Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, July 08, 1948, Page 5, Image 5

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    Want Ads
We have overload borings lor
Kord and Chevrolet pickups.
$17.50. Rosewall Motor Co.
Heppner Gozette Times, Heppner, Oregon, July 8, 1948-5
deluxe, R & H, seat covers, ex
celent rubber and motor in top
mechanical shape. Also three
other late model Chevs. For
Kaiser and Frazer automobiles,
air cushion tires and Texaco
products, see HEPPNER MO
TORS for a square deal.
Have you ridden in the 1949 Ford
car? We invite you to drive
the car of the year. Rosewall
Motor Co.
Legal Advertising
hot ice or bub or uu paoP-
STATE OK OUEGON Fur the County
of Morrow.
n tiie Mutter of the Guurdiannhip of
tne person and enute or joain uuliK
NOTICE la herehv elven that Die uh-
deroigned Guardian of the perBon and
eHlale ol trie above named minora, will
from and after the 30th day of July,
1948. at the law office of Joe. J. Nya
at Heppner, Oregon offer for aale and
sell at private sale for caah all the
oiie-eixth Inteieet of fluid minors in and
to the following described real prop
erty, to-wit:
rne south half or tne soutn nair or
Section one (1), the north naif of
the norneaat quarter and the Doutn
eaat quarter of the northeast quar-
FOR SALE 3 bedroom modern
home on Water street. Full of
furniture. Price $5000. Turner,
Van Martcr & Co.
FOR SALE-8-weeks-old fryers.
Finish them yourself and save
money. V. C. Brown, lone. Ore.
1940 Ford coupe. Pay down $400.
Rosewall Motor Company.
ter of Section twelve (12) Wm the
riKht of way. in Township one (1)
south, Range twenty-two (221 Euat
of the Willamette Meridian, in Gil
liam County, Oregon;
ALSO: the northwest quarter and
the north hulf of the north hall of
the southwest quarter of Section
seven (7i in TowiiHtiiD one ll)
south Range twenty-three (23) East
of the Willamette Meridian, ill Mor
row County. Oregon:
subject to the approval and confirma
tion of the above entitled court.
DATED and first published this first
day of July, 1148.
J. Nys. Heppner, Oregon,
Attorney for Guardian. 15-19
LOST 1949 Heppner class ring
with blue stone. Lost at Lexing
ton the 3rd of July. Reward.
Faye Cutsforth, phone 2792. 16p
FOR SALE Two-piece dining
room suite breakfast set,
lounge chair, radio, sewing ma
. chine, baby buggy, swing and
bassinette. See at Bert Bleak
man's place, Heppner. 16tfc
Buy your six-ply tires from Rose
wall Motor Company. Old pric
es still in effect.
FOR SALE Fine choice building
lots in Heppner. I'rice between
$200 and $400. Francis B. Nick
erson, agent. 16tfc
FOR SALE Building and lot be
tween Morrow County Clean
ers and Padberg residence. F.
B. Nickerson, agent. 16tfc
We have factory reconditioned
- Ford motors for Immediate in
stallation. Rosewall Motor Co.
FOR RENT Small 3-roorr house.
Contact Charlotte Scherzinger,
436 Park St., Lebanon, Ore.
FOR SALE Norge refrigerator.
Contact superintendent Hepp
ner schools. 16c
FOR SALE Majestic range at
Mrs. Wyland's apartment.
1930 Ford pickup. Pay down $85.
Rosewall Motor Company.
FOR SALE Harris sidehill com
bine 22 x 33 12, 16 ft. cut. Fair
condition. $100 worth new parts
included. $1,000. II. Ward Far-
roll. Gateway, Ore. 16-17p
Wanted Someone to cut 165 ac
res of wheat and save the chaff.
Walter Jppson, lone, Ore. 16c
1937 Plymouth sedan. Pay down
$2&5. Rosewall Motor Co.
FOR SALE 200 bushel bulk
tank, $275. Braden tractor type,
3 bottom doors and rear door.
Jim Logan, Cecil, Ore.
