The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, June 24, 1926, Image 1

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    The Herald Keeps Close to the Heart and Mind of the Umatilla Project.
VITAL CHANGES ARK
D i COURSE OP BEING
REALIZED HERE. ARE
YOG ALIVE TO THEM?
Stye Wrmtsfcnt Wralh
VOL. I X
HERMISTON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1926
PORTLAND PLEDGES AID
IN SECURING SETTLERS
IONE WINS FROM
LOCALS BY 5 TO 4
STRAW, DIRECTOR. BROWNSON
CLERK, NAMED AT MEETING
. a IRY CATTLE AND
LAYING HENS ARE
PAYROLL MAIERS
POR PROJECT FARMERS
»1*
NO. 42
Dr, Mead not to DANA ENTHUSIASTIC
BIG INCREASE IS
Include Umatilla
ABOUT IRRIGATION
SHOWN IN TURKEYS On His Itinerary
H. M. Straw was elected to the
office of member of board of edu­
cation of school district No. 1.4 at
FIRST DEFEAT OT SEASON IS the annual meeting held Monday ABOUT 5,000 TO BE SOLD HERE
PORTLAND EDITOR PREDICTS
afternoon in the school building. R.
Commissioner of Reclamation Decides
SUFFERED
O. Brownson was elected clerk of tbe
THIS YEAR
BIG GROWTH
board to succeed himself.
Not to Come Here On
LATO SETTLEMENT BOOT WILL
Keogh of Boardman Proves Tough
Mr. Straw succeeds H. M. Schill­ Grading and Dressing to be Done
Time Not Far Distant When A n u
Western Trip.
DO EVERYTHING POSSIBLE
ing. The meeting was attended by
For Irrigators ; Ea;h Twirler
On
Project
This
Fall,
Clarence
less than a dozen people.
In Irrigation Will Beat
TO HELP
Allows 8 Hits.
Dr. Elwood Mead, director of re.
Carson Says.
Wheat Bett-
clamatlon, will not visit tbe Uma­
♦ ♦ « - » « « ‘» « « « « ♦ « ♦ « A A
After
tasting
of
victory
for
13
tilla project on his tour of govern-
UMATILLA WOMAN IS NAMED AS
Districts of Morrow and
Community Must Co-operate With straight games during the season the
Approxlmately 5,000 turkeys will ment projects, according to a news
That tbe time Is coming ln the not
< 8 8 < 8 < 4 < 4 .4 4 > 4 > 4 .«
Umatilla Counties are Visited
Hermiston Irrigators had the ex­ MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD IN be finished on the Umatilla project 8iory carried In the Oregonian in distant future when the Irrigated
Portland in Getting Results,
in
the
Hermiston
district
for
the
perience of retiring from the field
its issue of Monday, June 21. The farms of Umatilla county w ill pro­
By Delegations Sunday.
Sunday with defeat as their lot. The SPIRITED
. Manager Said.
ELECTION,
110-70 holiday trade this fall, Recording article bore a Washington, D. C., duce much more wealth annually
to an estimate made by Clarence Car- date line.
trick was turned by the snappy Ione
than the wheat belt was the pre­
* f .. * ♦ . ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ son, one of the large breeders ofj
team,
aided
and
abetted
by
one
After
four
years
of
trying
On
the
Tbe necessity for shortening his diction made Monday night by Mar­
‘‘We will "be glad to send you
proepective settlers, and you can
Some of the ways In which bust- clever young twirler Keogh from part of women of Umatilla a woman birds. Production this season will Itinerary wag the reason given ln shall N. Dana, of Portland, associate
count on our fullest co-operation In neas rnen ln Hermiston and farmers Boardman. The score waj 5 to 4. was elected to the school board there be about three times as great as last the newspaper story for Dr. Mead’s editor of the Oregon Journal, ln a
action in deciding not to vleit the talk before tbe Pendleton Commercial
the matter of settling your lands." on tbe Pr°Ject may be ot assistance The game was a post reason one and ln the election held Monday after year, he predicted.
While the season has been late tor project. He will be in Portland association and guests from other
The successful candidate
In the above words Whitney L. to thp Iand seetlement committee of was one of the fastest contests play­ noon.
was Mrs. Miriam McKenzie, former turkey breeders, due largely to cool about an hour between trains, and parts of Umatilla and Morrow coun­
Boise, chairman of the land settle- ,he Portland Chamber of Commerce ed on the local lot this season.
