The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, December 12, 1935, Page 4, Image 4

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    THE HERMISTON HERALD, HERMISTON, OREGON.
PAGE FOUR
| take Pagter's place at Bellingham,
according to announcement this week
Published every Thursday at Hermis­ by C. J. Buck, regional forester, U.
ton, Umatilla County, Oregon, by S. Forest Service.
Pagter becomes assistant to the
Pauline M. Stoop and Alfred Quiring,
regional engineer in the emergency
Publishers.
work office at Portland which has
Entered as Second Class Matter charge of the regional CCC and ERA
December, 1906, Umatilla County, activities of the forest service. Bur-
Oregon.
gees for the past few months has
been acting supervisor of the Sius-
Subscription Rates:
$1.00 law national forest and supervisor
.76 Ralph S. Shelley will now resume
Six Months ...
.50 charge of the Eugene office after ap­
Three Months
proximately a year’s absence, during
which he has devoted his time ex­
clusively to work for the Re-settle­
ment Administration in Oregon. Un­
der the new set-up Shelley expects
to give some time to the resettle­
program in addition to his duties as
supervisor.
Constructive Fanning.
Pagter and Burgess have had wide
A birds-eye view of what we are
practical
experience in forestry.
doing here in our home territory is
Graduating from Yale in 1909 and
summed up in a news article in this
with a master’s degree from the Yale
issue. The growth to substantial
Forest school in 1911, Pagter start­
conditions is definitely shown. What
ed in forest service work in 1911 as
has happened—the farmers are no
forest assistant on the Snoqualmie
longer blowing bubbles, or specula­
national forest with headquarters at
ting on what they can do; they are
Seattle. He haa since served on the
planting what will grow here.
Okanogan, Colville and Mount Baker
Farmers are adding to their flocks
forests in Washington and the Whit­
of hsns and turkeys and herds of
man and Siuslaw forests in Oregon.
cows because it has been shown by
From 1917 to 1919 Pagter had near­
years of experience they are the best
ly two years of military service. In
breadwinners we have. They can re­
1920 he became supervisor of the
new their alfalfa fields in proper
Colville national forest and since
rotation, fertilization, irrigation and
1927 has bsen supervisor of the
seeding are used. They can raise
Mount Baker forest.
corn or feeds on the home ranch,
They can raise such vegetables as
they need for home uses,
To attempt anything but well t UMATILLA NEWS t
By ERMA BYRNES.
proven agriculture is risky, and may
The Umatilla high school basket
produce only discouragements and
condemnation of the lands, The ball teams played the Stanfield
right man in the right way can teams Friday night. Both the boys
and girls won, with ths girls win­
succeed here.
ning by a score of 28-5 and the boys
0 he Bermiston Geraln
t
COLUMBIA NEWS
y., n g , r)y y s R*Yn —1 a
By
MARIJANE HAMMER.
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1935
PINE CITY NEWS
By Lennä Neill
Mr. and Mrs. Orbie Wells and fam­
Miss Alma Neill left for Salem
ily. who have been living in Hermis­
Saturday morning where she will be
ton this fall, returned to Columbia
exployed during the winter.
district and their former place.
John Healy and daughters Marie
Rosemary Keller is ill this week.
and
Rosetta were business visitors
Lois Hutchison entertained friends
Saturday night at her home in hon­ in Heppner Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bartholo-
or of her cousin Lee Bennett of Colo­
rado, who expects to leave tor his mew, Mr. and Mrs. Marian Finch
home soon. Those present were Jo and family and the Misses Cecelia
Ellen Mopps, Nellie Hooker, Aril- Brennan and Norma Gibbons were
business visitors in Pendleton Sat
da Foster and Elmer James.
Mrs. J. H. Reid, who has been in urday.
Longview, Wn.. for the past week
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Helms and
visiting her sister, returned home
daughters spent Sunday at the Frank
Sunday evening.
Ayers home in the Westland dist-
J. H. Ryland, who is employed at
riet.
Pendleton, spent the week end at his
home here.
Lloyd Baldridge of Ellensburg,
Friends of Mary Wilson surprised Wn„ spent Sunday visiting at the
her on her birthday Saturday eve­ E. B. Wattenburger home.
ning by giving a party. Those pres­
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Estel and son
ent were Marguerite Rainwater,
Frances Hutsell, Barbara Reid. Marl­ were dinner guests at the Batte
jane Hammer, Richard Rainwater, Rand home at Irrigon Sunday.
