The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, May 12, 1938, Image 1

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PHYSKM EDUCATION
CLASSES PRESENT
ANNUAL P.E.X. SHOW
C IT Y STREET
O IL IN G PROGRAM
FOURTH OF JULY
CELEBRATION AT
ECHO THIS YEAR
METHODS OF
IRRIGATION TOPIC
AT STANFIELD
400 WOMEN ATTEND
COOKING SCHOOL
COOPERATION R.E.A.
Eight city blocks are being oiled
More than 400 women flocked to USERS NEEDED IN
in Hermiston under a contract with
the Oasis theatre Monday and Tues­
Echo will direct the Fourth of
the Rogers Construction company
L. H. Mitchell, field supervisor of day of this week to enjoy the Her­ COMPLETING SYSTEM
which is here on a contract to oil July celebration this year for the operation maintenance, Bureau of ald Free Motion Picture Cooking
the Diagonal road. The company four towns.in the west end of Uma­ Reclamation, Washington, D.C., was School “A StaT in My Kitchen,” at
gave the city a liberal contract and tilla county. It is Echo’s turn to the main speaker at a meeting held which many new and exciting reci­ SPECIFICATIONS
the street work will be done imme­ put on the program that will enter­ in the high school auditorium in pes were given and many new ways
tain the 5000 people in this area.
diately.
Stanfield. Saturday, May 7, at 8:00 learned in preparing attractive GIVEN TO BOARD
Tuesday
evening
a
delegation
o’clock.
Jay T. Pierson, assistant dishes.
Gladys avenue from its connec­
By JESSE MOORE
Many gifts were given at the
“When will the Juice be turned
The annual P. E. X. was present­ tion with the state highway on from that town visited the Hermis­ county agent, acted as chairman of
ed before a capacity crowd in the First street will be oiled to Third; ton Commercial club, asking for co­ the meeting, and stated that too lit­ cooking school and also by the local on the new electric lines?” This la
high school gym Thursday, May 5, connection with the North road will operation. Echo has purchased 1000 tle attention is paid to methods of merchants. The ladies receiving a question that is frequently heard
Fourth of July button emblems irrigation.
gifts from the various business these days. And the answer, say the
by the boys’ and girls’ physical edu­ be oiled past the school buildings to
which it desires to sell throughout
officials, is “When the lines ara
Mr. Mitchell discussed practical houses are listed here.
cation classes under the direction of Third street. In addition Second and
the district at one dollar each. The methods of irrigation on the pro­
Ida Bushman— Hermiston Drug completed, and the houses wired.”
Miss Lavina May Lynch and Coach Third streets will be oiled from
button will entitle the holder to jects, modern methods of leveling, Store.
Every house must be inspected after
Frank O’Neil. Miss Lynch inagura- Ridgeway to Main. Costs are being
free
entrance to the smoker and the corrugating, bordering, and types of
Mrs. Leo Earnhart — Hermiston it is wired before the electric cur­
ted the P. E. X. in Hermiston last paid by the property owners, with
rent can be turned on.
the exception of the cross sections dance pavilion during the celebra­ soil best suited to these methods. He Trading Co.
year.
tion.
Mrs. A. T. Kauffman — Ruby's
stated that water and soil fertility
According to word received by
Marie Skovbo was crowned Queen which will be paid for by the city.
The committee was accompanied, go hand in hand, and that it was Beauty Shop.
the directors ot the Umatilla Elec­
of May, presiding in queenly style
The property owners on each side
by a delegation from Stanfield in' not wise to try to run water over
Mary Rand, Irrigon— Boynton & tric Cooperative association, the re­
over the ceremony which brought to of the street pay half the distance
support of the celebration. It was too large an area at one time. He Kelley.
cently completed line must be in­
a close what was said to be one of for the width of their property. The
agreed that Hermiston, Stanfield, stressed the use of a probe to deter­
Mrs. H. A. Pankow — Mor-Tone spected throughout by an official ot
the best performances given by the county assumes the cost at the li­
Umatilla and Echo, should all co­ mine the depth being reached by Sound Service.
the national REA before it can ba
high school this year. Her majesty brary, the school district assumes
operate in making the annual event the moisture which would be deter­
Mrs. Doris Panages — Connor’s energized. Another regulation re­
Queen Marie I, and His Highness the cost on the street abutting the
a success.
mined by the need of the root Cash Store.
quirement is that at least two houses
James Jackson, were attended by school grounds. There is a possibility
A committee was appointed by plants.
