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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1936.
By BEULAH NICHOLS
The following is a clipping from
the Chicago Tribune of recent date:
"A score of years from now Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Beach will be able
to view once more their wedding
which was read by Dr. John Rush
ton Heywood in the St. Thomas Me
morial Congregational church, 64th
PI. and Homan Ave. Moving pic
tures were made of the ceremony
which took place at 8:30 o'clock the
evening of April 8.
A farewell party for Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Schriever was given at
the Lexington grange hall Satur
day night About 85 guests were
present and enjoyed games until a
late hour when refreshments of ice
cream and cake were served. The
honor guests were presented with
a gift Mr. and Mrs. Schriever ex.
pect to move to Canby to make
their home alter we ciose oi school
The next meeting of the Lexing
ton Home Economics club will be
on Thursday afternoon, May 14, at
the home of Mrs. J. E. Gentry.
The high school students and
teachers held a picnic at the Bau
man ranch on Willow creek last
Wm. D. Campbell and Herbert
Lewis went to Condon Monday eve
ning to attend a meeting of the
Mr. and Mrs. Myles Martin and
children went to Portland the first
of the week to attend the funeral
of Mr. Martin's mother, Mrs. L. H.
Martin, who passed away Sunday.
At a recent meeting of the Ross
wood association in Corvallis, Ed
Burchell, a student at Oregon State,
was installed as president of the
Mrs. Harry Duvall returned home
Tuesdav afternoon from a short
visit with relatives in Stanfleld,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Whillock of
Heppner are moving into the
Strodtman house. ,They drove to
The Dalles Saturday asd returned
with a new car.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Palmer have
moved to the Ashbaugh ranch near
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. D. Campbell
and daughter and Miss Shirlee
Smith spent Sunday in the moun
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Steagall and
two children of Seneca spent last
week at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Wilbur Steagall in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester White spent
the week end in Portland.
A large number of Lexington
baseball fans attended the opening
game of the Wheatland league at
Heppner Sunday afternoon,
Harold Mason was in town Thurs'
A salesman from the J. K. Gill
company of Portland was calling
on local firms Thursday afternoon,
Miss Gladys Graves spent the
week end with friends in Board
Mayor T. L. Barnett, Sylvannus
Wright and Clarence Carmichael
went to Pendleton Thursday to at
tend a meeting of the League of
Mrs. George Newton of Hillsboro
spent the week end visiting her son.
Willard Newton, who is a teacher
in the local school.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Matlock and
family of The Dalles have been vis
iting Mrs. Matlock's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Sylvannus Wright
Mr. and Mrs. Oral Scott were vis
itors in Pendleton Saturday.
Kenneth Palmer, Elwynne and
Kenneth Peck, Woodrow Tucker,
Bill and Jack Van Winkle, Keith
Gentry, Robert Campbell and Clay.
ton Davis spent the week end in
the mountains on a fishing trip but
report that they had no luck.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Munkers and
Mrs. W. R. Munkers spent Monday
George Tucker of Oregon City
was a week-end guest of his sister
Mrs. Arthur Hunt
Herbert Lewis spent the week end
Miss Betty Skyle3, fifth and sixth
grade teacher, visited with relatives
in Portland over the week end.
The Lexington troop of the Boy
Scouts of America are holding
Scout court of honor and publi
demonstration at 7:30 p. m., Tues
day, May 12, in the Lexnigton school
auditorium. The public is invited,
Mr. and Mrs. Tilman Hogue, Mr.
and Mrs. Adolph Maieske, Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Smith and Leonard
McMillan were dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Ted McMillan Sunday.
Lexington high school was de
feated by lone in a baseball game
Wednesday afternoon on the local
At the P. T. A. meeting Wednes
day evening Mrs. A. M. Edwards
was elected president for next year,
William D. Campbell, vice presi
dent, and Willard C. Newton, sec
retary-treasurer. The association
voted to help finance the tennij
court which is to be built on the
school grounds in the near future.
Following the business meeting a
program was given under the di
rection of Miss Smith and Miss
Skyles. This included clog dancing,
two playlets and a first aid demon
stration. Leonard McMillan and a friend
from Yakima spent a few days this
week visiting at the Ted McMillan
home. They left for Portland and
Salem Thursday, accompanied by
E. D. McMillan.
George Peck and Herbert Lewis
have purchased new Plymouths,
R. B. Wilcox of Hermiston was
a visitor at the Tilman Hogue ranch
one day last week.
Mrs. Archie Padberg is ill at her
home in this city. She is being
cared for by Mrs. Casha Shaw.
The high school boys are prepar
ing for a minstrel show to be given
in the high school auditorium Fri
day night May 8.
Miss Genevieve Hanna, Mrs. Ru
pert Stout and Mrs. John Hanna
of Heppner were guests of Miss
Delpha Merritt Monday.
A representative of the Bur
roughs Adding Machine company
was in town Friday.
Friends here have received the
news that Mrs. Tillie Boshart, for
merly Miss Tillie Nelson, has brok
en a bone in her foot and is in a
hospital in Independence.
