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Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon, Dec. 2, 1 948
Wedding Comes as
Surprise to Friends
By Elsa M. Leatl ;s
The Army Air corps nvruitor
was here from Portland Pjnday
morning to get Frank Phillips
who had enlisted in the air corps
last month. He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. G. R. Phillips.
Charlene Rood and Kelsey Col-
lini surprised their many friends
when they were quietly married
at Pendleton on Thanksgiving
day. Mrs. Collins is the daugh
ter of Walter Rood of Elgin, for
merly of Heppner, and Helen
Williams of Hermiston. Mr. Col
lins is from Missouri, but has
been employed by the Kinzua
Pine Mills for a long time. They
plan to make their home here.
Dr. Atwood returned to Kinzua
Sunday from Eugene where he
had been visiting his wife and
Joe Wodin, manager and own
er of the roller skates, gave all
the proceeds of Friday night's
skating to the grade school to
apply on the unpaid balance of
the projector purchased last year.
Lyle Ostrander, Lester Halver
son went to Heppner Saturday
night to take a degree in the
Royal Arch Masons. Clay Phil
lips and Harlan Schroeder also
Carl Coleman left the middle
of the week for southern Califor
nia where he plans to spend the
winter. He visited his brother. A.
B. and wife at Oroville. Mrs.
Coleman plans to join him at San
Diego soon after the new year.
Carl Jr. will remain here to com
plete his year of high school.
Fred Shell and family moved
to Fossil this week. He and Mrs.
Delbert Folston leased the Cof
fee Cup restaurant and have it
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sasser and
son came to Kinzua Wednesday
from Eugene to visit his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sasser. The
Harold Sassers are newly mcr-
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J. B. Snyder
No. 11 North Court Street Heppner
HORSE or RIDER
ried, and were returning from
their honeymoon in California.
Elvin Jones of Redmond came
to Kinzua Thursday to spend
Thanksgiving with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones of Wet
more. Upon arrival here, he
found them away, so he spent
the day with his -aunt and uncle,
Mr. and Mrs. Claud England.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Shanafelt,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shanafelt and
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Shanafelt, all
of Hermiston, and Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Thorington and Bobby of
Portland spent Thanksgiving
with the Shanafelt boys' mother,
Mrs. O. D. Baker. Mrs, Thorington
is a daughter of Mrs. Baker.
Joan Adams was painfully in
jured Thursday evening when
she was returning from Fossil
where she and several other
young people had been decorat
ing a room for the carnival. The
lights on the car went out and
they ran into a car parked on
the highway. Joan was cut about
the face and under her chin, re
quiring seven stitches to close
the wound, and her tongue was
cut badly. She was given blood
transfusion at Fossil. Joan is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan
Adams, and is a freshman in
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lewis of
Bend were week-end visitors of
Mr. and Mrs, O. D. Baker. Mrs.
Lewis and Mrs. Baker are sisters.
Mr. Lewis was first aid man at
the hospital for several years.
Mrs. Kinard McDaniel returned
to Kinzua Sunday after spending
some time at Lonerock taking
care of her grandson who has
been quite ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clark of Lew
iston, Idaho, were visiting here
with Ethel Mitchell and her son
Lee Roy. Mrs. Clark and Ethel
are sisters. They went from here
to visit at Camas, Wash. Mrs.
Mitchell and son accompanied
tnem, returning Saturday eve
Vern Perry went to The Dalles
bunday where he will undergo an
! operation on his elbow. Mr. Perry
injured ai camp a over a
The Kinzua and Fossil high
school girls presented their one
act comedy play at Kinzua Mon-
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Top Honors to Oregon 4-H'ers
IN recognition of their outstanding records in 1948 National 4-H
Dairy Foods Demonstrations, Home Grounds Beautiflcatlou, Leader
ship and Meat Animal programs, eight Oregon club members will re
ceive awards of merit. The winners and brief outlines of their records
Donna Richard l Joyca Kuanil Chattar Charlotta
Wiadarkatir Larkin Hughion Smudla
For her work in club and com
munity leadership, Donna Wieder
kehr, 18, of Jefferson, has b?en
named sectional winner In the
1948 National 4-H leadership pro
gram. For the last fire years
Donna has been leader of a local
club in which cooking, canning,
troien foods, sewing and child
care projects were carried. She
hu glren 63 demonstrations,
mostly on canning, clothing and
cooking. She also has given 408
talks in club, community and
school meetings and over the
radio. In addition she has written
1,015 news stories on 4-H meet
ings, tours, camps and special
Tents. Donna received an all-expense
trip to the National 4-H
Club Congress provided by Ed
ward Foss Wilson, Chicago meat
Winner of a State award, Rich
ard L. Larkin, 19, of Monroe,
erred for two years as president
of his county 4-H Club, for four
years as president of the county
club, and for the past five years
as leader of his local club which
carried projects in sheep, hog and
beef-cattle raising, and in forestry.
