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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1935.
Arthur R. Crawford of San Ra
fael, Cal., and W. Vawter Crawford
of Sausalito, Cal., arrived in the
city Thursday night and visited un
til Saturday afternoon at the home
of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vaw
ter Crawford. Both are employed
in San Francisco, Arthur with Un
derwriter's Report," an insurance
publication, and other trade pub
lications, and Vawter with the Met
ropolltan Casualty company. Their
visit to the bedside of their father
was enforcedly hurried, and they
did not have opportunity to meet
many of their old-time friends.
Lake Beckner of lone, stricken
with an acute attack of appendici
tis at 5 o'clock Friday morning at
the farm home, was rushed, to
Heppner hospital and operated on
at 1 o'clock that afternoon. Though
in serious condition at the time of
the operation, he is reported to be
A. A. McCabe and Bert Johnson
were farmers from the lone district
in the city Monday on business.
Both were smiling broadly over the
fine amount of moisture received
Sunday and Monday which they
believe will be sufficient to bring
the growing wheat crops along
Park Carmichael, in town Mon
day from the Lexington vicinity,
was pleased to report a large
amount of moisture arriving in his
section, which will be of great bene
fit to growing crops. The stand on
the Carmichael place is one of the
best in years, he said.
Mrs. R. A. Thompson who under
went a major operation at Eman
ual hospital, Portland, last Thurs
day, Is reported to be getting along
nicely. Mr. Thompson and Mrs.
Luke Blbby who were with her at
the time, returned home the end of
Thos. Elliott and nephew, Robert
Quick, and W. C. Howard of Mil
ton were in the city Tuesday, Mr.
Elliott interviewing the county
court as a prospective appointee to
the office of state senator to succeed
Jack Allen, resigned.
Clarence Rust spent Saturday
evening visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Merle Venable. He was
enroute from Fossil to Pendleton
where he will be employed with the
Union Pacific Stage company. Ar
Want wells to drill. Have bought
new, up-to-date well drill mounted
on rubber-tired truck. If you want
work done, write me. Charles E.
Lewis, Box 343, Pendleton, or In
quire 221 V4 W. Court St., Will go
any distance. 5-8
Miss Catherine Blsbee, who has
been in Chicago for several months,
has returned to Rochester, Minn.,
to resume work at the Mayo Broth
ers hospital. She 4s the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Bisbee of this
Mrs. Harry Peterson, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bleakman,
entered Heppner hospital Saturday.
Tuesday morning she was operated
on for appendicitis and Is reported
to be recovering nicely.
Mrs. LeRoy Jones and baby
daughters, Ruth and Carta, arrived
Thursday night from their home at
Montesano, Wash., for a visit with
Mrs. Jones' parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Brock and
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cooley of Pen
dleton motored to Heppner Sunday
for a visit at the homes of Mrs.
Josie Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Vaw
Mrs. Everett Hayes and children,
Leland and Mildred, arrived Thurs
day afternoon from Joseph for a
visit at the home of Mra Hayes"
parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Vawter
Mrs. Alonzo Edmundson and
young son, Samuel Carl, are report
ed to be progressing quite well at
Heppner hospital, following a Caes
arian operation on March 21.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Adams have
returned to their Hardman home to
remain for the season after spend
ing the winter at Portland.
Lost Sunday, tire and tube on
rim, between lone and Heppner by
way of Rhea creek. Finder notify
J. D. Cash, Heppner.
Oral Scott, In from Blackhorse
Tuesday, reported a nice lot of
moisture arrived there Saturday
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Moore at the home of Mrs. Corda
Sallng in this city, Sunday, a six
Wanted Stallion cart and single
harness. W. Harold Mason, Lexing
Two good grade yearling Jersey
bulls for sale or trade for pigs. W.
P. Hill, city. 4-6
Radio Repairing. Chas. Wilcox,
503 Elder St., Heppner. 5-8
Boar pig for sale, 150 lbs. $10.
B. H. Peck, Lexington.
IF your kidneys are not working
right and you suffer backache,
dizziness, burning, scanty or too
frequent urination, swollen feet and
ankles; feel lams, stiff, "all tired
out" ... use Doan't HIM.
Thousands rely upon Doan's,
They are praised the country over.
Oet Doan'i PUit today. For sale by
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Brady and
family have moved to Mitchell
where they are engaged in the mer
cantile business, says a ML Vernon
item In last week's John Day Valley
Ranger, which adds Mr. and Mrs.
