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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JAN. 10, 1935
(Continued from Fint Pag)
Ing year: Henry Smou3e, W. M., R.
L. Ekleberry, S. W.( George Ely, J.
W., Joe Howk, secretary, Laxton
McMurray, treasurer, John Krebs,
S. D, Carl Feldman, J. D, E. J.
Blake, marshall, W. J. Blake, tyler,
Elmer Griffith, S. S., George Krebs,
Mrs. D. M. Ward and Mrs. Wer
ner Rietmann entertained a group
of Heppner ladies at the home of
Mrs. Rietmann on last Friday af
ternoon. Contract was played, high
score being won by Mrs. C. W. Mc
Namer and second high by Mrs. E.
E. Clark. Other guests were Mrs.
Ray Kinne, Mrs. E. L. Morton, Mrs.
J. D. Cash, Mrs. W. O. Dix, Mrs.
Agnes Curran, Mrs. Flora Dimmick,
Mrs. Glenn Jones, Mrs. Fred Lucas,
Mrs. W. O. Bayless, Mrs. Chas. Cox,
Mrs. Lucille McAtee, Mrs. Dean T.
Goodman, Mrs. Clell Rea, Mrs. Wal
ter Corley and Mrs. Victor Riet
mann. The Rebekah lodge held its in
stallation last Thursday night. The
following officers will serve the
lodge during the coming year: Mrs.
Frank Lundell, N. G.; Mrs. Clell
Rea, V. G.; Mrs. Walace Mathews,
R. S. N. G.; Mrs. David Rietmann,
L. S. N. G.; Mrs. C. W. Swanson,
R. S. V. G.; Mrs. Victor Rietmann,
L. S. V. G.; Mrs. J. E. Swanson,
chaplain, Mrs. E. R. Lundell, sec;
Mrs. Lee Howell, treas.; Mrs. Wal
ter Roberts, conductress; Miss Mar
garet Crawford, warden, and Mrs.
E. G. Sperry, musician. Following
the regular order of business a so
cial hour was enjoyed and refresh
The Women's Topic club met at
the Masonic hall last Saturday af
ternoon with Mrs. C F. Feldman,
Mrs. Clyde Denny, Mrs. R. W. Lieu
allen and Miss Kathryn Feldman
as hostesses. The subject for study
was "Puppets." Mrs. Denny read
two interesting articles on Tony
Sarg and his work. Miss Feldman
then presented a puppet play, "Jack
and the Beanstalk." The puppet3
for this play which was presented
in four acts, were made and operat
ed by pupils of Miss Feldman s
school at Cecil. Between acts while
the scenery on the tiny stage was
being arranged, recitations were
given by Dickie Krebs, Margaret
Ann Krebs, Henry Krebs, Jr., and
Shirley Hurst. Marian and Man
sell Krebs assisted with the puppet
play. The entertainment was great
ly enjoyed by the audience and re
flects much credit on the children
who took part in it and on their
teacher. After the program cofffee
and cake were served. In addition
to the members the following guests
were present, Mrs. George Krebs,
Mrs. Dorr Mason, Mrs. Mary Cun
ningham, Mrs. Ed Dick, Mrs. Agnes
Wilcox, Mrs. Lucy Rodgers, Mrs. C.
W. McNamer, Mrs. Clell Rea, Mrs.
Wallace Mathews and Miss Mar
Locust Chapter, O. E. S. held
public installation of their new of
ficers following their regular busi
ness meeting at Masonic hall on
Tuesday evening. With Mrs. Carl
Feldman as installing officer and
Mrs. W. J. Blake as marshall, the
following officers took their sta
tions for the coming year: Mrs
Ruby Roberts, W. M.; Carl Feld
man, W. P.; Mrs. Viola Lieuallen,
A. M.; Harlan McCurdy, A. P,; Mrs.
Ruth Mason, sec; Mrs. Hila Timm,
treas.; Mrs. Roxie Krebs, Cond.;
Mrs. Mary Beckner, Asso. Cond.;
Mrs. Jennie McMurray, chaplain;
Mrs. Anna Blake, marshall, Mrs.
Margaret Blake, organist; Mrs.
