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    Thursday, April 28, 1938
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Page Three
Lexington Track
Team Defeats lone
By Bertha Hunt
A track meet was held on. the foot
ball field Thursday afternoon, with
lone and Lexington boys competing.
Following is a list of the winners of
the various events: 100-yd. dash, 1st
Peck, Lex.; 2nd Everson, lone; 3rd
Bergstrom, lone; shot-put, 1st Peck,
Lex.; 2nd B. Campbell, Lex.; 3rd
Ring, lone; 880-yd. run, 1st (tie) B.
Campbell, Lex. and Brady, lone; 3rd
Renoe, lone; 440-yd. run, 1st Berg
strom, lone; 2nd McLaughlin, Lex.;
3rd, Padberg; discus, 1st, B. Camp
bell, Lex.; 2nd Peck, Lex.; 3rd Da
vidson, lone; 220-yd. run, 1st Peck,
Lex.; 2nd, Everson, lone; 3rd, Lam
birth, Lex.; high jump, 1st B. Camp
bell, Lex.; 2nd Peck, Lex.; 3rd Mc
Laughlin, Lex.; mile run, 1st Emert,
lone; 2nd Brady, lone; 3rd Davis,
Lex.; broad jump, 1st Peck, Lex.
(19 ft. 2); 2nd B. Campbell, Lex.;
3rd Everson, lone; javelin, 1st Peck,
Lex. (distance 146 ft. 10); 2nd
Campbell, Lex.; 3rd Davidson, lone;
440-yd. relay, Lexington first, lone
second. The total score for lone was
29, for Lexington 74. Ellwynne Peck
of Lexington was high point man of
the meet.
School was dismissed for most of
the afternoon, April 18, because of
the funeral services taking place on
that date.
Wednesday was Senior Sneak day,
and they took the rest of the school
quite by surprise. The "sneakers"
accompanied by Mr. Campbell, took
a motor trip to Bend by way of the
John Day highway.
Kenneth Jackson has been absent
from school several days due to a
case of chickenpox, and Dan Dinges
has been absent because of an ap
pendicitis operation. Both boys
should be back in school soon.
The Girls' League sent three rep
resentatives to the Tri-State League
conference at Pendleton, April 22
and 23. The girls who went were
Doris Scott, Doris Padberg and Max
ine Way. Miss Reed and Mrs. Ralph
Scott also attended the meeting. The
girls brought back much valuable
material for the use of the league.
Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Ryan and chil
dren motored to Moro Friday to at
tend the funeral of Carl McCain, a
close friend of the family. Mrs. Eslie
Walker with her two children ac
. companied them as far as Wasco
where they visited her mother, Mrs.
Berta Cantwell.
Mrs. Stephen Thompson and son
Terry of Pendleton visited at the
John Lasich home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Basey of Wa
pato were in this community Sun
day. Dan Dinges who underwent an
operation at St. Anthony's hospital
recently returned to his home here
George Payne of Athena is visiting
with his son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cutler
Clarence Carmichael made a bus
iness trip to Pendleton Tuesday.
Guests at the E. C. Daugherty
home Saturday and Sunday were
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Smith and daugh
ter Colleen of Blalock and Mr. and
Mrs. R. S. McKinney of Olex.
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Deulen left
Sunday by auto for Joplin, Mo.,
where they expect to spend a month.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Barnett, Dona
E. Barnett and Mrs. Trina Parker
motored to Pendleton Sunday after
noon to see Mr. Barnett's brother,
Chas. P. Barnett, who is very ill in
St. Anthony's hospital.
Jackson Implement Co. delivered
a new T. D. 40 diesel tractor and a
new D 30 ton and a half truck to
Orville Cutsforth this week.
The last P. T. A. meeting of the
school year will be held in the
school auditorium May 11th. Every
one come.
Mr. and Mrs. Eslie Walker and
family have moved to the Louis
Marquardt ranch.
A bazaar and food sale will be held
in the I. O. O. F. hall Friday, May
6th. Hours 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Given
by Three Links club of the Rebekah
lodge. Many nice handmade articles
will be for sale. You can easily find
a gift for mother among these. At
3 p. m. a quilt will be given away.
