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4 Heppner Gozette Times, Heppner, Oregon, Moy 20, 1948
High School Play
Highlight of Week
re a !
young widow. Mrs Shepheard
Ml,ean. and Dick Colclessor as
her son. Shepheard McLoan Jr.
l.ir.lirr Iins was played by Hoyt
RnuMi. while Mary Ann Rands
was his daughter, Julie Long.
Other characters were played by
Mrs. Matilda Blackburn! Mrs.
McLean's mother. Mildred Mill-
I or; Wilbur Warren. Sliepheard's
Kl.issic- ("oats pal, Cradv Beaver: Svlvia Kline,
ffmi 'ty In three acts, "Ma- Wilbur's girl friend. Betty Carl
k Baby Roy." uas presented son; Mrs. Charlotta Anglin, a
the high srhcnl Friday eve- j friend of McLean's. Carolyn Si-L-
und.-i the direction of Supt. jcard: Cynthia Anglin. her voting
an Kal.f.v. The play was a daugter. Ora Ely; Max Moore, a
not from the start with Ma. real estate agent. Keith Tanne
K'ly taking the part of the hill, and Minnie, a young colored
Avoid Annoyance And Discomfort
due to a clogged septic tank or cesspool.
I have purchased a tank pump and am in
position to give prompt, efficient service.
TWi d paid tor by Robe A. Elton, Omgon Chelnwv &KMn
The 0RB00H PRESS Says:
"Hit appoiouatatl to datt hlvt beta outatandinf men. "Hit
ncord it (OTtroor to data hat boon food." J OU RNAL, Portland.
"Oovarnor Hall hu mi da good ttart at tht Statt'l thitf
txtcmivt duricf hit abort tim in office."
THE DALLES OPTIMIST.
. . found tht ntw Ortgoa txtcutivt, firit of tit, vtry
human tort of ptrlon, . . . intorotttd la tht thing? ia which
th7 wtn inttretttd, mtetiof thra MturaHv. unageetedlr, an
dtmandir.tljr." BEND BULLETIN, Bend.
"Hi it t forceful tptaktr one who it Inclined to cttl I iptde
1 tpadt ... Thole who havt hid ptrtontl contact with hint
believe he ii t man'i men." HOOD RIVER NEWS.Hood River,
"'Governor Htli meett ta iatut tqutrely."
OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, Oregon Citr.
"Governor Hall mtde t good Imprettion by hit talk htrt.
PENDLETON EAST OREGONIAN, Pendietoa.
"Hell bringt to the Governor'! chair a brold knowltdgt of
problemt which are Oregon't, . . . member of tht American
Legioa and Veteran! of Foreign Wire, he factl problem! for
which, br training and tiptritnct, ht it eminently qualified."
"One of tht threwdett law nsakert that ever tit la t ttatt
legulativt tettioa." ASTORIAN BUDGET, Altoria.
, - thowt tound judgmtnt la bit appraittl of men.
"Hat tmplt tbility...U tminently qualified to carry on tht
adminiitration of the ttate'l tfftirt."-SANDY POST, Sandy.
"Governor John H. Hall will giva Ortgoa a viforout admtnii
Ration. Ht it tltrt, quick, decitivt .. ."OREGON VOTER.
"He hat tackled with courage and determination the importaat
dutiei of the emct of Governor."
ST. HELENS CHRONICLE, It.t.ltnt.
"Governor John H. Hatl't acUvitiet . . . Indicate a ttll detlre
to provide Oregon with an tblt adminittrttion."
McMINNyiLLE REOISTER, McMinavilla.
The new governor tomet well recommended u in tblt
pailiamentarian." TIOARD SENTINEL, Tigard.
"Governor Hall hat made an excellent impretaioa it eucctitor
to the late Earl SnelL conducting affaire with dignity and
admiraMt decitinneia. Previously bt had terved regularly la
me nouM Ino men by ihility to the tpeakerthip."
Do's and Don'ts
For Fat Salvage
Io use your cooking fats over
and over until they no longer
have any cooking value, and then
sell them to your meat dealer.
Ik) save your used cooking
grease in a clean can.
Vo place your used fat can
within easy reach and where it
will serve as a constant reminder
to save fat.
IV) keep your used fat In a cool
place and sell it to your meat
dealer when the can is full.
Don't forget to scoop, scrape
and skim every drop of used
fats from soups, roasts, frying
Pon t put used fats In glass
Iin't blame your meat dealer
if he cannot take your fat In
Don't forget to salvage fat
freira every meal, every day.
Tiny Quantities fill fat cans often.
maid, Marian Pearson. The rhy
thm band played several num
bers between acts under the di
rection of their teachers, Mrs. Zoe
Billings and Mrs. LaVern Part
low. Week-end guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kunze were
Mr. Kunze's niece and husband,
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Alvard of North
Richland, Wash. Sunday dinner
guests aiso were the Kunze s son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Alvin Duelin and family of
Hermiston, and their son and
daughterin-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Skoubo are
the proud parents of a baby son
born May 12 at the St. Anthony's
hospital in Pendleton. This is the
first child and has been named
Roger Edward. The grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. I. Skoubo of
Mr. and Mrs. Russell DeMauro
and baby daughter of Klamath
Falls were week-end guests of
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
DeMauro and Mr. and Mrs. I.