Mrs. Lee Putnam and Mrs. P. H per mile of line must be wired befor<*
members of the senior class. Court that Hurlburt avenue, from the
Walter Smith, president of the Her­
Corman— Yeager's Bakery.
the juice is turned on, the board
attendants were Helen Ralph and highway to the railroad track, will
miston Commercial club, to work
Mrs. John Lynett — Burnham & was informed. The board brought
Jackson Index Manager.
Gerald Keller, Frances Dawson and be oiled, but arrangements have not
with a like committee from Echo.
Burnham.
out at a recent meeting that farm­
Stuart Rankin, Esther McMullen been completed.
Bill Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Floyd Knerr — Safeway) ers have been slow in having wiring
and Harold Laird, Wanda Roberts
C. M. Jackson of Hermiston, and Store.
Regular Irrigation Friday.
work done, others have been ready
and C. O. Marble and Lois White HERMISTON DERBY
graduate of Hermiston Union high
Mrs. Glen Rand— Oregon Hard for weeks.
The
damage
to
the
pipe
line
in
and Bill Hamm.
school, was elected Pacific Univer­ ware & Implement Co.
the Hermiston Irrigation District
The crown was placed on Queen SET FOR M A Y 28-29
The manager reports that there
sity Index manager unanimously,
Mrs. Chas. Duvall — Thompson’s are 136 miles in the system which ra
line
caused
by
an
air
pocket
in
the
Marie by James Jackson, and mem­
since he was unapposed in this po­ Drug.
pipe back of the Hermiston General
bers of the various school organiza­
quired that 272 users be ready to
sition. Jackson is a freshman at Pa­
A Hermiston Derby has been sch
Mrs. Geo. J. Kendler— Ruby Mc­ receive juice, and up to date 250
tions presented her with tokens for eduled for May 28 and 29 on the Hospital has been repaired and reg­ cific University at Forest Grove en­
Millan.
her outstanding work in the high Hermiston Community park fair ular irrigation service in the east rolled in pre-law. The council sub­
meter bases have been secured at
Mrs. V. D. Bramer— Tum-A-Lum the office in the reclamation build­
school. Presentations were made by grounds, offering a grand prize of section of the city will be resumed mitted a single name for this posi­
Company.
Alfred Shipp, Annual staff; Jjesse ?100. Nearly every type of race is on schedule this Friday.
ing, leaving 22 more users to wire
tion since it was thought that
Mrs. Dorothy Sollars-—Hermiston their houses before the required
This announcement was made
Moore, Torch Honor. Nina Rae Mc­ being arranged by a local commit­
Jackson’s qualifications fa*r exceed­ Mercantile Co-op.
Culley, “Rooters"; Geraldine Mul­ tee composed of Ben O’Conner, Geo. this week by H. A. Pankow, city ed those of any other. He will
number will be reached. The homes
Helen F. Peterson — Hermiston where some of the meter bases have
water master. The break in the dist­
lins, Bulldog staff; Lawrence Hunt, Corliss and Dale Poindexter.
manage the freshman edition of the Beauty Shop.
rict line made it impossible to de­
Letterman’s club.
been installed have not completed
Th program will start at 1:30 p. liver water to the city irrigation Index, a weekly college newspaper,
A trio consisting of Virginia
wiring, and the Inspector states that
which will appear this week on
m. each day and will contain horse system.
