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THE HERMISTON HERALD, HERMISTON. OREGON.
THURSDAY, JU N E 2, 1938
£Et|r Wermutnn Aprralù
Mr. and Mrs. L. Boston, Mrs. W. noon.
Shore and Mrs. H arris of Spokane
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Beckford and
Published every T hursday a t Hermis­ spen t th e M em orial holiday week Mrs. H edgreed of L aG rande spent
ton, U m atilla County, Oregon, by end v isitin g a t th e H. R. Parsons F riday a t th e H ugg home. Mrs.
By Mrs. Bernice W a tte n b u rg e r
P au lin e M. Stoop and A lfred Q ulring, home. Mrs. Shore rem ained to work Bickford, who has been visitin g
a t the Oasis Service S tation.
Publishers.
there, also retu rn ed to La G rande.
Mr. and Mrs. F red Bartholom ew
Fred M artin m otored to A thena
Lois S p rin er of V ancouver, W n., and children of E stacad a, O. F, B ar­
■ ntered as Second Class M atter S atu rd ay to v isit over th e week end
is
now employed a t th e H. P ackard tholomew' of S alt Lake City, U tah,
Mr. and Mrs. B. S to n n er an d fam ­ home.
December, 1908, U m atilla County,
and Miss A rlien a Newman of Mon­
Oregon.
ily of B rem erton, W n„ a re v isitin g
tana, and Mr. an d Mrs. F reem an
A
jo
in
t
m
eeting
and
pot
luck
d
in
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a t th e C. S to n n er home.
S ethers and d au g h ter of Tacoma,
n
er
w
ill
be
held
W
ednesday
a
t
the
Mr. an d Mrs. Eldon W ilson of
S ubscription R ates.
the week end a t th e C. H.
church for th e Ladies Aid and the spent
B artholom ew home.
One Y ear ..................................... $2.00 La G rande are spending th e week H. E. C. club.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Daly and fam ­
Six M onths ......
1.00 end v isitin g relativ es w hile on th eir
Mr. and Mrs. Urm e M essenger ily spent M em orial day in Pendle
T hree M onths ...............
.60 re tu rn trip . Mrs. P. R ake and son
Reo m otored home w ith them Mon­ and fam ily of P o rtlan d sp en t th e ton.
day to v isit for several days.
week end v isitin g a t th e E lm er Mes­
.Mr. and Mrs. B arton C lark of
Fred and George G riffin of The senger home.
Rhea Creek w ere callers at th e E.
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D alles are v isitin g a t th e R. M iller
Miss Cecilia P artlo w of P o rtlan d B. W a tte n b u rg e r hom e Thursday.
O reaon"N ew spaper Publishers
home.
spent th e week end v isiting her p a r­
Mr. and Mrs. F ra n k H elm s and
Joan and Lorw in Corw in have ents.
d au g h ter spent th e week end in
gone to Hood R iver for the sum m er
B uster R ands and d a u g h te r Mary Spokane v isitin g Mr. H elm 's bro­
w here th ey w ill v isit th e ir g ra n d ­ Ann
left T uesday for P o rtlan d on ther.
paren ts.
Mr. and Mrs. E ldon K in ten of Sa­
business.
_
O. Corw in retu rn ed T uesday from
Mr. and Mrs. Bill L illy a n d son lem are v isitin g a t th e Roy Neill
P o rtlan d w here he has been visiting.
home. Mrs. K in ten is Mr. N eill’s
Mrs. Lowell Spage and children Eldon, an d Mr. and Mrs. C. T an n e­ d au g h ter.
B arb ara and Lowell of B a ttle M oun­ hill w ill m otor to La GTande W ed­
Mr. and Mrs. M arion F in ch and
tain spent th e week end a t the H. nesday w here th ey will a tte n d th e fam ily left T h u rsd ay for W allow a
By M aryetta Thom as
g rad u atio n exercises of Mr. L illy ’s
P ackard home visiting.
lake to visit Mr. an d Mrs. Roy Apple
Eldon Shannon, who Is w orking
Neal Bleakney and ch ildren, and b ro th er who is g ra d u a tin g from gate.
a t Fossil, retu rn ed S atu rd ay to his R. W. Bleakney and M axine Strobel high school.
