The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, July 08, 1937, Image 1

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NUMBEB 46
1937 MARKS SILVER
JUBILEE PROJECT FAIR
NEW DAIRY
CLASSIFICATION
T h is year m arks th e silver a n n i­
versary of th e w est U m atilla P roject
fa ir w hich will be staged S eptem ­
b e r '2-3-4. S u b stan tial increases in
prem ium money has been made in
th e crops and d airy division and
m inor changes in o th e r divisions. A
to ta l of 3200 has been added to the
prem ium s in th e crops division and
th e d iffe ren t granges have been ask ­
ed to m ake up exhibits from th e ir
m em bers w hich should en larg e the
m ajo rity displays. Special prem ium
money is listed tor individual farm
ex h ib its and they w ill not com pete
w ith th e granges. A special ex h ib it
is being prepared by the U m atilla
E x p erim en t S tation on p astu re g ras­
ses. T his exhibit w ill not com pete
for prizes, b u t w ill add to th e edu­
c a tio n a l fea tu re of the project fair.
A new classification has been a-
dopted for th e first tim e in th e dairy
c a ttle division. E ig h t herd classifi­
cations have been added to the p re­
m ium list, w hich should be an a t ­
tra c tio n to the breeders as w ell as
add to th e num ber of anim als exhib­
ited a t th e fair. The prem ium clas­
sification has been changed from a
th re e money show to a six money
show , w hich o ffers some inducem ent
to all breeders who ex h ib it a t the
fa ir. T his provides n in e ty d iffe ren t
lot en tries for d airy c a ttle alone,
and th ir ty for each of the th ree
breeds Jerseys, H olstein and G uern­
sey.
It w ill also encourage the
show ing of younger anim als w hich
w ill ten d to develop b e tte r show a n i­
m als In th e fu tu re . In th e dairy cow
classes, a ten percent increase has
been added to each prem ium for
those h aving production records.
These records can e ith e r be made
u n d er D airy H erd Im provem ent as­
sociation te stin g (stan d a rd p la n ) or
official records recognized by the
vario u s breed associations.
G asoline for tra n sp o rta tio n of all
c a ttle h as been provided by th e d if­
feren t garages and service sta tio n s
serving th is com m unity. The gaso­
line is being d istrib u ted to h aulers
and tru c k e rs on the basis of one g a l­
lon per head of ca ttle bro u g h t to the
fair.
Two divisions are included in th e
horse departm en t, m aking up five
classes to b e shown.
T here has been a change in the
p o u ltry d ep artm en t, dividing
the
classificatio n s into th ree d istin ct
classes. T here are fifteen lot en tries
m aking it possible for th e breeders
to show fourteen d iffe ren t breeds of
chickens instead of th e custom ary
th re e in th e past. No su b sta n tia l
change w as m ade in the turkey clas-
sifica"tion, except an additio n al th ird
prem ium money is offered.
No changes have been m ade in
th e w om en's d ep a rtm en t from pre­
vious years.
Two ad d itio n al lot entries were
m ade in th e flow er division. A to tal
of 316 in prem ium money has been
allo tted for the school display w hich
w ill be divided betw een schools a c ­
cording to th e ju d g e’s decision. It
was th o u g h t best to handle it in th is
m an n er ra th e r th a n to m ake up d if­
fe re n t classifications.
No su b sta n tia l increases have
been m ade in the home economies
division of the 4-H club d epartm ent.
M inor changes w ere m ade in 4-H
livestock division in keeping w ith
th e changes m ade in th e open clas­
ses. T hree special prizes have been
added to th e livestock division.
Prem ium books are now available
an d w ill be m ailed to box holders in
th is area. A nyone interested may
get a copy by w ritin g E. D. M artin,
se creta ry of th e fair. E x h ib its will
be accepted from U m atilla county
a n d ad jac en t te r r ito r y.
fermtebm Bmdfr
HEMCSTOM, UMATILLA COUNTY, OBJEOON, JU1Y 8, 1937
CELEBRATION A T
STANFIELD SUCCESS
YEAGER BAKERY
READY SOON
The S tan field celeb ratio n staged
the fo u rth and fifth of Ju ly was ac­
claim ed a decided success w ith only
two casualties. Jo h n Solum, mem­
ber of th e Rose C ity Motorcycle
club, suffered a broken collar bone
in a spill on th e TT course, and
Mrs. Wm. Fredreckson was in ju red
in a car accid en t on Monday.
