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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1937.
THE HEPPNER GAZETTE,
Established March 30, 1883;
THE HEPPNER TIMES,
Established November 18, 1897;
CONSOLIDATED FEBRUARY 15, 1912
Published every Thursday morning by
CRAWFORD PUBLISHING COMPANY
and entered at the Post Office at Hepp
ner, Oregon, as second-class matter,
JtVSPER V. CRAWFORD, Editor
SPENCER CRAWFORD, Manager
ThrPA Ypnrs .... 5.00
Six Months 100
Three Months .'5
Single Copies .05
Offloial Paper for Morrow County
1937 MARCH 1937
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By MARGARET BLAKE
The Women's Topic club held its
April study meeting at the home of
Mrs. D. M. Ward in Heppner last
Saturday afternoon. Miss Emmer
Maynard, Mrs. Viola Ldeuallen and
Mrs. Agnes Wilcox were hostesses
with Mrs. Ward. Fourteen members
and two guests enjoyed the pro
gram which told of the growth and
development of Oregon ' industries
Mrs. Norma Rea was elected to mem
bership in the club to fill the place
left vacant by the withdrawal of
Mrs. Juanita Rietmann. Delicious
refreshments were served at the
close of the meeting.
J. C. Callandra of Hood River
came up Saturday to visit his wife
who is staying at the home of her
sister, Mrs. O. G. Haguewood, for a
School was closed Tuesday shortly
after noon so that the teachers might
start for Spokane where they will
attend the Inland Empire Teacher's
association meeting for the next
Delbert Emert was a week-end
visitor in Portland. His mother,
Mrs. W, A. Emert, and his sister, Pa
tricia, also went down, Mrs. Emert
going for medical treatment for an
injury she received a number of
years ago in an automobile accident
and from which she never recovered
Van Rietmann has been quite ill
with flu for the past week. He is
Eileen and Charlotte Sperry went
to Heppner Tuesday to spend several
days with Mrs. Venice Ahalt.
The H. E. club of Willows grange
will hold an all day meeting for
quilting and fancy work at the home
of Mrs. J. H. Bryson on Friday, April
16. A pot luck dinner will be served
Donald McElligott returned to
school at Beaverton last Wednesday
after spending his Easter vacation
at the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. McElligott. He was taken
as far as Hood River by Lee Hol
boke. E, R. Lundell and E. J. Bristow
were Pendleton visitors Sunday, go
ing over to bring back a new car
for the latter.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Blake of Kin
rua were at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Blake Monday. They
were accompanied by Mrs. H. E.
Cole and son of Heppner who will
visit at their home for some time.
Paul G. Balsiger went to Pendle
ton Tuesday where he was called to
serve on the federal grand jury.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Corley went
to Ritter Tuesday. Mr. Corley
hoped to find relief from pain he has
been suffering in his back and hips.
Many farmers have re-seeded their
fall sowing of wheat as it had not
made a good stand. Continued rains
have brightened prospects for a good
crop and are very welcome although
it has slowed up spring work in
Mrs. C. H. Botts had her hand
caught in the wringer of a power
washer last Wednesday. While very
painful it did not prove to be a
serious injury and is healing nicely.
By LA VERN BAKER
Mr. and Mrs. Peck, accompanied
by Joe Mann and Mrs. Buster Rands
and children were in Portland from
Thursday until Saturday. Buster
Rands and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Ransier went by truck to Portland
at the same time.
Mrs. Chaffier and family from
Mikkalo and the Hubbel family of
Boardman were guests for dinner
and spent the day at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Agee in honor
of Mr. Agee's birthday. Mrs. Chaffier
and Mrs. Hubbel are daughters of
Dave Johnston who fought in the
amateur fights in Portland Thurs
day won his first bout by a decision
but was eliminated in the finals by a
knockout by Bill Britton. Britton
is entitled to enter the national A.
A. U. meet in Boston in April. John
ston returned with the Peck's.
Mrs. Jones, Phil and Esther, and
Mrs. Coats were business visitors in
The first locally grown asparagus
is on the market from the A. Skoubo
asparagus beds. Mr. Skoubo reports
that his asparagus'beds came through
the winter fine and prospects are
good for a heavy crop.
Adrian Bechdolt spent Monday in
. Mrs. Ray Barlow from Eugene,
formerly of Boardman, is visiting
here. Mrs. Barlow spent some time
visiting her mother, Mrs. Dick John
son at Wasco before coming here.
An extra railroad tie gang is work
ing at Messner in charge of Wes
Bottomiller from Arlington. Mrs.
Bottomiller and two daughters, Bet
ty and Reva, have been visiting on
Mrs. Russell has been ill with in
fluenza for the past week but is
now able to be up a while.
Charles Miller of Spokane, sup
posedly a carpenter, was injured in
ternally when his model T Ford left
the highway near the Boardman
Oasis park Saturday afternoon and
rolled over twice. A passing mo
torist rushed him to the Hermiston
hospital. His condition is reported
Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins and Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Harwood motored to
Walla Walla Saturday to shop.
