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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1933.
Thursday of last week T. I
Quinn, who has employment under
the comptroller of the currency in
the receiver's office in the bank at
Heppner, came to Prineville . to
spend the week end with his family,
He was accompanied by Mrs. R. B
Ferguson and daughter, Mary Lou,
and William Schwarz, of Heppner,
who spent the week end at the
home of Mr. Mnd are. L. R,
Schwarz. They returned to Hepp
ner Monday morning, accompanied
by Mrs. Schdarz who is visiting
there this week. Mrs. Ferguson is
a sister of Mrs. Schwarz and Wil
Ham Schwarz 4s a brother of L.
R. Scahwarz. Central Oregonian.
George J. Currin, Morrow county
pioneer now located at Gresham,
and son, Hugh Currin, of Pilot
Rock were in the city the first of
the week on business, and enjoying
a visit with Heppner friends. Be
sides operating large farm holding.
on Hinton creek for many years.
Mr. Currin the elder is a former
county commissioner and was gen
erally prominent in publlo affairs.
Charles Alllnger visited in the
city for a short while Monday morn
ing, coming up from the lone home,
Mr. Alllnger and daughter, Miss
Lillie Alllnger, are again at lone af
ter being at the bedside of Mrs. Al
linger at Hood River for several
months. Mrs. Allinger passed away
. at the Hood River hospital last
Wednesday and funeral services
were held there Friday.
Vawter Parker, senior law stu
dent at University of Oregon, ar
rived at the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Parker, Friday
night to spend the spring vacation
period. He accmpanied a couple
of fellow Btudenta from Ontario
who drove on through to their
home. The spring recess will end
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Turner, Mr.
and Mra J. O. Turner, Mr. and Mrs.
Eph Eskelson, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. S. E.
Notson attended a reception at the
home of Mrs. Elsie M. Beach at
Lexington Tuesday evening, given
in honor of her son, Lawrence, and
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cason were in
Heppner Saturday evening for a
visit with relatives and friends,
driving over from their home near
Walla Walla, where they are locat
ed on a tract of land which they
took possesion of a little more than
a month ago.
E. D. Hallock, former assistant
cashier of Farmers 4 Stockgrow
ers National bank now employed
with the regional Reconstruction
Finance corporation and located at
Shanlko, enjoyed a short visit with
Heppner friends Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hayden of
Stanfield and Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Clouston of Pendleton visited with
relatives and friends here Sunday,
coming over more especially to see
their new nephew, born last week
to Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Devin.
Mr, and Mrs. Walter La Duaire
of La Grande visited over the week
end with Heppner relatives and
friends, being guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Turner, par
ents of Mrs. La Duaire.
John Harbke, erstwhile president
of Wells Springs Gas & Oil com
pany and large Morrow county
landholder, was in the city on bus
iness the first of the week from his
home at Llye, Wash.
Theodore Thomson, son of Mrs.
A. Q. Thomson, and Gordon Buclc
num, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Buck
num, arrived home Friday from La
Grande normal school to spend the
Attending the funeral services
held for Mrs. Charles Allinger at
Hood River Saturday were Mr. and
Mrs. W. T. Campbell, S. E. Notson
and L. W. Briggs of Heppner.
Bert Johnson of olne was In the
city Tuesday to attend a meeting of
the Morrow County Mortgage Ad
justment committee. He took time
off from plowing operations.
Mr. and Mrs. Clay Clark came up
from their home at Dufur the end
of the week for a visit at the home
of Mrs. Clarks' parents, Mr. and
Mrs. James Farley.
DR. J. P. STEWART. EYE
SIGHT SPECIALIST of Pendleton,
wUl be at the Heppner Hotel Wed
nesday, March 29th. Hours 10 a.
m. to 5:30 p. m.
John Kilkenny, Jr., city attorney
of Pendleton and son of John, Sr.,
of this county, was In the city on
Tuesday attending to legal matters.