T he m otorcycle field meet was
ev ery th in g th e com m ittee on ar-
rangem en ts said it would be, and
was som ething new in th is d istric t.
Members of m otorcycle clubs from
P o rtlan d . W alla W alla, LaG rande
and Y akim a p articip ated in th e
events m ak in g a to tal of 7 6 m otor­
cycles.
Em il K reossky of th e Rose City
Motorcycle club won first in the TT
race an d “ M aniac” W esterg u ard
came in second. The F ly in g 15 club
of P o rtlan d won first in the relay
race w ith th e Rose City club second.
"R ed ” D ahlberg was firs t and
Gus Callus was second in th e Aus­
tra lia n p u rsu it race. Bob "S uicide”
Dillon of th e Rose City club made
a record broad Jump. Geo. New-
m ann of the Rose City club won th e
cave man soccer contest.
Bob D illon acted as the pivot man
in the tric k rid in g events w hich
were am ong the best and were said
to be orig in al. Roy F oxten lead the
drill team in an exhibition, and Joe
W ilson of th e A m erican M otorcycle
association, acted as referee.
Bob D illon crashed th ro u g h a ten
foot hig h b u rn in g board w all and
Gus Callus rode th ro u g h a b u rn in g
canvas tu n n e l, w hich was sa tu ra te d
w ith gasoline. These fea tu re s fu r­
nished th e m ost th rills in th e show.
The new Y eager’s Bakery w ill be
ready for operation some tim e th e
first of next week if ail goes well
w ith the in stallatio n of m achinery
and equipm ent. J. H. Y eager is p u t­
tin g in a *5000 p lan t w ith a coal
Stocker fu rn ae'- heat for th e oven,
and all m odern equipm ent.
T he b u ild in g on th e corner of
Main and Second has been en tirely
rem odelled in to a spacious room. A
larg e plate glass window has been
placed in th e fro n t of th e building
and a full le n g th aw n in g hung.
Mr. Y eager has an o th e r bakery at
A rlington and is a v eteran in the
b us i n ess._______ ____ ________
JACKM AN ELECTED
TOWNSEND HEAD
C. A. Jack m an was elected presi­
d en t of th e H erm iston Townsend
club a t th e re g u la r m eeting la st
Tuesday night. C. R. Moore was
named vice p resid en t, Mrs. Geo. Bed-
dow, secretary , and Mrs. C. R.
Moore, trea su rer. Members of th e
advisory board include J. W. Mc-
M ullen, O. L. Barlow, F red Lenz,
Mrs. H. B. D arlin g and Mrs. Joe
Udey.
R eports of th e recent d istric t con­
vention w ere given by
Mr. Jack -
m an, and also Barney A nderson,
presid en t of th e P endleton club.
Two ru g s given aw ay w ent to
Mrs. A. M. S m ith of H erm iston, and
LaV erne M iller of P o rtlan d .
NOTICE TO WATER
USERS
Rules 23 and 25 of O rdinance No.
107 of the City of H erm iston regu­
la tin g the city w ater system reads
as follows: "A ll W ater re n ts shall
be due and payable a t th e office of
th e City Recorder on th e first day
of each m onth, and if not paid
w ith in the first 10 days th e re afte r,
w ater will be sh u t off u n til paym ent
is made of th e am ount due, w ith one
dollar (31.00) in ad d itio n for ex­
pense of tu rn in g w ater off and on.”
The C ity M arshall has been in ­
stru cted by the city council to in-
force th is ru lin g w ith o u t any ex­
ception. He has no choice in the
m atter. T herefore if your w ater ren t
is not paid w ith in th e tim e specified
by the City O rdinance your w ater
w ill be sh u t off w ith o u t fu rth e r
notice.
If for an y reason you can n o t pay
your w ater re n t w ith in th e tim e
specified by th e City O rdinance, you
may, in person, present your case to
th e City W ater Board (assem bled)
or to the City Council (assem bled)
b ut not to th e City M arshall, nor
any oth er in d iv id u al city official.
It is absolutely necessary th a t
th is ru lin g be enforced w ith all
w ater users.
MOYER-MOORE
W EDDING SUNDAY
Miss Ineda Moore of Spokane,
W n., became th e bride of F. E llis
Moyer of H erm iston, a t a w edding
in H eppner, Sunday, Ju ly 4th, a t
th e home of Mr. and Mrs. E arl Bry­
an t. Rev. Young of the M ethodist
church perform ed the ceremony.
