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    THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1938.
THE HERMISTON HERALD, HERMISTON, OREGON.
PAGE SIX
.400; L. H unt .368; T. Lotspeich J. Knox 273; H. N eill .250; D. P a n ­
.320; S. R ankin .300; J. K err .280; kow .250.
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HERMISTON, OREGON
F r id a y - S a tu rd a y
MAY 20 - 21
DOUBLE FEATURE!
"BULLDOG
, DRUMMONDS PERILX
..
with JOHN BARRYMORE
LOUISE CAMPBELL
VAOiO
Starring
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PLUS SHORTS
Sun. - Mon. - Tue*.
MAY 22 - 23 - 24
Continuous Show Sunday.
Local Happenings
Mrs. Ina W essell is receiving med­
ical tre a tm e n t in th e H erm iston
G eneral hospital and is reported as
im proving.
Mrs. Don H arry m an an d tw in
d au g h ters Theda Ileen and P hyllis
A rleen left th e H erm iston G eneral
hospital T h u rsd ay for th e ir home in
U m atilla.
E arl W atson is a t home w ith a
badly infected hand.
All sp rin g h a ts reduced 25c to
50c a t B rierley ’s.
adv
Mrs. Mabel Ralph and d au g h ter
H elen, V irginia W ells, S tu a rt R an ­
kin an d G erald K eller m otored to
P o rtlan d la st Sunday, re tu rn in g
Monday n ig h t.
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Vaux of Seat­
tle a re house guests of Mrs. V aux’
b ro th er an d fam ily, Mr. an d Mrs.
H. K. Dean.
Joe Byers of Irrig o n , w ho su ffe r­
ed in ju rie s in an accident la st S at­
u rd ay n ig h t, is receiving tre a tm e n t
in th e H erm iston G eneral hospital
and is g e ttin g along as w ell as can
be expected.
C aptain F. I. H am m an of Casper,
W yom ing, visited S atu rd ay nig h t
and p a rt of Sunday w ith h is uncle,
J. W. H am m an. C aptain H am m an
is d airy and food .inspector and dis­
tric t v e te rin a ria n of five of the
m iddlew est states. Mrs. D. F. Mc-
G real, a sister of Capt. H am m an,
also visited a t the H am m an home
and is rem ain in g for th e week.
r»tsenrs
‘ MERLE OBERON
in technicolor
CONNOR’S
REPAIR SHOP
Short Musical and Comedy.
WEDNESDAY - TKUR8DAY
SPECIAL!
MAY 25 - 26
For Lim ited Time
WEDNESDAY SPECIAL NIGHT
6^
OMMfCf
GtAOYS SWARTHDUT
JOHN BOIES
JOHN BARRYMORE
Complete
Brake
Adjustment
75*
The screen's two gayest Romeos
in love w ith A m erica’s sw eet­
h e a rt of song!
in the g randest
screen m usical of the year!
ANY MAKE CAR
PHONE 53-W
PLUS SHORT FEATURES
Hermiston Mercantile Cooperative
Special* for FRI. - SAT. & MON.
» 100 Lb*. PURE CANE SU G A R .......... $5-40
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SPRY - An all veg. shortening........3 lbs.
59*
CRESCENT BAKING POWDER .... 1 lb.
» C O CO A.......................................... 2 lb. tin
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MILK - Rose B rand................. . 3 tall tins XOF
P MEAT LOAF ..........................7 1/» oz. tin
P
p TOMATOES ......................... No. 2y2 tins
XJ*
TOMATO JU IC E .............. 4 reg. size tins 23<
KERR’S APPLE B U TT ER .............. 2 for X5<
P PEAS - Yellow Bowl Brand - 2 No. 2 tins
P
P
P KELLOGG’S CORN FLA K ES........3 for
P KRAFT DINNER............................ 1 for
f
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P FLAVOR AID .................................. 6 for f 00
p MARSHMALLOWS - F lu ffiest...... 1 lb. f g f
p PUFFED W H E A T .........................
3 for
PHONE 401
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GENUINE
IHC REPAIRS“
FIT EXACTLY
WEAK BETTER
VAST LONGER-
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Oregon H a rd w a re &
Im plem ent Co.
HERMISTON, OREGON
Mrs. B arb ara Stevens of W eiser,
Idaho, arriv ed unexpectedly Sunday
to spend two or th re e weeks w ith
h er d au g h ter, Mrs. O. O. F elthouse.
