The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, May 12, 1927, Image 1

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VOL. XXI
HERMISTON, ORE OT
THE BEST POULTRY
DISTRICTS ANYWHERE
IN THE NORTHWEST
HERMISTON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1927
RO. 3«
LOCALS GET GOOSE
EG6 IN FIFTH GAME!
Walla Walla
Shuts
Out
AL JENNINGS
Spheroid
Maulers From Here by
8 to 0 Score.
itBAPTISTS TO MEET
Auxiliary Seeks Clothing
A request for clothing that can be
either by children or adults has
i*vn made by the American Legion
auxiliary of Hermiston. The cloth­
ing will be sent to Portland for the
use of veterans who are in the hospi­
COUNTY ASSOCIATION TO HOLD tal, or for members of their families.
SEVENTEEN" PRESENTED TO A
The auxiliary will mend clothing
SESSIONS, MAY 13-15
IARGE AUDIENCE
that is not in repair. Those wish­
All Baptist Churches in Umatilla ing to make donations should call
either Mrs. W. L. Hamm or Mrs. Wil­
Work of Cast in School's Most
liam Shaar.
County Will Aid in Programs
FRESHMEN SCORE IN
THEIR CLASS PLAY
HERE THREE OATS
Pendleton Plans
Race M eet 'With
Purses o f $ 2 0 0 0
II
TUESDAY GIVEN OVER TO CELE­
JOHN K. DAVIS
Youthful Class Wins Praise
at Local Church.
Blue Mountain League Standing
Walla Walla ................. 4
.800
Pendleton .............
4
.800
Herm iston........................ 1
.200
Indians ............................. 1
.200
TWO COUNTIES JOLLIFÏ ON
MCKAY DAM COMPLETION
Notable
From Big House.
BRATION
Speakers
Participate
In
Programs at Reservoir and
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May
13, 14 and 15 are the dates and the
in Hermiston to Mark
Baptist church of Hermiston the
And then in the school year of
Big Event.
place where the twenty-second an-
1926-27, after ¿he upper classes of
nual,convention of the Umatilla Bap­
Sunday’s Results
the high school had set a high stand­
tist association w ill held for 1927.
HIGH LIGHTS
Walla Walla 8, Hermiston 0.
ard of excellence in presenting class
Commissioner M ad of the bureau
Members of the local church have
Buckarooa 7, Indians 0.
been busy for some time preparing May 20, 21 and 22 are Dates Set plays, the youngest class In school
of teclamation aftei seeing undevel­
came along and by the quality of its
for the affair which will have the
oped land under the f ed canal be­
For big Cards Given Undej
work done In presenting Both Tark
support of Baptist churches all over
tween Stanfield and Hermiston Tues­
The West Enders took another one
Ington’s classic, "Seventeen.” show
El^s Auspices.
day advocated watering th? land
the
county
and
from
some
churches
on the nose Sunday at the hands of
ed
its
ability
to
keep
up
the
pace
from the feed canal. Hermiston has
beyond the boundaries of this county.
the strong Walla Walla team In a
Pendleton. Ore., May 12— Pendle­ And while the freshman actors
Al Jennings, former Oklahoma out­
been trying for several y:ars, w ith­
A local woman, Miss Clara G. Hall,
game played in the Washington city. law, who has been elected ...syor of
ton gives promise of being a regular pleased with the quality of their pro­
Is
clerk
and
treasurer
of
the
associa­
out success, to bring about this de­
The ecore was 8 to 0.
duction
they
also
set
a
record
of
Crescent City, Cal.
tion. George Mason Is moderator little-Tia Juana on May 20, 21 and
velopment. The area affected in ­
Out of a total of 20 hits made dur­
and
Charles Betts, assistant modera­ 22, when horses famed for their more than $100 house. The play
cludes about 2500 acres of the best
ing the game, the West Enders gar­
was
under
the
direction
of
Miss
Eva
speed on many tracks will be here
tor.
land in the district.
nered eight, but the Bears played
Randall, class advisor, assisted by
Preachers and laymen will partici­ for the Elks race meet at the Round
A specialist from the bureau of re­
errorless ball and so did not help the
Miss Jessie Brierley.
pate in the program that has been Up grounds.
clamation w ill he sent from W ashing­
locala, and the West Enders added up
The play won its right to be con
Everyone loves a horse race,
arranged for three days. Each of the
ton in the near future to study the
a total of five errors that were fac­
whether It is Just the common "hogs” sldered successful by reason of uni­
larger
churches
ha3
been
assigned
problems of the Stanfield district re­
tors In four of' the runs thé Bears
formly
good
work
by
all
members
of
special work for the convention. variety, or a real race by glossy, fleet
lative to canal enlargements and
scored.
limbed horses trained t exert them­ the cast, rather than by the out­
drainage.
