Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, August 27, 1936, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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John W. Maidment of Lone Rock
was, a guest at Hotel Heppner the
first of the week. Mr. Maidment.
pioneer sheepman of the Lone Rock
section, was in Heppner to deliver
four truckloada of lambs whicn
made part of a shipment of four
cars from the local yards Monday
evening. In days gone by he was
a frequent visitor here but of late
years "is calls have been less fre
auent. If a good road were built
into the Lone Rock section from
Heppner, Mr. Maidment and many
others from there would make reg
ular visits to this city.
Miss Minnie Blair Normoyle, niece
or Mr. and Mrs. Lee Beckner of
lone, is appearing In an Important
role in two of the plays being pre
sented at the Fifty-seventh Street
Playhouse, 316 West Fifty-seventh
street, New York. The plays given
each night this week mark the close
of the summer school of The Fea
gin School of Dramatic Art, where
Miss Normoyle has been a student.
Miss Normoyle also gave a group
of songs in recital at the school.
Ben Buschke, Heppner flat far
mer, was shopping around the
county seat Saturday. Mr. Bus
chke is in the midt of harvesting
a 600-acre field of wheat which is
running about 14 bushels to the
acre. He was making inquiries
about the Rodeo and plans to lay
off harvesting at least part of the
show. He expects to have the
grain all in the sack about Sep
tember 5 or 6.
Mrs. Winnie Stewart and daugh
ter of Island county, Washington,
were visitors during the past week
at the home of Ernest Smith and
family in the north Lexington dis
trict. As a girl, Mrs. Stewart at
tended school at Lexington when
S. E. Notson was principal. She and
her daughter left Sunday for their
home, accompanied by Harding
Smith, who will attend school there
this winter.
William O'Rourke of Pendleton
was greeting Heppner friends on
Monday. O'Rourke, now a success
ful creamery operator in the Round
Up city, formerly resided in Hepp
ner and has many acquaintances
here who are always glad to see
him. Garbed in Round-Up attire,
he was putting in a word for the
big western classic which annually
draws thousands of visitors to Pen
dleton. Mrs. Edward Green returned to
Portland Sunday after a visit of
several days wtih her mother, Mrs.
M. L. Curran. Mrs. Curran drove
to Arlington with her daughter and
they were accompanied by Mrs. D.
Lillivand of Long Beach, Cal who
has been a guest at the home of
her sister, Mrs. Henry Cohn.
Frank Gabler, former resident of
Heppner, is enjoying a thriving gar
age business in Monument, where
he has been located several years.
Frank runs a small confectionery
business in connection with the
garage where the thirsty traveler
may quench his thirst and acquire
sweets and other delicacies.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Morgan and
Mrs. Winnie Bibby of Hillsboro
were week end guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Clark. Mrs.
Morgan, who was Laura Clark,
graduated from Heppner high
school and later taught in the
grades here. The party returned
to Hillsboro Monday afternoon.
Cletus Nichols, who has been
farming the J. J. Wells place, has
accepted a job In a Corvallis gar
age and he and Mrs. Nichols de
parted for the college town yester
day. Nichols Is an expert body and
fender man and will have charge
of that department in the new
Mr. and Mrs, Jos. Snyder return
ed Sunday from a pleasant two
weeks vacation spent at Seaside.
They report delightful weather at
the beach and in Portland, where
they made a short visit j
John Anglin and family returned
Saturday from a two weeks vaca
tion trip which took them to Seat
tle and down the Oregon coast and
Redwood highways to a point be
low Eureka, Cal.
County Commissioner George
Peck was in Heppner Monday on
business matters. He brought In
a cargo of plums which were read
ily taken by local merchants.
Want Ads
Lost Small gold forest service
badge; reward. Return to this office.
make piano near Heppner. Will
sacrifice for unpaid balance. A
snap. Easy terms. Write Tallman
Piano Store, Salem, Ore. 25-27
Four aged fine bucks for sale. O.
C. Stephens, Hardman. 24-28p
For Sale Good cow, just fresh,
and calf. Chris Brown, city. 24-25.
Peaches Albertas, Hales, Mulrs.
Ready now at the W. T. Bray
Ranch, Umatlla, Ore. 23-24.
Will trade wood for 30-30 carbine.
Homer Tucker, Heppner. 23-24p.