Jo h n n y Moore retu rn ed from H ol­
Mr. and Mrs. B. R ands and ch ild ­ lywood, Calif., la st Sunday. He spent
home to spend th e week end.
m otored to Um apine over th e week
Mrs. E. Peck and g irls E arnabel end. R. W . Bleakney and P a t will ren Mary Ann and N ancy motored th e w in ter th e re w hile ta k in g a
and Shirley left S atu rd ay for The rem ain for th e sum m er.
to H eppner M onday to spend Mem­ deisel course. H is sister, Mrs. H ar
D alles w here they w ill spend th e
E arn ie Peck an d W illard Baker orial day.
old S tew at of S eattle, retu rn ed w ith
week end.
H elen Russell motored to H erm is­ him to visit a week a t th e J. S.
m otored to La G rande S atu rd ay on
Mr. and Mrs. V. Collossal and business.
ton, P endleton arid A rlin g to n over Moore home.
children and Jessie P etrezzelle and
R. W. B leakney and Max B leak­ the week end, a tte n d in g to business.
Mr. and Mrs. Jo h n H arriso n and
b ro th er D ante left for B ridal Veil ney spent T uesday in Boardm an on
Mr. and Mrs. J. G orham and son Jo h n n y and ChCarles Lee spent
S aturday w here Miss P etrezzellle business from Umapine.
d au g h ter M ardell and P au lin e Stro- Sunday in P endleton and P ilot Rock.
and b ro th er w ill rem ain.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F ord and sons bell motored to W alla W alla, A th e­
Mrs. Richey of P endleton spent
Mrs. B. L illy and sons spent S at­ spent the week end in W alla W alla. na and P endleton M onday w here the week end w ith her d au g h ter,
u rday in Pendleton.
Ed Skobo and W arren Dillon they spent th e day.
Mrs. Clayton Ayers.
H. P rice and Billy P rice of Hood spent the week end In Hiilgard.
Barny Devlin from H eppner is v i­
Mrs. Roy Neill retu rn ed home S at­
R iver spent S atu rd ay v isitin g in
The H.E.C. club m et a t th e home sitin g on th e project.
F. B. SWAYZE, P resid en t
urday from the H eppner hospital
B oardm an, en ro u te to La Grande.
of Mrs. C. Coats W ednesday a fte r
Mr. and Mrs. N ate Macomber g re a tly improved.
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
w ent to G randview , W n., over the
Mr. and Mrs. P aul Bull and
holidays to v isit his parents.
d au g h ter Beverley Je an
of
La
Mr. and Mrs. Gibb P ete rs and G rande spent Sunday evening a t the
children m otored to Ione Sunday.
H. E. Young home.
I t’s too small lor any
W. McDonald retu rn ed from F air-
Mr. 'and Mrs. A. E. W a tte n b u rg e r
NOTICE OF HEARING
th e tim e for h earin g of objections
of us to measure, but
field, Idaho, w here he has been were Sunday d in n er guests of Mrs.
to said fin al account an d th e se t­
FINAL ACCOUNT
+4O W
w orking in the mine.
Ollie
N
eill
in
H
eppner.
tlem en t thereof. On o r before said
it s a w ell-know n
W. R. C o u rtrig h t of P o rtla n d is
T he H. E. Y oung and E. B. W a t­
day and an y person in terested in
v
isitin
g
a
t
the
W.
McDonald
home
ten
b
u
rg
er
homes
a
re
being
w
ired
manufacturing
limit
SMAIL IS
N otice is hereby given th a t Enos said estate may file objections to
over the week end.
th is week.
