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THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1937.
THE HERMISTON HERALD. HERMISTON. OREGON.
1
Œhf WirmtHton Serali)
Published every T h ursday a t H erm is­
ton, U m atilla C ounty, Oregon, by
P au lin e M. Stoop and A lfred Q ulrlng,
P ub lish ers.
E n tered as Second Class M atter
D ecem ber, 1906, U m atilla County,
Oregon.
T
he
H
ome
S ubscription R ates.
One Y ear ..................................... >2.00
Six M onths ................................... 1.00
T hree M onths .......................................60
BETTER TH A N A
CIRCUS
ecorator
The Modern Manner
Orte g
A gain we pay trib u te to th e men
who w ere boys of 20 years ago.
Those who sleep in F la n d e r’s field
and graves of th e hom eland, and
those who lie in our hospitals, m ade
th e g rea t sacrifice. T he to rch they
let fall for th e ir co u n try has been
D
"M odern’’ furniture is, of course,
very much in vo-nie and i t ’s "rand
to work with in :
' ense.
Never before has <.
‘d in
such a riotous fashion-ti;c-.e's an-
other new shade and new color
arouna every corner.
A great deal of the modern fu m i-
ture is of unstained or unpainted
wood and much is painted in light
colors-grays, creams, white, ivory,
and so on. In which case it’s COLOR
for the walls, a grand luxury of color.
The new paint mixtures can be used
to great advantage here-cggplant,
chartreuse, deep blues, gorgeous yel­
lows and brilliant greens. And the
simplicity and light color of the fu rn ­
iture is a perfect foil for th e burst
of color on the w alls-and it isn't
tiring, either. A popular treatm ent is
to have one or two walls one color
and th e rem ainder another. This
gives a depth and an illusion of space
which is most satisfactory. And these
shades in paint have a richness
which is com plimentary to every kind
of fabric-woolens, chintz, c o tto n -
even fur.
The ceilings get th eir color bath,
too. Deep brown walls with light
peach ceiling are very effective, or
the same walls with a soft yellow.
Some people, particularly if their
rooms are very high-posted, reverse
the order and keep the walls a light
shade and the ceiling dark to break
down the height of the room. And it
is charming.
Another heartening thing about
this modern fu rn itu re -it can be pur-
chased unpaintod and then you can
go to work on it yourself with a can
of enamel in your own chosen shade,
thus making it ever so much sin pier
to work out your own room color
schemes. We are for it in every way.
■ist try one room for yourself. I t ’ll
ive you a new lease on life and a
■ealth of pride once you'”e finished.
for th e past year has been 66. T he
h ig h est en ro llm en t u rin g th e past
eig h t y ears has been 72.
B enny Boylen le ft for P ilo t Rock
W ednesday evening w here his bro­
th e r Jam es is employed.
Mr. an d Mrs. H e rb e rt Boylen
made a business tr ip to P endleton
Monday.
A rild a F o ster le ft M onday for I r ­
rigon w here she will be em ployed by
Mr. and Mrs. B atie R and.
Land Sale Notice.
NOTICE IS H EREBY GIVEN,
T h at th e un d ersig n ed , S h eriff of
U m atilla County, Oregon, by v irtu e
of an o rder d uly m ade and en tered
herein by th e C ounty C ourt of U m a­
tilla County, Oregon, on th e 5 th day
of A pril, 1937, w ill on the 3rd day
of Ju ly , 1937, a t th e h o u r of 10:00
o’clock in th e forenoon, sell to the
h ig h est bidder for cash in han d , a t
th e fro n t door of th e U m atilla C oun­
ty C ourt House, P en d leto n , Oregon,
su b ject to a m inim um price of >10
th erefo r, to be paid in cash a t th e
tim e of sale, th e follow ing described
parcel of land, h ereto fo re by U m a­
tilla C ounty, Oregon, acquired for
d elin q u en t tax es to -w it:
Lot 15,
Block 2. N ew port's A ddition to th e
City of H erm iston, U m atilla County,
Oregon.
Dated
at
P en d leto n ,
U m atilla
County, Oregon, th is 26th day of
May, 1937.
R. E. GOAD, S h eriff
of U m atilla County.
