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    PAGE SIX
THURSDAY. MAY 26, 1938
THE HERMISTON HERALD, HERMISTON, OREGON.
Mr. and Mrs. H ow ard H. Jam es of
P o rtlan d visited F rid a y w ith Mr.
and Mrs. W alter S m ith while en-
ro u te to P ilot Rock and other
points.
The tw o fam ilies were
friends when they lived in Pilot
F ra n k L eicht of Irrig o n spent to­
Mr. an d Mrs. Melvin D aniels a n ­ Rock. Mr. Jam es is in th e grocery
day in H erm iston.
nounce the
b irth of a d au g h ter business in P o rtlan d .
Jo h n A. C larke, m anager of the S atu rd ay , May 21, a t the H erm iston
A flow er in your b u tto n hole
H erm iston L ig h t & Power Co., made G eneral hospital. She has been will m ean h ea lth and happiness for
a business trip to Salem W ednesday. nam ed Ja n ice Arlene.
some child. Buy a poppy S aturday.
Joe Ramos of Echo was a H erm is­
A nnouncem ents were received last
E. P. Dodd has com pleted rig h t
ton visitor T hursday.
of way work for the U m atilla Elec week of th e b irth of a son to Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. E rn est Peck of trie C ooperative association and will and Mrs. W. A. Saw yer of Burns.
Boardm an spent th e evening here now devote his e n tire tim e to the Ore., on May 1. He has been named
real estate business.
W ednesday.
H arold Lewis and is th e th ird son.
Ted Zerba of Y akim a, W n., is
T he m any purpose scarf (24 in. Mr. Saw yer was assista n t county
now employed a t th e Mor-Tone sq u a re ) used for aprons, caps, blous­ ag en t here two years ago and is now
Sound Service as radio and F rig i- es. etc., a t Ruby McMillans.
adv county ag en t of H arney county.
d air man.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. M artin and
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. P ayne plan to
Mr. and Mrs. A llan Thomson of leave S atu rd ay n ig h t for P rin ev ille, son Bobby plan to leave early S un­
B u tter Creek w ere in H erm iston to­ Ore., w here they w ill spend Memor­ day m orning for C orvallis w here
day. They s ta te th a t h ay in g has not ial day week end, re tu rn in g T ues­ they will a tte n d th e com m encem ent
day.
week end ac tiv itie s a t Oregon S tate
commenced on th e creek.
L ea th er belts in pastel shades; college. T h eir tw o sons Jack an d
Buy your food for M em orial day
week end a t th e C hristian Endeavor new flow ers; Ruby McMillan, adv Dick M artin w ill receive degrees a t
Mrs. N. W. O’D onnell is spending th e exercises. Mrs. C. E. B aker plans
cooked food sale S aturday, May 28,
a t B u rn h am ’s store.
adv th e week in P o rtlan d w ith her to accom pany them as far as Oregon)
Chas. Lockwood, a ssista n t sta te d au g h ter. Mr. O’Donnell will m otor City.
W ear your sym pathy
proudly.
gam e supervisor, was th ro u g h H er­ to P o rtlan d th is week end an d they
Buy a poppy S atu rd ay .
m iston T uesday in the in te re st of w ill re tu rn la te Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W ilcox and
his departm ent.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. O tt plan to
Mrs. Roy N eill is reported to be a tte n d com m encem ent exercises a t fam ily left S unday m orning on a
im proving from a recent illness in Oregon S tate college w hen th e ir w eek’s trip to so u th ern Oregon and
d a u g h te r E dna w ill receive h er de­ coast points. They expect to r e tu rp
th e H eppner hospital.
next M onday and w ill th en go to thq
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. L eger left gree.
M onday m orn in g fo r P o rtlan d on
Miss Eileen M anning, d au g h te r of m o u n tain s w here Mr. W ilcox w ill
business and expect to be aw ay for Mr. and Mrs. A lej M anning of P en­ serve as g uard a t th e E llis R an g er
ten days. Mr. L eger is pastor of the dleton, who may open a dancing S tatio n in th e Blue M ountains. He
B a p tist church.
class in H erm iston, has ju s t com­ will re tu rn to the M or-Tone Sound
A. W. Agnew of P ortland u nder­ pleted a successful season in P en ­ Service in th e fall.
Buy a poppy S atu rd ay !
w en t a m ajor operation May 18th dleton.
Members of the senior class were
a t th e E m anuel hospital in P o rt­
Mrs. Ina W esseil left S unday for
land. He is a form er resident and Rufus, Ore., w here she w ill spend e n tertain ed W ednesday n ig h t a t the
property ow ner here. The Agnews a m onth a t th e home of Mr. and Legion hall a t a supper given by
live a t 2103 N. E. 60th Avenue.
