The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, February 27, 1930, Image 1

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SUNSHINE
BOZAL ZOZ COWS
▼OL XXIV
The Hermiston
—-NUMBER
4 -H CLUBS BEING
ORGANIZED HERE
HERMISTON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY,
HERMISTON JERSEY
BREEDERS’ MET FEB. 22
C. Dyer Elected President; Other
Officers and Directors
Elected for 1930.
HERMISTON WINS
FIRST DEBATE
U. D. IMPROVEMENT
ASSN. REPORT FOR JAN
W. C. Eernkamp, Tester, in his Re­
port Shows That 683 Cow* Were
Tested in January.
DIVERSIFIED FARMS
FAY — OPPORTUNITIES
ARE ITERE
FEBRUARY V t, 1930
SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 PER YEAR
ECHO DEFEATED BY
LOCALS FEBRUARY 26
PENDLETON ELKS WILL HAVE
MINSTREL SHOW MARCH 6
MUSICAL CONCERT
TO BE GIVEN MAR. I
The minstrel show which is to be
presented by the Pendleton lodge of
Elks Is getting well under way and
the boys will strut their stuff, on
TWO GIRLS CLUBS ORGANIZED
LOCALS WIN FIRST LAP FOR THE
The January report of the Umatilla LOCAL QUINTET WINS FINAL OF Thursday night, March 6, at the WALLA WALLA COLLEGE VIOLIN
Lu C. Dyer was re-elected presi­
CHAMPIONSHIP
SY LOCAL TEACHER
Dairy Improvement association just
Rivoll theatre, Pendleton.
TRIO TO APPEAR SATURDAY
SEASON, 29 TO 12
dent of the Hermiston Jersey Breed­
Issued by W. C. Kernkamp tester
It's going to be a wow says those
ers' association at the annual meet
who have attended the rehearsals
I m A bts Chosen; Meeting* to be Held lng of the association held Satur­ Hermiston Defeats Heppner Te*ms shows that 683 cows In 65 herds
were tested during the month. The Locals Play Helix Saturday Night Very much has been accomplished Professor Hickman, a Concert Artist,
In two Debates With a
in the Local High School
day, February 22, In the Hermiston
In Sub-district Tournament
average production per cow was 24.7
In the short time that the chorus
Will be Here With Musical
Unanimous Decision.
for Organization.
library. The office of vice-presi­
At Helix.
pounds of butterfat and 9* cows
has been rehearsing and this year's
Trio to Entertain.
dent w ill be tilled by J. S. Scott dur­
produced over 40 pounds.
show will surpass any minstrel show
TTnder the leadership of Mrs. W. ing the coming year and C. M. Jack-
Tuesday night the Hermiston high
C. A. Lynch with an average pro
The Echo high school basketball heretofore presented by the Pendle­
Mr, school deabting teams met Heppner ductlon of 30.4 pounds Is the owner
A. Hlnellne, home economic* teacher son will serve as secretary.
(By Dewey Payne)
ton lodge of Elks.
la the Hermiston high school,
Jackson has been secretary of thia in the first debate of the season, of the high herd having over 20 cows team met defeat at the hands of
Walla Walla Violin Trio assisted
This
might
be
called
an
"Annual
group of the girl* In the school or­ association for many years except I The debators here, upholding the at- In herds having between 12 and 20 Hermiston Wednesday, February 26, Charity Minstrel Show” for the pro­ by Lorene Rldout, reader and Board-
ganized two 4-H clubs last Tuesday during last year when the office was firmative side of the question, were cows, T. H. Haddox tops the list with on the local courts to the tune of ceeds derived from the show are man Noland, saxaphonist, will ap­
Ruth Cherry and Maurice Pierson 37.4 pounds production. A. R. Cop­ 29 to 12. After the first whistle turned over to the charity fund of pear at the auditorium at Hermis­
afternoon. Fourteen girls enrolled filled by S. H. Barnard.
Dlr^fctors elected to represent the The debators who traveled to Hepp- pock’s herd of 9 was high In the sounded, Hermiston forged ahead
la each of these clube. some being
the lodge, which funds are expended ton, Saturday evening, March 1, at
member* of both clubs This work various blocks in the association | ner to debate, upholding the nega- class of under 12 cows with an aver­ and was leading by a safe margin at for charitable work only. In this 8 o'clock.
which is being undertaken by Mrs. were: H. H. Christiansen for Block stive side of the question, were Jane age of 40.8 pounds. According to the end of the first quarter, the county.