Clarence Scrlvner departed yes
terday for The Dalles to accept a
ob offered him there. He expect
ed the work to be permanent
Charles McBlllgott, extensive
wheat raiser of the lone section,
was transacting business In the
E. Jay Merrill, prominent Hard
man citizen, transacted business in
the city for a time Saturday.
Mrs. Ernest Cannon of Hardman
was In the city Monday morning
Rhea Creek Grange.
By VELMA HUSTON
Lawrence Becket, who was re-
ported so critically ill last week, is
much improved at this time.
Miss Margaret Becket who had
been visiting her grandparents, Mr,
and Mra J. W. Becket In Portland,
was called home last week on ac
count of the serious Illness of her
Mrs. O. E. Wrlgtit was taken
from her home on Rhea creek to
the Heppner hospital last Wednes
day. Reports from there are that
she is gradually Improving.
Maurice Edinundson was quite ill
at his home last week suffering
from the after effects of having a
Many people around this vicinity
are suffering from colds. However,
people little, old and young are suf
fering from a serious malady pe
culiar to folks this time of year
and commonly known as "spring fe
ver" in these parts. One hears talk
of garden seed, little chickens, tur
keys, etc., all such things loudly
proclaiming that at last spring has
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Miller of
Heppner were Sunday guests of
Mr. and! Mrs. Charley Huston at
their home in Eight Mile.
The regular meeting of. the H. E.
club will be held this Thursday,
March 23, at the hall. The ladies
plan to make new curtains for the
hall, getting it in readiness to en
There will be a dance at Rhea
Creek Grange hall Saturday, March
25, with the Cecil Orchestra furnish
ing the music.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Buschke were
the recipients of some very useful
as well as ornamental gifts at their
party given by the Grange last Sat
MRS. ELLA FAHBEN3.
The wienie roast given by the
dramatic club at the high school
last Friday evening was a decided
success. There was an ample sup
ply of wienies, buns, cake, coffee
and oranges. About eighty people
were present. Games were enjoy
ed until a late hour, following the
About fifteen people from this
community enjoyed the smoker in
Heppner Friday night
John Hasting spent Sunday with
home folks from the Anson Wright
ranch where he is working.
Forest Adams made a business
trip to the Kelly place Saturday.
Mrs. Lorena Isom and Lewis Mar-
quardt of Lexington were visiting
friends and relatives here Sunday.
Dolly Farrens was a week-end
guest of her aunt Mrs. Delsie Cha
pel In Rood canyon. They spent
Saturday visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Swift at their Heppner flat
ranch and shopping in Heppner.
Frances Inskeep was a week-end
visitor of Edna Stephens at the let
ter's home on McKinney creek.
Mrs. Ada Cannon and children
were out from the Burton valley
district Monday attending to mat
ters of business.
Mr. and Mrs. Perl Howell have
moved their household goods to the
Burton valley district where Mrs.
Howell will teach the ensuing term
of school beginning March 20.
Mrs. Lotus Robison and son
Richard have moved to their home
ranch In Burton valley where Rich
ard will complete his term of
school. They spent the winter
months at the hotel building here.
By OLETA NEILL
Miss Ethel Thompson of Eugene
visited Mis Lila Bartholomew a
few days. Miss Thompson came
Saturday and returned to her home
Those from Pine City attending
the dance at Smithurst's Saturday
evening were Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Omohundro and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Michel and daughters,
Margaret and Reitha Howard,
Misses Lila Bartholomew and Ethel
Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Burl Wat-
tenburger, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Wlglesworth, Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Moore and family, Dick Carlson,
Fred Rauch and Jasper Myers.
Pat Farley and son Peter of
Boardman visited at the John Healy
Mrs. Ollle Nelll and Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Bartholomew were visitors in
Miss Neva Neill is helping Mrs.
Walter Wiggles-worth a. few days
while Gene Wigglesworth Is 111 with
a bad cold.
Roy Nelll and daughter Alma
were business visitors in Heppner
Church was held Sunday evening
In the Pine City auditorium. About
40 were present
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Cox and
daughters of Hermiston visited Mrs.
Cox's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E.
