The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, September 12, 1935, Image 1

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The Hermistun Heraln
HERMISTON,
V0LU1
CITY MAKE. . .«ST
CALL FOR WATER
BONDS ISSUED 1911
UMATILLA
COUNTY,
.hlJEF WORKERS OBJECT
t
COLUMBIA NEWS
OREGON,
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 12. 1935
.ARM ORGANIZATIONS NAME
t
OFFICIAL
SSEEïi
NEW FRAZIER
LEMKE BILL MUCH
LIKE OLD MEASURE
TO HOP PICKING WAGE
t STANFIELD NEWS t
OMMITTEE ON R. E. A.
By MARIJANE HAMMER.
By Sophronia Rhea
Herbert Fox of Freewater under-
Hop picking in the O. T. Lockrid­
C. M. Jackson, Ed Dunning and A.
At the teachers’ reception Friday
went a serious operation this week. ge yard is moving slowly this week E. Bensel were named on a commit-
... is
*- a _ tormer
--------- resident of the Col- with only fifty pickers checked in ce to tail together similar commit- evening at the church there were at
He
least 100 people present. The new
umbia district.
the yard. Mr. Lockridge expects to cees in Granges and farm organiza-
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Linder were harvest the crop within the next cions to work out a program on the teachers were all introduced by R.
Penney. A short program and
Sunday visitors at the Casady home. week at which time the pickers will rural electrification as applied to
Elmer Ryland, who is employed at move onto the L. W. Dixon yard in this section of the county. At an ex­ musical numbers by the orchestra
were enjoyed.
Tollgate, spent the week end at his the Columbia district.
ecutive farm bureau and grange
Miss Lois Zimmerman of Silver- UNCONSTITUTIONAL FEATURES
$2,000 PAID ON ORIGINAL home.
meeting
wednesday
nignt
Assistani
Difficulty in securing pickers has
on. Ore., is visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hooker and
aunty
Agent
Sawyer
said
that
F.
een
experienced
since
men
on
re
­
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Waid.
$25,000.
RULED OUT BY COURT
daughter Nellie and Marion Sanders
. Price, agricultural engineer of O.
rolls have objected to working
Mrs. C. D. Connor and daughter
visited friends In Walla Walla Sun- lief
3. C. had been asked to visit Hermis­ Delores of Pendleton were in Stan­
in
the
hops
at
a
cent
and
a
quarter
Provides for Three Year Moratorium
Complete Replacement of Wooden day.
•
a pound. Tuesday Of this week they ton, Echo and Stanfield between field Tuesday visiting friends and
Opal Stockard who has been visit­ reported to Willis Lickleider, ass­ eptember 17-20, to address meet­ relatives.
Farmers Allowed to Retain
System with steel ripe entaued ing her brother and family Mr. and istant from the SERA offices in ings to explain the R.E.A., but that
Business visitors in Pendleton this
Mrs. Paul Stockard in Corvallis this
no confirmation of these dates had week were Lee Connor, Curtis Rhea
Land as Tanant.
Pendleton,
that
it
was
impossible
to
Additional UOSt.
summer, returned home Monday.
and son Bob. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hos­
make a $1,00 a day working in the been secured.
Robert Idler of La Grande is
Upon receipt of word from Mr. kins and daughter Bytha.
hops and that their hop tickets were
The new Frazier-Lemke bill has
UB
of lermisiou nas
isSH** spending the week at the W. L. Dick­ not being cashed. Upon investiga­ Price letters will be sent to all in­
Miss Bytha Hoskins entertained been approved by the President and
"h
ë pige 2aeaa.it
son home.
terested
parties
giving
definite
Wednesday evEling at a slumber is now a law. It is very much like
Mrs. Elbert Hutchison, who has tion it was revealed that most pick­ dates and hours of meetings.
party in honor 6f LaVada Nudo, who the old measure with the features
been visiting in Pendleton, returned ers were making a nominal wage
The
group
also
voted
to
purchase
will leave soön for Portland to at­ left out that were the basis of the
and that all tickets were being cash­
Ior
home Thursday.
a
portable
motion
picture
machine
tend
beauty school. Invited guests
Jack Allen was a Sunday visitor ed promptly. The workers were not to use in the grange and farm pro­ were Martti Thorsen. Doris Greene, supreme court decision that made
put back on relief work since it
the old law unconstitunal.
at the John Conrad home.
gram. Support of the Umatilla rap- Dorothy White, LaVerne Thorsen,
The law provides tor a three year
and Mrs. C. E. Hughes visit­ was stopped in all sections of the ids dam program was also assured.
