The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, April 25, 1935, Image 1

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are often
Hprmisfun Hrraln
the tools by
fashions us tor
things.—Henry Ward Beecher.
Will Become Effective January 1,
1936; Unless Federal Program
Is Continued.
A law to aid in the eradication
and suppression of Bang’s disease
within the state, which is designed
to carry on the control work. If and
when the federal government ceases
its present testing and indemnity
operations, was passed by Oregon’s
recent legislative session. The new
law does not provide for state in­
demnities, but it does require the
compulsory testing for Bang’s di­
sease in all counties where the dairy
animals exceed the number of other
cattle kept on farms.
Any county may avail itself of the
provisions of the law on the petition
of owners of at least 60 per cent of
all cattle in the county. On the oth­
er hand, the application of the law
may be discontinued at the request
of 60 per cent of the owners of cat­
tle in that county. The law is to
take effect January 1, 1936, al­
though if the federal program is con­
tinued through 1936, the state act
will become operative January 1,
The law provides for a qualified
Bang's disease Inspector in each
county, to be appointed by the coun­
ty court, who must test all cattle
periodically. The laboratory work
is to be carried on at Oregon State
Each animal found to be free from
the disease is marked with a metal
ear tag or legible tattoo mark. Those
found to react to the Bang’s disease
test are both earmarked and branded
with a letter "B” on the left hip. No
dairy animal over six months of age
may be sold unless it comes from a
disease-tested and free herd or has
been itself tested and proved free
within 60 days prior to the time of
If the federal indemnity
dropped, the owner of reacting cat
tie may retain the animals so long
as he will follow rules prescribed by
the state department of agriculture
for building up a disease-free herd
Meanwhile, ho will not be permitted
to allow such reacting animals with­
in six feet of any neighboring catti
owners’ property line, whore disease
free or susceptible cattle are kept.
Sign-Up Deadline Extended.
A short time ago it was announced
that no Government Bang's disease
tooting agreements could bo signed
after April ,16th. Since the above
information on the state compulsory
test law has been released, it was
decided that farmers would bo given
another opportunity to get their
cows tested under the government
contract and receive indemnity for
reactors. As was stated above, no
indemnities will be paid when the
state law becomes effective.
Testing in West Umatilla county
will be resumed about the latter part
of May. Dr. R. A. Reeve, who was
doing the work here is now working
in the Pendleton area.
About 3500 cows have been test­
ed to date. Among the larger herds
that have been tested are those of
Alpha Chrlstley, A. E. McFarland,
Joe Kremer, Charles Lynch, W. C.
Kik, J. W. Foley, R. G. Saylor, Haw­
ley Bean, Harry Owens, and many
others that could be mentioned.
Any farmers who wish to sign the
government agreement, should see
W. A. Sawyer, assistant county
agent, as soon as possible.
By Louise Byrnes
The Senior class members and
their advisor, Miss Clara Corrigan,
selected Tuesday afternoon for their
senior jaunt day and motored to
Walla Walla where all the members
enjoyed an evening show. The after­
noon was spent selecting a suitable
gift that will be given to the high
school student body on class night,
Tuesday, May 14. The members go­
ing were Josephine Connell, Marga­
ret Baumann, Helen Barbouletos, Le­
na Rose, Boyd Hower, Robert Mc-
Kenxie and Lewis Dexter.
News has been received here by
Mrs. D. M. Walsh of the death of
her sister, Mrs. J. E. Bowen, at her
home near Meahaska, Alberta, Can­
ada. Mr. and Mrs. Bowen lived in
Hermiston for a few years before
moving to Mehaska three years ago
this spring. She is survived by her
husband, J. E. Bowen, a stepson, El­
wood of Mehaska, and her sister,
Mrs. D. M. Walsh of Umatilla, here
in the west. Interment was at Me­
The most recent mystery at Uma­
tilla is bow the Desota sedan of M.
M. McCullough caught fire Sunday
evening. Mr. McCullough drove his
car from the Texaco Station to his
stand in front of the house while he
was eating dinner. When he returned
the back seat cushion was missing.
Mr. McCullough states that he does
not recall at any time removing the
cushion, but it was found in the ga­
rage adjacent to the Texaco Station,
ablaze. No great damage was done
to the car.
Burl Gurdane has been elected
vice-president of the Hermiston Golf
Mrs. E. S. Rudy and daughter
Donna Jean accompanied by Blanche
Pike left Monday for Coulee City
where Mrs. Rudy and Miss Pike will
be employed.
