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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNEK, OREGON, THURSDAY, JAN. 25, 1934.
THE HEPPNER GAZETTE.
Established March 30. 1883;
THE HEPPNER TIMES.
Established November 18. 1897;
CONSOLIDATED FEBRUARY 15. 1912.
Published every Thursday morning by
VAWTEB and SPENCER CBAWTOKD
and entered at the Poet Office ft Hepp
ner, Oregon, as second-class ' r.tter.
ADVEBTISIir BATES GIVEN ON
Official Paper for Morrow County
NOW FOB A pussywillow.
WHEN news is short, the weather
is always good for a story.
That's an old newspaper axiom
based upon the fact that nothing
else so affects human existence. Of
couse extremes of weather which
bring floods, tornadoes, drouth and
the like, are always big news, and
unusual weather comes in for more
than ordinary notice. The weather
is with us always, and seldom is it
universally popular. Either it is
too hot or too cold, or too wet on
But when Morrow county is treat
ed to balmy spring zephyrs and co-
pious April showers in the middle
of January, all complaint vanishes.
There is some wonderment as to
what the future will bring, but cer
tainly no objection is presented to
the bright aspect of Mother .Nature
here at the present time. Grass,
flowers, trees, shrubs in many in
stances are reported to be grow
ing in a manner comparable to that
usually displayed in April. The
wheat crop is making good prog'
ress and there is a noted relief
from the usual fuel requirements
for this time of year. In fact Na
ture is extremely kind.
For those with an eye to the beau
ties of Nature, along the banks of
the creeks near town may be found
pussywillows budding forth. They
have already been discovered by
admiring ladies and children, who
have them on display in homes, add
ing a touch of delicacy the like of
which is not quite given by any
other flower, plant, tree or shrub,
Various flowers are being picked
from gardens, many of them pre-
mature arrivals who are welcomed
as beaming strangers into a lone
There is stimulus for the poet in
the present aspect, so much of Na
ture reflecting considerateness, gen
tleness, kindness and all those
things that add to happy, temper
ate living. But the weather is
fickle. A wintry blast might quick
ly chill the warmth of the open vio
let, or cause the pussywillows to
wrap snugly in their shells.
We have unusually mild weather
today. Tomorrow it may be ca
pricious, even violent. But the
weather is ever new, hence Is
Senator Sam Brown of Marion
county, first to announce his candi
dacy for governor, flays wealthy
men who get into office through the
use of big "slush funds." The shaft
is obviously aimed at Governor
Meier who had no more enthusiastic
support than this same Sam Brown
in 1930 when the incident referred
to occurred. If Senator Brown ex
pects to be credited with sincerity
in his present attitude he will make
it clear to the voters just when it
first occurred to him that this sort
of thing was wrong and how close
ly that date coincided with his own
initial urge to run for governor.
By OLETA NEILL
The sophomore class gave Miss
Frankie Neal, one of their number,
a farewell party and surprise hand
kerchief shower Friday night at
the auditorium. Frankie left Pine
City and enrolled in the Hermiston
high school. Games were the order
of the evening. Also Murry Potts
presented Mr. and Mrs. Smith with
a gift from the high school. Dur
ing the course of the evening
"mock wedding" was presented,
Those taking part were: minister,
L. D. Vinson; bride, Ima June Bug,
Lenna Neill; groom, Horace S,
Neck, Iris Omohundro; bride's maid,
Marie Healy: best man, Frankie
Neal; mother, Bernice Neill; father,
Murry Potts; ring bearer, Delbert
Vinson; train bearer, Darrel Vinson,
Immediately after the ceremony the
crowd charivaried them and were
treated to popcorn balls. Delicious
refreshments of sandwiches, pickles,
cake and Jello with whipped cream,
were Berved at midnight
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ayers and
family, who have been living on J,
T. Ayers' place, have rented and
moved onto the Mrs. Ollie Neill
place this last week.
