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WASHINGTON White Hotuc
PreM Stcreiary James Hugerty.
stating wal President hlsenhower
would not have a comment on
New York Governor Nelson A.
Rockefeller's withdrawal from the
race - for the COP presidential
"There was no statement yes
terday, there is no statement to
day, and there will be no state
SEATTLE, Washington Mrs.
Arnold Zuk. 26, explaining why
she and her husband joined a
group of 11 persons who plan to
establish a colony on Kcuador's
Galapagos Islands in the Pacific:
"We just got fed up. . .We built
a small home two years ago.
Our property tax went up to il75
this year. We flipped. I guess
we're down on civilization in gen
SALEM, N. II. The Rev. C.
F. Cahill, a Roman Catholic priest
suggesting that the nation's gover
nors designate one day each year
'Idiots Day in order to combat
'On this (idiots day) let all of
us stay home and turn the high-j
ways over to the exclusive use
of idiots, murderers, drunken dri
vers, dopes, and all others who
may want to commit suicide."
Obierver, La Gi andQ Ore., Tues., Dec. 29, 19S9 PageQ
N. Powder Grange Unit Holds
Yule Party At Griffith Home
MEXICO CITY UP1 Alfon
so Reyes, 70 outstanding Mexican
writer and diplomat, died at his
home here Sunday after an Illness
of several months.
NORTH POWDER Special -
The Wolf Creek Grange Hom Eco
nomics Club held a Christmas
party recently at the home of
Mrs. Gordon Griffith. The club
members had an exchange of gifts.
They installed new officers for
the new year: chairman, Bessie
Smith; vice-chairman, Bernice
McCanse: secretary, Edith Uor
ham: treasurer. Celesta Nice: pro
gram chairman, Tressie McClure.
The Busy Stitchers 4-H Sewing
Club he'd th ir first meeting
at the home of their leader, Mrs.
Gordon Griffith. The members
elected new officers: president.
Norma Chamberlain: vice-p.esi-
dent, Carol Glenn; secretary, Don
na Murdoch: news reporter, Lu
cinda Blais. For entertainment,
they made animals out of marsh
mallows. There was a taffy pull at their
Dec. 21 meeting, held at the
In Baker Hospital
The elderly Mrs. Lois M. John
son broke her hip recently when
she fell in her home. She was
taken to the St Elizabeth hospital,
Baker, where she received medical
Mrs. Tom Boyd was hostess to
the Baker Bridge Club meeting.
Mr.' and Mrs. John Murdoch and
children traveled to Boise to
Christmas shop. Gary Erwin at
tended the service station while
they were gone.
The annual senior semi-formal
Christmas ball was held Dec. 18 in
Pvt. Jack Teel, Fort Lewis, visit.
ed several days recently at the
Henry McClure home. Toel was
on his way home to Texas for a
visit before being sent to Germany.
Floyd Willis suffered a heart
attacked recently at his home. He
was taken to a La Grande hos
pital. Mrs. Edna Turner, Hepner,
visited recently with her sister.
Mrs. Vida Noble.
Willard Fo.dice drove the bus
which took the 18 basketball boys
to the Boardman game. The
Badgers played two games. Kay
Griffith and Rosanne Montgomery
traveled by car to Boardman with
the Marvin Vancils.
Mrs. Kenneth Fordice traveled
to Ontario recently with her fath-r,
Emery Cox, and her sister, Mrs.
Betty Vanderwa'l, where they
Albert Harrison and Gordon
Gorham have been traveling to La
Grande to receive dental treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Phillips and
Ed Tall, Haines, visited recently
with Mrs. Ann Taylor and Mrs.
Matts Nice. -
Many Visitars '
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Froman,
Boise, spent several days with the
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Henderson,
Baker, visited recently at the R. B.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Erwin,
Donna and Dick, and Janice Hib
beln. Union, visited at the Gary
United Press International
GUILDFORD. England DPI
Mrs. M. J. Catar gave this de
scription today of what happened
after a friend gave her a black
cat for Christmas: t
"An hour afterwards I tripped
up and bruised my shin and in
the next five hours I broke two
cups, left my purse on a bus. had
a quarrel with my mother-in-law
and tore my stocking.
WHAT PRICE FREEDOM
MIAMI lUPii The prisoners
remaining in the Miami jail may
wish they had gone en diets. Fif
teen pint-sized inmates crawled to
freedom through an 11-inch wide
air conditioning vent Saturday.
Officials said their fellow inmates
were too big to squeeze through.
GLAMORGAN, Wales (UPD-A
s .ccer mutch between Llwynpia
aid Llanharan was cancelled aft
er four minutes of play because
the ba'l landed on the spike of a
spectator's umbrella and burst. It
was the only ball available.
Erwin home recently. '
Ed Carnes has returned home
from a La Grande hospital.
The Wo'f Creek Grange held
their regular meeting with Bill
Nice presiding. There was a
pot luck supper before the meeting.
The grangers made plans for
their annual Christmas party. At
the meeting, there was a Christ
mas program, a tree, and treats
from Santa for the children.
A new, name
an old firm
General petroleum is changing its name January 1
to mobil oil company to match its products.
The man you know as a "G. P. man" will be a Mobil man on January 1.
He will do his part to see that the associations you value
under the old name will continue under the new.'
General Petroleum and other long-time members of the Mobil family
arc combining to build a stronger nationwide company.
It will serve customers from coast to coast under the Mobil name. '
Operations will continue as before '
same outfit same address same fine Mobil products.
General Petroleum Corporation
soon to be
MOBIL OIL COMPANY
division of Socony Mobil Oil Co., Inc.
ABM " -