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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 30, 1937
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D. J. Conway, nephew of Mrs.
Ada Ayers, formerly of this city,
was a visitor in the city yesterday.
As representative of Jaxtheimer &
Co., Portland bond firm, he placed
a bid on the city bonds being adver
tised for sale. He was on his way
to the Steens mountain country , be
low Burns, vacation bent, where he
expected to continue research on
early Indian wars of the section.
Mrs. Ayers, who he sees quite often,
has been ill though at intervals im
proves sufficiently to be around.
R. L. Benge returned home from
Medford the first of the week, and
when in town Tuesday reported that
his daughter, Mrs. O. Hilding Beng
ston, was showing improvement tho
not yet out of danger in her fight
against a severe attack of pneumo
nia. Oxygen tanks were still being
used to overcome the disease. He'
and Mrs. Benge were called to Med
ford last week by Mrs. Bengston's
illness, and Mrs. Benge remained
to be with her.
Mrs. Pauline Quaid arrived from
her home in Portland the end of the
week, being a guest at the home of
her nephew, Hugh Smith, on Balm
fork while looking after business.
Though 80 years of age, Mrs. Quaid,
a pioneer of the cgunty, takes an
active interest in affairs and has
enjoyed greeting many old-time
Morrow county was well repre
sented at the Grant county fair last
week end. Among attendants from
here were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aik
en, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Beckner, Mr.
and Mrs. E. L. Bucknum, Mr. and
Mrs. J. V. Crawford, R. C. Phelps,
Mrs. J. G. Barratt, Margaret and
Roseanna Farley and James Farley.
Mrs. William Hughes and Mrs.
Calbot of Portland, mother and sis
ter of Percy Hughes, visited last
week at the Hughes home at Lena,
going on to Walla Walla the end of
the week to visit other members of
Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Parker are ex
pected to arrive home Sunday from
a two weeks' visit at Medford and
nearby points, on which they at
tended the state Elks convention and
visited at the home of Mr. Parker's
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Green and
two children of Portland have been
enjoying a visit this week with
Heppner relatives and friends, be
ing guests at the home of Mrs.
Green's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Miss Edith Wehmeyer arrived this
week to be with her mother, Mrs.
F. F. Wehmeyer who is suffering
from inflammatory rheumatism. Miss
Wehmeyer is nurse at the veterans
hospital in Roseburg.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Miller and
grandson, Don Jones, left yesterday
for Portland where Mr. and Mrs.
Miller expect to make their home
for the winter while Don is attend
ing business college-
Mrs. L. A. Humphreys of Portland
and daughter, Mrs. Marvin Wight
man of Arlington, enjoyed greeting
friends here while in the city Mon
day to transact business.
Lloyd Moyer came in from the
hunt the first of the week wtih a
buck weighing 214 pounds, dressed
out. He bagged it in the vicinity of
the head of Rhea creek.
James W. Hartz, cousin of Mrs. Lee
Sprinkel, returned to his home at
Goldendale, Wash-, Tuesday after
visiting for several days at the
Mrs. B. F. Swaggart and daughter,
Mrs. Wheeler of Pendleton, were
business visitors in the city Monday
from the Swaggart farm north of
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Cox visited
friends and transacted business in
this city Monday from their home at
For Sale Weaner and feeder pigs,
and fat veal for your lockers. A. G.
Pieper, Lexington. 30-31
Orville Cutsforth, operator of ex
tensive wheat holdings in the Lex
ington, district,' this week purchased
the residence property of Mrs. Hilma
Anderson in south Heppner. Mr.
Cutsforth and father, Tom Cuts
forth, were in the city Monday.
Dr. and Mrs. L. D. Tibbies drove
to Portland the end of the week,
taking Mr. Tibbies' parents on the
way to their home in Montana after
a visit here- Bernard McMurdo ac
companied them also on his way to
Oregon State college.
Mrs. Ella Webb of Walla Walla,
sister of Mrs. Percy Hughes and a
guest at the Hughes home at Lena,
was calling in the city yesterday in
company with Mrs. Hughes.
For sale or trade, Chev. coupe, '31
model in good condition, at a bar
gain. See Ruth Aiken at Lotus
Robison ranch, 1 mi. below Rugg's
on Rhea creek. 30tf.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hallock and
two sons passed through Heppner
Tuesday on their way home to Red
mond from Spokane and Kenne
wick. Mrs. John Anglin returned home
Monday after a several months'
stay in Yakima. Miss Rachel An
glin and John Bromley accompanied
Walter Zuger of Waitsburg, Wash-,
is assisting at the office of Victor
Peterson as a representative of the
Federal Land Bank of Spokane.
Dr. J. P. Stewart, Eye-Sight Spec
ialist of Pendleton, will be at the
HEPPNER HOTEL on WEDNES
DAY, OCTOBER 6th.
Mrs. P. W. Mahoney is reported
among fortunate lady nimrods of
the season, bagging a nice bouck
deer this week.
William Lee McCaleb, Jr., is among
lucky hunters reporting since the
season's opening. He killed a 110
pounder. Mrs. A. B. Gray and two children
from Dorris, CaL, are visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. A E. Burken
bine. For Sale 6 good Jersey cows, 2
heifers. HVB. Darling, Vk miles out
of Hermiston on Butter creek high
way. . 29tf.