Toney Vey was a business visitor
in Heppner Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Omohundro
were visitors at the Roy Omohun
dro place Saturday. Frankie Neal
returned to Hermiston with them
where she will attend school.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Neill and the
Misses Marian Henderson and Ce
celia Brennon were in Hermiston
Saturday. The Misses Henderson
and Brennon remained in Hermis-
to until Sunday.
Guv Moore and Junior Watten
burger have the measles, neither
case belnir severe.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ayers have
rented the T. J. Ayers place and
are movinr onto It this week.
Fred Rauch is driving the school
bus up Big Butter creek for C. H.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Neill and
daughters and the Misses Audrey
and Naomi Moore of Pendleton
were Sunday visitors at the V. D.
Neill, C. H. Bartholomew and J. S.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Omohundro
and family visited at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Bil Smithurst on
Mr. and Mrs. Milton L. Smith and
Mrs. E. B. Wattenburger were Echo
Mrs. Ollie Neill, Mr. and Mrs. C.
H. Ayers and daughter Juanita and
Miss Marie Conser were in Hermis
ton Saturday on business. Miss
Conser met her mother. Mrs. Roy
Conser, and aunt, Mrs. J. J. Chis-
holm, there and returned to their
home In Walla Walla with them.
John Healy made a business trip
to La Grande Saturday.
Mrs. Peter Carlson called on Mrs.
A. E. Wattenburger Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Rothwell
and family from Donald, Wash.,
were week-end visitors at the J. S.
Ol Justus moved a band of sheep
onto the J. T. Ayers ranch last
Roy Neill was a business visitor
in Heppner Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Omohundro
and son Raymond were in Pendle
Those from Pine City attending
the dance given by the Pleasant
Point grange at Currin's Saturday
night were Mr. and Mrs. John
Healy and family, Mr. and Mrs. T.
. O'Brien and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Omohundro and family and
Fred Bartholomew and son Bud
dy of Estacada spent Monday night
at the C. H. Bartholomew home.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lee and
daughter Evelyn were in Hermis
ton Saturday on business.
Mrs. Ollie Neill, Mrs. E. B. Wat
tenburger and daughter Lucille and
son Junior and Miss Marie Conser
called on Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wat
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Finch at
tended the grange meeting at Pleas
ant Point Friday night.
Burl Wattenburger, Earle Wat
tenburger, Lowell Young and Dick
Carlson attended the smoker in
Echo Monday night.
Mrs. George Conrad, age 60, pass
ed away Thursday morning at her
home on Butter creek. She was
taken to her former home, Flora,
Saturday for burial.
Published by the Journalism Class
of HEPPNER HIGH SCHOOL
Editor Bill Schware
Sports Cleo Hiatt
Class News Ilene Kilkenny
Reporters: Louis Gilliam, Chester
Christenson, Don Jones, Floyd
Jones, Jennie Swendig, Raymond
Tis well for us to remember that
play is essential, that politeness
builds up personality, that deter
mination oftimes gains where speed
loses, that abandonment insures
faiure, and that hard work gener
ally means more than good fortune.
MRS. W. C. ISOM.
Ralph Benefiel who has been at
Walla Walla for ' some time, re
turned home last week.
Mrs. Ira Grabiel and small son
and her mother of Stevenson, Wo,
visited with Mrs. J. A. Grabiel Sat
Mrs. Blanche Watkins is residing
in Pendleton for a few weeks while
receiving medical attention. Her
son Dale is with her.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brace and
son Bobby and Maurice Williams
motored to The Dalles Saturday to
spend the week end with the for
mer's daughter, Florene Brace, who
is still in the hospital though very
William Frank of Walla Walla
was a Sunday guest of Miss Hazel
The Echo basketball team won
by quite a large score in the two
games last week with the Irrigon
team, one being played on the home
floor Tuesday night and the other
at Echo Friday night
Quite a crowd of young folks at
tended the dance at Boardman Fri
day night and report a good time.
