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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY. NOV. 11, 1937
D. B. "Bennie" Boone was a Hepp
ner caller last Friday .coming to the
county with a party of friends from
his home at Roseburg on his way into
the elk hunting grounds' Bennie
lived at Lexington as a boy and he
enjoyed renewing many old boyhood
acquaintances. He reported his fath
er, Col. C. C. Boone, 94-year-old
Civil war veteran, to be in good
health at the Roseburg home, walk
ing the mile and a half into town
almost every day. Among those to
whom he brought greetings from
his father was Howard Lane, who
is quite ill at his Lexington home.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Ford of Mussel
Shell, Mont., were Heppner visitors
Monday, being guests at the J. G
Barratt home. Mr. Ford, a sheep
buyer, was a cross-country ace at
Oregon State college back in 1921
and was later on the faculty of
Washington State college for several
years. He interviewed a number of
local sheepraisers while in the city.
J. B. Huddleston was attending to
business matters in the city Monday.
He recently disposed of his Lone
Rock farm to Earl Eskelson who is
reported to be head over heels in
sheep production and enjoying it,
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
on Rhea creek. 30tf.
Mr. and Mrs. Clive Huston were
visitors in the city Tuesday from
the Eight Mile farm. Welcome rains
were received in their section the
Gerald Cason has returned home
after spending the summer in the
Dale section working with sheep.
Grant Olden was in town Tues
day from Rhea creek, feeling good
over recent rains. .
Claude Buschke was' iri town from
the Eight Mile farm for a short time
E. G. McMillan, Lexington pioneer,
was transacting business in the city
For Sate Good milk cow. See E.
L. Ayers, Heppner. 35-37p.
PINE CITY NEWS
Pine City Folks
Attend Party Here
By BBRNICE WATTENBURGER
A birthday dinner was given Sun
day in honor of Mrs. Ollie Neill at
her home in Heppner. Mr. and Mrs.
A. E. Wattenburger were the only
ones attending from the creek.
A pinochle party was given Sat
urday night at the E. B. Watten
burger home. Three tables were in
play. Russell Moore received high
honors and Mrs. E. B. Wattenbur
ger received lady high. Mr. Young
received men's low and Miss Dora
Moore received ladies' low.
Mrs. W. D. Neill is spending a
week at the Charley Plourd home in
Pendleton. Mr. and Mrs. Plourd are
the parents of a baby daughter bom
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Finch at
tended grange at Lena Sunday af
ternoon. , . ,
Fred Rauch was a business visitor
in Pendleton Saturday.
Mrs. Lucy O'Brien and Frank
Helms are reported to be on the sick
list this week.
Mrs. Olen Richey and baby daugh
ter and Lena Bowman visited at the
Clayton Ayers home Thursday. Also
Mrs. Ruby Coxen and Mrs. Dolly
Carr from Hermiston were overnight
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Cox and
family of Hermiston were Sunday
dinner guests at E. B. Wattenbur
ger's. Miss Lenna Neill spent Friday
night at the E. B. Wattenburger
home. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Neill to Heppner Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rauch and
family attended church in Echo Sun
day. ' Mike Healy of Boardman visited
at the John Healy home Sunday.
On at Boardman
By LA VER.N BAKER
Dr. Bostrum and Nurse Stoneman
are on the project testing all the
people who have had typhoid or
have had it in their families. Dr,
Woodsworth and Dr. Everett were
here checking up on the sewer sys
tem. The community is trying to
clean up the typhoid which has been
a menace to Boardman for some
Mr. and Mrs. Stoner and son spent
the week end visiting friends and
relatives in Birmingham, Wash.
Howard Hughes and Herb Parsons
visited at the Parsons home this
week end. The boys had come from
Spokane and were on their way to
Eldon Shannon has been trans
ferred from Lexington to Boardman
where he will work on the highway.
He will board and room at the Par
John Norkoski and Vernon Root
left Monday for Aberdeen, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Koski of Long
view, Wash., visited at the O. B. 01-
sen and Charlie Hango homes this
Mr. and Mrs. L. Forden of Hood
River visited their daughter, Mrs.
G. A. Corwin, this past week.
Mr. and Mrs. K. Mulkey of Yaki
ma visited at the O. B. Olsen home
this past week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. McMorris of
Molalla visited with Mrs. Maude
Kobow last week.
Miss Josephine McEntire who is in
nurse's training in Pndleton, spent
Sunday visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John McEntire, in Boardman.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tanehill,
Keith Tannehill and Mrs. Art Allen
left Sunday for southern California
where they will visit for the com
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bartholdi and
son, motored to The Dalles where
they spent the week end visiting
Mrs. Bartholdi's parents..
Mr. and Mrs. Chandler of Ver
nonia spent the past week visiting
at the homes of their daughter and
son, Mrs. Ely and Mr. Chandler.