Montesano.
Wash.
—
Two
informa­
The
convention
will
open
Friday
Walla Walla started scoring In the
selves to the limit of speed. The standing acting of any one member.
jooirwoos &
Senator Steiw r and Representa-
first Inning on a single by Sweet, two tions charging W. J. Patterson, ex­ morning at 10 and close Sunday af­ Pendleton meet w ill be marked Picking out stars would be hard
VodtKood
manager
and
cashier
of
the
now
in­
ternoon
at
5
o’clock.
ive Sinnott pledged themselves to
fielder’s choices, and a single by
The address of welcome w ill be ex­ by the presence of horses which have work and an injustice to the rest of
do everything in th?ir power to se­
O’Rourke. In the third Yenney solvent Hayes & Hayes bank of
Rodney Davis probably
John K. Davis, American consul, cure action from the federal govern­
Aberdeen
with
receiving
money
on
tended
by Rev. A. J. Ware, pastor won honors at many meets. Every the cast.
smacked out a triple and later stole
race is to be a sw ift and snappy had an edge on the boys by reason who was rescued with hie family and ment that will make possible th? most
Viorne for another marker. In the deposit in an insolvent bank were fil­ of the local church. The response
of the excellence of his interpretation other Americana In 4he recent fight­ economical use of McKay water.
event. The purses total $2,000.
ed
in
superior
court
here
by
Prosecut­
will
be
by
Charles
Betts.
fourth Rypzinski jjoled a triple and
Among those who will bring horses of the part of William Sylvanus Bax­ ing at Nanking, China.
ing
Attorney
A.
M.
Wade.
A
war
-ant
The
annual
sermon
Friday
morn­
Governor Patterson advocated a
scored on Wetzel’s single. Beck was
here will be George Drumheller of ter, but some of his less exeprienced
?ontinnance of th? practice of diver-
safe on Phelps’ error. Swedt and was Issued and bail set at $2500 In ing at 11:30 will be delivered by
Walla Walla, one of the best known fellow actors pressed him closely for
iification on proj ct farms and the
Brassier struck out. Wetzel scored each case by Judge Campbell. It is Rev. E. M. Bollinger. Friday after­
race horse men in the west; Henry honors..
expected
that
Patterson
will
be
ar­
noon
beginning
at
2:45
a
woman’s
xtension of the practice as far as
when Yenney got a two base hit.
Maxine Avery went over well in
meeting is to be held. Several talks Trowbridge, of John Day; Earl Far­
possible.
The Bears added four more in the rested immediately.
her
part
as
the
younger
sister
of
Penalty for the offense charged in by women from different churches row of Ontario and Omer SImkins, of
Senator Steiw, r pledged himself to
sixth. Wetzel singled, and Beck was
William. Shirley Brownson
was
Yakima,
work in behalf of the Umatilla Rap-
safe on Berry’s error. Shipley made case of conviction is imprisonment in in the county have been arranged.
There will be no relay races and consistently good in her role of
Friday evening has been given over
As project.
an error that gave Sweet a berth, the penitentiary for not more than
no' harness races. The racing pro mother of William and Jane. Jane
ten
years
or
a
fine
of
not
more
than
to
a
big
layman’s
meeting
with
M.
L.