Dr. J. P. Stewart, Eye-Sight Spe.
cialist formerly of Pendleton
will be at the HEPPNER HO
Hours 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Let our paint department restore
that show room complexion to
your old car. Rosewall Motor
FOR SALE Five-room modern
house; hardwood floors, fruit
room, electric hot water heat
er; wired for electric range. C.
N. Jones, I hone 11F13. 16-17p
FOR SALE 1; 2 mile north of
Hardman, 1 Hoe drill, 5 single
discs, 8 feet, 14 section spring
tooth harrow, 1 5-section spring
toeth harrow, 1 hay wagon and
rack, 1 corrugated roller 8 feet
2 sets harness. J. E. Craber.
Phone Rhea Creek 5. 16-17p
1936 Chevrolet truck with rebuilt
motor. $650.00 full price. This
unit will make you a good trap
wagon and emergency truck,
Rosewall Motor Company.
LOST Four months old yellow
collie, with white streak on
chest. Last seen Sunday at
Rock Junction. $5 reward
Claude J. White, Heppner. lfip
FOR SALE 2-room house, wired
has chimney; must be moved
Price reasonable. Mrs. Henry
Aiken. 16-17c
WANTED TO BUY Clean cotton
or wool rags, preferably old
blankets. Mrs. Henry Aiken.
We have 12;75 and 1400 x 24 com
bine implement tubes. Rosewall
Motor Company.
Howard Bryant or Cornett
Green. 16-17p
Dick: brine contalnes. J. O
Swearincen. Irrlgon, Ore. 16c
FOR SALE New Hampshire fry
ers. Cair 3F3, or 2382. Chris
Brown. 15-16c
193G Chevrolet truck. Reconill
tloncd motor. Pay down $250.00.
Rosewall Motor Company.
TAKE HOME your soft drinks by
the case. We have almost all
kinds in stock, Ycager's.
BRING your pictures in and have
them framed now. About 70
nat terns of frame stock to
choose from. Yeager's.
About 20 fine, well made house
dresses reduced to clear. Yea
WE CARRY a well selected line
of fine candies gum, etc., at
reasonable prices; also Ice
cream to take home. Yeager'i
New K-7 International truck.
Lexington Implement Co. 15tfc
SUMMONS Equity So. 3761
STATE OF OKEGON For the County
of Morrow.
BETTY McCOY, husband and wife. -
ER, her husband whose true name
Is unknown to plaintiffs, EDITH B.
r AUh.ithi kujvi aim juiim mjr.
FAGERSTROM. her husband whose
true name Is unknown to plaintiffs,
DOE COREY, her husband whose
true name is unknown to plaintiffs,
and R. B. HOWARD, Receiver; the
unknown heirs of Dora Miller, If de
ceased, the unknown heirs of Edith
E. Fagerstrom. If deceased, and the
unknown heirs of Frances Rose Cor
ey, if deceased. Also all other persons
or parties unknown claiming Any
right, title, estate, lien or Interest In
the real estate described In the com
plaint herein. Defendants.
TO The above defendants and each and
all of you :
OREGON you and each of you are here-
y required to appear ana answer
faintiff's complaint filed against you
in the above entitled court and cause
Ithln four weeks from the date of
the first publication of this summons
pon you and ir you iall to so appear
or answer (or wejt thereof, plaintiffs
ll apply to tne anove entitled court
jr the relief prayed for in their com
plaint, to-wit:
f or a decree quieting; title to tne
ollowlng described real property, sit
uate in Morrow County, State of Ore-
n. lo-wll:
Lots sixteen (16), seventeen (17),
eighteen (lfi), twenty-one (21),
twenty-two (22). twenty-three (23),
twenty-four (241 and wenty-five
(25) in Block thirty-six (36) In the
Town of Irrlgon, County of Mor
row. State of Oregon.
nd that it be adjudged and decreed
that the plaintiffs are the owners In
fte simple of said real property and
that whatever Interest or tile you may
aim to have In said real properly la
null and void and that you and each
nd all ol you and an persons or par
ties claiming by. through or under
ou be forever barred and restrained
i and from all claim, right, title and
nterest in and to said reai property
and every part thereof, and lor such
other and further relief as may be just
ana equllanie.
l nis summons la served upon you
by publication thereof once a wet-k
ir four successive weeks In the Hepp
ner Gazette Times, a newspaper of
general Blrculatlon published in Mor-
County. Oregon, pursuant to an
order of the Hon. Bert Johnson. Judge
of the County Court for Mtirrow Coun
ty. Oregon, which order is dated June
7th. 1048 and the date of the first pub-
cation ol tins summons is June lu.
