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    The Hermiston Herald
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NUMBER 31—
HERMISTON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1929
APRIL 10-13 NAMED
AS CLEAN-UP DAYS
MARKETING SPECIALIST
TO ADDRESS BUSINES MEN
R. H. Kipp Scheduled to Talk on
ARTICHOKES SHIPPED
TO CORVALLIS WED
Poultry at Commercial Club
EXTENSIVE
PLANS
MADE
Next Tuesday.
TO
R. W. Kipp, marketing specialist
from the Portland Chamber of Com­
merce, will be in Hermiston next
Tuesday, April 9, where he will speak
before the local commercial club at
a regular luncheon meeting of that
organization in the Hermiston hotel.
Mr. Kipp’s address will be on poul
try and should be of real interest to
the business men of the community.
Mr. Kipp was in Hermiston last
week for a short time making ar­
rangements for his appearance before
the commercial association next
Tuesday.
LOCAL SPEAKERS WIN IN
CONTEST AT UMATILLA
Grade School Pupils Given Three
First Places, Four Second
TUBERS TO BE DE-HYDRATED AT
HADDOX HERD HAS
STRIKING RECORD
SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 PER YEAR
LOCAL CAFE WILL OPEN
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Interior of Building to be Remodeled
With Tables and
Awards.
HAS HIGH PRODUCING HERD AND
BLUE GRASS
SUNSHINE
IDEAL FOR COWS
INDIANS DEFEATED
BY LOCALS HERE
Booths.
BLOW
UP
IN
EIGHTH INNING
Representatives from the local
With the interior of the building
COW FOR FEBRUARY
GIVES LOCALS WIN
school and from Columbia and Min­
remodeled and redecorated, the Rex
nehaha districts were succesful in
Carload Represents Produce Con­
R’ock Captains Apointed; City to
winning places at the district de­ Local Dairy Also Has Second High cafe on Main street wil) be opened Score is 13 to 6; Next Game to be
Saturday morning, April 6, under
clamatory meet in Umatilla last
tracted for by Pabst Corpora­
Producing Cow of all State
Played Sunday With
Hire Men; Bey Scouts
the management of C. W. Jenkins of
Thursday and Friday evenings.
Umatilla,
who
recently
purchased
the
tion Last Fall.
Associations.
Adams.
In the upper division of the grades
Donate Day’s Labor.
restaurant from Ted Hatfield.
Eddie Bensel won first place in the
The process of remodeling will In­
A carload of artichokes raised on patriotic and Iva Duane, second in
League Standing
The T. H. Haddox herd of high clude the replacement of the counter
Pour days, beginning Wednesday,
the E. L. Jackson and Cleve Clark the dramatic. In the lower division
Won Lost P. C.
now
in
the
building
with
tables
and
grade
Holstein
cows
made
a
very
April 10 and extending through Sat
farms was loaded and shipped Wed­ of the grades, Rachel Buell, Colum­
booths.
Adams...................
1
0
1000
striking record during February, ac­
v day, have been designated as clean
nesday from a local warehouse to the bia, won first in the dramatic; Billy
According to the new manager, the Hermiston............. 1
0
1000
cording
to
the
report
of
the
Umatilla
' i di’ys for Hermiston. These dates
state college at Corvallis where the Jackson, Minnehaha, first in the hum­
1
000
Dairy Improvement association for establishment will be open for the Pendleton ............. 0
orous;
Alice
McRpberts,
second
in
the
were selected by the local Commer­
tubers are to be de-hydrated.
The
accommodation of the public every Indians .................. 0
1
000
that
month.
Not
only
did
this
Her-
cial association
local artichokes were contracted for patriotic; Charlotte Ralph, second in
day until 12 o’clock at night. The
the
dramatic;
and
Lee
Dyer,
second
I
m*
8ton
dairyman
have
the
highest
Extensive plana have been made for
last fall by the Pabst Corporation
After taking the lead for the first
producing cow of the association, but restaurant will specialize In the serv­
carrying through a very thorough
Wm. L. Teutsch, assistant county In the humorous division. Local high
inning and keeping it see-sawing
he
also had the high producing herd ing of Sunday chicken dinners.
program of work during the desig­
agent leader, was in Hermiston from school representatives did not place
back and forth, the Mission Indians
and the second high producing cow.
nated days.
