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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1929.
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Single Regent Board Controls
All of State Higher Education
"What pieces of silver will she
need first?" is a question that comes
to all who make the bride a gift of
sterling. And the most practical
way to answer is to lay out a dinner
menu for at least four, and see just
what is required to serve the meal
For the soup course. Select 4 des
sert spoons; they are quite proper,
and can be used for serving spoons
at other times. Instead of bread
and butter spreaders, 4 tea knives.
(These can also be used for break
fast and luncheon service.) For the
meat course, 4 dinner knives and
forks; for salad, 4 dessert forks (in
stead of salad forks, which serve
only the one purpose); for dessert,
4 more dessert forks will be needed,
and 4 after dinner coffee spoons.
And to this collection it is wise to
add a dozen tea spoons.
"Sixes and eights" of each are of
course the ideal numbers in the gift
of sterling flat ware. But as a min
imum, the selections given will do
the greatest service.
For Friday Night
Fish cakes Spaghetti
Lemon meringue pie
Place Vi lb. boiled and drained
macaroni in a buttered baking dish;
add a little butter and grated
cheese; make a nest In the macar
oni and fill center with chopped
cooked meat seasoned highly. Place
in the oven until very hot. Tomato
sauce may be used for moistening,
Apples and Cheese Balls
Pare crisp, sweet apples and
shape with a vegetable cutter
into small balls, then dress with
French dressing and let stand until
chilled. To mashed cream cheese
add a little Worcestershire sauce,
salt and chopped canned pimiento.
Shape into balls the same size as
apple balls; garnish with pimiento;
serve with French dressing.
health will not permit him to un
dertake the task for the present
Father Brady has not determined
upon where he will go.
Next Friday, July 5, will be the
first Friday of July and there will
be mass in the Heppner church at
7:30, with confessions before. This
mass will be said with the Blessed
Sacrament exposed, and the cere
mony will close with Benediction of
the Blessed Sacrament
In discussing the treatment of
sheep and goats for stomach worms
and liver flukes, the Oregon experi
ment station warns growers that ev
ery remedy which will destroy these
parasites is more or less poisonous,
and advises against their use with
out reasonable certainty that the
worms are present Careful obser
vation of the flock, with treatment
upon the first appearance of symp
toms is advised, as sheep and goats
which are allowed to become thin
and weak are unprofitable, even af
ter the worms have been destroyed.
Oregon Style Book is
Completed for Writers
Oregon State College, Corvallis,
July 2. What the majority of news
papers of this state consider the
best English usage has been com
piled into an official "Word and
Style Book" of the Oregon State
Editorial association by C. J. Mcin
tosh, professor of industrial editing
here, who was authorized to head a
committee to make such a study
for the association.
The book has been published as a
bulletin of the college extension ser
vice for free distribution to the
newspapers and their many corres
pondents for whom it will serve as
a handbook of uniform and accep
ted good usage.
Seventeen chapters are included
in the book dealing with abbrevia
tions, capitalization, punctuation,
numbers, the various parts of
speech, sentence structure and some
other phases of newspaper usage.
Typographic style presented in the
book was based on the best prac-
Mn now adminlitering affaire of Oregon'! higher educational institu
tlont, who took office July t Top, from left, B. F. Irvine, C. L.
Starr, and C. C. Colt, all of Portland. Center, Edward C. Pease, The
Dallei; Albert Burch, Medford; F. E. Callister, Albany. Bottom,
Herman Oliver, Canyon Cltyj Aubrey Watzek, Portland, E. C.
Backed by a large majority of the state legislature, a favorable
decision of the supreme court, and evident support from the public,
Oregon's new plan for the administration of state supported higher
education went into effect July 1 under the leadership of the board of
education consisting of nine men appointed by Governor I. L. Patterson.
This board, with the assistance of a full-time executive secretary, now
has full charge of the affairs of Oregon State college at Corvallis, the
University of Oregon at Eugene, the Oregon Normal School at Mon
mouth, the Southern Oregon Normal at Ashland, and the Eastern
i irpirnn Normal at LaGrande.
The board has been empowered to conduct an impartial survey of
ill the institutions to determine their needs and most effective organiza
i. on, after which it may allocate the total funds appropriated for higher
education as it sees fit. For the first year there is to be no change in
the present ratio of distribution.
tlce of leading newspapers, while
word use backed by authority of
standard authorities in modern
Members of the committee assist
ing Professor Mcintosh are Earl C.
Brownlee, formerly of the Forest
Grove News-Times; R. B. Swenson,
editor of the Monmouth Herald;
Horace E. Thomas, executive news
editor of the Oregonlan, and Ralph
Cronise, manager of the Albany
ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH.
Rev. Thomas J. Brady, Pastor.
The masses in the church for the
rest of the summer will be low
masses, with hymn-singing, Bene
diction and sermon. Next Sunday,
July 7, will be the seventh Sunday
after Pentecost, and the first mass
will be said in Heppner at 8:30 pre-
ceded by hearing of confessions and
the second mass will be said in
Lena, at the home of John Bros-
nan at 10:30.
The pastor will be replaced tern
porarily by the Rev. Father Leo
Walsh, O. S. B., rector of Mount
Angel Seminary, Oregon, who has
visited the city of Heppner a few
times. The pastor feels that all
with the parish will be well attend,
ed to during the temporary admin
istration of Father Leo Walsh.
Father Brady will leave for an
unknown period of time, as he an.
nounced to the congregation last
Sunday. He needs a long and quiet
rest from the many burdens and
worries consequent upon his being
the only priest in the vast religious
field in Morrow county. He would
like to begin active work upon his
projected new church for Heppner
but the critical condition or ni
before July 12, 1929
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