Doris
Hutton,
Marian
Sturdivant,
ing a total oi +2,VUV tnat
I" ed Mr.
state
until
after
hop
harvest
is
over.
morotorium
and a reappraisal of the
in Stanfield Friday afternoon.
Mary Rhea and the honoree.
securities. The farmer is allowed to
parn on tue original sun, anuay,
Mr. Lockridge’s kiln is running
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wilson and
Dena Lee Gabriel had the misfor­ retain possession of his farm lands
aing a total mueoceuness aganust the sons Philip and Floyd and daughter full blast and bales are being turn- BESTS RETURN FROM FOUR
tune to fracture her arm Monday but must pay a reasonal rental to
city of $23,000.
Mary, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Osborn of ed out daily.
while playing at school.
the Federal court, to be used in pay­
During tue period between 1911 Hermiston, Paul Miller of Stanfield Some of the finest hops ever grown WEEKS MOTOR TRIP
Miss Marian Sturdivant was a ment of taxes and priority claims.
Marijane Hammer and Margurite, in baby hops are said to be found in
ana 1935, IU« city uas paid
Returning September 3 from a four dinner guest of Bytha Hoskins Sun­
The law is made as an amendment
interest alone approxuatesy
Richard, Ernest Rainwater, Frances the Dixon yard in Columbia.
week's motor trip which took them day. Bytha will leave soon for Cor­ to Sec. 75 which provided a five
During tue later part of tne Per and Harold Rainwater of Butter
into British Columbia and as far vallis where she will attend Oregon year morotorium, and which was
sod me city has reount ine pig. WANC5 Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Davis, GALENA ORE FOUND
east as Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. State college the coming year.
not contested in the courts. Under
I C. M. Best tell of some interesting
en uai
2 nel“ § and Gloria and Viola Pelletier en­
Mr. and Mrs. Cronkiet, who were this law a conciliation commissioner
joyed a swim in the Columbia river WHILE DIGGING BASEMENT
sights and experiences. In the Dak- recently married, arrived in Stan­ was appointed and this official still
Sunday afternoon.
taznang a
I otas and sections of Iowa rust in- field Monday to make their home. remains in office and acts as referee
Visitors at the L. Hammer home
On display in the Herald office | tested wheat is being burned in the They have purchased the variety under the administration of the
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Baxter window is a 15 pound piece of gal­ ' fields as soon as it ripens: at Spen-
Farmer’s relief measures.
Some
store.
a water supply system tor tue city Hutchison and daughter Lois, Mrs. ena
ore found yesterday by Virgil cer, Iowa, the country suffered from
Twe]ve new members have been amendments have been made to Sec.
Alpha Christley and Dell Christley, Smith in digging a basement under a penetrating frost; and at Yellow-
of Hermiston.
75 which clarifies some of the am­
As it now stands Hermiston owes Jerry Skeen, Mrs. Hughes, Jim Arn­ his house on east Main street.
stone National Park they saw many added to the Stanfield band.
$28,00v and uas a complete water berg and Margurite. Frances, Rich-
The Monday bridge club met at biguous clauses and all cases start­
This cropping shows a large per- beautiful sights as they motored
ed
under the old Frazier-Lemke law
system ol steel mains. All tnav.8 ard, Ernest and Harold Rainwater, centage of lead and silver and prob- through every section,
the home of Mrs. C. M. McCall.
are reinstated to the same position
and Mrs. Tom Wilson and daughter ably carries gold and copper and |
ien oi tue tiret system are tne
of
Word has been received here
The Bests went by way of Spok-
in the courts as held when th law
pugs and the reservoir, and tne rex Mary and Mrs. Borders.
other minerals. Except on two cor- ane into British olumbia. to Leth- the engagement of E. W. Hoosier to
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Cable and ners broken off by the pick the ore ridge and Swife Current where they Murial Bowes Hallowell of Boston. was found unconstitutional.
ervoir nouse nas a new root,
The measure is characterized as a
urteilt system can be operated tor Mrs. Wm. Mikesell returned home is smooth and water worn which | headed directly north to near Buff­ Mr. Hoosier is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
"breathing spell” by Senator Fraz-
from
Salem
early
this
week
where
O.