Brady have been closely associated
with the social and civic activities
of the community and all are wish
ing them every success In their new
location. Mr. and Mrs. Brady are
both former Heppnerites, Mrs. Bra
dy formerly being Miss Blanche
Minor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Leta Babb returned yester
day from Los Angeles where she
went with her son, Mart King, some
ten days ago. She made the drive
home alone, coming from Grants
Pass yesterday. She ' encountered
a heavy storm on the way.
The Women's Christian Mission
ary society will have charge of the
regular Thursday evening prayer
meeting at the Church of Christ,
April 18. A pre-Easter prayer ser
vice will be held. All are invited
Harry Duncan and Alva Jones
are in Pendleton this week attend
ing federal court on Jury duty.
Judge Alger Fee of Portland, for
mer circuit judge In this district, Is
the presiding judge.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Bayless of
Heppner visited at the homes of
Howard Swick and Laurence Coch
ran several days this week. Monu
ment items in John Day Valley
Dr. W. C. Willicutt, Pendleton os
teopath, visited here yesterday with
his friend and schoolmate. Dr. L.
D. Tibbies. The two men attended
school together at Kirksville, Mo.
Roy Campbell, in town this morn
ing from the Social Ridge farm,
brought good reports of growing
conditions following the rain of
Saturday and Sunday.
For Sale Two beds complete,
dresser, rockers, chest, rug, and
breakfast set. All in fine shape.
Cheap for quick sale. Elmer Grif
fith, Morgan, Ore. 5-6
The Altar Society of St. Patrick's
church will have cooked food sale,
including chickens, Saturday before
Easter at Dlx's store.
FOR SALE Eggs and poults,
Mammoth Bronze Turks, market
type. Write for prices. John R.
Sayer, Halsey, Ore. 2-5p
Dr. J. P. Stewart, Eye-Sight Spec
ialist of Pendleton, will be at the
HEPPNER HOTEL on WEDNES
DAY, APRIL 17th.
For Sale Majestic range in per
fect condition, Bridge & Beach
heater, davenport, chair, and baby
buggy. Call 232, city.
Published by the Journalism Class
of HEPPNER HIGH SCHOOL
Assistant Editor Ernest Clark
Humor. H. Bryant, Z. Bundy
Sports (Girls) Ethyl Hughes
(Boys) William McRoberts
Open House Bernard McMurdo
Interviews, Boyd Redding, Margar
et Scott, Katherine Healy, Ray
Class News, Joe Stephens, Marshall
Baseball died out at Heppner high
with a very unsuccessful season in
the spring of 1927. The few dismal
fans thought the sport had depart
ed for good.
But last Friday at the Rodeo field
the "bug" monopolized the grand
stand, baseball came back to Hepp
ner high with a bang, and the team
won its first game of the year by
beating lone in a last inning rally.
A few more games such as the one
last Friday and Heppner high
school baseball will be anchored as
firmly as football or basketball.
A special assembly was held on
Tuesday morning in which Dr. Pol
ing, the Oregon representative of
higher education, spoke about the
desirability of college education
and training. After the assembly
Dr. Poling talked with the seniors,
advising them and answering per
The Open House, presented by the
Heppner public schools Friday, Ap
ril 5, opened at seven o'clock in tie
All the grades and rooms In the
building were full of exhibits made
by the pupils themselves. Of the
high school rooms there was the
typing room, which had on exhibit
an old typewriter, one of the first
ones made, also exhibits of con
tracts, graphs, and designs which
were made on a typewriter. One of
the most important exhibits of the
English room was the novel which
was written by the sophomore Eng
lish class. The exhibits in the geom
etry room that were the most out
standing were the geomtrical de
signs made by the geometry stu
dents. In the home economics room
exhibits of dresses, made by the
clothing students, and pictures and
paintings, made by the art and de
sign students, were displayed. The
chemistry and physics lab, which
was the attraction of the younger
group, had many interesting things,
some of which were experiments
performed and explained by the
students, model engines, and static
machine. The bookkeeping and
shorthand room had exhibits of sets
made in bookkeeping and booklets
written in shorthand by the short
hand students. The biology room
had parts of human skeleton and a
picture of a group of ducks on dis
play. The grade school had various
decorations and exhibits of wha"
they have been doing in their work.
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Last Friday Heppner high de
feated lone high school in a closely
played baseball tilt. Heppner came
from behind to win In the last inn
ing. Following is a play by play
acount of the game.