Art Peterson of Willow Creek visi­
ted his sister, Mrs. Hugh Van Scho-
iack Sunday.
D. M. Walsh is home from work
in Portland for a few days this
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Conlon mo­
tored to Walla Walla Easter Sunday.
Clarence Shaw returned Sunday
from Klamath Falls. Mr. Shaw drove
a truck load of supplies to Klamath
Falls for the Newport Construction
Mr. and Mrs. James Byrnes made
I business trip to Walla Walla the
irst of this weak.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bramer left
Ionday for their home in Oswego
ifter a week's visit with Mr. and
fra V. D. Bramer. .Daves Brown,
tudent at the Bible Institute in
‘ortland, who spent the Easter va-
ation with his parents, returned
with them.
Art Bousquet of Condon is visit­
ing his family here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. William Roberts of
Walks Walla spent Easter Sunday
in Umatilla.
Miss Rose Smith of Pendleton is
risiting at the Art Bousquet home.
The Misses Ruth Thompson and
feth Cooney, student nurses at St.
Anthony’s hospital spent the vaca­
tion with their parents.
Miss Rebecca Carlyle of Portland
is visiting her father, Harvey Car­
Mrs. Alda Beurin of Portland
stopped over night at the M. M. Mc­
Cullough home Sunday enroute home
from Pendleton.
Fred Knudson spent several days
in Portland receiving medical care.
A Townsend Club meeting was
held in the Community Hall Friday
evening with H. H. Chappell, state
speaker of Great Falls. Mont., who
is now on his way to national head­
quarters in Loe Angeles, Cal., as the
main speaker. Merle Jenkins will go
to Gardena some night this week to
speak before the Touchet-Gardena
Townsend club.
Miss Alicia Bousquet, who is a sen­
ior at St. Mary's Academy in The
Dalles, Is visiting at her home this
Miss Helen Fredreckson has been
placed in charge of the program
which will be given in connection
with the Pocahontas lodge basket so­
cial this Friday night.
Max Graybeal is working in Wal­
la Walla for a few days this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Bousquet and
daughter Alicia, and Bill spent Eas­
ter Sunday in Condon.
Mrs. Margaret Shaw spent several
days of last week visiting her friends
Mrs. A. 8. Cooley, nee Jacqueline
Song. Mrs. Shaw was one of the
guests at the wedding reception of
Mr. and Mrs. Cooley who were mar­
ried Thursday in Walla Walla.
A large delegation plans to leave
Friday morning, April 26, for The
Dalles, Ore., to attend the opening
sessions of the state Christian En­
deavor ’convention which will be
held there April 26th to 29th. At
least 34 delegates will represent
Stanfield. Hermiston, Umatilla, Ir­
rigon and Boardman.
Among those from Hermiston are:
Jack Tillery and Ed Hall, as dele­
gates; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Duvall,
Margaret McMullen, Clarence Buh­
man, Margaret Clarke, Alvin George,
Clement Stockard, Opal Stockard,
Paulino Stoop, Hugh Neill, Harold
Neill, Wanda Moore, Mrs. C. R.
Moore, Vivian Dyer, Virginia Dyer
—w • c
and Mrs. Ralph Saylor.
An unusually larga delegation is
expected from eastern Oregon since RECOVERING FROM INJURIES.
the convention is being held in The i
Dalles for the first time in many
Lawrence Swarner, who has been
years. The delegation from here attending
Oregon State college, re-
will travel by truck.
turned home last Friday from Cor­
vallis where he has been confined
.4. ““6-—-
rOPDV -OSters
in the Corvallis General Hospital for
Winners in the poppy poster con­ the past six weeks.
Swarner and Hardy Young were
test staged each year at this time
wore named as follows: Richard returning to Corvallis on a motor­
Rainwater, first: Geraldine Mullins, cycle the early part of March, after
second. The high school posters will a week end visit with the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C.
be judged Friday of this week.
Swarner, when they were struck by
a speeding auto during a heavy rain
Weather Report
Max. Min. storm near Salem. The boys were tak
April 18..................
— 71 — 41 on to Corvallis for medical attention
April 19------------------------- 76 — 34 where It was learned that Swarner
April 20------------------------- 71 — 47 had received a broken vertebrae, a
April 21 ----------------------- 63 — 41 sprained pelvis joint and severe
April 22------------------------- 61 — 3« muscle injuries. He was unable to
April 23 ----------------------- 65 — 39 attend school spring term and will
April 34 ......