J. H. Padberg was among farmers
of the Lexington district transacting
business in the city Tuesday.
Weanling pigs and seed rye for
sale- Lotus Robison, Rhea creek, 1
mile below Rugg's. 30tf
Notson residence for sale. Inquire
at residence. 30tf
John Odell, district manager Turn
A-Lum Lumber company, is in the
PINE CITY NEWS
You can be sure that every girl
Are running an errand that
And their games and toys they'll
For a chance to go to our
When the kiddies are out of
school let them do your bakery
shopping for you. They will re
ceive the same careful attention
that you would if you came your
self. We have a special sample
cookie jar that attracts the young
sters and you will find they offer
no excuses when you ask them
to run an errand to our bakery.
Arm Broken When
Thrown from Steer
By BERNICE WATTENBURGER
Ray Ayers had the misfortune
Tuesday night to break his arm. He
was thrown from a steer he was
riding, receiving the injury.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Moore were
dinner guests Sunday at the Marion
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Miller and
daughter, Olene and son, Romand
of Sheldon, N. Dak., are visiting at
the Fred Rauch home. Mrs. Miller
is Mrs. Rauch's sister.
Marie Healy, Mrs. William Buck
num, Mrs. Jim Farley and Mr. and
Mrs- Mike Kenny visited at the
John Healy home Sunday.
Joe Middleton of Echo passed
through Pine City Sunday night
and exhibited his 5-point deer he
got while hunting in the Arbuckle
John Harrison spent Monday in
A large number attended the
shower and quilting at the W. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stewart left
for their home in Seattle Thursday.
Miss Dora E. Moore and Mrs.
Joyce Smith spent the week end in
Pendleton and La Grande.
Mrs. Ollie Neill and daughter,
Nev, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Akers
of Heppner were callers on the creek
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bartholomew
were Echo callers Sunday.
Roy Neill spent the week end in
Enterprise on business.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Warner of Her-
I "BLAZING SIXES," with Dick
Foran, the singing cowboy, plus
"On Again, Off Again" with
Wheeler and Woolsey.
""' THE TOAST OF NEW YORK
i with Edward Arnold, Cary
I Grant, Frances Farmer, Jack
f "HIDEAWAY" with Fred Stone
Episode 5 of Jungle , Menace
and another Community Sing
come and sing.
I Wednesday-Thursday, Oct. 6-7:
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miston and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Neill
were dinner guests Sunday at the
W. D. Neill home.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Young were
callers Monday night at the Clayton
Fred Rauch was a business visitor
at Pilot Rock Friday and Saturday.
HUNTING FEES DOWN
Hunting and fishing license col
lections for September are $200
short of the amount for the same
month last year, reports Chas. W.
Barlow, county clerk. Up to the
28th the receipts this year totaled
$800, while the total for September
last year was $1007.
Dissolution of partnership papers
were filed this week at the clerk's
office by Morrow County Realty
company. Members of the partner
ship were F. B. Nickerson, Walter
M. Eubanks and Harry Duvall.
Dance at Hardman Sat., Oct. 2,
I. O. O. F. hall. Music by Troubadors.
Potted plants at all times, phone
1332; will deliver. 15tf
EVER SINCE EVE
Marion Davies and
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Allyn and
Maxine (lone) are invited to pre
sent this coupon at the boxoffice
for complimentary admissions.
Please use before Oct. 7th.
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A. Q, THOMSON
NEW YORK LIFE AGENT
Residence 102 Court St.
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Monday afternoons beginning 1
OCTOBER 4th, Parish House. I
3:30 to 4:00 Classes for grade
school children. '
4:00 to 4:30 Classes for high
Private lessons by appointment.
4 half-hour class lessons $1.40
4 half-hour private lessons $2.00
All classes payable in advance I
MRS. ROBERT KNOX, Instructor 1
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Adult Women's Recreation Classes:
Beginning October 4th. Meet every
Monday and Wednesday evening 8
until 9. Parish House. Fees: "Monday
and Wednesday evenings $4 per
month. Monday or Wednesday (1
night only) $3 per month. Mrs. Rob
ert D. Knox, instructor. 28-30
Give G. T. Want Ads a trial.
When I treat seed wheat
and barley with NEW
improved CERESAN, I
know I'll be money ahead 1
Experiment Stations of most im
portant grain stateshave proved
it pays to use New Improved
CERESAN. Reduces seedling
blight, slinking smut of wheat
covered and black loose smuts
and stripe of barley. Average
yield increase in tests. 6. Easi
ly dusted on as directed, may
be applied as long as 3 months
before sowing. No dust in drill
ing, no drill injury, no change
in seeding rate. And only about
half the cost of other dust treat
ments 1 Ask dealer for free Cereal
Pamphlet or. write Bayer-Seme-san
Co., Inc., Wilmington, Del,
CHOP YOUR HAY
with HALF the Power
required by ordinary choppers
DOES THE TRICK
See it NOW in our display room
And speaking of POWER
gives the lowest-priced power for all
farm power requirements
Morrow County's Own Store
Tractor G Equipment Co.