Page Six Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon Thursday, April 28, 1938 THE Hehisch Published by the Journalism Class of Heppner High School Editor Thomas Gonty Assistant Editor Alvina Casebeer Radio Benefit Program, Bethal Blake Gossip, Joe Aiken and John Craw ford May Festival Sybil Howell Did You Know That? Irene McFer- rin Humor, Emtry Coxen and Howard Patton Sports Scott McMurdo Years Ago Bill Barratt H.H.S. Calendar of Events April 29 May Day Festival and Grade School Track Meet. May 4 High school tennis match at Hermiston. May 6 Public Speaking Plays and Band Concert. H.H.S. May Festival Tomorrow Tomorrow, Friday, the elementary and high school students of Morrow county will gather in Heppner for the fifth annual music festival and track meet. The music festival and track meet are of great value to both students and teachers. Students become ac quainted with other children thru out the county, and teachers become acquainted with methods used by others, and thus help themselves and the children. The May Day event begins at nine o'clock in the morning with rehear sals. At 1:30 the track meet com mences, and at 7:30 the music fes tival is scheduled to start. Juanita Leathers Carmichael is chairman of the music festival committee, Helen Ralph of lone is director, and Mary Alice Reed of Lexington is to be accompanist. H.H.S. Fifth Grade News During Open House we had a "Guest Book" which 209 guests signed. Raymond French returned after having the chickenpox. We are leaving our Open House exhibits up for the people of the spring festival to see. H.H.3. Years Ago Ten Years Ago . . . The Heppner high school baseball team added another victory to their league standing by beating lone 5 to 1 on the local field. The winning of this came will practically make the championship a sure thing for Hepp' ner. . . . The new ediphone was put into use for the first time since its addition to the superintendent's of fice. ... An enthusastic ticket sell ing campaign was launched to aid in putting over the coming operetta, "Tulip Time." Five Years Ago . . . With the ex ception of a flat tire, a barrage of mosquitoes, and three teachers, the seniors report a very enjoyable weiner roast at the artesion well. Morrow county track and field meet is to be held here Monday with 300 contestants entering. Morrow county spelling contest is to be held at the same time. One Year Ago . . . The school band returns from Corvallis with undis puted first honors. . . . For the pur pose of raising funds for the pur chasing of athletic letters, the mem bers of the "H" club will compete with Hermiston in a fistic meet at the local gymnasium this Friday. H.H.S. Banquet Given to Band Last Friday a very enjoyable din ner was given by the mothers to the band members and their parents. Following the dinner Mr. Blanken ship was asked to act as an informal toastmaster for an impromptu pro gram. Interesting versions of the bands' winning the contest were given by Judge Johnson, Spencer Crawford, Harry Tamblyn, Mark Merrill and Joe Aiken. This was a fitting climax to a successful band year. H.H.S. Open House Successful The annual open house program was attended by a full house last Friday. The grade room exhibits were apparently much enjoyed byj all with the home economics ex hibit stealing the show for the high school. The whole evening was quite a success due to the interest and cooperation of the parents, the students and the teachers. H.H.8. Did You Know That The scientist defines soap as the "metallic salt of a fatty acid"? Life cycles of flies vary with dif ferent species? Celery is bleached by banking the earth around the stalks? Rayon thread can be woven into practically any kind of fabrics? A grown man in good health can not survive the lack of food for more than forty days? H.H.S. Students' Opinion of Girls Who Wear Lipstick Dick W. "They look better with out it." Clayton W. "Okay, if it's kiss- proof, and they are so ugly they have to use it." Douglas D. "I don't." Wilbur W. "Not by the gallon." Vernon K. "When you look at a girl, you should look for true beauty and not a bunch of dope smeared on her face." tsob a. loo much makes one form the opinion of boisterousness." Harry O. Okay, if it isn't plas tered on too thick." John C. "Okay, if not over done." H.H.S. Gossip It seems that Van couldn't keep his women entertained and the base ball score accurate at Hermiston Friday. It seems that Irena McFerrin and our baseball catcher have been hit ting it off pretty good lately. Dean Spinkel must have had a good time Saturday night. He did n't get home until Sunday morning. Paul McCarty has taken up spend ing his week ends in the country. It is noticed that B. Blake has taken to wearing zippers. The pajama top" experiment seems to have developed into a fad, as the boys cant get up in time for school. Harold Armstrong trys very Jiard, but Cora always turns her back. Lloyd Burkenbine stated