Prof. John Hickman will offer this
Elk lodges all over the
Hlnellne is filling a need whch has
J. B. Scott for Block n , H. J. Ott Warner and Eddie Bensei. The ques­ the report, Mr. Coppack had the score being 21 to 1 In the local’s United States are noted for the community a worth while musical
existed 'n the community for some for Block III, F. H. Reika for Block tion was "Resolved: that the United high producing herd and the high favor. After the half Echo outplay­ charitable work they do In their own program. He has appeared as a
time, since each year there has been IV, and C. M. Jackson for Block V. States should cease to protect by eet producing cow for the month ed the locals but coulu not run up respective communities, and Pen­ concert artist in many cttles of the
a group of girls interested in the
Other business done at the meet­ armed force American capital Invest­ Ills herd produced an average of the score enough to get over the dleton lodge as well as othep Elks United States and Canada and he of­
work but without a leader. 4-H cluo ing dealt primarily with the financ­ ed In foreign countries except after 40.8 pounds and Buttercup, his grade mark made by the locals iu the first
lodges are formost in charitable work fers no apologies for those who cornu
quarter.
deader* will meet with boje and ing of the association and as a result a formal declaraton of war.”
to support him In this concert. The
Guernsey,
produced
81.6
pounds.
The line-up for Hermiston was: among fraternal organizations.
Both local teams won a unanim­
girls who wish to enroll in club of acton taken, the annual ass
readings by wigs Rldout and Mr. No­
Many
tuneful
numbers
consisting
work at the Hermiston high school ment per block will be *40.00* in ous decision over their opponents and Carl Anderson had the second high­ Smith, c; Nation, f.; Felthouso, f.; of southern melodies and the latest land are selected to add fullness to
est
cow,
Dag,
a
grade
Holstein,
hav­
Hammond, g.; Martin, g.; D. Mar­
this week. Leaders in the Stanfield the future instead of the *25 assess­ have a good start to go a long ways.
song hits from Broadway will be an entertainment which aoarklcs
tin, s .; Klages, s .; Hurly, s.
district will hold meetings at the ment which has been made during The judges at Heppner were: Mrs. ing produced 71 pounds.
with dash and variety. The readers
A correction in the December re­
The girls game was called off on presented in true professional style. perform with energy and command
This action was Lucy E. Rogers, Mrs. Frank Turner,
Stanfeld high school next M onday previous years.
Harmony
is
what
these
boys
have
port
listed
In
this
paper
states
that
account of so many of them being ill
morning at 9 A. M. The purpose of thought necessary in order to finance and Mrs. A. Bechdolt. The judges
most of and the boys arc running the keenest Interest.
here were: Mr. C. Hoisington, Mr. W. O. Webber's cow, Blossom, should with the flu.
both meetings is to organize clubs the purchase of high quality sires.
Mrs. Hickman, with heT varied ac­
Next Saturday the local quintet true to form. Such stars as Roy complishments at tha piano, will
for 1930.
Arrangements were alBo completed F.’C. Fitzpatrick and Mr. W. W. Kel: have been Included oh the honor roll
Buchanan,
Ed
(Ole)
Olson,
Nat
Kim­
In class D, having produced 936 will Journey to Helix to play In the
play. Mabel Smith, a student of
Judging from the list of names for the purchase of a young bull ty. Miss Stevens is the coach for the pounds of milk and 45.8 pounds of
sub-district tournament. Their first ball and Bert Jerard are rehearsing much promise, and who appears with
given at a club meeting held at the from Mrs. Neal of Oregon City. This debating squads and a great deal of butterfat during December.
seeretely
in
order
to
present
some­
game will be with Helix and this
charming effects, will play a violin
local high school last Monday night bull Is the grandson of Crown Sy-1 credit Is due her for the winning of
promses to be an exciting game as thing new in jokes and songs that solo. In addition to her part In the
the enrollment this year will be bel's Warder, a bull recently pur-1 the debates,
they beat the locals once and the will be sure-fire hits.
larger than in the past. Last year chased by the association from Mrs.
IT’S NOT YOUR TOWN, IT’S YOU locals won from them once.
