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Page 2 CONDON Arlington Girl to I Ray Johnson, who has been Tea" . AI *]I [confined in a hospital in The eI a[ v ]Dalle for abJut two weeks was [reported improel in health the By Velma Richmc0ad [first of the veek and it ,was be- FIiRRY C&NYO Jll 16--itleved he wo,ld be distained ,by Miss Maysel Igan of Arlington[the end of the week. Before be- hs aeepted the contract co teach ] ing admitted to the hospital, Mr. in the Alvllle school this fall. [ Johnson had been in Hermlston ___  taking medical treatments there, don were visiting here this week Mr. and Mrs. Sid Seals and chll- l at the Earl Butler home. dren Virginia and Sidney, Jr., IWhent Harve,t Mrs. George Webb and children went to Alderdale, Washingbo, [ ...... " ....... were Tuesday visitors with Mrs. Sunday. They visited there at]lT.1.._ ..... . IU[ ..... :l| Vinnio Alford. the lome of Mrs. Scale's mother,]UllUu|'Wdy dt fflUy1flU Mrs. George Schomp of John Mrs. Hale. They also visited withl  - .. .. -- Day is visiting this week at the M,r. and Mrs. Leo Hansen, sister  ty te4ie teys Robert Schomp he*me. Mrs. E. G. and brother-in-law of Mrs. Scale  MAYVIL,LE, July 16----Chester Scheiber and so,n Lowell of Elder- GLOBE-TIMES, CONDON, ORGEON July the Glen Magee home. Mrs. ton's plate the state name and lAT IAVESTOCK SAL Schieffer and Mr. Magee are sister year date will be above the figuresl Mr. and Mrs. Fred and brother, while Oregon's will carry this in-twent to Portland Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rhorback formation below. In addition, the I former with Olin Reset and on BQ,bbY of Kinzua were Washington plates all bear an[ped a carload of cattle t S@turday and Sunday visitors at alphabetical prefix to the hum-land the Greiners mad0 the Pbrt Sckop home. eralz, this prefix belng in bold to attend the Mrs. Grace Brown and dughter type, and tle Washington plates Shirley Ann of Osborne, Washing- are larger than Oregon's. [ Looking foe bar ton, and Mrs. Lola Nets'on of Con- People who have seen sam.pies ] the want ads on page of Oregon's 1941 plates are un- animous in pronouncing it a dis- and her niece and nephew, Elaine i and Billie Coleman, all of Baker, Oregon. I Mis' Frances Ellsworth visited Tednesday and Thursday with  Mrs. James Cameron. ! Mr. and Mrs. Chester Burres,] Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Burros and children Lewis, Jr., and Barbara Ann were week end guests at the l Gus Burros hone here. They left Sunday evening for their homes in Portland. Mrs. Gladys Moulten and son Billie of Tillamook and Miss Anna Flood of Westport were guests at the Richmond home Wednesday and Thursday. The latter taught tn the Richmond district about ten years ago. She no teaches the third grade in Tfllamook. The Snappy Happy Cooks 1not mt Joy Richmond's home " on Thureday fternoon. All offices and members of the club were present as well a severtl Is4tors t a social-hour. Joy and Malne Kennedy gave a demonstration on the method of prelmrin and serv- ing deviled eggs. Jack tthmau Ive an intereattng talk bout the 4H summer school he atended at orvalll. The next meeting of the club will be at the home of Jack and Mary Ann Cushman. Mrs. Walter Farrar is doing the cooking for the harvest rew at the Ralph Potter ranch. Miss Donalda Maley is aying t Mrs. Ardath Moore's home in tendon, taking care of the latters four children while she i cooking Zor the harest crew at the F. D. Potter ranch in Ajax. A group of young folks of the r. O. A. are planning an outing at uttle lake on next Sunday. tinct improvement over anything used in the past. National Farm Loan Assn. VICTOR G. PETERSON, Sec.-Treas. Serviced through The Dalles, Q,a.jt CO--ION LOWEI lIMIT ON BIG GAME Acting |n the Interest of con- servation of big !ane the 0ron State Game Coon has, tot the first time, reduced the black- tail deer bag limit to t single back with forked horns or better. Pxv- tously hunters were permitted wo bucks. The commission declined to authorize another open eson on anterless deer or does. either in Grant county or in Klamath and Lake counties. Commisaloa- er George K. Aiken alone voted another doe season in (rant coun- ty as provided in 1939 legislative action. A total of 2,000 tge for c elk and 1,500 tags for antelo@e will be issued. ow elk may .be tken only in a certain portion @f the ara open ,to bull elk hutlng. No formal application