The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, October 17, 1929, Image 1

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BLUE GRASS
SUNSHINE
IDEAL FOR C0W8
BSExmaa, uhitella county , O regon , T hursday , O ctober 17,1929
AWARDS OF JUDGES
♦ ECHO MAN KILLED
Baxter Hutchison,
Orbie ♦
AT FAIR CONTINUED ♦ » ♦ Wells,
M.
Matott, Merle Pot- ♦
MONDAY IN WRECK
ter and Hogan Miller seem to be ♦
the champion deer hunters from ♦
so far this season.
♦
FROM LAST WEEK ♦ ♦ ♦ Hermiston
Baxter Hutchison and Orbie ♦
♦
CHAMPION PEER HUNTERS
T.
HUBERT R. WILLIS, 81, FATALLY
♦ Wells returned Sunday from a
ALBERT KEN1ÇNG6 CHOSEN AS ♦ trip in the Yellow Jacket sec-
♦ tlon with a 250 pound buck,
♦ shot with a rifle that had had
PRIZE EXHIBITOR
♦ previous practice in Montana.
Winner» of Sheep, Swine, Poultry ♦ Merle Potter and Hogan Miller
4 each returned Monday with a
Premiums Given; O th ers’;
♦ buck apiece.
♦
The praises of the deer killed
Lilted Previously.
<• by M. T. Matott several weeks
The ll«t of awerdi at the Project 4 ago have already been sung.
NAMES OF 59 STUDENTS
INCLUDED ON HONOR ROLL
40 Elementary Pupils Mentioned For
Good Grades; Require­
ments High.
SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 PER YEAR
I
4 4 4 4 4 4
4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4
IGNORED ♦ MANAGER ADVISES
STATE BEEKEEPERS 4 ❖ FASHION DICTATES
------
4
A man of unusual heroism 4
distinctive tastes came Into 4
TO MEET TWO DAYS 4 : and
TURKEY GROWERS
Morion's Variety Etore Tuesday 4
4 morning. In spite of the fact 4
❖ that the season reserved for the 4
TO MARKET EARLY
4 use of straw hats by the male 4
NOVEMBER 4-5 DATES OF PEN­
♦
4 chment In the United States 4
INJURED
At the end of the first six weeks
DLETON CONVENTION
♦
4 Is past, we waved his arms de- 4
of
school,
19
pupils
in
the
high
school
♦
MRS. C. G. EKDÎK PREDICTS HIGH
__
, _ __.
and 40 pupils In the lementary grades Out-of-State Speakers to Addrcu’ ❖ termlnedly and announced— 4
♦ Funeral
Serviees Thursday Morning; were placed on the honor roI1 for
4 “It’s too hot. I want a straw 4
PRICES IN POOL
♦
Membership ; Market to be
❖ hat.”
4
having an average of "2’’ or better,
Odd Fellows Conduct
♦
❖
He bought one, too a straw <
with no unexcused absences or tardi-
Considered.
♦
4 hat in October. Perhaps he had <
Grave
Services.
unsatisfactory
citizenship
marks.
A
»
•> never heard of the man In an < Jeor^e Jenkins to Attend Grading
mark of “1” Indicates a percentage
♦
The Oregon State Beekeepers' as­ 4 eastern city who w:ib mobbed <
School in U tah; Repre­
♦
Hubert R. Willis, of Echo. Oregon, of 93 to 100 and means that the pup­ sociation will hold Its next conven­ 4 and killed because he put on a <
ils
work
to
outstanding.
A
mark
of
was fatally injured Monday night
sents 0. S. C.
tion November 4 and 5 in Pendleton 4 si,raw hat a day before the 4
Pair begun In laat week’s Herald to 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 when the car he waa driving turned "2,” 87 to 92, means that the work
•'
time
dictated,
by
fashion,
or
4
The convention Is In Umatilla county
continued here.
over several times on the highway is above the average.
4
High school pupils on the honor because the association expects to 4 p-rhaps he Just didn’t care.