Mrs. Clara Smith entertained the
H. E. club ladies at her home on
Thursday afternoon. Fourteen la
dies were present A very pleasant
afternoon was spent and as usual
a delicious lunch was served by the
hostess. The club will meet with
Mrs. Frank Fredrickson Thursday,
The Card club will again enter
tain the members at the school li
brary Friday night, Jan. 26. All
members are urged to attend
well as anyone wishing to join and
enjoy a social evening.
Joel Benton was visiting friends
Miss Hayes, the blind evangelist
who assisted with the meetings here
some time ago is a guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Caldwell.
Among the Irrigon people shop
ping in Hermiston Saturday were
Glenn Ball, Emmett McCoy, Wal
ter Grider and Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Mrs. Hazel Norcross entertained
a number of small girls at the home
of her mother, Mrs. Clara Smith
Saturday at a birthday party hon
oring her daughter Helen.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Berry and family
of Umatilla, Earl Leach, Benny Mc
Coy and Vallis Dexter were dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett
McCoy and family Sunday.
The usual large crowd and gen
eral good time was had at the dance
Rev. Payne of Hermiston held
services at the community church
Billy Markham was a guest of
Miss Vonna Jones over the week
A meeting of the melon growers
of this vicinity was held at the
school house Monday evening.
Bonzine King Initiates
Heppner high school's science
club, the Benzine Ring, held its reg
ular weekly meeting at the school
house Thursday night for the pur
pose of initiating Lorena Wilson.
After the initiation, during which
Miss Wilson was branded with em
blems of the Ring in several very
noticeable places, the president,
Chester Christenson, called the
meeting to order. The main topic
of discussion was whales. The con
stitution was read for the benefit
of the new members. The possibil
ity of a visit to the creamery for
the next meeting was discussed by
Mr. Pevey, advisor.
Band Receives Gift
The Heppner school band receiv
ed $43.98 from the Odd Fellows
lodge. This will be used to purchase
the band uniforms for the concert
which is to be given in the spring.
In addition, . the proceeds of the
operetta which was presented last
Monday night by the Legion Auxil
iary, amounting to $40, will be do
nated to the band. The members
of the band are practicing on num
bers which are to be played at the
Student Body Meeting
A student body meeting was held
at 10:45 last Friday. The object of
this meeting was to vote on a pro
posed amendment which provides
that any student failing to pay his
student body tax within two weeks
after the beginning of the taxed se
mester will be barred from all stu
dent body activities during that se
mester. The proposed amendment
was read by the secretary and then
discussed by the students. It was
voted upon, and after a second bal
lot, was passed, thereby being add
ed to the student body constitution,
Heppner Defeats lone
Heppners' "Fighting Irish" bas
ketball team added another victory
to its credit by defeating the lone
hoopsters last Wednesday evening
in the lone gym. Heppner gained
the lead in the first half with
score of 6-5. The score remained
the same until the last of the third
quarter when Morgan, Ione's cen
ter, scoring on a free throw, brought
the score to a tie. At the beginning
of the fourth quarter, Green, Hepp
ner's high point man, broke the tie
with a long shot and Ayers, finish
ing the game with another basket,
made the score 10-6 in Heppner'i
NOTICE OF ANNUAL STOCK
Notice is hereby given that the
annual meeting of the stockholders
of Heppner Mining Company will
be held at the office of the First
National Bank, Heppner, Oregon,
on the second Tuesday in February,
being the 13th day of February,
1934, at the hour of 2 o'clock In the
afternoon of said day. The meet
ing is for the purpose of electing
officers and for the transaction of
such other business as may appear.
D. B. STALTER, President.
J. O. HAGER, Secretary.
were invited were Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Cramer, Mr. and Mrs. H. E.
Walte, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Chaffee,
Mr. and Mrs; F. F. Klitz, Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Barlow, Mr. and Mrs.
Royal Rands, Mr. and Mrs. Nick
Faler, Mrs. Eva Warner and Mrs.