M.
Hoosier.
,
shows
that
it
was
carried
probably
alo
National
Park
to
visit
Mr.
Best
’
s
RpeXOMnaceny one hait ine
1er, for the farmer in distress,
operating tue oiu, and nas a capaci they have been visiting relatives and hundreds of miles from the mother sister. Leaving there they took a
A large group of friends charivari- and Is held to be fair to the credit-
iy ior more than twice tne present attending the state fair.
lode during the glacial period. This southeasterly route to Fargo North ed Mr. and Mrs. Tom Able Jr. last ors’ Interests in thé preservation of
Mr. and Mrs. McKenney and Mr. sort of find in the mountains would Dakota, to visit Mrs. Best’s mother Wednesday evening. They were mar­
population of Hermiston.
the farmer. U. 8. Senator Borah,
and Mrs. Blair visited at the J. Con­ start a rush of miners serching for and sister.
ried in Yakima a week ago.
who is renouned on constitutional
During the first halt of this quar­ rad home Sunday evening.
.the
main
structure
but
Mr.
Smith,
The
trip
was
not
unpleasantly
hot
Clyde Kennison and Byron Brown law has pronouncer the present
ter oi a century, water to users was
Jack Coons of Pasco visited at the who is a miner, has no idea of sink- | except through the Dokotas and
were business visitors in Pendleton measure as safe from adverse sup­
supplied at a cheaper rate and ne H. Hooker home this week.
ing
a
shaft,
or
driving
a
tunnel
or
Wyoming
they
said.
After
return-
reme court action.
Farmers must
deniciency made up in arect.axa
Mr. and Mrs. John Conrad anad even starting sluicing gravel on his j ing they say the state of Oregon is Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Meyer attended file their cases before the concilia­
lion against the property owners: family were Sunday dinner guests at lots.
a
wonderful
state
in
which
to
live.
tion
commissioner
of
the county
the Missouri picnic in Walla Walla
The latter part oi the period,,
the R. L. Addleman home.
This specimen adds another link I
----------- ----- --------------
where he lives or where his land is
water system was made to stand on
Mr. and Mrs. Trumbull and son
Sunday.
located. When he does this all of
own resources, and a minimum Bob of Hermiston, and Woodruth
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hutton were his property wherever located is
RECEPTION
charge to water users was set at Gifford of Stanfield, visited at the
here
from
Ukiah
Tuesday
visiting
near Hermiston a few years ago, a FOR TEACHERS SEPTEMBER 18
placed under control of the Federal
33 per month. During the period the Casady home Sunday.
their parents.
Court but the farmer remans in
number of users has been near 200,
Mrs. Alpha Christley, Jerry Skeen. study was made of Dr. Thomas Con­
Miss Marian Sturdivant and Mary possession. All suits both public
The T. P. A. will hold its annual
or which a considerable number used Mrs. Borders and Dell Christley don's work on geology while he was
Rhea were business visitors in Her- and private, if already initated, can
an excess of the minimum and with visited Mr. and Mrs. David Arnot professor at the University of Ore­ Teacher-Parent reception Wednes- miston Tuesday evening.
gon, and the oil well, as also this day, September 18, at the Odd Fel­
not be maintained and no new suits
the caretui uses ot this income has Sunday afternoon.
The Valter Rebekah Lodge held of any kind can be started. This
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hooker were specimen, contributed to the proof low ball. The community extends a
been brought about the present
business visitors in Walla Walla of how well the great scientist i cordial invitation to all parents and its regular meeting in the I. O. O. F. applies to foreclosures, period of re­
sound condition of the water
knew his geology.
teachers and urge them to he pres- fraternal hall Monday evening. There demption. both of mortgages or con­
as well as the good financial stand­ Wednesday.
were ten members present. A letter tracts, private debts, taxes, liens,
His books stated that the forma­ ent.
ing of the city.
tions here were formed by consecu­
Parents are asked to accompany was read from Sister Cora E. Heaton, chattel mortgages, crop agreements
LOCAL
GIRLS
WIN
GRAND
Interest has always been paid
tive eras of volcanic and alluvial their child if allowed to attend the of Hillsboro, Or., president of the and any form of indebtedness.
