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Page 2 CONDON GLOBE-TIMES, CONDON, OREGON Friday, January 6, 1.939 K. C. Mullinex, while Mrs. Mul- l KINZUA NEWS i linex teaches, l I By Jessie Emry I Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wood spent *---- the holidays in Portland. R. L, Kunsman, city mayor, and * .. E. M. Hulden of Arlington were SPRAY NEWS visiting J. F. Coleman and trans- acting business in Kinzua one day last week. This was their first visit up here and they were much impressed with the size and devel- opments which they found so near their home. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Coleman and daughter Betty Jo and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. White left Tuesday morning for Portland. Mr. Cole- man will transact business there and in Seattle and Betty Jo will return to Tacoma to attend school. Gus Peterson returned to Port- land Saturday where he entered a hospital for medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zachery and daughter of Fossil were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hillman. Mr. and Mrs. John HiIlman were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Myers Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Pentecost and Mr. and Mrs. Hershal Goons and daughter spent the New Year's holidays in The Dalles where they visited relatives. Mrs. Goons' mother, Mrs. Omeg, returned with them. Jack Kincaid, Sterling Wham, Harry White, Miss Nona Lear and Miss Verna Wright spent the week end in Baker. Miss Wright, who spent several days visiting here, remaimed. Mr: and Mrs. J. C. Phillips and daughter spent the week end vis- iting relatives in Lexington. Mrs. Fred Smith of Bozeman, Montana, spent the latter part of the week at the home of Mrs. Ed Ostrander. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Tucker and I for her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. I supervisor of the wheat loan pro- gram. Approximately 650 applications for wheat insurance policies were received before the final closing date for insurance on winter ,wheat, reports Clyde Kiddle, state i supervisor of the crop insurance program. Growers took out insur- By Mrs. Albert Williams ance on more than 85,000 acres. $ The largest single group of in- surance policies in the entire Un- ited States was written in Oregon, when insurance was provided for three associated companies in Umatilla county, all under the management of Mac Hoke. The combined premiums amounted to approximately three large carloads of wheat. Applications for insurance on spring seeded acreage may be made starting the latter part of January. The December federal crop re- port estimates Oregon winter wheat seedings this fall at 649,- 000 acres, as compared with a 10, year average of 842,000. The ac- reage seeded a year ago was 763,- i000. In the United States asoa whole, the winter wheat acrea.e is estimated at approximately 10 million acres under the 1937 fig- ure, which, according to AAA of- ficials, indicates substantial com- diance with the 1939 wheat acre- age allotments. 23, at Vancouver Washington. Af- Arlington 0. E. S. Holds ter a short honeymoon in Port-[l_ 11 o, Ar land, Lebanon and other valley[lns[alla[lOll teremony I points the couple returned to I Spray where they will reside. By Alma Bowman I ......... all homel ARLINGTON, Jan 6--Officers! vmltors at tne teag f  . " , ,,a ........ Rv ,,t Rndnevl o Jasmine cnapter No. 74, O. E. ,,""z. "''__ '. .....  S.; were installed last Friday eve- iNasn ol me vlcw. ning at a special meeting held in I Pauline Gochen0ur spent Sunday the Masonic hall. Mrs. John at the Crawford home on Service Douglass acted as worthy install- Creek. Billy Crawford, a student ing matron; Mrs. Roy Kunsman, at Pacific University, returned to installing organist; Mrs. Max school Tuesday. Hooper, installing marshal; Mrs. Other students leaving for school, Charles Van Winkle, installing] chaplain. Mrs. Ira D. Gray, junior I past matron, gave the welcome ad-I dress followed by a drill by the of- . ricers. Miss Alma Bowman was installed as worthy matron. The SPRAY, Jan 6--The holiday