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Thursday, April-7, 1938
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner,- Oregon
R. C. Phelps went to Tenino,
Wash., last week where he attend
ed funeral services for an old time
friend, Mr. Edminster. The deceas
ed had visited the Phelps home in
.Heppner a few weekes ago shortly
after his wife passed away. Mrs.
Edminster died just six weeks be
fore her husband, and Mr. Edmin
ster was buried on their 45th wed
Mr. and Mrs. George French ex
pect to leave this afternoon on the
return to their home at Riverton,
'Wyo. They have been here for six
months, during which time Mr.
i French has been unable to be out
much, due to ill health.
Mrs. Alva Jones accompanied Mr.
Jones and contingent of bandsters
; on their way to Eugene, stopping off
at Portland to visit at the home of
her sister, Mrs. W. V. Crawford,
imtil the party's return.
The regular business meeting of
American Legion auxiliary will be
Tield Monday evening, April 11, at
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me jiume ui mis. rioya. Aaams wiul
Mrs. Harvey Bauman as hostess.
Mrs. Percy Bleakman and Miss
Ho Merrill were in the city Monday
from Portland to attend funeral ser
vices for their grandmother, the late
Mrs. Susan Emma Whetstone.
Mrs. Jennie McMurray was a vis
itor in the city yesterday from the
Jordan Siding home.
To rent, 3 acres of alfalfa, garden
ground and berries. Phone 1013, city.
J. L. GAULT GIVES DETAILED REPORT
OF INFANTILE PARALYSIS CAMPAIGN
To the People of Morrow County:
As chairman of the President's Birthday celebration for the New Na
tional Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, I herewith submit the following
report of the funds raised for that purposes, now in the hands of the treas
urer, Mr. Jos. J. Nys, which fuonds will now be remitted to the offices of
the Foundation in New York City;
From sale of Founders Certificates : $ 29.00
From other sources:
Dance ; $22.10
Card party 10.50
Donations : 1.50
Music ; $2.90
Miscellaneous 2.20 5.10 29.00 $58.00
From sale of Founders Certificates $ 46.00
From other sources: 1
, Dance $20.00
Tickets, wax 1.05 3.55 16.45 $ 62.45
From sale of Founders Certificates $134.00
From other sources:
Dance tickets sold for President's Birthday cele
bration dance held at Heppner 30.00
Benefit card party , $34.50
Less expense , 3.00 31.50 $195.50
Pine City-Lena . . .
From sale of Founders Certificates $ 45.00 $ 45.00
From sale of Founders Certificates $ 49.24 $ 49.24
. From sale of Founders Certificates .'..$ 67.50 $ 67.50
From sale of Founders Certificates $ 6.75
From other sources: ,
Dance and supper : .$56.80
Making and raffling quilt 30.00
, . Music v $24.00
Rent of hall 1.50
Miscellaneous for quilt 3.28 36.78 $ 50.02 $ 56.77
From sale of Founders Certificates .$196.25
From other sources: ... .
Miscellaneous donations 5.00
Heppner CCC Camp No. 297 11.35
Auxiliary Episcopal Church, benefit card party 12.00
Heppner High School Student Body 12.25
President's Birthday dance, tickets sold and donations 221.70
Rent of hall 20.00 -
Alrovticintf .. 22.50
Trs! Dane tickets sold in lone, for
included both in lone and Heppner totals 30.00
Less administrative expense, cost of telegram from County Chair
man to National Headquarters 52
Total $868 49
It is the desire of the Executive Committee, including the Secretary,
the Treasurer, and myself as County Chairman, to extend to all the commu
nity chairmen, their helpers and to all those who contributed of their time
and money, our sincere thanks and appreciation of the splendid results
obtained in putting over so successfully in Morrow County this really
worth while undertaking. Respectfully submitted,
J. L. GAULT, Chairman, Morrow County, Oregon.
2 cows for sale; 1 coming fresh
with 2nd calf this month, the other
older and milking about 3 gal.; both
for $100. Walter Jepson, lone.. 5-6
E. J. Evans was transacting busi
ness in the city yesterday from the
Lexington farm, expressing pleasure
over present growing conditions.
. Mrs. Lena White arrived the end
of the week from Payette, Idaho, to
visit her daughter, Miss Mary White.
Mrs. Edward Green of Portland
visited the end of the week with her
mother, Mrs. Agnes Curran.
Must sell 1930 4-door sedan. Only
$35. Phone 552. ltp.
WILLOWS GRANGE NEWS
The social committee of Willows
grange has announced a dance in
the Legion hall in lone on Saturday
night, April 9. The Home Econom
ics club ladies will serve supper.
Good dance music is assured as the
Troubadors will play.