SPECIAL
FARM
Dyer, Gladys Pierson and Frances
few wiring systems will have to
green
paper.
racing, bucking horses, calf roping
Follett sang three numbers before and bareback riding. A derby dance
be changed to meet requirements of
BUREAU CO-OP
Twin Girls Born.
the court. Flower girls were Rose­
the state inspection law. Two state
Alexanders Will Celebrate.
will be given Saturday night. Pro­
mary Doyle and Marilyn Hughes
inspectors are now in the field and
Twin
girls
were
born
to
Mr.
and
MEETING
CALLED
ceeds from the show will go toward
Mr. and Mrs. R. Alexander of
and the crown bearer was Frank
will remain until the work is fin­
Mrs.
Don
Harryman
of
Umatilla
at
further improvement of the fair
Pendleton will celebrate the 88th
Mueller.
The called meeting of the mem­ ished to the present requirements.
the Hermiston General Hospital
grounds.
birthday of Mr. Alexander Friday,
Athletics in the various stages of
early Tuesday morning. They have
bers of the Farm Bureau Co-opera­
Meters are being installed by two
May 13, and also their 58th wed­
development from the early Grecian
been named Theda Ileen and Phyllis
tive of Hermiston on May 20th is men who are advising users of
ding anniversary. The event will
age down to the modern physical ed­ COMMENCEMENT
Arleen. Both mother and babies are
for the purpose of amending the by­
be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy laws of the association to comply what is necessary in meeting the re­
ucation of today, were represented EXERCISES M A Y 26
doing nicely.
quirements. About 70 meters have
Alexander and will be attended by with the requirements of the Bank been set. The manager states that
in the program.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Dodd of Hermis­ for Cooperatives to qualify for a users who have failed to state what
The Grecian age was demonstrat­
Demonstration Requested.
Commencement exercises for the
ed by the boys’ physical education
ton.
and Mrs. Bertha Collins of loan.
service they desire, should do so im­
A request has been made by the
classes showing part of the Olympic Hermiston Union high school will
At a meeting of the turkey grow­ mediately at the association office,
Portland.
state
4-H
club
office
that
Eugene
games illustrating the discus, jave­ be held Thursday, May 26, at 8:00 Rugg of Umatilla and Kenneth Ben­
ers, held several weeks ago, a vote and also that those having wired
lin, broad jump and sprinter per­ o’clock in the evening in the high
was taken whether or not the mem­ their houses should notify the man­
Weather
Report.
sel
of
Hermiston
repeat
their
dairy
forming before the queen for a re­ school auditorium. Dr. M. C. Jacobs
bers desired the cooperative to in­ ager in order that the work may be
demonstration on "Safety Bull Pen” Date
Max. Min. stall a pellet machine. A poll was inspected and meters set.
ward. The girls’ physical education of Whitman college will address the
at
the
club
summer
school
at
Cor­
May 5 ..........-..... ................ 66 ... 42 held to determine how many turkey
classes gave a Grecian dance which Seniors.
The time for energizing the sys­
.......... ................ 71 .... 32
Baccalaureate services will be vallis. June 6 to 18. The two boys May 6
greatly resembled a dance of the
were state champions last year and May 7 ................. ................ 75 . 30 growers would feed pellets if the tem now depends mainly upon the
held
Sunday,
May
22,
in
the
audi­
fairies because of their flowing
won the right to represent the state May 8 ................. ................. 74 .... 50» pellets could be mahufactured in the activity of users in conforming to
white garments in the soft mellow torium, with Rev. R. R. Finkbeiner
at
the dairy show at Columbus, May 9 ................. ............... 70 .... 33 cooperative plant. The vote in both' requirements of REA and state In­
delivering the sermon. Assisting
light.
instances was nearly unanimous.
spectors, officials state. Proper co­
Ohio, where they placed third in May 10
............... 77 . .. 33
The age of chivalry demon3tra pastors will be Rev. T. S. Leger of
A result of the united action on operation from users will Insure
sectional
competition.
The
boys
61
May
11
..............
................
76
....
the
Baptist
church,
and
C.