71 .... 30 be confined to his home here for sev-
Precipitation was
era] week
Hermiston grade school was win­
ner in the track and field meet of
the west end district meet here Sat­
urday. There was a large represen­
tation from practically all of the
west end schools with keen competi­
tion in all events. Sixteen grade
boys and 16 grade girls will make
up the teams entering in the county
meet early in May. The standing:
Hermiston 981; Umatilla 79; Echo
54 5-6; Columbia 10 2-3; Stanfield
Following is a complete summary
of the events:
In a move to hasten navigation
development of the Columbia river
between The Dalles and Wallula, and
on the Snake river, Herbert G. West
of Walla Walla, executive secretary
of the Inland Empire Waterways as­
sociation, will leave soon tor Wash­
ington, D. C., for a series of confer­
ences with federal department heads.
The announcement was made to­
day by officials of the association.
Sponsors of the river development
plans, which include immediate con­
struction of a dam at Umatilla and
three dams on the Snake river, have
raised 32.000 in Benton and Walla
Walla counties, Washington, and in
Umatilla county,
At the regular Tuesday night Com­
mercial club meeting held in the
American Legion hall, members were
told that there were possibilities of
securing federal funds for the con­
struction of an emergency landing
field south of Hermiston. Harold C.
French, of the state aeronautics de­
partment, visited Hermiston recent­
ly and looked over the possible site
for tbe field. Hermiston, he said,
was in the center of the radio beam.
Enos D. Martin, F. B. Swayze and
R. A. Brownson were appointed on
a committee to investigate the pos­
sibilities for an emergency landing
field here.
J. Jendrzejewski was again named
chairman of the board of directors
for the Umatilla Project Fair Board
at a meeting held In Assistant Coun­
ty Agent’s office last Thursday
night, April 18. H. T. Fraser was
named vice president and Enos D.
Martin secretary-treasurer.
Plans were discussed for moving
the exhibit building to the Hermis­
ton Community Park site, and for
wrecking the remainder of the build­
ings and salvaging whatever lumber
possible for further construction.
Other members of the board pres­
ent were L. C. Dyer, Roy Attebury
and B. Haneline.
Heppner Editor Dies.
Vawter Crawford, editor of the
Heppner Gazette, died Wednesday
morning in Heppner. He was a well
known newspaper man.
Miss Marguerite Akey, daughter
of Mrs. James E. Akay, became the
bride of Dr. E. C. Willcutt, formerly
of Hermiston, at a quiet wedding at
8:00 o’clock Sunday morning, April
21, at the Akey home in Pendleton.
The ceremony was read by Rev. R.
Murray Jones, pastor of the Presby­
terian church. Guests present in­
cluded Mrs. James Akey and Miss
Montana Willcutt of Pendleton, and
Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Willcutt and Vic­
tor Willcutt of Hermiston.
The couple will make their home
In Pendleton.
Townsend Club Social.
The Hermiston Townsend club
plans to hold an interesting program
and basket social Tuesday, April 30.
following the regular club meeting
held in the Hermiston Union church.
The program will be given follow­
ing the sale of baskets.
Miss June Richards, who is at­
tending school in Pendleton, spent
the week end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs Ralph Richards, on Butter
All the Fans Are Not at the Park
desperate. Happy people do not need
to be amused.— Thomas Carlyle.
APRIL 25. 1935
James Ferguson of Pedleton was
found guilty on a charge of assault
and battery in justice court here
Monday afternoon, and was fined
350 and costs by Justice P. P. Sulli­
van. The defense filed notice of ap­
peal and posted bond.
Peterson and Randall were attor­
neys for Ferguson, and A. C. McIn­
tyre, assistant district attorney
served for the state.
Jurymen included Enos Martin,
R. A. Brownson, C. M. Jackson. Geo.
Strohm and W. G. Webber. Witnes­
ses called were Oscar Payne, Paul
Marble, Herbert Skovbo, Mrs. Oscar
Payne, Hugo Pankow, Rev. W. A.
Class A—
Briggs and B. J. Nation, all of Her­
25 yd. dash—Pierson (E) first,
Mrs. Anna Harthrong of Pendle­ Rugg (H) second. Elwood (H) third.
Baseball throw—Pierson (E)first,
ton acted as court reporter.
McNabb (U) second. Dyer (H)third.
Broad jump—Wilcox (H) first,
Miller (H) second, Pierson (E)third.