Delia McCurdy, Adah; Miss Kath
ryn Feldman, Ruth; Mrs. Beulah
Mankin, Esther; Miss Opal Finn,
Martha; Mrs. Oral Feldman, Elec
ta; Mrs. Lola McCabe warden, and
George Krebs, sentinel. Following
the installation ceremonies the in
coming worthy matron, Mrs. Rob
erts, was presented with a beauti
ful bouquet Mrs. Ruth Mason was
presented with a lovely tray, a gift
from the chapter in appreciation of
her faithful services as secretary
for several years. Mrs. Oral Feld
man was presented with a past ma
tron's jewel as a token of apprecia
tion of the chapter of her year's
work as worthy matron. Refresh
ments were served in the dining
room at the close of the meeting.
Mrs. Clarence Brenner took her
infant son to Portland on Monday
night for medical attention.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Blake are the
proud parents of an 8-lb. son,
Donald Earl, who arrived on Tues
day, Jan. 8.
Miss Maxine McCurdy entertain
ed the following girls with a New
Year's dinner at her home, Misses
Eva Lundell, Bertha Akers, Betty
Bergevln, Mildred Lundell and Hel
Miss Betty Bergevin has return
ed to school at Pendleton.
RHEA CREEK GRANGE NEWS,
Mrs. O. C. Stephens, the new mas
ter, urges that all members meet
at the grange hall Wednesday, Jan.
16, to do some repair work on the
hall and grounds. Those who have
trucks please bring them so gravel
ing the yard may be finished.
There will be a dance at Rheai
Creek hall Jan. 12 with music by
Mrs. Chris Brown and Mrs. Royal
Driskell were hostesses for a bridal
shower given in honor of Mrs. Har
old Anderson at the Driskell home
in Eight Mile. Mrs. Anderson re
ceived many beautiful gifts from
some twenty friends and neighbors
who gathered to make it a pleasant
afternoon. Games and refresh
ments were enjoyed.
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson were also
given a reception last Thursday
night at the home of Chas. Ander
son on lower Eight Mile. Dancing
was the diversion of the evening.
The children of Mrs. O. C. Steph
ens are ill with chicken pox.
Miss Beth Wright who spent the
Christmas holidays with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wright, has
left for Eugene to resume her stud'
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Wright and
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Stephens attend
ed Pomona grange at Irrigon last
Saturday. They report an Interest'
ing meeting and a large crowd.
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
ALVIN KLEINFELDT, Pastor
Morning services .
:45 a. m.
11 a. m.
. 6:30 p. m.
7 :S0 p. m.
. 1 :S0 p. m.
. 7:30 p. m.
C. C Society .
Choir rehearsal, Wednesday .
Midweek service, Thursday .
Morning sermon, "Playing Safe."
Evening sermon, "Jesus Christ
JOSEPH POPE, Pastor.
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
Public worship 11:00 a. m. Spec
ial music by tie choir. Sermon,
"In Remembrance of Me."
Epworth League 6:30 p. m.
Evening worship 7:30. Sermon,
"The Value of Proper Surround
ings." Choir practice Wednesday eve
Prayer meeting Thursday eve
A hearty welcome awaits you at
all the services of our church.
ALFRED R. WOMACK, Pastor.
Sunday School 30:00 A. M.
After Service 11:00 A. M.
Evening Service 7.30 P. M.
Tuesday night, prayer meeting
Thursday evangelistic service 7:30
"WE WELCOME ALL"
By BEULAH NICHOLS
Plans are well under way for a
carnival and dance to be given in
the high school gymnasium on Sat
urday evening, January 26. This is
being sponsored by the P. T. A. and
the school and the proceeds are to
be used to purchase a duplicator
for use in the school.
Attention, Lexington grangers!
The new master of this grange
plans throughout the year of 1935 to
start the meeting at the exact time
designated. Let's all do our bit to
help him by being on time. The
next meeting of the grange will be
Saturday evening and will begin
promptly at 7:30. All members are
urged to be present and help start
the new year off with a bang.
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Cutsforth
are the proud parents of a 10 lb.
son, Kenneth Dale, born on Satur
day, January 5th.
This city has been undergoing a
change in appearance during the
past week as a large number of the
trees about town are being trimmed.
This work is being done as a relief
project, giving work to several of
the unemployed, and at the same
time providing them with wood.
Fred Nelson departed the last of
the week for Tacoma where he ex
pects to take up a course in agricul
tural engineering. He was accom
panied by Donald Heliker of lone
who plans to take the same course.
The boys were taken as far as Pen
dleton by Norman Nelson and from
there they took a stage to Tacoma.
Mr. and Mrs. Oral Scott have re
turned home from a visit with rel
atives in Portland.