Inning 1. lone up: McCurdy
Reached first on a short bunt down
the third base line and was credited
with an infield single. Doherty
struck out, and Bryson was out, Gil
man to Van Marter. Davidson was
hit by a pitched ball and Pettyjohn
grounded out to Van Marter, retir
ing the side. No runs, 1 hit, no er
rors. Heppner up: Munkers filed
out to Pettyjohn. Gilman got an In-
Held single on a alow roller to third
and Bryant filed out to Pettyjohn.
McRoberts Hied out to Emert, re
tiring the side. No runs, 1 hit, no
Inning 2. lone up: Emert was
out, Turner to Van Marter. E. Nor-
moyle struck out and Ray flied out
to Turner for the third out No
runs, no hits, no errors. Heppner
up: Van Marter flied out to McCur
dy. Cox flied out to Emert and Tur
ner ended the inning by flying out
to Davidson. No runs, no hits, no
Inning 3. lone up: H. Normoyle
got a free pass to first but was out
pn McCurdys fielder's choice, Gil
man to Turner, with McCurdy safe
at first The next two batters, Do
herty and Bryson, were out, Gilman
to Van Marter. No runs, no hits, no
errors. Heppner up: Drake was
out, Davidson to E. Normoyle, and
Gilliam reached first on an error by
H. Normoyle. Munkers flied out to
Pettyjohn and Gilman ended the
inning by striking out.
Inning 4. lone up: Davidson and
Pettyjohn filed out to Gilman and
Emert struck out, retiring the side.
No runs, no hits, no errors. Hepp
ner up: Bryant struck out Mc
Roberts walked and stole second,
going to third on an overthrow by
Davidson. Van Marter struck out
and Cox got a single Into right field,
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scoring McRoberts. Turner ended
the inning by flying out to Nor
moyle. 1 run, 1 hit, 1 error.
Inning 5. lone up: E. Normoyle
was out, Turner to Van Marter.
Ray flied out to pitcher. H. Nor
moyle struck out but attempted to
reach first when the catcher drop
ped the ball but was out, Bryant to
Van Marter. No runs, no hits, no
errors. Heppner up: Drake reach
ed first on an error by H. Normoyle
and went to second on an error by
Bryson. Gilliam struck out. Mun
kers flied out to McCurdy and Gil
man was out, McCurdy to Nor
moyle. No runs, no hits, 2 errors.
Inning 6. lone up: McCurdy was
out, Gilman to Van Marter. Doher
ty was out. Turner to Van Marter,
and Bryson flied out to Turner, re
tiring the side. No runs, no hits,
no errors. Heppner up: Bryant
was out, Pettyjohn to Normoyle.
McRoberts was out, Davidson to
Normoyle. Van Marter singled and
stole second. Cox was hit by a
pitched ball and Turner filed out
to Doherty. No runs, 1 hit, no er
rors. Inning 7. lone up: Davidson
flied out to Munkers. Pettyjohn
reached first on an error by Tur
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an error by Bryant. E. Normoyle
reached first on a fielder's choice,
forcing Hoskins out at second, Gil
man to Turner. Ray reached first
on an error by Turner and Petty
john and E. Normoyle scored. Nor
moyle struck out, retiring the side.
2 runs, no hits, 3 errors. Heppner
up: Dick struck out. Gilliam reach
ed first on an error by E. Normoyle
and stole second. He advanced to
third on Bryson's error and scored
when Munkers singled. Gilman
reached first on an error by David
son and Munkers advanced to third
on Davidson's error. Bryant sin
gled, scoring Munkers and the game
was over. 2 runs, 2 hits, 3 errors.
TREES PLANTED IN SHERMAN
Moro Many Sherman county far
mers are taking advantage of the
fact that young trees of many kinds
are available at the Oregon State
forestry nursery at Corvallis for
cost of transportation, and are
planting windbreaks and shelter
belts, reports Perry N. Johnston,
county agent Mr. Johnston esti
mates that some 15,000 of these
trees will be planted in Sherman
county this year. Ted Rolfe of
Grass Valley is cooperating with
Air. Johnston in the planting of an
acre of black locust trees to deter
mine if it is profitable to grow these
trees for fence posts.
Kenneth and Vernon Warner,
sons of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Warner,
were in town yesterday from Lex
ington. Miss Prances Doherty underwent
a minor operation at Heppner hos-
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Spinach, 4 lbs. 19c
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