The bride
was ch arm in g in a
gown of pastel blue net b u ilt on
P rin cess lines and carried a corsage
of T alism an roses and sw eet peas.
She was atten d ed by Miss M argaret
K irk of P endleton, who wore a
gown of yellow' organdy and a cor­
sage of g ardenias.
Melvin Moyer, b ro th er of the
groom, acted as best man.
The bride is a g rad u a te of Cheney
N orm al and ta u g h t in th e H erm is­
ton grade school last year. Mr. Moy­
er came from H eppner th re e years
ago and has operated th e M oyer’s
Men's Shop since th a t tim e.
The young couple are m aking
th e ir home in th e Osborn a p a r t­
m ents a t p re s e n t.__
Delegates to Suttle Lake.
ONE OF OLDEST IN
OREGON PASSES
LOLA HALL, 98, W ILL
BE BURIEDSATURDAY
Mrs. Lola S. H all, one of th e o ld­
est resident in Oregon, passed aw ay
early T hursday m orning a t th e age
of 98 years. Mrs. H all was a wom­
an of wide acq u ain tan ce, h av in g
come to Oregon from P en n sy lv an ia
in
1905.
She
received
many
g reetin g s from frien d s and rela tiv e s
on her b irth d ay each year w hich
was F eb ru ary 22nd, Last F eb ru ary
she received 51 g reetin g s from elev­
en d ifferen t states.
F u n eral cervices will
be
held
from P ra n n ’s F u n eral P arlo rs S a t­
u rd ay afternoon a t 4:00 o’clock,
w ith Rev. R. R. F in k b ein er o ffic ia t­
ing. In term en t w ill be in th e H er­
m iston cemetery.
Active, and able to do for herself
u n til Ja n u a ry of th is year, she was
only bedfast for th re e days before
her death. She was alw ays in te re s­
ted In the events ta k in g place In th e
s ta te and nation and k ep t In touch
w ith them th ro u g h the radio. H er
mind was clear and she portray ed
a sense of hum or on all occasions.
She accom plished th e rem ark ab le
feat of com m itting 18 ch ap ters of
th e Bible to m em ory a fte r she was
90 years old.
Mrs. H all often spoke of her b irth ­
place on the shores of Lake C hau­
tau q u a, In New York state.
A g rea ter p a rt of Mrs. H all's e a r­
ly life was spent in Union City,
P ennsylvania, w here she lived w ith
her fam ily u n til 1905, a fte r she
m arried Daniel A. H all In 1863, He
died In H erm iston th e year 1915, To
th is union th ree ch ild ren w ere born,
H a rrie t E sther H all, w ho passed
aw ay in 1920, and C lara G. H all of
H erm iston and G. Leroy H all of Mc­
M innville, who survive. The la tte r
is now in R ochester, N. Y., and it
w ill be impossible for him to be
here for the funeral.
Mrs. H all had been a membor of
th e B aptist church since girlhood,
and was ever d ilig en t in h er work,
ta k in g an active in terest.
Five g ran d ch ild ren and one g reat
g ran d ch ild also su rv iv e.
The an n u a l E pw orth L eague In ­
s titu te a t S u ttle Lake w ill be held
Ju ly 12 to 18 th is year w ith th e
them e "L ife to th e F u ll.” R. R
F inkbeiner, p asto r of th e M ethodist
church, will chaperone a group of
delegates from H erm iston. Echo and
By order of the City Council of A rlington. T his group w ill be tr a n s ­
The City of H erm iston. ported to and from th e lake in th e
school bus owned and operated by
Jo h n Pace, Sr., who will leave next
Monday m orning. D elegates include
LEGION A U X IL IA R Y
M arg iclte, E rn e st, and
R ichard
R ain w ater. Rebecca P ierson, R obert
Scotts Have Visitors.
ELECTS OFFICERS
Pierson, Lois H utchison,
David
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Scott are en ­
Hamm , L ester F lan n ig an and Mr.
Other Events.
te rta in in g a num ber of relativ es
Mrs.
G
race
Mudge
was
elected
and M rs. F in k b einer and fam ily.