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Shattuck
and family spent Sunday with
Mrs. Shattuck's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Faulkner, of Goldendale,
A Mr. Cox and his sister, Mrs.
Smith, and her two sons, James
and Orland Smith, of Longview.
Wash., en route home from Spo
kane, stopped over for Sunday
school and church at the Com
munity church Sunday. James
and Orland had not missed a
Sunday from Sunday school for a
period 01 nine years, which is a
very good record. We always
welcome visitors and were happy
to have them present here.
Many out-of-town relatives and
friends were present at the Com
munity church for baccalaureate
services Sunday. Among those
present from out of town were
Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Ely, Mr. and
Mrs. Wallace Matthews of lone;
Mrs. Crystal Barlow and daugh
ter Chloe of Pendleton.
Albert Ball has improved and
was able to leave the hospital,
Sleet M .
A Farmer 33 yean operat
ing own farml at Canby,
16 yean experience in legis
lative, and administrative
government in Oregon.
Now in third 4-year term as
Vigorous and experienced.
Pd Adv. P. K. Hammond, Chm., Oregon City
HEPPNER CHAPTER NO. 6100, VETERANS OF
CIVIC CENTER PAVI LION
Music by AL HUIT'S ORCHESTRA
Admission: Men $1; ladies 50c, tax included
Of Irrigon Section
By Grace Shoun
Building activity continues in
Irrigon with new homes being
completed and repairs and al
terations being made to older
houses. The Marsh Harrell house
is ready for occupancy. This is
a beautiful house. Elmer Rucker
is the builder. West of town the
Leonard Aldrieh house is under
construction, and the Benny Mc
Coy house is ready for the roof
ing and windows.
Material is on the ground for
the new Baptist Community
church parsonage. Men of the
church crossed to the Washington
side of the Columbia Monday to
get the balance of the lumber.
Work is scheduled to start at
Latest building project to be
completed is the 60 x 40 foot
chicken house at the C. A. Miller
Clarke Stephens and George
Voile, who are employed at Horse
Heaven spent Sunday with their
families in Irrigon.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ellis of Rich
land spent Sunday with her
grandmother, Mrs. Martha Fer
rill and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and
son Steven, Mr. and Mrs. Russell
Moore of Butter creek, and Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Slaughter attended
the stock show at Lewiston Sat
urday. The Assembly of God orchestra,
was offered by Mr. Hatch after
which the song, "Holy, Holy,
Holy" was sung by Mrs. Billy B.
Marquardt, Miss Lavonne Mc
Millan and Mrs. Homer Hughes.
Also they sang, "Lord Teach Me."
Address was given by Mr. Hatch,
"Know Thyself"; closing prayer,
Mr. Hatch, with the recessional
being played by Mrs. Carmichael.
The church was beautifullv dee.
orated with spring flowers, be-
ina none oy Mrs. Hatch and
but is remaining at the home of
Crystal Barlow for a few days for
further check up before he re
turns home to Boardman. Ronald
Black has improved, which is
very good news to friends, and
was well enough so Mrs. Black
was able to attend the bacca
laureate services Sunday. Mrs.
Black has. hopes of being able
to bring Ronald home this week
Commencement exercises will
be held this Friday, May 21, for
the graduating class of '48. They
are Carolyn Scard, Clarence An
derson, Faye Anderson, Grady
Beaver, Hoyt Brown, Maxine Ely,
Margaret Earwood, Mildred Mill
er, Norman Nelson and Marvin
The eighth grade students held
their graduation exercises under
direction of their teacher, George
Jaros, betore a crowd of parents
and friends Monday evening,
May 17, with the following pro
gram: Class history, Donald Gil
lespie; class prophecy, Carol Rob
ertson; class will, Nancy Rands;
presentation of diplomas by Mrs.
Lucy Rodgers, county school su
perintendent. Valedictorian was
Max Fussell and salutatorian was
Oraca Veelle. Members of the
class are Franklin Ball, Larry
Carpenter, Peter Cassidy, Max
Fussell, Donald Gillespie, Stan
ley Shattuck, Richard Barham,
William Palmer, Elnora Earwood,
Gracia Veelle, Delores Zivney,
Nancy Rands and Carol Robertson.
MORROW and WHEELER
Old enough to
know how to get
the job done -
young enough to be
able to do it.
