The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, November 07, 1929, Image 1

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    The Hermiston Her ¿Id
DIVERSIFIED VAKMS
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ART. HERE.
YOL. XXIV
—NUMBER 10—
HXUDROM, UMAT3.LA COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7,
RATE INQUIRY HELD
TURKEYS TO BE RECEIVED IN HERMISTON
TUESDAY BY PUBLIC
EARLY MONDAY MORNING FOR FIRST POOL
New Schedule Effective Between
Operates After
SERVICE OFFICIALS Mile Points;
November 1.
TELEPHONE RATES REDUCED
ON SHORT DISTANCE CALTA
1929
F. T. A. PROGRAM ARRANGED
FOR MEETING NOVEMBER 14
BLUE GRASS
SUNSHINE
IDEAL FOR COWS
SUBSCRIPTION, |2 .0 0 PER TEAR
HERMISTON TO COMBINE WITH HEPPNER
ON ANNIVERSARY OF ARMISTICE SIGNING
Health to be Discussed; Harmonica
The long heralded first Idaho-Ore­ ready to receive the birds from 4:30
Band to Flay; Social Hour
gon turkey pool has finally become a on.
To Follow.
LEGION POST SPONSORS PRO­
W eight Basis Changed
reality and turkeys will be received
There has been another change in
GRAM NOVEMBER 11
in Hermiston Monday, Noember 11,
COMMISSION HAS HEARING ON
There wll be a reduction of 10 to 5 beginning at 5:20 In the morning. the announcements made in the let­
The next meeting of the Parent
ters set to members of the turkey
cents on telephone calls between tele­
OWN INITIATIVE
The prices are: 22 cents for number pool. In this letter it was said that Teachers' association will be Thurs-
phone exchanges of tho Pacific Tele­
Football Game Between High Schools
1 toms; 30 cents for number 1 hens; all turkey hens under 8 pounds and day, November 14, in the school Hot Tar Falls on Faces of Roy and
phone and Telegraph company in Ore-
Iln Afternoon; Annual Dance
Dorothy May Roth Saturday
27 cents for old toms; 22 cents for all tom turkeys under 12 pounds building. The program as announced
go, within six miles or less of each
At Night.
number 2 toms; and 20 cents for would go number 2. This hag been by Mrs. Prime, chairman of the pro­
Afternoon.
»r, according to a new rate sched
Valuation of Hermiston Light and
number 2 hens.
changed
so
that
now
all
hens
fat
and
ule filed with the Oregon public ser­
gram committee is:
Power Company Basis for Det­
The difference in price between otherwise prime will go number one,
vice commission by H. R. Risley, state
Selection, Fourth Grade Harmonica
Armistice Day will be quiet in Her­
ermining Fair Profit.
The faces, arms and necks of Roy
number 2 toms and hens has not been even though they are as light as 7
manager for the company. The new
customary in past years, but accord­ pounds. The agreement was reached Band.
Roth, 9, and Dorothy May Roth, 5, miston thi syear, but it will not be
rate schedule, which Involves reduct­
were seriously burned Saturday noon quiet in Heppner, where the Her­
ing to Mr. Walter Botkin, who just between the board of directors and
Talk, Mrs. C. E. Baker.
ions between more than CO exchanges
attended the board of directors meet­ the buyers after the previous notice "Food and Shelter for Winter Birds” at 12:30 when some hot tar that was
Beginning Tuesday morning at 10 became effective November 1.
miston post of the American Legion,
ing in Idaho, the division will be had been sent out.
being spread on the roof of the Her­
•'d o ck , tbe public service eommis-
Selection, School Orchestra.
The filing of the new rates has the made-thia year.
the Auxiliary and the people of Her­
miston
hotel
fell
on
them.
People
srton of tbe state of Oregon held hear­ approval of the public service com­
Talk, Dr. A. W. Christopherson.
