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    Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, June 1, 1950
Page 3
Dr. Roben Maaske
Addresses Class of
1950 at lone High
Graduation exercises were held
for the class of 1950 at the school
gym Thursday evening, May 25,
when the following program was
given: Processional, school band;
invocation, Rev. Alfred Shirley,
two numbers by the band,
"Dream Ship" and "Saskatche
wan"; presentation of the eighth
grade by their teacher, Mrs. Carl
Linn; presentation of eighth
grade displomas, Mrs. Lucy
Kodgers; instrumental solo, "So
lo de Concert," Janet Howton, ac
companied by Mrs. L. L. Howton;
salutatory, Robert Peterson; songs
by high school glee club, "You'll
Never Walk Alone" and "All the
Things You Are;" Miss Mary
Brackett presented Mrs. Rodgers
with a retirement pin. B. C. For
sythe presented the following
awards: Citizenship cup to the
class of 1950; citizenship plaque
to Lola Ann McCabe and Robert
Peterson; certificate of award for
speech, Robert Peterson; citizen
ship to Lola Ann McCabe,, schol
arship to Elise Bauernfeind;
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Tim Mesrft V sbAietautel CZl
journalism to Ronald Baker;
coach's trophy, boys, to Jimmy
Pettyjohn- .and coach's trophy,
girls, to Fern Jones.
Vocal solo, "Perfect Day," De
light Biddle, accompanied by
Mrs. C. C. Carmichael; valedic
tory, Patricia Drake; commence
ment address, "Forward We
Look," Dr. Roben J. Maaske, pres
ident of Eastern Oregon College
of Education. Presentation of the
class of 1950, Mr. Forsythe;
presentation of diplomas, Bearl
Akers, chairman of the school
board; benediction, Rev. Shirley
and recessional, Mrs. Cleo Drake.
The stage was decorated with
a miniature ship in the back
ground and a large white basket
of snowball and red peonies. A
reception and dance was neia
after the exercises. Cake and
punch were sered with Mrs. B.
C. Forsythe, Mrs. francis t-iy,
Mrs. Omar Rietmann and Mrs.
Carl Linn assisting.
Graduates were Joel nawara
Barnett, Robert Elmer Peterson,
Lola Ann McCabe, John William
Jepsen, Ruby Ann Rietmann
James C. Pettyjohn, Gerald Fred
erick Peterson, Patricia Gladys
Drake and Hazel Juanita Morgan.
Graduating from the eighth
grade were Arthur and Roy Llnd.
strom, Jerry Bristow- Kenneth
Brenner. Helen Salter, Janet
Howton, Arlene McKissick, Tom
my White, Duane Baker, Lee
Palmer, Robert Peterson, Darlene
Madden, Virginia Jepsen- Paul
Barnett and Beverly Carey.
The meeting of the HEC of
Willows grange was held on the
lawn at the Earl McCabe home
Friday afternoon. Plans were
made for a father and son ban
quet to be given at the grange
hall June 18 at 6:30 p.m. Clean
up day at the grange hall was
set for June 2 with sack lunch
at noon. The program, conducted
by Mrs. Ernest Heliker, consisted
of a reading on Mothers' day by
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Mrs. Hershall Townsend read an
article on pork; a Mother's day
quiz was given, james Lindsay
assisted Mrs. McCabe with the re
freshments, Mrs. Ida Coleman
won the guest prize.
The following oincers were in
stalled at an impressive cere
mony at a regular P-TA meet
ing Wednesday evening of last
week by Mrs. B. C. Forsythe:
President, Mrs. E. M. Baker; vice
president, Mrs. Franklin Ely;
secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Verner
Troedson. Mrs. Omar Rietmann,
retiring president, was presented
with a past president's pin. Mrs.