Mrs. Chas. H oggard recu p eratin g seven of th e m others. T w enty-eight
guests were present in clu d in g La-
from a recen t illness.
M oshberger, class adviser,
Miss W anda Moore, d a u g h te r of drew
C
ontests
p e rta in in g to school were
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Moore, who has
been w ith h er b ro th er and fam ily, enjoyed and prizes w ent to the
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore, a t A thena groups rep rese n tin g th e first and
HERMISTON, OREGON for several m onths, retu rn ed home tw elfth grades. Hostesses w ere Mes-
dam es E. L. Jackson, D. C. K eller,
S unday to spend th e sum m er here.
Mrs.
G eorgia H enderson
will H. M. Som m erer, Orvill Dawson,
leave F rid a y n ig h t for Oregon City H arold R ankin. Mabel R alp h and
Friday - Saturday
w here sh e will v isit h er d au g h ter, W. L. Hamm.
Dr. and Mrs. W. L. M organ and
MAY 27 - 28
Mrs. H ow ard P etit, u n til Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. M artin e n te r­
w
hen
she
will
a
tte
n
d
com
mence­
DOUBLE FEATURE!
m ent a t Oregon S tate college. Her tained a t two bridge d in n ers W ed­
son Bob H enderson w ill receive his nesday and T h u rsd ay n ig h ts of last
week a t th e hom e of Dr. an d Mrs.
degree.
M organ. Six tables of c o n tra ct w ere
Sun Suits in sizes 2 to 14 and 32
in play d u rin g th e evening w ith
to 34 a t Ruby McMillan.
adv
prizes going to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Mr. and Mrs. P aul V an P atten
W hite, Mr. and Mrs. Neil R o b ert­
w ill move into th e L oughlin resi­
son, Mr. and Mrs. W a lte r Sm ith and
dence on G ladys Avenue over the
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. McKenzie.
week end. Mr. and Mrs. L oughlln
Mr. an d Mrs. A. B. T u rn er w ill
left Sunday for Long Creek to make
spend th e week end w ith friends in
th e ir home.
Olympia, W n. Miss Florence Moyer,
Miss B etty Nelson was th e house
who has retu rn ed from th e C entral
guest of Miss C a th erin e McMullen
Bible In s titu te of th e F u ll Gospel
last Monday w hile re tu rn in g to her
Mission churches, w ill speak a t the,
home in S eattle a t th e close of her
»Hayward, Anna Shirley ••
Sunday m o rning service in th e loca)
school year. She ta u g h t n ear Nyssa,
R KO * NAD IO PICTURE
Mission. E v erett S haver of th e P en­
Ore., d u rin g th e past year. T he tw q
PLUS SHORTS
tecostal church a t G oldendale, W n.t
g irls are college classm ates.
w ill deliver the evening sermon.
New iced tea sets 98c and $1.19
Mrs. A. W. Im th u rn and d au g h ter
Sun. - Mon. - Tue».
at Brierleys.
adv
Louise and sons Ju n io r and Elmer
Mrs. O. L. Barlow, who u n d er
of Lew iston, Idaho, accom panied C
MAY 29 - 30 - 31
w ent an operation last week a t St
I. B uhm ann and Bob and Gene Buh-
A n thony’s hospital in Pendleton, is
Continuous Show Sunday.
m ann of Z urich, M ontana, to H e r­
reported im proving. H er son Billy
m iston Tuesday, and are v isitin g a t
u n d erw en t th e second operation F ri
th e home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B uh­
day m orning of last week follow ing
m ann. Mr. Im th u rn plans to motor
com plications from a ru p tu red ap
to H erm iston S atu rd ay and w ill re ­
pendix. He is reported on th e way
tu rn w ith his fam ily Monday. The
to recovery.
o th e r mem bers of th e p a rty will re ­
w ith
Mrs. H enry Luke and son Gordon
tu rn to M ontana th e first of the
of P u llm an , W n.. visited last week
W. C. FIELDS
week.
w ith her uncle and family. Dr. and
G uests a t the home of Mr. and
MARTHA RAYE
Mrs. A. E. Marble. Mrs. L uke will
Mrs. E. E. R a in w ater th is week are
be rem em bered as E thel S chilling
Mrs. Roy R a in w ater of M aryville.
DOROTHY LAMOUR
who lived here more th a n four years
W n., arriv ed S unday in com pany
ago
and
also
made
her
home
In
Cartoon and March of Time.
w ith Mr. R ain w ater, who has been
Pendleton.
In W ash in g to n for several weeks and
WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
Mrs. Wm. T etrick , m other of Mrs.
