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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER; OREGON, THURSDAY, DEC. 3, 1936.
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Crawford spent
Thanksgiving with Heppner rela
tives, coming over from their home
at Madras Wednesday night and rer
turning Sunday. They were din
ner guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank S. Parker. Mr. Craw
ford is editor of the Madras Pioneer.
Their daughter, Miss Jean Craw
ford, teacher at Lexington, and
friend, Clyde Dunham of Portland,
were visitors at the same time.
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Mahoney, Wil
liam Kilkenny and William Doherty
constituted a party of local U.-W.
supporters who enjoyed seeing the
university trounce W. S. C, at Se
attle Thanksgiving day. Dr. J. H.
McCrady accompanied them as far
as Cle Elum, Wash., where he spent
the festive day at the home of his
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Devin were
business visitors in town Friday
from the Sand Hollow farm. Their
advanced years prevent them from
getting to town as often as they
might like, though both have been
enjoying quite good health of late.
Their daughter, Mrs. Merle Kirk,
was a visitor at the same time.
Mrs.' George J. Currin, pioneer
Morrow county resident, writes
from her home at Gresham that she
and Mr. Currin have been enjoying
quite good health this winter. The
weather at Gresham so far has re
sembled eastern Oregon winter
weather, being quite dry and cold
with a prevailing east wind.
Lawrence Beach, farm implement
repesentative, was a business visitor
in the city Monday from Lexington.
Mr. Beach said seeding of wheat is
generally completed in the lower
country though some farmers have
held back part of their land expect
ing to seed winter wheat in January
or spring wheat later.
Joe Green and Francis Nickerson
were University of Oregon students
at home for Thanksgiving. On the
return they accompanied Marshall
Fell as far as Portland, Marshall
having also spent Thanksgiving . at
home from the city where he is em
ployed as a deliveryman.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barlow re
turned home the end of the week
from Portland where they spent
Thanksgiving with Mrs. Barlow's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Akers,
and Mr. Barlow also took in the
convention of county clerks' state
Prewitt Cox and daughter Gene
vieve returned to Heppner the first
of the week after taking Mrs. Cox
back to Oregon City, in answer to
word that his father James H. Cox
was not so well.
John Turley, in town Tuesday
from the Justus farm, said he ex
pected to leave in a few days for
the Willamette valley to spend the
winter near Eugene as is his annual
J. H. Ledbetter was here Friday
from lone. He expected to leave
last week end for his old home in
North Carolina where he will spend
most of the winter with his father.
Miss Jean Adkins, daughter of
Mrs. R. E. Driskell of Eight Mile,
underwent an operation for rup
tured appendix at Heppner hospital
W. F. Palmateer, pioneer farmer
of the Morean district, was reported
ill with influenza at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. H. 0. Ely, in lone.
Captain von Seeth who has been
assisting Capt. W. R. Reynolds here
for two weeks left yesterday for
Moro to join the staff of Co. 2114.
Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Furlong re
turned the end of the week from
Portland, where they spent several
days on business and pleasure.
C. N. McLaughlin was a business
visitor in the city the end of the
week from the Lena farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Palmateer of
Morgan were business visitors in
the city Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alden Blankenship
were among local who enjoyed
the U. of W.-W. S. C. football game)
at Seattle xnanKsgivmg aay.
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Knoblock
were in town Monday from their
home near Boardman. enjoying
greeting their many friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bowker were
business visitors in the city Monday
from the Alpine farm.
Sheriff Bauman motored to Port
land Saturday on business.
Carl Allyn, lone barber, was a
business visitor Monday.
Phil Hirl was in town yesterday
from the Lena district.
LEX CALF CLUB NEWS.
Mrs. Roy Campbell was hostess
to the Lexington Calf club which
met at her home November 6. Nine
members were present, also 14 oth'
ers interested in club work. After
discussion of different phases of
beef cattle raising, the president,
Donald Campbell, announced two
contests which are to be held. Com
mittees of parents were appiinted
to grade the members' work. At
the 4 H picnic next spring, the prizes
will be given one to the member
scoring best in judging, the other to
the one ranking the best club mem
ber. Mrs Julian Rauch announced
she was organizing a sewing club
in the Lexington district.
The Busy Bee Sewing club held
its first meeting in the lunch room
of the schoolhouse November 12.
Mrs. Julian Rauch, as leader, and
Mrs. Rodgers were present. Eleven
members were signed at the first
meeting. For president, Joyce Bid
die was unanimously elected. Oth
er officers are Mae Rauch, vice
president; Mae Edmundson, secre
tary, and Jean Rauch, treasurer.
The calf and sewing club leaders
decided that the clubs should both
meet at the same place the first Fri
day of each month. The next meet
ing will be held at the home of Mrs.
Frank Edmundson, Dec. 5.
A 4-H fund party was given at
the C. N. Biddle home Nov. 19,
Everyone enjoyed the evening of
dancing and games. Dan Way and
Stanley Way played the violin and
guitar for the dance music. Every
one present over nine years, the
minimum club age, paid 15 cents
into the club treasury. Lunch was
served. A total of $6 was taken in.
A number of fund parties will be
given by the different club parents
during the winter.