season over, school opened Tues- day, January 3, with perfect at- tendance. Prof. McCormick spent the holidays at his home in Port- l land. Clyde Blodgett, grade school 'principal, with Mrs. Blodgett and Nancy Elaine, visited relatives in Corvatlis and Blodgett. Beula Bell, i primary teacher, and son Verne were guests of friends at Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Asher and daughter Beverly, who have visit- ed the past two weeks with rela- tives here, left Tuesday morning for their home at Ogden, Utah. Guests at the L. A. Gochenour home the past week included Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Wantalok, who returned to their home in The Dalles Tuesday, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gochenour of Corvallis. SteaFJtll.Strickler Miss La Verne Strlcklr,.daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Strickler of Lebanon, and Willis Steagall. son of Mrs. Cora Steagell of Spray were married Friday, December son Sidney, who spent over a week this week were Betty Richards, visiting relatives at Bandon, Ore-lwho attends St. Helena hall, and gon, returned home Monday eve- Nancy and John Richards, stu- ning. dents at Lincoln high in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bare and Ethel Baxter, Oregon State. Worthy Matron Alma Bowman and [ Condon spent Sunday here visiting Worthy Patron Ira D. Gray presid- lat the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin ing. Following the meeting a party j Van Winkle. was given in honor of Mrs. Maxl Mrs. Clough's Sunday school Hooper of Spokane. The evening class of boys entertained Cord Mac was spent in playing Chinese fVan Winkle's class of girls Men- checkers, after which refreshments i day evening at the Clough resi- were served by Mrs. John Douglass I dence with a party. After a social and Mrs. L. L. Montague. Mrs. ievening of games light refresh- Hooper was a recipient "of a gift. ments were served. Mrs. Harrison Eastman and[ Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hulden are family stopped here a short while I spending several days of this week Sunday morning en route from i in Portland transacting business.. Condon to their home at Baker I Mrs. G. W. Hillis arrived here Mrs. Emtman is a former resident Sunday evening from Pendleton of Arlington land is spending a few days here Jack Harford, son Darrel and Mrs. Grace Harford motored to The Dalles Sunday morning where they spent tbae day visiting Mrs. Jack Harfor(t-and daughter in a hospital there. Mrs. Merle Anderson left Friday afternoon for Portland where she visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Salling. Mrs. Hillis is a former resident of Arlington. ILL WITH COLA) Mrs. Belle Wade has b('en ill this week with a severe col3. American Legion Auxiliary card will spend several days visiting, party Monday, January 9.--Adv. Miss Geraldine Sweeten left Sat- nrday evening for Portland where I she will spend several days visit-t " ing with relatives. Mrs. Robert Ulrich returned to I her home in Arlington Saturday morning from Salem and Portland where she had spent the past few days. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Culver are the parents of an eight-pound son,, I born S'unday afternoon at a Dalles I hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Alec Curry, Alec Curry Jr., and Donald Smith of daughter spent the week end at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mabe. Miss Maxine Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Smith, return- ed to The Dalles Thursday of last week to resume her work and studies at The Dalles hospital after spending two weeks at home over the holidays with her parents. Harry Peoples, who left during the summer for Prinevllle where he had employment, returned for work Wednesday of last week. E. F. Martin spent the week end in The Dalles with Mrs. Martin who was in a hospital there but was able to be released and is now staying at a private home. G. O. Hayes, who spent the past ten days in Portland, returned to Ktnzua Monday evening to resume his duties at the office. Albert King, barber, spent the' Jesse Vaughan's pastime chang- ed hands January 1, Smith Daugh- erty of Prairie City being the new manager. A surprise farewell party vas held at the Robinson home Frtda: evening honoring Miss Della, Rob, inson who will leave Wednesday for Stlverton where she is employ- ed as librarian. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hile, who spent the holidays here at the Earl Cannon and Glen Cress homes, re- tfirned Tuesday to their home at Redmond. Bob Wright, who has been ill the past two weeks, is reported to be improving. Visitors Monday at the Wright home were Mrs. J. W. Dyer of Mayville and Mrs. Ed Born of! Condon. The .bridge crew arrived here from John Day Friday. They will week end in Portland. other elected and appointive offic- ers installed were: Ira D. Gray, worthy patron; Florence Clark, as- sociate matron; Nesbttt Byars, as- sociate patron; Alma Douglass, secretary; Beulah Hulden, treasur- er; Jean Van Winkle, conductress; Mildred Marshall, associate con- ductress; Ethel Salling, chaplain;j Louise McClaskey, marshal; Min-I hie Byars, organiu;, Esther Ows- ley, Adah; Carrie Burnham, Ruth; Mary Holland, Esther; Lillian Shane, Martha; Beatrice Scoggins, Electra; Cord Van Winkle, war- der; and Sophia Montague, sentin- el. A past matron's pin was pre- sented to Mrs. Vida Gray by her worthy patron, Ira D. Gray. Miss Alma Bowman, newly-installed worthy matron, was presented with a bird drill by her new offic- ers and a canary. Mrs. Gray Pre- sented her worthy patron, Ira D. Gray, with a pin. All the officers were presented with corsages from RINK HALL- CON.DON Saturday, January 7 MUS It BY KANOUSE rebuild the Muleshoe and Alder Mr. and Mrs. John Blake spent creek bridges, the chapter. A regular meeting of Jasmine Ladies 25c, Gentlemen 40c Monday at the homo of Mr. and SlTBSTANTIAIJ USE OF' AAA chapter, O. E. S., was held Mondayl Creek.Mrs" Walter Blevens near Service PROGRAMS SHOWN IN OREGON evening in the Masonic hall with 0RRIN FURLONG - Manager Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis visit- A year-end checkup on various  ...... .....  " ,, features of the AAA program in " ed friends over the week end at g Boardma and Hermiston. Oregon applying to wheat has Mr and Mrs Lyle Ostrander' shownacOmparativelylargepartt" PLENTY OF CONVENIENCE OUTLETS are the narents" of a son -h,-,-, [cipation in the loan and insurance VCednesday.- December 28, at alPrgrams.. , and a .red ction, of fall Dalles hospital They have nam, t seeue(l acreage Per next year's I him Garry Lyie. He is the firs 'crp, reports N. C. Donaldson, make your em'c iIAz LIl, appliances SO much easier to use. r child and weighed seven and one- state executive at Oregon State col- 1 third pounds. . I leg e. [ :' The final estimate on wheat Mrs. Lillian Searcy and son and I ........ ] Electric appliances are so easy to use if _ . ,, l/l/. Mrs. Albert High of Condon were roans snows apprommatezy  I dinner -uests at Mr and M million bushels on which loans you can always use them when and where ] \\;  //I/_ ] Grocer Iorris' Sunday" re. [were taken. All of this wheat t you wan to. So decide now to get full [ '" 1 I // ] .... " was grown in counties east of the pleasure and satisfaction from your electric ] "" l, I') | fi// ! __Mr. and rs: win. Auman spent Cascades, as a partial crop failure the weel ena in Tne tmnes, in western Ore on las e re-' equipment. Have =ore convenience outlets I  .'T" I "/- l Mrs. C. F. Mullinex of Omak, suited in ample gloca, Ykt for[ . |nstalled. :Call i, .. e'ectrical contractor I  I", I l washington, arrived in Kinzua all of the production in that area, l  today. You will find that convenience out- ]  =b ] | 51".." Monday where she will keep house_ according to Edgar Ludwig, stat [ ,.. lets can be easily, q.ickly, cheaply installed. ] _ ( ---  l ':.'More outlets will enable youto use your I " i;;_-] I electric appliances more frequently than [  ]/.)' ] "' before. Yet--even if yOU use them every ]   I I W ,FEE D ill ' day--your electric service bill will still b, e , , ] ' small. For Pacific Power & Light Company, [ / . _l,--'4-'. 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