Washington, D. C. - The state de
Several speakers called attention
and the bases were full. Brassier
I’hompson of Pendleton presiding. gram has not yet been outlined, but Warner succeeded in interpretiting partment advised the British govern to the necessity of settling the n .w
struck out, and Yenney filled the $10,000.
the
difficult
role
of
the
"baby
talk
Patterson has been the outstanding T he Pendleton church will furnish will include the derby, the half mile,
ment that the United States regard: lands that are now subject to irri­
breach by banging one Into the daisy
the three-quarter mile, etc. The lady” to the satisfaction of the audi­ the recent CfUraspondence betweei gation with the completion of McKay
patch for three fourths of a circuit, financial figure of Grays harbor for the special music for this session, and
races will begin promptly at 1:30 P. ence. Marian Henderson as May Secretary Mellon and President Hlfc lam and the creation of its reser­
scoring the three men ahead of him. many years and has been active In 'several of the speakers will be from
M. Prices will range from $1.10, Parcher was satisfactory, and Albert ben of Princeton university on wa voir.
Pendleton.
most
of
the
industrial
and
commercial
He scored on O’Rourke’s grounder to
Officers for the coming year wll general admission, to $2.20 for box Kennings in the role of George Coop­ debts as a “purely domestic discus
Fetzer. Wright struck out, retiring development.
er, the boy with the car who breezed sion and does not desire to engage it
be
elected at the business session Sat seats.
The communities from Pendleton
the side.
along and had his own way most of any formal diplomatic exchanges ot
urday
afternoon
at
1:15.
to
Boardman co-operated in a cele­
REFUGEES
TOTAL
338,000
The West Enders threatened in the
the time, acted the part in convinc­ the subject."
The young people’s session will be FUNERAL FOR CIVIL WAR
bration Tuesday when the complet­
seventh when Hiatt, Shipley and Fet­
ing fashion.
The views of the Washington gov ion of McKay dam was observed In a
Harvey
zer got singles in a row. Hiatt was Number Expected to Pass 350,000 held Sunday afternoon.
VETERAN IS HELD TODAY
Other members of the cast includ­ ernment was contained in a not«
Iocke, state president of the B. Y. P.
Very
Shortly.
series of activities th at’ started at
caught at the plate when he tried to
ed Billy Felthouse as Johnny Wat­ transmitted to the British embassy
1:30 In the afternoon at the dam
Memphis, Tenn.—Flood sufferers re­ U., w ill be the chief speaker.
score on a throw from center field.
Amerean Legion in Charge of Ser­ son, Marlin Earnheart as Mr. Bax­ It was in reply to a note handed th
It
is
expected
that
large
crowds
ceiving
aid
from
the
Red
Cross
in
the
and
were concluded at 11 o’clock
Longhorn struck out, and the oppor­
ter, Russell Blessing as Jos Bullitt, department by the British charge d
that evening In Hermiston.
vices for B. H. Parsons
tunity was long gone when Berry seven states affected by the disas­ w ill be in Hermiston for the various
Elbert
Hutchison
as
Genesis,
the
affaires, acting in the absence fron
Notables from far and near gava
trous Mississippi valley inundations, cessions.
flew to center.
colored man who was employed by thp Washington of Ambassador Howard
Who Died Tuesday.
numbered 338.000 with the Louisiana
impetus to the day of Jollification
Baxters. George Bcisse as Mr. Par­ which challenged the accuracy of i
Box score and summary:
B accalaureate services
figures still incomplete.
>y their presence and the use of their
cher, Bessie Madden as Ethel Boke statement by Mr. Mellon that Great
AB R H PO A E
Funeral
services
were
held
this
New evacuations are going forward
talents. Talks were ni&de at the
' Hermiston—
TO BE HELD SUNDAY NIGHT afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Metho­ and Dorothy Straw as Mary Brooks. Britain's debt payments to the Unite» brief ceremonies at the dam by Gov­
in the face of rising waters along sev­
A ballet dance number by Thelma States would not constitute a drain on
Woodwar, rf. If. ... 4 0 3 0 1 *
dist Episcopal church wi$h Rev. S.
eral rivers in south central Lousiana
ernor Patterson, Commissioner Mead,
... 4 0 1 0 2 0
Baccalaureate services for the Hamrick in charge for Benjamin H. Kinley betwen acts was well receiv­ British economic resources.
Representative Sinnott and others.
and the list of the needy is expected
Mittlesdorf, cf ... 4 0 0 2 0 0
graduating class of the Hermiston Parsons, Civil war veteran, who pass­ ed by the big audience.