Anyone with turkeys to sell who
In the sheep division: Ram, any
south
of
Hermiston,
just
beyond
the
draw Its attendance largely from < 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4
IRRIGON WOMAN WINS FIRST
oil
are:
Seniors,
Morris
Pierson,
Har­
an send them in the first shipment,
age, Thomas Campbell, first and
city limits. Mr. Willis was the owner
old Pace, Marian Henderson, Willard Umatilla, Union, Baker and Malhei r
third; E. L>. Jackson, second. Ewe,
»bout November 1, is advised to do to
IN FARM CROP DISPLAY; of a grocery store In Echo. He waa
counties, with a substantial member LIVESTOCK AT EXPOSITION
one year or over. Martin brothers,
on his way home when he had the Feltbouse, Jr., Merlin Earnhart and ship turnout from other parts of
»y Mrs. C. G. Brink, manager of the
Shirley Brownson. Juniors, Leona
first and second; Ernest Cos, third:
TO REPRESENT LARGE AREA Oregon-Idaho turkey market, accord-
Other Premiums Well Distributed accident.
eastern Oregon and the territory west
Dyer,
Mary
Brownson
and
Ruth
Lois Barnard, fourth.
The exact cause of the accident
of the Cascades, according to H. A
ng to word recently received by
Among Exhibitors of Ui
Ewe, under one year, Martin
is not known, but people who saw it Cherry.
| Sophomores. Mary Jane Sheridan, Scullen, secretary-treasurer of the Governors to Hsve Day a t Annua’ George Jenkins, assistant county
brothers, first; Lois Barnard, second
from
a
distance
say
that
the
car
turn­
tills Project.
state association.
agent. The r< ason for this advise
Pen of four lambs, Ernest Cox, first;
ed over several times and skidded William Hurly, James Neary, Edna
The program Includes several ovt
is because there is a large crop of
Portland Show, October 26
Ott,
Agnea
Roberts
and
Helen
Thomas Campbell, second.
Plock,
along about 25 feet on its aide. Mr.
of-state speakers of prominence in
turkeys In Texas that will be put on
The premium for the best Individ' Willis was picked up by passing tour­ Woughter.
Thomas Campbell, first and second;
To November 2.
the bee and honey production indut
tbe market about the time of the
Freshmen,
Howard
Cherry,
Marga­
ual
farm
product
exhibit
at
the
Pro­
Donald Jackson, third.
ists and taken to the Hermiston hos-
try. Among the problems coming up
Tirlstmas pool.
Ram lamb, Thomas Campbell, first; ject Fair was won by Mrs. Ricks pltal, where he died about half an , ret Felthouse. Franklin Shaw Jun-
for discussion at the time of meet
Mrs. Brink also said in her com­
vri
_
v
v
v.
lor,
and
Dick
Martin.
Livestock
coming
from
Cuba,
East
of
Irrigon.
Other
awards
In
this
dl
Floyd McMullin, second. The best
hour later. His neck was broken ■ .
.
.......
Ing will be the Inspection and regie «rn Canada, the Atlantic slope points munication that the indications are
vision
were:
above
the
axis
'
In
the
elementBry
grades,
the
honor
ewe and lamb exhibit was won by
tratlon problems dealing with th' he corn belt country, Texas nnd th. avorable for a good price for tur-
Potatoes. George Strohm, first
Martin Brothers.
The exhibitor
Mr. Willis was 51 years old. He is roll Included:
cleaning up of diseased colonies an ’ Mexican border—an area larger thai ;eys. She has some Information that
First
Grade:
Gilbert
Dyer,
Bobby
J.
M.
Richards,
second;
Url
and
survived by his wife, Carrie Winkle.
shewing the largest number of prise
the protection of operators followln
the says she will release soon In con­
The funeral services were today in Smith, Evelyn Page, Betty Henrlk- approved practices. The future o ever Included before— will be shown
winning animals was Albert Ken Ralph Richards, third.
it Pacific International Livestock nection with the first turkey pool and
Ear corn, W. E. Logan, first; Mrs. Echo. The Rev. Ralph V. Hinkle of sen, Maxine Mead, Irene Little.
ulngs.
Second Grade: Kenneth Bensel, the honey market will also bo cor. Exposition this year In Portland, is soon as that Information Is receiv­
Sophia Kopacz, second; and W. E. Pendleton presided at the services.
Sheep Club Classes
sldered.
October 2 6 to November 2, according ed by Mr. Jenkins, he will send It to
In Division 1 of the sheep club Logan, third. Stalk Jcorn, W. E. The Odd Fellow's lodge conducted Allan Clarke, Ruth Huff, Joyce Mc­
Of Importance to western hone
Culley,
Marion
Pierce,
Virginia
Todd,
o advance Information sent out by the turkey growers.
Logan,
first
and
second.
the services at the grave.
classes, for the best ewe or ram for
producers will be the movement no the managers of the show.
La
Verne
Williams.
.
Shipping to be Improved
Squash,
Mrs.
