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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1932.
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T. J. Humphreys la slowly con
valescing from his recent Illness
and now gets up town occasionally.
Recovering from the flu is natural
ly a slow process, and when this is
followed by an attack of sciatic
rheumatism, the road back to nor
mal health is made much Blower.
and this latter trouble has been
keeping Mr. Humphreys confined at
home for the past ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Schaeffer left
for their home at Freezeout yester
day after spending most of the win
ter in Heppner while Mr. Schaeffer
underwent treatment for a frac
tured kneecap sustained in an ac
cident three months ago. The in-
Jury has healed quite well and tho
Mr. Schaeffer's leg is still somewhat
stifF he has very good use of it.
Adolph Hayden of Stanfield, son-
in-law of s. F. Devin of this city,
is contined in a hospital at Portland
where he recently underwent an
operation for ruptured appendix.
Relatives here are informed that it
will be necessary for Mr. Hayden
to remain in the hospital for some
four or six weeks longer while he
is making recovery.
AFTER TOMORROW, with
Chas. Farrell, at the Star Sunday
Local Masons going to Arlington
Tuesday evening to attend a Geo,
Washington program given by the
Arlington lodge were Frank Gil
liam, John Her, W. E. Pruyn, Leon
ard Gilliam, Earl Gilliam, C. J. D
Bauman, R. C. Wightman, Harry
JJuncan, Paul M. Gemmell, Law
rence Beach and Spencer Crawford.
The April meeting of the Wom
en's Foreign Missionary society of
the Methodist church will be held
next Tuesday, April 19, at 2:15 p.
m., at the home of Mrs. L. W.
Briggs on Center street. All women
interested are invited. Mrs. W. T.
Campbell, Mrs. John Wightman and
Mrs. Glen White are hostesses.
C. J. D. Bauman and R. C. Wight
man returned Tuesday evening
from Salem where they had attend
ed the meeting of the grand chap
ter of Royal Arch Masons of Ore
gon. They were accompanied by
Mrs. Helen Christenson who visited
with relatives in Portland.
Mrs. S. P. Devin went to Pendle
ton Wednesday afternoon to visit
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Clouston, and make the acquaint
ance of the new granddaughter, a
recent arrival at the Clouston home.
Mrs. Devin expects to remain in
Pendleton for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fergu
son motored to Joseph Tuesday, re
turning Wednesday accompanied
by Mrs. Everett Hayes and chil
dren Leland and Mildred who will
visit for a time at the home of Mrs.
Hayes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vaw
Billy Garrett is one of the pion
eers among the traveling gentry,
having made this territory for some
30-odd years for Portland whole
sale firms. He now makes his ter
ritory by automobile, In which he
came to town last evening.
Chas. Peterson, representing a
leading typewriter manufacturer,
was looking after the interests of
his customers in this city Wednes
day. He makes regular visits here
from the Portland office.
' Laxton McMurray, leading farm
er of lone was in this city for a
short time today. He was also a
visitor here Wednesday while at
tending a tax meeting at the court
Marquis Greenwalt, who recently
purchased the lone Viewpoint from
Raymond Crowder, was a visitor In
this city for a short time today
while looking after affairs of bus
iness. Guy Huston, Eight Mile wheat
raiser, was in the city Tuesday for
a short time. Warmer weather
conditions out his way are having
a beneficial effect on growing grain.
To 'whom it may concern; Notice
is hereby given that I will not be
responsible for bills contracted by
anyone other than myself. Mrs.
Rebecca Penland Baldwin. 6-7
James Hart, former Morrow
county resident and one-time pro
prietor of Hotel Heppner, was vis
iting friends and relatives in the
city this week from Portland.
A large number of members of
Maple Circle, Neighbors of Wood
craft, expect to motor to Condon
for a Joint meeting with the circle
Mr. and Mrs. Joel R. Benton and
son Ralph visited Pendleton Mon
day, spending a few hours In that
city while looking after some bus
C. B. Oral, district sealer of
weights and measures, and Mrs.
Oral, spent several days In the city
this week while Mr. Oral was on
Mrs. George Stephens and Miss
Luolle Hall of Arlington were call
ed to Heppner this week by the
serious Illness of their mother, Mrs.
Daisy Hall. .
John Hynd and son Jack of Ce
cil and Will Hynd of Sand Hollow,
of the firm of Hynd Bros Co,, were
transacting business In the city
Henry F, Blahm came down from
his home at Walla Walla on Tues
day and has been spending a day
or two here while looking after
Miss Leta Humphreys returned
to Southern California this week
and after closing up her affairs
there will return to Heppner to remain.
I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Piercev and
I family visited friends In the city
over Sunday, coming up from their
nome at ine uaues.