Prices Low
miston have been invited to join with
who
came
to
the
assistance
of
the
two
Changes in Handling
in gs in the public library regarding mission of the state of Oregon accord­
"Community Health"
Turkey prices are about 10 cents
children
were
unable
to
remove
the
the
people of Heppner In the celebra­
There will he several changes in lower this year than they were at
tbe rates and services of the Hermis­ ing to Mr. Risley, who declared that
Piano Solo, Mrs. Joe Norton.
ton Light and Power company. The the reduction was in line with the handling the turkeys this year, ac­ this time last year, but they are
In hig talk. Dr. Christopherson will hot tar from their tarps, and It stay­ tion of the signing of the Armistice.
meeting lasted until 5 o'clock in the telephone company's announced pol­ cording to George Jenkins, assistant about the same as they were at the talk about prevalletn diseases at ed on until the doctor treated the All events of the Heppner program
children. They were rushed to the
evening.
icy in reducing charges whenever and county agent. The ware house used December pool last year. According this time of year and the duty of par­ hospital.
are under the auspices of the Hepp­
by
the
association
for
the
past
two
ents
of
children
who
have
diseases
The hearing was entirely at the wherever possible.
to government statistics, there has
ner post, with the exception of the
According
to
Dr.
A.
W.
Christo­
years
will
not
be
available
this
year
instigation of the public service com­
With the reduction, the cost of
been a 9 to 10 per cent increase in in keeping them from exposing other pherson, some slight scars may be left
high school football! game.
mission. No complaints had been telephoning between {mints effected and the turkeys will be received at the turkey population this year and children. He win also explain some
on the faceB of the children.
They
The program for Monday, Novem­
the
two
,story
brick
building
former­
of
the
means
of
protection
against
registered against the company for will be five cents for the firpt five
that may account for the difference
were brought home from the hosDltal ber 11, starts at 10:30 in the morn­
either service or rates. One of the minutes and five cents for each sub­ ly occupied l y Hurly, opposite the In price. The increase in Oregon diseases.
Tuesday.
ing with a patriotic program at the
Mrs. Henry Ott is chairman of the
duties of the public service conftnls- sequent five minutes. All calls will old Corlis Hotel.
this year was 13 per cent, in Idaho
The cause of the accident is some­ Elks’ Temple. C. W. Smith, com­
Another
important
change
Is
that
the
sion is to investigate reasonable­ be on what is known as a statlon-to-
there was a slight decrease and in social hour that will follow
what disputed, but it was probably mander of the Heppner post, will be
meeting.
ness of rates, adequacy of service and station basis; that is, giving the num­ the graders will represent the asso­ Montana a decrease of 15 per cent.
paused by the tar’s exploding, caus­ In charge. The program will be as fol­
ciation.
Association
men
who
will
accommodations of public utilities, ber in the town called and the num-
Local markets are not yet quoting
ing some of it to fly twenty feet or lows:
unless they are municipally owned. ber of the telephone placing the call. handle the turkeys say they will be prices.
more.
Invocation.
The Hermiston Light and Power com­
Calls between Adams and Athena,
REBEKAHS TO MEET AT ECHO
, The children were out in the back
Remarks, C. W. Smith.
pany is now owned by the American Athena and Weston, Echo and Stan­ RODDA ELECTED PRESIDENT
NANCY M’NAUGHT CHOSEN
Flag drill, children of primary
SATURDAY FOR CONVENTION yard of the bakery and Just started
Engineering and Management Cor­ field, and Hermiston and Stanfield
towards the house to get some water grades.
OF
OREGON
STATE
BEE
MEN
poration.
will be affected by the new schedule,
HEAD OF 0. S. C. LUNCHEON
for their mother when the tar fell on
Song, high school glee club.
The hearings took the nature of an according to J. A. Murray, manager
them.
Address, Dr. Poling of O. S. C.
Saturday, November 9, the twenty
Investigation into the valuation of for the company in this area.