The cast Includes 50 voices, In­ trio. Keylor Noland, only u». , io,
This
Neal
and
a
grand
champion
show
|
FARM BUREAU AUXILIARY
there were 6 clubs at Hermiston and
cluding
8 end men and 4 soloists. plays with unusual feeling, an 1 is
also decides which one of the teams
being received elsewhere wl:h en­
four at Stanfield having a total en­ bull as well as a proven sire.
TO MEET MARCH
If you want to live In the kind of goes to Pendleton for the district The second part Includes skits, vau­ thusiasm. The p rogrin will bo
rollment of «7. There will be as
deville
acts,
music
and
tap
dancing.
town
tournament.
many organized this year as there la
A meeting of the Farm Bureau Like the kind of town you like
In all the show Is bigger and better clean and attractive and will far
CELEBRATES NINETY FIRST
• demand for, according to the as­
Auxiliary will be held at the Colum­ You needn’t slip your clothes in a
In every way. A full night of clean, surpass anything thia :o n . nl'v is
BIRTHDAY
sistant county agent.
U.
F.
ATHLETIC
MEET
AUG.
15-16
bia club house at 2 o'clock March 7.
wholesome
entertainment Is assured Often privileged to hear
grip
A generous response Is expected.
Walther Ott will act as leader of
It Was a happy gathering of up­ A demonstration with a fireless And start on a long, long, hike.
all those who wind their way to the
the Jersey calf club again this year.1 wards. of a score of Hermiston folks cooker w ill be given by Mrs. A. E. You’ll only find what you left be­
The sixth annual athletic mbet Elks Minstrel show March 6, at the
He is also a member of the club and who came to the home of Clara G.| Bensei, when a whole meal will be
of the Union Pacific lines, one of Rivoli theatre, Pendleton. Seat sale
hind.
Has started a fine herd of registered rtfett and her mother, Mrs. Lola S. cooked on this cooker. Mrs. Dunn­ For there’s nothing that's really the largest Industrial athletic vents opens at the Rivoll theatre Sunday,
Jerseys since being a member of this Hall last Saturday to celebrate Mrs. ing to chairman of the entertain­
ever to be staged, will be he'd at March 2,
new.
club. J. W. McMullen has been lead­ H all’s
ninety-first birthday.
It ment committee. Each one Is re- It's a knock at yourself when you Ogden, Utah, August 16 and 16, ac
er of the Holstein club for several proved to be a shingle party and was I quested to bring a knife, fork and
cording to Jake Ran, athletic repre­
knock your town—
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years and has agreed to .continue in quite appropriate for a birthday I plate with them to the meeting.
sentative for tshe company’s clube­
It Isn't your town, It’s YOU.
<•
Columbia School District
that capacity this year. C. M. Jaak-
for ewsrybody carried a I In regard to the cannery the com- Real towns are not -made by men in Oregon and , Washington;
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♦
HOME
POINTERS
son w ill lead the pig club for the shlngle. The table decorations w erelm itte» In charge would like for all
Mr. Barrlger Is building a new
The bowlers and basketball men ♦
afraid,
❖
second year. The sheep club will flowers sent by Mrs. IUsley from I those Interested to please sign their Lest somebody else get ahead
porch on his house at the Hoisington
representing the Northwest will leave
he led by S. H. Barnard who is fill California and the refreshments were I name In teh book at the Herald of- When every one works and nobody Portland Wednesday night for Rock
ranch.
(From school of Home Economics,
lag the position previously occupied plenteous and satisfying. Rev. Dow-1 flee,
Mr. and Mrs. Jap Templeton and
Springs, Wyoming, to settle the
shirks
Oregon
State
College)
by E. D. Martin during recent year* ell read and offered prayer before
Uncle Johnnie Thom were Sunday
The
You can raise a town from the dead. winter sports championships.
and who ha* found It necessary to the gathering broke and songs and I RFJHSTR ATTN BOOKS NOW OPEN And If, while you make your per­ Northwest entries In the meet were
guests at the Lynch home.
A large, boneless piece of roast
discontinue his leadership because games were indulged In with great
Dorcas Throop was a week-end vis­
selected by elimination contests. which Is slightly underdone may be
sonal stake,
of pressure of other duties. Defin­ enjoyment.
They include a men’s basketball reheated In the piece, by mashing itor at the Templeton home.
