Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, May 12, 1938, Page Page Three, Image 3

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    Thursday, May 12, 1938
L. Slocums Move
To Rhea Creek Ranch
By Bertha Hunt
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Slocum
and family have moved to the Ger
ald Slocum ranch on Rhea creek
which they recently purchased.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Brown and
Mrs. Harold Ayers and son of Hepp
ner visited at the Roy Johnson home
Sunday. '
Denward, the young son of Mr.
and Mrs. John McMillan, celebrated
his third birthday with a party at
his home Sunday. Refreshments of
cake and ice cream were served.
Those present were Verne Gale,
Patty andf Demoine Hanks, Louise
and Claire Hunt, Lavonne and Col
leen McMillan.
Mrs. Chris Brown spent several
days this week in Corvallis where
she visited over Mother's Day wtih
her son Paul who is a student at
O. S. c.
Marvin Glasscock of La Grande
was a visitor in this community
The bazaar and food sale spon
sored by the Three Links club of
the Rebekah lodge was well attend
ed and a success financially. Elva
Ruhl held the winning number for
the quilt given away.
Mae Fryrear and daughter Bar
bara of Bend are visiting at the Roy
Johnson home.
Mrs. Jess Beardsley and two sons,
Richard and Paul, of Condon called
at the S. G. McMillan home Sunday,
Mrs. Trina Parker, Miss Dona
Barnett and Mrs. Earl Warner mo
tored to Pendleton Wednesday. Mrs.
Julia Cypert, the sister of W. F. and
T. L. Barnett, accompanied them
home for a visit.
Guests at the home of Mrs. Sarah
Booher Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.
Jess Smith and Mrs. Miller of Athe
na, Mr. and Mrs. Parvin and Mrs.
Law of Waitsburg, Mrs. Tom Bey
mer of Heppner and Mrs. Vern
Hanna and son Walter of Dufur.
Mrs. Golda Leathers left Monday
for La Grande where she will visit
her sister, Mrs. Frank Glasscock:
Mrs. Tempa Johnson left Thurs
day for Corvallis where she will
visit for a time with her daughter
and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Miss Etta Millet of Monmouth
visited for several days the past
week at the Geo. Peck home.
A 7-pound son was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Lonnie Hepderson Tues
day, May 10, at the Corda Saling
home in Heppner.
The Three Links club held their
regular meeting at the home of Mrs.
Laura Scott Tuesday afternoon.
Those present were Trina Parker,
Anna Keene, Ola Ward, Merle Car
michael, Cora Warner. Margaret
Leach, Norma Marquardt, Anne
Johnson, Mae Fryrear and Cecile
Jackson. The club will serve dough
nuts, hamburgers and coffee on
election day at the Leach Memorial
Those motoring to the mountains
during the week end were Mr. and
Mrs. Ladd Sherman, Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. D. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs.
James Leach, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
Scott and son Jerry and Bert Thorn
burg. Lexington grange will meet at the
hall at 8 o'clock Saturday evening.'
The grange property is undergoing
improvements by spreading of
crushed rock in front of the hall.
State grange will meet at Klamath
Falls, June 13-17. B. H. Peck.
School News
By Wilma Tucker
Dan Dinges returned to school
after a four weeks' absence due to
an appendicitis operation.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. D. Campbell
entertained members of the boys'
basketball team with a party Mon
day evening.
The high school girls went to
Boardman Thursday, May 5, for play
day. It was a nice trip and the girls
had a lovely time.
The student body has decided to
go to Hidaway for its annual picnic,
May 20.
Class Reunion Set for
May 28 at OSC
Oregon State College The silver
jubilee class of 1913 will be featured
at this year's alumni reunions to be
held in connection with the com
mencement weekend here. Saturday,
May 28, will be observed as Alumni
day. The golden jubilee class group
will include those from 1873 to 1888.
Joining with the silver jubilee
class will be friends from the classes
of 14, 15 and 16, who will hold sec
ondary reunions. Other reunions are
scheduled by the classes of 1894 to
'97 inclusive.
J. E. Cooter and Dorothea Stens
loff of Salem and Helen Cowgill of
Corvallis are heading plans for the
silver jubliee reunion.
Hardmanites Return
From Speech Festival
One of the high lights of our
whole year was the - trip to the
speech arts festival at La Grande.
Very early Saturday morning Vern
McDaniel Opal Hastings, Mildred
Clay, Irl Clary, Donald Robinson,
Truman Cannon, Richard Robisin
and Mrs. G. I. Clary left Hardman
and arrived at La Grande at 8:15.