A full text of the new law may
promptly and the new installations CHAMPION PRIZE
action. The periods extended over reception. A unique program is being Oregon Chapter, stating that she
many millions of years. The drill arranged and glimpses of the Family will visit the Valter lodge September be secured by writing to the office
and repairs bought at lowest
23. The Hermiston lodge has been of a senator or congressman in
that cash could command, for e
showed first the gravel and sand on
Miss Margaret Clarke and Miss the surface as water glacial forma­ Album of Hermiston will be seen by invited to attend.
Washington. In writing application
ample the new steel mains were pur­
those
present.
Refreshments
will
Helen Jendrzejewski received word tion. Then came about 80 feet of
should also be made for the law
chased at a very low figure
be
served
following
the
conclusion
known as Sec. 75, Farmers Agricul­
of the depression at its worst per- today that they were awarder grand basaltic or lava flow. Beneath this of the program.
tural Composition and Extension
lod, and considerable labor has been champion prize for the best demon­ was a like strata of alluvial gravel
Relate Trip to San Diego.
Act, to which ti
'
'
secured through relief sources. Dur stration given In either cooking, can­ and clay from the Blue Mountains.
N+P+
ning
or
sewing
divisions
at
the
Returning early this week from a endment and both
are necessary in
ing
part of the time some losses in
Following this beneath, was another BETTER HOUSING SURVEY
lilt L-- “ 7 07 "
state
fair
in
Salem
last
week.
They
three weeks’ motor trip to San Diego, a case before the court.
ins Par" were
war sustained
sustained because
flow of like depth of lava and an­
collections
also won first piace in their canning other deposit of clay and gravel, and POINTS TO IMPROVEMENTS
Calif., Mr. and Mrs. F. C. McKenzie
of the depression conditions.
demonstration.
and
son Frank, and Mrs. G. R.
in these were foud petrified wood and
The Better Housing survey which O'Daniel, were enthusiastic over the PETER S. NEADEAU DIES
The girls have been coached by smooth stones polished by erosion
Interest rates have been six per
is being directed by the Multnomah many scenic and interesting places
Mrs. W. A. Hineline, leader of the
cent and now refunding of
IN PENDLETON AUGUST 29.
girls 4-H club cooking and canning much the same as this piece of gal­ county committee, with the aid of visited. Enroute to San Diego they
debtedness is being
ena
of
a
much
later
geological
date.
tion at a lower rate, if possible at clubs in this end of the county. Heavy colors of oil was found be­ SERA workers, was productive of motored over the Redwood highway
Peter S. Neadeau, 85, passed away
Both are ardent workers in 4-H club neath both alluvial clays which 153 repair and modernization jobs and returned by way of the Pacific in a Pendleton hospital Thursday,
four per cent, which would,
during August, according to report highway.
August 29, and was buried in the
the interest charge by one third or work and have won previous prizes
3480 on the remaining $23,°0e at the Umatilla Project Flair and formed an impervious covering and made to Jamieson Parker, state dir­
After attending the exposition Hermiston cemetery Sunday, Sep­
ector
of
the
Federal
Housing
Admis-
collected the gasses or oils from
tax valuation of the city is $
• state fair.
they visited the famous
in tember 1. Funeral services were
uncovered was estimated at $59,054. Mexico, and later spent Caliente
This year Helen won second in the sources below.
382, and the estimated real value
a week in held from the Methodist church with
Grand
total
of
all
such
projects
de
­
nearly 3600,000 which furnishes a Ball special division in canning and
the Elcahon valley noted for its cit- Rev. R. R. Finkbeiner conducting
veloped since the beginning of the rus fruit. At Berkley they visited the service.
very sound basis for the very best Margaret second in the bread bak-
DeMoss
Five
Years
As
Teacher.
Multnomah
county
survey
was
es
­
ing.
Mr. Neadeau was born of French-
conditions for a new loan.
the homes in the motion picture col-
Harvey DeMoss, who was recently timated as *1,523,452. The present ony. Many beautiful scenic spots Canadian parents, in Quebec, Cana­
survey
is
in
the
nature
of
a
re-check
When the old system was installed
appointed acting post master for
were visited in Yosemite National da, February 27. 1850, where he
steel mains were high priced and
Hermiston, is well qualified for the and was carried on during August Park. At Long Beach they visited lived until the age of 16 years when
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Thompson
and
Prescott
streets.
the city charter and state laws were
position. He has had five years ex­
Mrs. Marian Harvey and family who he came to Seattle, Wn. Here he re­
such that the city could not bond
Total volume of modernization formerly lived here, and other friends sided for 20 years. Later the fami­
perience as a teacher after gradu­
itself for the necessary sum to lay
and
repair
work
undertaken
in
ating
from
the
Eastern
Oregon
Nor
­
and relatives. They also explored the ly moved to the Hermiston project
The returns from the elections
steel. The city employed very com­ held by each class Thursday during mal. and has taken additional work Portland during August, as indicat­ famous old Missions in that section. to make their home for 24 years.
petent engineers at that
ed
by
building
permits
issued,
was
at
the
University
of
Oregon.