Wanted girl 20-25 for housekeep
ing. Must be good housekeeper &
cook. Good wages. Answer Pen
dleton P. O. Box 697.
For Sale At a bargain, 8-room
house and 4 acres of land in the
city limits of Heppner. Inquire at
Green's Feed store. 22-25.
For Sale Range Btove, battery
radio, 11 doz. fruit jars. Tom Bey
mer, city. 22-23pd.
For Sale 62 acres, 56 under irri
gation; buildings; best alfalfa land.
For Information write Mrs. Flor
ence Myers, Boardman, Ore.
Maternity and convalescent cases
cared for in my hotre. Mrs. J. B.
Cason. 6tf.
Mrs. Harry Storey and daughter
Ruth of Sardis, British Columbia
are guests of relatives in Heppner
this week. Mrs. Storey was Grace
Hager, and she is visiting Miss Lu
lu Hager, and the J. O. Hager and
Dr. A. D. McMurdo families. This
is Mrs. Storey's first visit to the old
home town in 26 years and she
finds many changes.
J. Frank Barlow and son Guy,
service station operators of Board
man, were transacting business in
Heppner, Saturday. Frank has
been taking life a little easier the
last few months, a move made nec
essary by a breakdown in health.
He is feeling better now and has
spent considerable time with his
Mrs. O. C. Groshong and daugh
ter, Helen, and son, James, and
Bert Heeman were Sunday guests
of Mrs. M. L. Curran. Their home
is in White Salmon, Wash.
Lee Scrivner and family were in
Heppner Tuesday from the Demo
crat Gulch farm. Lee had just
finished threshing and reports a
good yield.
J. J. Wells and son Tom spent
the fore part of .the week in Port
land on business. They drove to
the city Sunday, returning Wed
nesday. E. J. Merrill, Hardman farmer
and civic leader, was looking after
business matters in the county seat
Hy Hoffman of Boardman was
looking after business matters and
visiting friends in Heppner Satur
day. Will take care of children during
Rodeo. Mrs. Casha Shaw, city.
Mrs. Beulah Bell visited her bro
ther and sister-in-law last week.
Zetta Bleakman went to work at
the Jim Hams farm the first of the
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lovgren were
visiting friends and relatives here
Mrs. LaVelle Hams, Mrs. W. H.
Farrens, Dolly Farrens and Mildred
McDaniel were shopping in Hepp
ner Saturday .
Mr. and Mrs. Bill DeVore and
grandson, Dale DeVore, of Pendle
ton were visiting Bill's father, B.
F. DeVore, over the week end.
Mrs. Frank Howell returned to
Monument the first of the week. She
has spent most of the summer here.
John Howell and Sophia Cox and
daughter were visiting friends here
Mrs. Ada Cannon and daughters
motored to Pendleton Wednesday.
Miss Muriel Farrens is spending
the week at the Frank Young home
near lone.
Vern McDaniel is spending a few
dnys visiting at the Cannon home.
Archie and Grace Leathers, and
Mann Neal spent a few days here
last week visiting friends and rel
atives. Mrs. Wes Stevens and Lois were
visited in Heppner Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McDon
ald went to Heppner Saturday to
consult a physician about an injured
hand Raymond had received work
ing at Roy Robinson's ranch.
Josephine Mahoney, democratic
candidate for county clerk, was
campaigning here Monday.
Delsie Chapel cleaned house Sat
urday, getting the rooms ready for
Mr. Tompkins, the primary teach
er in the Hardman school.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Fisk motored
up from Arlington Sunday to get
their daughter, Marlene, who has
been spending the week with her
grandmother, Mrs. C. H. McDaniel.
Mrs. Jim Burnside, Mr. and Mrs.
Blaine Chapel and Mrs. Ted Burn
side, attended the 25th wedding an
niversary celebration at the Clyde
Swift home. Mr. and Mrs. Swift
received a lovely set of silverware,
presented by relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Burnside and
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burnside mo
tored to The Dalles Thursday.
Mrs. Owen Leathers is visiting
give Springtime
zest to our
with rich cream
or in delicious
Fried Chicken
her husband at the Ant Hill lookout
Ruth Nyland, Miss Morris and
William Robison visited friends here
Pat Bleakman is working for
Mrs. Lawrence Flemming this week.
Mrs. Sam McDaniel, Jr., is work
ing for Mrs. Ray Wright while she
is ill.