She came as far as H erm iston w ith
friends who w ere going to P o rtlan d .
Ideal g rad u atio n g ifts— S heer 2-
th read silk hose, SL25, S I.00, 89c;
o u tstan d in g styles in costum e jew el­
ry ; h andkerchiefs, gloves, lingerie,
a t R uby McMillans.
adv
Mr. an d Mrs. Bob McLough a n ­
nounce th e b irth of a -d a u g h te r
w eighing seven and o ne-half poundq
a t th e home of Mrs. H ow ard M ont­
gom ery, early Tuesday m orning,
She has been nam ed R oberta Ann
and is th e ir second child.
Mrs. R alph K rause and d au g h ter
Yvonne w ill spend a m onth in Y ak­
ima v isitin g h er p aren ts, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. M itchell. Mr. K rause
m otored to Y akim a w ith them S at­
urday.
Buy your M em orial day w eek end
food a t th e C h ristian E ndeavor
cooked food sale, S atu rd ay , May 28,
a t B u rn h am ’s store. Buy your h o li­
day food there. W hy cook!
adv.
Miss F lorence Udey, who is em ­
ployed by the W estern P in e Asso­
ciation in P o rtlan d , arriv ed in H er­
m iston S atu rd ay n ig h t an d will
spend two weeks w ith her p aren ts,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Udey, a t th e ir
home in C olum bia d istric t.
O. K. Mudge was taken to P o rt­
land la te F rid ay n ig h t follow ing a
severe h e a rt attac k . He en tered th e
hospital Sunday and is reported as
im proving. Mrs. Mudge retu rn ed
home Monday.
, Mr. and Mrs. M ervin E vans are
! now liv in g in th e C. E. B aker place
| and Mr. an d Mrs. E. E. R a in w ater
a re occupying th e K napp house
southw est of tow n. The R ain w ater
fam ily plans to move to W ashington
next week, n ear E v erett.
D eV ault W onder P eeler an d Slicer
in tro d u cto ry price, 29c, a t B rier-
ley’s.
adv
Mr. and Mrs. C. W a rn er w’ere ac­
com panied to P en d leto n T uesday by
Mrs. M ary Sowers, g ran d m o th er of
Billy Barlow who is convalescing in
St. A n th o n y ’s ho sp ital follow ing an
ap p en d icitis o peration, an d Carolyn
an d R obert Barlow.
W. T. H ibbard of E ugene visited
his son F. J. H ib b ard la st Sunday
w hile en ro u te to P endleton t> a t ­
tend th e an n u a l m eeting of the
g ran d lodges of Oregon I. O. O. F „
w hich opened Monday. He visited
here ag ain th e la tte r p a rt of thq
week before re tu rn in g home.
Dr. H. C. C urry, th e S eattle opto­
m e trist who makes professional vis­
its to H erm iston and is know n ton
good optical w ork a t reasonable pri
ces, w ill ag ain be a t th e H erm iston
H otel F rid ay , May 27, for one day
adv
Ben O’Conner and B. J. N ation
spent two days th is week in the John
Day co u n try d istrib u tin g window,
p lacards and o th e r ad v ertisin g ma
te rials for th e H erm iston Derby to
be held S atu rd ay and Sunday, May
28 and 29, on th e H erm iston fair
grounds.
David Nelson of P endleton was in
H erm iston early T uesday in the in
te re st of W illis Mahoney, dem ocra
tic can d id ate for U. S. Senator. Mr.
Nelson is a personal friend of Mr.
M ahoney and th e fa th e r of Miss Eva
Nelson, dem ocratic can d id ate foil
sta te rep rese n tativ e from th e 22nd
d istric t.
Alton K ingsbury and d au g h ter
Jean and Miss E lva Albee retu rn ed
Tuesday evening from a four day
business trip to P o rtlan d . Miss Al­
bee made her firs t trip to the coast
w hile in P o rtlan d . She plans to re ­
tu rn to h er home in Iowa about the
m iddle of Ju n e, a fte r spending more
th a n a year here. She has been em ­
ployed as a p ractical nurse a t th e
H erm iston G eneral hospital.
Mrs. C. B. H earin g of Pasco, Ore.,
and her d a u g h te r and two children.
Mrs. C larence D unn, who are en ­
ro u te to th e ir new home in Olympia.
W n., are v isitin g a t th e home of Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Udey. Mrs. H earing
and Mrs. Udey a re sisters. A nother
d a u g h te r of Mrs. H earing's. Mrs.