Warner
tions in Knighthood games were
the part of the turkey growers, was electric current in the wires with­
were coached by Jay T. Pierson, as­
Precipitation was .48.
given by the boys’ wrestling, quart­ of the Union church.
that the board of directors of the in two weeks, officials believe.
sistant county agent.
erstaff, hippas, boxing and jump­
Farm Bureau Co-operative of Her-
The senior class roll is as follows:
The board of directors pointed
ing teams. each giving a short exhi­ Nina Rae McCulley, Thelma Swar-
miaion took up the mottèr of a loan
out that the fire hazard of a new
bition of the sport he represented.
with the Rank for Cooperatives at
ner, Esther McMullen, Jane M.
system 136 miles long, with many
A colorful and picturesque har­ Jackson, Anne Louise Sommerer,
Spokane. In order to conform with
styles of wiring, must be avoided.
vest dance was given by the girls’ Lois Eileen White, Norma M.
the rules and regulations of the
Contractors are now building ex­
physical education classes in the Blahm, Frances Marie Dawson,
bank when making loans, It was
tensions which will be connected
late European influence division. Arilda A, Foster, Margie Estle, Hel­
necessary
that
certain
sections
of
Officers of this club are Kenneth
A report from Jay T. Pierson, as­
Five boys then demonstrated free en Kathryn Ralph, Marie E. Skovbo,
the by-laws of the association be with the original line when com­
sistant county agent, shows that 'Bensel, president, Eugen'e Rugg.
exercises and a private dance by the Albert T. Shipp, Frank P. Furrer,
amended
and changed. To handle pleted. Other stub lines along the
there are now seven 4-H clubs vice president. Charles Kik, secre
main system will later be consider­
maidens finished the section.
C. O. Marble, Frank B. Rodda, Ray­ which are project wide that have tary, and* Robert Bensel, reporter. this situation In the best manner
ed.
The girls demonstrated bicycling mond Knapp, Wanda Roberts, Irene
possible,
the
board
has
deemed
It
developed many club activities dur­ Members include Leo Rueber, Eldon
The manager states that it is a
by riding bicycles several times Knapp, Frances Louise Lewis. Re­
Saylor, Kenneth Bensel, Robert necessary to put this matter before
ing the spring months.
requirement
that after the lines are
around the gym in the gay nineties becca Pierson, Vera Sisson, Elmer B
the
members
at
the
meeting
to
be
Among these clubs is the newly Bensel, Harry Lewis, John McMul­ called May 20.
energized the user under the line
division. The exhibition of croquet Moyer. James M. Jackson, Harold
len.
Charles
Kik,
Eugene
Rugg
and
was followed by one of roller skat­ D. Buell, Asa H. Shaw, Clarence My­ organized Farm Crops club under Richard Rugg.
All members of the cooperative will be required to pay the dollar
ing. A picnic group of old maids ers, Lawrence Hunt, Stuart R. Ran­ the leadership of Emil Zivney, em­
are urged to be present at thia minimum whether ready for service
Pig Club.
plus one very stubborn donkey (al­ kin, Bob W. Follett, Rex Boylen. ployed at the U. S. Field Station.
The West Umatilla Pig club is meeting. Special attention Is called or not. If he is not financially pre­
This
club
was
organized
December
ias two senior boys) put on a gala William Dallas Hamm, Harold H.
another newly organized club, elect­ to the eligibility of voters. Members pared to wire his home, the associa­
, performance. Helen Ralph and Ger­ Neill, Gerald Keller and Harold 6. 1937, and now has thirteen mem­ ing the following officers March 27; must be in good standing in the tion will advance the necessary
bers. Officers are Henry Sommer­
ald Keller came forth togged In Laird.
Farm Bureau Co-operative of Her­ funds from the house wiring loan
er, Jr., president, Alfred Buell, vice Kenneth Bensel. leader, and also miston in order to vote on these fund on easy terms.
clothes of the “Nineties” to give a
president, and Kenneth Bensel, sec- president, Floyd Whitsett, vice pres proposals.
gay nineties waltz.
It was pointed out that the
ident, and Henry Sommerer Jr., sec­
REX
ELLIS
W
OULD
cretary.