for big game will be required. Those desiring tags should snd in their names and addresses, the kind .and number of their hunting lic- ense, together with check or money order. IT a number ex- ceeding the quotas st is received in the office of the Game commies- ion by August 1, a drawing will be conducted. Otherwise the ap- lleants vtll be taken care of in the order in which applications are received. Tags once Issued cannot be transferred. Hunting seasons ordered by the commission follow: China preasants---Eaetern Ore- m pen except Wheeler, Jeffer- son and Lake counties (eloed all year by legislative enactment). Open Pheasant season October 15 to 31 inclusive, except in Melheu.r and Harney counties. Malheur ounty on October 15 to Nov, ember 15 inclusive; Haxney county open only on October 19, 20, 2, 26, 27, and 30. The deer season et by legisla- tive enactment, remains unchang- ed from S'eptember 20 to October 25, inclusive, except that most of the reserves have been thrown open to hunting. These are the Canyon Creek, Mule Deer, Myrtle Creek, Mou*nt Emily, Ochoco, Steen's Mountain, and Warner (outside of limits of federal re- serve) Reserves. Canyon Creek will be reserved for bow and arrow hunters for the first two weeks of the hunting season. FROM PORTLAND Miss Astrid Bergdahl of Port-] land was a week end guest ln[ Condom She was emplyed at] the SCS office two years ago. Dyer, Robert Schomp, L o y d Smith, George W'ebb and Earl Butler started combining their wheat crops this week. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Smith and son Jack were bu'siness visibors in The Dallos Saturday. Claude England motored to Ar- lington Sunday to meet his wife. She returned home from a week's visi in .Po,rtland. Mrs. Belle Keys was a Sunday dinner guest at the Jay Wright home. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Alford and on Ronnie were Condon visitors Sunday. A son was born Saturday morn- ing to Mr. and Mrs. Don Wilson at their farm home on Thirtymile. He has been named F.,dwln Allen. Mrs.-Darrell Baker of Prineville was a Thursday visitor a.t the Glen Magee home. Mrs. Winnie Alford and dattg- .tars and Charlotte Wie were [Wednesday vizitor$ at the W. E.  Smith homo. ado, California, are also there. The three women are sisters,. Mrs. Ear] Butler, Mrs. Lola Nel- son and Mrs. Grace Bowen were visiting in Fossil Tuesday at the Vernon Miller home. Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Maley of Condon were Wednesday visito,s at the Jay Wright home. NEW LICENSES ?,IE .A2rRACTIVE Oregon motorists will receive [a license plate in 1941 that is i entirely different in appearance ,from any plate used in the pat. The figures on the plates are a new design that is both pleasing :and more legible, new style letter- ing is used for the word "Oregon", which is placed between the "19" :and the "41" at the bottom v'the .Plate. The colors, as p revtouzly announced, will be a dark green background with white numerals and figures. While these colors are the same as on the Washlngtou plate, tt is thottght that they will nt lead to Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Schleffer, the Mtehtest conftmlon, as the daughter $mne and Son Larry of leharact  on the two plates are ttgne were week end visitors at entirely different. On Washing- Ore., group--Office 212 U. S. Nat'l Bank Bldg. 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month at D. N. Mackay's office, Condon, Ore. JAMIESON & MARSHALL Plumbers HAlL AND GRAIN INSURANCE Grain & Wool Storage Custom TRIANGLE CHICK FEEDS Condon Warehouse James Walker - - Wheat LET ME EXPLAIN: 1,, .. we make it fresh ]leculd h the mint peridmble of all om- *modlds. Wnen you mm ca lamp or appfin generators must be ready to mrs out electricity /or you. It can't be stored.., electridty must be madc fred 2. turbines keep spinning "But whether you use electrldty or nor, w mnttnue to sl mrbla, mm planm mug M kept tomiag over 24 hours a day. 3, small system handicapped "A small power system, Serving oe !cdi, ually an operate at capadty only few house a day. It must be ready to serve everyone, doesn't have enough diversified hom, tur or iadum 7 to bring up iu sales aver lvt if it purchases its power, a  yst t uneconomical, for it must onrac the y amtmd to buy enough electricity to cat peak load on the busiest day of the year. 4, why P. 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