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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1937.
New Supervisor Visits;
Forest News of Week
R. W. Crawford from Pendleton,
who recently took the office of su
pervisor of the Umatilla National
forest, called at the office of F. F.
Wehmeyer, local ranger, Sunday, ac
companied by his assistant, James
O. G. Johnson, assistant supervisor
in charge of grazing for the Umatilla
National forest, was in town Mon
day checking on grazing conserva
tion practices in the forest.
Fred Pratt will be in charge of the
12-man range survey crew expect
ed to get under way in the local dis
trict of the Umatilla National forest
this week. Six of the men will be
transferred to Jefferson county as
soon as they receive sufficient train
ing. Creighton Lawson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. N. F. Lawson, former resi
dents, and a student at Oregon State
college, arrived this week to join
Irvin Perlberg was struck in the
eye by a splinter of steel while at
work with the forest ERA crew this
week, being laid off for several days.
Lester Hunt was struck under the
chin by a crowbar which slipped
from under a log while working with
the forest ERA crew this week. The
injury required treatment and he
was kent from working for a time.
George Caskey reported Monday
at the local forest office as protect
ive assistant in charge of fire control.
A soil conservation spike camp
with 25 men is being established on
Ditch creek this week.
Miss Elsie Crump was tendered
the position of typist in the local
forest office this week.
Five fire danger stations and three
radios will assist with the work of
protecting the local forest district
from fire this season.
R. P. Parrish called the local rang
er's office Sunday night to notify the
ranger of a fire on Service creek.
A new basis for orientation in the
Umatilla National forest is being es
tablished by correlating a recent tn
angulation of the geodetic survey
with data of general land office sur
veys. A big improvement in map
ping which will assist greatly with
protective work is expected by F.
F. Wehmeyer, local ranger.
MRS. LAURA WARD.
Mrs. Laura (Farrens) Ward, Mor
row county pioneer, died at Cheha
lis. Wash., May 29, and was buried
at Hardman I. O. O. F. cemetery on
June 2. Her family came to Oregon
in 1853 and first settled in Morrow
countv in 1871. Laura Farrens was
born in Heppner May 3, 1873, and
was married in this city June 7, 1897,
to Charles Ward. Mr. Ward had ex
tensive livestock interests in this
county until his death in 1914. The
family moved to Portland in 1916,
and Mrs. Ward resided there until
recently, when she went to Chehalis
as she felt the climate was better for
her health. She is survived by a
daughter. Fay, a teacher in Hosford
school, Portland; a son, Wilfred of
Chehalis; a fostter son, Gilbert Doug
las Becker of Chehalis; three broth
ers, Ernest Farrens, Yakima, Wash.;
Glenn and Walter Farrens of Hard-
man, and a sister, Mrs. Anne Cle
ments of Tacoma.
as great as wished for by the wheat
growers, the season is most oppor
tune and the moisture will do a vast
amount of good.
Mrs. George Gillis and her cousin,
Miss Anne Holey, were outgoing
passengers on the train Thursday
evening. They went to Portland for
the week end.
Irene and Elsie Tucker motored to
Portland Thursday to spend the
EARL THOMSON MARRIES.
Earl Thomson, son of Mrs. Mary
Thomson of Hepnper, took as his
hride. Miss Frances Elkins, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elkins of
Portland, at wedding ceremonies
performed by Rev. Earl D. W. Han
na, Methodist minister, in Vancou
ver, Wash., Sunday morning. The
newlyweds visited in Heppner over
Sundav nieht and Monday morning,
receiving best wishes of many Hepp
ner friends, and leaving shortly be
fore noon on a wedding journey to
be concluded Friday in San Francisco
where they will make their home
Mr. Thomson has been employed for
the last two months with Standard
Stations, Inc., in San Francisco.
GREET NATIONAL HEAD.
Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Parker, Mr.
and Mrs. Spencer Crawford, Alva
W. Jones and Harold Cohn were in
Pendleton Tuesday evening as repre
sentatives of Heppner post, American
Legion, which joined other posts
from eastern Oregon and eastern
Washington in greeting Harry Col-
merv of ToDeka. Kans., Legion na
tional commander. Mr. Colmery ad
dressed the large audience in the
new Vert Memorial building.
Miss Norma Jean Becket and John
Hanna, Jr., stole a march on their
manv friends when they slipped over
to Prosser Saturday evening and
were quietly married. Mrs. Hanna
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Becket of Eight Mile, and
Mr. Hanna the son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Hanna who reside on Hinton
creek. Both are popular young peo
ple who have the well wishes of a
wide circle of friends.
REV. R. C. YOUNG, Pastor
Sunday. Church School 9:45 a. m.
Morning worsnip .... xx:uu a. m.
Epworth League 7:00 p. m.
F-vpnln? worahin 8:00 D. m.
Tuesday. Junior League . 3:45 p. m.
Boys' Club .- 7:00 p. m.
Wednesday. Choir Practice ..7:30 p. m.
Thursday, jrenowsnip :ou v-
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
ALVIN KLEINFELDT. Pastor
Bible School 9:45 a. m.
Morning Services 11:00 a. m.
C. E. Society 6:30 p. m.
Evening Services 7:30 p. m.
rv,r,ir vftftro WoHneqrlsiv 7r3(l n. m.
Midweek Service, Thursday. 7:30 p. m.
There will be a union Children's
Dav service at the Methodist church
Sunday night with children from
the Vacation Bible school present
ing the program. Come and see the
splendid work these children have
CALL FOR WARRANTS
Outstanding warrants of School
District No. 12. Morrow County,
Oregon, up to and including warrant
No. 274, will be paid upon presenta
tion to the district clerk. Interest
on all warrants not previously called
ceases June 11, 1937.