(May 27-Ju n e 24)
valuable.
carried h ig h by those who came th e by products a re also
back to live an d devote th e ir lives It is a sound condition.
Call for W arrants.
in th e prom otion of th e peace of
th e ir own co u n try .
The stu d y of crested w h eat and
All o u tsta n d in g w a rra n ts for D ist­
o th e r bunch grasses is b u t an ef­ ric t No. 112 have been called, and
Feed w h at you raise and raise fo rt to balance th e law s of n a tu re . in te re st on sam e w ill cease Mav 13,
H. J. OTT, Clerk,
w h at you feed, is an old slogan th a t These w estern h ills and p lain s w ere
School D ist. No. 112.
is b eing adopted by m ost of the once robbed of th e ir n a tu ra l p ro ­
farm ers in th e H erm iston te rrito ry . ducts and now m an m ust find th e
Call for W arrants.
Several th o u san d acres of new a l­ w ay back th ro u g h scien tific re se a r­
Call
for
w a rra n ts for School Dist.
falfa has been p lan ted , p astu re s are ch and p rac tica l experim ents.
26-51, N um ber 247 to 261, inclusive,
FIT YOURSELF WITH GLASSES being im proved and m ore corn and
dated from O ctober 25, 1935, to No­
* ¥ ¥ ¥ * * * * * ¥ ¥ *
vem ber 23, 1935. In te re s t ceases
o th e r g ra in s a re b ein g seeded. Un­
$4.50 0R $7.50
S atu rd ay , May 29th, 1937.
der such co nditions we m ay not need *
PINE C IT Y
B ernice W a tte n b u rg e r, Clerk,
— DO IT YOURSELF —
By
Mrs.
B
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W
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corn from A rg en tin e or o th e r places
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Echo, Oregon.
JOTICE TO OLD CUSTOMERS—
and prices co n tro lled by n atio n al or
A larg e crowd atten d e d th e q u ilt­
world wide co n d itio n s w ill not a f­ in g an d show er at P in e City for Ole-
If any of your friends w a n t to do
SUMMONS.
fect local p ro sp erity . L abor to grow ta N eill, who will be a Ju n e bride.
E q u ity No. 5982
it th e sam e as you have done in
these products is k ep t a t home, and O leta received m any lovely g ifts. A
years gone by— An o rd er from
IN TH E CIRCUIT COURT OF TH E
pot luck lunch was served a t noon.
STATE OF OREGON FOR
you and they get them .
E m m ett and Joe K enny w ere all
UMATILLA COUNTY
n
ig
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v
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rs
a
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th
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Jo
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n
H
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W ILL BE AT
home Sunday.
F. B. Swayze, P la in tiff, vs. A lon­
HERMISTON HOTEL
Open house wa3 held a t th e P ine zo L. Needles and K atie Needles,
City school F rid ay . A program was h u sband and w ife; E. L. B orthw ick
WED., JUNE nd
enjoyed in th e a u d ito riu m a t 2 :3 0 . [and E th e l F ra n cis B orthw ick, hus-
Many ex h ib its w ere on d isplay in t,anti a n d w ife; Oak P a rk T ru st &
F. W. DUDGEON, the glass man.
th e school house and a lu n c h was S avings Bank, a co rp o ratio n ;
and
served a t noon.
¡Jean M acdonald, D efendants.
16th T rip - - - - 8th Y ear
at The Herm iston Herald.
Miss D ora E. Moore sp en t S atu r- J q<o th e above nam ed d efen d an t
day n ig h t and S unday w ith Mrs. j ean M acdonald:
S m ith a t Irrig o n .
j IN T H E NAME o f T H E STATE
Isabella O’B rien re tu rn e d to P en ­ OF OREGON,
dleton Sunday.
You are hereby req u ired to ap ­
Miss M arie H ealy, who has been pear and answ er th e co m p lain t filed
a tte n d in g school in H eppner, is home againgt you
th e above cn tjtle d
io r vacation.
co u rt an d cause w ith in four weeks
Mrs. Ray J Pinson was a P endle- f
th e date of tb e flrs t p u b llca.
ton caller S atu rd ay .
