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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1934.
(Continued from Mrat Pare)
cepted a position in the auditing
department of the North Pacific
Grain Growers, Inc, for the next
Mra, D. M. Ward entertained the
Past Matrons club of Heppner at
her home Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. John Conway ar
rived at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Ted Smith Sunday where they will
spend the summer. Mr. Conway is
a brother of Mrs. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. George Snyder and
son Harold motored to The Dalles
last Sunday where they were met
by a sister of Mr. Snyder who took
Harold back to her home at Beav
erton where he will spend several
weeks with relatives.
A wedding of particular interest
to this community was that of Miss
Lucille Bristow, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Bristow, and David
Rietmann, son of Mrs. Margaret
Rietmann, who were married last
Sunday, June 24. The young cou
ple departed for a short honeymoon
at Wallowa lake. Both young peo
ple were born in or near lone, re
ceived their education in the lone
school and have made their homes
here since completing their high
school work. They will be at home
at the Rietmann brothers ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. McCabe ac
companied by their sons Earl and
Ernest, their daughter Charlotte,
and by L. D. McCabe took an inter
esting trip to Yakima a week ago.
The trip was made to visit the sis
ter of the Messrs. McCabe who is a
nurse in Yakima but when the
party reached there they found she
had left for her vacation a few days
before. Having time on their hands
to spare the party made the return
trip by way of Goldendale and Lyle.
At Lyle they made a short visit at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. R, M.
Hamm who farmed the old Dorman
place on Rhea creek a few years
ago. The party then crossed the
river and returned home over the
Miss Mildred Finnell of Portland
is a visitor at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Heliker.
Misses Rosebelle and Mignonette
.Perry and brother Robert returned
last week from a trip to Portland,
having been down visiting relatives
and seeing the Rose show. While
in the city they were guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Perry.
Mrs. Elda Zink and Mrs. Ruth
Wilson of Antioch, Calif., made a
two-day stop Tuesday and Wednes
day, visiting at the Heliker home.
The ladies were enroute to their
home in California after visiting
rriends and relatives in Portland.
Willows grange held their regu
lar business meeting in the hall at
Cecil Saturday evening. Owing to
the busy season the attendance was
not all that could be desired but
an interesting meeting was held.
The state grange report was given
by the master, Vida Heliker, and
short talks on the trip and on state
grange doings were given by other
members of Willows grange who
attended the convention at Rose
burg. All joined in saying that the
convention was certainly well worth
attending. A complete report of the
state grange convention is printed
in the Grange Bulletin and a com
prehensive report will also be print
ed in the next issue of the Oregon
Miss Dimple Crabtree was elect
ed by the Willows grange to be
their representative in the Rodeo
Mary Lundell, lecturer and also
Pomona lecturer, announced that
Pomona grange will be held in
Boardman July 7th. The afternoon
program is open to the public and
promises to be very interesting as
Peter Zimmerman, state senator
from Yamhill, has been secured as
speaker. Several other good num
bers are also planned.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Devine, Mrs.
Martha Wright and Mrs. Lucy Rod
gers from Lexington grange were
visitors. County Agent Chas. W.
Smith of Rhea Creek grange was
also a visitor and gave a talk on
latest allotment information. A
splendid 4-H club program in charge
of Mrs. Rodgers was presented.
Most of the numbers were given by
4-H club members, leaders and past
leaders. Three reels of motion pic
tures pertaining to club work and
showing 4-H club members on their
trip to Washington, D. C, were
shown by Mr. Smith, who brought
the picture machine. The evening
of entertainment was much en
joyed by everyone and we take this
oportunity to thank Mrs. Rodgers,
Mr. Smith and all who so kindly
participated. At the close of the
business meeting the home econom
les committee served jello, cookies
By RACHEL J. BARLOW
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Russell and
family of Woodland stopped in
Boardman last week for a visit with
the former's brother, S. C. Russell
while enroute to his old home In
Nebraska to visit relatives.
The Ladies Aid Missionary meet
ing was held last Wednesday at the
home of Mrs. J. M. Alen. About
twenty ladies were present. There
will not be any silver tea held in
the month of July.
Mrs. Eva Warner accompanied
Rev. and Mrs. Thomas to Umatilla
Friday evening and remained there
until Sunday at the W. O. Miller
Miss Edith Lubbes of Portland is
visiting here with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Otto Lubbes.