Sophia
Kopacs,
breeding purposes, Dick Martin won
Every effort will be made this year
Third Grade:
Maxine Bllnston, under way to locate a federal e:
Efsides the exhibition of livestock,
first; Guy Cronk, second. Onions,
first.
♦ - ♦ - ♦ - ♦ - ♦ - ♦ - ♦ - 4 - 4 - 4 Alma Laird, Ralph Marble, Jessie periment station on the Pacific ooat
here are other special features on to facilitate the whole marketing of
In Division 2, for the best market Baxter Hutchison, first; W. B. Dex­ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Moore, Geraldine Mullins, Gladys to Study beekeeping problems pecu’ he program. On Governor’s day, 1 the turkeys, according to Mr. Jen-
ter,
second.
lamb, the places were awarded in the
lar to this territory. Other impor
SCHOOL NEWS
Pearson, Loria Root.
» Patterson, governor of Oregon, will :1ns. It Is possible that the tur-
Bundle of grown oats, H. E. Honly,
following order: Donald DeMi
Fourth Grade
Edna Young, Ed- ant questions will also be taken up.
Yjilrst, second and third. Bundle of ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ « ♦ ♦ ♦
ntcrtqln the executives of sovera’ ceys will be received at two ware­
Ralph Fix, Stanley Green and Robert
♦ - ♦ - ♦ - ♦ - ♦ - ♦ - ♦ - ♦ - ♦ - 4 ' rd HalI.
>ther states and possibly Arthur M houses and there will be no duplica­
grown wheat. Bill Shable, first;
Starkweather.
Since only three weks remain be-
Fifth Grade:
Helen Dunning, ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 4
tion of shipping difficulties of last
lyde, secretary of agriculture,
'ord Brothers, second; W. E. Logan,
In Division 3, yearling lamb»
fore the presentation of the high George Newell, Clifford Roberts, Are- ♦
« Sunday morning, October ?J. th< year.,
Ird.
breeding purposes, Donald DeMoas
'It would be a great help,” Mr.
*• MINNEHAHA NEWS NOTES < ’. C. Penney hall, to be used by th,”
Thrashed grown oats, W. B. Logan school operetta, "Ghost of Lollypop'tha Williams.
won first.
Sixth Grade: Jack Bennett, Dora ♦ Mrs. M. T. Matott, Correspondent •' oys' and girls’ clubs, will be drdl- 'enklns said, "If the turkey growers
first. Barley, W. E. Logan, first. Boy," the members of the cast under
Swine Division.
the direction of Charlotte Kern are j ,me Richards, Barbara Reid, Mary ♦
4 ated. I his building has a aeatlnc vould let us know the number of
C. P. Adams won .first for the best Wheat, George Strohm, first; Soph, working hard to improve their parts.
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 4 4 4 <
Burnham, Winston Roberts.
(.parity of l<00 and will be used turkeys that will be sent In that first
ia
Kopacs,
second;
W.
K
Logan,
boar one year and over, for the best
Practice to being conducted four
Seventh Grade: Byerly Bielman, -Although the Project Fair h-s Jut
y fhn boys' end girls’ clubs and thf ihtpment and-the-number of turkeys
. v.....
sow one” year* and ever, for the best third.
times S' week. The stage is now be­ Charles Shaw, Neva Richards, Edna passed, now seems a good time L mlth-liutfes vocational Rcpole fo- at will be nraritteu -
Stock
carrots,
Baxter
Hutchison,
Sow under one year, and for 4 hogs
ing used in the practice.
Turnblad.
start plans for a community exHIb' heir dining room purposes. masi
get of one sire. Dorcas Throop won first; Logan Todd, second; E. Duvall,
Eighth Grade:
Edith Clarke, for next year. Let the different dl:
The date of the first turkey pool ia
itetings and other activities. It b
third.
Second in the last award named.
During the paat week five new pup Anna Ray Martin, Marlon OFsenf, trlcts plan competitive booths now c
-.ot definite yet, hut it will probably
.:tiinat(d
tint
about
500
head
oi
Sweet
potatoes,
C.
B.
Williams,
In the pig club, Dorcas Throop won
11 b have registered In the schools.. Dale Weils, Vivian Kane.
winter approaches, when most of th
attic, sheep, hogs and horses will be >e rather soon.
first in Division 1, and in Division 2, first; Mrs. Alfred E. Swarner, sec­ Those new in the high school are
needlework to done, and then cor ho-. n i y the club members at the
ond;
and
K.
A.
French,
third.