Attorney for Plaintiffs,
Residence at d Post Office Address.
Heppner. Oregon. 12-16.
While Governor Dewey believes
that we must help Europe thru
the Marshall plan to some extent,
he could be depended upon to
look more closely after the wel
fare of his own country than some
of the other candidates who are
proving internationalists regard
less of their homeland. Michi
gan Times.
East half of Block Three (3) of
Sperry'a 3rd Addition to the City
of lone, Morrow County, Oregon.
The administrator reserves the right
to reject any and all bida.
Administrator of tne Estate of
George Carkhuff, deceased.
First published this 17th day of June.
1&48 iil-17
the underaiKned have been duly ap
pointed by the County Court of Morrow
County, State of Oregon. Executors of
the en lute of R. M AKKH.S, deceased,
and all pernons having claim against
the eHtate of aald deceaaed are hereby
required to present the same with
propr vouchers duly verified as requir
ed by law to the eaid executors at the
law office of P. W. Mahuney at Hepp
ner, Oregpn, within six months from
the date hereof.
Dated and first published this 1st
day of July, 1948.
Executors of the estate of
R. M. Akers, deceased.
P. W. Mahoney.
Attorney for tbe executors,
Heppner, Oregon, 15-10
Proclamation. Whereas, the unregu
lated use of certain forest areas is, in
the judgment ot the State Forester, a
menace to life and property due to
conditions tending to cause or allow
the rapid spread of fires which might
occur or because of the inacceHiole
character of such areas due to the lack
of suitable roads, and whereas, upon
the showing of the Stale Forester it
appears to me to be necessary to close
to unregulated use the following areas
designated as: Area No.R-1 Ail Na
tional Forests in Oregon and adjacent
unuxH protected by the United States
Forest Service as follows: Adjacent to
Umatilla National Forest: Eft T 6 N.,
R. 37 E. ; T. 6 N.. Rs. 38 and 42 E. ; that
part of T. 6 N., R. 43 E. west of Grande
Ronde River except Sections 13. 14, 23.
24 and 26; E',fc T. 5 N., R. 37 E. ; T. 5 N
R. 38 E.; those parts of T. 6 N.. Rs.
42 and 43 E. north and west of the
Grande Ronde River; Ts. 3 and 4 N.. R,
37 E.; that part of T. 3 N R. 36 E.
outside Umatilla Indian Reservation;
Sections 25, 26. 27, 34. 35 and 36. T. 2 S.,
R. 32 E. ; Sections 21 to 36 inclusive, T.
2 S., R. 33 E. ; Sections 31 to 36 inclu
sive, T. 8 S.. R. 29 E. ; Sections 23 to
26 inclusive. 31 to 36 inclusive, T, 3 S.,
R. 30 E. ; Si T. 3 S., R. E. : S1,
NEV T. 3 S., R. 31 E. ; T. 3 S.. R. 32 E ;