David Hynd was a business visitor
in this city the first of the week
from his ranch in the Sand Hollow
Mrs. Ha?ry Dinges has been con
fined to her home during the past
week with a siege of flu. Other
Lexington people who have been
suffering with this malady during
the week are Mrs. Roy Johnson,
Moses Duran and Harold Swift.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilcox are
spending the week in Hermiston.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilcox are at
the ranch during their absence.
Mrs. Lee Gilbreath of Spokane
spent last week with her mother,
Mrs. Sarah White. When she re
turned to her home the first of the
week she was taken as far as Her
miston by Mrs. White and Mrs. Lon-
nie Henderson. Other guests of
Mrs. White during the week were
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald White and
Bill Grogan of Hermiston.
Andrew Yankee of Los Angeles
spent last week visiting at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. Ernest Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McMurtry
returned the last of the week from
a trip to Portland, Salem and other
Mrs. Clyde Swift and Mrs. Lorena
Twice a year for a short time
we reduce our Florshcim Shoes
to introduce more men to the
economy of Florsheim Quulity.
Take advantage of these savings
Isom are spending the week at Con
Laurel Beach has returned to his
teaching duties after spending a
short time In Portland while pre
paring for his role in the concert
which was given there Monday eve
ning. While he was gone Mrs.
Frances Case of Heppner supplied
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Campbell
and Miss Shirlee Smith spent Sun
day at Boardman as the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Ingles and Miss
Rose Thornburg and Doris Bur
chell were absent from school Fri
day. Asa Shaw was absent from school
all of last week.
Semester tests will be given on
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
of this week.
Stanley Way and his father, Dan
Way, spent the week end in Port
land. They motored down with
June Way who will enter school
in the city.
Doris Klinger spent Sunday at
Mrs. Heinry Rauch was honored
with a surprise birthday party at
her home Wednesday afternoon.
The party was arranged by her
daughter Edna and a very pleasant
afternoon was enjoyed. Those pres
ent were Carna Campbell, Tempa
Johnson, Myrtle Schriever, Getta
Cox, Clara Gillis, Nellie Palmer,
Merle Carmichael, Delpha Merritt,
Edna Munkers, Muriel Palmer,
Mary Smith, Natalie Rauch, Frieda
Majeskl, Edna Rauch, Florence Mc
Millan, Emma Breshears, Carolyn
Kuns, Mae Burchell and Pearl Gen
try. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Whillock re
turned Wednesday afternoon from
a visit with relatives at Spray.
Wilbur Steagall of Heppner visit
ed with Mrs. Steagall and June the
first of the week.
H. N. Burchell of Sheridan was
a business visitor In Lexington this
Miss Clara Ruff, who teaches at
Boardman, spent the week end at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ingles of
Boardman were visitors here Sat
Mrs. Mae Burchell has received
the news of the death of her neph
ew, Myron Duall, at his home in
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with the idea that it would be spon
sored by the city. A ruling by the
city that it was without power to
take such action, resulted in call
ing a second mass meeting, at
which the trustees were set up with
full power of control over the issu
ance, redemption, and expenditure
of proceeds, if any, of the scrip.
The idea of Edward F. Bloom;
city school superintendent, of issu
ing the scrip in exchange for school
warrants, was incorporated in the
plan, and the set-up was ready to
Because the leather scrip would
not stand up well under much usage
most of the actual circulating me
dium was printed on paper, the
leather pieces going out mainly as
souvenirs. Calls for it came from
all over the United States and from
several foreign countries. It wen
into museums here and abroad, pub
licizing Heppner and the sheep in
Its ready acceptance by businesses
and individuals locally gave
sound status as a local circulating
medium of exchange. Many pieces
ot it Decame so soiled and worn
that they had to be replaced.
Denominations in which the scrip
was issued were 5c, 25c, 50c, $1 and
$5. The total issue was $5000. All
the circulating medium had been
taken up many months before the
final redemption period. All the
warrants held by the trustees have
been redeemed, Interest on which.
plus a 5 percent discount at which
the warrants were taken, and th
sum realized from the sale of sou
venirs, represents the profit from
the venture. And the profit less the
cost of printing which, by the way.
was done locally and the cost of
administration, represents the $1100
net profit to be used for community
Dwight Misner, the Auctioneer
who pleases both seller and buyer
Address, Thornton, Wash. 40tf
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By RACHEL J. BARLOW
E. W. Peck recently purchased
the 50 H. P. diesel light plant which
formerly was operated by Paul
Hatch, and has moved it to his Oa
sis garage. He has had it overhaul
ed and expects to have the electric
lights for the city within a short
The Linnfleld college varsity bas
ketball team of McMinnville played
the local town boys in a game in
the gym last Friday evening. The
Linnfleld team won by a score of
58-20. They stayed overnight at
the Highway inn and Saturday
played a team in La Grande.