He
was
Five children and two brothers
One of the most Interestin and
Period are as follows:
was assured that wooden, treated Activity
Seniors—President, Kenneth Kneer principal of the grade school at 292 projects having an aggregate scenic trips, they believe, was over survive Mr. Neadeau. The children
mains would last 100 years, and Vice President. Harold Rainwater; Reith for two years and principal of value of $192,052.
Jobs averaged the Silver Strand road and Coronados are: Mark Neadeau, San Francisco,
give excellent service. A well was
the grades at Hardman for the past $659 in amount.
ferry leading Into Mexico. At San Calif.; Theodore Neadeau, Hermis-
driven at Main and Third street and Secretary. June Richards; and Treas­ two years while his first year was
In addition, permits were issued Diego they had a glimpse of the U. ton Mrs. Rose Samson, Reith, Ore.;
ure.
Charlotte
Ralph.
Charlotte
had
water was pumped directly into the
Mrs. Guy Ferguson, Portland, Napo­
the distinction of being unaminous- spent in the home school at Cold for 26 dwellings. 47 small garages 8. Navy fleet. *
mains. For this, or other reasons the ely
leon Neadeau, Pendleton; and the
and 15 out buildings. Total for the
chosen.
Springs.
system began to leak heavily and 50
brothers are Geo. Neadeau, Portland
month of all building was 3299,520,
Juniors—President, Bill Harris;
per cent more water was pumped on Vice
and Mitchell Neadeau, Edmonton.
a gain of 373.490 over July.
President. Earnest Rainwater;
DEATH TAKES A HOLIDAY:
the joints and bursted cracks in the Secretary and Treasurer, Bonnie
TOWNSEND MEETING
Average amount of modernization
lines, and finally the wood began to Lamberson.
Thursday evening. September 17. jobs during July was 3338, average OREGON MOTORING SAFER
Good Canning Needs Pattern
decay—a condition not expected by
Sophomores—President Ed Hall; Union Church 8 p. m. Interesting cost of new dwellings was $3,760.
the early engineers in the soil here. Vice President. Lawernce Hunt;
Charles H. Martin, as Governor
The
year’s canning program, like
The heavy expense of operating such Secretary. Helen Ralph; Treasurer, program of music and entertain­ in August and 33,945 in July for the of Oregon, and President of the Milady's gown, must follow an ac­
17 undertakings during that month. Association of Oregon, commends
a system compelled a change and Stuart Rankin; Sargant-at Arms. ment.
curate pattern or it may turn out
gradually the mayor and city coun­
the motorists of our state for their too large some places and too small
Follett.
cil have financed and reinstalled the Bob
care
and
consideration
during
the
in others, says Miss Lucy A. Case,
Freshman—President Glenn El­
present complete and highly satis- wood: Vice President. Ralph Marble: 7928075251222
Labor Day driving, resulting in no extension specialist in foods and nu­
deaths,
few
Injuries
and
of
little
factory system.
tritions at O.8.C.
Secretary. Geraldine Mullins: Trees-
damage to properties during this
A garment pattern must fit the
A new well was drilled at Her­ urer, Virginia Wells.
period
when
there
was
more
traffic
individual and the canning pattern
Torch Honor—President, Char-
miston Butte and water was pumped
on
our
highways
than
in
anp
other
must fit the family, she says. Other
directly into the mains. Later the lotte Ralph; Vice President, Helen
period during the entire year. The wise there may be too many jars
large mains were renewed and fin­ Dunning; Secretary and Treasurer.
governor
feeis
that
Oregon
nas
a
re
of
corn and too few of peas and
ally all the smaller ones used In Dorothy Conrad.
cord of which every citizen may and greens, or some simular situa-
Torch Honor committee apponted
carrying water throughout the long
well be proud
He gives much
distances of the town were replaced. by the newly elected president, Char­
t
credit for this record to the efforts tion.