Solo,
Aagodt Friggard.
W.
G.
Rodda,
of
Hermiston,
was
the company’s property to determine
Oregon State College Corvallis, second annual convention for district
Song, high school girls' octette.
whether the company was making a LOCAL CANNERY DISCUSSED
elected president of the Oregon State Nov. 7-(Speclal) -Nancy
19 of the Rebekah lodge will be held
McNaught
Community singing led by Dr. Pol­
fair return on the capital invested.
Beekeepers* Association at the con­
In Echo. The morning meeting will
ing.
<*
SCHOOL
NEWS
♦
No decision has yet been reached
BY 0. S. C. SPEAKER FRIDAY vention held at Pendleton Mpnday of Hermiston, a senior in home eco­ begin at 10:00, the afternoon sens
(By the Juniors)
<•
the commission about the
Parade at 1:30
and Tuesday of this week. The other nomics, was chosen chairman of a ion at 1:30, and the evening Bes ♦
• • • ♦ • • • • • • • • • ♦ a
Starting at the Tum-A^Lum cor­
charged.
officers elected were J. Skovbo, Her­
sion at 8 o’clock.
ner at 1:30 in the afternoon will be
Members of the commission who
Local women interested in the es­ miston, vice-president, and H. A. Hallowe’en luncheon given by Cap
District 19 of the Rebekah lodge
a parade to the football field where
were at the meeting were: Frank tablishment of a cannery in Hermls- Scullen, Corvallis, secretary and and Gown, a ocai senior woman's comprises Umatilla
Honor Society Members
county and
Miller, chairman H7 lcn_ H‘
The memberhlp list for the Torch the game between Hermiston and
Aon were advised in the problems of treasurer. Mr.* Skovbo was also honorary at Oregon State college. Boardman. Henrietta Rebekah lodge
•astern district; O. C. Bortsmeyer,
will act as hostess. The meetings Honor society recently adopted by the Heppner high schools will be played.
elected as head of one of the depart­
The luncheon honored presidents of will be held in the city hall.
western district. The chief engineer such an undertaking Friday after­ ments— inspection work.
high school student body has been In the parade w ill be the members
w as Mr. Lester, and John Beckwith noon when .5. H. Welgard, professor
made up. Those entitled to member­ of the two football teams, the wom­
Delegates from* Oregon, Washing­ all women’s organizations on the
en’s football team, cars, and other
ef horticultural products at O. 3. C., ton and Idaho wore at the meeting. campus.
acted as stenographer.
ship are:
Candidate* For Directora
W. 3. Warner was the attorney talked in the public library at
.Seniors, Shirley Brownson, Albert features.
Some facta brought out at the meet­
Cap and Gown, a local senior
The game itself begins at 3 o’clock.
Itor the company and X. Martin o'clock.
Four candidates have announced Kennings an<f Morris Pierson.
ings Included: Malheur and Umatilla women’s honorary, was organized in
•'
Smith was the company's engineer.
their willingness to hold offices as
Juniors, Mary Brownson, Ruth In the previous game played this sea-
counties
produce
more
honey
than
Professor Welgard was optomistlc
sen between Heppner and Hermis-
Nicholas Codd, of Spokane, former
any other counties In Oregon. The In 1826 as an organization of re­ directors of the Hermiston Irrigat­ Cherry and Enos Martin.
The io n District. They will be voted on
president of the company, was at the in considering the prospects for
Sophomores, Bill Hurly, Fern Lind­ trn high schools, the score was a
bee is more valuable as a polllnizer presentative senior women.
meeting, as also was Frank Ralph, of cannery. He told of other places in than as. a honey producer. H. A. qualities on which prospective mem­ at an election November 12. W. J. ner, Jimmy Neary. Edna Ott, Mary nothing to nothing tie. W. J. War­
Pendleton, C. S. McNaught, mayor of the west and central states where Scullen in his talk pointed out that bers are judged are womanliness, Templeton and Henry Ott are candi­ Jane Sheridan. Helen Woughter. Mar­ ner will be the referee.