D. M artin as executor of th e last
fo r th e m en who
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson of
Miss Lilly R auch is w orking a t w ill an d testam en t an d of th e es said fin al account or to an y ite m
Ju n ctio n City spent Tuesday v isit­ the C harles M elville home.
ta te of J. W. Clarke, deceased, has thereof and contest th e same.
make Genuine IH C
ing at th e W. McDonald home.
R alph and H arold Neill left W ed­ filed his fin al account in said es­
D ated May 28, 1938.
PART OF
MY. and Mrs. L. Davis and d au g h ­ nesday for Union to en ter th e ir ta te In th e County C ourt of the
Repairs. They in­
ENOS D. MARTIN,
te
r
left
S
atu
rd
ay
for
P
o
rtlan
d
w
here
stock
in
the
4-H
club
show.
AN INCH?
S tate of Oregon for U m atilla Coun­
Executor.
sist that the repair
they will spend th e sum m er.
Miss Cecelia H ealy and Betty ty, and said co u rt has fixed Mon­
A. S. COOLEY,
V ernon Root and Essie Jones mo­ F inch left th is week for Corvallis day, th e 27th day of Ju n e, 1938, a t
parts fit. And you
A tto rn ey for E xecutor
tored to La G rande over th e week to en te r sum m er school.
2 :0 0 o’clock p. m. of said day, as
(M ay 26-June 23)
end
to
v
isit
friends.
get th e b e n efit in
Mrs. E sth er K n ig h t and children
Land Sale Notice.
efficient repair parts
of Hood R iver a re v isitin g a t th e C.
NOTICE IS H EREBY GIVEN,
N ickerson home.
and service. Be sure
Mr. and Mrs. J. Je n k in s and Mr. T h at the undersigned, S heriff of
and Mrs. B. Harwood spent the U m atilla County. Oregon, by v irtu e
to call on us when
week end v isitin g in W alla W alla. of an order duly made and entered
your machines need
Lois M essenger left Tuesday for herein by the County C ourt of U m a­
The Dalles to spend a few days be­ tilla County, Oregon, on th e 26th
attention.
fore going to M onmouth w here she day of April. 1938, will on th e 9th
will tak e a sum m er school courpe day of Ju ly , 1938. a t th e hour of 10
o’clock in th e forenoon, sell to the
a t th e norm al.
Mr. and Mrs. A1 Macomber and highest bidder for cash in hand, at
fam ily of H eppner spent th e week the front door of th e U m atilla Coun­
end v isitin g a t th e E. Barlow home. ty C ourt House, P endleton, Oregon,
Rev. H. B. Thom as will hold d ai­ subject to a m inim um price of $40
ly vacation Bible school In U m atil­ therefor, to be paid in cash, a t the
Hermiston, Oregon
tim e of sale, the follow ing described
la, b eg in n in g Tuesday.
parcel of land, heretofore by Um a­
tilla County, Oregon, acquired! for
d elin q u en t taxes, to-w it:
Lots 3, 4, 5 and 6, Block 8,
N ew port’s A ddition to City of
H erm iston,
U m atilla C ounty,
Oregon.
R. E. GOAD, S heriff
U m atilla County.
(Ju n e 2-30)
♦
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BOARDMAN
PINE CITY
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Is your automobile property insured < ►
against the hazards of the road?
W hy not see this agency today?
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HERMISTON
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RIDE IN A
1938 FORD V-8
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Oregon Hardware &
Implement Co.
LET US TAKE YOU
WHERE YOU’RE GOING
RED & WHITE - 1 lb.
RED & WHITE - 3 lbs
CERTO (with forks) 2 for
MART - 2 lbs...............
Economy Jar C a p s..... doz.
EARLY RISER - 2 lbs.
JAR RUBBERS ... 3 pkgs.