Two guide patterns to assist Ore­
The +
the system Is lotte Ralph, to decide on a means to
of
the
newspapers
of
the
state
gon
homemakers
in
this
respect
essity of sup- earn money with which to buy pins
Judges for all divisions have been specialist, will judge the farm crops which have freely and willingly have been prepared by Miss Case
id el y spread was as follows: Margaret Clarke,
plying
given hundreds of thousands of doll­
early promo- Irene Kennings and Nina Ray Mc­ secured for the Umatilla Project fair, division; W. H. Worden, assistant ars worth of space to the education and are available free from the col­
town <
lege or county extension officers.
September 27-28, according to an­ poultry specialist for Crown Mills of
when it was Culley.
tion o
Opal Stockard, who has been visit nouncement made by Assistant Coun­ Portland, will judge the poultry; of warnings to the public In safe These are H. E. 753, "Suggested
>n would be-
100. In most ing her brother In Corvallis, return ty Agent W. A. Sawyer, at a fair L. J. Allen, assistant 4-H club lead­ driving and walking. The press has ned and Stored Food Budget.”
come !
board meeting last Saturday night. er of O.8.C. will judge club livestock; not only initiated safety campaigns, Plan for Family Food Supply:” and
sncy in over- ed to school Tuesday.
cities
An invitation committee was ap­
Among other things the fair and Miss Helen Cowgill, assistant but has unselfishly assisted every Extension Bulletin No. 461, "Can­
J are paid out
head c___
.
organization and association whose ned and Stored Food Budget."
of the general tax fund, and prop- pointed last Thursday by the presi­ hoard stresses the necessity of hav­ state home economics club leader, purpose has been
to make our
erty owners should give strong ap- dent Ed Hall. The committee includ ing all entries registered with the will judge the home economics divi­ streets and highways safe.
sion.
es
aWyne
Linder,
Leah
Harris.
Thel
­
secretary
not
later
than
5:00
P.
M
Dads
for
their
provai to the city
Our Chief Executive thanks the
ma Swarner and C. O. Marble.
Saturday, September 26. This rule
The flower division will be jud­
public achievement.
Supt. and Mrs. R. H. McAtee en­ will be inforced to' the letter this ged by Mr. Forshaw of Pendleton press for its cooperation with the
ALONG THE CONCRETE
tertained members of the faculty year with no exceptions and any en­ and E. R. Shires of Stanfield will program of the Automobile Accident
Prevention Association of Oregon,
at their home last Friday.
tries
brought
in
for
registration
judge
the
honey
division.
Warners Leave for New York.
of which he la president, tor with­
Grade school season tickets will later than the specified date and
Many new varieties have been en­
sell tor 35c, and adults at 75c. The time will be witheld from exhibition. tered In the premium list this year out the assistance of the press, the
Al Bolstad playing pranks on Al
Association could not have secured
early last week on a six weeks’ student council also decided to hold
All registrations will be completed in the farm crops division, of which wishes to thank and complement all Hanks, recent bridegroom of the
motor ttrlp to New
York
City a party each month in ths year ex­ the day before the fair opens and W. o. Rodda
is superintendent. other organisations whose efforts Pendleton Baking company.
and Phildelphia. They plan to visit cept September and May.
the officials of the fair board will Mr. Rodda believes that there will
Burnham'a store Is going in for
Exhibits at the Umatilla Project be free to look after the numerous be a fine display this year and has helped to make driving and walking bigger and better beef cows. A fine
relatives is eastern potato and will
safer
for
the
citisene
of
Oregon
and
be guests of Mr. Warner’s brother. fair will not only ba displayed by other activities about the grounds.
secured the promise of several in­ urges them to continue their good illustration on the window told that
the Hermiston school
all
"this is no bull." Someone agreeably
Joseph Bollanger, Morrow county dividual farm crops displays.
la coach at Temple University. Mr. school in this district.
Superintendents of the other div- by hard work and continuous effort erased the "no."
WAUpuoU
and
J.
cotai of in round
Eire
cost, QL
Ns
EIon “woloica on’stor &‘ drilli P. T. A. WILL HOLD
system
figure"
because
this in
given considera,
reduce
time and
FOR
PROJECT FAIR SEPT. 27-28
Ye Ed is in the moneyed class
that automobil« accidents can be
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