The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, April 21, 1938, Page 2, Image 2

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    THURSDAY. APRIL 21, 1988.
THE HERMISTON HERALD, HERMISTON, OREGON.
PAGE TWO
FULL GOSPEL MISSION
Rebecca P ierson; Church pastor, R.
B ible school su p erin ten d en t Chas.
R. F ln kbelner.
A. B. Turner, P astor
D u vall: P resid en t, C. E ., C atherine
M cM ullen:
P resident L adies Aid
P u b lish ed every T hursday a t Hermla-
Sunday
sch ool a t 1 0 :0 0 A. SI.
CHURCH OF CHRI8T
ton, U m atilla C ounty, Oregon, by
Mrs. C. W arner; P resid en t M ission­
Mrs. H oward M ontgom ery, Supt.
C olum bia School
P a u lin e M. Stoop and A lfred Q ulring,
ary S ociety, Mrs. C. R. Moore.
M orning w orship a t 1 1 :0 0 o’clock.
P u b lish ers.
1 1 :0 0 A. M., D evotion al service
Choir p ractice w ill be held S a t­
C hildren’s serv ices a t the parson­
and
com
m
union.
urday
n
ig
h
t
at
the
home
of
Mr.
an<I
■ n tered as Second Class Matter
1 0 :0 0 A. M. B ible school.
Mrs. R. H. Stockard in Columbia age at 1 1 :0 0 , Mrs. T urner in charge.
Decem ber, 19 0 8 , U m a tilla County,
E v a n g elistic service in th e eve­
O r e g o n . ___________________ ____
d istrict. Those in terested in go in g
n
in
g r t 7 :4 5 P. M.
w ill m eet a t th e church a t 7 :3 0 p.
HERMISTON BAPTIST CHURCH
S u bscription R ates.
B ible Study Friday a t 7:45 P. M.
m.
Theodore A. L eger, P astor.
One Y ear ....................................... 82.00
Communion and m issionary
ser­
“To him th a t overcom eth w ill I
Six M onths .................................... 1.00
vice the first
Sunday
ot
every
Three M onths .............:......................... 80 g iv e to eat of the tree of life, w hich
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES m onth.
is in th e m idst of th e paradise of
DOCTRINE of A tonem ent” w as
M em ber
God.’’ Rev. 2 :7 .
‘^ P u b l í á ^ r s
the subject of the Lesson-
Catholic Priest Pens
Oregon Newspaper
1 0 .0 0 A. M., church sch ool w ith
Sermon In all Churches of Christ,
S s s o c ia U o ^ ^ g )
Navajo Native Language
Scientist, on Sunday, April 17.
classes organized for all.
Gallup, N. M.—It has taken 37
The Golden Text was, "I and
1 1 :0 0 A. M., m orning w orship
years and the job isn’t complete,
my Father are on e” (John 1 0 :3 0 ).
hour. Serm on: “Our P riv lled g es and
but Rev. Fr. Berard Haile, of St.
Among the citations which com­
R esp o n sib ilities.’’
Michaels, Ariz., is giving the Nava­
prised the Lesson-Sermon w as the
7 :0 0 P. M., Y oung people’s service
jo Indian a written language.
follow in g from the Bible: “And be
The Catholic priest, a leading au­
not conform ed to this world: but
»
CHURCH NOTES
♦ conducted by M iss Mary Burnham .
8 :0 0 P. M„ E v en in g w orsh ip and
thority on the Navajo tongue, has
be ye transformed by the renewing
• ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ '♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ *
just completed the second Navajo-
song service. Serm on: “T he M essage
of your mind, that ye may prove
SEVENTH DAY A DV EN TIST
English catechism to be published.
to
S
m
yrn
a.”
w
hat
Is
that
good,
and
acceptable,
CHURCH.
He
hopes it may enable a few more
and
perfect,
w
ill
of
God”
(Rom
.
The an n u al b u sin ess m eetin g of
A. T. K in gsb u ry, Elder
Navajos to learn to read and write
1 2 :2 ).
Sabbath school a t 1 0 :0 0 A. M. the church w ill be held W ednesday,
their native language.
The Lesson-Sermon also Includ­
Mrs. J. O. Gray, su p erin ten d en t.
April 27, in th e fo llo w in g order.
Father Berard was assigned to
P reach in g serv ice at 1 1 :0 0 A. M. F ello w sh ip supper in the basem ent
ed the follow ing correlative pass­
Indian
territory in 1900. The St.
ages from the Christian Science
Michaels mission had been estab­
at 6 :3 0 , roll ca ll,
d evotion s
and
METHODIST CHURCH
textbook, “ S c ie n c e and Health
lished only two years and priests
program and business.