Sunday afternoon H eppner took from east of th e Rockies for a week.
of th e H erm iston U nit of
the S tarb u ck G range team 11 to 3 Among th e v isito rs are tw o b ro th ­ president
th e A m erican Legion A uxiliary a t <• <•
in a baseball game as th e final fea­ ers of Mr. Scott and th e ir wives, the m eeting held recently. Mrs.
tu re Sunday. mA few m otorcycle r a ­ whom he has n ot seen for m any G race Logan was nam ed firs t vice
IRRIGON
♦
ces w ere also held.
years. Mr. an d Mrs. W. S. Scott of president, Mrs. C lara Pierson, sec­
By MRS. W. C. ISOM
*
M onday n ig h t th e fig h t card was T rum ansburg, N. Y., who are ta k in g ond vice president, Mrs. Tess Jack-
an in te re stin g event. T his was u n ­ a w estern tr ip have sp en t th ree son, secretary -treasu rer. T he execu­ <•
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der th e supervision of H a rry Kelley weeks at H ot S prings.
Mr. and Mrs. B ert D exter and b a­
W yom ing. tive com m ittee is composed of Mrs.
as chairm an of th e com m ittee.
W ith them a re Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Marie Todd, Mrs. H attie H am m and by d au g h ter le ft Saturday for W al­
The g en eral celebration com m it­ Scott of D aniel, W yom ing, w here
lowa for a sh o rt v isit w ith relatives.
Stella Shaar.
tee sta te s th a t the celebration was Mr. Scott is in the ca ttle business Mrs.
Mr. C hallis and son from S ta n ­
Delegates to th e sta te convention
also
successful
fin
an
cially
.
An
es-
*, * .
. , nt. nn
,
i Mrs. Scott was form erly Miss Mary were named in th e personnel of Mrs. field moved th e post office and res­
tim ated crowd of 2500 people w ere:
dallK hter o{ th e , a te H . G. Inez Am sberry and Mrs. G race Mud­ idence now owned by Mrs. Jam es
at the m otorcycle events Monday | n u r lb u r t of H erm iston, and sister of ge, w ith Mrs. L au ra Kelley as first W arn er to th e lots a half block east
afternoon
Mrs. H. R. N ew port of P o rtlan d , altern ate, and Mrs. F leta H ally b u r- w hich she purchased recently from
Tom Caldwell. He placed th e house
w here she is now v isitin g . Also ton, second altern ate.
Munsey Takes Over Market.
Included in the com m ittee reports on a cem ent fo u ndation Tuesday.
from Daniel, W yom ing, is Mrs. Geo.
Date of Homemakers Camp.
Jam es W a rn er retu rn ed
home
L. J. Munsey took over the m eat Franz, d a u g h te r of Mr. and Mrs. was a statem en t by the poppy ch a ir­ from P o rtla n d S a tu rd a y n ig h t.
The
an n u al H om em akers Camp
Mr. Scott of m an th a t th e la rg e st sale in the h is­
m arket in th e Boynton & Kelley Scott of H erm iston.
Isom m otored to B aker I hu rs will be held A ugust 4 and 8 th is
store F rid ay , Ju ly 2, and is now sole : New 1 °rk rep o rts heavy d ro u th in tory of th e u n it was made th is day Don
n ig h t for a few days’ v isit w ith year a t T ollgate, announces Miss
Munsey and his sta te la st year and heavy rain s year, n e ttin g over 365. T his money
ow ner and operator.
F rances C linton, home d em o n stra­
his
wife.
w
ent
to
aid
disabled
v
eteran
s
and
to
o
k
o
v
e
r
"
th
e
I
th
is
season,
an
d
Mr.
Scott
of
Wyo-
Rawson
o rig in ally
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Musgrave, id tion agent. TJie fee for th e e n tire
Zr
fam
ilies.
All
rep
o
rts
were
sent
l'oneh»
Raw-
m
ing
says
his
sta
te
h
as
benefited
m arket at. I Munsey
i from th e h eav iest rain s in 20 years. into the sta te office in fine shape, M onument. Ore., visited w ith Mrs. period is 34.00: Vhls may be paid it),
son’s in terest.
th e re tirin g president. Mrs. Ams­ M usgrave's sister, Mrs. W . ( . Isom cash or 32.50 of It paid in cash and
and ram ily from F riday u n til S un­ 31.50 in produce. Canip w ill be
berry, reported.
Nelson Takes New Duties.
