Page Six THE Hehisch Published by the Students of Heppner High School Editor Thomas Gonty Assistant Editor Dick Bogoger Gas House Gossip Joe Aiken Humor, Omer McCaleb and Don Frederickson Girls' League Party .... Bob Scrivner Sports, John Crawford and Bill Barratt 1, 5, 10 Years Ago Rufus Hill Guess Who, Dick Wilkinson and Sybil Howell See in the Dark, Art McAtee and Howard Patton FFA Leland Edmondson Old Annel, Helen Egan and Betty Robinson Coming Events Emery Coxen Odds and Ends Bethal Blake Did You Know That? Milton Mor gan and Floyd Williams Coming Events February 17 Social Hour. February 21 Play-off game with Umatilla at Hermiston. February 25 F.F.A. Smoker with Arlington. March 3-4 District Tournament at Fossil. March 17 Junior Play. Girls' League Social Hour The Girls' League, in the the way of promoting better social hours, plans to make a combination Val entine party on social hour this Friday. Refreshments will be avail able during the entire party, and several surprise methods will be used to make those present take part in the dancing. If this , party is one half as suc cessful as any of the other parties sponsored by the Girls' League, it is certain that all who come will have a very enjoyable evening. The Old Annual Staff Peering into the past, we find that the old annual o fl923 had the fol lowing staff: Editor in chief, Reli ance Moore; business manager, Thelma Miller; associate editor, Austin Smith; assistant advertising manager, Reid Buseick; literary, Frances Parker, music and drama, Velma Case; jokes, Elaine Sigsbee; snaps, Faye Ritchie; society, Doro thy Hill; boys' athletics, William Gilliam; girls' athletics, Ruth Tash; calendar and student body, Evelyn Humphreys; debate and alumni, Bernice Woodson; senior reporter, Elizabeth Huston; junior reporter, Violet Hynd; sophomore reporter, Austin Smith; freshman reporter, Margaret Barratt Who's Who I know you didn't expect to meet Lowell Ashbaugh, a sophomore born in Hardman, Oregon, Nov. 4, '21. His family moved to Vancouver, Wash., when he was a year old. When he was eight years old his family again moved, this time to Heppner. Lowell is 5 feet 10 iches tall and weighs 135 pounds. He is a member of the Heppner band, and also . a member of the Pep club. He has an older sister and a younger brother. He is a part time clerk at the Safe way store in Heppner. Lowell's ex pected vocation and ambition is to be a banker. Birthdays this month: Feb. 17, Harry Tamblyn; Feb. 23, Jack 0'- Hara; Feb. 28, Edna Hughes. Resemblances??? Warner Baxter Omer McCaleb. Loretta Young Caroline Vaughn. Edgar Kennedy Bob Applegate. Gene Autry Jack Merrill. Ginger Rogers Jeanette Blakely. Wayne Morris Emery Coxen. Deana Durbin Norma Prock. Sonja Henie Bethal Blake. Errol Flynn Don Jones. Greta Garbo Helen Egan. Gary Cooper Bill Barratt. Frances Farmer Frances Wilkin son. Dopey Donnie Bennett. Dead End Kids Jack Vaughn, Hugh Crawford, Norval Osborn, Dubby Aiken, Harry O'Donnell. Heppner GAS HOUSE GOSSIP By JOE AIKEN Well, dear readers, here is the news you have been expecting. The sub-district basketball tournament is to be held at Fossil, March 3-4. The schedule for Friday is as fol lows: Lexington vs. Irrigon at 2:30 p. m.; Heppner vs. Boardman at 3:30 p. m.; Condon vs. lone, 7:00; Fossil vs. Umatilla at 8:00. On Satur day winners of first two games will meet at 2:00 p. m.; at 3:00 p. m. winners of third and fourth games; at 7:00 p. m., losers of Saturday af ternoon games; at 8:00 hampionship game. There will be a trophy given to the champion, and the basketball will be given the runner up. All star first and second teams shall be chosen by the coaches and referees and an nounced Saturday evening just be fore the last game. There are few accommodations as to quarters for the players; however, three teams are staying in Condon and the" rest are to stay in Fossil. Condon will travel back and forth. The teams' expenses at the sub district tournament will not be paid to participating schools whose stu dents or townspeople damage hotels, restaurants, and other property while at Fossil or Condon and they will be required to pay for said damage. Damage to the rooms, beds, fire hose of hotels is definitely the kind of thing that makes people turn their backs upon the activities of high school students. Prices for the tournament are as follows: Friday afternoon, students 20c, adults 40c; Friday evening, 25c and 50c; Saturday afternoon, 25c and 50c; Saturday evening, 35c and 60c. Season tickets are 75c and $1.35; reserved, $2.00. Complimentary pass es will be given to the players, man ager and coach of each team. Officials will be Jack Lloyd 'of Echo and "Tuck" Hodgen. These lads, you will remember, officiated at the tournament here at Heppner last year. The losing teams will pay all their own living expenses after Saturday morning. Lexington apparently is becoming stronger all the time, as they have beaten the leading teams of both leagues. The statistics give no standard of comparison between the two divis ions, as the eastern division has more teams in their league and has many more games, whereas the western division has but four teams and a league schedule of a minimum of six league games. The league play-off will be one game held at Hermiston between Umatilla and Heppner, next Tues day. Officials will be Jack Lloyd and "Tuck" Dodgen. Last Friday night decided just who the teams were. Umatilla and Irrigon were tied up for first place in the eastern division, but Umatilla had one more game to play, with Lexington, which they won fairly easily, putting them in an unquestioned position. Hepp ner won over Condon, placing the Mustangs at the top of the western league. Umatilla and Heppner will play it out for the championship. Last year when these two teams met in the sub-district tournament, Umatilla won in an