They were shown over the build
ings and at 10:30 Opal Hastings and
Irl Clary took part in the poetry
reading. In the afternoon Irl, Mil
dred, Vern, Opal and Donald put
on the play, "Not Quite Such a
Goose,' and then enjoyed the other
plays, and at 5:30 there was a fes
tival dinner at the Fireside which
was poorly attended. The Hardman
group, however, enjoyed this part
of the day very much for Professor
Kaiser of the speech department
not only read Lindsay's Sante Fe
Trail, but afterwards the whole
group read the poems together as a
choral reading. Then all went back
to E. O. N. when another group of
plays was put on. The Hardman
people left La Grande at 10:15 and
were home very tired and sleepy at
2:15, but determined to go again"
next year and take about three days
for the trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl McDaniel vis
ited the Owen Leathers home Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stevens were
visiting friends and relatives here
Hardman has had nice weather for
several days and everybody hopes
it will stay like this.
The baccalaureate services were
held at the church Friday evening.
Rev. R. V. Hinkle preached the ser
mon. A choir consisting of the high
school girls and Miss Morton's room
accompanied by Mrs. G. I. Slary
sang three songs. The ladies of the
community had cleaned the church
thoroughly and had arranged and
decorated it beautifully.
Kinnard McDaniel's shearing crew
went back to shear after the cold
weather seems to be over. They are
at the Burton and Williams places
on Rock creek.
Mrs. Bud Fisk and daughter who
have been visiting her mother re
turned to her home in Arlington the
first of the week.
Ben Crisman and Miles Mclntyre
were visitors here for a short time
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Johnson and
children and Mrs. Bertha Johnson
visited here Sunday.
Owen Leathers has been very ill
for the past week with a cold.
The Community Sings was de
lighted with a number of specials
Wednesday night. Vera and Maxine
McDaniel sang "When I Grow Too
Old to Dream" and "When Ifs
Springtime in the Rockies." Perry
and Norvin Adams, accompanied by
Ed McDaniel on his guitar, sang "I
Was Born 4,000 Years Ago" and the
parody, "Kentucky Dew." Donald
Robinson on the accordian and Ed
McDaniel on the guitar played
"There's a Gold Mine In the Sky"
and "Nobody's Darling But Mine."
Since the next Community Sings
will be the last one of the school
year it will be followed by a danc
ing party.
J. N. Batty visited the Lewis Bat
ty home Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gallagher and
family have moved to Yakima.
Christian Endeavor met at the
usual hour on Sunday evening.
Most of the time was spent singing
because there wasn't any leader and
just a short meeting was held.
Sabin Hastings and Archie Bech
dolt were in Heppner on business
Those attending the show in Hepp
Gazette Times, Heppner,
ner Saturday were Mr. and Mrs,
Steers and sons Elmer and Gus, and
Mr. and Mrs. Max Buschke and
Mrs. Stanley Robinson went to
Spray on business last Saturday.
Mrs. Stanley Robinson accom
panied by Mrs. Neal Knighten, Mrs.
Muriei McCutcheon and Miss Iris
Morton went to Heppner Saturday.
Mrs. Roy Robinson, Rita and Cres
ton spent the week end at their
ranch in the mountains. Mr. Robin
son brought them back Sunday and
on Monady went to Lonerock.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Clemmer
and daughter, accompanied by El
liot Newport, are leaving for Wa-
pato to see Mr. Newport's mother
and then on to Vancouver, Wash., to
see Mr. Clemmer's mother.
Early last week everyone was
pleased to learn that Donald Rob'
inson received a scholarship to the
junior college at La Grande.
Mrs. J. W. Stevens, Mrs. Frank
McDaniel and Esten Stevens were
business visitors in Heppner last
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Robison
took Ed McDaniel as far as Yakima
last week. Mr. McDaniel went onto
Mr. and Mrs. Charley McDaniel
and Mrs. Bud Fisk and daughter
Marlene spent Saturday visiting the
James Burnside home.
C. W. McNamer took his sheep
through Monday on the, way to the
Clark Stevens ranch where they
will be sheared. He has them on
pasture on Rock creek west of town,
On Thursday of last week Dr. Rice
and Miss Stoneman came out for
the purpose of doing smallpox vac
cination and diphtheria immuniza
tion. Miss Marjorie Glavey with
the pupils of the Burton Valley
school and Mrs. Harriet Robison
with the Hail Ridge school brought
their pupils to the grade school
besides a number of pre-school chil
dren and adults of the community
who availed themselves of the op
portunity. The commencement exercises of
the Hardman Union high school will
be at the high school auditorium
Friday, the 13th, at 8 p. m. Donald
Robinson is the only graduate. Mrs.
Lucy Rodgers and Frank Alfred of
Heppner will be the speakers on
that evening. Everyone is invited
to attend.
The Birthday club party for Mrs.
Sam McDaniel on last Tuesday was
a special one because so many of
her relatives were able to be pres
ent. It was' a real reunion. All her
daughters were there, Mrs. Dick
Steers, Mrs. Frank Howell, Mrs.