Tho statement ot the treasury sec In the program at Hermiston follow­
to reach 350,000 soon.
ghesely, c ...... ... 2 0 0 12 0 0
graduating class of the Hermiston ed away at the family residence early
retary was a part of a letter written ing the banquet, the solemnity of the
The total of vaccinations for ty­
high school w ill be hold Sunday eve­ Tuesday morning, Death came after COLONIZATION PLAN TO BE
.. 4 0 1 9 0 1
by him to Dr. Hibben in reply to the dedicatory services earlier in the day
phoid reached 119,000 persons, with
ning, May 15, at 8 o’clock in the several years of Illness.
.. 4 0 2 0 2 1 those for smallpox 108,000.
contention ot members of the Prince was largely forgotten and gave way
CARRIED
OUT
ON
LANDS
HERE
Fetzer, 2b
Methodist Episcopal church. Rev
.. 4 0 1 0 5 0
Mr. Parsons was born in Peru,
______
ton and Columbia university faculties to flashes of wit from the lips of
A. J. Ware of the Baptist church will Indiana, May 24, 1847, and lacked
.. 3 0 0 1 0 «
A colonization plan whereby he! that there should b<! “ revl8,on ot the speakers.
California Japanese Schools Win.
Phelpe, p
make the chief address of the ser­ two week's of being 80 years old at expects to be responsible for placing debt settlements.
.. 1 0 0 0 5 1
In the interval between the formal
Sacramento, Cal. — Restrictions
Berry, p
.. 2 0 0 0 8 1
vice and w ill be assisted by Rev. S, the time of his death.
He was the
parts of the day’s program, a cara­
against private foreign language
Hamrick of the Methodist church who third son of John and Priscilla Par­ many families on land that is sub­
London.—Expressing great misgiv­ van of about two score persons vis­
schools, Imposed by the state legis­
ject to Irrigation under McKay wat­
30 0 8 24 23 5
w ill give the invocation and read the sons. When he was eight years old
lature In 1921, were held to be in vio­ scripture lesson.
ers near Hermiston has been worked ing because of (he divergence of opin­ ited lands In three projects and saw
Walla Walia-
both his parents died. At the age of out by N. Pasto of Portland, who was ion and estrangement of sentiment developed and raw lands, visited
lation of the constitution of the United
The processional will be played by 16 he enlisted in the 13th Indiana
Sweet, cf ....... .. 5 2 1 4 1 0 States, in an opinion handed down by
growing up In regard to the war debts, three representative farms, heard
Elba Hamrick and Ruth Dense! Cavalry and served until November here for the celebration Tuesday that the British government, in a note to
Brasste, ss ..... .. 5 0 0 2 2 0 Attorney-Genaral Webb.
from the lips of the farmers on the
Approxi­
marked
completion
of
the
dam
♦Yenney, 3b ... .. 5 2 3 3 2 0 mately 200 schools, involving 500 Following the Invocation a chorus 18. 1865, whew he was discharged
Mr. Pasto has purchased 80 acres ' ,he Vnlted States, challenged the sc- places the records of results being
O’Rourke, c ...... .. 4 0 1 6 1 0 teachers, are affected by the attorney- will sing "Tile Lost Chord.” After at Vicksburg, Mississippi.
of bottom land up Blitter creek which curacy of the statement March 17 by secured, inspected the lambs owned
the scripture reading Miss Seyler and
Wright, lb ..... . 4 0 0 11 1 0 general’s
With a younger brother he started he considers Is excellently adapted to Andrew W. Mellon, secretary of the by members of the purebred sheep
opinion.
Fully
three-
M cCollis............ .. 4 0 1 1 0 0 fourths of these are Japanese schools. Mias Waterman w ill sing "O Jesus, west shortly after the war going In­ gardening and will show it to gar- 1 United States treasury, that Great club of Hermiston and listened to the
Thou Art Standing.”
. 3 1 I 0 0 0
to the two Dakotas and then to deners now living In the Willamette Britain's debt payments to the United talks made by the boys about their
Wetzel, 2b
4 2 3 0 1 0 Canada Allows Motor Tourist 90 Days
Montana. In 1874 he went to Iowa valley.
