The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, April 28, 1938, Page 4, Image 4

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    THE HERMISTON HERALD. HERMISTON, OREGON.
PAGE F O î'i
Local Happenings
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. D yer were
and Sun­ P endleton v isito rs S aturday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Douglas visi­
her bro­
Mrs. Les­ ted frien d s in H erm iston last S un­
day.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Doyle of P ly­
m outh, W n„ spent the week end a t
the home of th e ir son and fam ily,
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Doyle.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. R ohrm an and
son C harles were business visitors
P o rtlan d over th e week end.
HERMISTON, OREGON in Miss
D orothy G riffin an d M arian
Pierce m otored to P endleton Mon­
day evening on business.
Friday * Saturday
I. A. W itte n , form er H erm iston
resid en t, now <if K irk lan d , was a
APRIL 29 - 30
v isito r here early th is week.
F a rm e re tte — Sanforized an d lock
DOUBLE FEATURE!
zippers; a t Ruby McM illans.
adv
Geo. Cam pbell of W eston visited
S unday w ith his sister and fam ily,
Mr. and Mrs. Gwyn H ughes.
Mr. and Mrs. F red H ensel. Miss
J u n e R ichards and J e rry Casseday
Exciting os Broadway itielf
m otored to B ingham S p rin g s S un­
. . . os teeming with drama
day w here th ey sp en t th e afternoon.
as its shadowy tide itreetil
S. A. A nderson J r., re tu rn e d the
firs t of th e week from P o rtlan d
w here he atten d ed the an n u a l ses­
sion of th e Oregon G rand Com mand-
ery, K n ig h ts T em plar, F rid a y and
S atu rd ay .
E lectricity w ill soon be av ailab le
tor th e farm homes. See W. D. D ry­
er, H erm iston, Im m ediately and have
your house w ired.
36-3tp
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. P ierce e n te r­
tained Sunday com plim enting th e ir
N EW SREEL— Modern Dixie
son Gene P ierce of La G rande on
his b irth d ay . Covers were placed for
Mr. and Mrs. Raym ond E llio tt and
Sun. - Mon. - Tues.
d au g h te r M arjorie and son Dick of
P endleton, Miss Ileen M anning of
MAY 1 - 2 - 3
P endleton, Miss D orothy G riffin and
M ATINEE 2:30 SUNDAY
M arian and S tan ley Pierce.
M other’s Day is May 8— Y ou’ll
find an asso rtm en t of gloves a t Ruby
SONJA HENIE
McMillans.
adv
Mr. and Mrs. O. O.
spent S atu rd ay aftern o o n
day in L aG rande visiting;
th e r and fam ily, Mr. and
lie Sinden.
F elthouse
OASIS THEATRE
WALKING DOWN
BROADWAY'
DON AMECHE
HAPPY LARDING
She’s the w ords to th e m usic in
Don’s h e a rt . . .and the ra d ia n t
queen of a world of dream s come
true.
MARCH OB’ TIME
CARTOON— Billy G oat W hiskers
Mammoth Bronze
Turkey Poults
E. W. Wood, who recen tly bought
th e F ra n k Otto place tw o m iles
southw est of B oardm an, was a bus­
iness v isito r in tow n Tuesday. He
form erly m ade his home a t C astle
Rock, Wn.
Mrs. Floyd O 'K elley and tw o
sons Dick and Bob. and th re e weeks
old d a u g h te r Jo an n e, are v isitin g a t
th e home of her p aren ts, Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. W rig h t. They expect to
re tu rn to th e ir home in W enatchee
next Sunday.
T he Misses Thelm a and M iriam
S w arner. Miss M arie Skovbo and E r-
mol S ater m otored to P o rtlan d last
week w here th ey visited relatives.
T hey retu rn ed Sbnday afternoon.
The S w arners visited th e ir sister,
Mrs. Rom ar Stein, and Miss Skovbo
visited her au n t.
Mrs. J. G. P earson, who has been
a t T illam ook, Ore., v isitin g her
d a u g h te r and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. McKenzie, w hile rec u p eratin g
from a m ajor o peration, retu rn ed
home Monday of la st week. She was
accom panied by h er d a u g h te r and
two children who w ill m ake a sh o rt
visit here.
Mrs. Rena W aterm an
retu rn ed
M onday from a ten day trip to
Baker, P ra irie City and Jo h n Day
w here she visited relatives. She was
accom panied by her niece. Mrs. Rob­
e rt Thomas, of S o u th ern
Cross,
M ontana. Each w ent to th e ir sepa­
ra te homes from Baker.
