Page Six M"ii''miiniiiiiillUUimUUUUUUUlUUJlllUUiiUUntUIIUlUUllUlUillUlUl THE Hehisch Published by the Journalism Class of Heppner High School pmmiiMumfMMti. ...m..,Tn.Miimmimtnmmmmtlim Editor Thomas Gonty Assistant Editor .... Alvina Casebeer Personals Irena McFerrin Sports Bill Barratt Students' Opinion .... Scott McMurdo Track Meet John Crawford Years Ago Emery Coxen Gossip - Sybil Howell Junior Skip Day Bethal Blake Did You Know That, Howard Patton We Know Them By Joe Aiken H.H.S. Heppner Takes Part in District Meet A small squad of Heppner track men journeyed to Pendleton Satur day to take part in the track meet there in connection with Pendleton, Mac Hi, La Grande, Arlington, and other larze schools. Bill Blake took fourth in the mile, and Arthur Vance placed fourth in the half-mile. HJt.S. Junior Prom Plans Made On May 14, 6:30 p. m., the junior senior banquet will be held. The dinner will be furnished by the junior class and cooked by the Epis copal ladies. This is to be followed by the junior prom, which consists of the regular dance and a floor show, at the school gym. H.H.S. Juniors Take Flunk Day The junior class left at 6:30 Wed nesday morning of last week for Walla Walla, arriving there in the early forenoon. The morning was spent in swimming at the Y. M. C. A. and in visiting the Walla Walla meat packing plant. At eleven o'clock the class report ed at Whitman college, where they were shown about the campus by Professor Humphreys,' dean of men. During the noon hour they visited KUJ broadcasting station, where they witnessed the broadcasting of the Braden-Bell program. After half an hour of driving, the class finally located Pioneer park and there ate their dinner. Most of the class left Walla Walla in the early afternoon for Pendle ton where they went to a show that night. H.H.S. Years Ago A student body meeting was called April 26 bv Gerald Slocum, for the purpose of hearing the treasurer's report and also making an amend ment to Article VI of the constitu tion on election camDaiens. . . Girls' baseball practice will begin as soon as the weather turns warm. The po sitions have already been assigned Five Years Ago . . . The junior flunk day was held at Parker's Mill, with all but three lumors present ... A total profit of $33.93 was made from the orjeretta. "Oh. Doctor." The sophomore picnic was held at the sawdust Due One Year Ago ... A benefit pro gram was given in the gymnasium, for the purpose of raising money to build a swimming pool. ... A short assemblv was held Monday morn ing in honor of the FFA boys who went to the annual convention at Corvallis last week. Marvin Casebeer gave a short speech, relating some of the high-lights of the trip. H.H.S. Did You Know That There is about $10,000,000 worth of gold in each cubic mile of sea water? Short waves can be used to cook ham, harden steel, dry wood, and kill bacteria as well as to send mes saees? A giant bearing, made to carry the load of the worlds' largest tele scope, over a million pounds, was machined to within one hve-thous anths of an inch? The bearing it self weiehed 158 tons. No train has ever lost the right- of-way argument with an automo' bile? About one-third of America's 31 000,000 homes are still unconnect ed to power lines? H.H.S. Students' Opinions on Boys Wear ing Ties to School La Vern Van Marter: "I don't think it is necessary, but I do be Heppner the individual's I lieve it improves appearance." Joe Aiken: "For comfort, no; for neatness and personal appearance, yes." Bethal Blake: "I think they're okay for dress occasions but not so for school days." Betty Hughes: "I think they re too dressy." Norma Prock: "I believe they look proper for any occasion." Jackson Gilliam: "It is much easier to talk about wearing a tie than to do it, but a tie is proper and adds much to a student's appearance." H.H.S. We Know Them By Arlene and Maxine Freshman boys. Bill Barratt and Hugh Crawford Old Jokes. Bob Scrivner Typewriter. Paul McCarty Whistle. Ruth Green Mouth. Milton His murders, Frances McCarty Independence. Marvin Casebeer Up in the world. John Crawford Walk. Vernon Knowles Brains. Harry O Donnell Burp. Bill Browning Ears. Bud Blakely Dancing ability. Norma Prock "Page Boy." La Verne Van Marter His mem ory. Dora Bailey Laugh. Betty Happold Monday mornings. Anna Marie Johnston Gift of gab. H.H.S. Gossip We hear that Bob Scrivner is tak ing lessons in wheeling baby car riages. We are wondering who put that funny black and blue spot on Kuth Green. Why didn't Norval Osborne and Kemp Dick go to Pendleton Satur day? It seems that Jeanette Blakely re versed the order of the ten pretty girls and took a red head for her self. Various students have been won dering how long the dispute between Bill and Margaret has been going on H..H.S. Here and There Frances McCarty motored to Port land over the week end Alvina Casebeer was absent from school Monday afternoon, due to ill ness. H.H.S. Calendar of Events May 6--High school program: two one-act plays by the public speaking classes and a short concert bv the school band May 6 Baseball game with the Condon Blue Devils at Condon Mav 9 Student body elections. May 12 Baseball game with the Umatilla Vikings at Heppner May 14 Junior-Senior banquet and Junior