Ella Shell. A social evening was
spent after which a lovely lunch
The largest crowd of the season
turned out Friday evening to see
the game between the Pades All
Stars and the town team, and the
high school teams of Boardman and
lone. The Pades All Star team from
Salem won from the town team by
a score of 35-22. The local boys
played a fine game against the All
Stars, many of them being college
stars. John Steelhammer, former
teacher here, played center for the
Pades. The Boardman high school
team won from lone, the score be
ing 24-8. After the games the high
school served chili beans to the
lone team. A dance, sponsored by
the town team, was given after the
game with the Columbians furnish
ing the music.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Carrick January 17 at their
home here. The baby has been
named Larry Charles.
Mrs. Thompson returned to her
home last week after visiting here
since Christmas with her daughter,
Mrs. Guy Barlow.
Art and John Madden of Eight
Mile spent the week end in Port
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Root and Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Barlow motored to
Miss Mildred Messenger and
Frank Hamel of The Dalles spent
the week end at the E. T. Messen
Mrs. Robert Bradley returned
home last week after visiting for
some time with relatives in Seattle.
Her sister, Mrs. John Thompson
and husband accompanied her
The Ladies Aid missionary socie
ty was entertained last Wednesday
at the home of Mrs. J. M. Allen
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Miller and
Mrs. Gladys Griffin and sons spent
Sunday in lone visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Russell Miller.
A large crowd attended the La-
at the Howard Bates home Satur
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harwood
motored to Pendleton Saturday.
The Thimble club met last Fri
day afternoon with Mrs. Nate Mc
comber. Ladies interested in the
Ladies Aid work are invited to at
tend the meetings of the Thimble
club. At these meetings gift ar
ticles are made and may be pur
chased at any time from Mrs. J. F.
Gorham. The club will meet again
Friday afternoon, January 26, at
the home of Mrs. Frank Cramer.
Last Saturday evening the high
school team and town team motor
ed to Lexington where they both
met defeat by a few points. The
score for the high school team was
Boardman 20 and Lexington 23; for
the town teams, Boardman 27 and
A large crowd attetnded the La
dies Aid social at the church last
Wednesday evening. A program,
The Pageant of the Months," was
given. Kerresnments were served
later in the evening.
Rev. and Mrs. W. O. Miller were
guests at Sunday dinner at the E.
T. Messenger home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Barlow mo
tored to the Dan Barlow home near
Heppner Monday where they spent
A dance was enjoyed Friday eve
ning at the Bush ranch.
JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE.
All Winter Hats, Coats and Dress
es greatly reduced for this January
Clearance. Curran Hat Shoppe.
Born, to Mr, and Mrs. Leonard
Rill of Eight Mile on Saturday,
Jan. 20, an 8-pound girl.
Girls' gym classes are doing dif
ferent exercises to earn points tow
ard their letters. Many of the girls
have hiked, ridden horseback, and
have ridden bicycles to gain points.
This week they are practicing er-
ercises so that they, can do eight of
them perfectly. When they are
able to do eight of them successfully
they receive ten points toward the
120 necessary to obtain a letter,
Ethel Hughes has more points
toward her letter than any other
girl in school. She has acquired 70
of the necessary 120. Monday she
gave demonstrations to the gym
class on how to do several of the
stunts or exercises.
With half of the girls' gym club
basketball games played, Juanita
Morgan's team leads in the race for
the school championship.
For the past week the junior Eng
lish class has been studying Stev
enson's "Travels With a Donkey.'
The class found the Incidents of his
trip amusing as well as interesting.
Mr. Mabee led an interesting dls
cussion on "Money" in the Civics
class. This discussion was very
timely because of present monetary
Members of the public speaking
class have been learning to carry
on a discussion In such a way as to
get a response from everyone. This
class was largely responsible for
the individual response at the stu
dent body meeting Friday.
During the past week the Amer
ican History class has been study
ing the Civil War and its effect on
our own life.