R. R. F ln k b eln er, P astor
w ith Key to the Scriptures” by
and nuns were attempting to fa­
Sunday sch ool 1 0 :0 0 A. M. J u n ­
Mary Baker Eddy: “ Dost thou
miliarize themselves with Navajo
HERMISTON UNION CHURCH
ior church 1 1 :0 0 , and m orning wor­
’love th e Lord thy God with all
phonetics.
sh ip a t 1 1 :0 0 . E pw orth L eague at
C. W arner, Pastor.
thy heart, and with all thy soul,
6 :3 0 P. M. and e v en in g praise and
B ible school 1 0 :0 0 A. M.
and w ith all thy mind’? This com­
p reach in g service at 7 :3 0 o ’clock.
W orship serv ice 1 1 :0 0 A. M.
mand Includes much, even the sur­
L ad les’ Aid every fir st and third
7 :0 0 P. M., C h ristian E ndeavor.
render o f all merely, m aterial sen­
W ednesday.
M idweek
song
and
8 :0 0 P. M., Church services.
p reach in g service on T hursday
at
sation, affection, and w o r s h ip .
Midweek prayer and B ible study,
7 :3 0 P. M. B ible school Saturday,
T his is the El Dorado of Christian­
1— Tuberculosis
was known
W ednesday, 7 :3 0 P. M.
2 :0 0 P. M.
ity. It involves the Science of Life,
3,000 years B. C. to the
Ju n ior
church
su p erin ten d en t,
L adies Aid each W ednesday 2 :0 0
and recognizes only the divine con­
ancient Greeks as Phthisis,
L ois H u tch ison : L ad ies’ Aid p resi­
P. M.
trol of Spirit, in which Soul is our
a wasting disease?
d en t.
Emma
F elth o u se;
Sunday
m
aster,
and
material
sense
and
M issionary m eetin g, second W ed ­
school su p erin ten d en t,
Opal R a in ­
2— Dr. Rene Laenuec, a young
human w ill have no place” (p. 9 ).
w ater:
E pw orth L eague president. nesday of each m onth.
French physician, discov­
ered the stethoscope In
1819?
3— Robert Koch’s discovery of
the tuberculosis germ in
1882 stands as one of the
greatest scientific achieve­
ments of all time?
4— The National Tuberculosis
Association was organized in
1904, when there were only a
half-dozen organized tuber­
culosis associations? Now
there are 2,000 state, county
and city associations through­
out the United States sup­
ported chiefly by the Income
from Christmas Seals?
6— An important accessory In
modern tuberculosis diag­
nosis is the X-ray? It was
discovered by Wilhelm Kon­
rad Roentgen in 1895.
<—The tuberculin test as a
The whole family is assem bled at the surprise birthday dinner which D edee Abot prepares
means of detecting tubercu­
for Mike Anders in "Star in My Kitchen-" These people will provide many interesting
lous Infection was devised by
Clemens von Plrquet In 1907,
moments for the visitors at our cooking sdhooL
and the Mantoux or In­
tradermal test was devised
In the same year?
7— The first free tuberculosis
hospital was founded In Bos-
• ton in 1857; the first clinic
for the tuberculous poor in
New York City in 1894; the
first state tuberculosis sana­
torium at Rutland, Massa­
chusetts, In 1S98?
8— The first Christmas Seal
Sale In the United States
was held in Wilmington,
Delaware, in 1907?
(Half Pint Free)
Pints
9— The first educational pam­
phlet for non-medical read­
ers was written and pub­
lished in 1889 by Dr. Her­
mann M. Biggs, Commis­
Glass Cleaner - 6 oz.
sioner of Health, New York
City?
Glass Sprayers
10— Dr. Edward L. Trudeau In­
augurated modern sanatori­
um treatment of tuberculosis
in the United States at Sara­
nac Lake In 1885?
2Vjt Lbs.
Bowl & Drain Cleaner
11— The first voluntary associa­
Bleaching Liquid
tion to fight tuberculosis was
Parson’s - Pints
H gal.
F
organized In Pennsylvania
in 1S92 by Dr. Lawrence F.
Flick?
Mrs. Stewarts
IS— In 1859, Dr. Hermann Brem­
er. a German physician,
Red & White
opened a sanatorium for tu­
berculous people In the
(APRON FREE)
Black Forest in southern
Blue & White
Germany? This is credited
as being tbe first successful
tuberculosis sanatorium In
the world.