Reports on the
week for your
Franklin Messenger. Graduation
exercises will be held Friday eve
ning with Professor Ernest An
derson, biological science, from
the Eastern Oregon College of
Education at La Grande, deliver
ing the address. Those graduat
ing are Iris and James Bloods
worth and Charles and Robert
Mrs. Charles Buchanan and
daughter, Mrs. Delbert Vinson
and young son, and Bud Buchan
an were visitors in Lewiston for
a convention of their-church del
egates. Mr. and Mrs. Underwood of For
est Grove, parents of Mrs. Don
Campbell, are visiting in Lexing
ton. Miss Dona Barnett and Mrs.
Trina Parker and Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Campbell spent a few days
last week at the Metolius.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gibson
spent the week end from Wasco
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Char
Mrs. Emma Breshears and
daughter, Marie Steagall, spent
one day last week in Pendleton
where they attended a recital at
St. Joseph's academy where Miss
June Steagall is attending school.
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Smith
spent a few days last week in i
Pendleton where Mr. Smith re
ceived medical attention.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mathews .
spent one day last week at the
O. G. Breeding home, taking their
small son back there after three
weeks here with his grandpar
ents. A no-hostess stork shower was
given Mrs. Bill Van Winkle of
Lexington at the Aid room. Gam
es were played after which re
freshments were served by Mrs.
Mary Edwards, Mrs. Dorothy
Christopherson and Miss Lavonne
McMillan. Many lovely and use
ful gifts were served.
Mr. and Mrs. George Steagall j
entertained witn a dinner. Sun
day evening, the guests being
Mr. and Mrs. George Allen, Mr.
and Mrs. Emery Burnside, Cecil
Hicks, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Edwards of Heppner.
The local band gave a concert
in the audtorium last Tuesday
night, with the girls being dress
ed in formats. Besides several
numbers by the band. Miss Ruth
Acklon played a clarinet solo,
and Betty Lou Messenger played
a solo on the glockinspiel, accom
panied by Miss Lavonne McMil
lan. During the intermission the
band letters were awarded by
Orville Cutsforth. After the con
cert refreshments of cake and
coffee were served to the band
members and their parents.
The Throe Link club is sponsor
ing a food sale at the IOOF hall
U. P. and N. P.
39 SW Dorion Avenue
SAT., MAY 22
Men $1, Ladies 50c
There will be a dance at
Willows Grange Hall each
4th Saturday of the month.
MAKES MEDICAL FRATERNITY
Irl Clary, son of Mr. and Mrs.
G. I. Clary, 606 Shobe St., Hepp
ner, was tapped by Askleplads,
national men's medical fratern
ity, during the annual Junior
week-end on the University of
Clary is a sophomore major In
MARION MILLER PLEDGED
Marion Miller of Portland and
formerly of Heppner, freshman
in education, was recently pledg
ed to Alpha Omlcron Pi, social
sorority, according to the pledge
list recently issued by the dean
of women of O.SC.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ayers made
a business trip to Pendleton Monday.
Humphreys Drug Co.
f I PRIMARY
i i 7:yzrJ ELECTIONS
I I ' y $l I d (ri Corrtoo tor U J. Snitor
1 I s 1 I Comm. Geor(je F. Jam von, Extc. Scty.
I I U ' M I Portland, Oft
IBT HIS RECORD SPEAK,
Republican Voters Of Morrow County
My Fate Is In Your Hands
Election day is at hand and your free
born right to go to the polls and vote
your convictions should not be wasted.
As one of three candidates for the
office of Morrow County judge I have
had ample opportunity to express my de
sires. I have made an effort to give you
an honest story of my ambitions to unite
Morrow County into a friendly, business
like unit of government. I have made no
flimsy promises, nor have I in any way
tried to arouse dissension amongst its
citizens. I have made an effort to call
to your attention that Morrow County is
at the cross-roads and that it is up to
you to select someone who will take an
active lead in rebuilding confidence, un
ity and interest within its borders.
, When I decided to file for the office
of County Judge I did so of my own free
will. I am tied to no special group, lam
not looking for "just a job." I have a se
cret desire to prove to the people of Mor
row County that the position of County
Judge is a big one. That it requires full
time to give effective service. That lead
ership and sound business policy coupl
ed with a sincere, desire to unite its peo
ple and interests by proof of action and
tangibility will do far more than flimsy
I reaffirm the pledge I recorded
when I filed for office:
I will make every effort to uphold
my oath of office.
I will assume a leadership in Mor
row County affairs that will promote
a unification of all of Morrow County.
A planned program of road con
struction, maintenance and financing.
A human understanding of-juvenile,
old age assistance, public health
and welfare problems.
A fair and equitable tax program.
My residence will be within the
Should you decide that my past rec
ord in business and public service is en
ough to qualify me for the big job there
is ahead I would urge you to go to the
polls and vote. This is a three-cornered
race and I must have every vote possible
in order to win. The last County Judge's
election was won by 9 votes. I am will
ing to gamble the next six years of my
life in the service of Morrow County
against your good judgment. Are you
For leadership and a business ad
ministration, fostered by experience,
foresight and human understanding
VOTE 62 X Garnet Barratt