SPECIALS FOR MAY 28th and 29th.
of th is sum m ons, and if you
Mr. and Mrs. If. E. Y oung and -
so to ap p ear an d an sw er, for
fam ily w ere in H erm iston Monday. w a n t th ereo f p la in tiff will apply to
i,h Ä i e ™
Mr. and Mrs. Jo h n
H ealy and said co u rt for a decree as prayed for
fam ily w ere in H ep p n er Sunday.
and dem anded in said com plaint,
A ugust, L illy, Mabie and Elsie to -w it:
R auch spent S unday at th e H enry
A decree th a t p la in tiff have and
R auch home n ear L exington.
recover of and from th e d efen d an ts
Mr. and Mrs. M arion F inch and Alonzo L Needles and K atie N eed-
fam ily w ent to P endleton Sunday.
)eg th e gum of $250.00> be in g tb e
Those a tte n d in g th e g ra d u a tio n
,n c I 1
tw o noteg ow ned and
exercises in H eppner F rid a y w e r e h e l d b
p la in tiff. w ith
in te re st
Mrs. Lucy O B rien an d fam ily. Tom, th ereo n a t the ra te of 6%
an_
Cecelia, Helen and Jack H ealy.
num from tbe 3rd d
of November>
Burl W a tte n b u rg e r
an d
Guy jl9 3 1 an d the fllrth e r gum of , 38 60
Red & W hite
Moore spent th e week end in Mt. ln g u ran ce prem ium paid by p la in -
V ernon looking a fte r bee in terests. t(ff wUh ,ntereat th ereo n a t th e
Red and W hite
Those a tte n d in g th e show in r a te of 6%
a n n u m from tb e
H enpner S un d ay were M r and Mrs. , 8 th d
„fA pril, 1935, and th e fu r-
Jo h n H arrison and son Jo h n n y Mrs. tb e r gum of $77O 2_ taxeg
jd b
No.
Ray J. Pinson and Mrs. E. B. W at- , a ,n t|f f w lth in terest thereo n at
te n h u rg e r and fam ily.
th e ra te of 6%
an n u m from th e
LARGE BOTTLES
Mrs. W D. Nei 1 and sons H arold , 4 th „
of October, 1935, and th e
(P lu s 5c for b o ttles)
and R alph and M r and Mrs Floyd fllrth e r sum of , 300.00 as an a tto r-
SODA POP
-
ROOT BEER
M athers atten d e d th e g rad u a tio n ex* .ney>g fee, and th e costs and dis-
b u rsem en ts of th is su it, and th a t
errb.es In H erm isto n F riday.
Mike H ealy of Boardm an visited gajd allnig are a jjen o r ]jens a g a in st
Red & W hite 2 ^ ’s
it the Jo h n H ealy
home F rid ay th e follow ing described land, to-
3 lb. tins 87c
evening.
w I t.
r \
r> i -
RED & w hite
Mr. and Mrs. Lon W a tte n b u rg e r
Thp Soutb H alf of th e N o rth east
1 lb. bag 25c
enjoyed th e picnic a t B ingham . Q u a rte r of th e N o rth ea st Q uar
1 lb- 19c
S prings S unday in ho n o r of all the
e r; th e N orthw est Q u a rte r of th e
em ployees of th e J. J. Chisholm ' N o rth east Q u arte r:
th e N o rth
G rain & Feed Company.
H alf of the S outhw est Q u arte r of
th e N o rth ea st Q u a rte r;
and th e
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S outhw est Q u arter of th e S o u th ­
Free Delivery
Phone 341
Prompt, Courteous Service
w est Q u arte r of th e N o rth east
Q u arte r, all in Section
16
in
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By Lois H u tchiso n
T ow nship 4 N o rth of R ange 28
♦
E ast of the W illam ette M eridian,
M embers of th e fresh m an class en-
in U m atilla C ounty, Oregon, ex ­
jte rta in e d th e e ig h th g rad e rs a t th e
cep tin g therefrom th e
follow ing
11 a n n u a l picnic M onday aftern o o n nt
described tr a c t:
Com m encing a t
Colum bia park, follow ing the eig h th
th e ce n te r of said Section 16 and
■ rrarte g rad u a tio n exercises.
ru n n in g thence N o rth 417.6 feet;
Mr. and Mrs. A lfred Cable and
th en ce E ast 208.8 feet; thence
A combination that will attract any housewife —
I sm all d a u g h te r D orene Kay re tu rn e d
South 417.6 feet;
thence W est
FRIDAY - SATURDAY AND TUESDAY
: home from San Jose, Cal.. W ednes-
208.8 feet to th e po in t of b eg in ­
j day aftern o o n . T he Cable’s sp en t
n in g , co n tain in g tw o acres more
Lean L ig h t W eight
' th é w in te r w ith Mr. C able’s m other,
of less.
