The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, June 10, 1937, Page 5, Image 5

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    THURSDAY. JUNE 10. 1937.
HERM1ST0N HERALD. HERMISTON. OREGON.
PAOB f iv e
th ey visited Mr. aad Mrs
M n^uTh T
'a " '“ 7' Mr8' H u tc h ° d Mr.
, and Mrs. L- W. Douglas are W oodw ard.
eon is th e d au g h ter of Mrs. Doug- driving a new Chevrolet coupe.
Miss M iriam S w a rn e r re tu rn e d to
Marion Ott of th e Blue Ribbon
her home here S atu rd ay .
M iriam
alf
club
and
H
enry
Sommerer,
J
r.,
Clem ent S t° ckttrd arrlved hQme
has been a tte n d in g O.S.C.
S atu rd ay m orning for a two day of the Columbia W inners Calf club
Miss M arg aret Boylen, who is em ­
v‘8»t w ith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ave been elected as press ag en ts of ployed in P endleton visited h e r p a r­
R. H Stockard.
He left Monday their respective clubs to en ter the ents, hir. an d Mrs. H e rb e rt Boylen,
m orn ng for K lam ath F alls where news w riting contest.
S atu rd ay evening and Sunday.
B arbara Hossi and b ro th er Jack
he w ill be employed by the Ewau-
Dick U pham who is em ployed in
Osborn left for th e ir home in La
na Box company.
th e fo restry service a t W alk er, M in­
Grande
Thursday.
They
have
spent
Mr. and Mrs. George Caldwell of
nesota, arriv ed home S atu rd ay n ig h t
W a rren to n , Ore., spent the Memor­ the school year w ith th e ir g ran d ­ and w ill v isit h is p are n ts, Mr. an d
ial holidays w ith th eir niece and parents, Mr. and Mrs. D uane L a th ­ Mrs. C. L. Upham.
> CITY O f P O tT iA H O
rop.
namlly, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wood­
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. D ouglas w ere
-a
on'l*.
Tk, 13U.
23U>.
Mr. and Mrs. H utchison and fam ­ Sunday d in n e r g u ests a t th e B a x ter
w ard.
8
no “ EXTRA T A M
ily of Pendleton arrived a t th e E p ­ H utchison home. O ther calle rs w ere
A nne Sommerer of the Columbia
person home Saturday evening and Mr. an d Mrs. H e rb e rt Boylen, Mrs.
S titc h ers Sewing club was awarded
Th*
Sunday th e H utchisons and E p p er­ John Jen d rzejew sk l, F ra n c is K eller
Par weeks on end, a m illio n little
th e F arm Bureau A uxiliary scholar­
sons w ent to Bingham Springs. Mrs. and R osem ary K eller.
voices all over th a t b od y o f yours,
ship to 4-H sum m er school for this
H utchison is th e d au g h ter of Mr.
begging you to lie d ow n and rest?
W eir Casady discovered a sw arm
y e a r.
-T ouriit S1.O P«,
and Mrs. Epperson.
ctlnq »orTto
of bees h ig h In a locust tre e la st
You haven’t been treadin g th e lig h t
Miss V irg in ia W alther of P o rt­
Beulah
R
yland
spent
a
week
a
t
week
an
d
w
hile
p
o
n
d
erin
g
how
to
fantastic into the wee sm all hours,
land and a friend were visiting a t
to D obt » i A* b , m cl’r
the L. Dewey home in H oldm an, r e ­ get them down follow ed th e advice
.
nu®” * *“
either!
th e home of Mr. and Mrs. John Jen- tu rn in g Sunday of la st week.
of
Mr.
T
abor
and
shot
th
e
lim
b
off.
Priced
drzejew ski Tuesday of last week.
Well, it’s time to v is it y o u r good
F rancis H utsel w ent to LaG rande The bees w ere successfully hived.