Each team got eight hits, Coch­ school teacher and mother of three nlghtg during the spring, losses of aside from that brief stop will not ties. The program at Pendleton
raent committee of the Portland ,n securing new settlers were related
young birds have been light on an devote any of his tour to Oregon.
Chamber of Commerce pledged to the by " •
Ide> manager of land set- ran of Ione leading his mates with children.
Monday evening marked the don-
Mrs. McKenzie received 110 votes. average, and breeders are feeling
His tour is being made for the pur cluslon of the two days spent in this
land settlement forces of Umatilla tlfment work, In the talk h e made three bingles, and Woodward of
county the aid of the Portland body at ,he dlnner Sunday evening here. Hermiston got the same number. The Jes8 Conell. retiring member of the optimistic about the season's opera­ pose of securing pictures on recla­ part of the state by the land settle­
mation projects showing the progress ment committee of the Portland
In a speech made Sunday evening in
"I thlnk 1 can safe'y “ X that 7 °“ locals were able to slap the ball times board, received 70 votes, and the tions.
Present plans are to ship the that has been made possible by the Chamber of Commerce.
the meeting held to the Hotel Her- have 8Old us on the Possibilities of enough, but Keogh had enough on it name of W. T. Lambert was written
mlston by the local commercial club. your country, Mr. Ide said. “You to prevent the slaps counting for In twice. The polls were open from birds out of Hermiston ln graded car- work of the government in reclaim­
Mr. Dana used Yakima county in
2 until 6 o’clock, and the members lots. Professional dressers will be ing arid Iand.
The speech by Mr. Boise and talks! mU8t bear in m,nd- however, that we hits.
Washington and Its production as
Ione got two ln the lnitlaj Inning of the election board were Mrs. sought to come here, and the birds
by others, both local men and those 1an no^. a*d you un'e8s you lend us
an example of tbe possibilities that
from Portland, brought td an end tbe , ^-operation by following up on the on bingles by Cochran and W. Relt Alice Nugent, chairman; Miss Reeves will be graded and dressed locally NEW LAND OWNERS PLAN
may be expected from irrigated land.
If a suitable location tor such work
activities of a full day that started in<iuirie» that we send you from man. They added two more in the and Mrs. Llewellyn, clerks.
Yakima county is sufficiently small
third when Woodward's control went
BIG SCALE POULTRY RANCH in area that Umatilla county could
A reception and banquet ln honor can be secured, Mr. Carton stated.
Sunday morning at 7:30 at Board- Pro8Pect've settlers.”
man, took the Portland visitors and
Llsta of Prospective settlers are galley west temporarily, and again in o f Mrs. McKenzie Is being planed It Is expected that about four solid
‘‘swallow it without knowing It had
Ford Bros, of Wenatchee Buyers Of a meal,” the speaker said.
by Mrs. Nugent who Is president of carloads will be shipped.
delegations from other towns in fient to vari°U8 communities every the sixth they put one over.
Hermiston scored one ln the first, the Umatilla Women’s club.
Due to the fact that hens started
northern Morrow and western U m a-|acek ’ be 8,aie(i. an<i it is the work
Yet In 1926 the gross agricultural
Part of E. P. Dodd Ranch
Mrs. McKenzie is the first woman laying later than usual, the young
tllla counties and the land settle-[of the community to see that the another In the fourth and two in
production of the Washington county
ever to serve on the Umatilla dis­ birds are not so far advanced as
Here.
was In excess of «50,000,000. Uma­
ment group of the Pendleton Com- person8 wbo have »hown an interest the seventh.
they are in normal years, and pres­
Box score and summary:
trict board.
merclal association through Board-' in a cer?aln district be given Infor­
tilla ceunty's total assessed valua­
ent Indications are that the Her­
Hermiston
AB R H PO A E
m a l Irrigon. Umatilla and Stanfield! matlon about the lands available,
tion ln the same year was »55,000,-
The establishment of another big
miston crop will be largely shipped
0 0 FORMER HERMISTONlANS
and Hermiston districts.
i Oran‘8 PaS8> Ro8eburg and other Smith, 2nd ____ 5 1 1 2
000. In Umatilla county 500,000
poultry plant on the project has been
during the Christmas season.