R ain w ater, and Mrs. L ucille G ather
JUNE 1 - 2
and d au g h ter H azel of P o rtlan d , a r ­
WEDNESDAY SPECIAL NIGHT
SPECIALS—
rived S atu rd ay n ig h t. The group
left W edneaday m orning to visit
LOUIS HAYWARD
relativ es and frien d s in Pomeroy,
W n., and w ill re tu rn to spend the
KAY SUTTON
rem ain d er of th e week here. Mr.
ORANGES .......... ... dozen
and Mrs. R a in w ater an d ram ily w ill
leave th e first of th e week to makq
Large GRAPEFRUIT do»-
th e ir home for th e sum m er a t M ary­
STRAWBERRIES 2 boxes
ville.
Mrs. Carson L in d er and Mrs. Ira
APPLES
Box
Clevlnger w ere jo in t hostesses F ri­
Pin» Short Feature»
day aftern o o n a t a show er honoring
Mrs. Roy V an arsd ale a t th e L inder
home. Those present w ere Mesdames
Guy K napp, G lenn Moore. Joe Cor­
liss and son Glen, M. P. Casseday,
Anna P eterson, G eorge Corliss. Ida
H arris. H arry Olsen. Jesse P rindle,
an d m other. J. R. H arding. Ralph
R ichards. Dick T h o rnb u rg . F ran k
Seeliger. C h arles Seeliger, Ralph
T h o rn b u rg . Fred Estle. Ray Null. A.
The Q uiet, Long-Lived M ower That’s Easier
W. T u rn b lad . P aul V anarsdale and
on Horses and Driver
d a u g h te r Beth. Mary Seeliger. Cora
Tobin. Claud V anarsdale. Lucile
V t ’U arc nnxioua to have all our friends
H iatt, G. J. Casper. Mervin Evans
•ee th e new M cCorm ick - Deering
C arl E vans. Dan L am bert, P h ilip
No. 7 EnrltMMsl-Gear M ower. We th in k
Pow er, L o retta M ulkins, Troy L in ­
It ia on e o f th e finest pieces
der. Roy V anarsdale. Ira Ctevingeo
o f farm eq u ip m en t we have
and Carson Linder.
OASIS THEATRE
M ainw aring Speaker.
B ernard M ainw aring, a t one tim e
ed ito r of th e H erm isto n H erald, is
scheduled to d eliv er th e m ain ad ­
dress a t th e a n n u a l Oregon S tate
college alu m n i b an q u et d u rin g thq
69th an n u a l com m encem ent week
end. He is now ed ito r and p u b lish ­
er of th e N am pa, Idaho, F ree Press
and th e B aker D em ocrat-H erald.
Salvation Army W arning.
O fficials of th e S alvation Army
from P endleton have issued a w arn ­
ing to th e public in th e m a tte r of
tam borine
an d
o th e r donations,
ag ain st im posters. If th e person
seeking co n trib u tio n s is not know n
th e person being solicited may re ­
quest to see an id e n tifica tio n card,
and if th is ca n n o t be produced the
rep rese n tativ e is n o t tru e. S o licita­
tions are m ade in H erm iston the
second and fo u rth weeks of each
month.
Plan Honolulu Trip.
Miss L avina May L ynch, who has
ta u g h t in th e H erm isto n U nion high
school for th e past two' years, plans
to spend four weeks in H onolulu
th is sum m er. She w ill accom pany
Miss C ath ern W ebber of C um ber­
land, M aryland, who arriv ed Tues­
day to spend th e week here, and
Miss R u th M orrison of P o rtland.
Miss Je an Cochran of Springfield.
Ore., w ill also accom pany them b ut
will rem ain for a six w eeks’ sum m er
school course in H onolulu. The
p a rty w ill leave P o rtla n d , Ju n e 3,
and w ill v isit in Los Angeles and
San Francisco before sa ilin g on the
S. S. L u rlin e, Ju n e 10. They will
re tu rn to th e sta te s J u ly 23 and
Miss Lynch w ill v isit h er m other in
K ayser, W est V irginia.
•»• •••
•••
•••
IRRIGON
By MRS. W. C. ISOM
<-
L averne L am oreaux and F red a F re d ­
rickson, of th e senior class, have a t ­
tended th e Irrig o n school since the
p rim ary grade. Roy S parks came t(j
Irrig o n w hen he was- in th e fo u rth
g rad e and L averne Duus, who came
from A rlington, atten d ed here d u r­
ing his ju n io r and senior years.
Mrs. V irg in ia C haney e n tertain ed
m em bers of th e Pep Club W ednes­
day a t her home. Mrs. L yle Eddy
was honored by a show er.
Miss Brooks of Boise, Idaho, who
will teach in the h igh school here
d u rin g th e com ing year, w as present
a t th e g rad u a tio n exercises.