The tumbling squad composed ot
board of directors of the association
retary. Club members are concen
Seven ot the thirteen members
Ralph Marble, Ted Ripley, Elbert BE RE-ELECTED
Seed Production Meeting.
has done everything possible to
trating on a breeding program and
are growing corn as individual pro­
Moore. Allen Clarke. Jim Kerr. Al­
According to Jay T. Pierson, as­ hasten the work and now needs the
hare purchased Poland China and
fred Shipp, Vester Shaw and Darwin
Rex Ellis, present state senator jects and two are carrying an indi­ Duroc Jersey breeds. Besides the sistant county agent, a meeting has active cooperation of all those who
Shaw
performed some difficult from Umatilla, Union and Morrow vidual garden project. The mem­ breeding program, twenty head of been scheduled for May 24, at the will benefit from the use of electri­
(Continued on page 6)
counties, is running again for re- bers growing corn will display at hogs will be fed out In pens of four Union church, for the purpose ot city.
election as he claims he has un­ the Pacific International Exposition for the purpose of showing at the discussing small seed production
Last Wool Growers Meeting.
All Day 4-H Club Meet.
finished business in the state legis­ in Portland this fall.
Pacific International Livestock show and diseases affecting alfalfa. E. R.
The final meeting until fall for lature. Mr. Ellis was in Hermiston
Jackman, specialist in farm cropq
Members of the club are Eugene in Portland.
The first of a series of all-day
the Wool Growers auxiliary was Wednesday calling on friends and Rugg. Richard Rugg. Henry Som­
The Poland China gilts purchased from Oregon State college, will be 4-H club meetings was held April
held last Friday at the home of Mrs voters.
present
at
the
meeting.
Seed
certifi­
merer, Jr., Bobby Eaton, Alfred last year by Henry Sommerer Jr.,
30 at the Umatilla Experiment Sta­
W. L. Morgan in Hermiston in the
cation will also be discussed. Any
Mr. Ellis was a recent speaker at Buell, Ted Metteer, Kenneth Bensel, and Charles Kik have farrowed. The
tion where livestock and crop Judg­
form of a dessert bridge. Joint host­
persons interested are requested to
a special meeting at Union in a Leo Rueber, Bernard Corpe, Bill sire was a purebred boar owned by
ing was conducted. The clubbers
esses with Mrs. Morgan were Mrs
Corpe, Eldon Saylor. Harold Neill the club, and all gilts will be kept be present at this meeting.
drive
to
advertise
Eastern
Oregon
judged two classes of dairy cattle,
C. M. Jackson. Mrs. A. E. Bensel.
and placed in the hands of club
Livestock Show. Quoting from the and Charles Kik.
one class in sheep, and one class in
Poultry Club Organized.
Mrs. H. T. Fraser of Hermiston, and
The West Umatilla Beef club is members for future breeding purpo-
Eastern Oregon Republican publish­
crops which they Identified during
Mrs. W. Martin Marbut of Echo
A meeting has been called for
ed at Unjon. "Others who were lead by Leo Rueber of Stanfield | ses.
the day. All the judging was merely
Seven tables were In play during
Monday, May 16. at the home ot
called upon included Senator Rex and was organized October 22, j Members of the club are Kenneth
for practice and not for competition.
the afternoon. Members of the aux­
1937. with nine members. Fourteen Bensel. Creston Buzzard. Bobby Ea- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bensel, for the
iliary decided to make an afghan of Ellis of Pendleton. who is well calves are owned by the nine boys, j ton, Henry Sommerer Jr., Charles purpose of organizing a poultry club, Lunch was eaten at noon and the
wool which will be displayed with known for his efforts in behalf of and these calves were selected from Kik, Bob Bensel, Leo Rueber and lay T. Pierson, assistant county full day devoted to judging and a,
other work at the Umatilla Project the stock show and also in regard to picked herds in Oregon and Wash­ Floyd Whitsett.
agent, will be present to organize tour of the station by the 20 club
fair this fall.
the six or more members who have
4-H club work.”
ington.
(Continued on page 5)
members present.
been lined up for the work.
QUEEN M ARIE A N D
COURT REIGN
SEVEN 4-H CLUBS DEVELOP ACTIVITIES
DURING SPRING MONTHS ON PROJECT
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