6 1 0
Prominent Men Attend
' Ore*
communities have organised Jones. 1st ------- 4 2 0
acres are given over1 to grain pro­
assured
by
reason
of
the
purchase
HAVE REUNION IN PORTLAND
“It’s too early, however, to say
0
The tour was made for the purpose t0 do fol,ow UP work, and there Is a Blakely. 3rd ...... 4 0 1 1 0
duction, the gross return from which
that this will be the case,” Mr. Car- by ford Bros, of Wenatchee, Wash­ this year is expected to be about »8,-
4 1 2
of acquainting the visitors with just nei'eas'ty that the same work he done Voyen, ss _______ 5 0 0
ington-
of
a
part
of
the
E.
P.
Dodd
Picnic
Held
Sunday
in
Laurelhurst
son said. “Much depends on thfj
Shook, cf --------- 2 0 0
2 0 0
000,000. The county has 60,000
what the Irrigated lands of the dls- here.
kind of market we have. The ordi­ ranch. The Washington men have acres under Irrigation with a gross
2 0 0
trict produce, how they look and! He 8UKKe8ted the necessity of send- Mitt leadorf, I f __ 4 0 1
Park; Affair to Be Ob­
nary family does not want to spend closed a deal for 276 acres.
1 3
2 3 1
yield of about «4,000,000. Th* net
what they offer to prospective set-1
ou' Phamplets truthfully descrlb Woodward, p rf .. 4
served Annually-
They expect to move here In labor Income from the wheat land
more
than five or six dollars for a
lng
the
land,
using
big
road
signs
Phelps,
rf
p------
3
0
1
0
0
0
tiers. All of the members of the
turkey for Thanksgiving or Christ September and will bring 600 pullets
4 0 1
8 0 2
Portland committee expressed them­ Inviting tourists to Investigate the Hiatt, c ............
Former Hermistonians now resid­ mas. If the price is high, the trade as ths beginning of their flock. They will run about »2,000,000, the game
district
and
then
having
the
com-
selves as being well pleased over the
ing in Portland or that vicinity held calls tor a small, fat bird, so It may will erect buildings this fall and are figure given for the Irrigated land.
Totals........ 35 4 8 27 5 5
The storage of water in McKay
elghts they saw. Those here from ’muni‘y hack up this work by every
a reunion Sunday In Laurelhurst be that we will do the bulk of our planning a 2,000 hen poultry plant.
Ione—
Portland Included, besides Mr. Boise, individual co-operaing ln treating
reservoir will Increase the Irrigable
park, Portland, to renew old ac­ shipping at Thanksgiving. If the
The
cc-iBldeistlon
is
said
to
have
chairman, Marshall N. Dana, asso- visitor8
a friendly, courteous man­ A. Cochrqn, ss .... 5 1
1
quaintance. Luncheon wasj served price Is low, it looks now as if a been approximately »20,000. Mr. area from 50,000 to 70,008 aeree,
Esselstyne, c f __4
0
1
d a te editor of the Oregon Journal, ner’
at 1 o’clock, and a very pleasant day big part of our birds will be held Dodd secured some wheat land near Mr. Dana declared, and thus offer
O. Reitman, 1st .. 4 1
the opportunity for vastly tncre«»-
Values Must Be Right
12
E. E. Faville, editor of the Western
was enjoyed. It was voted to mak over until Christmas,”
Wenatchee as a part of the deal. He
In an eloquent talk that was W. Reitman, 3d.. 4 3
ing production ln the Irrigated sec­
0
Farmer, and chairman of the mar­
the picnic an annual affair.
A majority of local farmers who plans to develop the remainder of tions.
9
keting committee of the Portland roundly applauded, Marshall N. Hoskins, « ....... 4 •
Among those who attended Were are raising turkeys have small his ranch here.
2
The growing pf grain and the
Chamber of Commerce, W. G. Ide, ini Dana, president of the Umatilla Rap- Brlston, If ........ 4 0
the following:
patches of grain on their places
charge of land settlement work, and lds association, and associate editor Drake, rf ...¿........ 2 0
growing
of cultivated'¿tops he stat­
0
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Heinl, Wilson­ which they expect to feed, so that
EIGHT HERMISTON PLAYERS DO ed are fundamentally supplementary.
C. C. Gignoux, agricultural specialist of tbe Oregon Journal, declared that Eubank, rf ........ 2 1
0
ville; Mrs. Augusta R. Cressy, Port­ finishing ln most cases will be
for the Union Pacific system.