Rev. Joel R. Benton will be here
again Sunday at the Christian
church to hold services at 11 a. m.
By Ruth Bergstrom
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Olden are
here visiting Mrs. Olden's sons, Wal
ter and Noel Dobyns. The Oldens
have been making their home at
Gresham since leaving the ranch.
The Henry Peterson family are
having a siege of scarlet fever at
their home in the Rocky Bluff dis
trict. While Ben Anderson was cranking
the tractor Tuesday morning it kick
ed back, injuring his face quite
badly. Although no bones were bro
ken he was badly bruised. It sounds
like the old Model T days.
Mrs. Frank Parker has been
spending a few days in Portland
visiting her daughter Marjorie who
is attending school there.
Ray Wright is still on the sick list
He has been having a siege of flu.
Grange will meet Sunday, May 1,
with potluck dinner at noon.
W. W. Luckman returned from a
visit to Cecil Sunday, bringing some
volunteer barley 42 inches high and
alfalfa 36 inches whiah he displayed
as evidence of the wonderful growth
being made by vegetation in that
Better Water Systems
Aim Farm Campaign
A definite campaign in selected
Oregon counties to assist farmers in
obtaining better water supples for
the farm homes is announced by the
Oregon State college extension ser
vice. Everett Davis, extension special
ist in agricultural engineering, will
devote most of the summer months
to this project. Extensive work will
be carried on in Columbia and Was
co counties, with some follow-up
work in Jackson county and proba
bly in Josephine.
Recent reports of home betterment
committees in the county outlook
conferences indicated that the
strongest desire on the part of home
makers for improved facilities is for
running water in the houses.
Davis will conduct demonstratons
of successful rural home water sys
tems and will hold community meet
ings with county extension agents
for those interested in making such
improvements. He will also cooper
ate with local dealers in encouraging
displays of water system equipment.
"Water system improvement may
range all the way from installing a
pitcher pump in the kitchen, con
nected with a shallow well or cis
tern, to the development of com
munity gravity water systems to
bring water from mountain streams,"
says Davis.
Plans for such gravity systems are
being made at present in Columbia
county where he plans his first
campaign. Farmers living on diked
land ajong the Columbia river are
having dififculty with water sup
plies, and are planning to form wa
ter associations to pipe supplies from
the hills.
To all those who so kindly assist
ed us during the sickness and death
of our dear mother, Mrs. Eva Lane,
and for the many beautiful floral
offerings, we extend our heartfelt
Mrs. Erma Johnston,
Dale Lane,
Vester Lane,
R. H. Lane, (
Mrs. Ola Ward.
Edwin Hughes was in town Tues
day from the farm home at Lena,
still hobbling around on crutches
and carrying one foot in a cast as the
result of breaking his ankle recent
ly. He reported the injured member
to be recovering nicely, however.
Air Mail Cachets
Set Week May 15-21
Arrangements have been com
pleted for Air Mail cachets to be
used during National Air Mail week,
May 15-21, by every post office in
Oregon, it was announced today by
E. T. Hedlund, Oregon state chair
man for National Air Mail week.
Stamp and cove collectors thru
out the United States have been ad
vised to send their air mail stamped,
and self-addressed envelopes to the
postmasters in Oregon with a re
quest for cachet and mailing during
National Air Mail week. Cachets for
first flight covers on May 19th will
originate at Ontario, Baker, La
Grande, Pendleton, Arlington, The
Dalles, Lakeview, Klamath Falls,
Bend, Prineville, Redmond, Medford,
Grants Pass, Roseburg, Cottage
Grove, Corvallis, Marshfield, Lake
side, Eugene, Albany, Salem, Sil
verton, Troutdale, Astoria, Tilla
mook, Hillsbro, Oregon City and
Beaverton, terminating at Portland.
Guy Chapin of Hardman was
among men of that vicinity attend
ing the Morrow County Hunters and
Anglers club meeting here Monday
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