To Attend Turkey School
the awards were made tn the follow­
tlnue to develop plans when th .xnosltlon tills year.
Mr. Jenkins is also planning to at-
In the honey exhibit most of the Isabelle Beebe, sophomore, who h a s.^ . jj JJORTONS CO MT. HOME
ing order, Russell Lay, Walter Jendr
been attending Stanfield high sch ool:'
spring crops are put in. This wil
Colleges In Oregon, Washington end the federal school of turkey
xejewski, Kenneth
Lay,
Dorcas prizes were won by the J. Skovbo Marvin Evans, who returned from
FROM TRIP TO CALIFORNIA be certain to make a better sho’. daho, Montana, California, Utah
radlng to he held In Salt lake Octo-
family,
with
the
exception
of
the
Throop and William Wheatley. Floyd
Idaho recently; and Robert Cochran
next year.
>er 21 to 2 6. While, there, he may
Vevada, Arlrona and British Coin'
McMullin won first, Dorcas Throon first and second prizes for extract­ Juulor, formerly of Pilot Rock.
After spending almost three weeks
’<la that offer courses In agricult *•* tay a day longer to get information
ed honey, which were won by Niels
w
second in Division 3.
The two pupils in the grammar
Aureal
estate
deal
of
lmportanc
»re expected to send representative >n poultry raising.
Krtoteseson and W. O. King.
in California, Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Poultry.
school are Jean and Bert Roach, both
was concluded last week when R. E o the show this year to compete li
The turkey school Is held under
Under the W
White
hite Leghorn
Leg
division
in the second grade.
Norton returned to Hermiston late McFalls sold his home to J. G. Coch he Inter-college contests.
pcelal arrangement with the federal-
AT THE THEATRE
of the poultry awards, Hary Spinn­
Saturday afternoon. While in Cali­ ran of Pilot Rock, who immediate!?
The exhibits will not be restrict tate shipping points for the Inspect-
ing won first for the pen of four hens
For the month of September 1929
took possesaion. The sale, liandlet d to livestock alone. Apples, prunes on of turkeys. The federal govern-
fornia,
they
stayed
for
awhile
with
“W ings”
sad one cock, pen of four pullets and
the per cent of attendance in the
ent co-operates financially in thia
by W. J. Clark of Pendleton. In otatoes, corn, lumber products, furs
oue cockerel, and for one cock.
high school was 97.8 and in the ele­ relatives In Lodi and then went to eluded all of the livostock, machln
ork In states where the state agency
nd wool will also he shown.
in
those
who
are
interested
All
the
National
Bankers
convention
in
Frank Gulwits won first for the
mentary schools, 97.7.
ery and many personal articles. Mi
akes the actual work of carrying on
The night horse show, includln
pen of four hens and for one pullet. high courage, the bravery of unsel­
Based on the teacher’s reports, the San Francisco where they stayed a and Mrs. McFalls, who have llvei 1.00 horses, will be shown every nigh he Inspection. The government In-
For the pen of four hens, Mrs. T. H. fish and fearless youth, the beauty grade making the highest percentage week.
here a numbor of years, have not de
tructs in the use of turkey grades,
Mr. and Mrs. Norton made the trip finitely decided about their futur. of the exposition.
Haddox won first, and for one cock­ of human comradeship and the of attendance in September was the
uch a school may be started In Ore-
thrilling part played by the soldiers
erel, Glen Parsons won first.
third grade with a percentage of both ways by automobile. They were plans but left last Tuesday to loot
on this year, although no definite
of
the
air
In
the
World
War
should
three
days
In
going
and
four
days
In
Under the awards for the Barred
•9.4.
BAKERY CHANGES MANAGFIIEIZ rr. ngements have been made for it.
over the country around Roseburg.
"Wings"
at
the
Columbia
thea­
coming back. They enjoyed the trip
Rocks, Mrs. J. M. Richards won first
Only Oregon Representative
for four pullets and cockerel; W. E. tre Friday, Saturday and Sunday eve
At a meeting of the high school a great deal, according to Mrs. Nor­
Mr. Jenkins will probably be the
Word received from Virginia Rod
nings,
October
18,
19
and
20.