■ Tjje registration books are now Your nelghbore can make one too,
ite arrangement* have not been made
Claude Haddox was a business vis­
_ _ -
_ . _
.open for the May primary. J. S. Your town will be what you want to team, a men’s bowling team and e enough potatoes to cover the meat
for the poultry club and this will
itor
In Walla Walla over the week­
women’s bowling team.
see—
with a layer about one-fourth of an
w iM
CTO AT h
e
e t the re f ter for the erml
be taken care of la the near future. ^ S
end.
TEAM WINS LUr AT HEFFNER | ton precincts. If you have removed It Isn't the town, it’s you.
Inch
thick.
Season
the
potatoes
with
This club was led last year by Mr*.
Judge Rogers and family are mov­
or have not registered in the Hfer-
salt, pepper, a little milk and butter
Registered at B o t t
Marble and it 1* hoped she will con­
Tha Hermiston degree staff of the
mlston precincts and wish to vote at From McMinnville.
W. H. Herscher, Pendleton; C E. or drippings, spread over the meat, ing to Stanfield thin week. Mr. Rog­
tinu e In this capacity. Two new I. O. O. F. lodge got away with the
the primaries In May, consult Mr.
Rev. and Mrs. G. L. Hall were In Gorman, Portland; Leo Klrkham, brush with beaten egg and dredge ers haa been located on the Frank
club projects have been added to the honors at Heppner Saturday night
West. The books w ill close about Hermlsy>n this weeft to celebrate The Dalles; Mr. and Mrs. Dammon. with crumbs. Put In a baking dial: Beddow place for the past year.
list this year. One a senior 4-H elub at the convention there. They won
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Conrad have
AprU 15.
the ninety-first birthday of his moth­ Craigmont, Idaho; and Mr. and Mrs. in a hot oven, beat until nicely
designed to Include member* be­ the cup at this meeting which makes
moved to Iloldman.
er. Mrs. L. S. Hall.
Leathers, of Bingen, Washington.
browned.
tween the ages of 19 and 21. . The the second time they have gotten
Mrs. Templeton entertained the
J .W
work will be similar to the junior away with this honor and the cup
following at a birthday dinner last
Ham butter io.- bundwiches is ,
work except that larger projects will now to the property of the Hermiston
Saturday. Mrs. Shannon, Mrs. Lilly,
picnic accessory that may be made
be carried and competition will be lodge. The team was composed of
Mrs. Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Luttrell,
and kept in a cool place ready foi
limited to senior members at the the following members: Cecil War­
Uncle Johnnie Thom, Clifford and
several days. To make: chop boil­
state .fair. At the Pacific Internat­ ner, Joe Reeves, Curtis Simons, O. T.
Winston Roberts, Jack Dotson, Pat
ed ham and mix with almost an
ional, seiilor members may compete Lockridge, Ralph Shaffer, George
Throop aud Norval Shannon. The
equal amount of butter. It is Lesl
1* all club classes. Prizes which will Harkenrider, W. E. Logan, George
afternoon was spent in playing
io
keep
It
closely
covered
and
In
c
be given for competition at the Beddow, Herbert Thompson, Gwen
games.
•col place.
state fair are offered by the Oregon Hughes, Antone Soneson, George
Jap Templeton and George Beddow
Bankers' association. There will be Sales, M. L. Watson, Jap Templeton,
attended lodge In Heppner Saturday.
Left-over ham Is excellent cream­
twelve prizes ranging from *25 to W. I. Meade. Paul Miller. Otto Pierce
Mr. and Mrs. Luttrell and Mr. and
ed and highly seasoned. One table­
and Virgil Smith. Individual prizes
82.50.
Mrs. Templeton were Pendleton vis­
The other new project this year were won by Cecil, Warner, Gwen
spoon of Worcestershire sauce to
itors last Thursday.
w ill be a Handicraft club.
This Hughes. Paul Miller. W. ft. Logan
each cup of white sauce may be used.