Joe Kenny moved the last of his
sheep from the Ollle Neill place on
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wattenburger
were in Hermlaton and Echo Mon
day on business.
Miss Rose Liebbrand went to
Stanfield Monday evening to prac
tice with the string quartet at the
Mrs. C. H. Bartholomew visited
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Bagan In Stanfield Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Propst of Hermis
ton visited at the W. D. Nelll home
A group of people met at the base
ball diamond Sunday for practice.
Some of Pine City's young peo.
pie are planning a very Interesting
skit to be given at the Farm Bu
reau meeting the first Saturday of
next month. They are working
quite hard on It and hope it will
prove to be entertaining.
J. T. Ayers visited his daughter,
Mrs. Roy Coxen of Hermiston, who
Is 111 In the hospital in Pendleton,
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Nelll were In
Echo Wednesday on business.
The Misses Lila Bartholomew and
Ethel Thompson visited in Pendle
ton Wednesday evening.
Baby chicks: Leghorns, Reds,
Rocka High quality at low prices.
All parent stock 100 blood tested.
Hen and turkey eggs custom hatch
ed. "Vlgorbllt" Hatchery, Hermis
ton, Ore. 62-3
Local ads Ip the Oasetts Times
Edited by the Journalism Class of Heppner High School
Editor Alice Bleakman
Assistant Editor Edmund Gonty
Reporters: Marvel Jones, Beth
Wright, Miriam Moyer, Mary
Driscoll, Esther Adams, Roy
Gentry, Anson Rugg, Kathleen
Say! How about a few spring
resolutions? Some of the students
have the habit of being tardy at
anything they are told to do, wheth
er lesson asignments, student func
tions, or being late In the morning
for school. The student that re
ceives the highest grades, as a gen
eral rule, is not more capable than
another but he has the habit of
handing in assignments when they
are due and of being punctual at all
So let's make a new resolution
that we will be on time at anything
required of us and start the spring
off as a real success. -
Pendleton Tournament Returns
The financial returns from the
basketball tournament held at Pen
dleton, March 10th and 11th, have
just been - received. After all ex
penses were deducted the balance
was divided equally among the
eight teams. Heppner's share was
tS6.il. The team's expenses amount
ed to $7.88. The balance of $28.59,
which was placed in the school
treasury, was enthusiastically wel
comed. It is being used to pay
debts accumulated during the
Home Economics Club News
The regular business meeting of
the Heppner Home Economics club
was held Tuesday at 3:30. Plans
were made for a candy sale to be
held Friday noon.
Miss Palmiter presented the Cer
tificate of Membership which re
cently arrived from the national of
fice. This certificate shows that
the Heppner club is an affiliated
member of the National Home Ec
onomics association. Charter mem
bers of the local club are to be pre
sented with individual membership
Friday noon the Home Economics
club gave a very successful candy
sale. The members of the club met
at the school Thursday night to
make the candy.
The club was entertained Satur
day afternoon at her home. The
afternoon was spent working jig
saw puzzles and playing demon.
High score for the afternoon was
received by Esther Adams who was
given a prize. Refreshments were
The Benzine Rlnp- nrenpntari a
chemistry program to the high
scnooi assemmy last naay. The
introduction speech was given by
Ted McMurdo. nresentinp the oluh
mascot, Oswald, a skull. An experi
ment was next presented by June
Anderson and Edmond. Gonty to
show the power of a vacuum. Two
hemispheres were placed together
ana me air pumped out. It was ex
plained that bv steadv nulling- these
could not be pulled apart by two
people but they can be jerked apart
Francis Nickerson and Anson Rugg
were asked to come up On the stage
ana pun mem apart. They sat on
chairs, braced their knees together
and pulled, but they both jumped
up. The chairs were wired up and
gave a "neat little shock."