John Knotts and Philip and Floyd
E. B. Wattenburger and Mr. and
of Hermiston
Wilson.
Mrs. A. E. Wattenburger were busi­
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over $50,000.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Stockard and ness visitors in Pendleton Tuesday.
daughter Opal visited in Heppner
1. B. SWAYZE, President
R, ALEXANDER, Vico-Pre
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Curran were
Saturday.
A H NORTON, Cashier
D. M. DEETER, Asst Gash
over
night
guests
at
the
John
Har
­
Lee Bennett, who has been visit-
ing friends in Seattle, has returned rison home Sunday night. Mrs. Cur­
ran and Mrs. Harrison are sisters.
to the Baxter Hutchison home.
Mrs. A. R. Roberts of Umatilla
Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Cox spent Sun­
visited Mrs. Carl Hammer and Mrs. day evening visiting at the home of
FULL GOSPEL MISSION.
Claude Upham Tuesday. Mrs. Rob- their son Emery Cox.
Friday night prayer meeting at
erts is a former resident of Colum-
Grace Trumbull, Pastor.
7:00 o’clock.
Miss Bernice Neill spent Friday
bia district.
Remeber the meetings.
Tuesday evening children's Bible
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Rainwater and visiting Miss Alma Neill.
Sunday school at 10:00 A.
study at pastor’s residence. A wel-
family of Butter Creek were Sunday
Sunday morning.
come to every one.
A quilting was held at the A. E.
dinner guests at the Tom Wilson
Preaching at 11:00 A. M.
Revival meetings going on at
Wattenburger home Thursday. Those
home.
Evening evangelistic service
Stanfield.
Rev. Banta conducting:
present were the Mesdames Marion
Lester and Carl Hammer have
7:00 o’clock.
the meeting.
Finch,
Ollie
Neill,
Chas.
Bartholo
­
been sawing wood at the Jim Arn-
mew, E. B. Wattenburger, R. D. Es-
berg place this week.
A birthday party was given Sun- tie, J. S. Moore, Frank Saling, Em-
Stop Killing!
day evening in honor of Marjory ery Cox, H. E. Young. W. D. Neill,
Saturday they played the Ione
Joe Foley and the Misses Alma Neill
Stop killing. Why commit murder? team at Ione with both the Uma­ Grey, Eino Pierson and Margurete and Audrey Moore. A pot luck din-
Hammil
at
the
Hammil
home.
Those
Then why drive your car carelessly? tilla teams victorious in scores of
present were Marjory Grey, Marjory, ner was served at noon.
Automobilss are made safe. High­ 18-11 and 14-25.
Gertrude and Anna Patch, Frances
ways are being widened and curves
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. McCullough
sliminatsd, but people yet fall be­ and children and Glen Ostrom spent and Evellen Cook, Gladys Christo­
CHURCH NOTES
fore the lines of fast and carsless Saturday in Walla Walla and Mil- pher, Annie, Grace and Jean Pierson.
Helen
Beamer,
Alice
Davis,
Ryley
traveling. Whsn you drive a car ton-Freewater.
PILGRIM HOLINESS CHURCH
and Frank Grey, Ruben and John
negligently, or in poor condition,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bray and
Lawson H. Flora, Pastor.
Patch,
Buck
Ogloy,
Frank
Pierson,
and fall to faithfully observe the daughtsr Francis, and Batty Mc-
Regular Sunday services as fol­
rules of the road you become a con­ Kenzie spent Wednesday in Pendle- Tillford, Pressley, Junior Stillings,
■Clyde and Vern Beamer, Vernon and lows:
tributor to ths death and wounding ton.
Sunday School at 9:45 A. M.
Fay Davis, Mrs. J. H. Pierson, Mr.
of thousands. Yearly the number is
Many of the Umatilla people at­
Preaching at 11:00 A. M.
Davis
and
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Pierson,
appalling. Since 1920 more have tended the dance in Irrigon Satur­
Young People's meeting, 7:00 PM
Donald
Challis
and
Mr.
and
Mrs.
A.
been killed and wounded than dur­ day evening.
Evangelistic service 7:45 P. M.