Injured in Accident.
planned to meet needs ns far as pos­
day evening.
sible from the sta n d p o in t of fin an ce
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Law
rence
M
arkham
Bob Nelson is ta k in g over th e du­
Mrs. Wm. Fredreckson of S ta n ­
Trip to Hollywood.
and family from M ontana visited and interest. Rest, craftw o rk , books,
field is in th e H erm iston G eneral ties of city ed ito r of th e E ast O re­
Miss R u th Dodd, d au g h ter of Mr. relativ
laiiv es here
lie ir la st week. .
I hikes, swimm ing, b o atin g and ea „ t-
hospital w ith a broken coller bone gonian a t P endleton to replace J. W.
Mr. a n d Mrs. J. S. A rn b u rg v i s i - ¡ in g a re on th e p ro g ra m . T h e s tu ff
and one broken rib due to an acci­ F o rrester, J r., who le ft Tuesday and Mrs. E. P. Dodd, retu rn ed last
will include a nurse and sw im m ing
dent a t th e in tersectio n in S tanfield night for P o rtlan d on a business S atu rd ay from a two w eeks’ trip to ted a t P ilot Rock Sunday
in stru cto r. T here will be no d ish ­
Los
Angeles
and
Hollywood
in
Cali­
Mrs.
F
ran
k
M
arkham
visited
bis
trip
in
connection
w
ith
his
new
po-
on Monday. The F redreckson car
was stru ck as it was crossing th e I sition on th e sta ff of Oregon S tate fornia. She was th e guest of her son Fred M arkham and fam ily at w ashing or cooking.
highw ay by a car headed west, turn-1 college, as d irec to r of a th le tic pub- uncle, H enry Collins, an d his d au g h ­ R ichland W n.. over the week end.
Jack Allen Hurt.
Mr. and Mrs. F oster of H erm iston
ing it over. Mr. Fredreckson and son 5 licity and Oregon S tate publications. te r Mias C’a th ry n Collins, who is
George w ere th e o th er occupants of Mr. Nelson is a g rad u a te of th e i queen of th e Pendleton Round-Up were d in n er guests of Mr. and Mrs,
W.
R.
(Ja c k ) Allen of Columbia
the car, b ut were u n in ju red . Mrs. school of jo u rn alism a t th e U niver- th is . year. T h eir h ea d q u arters were B atie Rand Sunday.
d istric t is in th e H erm iston G eneral
sity
of
Colorado
w
here
he
was
all-1
at
the
Biltm
ore
Hotel
and
they
visit
Apricots
are
being
tru
ck
ed
from
F redreckson is reported as doing
hospital w ith a broken foot caused
conference fullback on th e Colorado j ed the Biltm ore Bowl. Cocoanut th e S w earingen orchard
th e past by a saddle horse fallin g w ith him
nicely.
football team . He Is the son of E. F. Grove, Ambassador, Trocedoro n ig h t week.
a t the ranch W ednesday m orning.
Nelson, the west w ire ed ito r of the club, and Brown Derby ( afe, where
Glen and K athleen l’olson left the It was a young an im al and began to
* * * * * * * *
, | Associated Tress in
K ansas City, they saw some of the film celebre- la st of the week , to , v isit
relatives.
buck w hich caused him to slip on
UMATILLA NEWS 1 : The elder Nelson was correspondent ties. Among them were Mary Liv- Mr. and Mrs. John _ ? ,e: , , . I wet
ground. T hree bones were hro-
' in P o rtlan d for a num ber of years, ingston. Jack Benny, Mr. and Mrs. have been liv in g in the Lc i i
kpn ¡n (b(, yollng m an’s foot w hich
By ERMA BYRNES.
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Eddie C antor, Geo. B urns, G ra d e ins, n.oved to 1 m atllla th e las
> wm disable him for several weeks.
SADIE K. BAGAN
Allen, Ruby Keeler
j^ k
” aley, the week.
1
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E. F arre ll spent the week end in
1 Benny Rueben Andy DeVine, Ed-
W alter G rider had the m isfortune . ...
The Dalles v isitin g h er fam ily.
Sadie K. B agan. wife of John Ba- ward A rnold, S terlin g Hollow ay and to lose a horse last week. T he horse '
Delores Lee of Camas. W n., v isi­ gan of S tanfield, was buried in th e others.
became tangled in a rope and stra n g |
STANFIELD
ted a few days w ith her m other, Stanfield cem etery T uesday, Ju ly 6.
The p arty wag shown th ro u g h the led to death.