TEA Ceylon & Japan - Red & White Spotlight Special
— PRODUCE —
NEW POTATOES
LO Lbs................ 2 5 <
29c
PEAS - Raycroft - 2’s ............ 3 cans
27<
SHRIMP - R & W Wet or Drv l ’s 2 - lO
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PINEAPPLE JUICE - Doles 2’s 2 for
JUICE ORANGES
I Doz............. 43«
LEMONS
arge Sunkist - doz.
% lb.
Salm on
Silver Rapids l ’s - 2 for
R & W Sockeye l ’s
- MEAT —
CHEESE
NOTICE IS H EREBY GIVEN,
T h at th e undersigned. S heriff of
U m atilla C ounty.-O regon, by v irtu e
of an order duly m ade and entered
herein by the County C ourt of U m a­
tilla County, Oregon, on the 26th
day of A pril, 1938, will on th e 9th
day of Ju ly , 1938. a t th e hour of 10
o’clock in the forenoon, sell to the
h ighest bidder for cash in hand, at
th e fro n t door of th e U m atilla Coun­
ty C ourt House, P endleton, Oregon,
subject to a m inim um price of $10
th erefo r, to be paid in cash, a t the
tim e of sale, the follow ing described
parcel of land, heretofore by U m a­
tilla County, Oregon, acquired for
d elin q u en t taxes, to -w it:
Lot 12 in Block 2, N ew port’s
A ddition to City of H erm iston,
U m atilla County, Oregon.
R. E. GOAD, Sherif:
U m atilla County
(Ju n e 2-30)
NOTICE OF ANNUAL
260
MAYONNAISE - Q u a rt...................
DILL PICKLES - Red & White 2y2’s
FLAVOR JELL - Assorted .... 4 for
Assorted
SCHOOL MEETING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tc
the legal voters of School D istrict
No. 14, of U m atilla County, S tate ol
Oregon, th a t th e ANNUAL SCHOOL
MEETING of said D istrict will be
held at th e school house in H erm is­
ton, Oregon; to begin a t th e hour of
2:00 o’clock P. M. on th e th ird Mon­
day of Ju n e, being th e 20th day of
June, A.D, 1938.
T his m eeting is called for the
purpose of electin g one d irecto r for
th ree year term , and one clerk for
one y ear term , and th e tran sactio n
of business usual a t such m eeting.
In d istric ts of th e second and
th ird classes th e ballots sh a ll not
be counted u n til one hour a fte r th e
tim e set for th e m eeting to begin.
Until th e count begfins. any legal
voters of the d istric t sh all be en ­
titled to vote upon an y business be­
fore th e m eeting.
Dated this 24th day of Mav, 1938.
A TTEST:
, 4
R. A. Brownson,
D istrict Clerk.
F, C. W oughter, •
C hairm an Board of
D irectors.
I (Ju n e 2-9)
HERMISTON TRADING CO
Free Delivery
Phone 341
Without Obligation
Land Sale Notice.
COURTESY OF
Rohrman Motor Co.
Dealer
Week End Specials at
BOYNTON & KELLEY
Canned Vegetables
Tom atoes - Corn - P eas and
S trin g Beans
3 cans .......................
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POTATO CHIPS
BLUE BELL
Fresh and Crisp
3 P^gs............................
SALMON
C olum bia R iver Red
Pound Can ................
Kellogg’s Corn Flakes
3 reg u la r pkgs.
TOMATO JUICE
°»z-............... 2 5 *
SALAD DRESSING
N alley’s T able Queen
Q u arts ...........................
SANDWICH
SPREAD
Q u arts
M
5 ft
JELLO
All six flavors
P ackage .........
All Brands Coffee
29<
Pound
SANKA
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SALAD TIME DRESSING
Q uarts
P in ts
Kraft’s Velveeta
CHEESE
Italian Dinners
K rispie or Snowflake
W hite or G raham
g lb. ca rto n ..................
GINGER SNAPS
g pounds
Prompt, Courteous Service
Package
Your Friendly Home Owned Store
PINEAPPLE
Broken Slices
2*4 Sise cans
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10 lbs. net weight
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