Pour deputy marshals
Tuesday until Friday night of last the contest.
stafged a regular blow-up in the
His highest producing cow gave 1722
will be appointed to assist the city
week at the request of Mr. Sweet
pounds of milk containing S2.6 lbs.
eighth tuning which allowed the
marshal In supervising the work. One
agricultural advisor of the Babst SUNSHINE GREETS LOCAL
locals to crash through with a 13 to
of
fat,
the
equivalent
of
practically
dt.y’s labor will be donated by the
company, to take charge of digging
3 win In the opening game of the
The entire
RESIDENTS ON EASTER 100 pounds of butter.
local boy scout troop and a block cap­
the artichokes. The tubers were as­
season here last Sunday. Things were
herd of fifteen head of both milking
tain for each block in town has been
sembled at the McNaught warehouse
looking pretty doubtful during the
appointed to take active charge and MARKS FIRST APPEARANCE ON and shipped to Corvallis Wednesday Special Services at all Churches and dry cows produced an average for
each cow of 1004 pounds of milk,
first part of the game with the score
see that such work as Is necessary
Attract
Large
Attend­
According to Mr. Teutsch, the art!
testing
40.9
pounds
of
butterfat.
tied
frequently and neither team be
1929
CONCERT
TOUR
In that block is actually done.
chokes were in fine shape except for
ance.
In addition to the high place held MRS. C. G. BRINK OF IDAHO ASSO­ ing able to pile up more than one or
At the meeting of the city council
the fact that some were starting to
two points lead at the most. But the
last night, It was decided to hire sev­ Personnel of Thirty-five Students sprout, a condition which is likely
A spring-like day with plentiful in this association by the Haddox
CIATION HERE
eighth Inning episode brought the
herd, this dairy had the second high­
eral men at the expense of the city to
to
cause
more
rapid
deterioration
Presents Varied Program
suunsrhine greeted local residents
score up to a tie with the locals still
assist with the work. This is expect­
than would otherwise be the case. Easter Sunday. The day was spent est producing cow of all the associa­ Local Growers to Have More Help at
going strong enough to end the game
At
High
School.
tions
in
the
State
of
Oregon.
ed to be a particularly excellent plan.
Indications are from this recent dlgg quietly for the most part, the morn­
with a seven point lead.
Warehouses During Shiments
With four days set aside for clean­
This is one of the high class pro­
lng
that
satisfactory
yields
can
be
With a varied program of choral
ing being given over to appropriate ducing herds of Oregon and is the re­
A fairly large crowd was In attend­
ing up, the posibtllty of unfavorable
jg|row<n here with satisfactory soil
Next Year.
ance at this first game. On the same
conditions is considerably lessened numbers, quartets, readings and conditions. Aplicatlons of fertilizer services at the various churches of sult of Beveral years of good feeding
day the Adams team won from the
and a thoroughly successful clean­ selections from a thiateen piece brass are neccessary for a good yield on any the community. Special music was and the use of high producing pure
feature
of
practieaJly
every
ser­
Pendleton Eagles in the other open­
Marketing
problems
for
local
tur­
band,
the
Whitman
All-College
Glee
up program la expected to be carted
bred herd sires. This is the second
soil.
vice, and large attendances were re­ year that Mr. Haddox has been test­ key growers constituted the principal ing game of the Umatilla County lea­
on. Everybody is urged to join in club with a personnel of thirty-five
Artichokes on the Frank Stone
gue.
the enterprise, to co-operate with the students, entertained a large crowd farm had also been contracted for ported.
ing his herd for he is one of those
In the afternoon, a large crowd was dairymen who want to know whether subject of discussion at a meeting
Next week Hermiston will play
at
the
high
school
auditorium
Mon­
block captains, and help make the
Monday
of
the
board
of
directors
of
by the same company, but early in
town cleaner Jthan It has ever been. day morning. This short assembly the fall the tops of the plants on this out to witness the opening ball game or not their cows are losing money the Eastern Oregon Turkey Growers’ Adams there and the Indians will
meet Pendleton in the Round-Up city.
The block captains are as follows: program represented the first appear­ farm were pastured down with the re­ of the season where the locals de­ for them.
association with Mrs. C. G. Brink,
feated the Mission Indians.
The score:
P. B. Swayze, busineqp; C. J. Bid- ance of the club on the 1929 tour.
During
the
month
732
cows
were
manager of the Idaho association and Hermiston—
Three ensemble numbers by the sultant effect that the tuber growths
man, business; C. A. Paul, business;
tested
in
the
association,
the
total
George McKnlght of Vale, turkey
were not satisfactory for digging this
B R H o A E
H. E. Hitt, residence; E. L. Cherry, entire club, one with an incidental spring. The matter was taken up
average production for all cows was grower and member of the board of
6 3 6 0 0 0
481 pounds of milk each containing directors of the same organization Woodward, r
residence; W. B. Beasley, resldenoe; duet by Sarah Somerville and Edwin with the representative of the com
Hurly,
c
....