Carey Hastings ahd Mrs. George
Samuels. Also her son Oren and
most of her grandchildren and one
greatgrandchild, Gay Harshman. Mr.
and Mrs. George Samuels, Mrs. I.
W. Bloom, Gladys Corrigall and
Shirley Ann of Echo drove over for
the day. There were forty-four
guests in all and Mrs. McDaniel re
ceived many attractive gifts. The
party was held at the home of Mrs.
Carey Hastings who served delicious
refreshments of sandwiches, cake,
butter horns and coffee.
Camp Heppner, CCC, will be host
to the- public at a get-acquainted
dance slated for the camp recrea
tional hall tomorrow evening. Lieu
tenant Anderson, camp comman
dant, has issued a general public
invitation, the purpose being to make
camp members and the public better
acquainted. There will be no ad
mission charge, and the camp will
serve refreshments.
Initrpntt law in
a programme,
ipirlt,and applin
It fairly and
Paid Adv. by H. K. Zimmerman
Open House, P. T. A.
Held at Boardman
Open House was held in the
school house Monday evening. It
was a regular P. T. A. meeting plus
the exhibition of the children's work
for the year. A typing demonstration
was given and other interesting
things. New P. T. A. officers were
elected. They are as follows: Mrs.
E. Sullivan, president; Mrs. G. Mc
Cutcheon, vice-president; Miss El
eanore Tildon, secretary; Miss Lois
Messenger, treasurer.
Adam Knoblock, government
trapper, succeeded last week in raid
ing three coyote dens. The small
coyotes are killed and skinned and
their hides sent to Washington, D. C.
A bridal shower honoring Mrs.
Eldon Shannon was given at the
home of Mrs. Buster Rands Tuesday
afternoon. A large crowd attended
and many lovely gifts were brought.
A Mother's day dinner was held
at the community church Sunday af
ternoon after church services. There
was a special program for Sunday
school. The juvenile grange mem
bers came in a body to church in
honor of their mothers.
A dance was held in the grange
hall Monday evening after Open
House with a pick-up orchestra.
Funeral services were held for
Frank Partlow Saturday afternoon
in the community church. Mrs. Sul
livan and Miss Messenger sang and
Mrs. Coats accompanied H. B. Thom
as preached the sermon. Interment
was in the Boardman cemetery.
Mrs. Maude Kobow and Mrs. L.
Davis spent the week end visiting
in Portland. Miss Leona Rose re
turned with them to visit Mrs. Ko
bow for a time.
Miss Virginia Compton spent the
week end in Hilgard where she vis
ited her father, L. W. Compton.
The faculty gave a shower for
Mrs. T. Laughlin Sunday evening
at the Elmer Sullivan home.
Irrigon Truck Depot
Gets New Location
James Arnbereg moved his garage
near his store to a new location last
week, making room for the Con
solidated truck depot which was
moved Friday by truck. Mr. Swear
ingen did the work. Mr. Arnberg
will have charge of all freight
shipped through Consolidated.
Mrs. Eiseman from Spokane is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Harry Smith
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Chambers and fam
ily moved from the Geo. Rand place
Why Change?
Judge Hall S.
Non-partisan Judiciary election
May 20, 1038
Paid ad Lusk for Supremo Court Committee,
Lawrence I. Harrl,chm.,326 Pacific Bldg.,
Portland, Oregon
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to the pimstead place last week
where they have employment.
Mrs. Ernest Stevens and baby
daughter visited friends and rela
tives at Arlington Friday.
Ollie Coryell had his store build
ing repainted last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Edwards
are visiting Mrs. Nora Wilson. Mrs.
Edwards will be remembered as
Miss Bessie Wilson. She has been
teaching at Madras and was mar
ried recently. The best wishes of her
friends are extended the young
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Caldwell of
Portland visited his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Caldwell from Fri
day until Sunday.
Snow McCoy of Hermiston spent
the week end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Emmett McCoy.
Mrs. Belle Caldwell, aged mother
of Fred Caldwell, was taken to The
Dalles recently for an operation on
her eyes. She has been blind for
some time. Latest reports are that
the operation was successful and
strong hopes are entertained for the
return of her normal vision.
Mr. and Mrs. John Voile were
called to Walla Walla last week by
the serious illness of Mr. Vplle's
brother who passed away at the' vet
erans' hospital Sunday night.
Gus Hallett was a business visitor
in this vicinity several days last
week. He rented his place which
was formerly occupied by Chas.
Langley and family to Don Isom
who moved his family in Sunday.
E. E. (Bub) Clark suffered a par
alytic stroke last Friday a,t the Gla
vey ranch on Rhea creek where he
was operating his sheep shearing
plant. He was rushed to Heppner by
his son Ernest and entered Hepp
ner hospital for treatment. His con
dition is said to be critical.
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