He has made 64 4-H talks in club,
community and school meetings,
and over the radio. Richard re
ceives a 17-jewel gold watch as a
reward for his many leadership
Another State winner, Marjorie
Zeller of Brockway, also won a
What he learned about livestock
raising, feeding, showing and mar
keting, has won Chester Hughson,
19, of Albany, recognition as the
sectional winner in the 1948 Na
tional 4-H Meat Animal program.
Chester now has a herd of 100
ewes, and this year fed and mar
keted 127 head of swine and
raised two beet calves. He says:
"I have found that it pays to raise
good registered livestock." He has
raised all his own grain to feed
the livestock. Chester, in club
work eight years, has much ex
perience in judging livestock and
has served as junior leader of
his club for six years. As recog
nition of these achievements,
Rosamary Dall and Ganaviava Nalion
Thomas E. Wilson, Chicago, pro
rides Chester with an all-expense
trip to the National 4-H Club Con
gress. Work she did to beautify her
homestead won Charlotte Smudla,
16, of Portland, top State honors
in the 1943 National 4-H Home
Grounds Beautificatlon program.
Charlotte's first effort three years
ago was a 10 x 40 foot rose gar
den. She planted Paul- scarlet
climbing roses at the white arch
ways and trellises, and used white
alyssura borders around the rose
beds. She added more rose beds
combined with dahlias, iris,
petunias and fuchsia. Her roses
won several first awards. She was
leader of her club and also served
as president, vice-president, sec
retary and county corresponding
secretary. In recognition of her
4-H achievements, Charlotte has
been awarded a 17-jewel gold
watch provided by Mrs. Charles R.
Oregon winners in the 1948 Na
tional 4-H Dairy Foods Demon
strations program are (individual)
Joyce Kuenzi, 16, of Salem, and
(team) Rosemary Dell, 15, and
Genevieve Nelson, 16, both of Port
land. Joyce demonstrated "Maca
roni Loaf," and the team's dem
onstration was "Dairy Foods." The
purpose of these demonstrations
is to learn the value of dairy prod
ucts as food, to demonstrate .to
others how to prepare such dishes
and to gain experience in public
speaking. For these achievements
Carnation Company has provided
17-jewel gold watches to the three
All of these activitfes are conducted under the direction of the Exten
sion Servi-e of the State Agricultural College and USDA cooperating.
An Evening of Entertainment
awaits you at Lexington School House
beginning at 6 p.m.
FRIDAY EVENING, DEC. 3
Chicken dinner at 6 o'clock . . . Home
Taent program at 8 o'clock. Proceeds
go toward Christmas treats for chil
dren of community.
Admission for Dinner and Program :
Adults $1.00 Children 50c
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$1.00 per Person
day evening, also a radio pro
gram that was written and broad
cast by many of the high school
boys and girls. The proceeds are
for the Junior-senior banquet
Miss Lillian Schott spent
Thanksgiving vacation at her
home here from the U. of O. at
Eugene. She returned to school
Lewis Wetzel, pastor of the
community church here, under
went an operation at The Dalles
last Monday. He is expected to be
home this week.
Jessyln Phillips has been ill
with the flu but has returned to
work at the store.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moore and
children left Saturday to spend
the week end with Mr. Moore's
father, Emmet Moore near The
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Galyean
and daughter spent pari of the
past wee kin Los Angeles visiting
and planned to visit Owen H.
Leathers Jr., Norvin Adams and
Keith Osborn, in the navy, sta
tioned at San Diego, before re
turning home. Mr. Galyean is
logging boss on Chapin creek
near Hardman. Mrs. Galyean is
employed at the KPM office.
Electric Tec. 3G Fred Sargent
from the USS Dixie at San Diego,
Cal., was in Kinzua a shoft time
visiting at the Harlan Adams
home Saturday. He had been on
leave visiting his mother, Mrs. S.
Troxel at Pendleton. Fred and
Mr. and Mrs. Troxel lived at Kin
zua for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fatland were
visiting at the Joe Schott home
Saturday. Both are students at
the U. of O. Mrs. Fatland was
Carolyn Coleman before her mar.
nage in September.
A party of high school girls
from Condon were looking over
the factory here Tuesday. They
were shown around by Homer
Davis. They were his sister,
Blanche Davis, Ellen Webb, Jean
Dyer and Verla Rauch.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud England
were attending to business in
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Merritt and
son arrived In Kinzua from Ar
lington, Wash., Sunday p.m. They
are visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Harlan Adams. Mr. Mer
ritt will work at the factory.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Adams and
family returned home from Port
land after spending Thanksgiv
Bob Gabrialson of Oroville,
Cal., visited here briefly on Wed
nesday. Mrs. Dunn and daughter Eu
lene were visiting the past week
at Santa Rosa. Cal.