J. Roth from Roedsnort. Oregon
Lagan won first ia the beet pen of 4
student body Tuesday morning, Mary ton, who says the weather was per­ da, primary teacher at Alsea, Oregon
nly representative from Oregon at
"Wings” was writ<en by John
who has been employed at the Her
hens, and beet hen; N. B. Whitford,
Brownson was elected the social fect all the time they were gone.
says
that
she
went
to
Eugene
las'
he school. He Is being sent by the
Monk
Saunders,
who
conceived
his
l^ton
Bakery
for
the
Inst
six
weeks
While
In
San
Francisco,
the
Nor-
first, four pullets; and C. O. Marble,
chairman for the school. The con­
week deer hunting with a group oi
Ircgon State college at Corvallis.
story from his personal experiencea
first, best pullet and best cockerel.
stitution of the student body waa re­ ons spent one evening with Dr. and friends. A deer was shot, but Mlai ooh over the management of th>
it Is expected that there will be
as an aviator during the World War.
■erniieton
bskery
this
week.
M
r
Mrs.
J.
L.
Sears,
who
formerly
lived
cently revised to provide for the elect
Turkeys.
Rodda does not claim the honor oi
cveral representatives from each of
The
players
include
Clara
Bow,
Rich­
loth has teen In the bakery busl
Ia the turkey* a wards, T. A.
ion of a social chairman. In the hopes here. Dr. Sears to now going to bagging the game.
he eleven western states to be re-
ices for the past 30 years. (Its fain
O’Grady won first In two classes— ard Arlen, Charles Rogers, Johyna that in the future there might be school In San Francisco, specialising
r«entfd at the school.
Ralston
and
"Gunboat”
Smith.
ly
will
come
to
Hermiston
during
two bens and one cock and best dis­
more and better organized social In ear, nose and throat doctor'-jg.
Grace Jackson returned Sunday
Mr. Jenkins Is now busy compiling
The
film,
dedicated
to
"those
he ne- t week to make llernilstoi
play of turkeys. Guy Cronk won
events.
from a short visit in Portland with
nformatlon to help him in findng
young
warriors
of
the
sky,
whose
Is
permanent
hnn?e.
first for both the beet hen and the
At the same student body meeting
her sister, Lois Jackson.
»ut the most important facts about
BELIEVE IT OR NOT
Mr. W. R. Uowe, owner of th<
beet cockerel. M. Fuller won first for -wings are folded about them for­ the advisability of having a Hallo
onlctry aud turkeys while he to lu
ever,” Is touched with the beauty
iskery, accompanied by his uncle
the beet pullet and the beet cock.
we'en party was also discusser! Shir­
Mrs. W. A. Hindi nr and Mrs. J. H.
’tah.
of
romance.
Yet
It
to
essentially
a
Mr.
S.
It.
Jackson,
will
leave
Satur
Ducks, one drake and two bucks,
ley Brownson and William Felthouse
Walter Garner, project farmer, DcMoss attended the teachers' In­
first, Grace Logan. Geeae, one gan­ picture of war, of sacrifice, of stern were appointed by Albert Kennings, living two miles southwest of Her­ stitute In Pendleton last Thursday lay morning for Sacramento, Call
ornia, for a two weeks’ visit wltl
der and two geese, first and second, conflict, of the ulutlmate test of president of the student body, to act miston stepped Into the Herald of­ and Friday.
MODE TANCES COMING
human endurance and human con­
elativfs. Mr. Howe will then re
Grace Logan.
aa a ways and meant committee to fice Wednesday evening smiling one
urn to eastern Oregon, where lili
The first prise for the best dozen quest over fear.
consider the possibilities of having of those smiles seen only when the
Although F. B. Pennock’s orchard
Because of the length of the pic-
'uture plans will be more definite
A dance rntler the management
white eggs was won by James Todd
a party.
world
looks
bright,
and
everything
Is small, he Is harvesting about 200
y made.
if the local pout of the American
and for the beet dozen brown eggs, tuure, there will be onjy one show
shaping
good
for
the
winter.
Now,
boxes
of
apples
off
It.
They
are
starting at 7:45 during the three
Legion, will be given Saturday night
Mrs. Hooker.
The football game between Athena believe It or not, stated Mr. Garner, mostly Wlnesaps and Jonathans.
evenings.
In the Hc’-cilston auditorium. Fletch-
W. C. T. U. CONVENTION
and Hermiston high school next Fri­ but from one apple tree on my ranch
Club Werk
pr’s orchesra will furnish the musle.