Mrs. Ted McMillan and daugh
ters, Delpha Merritt and Georgi-
ana were guests of Mrs. Charles
Wilcox in Heppner Saturday.
Dr. F. W. Clarke, the Eye-Sight
Specialist of Portland, will be in
lone Thursday, May 7th, at the
Harris Hotel. In Heppner Friday,
May 8th, at the Heppner Hotel.
See him about your eyes.
Never before have you been
able to buy euch a quality elec
tric range at auch a low price.
Hotpoint'i beautiful new Mi
llie model called "The
DORIAN" comes equipped
with Hi-apeed Calrod Surface
Unite and handy Thrift Cooker.
PRICE ONLY $ 105.70
See It at PACIFIC POWER
PIANO IN STORAGE: Excep
tional bargain. Small size beautiful
piano for some one in this vicinity.
Terms given. Write Credit Dept.,
O. Box 75, Spokane, Wash , 7-10
By MARGARET BLAKE
The Past Noble Grand club of
the Rebekah lodge was entertained
last Friday afternoon by Mrs. Ella
Davidson. A delightful program
arranged by the hostess assisted by
Mrs. C. W. Swanson and Mrs. Cleo
Drake was enjoyed by the guests.
Arter regular business delicious re
freshments were served. Members
present were Mesdames Wallace
Mathews, C. W. Swanson, Cleo
Drake, F. A. Lundell, E. R, Lun
dell, J. E. Swanson, Clel Rea, Ida
Fletcher and Victor Rietman. Oth
er guests were Mrs. Ture Peterson,
Mrs. H. D. McCurdy, Mrs. F. S.
Hughes, Mrs. George Tucker, Mrs.
J. P. O Meara, Mrs. Omar Rietmann,
Mrs. Garland Swanson and Miss
H. E. Yarnell took Mrs. Yarnell
to The Dalles Saturday for medical
examination. Mrs. Yarnell re
mained there fo necessary medical
Alton Yarnell is showing steady
improvement after his attack of
inflamatory rheumatism. He is be
ing cared for by Mrs. Henry Clark
while his mother has to remain in
Mrs. Ida Montague and daughter
of Toppenish, Wash., have been vis
iting Mrs. Fred Buchanan and other
relatives for a week or more.
Miss Mildred Smitn came up
from The Dalles Saturday to visit
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cole
Smith. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
Hoeck, her uncle and aunt of The
Dalles, also visited at the Smith
home. The party returned home
on Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Balsiger vis
ited on Sunday with Mr. Balsiger's
brothers, Fred and Dr. John, at
their homes at White Salmon, Wn
They report a delightful trip, find
ing the apple trees in full bloom
and the countryside in spring ar
Mr. and Mrs. Laxton McMurray
have purchased the residence prop
erty of Loren Hale. Mr. and Mrs.
Hale will depart for the Willamette
valley to make their home as soon
as school is over. Their daughter,
Miriam, is a senior in the local high
Mrs. Delia Mobley is moving into
the residence formerly owned by
Dr. and Mrs. Clyde Walker.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Christopher
son and family visited relatives in
Portland and The Dalles Saturday
Albany spent several days of last
week with Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hale.
Mrs. Westbrook is a sister of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Westbrook of
Mrs. Cole Smith is at the Beck-
ner farm while Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Beckner make a short trip to Wash
Mr. and Mrs. Garland Swanson
have purchased the Emily McMur
ray house and will take immediate
possession. They plan extensive
improvements on the property.
Miss Mary Van Vactor came up
from The Dalles Saturday. She re
turned home Sunday accompanied
by her mother, Mrs; Sam Van Vac
tor who had spent a week at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Edward
The following new books have
been placed on the rental shelf of
the library: "The White Headed
Eagle," Richard Gill Montgomery;
'Seven League Boots, Richard
Haliburton, "The Exile," Pearl S.
Buck, "North to the Orient,"- Ann
Lindbergh, "The Hurricane," Nord
hoff and Hall, Valiant is the Word
for Carrie," Barry eBnefleld.
The local high school baseball'
team journeyed to Condon last
Thursday where they defeated their
opponents 5 to 0. Herbert Davidson
pitched and Francis Bryson caught
Highway Safety was the sub
ject of the lecture hour at Willows
grange last Saturday night. A pro
gram of both serious and comical
vein was presented. "In My Metry
Oldsmobile," sung by the audience,
was the opening number, followed
by a roll call to which all officers
answered by giving a safety slogan
A paper giving interesting informa
tion on the subject "When you drive
after dark," was read by Mrs. J. O.
Kincaid. Miss Harriet Heliker
sang "I Heard You Go By" and a
skit, "Life as It Aint" was pre'
sented by Margaret Ann and Mar
ion Krebs. Karleen and Henry
Krefos each gave a reading appro
priate to the subject of the pro
gram. A duet, "The Lonesome
Road," was sung by Mary Lundell
and Leola Brinkman. I. R. Robi
son of lone gave a splendid talk
on "Highway Safety and First Aid."
