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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1936.
More Farms Within Scope
Of New Conservation Act
Fruit growers, dairymen and
poultrymen have come in for spec
ial attention in connection with the
new agricultural conservation act,
according to word from the region
al and national AAA headquarters
received by the state college exten
The recently appointed state com
mittee of four farmers is still await
ing definite rulings on county and
state production factors, details of
soil building practices and their
rates per acre of class II payments
and similar specific information. In
a general way, however, it appears
certain that more types of farming
can come under the benefits of the
act than at first appeared probable.
A late official news release from
Triple A headquarters states that
land devoted to orchards, vineyards,
small fruits and nut trees regard
less of age will be classified as soil
depleting or soil conserving, ac
cording to the extent it is inter
planted. Clean cultivated fruit
land is still included in the neutral
If an orchardist changes from
clean cultivation to some soil build
ing practice, he can qualify for
class II payments. If soil depleting
crops were formerly interplanted,
he may qualify for class I payments
by changing to soil conserving ln-ter-crops,
if other requirements as
to total acreage of soil conserving
crops are met
Indications are, also, that ap
proved programs of improving
dairy pastures will be Included in
the soil building practices, while
poultrymen are being encouraged
to study the provisions of the act
to see if they cannot profitably ob
tain help in establishing or Im
proving ranges essential to rearing
healthy pullets. It is believed that
some poultrymen will find it to their
advantage to grow fewer acres of
grain or other soil depleting crops
and increase plantings of soil con
serving crops which will provide
better rearing conditions for their
N. E. Dodd of Haines has been
chosen chairman of the state com
mittee of four farmers which will
head the program in Oregon. Wil
liam J. Enschede of Hillsboro is
vice-chairman. Other members are
Will Steen of Milton and John
Shepherd of Scio.
By LUCILLE FARRENS
Envoy L. Gray McCormick of
Portland solicited funds for the
Salvation Army in Hardman, on
After a study of traffic laws In
high school the test was given and
those receiving the highest grades
were Creston and Donald Koblson
and Roland Farrens.
Mrs. Hastings' funeral was held
here last Friday. There was a large
attendance of relatives and friends.
Her son, Carey Hastings, and wife
came from Lewiston, Idaho.
Elmer Musgrave and J. W. SteV'
ens went to Heppner Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald and
, son Lewis were moved to Board
man last Friday. They have a small
farm on the project there.
Mrs. J. W. Stevens and daughter
Lois and Mrs. Carl Leathers and
daughter Jean were shopping in
Heppner one day last week.
Mrs. Bill Greener and Mrs. Dee
Snitzer were at Heppner one day
Archie and Lloyd Leathers and
Fred Roach are in town. They are
shearing sheep at the Clark Stevens
Mrs. Raymond McDonald Is
gpending the week with her hus
band who is working at the Roy
Rob i son ranch.
Mrs. Sam McDanlel went to the
sheep camp to see her husband.
Mrs. Everett Harshman and
small son Gay spent Sunday here
visiting her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Duff McKitrick, J.
B. Adams, Forrest and Vonny Ad
ams went to the rodeo at Stanfleld
Zetta Bleakman went to the mill
Sunday to work.
Mr. and Mrs. James Brannon
and Rose Cunningham went to
Pendleton to the circus last week.
Bernard Bleakman and Dee
Snitzer went to Heppner last Sat
urday. Esten Stevens wrenched his back
while working at the O. E. Johnson
farm at Dry Fork. Mr. Johnson
took him to Heppner to see the doc
tor. Mrs. Hazel Sallng and children
are staying at the home of Mrs.
Saling'fl sister, Mrs. Kenneth Bleak
man. There will be a picnic at the Had
ley place on Rock creek next
Mrs. Walter Farrens returned
Sunday from the mill where she has
been working in the place of Zetta
Nelson and Mrs. Mike Mollahan
were visitors at the John Healy
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Daly and Mike
Mollahan were business visitors in
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Estle and
son F. J. motored to Walla Walla
on business Saturday.
By LENNA NEILL
Mr. and Mrs. Banta of Stanfleld
and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Lewis of
Pendleton were dinner guests at
the A. E. Wattenburger home Tues
day. Mr. Teager, Umatilla county
school superintendent, visited the
Pine City school Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. J. S. Moore and daughter
Audrey visited at the E. B. Wat
tenburger home Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Harrison mo
tored to Pendleton Wednesday eve
ning to attend the Moose lodge.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Estle were
business visitors in Hermiston on
Mr. and Mrs. John Harrison and
son were visiting friends In Pilot
Miss Oleta Neill, who is attend
ing the Eastern Oregon Normal
school at La Grande, spent the
week end at the home of her moth
er, Mrs. Ollie Neill.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Foley were din
ner guests at the A. E. Wattenbur
ger home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wattenburger
and family, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Es
tle and family, Mr. and Mrs. John
Harrison and family were among
those who enjoyed a picnic at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Emery Cox
in the Columbia district Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wattenburger
and family were business visitors
in Heppner Monday.
Mrs. H. E. Young and young son
Robert Herman left the Hermiston
hospital Sunday and are now at
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Neill, Mrs.
Gladys Pearson and Guy Moore
attended church in Heppner Sun
Miss Audrey Moore and John
Moore attended the rodeo at Stan
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Plourd and
family from near Pendleton spent
Sunday visiting with Mrs. Plourd's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Neill.
Earl Wattenburger and Oscar
McCarty went fishing Sunday near
J. T. Ayers of Echo visited at the
C. H. Ayers home Monday.
Miss Shirley Jarmon who teaches
school in the valley spent the week
end at the home of her parents, Mr,
and Mrs. E. P. Jarmon.
Mrs. Bill Bucknum, Mr. and Mrs.
Mike Kenny, Joe Farley, Jimmy
By MRS. W. C. ISOM
The senior class of Irrigon high
school motored to Walla Walla last
Thursday for their annual sneak
day excursion. A splendid time
W. J. Paul of Spokane, father of
Mrs. Jess Oliver, visited his daugh
ter und family several days last
week. He returned to his home
Fred Caldwell who has been suf
fering with a skin affliction, b
Mrs. Rebecca Knight and Mrs.
Duff Knight of Umatilla were visit
ing Mrs. Belle Caldwell Tuesday of
Mr?. C. Woods of The Dalles who
has been here in the Interests of
the meetings, left for her home on
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bleakman and
granddaughter Evonne of Heppner
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Isom Saturday night
Mr. Buzzard was a business vis
itor in this vicinity Saturday.
Jake Wells of Heppner was in
Mr. Olmstead was a Hermiston
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Eddy were din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe
Billy Markham who has been
working in Hermiston for some
time is at home. Mrs. Markham
who has been visiting her husband
returned the last of the week.
A. C. Houghton and Harry Smith
each purchased new' V8 cars this
Gua Hatlett of Goldendale, Wn.,
is visiting Mrs. Jess Oliver and
Mr. Rhea of Stanfleld delivered a
load of feed to the Roscoe Williams
Four carloads of , Pentecostal
members attended services at the
Hermiston church Wednesday eve
ning. Ollie Coryell was a Pendleton
The H. E. club ladies were enter-
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