Korsytne presented each with a
corsage. Mrs. Francis Ely, retir
ing secretary-treasurer, was pre
sented with a corsage. Mrs. Baker
gave an excellent report on the
state P-TA convention in Port
land. Talks were also given by
Mrs. Forsythe. Jim Savage play,
ed a trombone solo- "Brahms
Lullaby" accompanied by Miss
Pauline Rankin and Janet How
ton played a piano solo, Seren
ade by Schubert. Mrs. Baker
thanked the people for their con
fidence in her by selecting her
president. She said she wanted
suggestions as well as criticism.
She read the poem, "If We Only
understood, ine iouowing cnair
men of committees were appoint
ed for the coming year: Program
Mrs. Noel Dobyns; music, Alan
Robertson; legislative, Garland
Swanson; social, Mrs. David
Rietmann; publicity, Mrs. Echo
Palmateer; magazines, Mrs. Vic
tor Rietmann; lunch rooom, Mrs.
E. M. Baker; membership, Mr.
Cleo Drake. A gavel was maue
for the P-TA by Ray Barnett.
Lunch was served by Mrs. David
Rietmann, Mrs. Gordon White
Mrs. G. Hermann and Mrs. C. E
Brenner. The tables were decorat
ed in a graduating class theme,
with caps, diplomas, etc.
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Over 30 men of the community
worked on the IOOF cemetery
Saturday. A potluck dinner was
served at noon at the lodge hall.
The Noel Dobyns are doing
some remodeling on the house
at the ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Matthews
of Roseburg are guests at the
home of his brother, wauace
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Carlson
and daughter spent the week-end
with relatives in northern Idaho.
Miss Alice Nichoson of Port
land spent the week-end with
her mother, Mrs. Edith Nichoson.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smouse
and family went to Portland Sat
urday after her mother, Mrs.
Ella Burgoyne.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Campbell
and family of Butter Creek were
here for the commencement ex
ercises. He is a brother of Mrs.
L. L. Howton.
Mr. and Mrs. William Burke
and three sons of Culver were
here Thursday evening for com
mencement. Mr. Burke formerly
taught here and is now teaching
at Culver.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Parker of
Dundee spent last week with her
brother, Cecil Thome.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nord of
Portland were week-end guests
at the Kay Barnett home. Mrs.
Nord is the mother of Mr. Barnett.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Peterson
and Miss Eunice Peterson of Cor
allis and Rod Kristad of Astoria
were week-end guests at the Os
car Peterson home.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ray and
Mrs. Bertha Ray of Hood River
were week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Dale Ray.
Crushed rock has been put on J
some of the streets and indvi
duals have bought some of the
rock for their driveways and in
front of their property.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Palmer
entertained the following at a
dinner Saturday evening: Mr.
and' Mrs. Carl Linn, Mr. and Mrs.
B. C. Forsythe, Mr. and Mrs.
Francis Ely, and Mr. and Mrs.
Alan Robertson.
E. S. Stultz- high school teach
er, lett for his home in Portland
Friday evening.
Miss Mary Brackett, English
teacher and girls' coach of the
high school, left for her home in
Kutus Sunday. Her brother, Fay
Brackett, and family came for
Miss Betty Ball of Arlington
spent a few days last week with
Mrs. Flint Resigns
Home Extension Job i
Mrs. Mabel Flint, county ex
tension agent in home economics
has resigned from the extension
staff of Oregon State college, ef
fective June 1- to Join her hus
band in Iowa.
Mr. Flint, who graduates from
Iowa State college in Ames, June
9, will join the Soil Conserva
tion staff at Audubon, Iowa, June
Mrs. Flint came to Morrow
county in September 1948 to su
pervise the home economics pro
gram within the county for adults
and 4-H club members. Exten
sion units were reorganized and
have carried a full program in
clothing, home furnishings and
nutrition. The 4-H club program
was more firmly established due
to a second agent's attention.
The new agent will cpme to
fill this vacancy during the sum
mer months in time to assist
with fair preparations and the
fall adult program.
Mrs. Emma Evans' drove up
from Portland Thursday of last
week to spend the memorial
week-end here. She has been in
Portland most of the time since
the beginning of winter.