; prlces of 'and must be kept down to Keogh, p ........... 4 0
1
‘‘To take care of these new acres
land; R. W. Gilbraith, Portland; done right on the project.
300 OR BETTER BATTING IN that will be available for watdt,
The meeting here followed a.W gj the values justified by their produe- Davjdaon. 2nd,... 4 0
1
Mrs. F. H. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Many turkey flocks Include from
dinner at Hotel Hermffeton at w hich!,lvlty’ Balanced farming, he said.
Umatilla and Morrow copntlee should
W. Campbell, Portland; Mr. and
«0 covers were laid. At Boardman!:s an absolute necessity.
Totals........37 5 8 27 11 2 Mrs. S. R. Shelleday, Portland; Mr. 25 to 100 birds. Some are muoh PRESENT SEASON TABLE SHOWS secure as soon ns possible an addi­
“I wish you would think of Port­
Earned runs, Hermiston 1, Ione 1; and Mrs. L. S. Irvin and family, larger. Among those growers who
tional 1,000 families to settle op the
at the A. E. Porter radch at the noon
Of the four players who have been lands,” the speaker said. ’’’Umatilla
land
as
a
big
service
agency
to
serve
first
on balls, off Woodward 3, off Portland; Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Bow­ are in the business on a large scale
hour a big community plenic dinner
was served to more than 400 people. you and your in tercets along with Keogh 3; left on bases, Hermiston man and daughter Ruth, Portland; ar„ the following and the approxi­ 11» the lineup tor all 13 games play­ county must either settle these lands,
The table around which the company tho8e of tbe remainder of the state,” 9. Ione 10; first base on errors, Ione Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor, Her­ mate number of turkeys they are ed by the Hermiston Irrigators, Mlt- or else be marked by failure. There
tleisdorf, gardener In the left, has Is no alternative. There is so much
was seated was 240 feet long an d!the speaker »aid- "That is what we 1, Hermiston 3; two base hits, Eu­ miston; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wright, raising:
Walter Botkin. 1100; G. G. Smith, the highest batting average, accord­ at stake that the settlers must he
was placed in a shady lane, bordered are attemPtIng to do and be. Our bank and Woodward; struck out, by George A. Ellison, F. R, Harrison
on either side by locust trees. The interests are Intertwined, and I hqpe Wqodward 7, by Keogh 10; passed and sons, Raymond and Howard, I. 000; H. K. Bunker, 600; Clarence ing to the computations made by W. secured, or else the country aa a
Warner, scorer. Shipley who whole will stand to be marked as
fruits produced ln the district, lots that one result of this visit w lllb e balls, Hiatt 2; hit by pitcher, Wood­ Bdaverton; Mrs. W. A. Correll and Carson, 2,000; W. A. Mlkesell, 300?
Umpires, Matott and daughter, Josephine; Mrs. Jane T. J. T. Embry, 125; Mr. Logan, 176; played two games leads tbe whole having failed.”
fried chicken and other edibles t0 e8tab»8b it» your minds the Idea ward 1.
Mrs. F. L. Jewett, 200. On Butter group with an average of .444, J.
Mr. Dana Is president of the Uma­
were served ln bounteous measure that Portland and her facilities are Johnson. Scorer, Pierce.
Wells, Portland; Howard Parrish,
ereek there are several flocks. In­ Todd who played nine games Is sec­ tilla Rapids association, and In a
at the big dinner. Sam Boardman yours for the using.
Portland; Mrs. Elizabeth Stone,
cluding those of Gaylord Madison ond with .371 to his credit. Out of brief part of his speech devoted to
Yakima Ships Lambs
presided for the program following
Mrs. Nina B. Adams and Mrs. Vada
tbe 20 who have worn the Hermis­ that project he stated that prospects
STRONG-JARMON
the noon picnic dinner and introduc­
Spokane, Wash., June 24— The M. Strohm, Portland; Mr. and Mrs. 400, and J. B. Saylor, 300.
ton uniform In action thia season are that vigorous effort to see It
ed the Portland speakers who made
first shipment of Yakima valley F. J. Thomas; MI sb Mary B. Out­
eight have achieved batting records built and the great dream of expan­
A beautiful wedding was solemn­ lambs to Chicago were made recently wits, Portland; Mr. and Mrs. George FIRST NATIONAL LAUNCHES
abort addresses.
of .300 or better. The "si is as sion realized that It will make possi­
ized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. when 10,000 were loaded on a spec­ T. Root and daughters; Mrs. Fred
Local Men Talk
NEW SAVINGS DEPARTMENT follow*:
ble.