V irg in ia is a niece of Mrs. Jendrze­
friend, the doctor. U n ex p la in a b le
SUMMER
Sunday of last week w here she w ill
■XAMPLX OF * * " “ •
T he G et-to-G ether clu b of S ta n ­
jew skl.
fatigue is an ea rly sign o f tub ercu ­
Round Trip to
visit friends for a couple of weeks. field held an all day picnic in Co­
EXCURSION
Mrs. H enry H ooker and Nellie
lous
CH1CAOO
John Knox and Jack T illery were lum bia p ark S unday, and also th e
la
Coook
m
otored
to
W
alla
W
alla
Wednesday
Remember, there’s a w a y o f solving
RAIL FARES
w orking in th e hay a t th e C. L. Up­ Church of C h rist held th ree services
of la st week w here they spent the ham ranch Saturday.
the mystery.
NOM I N F F F F CT
in
th
e
p
ark
and
enjoyed
a
pot
luck
day v isitin g Mrs. Hooker’s brother,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Reid left F r i­ dinner. T his was th e la st in a se r­
Rhoden Coons.
UNCOVER T U B E R C U L O S IS B Y
day for Corvallis a fte r th e ir d au g h ­ ies of special revival m eetin g s w hich
Mr. and Mrs. W illiam Mikesell ter B arbara who is a tte n d in g O.S.C. were conducted by Rev. Joe S. W a r-
MODERN M E TH O D S
For
m ade a business trip to Pendleton They returned to P o rtlan d to v isit lick of th e C hurch of C h rist a t D al­
Lei the doctor be your guide
ci\f F
la st week.
th eir son Howard, J r., trav e lin g on las, Texas.
M embers of 4-H clubs of th is dis­ to Spokane for a sh o rt visit.
Dick U pham le ft T uesday fo r a
Charles K eller atten d ed th e g rad ­ v isit w ith his sister an d fam ily, Mr.
tr ic t who le ft for Corvallis Monday
m o rn in g to atten d the two weeks’ uation exercises a t St, Joseph’s aca­ and Mrs. L aw rence H a rt, a t G aston,
♦
C O L U M B IA
* session of sum m er school are Anne demy in Pendleton. H is d a u g h te r Oregon, and will also v isit frie n d s
4
B y L o la H u t c h is o n
♦
Som m erer, Joyce McCulley, Lois Francis was a g rad u a te of th e class in th e valley. H e is hom e from
as was also Mary McGonigle, d au g h ­ W alker, M inn., w here h e is em ­
H utchison and O tha W hitsett.
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Bend, an d Mr. an d Mrs. N orm an te r M arie la st w eek, who Is a tte n d ­
ter of P atrick McGonigle. Rosem ary ployed in th e fo rest service.
Mrs.
Jam
es
Smith,
d
au
g
h
ter
of
W illiam s an d baby of S isters, Ida­ in g E a ste rn Oregon N orm al a t L a
Helen and W a lte r Je n d rz e je w sk l
Keller acted ss one of th e flow er
ho, w ere w eek end v isito rs of Mr, G rande.
will remain in C orvallis d u rin g 4-H Mrs. D uane L athrop, spent th e week
girls in th e program.
and Mrs. C laude McCall.
end
v
isitin
g
Mr.
and
Mrs.
G
raybeal
lummer school, to a s sist in
club
Mr. and Mrs. Bob W oodw ard are
C h arlie H o sk in s’ tw o d au g h te rs of
work. Helen w ill be s u p e rv is o r of in U m atilla.
P o rtla n d a re v isitin g Mr. and Mrs.
sta rtin g to harvest th e ir ch erry crop
UMATILLA NEWS
Mrs. H enry O tt and dau g h ter Mar­
42 girls In Gam m a P h i B e ta soro­
By Mrs. C arl R h ea
Jam es H oskins.
in U m atilla th is week.