Mrs. Sarah Wilbanks of Eugene
brought her daughter Ada to Board-
man last week to stay at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Carrick. Ada
graduated this month from the
state blind school at Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Knight and
son of Sunnyside were visitors over
the week end at the Charles Nick
Miss Bethmyrl Miller of La
Grande is visiting here with her
sister, Mrs. Earl Cramer.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Carrick and
family who have been living at the
Hango ranch for some time have
moved into the Wilbanks house.
Bob Thomas is farming the Wil
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Surface and
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cramer left on
Thursday for a motor trip to Spo
kane. Mrs. Hunt and son Donald re
turned home Sunday from a visit in
Paul Hatch delivered the mail on
the R F. D. several days last week
while Victor Hango was recuperat
ing from a tonsil operation.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Messenger and
Lois motored to Sunnyside Satur
day, returning home Sunday and
bringing a load of fruit with them.
Jeff Frank who has been staying
here at the home of his mother,
Mrs. Courtright, left Sunday for
Bill Ayers returned home Wed
nesday after spending a week at
Oak Ridge and Portland.
Mrs. Paul Hatch and chldren ac
companied friends to Portland on
Monday where she will visit for a
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Carrick and
family spent last Sunday in Lex
ington at the Burchell home,
at the Thimble club last Friday
at the Thimble club last rFiday
which met at the home of Mrs. Geo.
Bobby Morgan left Monday on the
train for Glenncolla, Ore., where his
parents are. He has been staying
here with his grandfather since the
close of school.
Willard Nickerson is working
during harvest on a ranch near
Mrs. Gladys Graves returned to
Boardman last week after several
weeks visit in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Barlow and
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Barlow were
Pendleton visitors Monday.
Mike Healy spent several days
this week in Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Miller of
Lexington were visitors at the F. H.
Miller home Sunday.
Mrs. Earl Gordon was called to
Arlington on Wednesday to see her
sister, Miss Lucille Hall, who was
Injured in an auto accident near
that place Monday evening. The
car in which Miss Hall was riding
went off the highway about a mile
east of Arlington. She was severe
ly cut on the head and on one leg
but was otherwise unhurt. The
young man driving the car received
a very deep cut on one arm and
waa taken on to The Dalles for
Rev. Joseph Pope and wife and
Miss Opal Briggs returned home
the first of the week from Portland
where they attended the annual
conference of the Methodist church
of the districts of Oregon and
Washington held in the city the
past week and closing on Sunday.
Mr. Pope was returned to the Hepp
Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Ferguson ar
rived here Tuesday evening from
their home near Gold Beach. They
will go on from here to Browning,
Montana, where Mr. Ferguson has
his sheep on summer range, and he
will arrange to dispose of them for
shipment to the Chicago market.
Onez Parker is home from the
Puget Sound country to remain un
til after harvest at the farm of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank E.
Parker. He has been working in a
woodworking plant at Everett, Wn.,
during the past year.
Mrs. Ellen Schwarz this week
sold her property on Gale street to
J. O. Peterson who, with his family,
will take possession about the mid
dle of July. Mr. and Mrs. Schwarz
contemplate taking up their resi
dence in Portland.
If you do not know what a black
widow is like, take a squint at the
spider on display in a bottle in the
window of the Green hardware
store. It is a fair sample of the
bug causing so much comment of
Harlan Devin of the local Safe
way stores, who has been taking
his vacation the past week, return
ed home on Wednesday.
DR. L. D. TIBBLES
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ROBT. A. JONES, Mgr.
PLANTS, PUMPS, RADIOS AND
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"Just the service wanted
when you want it most"
CHCRCH OF CHRIST
JOEL R. BENTON, Minister.
Bible School 9 :45 a. m.
Morning services 11 a. m.
C. E. Society 7 p. m.
Evening services 8 p. m.
Choir rehearsal, Wednesday 8 p. m.
Midweek service, Thursday 8 p. m.
Do you have a Church home? If
not then come and worship with us
and test the welcome of this friend
ly church. For the coming Lord's
Day the sermon topic for the morn
ing worship will be, "The Price of
Life." For the evening hour, at
eight o'clock, there will be a union
service In the Church of Christ,
with the members of the Methodist
Church, with Joseph Pope, minis
ter, bringing the message. Do not
miss either of these servces; you
are invited to be present.
JOSEPH POPE, Pastor.
Sunday Shcool 9:45 a. m.
Public worship 11 a. m. Special
music by the choir. Sermon, "The
Source of Our Difficulties.'
The Epworth League will meet
with the young people of the Church
of Christ at 7:00.