13—In 1900, out of every 100,000
Pkg. of 18
people living 200 died of tu­
berculosis In the U n i t e d
States every year? This year
about 50 will die In the same
number of people.
Œhr Wrraitatoti Arraló
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Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Herald Cooking School - M ay 9 - 1 0
Sunday Morning is
Pancake Morning
Radishes & Green Onions
2 bunches 5c
Rhubarb
. 3 lbs. 13c
April 22-23-25.
JOHNSONS GLO-COAT
Cleanser Red & white 2 for
Old Dutch 2 for i5c 4 for
Mop Sticks
Sal Soda
A. & H. -
Am m onia
Bluing
Clean All
Laborlite
2 lbs.
9c
29c
15c
lie
15c
17c
50c
45c
59c
]70
160
170
¿30
PUREX
980
890
SPRING CLOTHES PINS
COFFEE
MART
2 lbs.
Grahams or Soda
37c
Mayonnaise
HAM PANCAKES
And to satisfy that “meat for breakfast”
hunger there’s nothing better than Ham
2 lbs.
Red & White
Spotlight
Biscuit Flour
45c Salad Dressing
E arly R iser
2 lbs.
IO C
• For millions of families Sunday morn­
ing means more than getting an extra
wink of sleep. It means they will awake
to the tantalizing aroma of pancakes
baking on the griddle.
And when those pancakes come “hot
off the griddle” the meal maker can be
sure they’ll be tender, fluffy and flavory.
Because modern day pancake ready-mix
takes the guesswork out of pancake mak­
ing. According to directions on the
Annt Jemima package you just add
milk or water—stir—bake—and serve.
These modern pancakes do away with
all the fuss and bothersome ingredients,
bnt they still have that good old fash­
ioned tastiness.
Sunspnn - Quart
Red & White - Quart
20c
39c
45c
Bacon lb. 50c
Free Delivery
Phone 341
Prompt, Courteons Service
Your Friendly Home Owned Store
t h e
R E D & W H IT E
The Sign of a Dependable Store
STORES
1 c u p A u n t J e m im a P a n c a k e R e a d y -M ix
1)4 cupa w a te r, o r m ilk
H cu p b a k e d ham , m in ced
Mix and bake according to package di­
rections. This recipe makes eight cakes.
CREPE PANCAKES
Crepe Pancakes are surprisingly good
and always call for an encore. If you
like them French style and tissue thin,
tip the pan as you add the batter so as
to produce the thinnest possible coating
over the bottom of the pan. Then bake
to a golden brown. The following in­
gredients will make ten or twelve cakes:
1 c u p A u n t J e m im a P a n c a k e R e a d y -M ix
1 f t cup« m ilk
Mix and bake according to general di­
rections and serve rolled, either plain or
with a powdered sugar and jelly filling.
Hermiston M ercantile Cooperative
FRIDAY - SATURDAY - MONDAY
STOP and
INSPECT
We know you will want to in­
spect onr better Used Cars —
STOP IN AND SEE THEM!
FORDSON TRACTOR
— In Good C ondition.
FORD V-8 TRUCK
PURE CANE SUGAR
loolbs $5.40 25 8 $1.41 ioLbs 57c
1931 CHEV. COUPE
1929 FORD PICK-UP
1929 CHEV. COACH
1930 STUDEBAKER
COUPE
1931 FORD MODEL A
TRUCK
HERMISTON
AUTO WRECKING
HOUSE
59^
BORENE - Large Packages ...............................
2 for
CRESCENT BAKING POWDER
1 Lb. 1 9 i ;
.......- ..........
150
CO-OP BROOMS - 4 DIFFERENT GRADES
PEAS - F>«vor Crest ...........- .............- ................. 3 for 290
CORN - Golden Brand ...........................— ........ Each
9^
Large Cans
OYSTERS - W illapa Brand
— Long W heel Base.
HERMISTON TRADING CO.
Pancakes made from the following in­
gredients :
,2
•
TOMATOES - Highway Brand
•
STRING BEANS - Roycroft Brand
STUFFED OLIVES
- - - - - — -----------------
for
3 for
- .
9 lb. bag
CORN MEAT. - W hite or Yellow
290
..............
2 b ottles w ith Salad Pork
490
SEE US ABOUT MARKETING
EARLY
PHONE 401
4
100
29^
lb. pkg.
RAISINS ..................... .........................................
.
100
. . 1 3 01. pkg.
PUFFED WHEAT ......................................—-
(JEPTO
270
250
210
Large Bottle
CREAM OF WHEAT ......................... .............
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POTATOES
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