Prom. May 15 Baccalaureate. May 19 Student body picnic. May 20 Commencement exercises Full Program Set For OSC Weekend Oregon State College The "Ju nior Follies," with an all-male cast, will usher in campus weekend at OSC Fridav nieht. May 13, with a second performance Saturday night. Althoueh complete details ot the weekend program are not yet worked out, Joe Dillow, junior in engineer ing from Portland and general chair man, has announced the traditional events, including a junior breakfast Saturday morning, May 14, followed by the rook-sophomore tug-of-war and the burning of the green; an all-campus outdoor convocation and luncheon; crew races on the Willam ette river in the afternoon, and a sport dance Saturday night. MEETING POSTPONED Eastern Star Social club has an nounced postponement of its next meeting, originally slated for Satur day afternoon. More than 50 per cent of Oregon's relief cases are centered in Mult nomah county according to a report of the State Relief committee to Governor Martin. Lincoln county has the highest percentage of relief cases with 76 put of every 1000 in habitants on the relief rolls. Jeffer son county has the smallest percent age of reliefers with only nine out of every 1000 persons receiving pub lic assistance. Gazette Times, Heppner, BOARDMAN NEWS Boardman Folk Attend FFA Meet By LA VERN BAKER Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sullivan and children, Stanley Partlow, Louis Mc Donald and Ralph Skoubo motored to Corvallis to attend the state FFA convention. They returned Sunday. H. B. Thomas. Mrs. T. Laughlin, Marietta Thomas, Clara Mae Dillon, Awilda Bleakney and Echo Coats motored to Baker Saturday where the girls and Mrs. Laughlin attend ed the Home Ec conference. Miss Lois Messenger spent the week end visiting in La Grande. The annual Mav day festival was held at Heppner April 29. Just the grade school children were taken in the two busses and the mothers who wished to go. Boardman placed sec ond in the track meet, besides par ticipating in the evening perform ance, Boardman having one ot tne rhythm bands appearing. Frank Walker. Essie Jones and Mildred Ayers spent Sunday and Monday in Portland. Louis Kobow and Ted Wilson spent Monday in La Grande. Mrs. J. F. Gorham and daughters were shoppers in Pendleton Mon day. Mrs. Gregg who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George McCutcheon, returned to her home in Vancouver, Wash., Monday. S. C. Russell. J. F. Gorham and E. Peck attended an REA meeting in Hermiston Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Partlow, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harwood and Mrs. J. L. Jenkins spent Sunday in The Dalles where they visited J rank Partlow who is seriously ill in The Dalles hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Swank and children of Yakima. Mrs. Hattie Pench and Mrs. Lola Tanner and daughter Corine of Walla Walla vis ited at the Harry Ford home Satur day and Sunday. Don Strobel and La Vern Baker motored to Athena Friday where they visited at the W. A. Strobel hnme. A music recital was presented by Mrs. Maude Kobow Tuesday eve ning. The recital was well attended Correction: Hazel Parsons mar ried Eldon Shannon in Pendleton, Saturday, April 23, instead of Nor val Shannon. FFA Honors Awarded At Annual Conference Fifteen of the 48 Future Farmer chapters in Oregon were designated as Keystone chapters, indicating successful completion of all phases of their program during the past year, and 28 State Farmer degrees were conferred on outstanding m dividual members at the tenth an nual FFA convention held on the OSC campus the last week end in April. More than 100 members at tended. Kevstone chapters selected were Bonanza, Canby, Dayton, Enterprise, Gresham. Halfway, Myrtle Foint, Newberg. Pendleton. Rainier, Scap poose, Silverton, Woodburn, Grants Pass and Amity. Officers elected are Edgar Spiek erman, The Dalles, president; Fred Rau, Scappoose, vice-president; JJon Schmidt. Halfway, secretary; Matt Small, Silverton, treasurer; Phillip Frakes. Scappoose, reporter. Ihe new alumni executive committee includes Roland Schaad, Myrtle Point; Robert Harper, Lakeview; and Charles Reiter, The Dalles, in structors; and Jim McAllister, En- temrise: Ralph Wiley, Redmond; Robert Lundy, Myrtle Point; Robert Berger, Molalla; Philmore Heino nen, Amity, and Jack Koch, Salem, their respective dis- lCjivjvuo tricts. TODAY'S QUOTE "Much has been said about the need of developing new leaders in the colleges to help the world out nf it difficulties. I think what is Men more necessary is the develop ment nf wise, tolerant 'middle men' who can choose wise leaders instead of following plausible speaking demagogues." Mrs. Beatrice Wal ton Sackett, member of the State Board of Higher Education, in an ad dress to students at Oregon State college. ' Give G. T. Want Ads a trial. Oregon 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 JU, 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 hone that I have proved myself worthy of the confidence reposed in me. LEON W. BRIGGS, 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 20, 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. 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