......
6
2 1 12 0 0
Beach,
gave
evidence
of
the
extreme­
A. A. Little, residence; W. L. Bless­
23.2 pounds of fat. 62 cows pro­ directors of the same association. The
pany and Mr. Stone was released
duced over 40 pounds of fat during meeting was held In the office of as­ Hiatt, 1st ... ...... 6 2 1 4 0 1
ing, rssidaacs; Paul Mamma, resi­ ly able direction of Howard E. Pratt, from his contract this year. How­
Shesely, 2d ...... 6 1 0 1 0 0
dence; J. M. Pearson, business; E. club director, as well as outstanding ever, he will raise artichokes again
the month, there having been 62 sistant county agent Jenkins.
Mittlesdorf, cf
6 2 1 2 0 0
P. Illsley, residence; R. A. Brownson, talent on the part of the gleestera. next year.
herds on test.
The local board was authorized to Kendler, If ...... 5 1 2 2 0 0
The
S.
R.
Cooper
(Stanfield)
grade
business; F. C. McKenzie, residence; Selections by both a men's and wom­
have more help at the warehouse dur­
The Pabst Corporation has con­
Jersey herd of 22 cows, including ing future shipments at the expense Smith, ss .. . ...... 3 0 0 1 2 0
0. O. Felthouse, residence; A. H. Nor­ en’s varsity quartet were well receiv­ tracted with local farmers for arti­
ed.
Helen
Meyers,
in
little
girl’s
cos-
MAJORITY OF BOTH GRADE AND both dry and milk cows, was the high of the Idaho association. Mrs. Brink Mikesell, ss ...... 3 0 0 1 2 0
ton, residence; F. F. Knerr, resi­
chokes from five acres of planting In
herd for 20 cows or more, producing also announced that there will be at Berry, p .... ...... 3 0 1 0 0 0
dence; Frank Pierson, residence; Geo tume, completely won her audience this district for next year. In addi­
HIGH FACULTY CHOSEN
Wagner, residence; Chas. Taylor, re-!wlttl a 8on8J and dance act, and the
an average of 667 pounds of milk least one extra pool next year which Lynch, ss .... ...... 1 1 0 0 0 1
tion to this, the local experiment sta­
sidence; J. M. Biggs, residence; Geo. band in attractive maize and blue
containing 29.2 pounds of butterfat. will spread the marketing period out Mathews, p ...... 2 0 1 0 1 1
tion will make plantings of the arti­ Cherry Re-elected to Principalshhip
Jenkins, residence; C. Warner, busl-, costumes was accorded an exceptlon-
For herds under 12 cows the W. H. over a longer time and will be one Woodward, r, 3d.. 2 1 0 0 0 0
chokes this year, as a result of a re­
'
ally
large
amount
of
applause.
of School; Named by Both
Bennett
hferd of 7 gvade Jerseys, step forward In the matter of elim­ Mission Indians
Fred Barker, business; B. J.
Helen Graham, student manager of quest from the company that such ex­
B R H 0 A ■
located
on
the Umatilla project, gave inating the congested conditions at
Nation, residence; Leo Hurly, resi­
Boards at Joint Meeting.
periments be carried on by the State
Alexander ....... .... 6 1 1 2 0 l
an average of 692 pounds of milk the warehouse during shipments.
dence; H. T. Fraser, residence; A. the 1929 glee club, was introduced at college.
Williams ........ .... 1 0 0 1 0 2
containing 36.7 pounds of fat.
W. Prann, residence; W. A. Leathers, the beginning of the program.
The matter of grades wae dlscuuss-
The scheduled itinerary of the
At a recent meeting of the local
These testing dairymen of the as­ ed extensively and the local hoard of Minthorn ....... .... 6 1 I 4 3 1
residence; Ursel Hiatt, residence;
club calls for a concert every evening SENIORS TO PRESENT
4 2 1 3 0 1
Earl Boynton, residence.
school boards, both of the high school sociation slaughtered eight "board­ directors Is now considering the ad W. Elk ...........
in adldtion to numerous assembly
Johnley .......... ... 3 0 0 0 0 •
ers"
which
were
found
by
the
test
and
grades,
a
majority
of
the
teachers
ditlon of another grade which would
“BELLT’ ON APRIL 19
programs during the next two weeks
W. Williams
4 0 0 0 0 •
now In the local schools were re­ to be not worth keeping.
divide the difference In price be­
P. T. A. MEETING POSTPONED when the club will appear In Oregon
Shellad ..........
4 0 1 5 1 •
Other herds making high records tween number ones and twos.
elected for next year.