BEULAH B. NICHOLS,
Clerk School Dist. No. 12.
SHEEP GO TO WALLOWA.
Alva W. Jones shipped his sheep
Mondav evening for summer range
in Wallowa county. He and Harold
Cohn motored to La Grande Tuesday
evening to look after their sheep interests.
Past worthy matrons and worthy
patrons of Ruth chapter 32, O. E.
S., enjoyed a 6:30 o'clock dinner at
the Masonic hall dining room Mon
Read G. T. Want Ads. You way
find a bargain in something needed.
EXAMINER HERE SATURDAY.
C. M. Bentley, examiner of oper
ators and chauffeurs from the office
of Earl Snell, secretary of state, will
be at the courthouse in Heppner,
Saturday, June 12,' between the
hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m.. All
those desiring licenses or permits to-
drive cars should get in touch with
Mr. Bentley at this time.
CARD OF THANKS.
To the kind neighbors and friends
who assisted us in our bereavement,
and for the many expressions of
sympathy and beautiful floral trib
ute, we extend our sincere thanks.
Fay and Wilfred Ward,
Walter Farrens and Family,
Ernest Farrens and Family,
Glenn Farrens nd Family.
I have four mares for sale or trade
for cattle; price is right; weight from
1150 to 1400, broke single and dou
ble. W. H. French, Hardman. 14tf
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KITCHEN CLUB MEETS.
The 4H kitchen club girls met in
Mrs. Rodgers' office at 3 o'clock yes
terday afternoon and elected officers.
They are Claudine Drake, president;
Ellen Hughes, vice president; Feggy
Tamblvn. secretary; Wilma Hudson,
treasurer; Ellen Hughes, scribe.
They expect to meet on Wednesdays
at the fair pavilion. Their leader is
Miss Carolyn Moyer.
EXAMINER AT IONE, LEX.
Examiners will be in lone on Fri
day, June 11th, and in Lexington
on Saturday, June 12, from 10 to 4, to
receive applications for operator and
chauffeur licenses. Applications for
both renewal and original licenses
will be accepted. The regular stop
will also be made in Heppner on
ADDITIONAL LEXINGTON NEWS
Following the severe wind and
dust storm of Monday the rain which
fell here Wednesday and Thursday
was welcomed by the people of this
community. While the fall was not
CALL FOR WARRANTS.
Outstanding- warrants of School
Dist. No. 42, Morrow County, Ore
gon, up to and including Warrant
No. 354. will be paid on1 presenta
tion to Heppner Branch, First Na
tional Bank of Portland, or to the
district clerk. Interest on said war
rants not already called ceases June
District Clerk, Heppner, Ore
The STAR REPORTER
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207 1 FRESH PRODUCE
if I FRI.-SAT. ONLY
LETTUCE, Jumbo 4 for 19c
New Potatoes. No. l's. 10 lbs. 33c
CABBAGE, new lb. 5c
BEETS, 4 Bu. 15c, Carrots, 4 Bu. 19c
Unions, 2 Bu. 5c, Turnips, 6 Bu. luc
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CANTS, Jumbo, 2 for 25c, BANANAS,' 3 lbs. 25c
3 Lbs 50c
2 Lbs 47c
2 Lb. Tin .. 49c
2 TALL Sp
TINS .... JLI
Rock Bottom Prices,
Special Barrel Prices
Large fancy size
25 LB. fl C
10 Lbs. 55c
4 Lbs. . 53c
8 Lbs. $1.05
Easy to prepare,
5 Lbs. . 29c
8 Lbs. $1.39
8 oz. Pkg. rcg. 4 An
or Salad J-VV
16 OZ. Crt
SALMON, tall pink Per Tin 12c
PEAS, No. 2 tins 5 sieve ... 6 for 69c
SALAD DRESSING Qt. 37c
STRING BEANS 6 for 69c
No. 2 tins Cut 1
SODA - STARCH 3 1 6 ox. Pkgs. 25c
Arm and Hammer STARCH, Argo Corn
TOMATOES, No. Vz Tins, 6 for 69c
SOAP, Crystal White ... 10 Bars 35c
PEANUT BUTTER 2 Lbs. 33c
PORK & BEANS 6 Tins 53c
Van Camp's tall 16 oz. tins
BEER . Case $2.55 4 1 2 oz. Tins 45c
TEA, 1 6 oz. Blk. 49c, 1 6 oz. Grn. 35c
JELL WELL Dessert . . . 4 Pkgs. 19c
MATCHES, Favorite ..... Ctn. 19c
BAKING POWDER ... 50c Size 35c
WALNUTS 2 Lbs. 39c
Fancy Oregon soft shell
SOAP, Palm Olive Facial 4 Bars 25c
BEER, Rainier Per Case, 24 Tins $2.49
HASH, Palace. Large 16 oz. tins, Each 10c
SHRIMP, fancy wet or dry pack, 5 oz. tin 15c
WAX PAPER, lge. .120-f t. rolls and cutter 19c
PLATES, paper, for picnics 2 Doz. 15c
TUNA FLAKES, 6 oz. tins Each 15c
CRACKERS, All Krisp salted.... 2 Lb. Box 23c
Pancake Flour, 2y2 lb. Maximum .... Pkg. 17c
SYRUP, Sleepy Hollow Vi Gal. Jug 73c
SOAP, Peet's Granulated Lge. Pkg 30c