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Ball. Mrs. Ball and Betty and
Ellis and Wayne Ball spent one
day last week in Pendleton and
Gene Glock and children of
Vancouver, Washington are visit
ing relatives here. Mr. ulock is
a cousin of the Rietmann broth
ers and a former resident here.
The social meeting of the Topic
club was held at the Oscar Lun
dell home Saturday afternoon.
Bridge and pinochle were play
ed. These winning prizes in
bridge were Mrs. Mary Swanson,
high and M. E. Cotter, low. Pin
ochle, Mrs. Charles O'Connor
high and Mrs. Omar Rietmann
low. The hostesses, Mrs. Milton
Morgan and Mrs. Lundell served
refreshments. The next study
meeting will be at the Charles
Carlson home June 2.
Dates to remember: June 1
Rebekah meeting at 8 p.m. June
2 Clean-up day at Grange hall,
study meeting of Topic club at
home of Mrs. cnaries carison.
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Laboratory Site
Assurances that Eastern Ore
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with other parts 01 me counuj,
as a Dossible site for the $11,-
000,000 Army Quatermaster Corps
Research Laboratory have been
obtained by Congressman Lowell
Stockman of Oregon from the Re.
search and Development Board of
the Department of. Defense.
The laboratory which has been
authorized by the 81st Congress.
will be used for researcn ana de
velopment in the field of chemi
cals and plastics; environmental
protection ot man; pnysics, di-
ology, and chemistry; textiles,
clothing and footwear, ana me
chanical products.
It is estimated mat approxi
mately 700 persons will be em
ployed by the facility and that
the project will require from 8
to 15 acres of ground, together
with the availability of 7,000
9,000 KW of electrical energy;
and cooling water from streams,
rivers or bodies of fresh water
amounting to 4,000 to 11,000
g.p.m. for extended periods of
time for the condensing equip
ment. Site proposals will be consider
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erty and government owned
lands and buildings. The Board
states it is considered desirable
to avoid highly industrialized
areas, but the locality selected
should be in vicinity of popula
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schools for employees and their
families, as well as hotels and
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persons. Consideration will De .
given to the matter of a cultural
environment suitable for person
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fic attainments. While nearness
to Washington, D. C. is also con
sidered desirable, the Board has
assured Congressman Stockman
that they will consider impartial
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representative stockman states
he will be glad to send anyone
full information for use as a
guide in preparing proposals for
the location of this project in any
town in h.astern Oregon, and tnat
August 1, 1950, is the deadline for
submitting of such information
to the Site Selection Committee
of the Research and Development
Fruit and vegetable producers
of Oregon will participate in
three statewide meetings spon
sored by the Oregon farm bureau.
Porter Taylor, of Chicago, nation,
al fruit and vegetable expert and
director of the fruit and vegetable
department of the American farm
bureau federation will be on
hand to assist in formulating a
state program.
.The first meeting will be jn
Salem at the Oregon farm bureau
building on Thursday, June 8.
The meeting will be on the prob
lems of fruit, berries, nuts and
The second meeting will be at
the Redmond hotel in Redmond
on Friday, June 9. The meeting
will be primarily concerned with
the vegetable problem.
The third meeting will be at
the Blue Mountain Prune Grow
ers building at Milton on Sat
urday, June 10 and will concern
the processing of fruits and veg
etables. All meetings are scheduled for
1:30 p.m.
Mrs. Clarence Barton of Coquil
le and her mother, Mrs. Jack
McCullough of Portland were
among relatives coming from a
distance to attend commence
ment for the class of 1950, Hepp.
ner high school Friday evening.
Their particular interest was Mrs.
McCul lough's grand niece, Fran
cine Hisler, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Hisler. Mrs. Barton,
the former Mae Groshens of
Heppner, Is proprieor of a wo
men's dress shop in Couquille.
Mrs. R. J. Stephens and sons
were up from The Dalles to spend
the week-end with husband and
father. Heppner's city work su
perintendent and engineer.
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