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Page 8 CONDON GLOBE-TIMES, CONDON, OREGON. t rl(lay, Jammry 6, Lonerock Juvenile Grange Has Installation By Lovena Palmer LONEROCK, Jan. 6---A large crowd attended the installation of the Juvenile grange members Fri- day evening. The installing of- ricer was Nick Kramer, assisted by Marion Matthews. Velma and Violet Andrews, Billie Jean Hud- dleston, Ruby Matthews and Jack Andrews took part in the tableau two sons of Heppner visited Mr. Tucker's sister, Mrs. Alfred Cal- dera, over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Tucker and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Caldera and five children, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Harrison and throe daughters spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Myers. New Year's dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs. Roy Orwick's were Mrs. Emily Elser, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Huddleston, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Eskelson and daughter Zelma, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl McDanlels. "At the Cross." "Whispering Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rogers and Hope" was sung by Violet Andrews[ Lloyd returned Tuesday from a and Marion Matthews. Earl An- [week's visit in the Willametto val- drews received from Mr. Kramer]ley with relatives and friends. a five pound box of candy for lLloy d visited Miss Bessie Huddles- having received the most 100's in t ton In Portland, pelling this school semester at" Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Potter the close of the installation. The visited Mr. Potter's grandparents Y'oung people enjoyed a party after wards and a banquet prepared by Mrs. Palmer, Mrs. Davis and Mr. Kramer. Others attended the H. E. card party. The series closed with high- ost honors going to Ray Orwick, Cora Matthews, second to Bob Rogers and Marie Mikkalo, third to Emmett Davis and Margaret Wick. Prizes for Friday's party went to Miss Olive Bartrum and James Matthews. The party this week will be the beginning of an eight weeks' series. A crowd of younger and older people enjoyed'a watch party at the grange hall Saturday night. Musical games and dances were participated in by all to the music furnished by John Madden and Mrs..Ed Case. At midnight the bell rang wtzile the happy group sang "Auld Lang Syne." Mr. Kramer, the grange lectur- er, has an entertaining program planned for the lecturer's hour at 1:30 p. m. Sunday. You are most cordially invited to attend. John Wood of Arlington was a guest at Mr. and Mrs. :John Mad- den's Friday. Win. Huddleston took his son Tom to Condon Wednesday for medical attention. Guests at Mrs. Cora Matthews' for New Year's dinner were Bob Rogers and sister Lois, H E. Dav- is and Mathlon Hicks. Mr. and Mrs. Carl McDaniels, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Huddleston Mr. and Mrs. Earl Eskelson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Orwick, James Mat- thews and d McNut attended the dance at Hardman Saturday. Mr. McNut remained for a wsit with his nonce, Mrs. Oren McDaniels. Mrs. James Matthews is ill with a severe cold Lnis week and is un- able to be up. Word has been received by Mr. and Mrs. George Mct, aughlin that their son Clarno is inprovillg sat- tst'actorily from his recent major operation. Mr. and Mrs. George Flchter and little adopted daughter Diana Marie, returned Sunday from a holiday visit with relatives and friends in Portland. Joe Hayes returned Saturday from Walla Walla where he had spent the holidays with hmis neice Mrs. H. S. Perry and family. M. ft. Wightman, Donald Weed and Win. F. Marshall were din- ner guests at Mr. and Mrs. Camp- bell's Saturday. Mrs. Spalding is improving some what from a severe illness. Mrs. NoaI is assisting in her care. Mrs. C. D. Robinson is also improving. Myrno Madden and Miss Olive Burtrum returned to Corvallis Tuesday atter spending heir va- cation with Mr. and Mrs. John Madden. Mrs. Dora Ranus entertained a New Year's dinner, Mr. and Mrs, Ed Case, Mr. and Mrs., John Mad- den, George Madden, Myrno Mad- den, Olive Burtrum, Wm. Rob- inson and Albert Wilkinson. Mrs. James Morgan and two children Joan and Tom visited Mrs. Delbert WMker Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl McDaniels spent .Christmas with Mrs. Mc Dantels parents, Mr, and Mrs. George Smith at Monument. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Neal and Tommy spent New Year's at Mrs. Spalding's. C. W. Maidment and Lyle were at Gondon Monday. Mr. Maid- ment returned Tuesday accompan- ied by Leonard Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. John Mallou and family were guests Sunday at the Charles MaliGn home. Mabel and Marjorie returned home with them, Marjorie continuing on to Pendleton where she is attending school. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Tucker and at Oswego and Mrs. Potter's sis- ters at Kelso during the holidays. J. E. Davis and James Matthews members of the school board, vis- ited school Tuesday morning. Frank Anderson was a business visitor at the George McLaugblin ranch Tuesday. |L Crop Values Drop; Production Satishctoryj.,, Agricultural production for Ore -t gon was quite satisfactory in 1938 though yields in the different dis- tricts varied much more than usual due to spotted climatic con- ditions, statistics from the Bureau of Argtcultural Economics show. East of the Cascades both tem- perature and rainfall were gener- ally favorable, with the result that yields for the most part were above average. West of the Cas- cades, where drought conditions prevailed and temperatures were abnormally high during certain periods of the growing season, field and truck crop yields were generally below average. Fruit lroductlon this year was good to excellent throughout the state. Ad- verse weather conditions during the 1938 growing season in west- , ern' Oregon were chiefly respon- sible for a slight decline, compared with the previous year, in the total ' production of vegetable crops for fresh market and manufacturing , purposes. From a farm value standpoint, the 1938 season was less favorable than 1937. Preliminary reports indicate that the combined 1938 farm value of the principal fruit; field and truck crops is $55,536.- 000. a drop of 16 per cent com- pared with the 1937 estimated value of $65,817,000 The decline in Oregon farm value was mainly caused by un- favorable marketing situation brought about by .very large crops produced throughout the United States. Another factor affecting farm value was tie lower produc- tion of several crops in western Oregon which was caused by drought conditions. The farm value of the principal field crops in Oregon is estimated at $39,651,- 000. which is a decline of 19 per cent from the 1937 farm value of $48,$37,000. The value of fruil FOR ALL MAKES For economical and ef- ficient operation of your car let us thoroughly service it for winter weather with SHELL OIL PRODUCTS Mercer-Ashenfelter SHEI,L AGENTS t( (,)ndon Phone 392 *crops was only slightly below those a year ago $12,187,000 compar- ed with $12,633,000 in 1(.)37. The principal truck crops were esti- mated to have a total value of $3,698,000 which is a decline of 15 per cent from $4,347,000, the farm value in 1937. Oregon Crop Smnmary Harvested Acreage 1937 1938 Field ,Crops..2,695,000 2,788,000 Truck Crops 40,700 38,650 Estimated farm value of production 1937 1938 Fruit ...... $12,633,000 $12,187,000 Field ...... 48,837,000 39,651,000 Truck .... 4,347,000 3,698,000 Total .... $65,817",000 $55,536,000 Note: The farm value data con- tained in this repdrt are prelim- inary and subject to revision. Past reports of a similar nature have required very few changes in pro- duction or value items. CITY HALL CICK TO BE REPAIRED THIS WEEK Before the end of this week. the large clock on the front of the new city building may again be marking off the minutes and the hours. This Information was conveyed to D. N. Mackay, retiring mayor, last week end in a letter from H. J. Sargent of the International I Business Mat..hins Corporation I day, reported ttle attending from which the clock was pur- i clan. Mrs. Greiner chased. A new met;hanism has diphtheria early in December been obtained from the factory, he is now over the disease. stated, wlHch should remedy the I trouble which has been occurred ] CAILD OF THANKS continually since the timepiecel was installed. Perry Jones of the I We wish to express our company is to be in Condon this I thanks to the many friends neighbors who so kindly week to instalI the part and put! us during our recent the clock in working condition, the death of our husband father, and for the floral QUARANTINE LIFTFJ) and other tokens of The Dick Greiner family we, re MRS. STELLA released from quarantine Wednes- AND FAMILY Frequent changes of oil in motor are necessary in driving to assure smooth a ning engine. T Ri00T'O N A Union 0fl Product and notice the saving you --less frequent changes. Union Oil Compan MAURICE GOODWIN, Agent Condon . Phone Take Advantage of Our ....... Friend- Making Offer- THE NEVi S. TEL.EGRAM Popular Dally AND Condon Globe-Times ]Jver. Week $4.60 BOTH BY MAIL Take Advantage of This Money-Saying Offer TODAY! Here's the Coupon! Mail or Bring It to Our Office Todayi Gentlemen: Yes, snd me both papers for one year by mail! inclosed find $ ................ NAME "'''' .... '''*''' ..... 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