Class B—
50 yd. dash—Moore (H) first.
M. L. Thompson, drug store oper­ Marble. (H) second, Cooney (U)
ator in Pendleton, has leased the third.
building formerly occupied by B. S.
Baseball throw — Marble (H)
Kingsley’s grosery store, and plans first, Pankow (H) second, Hiatt
to open a drug store here some time (U) third.
after May 1st. Harold M. Thomp-
Broad jump—Elwood (H) first,
son, son of M. L. Thompson, has been Moore (H) second, Hiatt (U) third.
directing remodeling of the build­
High jump—Marble and Pankow
ing this week. It is understood that (H) tied for first, Hollomon (E),
he will operate the new store here. Siebel (C), Whitsett (C) tied for
The lease on the building was pur­ third.
chased from W. H. Bowman, who
Class C—
had planned to move his shoe repair
60 yd. dash—O’Connell (U) first,
shop Into the new location.
Henning (H) second, Hiatt (E)
Baseball throw — Rankin (H)
first, Jordan (E) second. Quick (H)
Broad jump—O’Connell (U) first,
High school students named on the | Moore (H) second, Brown (U) third.
honor roll for the last six weeks |
High jump — Rankin (H) and
were as follows :
O’Donnell (U) tied for first; Hen­
Freshmen: Laura Conrad, Jane ning (H). Jordan (E) tied for third.
Class D—
and Jim Jackson, Nina Ray McCul­
100 yd. dash—Geer (C) first, Her­
ley and Rebecca Pierson.
Margaret Clarke, ring (E) second, Hiatt (U) third.
Shot put—Davis (U) first, Chris­
Dorothy Conrad, Wayne Power and
tian (H) second, Rawson (U) third.
Opal Stockard.
Broad jump—Davis (U) first, Hi­
Juniors: Mary Burnham, Bill
Jackson, Charlotte Ralph, Barbara att (U) second, Geer (C) third.
High jump —• Davis (U) first,
Reid and Alton Sisson.
Seniors: Florence Lewis, Marg­ Geer (C) second, Herring (E) third.
aret McMullen, Tom Stewart, Edna
Turnblad and Mary Rodda.
Class A—
25 yd. dash—Thompson (E) first,
Grade School Honor Roll.
Students listed on the grade school Mead (H) second, Pierson (H) third.
Baseball throw — Thompson (E)
honor roll included.
First grade—Francis Clarke, Fred first, Ashworth (E) second. Pier­
Jimble, David Pierson, Barbara son (H) third.
Basketball for goals—Pierson (H)
Frances Gardiner,
Lois Lamberson, Audrey Phelps, first, Lane and Davis (U) tied for
Ruth McCulley and Velma Valen- second.
Class B—
50 yd. dash-—Roberts (E) first,
Second grade — Virginia Borth­
wick, Bobby Connor, Frank Harken- Dexter (U) second, Hayner (E)
rider, Velma Knapp, Leona Laird, third.
Baseball throw—Null (H) first,
Bob Martin, Donna Jean Meyers,
Marvin McKenzie, Erwin Null, Mary Hayner (E) second, Homer (U)
Lou Payne, Edwin Trayer and Gol­ third.
Basketball for goals — Kennedy
die Williame.
Third grade — Eddie Jackman, (U) and Johnson (H) tied for first,
Magdolene Jackman, Johnny Lewis, Leo (H) third.
Class C—
John McMullen and Alan Pankow.
50 yd. dast—Hayner (E) first,
Fourth grade — Kenneth Elwood,
Naomi Moore, Frank Stone, Aletha Cooney (U) second, Wolverton (E)
Briggs, Linda Mary Neary, Hazel third.
Baseball throw — Cooney
Miller, Barbara Connor, Genevieve
Blinston, Wanda Dunning and Doris first, Tafft (E) second, Wolverton
(E) third.
Basketball for goals—Quick (H)
Fifth grade—Oscar Payne Jr., Don­
na Saylor, Mary Perry, Betty Rood, first. Cooney (U) second, Geer (C)
Barbara Follett, Janice Madden and third.
Class D—
Lester Wilcox.
60 yd. dash—Madden (H) and
Sixth grade—Gilbert Dyer, Max­
Caldwell (U) tied for first, Roberts
ine Mead and Barbara Moore.
Seventh grade—Allan Clarke, Bob (U) third.
Baseball throw—Rhea (8) first.