Red and Myrtle Lear of, Port
land were house guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Harlan Schroeder over
the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Brisbois
and family spent Thanksgiving
at Spray and returned Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Claud England
spent Thanksgiving at Mayville
with Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hoskins
and daughter Betty Anne of
Prlneville were house guests over
the week end with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Mathews of
Bend were visiting Mrs. Math-
Newest 4-H club leader in Mor
row county is Vernon Munkers,
Lexington. Mr. Munkers was se
lected as leader by the Heppner
Lexington sheep club at their
first meeting of the year. This
was held at the Alex Hunt ranch
on Sunday, November 28.
Officers of the club, elected at
this meeting, are: President, Skip
Ruhl; vice-president, Sally Pal
mer; secretary, Joan Wilson, and
reporter, Jean Marie Graham.
Their next meeting will be De
cember 12 at the Cornett Green
home in Heppner.
Livestock members are show
ing much Interest in the Morrow
County 4-H Livestock Mutual Aid
association organized last year
to give some protection from 4-H
livestock death losses. Applica
tions to date this club year have
been received from the following
club members: Rieta Graves, ;
steers; Betty Graves, 1 steer; Du
ane Graves, Ronald Baker, ;
steers and 2 ewes; Mardine Bak
er, 1 ewe.
Many more club members are
expected to make application for
protection of their club animals.
4-H club members starting fat
animals on feed for the Eastern
Oregon Wheat League 4-H show
at The Dalles must keep in mind
a few requirements of this show.
First, all calves must be on feed
by December 1. Rules of the
wheat league show require that
the grain rations fed to these
Several thousand beef calves
in Lake, Morrow and Grant coun
ties have been or will soon be
vaccinated under the official
state program for control of bru
cellosis. The work in these three
counties, where no official eoun.
ty veterinarian is located, is be
ing done by veterinarians of the
state dpeartment of agriculture
at the request of the respective
Dr. William Hayden spent the
latter part of November in Mor
row county in connection with
this program. Dr. M. E. Loiler is
concluding vaccinations in Grant
county this and next week, and
when this work is completed
around 2,500 to 3,000 calves on
Grant county farms will have
First vaccinations in Lake
county will get under way De
cember 14, reports M. E. Knicker.
bocker, chief of the department's
! division of animal husbandry.
The Initial round in Lake county
will see vaccination of about J200
calves. Dr. Hayden will handle
the Lake county assignment.
calves must be at least 50 per
cent wheat. That is the grain
ration for the feeding period must
average 50 per cent wheat; it
may start with less than 50 per
cent wheat but the wheat shall
be increased until an average of
50 per cent or more wheat is
reached for the feeding period.
ORECON FRUITS, NUTS
CLEAR BORDER STATIONS
Oregon residents making holi
day trips into California need
have no hesitation in taking ap
ples. Dears and nuts tn their
friends and relatives there. This
is the word from the Oregon de
partment of agriculture, which
advises that California horrter
stations will pass these commod-
mes. or course, any commercial
quantity of such commodities go
ins into California must nas
California standardization re-
But a bushel or so of apples,
Dears or nuts taken from flwonn
or Washington into California by
tourists will have clear sailing.
No inspection in Oregon prior to
loading them into he family car
The department also issues its
seasonal reminder that no in
spection is necessary on holiday
greenery packages holly, mis
toe and similar greenery items
being shipped by Oregon famil-
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ews parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Dickeson over Thanksgiving.
Esten Stevens was attending to
business at Condon Saturday.
Miss Dottie Hoover spent
Thanksgiving at her home near
here from Portland. She will re
turn to school on Sunday after
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Armstrong
left Thursday morning for Van
couver, Wash., where they will
look after their business, return
ing on Tuesday.
Mrs. Jack Sitton and children
spent Thanksgiving day at Spray
with her mother, Mrs. Steagall,
and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Jobe and
son of Pendleton and Mr. and
Mrs. Archie Gubser and daughter
of Condon spent Thanksgiving at
the home of Mr. Jobe's and Mrs.
Gubsen's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Warren Jobe. The Tommy Jobes
will return to their home on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Graham
and family went to The Dalles
Thursday morning to spend the
day with Mrs. Mary Graham, Mr.
Graham's mother, and their son
Dick who returned home with
them. He'll return to school on
Lillian Searcy went to Condon
Wednesday evening to spend
Thanksgiving with her mother,
Mrs. H. High and brother Burl.
She will return Sunday.
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