The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, May 27, 1937, Page 8, Image 8

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    THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1937.
THE HERMISTON HERALD, HERMISTON, OREGON.
PAGE EIGHT
J. S. B urnham and d au g h ter M ary j Mrs. Chas. Isaacs and sm all d au g h ­
motored to P endleton last F rid ay on te r Heleu Kay of P ilot Rock spent
last week end visitin g her p aren ts
business.
Mrs. F. V anP atton of Richland, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Dyer.
Mr. and Mrs. F ran k O’Neil left
Ore., who lias been v isitin g her sou
| Paul for th e past th ree weeks, left th is week for G ran ts Pass w here
for her home W ednesday m orning. they will spend the sum m er vaca­
E. H. D un ning made a business
Mr. and Mrs. A lton K ingsbury tion, going to th e beach a t intervals.
trip to P o rtlan d th is week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred W inebarger
left Tuesday evening for P o rtlan d
P. P. S ullivan, Justice of the peace, on a business trip , p la n n in g to re ­ motored to W alla W alla S unday to
spent W ednesday in Pendleton.
visit friends and relatives.
tu rn S aturday.
Mr. and Mrs. F ra n k C ram er of
W. P. L u ttre ll, who is now in
Mrs. C. Jack S hum ate was ho n o r­
B oardm an were in tow n W ednesday. ed T hursday afternoon a t a m iscel­ business in P o rtlan d , was here last
Wool b ath in g suits for Misses and laneous show er by h er sister in F riday looking afte r business a f­
women a t A m sberry’s.
adv. W allula, Wn.
fairs.
N ina Rae McCulley left last week
S traw sun h ats at A m sberry’s. ad
Rudolph M iller of P endleton is
for P ortlan d w here she plans to be employed as m eat c u tte r in th e m a r­
Mrs. Elsie Powell and son Jo h n of
em ployed d u rin g the summ er.
ket a t th e H erm iston T rad in g com­ P o rtlan d are v isitin g Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. G race Rice spent Sunday in pany.
Duff K night a t th e ir home n ear
S tanfield v isitin g her p aren ts and
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. B arag er of U m atilla.
•on.
W. F. K ern. 85, of Pendleton, fa­
S eattle are v isitin g a t th e home of
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. B urrell mo­ Mr. and Mrs. M. C. B arag er in Co­ th e r of Mrs. Alma H itt an d Dr. M.
S. Kern of P endleton, suffered a
tored to W aitsburg, W n., Sunday to lum bia d istric t.
v isit relatives.
Mrs. Wm. Bloom and son B art of stro k e T uesday evening and is in
Mr. and Mrs. H arvey P ayne and F airb an k s, A laska,
are
expected St. A n thony’s hospital.
Miss Gladys Driscoll spent Mon­
Mrs. O. T. Lockridge plan to leave F riday to v isit her p aren ts, Mr. and
day in W alla W alla looking a fte r
F rid ay for P rineville, Ore., to spend Mrs. L. C. Dyer.
M emorial Day.
Tom S tu a rt is em ployed a t P e a r­ business and v isitin g friends. She
son’s Service since B. A. Doyle is is employed a t th e R u b y ’s B eauty
here.
employed a t the H erm iston T ra n s­ Shop
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. C larke an d Mr.
fer.
to
H arry B artholom ew of Echo, was and Mrs. A1 Q uirlng m otored
Sunday evening to a tte n d
in tow n today, and sta te s th a t he a Pendleton
special concert of sacred songs
recently purchased th e S alin g Con­
presented by th e F irst C h ristian
fectionery and re sta u ra n t.
Church.
HERMISTON, OREGON
Beverley W alker, d au g h te r of
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. B oynton and
Mis. Mabel W alker, left T h u rsd ay d au g h ter B etty of H elix were v isit­
aftern o o n for P o rtlan d to v isit u n ­ ing relativ es here S aturday. T hey
Friday - Saturday
til W ednesday of n ex t week w ith w ere guests a t th e home of Mrs. W.
B arbara C hristopherson.
L. Boynton.
MAY 28 - 29
Mrs. Lena Lage and her d a u g h te r
Miss Blanche
H arm on.
grade
DOUBLE FEATURE!
W illa Je an , and P au l Seeliger of school teacher,
left
W ednesday
W alla W alla visited a t th e home of m orning for M olalla, Ore., to v isit
Mr. and Mrs. F ra n k Seeliger and an a u n t, and la te r plans to a tte n d
w ith Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Seeliger, school a t Dillon.
Sunday.
Miss R u th M orrison left th is week
for W allow a lake to spend some
tim e before going to h er home in
P o rtlan d . She ta u g h t m usic in th e
high school th e past year.
K ate S tanfield of B u tter Creek
was in town W ednesday and sta te d
th a t she has ju s t com pleted seeding
JACK O'DELL
100 acres of alfalfa, and a la rg e ac­
reage to barley.
PREPARED TO TAKE
Miss In a G ilbert, who h as been
LIMITED NUMBER OF
teaching th e
prim ary grades in
U m atilla school, is now a t her home
here and w ill rem ain for six weeks
PIANO STUDENTS
before leaving for sum m er school.