T h a t th e m ortgage given by said
I Mrs. M ary Cable.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. H ooker mo­ d efe n d an ts Alonzo L. Needles and
F at Ones
tored to W alla W alla T h u rsd ay of j K atie Needles to p la in tiff and of
last week w here th ey visited Mrs. record a t page 410. Book 101, Rec
Oven Fresh
H ooker’s b ro th er, It. Coons, who has ord of M ortgages for U m atilla Conn
been ill for some tim e.
ty In th e S tate of Oregon, and th e
Over a hu n d red people enjoyed lien th ereo f be foreclosed
ag a in st
All P urpose
the C olum bia school
picnic and pot jsaid lan d , and th a t th e co u rt decree
CORN - PEAS - TOMATOES
luck d tn r e r given at
C olum bia p ark a sale of said land for th e satlsfac-
F rlday of 1 >st week. A fter d in n e r tlo n of th e whole of th e debt se-
STRINGLESS BEANS
m em bers of th e C olum bia school pre- cured thereby, or so m uch th ereo f
seated h p ageant. "C ro w n in g th e as m ay be necessary to satisfy th e
Kuby or G lenn V alley
May Q ueen.’’ F o llo w in g th is
th e in sta llm e n ts now due. w ith costs of
crowd w ent to th e
school house su it an d a tto rn e y 's fees, or decree
PICNIC SUPPLIES
w here they viewed th e school exhi- a sale of so much of said land as may
bits.
be necessary to satisfy th e sum s due
Miss W oodruth G ifford of S tan - p la in tiff, w ith costs of suit,
field was a Sunday d in n e r g uest of I T h at if th ere be a deficiency.
Miss M arian Casady.
th en th a t p la in tiff have execution
E lm er Jam es of P en d leto n who is ag a in st th e p ro p erty of said defen-
em plcyed in th e f u rn itu re d ep art- d a n ts Alonzo L. N eedles and K atie
m ent of M ontgom ery W ard & Co. Needles o r ag ain st th e p ro p erty of
¡sto re, w s a visito r a t th e B axter |*’H her of them for sa tisfa c tio n of
Bulk
such deficiency.
[H u tch iso n home Monday.
p erm
T h a t p la in . tiff be
A nice crow d g ath ered at th e H.
.
, . itted
,
. to
[A. H ooker home S unday honoring * 'd **P®n and p urchase said lan d a t
8 Inch
H en ry Hooker an d Ix*onard Moppe th e sale th ereo f, or so m uch of th e
on th e ir b irth d ay s. A pot luck d in ­ sam e as m ay be sold.
T h at Im m ediately a fte r such sale
n er was enjoyed, follow ed by p rea ch ­
th e sh e riff place th e p u rch a ser of
ing by Rev. C. R. Moore.
said land in possession th ereo f.
T he e n tire te ac h in g sta ff of Co­
T h at if you sh all a p p e a r herein
lum bia school was reelected re c e n t­ as th e o w n er or holder of th e eig h t
lge. can 15c
OLIVES
OLIVES Green
Bottle 10c
ly w ith su b sta n tia l sa lary increases. notes th e paym ent of w hich is se­
4 for lQo
PICKLES
SWEET PICKLES
Pint 15c
T he te ach ers a re Mrs. L au ra Mor­ cured by said m ortgage, w hich notes
ris. p rin cip al. Mrs. F ern Zlvney, In­ a re n ot ow ned by p la in tiff,
th en
term ed ia te grades, and Miss M yrthe- th a t your rig h ts be p ro tected h ere­
PHONE 301
na M artin, p rim ary .
Mrs.
M orris in. an d th a t such d ecree be en tered
has held h er present position for th e as may be proper for th e p ro tectio n
past eig h t years. T he en ro llm en t land In terest of a ll persons ow ning
F IR E '
insurance on your autom obile protects you against
serious financial loss if your car is destroyed by fire.