T. 4 8., Rs. 29 to 32 E., inclusive, T. 5
S., Rs., 30 to 33 E., inclusive; T. 6 S
ks. t to 31 E inclusive, 33 E., 34 E.,
oecuons a, iu, ie, 21, 28, T. 7 S.. R. 27
E. ; Section 1, T. 7 S., R. 28 E. : Section
those parts of Sections 1 to 5 inclu
sive, north of North Fork John Day
River, T. 7 S., R. 29 E. ; that part of
T. 7 S.. R. 30 E. north of North Fnrlc
John Day River; Sections 13, 14, 23, 24,
i. a a., rt. in c .: set lion :iti i n n
R. 26 E.; Section 16. T. 8 S., R. 27 E.
Now, therefore, 1, Leslie H Scott, Gov
ernor of the State of Oregon, by virtue
of the authority vested in me under
the provision of Section 107-210, Oregon
Compiled Laws Annotaed, as amend
ed by Chapter 252, Oregon Laws, 1945,
do hereby proclaim the unrtgulat fi
use of the above-described areas to-oe
unlawful and do hereby close said areas
and the same shall be subject to use
only upon condition that entrants shall
comply with all of the following re
qulrements or conditions: (1) To re
frain from smoking while traveling in
such areas. 2) To secure a permit is
sued by the forester or a fire wartifn
before building a canipfire other than
at improved, designated and Dosted
campground on such areas. (3 To have
aa a part of his or her equipment when
using campfires, except when traveling
as a pedestrian, and or camping at im-
pruvcu. oeaignaiea ana posted camp
grounds, tools as specified by the for
ester suitable for extinguishing fires.
This proclamation shall be effective
from and after the 1st day of July, 1948.
and shall remain in full force and ef
fect until and including the 31st day
of December, 1948. Done at the Capitol
in Salem, Oregon, this 29th day of June,
ifto. o uvxue an. scoit, Uovernor. At
test: s Earl T. Newbrv. SmtpIapv f
SUMMONS Equity So. 3754
ai Ai K uf UKfcaiUrt tor tne county
of Morrow.
U WORDEN, husband and wife.
THOMAS, whose true name u un
known to plaintiffs, MILTON 1.
SHANE, and all the unknown heirs
of Maltie Thomas, if deeeaspd. nnd
all the unknown heirs of J. M. DOU
GLAS, deceased. Also all other per
sons or parties unknown clalinii"i
any right, title, estate, lien or inter
est In the real estate described In
the conmlaint herein. Defendants.
TO The above defendants and each and
all of you:
OREGON you and each of you are here-
dv requires to appear ana answer
plaintiffs' complaint filed against you
n the above entiiU'ti court ami cau.se
within four weeks from the dale of the
first publication of this summons upon
you and If you fall to so appear or
answer for want thereof, plaintiffs will
apply to me auove enuuea court lor
he reiiei prayea lor in tneir complaint.
For a decree mi let n title to the
following described real property, mi-
uate in Morrow County, State of Or
Kn, to-wit:
The west nair or tne souttiwoft
quarter of the northwest quarter
and the west half of the northwest
quarter of the southwest quarter
of Section twenty-four (24) in
Township four 4) north of Rang
twenty-four (24) East of the Wil
lamette Meridian, Morrow County,
and that It be adjudged and decreed
that the plaintiffs are the owners in
fee stmiile of said real property and
that whatever Interest or title you may
claim to have in said real property is
null and void and that each and ail oi
ou and a persons or names clalmihK
v through or under vou be forever
barred and restrained of and from all
claim, right, title and interest in and
to said ren nronertv snd every part
thereof, and for such other and further
relief as may be Just and equitable.
This summons is servea upon you Dy
mblleation thereof onre a week for
our successive weeks in the HeDDner
Gazette Times, a newsnnner of general
circulation published in Morrow Coun
ty, uregon pursuant 10 an orner oi ine
Hon. Heri jonnson. juoge oi tne uoun
tv Court for Morrow County. Oregon,
which order is dsted June 9th, U'4S
and the date or the nrsi pumirauon
of this summons is June 10, 1!MK.
Attorney for PlaJntirfa,
Residence And Pnst Office Addres
Heppner, Oregon llw6
Motorlog Fishermen Entranced
With Angling in Oregon's Rogue
O14MIM U eo op,Uo with ta Om
tl M.Ur Mclalloa. TS. 1U1 to
written M ktUr fro Al McCra,.
OMaaalan Uff wrHw, an. Hri McCmS,
fa Urtcr Thr.iiMS, Iriws, f CM
9mw rn, wi,.
Want to feel 30-pounder
yanking on the end of your
aalmon rod? Want to hear that
reel scream? Then bead on
down to Southwest Oregon
when your vacation time comes
and see if you can land a
crappy Rogue river Chinook
Although tile Rogue country
Is one of the most primitive
areas left in the United States,
we found paved roads leading
right to the edge of the white
water pathway used by Mr. and
Mrs. Chinook on their way up
stream from the Pacific Coast to
their mountain creek spawning
We made the four-day round
trip to Oregon's wild corner in
the white travel car of the Ore
gon State Motor association,
found fine accommodations all
along the way. fished both the
upper and lower Rogue and
brought home two tasty chi
nooks to prove it.