In the boys* and girls' club work,
day afternoon at 3 o’clock on the we have picked <5 boxes of Stayman
Walter Garner has not been In the
This to ts e sa ne or-h’stra that play
Wednesday and Thursday
the awards tor Rhode Island Reds
local field to likely to be the occasion wineaap apples all of which are of district long but he has accomplish­
There will be at least three re­ ed during the Project fair. From now
for Athena's making a deperate at- j good grade and marketable. After ed much on the place he bought last
were made la the follow ing order:
“The Veiled Worna*”
A gigolo barters liberty for love tempt to gain hack from Hermiston | some questioning It was learned that fall. He Just sold his four acre crop presentatives from Hermiston at th' on, dances will be given every two
Joe Dyer, first; lues Sturdivant, Mor­
ris Pearson, Lawrence Swarner and In "The Veiled Woman,” to bo shown the laurels that It lost at the hands the fruit on thia tree had been thln- of potatoes at 32.50 a sack. He has state convention of the W. C. T. U weeks, according to J. E. Hailybur-
here Wedneday and Thursday. Pierre, of the local team earlier in the sea­ ned three times during the growing bought five milk cow« and a heifer 'n Pendleton from Monday to Thurs ton, chairman of the dvn e com­
▼lola Hearing.
In the Barred Rock class the played by a aew screen star. Paula son. The score at the other game, stage, also that nine sacks of wind- and baa been building up the ranch lay of next week. Those planning mittee.
•o attend are Mrs. W. H. Simmons
awards were, first. C. O. Marble, sec­ Vincenti, gives up hi owa freedom played in Athena, was ( to 0 In favor tails had been gathered and fed to aa he goes.
Mr. Oarner has Just Mrs. August Linder and Mrs. N. W.
ond, Bvelya Thorson, third, Clara to save that of Nanon, Lia Tors, who of the locale.
he hogs. With the apples
the completed harvesting 1100 boxes of Bloom. The me’tin’» will bp Ir ANNUAL MEETING OF F. T. A.
Johnson, and fourth. Anna Hedrick. bas shot a patron of a gambling
price they are this year. It does not apples, mostly Winsaps, with a few
COUNCIL HERE OCTOBER 28
White Leghorns, first. Olen Pear­ house in self defence. Ida Tors,
Plane for the freshman-sophomore take a mathematician to figure out Roman Beauties and Hpi tzenbergs. the Chrtollan church. Dr. Ella A.
Boole, national p cstdent, will ad­
who also makes her bow ta th to pic­ party for Friday evening are just the Income of this tree, and what an
son, and second, Virginia Perrin.
dress the meeting,
Black Mlnoreas, first, Paul Mar­ ture. helped write this story as well
out completed.
The sophomores orchard of thia variety would yield.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McFalls went
The annual meeting of the P. T. A
ble. Black Jersey Giants, Dorothy as taking a part in It. The theme w ill be the hosts for the freshmen Smile and tbe world will smile with to Pendleton last Frldny and return­
turned Monday eteni.ig to be with
of the story to of a woman's sacri­ and the faenlty. The requirement you.
council
will be In Hermiston Satur­
HammiTI. first.
ed in a Chrysler s»dan.
her two daught»re. Evelyn and Ela­
Tbs turkey awards In the club 41- fice and flaal reward, of a man’s for the freshmen guests to that the
day,
October
26. The meeting will
ine. while th'”’ are fi.tcn'’'P" school
■ade la the following er- reformation for her love.
rto dress like boys and tbe hoys like Skovbo in Pendleton.
Mrs. C. M. Jackson and sons, Billy here.
begin at 10 o’clock and laat all day.
svoe Swarner. first, Patricia
girls. Tbe party will be In room 4
J. Skovbo was In Pendleton Tues­ and Bobby, made a business trip to \
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At noon there will be a luncheon at
at the echool building.
Mary Ward. Marguerite Leaves HospitaL
day talking up enthusiasm for the Pendleton last Saturday.
The U Co I Ts ' > he: I Its Ccto- the hotel, nnd during the day there
mel, who waa In the
Lorain Olmmel
bill sad Margaret Johnson.
beekeepers' convention to be held
...
I her mccilng rt th' o e r* Mrr M. will be a musical program.
The prise for the beet fitted poul­ hospital tor five day» tor
there November 4 and 5. Mr. Skov­
G mb To
Memliera from allover the eounlv
Mrs Ralph Sturgeas, who has been T. Matott.
BIxU ,i •omen «'ere
t, left for boms Wedneaday
try club exhibit was won by Glen
Harv.vy Cook was In Portland Iasi bo to one of the largest beekeepers spending the summer near K-ttle «resent to enjoy the cafeteria 1 ach n lll be at the meeting. They will
afternooa.
week-end.
tn Umatilla county.
I btiHg their own speaker».
Falto In northern Washington, re- ,.rved 'by half be nwmberehin