Darrel Farrens took a bunch of
horsse to Heppner Saturday for
the Rodeo.
A large group of folks from here
attended the Rodeo tryouts and the
theater in Heppner Sunday.
Duff McKitrick, Darrel Farrens
and Darold Hams rode in the try
outs. These boys think they have
some tough buckers as none of the
three was able to ride his mount.
Mrs. Lewis Batty and Nels Knigh
ten were in Heppner Friday. Mrs.
Batty received a cut on her leg
from a saw which had been left in
the back of a car in the garage.
She was consulting a physician
about the wound.
Mrs. R. L. Page and family came
over Monday from Mt Hood and
are staying at the home of Mrs.
Page's uncle, Fan Miller. They ex
pect to stay until after the Rodeo.
Mrs. Jim Mams, Mrs. Frank Mc
Daniel and Miss Dolly Farrens were
shopping in Heppner Saturday.
Leon Chapin and Delbert Robi
son are working for Glenn Farrens
this week.
Pat Healy was taken to the hos
pital last Wednesday at Pendleton.
It was found he had spinal menin
gitis. He is reported doing nicely
Miss Betty McKenzie is visiting
Virginia Compton this week.
Mae Wurster of Umatilla is vis
iting Elizabeth Slanger.
John Jenkins made a trip to Se
attle last we-ik and returnedetao
attle last week, bringing Mrs. Jen
kins home with him.
Mr. and Mrs. Downs are moving
to Portland this week. They were
living on the Clarence Berger place.
Mr. and Mrs. McKutchen have
bought the King place and intend
to move soon. Mrs. McKutchen Is
Mrs. Fisher's sister.
Mrs. S. A. Erickson visited at the
Lubbes and Baker homes last week.
Barbara Markoskl is home from
normal school for a short vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barlow and son
of Eugene are visiting friends and
relatives here this week.
Frank Ackerman spent the week
end in Boardman.
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Macomber re
turned last week from a fishing
trip on Rogue river.
The Ed, Ray and J. F. Barlow
and Coats families motored to Lex
ington for Sunday.
Miss Jeanette Turner hs resigned
her position as high school teacher
at Boardman.
Harlan Lundell and Nels Kris
tensen made a trip to Ritter last
week where Mr. Kristensen looked
at his sheep.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Macomber
are visiting this week with Mr. and
Mrs. Nate Macomber.
Peter Farley and Harlan Lundell
took a load of watermelons to The
Dalles Tuesday.
The Townsend club' are having a
picnic next Sunday at Warner's
Every Afternoon but Sunday
Night Horse Show
with Kellogg Arabians
and Platoon Cavalry
added features
Outstanding Exhibits
Amusements and
Free Entertainment
Children Under 14 Free
camp ground. Dinner begins at
11:30 and program at 1:30. Every
one is invited.
Dave Johnson visited on the pro
ject over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Black, Naomi,
Marvin and Ralph went to Astoria
last week.
Mrs. Thorp's granddaughter is
visiting her.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Neill and Guy
Moore motored to Salem Friday to
attend the wedding of Miss Alma
Neill, who became the bride of El
don Kenton of Salem, at the home
of Rev. Guy Drill Saturday eve
ning at eight o'clock. The young
couple will make their home at
C. H. Bartholomew returned on
Sunday afternoon from Washington
where he has been looking after
his sheep. Mr. Bartholomew plans
on shipping his sheep to Chicago
the latter part of the week.
Miss Neva Neill accepted a po
sition the first of the week to teach
the first grade in the Heppner
schools for this coming year. Mrs.
Ollie Neill and daughters moved to
Heppner Tuesday where they will
occupy the Bartholomew house.
Miss Mabel Rauch is staying at
the E. R. Wattenburger home for a
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wattenburger
and E. B. Wattenburger went to
Prosser, Wash.. Saturday and re
turned home with 13 .boxes of
John Healy was a business visitor
in Pendleton Saturday.
Mrs. Marion Finch and daughters
Betty and Patty attended a home
economics meeting at the home of
Mrs. Rose French.
H. E. Young and son Lowell went
to Yakima Monday after peaches.
Mrs. Ollie Neill and daughters,
Neva, Oleta and Lenna, were vis
itors at the T. J. O'Brien home Fri
day afternoon.
Donald Plourd of near Pendleton
is visiting at the home of his grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Neill.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jarmon were
callers at the Jim Daly home Sun
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