Edmond then started an ammo
nia fountain and explained its ac
tion. The next thing Ted intro
duced the "air cannon," saying it
was invented by the Benzine Ring
and it would put out fires or shoot
matches. It is about two feet long,
resembling a megaphone with a
rubber diaphram on the large end
Katherine McLauglin lit a series of
candles which Ted extinguished
with the "gun." They also shot
matches with it but this wasn t so
successful. Last but not least was
a solution of ferrous sulphide pre
pared by Edmond. This was piped
to the gun and "shot" out in the
audience. School was immediately
dismissed. Ferrous sulphide has a
very disagreeable odor.
Posters Announce Band Concert
Girls of the band have been busy
for the past two days making pos
tens to advertise the band concert
March 31st These posters with
gaily colored drum majors on them
are to be sent to other nearby
towns and also distributed to the
local stores who will display them.
Boys' Gym Club Reorganized
The high school gym students
up to the senior class have been
divided into ten basketball teams.
There will be a tournament in the
near future to decide the winner.
This plan Is to encourage basketball
for next year. The teams are to be
coached by the following high
school squad of this year: Roy Gen
try, Joe Green, Floyd Jones, Jim
mie Furlong, Herman Green, Billy
Becket, Harold Ayers, Cleo Hlatt,
and Tom Hottman.
Farris Prock, who was recently
operated on for appendicitis, is get
Lora Gilman and Ralph Forgey
have quit school.
Did Tou Ever See
Raymond Drake waiting for Irene
Frank Anderson talking very con
fidentially to Beth Wright?
Anson Rugg with new trousers
Billy Thomson arguing over his
Marvin Morgan and Matt Kenny
Lydia Ulrlch and Claire Phelan
Anybody on roller skates?
Edmond Gonty"s new shoes?
Rachael's new yellow dress?
Virginia Dix and Adele Nicker
son wandering in the halls?
The first grade is studying about
a circus, and have made a very at
tractive sand table appropriate for
At their Red Cross meeting last
Tuesday the third grade made some
jigsaw puzzles and will send them
to some public institution, proba
bly for old people.
The third grade is taking a jour
ney through Arithmetic land, and
they are getting their tickets
stamped for it the multiplication
tables up to the 9's. -
The fifth grade has made some
very nice posters, dealing with the
visitors in Heppner last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Ayers and
son of Heppner spent Sunday in
Boardman, visiting Wm. Ayers and
Mrs. McConkey and family.
The Boardman Athletic club will
give a dance Saturday evening,
March 25, in the gymnasium for
the benefit of the baseball team.
FOR MARCH TERM
County Court met in regular ses
sion March 1, 1933, with all officers
present when the following pro
ceedings were had:
The hearing on road resolutions
was set for May 3, 1933.
Neil Knighten was leased certain
lands hear Hardman on a one
fourth rental subject to sale and
right of way.
Surveyor's reports read and road
ordered closed in the petitions of
C. B. Cox and Frank S. Parker and
Max Crandall was allowed the
work of auditing the county rec
ords for 1932.
The sum of $3200 was ordered
transferred from the General Fund
to the Bond Interest Fund and
same to be repaid as funds are
The following claims were allow
ed and warrants ordered drawn In
J. F. Gorham, Poor $
A farewell surprise party was
given for Mr. and Mrs. Wes Botte
miller at their home at Castle Rock
Friday evening by members of the
ladies bridge club. Those present
were Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gorham,
Mr. and Mra Bryce Dillabough, Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Brown, Mr. and Mrs.
Royal Rands, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Lilly, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Blayden, Mrs. Nick Fa-
ler, Mrs. T. E. Hendricks, Mra Al
bln Sundsten, Mra Harnden, Jesse
Styles and Mr. and Mrs. Bottemil-
ler. Honors were accorded Mrs.
Brown, Mrs. Faler, Fred Blayden
and Mrs. Lilly.
Election of officers was held at
the Ladies Aid missionary meeting
last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. L.
V. Root was reelected president
Mrs. Eva Warner was elected vice-
president and Mra Guy Barlow vice
retary and treasurer. A display of
many beautiful quilts was shown,
the oldest one being over a hun
dred years old.
Mr. and Mra J. A. Cox and family
of Pasco spent the week end in
Mrs. Jesse Styles visited last week
in La Grande.