After the game there will be a
Hermiston, and
other interested canneries had been started on a bees are valuable to alfala crops.
dates for the director to serve for jorie Burnham and Agnes Roberts.
leadership and character. Miss Mc­
small scale and had grown success­
luncheon for the Legion and Legion
townspeople.
three years. E. L. Jackson and J. J
Others from Hermiston attending
Play Cast Selected
fully.
The Junior cast for the play "Safe­ Auxilary members in the Legion hall.
the meeting besides Mr. Skovbo and Naught is president f Cap and Gown Skovbo are candidates for the direc­
He wae parlculariy careful to ad­ Mr. Rodda were George Bancroft and and one of the most popular women ' tor to serve until he first Tuesday ty First” has been selected by Dora
R A T S OFFICIAL EXPLAINS
Dance at Night
I
vise the local people to be careful J. H. Tabor.
Stevens, coach. The play will be
On the Oregon State campus.
in January, 1932.
At 7:30 will be an all-talking
MEAT HANDLERS’ RULING not to run up a large Initial ex­
given December 6.
patriotic feature at the Star theatre
pense.
Some of his suggestions In-
Following are members of the cast: and later will be the annual Armis­
eluded the purchase of a pressure
Mary Brownson, Ruth Cherry, Bar­ tice dance at the Elks temple.
William Duby Cautions Fanners
cooker that could can 75 number two
bara Root, Emogene Paul, Grace Rod­
Since there will be no program at
cans in 20 minutes and would cost
da, Donald DeMoss, Enos Martin, Hermiston at all on Armistice Day,
Keep Track of liv e ­
about |1 0 0 ; using part of the laun­
Gerald Haddox and Elbert Hutchi­ Heppner is expecting a number of
stock.
dry for the canning or renting some
son.
persons from here to be present at
room rather than undertaking the
The managers are: Ernest Cox. the celebration. The Legion and
construction of a building; copera-
stage manager; Enos Martin, adver­ Auxiliary are making plans to go to
Some common misunderstandings
tion
among the women in their cann­
tising manager; Barbara Root and Heppner.
of farmers in regard to tbe peddling
Victor Addleman, property manag­
of meat were explained Wednesday ing of their surplus crops instead
of having hired help; and prompt­
ers; and Ethel Kennings, make-up.
by William Duby, a representative of
W. H. Lytle, state veterinarian, when ness in canning up-products brought
WILLING WORKERS MEET
to the cannery. Often, he said, small
To Vote on Budget.
be stopped in Hermiston.
canneries
permit
produce
to
lie
A
budget
allowing
$2Oo
for
alter­
A class A license permits a meat
dealer to slaughter and sell meat around and spoil or deteriorate in
ations of the high school building will
The members of the W illing Work­
value.
wherever he wishee. A claae B li­
be voted on November 16. A fire es­ ers Club met today at the home of
The idea would be to start the
cape for the north side nt the study Mrs. Zole Linder. The meetings are
cense permits a dealer to sell meat
cannery on a small scale and then aa
In only one place and sell only meat
ball is being considered. Plans for
held every two weeks, the last one
It
became
established
to
make
a
com­
that has been stamped with a pro­
wo types, ladder and tubular, have
being at the home of Mrs. Annetta
mercial enterprise out of it.
been submitted to the school board
ducer’s tag or has been bought from
Barham. October 24.
Professor Welgard also spoke be­
* Class A dealer.
(or its approval.
Memebers of the club are Mrs.
fore the Farm Bureau meeting in
If a farmer wishes to transport a
Elizabeth Knuf. Mrs. Carolina Till­
the evening.
carcass, he must procure a producer’s
Grammar School.
son, Mrs. Dora Mikesell and Mrs.