Jackson, Joyce McCulley, Betty El­
Matheny (E) second, Caldwell (U)
len Payne and Wayne Sage.
Eighth grade — Virginia Dyer, third.
Basketball for goals—Tipple (U)
Glenn Elwood. Ruby Leo, Ralph
Marble, Jesse Moore and Geraldine first, Wells (H) second. Madden (H)
Pleasure Is tbe last resort of the
Mr. and Mrs. Rees Byram and fam
Uy have moved from the Clarence
Berger ranch to the Al May ranch.
Miss Norma Gibbons spent the
week end with her mother Mrs.
Gladys Fortier.
Noel Klitz, John Partlow and G.
E. Sturm spent the week end in
Norval Shannon is working in a
CCC camp and was transferred from
Heppner to Vancouver last Sunday.
Mrs. A. B. Chafee spent a few Hermiston and Echo Tie for Second
days in Heppner last week with her
Place; Locals Play at
daughter Mary, who accompanied
her home Saturday evening.
Stanfield Sunday.
Guests at the L. V. Root home
Sunday included Mr. and Mrs. Al
League Standing.
Macomber and family of Heppner,
Mr. and Mrs. John Copeland and son
of Klamath Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Umatilla ............. 2___ •
Bray of Umatilla and Mr. and Mrs.
Hermiston .......... 1___ 1
J. E. Barlow.
Echo ................... 1....... .1
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barlow and
Stanfield ............ 0....... 2
Chloe were Pendleton visitors Sat­
The Hermiston baseball team eas­
Ed Kunze left last week for Wal­ ily took Stanfield into camp on the
lula where he will shear sheep for a local diamond Sunday afternoon
short while before moving into Mon- with the score 16-1. The same af­
ternoon, Umatilla nosed out Echo
Earl Cramer of Spokane is a at Echo in a close, hard fought game
Boardman visitor this week.
by a score of 4-3. This gives Uma-
Nels Kristensen and J. F. Barlow tilla undisputed first place in the
were business visitors in Heppner league, with Hermiston and Echo
tied for second place, and Stanfield
T. E. Hunt has been re-Instated holding cellar position.
with the O.W.R.&N. railroad and
The game here Sunday afternoon
will be relief section foreman at Gib­ was a run away with every man ’m
bon until August. Mrs. Hunt and the Hermiston team hitting and go-
family will remain here on their ing around to croes the home plate.
In the 16 runs scored, Gimble, Lynch
Henry Graves and Harlan Jones and Henning tied, with three runs
motored to The Dalles Monday where each.
they visited Mrs. Graves, who is In
The Hermiston team has been
The Dalles hospital recuperating greatly strengthened by the return
from an operation.
of Floyd Lynch from Klamath Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. Sid MvReynolds are He does an exceptionally good job
visiting at the home of the former’s at holding down third base, and with
sister, Mrs. Nate Macomber.
Ed Throop at second and Fred Ran­
Mrs. E. T. Messenger entertained kin now holding down first, the
at missionary meeting last Wednes­ local team maintains an air tight
day afternoon. Mrs. L. V. Root was infield. The Hermiston batteries has
in charge of the meeting.
also been strengthened by the si-
A number of grangers met at the tion of Tommy Stuart, a left-handed
hall last Monday evening to clean pitcher, who helped bring the high
the building. Lunch was served by school Bulldogs into top position In
the ladies.
.the district last year.
Mrs. Carl Nelson spent the week
Sunday, April 28, the local team
end at the home of her parents in goes to Stanfield tor the return
game. Echo again tangles with Uma-
The Grange will sponsor a smoker tilla on the Umatilla diamond.
to be given In their hall Friday eve­
ning. The main event will be be­ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
tween Dave Johnson of Boardman ♦
and a fighter from Colfax.
Mr. and Mrs. Root, Rev. and Mrs. ♦♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
H. B. Thomas and Mrs. Eva Warn r
At a special meeting of the Giris’
attended Presbytery in Pendlet ri League last Thursday afternoon the
last Thursday.
following delegates were elected to
A play ’’On the Road to Jericho,” attend the convention at Walla
was given at the comminity church Walla: Maxine Paul, Dorothy Con-
Easter Sunday. The young peon’e rad, Rose Mary Serali, Eleanor Daw-
took part and the play was direct­ son, Charlotte Ralph, Bonnie Jean
ed by Rev. H. B. Thomas. A pro­ Follett, Helen Dunning, Ruth Dodd,
gram of singing and recitations by Carrie Lage and Lois white. One of
the children was given between acts. the teachers will accompany the
A largo crowd attended the H. E. girls and Mrs. Albert Moser, Mrs.
club party in the hall last Wednes­ Frank Seeliger and Mrs. R. 0. Mo-
day evening. Both pinochle and 500 Reynolds will furnish cars for trans-
were in play.