The relief workers this week have
been cleaning Irrigation ditches in
Richard Berger of Th Dalles
was a Boardman visitor this week.
Alvin Barlow from near lone vis
ited several days this week with
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Barlow.
Rev. and Mrs. H. B. Thomas and
family were guests to dinner last
Tuesday evening at the W. A. Ba
The Ladies Aid Silver tea was
held in the church last Wednesday
aiternoon with the president, Mrs,
Root, in charge. A lovely lunch
was served by Mesdames Frank
Cramer, W. O. King, Frank Hadley
ana Clara jonnson.
The town basketball team has
new suits this year, the color bright
red with white numbers and letter
ing. The suits were donated by the
roiiowlng busmes houses and or.
ganizations: Russells, Barlows, Oa
sis, Gorhams, Dillons, the Red
White store, Alumni, Greenfield
grange, commercial club.
A basket dinner will be served in
the basement of the church next
Sunday after church. Everyone is
invited to bring their lunch and at
The Thimble club will meet Fri
day afternoon, January 25, at the
nome or Mrs. Arthur Allen.
Dale Cox of Yakima is visiting
relatives here this week. He has
been attending Junior college at
Yakima last term, taking a civil
The section at Castle Rock was
reopened this week after being
closed several years. A number of
local men who have been working
as extras now are employed perma
nently at Castle.
The Umatilla basketball teams
were victorious over the local school
boys in a game here Saturday eve
ning. The score for the high school
was 24-17 and for the grades 16-7,
Dallas Wilson was referee.
By LUCILLE FARRENS
Seventeen members from the lo
cal Odd Fellows and Rebekah
lodges motored to Heppner last
Friday evening to meet in unison
with the Heppner fraternities. In
stallation of officers was chief fea,
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ture of the program. The guests
report a pleasant social hour and
a bountiful banquet was enjoyed as
well. Those attending were Mes
dames Reta and Ethel Knighton,
Frances Leathers, Mildred McDan
iel, Mary McDaniel, Grace Buschke,
Pearl Steers, Evalyn Farrens, and
Ad, Oscel and Jim Inskeep, Ever
ett Hadley, Elwood Hastings, Fan
Miller, Frank McDaniel, Marion
Hayden, Neil Knighten. Max Bus
chke and Carl Leathers who ac
companied the group attended the
theater that night.
The Fisher Bros. Construction
Co. from Oregon City have return
ed from their various homes after
the Christmas holidays and are
again at work completing the last
gap on the Heppner-Spray road.
The out-of-town employees of the
company are boarding at the homes
of Mrs. Owen Leathers and Mrs.
Mrs. Roy Robison has gone to
her ranch home near Lonerock for
a while. Mrs. Marion Saling and
family are staying with the Rob
ison children during her absence.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bleakman
and Nita Rae are staying at the
home of Kenneth's parents in
Heppner while Kenneth's mother,
Mrs. Bert Bleakman, Is in the hos
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Knighten, Mr.
and Mrs. Blaine Chapel, both re
cently returned from a trip to Port-
land which extended over the holi
Max Buschke and Dick Steers
and son Elmer were attending to
matters of busisess at the court
house one day last week.
Mrs. L. J. Burnside and Mr. and
Mrs. Ted Burnside were Sunday
visitors here from the Rood can
Mr. and Mrs. James Brannon
were among those from this com
munity attending the dance at the
Hayes ranch on upper Rhea crek
last Saturday night.
Harvey DeMoss, grade school
principal here, has taken the first
degree in the Odd Fellows lodge,
It is reported that several other
new members are expected to be
taken into the order soon..
The heaviest snow of the winter
fell here last week and at this
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Mr. and Mrs. Whitson have mov
ed their household goods back to
Heppner. They came here a few
months ago for the road work.
Mrs. Crabtree and family were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
The H. E. C. committee is to meet
at the home of Mrs. Geo. Krebs on
Friday, the 18th.
Miss Anna Lee was a visitor at
the Bubeck ranch here recently.
Frances Sherrard was a visitor
here during the holidays.
Deos s are making a big Improve
ment In their yard and are putting
in rock steps.
The grange dance committee an
nounce there will be a dance at
Cecil hall this coming Saturday
The Friendship club met last
Wednesday at the home of ' Mrs.
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Herb Hynd is recovering from his
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