Joyce Biddle, Reporter.
By LA VERN BAKER
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lubbes left
Friday for a short visit and business
trip to Newberg, their former home.
Guy Chapin of Hardman has been
visiting at the Jones home during
Thanksgiving vacation. He is Mrs.
Jones' brother. His son, Leon Cha
pin, and Mrs. Mary Coats, Mrs.
Claude Coats' mother, also spent
the Thanksgiving holidays at the
Coats home. They all spent Thanks
giving day at the Jones home. Mr.
and Mrs. Claude Coats and LaVern
Baker were also guests.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Skoubo and chil
dren spent Thanksgiving day at the
T. E. Hendricks home.
Dallas Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. El
don Wilson of Le Grange spent
Thanksgiving day in Boardman vis
iting relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Spagle spent the
holidays with Mrs .Spagle's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Packard.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barlow and Mr.
and Mrs. Zerl Gillespie and two
sons were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Barlow on Thanksgiving.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ingles, Miss El
inore Tildon, and Miss C. Brennon
spent the holidays in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Theron Anderson,
Miss Helen Glenn, and Miss Marie
Ledbetter spent their holidays
around La Grande.
Miss Josephine McEntire who is
training in Pendleton hospital spent
Thanksgiving day with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John McEntire.
Doris Fish of Arlington spent the
week end with Miss Imogene Wil
son. Mike Healy of Portland spent the
holidays with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Mike Healy.
Elizabeth Slanger of La Grande
who is attending normal school there
spent the week end at her home.
Helen Slanger who is working in
Pendleton was also home.
Thanksgiving evening a combina
tion skating and dance was held at
the grange holl. It was pick-up mu
sic and everyone reported a good
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hadley and
son, Mr. and Mrs. Howell, and Mr.
and Mrs. Myers and two daughters
enjoyed a lovely dinner at the Jay
nes home on Thursday.
Amateur skating night was held
last Saturday with many who had
not tried skates before joining in the
sport. Everyone reported a good
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown returned
home Wednesday after a short va
cation in Walla Walla and La
H. B. Thomas and two children
spent Friday in Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Allen and chil
dren were guests at the Ely home
Ada Mae Harford spent the holi
day in Portland visiting her mother,
Mrs. Jack Harford.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Delano and Mr.
and Mrs. Kruse spent Thanksgiving
at the Glenn Mackan home in Her
miston. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lubbes were
guests at the Louis Bush home on
A very interesting Thanksgiving
program was given at the school
house Wednesday afternoon. It was
the orchestra's first appearance this
year. The F. F. A. boys gave a
sketch of their coming play, "When
a Feller Needs a Friend," which is
to be presented Dec. 12.
A festive time was had at the John
McEntire home on Thanksgiving
day with covers laid for Mr. and
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McEntire, Daisy Walpole of La
Grande, and the John McEntirt fam
ily. The Ladies Aid bazaar will be
held on Friday, Dec. 4, at the church.
A good display will be on hand for
Mr. and Mrs. Ford and children
spent the week end in Walla Walla
Mr. and Mrs. Bleakly and family
of Echo have moved to the old Bell
ranch. Mr. Bleakley farmed on a
place on the highway last year. Mrs.
Bleakly is Mr. Weston's step-daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Sundsten spent the
holidays in Arlington visiting the
Wes Bottemiller family.
Mr. and Mrs. Farrens and daugh
ter moved to Westland last week.
They have been living on the old
Charlie Wicklander place.
Miss Barbara Narkoski who is go
ing to La Grande normal school
spent the week end at home. Miss
Lois Messenger also spent the holi
days at home. Both girls returned
The grange has nearly completed
the building built on to the main
hall. It is to contain a kitchen and
dining room. The men have been
working on it for several weeks and
it will prove a great improvement.
The Oscar Lundell family of Wil
low creek were over for the dance
First Home Game
FRIDAY, DEC. 5th
HEPPNER vs. ECHO
Time: Preliminary Game 7:30 p. m.
High School Game 8:30 p. m.
Admission 10c and 25c
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at the grange hall Thanksgiving
night and helped to furnish music.
Mrs. Bechdolt is spending an ex
tended vacation with her mother in
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Root spent
Thanksgiving in Umatilla at the
home of Mr. Root's brother. Mr.
Root's parents had just returned
from a four-year stay in California
and found this weather not quite
what they were used to.
Mrs. Helen Doney and daughter
are spending a short time with Mrs.
Doney's mother, Mrs. Alta Russell.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bates and Mr.
Simmon Gent returned Monday
from a two weeks' visit in Longview,
By MRS. W. C. ISOM
Chester Wilson and Miss Rose
Corey were united in marriage at
the home of the bride's mother, Mrs.
E. Fagerstrom, at Roseburg, Thurs
day, Nov. 26. They returned Tues
day. The good wishes of all their
friends are extended the young peo
ple. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Perusses from
Yakima were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Roscoe Williams Thanksgiving. Mrs.
Perusse is a sister of Mrs. Williams.
Wayne Caldwell, who is attending
O. S. C. at Corvallis, spent the holi
days with the home folks.
Floyd McCullum of Portland was
a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Eddy