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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1937.
By MARGARET BLAKE
Mrs. Fred Mankin and children
departed Saturday for Thornton,
Wash., where they will visit Mrs.
Mankin's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Dwight Misner. Mr. Misner has not
been well for some time as a result
of an attack of flu last winter.
Mrs. Walter Corley entertained at
her home last Friday evening in
honor of Mr. Corley on his birthday.
Dinner was followed with bridge,
high score being won by Mrs. M. E.
Cotter and Bert Mason. Other guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Denny, Mr.
and Mrs. George Tucker, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Feldman, Mrs. Bert Mason,
Mrs. Agnes Wilcox and M. E. Cotter.
Mrs. Maude Pointer of Monmouth
spent a short time in town Monday
enroute to the home of her brother,
O. W. Cutsforth, of Lexington.
Jesse Dobyns who has spent sev
eral weeks here with his brothers,
Noel and Walter, departed Monday
Dance at Legion hall Saturday,
June 12, by Willows grange. Music
by the Troubadors of Hermiston.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Smith and son
Piiillip went to Ritter last Friday to
spend a week.
Mrs. J. E. Swanson entertained at
her home Monday in honor of Mrs.
Garland Swanson. The latter was
given a handkerchief shower, the
occasion being celebration of her
birthday. Refreshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Corley went
to Portland Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Werner Rietmann
spent Sunday at Ritter.
' Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Benedict of
Dillard, with Mrs. Benedict's sister
Goldie of Portland, were here on
business last Wednesday.
Mrs. Wallace Mathews has re
turned to her home in Roseburg.
M. W. Mahoney of Portland who
owns the ranch near Morgan farmed
by Ed Buschke, was here last week.
David Rietmann spent the latter
part of last week with his wife and
baby in. Hood River.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Keithley are
the parents of a nine-and-a-half-pound
son born in Heppner Tuesday
Garland Swanson was a business
visitor in Walla Walla Tuesday.
Ralph Jackson of Pendleton was
F. O. Vicent, special agent for an
insurance company, was a' business
visitor last Thursday from Portland.
Mrs. Werner Rietmann, Mrs. Louis
Bergevin, Mrs. Hugh Smith and Mrs.
M. E. Cotter were hostesses at a
dessert bridge party at the home of
the latter last Wednesday afternoon.
Prizes went to Mrs. Fred Lucas of
Heppner, Mrs. Paul O'Meara, Mrs.
Carl Feldman and Mrs. Victor Riet
Bert Mason, Paul O'Meara, M. E
Cotter, Lee Beckner, W. A. Hayes
and Walter Eubanks attended the
special session of the Pendleton Elks
lodge last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lundell re
turned from Portland last Thursday.
Mrs. Orlow Martin and children of
Moro are visiting at the home ol
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
School was closed last Friday and
most of the teachers departed at once
for their homes.
Miss Frances Stewart went to her
home in Silverton. ,
Miss Helen Rolph departed for
Mrs. Roy Brown, with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Rose Stevens, who has been
visiting here, went to Hermiston.
Mr. and Mrs. McDonald and son
Howard of Banks arrived Thursday
evening to take their son Alexander
home with them. They left Friday.
Mrs. George Tucker and daughters
departed Saturday morning for Lan
der, Wyo., where they will spend the
summer with Mrs. Tucker's parents.
Mr. Tucker took them as far as Pen
dleton where they took the train.
Saturday afternoon Mr. Tucker
departed for Portland. He was ac
companied by Charlotte Sperry, who
will visit her aunt, Miss Agnes Nib
len. Joel Engelman went to Portland
last Friday. He was accompanied
bv Miss Anita Baumgardner.
Margaret Crawford returned last
Friday from Portland where she was
a delegate to Rebekah grand lodge
Mrs. Victor Rietmann, Mrs. Mar
garet Rietmann, Frank Engelman
and Robert Rietmann departed for
Portland Tuesday, expecting to be
away till the latter part of the week.
Francis Sturdevant, who was stu
dent pastor here last summer, re
turned last Sunday morning and
will again fill the pulpit here during
the coming summer.
A baseball game was played here
last Sunday afternoon between Rhea
Creek and lone with the latter team
winning 18-17. Next Sunlay the two
teams will play at Heppner.
Mrs. Minnie Forbes went to Hepp
ner Sunday where she will be em
ployed on the Benge farm.
Henry and John Krebs went to
Yakima, Wash., last Thursday to
take possession of a band of sheep
which they had recently purchased.
The sheep were to be shipped to
their summer range in Montana.
Laxton McMurray and W. A.
Hayes departed for Ritter hot springs
About twenty ladies attended the
meeting of the Home Economics club
of Willows grange at the home of
Mrs. 0. L. Lundell at Cecil last Fri
day. An all day meeting was held
with potluck dinner at noon. Mrs.
Carl Brinkman was hostess with Mrs.
Harriet Heliker returned Friday
from Portland where she has been
attending business college.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hoyt de
parted for Portland Saturday. Mr.
Hoyt has spent several weeks here
as auditor for P. U. C.
Miss Lorraine Reed went to Port
land last Friday to get her brother.
She returned here for her baggage
Tuesday and left for her home at
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Roche are vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. Omar Rietmann.
Roche pitched baseball for the locals
for several years and now makes his
home in Corvallis.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bauernfeind
and children went to Portland last
Friday. Mr. Bauernfeind returned
home Sunday while Mrs. Bauern
feind will remain in Portland where
their son Gene is receiving expert
medical attention for a severe attack
Cecil Sargent of Salem arrived on
Tuesday to make preparations for
harvest. Mr. Sargent has done cus
tom harvesting in this county for a
number of years.
The Morgan school was closed Fri
day. A community picnic was en
joyed by the patrons of the schooL
The teacher, Miss Freda Anderson,
departed for her home at Hood River.
The Women's Topic club will hold
its June study meeting and annual
election of officers at the home of
Mrs. Victor Rietmann next Saturday
Charles McMurdo Set
For Honor Initiation
Charles McMurdo, son of Dr. and
Mrs. A. D. McMurdo of Heppner,
was one of three Oregon State col
lege students slated for initiation
into Sigma Pi Sigma, national honor
society in physics, said last Thurs
day's Barometer, college paper edited
by Edward Burchell, formerly of
Lexington and Heppner. Logan An
derson and C. Gordon Morri were
the others named, all chosen for their
ability and interest in physics.
A banquet at the hotel with Dr.
W. P. Boynton as speaker, and Dr.
E. H. Weniger as toastmaster was
slated. Dr. Boynton is just retiring
from the college faculty after 47
years of service. He is a professor
in physics. Dr. Weniger is head of
the physics department.
HOLD RANGE MEETING.
Charles W. Smith, assistant state
county agent leader; E. R. Jackman,
extension specialist in farm crops,
and H. A. Lindgren, extension live
stock specialist, all of Corvallis,
were in the city the end of the week
and on Saturday conducted a meet
ing with range men as part of a sur
vey of the North Morrow Grazing
disttfct. Mr. Smith was formerly
county agent of Morrow county.
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