Mary Hemphill returned to school
tag from the sheriff, or in lieu of that
Zole Linder.
fonday after being absent for a long
must have a hili of sale. After a
farmer has a producers tag, he must NEW CROPS IN FLOODED
Ime on account of her brother’s 111-
•ell the entire carcass to a licensed STATES BRING PROSPERITY
1 iess.
SCHOOL OPERETTA FRIDAY
dealer.
Harold Roth from North Bend en­
te r e d the first grade recently, making
Mr. Duby also cautioned livestock
The introdoctlon of now habits of
owners to keep a close check on the planting, following the Misslmippl Val­
||h e enrollment of that grade 26.
Final prernrailons are belng made
* Arthur Youngs, who was a pupil In
•mount of stock on their ranches, so ley flood of 1827, has brought added
fh e first grade, has moved to Wash­ by Charlotti Kern, director, to pres-
tkat they might know If any is be­ prosperity to farmers in many of tbe
ent thè high scbool operetta, "Ghoet
ing stolen or lost.
ington, D. C.
Mississippi Delta counties, according
; Roy Roth Is absent from the second of Lollypnp Bay." Frlday evenlng.
Pamphlets explaining the stock and to Red Crocs oflicialz.
trade as a result of being burned Novemb r 8. st 8 o’clock. Leading
poultry theft laws and the regula­
Almost every cabin has a flne vege
Philip Wilson returned to school members of the cast are: Mary
tions for meat handlers may be pro­ table garden, whereas cotton formerly
Monday after a long absence on ac­ Brownson, Helen Grigg, Margaret
cured nt the Herald office.
grew right to the doorstep, the Red
Felthouse, Shirley Brownson, Jewell
Police officers all over the state Cross states. Tbe home demonstration
count of sickness.
The second grade had a Hallowe’en Smith. Dirk Hitt, Eugene Hanby.
are supposed to stop any kind of a and agricnltnral agents have followed
party Friday afternoon in the class Morris Pierson and Albert Kennings.
vehicle that they see carrying car- sp the project Inaugurated by tho Rod
easees to find If tbe carcass Is prop­ Cross, Inunodlately after the Rood of
room.
Mrs. Tom Fraser visited the first To Take Armistice Vacation.
erly tagged.
1127. with very gratifying anceess
Several of of the teachers in high
grade Friday afternoon.
There Is a large acreage la corn
The pupils of the fourth grade ac­ school and grammar school are
whereas formerly cotton wae the one
WEATHER REPORT
A . I.
companied by their teacher, Laura planning to take advantage of the
crop. Alfalfa has gained a Arm foot
Wallace, attended a Hallowe’en party vacation Monday on accotflt of Ar­
According to
Charles
Taylor, hold, and tbe growing of this crop Is
Thursday evening, October 31. The mistice day to make trips home or to
itber observer, the report for the bringing good financial returns from
tarty wag In the basement of the visit friends. Dora Stevens Is plan­
last week was::
the three or four cuttings each year.
Methodist church.
ning to leave Friday evening for her
High Low Live stock also is showing
Edna Youngs, a pi pll In tho fourth home in Caldwell, Idaho. Catherine
October 21 _____________ 62
22 moat dee to these new
grade, has left for Washington, D. C. Cranna will go to Lewiston. Idaho,
November 1 _______________ (2
22
Everything considered,
Mary Jane Hamm r, who has been to visit friends. Clara Gehnert wilt
November 2 _____________ (4
27 sections which escaped a
absent from school v Hit chicken pox, probably be In Portland. Mrs. Jes­
November 2 _____________ 52
22 problem la tbe Spring of 1829 are la e
is bsck again.
sie Hinellne will first drive to Mil­
November 4 ----------------------- 56
20 prosperous eonditioa, a s .a reeait of
The third grade Ibis wvonth has a ton, to visit relatives and will
15 ---------------- 4
52
22 tho follow ep and rehabilitation by tho
pilgrim Village on its sand table.
then go on to Iduho.
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