that he was married but later denied being married. Which are we to believe? Bill seems to have forgiven Laura as to her escapade in Eugene. Out of ten pretty girls, John has picked the red-head. It Dub mad! Bill Barratt has a habit of drop ping hot notes around school, and they are not the kind that come out from his horn, either. Humor ' H.H.S. "Take your typewriter with you on your vacation," says an ad. It gave me a shock till I remembered they call them stenographers or secre taries these days. Keeping Junior in college so he won't take dad's job away from him seems like a very unnecessary pre caution. Bob: "Listen, John, if you would just take your girl-friend into your confidence and tell her everything, you'd get some place." John: "I know it I'd get to the place they take you in an amb ulance." Floyd: I see they have barred camels from the streets of Jerusalem because of the hazard of traffic." Vernon: "Well, maybe they know their business, but over here we could use some traffic that could go seven days without a drink." Alan: "What, my suit is not ready? You said you'd finish it if you worked all night." Laborer: "Very true, sir, but I didn't work all night." . Mrs. Smith: "Your husband is a manufacturer. Has he had any trou ble with sit-down strikes?" Mrs. Brown: "None whatever' he runs a tack factory." DON DRAKE NAMED Don Drake was one of four new appointees to the O. S. C. Barometer editorial board, named this week by Edward Burchell of Lexington, ed itor. Don is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Drake of this city and a gradu ate of Heppner high sohool. He has been active with work on the Bar ometer the last year. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hams were bus iness visitors in the city Monday from the farm near Hardman. Summer Session At Oregon State Has 200 Courses Students attending the main sum mer session at Oregon State college from June 20 to July 29 this year will find some 200 courses offered in 31 different departments, according to the preliminary announcement is sued by Dean M. Ellwood Smith, di rector. A second session offered this year from August 1 to September 2 will offer 57 courses in nine depart ments. Characterizing the program this year as the strongest and most va ried since the depression, Dean Smith emphasizes the fact that stu dents in education and certain cour ses in science can now obtain 18 credits, or a full term's work, dur ing the summer. Special needs cre ated by new requirements for teach ers are provided for in courses in Oregon law school and the Oregon system of education, Oregon history, and health education, and an ampli fication of courses in secretarial sci ences and allied subjects will serve teachers in this field hitherto forced to seek advanced professional sum mer training outside the state, Dean Smith says. Many nationally-known educators will be on the list of visiting staff members this year, and in addition Dean Smith points out that a num- be of prominent OSC faculty mem bers, who have been engaged in out- of-state summer session for the past several years, will be retained this summer. Living quarters for women stu dents this year will be in Snell hall, one of the womens' dormitories, and assistance will be given men students in finding suitable acocmmodations near the campus. The O. S. C. summer session will, as usual, live up to its slogan, "Ed cation in a Vacation Setting," by providing numerous organized hikes, trips to the nearby beaches and oth er excursions, and assisting with arrangements for longer trips, with Ralph O. Coleman, director of rec reational activities, 'in charge. The summer session catalog will be off the press about May 1 and ready for distribution, Dean Smith says. Parent Understanding Best for Child Health Parents may give their children all of the physical comforts, provid ing a physical environment which knows no lack, but if they do not first establish a relationship with them of mutual confidence, love and respect, all of the physical environ ment and training is as nothing, says Mrs. Maud Morse, OSC extension specialist in child development and parent education, in connection with observance of Child Health Day, proclaimed by President Roosevelt for May 1. "Happy and harmonious rela tionships between members of the family come not only from know ledge and application of knowledge of child development, but also from feeling and a sympathetic under standing that makes the application of knowledge and information more worthwhile and effective," Mrs. Morse says. Information as to child feeding, child clothing, and child health are necessary and important, Mrs. Morse points out, but as such, they are not the goal toward which parent edu cation leaders are striving. What parents really need, she says, is in formation that will prepare them to meet their problems when they arise, to give them confidence in their ability, to give them a feeling