Ja ck Brown of T he Dalles, is aleo
v isitin g at th e Udey home.
Bill and George S carlett have p u r­
chased th e sm all house pi-evioiMly
occupied by Lawson F lora Jr., and
his fam ily, who are now m aking
th e ir home in th e building previous­
ly occupied by th e PilgTim Holiness
church, w here he has his p ain t shop.
Lawson F lora Sr., has purchased the
sm all house opposite th e C. M. Best
residence on G ladys avenue, w here
Miss E sth er S ibert m ade her home
th is w inter.
COMMENCEMENT
THURSDAY, MAY 26
(Continued from Page One)
Others of the squad who occas­
ionally saw action against compet­
in g schools were Rex Boylen, Clau­
dine Hale. Jesse Moore and Olen
Baseball Season Successful.
T he 1938 baseball season closed
w ith th e Bulldogs ag ain tied w ith
the upper county league w in n ers for
U m atilla county cham pionship. The
H erm iston club won five gam es and
lost two.
The team was one of the best bal­
anced clubs in th e school in recent
years, w ith such v eteran s as Sj
R ankin, a t ca tc h er’s post, and G.
K eller p itc h er; J. Knox on first
w ith F. F u rre r a t second; M. Ran-(
kin on short, w ith J. K err holding
down th ird , m aking up the sta rtin g
infield. T he outfield consisting of T.
Lotspeich a t left field, L. H u n t in
cen ter, and E. Moore a t rig h t field,
to m ake up a tig h t field trio. These
men w ere backed by Don Pankow ,
H. N eill an d A lb ert Shipp.
The season’s schedule consisted of
th ree gam es w ith U m atilla, two
w ith A thena, and tw o w ith H eppner.
In these seven gam es th e squad as
a whole had a b a ttin g average of
.363.
Ind iv id u al b a ttin g averages w ere
as follows: M. R an k in .437; G. Kel­
ler .409; F. F u rre r .409; E. Moore
1 Cent Sale
WILL BE CONTINUED
ALL NEXT WEEK
More New Merchandise To Arrive!
Thompson’s Drug Store
The REXALL Store
Phone 172
MAY 20-
MAY 23 >|
EDWARDS
COFFEE
More flavor
per
cup. F in est coffee
you can buy.
_
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v
1 lb. tin
O
*3*
SALM O N............ 2 tall tins 25c
G lacier
PICKLES ................ Qt. ja r 29c
L ibby’s Sw eet D ills
,
K R A U T ................... 2 1/2 tin 10c
Made in Oregon
PRUNES .................. 4 lbs. 25c
Sweet V ariety
COVE OYSTERS .. 5 oz. tin 10c
Blue P late
DOG F O O D .............. 2 tins 15c
Pard
NOB HILL COFFEE 2
LbS.
39c
LIMA BEANS
4
Lbs.
29c
2
Lbs.
25c
Finest Premium Blend
California - Large
GINGER
SNAPS
Crispy - Gingery
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FEDERAL MILK
Top Quality - Tall Tins
Goodyear
L ibby’s
CORN
PEAS
Fancy
Whole Kernel
2 No. 2
T ins
»5*
SUPURB
3-Sieve
Sweet V ariety
P er tin
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Lge. Pkg.
19*
G ran u lated Soap
BROOMS
Each
35*
M onarck - 4-Tie
MUSTARD
16 oz. jar
14*
N alley’s - P repared
NOODLES
14 oz. pkg.
15*
F resh Egg
BURBANK
100 lbs.
93*
Seed P otatoes
SARDINES
3 ovals
»9*
Rio Del Mar
ALMONDS
Lb.
15*
Supply L im ited
Each
Fresh Produce
TRI-RIPE BANANAS
3 lbs.
RHUBARB - Local
4 lbs.
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lO l
LETTUCE - Walla Walla hd.
g#
LEMONS - Sweet Juicy
doz. g g f
NEW POTATOES
8 lbs.
W h ite S h atte rs
»5*
GUARANTEED MEATS
FRANKFURTERS............lb. l g *
CHEESE .......................Per lb.
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PIGS FEET ................ Qt ja r A
H orm els
All P urpose
FLOUR
Harvest Blossom
n.$i-*9
Powdered
SUGAR
4 lbs.
Lbs
25*
THÜRINGER ............. Per lb.
LARD ...................2 lb. pkg.
Armour’s
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