Grade School News
Betty Happold, Patty Cason
Juanita Phelps and Iena McFerrln
took part In the Wyoming Blues
chorus of the play ,"The Road to
Glory," presented by the Legion
Auxiliary last Monday night at th
The third grade pupils are work
Ing on Indian designs for their art
lesson; they also have a very fine
Indian exhibit, which includes torn
ahawks, arrow and spear heads,
baskets, moccasins, and rugs. They
are planning an Indian play.
Paul McCarty, a pupil In th
eighth grade, is visiting in Portland,
By RACHEL J. BARLOW
Mr. and Mrs. George Blayden
quietly observed their 56th wedding
anniversary at their home here
Wednesday, January 24. In th
evening their daughter, Mrs. J. F,
Gorham, entertained for them at
her home. Old time friends who
and Delbert Carmen comprised a
hiking party to Glutton falls last
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Burnside spent
several days last week visiting their
cousins, Mr. and Mrs: Eslie Walker
at their Heppner flat ranch.
Ossel and Mary Elen Inskeep and
Charlotte and Loes Ashbaugh were
among those attending the theater
in Heppner Sunday night
Mr. and Mrs. Carey Hastings and
Miss Zetta Bleakman were among
Hardmanites enjoying the Lonerock
dance Saturday night
The crew employed on the coun
ty road on McKinney creek has
been layed off indefinitely and the
workers from this community have
returned to their homes here.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Buschke and
Dick Steers were business visitors
in Heppner Tuesday.
ATTENDS EXECUTIVE MEET.
Spencer Crawford, commander
sixth district, American Legion, was
in fortland over the week end to
attend a meeting of the state ex
ecutive committee. Important bus
iness of the session included pass
ing of resolutions setting out the
recommendations of the state or
ganization affecting the employment
ot ex-service men on government
projects. The resolutions asked
for a uniform definition of "ex-
8ervice man" in order to clarify
muddles which have occurred be
cause of different Interpretations
given by various administrators In
charge of different parts of the
government work. It is not the
idea of the Legion to try to obtain
an advantage for its members In
the allotment of employment, ar.
Crawford said, but to see that ex-
service men generally are given the
benefit of legislation in their behalf
which has been incorporated in the
NOTICE OP PINAL SETTLEMENT.
Nntixa In hrehv eriven that the un
dersigned has filed his final account as
executor oi me esiaie oi uwibo
H,,e,l unci that the County Court of
the State of Oregon for Morrow County
has appointed Monday, the 6th day of
March, 1934. at the hour of 10 o clock
A. M., as the time, and the County
Court room In the court nouse at tieup
nr firpt?nn. aii the Dlace of hearlns
o.irf autiiBmpiit nf Bald final account.
Objections to said final account must
be made on or Deiore saiu units.
E. G. NOBLE, Executor.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has filed her nnai account an
Mer.utrlx of the estate of Edward B.
Hunt, deceased, and that the County
Court of the State of Oregon tor Mor
row rvinntv has annotated Monday
the 5th day of March, 1934. at the hour
nt m n'r-liwlr In the forenoon of said
day, as the time, and the County Court
room in the court house at Heppner.
Oregon, as the place, of hearing and
RpttTemmit nf said final account. Ob
jections to said final account must be
niea on or Deiore sma utue.
MAGGIE ANN HUNT.
By LUCILLE FARRENS
Hardman boasts of two new citi
zens born last week, a boy, Neil
Frederick, arriving to Mr. and Mrs.
Neil Knighten in Heppner on Jan.
18, and a boy named Raymond Mon
roe, born to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Baird in Heppner Jan. 16.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Massey moved
into the Maxwell house last Sunday.
Mr. Massey, who Is employed on the
road here was married last Sunday
to Miss Lucille Beymer of Hepp
ner. The newly weds have the best
wishes of this community.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott ar
rived here from Pendleton recently
and will be domiciled in rooms at
the house belonging to Mrs. Corda
Saling. Mr. Scott has employment
on the road here.
