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Heppner Gazette Times,. October 26, 19443
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FOR U. S. SENATOR
Qualified ... Forceful...
This Man Morse . . .
Born October 20, 1900; reared
on Wisconsin stock farm ; de
scendant of English pilgrims to
Earned wav through hi?h school
and college raising and show
ing poultry and livestock.
Well educated. Degrees from
University of Wisconsin, Min
nesota, and Columbia.
Faculty of U., of 0. 1929; Dean
of Law School 31-44; Ntw,
Outstanding record as arbitrator
in over 100 Pacific Coast labor
cases 1935 to 1942.
Appointed to 1941 Railroad
Board and War Labor Board at
request of many employers and
Wrote majority of War Labor
Board decisions including fam
ous dissents defending govern
ment by law.
Consultant to many legislative
Nationally recognized authority
in fields of criminal-law ad
ministration, labor law, consti
tutional and legislative law.
Mason, Eagle, Moose, Shriner
Rotanan, Congregation a li s f,
Lives on 30 acre farm near Eu
gene with wife and three chil
Some Morse Proposals
A Republican Party of progress
Broaden the GI Law by providing
more complete rehabilitation
Demobilize army after war quick
ly. Use colunteers for army of
Encourage industry by -private
enterprise, not industrn by
Insist upon more fair distribution
of tax load and more econom
Broaden social-security system to
protect all American workers.
Decent living standard and full
employment for workers; pro
tect free collective bargaining.
Oppose trade agreement injuri
ous to American markets for
Help farmer solve major prob
lem which is distribution at fair
Work for pensions which in ac
cordance with needs will per
mit old people to maintain a
decent standard of living.
Develop a program of interna
tional cooperation necessary to
avoid war, backed Dy eniorce
One former law school
dean, Charles L. Mc
Nary, made a great
Let's elect another!
Pd. Adv., Morse for Senator
Committe, Jos. . Nys, Chairman
Irrigon News Notes
By ICRS. J. A. SHOUN
Mr. : and Mi's. ' Charles McFall
spent last week "moving onto- the
Brace place which they purchased
some time ago. They went to Imb
ler to get their furniture Tuesday.
Mrs. Josephine Graybeial is stay
ing with her daughter, Ruth Mc
Coy since the McFalls moved from
Mrs. Robert Smith and small son
Steve, returned Tuesday night from
Mrs. Tom Caldwell got home
from Portland Saturday after be
ing awlay for a week.
Jack Browning is still not too
well after a five weeks' siege of
Roy Minnick and daughter Luella
and Kathleen Umiker were Pendle
ton visitors Friday.
Ida Slaughter has started work
again at Ordnance after spending
the spring and summer at home.
John Voile took a load of fat
cattle to Portland Sunday.
J. O. Sweringen went up to the
Canyon City country to hunt Wed
nesday. Ora Acock of Oregon City, C. W.
Acock, Charles Jr. and Dean went
to John Day Thursday to hunt.
Mrs. Calvin Whitney and " child
ren Patsy and George, of Califor
nia visited at the Lee Smith home
from Wednesday night until Mon
day morning when they went on to
Umatilla to visit her father. They
formerly made their home here.
Glen Poulson of the air corps is
here , from Texas visiting his mo
ther, Mrs .Stella Doll and other
relatives. Mrs. Doll had a party
Thursday celebrating her daught
er Kathleen's 15th birthday.
' The G. E. Aldrichs. the Fred
Markhams and Slam Umikers went
to the mountains to hunt deer last
Avery Shoun went , to Yakima
Thursday returning Saturday.
LaVern Duus, student nurse at
St. Anthony's hospital in Pendleton
spent the week-end with her par
ens, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Duus,
leaving for Pendleton Sunday eve
ning. The Wallace Mende family have
moved back to their old home com
munity and the E S. Peltens of
Hillsboro have moved in. They
bought the place some time ago.
C. F. Fredrickson sold out last
yejar and moved to his present
home near Stanfield. The Mendes
moved in and sold out lately so
now the Peltens have the place.
Roy Minrick moved home last
week but returned to Conroy Sat
urday to do some additional work
George Russell and daughter Beth
visited Ordnance Saturday.
Paul Slaughter went to Enter
prise Thursday to hunt.
Fred Adams went to Portland
Irrigon school was closed Thurs
day and Friday as the teachers weie
attending institute at La Grande.
The teachers of seven counties at
tended and they say there were
some extra good speakers. The va
cation gave the boys a chance to
go deer hunting. A great many of
them did not get back by Monday.
Irrigon high school football team
played the lone high school team
and was defeated by lone 39 to 6.
From 1:0 Oto 1:45 the senior and
junior classes had panel discussion
on the question, "China's Post War
py-oblems." Loraine Schneider of
the junior class was the chairman.
Clara and Jennie Fraser returned
from Kendrick. Ida., Tuesday morn
ing. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Schneider are
spending a few days at Pendleton.
The Erwin Pierson house has
been wired for electricity.
Heppner 14 to 0
Once again the old Arlington jinx
hns reared its ugly ha'ad. The time
of the disaster was between the
hours of 2:30 p. m. and 4:00 p. m.,
Friday, Oct. 20, 1944. The place:
the Arlington football field. The
score: 14. to 0.
The ability to convert breaks in
their favor into touchdowns prov
ed to be the key factor in Arling
ton's victory. On the other hand,
Hepfpner, given the same relaks,
failed in their efforts to capitalize
on scoring opportunities.
Midway in the first quarter the
Heppner line broke through to
block an Arlington kick and Hepp
ner took the ball on Arlington's
30-yalrd line. A fake reverse on
the first play, with Edmondson
packing the ball, carried to the Ar
lington fifteen. On 'the next play
Edmondson dropped to pass. Rush
ed by Arlington linemen, his pass,
hieh and short, was intercepted by
an Arlington back to cut short
Arlington's two touchdowns were
scored in the second half. One came
alter the Honkers recoverd a Hep
jpner fumble on the Mustang 25
yard line; the other after a blocked
Heppner punt deep in Heppnor
territory. Both times after these
breaks the Arlington ' team drove
for a touchdown without losing the
This defeat was the second this
season for the Heppner high Mus
tangs at the hands of the Arling
ton high Honkers, and also marked
Heppner's third loss in four starts
this year. Only three gtftnes re
main on the Mustangs' schedule,
two with Condon and the annual
Armistice day game with Hermis
ton. Heppner has no game scheduled
this week. Next Friday they travel
to Condon to play the Condon
H if s
United States Senator
Has Done His Work Well!
CORDON Is a member of very important U. S. Senate committees:
Commerce, Irrigation and Reclamation, Indian Affairs, Post
Offices and Post Roads and Library.
CORDON Has done a wonderful job in eight short . months in
Washington, D. C. in getting things done for the state of Ore
gon in war benefits.
CORDON Knows Oregon and Oregon's needs and in the vital post
war years he will get Oregon its rightful share of post-war payrolls.
Cordon gets things done for Oregon. ' Keep him in Washington
on the job for Oregon.
KEEP CORDON on the JOB
Vote for Cordon, General Election Nov. 7
Pd. Adv. Cordon for Senator Comm., Marshall Cornett, Ex. Secretary
Imperial Hotel, Portland, Oregon '
A traveling examiner of operators
and chauffeurs will be in Heppner
Tuesday Oct. 31, between the hours
nf 10 a m. and 4 p. m. Those wish
ing permits or licenses to drive
rars are asked to contact him be
tween those hours iat the county
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