At the Hermiston meeting, Presi­ P. Jarmon on Butter creek Sunday, ia l 38-Car Northern Pacific train. Whiting, Portland; and Mrs. Bertha
Batting averages, June 12, 1926:
E. E. Favllle, editor of the West­
dent McKenzie extended to all the June 20, when their daughther, Anna The net value of these to the grower Barmore, Portland.
Oames AB Hits Aver ern Farmer, chairman of the agri­
visitors the welcome of the Hermis­ Beryl, became the bride of Horace wi« estimated at »100.000. This
A
savings
account
department
has
Shipley ......... 2
4
.444 cultural marketing committee of
9
ton Commercial club and assured the Thomas Strong of San Jacinto, Call year’s Yakima valley crop is placed
Houses are Robbed
been Instituted 'by the First Nation­
3f
13
.371 the Portland Chamber of Commerce,
Portland group of the desire of the fornla. Both the bride and groom at 200,000 lambs.
The dwellings of Charles Gould al bank of Hermiston. The depart­ Todd ................. 9
22
..384 said that the committee Is now
8
project to co-operate in every way were graduates of Oregon Agricul­
and Louis Hanson of Umatilla were ment has been added to the other Blakely .......... 5
,363 working tn cfi-operatlon with growers
51
18
possible to secure more settlers. tural college with the class of 1923.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Prindle re­ entered and burglarized Saturday sei vices maintained by the bank for Mlttlesdorf ...... 13
Woodward .......11
.333 on marketing problems affecting 35
33
11
Local speakers who followed him in­ Mr. Strong ig a farmer. During the turned Monday morning to Califor­ night. Deputy Sheriff John Arkell
the purpose of accomodating custom­ Coyner ............ g
3
1
.333 products.
cluded W. J, Warner, F. A. Baker of past two years his bride was a nia after a visit with relatives here. spent several hours Monday Inves­
ers
who wish to set aside part of Shook ............... 13
19
,328
"We hear a lot about over produc­
68
Stanfield, Hawley Bean of Echo, and teacher in the school* at Oakland, They were accompanied on their re­ tigating the jobs. Canned fruit, their income regularly.
Longhorn ........ 6
4
,308 tion in this day," said he, "but the
13
F. P. Phipps, president of the Uma-i California,
turn by Mr. and Mrs. George Prin­ sugar, some clothing, fishing tackle
Earningg on such deposits will be Hiatt ................13
65
16
,291 truth of the matter is that we are
tllla Project Farm Bureau.
Miss Jarmon wag beautiful ln a dle who plan to spend the summer ln and. other things were taken from
at the rate of four per cent, comput-l v oyen
o
.268 not producing too much quality
41
11
Mr. Warner traced the changes, dress of white georgette. Her veil California.
the two places, he said.
ed semi-annually._____________ ___ phelp8
‘ " ,0
30
8
.266 stuff. W« must have quality and
that have taken place during the was °f white tulle, caught with
■ ■ .......
'
■■
' Shesely ............11
.224 standard products, and they must ba
49
11
past few years ln the laws and con- orange blossoms, and she carried a
¡Smith .............. 13
67
,176 Intelligently marketed. Under such
10
tracts covering charges for water on bouquet of roses and sweet peas,
I Shake ............... 4
.000 a plan, growers can secure a profit
0
16
the project. The Fact Finders’ bill, she w“s given away by her father,
.000 tor what they have to sell, he said.
0
0
Fehlen ............ 2
passed In 1924, gave a three year; Miss Ruth Wilson of Boring, Oregon,
.000 Eternal vigilance and the adaptabil­
U Todd ........... 1
1
0
moratorium on charges. This
wag; was bridesmaid, and Roy Jarmon,
Mathers .......... 2
0
.000 ity that will permit changing meth­
4
followed by the charge off bill which brother of the bride, was best man.
Newell ............ 2
.000 ods of selling ns marketing contin­
T
0
reduced construction charges.
- Preceding the ceremony, Miss C.
