Tax No. 3 of Section 34, Twp.
and leather sole.
R. E. GOAD. Sheriff of
DR. A. e . MARBLE
day, to go to his home in Boardman.
4, N. R. 29 EWM., in Umatilla
Umatilla County, Oregon.
The Misses Esther and Essie Jones
By J. A. Carney, Deputy.
County, Oregon, as shown from
CHIROPRACTOR
and Echo Coates of Boardman spent
Pig-grain
(Jan.,2-30)
Office: Two doers west post ottico :
Sunday at the W. T. Bray home.
the assessment rolls of the
Reduced from $6.90
Miss Mildred Conlon returned to
County Assessor of said Uma­
Flannel
Office Hours: 8 to 13 - 1:30 to 6
LEATHER
her studies at Willamette Universi­ NOTICE OF HEARING OF FINAL
tilla County, Oregon.
Phone 481--------Hermiston, Ore.
JACKETS
ty Saturday after spending the
NITE
SHIRTS
Water-proof
Dated this 10th day of December.
Christmas vacation with her parents,
ACCOUNT.
Pleated back effect,
1935.
Mr and Mrs. William Conlon.
16 in. Hi-Cuts
tipper front, adjust­
Mrs. Henry Cramer and sons Ar- | NOTICE is hereby given that A. S.
R. E. GOAD, Sheriff of
Heavy water-proof
able side straps.
Hermiston Post No. 37 -
thur and James of The Dalles spent Cooley as administrator with the
Umatilla County, Oregon.
leather uppers, out­
the week end in Umatilla at Mrs. will annexed of the estate of Sarah
Meets first and third
Buv Ball-Band
(Dec.
12-Jan.
9)
side counter, doub­
Cramer's sister’s home, Mr. and Mrs. L. Bennett, deceased, has filed his
Thursday. Legion Auxil­
le leather soles. Re­
Hugh Van Schoiack.
OVERSHOES
final account in said estate in the
Think of It. only
iary meets second and
Notice of Land Sale.
Robert McKenzie and Cecil Tippie County Court of the State of Oregon
duced to
$5.98 for a fine
They're the Bert.
fourth Thursday.
left Sunday for Portland where they for Umatilla County, and said court
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Legion Hall.
quality Pig - grain
will visit relatives and friends.
has fixed Monday, the 3rd day of
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Springer motor­ I February. 1936. at 10 o’clock a m. the undersigned. Sheriff of Umatilla
leather Jacket, that
ed to Pendleton Friday. They were | of said day. as the time for hearing County, Oregon, by virtue of an or­
usually sells for
accompanied by Wallace Mahoney, | of objections to said final account der duly made and entered by the
37 90,
Whipcord
W. L. Morgan, D. M. D.
who has been completing some car- | and the settlement thereof. On or County Court of the State of Ore­
Ball-Band
penter work on the Springer home. [before said day any person interest­
General Dentistry
Work Pants
Mr and Mrs. Wendell Llewellyn ed in said estate may file objections gon. for Umatilla County, on the
Work Rubbers
X-Ray and Diagnosis
Sanforized shrunk,
WEYENBERG
7th
day
of
December,
1935,
will
on
of Arlington were in Umatilla Sun­ to said final account, or to any item
leather pockets and
Phono 9-3
Heavy duty.
16 in. Hi-Cuts
the 11th day of January, 1936, at Bank Bldg.
day.
thereof, and contest the same.
double
seat
for
ex
­
Residence Phone 25-J
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Switzler re­
Top grain leather
the
hour
of
ten
o'clock
in
the
fore
­
Dated January 2, 1936.
tra wear.
turned to Umatilla Sunday from
Bunday and Evenings by
uppers, leather soles
A. S. COOLEY. Administrator. noon of said day, at the front door
Portland where they have been for
Appointment
(Jan.
2-30)
of
the
Umatilla
County,
Oregon,
several days.
House,
in
Pendleton.
Oregon,
Court
Mrs Zella Edwards returned to
Split
Umatilla Sunday evening from a few
Buy now at this
offer for sale to the highest bidder
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Moleskin
days’ visit with her son in Mon­
Horse-hide
for cash In hand, subject to the min­
low price.
mouth. Ore., where he is an assis­ IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE imum price of 325.00. the following
Work Pants
Leather Gloves
tant coach at the normal school.
Heavy 10 os. weight
STATE OF OREGON FOR UMA­ described parcel of land, heretofore
OSTEOPATHIC
Mr and Mrs. F. V Brown and
Heavy
Wool-lined, with
They're long wear­
by Umatilla County. Oregon, acquir­
TILLA COUNTY.
family who were enroute to their
PHYSICIAN
SURGEON
Part Wool
snug elastic wrist.
home In Newport, Wn.. stopped at the
ing and warmer In
ed tor delinquent taxes, to-wit:
OSBORN APARTMENTS
home of Mr. Brown’s uncle and fam­
this chilly weather.
BOOT SOCKS
W* of W*. West of O. W R.
In the Matter of the Estate of
ily. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Brown, from William P. Temple, Deceased.
4 N. Right of Way. Section 21,
Weiser. Idaho, where they spent the
Twp. 5. N. R. 28. E.W.M., Uma­
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to
Gloves or Mittens.
Christmas holidays.
tilla Oounty, Oregon.
all persons whom it may concern
PETERSON & PETERSON
Dated this the 7th day of Decem­
The Congo region of Africa has that A. C. Funk, administrator de
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
HERMISTON. been under Belgian rule 50 years. bonis non. with the Will annexed. ber. 1935.
U. 8. National Bank Building
R. E. GOAD. Sheriff of
Europe's tallest mountain. Mount of the estate of Williaam P. Temple,
Practice In State 4 Federal Courts
OREGON
Umatilla County. Oregon
Elbrus, now haa telephone service deceased, has filed his final account
Pendleton, Ore.
(Dee. 12-Jan. 9)
and report; that the County Judge,
on Its summit.
Published every Thursday at Hermis-
ton, Umatilla County, Oregon, by
Pauline M. Stoop and Alfred Quiring,
Publishers
Invitation
to Burglars
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