For Sale 6 -room house with
nearly acre of ground, handv eel
lar and garage; easy terms. Box
oo, fieppner. tf.
Wanted: To lease summer range
ror sneep or to take band for sum
mer. C. O. Dinius, Ritter, Ore. 5-6
Algott Lundell was transacting
ousiness in the city yesterday from
me iarm nome south of lone.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Peterson of
the lone section were Tuesday vis
itors in Heppner.
Mr. and Mrs. Eb Hughes of Lena
were shopping in town for a short
Those wishing work done at the
cemetery see Emmit Ayers, sexton,
phone 1212. 5-8
Tom O'Brien, Butter creek sheep
man, was in the county seat Tues
MRS. ELLA FARRENS.
Most of the twnsneonlA wpr
present at the Droeram and dinner
held at the schoolhouse Friday,
April 8. Over one hundred and
fifty trees were planted on the
school erounds in memorv of the
tne birth or our nation s first pres
The program included the Minuet
by girls of the upper grade room;
skit entitled "Memories" by the
lower grades; play, "Our First
Flag": Betsy Ross, Lily Johnson;
Martha Washington,. Loes Adams:
George Washington, Elmer Steers;
Hamilton, Delvin McDaniel; Cap
tain, Claud Hastings; General
Green, Roland Farrens; Flag Drill
by the upper grade girls; an ad
dress on Washington by Mr. Smith
the reading of the prize winning
essay on "Washington's Balance of
Character," by Pearl Leathers; res-
ltations by Maxine McDaniel. Jean
Leathers, Charles Johnson, Alene
Inskeep, Nona Inskeep, Lewis Mac-
Donald and Elmer Steers.
The stockholders of the Rock
Creek Telephone company held
their annual meeting last week. Out
of town people attending were Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Hams, Lotus Robi
son, Mr. and Mrs. L, J. Burnside.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Buck Ad
ams at a bountiful Sunday dinner
were Mr. and Mrs. Lew Knighten,
Miss Mae Doherty, Lewis Batty,
Clarence McKitrick, Mr. and Mrs.
Ted Burnside, Mrs. Fred Ashbaugh.
Jim, Marvin and Leslie Brannon
were out of town visitors here Sun
Miss Marjorie Montaomerv. Bill
Johnson, MY. and Mrs. Neal Knigh
ten were a party of picnickers
Journeying to Rock creek Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Richards and
son Glen and daughter Marjorie ar
rived here from Winniwick, Wash.,
the first of last week to take Mr.
and Mrs. Sam McDaniel Jr. home
with them to be with a relative
who is seriously ill.
Glenn Farrens is reported to be
ill again, suffering another attack
Mrs. Blaine Chapel departed for
La Grande last week where she
will enter the eastern Oregon nor
Mrs. Lorena Isom, Clarence How
ell were Lexington people visiting
A number of people have been
busy repairing the telephone line
in accordance with the agreement
made at the last telephone meet
ing. Emery Moore of Heppner spent
most of last week at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Leathers.
Mrs. John Cason accompanied
Miss Catherine Peterson out on her
last weekly visit, spending a short
while at the home of Mrs. Walter
Miss Mildred Farrens and Wal
ter Wright were callers In town
Bill Greener was In from his
mountain ranch Sunday.
Mrs. Frank McDaniel, Lois Ste
vens accompanied Mr. and Mrs. El
mer Musgrave to the Musgrave
place near lone Sunday.
Mr. Smith brought out the rab
bits to the members of the "Four
Legged Chicken" club Friday.
They are registered chinchilla rab
bits. The girls of the cookery club
gave several successful demonstra
tions of their work at the school
house last Friday.
E. H. Ebsen and family visited
with friends in Stanfield and Echo
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Saling were
shopping and transacting business
In Pendleton Wednesday.
John Curran and his sister, Mrs.
Rose Sanborn of Butter creek were
visiting at the Frank Kilkenny
home last week.
George Bleakman of Heppner
spoke to the school children on
road construction and tire preven
tion Thursday afternoon.
Miss Rosella Doherty was in
Heppner shopping Saturday.
John Curran and Mrs. Frank Kil
kenny were business visitors In
Art McAtee and Henry Cohn of
Heppner were at the Frank 1K1
kenny ranch Sunday.
Miss Gertrude TIchenor and Bill
Gelger drove to Pendleton Wednes
day. They had lunch there and
then went on to Walla Walla, re
turning the same evening.
Misses Camilla Kilkenny, Reltha
Howard and Dorothy Doherty spent
Friday afternoon horseback riding
In Sand Hollow.