There will be a union service at
the Church of Christ at 8:00. The
sermon subject, "The Puzzle of the
You are cordially invited to at
tend all these services.
ALFRED R. WOMACK, Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a. m.
Church Services 11:00 a. m.
Evening Services .
7:30 p. m.
7:30 p. m,
7:30 p. m,
"We welcome all."
at IONE the 4th
BASEBALL Arlington vs. lone, 2:30
Patriotic Program at 10 A. M.
Basket Dinner at Noon
Races for Cash Prizes, 1:30
DANCE in Evening, 50c
A Good Time, Easy on the Pocketbook
Feed Your Laying Hens and
Dairy Cows RIGHT to Get
Heppner Dairy Feed
Heppner Egg Mash
Mixed and Sold by
No. I Baled Alfalfa Hay
Baby Chick Mosh -:- Wool Bags and Twine
Highest cash prices for Wool, Pelts, Hides
Nothing nicer to take along with the lunch
PAPER PLATES, CUPS, FORKS, SPOONS
THE PICNIC DINNER will be complete when
is added other delicacies from our stock of
CANNED MEATS, SANDWICH SPREADS,
PICKLES, CAKES, COOKIES,
FRESH FRUITS, Etc.
By OLETA NEILL
Mrs. W. D. Neill accompanied Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Saylor to Walla
Walla Tuesday to attend a church
Mrs. T. J. O'Brien and daughter
Isabella left Wednesday for Eugene
where Isabella will attend summer
school. Mrs. O'Brien returned Sat
urday. John Healy and daughters Marie,
Cecelia and Helen and son Jack,
and Jimmy Healy were In Heppner
C. H. Bartholomew returned home
Sunday morning from Montana
where he has been for some time
looking after his sheep.
Mr. and Mrs. Struthers were bus
iness visitors in Hermiston Satur
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. O'Brien and
daughter Katherine and son Gor
don and Mrs. Isabella Corrigall
were business visitors in Pendleton
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ayers and
family visited at the Frank Ayers
Miss Charlotte Helms, who has
been visiting relatives in Spokane
for the past few weeks, returned
Mrs. OUie Neill and daughter
Neva were business visitors in Her
miston and Echo Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Finch and
daughters Betty, Frances and Patty
motored to Hermiston Sunday eve
ning. C. H. Bartholomew visited his
mother, Mrs. Mary Bartholomew,
in Heppner Monday.
For Sale 4 head of work mares,
weighing around 1450 pounds each,
ages 4 to 10 years; 2 good milk
cows, fresh. Sterling Fryrear, Hepp
Chas. Cox, newly appointed post
master at Heppner, has been busy
during the past week or so getting
on to his work. He expects to take
Office Phone 302, Res. 782
full charge of the office the first of
Mrs. Harold Stiles departed on
Friday night for Portland after a
visit of two weeks at the home of
her mother, Mrs. Josie Jones, in
NOTICE OF SALE OF ANIMALS.
Notice Is hereby given by virtue
of the laws of the State of Oregon,
that I have taken up at my place,
known as the Tom Pullen place,
and the M. H. Stoneman place on
Rock creek, 7 miles west of Hard
man, Oregon, the following describ
ed animals found running at large
on my said premises, and that I will
on Saturday, the 14th day of July,
1934, at the hour of 10 o'clock in
the forenoon of said day, offer for
sale and sell the said animals to
the hghest and best bidder for cash
in hand, unless the same shall have
been redeemed by the owner or
owners thereof. Said animals are
described as follows:
One cow with calf by side, brand
on cow is an X with bar over it on
One cow with a combination
brand M J on left hip.
One red bull, 3 years old, not
One roan bull, 2 years old, not
One cow with calf at side; brand
on cow is a bar J on left hip.
Fourteen head of mixed cattle,
from yearlings to three-year-olds;
all being branded J U the J being
inside the U on left hip. .
One black 2-year-old heifer with
blotch brand on right hip.
M. H. STONEMAN,
CALL FOR WARRANTS.
Outstanding warrants of School
District No. 12, Morrow County,
Oregon, up to and including war
rant No. 335, will be paid upon
presentation to the district clerk.
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Interest on said warrants ceases
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DONA E. BARNETT, Clerk,
CALL FOR WARRANTS.
All General Fund Warrants of
Morrow Ciunty, Oregon, registered
on or before May 20th, 1934, will be
paid at any time on presentation at
the office of the County Treasurer.
Interest on above warrants ceases
with July Sth, 1934.
Heppner, Oregon, May 20, 1930.
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