Ac­
and Washington cities. The club is (By "Cllf” Jenkins, Publicity Mgr.)
E. L. Cherry, principal, and Miss since the beginning of the testing cording to Mrs. Brink this matter was A. Mbtunac .. ... 2 0 0 9 1 2
Tracy .............
The P. T. A. meeting which was traveling in a motor bus, and from
0 0 0 0 0 •
The play chosen this year by the Kern, who is supervisor of music in year December 1, are those belong­
scheduled for next week has been here they went to Heppner where the Senior class is entitled "Billy.” It both the high school and grades, ing to W. G. Graham of the Umatilla taken up at meetings all along the Lloyd .............. ... 3 0 1 0 0 0
postponed a week and will be held first evening concert was presented Is a comedy in three acts. This play were re-elected at a joint meeting of section, J. 8. Rodgers & Son und Joe line, and after numerous discussions Jackson .......... ... 2 2 2 0 n 0
the growers voted against any change
April 19, according to Mrs. F. V. Monday night.
Van Pelt ....... ... 3 0 0 0 2 1
Dyer of Hermiston.
is especially interesting as well as the school boards.
in
grade.
Vernon Waterman, graduate of the funny, because Billy, the football
Prime, president of the association.
Innings pitched— By Berry 7, Mat­
The following grade teachers were
This will be the last meeting of local high school, is included In the hero has had his four front teeth named for the coming year: Miss San-
hews, 2; Missions, Tracy 7, Van Pelt,
COMMUNITY CLUB MEETS
CANDIDATE FOR ROSE QUEEN
the year and a fine program is be­ personnel of this year’s club.
7. Base on balls—Off Berry 7, Math-
kicked out in a football game and is sted, first grade; Miss Petri, second
ing planned. Everyone is cordially
Berry 1, Van Pelt, 2. ews. 2, Van Pe,
trying to get used to his false teeth grade; Mliss Cram|x, third, grade;
NIECE
OF
LOCAL
RESIDENT
At a meeting of the Community
invited and urged to attend. The
ews,
2, Van Pelt, 4. Wild pitches,
while
on
a
trip
to
Havana
via
the
Miss
McDevitt,
sixth
grade;
Mr.
War­
program will be announced in next FOUR NEW BOOKS ADDED
Kendler. Home run, Elk. truck out.
8. 8. Florida.
ner, seventh grade, and Mr. Bensel club in the library here Tuesday af­
Geraldine
Ballou,
advertising
man­
week’s paper.
TO OREGON AUTHOR LIST
Berry 10, Mathews 2, Tracy 0, Van-
During the play he tries to pro­ eighth. Miss Brlerly, Miss Donovan, ternoon, It was decided that a meet­
ager of H. Liebes and Comany, was Pelt, 8.
pose and in doing so loses his teeth Miss Randall and Miss Peterson were ing should be railed again in the
chosen ns the candidate of the Port­
The growing list Of Oregon authors and becomes desperate because he again chosen as members of the high fall for the purpose of discussing the land Advertising club for Queen of
According to word received in Her-
active reorganization of the body.
CAR OVERTURNS SATURDAY
mlton, Chester Pelmulder, formerly of of books has been swelled by the ad­ tries to hide the secret and win the school faculty.
Tho group has not been active since the Rose Festival, Is a niece of H. J.
this community, and Miss Mary Fri­ dition of two faculty members at Ore­ girl also.
Belscamper of Hermiston.
Photo­
EN ROUTE FROM LA GRNDE
This play promises to please every
The local experiment station has 1927. Last month, however, a meet­
day were married in San Francisco gon State college whose books have
graphs of Miss Ballou appeared In all
ing
was
called
for
the
purpose
of
one,
and
it
is
to
be
remembered
that
1600
Ailanthus
trees
for
free
dis­
Friday, March 22. Mr. Pelmulder qjo aqx "sjsqsiiqnd uioJj atuoo tsn(
the Portland papers since the an­
is well known In Hermiston having ers with previous works have written last year "The Book Agent” pleased tribution. These trees will be avail­ voting funds In the club treasury for nouncement of her candlddacy last E. L. Cherry and Local Teachers Es­
library Improvement, and officers
everybody. This lay is to be pre­ able during the coming week only.
attended school here for several new volumes.
cape Injury in Auto
week,
were elected at that time.
years. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
'Spring Flora of Northwestern Ore­ sented at the high school auditorium
Accident.
W. J. Warner went to Pendleton
Jay Pelmulder, now of Woodburn, gon,” Is the name of a new wild Friday, April 19.