over-time game, 31-30. This year they meet with practically the same teams as last year, Heppner did not lose anyone, whereas Umatilla lost one. Here and Yon Speaking of high scorer, one of the best this year is a girl. She made 97 points out of her team's 102, 45 field goals and 7 foul shots. One ex-enrollee of Heppner high school left Heppner one night, a month back, with fifteen cents in his pockets. He called his folks the other day, and the call came collect from San Diego. Jones of Irrigon, the highest scor er of both leagues, was held to one point by the Umatilla Vikings. One of the spectators of the last Arlington-Heppner game, upon find ing out that a Heppner teacher was to officiate, remarked that it didn't seem fair. After the game was over, the same man stated, quote: "No one has any kick coming about that referee, as he was just as fair for one as the other." Good going, "Mac." All teams going to the district tournament will be allowed to take nine men to the contest. Gazette Times, Heppner, Peering Into the Past 1 Year Ago . . . F. F. A. will hold smoker with Condon tomorrow night Mr. Case gives an interesting talk about the Battleship Oregon. . . . Faculty gave program Friday. 5 Years Ago . . . Heppner vs. Pen dleton at local gym Saturday. 10 Years Ago . . . Heppner was selected to be host for champion ship tournament of Umatilla bas ketball league. Due to bad colds, weather, and basketball games, the Arlington FFA boxing team has postponed the smoker until February 25. Mutterings A spinal column is a collection of bones running up and down your back to keep you from being legs clean up to your neck. What's in a name? Here are some names that have been taken from records: Minus, Two-Bits, Castor Oil, Gee Whiz, Muddle, Pill, Sau sage, Stew, Trouble. Mr. Bennett "Isn't it wonderful how little chicks get out of their shells?" Art Vance "What gets me is how they get in." Rufus "I always called a spade a a spade until I hit my foot on one the other day." Mr. Peavy "Give me a sentence using flippancy. Don F. "Let's flip 'n see whether I pass or flunk." Seen in the Dark No more parking in obscure places. (Result of the city squad car with its dazzling light.) Bethal Blake with cold hands. Ruth Green explaining the art of catching a girl friend (in seven les sons). Harry O'Donnell with a nose warmer. (No remarks.) Howard Patton out in the cold. (On a warm day) Norval Osborne dreaming of the girl he left behind (in room three). A candy sale. (Ask certain junior boys.) A certain freshman girl looking things over. (Ask D. E. or W. S.) Rufus Hill doing fine. (School work, too.) A mad rush for the stairs. Ask H. A. or E. C.) Dean Gilman causing a draft in room 4. (Cold air this time.) Lloyd Burkenbine thinking. Thomas Gonty taking an interest in Harry Tamblyn's problem. (A freshman problem.) Cliff Fay on guard. Dick Wilkinson's interests going down the hall. (Very interesting, indeed.) Harry O'Donnell prefrering to sit in the back seat. (Saturday night.) John Lane down the pipe. (If he doesn't watch out.) Straight fives in English. (Take notice.) A dangerous razor with three eyes and a sharp edge. O. K. McCaleb's newest invention, a cat hair coat. (That purrs but doesn't scratch.) All the mention of the above per sons is not on purpose, but purely co-incidental. The day before Valentine's day, D. Jones spent $2.50 the day after he touched Lowell for $2.00. (Any connection?) Did You Know That Several people in the student body do not like the journalism class? (Especially the Gossip.) Bill McCaleb enjoyed a pleasant trip home from Lexington in the Adams car? Norval Osborn likes to total up hours? John Crawford uses a scarf for a tie-up now? When the girls put some of the basketball boys in the dog house, they usually win a game? (Keep it up, girls.) Lowell Ashbaugh has just' re ceived a Bachelor's degree as an expert on note-writing. Here's hop ing that he will hold special classes for the less fortunate, who are de tected in the practice of throwing notes. Bill Blake uses a circular system to get dates? Omer McCaleb was escorted out of the H club meeting by ten little boys? Bones and brains do not mix in Oregon Thursday, February 16, 1939 proportion according to the chemis try class? Don Frederickson is afraid of mice? You don't have to be an athlete to go over a hurdle? Most of the students in the assem bly would violently object to dis turbing their reverie? A certain H. S. girl is still gloating over Heppner's defeat by Lexing ton? The English IV class is becoming united. Carloyn has left Clark's bargains for a Jones special? Odds and Ends Why was the foursome in Lowell Ashbaugh's car so late for the game at Lexington and why did they leave at the half? Betty Happold's song of the hour is "Just a Couple of Kids Named Joe." Hugh and Cora mended all mis understandings at the dance Friday night. Who's the new girl Donnie talks so much about but hasn't seen yet? She must exist because Milton has her history and Norval danced with her. Seven ways to win a girl: 1. Get a car. 2. Wash. 3. Get a car. 4. Shave. 5. Get a car. 6. Anything. 7. Just get a car. Guess Who? Stature, 5 ft. 11 in.; eyes, blue; hair, light; class, senior; 3 year let terman, weight, 162 lbs. Has a new letterman's sweater with three stripes and a . Stature, 5 ft. 4 in.; eyes, light brown; hair, light red; class, sopho more; likes to ride horseback; drives a Ford to school. Encouragement of vocational ed ucation is proposed in a bill spon sored by Senator Lee providing for the creation of county boards for vocational education with power to levy up to one mill in taxes for sup port of vocational education schools. Professional Directory Heppner Blacksmith & Machine Shop Expert Welding and Repairing L. H. HARLOW, Mgr. GLENN Y. 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