Willows grange Home Economics
club will have their next meeting
on April 15, at the home of the state
grange home economics chairman,
Mrs. Mary Lundell. This will be
an all day pot-luck dinner meeting
and every member is urged to at
tend. If possible the business meet
ing will be held before noon, as
Mrs. Lundell plans to have a talk
by Miss Stoneman, the visiting
county health nurse, and perhaps
other talks by visitors in the after
noon. The men folk of the grange
are invited to the Lundell home the
same day, where they will have a
4.00 94.00 , 127.70 $364.55
the dance held at Heppner, and
weed identification meeting with the
county agent of Gililam county and
the FFA instructor, Marvin Wight-
man, from Arlington.
RHEA CREEK NEWS
Grange was held last Sunday, the
first Sunday being our regular
meeting day. Tom . Wells was obli
gated in the third and fourth de
grees. The resignation of Floy Akers
as lecturer was read and accepted.
Maud Rugg was elected to fill the
unexpired term. The resignation of
Fred Akers, chairman of the execu
tive committee, was read and ac
cepted. The Home Economics club will
meet at the grange hall April 28
in an all-day meeting.
Miss Dorothea Anderson is visit
ing at the home of her brother and
wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Andere
son, on Eight Mile.
Estes orchestra will furnish music
for a dance at Rhea creek Saturday,
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Clark are vis
iting at the home of Mrs. Clark's
sister, Mrs. Walter Beckett.
Visit Glutton Falls
On Sneak Day
By OPAL HASTINGS
The Hardman high school took
sneak day on Wednesday. They
hiked to Glutton falls where they
enjoyed a doubtful lunch which in
cluded stewed coffee flavored with
cinders, scorched potatoes and oleo
margarine, cookies, mince pie, sand
wiches and apples. The afternoon
was spent in recovering from the
lunch and getting home, and then
recovering for good. They intend
to go again.
Raymond McDonald and Duff Mc
Kitrick spent the week end with
Mrs. Whetstone, mother of Mrs.
William Bechdolt and Mrs. E. J.
Merrill, died in Heppner Friday
morning. . I .
Mrs. Ada Cannon is .all ready for
spring driving with her new ma
roon DeSoto car.
On Friday the Spray high school
came here for sneak day. They vis
ited high school in the morning and
played soft ball in the afternoon.
They have a very good team which
is shown by the fact that they won,
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31 to 17. Sometime before school is
out, Hardman high school plans to
return the visit and play them again.
James Stevens and Ad Inskeep
were business visitors in Heppner
There were three specials at the
last Community Sing. A guitar duet,
"Gold Mine in the Sky," by Mildred
and Irl Clary, accompanied by Miss
Iris Morton on the piano. A poem,
"Step Faster, Please," by Nona Ins
keep, and "In the Valley of the
Moon" and "When I Grow Too Old
to Dream," by Donald Robinson and
Mrs. Raymond McDonald was in
Heppner Saturday to attend to bus
iness. 'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Batty and
Miss Gladys Smith and the Joe
Batty family were visiting the Lewis
Batty home Saturday.
Fred Reed and Slim Underwood
were visitors in Heppner Sunday.
Miss Isabel McFerrin spent the
week end at the mill with her folks,
Mr. and Mrs. Loy McFerrin.
Church was held here on Sunday
evening. Rev. R. V. Hinkle, arch
deacon of eastern Oregon, preached
A very good time was reported at
the dance here Saturday night. Mu
sic was furnished by Scott Brown's
Old Timers. Ivan Leathers played
his cornet which helped the orches1
tra very much.
There will be a carnival at the
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The Dalles Freight Line, Inc.
Daily Service Between
PORTLAND : THE DALLES : HEPPNER
and Way Points
Warehouse: KANE'S GARAGE
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Hardman high school Saturday, Ap
ril 16, proceeds of which will be di
vided equally among the grade
school, Democratic committee and the
Cove club. There will be a number
of one-act plays and other shorter
entertainment, as well as all the
booths and fun that go with a car
nival. Watch the posters and next
week's issue for further information.
The weather man made a last ef
fort to provide skiing opportunities
Snow fell Sunday night but started
melting rapidly when the sun came
out Monday. Tuesday morning we
again faced a white world with 8
inch drifts and the appearance of
the beginning of a real storm.
Christian Endeavor will be held
next Sunday by Rita Robinson. Ev
E. Jay Merrill is visiting his
daughter, Mrs. Percy Bleakman, in
Portland. While there he is having
his eyes treated.
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Knighten went
to Heppner Sunday where Mrs.
Knighten consulted a doctor. They
were accompanied by Miss Iris Mor
ton and Marvin Brannon.
FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for the office of County As
sessor subject to the will of the Dem
ocratic voters at the Primary Nom
inating Election to be held May 20,
(Paid Adv.) EDW. D. CLARK.
Carl D. Spickerman, Agent