G lenn W arn er was surp rised S u n ­
day w hen a group of young people
arriv ed a t the home of his paren ts.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W arner, to celebrate
his b irth d ay . T he aftern o o n was
sp en t playing gam es follow ing a
buffet luncheon. Among those pres­
en t were D onna Saylor, Myra and
N orm a G etchell, Jesse Moore, Cecil
W arn er J r., H arold and R alp h Neill,
Opal Stockard, P au lin e Stoop, V iv­
ian Dyer, Gladys Elwood, Mrs. W.
D. Neill, P atsy
W arn er, E th e l
C larke, A lta Byrnice B arlow , Mary
Alice Corpe. B etty an n e M orehouse,
Allen C larke and M aribelle C larke.
A group of young people from
H erm iston m otored to P endleton
last week to a tte n d a pre-con­
vention rally sponsored by Colum­
bia C h ristia n E ndeavor Union of
w hich Cecil W arn er Jr. is president.
Among those atte n d in g w ere H arold
Neill, Bill H arris, K enneth C lark,
B etty M orehouse, P au lin e Stoop, Mr.
and Mrs. Cecil W a rn er Sr., G lenn
W arner, P atsy W arn er, Opal S tock­
ard, Allen Clarke, Jesse Moore, N ina
Rae McCulley, D onald DeMoss, T h el­
ma S w arner, R alph Neill and Eldon
Saylor.
A reunion of relativ es w as en ­
joyed last week end a t th e home of
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. C lark, so u th east
of town. Mrs. C lark ’s p aren ts, Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. L indley, and h er sis­
ter and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. L ester
Stoop and two d au g h ters. L inda and
Donna, of E n terp rise, and
her
d au g h ter and fam ily of The Dalles,
Mr. and Mrs. Don Jackson an d son
Clark, w ere am ong those present.
G uests were Mr. L indley's b ro th er
and wife. Mr. an d Mrs. L. T. L in d ­
ley. C larkston, W n., an d two cous­
ins and th e ir fam ilies, Mr. and Mrs.
U. B. L indley and son Ted of L ew is­
ton, Idaho, and Mr. and Mrs. Jam es
Je n n in g s of F reew ater. A sum ptous
d in n e r was served Sunday noon a t
w hich Miss P au lin e Stoop of H er­
m iston was also p resent.
Mr. and Mrs. V ern H ull of S eattle
visited a t th e home of his b ro th er
H arry H ull T h u rsd ay and F riday,
leaving for th e ir
home S atu rd ay
m orning. T he H ulls have been on
a vacation.
F our g irls and th e ir advisor left
F rid ay
aftern o o n
for P endleton
w here they atten d ed a m eeting of
the T ri-S tate G irls' League. Those
going were M argie M ustard. C a th ­
e rin e K ennedy. Delores V an Scho-
iack an d P atsy Cooney, and Miss
C lara C orrigan.
T he m usical given by th e Ladies
Aid F rid ay evening drew a larg*e
crowd. Those ta k in g p a rt were:
In stru m en tal. F ran ces C hapm an, ac­
com panist, A fton M cF arlan d ;
In ­
ventor. Raym ond M cNabb; Singers,
Ursel H ia tt, R obert W alpole, N or­
man W orthley, Gene H ia tt, Je an n e
W orthley, Jessie Lou Miller, Cecilia
Beyler, Bernice Bram er,
E rm a
Byrnes and P ete C astric; Sw eet­
h ea rt of Sigma
Chi.
M argaret
Brow n; L ittle D utch G irl, E rm a
Byrnes; Bicycle B u ilt for Two,
Louise Jack so n ;
Sweet Genevieve,
M yrtle S h arp e; A nnie L aurie, Jean
McKenzie; Man on th e F ly in g T ra ­
peze, Pete C astric; Color T ap Danc­
er, Joe T ucker;
M other M achree,
Mrs. Jo h n W u rste r; S m iling T h ru ,
Veta M oran.
Those h elp in g were
A nnie McNabb, Ben Ju d ay ,
Ray­
mond La Chance, and Mrs. Jam es
Byrnes.
Mr. and Mrs. G eorge K endler Sr.
and M ary, and Mrs. George K endler
Jr. sp en t S atu rd ay in P endleton.
Mrs. Nick B arbouletos and H elen,
Bessie, H arry and George sp en t F r i­
day and S atu rd ay in P o rtlan d .
Pete George of H oldm an visited
a t th e Nick B arbouletos home S u n ­
day.
Jo h n Quick, who has been receiv­
ing m edical care in La G rande, lg
v isitin g his fam ily here.
Miss B etty McKenzie, w ho is a
stu d e n t nurse a t P endleton visited
Monday a t th e home of h er parents.
Mrs. P aul W alsh and ch ild ren
V erna Dale and M erlin P au l of The
Dalles spent Monday aftern o o n v isit­
ing h er p aren ts, Mr. and Mrs.
Jam es Byrnes and fam ily.
Mrs. D. R. Brow nell of P o rtlan d
visited here Monday.