By
Mrs. C arl Rhea
Mrs. W a lte r Agee.
follow ing fu n eral services held in ; W arn er B rothers studio th ro u g h the
Mr. and Mrs. Stevens moved from
Bessie D exter, who is a tte n d in g the Q atholic ch u rch conducted by cour^egy of a production m anager, th e W atk in s place to th e old Bene-
sum pter school in La G rande, visited F a th e r A hern.
Mr. and Mrs. Jo h n Spencer ac­
Mrs. Bagan passed whQ .g a friend of Mr. Collins. There fiel place last week.
her p are n ts over th e F o u rth .
aw ay at th e Sacred H e a rt hospital they saw scenes from th e film ing of
Ed Adams has charge of th e de­ com panied th e ir son and fam ily, Mr.
Mr. an d Mrs. H a rry H ull sp en t in Eugene, Ore., S atu rd ay , Ju ly 3rd,
pot and mail d u rin g the absence of and Mrs, Sloan Spencer, an d Mr.
Sunday and M onday in
Pomeroy from in ju rie s received In an a u to ­ a new picture.
and Mrs. A lstott to B ingham S a tu r­
A m otor trip th ro u g h th e Beverly B ert Dexter.
w ith h is b ro th er and fam ily, Mr. mobile accid en t Ju n e 29th.
Mrs. H ills d istric t w ith Mrs. L. W. J o r­
Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Rand and fam ­ day w here they sp en t th e F o u rth .
and Mrs. Floyd H ull.
Mrs. John Bagan died in E ugene
Bagan was 64 )^ear^ of age.
dan was one of the pleasures en ­ ily atten d ed th e celebration In S tan ­ Ju ly 3rd, from in ju rie s received In
Mr. an d Mrs. M ilton S h arp and
field Monday.
joyed
by
Miss
Dodd.
Mrs.
Jordan
son. Mr. and Mrs. H arry K essler and
accident.
F u n eral
E m m ett McCoy retu rn ed
home an autom obile
Want Ad Sells Chickens.
has sp en t several sum m ers in H er­
son sp en t Sunday and Monday in
front P o rtlan d S atu rd ay n ig h t and services were held a t th e C atholic
miston.
H
arry
C
onnor
received
15
letters
A rlington. Mrs. S harp and son re­
church In H erm iston T uesday m orn­
R uth Is a stu d en t a t St. H elen’s Sunday Mr. and Mrs McCoy left for ing ut nine o'clock, w ith In term en t
m ained in A rlin g to n to work for and num erous phone calls in reply
Im bler, Ore., to v isit Mrs. McCoy’s
H
all
in
P
o
rtlan
d
and
w
ill
spend
the
to a w ant ad Inserted in th e Herald
two weeks.
OREGON TRAFFIC
in the Stanfield cem etery. S urviving
m other and sisters.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E stip p and ch ild ­ ad v ertisin g 200 frie rs for sale. The rem ain d er of th e sum m er w ith her
N orm an Connell sp en t th e week children are Mrs. E rn est L au g h ary
parents.
DEATHS
ren and Blanche P ike spent th e resu lts w ere prom pt and complete.
and Jam es Bagan of Eugene, and
end w ith his parents.
F o u rth a t Oliva Lake n ea r U kiah.
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Jones of Tom Bagan of T he Dalles, who w ith
A rt P eterson of W illow Creek
(A series of w eekly a rticle s on th e
Longview. W n., visited his parents, th e ir fam ilies atten d ed th e funeral.
spent S unday a t th e H ugh Van
Mr. and Mrs. R.V. Jones and fam ily Mrs. Bagan was a long tim e resid ent
problem of highw ay safety by
of Stanfield and very highly respec­
Schoiack home.
over th e week end.
• E arl Snell, S ecretary of S tate )
Gene H iatt, D elbert V an Scho­
Mrs. Jack B row ning, Mrs Emery ted. She was form erly a school
iack, V ivian Brown, R obert B row ­
Bedwell and Mrs. H arvey W arn er teacher (n the Stanfield school and
A pproxim ately a q u a rte r of a m il­ nell, E rn e st T ippie and
Leonard
were
jo in t hostesses at a p arty at at th e tim e of her death was clerk
lion Oregon m otor vehicle operators M ontgom ery, who are w orking In
P allb earers
the
B
row
ning home for Ju n io r clas­ of the school d istric t.
have applied to my office d u rin g the th e pea can n ery in P endleton spent
ses in the P en teco stal S unday school were M. J. McDermott, E zra Hazen,
past th ir ty days for a renew al of th e F o u rth w ith th e ir parents.