By E R M A B YRN ES.
rity house. F ollow ing 4-H c lu b su m ­ ian and Miss W alth er visited at
Mr. an d Mrs. Ed. Brow n an d fam ­
Mary McGonigle visited h er fa th ­
Mrs. H utsell and tw o dons le ft ily sp e n t th e week end in H eppner.
mer school H elen w ill r e tu r n hom e th e Jo h n Jendrzejew skl home Sun­
er P atrick McGonigle la st week, Monday for E ugene w here she w ill
Mr. an d Mrs. C. M. B erry of W es­
Mrs. E lm ore M cKenzie an d d a u g h ­
»nd Walter will leave J u n e 1 8 th fo r day of la st week.
leaving here th is week by a irp la n e
ton sp e n t S un d ay w ith th e Refvem te r Je an sp e n t th e w eek end In
California to a tte n d six w eeks m ili­
Mrs. Joan Sage of The Dalles, and for Salt Lake City w here she w ill visit her p are n ts for a m o n th or fam ily.
tary camp train in g .
Mr. an d Mrs. A. M cA llister nd P o rtlan d .
Mrs. O. 0. Felthouse of Herm iston visit her sister who is a stew ardess six weeks.
Mr. an d M rs. B ill Boultojn l e f t
Opal
H
atfield
of
P
en
d
leto
n
sp
e
n
t
fam
ily of P o rtla n d v isited w ith Mrs.
Martha Bell C aldw ell is v is itin g w ere callin g on Mrs. H enry Hooker on United A irlines, w ith h ea d q u ar­
S unday on a v acation.
the week end w ith h e r siste r an d D au g h te ry over th e holidays.
lereral weeks w ith h e r g ra n d m o th ­ T h ursday evening.
ters in th a t city.
Mr. and Mrs. Refvem an d fam ily
Bessie D exter re tu rn e d
to
La
fam ily, Mr. an d Mrs. P a u l Lee.
er Mrs. Bell Caldw ell a t Irrig o n .
w en t to W alla W alla to v isit Mr. G rande w h ere she w ill a tte n d sum ­
E ber D. Mossie of P ilot Rock p u r­
Ray Woodward of E n te rp rise and
Rose H oosier an d A n n a H edrick R efvem ’s b ro th e r Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. D ouglas mo­ chased several hives of bees from Harold Woodward of H eppner sp en t
visited th e ir p a re n ts M onday. T hey
Mr. an d Mrs. Ted L au g h e ry of m er school a t th e E a ste rn Oregon
tored to Pilot Rock S a tu rd a y w h e re H erb ert Boylen Friday.
a week here w ith th e ir b ro th er Bob are both em ployed in P en d leto n .
P en d leto n v isited over th e week end N orm al, a f te r v isitin g sev eral days
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E velyn S ta rk w e a th e r re tu rn e d w ith Mr. L a u g h e ry ’s p are n ts, Mr. w ith h er p a re n ts, Mr. an d Mrs. B ert
an d Mrs. F red L au g h ery .
D exter.
home T uesday a f te r v isitin g a few
Mrs. Ila W allace, Mr. an d Mrs.
F ran ces B ray Is v isitin g h e r sis­
days w ith frie n d s in P en d leto n .
Bill M athes an d Mr. M athes’ fa th e r
L ittle D elores Connor is q u ite ill left for S e a ttle S a tu rd a y to be gone ter. Mrs. Jo h n D exter, in Spokane.
Joe M iller sp en t T h u rsd a y In T he
w ith pneum onia. Mrs. U. G. Ship- for a week.
T he B ridge club m et a t th e home Dalles.
ley w as called and rep o rts D elores
of Mrs. Bob S ta rk w e a th e r Tuesday.
Mrs. H a rrie t F ord left la st week
as im proved. D elores is th e d a u g h ­
Mrs. G. E. G reath o u se gave a six
te r of Mr. an d Mrs. C. D. C onnor of o’clock d in n e r W ednesday evening, for P o rtla n d w here she w ill a tte n d
e n te rta in in g th e T ally Ho Bridge sum m er school.