❖ ❖
PETER
LORRE
MR.M0T0S
GAMBLE
Hein’s Hatchery
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•; Rock Bottom Prices on all Groceries!
5 5 c S:
$ 5 .2 9
10
100
M ACARONI
FLO UR
IRRIGON
FL O U R
49
4
PR U N E S
2
M arshm allow s
peas _ _ _ _
MILK
CANS
“ X
CORK FLAKES
ALBERS
COMPOSITION
HOOK FREE.
19c ö
5 For 25C
2 9 c \\
S A L A D OIL
GRAHAM
CRACK ERS 2 S S 2 3 c 2 LB. BOX 2 8 c h
QUART
B ring C ontainer
VAHILLA
PARING K N IFE FREE
(Only a Pew Ix>ft)
Phone 301
FULL
PIN T
49C
WE DELIVER ORDERS IN REASON
WE RESERVE RIGHT
TO L IM IT “
Connor’s Cash Store
HERMISTON, ORE.
g
g STRING BEANS -
NOW !
g CRESCENT CORN STARCH...................................... 3 for
g CRESCENT BAKING POWDER .............................. 1 lb.
g B0RENE BAR SOAP - For Hard Water ............ 3 for
g SHORTEN IN G ...................................................... 4 lb. pkg.
—
SEE US ABOUT MARKETING
* M anure left in the barnyard
eeep. .w a y , losea much of its value.
Prevent t h i . and build up your
eoil by regular application, of
manure
The M c C O R M IC K - D E E R IN G
A L L -S T E E L M A N U R E
S P R F A D E R soon p ay. for itself
many tim e, over ii
get bigger yield*
EARLY
POTATOES
—
PHONE 401
Try Our
Frosted Malted Milks
“THE DRINK YOU EAT WITH A SPOON.”
IO C
♦
A GLASS
2 5 C A QUAKT
Thompson's Drug Store
The REXALL Store
HERMISTON, OREGON
SflFEUfAV
MOHEY-SAV/N& ¿ A S # 6ÀO C EP
E dw ards
Ore.
G arden
Peas
Flour
Vacuum
Packed
2 lb.
45*
Tin
S tan d ard
P ack
Best Home
Type
3 2 No’
25 d
tin s
JELL WELL
NOODLES
Made w ith fresh eggs
CORN FLAKES
A lbers
POTOTOES
F irm - Local
F u ll Cream
Seedless
MILK
F ederal or Maximum
PEACHES
Syrup Packed
MARSHMALLOWS
F lu ffiest
RED SALMON
Best G rade
CRYSTAL WHITE
W h ite N aptha
TEA
O range Pekoe
TAPIOCA
F re n c h ’s H asty
L ife Buoy
Nob H ill
Brown
Coffee
Sugar
39*
Best
43 lb.
sack
Q uality
Brooms
5 1 .49
Each
39*
*
15
Large 14 oz. pkg. 15
Package 5
25 lb. bag 39,
Per lb. J 9
Lb. Pkg. J
3 No. 1 tins 1*
3 No. 2* tins 49
Lb. Pkg. Jÿ
1 Lb. Tin J 9
6 bars 35,
Lb. pkg. 55,
3 Pkgs. XJ,
3 bars 1*
4 pkgs.
Cube Flavored
Top G rade
»...
K itchen C raft
Coffee
2 lbs.
t o Bigger Y ie ld s
25^
10c
25c
19*
] 4*
45<
PURE CANE SUGAR
1 00$5-40 2 5 $ 1 .4 1 10LI" 57«
The McCORMICK-DEERING
Paves th e W a y
2(4 t i n s ............. 2 tor
g SARDINES > Tomato or Mustard ........ Large Oval can
SOAP
A ll-S teel Spreader
9*
Roycroft .............................. No. 2 tin s
g SAUER KRAUT - Wadham's No.
RAISINS
i5 c
10c-12 - $1.05
CORN
|
HAS INSTALLED
25c
34c f
M A Y O N N A ISE
SHRIM P
g
CHEESE
A ssortm en t o f
Brake Linings.
$ 1 .3 9 I
25c I
74*
WALLA WALLA TOMATO JUICE - No. 2 tins .... 3 for 25*
JELL WELL — ........................................................ 6 for 25*
POST TOASTIES .............................................. 13 oz. pkg. 10c
g STALEY’S SYRUP ..................... - ................... 10 lb. pail
CONNOR'S
REPAIR SHOP
N ew Brake Lining
E quipm ent
4
25c o
4 9 lb3- $ 1 .0 9 j
FRIDAY - SATURDAY - MONDAY
By MRS. W. C. ISOM
RELATIVE UMATILLA
WOMAN PASSES
EXTRA!