Mrs. Emil Johnson who has been
in quite poor health for some time
was convalescing In Morrow Gen
eral hospital In Heppner several
days of last week. Her friends here
wish her a speedy recovery.
Mrs. Ellen Ashbaugh took sud
denly ill last Thursday at Lew
Knighten's ranch near here where
she was staying. She Is reported to
be much improved at this writing.
Mrs. Ashbaugh is now staying with
her son and daughtter-in-Iaw, Mr.
and Mrs. Clair Ashbaugh.
Marion Saling recently made a
business trip to Walla Walla and
returned with a Studebaker sedan,
Loes Stevens was quite ill several
days last week.
Miss Pat Bleakman spent the
week end with Miss Murl Farrens
at the latter's home In Cason canyon.
Mrs. Golda Leathers of Lexington
was visiting her mother, Mrs. Ellen
Ashbaugh, several days last week,
Representing our vicinity in
Heppner Saturday were Ad Inskeep
and daughter Mary Ellen and son
Jim, Hubert MacDonald, Marlon
Saling, Fan Miller, Tom Fraters,
Elwood Hastings, Harvey DeMoss
and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mcuan-iel.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Harshman
spent several days of last week at
the ranch home of Everetts par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Harsh
man In Eight Mile.
Miss Genevieve Morgan, who Is
working in Heppner, spent Sunday
visiting her sister, Mrs. Verl Far
Mr. and Mrs. Kinnard McDanlel
and family .and Oren McDanlel
were Lonerock visitors In the city
Irene, D e 1 8 I e May and Buell
Harshman were all-day visitors here
Sunday from the Hail ridge vicinity.
The Misses Arleta and Loes Ash
baugh, Loes and Charlotte Adams,
NOTICE OP FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned have filed with the County
Court of the State of Oregon for Mor
row County, their final account of their
Administration of the estate of William
Gorger, deceased, and that said Court
has nxea jnonaay, me izin aay oi eo
ruary, 1934. at the hour of 10:00 o'clock
A. M., at the County Court room at the
Court House at Heppner, Oregon, as
the time and place for hearing objec
tions to said final acocunt and the set
tlement of said estate, and all persons
having objections to said final account
are hereby required to file the same in
said Court on or before the time set
for said hearing.
Dated and first published this 11th
day of January, 1934.
LEON C. COONEY,
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Steam heat, hot and cold running water.
Toilets and baths connected with rooms.
You may have wanted these comforts and
thought them too expensive.
Ask us for rates by week or month on rooms
or combinations to be used as apartments.
Our lobby and rest rooms are a comfortable
place to rest while in town.
Make it home when away from yours.
H. 0. TENNEY, Mgr.
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NOTICE TO CBEDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the Coun
ty Court of the State of Oregon for
Morrow County has appointed the un
dersigned administrator c. t a. of the
estate of Josiah W. Osborn. deceased,
and that all persons having claims
against the said estate must present the
same, duly verified according to law, to
me at the office of my attorney. S. E.
Notson, In Heppner, Oregon, within six
months from the date of the first pub
lication of this notice, said date of
first publication being January 11, 1931.
Administrator c. t. a.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has tendered to the Honor
able County Court of the State of Ore-
f:on for the County of Morrow, her res
gnation as administratrix of the es
tate of Charles W. Christopherson. de
ceased, to take effect upon the filing
and approval of her final account by
the above entitled Court.
Administratrix of the Estate of
Charles W. Christopherson, de
ceased. Date of the first publication of this
notice, December 28th, 1933. Date of
last publication of this notice, January
DR. E. C. WILLCUTT
Osteopathic Physician Si Surgeon
(Over J. C. Penney Co.)
Farm and Personal Property
Sales a Specialty
O. L. BENNETT
'The Man Who Talks to
Beat the Band"
J. 0. TURNER
Attorney at Law
A. B. GRAY, M. D.
PHYSICIAN at STTBOEON
Heppner Hotel Building
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