Pendleton.
R achel Sloan re tu rn e d hom e la st club. It w as also a b irth d a y p arty
M ildred Conlon re tu rn e d to h er
for G. E. G feath o u se an d Mrs. Dill
week from h er school.
hom e S atu rd ay from A shburg col­
Penney.
Mrs. H e rb e rt S u lliv an an d son of
Bud Isaacs le ft T uesday for his lege in K entucky, w h ere she a tte n d ­
R oseburg re tu rn e d hom e w ith her home in R ichm ond, K entucky.
ed school.
Mrs. V illerm o u re e n te rta in e d a t a
m other, M rs. C. J. B aker, who h as
B etty M cKenzie, E rm a B yrnes
b irth d a y d in n e r T uesday evening
been v isitin g h er d a u g h te r, and w ill for Dill Penney. T h ere w ere fo u r­ an d Glen O strom sp e n t S u n d ay in
th e Y akim a valley. W h ile in Y ak i­
v isit for tw o weeks.
teen guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe H ornsby, Mr. m a th ey v isited Mr. an d Mrs. Lloyd
M arie T horsen le ft M onday to r e ­
sum e h er stu d ies a t th e E a ste rn O re­ an d Mrs. C arl R hea, S ophronia R hea D eardroff, form er resid e n ts of U m a­
and Bud Issac sp en t th e week end
tilla .
Mr. an d Mrs. D eard ro ff are
gon N orm al in L a G rande.
Miss a t B ingham S prings.
C laudia G abriel le ft W ednesday an d
Mr. an d Mrs. A. M cA llister and le av in g th is week to v isit his p a r­
w ill also a tte n d sum m er school.
fam ily an d Mrs. D au g h te ry w ere e n ts in In d ian a.
F u n eral services w ere held Mon­
M ary Lee R h ea Is w o rk in g
in d in n e r g u ests of Mr. an d Mrs. M.
day aftern o o n for Mr. and Mrs. H en­
R efvem ’s sto re for a few days w hile Refvem Sunday.
Mrs. K en n eth
T ru m b u ll, Mrs. ry D exter and ch ild ren
K ath leen ,
Refvem s a re aw ay.
Loren K enison, Mrs. R ogers and
Mr. and Mrs. M. Refvem and sons Mrs. J. B ak er m otored to W allu la 21, and Jam es, 4, w ho w ere fa ta lly
Tom, Bob and Don, w ent to Spokane T h u rsd ay to a tte n d a show er for b u rn ed w hen th e ir ca r w ent over
S unday for a v acation,
r e tu rn in g Mrs. Ja ck S hum ate, who w ill be re ­ th e b ank as a tir e blew o u t, p u ttin g
m em bered as Alice D unn.
th e ca r o u t of control. I t plunged
T uesday evenihg.
Mr. an d Mrs. K ennison and Mrs.
Mr. an d Mrs. G ilb ert S m ith and S tella T ru m b u ll w ere P en d leto n v i­ in to a clum p of w illow s on Its top,
p in n in g its victim s in th e w reckage.
Mrs. P a u l Lee m otored to K en n e­ sito rs S atu rd ay .
Mr. and Mrs. K ennison w ent to One d a u g h te r, E velyn, 19, survives.
w ick Sunday.
Mrs. P aul W alsh and
ch ild ren
Mrs. D orothy
W allace re tu rn e d Pasco over th e holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. K en n eth T rum bull V erna Dale and M erlin P au l le ft for
home from E lgin a f te r v isitin g tw o sp en t th e holidays in Spokane.
w eeks w ith relativ es.
Mr. an d Mrs. H am m ond of S eattle th e ir home in T he D alles Monday
a f te r
sp e n d in g
threw
Mrs. Cloyd S tu rd iv a n t and d a u g h ­ stopped to v isit frie n d s T h u rsd ay afteunoon
te r of P o rtla n d a re v isitin g a t th e en ro u te to P o rtlan d . Mrs. Ham m ond weeks here v isitin g her p are n ts, Mr.
