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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 11, 1930.
(Cootinaed from First Fil
Mr. Ida Cochran, of Portland were
seen on our streets one day last
Harlan McCurdy motored to Ba
ker Sunday to look after his sheep
that are on range near there. He
was accompanied by Mrs. E. J.
Bristow who went to visit her son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Ledbetter, wifa and son, of
Hood River visited one day last
week with Sam's brother, Hazel
Ledbetter, on Willow creek.
Ernest Heliker, county commis
sioner, was taken suddenly ill the
first of last week. He was hurried
to Heppner for treatment and on
Wednesday evening was taken to
Portland by Dr. Finnel a friend of
the family who resides in Portland.
Frank Mason who is a senior this
year at Willamette university spent
part of his vacation with his fath
er on the Rhea creek ranch.
The old dray team, Sibyl and Cap:
will be missed on our streets. For
17 years they have been on the job.
Last spring Cap reached the stage
where he was no longer able to
work and he was shipped to Port
land. A short time ago Mr. Troge
let a friend of his in the valley
have Sibyl and she was moved
to her new home by truck. She was
foaled May 17, 1909, on the ranch
now owned by Harold Rankin, thus
she has reached the ripe old age of
21 years. Her life has not been
without thrills. When she was mak
ing her recent motor trip to the
valley she met with a painful acci
dent She was being moved with
a strange horse and in making a
sharp turn the stranger jostled her,
One word led to another until
fight ensued, the side of the rack
was torn out and lady Sibyl was
thrown to the highway. All this
happened near Willows. Sibyl re
fused to arise and the wrecker was
called from Arlington to move her.
She was taken to Arlington and the
next day continued her journey to
her new home little the worse for
her accident. The old team while
working faithfully in our town has
been owned by the following men
Frank Akers, Linn and Griffith,
Charley Gray, Mr. McCormick, Paul
Lovell and Ted Troge.
Mrs. Henry Clark and Valjean
returned last Friday to the home
In lone. For the past two months
Mrs. Clark has been cooking for a
crew of law abiding citizens in the
"Outlaw Camp," the Walter Riet-
mann ranch. On Tuesday Lowell
Clark finished hauling wheat for
Art Turner and Walt Rietmann. He
handled over 8000 sacks and drove
the truck 4000 miles. Henry Clark
is still employed on the Rietmann
COMING TO STATE
Oregon next year will entertain
the agricultural writers and editors
from all of the country's land grant
colleges, as the result of selection
of Oregon State college as the con
vention place in 1931. The conven
tion that just closed at Washington,
D. C, elected Charles D. Byrne,
head of the industrial journalism
department at O. S. C, national sec
The exhibit of agriclutural news
service material and college bul
letins sent to the convention by the
state college won many high hon
ors, the display as a whole ranking
second only to Cornell. First place
was won on the best single publicity
project, which dealt with the recent
campaign in support of Oregon's
Rev. B. Stanley Moore, mission
ary-in-charge. Holy communion at
8. Morning prayer and sermon at
11. This is Homecoming Sunday.
The rector would like to see every
body out to church. Sunday school
at 9:45. It is Rally Day for the
church school. Be in your class and
on time this first Sunday of this
church school year and bring a
friend with you. Young Peoples
Fellowship in the rectory at 6 o'
clock. "Be not anxious." Matt 6:34.
Lost, a police puppie, "Buck,"
Sept 6. Dark on back and weighs
about 65 lbs. Wears leather collar
about 2 in. wide, circled with brass
studs, a 1-2 in. black ring attached
with two copper hand rivets. Find
er please report to this office and
receive substantial reward.
O. E. S. OPENS SEASON.
The first regular meeting for the
fall season of Ruth chapter No. 32,
Order of Eastern Star, will be held
Friday evening at Masonic temple.
A full attendance of members is
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breaking the horse's right foreleg
and breaking Frank's shoulder
blade. The horse, a young cremo
line stallion belonging to B. F.
Swaggart, was doctored and an at
tempt will be made to save his life
that he may be used for breeding
purposes. Frank Is recovering from
Several fine cremolines from tne
Swaggart stables were on exhibition
two of these being ridden by
Aimee" Bergevin. Beauty Boy, one
of the prize animals, is valued so
highly by Mr. Swaggart that it is
reported he recently refused an of
fer of $1000 for him. One of the
horses was the leader of the string
trained by Christiansen and taken
east by him. This horse was the
one which followed Bergevin about
Queen Arleta Introduced.
Side attractions at the show,
aside from exhibition riding of
bucking horses by Nora Wells and
Aimee Roper, were furnished by
home talent. Friday a bunch of
Lions staged an Indian attack.
Paul Gemmell and W. R. Poulson
were made up as man and wife of
the early pioneer days, driving a
rambleshack one-horse cart which
was attacked by Frank Turner, F.