Miss Betty McKenzie of Umatilla
is spending the week visiting Miss
Virginia Compton. The Umatilla
school is having spring vacation at
Mr. and Mrs. Y. P. Rutherford
were visitors on the project last
week. They now reside at Stanfield
but formerly lived in Boardman.
Pomona grange was held at Rhea
creek last Saturday. Many Board
man grangers attended, three cars
going from here.
Gus Viccino, Vernon Partlow, Pat
Healy and Pete Farley attended the
rodeo held at Kennewick Sunday.
Tom Healy, brother of Pat, won the
Miss Josephine McEntire who is
in training for a nurse at Pendleton
spent Sunday visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John McEntire. Din-
fner guests at their home were Mr.
and Mrs. Cassidy and children, Mr.
and Mrs. Narkoski and son Buster,
Mildred Ayers and Esther Jones.
MRS. CHAPEL ENTERTAINS,
Mrs. Delsie Chapel entertained a
group of friends at her Hardman
home this week in honor of the
birthday of her sister, Mrs. Lorena
Isom. A wonderful dinner, a won
derful time, but, oh, what fun to
get stuck in the mud! is the report
of one attendant, who further said
the weather added insult to injury
by snowing on them. Mrs. Isom re
ceived some nice presents. Those
attending , included Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Marquardt, Mr. and Mrs. Cha
pel, Mrs. Farrens, Lucille Farrens,
Tom Fraters, Bonnie Cochran, May
Burnside, Lester Lambert, Marjorie
Johnson, Herman Nielson, Lorena
By MRS. W. C ISOM
Mrs. Pierce who has been visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Slaughter, returned to her home in
Portland the last of the week.
Mrs. Bessie Wisdom left Satur
day for Portland where she will
make her home with her son Bishop
who is employed in the railroad
Mrs. Fred Reiks is quite ill at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Ward,
Mrs. Skelton has moved to the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Gladys
Moses, near Umatilla.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. McCoy took
their small daughter LaVonne to
Pendleton Monday to consult an ear
Mrs. Chas. Vanderlinde is ill at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Elroy Lamoreaux.
Rev. Crawford went to Sunny
side Monday to attend a fellowship
Mr. Jones of Ukiah was hired as
superintendent of Irrigon schools at
a board meeting Thursday evening,
Miss Bessie Wilson of La Grande
Normal school spent the week end
with her mother, Mrs. Nora Wilson.
J. J. Wells was a business visitor
in this vicinity Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Grabiel are the
parents of a 7-lb. baby girl, born at
the Hermiston hospital Sunday
Ed Adams had his trailer body
damaged when a car ran into him
where he was parked at the side of
the highway east of town loading
ties. The Walla Walla car was com
pletely wrecked but no one was in
Mrs. Mary D. McCullough left
Sundav to make her home in Trout-
dale, having disposed of property
interests here. The well wishes of
many friends accompany her to her
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Craber were in
town Friday from the farm near
The GOLDEN YEARS PLAN.
James J. Hill said: "If you want to
know whether you are destined to be
a success or a failure In life, you can
easily find out. The test is simple
and it is infallible. Are you able to
save money?" If interested in Gold
en Year Plan see ALTA S. BROWN
Oregon Mutual Life Insnrance Co.
W. A. McCUntock was a business
visitor in town Saturday from the
Dry Fork section. The weather was
remaining too cool to suit him, as
he believed growth of the new grain
crop was being retarded.
Potatoes, furniture or babies ?
You men who have made our farms famous
You men who own or work for industry
You women who raise our children
Let's do tome clear thinking together I
Past indifference in insisting upon Columbia Empire
products stopped both the direct and indirect flow of
returns to your own pocketbook. Indifference penalized
us. There is a partnership between producers and pur
chasers of the Columbia Basin. And when you insist
upon products grown and manufactured here, you pay
dividends to yourself. For each purchase strengthens an
industry that employs people ! That helps you aname i
JOIN in this week's united effort to insure
our mutual prosperity. Ask your merchant
for the products of the Columbia Empire.
"Unite for Prosperity "
WE PAY SPOT CASH FOR
CREAM and EGGS
MORROW COUNTY CREAMERY CO.
Heppner Gazette Times, Only $2.00 Per Year
At Tom Beymer Place on Hinton Creek, 4 Miles
East of Heppner on Pendleton Highway,
beginning at 1 o'clock P. M.
6 Head Good Work Horses. Three Mares.
4 Head No. 1 Milk Cows, 3 just fresh. 15 Sheep
Harness, Collars, Saddles,
3 Sections Spike Tooth Har
row. 3 Sections Spring Tooth Har
row. 1 8-foot Double Disc.
John Deere 12-in., 2-bottom
10-ft. Hay Rake, McCormick
Case Mowing Machine.
20 Cords 16-inch Wood.
10 Tons Alfalfa Hay.
12 Dozen Fruit Jars.
2 Buck Rakes.
1928 Chevrolet Truck.
Other articles too numerous
to mention. .
TERMS STRICTLY CASH
TWOS. C. BEYMER, Owner
V. R. RUNNION, Auctioneer WALT EU BANKS, Clerk