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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1937)
HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1937.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becket and
Mrs. Daisy Shively returned Friday
from Portland where Mrs. Becket
attended the state Degree of Honor
convention as delegate from the lo
cal lodge. Mrs. Clara Beamer, past
president of the state organization,
Mrs. Edna Coxen and Mrs. Ollie
Neill were other local delegates at
the convention who returned the
Mrs. Leonard Schwarz visited over
the week end with her mother, Mrs.
Cora Crawford, and other relatives
and friends from her home at Prine
ville. She was accompanied by a
friend, Mrs. Henry Carlin of Prine
ville. Mrs. Raymond Ferguson mo
tored to Prineville Tuesday, taking
the ladies home on their return.
Mrs. E. L. Vinton arrived the end'
of the week from her home in Co
quille to visit relatives for a short
time while also attending to mat
ters of business. She was formerly
Miss Lorraine Groshens of this city.
Her sister, Miss May Groshens, has
a successful milinery business in Co
quille. J. O. Kincaid and Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Smouse were among farmers
of the lone section here Friday on
business. Mr. Smouse was taking
care of matters of business connect
ed with the newly organized Mor
riw County Blow Control district,
of which he is president.
Mrs. J. O. Rasmus is confined at
Emanuel hospital in Portland re
covering from a major operation
which she underwent last week. Mr.
Rasmus, who was with her, returned
home the end of the week and re
ported her to be making good prog
ress toward recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. John Turner mo
tored to Hood River Saturday night
for a visit at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Crocket Sprouls. Returning
Sunday they were accompanied by
Mrs. Sprouls and Janet who expect
ed to visit relatives and friends for
Jim O'Connor, in town Tuesday
from the Rhea creek ranch, reported
growing conditions very backward
due to the cold spring. With a good
ly supply of moisture in the ground,
range conditions should improve
rapidly with warmer weather, he
Mr. and Mrs. George Gillis and
baby son were transacting business
in the city Saturday from Lexing
ton where Mr. Gillis is teaching. He
was looking forward to taking the
job as lookout again this summer at
Tamarack station in the mountains.
Mrs. Trina Parker was a caller in
the city Friday from Lexington. She
recently returned from a several
months' visit in southern California,
and in another column has written
some of her experiences for Morrow
Chas. Marquardt was in town on
Tuesday for several hours from the
farm north of Lexington. The new
wheat crop is showing up quite well,
but is backward in growth in that
Kay Marie, weight 7 pounds, ar
rived to Mr. and Mrs. James Valen
tine at Heppner hospital at 3:17 Sat
urday afternoon. Both mother and
daughter are reported to be doing
Susan, weight 7 pounds, arrived
to Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Cohn at
6:30 o'clock Saturday evening at their
home in this city. Both mother and
daughter are reported as doing well.
W. E. Moore, former Heppner res
ident and manager Pendleton Pro
duction Credit association, was a
business visitor in the city for a few
hours yesterday from Pendleton.
Charles Peterson, Underwood
typewriter representative, was a bus
iness visitor in the city the end of
the week, helping conduct the typing
contest at the school.
Henry Baker was among Goose
berry farmers visiting the city yes
terday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smouse and
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Nelson were vis
itors in the city Tuesday from the
north Lexington section, helping to
make arrangements for staging the
Lexington grange community sale to
be held Wednesday at the grange
Lee Slocum returned home last
week from Portland where he un
derwent medical treatment for some
time. He was about town the end
of the week, using a cane to assist
him in walking.
Miss Reba Seeger of Los Angeles
arrived Monday night for a visit at
the home of her friend, Mrs. J. V.
Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford
met her in Portland.
For Lease The Scherzinger ranch.
Possesison given Oct. 1, 1937. Will
lease all together, or Kirk place as
separate unit. Mrs. Henry Scher
zinger, city. 6-9p
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Garland
Swanson of lone at the maternity
home of Mrs. Lillie Aiken in this
city, Sunday, April 25, a 9-pound
Loren Matteson was treated at .a
local doctor's office Tuesday for a
broken leg which he received in a
fall Monday night.
C. W. Valentine was a business
visitor in the city for several hours
yesterday from the farm near Lex
ington. Henry Peterson was transacting
business for several hours in the city
Saturday from his home in Goose
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nichoson were
business callers in the city for a few
hours Tuesday from lone.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Troedson were
visitors in the city yesterday from
the Morgan farm.
Delbert Emert was in the city
Tuesday from the lone section, trans
acting business. .
R. L. Benge was in town yester
day for several hours from the Social
C. E. Carlson was among farmers
of the Gooseberry section in town
E. C. Heliker came up from the
Morgan farm yesterday to transact
Cleve Van Schoiack was in town
Tuesday from the Sanford canyon
Oscar Peterson was in the city
yesterday from the Gooseberry sec
tion. Bill Doherty was in town Saturday
from Alpine, transacting business.
Algott Lundell was in town Satur
day from the Gooseberry farm.
Read G. T. Want Ads. You way
find a bargain in something needed.
MATINEE FRIDAY 4 P. M.
"PENROD AND SAM"
and short subjects. 10c & 25c
TUESDAY: It is one-aught-five,
if you know what we
This ad good for a pass for
Mr. and Mrs.
E. R. Lundell, lone
if used before May 6th
Oregon Gets National
Corvallis. A new national 4-H
honor has come to Oregon with the
selection of Rose Lena Anderegg of
Clackamas as the national champion
4-H Holstein club girl for 1936, ac
cording to word recevied at the state
Rose, who has now completed her
seventh year in the dairy club pro
ject, has twice been named state
champion 4-H Holstein club girl.
During 1936 she owned seven pure
bred Holsteins on which she won
numerous awards, including five
first places. She has not confined
her 4-H activities to dairy club
work, however, but has been a mem
ber of pig, corn, gardening and sew
ing clubs and has taken part in judg
ing, demonstration and health con
tests. She has served as local leader of
clubs in her community for the past
three years, and is directing several
groups this year.
TO PORTLAND HOSPITAL.
Mrs. Edward Chinn was taken to
Portland Sunday by the Phelps am
bulance and entered St. Vincent's
hospital for medical treatment in an
illness that has kept her confined
for several weeks. Emmet Ayers
drove the ambulance to the city and
Mrs. R. C. Phelps attended Mrs.
Chinn on the trip.
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