States will not constitute a drain on lam bs.
SENIORS TO PRESENT CLASS
Beck, p ....
. 3 1 0 0 7 0
and in that Btate February 14, 1877,
In his brief talk at the dam Com-
"I have a lot of friends who want British economic resources.
Ottawa, Ont. ■
— Regulations extend­
DAY PROGRAM WEDNESDAY he was united In wedlock to Robic to buy land, and I like this country
. 1 0 1 0 0 0 ing to 90 days the period for which
mirsiontr Mead praised the original­
B. Franklin who survives him.
ity and versatility of Jack Savage of
and feel confident it will be jimt what
motor tourists may remain in Canada
SHORT NEWS NUGGETS
The senior class is making plans
Total ............... 38 8 12 27 15 0 without deposit of cash bonds haw;
Of the five children born to this they are seeking,” Mr. Pasto said.
the reclamation bureau engineering
for
a
special
program
that
will
be
♦Ran for O'Rourke in first.
union four survive. Fred F.. Bert F., “I expect to bring several prospect­
A congressional delegation will staff who de. igned McKay dam and
been placed In effect by the Canadian
presented at the high school, Wed­ Maude Gulsinger and Benjamin O.
Earned runs, Hermiston 0, Walla customs department.
ive buyers from the valley within a make a week’s tour of inspection of also lauded Ralph Connor who had
nesday evening. May 13. The program Psreons of Hermiston.. A son, James
Walla 4. Three base hits, Shipley,
few day« and believe that they will the flooded area of Ihe Mississippi charge of construction.
valley beginning May 29.
Yenney (2 ), Repp.First base on balls, Canadian Farmers Mostly Owner*. will be for the purpose of commemo­ Roy Parsons, died several years ago. want to settle here.”
The commissioner said that he felt
rating class day. The class w ill is
Herbert F. Lemp, mayor of Boise, more confident of the ultimate suc­
Phelps 1, Beck 2. Left on bases,
Ottawa, Ont. — More than 85 per to be read, the history, a prophecy Other relatives surviving Include a
brother, Francis Parsons, Holdrouk,
Idaho, and crack polo player, died cess of Oregon's development work
Hermiston 7, Walla Walla 7. First cent of all the farms in Canada arv.
Mrs. Barnard in Hospital.
base on errors, Walla Walla 3. - Two owned outright by those who live on and a skit will also be presented. A Nebraska, a step sister, Mrs. Anna
Mrs. S. H. Barnard Is a patient In from head Injuries suffered in a prac ns a result of his visit to the stat«
rdial invitation has been extended White, Median, Kansas: and a niece,
base hits. Woodward, Yenney. Struck them, according to a bulletin issued
than lie ever had before.
St. Anthony's hospital where she*Is ties polo game.
Mrs. Minnie Hhellhart who live« in recovering after a surgical operation
The American Legion will have e*
out, by Phelps 3, Berry 7, Beck 4. by the dominion bureau of statistics to the public to attend.
At the conclusion of the talks.
Indiana.
Double plays, Wetzel to Brassier to
performed Friday morning by Dr. J. elusive Use Of tile liner Leviathan to Governor Patterson manipulated the
The
O.
A.
C.
advises
the
use
of
The funeral services were In charge L. Sears. She probably will be in carry Its members to the Paris cod mechuuism that partially lifted the
Wright. Innings pitched, by Phelps
THE MARKETS.
land plaster ag a stimulant in corn of the Hermiston post of the Ameri­
ventlon next September, if it can se needle valves and released a stream
3. Berry 6, Beck 9. Hitts: Off Phelps
Portland.
growing, only a small amount In each can Legion, and burial was in the the hospital for two weeks before re­ cure enough passengers by June 10
7 in 3 Innings, Berry 5 in 6 innings.
of white foaming water that dashed
Wheat—Big Bend bluestem. $1.53; hill being required.
turning home. Her condition Is re­
local cemetery
to justify the trip.
Berry relieved Phelps in the 4th inn­ hard white. $1.61; federation, sestern
Itself into spray as It leaped from
ported to be very satisfactory.