Mrs. M. Considine was taken to
the Emanual hospital last week
where she will be treated for sinus
Mr. Rothernberger, Mr. and Mrs.
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Corwin,
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Sullivan and Miss
Bauer were business visitors in Pen
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Slavin returned
home Friday after spending the
summer in the mountains with their
Mr. and Mrs. Bleakney motored to
Walla Walla Saturday where Mr.
Bleakney went elk hunting.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Root and Mrs.
Ed Barlow returned this week from
Portland where they have been vis
iting friends and relatives for the
Warren Dillon returned home
Saturday . from Portland where he
went to have his leg treated. He was
hurt on the dredge a few weeks ago.
He returned greatly improved.
Mesdames T. E. Hendricks and R.
Wilson spent Saturday shopping in
The Dalles. '
Visitors in Hermiston Saturday
were W. A. Strobel, Johnsons, A. R.
Hugs, H. B. Thomas and Paul Part
low. The FFA boys gave their annual
father and son banquet Saturday
evening. The dinner was served by
the high school girls under the di
rection of Miss Bauer. Stanley Part
low was toastmaster.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Peck and children
spent the past week visiting in Yak
ima. Ed Mace, who works on the dredge
spent the week end visiting in Spo
kane. Mr. and Mrs. John McClaskey of
Pocatello,, Idaho, visited Mrs. Mc
Claskey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Wilson, this week end.
Jack McEntire motored to Pen
dleton Sunday and brought Jose
phine home for the day.
Mrs. Jack Gorham, Mardell, Ger
aldine Healy, Mrs. Faler and Mrs. S.
C. Russell were business visitors in
Walla Walla Saturday.
Mrs. J. Byrnes and daughter, Mrs.
V. Bramer and son and Dale Walsh
stopped in boardman Saturday on
their way to The Dalles. Dale is to
Miss Barbara Norkoski spent the
weke end visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Norkoski.
Miss Virginia Compton had her
tonsils removed in Hermiston last
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ransier of
lone, M. and Mrs. Mervin Ransier
of Echo and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil
Looker of Oakland, Cal., spent the
week end at the Dan Ransier home.
Mr. Shropshire is ODenine a feed
store and lumber yard in the old
George Graves and George Wick
lander spent the week end visiting
here. They are employed in Seattle.
Art Molvar spent the week end
visiting in Portland.
A group of men motored to Hepp
ner Tuesday where they consulted
with hte county court on the possi
bility of getting the road equipment
to fix our roads. Those going were
Messrs. Strobel, Dillon. Tannehill
and Paul Smith.
On this 19th anni
versary of the sign
ing of the Armis
tice which ended
hostilities in the
World War, we sol
emnly salute our
and dead - with a
prayer for the
peace an dhappi
ness of all man
kind. Star Thoator
Tabes Tested Free
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Red Cross Drive
By MRS. W. a ISOM
The Red Cross drive is now on
for Morrow county and Tom Cald
well is authorized agent for this vi
cinity. Our quota is $20.00. Please
help the Red Cross service over the
The unemployment registration
cards will be given out Nov. 16th by
the postmaster and rural route car
ries. Every applicant should fill out
and have the postmaster examine
his card to see that no mistakes
have been made, as only two days
are allowed for the cards to be in
Lavonne Bell has rented the Chas.
Steward place west of Irrigon.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ryder and
family have moved back to Wash
ington and Mrs. Ryder and son
Frank are now living on the home
Eugene Lamoreaux from Yakima
is spending a few weeks with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Lam
oreaux. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Warner, Tow
Caldwell and Mrs. Myrtle Markham
and two daughters attended ser
vices at the Methodist church in
Hermiston Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C, Isom were
business visitors in Heppner Wed
nesday. Miss Dusenberry spent the week
end with relatives.
Rev. Alcorn gave a party for the
boys' class of the Pentecostal church
at the sand dunes near .the river Fri-'
day night. Hot cocoa and sandwiches
with hot roasted weiners were served
and enjoyed by all.
John Voile who was operated on
for appendicitis at the veterans' hos
pital at Walla Walla recently is re
Mrs. Dosch from Portland is vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. Roy Min
nick, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phelps have
Mrs. Phelps' sister and family from
Colorado as guests at their home.
Roy and Ernst Bediwell and Miss
Betty Huett motored to Sunnyside,
Wash., Wednesday evening.
Miss Nelly Leicht motored to Cas
tle Rock with her sister, Mrs. Sam
Umiker, and daughter Thursday.
Don Rutledge is a business visitor
in Portland. '
170 summerfallow, 310 to plow in spring; complete farming
equipment including 3 horses, 250 chickens. Price $12,800.00 $1000
down, 1-3 crop payments at 6.
640 ACRES, 620 ready to seed. Sale price $4480 for cash
See F. W. TURNER
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