FOR PRIVATE INSTRUCTION
Jam es H ill, m anager of th e P e n ­
dleton G rain Growers, and a rep re­
PHONE
331
se n tativ e of th e N orth Pacific M ill­
PLUS SHORTS
HERMISTON - _ OREGON
ing Co., were business visitors here
W ednesday.
Opal S tockard accom panied her
SUN. - MON. - TUES.
cousin to L exington la st S atu rd ay
to spend th ree days w ith her b ro th ­
MAY 30 - 31 - JUNE 1
er and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell
MATINEE 2:30 SUNDAY
Stockard. She retu rn ed hom e T ues­
day of th is week.
Mr. and Mrs. E n t W a rk en tin e and
two ch ild ren of D allas, Ore., w ere
luncheon guests of Mr. an d Mrs. A1
Q uiring Tuesday, en ro u te to Canada
and the m id-w est sta te s on an ex­
tended visit.
Mrs. G erald Bohn of New York
form erly of H erm iston, visited
Dr. Curry, the old Reliable City,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. W arn er th is
week w hile re tu rn in g from a trip to
Optometrist of Seattle
Cartoon and Comedy
C alifornia en ro u te to W alla W alla
who has made professional visits to visit h er paren ts, Mr. and Mrs.
C. F. Morrow.
to Hermiston for 25 vears. will
Wednesday - Thursday
Miss Mary P e tri le ft W ednesday
again be at the
for her home in F u lton, Missouri,
JUNE 2 - 3
w here she will visit her sister for
six weeks before re tu rn in g to P o rt­
WEDNESDAY SPECIAL NIGHT!
land to spend the rem ainder of the
sum m er. Miss P etri teaches th e p ri­
m ary grades in the local school.
Miss
M yrthena
M artin,
who
ta u g h t in Columbia school th is year,
for one day
left W ednesday m orning for her
Eyes Examined—
home at M adras. Ore., w here she
plans to spend the sum m er.
—Glasses Ground and Fitted.
Dr. Fred K uhn, form erly an own­
e r of 30 acres of land on th e N orth
CHARGES REASONABLE
Hill p artly planted to prunes, died
I NEXT TRIP IN SEPT. a t G rand Rapids, Mich., last week.
PLUS SHORTS
He was at one tim e a m em ber of the
Chicago Board of Trade.
Rayon p arasols for th e g irls, 15c
and 25c, at A m sberry’s.
adv.
I
Miss Lavina May Lynch will leave
th e first of Ju n e for C orvallis w here
OLD TIM E A N D MODERN
she will take a six weeks sum m er
school course. She w ill then leave
for h er home in Keyser, W est V ir­
g inia. to visit her p aren ts for th e
rem ainder of th e summer.
Mr. and Mrs. M aurice S h arrard of
W illow Creek were in H erm iston
Friday. They w'ere form er residents
MUSIC BY
of H erm iston. Mr. S h arra rd states
th a t in th ir ty years W illow Creek
has not had such a flow of w ater as
th is year. He is reseeding his farm
to alfalfa.
M arybelle and E th el Clarke, and
ADMISSION 40c and 10c
F rancis C larke accom panied P auline
Stoop to M eacham Sunday w here
they enjoyed th e day picnicking at
th e an n u a l school picnic
of th e
M eacham school of w hich Miss
Stoop’s sister is a teacher.
LOCALS ||
OASIS THEATRE
C. J. B uhm ann an d W ayne Couch
eft early Monday m o rning for Mon-
an a w here they w ill spend th e sum ­
mer. Mr. B uhm ann an d h is b ro th er
Law rence B uhm ann a re in terested
in a large bee ap iary a t F o rt Rock,
M ontana, an d Couch w ill assist them
d u rin g th e honey flow season.
Mrs. Bud H ooker and tw o ch ild ­
ren H enry an d Ruby, Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. P u tn am an d sons F o rrest and
Bob, and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Morse,
w ere d in n e r g u ests a t th e home of
Mr. and Mrs. G. M cLouth in Board-
m an Sunday.
Mrs. A. M. T illson, who has been
a t th e home of her d au g h te r Mrs. O.
L. Barlow for several weeks, w hile
recovering from a h e a rt ailm ent, re ­
tu rn ed to her home n ear Meacham
la st Sunday. Mr. an d Mrs. Barlow
and fam ily m otored to th e m oun­
ta in s w ith her.
Dr. H. C. C urry, th e S eattle opto-
m e trisl who has m ade professional
visits to H erm iston for 25 years and
is know n fo r good o p tical w ork a t
reasonable prices, w ill ag ain be a t
H otel H erm iston S atu rd ay , May 29,
for one day. Eyes exam ined. G las­
ses fitted . L ast trip till Septem ber.
adv.
Hotel Hermiston
Sat., May 29
BURK’S -
The Bargain Store
SHOE PRICES HAVE ADVANCED GREAT­
LY BUT WE ARE SELLING A T THE OLD
PRICE.