Mr. and Mrs. R alph Jones left
S atu rd ay for W alla W alla. They
have made th e ir home in th e Leicht
cab in s d u rin g the school year.
Mr. and Mrs. L yle Eddy left last
week for Idaho.
R ussell McCoy m ade a b usinest
trip to P o rtlan d la st Monday.
Mrs. N ora W ilson is q u ite ill at
h er home.
Mr. and Mrs. B ert D exter visited
in M ilto n -F reew ater last Sunday.
Gene M cFarland is rem odeling
the A. C. H oughton house, w hich he
purchased recen tly .
Don K enny harvested a la rg e crop
of peas for th e m ark et th is week.
C lair Caldwell and H enry Phelps
are m a rk e tin g straw b e rrie s daily.
Miss Eileen Manning
w ill be a t the
McCormick - Deering
No. 7 Enclosed-Gear Mower
e v e r » o ld ! C o m e in an«l
inspect th e m ow er we have
on display.
Oregon H ardw are &
Implement Co.
HERMISTON. OREGON
W eather Report.
Date
May
Mav
May
.May
May
May
May
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Max. Min.
...................... 70
46
........... ..................... 77
37
...........
........ 84
40
44
...........
91
95
4»
...
..................... 9«
50
..................... »8
51
DAY MONDAY
POTATO CHIPS
3 for 2 5 ^
DEVILED MEAT
6 ior
J
Paper Plates 9 in- 2 doz.
NAPKINS
80 count
’ 25*
OLIVES - «¡Pe
L arge Can3
13*
Marshmallows 1 >b- Pkg
L arge Cans
PEAS
TOMATOES
CORN
BEANS
SARDINES
TOMATO JUICE
SPAGHETTI
LIMA BEANS
10
SHORTENING 4 lb. pk&-
S w ift’s
45*
201
f ,0 0
BACON
U>. 19c and
FLOUR
49 lbs.
WED., JUNE 1
Cash Store
fropi 2 :00 to 4:00 P.M.
Ne-'t Door to BAKERY.
TO INTERVIEW ALL PERSONS
INTERESTED IN A 6
WEEKS COURSE
IN
G rad u atio n exercises for four high
school stu d en ts, and five eig h th
grad e stu d e n ts were held T hursday
n ig h t in th e high school auditorium .
TAP DANCING
THE HERMISTON HERALD
All Stores Closed Memorial Day
It's up to th e w ea th er man. We
th in k it's going to be a w onder­
ful week end so w e’ve stocked
our store w ith ex tra special pic­
nic values.
Sunkist Lemons
‘>Az‘
L arge Ju ic y
Doz. 4 6 ^ 5 -
Spring Cabbage
*
F resh - G reen
j
Lb.
Local Lettuce
Leafy - Crisp
Giant Heads
5*
NALLEY’S POTATO CHIPS
3 os. pkgs.
5 ox. pkgs.
a * FOR
Hi Way Fruit Stand
THE SAINT OF
NEW YORK
WE WILL BE CLOSED ALL
CONNORS
LEGION HALL - HERMISTON
THE BIG BROADCAST
OF 1938
5O<
18<
W e e k End
Specials!
DEVILED M E A T ....................... 3 No. 14 tins
f 0<
AIRW AY
M orrell's Choice Spread
PEANUT BUTTER ........................... 2 lb. jar
2C<
COFFEE
Real R oast
MARSHM ALLOW S....................... 2 lb. pkg.
2C<
F lu ffiest
LIBBY’S DEVILED M E A T .............. 6 - 14-tins 25c
SHRIMP - Wet or dry p a ck .............. 2 5-oz. tins 29c
GRAPEFRUIT - M ission Brand .... 3 No. 2 tins 35c
BROWN DERBY B E E R .............. 4 - 12-oz. tins 43c
KRAFT CHEESE - Most F lavors.......... 2 pkgs. 33c
JULIA LEE WRIGHT BR E A D ............ P/> lbs. 15c
FLAVORADE .......................................... 6 pkgs. 19c
GUM DROPS - Fresh S to c k ............ 2 8 oz. pkg. 23c
TUNA FISH - White S ta r .......................Halves 16c
MARSHMALLOW PUFFS ........................... lb. 23c
COCA C O L A .......................................... 6 bottles 25c
PAPER NAPKINS - 80 co u n t............cello pkg. 10c
PEACHES - Syrup Packed , ........ No. 2 1 <» tins 15c
EDWARDS COFFEE ............................. 2 lb. tin 45c
‘
3
Freeh Ground
Lbs............
43<
VAN CAMPS
BEANS
w ith Pork
3
Tall T ins
25*
ROSEDALE
OLIVES
Calif. Ripe
2 Cans
No 1
»5*
S a fe w a y