Tuesday where he was attending to
Oregon and a brother of Mrs. Dowey flower key, the first ever published
Joe Norton was In Pendleton Wed­ DR. MEAD APPROVES PLAN
Snow on the highway near the
business matters.
Payne of this city. He is employed for this state alone. It is profusely ABORTION TESTS FOR LOCAL
nesday on business.
FOR STANFIELD DISTRICT summit of the Blue mountains caus­
as a radio operator at Muscle Rock, Illustrated and written In such a way
HERDS ARE NOW BEING MADE
ed the E. L. Chcry car to turn over
near San Francisco. The bride is a that it will be valuable either to
on Its side nt a turn in the road while
One
Ticket
to
Washington,
Please
|
J
A
plan
for
>60,000
in
work
on
the
graduate nurse of one of San Fran­ students or the ordinary wild flower
The regular spring abortion tests
Mr. Cherry and a party of local
cisco's hospitals. The couple will lover. It is by Dr. Helen M. Gilkey,
Stanfield district without the require­ teachers v ere en routé home from
are now being made on the project by
make their home In San Bruno.
associate professor of botany.
ment for a >60,000 loan fund pre­ La Grand ■ last Saturday. The occu­
Dr. McCapes. and an attempt has been
Another recent book Is "National
viously asked for has met the ap­ pants of the car were uninjured but
made to place every herd on the
Matthew Gordon and Holley Clark Governments and International Rela­ schedule for testing. If any herd has
proval of Dr. Elwood Mead, com­ the car itself had to he taken Into
are now located near Chelan, Wash., tions,” by Dr. F. A. Magruder, pro been overlooked this time, the owners
missioner of reclamation, accrdlug to Pendleton for extensive repairs
and are working on a government feesor of political scence at the col­ are requested to get in touch with
F. A. Baker, secretary of the Stan­
Accompanying Mr Cherry were the
project there. Toung Clark Is a lege and author of the most success­ George Jenkins, assistant county
field district.
Misses
Randall, Brierly, Petri and
brother of Mrs. Ed. Dunning who ful present hgh school civics text on agent, as soon as possible and ar­
B. E. Stoutemeyer of Portland, dis­ Frost. They had been In La Grande
lives on the North hill, and is a son national government. Dr. Magroder rangements will be made for the test­
trict counsel In the reclamation bur- attending the Saturday session of the
of Mr. and Mrs. Clark who recently spent several years In travel and In ing by Dr. Green who will be here
cou, represented the Interests of the principals and touchers meeting
came from Richland. Wash., and are study gathering information and il­ later in the Bring.:
Stanfield project at the recent Den­ wht>'h was convening In that city.
locaated on the Lee Moore place lustrations for the book.
ver meeting. His suggestion was
Two other new ones coming from
northeast of town.
that congress be asked to authorize
DEMONSTRATION
AT
CO-OP.
eastern publishers soon are "Coopera­
WATER TO BE TURNED ON
the work but that the plan carry a
tive Marketing." by N. H. Cmish,
LAUNDRY
IS
SUCCESSFUL
proviso
that
the
Interior
department
Paper hand towels are becoming
professor of economics, and "Origin
The city Irrigation water will be
have the right to hold the work in
very popular for kitchen use, from a
Through Evolution,” by Dr. Nathan
The demostration at the Co-opera­
alwysnce until 40 settlers have been turned on thle week. In district
sanitary as well as aa ecoaomlcal Fasten, head of the department of tive laundry last Saturday conducted
No. 2 and district I east of the rail­
secured to take 2000 acres of laud.
standpoint.
zoology. The latter is the first com­ by a representative of the Maytag
road the water will be on Saturday
plete layman’s discussion of thia much Washing Machine company was high­
only so those who ordinarily Irrigate
After the ice creaam has been froz­ misunderstood subject.
ly successful according to reports.
There will be a banket dinner at Friday afternoon will get the water
en. the leo and salt may be emptied
The demonstration was carried on
the Methodist church next Sunday. early Saturday morning.
lato a sack sad when the tee has
J. W. Clark left the first of the throughout the day with a fairly
Those In district No. 1 west of the
All members and friends are cordially
melted tbe "»It will remala to be need week for Montana where ho will look l»r«s attendance present, especially
Invited to bring their dinner and at- tracks will get the water approxb
after business interests
during the afternoon hours.
mately th* same time as last year.
the gtvtherlng .
CARRY ON WORK
STATE COLLEGE
WHITMAN GLEE CLUD
GIVES PROGRAM HERE
MARKETING TURKEYS
DISCUSSED AT MEET
LOCAL SCHOOL DOARD
RE-ELECTS- TEACHERS