Mrs. Jendrzejewskl and Bernard
Is planned to teach persons wbo wish and Curtis Simmons.
were Sunday visitors at the Dave
The "4931 I. O. O. F. convention
to learn bow to use common tool*
Celery, cut fine and added to Conrad home.
and how to improve farm equipment will be held In Hermiston some time
cranberry Jelly just bofore it stlf
Mrs. Udey is spending a few days
and also the boy, through no fault of next February. The following are
fens, is very nice. This Is molded visiting her daughter Florence who
Ms, who Is unable to carry on agri­ the officers elected for this year:
Here to the new type et locomoUve evolved In England and called the "Hush-Hush” engine because of the and later garnished with celery Is attending school at The Dalles.
cultural projects. The work of this Otto Pierce, president; George Ely,
secrecy that surrounded It* construction. It to capable of high speed and embodies new principles of boiler design. curls.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson who have
club w ill Include such as making a Morgan, vice president; D. W. Davis,
been living In the Bill Graham
wood box, a book rack, a tool box, Echo, secretary; Joe Bailey, Pendle­
Cranberry Ice may be served In house have moved to Seattle.
work bench, etc. If sufficient Inter­ ton, treasurer; George Christie, Pen­
tall glasses with tho meat course
Mr. Steiner and two small children
est to shown In work of this kind, dleton, warden; E. J. Bristol, Ione,
and Is a change from cranberry have moved to the Charlie Williams
every effort w ill be made to secure a conductor; Charles Mitchell, Pilot
sauce or cranberry Jelly.
ranch. Mr. Ftelner Is yet undecided
leader and start a Handicraft club. Bock, Inner guard; Blane Chapel,
as to what type of farming he will
Any boy or girl In the community Hardman, outer guard; and E. R.
Baicon drippings add flavo' to carry on.
who might be overlook<4 in the or­ Houston, Heppner, chaplain.
Claude Haddox spent Thursday
every
food that Is cooked in them,
ganization meeting b it who to In­
or In which they are used.
The evening at. the C. A. Lynch home.
terested In elub work should com­
FATHER’S AND SON’S
Helen Jendrzejewskl was a guest
drippings are especially good in
municate with the leader of the club
BANQUET MARCH 8 I
saumkt fair m^j Its ayrd ve<e’iib!e( of Dorcas Throop Sunday.
interested la, or inquire of the assist­
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stewart were
When added to the dressing (or fowl
ant county ageat.
“ The Father’s and on’s banquet w ill I
and other meats, a partleu.a ly dinner guests at the Belstumper
be held In the basement of the M. E. |
home Sunday.
rich flavor to produced.
Ella Shockey was taken to the hos­
GORDON
church Saturday venlng, March 8.
pital Tuesday.
Ella fainted while
Every father bring your son. If you I
Appointed Member of Committee.
Comlng as a surprise to friends have no eon borrow oae. The Scouts
Superintendent Frank E. Shaw standing by the stove and was quite
of Mrs. W. D. Gordon of Hermiston urge you to cme.
A I
has recently been appointed a mem­ seriously burned.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Altuan and
who passed away Saturday evening good program to assured, and Chief
ber of the Orogon High 8chool Prin­
family
are moving to tho Frank Bed­
after having been 111 about a week. Hawley will be there. Back the best
cipal's Association research commit­
She was operated on at College Place organization In town and come. The
tee, "The Fundamental Process« h In dow ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Harr spent
where sh^ died. Shis Trice to 75 cents a plate. Entire |
High School,” according to advice
Monday
visiting in Pendleton.
well known around Hermiston proceeds to go to Scout program.
from the office of the association's
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Keller and
as she had lived on the north hill
executive secretary at Eugene.
Rosemary and Mrs. Jess Hopper waje
about IS year*. Funeral servtees
American people send more than I
visitor* In Pendleton last Thursdny.
were held Monday morning in Mil­ tt.dOd.OOO.dOO messages over the |
T° Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Stockard were
ton, Oregon, w han she was burled. telephone lines in a year.
Mr. and Mrs. AI' ia Chrlstley ac­
She to survived by four sons, Fred,
The six winners of the Nobel prises for 1ICB after being presented with tlielr swards by King Gnstav of Ku-edea. companied by Mrs. A. Hammer w»nt Sunday dinner guests at the R. 11.
ft to right: Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins of CamMdg* university. Prof. Arthor Harden of Ixmdon university, to Portland Saturday where Mr. Stockard home.
Mathew. Hoi I is and Clarence and
Approximately 2800 people are I
King Fritz has been visiting at
ornas Mann of Germany, Prof. Hans Von Euler of Stockholm university. Prince Louis Victor, Due do Broglie of I Chrlstley was taken to the Emanuel
her bnabnbd. W. D. Oordon. all of employed by the Pacific Telephone,
ria and Prof. Owen W. Rl< hardaon of King's college, Dindon.
the Luttrell home for the past week.
thto city.
and Telegraph company la Oregon.
I Jjne-iltal to be operated on.
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