F rank Sloan, E. R. Sires, R. G. P en ­
S atu rd ay afternoon
Col. T. M. Robins, division en g in ­ of power.
th e ir d riv e rs’ licenses. It is expec­
ney and H arry Andrews.
Mrs.
Short
from
W
alla
W
alla
vis­
Mr.
and
Mrs.
O.
P.
M
iller
and
son
A
nother
published
item
of
the
re­
eer in ch arg e of Bonneville .and the
ted th a t an o th e r hun d red thousand
Mr. and Mrs. C arrol Buckley of
ited Mrs. Chas. Stew ard several days
applications w ill be received d u rin g spent th e F o u rth in Spokane v is it­ channel developm ent betw een Celilo port co n tain s th e words th a t “dams
T
igard
are the p aren ts of a six
last
week.
and U m atilla, has made his annual and locks a t U m atilla and on the
th e p resen t m onth, and th a t all of ing friends.
Mr H u n te r le ft for C alifornia last pound baby g irl born Monday. Ju ly
Mr. an d Mrs. V. D. B ram ar and rep o rt to th e U. S. Army board in Snake m ust be bu ilt to provide n av i­
these licenses w ill be in th e hands
5th. Mrs Buckley will be rem em ­
of th e ap p lica n ts before the firs t of son Jim m otored to Oswego Sunday W ashington again. Brief Items of gation above U m atilla.” He also week.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Stew ard re­ bered locally as Alice Rhea.
m orning w hpre they visited
w ith th a t rep o rt have appeared d u rin g sta te s th a t th e ’’governm ent is m ain­
A ugust.
,
Mr. and Mrs. Reece, Mr. and Mrs.
in in g a channel seven feet deep ceived word recen tly th a t th e ir son
P ’-oper h an d lin g of th is w ork con­ Mr. B ra m a r’s m other. Mrs. B ram ar th e past week in various new spap­ ta
1 P erry . M orris and friends of V ancou-
and 150 feet wide up th e Columbia E arl Stew ard is now in F ran ce.
and
son
rem
ained
for
a
couple
of
ers.
The
rep
o
rt
was
som
ew
hat
u
p
­
s titu te s a considerable problem , as
Miss Bessie W ilson of La G rande ver, Wn , are guests of Mr. an d Mrs.
settin g to th e recen tly c u rre n t Ideas to U m atilla, and th a t a dam there and Mrs. Furgeson of Gesliam, Ore , ‘ George E lliott.
well as being an im portant facto r in weeks.
would
boost
boats
over
the
Uma­
from
1
and
rep
o
rts
th
a
t
h
igh
dam
s
m
ight
safety w ork. The a c tu a l
w ritin g • Lois P rid d y retu rn ed home
Mrs. W illiam Fredreckson was In-
tilla and Homly rapids to th e m outh are visitin g th e ir m other. Mrs. Nora
and m ailing of th e license cards is B ellingham Sunday a fte r a few , he b u ilt at The Dalles, Jo h n Day of
W ilson.
Jured Monday w hen th e au to In
th
e
S
n
ak
e,”
or
to
Five
Mile
ra
p
­
j
Rapids
and
A
rlin
g
to
n
before
con-
a com paratively sm all m a tte r, but days’ visit.
Mrs C lair Caldwell
en tertain ed which she was rid in g was stru ck by
ids. H ydro-electric power could be de
to see th a t th ey are placed only in
Mr. an d Mrs. Dick Aches a n d ) stru etio n would be commenced on j veloped, he states, on all four dams th e Nimbi» F in g ers 4-H sew ing club m o th er car n ear th e in tersectio n a t
th e h an d s of people who are able to d a u g h te r N orm a, Mr. and Mrs Stan th e U m atilla rapids dam.
W ednesday afternoon
I »he Pastim e corner. Mrs. F redreck-
He sta te s th a t th e U m atilla and in the Columbia and tw o on the
m eet th e req u irem en ts considered A nderson, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Olsen.
W avne Caldw ell of P o rtlan d vis- | son suffered a broken collar bone
|
Snake.
necessary for safe d riv in g involves Mr. an d Mrs. M ullins, Mr. and Mrs. th e Snake riv er dam s should be the
and several scalp wounds.