Word has been received from Eu
gene that Kenneth Gelger Is im
proving slightly. He had just had
a blood test Kenneth has been
seriously ill for sixteen weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shearer came
out Friday to the home of Mr. and
Mrs. C. Melville. They have been
at Heppner since Sunday.
Miss Gertrude TIchenor was a
visitor at the Alpine school Friday
Mrs. Bert Senter and Bert Mi
chel were shopping and transact
ing business in Heppner Saturday
afternoon. Mrs. Senter in in r.
turn to her home in Portland soon.
Bert Senter and a friend from
from Portland motored up to spend
a short time with relatives here.
Mrs. John Moore and Russell
were at the Bert Michel home Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lindsay were
i f enaieton on business last week.
E. H. Ebsen and Dale Bundy were
t the Kilkennv ranch Thiirsrfav.
Paul Conrad and Dan T.lnHnnv
motored to Lexington Friday for
jonnnie Kilkenny, who has been
1 Hintnn rrepk rAtumnH lunf
week to his home In Sand Wnllnw
some baby chicks which were a
present from J. B. Lindsav of La
RudolDh Klineer was in Pendle
Miss Doris Klineer visits at the
&irawoerry school Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan T.inHonv anA
family SDent Sundav at the home
oi jar. ana Mrs. t. juorehead.
Mr. and Mrs. W. .1. MrXlnlH
Wednesday and Thursday at the
oen micnei nome.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank our friends
and neighbors for their kindness
and asistance during the illness and
death of our husband, father and
brother, also for the beautiful floral
Mrs. Albert Petteys and Family,
Gilbert Petteys, G. A. Petteys,
Mrs. Olive Engelman, Mrs. Mil
lie Newton, Mrs. Katie Swan
son, Mrs. Ruth Cossman, Mrs.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to sincerely thank all
the kind friends and neighbors who
assisted us at the time of our re
cent bereavement, and for their
kind expressions 6f sympathy.
Mrs. S. W. Floreon and Marylou.
CARD OP THANKS.
We wish to thank our friends and
the Red Cross for the help and
kindness during our daughter's Ill
ness and death.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ball
The Star's feature picture for
Sunday and Monday Is AFTER TO
MORROW, with Chas. Farrell in
the leading role.
Big Club Day Held.
Last Friday, April 8, was a big
day for the 4-H clubs at Hardman.
Since it was Arbor day in Eastern
Oregon it was fitting that the Hard-
man Foresters should plant their
trees. Mr. Smith brought out sev
eral varieties and the morning was
spent in planting more than two
hundred of them on the school
grounds. If they thrive as they
should the children In the future
are likely to become lost while play
ing. The fence was repaired and a
stile built at the entrance to the
grounds. The community was in
vited and many took part in the
activities during the day. Mr.
Smith brought out the "Four Leg
ged Chicken Club's" rabbits which
they had on exhibition. Lowell
Ashbaugh also had his hutch on
exhibition. The rest of the mem
bers had theirs completed and
ready for their rabbits.
A most bounteous dinner was
served at noon. "Hard times" were
not in evidence as the community
sat down to eat
A program dedicating the plant
ing of the trees In honor of George
Washington began about 2:30. It
consisted of plays, recitations, an
essay on Washington, a flag drill,
the dancing of the minuet and a
very interesting talk by Mr. Smith.
Following the program, demon
strations were given by the "Come
into the Kitchen club. Neva
Bleakman set the breakfast table,
Dolly Farrens set the dinner table,
are now easier to buyl They give you more
save you more, at the new low price.
The Store of Personal Service
Love Johnson showed how to serve
hot rolls and coffee; Arleta Ash
baflgh and Delcie Bleakman made
popovers; Lois Ashbaugn and Nellis
Bleakman baked custard; Charlotte
Adams and Lily Johnson made
French toast and Murl Farrens and
Lois Stevens Showed how to slice
bread. The cookery girls sold can
dy which they had made.. They
now have two dollars in the club
Several pictures were taken, two
while planting the trees, one of the
Hardman Foresters, their leader
and Mr. Smith, one of the Four
Legged Chicken club, their leader
and Mr. Smith, and one of the
Come Into the Kitchen club and
Eight Mile Club Meets.
The Eight Mile Poultry club held
their first meeting and organized
March 27. The meeting was held
at the home of Mrs. Floyd Worden,
their leader. Myrtle Green presid
ed over the meeting until the new
president was elected. The officers
and members for this year are:
president, Jean Adkins; vice presi
dent and yell leader, Nola Keithley;
secretary, Myrtle Green; reporter.
Nola Keithley. Gordon Akers, Joe
Stevens ana Wilber Worden are
other members. Joe Stevens did
not attend the meeting. Hazel Ad
kins was a visitor. After the meet
ing they had an Easter egg hunt
Gordon Akers found the most eggs.