Mrs. A. E. Porter spent several
days last week with her daughter,
Mrs. H. B. Say in Portland. Mrs.
Say recently returned from a trip
to the Orient
Mrs. Shell has returned to Board-
man and will make her home here
In her house in town. Early last
fall Mrs. Shell fell and broke both
arms and since then has been living
with her niece, Mrs. McFarland, at
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Griffin and
family who have been living in Mrs.
Shell's house in town are moving
this week to the Jess Lower ranch
which they have rented.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Strobel and
family have moved onto the Har
vey Huff place.
Mrs. H. E. Walte is visiting rela
tives In Portland this week.
The Parent-Teachers association
will hold its regular meeting In the
school auditorium Friday evening,
Baseball practice started Sunday
afternoon with a large turnout
Archie Bechdolt of Hardman vis
ited here for a short time last week
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
W. Bechdolt, when on his way to
Mrs. Gladys, Fortler and Norma
Gibbons of La Grande are spending
the week at the Frank Cramer
A large crowd attended the Sun
day school party ' given in the
church last Thursday evening.
IWes Bottemiller of Castle Rock,
Jack Rainvllle, Messner, and Mr.
Bartlemay of Coyote were among
the thirty-five section foremen of
the O.-W. R, & N. to be .laid off
last week. Mr. and Mra Bottemil
ler and family moved to Arlington
the first of the week where Mr.
Bottemiller will be employed on the
Norma Gibbons, Mrs. Gladys For
tler, Mrs. Frank Cramer, Mrs.
Floyd Surface and Mra E. D. Cra
mer were Heppner visitors Satur
day. Charlie Veisey of the Western
Union crew was an overnight visit
or at the J. R. Johnson home last
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rainvllle and
sons moved to Cayuse the first of
the week where Mr. Rainvllle will
be employed on the section. Jim
Bradburn of Portland will take Mr.
Rainville's place as section foreman
Miss Helen Mead spent the week
end at Union with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Lee Mead.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Cooney, ac
companied by Mra Emmet Cooney
of Umatilla, spent last Sunday in
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Miller of
Umatilla, Mrs. Eva Warner and
Mrs. Chas. Goodwin were business
Immediate solace, however,
comes In limited degree to
those who choose the most
capable and kindly assist
ance. The burden of details
is lightened, the incident wor
ry Is lessened, when you em
ploy only those who use the
very latest developments In
the science of funeral art, as
well as the most up-to-date
Trained Lady Assistant
Licensed Funeral Director
Phone 1S32 .
M. L. Case, Court House
Pac. Tel. Co., Cur. Ex.
Floyd Ward, Poor
S. E. Notson, Ct. Hse.
O. B. Hottman, et al, Insane
H. S. Taylor Payroll, Ful
ler A. J. Chaffee Payroll, Roads
M. V. Nolan, General
H. Tamiblyn Payroll, Roads
Gene Gray Payroll, No. 24
O. C. Luttrell Payroll, Blk-
G. H. Hayden Payroll, Ful
A. D. McMurdo, Physician
Emily Peck, Pension
Amy Collins, Pension
Izora Vance, Pension
Anna Slanger, Pension
Alma Hake, Pension
Nora Moore, Pension
Bessie Smith, Pension
Nora Wilson, Pension
Ada Cason, Pension
Iva Hiatt Poor
Nels Magnuson, Poor
Anne Christopherson, Poor
O. C. Stevens, Market
H. Tamblyn, Roads
Bert Bleakman, No. 22
Jim Stout, General .
A. J. Chaffee, General
Union Oil Co., General
P. G. Balsiger, General
Standard Oil Co., General -R.
J. Strasser, General
P. A. Mollahan, General
F. Shively, General
Peoples Hdw. Co., General
C. A. Kane, General
S. J. Frank, General .
F. W. Turner, General
J. S. Baldwin, General
A. R. Reid, General
Vaughn & Goodman, Gen.