Guids RscommsnUed
Linked with the outside
world only by a forest service
trail, the middle Rogue country
Is the home of herds of black
tail deer, wild turkeys, cougars,
bobcats and bears. There are
tall stands of virgin Douglas fir.
redwoods and ponderosa pine,
too. But loggers stay away for
the same reason hunters do.
You can't get in or out of the
middle Rogue with much more
than you can carry on your
But you don't need to be a
first cousin to a mountain goat
to enjoy the Rogue's incom
parable fishing. You can drive
within a stone's throw of spots
where you can fish for some of
the world's fightingest steel
head and salmon.
What makes them that way?
A lazy fish couldn't live in the
turbulent Rogue, which has its
beelnnines hiffh in the Cascades
near Crater Lake and thunders
This hard-working anglsr fought nearly a half hour befors
landing a 20-pounder, fishing from floating salmon board at
Veasku inn. east of Grants Pass, at Savage Rapids dam.
Notice Is hereby Etven that thn lin-
(iemiaied has been duly appointed, by
the Probate Court of the Slate of Ore
Kn for the County of Morrow, admin
istratrix of the estlu? of KreH .T Mirh.
son. decejued. and has accepted such
trust All persons having claims against
tMtiu rniuie are nereuy required 10 pre
sent the same, with vouchers attached
to the administratrix, at the office of
J. O. Turner In Heppner, Oregon, with
in six months from the date of this
notice. Dated and first published this
8th day of July, 1048.
16"20 Administratrix.
The board of directors of School
District No. 1, Heppner, will re
ceive bids up to July 12, 1948, for
furnishing to the said district the
following automotive equipment:
One 2-passenger bus;
One 30-passenger bus, and
One 8-passenger all-metal sta
tion wagon.
Said vehicles must be equip
ped with bodies that conform
with regulations of the state of
Oregon governing school busses.
All bids must be made for each
vehicle separately.
forward all bids to Mrs. Tres
McClintock, Clerk of School Dis
trict No. 1, Heppner, Oregon, prior
to July 12, 1948, date of opening
of bids.
Mrs. Tress McClntock,
16 Clerk.
Highway 101. whicn hugs the
coastline most of the way.
It's cold out on the river at
5 a. m.. and we were glad we
wore extra sweaters. Tyro fish
ermen will do well to find a
guide, who will supply a boat,
outboard motor, tackle and ad
vice for about S20 a day.
Chinooks keep to the shal
lows near the banks when they
move up the swift Rogue, so we
anchored near shore and fished
close to the bottom with a
single spinner at the end of a
piano wire leader Spring-run
its way 250 miles downhill to salmon average about 22
the sea over jagged rocks and pounds, and you're in for a real
through deep canyons. tussle when one of these snags
You'll want a day to drive your hook and heads for the
down the Oregon coast to Gold fast water in midstream.
Beach, the first place we wet If you can stay an extra day
our fishing lines in the Rogue. In Gold Beach, a trip that
There's plcntv to see along U. S. shouldn't be missed is the 32-
i DAM. ord
Motorlog' map shows rout taken by AAA-Oregon Motor asso
ciation car oa four-day trip to Rogus river ii.hing district.
mile ride upriver in the mail
boat to Agness. Two veteran
rivermen. Lex Fromm and De
forest Sorber, hold the contract
to carry the U. S. mail to tiny
Agness. which can be reached
only by water except in the dry
season, when a tortuous, 66
mile logging road south from
Coquille becomes passable.
From Gold Beach it's only
five-hour drive around the
south end of the Siskiyou forest
to Grants Pass, halfway up the
A 20-mile side trip at Cave
Junction takes the tourist to
Oregon Caves, an underground
fairyland of vari-colored stalac
tites and stalagmites which
shouldn't be passed by.
Anglers in the Grants Pass
vicinity use "salmon boards" to
fish for the lordly Chinook.
These are finger piers sup
ported by floating oil drums
anchored out in the stream. The
rushing Rogue spins the spin.