Saturday evening. May 37, the
Interesting platform speeches wore
annual Senior Frolic will bo held tn given by nominees for the office of
the gymasium. Kaufman’s orchestra president at this meeting. Following
will furnish the music.
the withdrawal of Wanda Needles.
The first, second, third and fourth Margaret Clarke was nominated vice
grade pupils, with the hei pof Mrs. president. At an election thia week
Leslie Packard, gave their teacher, Maxine Paul was elected precident,
Miss Mary Harney and Mrs. Madge Margaret Clarke, vice president and
Butzer, a lovely Easter party in the Rose Mary Serell, secretary-treasu-
cafeteria last Friday afternoon. A rer.
number of the parents were also
The seniors and sophomores won
The seniors observed sneak day the majority of points in the acti­
last Friday by motoring to Walla vity week contest against the Jun­
Walla, and then to La Grande with iors and sophomores, who entertain­
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Ingles, to spend ed at a welner roast on the Butte
the night, and return home Satur­ Wednesday evening. The seniors
day evening. Members of the senior won both the girls’ and boy’s base
class are Freda May Richardson. El­ ball games while the juniors con-
sie and Imogene Wilson, Zelda Car­ quered in the tug-o-war and 1* the
penter, Margarette Harford, Delbert football game. Since the horse shoe
Macken. John Healy, Bernon Part- game was a tie, the points were split,
low and Fred Slanger.
as they were for the water fight
The high school baseball team was which was called off because of
defeated by the Arllngto team last sickness. The total score was 61-70.
Thursday 12 to 11, on the Arling­
ton field.
Miss Margaret Elliott presided as
Mrs. Anna Miller visited at the chairman of a joint meeting of soph-
Warner home last Tuesday while en­ omores and Juniors which was held
route from her home In La Grande Monday afternoon to plan the wein-
to Portland.
er roast for Wednesday night as en-
tertalnment for the seniors and
freshmen at the close of activity
week. The following committees
were appointed to have charge of
the affair: Jack Reevee, Mary Burn­
Mrs. Leia Ravenscroft of Elgin, ham. Irene Kennings and Opal
who is this year teaching in the Stockard. refreshments;
Stanfield high school, was elected a Skovbo, Paul Marble, Hugo Pankow
district vice president of the Young and Ernest Rainwater, fire wood
Democratic league of Oregon at the weiners sticks.
state convention held In Portland
last Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Hermiston lost all but the girl’s
Mrs. Ravenscroft was active in
In a practice tennis match
the last political campaign, being doubles
held In Pendleton last Saturday.
president of the local organization Those
Hermiston were
and a vice president of the Union Mildred representing
Phelps, Julia Colpitts, Max-
County Young Democratic club. She
Paul, Frances Dawson. Kenneth
has been in attendance upon several Ine
state meetings, with her work and Knerr, Guy Jeppe. Bill Jackson and
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contacts establishing the acquain­
tances that brought the present hon­
Miss Nadine Strayer of Baker, na­ $........................**....................................%
tional committeewoman, was one of
the candidates promoted for state ♦
president, but failed of election,
though she proved a strong factor sos**9*******90
In the deliberations of the Portland
The Easter parade walking down
convention.— Elgin Recorder.
the street in a gust of wind . . Mrs.
Roy Hale dressed for the part of
4-H Sewing Club Meets.
gardner, buying garden tools at the
The first meeting of the 4-H Sew­ hardware store . . . Looked quite
ing club was held Monday evening charming, too, says Morrie Pierson
after school at the club house in Co­ . . . C. E. Delegation leaving at 4:00
lumbia Park, with Mrs. A. H. Cable A. M. for The Dalles.
There sre more words In a ile
as leader. Ann Sommerer was elec­
ted president, Joe Ellen Mopps vice than in the truth.
president, Mary Wilson secretary,
Bili Warner’s chair nearly col­
Marljane Hammer news reporter, lapsed under him during a very ser-
and Nellie Hooker yell and song lea­ tous moment at the trial Monday.
der. A name for the club has net As usual our City Attorney took 48
yet been selected.
very calmly.