Hermiston Mercantile Cooperative
❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ <•
Mrs. Asa S carle tt of U m atilla is
stay in g w ith her sister, Mrs. Sud-
d a rth and assistin g in th e h atchery.
WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Sm ith and
Mrs. Tom Caldw ell made a business
MAY 4 - 5
trip to Ione S aturday.
Mrs. S tella Poulson is v isitin g her
WEDNESDAY SPECIAL NIGHT
m other a t W allow a.
The crim e-detecting cham pion of
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Isom visited
fiction and film faces his most
a t th e A. E. Bensel home n ear H er­
—
Highest
Quality
Stock
—
baffling m urder mystery.
m iston Sunday.
Jack M cFall and W ard McCoy
ABSOLUTELY F R E E OF
of Im bler m otored to Irrig o n last
S atu rd ay to visit th e ir g ran d m o th er
NAVEL INFECTION. NO
Mrs. J. A. G raybeal.
BUTTON BIRDS. SATIS­
Mrs. Lyle Eddy e n tertain ed the
FACTION GUARANTEED.
Pep club members a t h er home W ed­
nesday afternoon.
Mrs. F ra n k L eicht is q u ite ill
KEVE LUKE ■ DICK BALDWIN • LYNN BARI.
w ith a severe cold.
Mrs. Stevens and fam ily were
gu ests at th e home of Mrs. H ugh
COM EDY- WHO’S WHO
Grimm Sunday. Several of Mrs.
MILWAUKIE, OREGON
G rim m ’s children w ere also d in n er
NOT SO DUMB
guests honoring
th e ir
m o th er’s
b irth d ay .
Mr. and Mrs. E arl Isom and
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
d a u g h te r Donna, V onna Jones and
E arl Leach visited Mr. and
Mrs.
Mac G raybeal a t U m atilla Sunday.
UMATILLA
NEW S— W ord
was
A. E. M cFarland e n tertain ed
received here la st week by Mrs. th e Mrs.
Home Ec club a t h er home in
Scott Brown of th e sudden d eath of U
m atilla T hursday.
her b ro th er, O tto Schoeder, who
passed aw ay at a m ine near Boise,
Idaho. Schoeder has sp en t much of
his tim e here in U m atilla and will
be well rem em bered. Mr. an d Mrs.
< I
< >
Brown and son V ivian left W ednes­
day m orning for Boise.
Mrs. H arvey C arlyle
has been
q u ite ill a t her home for several
days.
C lifford R oberts has been v isitin g
LBS.
his siste r and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs.
C. & H. CANE
Lloyd H arrym an.
LBS.
Mrs. Ollie P eterso n was hostess to
the 50o club m em bers and th e ir
husbands a t h er home W ednesday
evening.
Mr. an d Mrs. W. O. M iller re­
HARDW HEAT
LBS.
tu rn ed home la st K uesday from
Cam as w here they atten d ed th e ir
double golden w edding w ith his bro­
ALL PURPOSE
AND AN
th e r Jo h n and wife.
Rev. H. B. T hom as spent several
days last week a t th e P resbytery In
HARDWHEAT PATENT
LBS.
Baker.
P re p a ra tio n s a re being m ade foo
an open house F riday, A pril 29, at
LBS.
OREGON ITALIANS
th e school house by th e high school
and grades, and th e ir teachers.
Mr. an d Mrs. Floyd H ull of Pom­
HAVE YOUR BRAKES
LB. PKG.
FLU FFIEST
eroy visited W ednesday a t the home
of hie b ro th e r and wife. Mr. and
RELINED
Mrs. H ary H ull, en ro u te to th e ir
QUART JA R
home in Pomeroy.
PHONE 53-W
Miss M innie H u n tin g of S tanfield
spent th e week end v isitin g a t th e
DRY PACK
home of her uncle an d a u n t. Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. McFarland.
5000 Hatching
Weekly
THURSDAY, A TRIL 28. 1938.
Q u ality
19^
3 lbs.
SUPURB
Soap
P len ty Sudsy
ReR.
19*
Silk
Tissue
rolls I f b
3
Pkg.
W h a t Y ou G e t in a
McCORMICK DEERMG Spreader
• S tro n g , la rg e -c a p a c ity ,
boa
• P leasure lu b ric a tio n system
• E ig h t ro lle r b earing s
• F iv e s preadin g apaa d a
• N o n -w ra p p in g ,
b ee ta r
• S p ik e -to o th lo w e r
Oregon H ardw are &
Implement Co.
HERMISTON, OREGON
GUARANTEED MEATS
LARD
Friday & Saturday Only
4 lb. carton
Cello W ra p t
„
FRANKFURTERS
T he Kind You Like
BACON
Top G rade
HAM
A rm ours - Skinned
39c
2 lbs. 35c
Per lb. X9c
Per lb.