Its cost is low and the protection provided by the
policy is certain.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HERMISTON
F. B. SWAYZE, P resid en t
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
an y one or m ore of said notes or
h av in g an y in te re st th erein , and
th a t th e co u rt w ill en ter herein
such decree as may he proper for
th e p ro tectio n of all p arties con­
cerned.
T h a t you and all persons claim ­
ing by, th ro u g h or u n d er you su b ­
sequent to th e 9th day of A pril,
1932, th e d ate of said m ortgage, be
forever b arred and foreclosed of any
an d all rig h t, title, in te rest, claim ,
lien or dem and in, to or upon said
land an d each and every p a rt th e re ­
of, except th e sta tu to ry rig h t of re­
dem ption, and th a t p la in tiff have
such o th er an d fu rth e r relief as m ay
seem proper in equity.
T his sum m ons is served upon you
'by p u b licatio n th ereo f for four suc­
cessive w eeks in th e H erm iston
H erald by o rd er of Hon. C alvin L.
Sweek, ju d g e of th e co u rt above
nam ed, w hich said o rd er w as m ade
and dated May 3, 1937, and th e
d ate of th e firs t p u b lication of th is
sum m ons is May 13th, 1937.
W. J. W ARNER,
A tto rn ey for P la in tiff,
P o st Office O ddress:
H erm iston, Oregon.
(M ay 13-June 10)
TRAVEL EAST
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amous trions
T h e R e d & W h ite S to r e
Chocolate Malted Milk
Wax Paper
Paper Napkins
Tuna Flakes
Flakewhite
4 lbs.
Milk
3 for
Tomato Juice
6 cans
Dole Pineapple Juice
2 for
Old Colony & Hires
Tomatoes
45c
17c
9c
15c
69c
23c
45c
27c
10c
The
The
to D « n v e r -K a n .a . C ity .
P illo w « la
L(W Priced
SUMMER >
EXEUR5I0N
RAIL FARES
NOV! IN EFFECT
3 for 47c
C O F F E E « « msER
HERMISTON TRADING CO.
COLUMBIA
Quality and Prices!
Bacon Back
Weiners
Crackers
Flour
Catsup
Deviled Meat
Veal Loaf
Corned Beef
Peanut Butter
er Plates
Napkins
Potato Chips
lb. 25c
2 lbs. 39c
2 lb. box 19c
49 lb. sack $1.33
large cans 10c
bottle 10c
6 cans
2 cans
2 cans
2 lbs.
2 doz.
large pkg.
3 pkgs.
Connor’s Cash Store
25c
29c
35c
29c
15c
10c
25c
Memorial Day Specials at
BOYNTON & KELLEY’S
OUR STORE WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY - MEMORIAL DAY
SHORTENING
Sw ift'3 P earl
4 lb. carto n .
JE LLO
ICE CREAM POWDER
V anilla, S tra w b erry or
Chocolate.
3 packages ...............
CRACKERS
S uperior B rand
2 lb. carto n ......
DASH
FIG BARS
Oven F resh
W hole W heat
lie
LB.
SHREDDED
W H EAT
w ith those S tra w b erries
T he O riginal
Each ............ - .......... .
lie
WASHING POWDER
A G ran u lated , C oncentrated
Soap.
5 lb. package ............
vegetable T ept ?
NEW POTATOES
SH A FTER W H ITE S
Smooth and Even
<a «y —
9 lbs............... ............. .
STRAWBERRIES AND
TOMATOES AT MARKET
PRICES.
RIPPLED W HEAT
w ith chrom ium plated
H ostess Tray.
T otal V alue 60c
Today ............................
22c
MEAT DEPT.
PURE LARD
BAKING POWDER
C labber Girl
F u ll 32 oz. for
22c
2
NU M ALT
Malted
HONEY
P u re A lfalfa
44 oi. carto n
C arton
65c
BOILING BEEF
GH IRARDELLI'S
T he Im proved
D rink.
Pound Can ....
4 Lb.
^3C
Lbs.
YOUNG PRIME
Milk
STEER ROASTS
Pound
..............
18c
HAMBURGER
Pure G round Beef
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P o u n d ....... ...................... A
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