When all of the eggs were found
they played Chinese tag and jump
ed rope for a while. Mrs. Worden
made some delicious taffy and they
had a taffy pull. Everyone enjoyed
the meeting immensely. Several of
the members were caught in a
thunder storm before they reached
home. Next meeting will be held
April 10, at the home of their lead
Strawberry Health Club.
Final "reports have been turned
in by the members of the club but
at the last meeting it was decided
to continue the meetings until the
close of school. A club picnic was
decided upon. The clubbers prom
ised to see to it that plenty of
healthful food Is prepared. Edna
and Mae Rauch were asked by the
president to bring materials to our
next meeting from which they will
prepare and pack a healthful school
lunch. Doris and Kenneth Klinger
were asked to assemble and pre
sent information on the "whyfor"
in the choice of foods for the school
lunch basket After the regular
meeting, demonstrations and songs
the meeting was adjourned, follow
ing the lusty yells of Strawberry's
deep-lunged health clubbers.
Bim! Bam! Bah!
Drink a glass of milk
Through a big long straw!
Edna Rauch, Reporter.
Each member of the Wee Six
Cooks club brought to school last
Friday, three cookies to be tested
and approved by the leader. Miss
Doherty provided a jar of home
canned peaches which made a de
licious combination with the cook
ies. The club members practiced
their yells for the next meeting.
The group cards have been prac
tically all turned in to the leader.
Busy Bee Sewing Club and Golden
West Cookery Club.
Thursday, April 7, all members as
follows, Howard Griffin, Maxine
Howard, Clayton Wright, Anice
Lieuallen, Don Allstott, Joan
Wright, Joe Stephens, Dorrls All
stott, Almon Lieuallen, Edna Ste
phens, Velma Huston and Mrs. Ste
phens, club leaders, were present
at the meeting which was held at
the Golden West school house. The
sewing club meeting was opened
by President Dorris Allstott. All
of the children sang the opening
song, "Oh Me, Oh My." The club
discussed the colors which will be
green and white and the flower
chosen was the sweet pea. Don All
stott was appointed yell leader. Ed
na Stephens and Dorris Allstott an
swered the roll cal by giving a dem
onstration on how to hemstitch pil
low cases, which wasn't very well
done so they plan to do better at
the next meeting. Dorris Allstott,
Edna Stephens, Don Allstott and
Joe Stephens all filled out a card.
A meeting will be held at the Rhea
Creek Grange hall in about two
weeks so that Beth Wright can at
tend. Miss Wright Isn't doing any
of her work until school Is out.
Before the meeting adjourned the
members sang their new closing
song, Our Club. The cooking
club was opened by Anice Lieual
len acting as president The chil
dren all joined in the opening song,
"Club Work." The colors for the
club will be green and white also,
for their kitchen has green window
curtains and is painted in a light
tan and cream. The flower chosen
for the club is the white daisy.
The children are going to plant
their club Dower at the school some
time this week. They will be fur
nished to the school by Mrs. R. E.
Allstott. Don Allstott Almon Lieu
allen, Howard Griffin, Joe Stephens
and Clayton Wright all brought
cookies which proved to be very
good, although some were baked a
little too long. They were judged
by Mrs. Stephens, Miss Huston.
Joan Wright, Dorris Allstott, Anice
Lieuallen, Edna Stephens and Max
ine Howard. The way the judging
was arranged is as follows: 1st,
Clayton Wright; 2nd, Howard Grif
fin; 3rd, Joe Stephens; 4th, Don All
stott, and 5th, Almon Lieuallen.
Edna Stephens was asked to tell
how milk is certified, Don Allstott
how milk is pasteurized, Joan
Wright how to keep milk clean, Joe
Stephens to define vitamins, Dorris
Allstott how to make and bake a
custard, and Anice Lieuallen 3 rea
sons why we should use milk. At
this meeting some of the children
brought good egg recipes. Howard
Griffin, Clayton Wright, Almon
Lieuallen and Don Allstott all for
got to bring their recipes. All the
members are making a recipe book
which will be due April 21. Miss
Huston had some of the children
fill out their cards. Dorris Allstott,
Joan Wright and Edna Stephens
have filled out five cards, Anice
lieuallen, Howard Griffin, Don All
stott and Joe Stephens four card,
Maxine Woward, Clayton Wrieht
and Almon Lieuallen three cards.
Board man Sheep Club Meets.
The Boardman 4-H SheeD club
had their second meeting at the
Glen Machan place at 2 p. m. Sun
day, April 3. Mr. Christensen gave
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