B. Nickerson, Russell Pratt, Jap
Crawford and Rube Graves, made
up as Indians and riding horseback.
Onez Parker did the clowning Sat
urday, evoking many laughs from
the stands. Les Matlock got calls
for a re-ride when he was dumped
by a mule while several of the boys
found the going rather rough on the
rear of a trick saddle horse.
Queen Arleta, Miss Arleta Far-
rens of lone, with her attendants
Miss Mae Gentry of Lexington and
Miss Mary Monahan of Heppner
was seen near the head of the par
ades Friday and Saturday morn
ings, and was introduced at the
arena Saturday afternoon. Preced
ing Queen Arleta in the parade
were queens of former years, Miss
Inez Hayes and Miss Reita Neel.
Heppner post American Legion fur
nished the colors heading the par
ade, and carried by Jas. Cash and
Loyal Parker, legionnaires. Pres
ident C. W. McNamer, with other
officials of the Rodeo association,
was seen in the forefront. Members
of the Irrigon Club band lent much
color in their uniforms of orange
capes and white trousers. Partici
pants in the rodeo made up the
bulk of the parade, with an elabor
ate float prepared by and carrying
members of the Lions club, adding
no little color. Little Miss Dorothy
Wilson sat in the flower adorned
throne of honor, driving a life size
papier mache lion with blue and
yellow ribbons. Inside the float was
a group of Lions, who sang as the
parade moved, accompanied by Mrs.
W. R. Poulson at the piano.
Irrigon Band Helps.
Comic features were added to the
parade. Friday C. L. Sweek. Lions
president was induced to ride a
burro in front of the float F. B.
Nickerson. made up as a clown, led
a small pup with a large rope.
Earl Thomson and Joe Swindig
presented Amost n' Andy in their
open air taxicab. Paul Gemmell
and W. R. Poulson exhibited their
part of the act used in the Indian
attack at the grounds Friday. Jim
mie Monahan rode a young steer,
saddled and bridled, accompanied
by Lloyd Matteson on a burro. The
parades received compliments on
every hand as being the best in
The Irrigon Club band was' on
hand the last two days, and their
good music added much life to the
Dancing was the popular enter
tainment in the evenings, with Pats
Six Aces of The Dalles furnishing
music at the open air pavilion. Hil-
debrand United shows had a num
ber of rides which proved popular
with the kiddies, ana their shows
and concessions drew many pa
trons. Rooms and eating accom
modations were sufficiently supplied
at no advance In rates in most in
stances, and throughout the comfort
of visitors was well taken care of,
The entire celebration was order
ly, with little evidence of intoxica
tion,, and officers report, few cases
where too much enthusiasm had to
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR MORROW
Juanita Bellemin, Plaintiff,
Frank J. Bellemin. Defendant.
TO FlfANK J. BELLEMIN Defendant.
IN THE NAME OF HIS STATE UF
OREGON: You are hereby required to
appear and answer the complaint filed
against you in the above entitled suit
within Four weeks from the date of
first publication of this summons, and
if you fail so to answer, for want there
of the plaintiff wilt apply to the Court
ror tne renei prayea lor in her com
For a decree granting to her an abso
lute divorce from you and further
awarding to the plaintiff the care and
custody of Alvin James Bellemin. the
son of plaintiff and defendant and
For such other and further relief as
to the Court may seem equitable.
This summons is published by order
of the Honorable R. L. Benge, County
Judge of Morrow County, State of Ore
gon, dated September Tenth 1930.
which order provided that this sum
mong be published once each week for
the period of Four weeks In the Hepp
ner Gazette Times, a newspaper of
general circulation printed and publish
ed at Heppner, Oregon.
Date of first publication September
C. L. SWEEK.
26-30 Attorney for the Plaintiff.
Address: Heppner. Oregon,
M. D. Clark : Hiatt & Dix
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Walter Bonifer on Julius Meier 1st
Kenneth Depew on Black Bottom and
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Gerald Swaggart 2nd.
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MORROW COUNTY DERBY
$75 $40 and $20
W. M. McPherson 1st, Arden Gilliland
2nd, Gerald Swaggart 3rd.
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Last day Kenneth Depew and John
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O v.. S. SOCIAL CLUB.
The O. E. S. Social club will meet
Saturday, September 27, at Masonic
hoii with Mn. C. W. McNamer and
Mrs. Bert Mason, hostesses. Large
attendance desired. Mrs. w. uor
HEfiRFK OF HONOR NOTICE.
The Carnation club of the Degree
of Honor meets at the home of
un ncnrirn Aiken. Wednesday,
September 17, at 3 o'clock. All
members are urged to be present,
Clara Beamer, secretary.
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