Road Jokes by Mrs. J. O. Kincaid
and a reading by O. B. Spaulding
were concluding numbers and the
hour was ended with the singing
of "Highways Are Happy Ways"
by everyone. During the regular
business meeting O. B. Spaulding
was presented with a Past Master's
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
ALVIN KLEINFELDT, Pastor
Bible School S:45 a. m.
Morning services . 11 a. m.
C. E. Society 6:30 p. m.
Evening services 7:30 p. m.
Choir rehearsal, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.
Widweek service, Thursday, 7:30 p. m.
Morning sermon, "What Manner
of Man is This?"
Endeavorers who attended the
C. E. convention in Eugene will
give brief reports of the meeting at
the evening service.
Evening sermon, "Visiting Our
JOSEPH POPE. Pastor.
Sunday School 9?45 a. m.
Public worship 11:00 a. m. An
them, "Where He Leads Me," Ow
en. Solo, "A Little Prayer," Ben
ard Hamblen, Miss Lillian E. Pe
Epworth League 7:00 p. m.
Evening worship 8:00 p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday eve
The Ladies Aid will meet next
Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 at
You are always welcome at all
the services of our church.
AIA SAINTS' CHURCH.
Ralph V. Hinkle, Archdeacon.
9:45 a. m., church school.
11 a. m., Holy communion and
The public is invited.
SCHOOL MAY FETE
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man assisted in managing ine
She was a member of San boucl
Rebekah lodge of this city.
Surviving relatives include the
widower, Ben Crisman: mother,
Mrs. Isabella Corrigall of Echo;
three sisters, Mrs. T. J. O'Brien of
Echo, Mrs. Fred Hoskins of lone,
and Mrs. Wilbur Gorley of Hepp
ner; brother, Ralph Corrigall of
Echo, and a cousin, Herbert Cor
rigall of Vale.
The family has the sympathy of
the community in their bereave
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Ray Lundell, 1
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5 24 17
Two base hits, R. Massey, Rod,
man,, A. Massey, Thomson; three
base hit, R. Massey; double play,
Bucknum to Rodman to Turner;
bases on balls, off Davidson 6, off
Blankenship 1; struck out by Da
vidson 3, by Ekleberry 1, by Blan
kenship 5; hit by pitched ball, Alt
ers by Davidson; earned runs,
Heppner 7. Umpires Miller and
CALL FOR WARRANTS.
School Dist. No. 59, Heppner, will
pay outstanding warrants num
bered 105, 106, 107, 108, on presen
tation to Heppner Branch, First
National Bank of Portland. In
terest ceases May 1, 1936.
MRS. W. F. PETTYJOHN,
Dr. Culbertson Honored
By Friends in Michigan
Many friends of Dr. A. P. Cul
bertson, who practiced medicine
here from 1913 to 1918, will be in
terested to know that he is still
alive and enjoying life at his pres
ent home in Stanton, Mich. In the
Clipper-Herald of that city recent
ly was contained an account of a
nartv tendered the doctor on his
Dr. Culbertson was born Marcn
12, 1857, at Lacross, Wisconsin. He
graduated from Rochester, Minn.,
high school in 1873, and entering
University of Michigan, graduated
with his M. D. degre In 1884. He
first practiced in Brookings, s. JJ.,
moving to Vlckeryville, Mich., in
Wb married Miss Minnie Nichol
son in 1897, and because of failing
health of Mrs. Culbertson, came to
TTennner in 1913. Mrs. Culbertson
died in September of that year, and
Mr. Culbertson returned to Micni-
gan In the fall of 1916. A daugh
Mrs. Lucille McAtee. with her
two sons reside in Heppner, and
they expect to depart lmmeaiaieiy
after the close of school for a visit
with Dr. Culbertson in Michigan.
The doctor was married in June,
1917, to Mrs. Ella Fawier or .Bloom
er, Mich. The doctor was remem
bered by many friends on his birth
starting at 7:30 and featuring chor
uses from the grade and high
schools of the county. Mrs. E. F.
Bloom, Miss Juanita Leathers, Har
old Buhman and Stan Atkins are
the directing committee. The Irri
gon and Heppner school bands will
also be combined, offering three
selections. No charge for this
event will be made, and everyone
attending is assured a fine musical
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to express our sincere
thanks to all the kind neighbors and
friends for their help and expres
sions of sympathy in our bereave
THE CORRIGALL FAMILY,
Dr. J. P. Stewart, Eye-Sight Spec
ialist of Pendleton, will be at the
HEPPNER HOTEL on WEDNES
DAY, MAY 6TH.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has been appointed
by the County Court of the State
of Oregon for Morrow County, ad
ministratrix of the Estate of S. E.
Moore, deceased. All persons hav
ing claims against said estate are.
hereby notified to present the same,
duly verified as by law required,
with proper vouchers attached, to
the undersigned at the law office of
Bert Johnson in lone, Oregon, with
in six months from the date of the
first publication of this notice.
Date of first publication of this
notice, April 30, 1936.
IDA B. MUUE,
Administratrix of the Estate of
S. E. Moore, Deceased,
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