Denver was officially awarded the the mouth of the tunnel and churned
ing, 3 on bases and no outs. Stolen white, $1.47; soft white, $1.37; hard
James Gordon Bennett ba'ioon race« and addled in the channel below.
bases. Yenney 2, McCallin. Sacrifice winter, $1.44; northern spring. >1.46;
for 1927. The international event, Cheers greeted the appearance of th«
hit, Blakely.
Umpire, Jefferson western red, $1.43.
with entrants from tho United States, roaring torrent.
Time, 1:55. Scoreis Pierce.
H ay-» Alfalfa, $20020.50; valley
Belgium. Germany, France, Italy. Eng
timothy, $18018.50; eastern Oregon
An event not Included on the pro­
Score by innings:
land
and Switzerland, will be staged gram develop.d when Commissioner
timothy,
$21022.
Hermiston .... 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0-0
September 10.
Bntterfat—40c.
Mead saw the body of raw land ly­
Bears .......... 1 0 1 2 0 4
0 -8
Thirty warships, representing eight ing below the Cold Springs feed can­
Eggs—Ranch. 19022c.
nations and manned by 86$7 officers al and above the A line of the Her­
Cattle—Steers, good. $9.25010.15.
Smith Gets Point«
and men exclusive Of marines, are miston district and Insisted that the
Hogs — Medium to choice, $9.25©
At the county traek and field meet
stationed at Shanghai at present, ac­ land be Irrigated by the use of water
11.25.
In Pendleton recently Jack Smith ac­
cording to the North China Herald. out of the feed canal.
Sheep—Lambs, medium to choice,
quired two firsts and a second and
This force Is supplemented by 18.000
t llO H .
E ffo;ls to realize such a result
won 13 tgjata and a banner for high
land troop« guarding the boundaries have been made from time to time
Seattle.
w
point Individual In a school of second
of the international settlement.
Wheat—Soft white, western whit«,
for several years by Hermiston men.
claaa sis«.« Smith’s firsts were in
northern spring. $1.48H; hard winter,
and the commissioner urged that the
the shotptft, 39 feet 10 1-2 inches;
Ten Dead in Kansas Tornado.
work be done when he went over the
the Javelin’ 143 feet, eight inches; western red, $I.47>4; Big Bend bine-
stem, |1.S5; Big Bend dark northern
Hutihlnson, Kan.—Ten are known land for the rlrst time Tuesday. The
his second was in the discus. 93 1-2
spring, $1.54; Big Bend dark hard
to be dead and probably a hundred arfa Includes about 2500 acres of
feet. He presented the banner to
winter, $1.53.
or more are Injured as a result of the land of the best type found In the Ir­
the high school to be added to the
H a/—Alfalfa, $25; Umothy, P. 8.,
tornadoes which swept northeastward rigated district, and Ita development
collection of the school.
$21
through Rarbe. Kingman. Reno and has long been desired.
Batter—Creamery, 42c.
McPherson count Tea last week. Prob­
E. P. Dodd, toastmaster, recounted
Cutworm Control Easy
Eggs—Ranch. 23O28c.
ably 800 residences along the path of a brief history of the building of the
damage is being done this
Cattle—Steers, choice. $9.50010.21.
the twisters were damaged. Many of dam from the Inception of the Idea
spring by the activity of cutworms,
Hogs—Prime, $10 40011 40.
them were completely demolished of constructing It In 1917 through
according to the county agent. Con­
•poke ns.
while an enormous amount of dam­ the varlon« stages until the appro­
trol of this pest la relatively easy to
Cattle—Steers, good. $8 750*1«
age was done otherwise.
priations were secured and the work
secure by means of poison bran, and
n ogs—Good, $10 50010 65
actually begun- H« praised
both
the county agent expressed a desire
Senator McNary and Representative
........ .
.............
Dr.
and
Mrs.
F.
V.
Prime
have
to aid anyone wanting to mix and
Sinnott for the work they did In mak-
«uncey Depew on hi. nmety-tliird birthday
W. L. Hamm waa a visitor last er« viví ng cake from New York Toonr Ileniit.lie .,n
been in Portland and valley pointa
put out the
week. He went down with Jack Biggs
for about a week.
(Continued on Page Thr««)
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