of balance and poise to meet the needs and demands of their children. MISS HOFSTETTER HONORED Friends of Miss Otillia Hofstetter will be interested to learn that she was recently elected to membership in Sigma Lambda, national high school honorary society. Selection into this society is based on scholar ship, leadership, service and charac ter. She was one of seven seniors chosen from the graduating class of approximately 500. Miss Hofstetter will be graduated from Salem high school in June and will then join he mother who is Malheur county librarian. Otillia is the granddaugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Devin. AT BARGAIN PRICES I am offering for sale the follow ing: Ford sedan, roll top desk, type writer and typewriter desk, adding machine with motor attachment, fil ing cabinet, bookkeeping desks, etc J. L. Gault, Receiver. FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR I hereby announce myself a can didate for the office of County As sessor subject to the will of the Dem ocratic voters at the Primary Nom inating Election to be held May 20, 1938. (Paid Adv.) EDW. D. CLARK. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I will be a candidate for the Re publican nomination for the office of County Commissioner at the Pri mary Nominating Election, May 20, 1938. My record is your guarantee, and my experience is your protec tion. GEO. N. PECK (Incumbent) (Paid adv.) POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT I will be a candidate for the Re publican nomination for County Commissioner in the coming Pri mary Election, and if nominated and elected my former experience in the office will enable me to give you the very best of service. I will appreciate your support. Respectfully, G. A. BLEAKMAN, (Paid Adv.) Heppner, Ore. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT I will again be a candidate for the office of County Treasurer on the Republican Primary Ballot, May 20, 1938, and ask for your support. In past elections my democratic friends have written my name in on their primary ballots, thus making me their candidate also, a manifes tation of friendship that I greatly prize. I solicit the support of all voters and hope that I have proved myself worthy of the confidence reposed in me. JLiUOJN W. BK1GGS, Present Incumbent. FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR: I will be a candidate for the nom ination for the office of County As sessor at the Democratic Primary Nominating Election, May 30, 1938, If nominated and elected I will continue to serve to the best of my ability. Respectfully, (Paid Adv.) THOMAS J. WELLS. Professional Directory A. D. McMurdo, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Trained Norse Assistant Office In Masonic Building Heppner, Oregon Morrow County Abstract & Title Co. INC. ABSTRACTS OF TITLE TITLE INSURANCE Office in New Peters Building F. W. Turner & Co. FIRE, AUTO AND LIFE INSURANCE Old Line Companiei Baal Estate Heppner, Oregon Jos. J. Nys ATTORNEY AT LAW . Feteri Building, Willow Street Heppner, Oregon Laurence Case Mortuary "Just the ervloe wanted when yon want it most" FOB BEST MARKET PRICES for your new or old wheat, lee CORNETT GREEN for grain stored in Heppner and Lexington, ELMER GRIFFITH at lone for rest of Branch Representing Balfour, Guthrie ft Co, J. O. Turner ATTORNEY AT LAW Phone 173 Hotel Heppner Building HEPPNER, ORE. Dr. Raymond Rice PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office First National Bank Building Office Phone 523 House Phone 823 Heppner Abstract Co. J. LOGIE RICHARDSON, Mgr. BATES REASONABLE Roberts Building Heppner, Ore. P. W. Mahoney ATTORNEY AT LAW GENERAL INSURANCE Heppner Hotel Building Willow St Entrance J. O. Peterson Latest Jewelry and Gift Goo da Watches Clock . Diamonds . Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing Heppner, Oregon Vawter Parker ATTORNEY-AT-LAW First National Bank Building Dr. Richard C. Lawrence DENTIST Modern equipment Including X-ray for dental diagnosis Extraction by gas anesthetic First National Bank Building Phone 562 Heppner, Ore. Dr. L. D. Tibbies OSTEOPATHIC Physician & Surgeon FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDO. Rec. Phone 1162 Office Phone 492 HEPPNER, OREGON W. M. Eubanks Representing KERR, GIFFORD & CO., INC. on Heppaer Branch V. R. Runnion AUCTIONEER Farm Sales and Livestock a Specialty 405 Jones Street, Heppner, Ore. Phone 452 MAKE DATES AT MY EXPENSE Frank C. Alfred ATTORNEY AT LAW Telephone 442 Rooms 3-4 First National Bank Building HEPPNER, OREGON Peterson fir Peterson ATTORNEYS AT LAW U. S. National Bank Building PENDLETON, OREGON Fractlee in State and Federal Courts Real Estate General Line of Insurance and Bonds W. M. EUBANKS Rotary Fnbllo Phone 62 lone. Ore. A Home for the Aged Home-like care and surroundings with graduata nurse in constant charge. Inquire for rates, Including room and meals. Morrow General Hospital Mrs. I G. Rumble, Mgr.