Elmer Hunt, General
Floyd Ward, General
E. L. Groshens, Dog
E. N. Gonty, Poor
Hiatt & Dix, Jail
Heppner Market Jail
Patterson & Son, Poor
Pac. Power Co., Ct Hse.
J. O. Peterson, Ct Hse.
J. K. Gill, Supt
West Coast Co., Office
Gazette Times, Office and
J. M. Spencer, Watermaster
A. D. McMurdo, Poor-Insane
City of Heppner, Poor- Gen.
T. K. Johnson, Poor
C. W. Swanson, Poor
Hughes & Hughes, Poor
C. B. Oral, Sealer
A. J. Knoblock, Rodent
Dick Howard, Poor
Geo. N. Peck, Co. Ct
F. S. Parker, Co. Ct
Irrigon Garage, Poor
C. W. Swanson, Poor
G. W. Zerr, Ct Hse.
City of Heppner, Ct Hse.-
A. D. McMurdo, Poor
L. E. Morgan, Cur. Ex.
C. J. D Bauman, Sheriff
Mrs. Alva oJnes and Mrs. J. D.
Cash were hostesses at the meet
ing of the American Legion Auxil
iary at the home of Mrs. Cash on
Tuesday evennig. Fifteen members
were present and plans were start
ed for the annual spring dance to
be held in the Elks temple April
22. Delicious refreshments were
served. The next unit meeting
will be at the home of Mra Harry
The Degree of Honor lodge will
give a dance in I. O. O. F. hall Tues
day, March 28. Admission 10c.
AT THE ELKS HALL
SAT., APR. I
Elks, Ladies and Friends
45c - 30c
ON OREGON FARMS
Disease Control Undertaken
Clatskanle An abortion control
program in this section of Colum
bia county has been started by ths
dairymen with the cooperation of
County Agent George Nelson.
Dairymen report severe losses from
this disease, not enly in loss of
calves but reduced production, so a
hearty response was had to a pro
posal to carry through a testing
program this year. The work will
probably extend through the May
gar, Quincy and Marshland dis
trict Alfalfa Fertilizers Tried
Redmond An elaborate series of
alfalfa fertilizer tests has been ar
ranged for this season on the E. L.
Davis farm where a new alfalfa
tract has been divided into .8 acre
plots for the test One plot will be
given sulfur at the rate of 60
pounds an acre. Another will get
landplaster at 100 pounds per acre
in the spring. A third will receive
an application of landplaster in the
spring and an equal amount be
fore the second cutting, while a
fourth will get super phosphate at
the rate of 100 pounds an acre. An
unfertilized check plot will be kept
County Agent Gus Hagglund is as
sisting in the test
Strawberry Nursery Planned
Oregon City A strawberery nur
sery will be started on the farm of
Emmett Nordlund this year as a
part of the agricultural program
of the Olney grange of which Nord
lund is a member. By having one
place in that community where test
work with many varieties can be
carried on, more new sorts may be
obtained through the county agent
and the state experiment station
for observation under local condi
tions than if many were trying to
carry out a lot of scattered indi
vidual tests, growers here believe.
NOW IN SEASON
Served Here Fresh
If your appetite de
thing tasty some
EAT SHELL FISH
For a good meal any
time go to
ED CHENN, Prop.
PEB 100 LBS.
Try this choice quality,
vacuum-packed coffee ac
a very low price. You will
like its delightful flavor
and smooth mellowness. Lb
extra large 30
Per 25-lb. Box
J Pockoge 26c
2s ST" CANNED GOODS
Her is your chance to stock up.
CORN NO. 2 TINS
tomatoes Per Case
Eastern white or yellow
PER 9-LB. SACK
Finest quality bulk.
2 FULL POUNDS
ri D Wt do not carry cheap qual-
r L W J t icy (lour; just the best
MAC MARK PRIMROSE
49-LB. BAG .. 98c 49-LB. BAG .. 95c
est e ouus, always Deal.
PER QT. BOTTLE
Per Tin Per Case
Oregon full cream loaf cheese.
PRICES EFFECTIVE FRL, SAT., MON., MARCH 24, 25, 27, Inclusive