It is reported th a t construction on Ited his p aren ts over Sunday.
Miss C arrie Lage and Bud Davis
a la rg e am o u n t of checking and p er­ Cover and ch ild ren , and Mr. and first u n d erta k en when a new river th e channel betw een Celilo and
Mr. and Mrs. H arvey W arn er
sonal investigation. T his co n sti­ Mrs. R ay L und and sons spent th e project is sta rte d , and th a t th e dams
of W alla W alla spent M onday and
were
d
in
n
er
guests
of
Mr.
and
Mrs.
below could be bu ilt later. One new s; U m atilla w ill be com pleted by Atlg-
Tuesday w ith Mr. and Mrs. Carl
tu te s a responsibility th a t I am con­ F o u rth in P o rtland.
item stated th a t these low er d a m s , ust 1st. except a t D ev ils Hens. Just Jack R row ning Sunday.
scientiously try in g to m eet, and at
Mrs. R u th Stevens and
Naomi Rhea.
Many U m atilla people
atten d ed may he ju stifie d 50 years from now below U m atilla, w here some fu rth e r
Mr. and Mrs
Ivan S tu rd iv an t.
th e sam e tim e give as prom pt se r­ th e F o u rth of Ju ly celebration a t
if a m ark et for th e power could be : work may be required Boats are ex­ Brow nell v isited relatives here over Vern Gale, and Mrs. Cisco, all of
vice as possible.
S tanfield , in clu d in g th e sm oker and found. He described th e fu tu re pro-j pected to o perate tb U m atilla early th e wepk end.
D efective vision, lack of kn o w ­ dance.
Mr and Mrs. David S h affer of Long Beach, Cal., visited Mrs. Ila
ject as re q u irin g eig h t dam s; the j th is fall.
Pendleton
visited th e ir cousins, Mr. W allace over th e F o u rth .
ledge of th e m otor vehicle law s. In ­
The larg e project to which Col.
Mr. an d Mrs. Bill Ross and son
at U m atilla, and four on th ej
Mr and Mrs. L. T. K enison.
a b ility to properly han d le a car and from La G rande spent th e week end s one
around and Mrs B P. Rand Sunday.
n ak e first, at a to ta l cost of 366,- Robins refers as costing
and Clyde Kenison retu rn ed home
Jah
n
Voile
was
elected
to
serve
as
m any o th e r reasons compel th e li­ in U m atilla.
¡000,000, and Including the th ree 3150,000,000, would not be Justified
Sunday night a fte r a th ree w eeks'
cense division to reje ct hundreds of
This d irecto r on th e school board at the trip
Lloyd M iller retu rn ed home Mon­ dams below U m atilla at a cost of on savings from navigation
Mr. and Mrs Kenison visited
ap p lican ts, in th e Interests of safe­
S atu rd ay night.
from 3150,000.000 to 3160,000.000. m easure is now before congress but m eeting
day
w
ith
hla
p
aren
ts
from
Spokane
Mr. and Mrs. Eatrom o f N orth Da­ in California.
ty
P roper licensing of d riv ers Is
may
be
modified
by
his
rep
o
rt
to
In­
The
dam
a
t
U
m
atilla
w
hich
has
h
ere­
Mrs. M argaret D aughtery is le av ­
a heavy responsibility, but only w here he has been v isitin g for sev­
kota visited th e ir son F ra n k who Is
tofore been estim ated to coat 323.- clude th e lesser cost of 365.000,000 w orking for F ra n k Leicht.
ing S aturday for La G rande w here
th ro u g h a s tr ic t com pliance
w ith eral days.
for
th
e
upper
riv
er
dams,
on
the
b
a
­
Mr. and Mrs. Pow ers from Miles 240,000 has been boosted to 330.- sis of nav ig atio n and power and Ir­
Mr. and Mra. Jack B row ning visi­ she will visit a few day» w ith old
th e law is It possible for th e de­
000,000. w hich la tte r fig u re is be­
ted Mr and Mrs W. C. Isom Sunday. tim e friends.
p artm en t to do Its p a rt in help in g City. M ont.. Is v isitin g her m other. lieved to co n tain th e coat of a u n it rigation.
to e lim in s te O regon's traffic death s. Mrs. Stella Edwarda.
ROBINS ANNUAL REPORT PLACES
UMATILLA RAPIDS DAM FIRST