0
.000 ues its constant shifts are necessary
Waterman ...... 1
4
Under the terms of the new sup-’ Thompson of Salem sang “At Dawn-
.000 to maintain marketing successfully,
Jones ............... 1
4
0
plementary contract, adopted May 1 'ng.”
he told his audience.
by settlers, the construction charges
Rev- Henry Young of Hermiston
Nine Hermiston men were present
are to be made at the rate of five wa8 the officiating minister.
ELKINS-CLINESMITH
at the dinner in Pendleton. They
per cent of the gross average acre,!
-----------------------
Rosie Alice Cllneemlth, daughter Included 11. M. Straw, Col. J. F. Mc-
annual income, as determined by pro- I. 0. 0. F. AND REBEKAHS TO
of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cllnesmlth of Naught, F. B. Swayze, E. P. Dodd,
Auction on the project during the pre- xtattt
.■ u.
ceding 10 years. Mr. Warner explain-, H0LD MEMORIAL HERE SUNDAY'
this vicinity, was married on June 5 Lee Savely, William Roberts. E L.
at
Walla Walla to Elmer Henry El- Cherry, J. M. Biggs and J. S. Har­
wiH be t ween
Thp “nnu”
vey.
kln„ of Dayton.
«1.50 and »2.00 per acre each y e a r ly thp L Q Q r
The bride la a graduate of the Her­
on construction charges. The total Iodgla
Herm,gton w„ ,
miston high school, and taught
RICE-KAHLER
acre construction cost at present as
__.*
„ 73,.
-
_
,
• .
. Sunday morning at the Metbhodlst
school during the past year near
■early as can be estimated Is about
u T .
.
.,
. ,
.
| Episcopal church. Lodge members
A wedding of Interest to Hermis­
Waitsburg. Washington.
»90. he said, and in addition the gov-' hayp bpen reque8ted to meet Bt L
Th® groom Is engaged In stock ton wa8 solemnized at Pasco, Wash.»
srnment has promised to spend an o Q F ha„ a(
an(,
raising on his ranch near Dayton, June 7, when Miss Edna R. Rice
adAMtaml »150.000 tor construction , p , hp church fw lhe MrTleea
Wash., where the young people will (Bokish) became the bride of Har­
Fork when and as needed, which will; jj o’ciocii
lan P. Kahler.
reside.
con,truct,on char«e l Rev. Henry Young, pastor, will
Mrs. Kahler Is the daughter o (
to about »100 per acre.
have charge pf the
and
___________
Mr. and Mrs. Peer Bokun ot Her-
Election Ii Spirited
. _
Cost* Are Low
the special committee In charge of
Tbe annual school "election In the'mlston. who have lived here for a
“Inronnd number, then we may allranKement|,
thBt
£
! Minnehaha district Monday was a number of years. She was a mem-
ray that our construction charge, are member
, h# (> #
mBke g
! spirited affair with one of th« heav-jher of the class of '26, Hermiston
»100 per sere. pay.be during the spprJa, effon to
j lest votes cast ever polled In the dl*-j high school.
next 60 or «0 years.
the speakerj
_______________
itrlct. C. H McElroy was re-elected
Mr. Kahler Ig the eon of Mrs. Eva
•aid. “But to quote this figure Is
Lad Suffer« Injury
| vs director to succeed himself. Chee- Kahler of Pullman. Wash., and has
keally to give a ratse Impression.
Two fingers on the left hand of
ter Harris was his opponent, the rot«! taught at the Pine City high school
It must be boro^In mind that the the thrpp yfar
„„„ of Mr
being 21 to 20. Mrs. W. O. Rod da tor the paat year.
ronstroetion charge bear, no interest. Mrl, w o
w#re
,
Mrs. Kahler intends to spend ■
was elected clerk of the board, her
\
^ e r - w e r . to
aside
gBnday w„ en
Uttla|j
opponent being Mrs. 0. M. Jacksou. few weeks at home here, before Join­
»»0 for each acre of land. Invest it at chatf ran<ht
ha>d
ing het husband at Pullman, Wash.
•lx per cent, and permit tbe money of . crealn
mott w r.
Jo* McNaught Is an employe of
to accumulate, at the end of a period
,n)nry
t# tfc<
J
Fre4 Earl was a visitor here WeA-
the Kellogg Motor company. Ho
(Continued on Page Two,
finger.
it
nvstlnp
Pendleton.
Xertod his work there last week.
Ide Aski for Aid
In Settlement of
New Project Land
S u m m e r A r r iv e s