1 ner. and all the fisherman has
to do ll fasten his rod firmly to
the pier and sit on the beach to
await developments. When the
reel- begins to scream and the
rod bends double, the fun be-
. gins! Once out in the swift cur
rent the salmon is boss, and the
fisherman may need to jump in
a handy rowboat and give
i chase if he hooks a big one that
I decides to head for the ocean.
Those who really like to
I rough it can take the thrilling
trip all the way down the
Rogue from Grants Pass to the
! mouth in white water boats
manned by veteran rivermen
who charge about $150 a head
for the trip.
How does It sound, Harley?
We'll be looking for you this
summer. Yours.
Washington Week
. n..Hii.-i " I
i trough for 16 years would be
They never gave It a thought
that he would mean that the tre
mendous duplication of effort,
the silly and useless bureaus, the
greatly over-manned agencies
would experience policies of ec
onomy. It never would occur to the New
Dealers that an efficient admin
istration could possibly get as
much work and service out of
the departments, bureaus and ag
encies with less personnel.
The frantic response of the New
Dealers to Gov. Dewey's warning
confirms a report made during
the last session of the 80th Con
gress that administration leaders
refused to meet expense cuts of
the Congress by reducing the
payroll they just cut services in
stead. That frantic response also con
firms the judgment of most peo-
Washington, D. C Gov. Thom
as t. uewey s nominauuii was
less than 48 hours old when the
fearful New Dealers began hiding
behind the false protective job
wall built up by the regime
which contemplated the elimin
ation of the two-party system In
this country.
In a typical Dewey manner, the
efficient New York governor stat
ed in his acceptance speech that
Washington could expect a
At once, the New Dealers rais
ed the clamor that most govern
ment workers are now under civil
service and no change of admin-
iutratinn rnllld preatlv reduce the
number of persons on the public l Pie that it is time for a change
So it comes to light from the
lips of the planners. They cloak
ed their security in legislation
and disregarded the welfare of
the nation.
The New Deal horded a payroll
of more than two millions of its
believers and has attempted to
say to 145,000,000 Americans:
"This cannot be changed."
It was only natural that the
New Dealers would interpret Gov.
Dewey's house -cleaning inten
tions to mean that identities of
those guzzling at the public
and time to save what is left of
our Republic.
, o
Among those spending the 4th
at Bend were Mr. and Mrs. Edison
Morgan and children, S. L. Wiles
and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon White.
Humphreys Drug Co.
Heppner, Oregon
Imn Climb
. ll lO into
Apricots are Ripe!!
B & H Mart
Located 1-2 mile West of
Umatilla on Hi way 730
News From
. A. Office
YOU CAN ALWAYS get brick Ice
cream at Yeager's. Order your
holiday supply early
Phone 1145,
Nutlfe Is hereby given tnnt tne un
dersigned was duly appointed by the
Probate Court ot the ijtute of Oregon
for Morrow County the AilnilnHtrittor
of the estate of LOLA B. McCABK,
dereftsed. slid all persons ImvInK
claims agalns the estate ot said de
ceased are hereby required to presnt
the same duly verified with proper vou
chers to the undersigned Administra
tor at lone, Orektoli or at the law office
of Jos. J. Nys, Heppner. Oregon, with
in six months from th data harsof.
Hated and first published tins 17th
day of Juno. 1!MS.
Tos .T NvH
Attorney for Administrator. 18-16
in tub county COURT oie THK
In the Mutter of the ESTATE of
Nollce Is hereby itlven. that nurmlant
to an order, made and entered In said
court, on the 11th day of June, 1948,
niithorlKinir Hnd dlrectlns: said adminis
trator to se 1 rem property or me estate
of Georire Carkhuff, the administrator
of said estate, mo uimersiKnea j. u.