LIGHT DRESS SOX Palr 10<
DRESS PANTS A T OVERALL PRICES
NEW LINE STRAW &FELT HATS JUST IN !
A FULL LINE OF DRESS SHIRTS, LIGHT UNDERWEAR, NECK
TIES, ETC. WORK SHIRTS AND OVERALLS — SWEATERS.
OUR PRICES WILL SAVE YOU MONEY!
2-BIG DAYS FOR MEMORIAL DAY
SHOPPERS— FRIDAY - SATURDAY
MAY 28 - 29— STOCK UP FOR TH E
TWO-DAY HOLIDAY.
"SPEC IA L”
PICNIC VALUES!
P o ta to C hips
ANNOUNCING!
COM ING A G A IN
Mrs. G. M cLouth and h er m other,
Mrs. E. A shton, and L elan McLouth
of Boardm an, atten d ed th e com­
m encem ent exercises h ere la st F ri­
day evening a t w hich F orreet P u t­
nam , grandson of Mrs. M cLouth, an d
g re a t grandson of Mrs. A shton, g ra ­
du ated . A nother g ran d m o th er, Mrs.
E. M. P u tn am of Bend. Ore., w as al­
so p resen t a t th e exercise«.
More locals on page one.
D orothy Osborn of Culver, Ore., Is
th e house guest of h e r cousin, M ar­
lon Pierce, and expects to sta y for
Home tim e.
She came w ith G ene
P ierce la st F riday, who had been
spending th e week th e re w hile on
a v acation from his duties a t th e
F irs t N atio n al Bank in Pendleton.
H e w ent to w ork a t H eppner Mon­
day of th is week as a relief m an for
th ree weeks.
N ALLEY’S
3 ounce
Packages
15c
COFFEE
I9 c
Qt.
Jar
P IC K LES
Columbia Sweet
M a rs h m a llo w s
Pound
P ackage
EDWARD’S
Deoendahle
F lu ffiest
BREAD
J u lia Lee W rig h t’s
IOC
14c
Loaf
T hin SHce
W h ite or W hole W heat
M ayonnaise
ÇWP
Q J a r 59c
2
49c
A ir w a y CoCSee
A risto cra t
16 oz.
cans
P o r k & Beans
Rich Brazilian
V an Cam p’s
P a p e r N a p k in s
IO C
PKG.
No. 1
Cans
R ip e O lives
17c
Pound
W h ite or Colored - 80 Count
3 m 5OC
Medium Size
No. 2%
Can
D ill
lie
P a p e r P lates
G ilm ore
2 Dozen
Cheese
F ull Cream
22C
Pound
W a x e d Paper
Corn Flakes
................................
Diamond
125 Ft.
Heavy
Roll
P ost Tosties
J^P kgs.
or K ellogg’s
Grape Fruit Juice
Cans
Ariz-Sw eet
D eviled M eat
Peanut B u tte r
13% oz.
No. M
L ibby’s
M ilk
D A N C IN G
Tins
Real
Lb.
R oast
Jar
Federal
a t th e W e s tla n d G range
Tall
Cans
17c
Z5C
19c
ROSOMI»» » ,r
19c
THE LONESO ME BUMS
S A T U R D A Y , M a y 2 9 th .
WHAT IS
“ The Low-Priced
Field?”
I
Sugar
F in e G ran u lated
10
FOR HEALTH
3 c . n i .........
A1 Shaw, Distributor
V,
29C
î p - ; " ........
F lo u r
K itchen C raft
G uaran teed
49 lb.
Bag
$1.79
Del Monte
No. 2% Cans
25C
CASE (2 4 ) ...... $2.95
— FRESH PRODUCE
Lettuce 4
Heads
“ Cans ......
6 Cans ................. 98c
SELECTED SMOKED MEATS
15c
Crisp Solid Heads
FRANKFURTERS
..... LB
OR BOLOGNA
S liced Bacon
Potatoes 9
25c
S w 'ft's Oriole
Doi.
29c
S h o rten in g
Bu.
10c
L u n ch M eats
Fancy Assorted LB.
29c
Lb.
39c
S ch after W hites
C ra c k e rs
AT DEARBORN FACTORY
All K risp Sodas
OUR SHOP IS MODERN
OUR SERVICE GUARANTEED
Roper B rand
No. 2% Cans
F ancy P in k
FORD V-8 PRICES
BEGIN AT $529
ROHRMAN
M o to r Co.
PEARS PEARS
S a lm o n
Ford
MADE IT POSSIBLE
FOR THE AVERAGE
C IT IZ E N TO
O W N A CAR
W e’re m ark in g down our own p ro fit in th is drive
to help WASHINGTON A N D O R E G O N
PEAR
GROWERS m a rk e t th e ir su rp lu s carry-over! H elp
us do th e job! Buy and use more pears/ RIGHT
NOW!
Lbs.
2
i*
C arton
23c
Lemons
Fancy S u n k ist
Celery
Bleached Crisp S talks
J e w e l 4c.™65c
S a fe w a y