J. F. L an e home an d w ith Ila W a l­ w ill be rem em bered as Mabel Miller. an d Mrs. Jan ies Byrnes.
M arian S tu rd iv a n t spent a
few
D elbert V an Sehoiack re tu rn e d to
lace.
days v isitin g frie n d s in P endleton
his home M onday from S tiles w here
Mrs. Jo h n H all re tu rn e d
from la st week.
M ichigan th is w eek w h ere she h as
La V erne T h o rsen v isited h er sis- he has been em ployed.
been for some tim e.
Mrs. M endenhall fell an d broke
her w rist M onday.
WHEN YOU TELEPHONE FIRST
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. S tu a rt le ft
la st T h u rsd ay for St. P a u l, M inn.
FORD “6 0 ” OWNERS REPORT
They w ill stop a t O m aha, N ebr., an d
go from th e re to St. P au l. T h e ir
gran d so n S tu a rt K ern g ra d u a te s
22-27 MILES PER GALLON
from th e St. P aul M ilitary A cadem y
th e 1 4th of Ju n e , an d Mr. an d Mrs.
T he 60-horsepower F ord V -8 is writing remark­
S tu a rt w ill be presen t.
Mr. and
Mrs. S tu a rt expect to be aw ay ab o u t
able mileage records on Am erican roads. Private
six weeks, and w ill come hom e by
owners and fleet operators alike report averages
way of S eattle and P o rtla n d .
Mrs. Rice and Miss R ocksie T a ­
of from 22 to 27 m iles on a gallon of gasoline.
len t, fo rm er te ach ers h ere, v isited
T ou can fill the tank of your Ford “60” and
friends in S tan field la st week.
Mrs. M erle P helps an d
sm all
drive all day — 300 to 400 m iles — without stop­
d au g h te r of H erm iston v istled Mrs.
P h elp s’ d au g h te r, Mrs. C arl R hea,
ping again for fuel. B esides costing less to run
at Daarbora Factory.
Tuesday.
FORD
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than any Ford car ever built, it sells at the lowest
Transportation eharjtt,
Miss P a tric ia R ich ard s w ent to
PRICES
State and Federal t a e utra
The D alles W ednesday to ta k e p a rt
BEGIN
Ford price in years. That’s double econom y!
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in th e s ta te G range program .
Thin price is for the 60-bor»cpower Coupe, illus­
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Phone 5 7 1 ^ ................................
(H eld from la st w eek)
Mr. an d Mrs. P au l Lee and son
m otored to S unnyside, Wn, to v isit
Mr. L ee's p aren ts, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Beebe an d fam ­
ily moved in to th e house fo rm erly
occupied by S herm an C hapin, S a t­
urday.
T h ere a re th irty -se v en
ch ild ren
atte n d in g Bible school a t th e P re s­
b y terian ch u rch th is week.
Mrs. T horsen and C onnie w ent to
The D alles F rid ay
to
g et
Miss
Blanche T horsen whose school was
out la st week.
Tom Gibson of H illsboro is w o rk ­
ing a t R efvem ’s sto re now.
Mrs. B ak er of M ilw aukee and Mr.
and Mrs. A1 Berule of P o rtlan d visi­
ted over th e holidays w ith Mr. and
Mrs. G. E. G reathouse.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. W illiam s o f
By telephoning ahead, before traveling—
T h a t accom m odations are w a ilin g , o f a k in d
and at a p rice th a t m eet y o u r wishes.
T h a t the friend s you look fo rw ard to seeing
are expectin g you and w ill be on hand.
And by telephoning home, while traveling—
T h a t those you le ft a t hom e are w e ll; that
m atters o f im p o rtan ce are going rig h t.
T h a t you are sharing y o u r pleasure day by
day w ith thoae you le ft behind.
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