Turner, will, on the 171 ll day or July,
1II4S, at the hour of S :IKI o'clock P. M
at Hie silo of the hereinafter described
property, In the City of lone. Morrow
County. OroR-on, offer for sale and sell
to the highest Mdder for cash In hand,
at public auction, the following describ
ed real property, to-wit:
The North Fifty (SO) feet of thi
offers these good buys
Used Cars and Trucks
1947 Ford Convertible
1947 Plymouth 5-
1947 Mercury 5-pass-
1940 Ford Tudor
1939 Ford Fordor
1947 C.O.E. L.W.B.
8:25 rubber; 2-speed
axle; low mileage
1942 Ford L.W.B.
with stake rack
1940 Vi-ton Ford pick-up
With crested wheat grass seed
seling from fifty t6 fifty-five
cents a pound and quite difficult
to obtain at that price. Morrow
county farmers might give some
thought to harvesting seed from
established fields of this grass
on their farms.
Checking for seed sets on sev
eral fields through the county, I
found that the fields vary con
siderably in the amount of seed
they will yield. However, at the
price of seed it is profitable to
harvest rather poor fields for
Time for harvest will vary in
the county in relation to other
crops. Many of the fields in the
lower country are ready for har
vest this week or will be early
next week. The fields in the up
per country will be ready in
about three weeks.
There is a ready market for
this seed and many of the fields
will produce from fifteen to thirty
dollars per acre of seed.
The crickets are on Or march
again! The past several days of
cooler weather has brought a de
cided migration of crickets into
the wheat crops adjoining the
rangeland in northern Morrow
county. In fact, several bands
have migrated as far south as the
Lexington-Jarmon highway for a
distance of about nine miles from
Butter creek past Sand Hollow.
Adults are beginning to lay
eggs now, and according to Har
vey Summers, supervisor, bureau
of entomology, there Is a real
threat of crickets for another year.
Mr. Summers states that the cric
kets are moving rapidly toward
the Blue mountains where con
ditions are ideal for them. If they
become established in the moun-
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tains to build up in numbers
there will be a greater threat
than ever before. Control meth
ods are far less effective and
more costly under mountain con
ditions. The bureau of entomology con
trol program under supervision of
Harvey Summers has been a very
successful one the past season.
However, the bureau program has
been one of controlling crickets
in hatching areas and it is im
possible for large scale baiting
in crop areas.
Some farmers are baiting crops
this week and others have baited
during the earlier cricket season
when more effective control is
possible. Bait and bait spreaders
have been available at the mix
ing station at Boardman during
the past several months. Farm
ers who wish to bait now will
have to obtain bait supplies and
batters at the bureau of entomol
ogy sheds at Walla Walla as the
program is being discontinued
this week at Boardman.
We have just received a supply
of new bulletins, "Money-Saving
Main Dishes," which are avail
able at this office for those in
terested. The bulletin contains
some very good recipes for cas
serole dishes and various ways of
using meat extenders.
Why don't you drop in at the
office for a copy of this bulletin?
Appointment of John C. Camp
bell as extension rural housing
specialist has been announced
by F. L. Ballard, associate direc
tor of the OSC extension service.
Ballard points out that many far
mers in the state are either build
ing or planning to build new
farm structures. Campbell's work
will be concerned with assisting
in rural housing activities.
Prior to accepting his new ap
pointment, Campbell was em
ployed by an architect In Everett,
Wash. He is a nattce of Kansas.
With the large wheat crop in
prospect many problems in stor
age are bound to come up. In fact
several farmers have called at
the office recently to discuss tem
porary storage and how it may
be provided.
Much of our grain will have
to be stored on the ground as it
now appears. However, before
this mode of storage is resorted
to, all possibilities of storage in
old abandoned houses and other
buildings on the farm should be
used. Many of these will need
reinforcement and carefuconsid
eration when filling with grain
if they are to hold up under the
strain exerted by the grain.
When ground storage is used a
level, well drained site should be
selected. All grass or stubble
should be mowed and removed.
If possible, it is best to use paper,
such as sisal kraft as a floor. The
grain should be piled in such a
way as to shed the rain and it is
preferable to use a tarp or other
waterproof material as a cover
ing. There are many ways of
providing temporary storage with
little loss of grain stored. The
county agent suggests that you
stop in at his office to discuss
temporary storage if you have
such a problem this year.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Northness
and daughter of Kalama, Wash
were week-end guests here at the
home of her brother-in-law and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Run
Chiropodist and Foot Specialist
has moved his office to
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