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Thursday, March 31, 1938
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Mr. and Mrs. Ewing Hynd were
visiting in the city Sunday from
Ukiah, bringing Mrs. Hynd's uncle,
Harold Crandall, to consult a phy
sician fr a broken collar bone. Mrs.
Hynd and Mr. Crandall went on to
Lonerock to visit at the home of
Mrs. Hynd's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Eskelson. The latter were called
to Salem the first of the week by
serious illness of Mr. Eskelson's
mother, Mrs. Joseph Eskelson.
Mrs. Mae Burchell of Corvallis
and daughter, Mrs. Lamar Sandy
(nee Doris Burchell) of Forest
Grove, were in the city Tuesday with
Mrs. Burchell's mother, Mrs. Tempa
E. Johnson, Mrs. Nichols and Mrs.
Sandy expected to return to their
liomes today, Mrs. Johnson accom
panying Mrs. Nichols to Corvallis
for an extended visit.
Oral Scott, in from the Blackhorse
iarm yesterday, reported he was just
finishing his seeding, and had not
yet got his plowing under way. The
weather had been so cold that the
ground has not thawed out suffi
ciently to work in the field until 9
o'clock or later each morning.
Mrs. Frank S. Parker held open
liouse Sunday in honor of Mrs. Sar
ah Parker's 94th birthday. Mrs.
Parker the elder, mother of Mr.
Parker, was greeted by many friends
and extended wishes for many more
years of happiness.
Mrs. W. B. Barratt and Miss Bess
Huddleston returned to their homes
at Portland Tuesday after visiting
here, Mrs. Barratt at the home of
her son, J. G. Barratt, and Mis"s Hud
dleston at the J. J. Wightman home.
Garry Jewett of Pomeroy, Wash.,
visited a short time Sunday with
'relatives in Heppner. Mrs. Jewett is
a cousin of Mrs. W. Y. Ball and Har
old Cox, whom Mr. Jewett visited.
He manages a hotel at Pomeroy.
Mrs. Elaine Furlong motored to
Portland the end of the week, ac
companied by Mrs. Agnes Curran,
Mrs. R. C. Lawrence, Mrs. Flora
Dimi'ck and Father Healy. They re
turned home yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Githens ar
rived Sunday from their home at
Berkeley, Calif., for a visit at the
home of their son-in-law and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Crawford.
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Clark returned
Sunday from a fortnight's visit at
Portland and Eugene, being guests
at the home of their daughter, Mrs.
Frank Riggs, at the latter place.
Fred and George Ely were busi
ness visitors in the city yesterday
from lone. George, manager of Jor
dan warehouse, reported plowing
well over with in his section.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis AUstott and ba
by son Jimmy from Kimberley made
a hurried visit with Mrs. Lillian
Cochran on their way to Hermiston
one day this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marquardt
and son George and grandchildren
were in town Sunday attending
theater, also accompanied by Mrs.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Johnson at the home of Mrs. John
son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. D.
Bailey, in this city Tuesday, a 9
James N. Luper, Morrow county
pioneer, celebrated his 88th birthday
Monday at the home of bis daugh
ter, Mrs. Leta Babb.
Dr. J. P. Stewart, Eye-Sight Spec
ialist of Pendleton, will be at the
HEPPNER HOTEL on WEDNES
DAY, APRIL 6th.
Dr. and Mrs. J. Perry Conder are
visiting Heppner relatives and
friends from their home at Weston.
Vawter Parker and Walter Luck
man were in Echo Friday night to
attend a special Masonic meeting.
M. R. Morgan and son, Milton, Jr.,
were business visitors in the city
Tuesday from lone.
Briquets for sale at Tum-A-Lum
CARD OF THANKS
Our heartfelt appreciation is ex
tended to the many kind friends for
their helpfulnes, sympathy and
floral tribute at the time of our be
bereavement. Mrs. Tempa E. Johnson
CARD OF THANKS
My sincere and heartfelt thanks
are extended for all the kind re
membrances received on my 94th
MRS. SARAH PARKER.
Oregon State College Nineteen
staff members from Oregon State
college are included in the list of
high school commencement speak
es just issued by the State Board of
Higher education representing all in
stitutions. Requests for speakers are
sent directly to each institution con
cerned, E. B. Lemon, registrar, being
the state college representative who
handles the scheduling.
State college staff members listed
are as follows: A. S Burrier, farm
management; O. R. Chambers, psy
chology; Ralph Colby, English; R.
H Dann, economics and sociology;
U. G. Dubach, dean of men; J. Lloyd
LeMaster, business administration;
E. B. Lemon, registrar; F. A. Magru
der, political science; E. G. Mason,
and his pals hit the
plus JANE WITHERS
wearing the proudest racing silks
on the track rin
with Stuart Irwin, Una, Merkel
Also: Betty Boop; and The New
Audioscopiks, more exciting and
amazing than the last one you'll
find an elephant in your lap, wa
ter in your eyes, a knife in your
ribs! Pete Smith calls it third
dimension but be call it fun April
"Westward the Course of Empire
Takes Its Way"
producer of motion picture triumphs
like "Cavalcade" and "Mutiny on
the Bounty" has built the greatest
of all the historic romances
JOEL McCREA - BOB BURNS
and a cast of thousands!
Also: "Trailer Paradise" with the
Cabin Kids in good musical form;
and Movietone News.
Night Club Scandal
John Barrymore, Lynn Overman,
Charles Bickford, Louise Campbell,
Evelyn Brent, Harvey Stephens
A new thrill sensation plus
WHEN POPEYE THE SAILOR
MEETS AU BABA'S 40 THIEVES
WED.-THU., APRIL 6-7
with Miriam Hopkins, Ray Mi Hand,
A gay romantic comedy plus
Disney's "The Old Mill," Academy
Award winner as best cartoon
of the year
March of Time News of the Day
forestry; C. B. Mitchell, speech; D.
T. Ordeman, English.
J. C. Othus, mechanical engineer
ing; F. W. Parr, education; S. H.
Peterson, English; Dan Poling, as
sistant to dean of men; Wm. A.
Schoenfeld, dean of agriculture; R.
R. Reichart, English; M. Ellwood
Smith, dean of lower division, and
E. W. Warrington, philosophy and
Factor in Good Health
Oregon State College Preparing
air inside of houses, office buildings
and other gathering places for the
use of human beings is coming to be
just as important a process as pre
paring food and water for safe use
by the public, it was brought out at
the first air conditioning conference
held at Oregon State college by the
mechanical engineering department.
More than 200 specialists in the
building trades and others interested
in the subject attended the confer
ence. One speaker pointed out that re
cent tests in office buildings have
shown that modern air conditioning
equipment will sometimes pay for
itself in a little more than two years
through the reduction in loss of time
People would not think of using
contaminated food or water, and yet
only within the last two decades
has there been any material prog
ress in real air conditioning.
Engineering staff members at the
college where a research laboratory
for domestic heating and air condi
tioning is being developed, said that
many installations being made un
der the name of air conditioning are
far from being complete. Real air
conditioning, they said includes
heating, cooling, humidifying, de
humidifying, purifying and air
FAMOUS HEARST VOLUMES
UNIVERSITY DEAN GETS
University of Oregon, Eugene,
March 29 Presentation by William
Randolph Hearst to Eric W. Allen,
dean of the University of Oregon
school of journalism, of two beauti
ful volumes containing accounts of
the lives of Senator George Hearst
and his wife, Phoebe Apperson
Hearst, was announced this week.
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