Brock.
ing all the wars fought by this coun­
Mrs. Frank Sharpstein, who has M. Elbert
Everyone is invited to attend these
Hutchison
of
Pendleton
try since the adoption of the Decla­ spsnt the past two weeks visiting
was an all night guest at the Baxter services.
ration of Independence.
her brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
home Monday.
and Mrs. William Switzler, has re­ Hutchison
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman and family.
BAPTIST CHURCH
RECENTLY ANNOUNCED
turned to her home in Walla Walla.
Sunday school at 10:00 A. M.
who have been living on the old
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Pepper left Reid
Classes
for all ages. A wslcome to
place, left this week for Ellens-
REGIONAL FOREST CHANGES
Monday for The Dalles where they berg, Wn., where they will make all. The Ladies Aid msets on the
second and fourth Wednesdays of
Supervisor L. B. Pagter of the w.ll make their future home.
each month.
and their home.
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Wm.
Switzler
Mount Baker national forest, Bel-
Peggy Todd of Hermiston was an
lingham, Wn., has been appointed to Mrs. Frank Sharpstein returned all night guest of Beulah Ryland
HERMISTON UNION CHURCH
the Portland regional forest office last Thursday from a week’s visit Tuesday.
C. R. Moore, Minister.
and Thomas H. Burgess recently in Seattle.
Bible
School at 10:00 A. M.
Mrs. Coons of Conell, Wn., and
Mrs. Mac Graybeal was taken to Golda Adams of Weiser, Idaho, were
Preaching and communion, 11:00
assistant supervisor of the Umpqua
Christian Endeavor at 7:00 P. M
national forest, Roseburg, Oregon, the Hermiston General Hospital Sat­ guests at the Henry Hooker home
Preaching service at 8:00 P. M.
urday.
has been appointed supervisor to
Saturday. Mrs. Coons is a sister-in-
law of Mrs. Hooker and Golda Adams
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
is Mrs. Hooker’s son. They were
R. R. Finkbeiner, Pastor.
Priced from $10.00 to $35.00
both enroute to Weiser.
Worship at 10:00 A. M. and Sun­
Mrs. J. H. Pearson, who has been
employed at the Stillings place, left day school at 10:50 each Sunday.
Also an assortment of rings, earrings, bar pins,
Wednesday for Portland where she Epworth League at 6:30 P. M. and
watch bands and compacts.
the evening evangelistic servies at
will visit her sister.
7:30.
Lee Bennett was a Pendleton vis-
In the absence of the pastor next
itor Tuesday.
Sunday, R. H. McAtee will have
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hooker spent charge of the services, and N. W.
Sunday evening with Mrs. John Bloom will deliver the sermon in the
JEWELER
morning. Mr. Finkbeiner left Tues­
Grey.
HERMISTON,
OREGON
day
for
Chicago
where
he
will
at
­
Maxine Macken has been ill at
tend a meeting of summer confer­
her home this week.
ence leaders.
Dorothy and Laura Conrad were
Sunday visitors at the Addleman
home.
White Satin
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wade and Mr.
Seedless
Golden West
and Mrs. Robins of Portland were
visitors at the R. L. Addleman and
P. E. Hall homes this week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Bagley, who
New Crop
live on the old Jones place, were
visitors at the John Conrad home
—The one place in Hermiston where
Tuesday.
you can do all your Christmas shop­
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Fix have built
ping, buy for the whole family or
Powdered or Brown
a new house on the old Snell place.
the home, and be assured that you
In Cloth Bags
can stay within your Christmas bud­
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The annual ten day elk hunt for
the five northeastern counties of
Oregon closed last week with a to­
tal of some 650 bull elk bagged by
2758 hunters, according to E. P.
Cliff, assistant in range management
of the U. 8. Forest Service, who has
just returned from the hunting ter-
ritory.
The hunt centered principally in
the Blue Mountain area on the Wal-
la Walla river drainage. Desolation
Creek, the headwaters of the Grande
Ronde, the north fork of the John
Day and the Ukiah ranger district,
where the elk herds havs increased
Another
proportions.
to
hunting district was the country
north of the Wallowa mountains.
The open season was effectively
handled by the state police, the stat
game commission, and the forest ser-
vice, working in close cooperation
Cliff reported. Thirteen checkin"
stations inspected the equipment of
each hunter, making aure that one
were of sufficient caliber and that
each party waa properly equipped to
save Ita kill.
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