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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1938)
Lucille Jones and
Guy Moore Named
Top 4-H Workers
Morrow County Boy,
Girl to Attend P. I.
as Guests of Bank
Chosen as the outstanding 4-H
club boy and girl in Morrow county
by a local judging committee, Lu
cille Jones of Irrigon and Guy Moore
of Pine City, will go to Portland as
guests of The First National Bank
of Portland for three days during
the Pacific International Livestock
exposition. They were selected as
winners from this county in the
third annual 4-H club Achievement
and Leadership contest sponsored
by the state-wide banking institu
tion among the 25,000 club members
Two club members from every
county in the state are being an
nounced as winners this week thru
H. C. Seymour, state club director,
in charge of judging and awards.
Together with two winners from
the city of Portland, the 72 county
members '.vill convene in Portland
October 5, 6 and 7. Heightened in
terest ar.d personal achievement
among 4-H club members have made
this year's selection a difficult task,
according to the local judging com
mittee, composed of Joseph Belan
ger, county agricultural agent; Mrs.
Lucy Rodgers, county school super
intendent, and B. C. Pinckney, man
age of the Heppner branch of The
First National Bank of Portland.
Lucille Jones, member of Home
making and Cookery 4-H clubs,
directed by Mrs. A. C. Houghton and
Vonna Jones, was announced win
ner among girls for her work in
county fair exhibits, winning two
first place awards and first place in
As recognition of his activity in
sheep club work over a period of the
past four years during which time
he has exhibited some 30 to 35 ani
mals at the Morrow County fair and
12 animals at the Oregon State fair,
Guy Moore was chosen from among
boys of the county. He is a member
of the Pine City 4-H club under the
leadership of L. D. Neill.
Awards include transportation and
all other expenses during the visit
to Portland which is being arranged
by officers of The First National
Bank of Portland. The 74 guests will
follow a three-day program , which
will include attendance at the Pa
cific International Livestock exposi
tion, sight-seeing tours of Portland,
special luncheons, an evening at the
Horse Show, banquets and a dance.
Mr. Pinckney states that every
detail of the visit has been arranged
by the bank to insure complete com
fort and safety of its 4-H guests,
"We consider it a distinct privilege
to honor these young people who
are proving themselves exceptional
in character and leadership through
the fine 4-H movement," he added.
On Safe Driving
Past safety records are no guar
anty against future accidents, John
Kerrick, safety speaker from the
office of Secretary of State Earl
Snell, told students of Heppner high
school at an assembly here this
week. The speaker also appeared at
lone high school.
Kerrick is making a tour of all
the state's high schools for the sec
ond successive year, giving a safety
talk and showing sound films in
each school. Last year he appeared
in 267 schools and spoke before more
than 44,000 students.
"One doesn't have to be a fast or
spectacular driver to be a good
driver," Kerrick told his audience.
"Good driving means constant at
tention to the all-important rules of
the road, rather than the reckless
handling of the horse-power and
tonnage in an automobile."
Kerrick pointed out that whether
or not a young person learned the
importance of safe driving before
becoming involved in an accident
depended upon that person's atti
tude toward his obligations as a
CHURCH OF CHRIST
ALVIN KLEINFELDT. Pastor
Morning sermon, "Archaeology
Confirms the Bible."
Union evening meeting at the
"In the last fifty years, the arch
aeologists have discovered and un
covered the buried remains of so
manv cities, mentioned in the Bible
whose very existence was denied by
critics. Of the hundreds and thous
ands of discovered and deciphered
ancient records and inscriptions, not
one has been found contradicting
the statements of the Scriptures,
while literally hundreds have been
found verifying them." C. J. Sharp
Remember our study of the book
of Revelations at our Thursday night
meeting. This will continue for a
Bible School 9:45 a. m
Morning- Service 11:00 a. m
C. E. Society :0 P-
Evening: Services - 7:80 p. m
Choir Practice, Wednesday - 7:80 p. m
Midweek Service, Thursday 7:80 p. m,
REV. R. C. YOUNG. Pastor
Sunday will be Rally Day in the
Church school and Church services
Vacations are over, school has start
ed, fall work is in full swing. The
Church stands with a glad hand to
welcome vou to any or all if s ser
vices. The union service will be in
this Church Sunday evening at 7:30.
Sunday : Bible School 8 :45 A. M.
Worship Service 11 sou a. m.
Epworth League 7 :00 P. M.
Kvnninir Worshio 8:00 P. M.
Tuesday: Boys' Club 7:00 P. M.
2nd Tuesday, Missionary Meet
ins 2:80 P. M.
Wednesday : Choir Practice 7 :80 P. M.
lBt wednsday, JLaaies Ala Business
and Social Meeting 2:80 P. M.
All other Wednesdays Sewing Group
Thursday: Prayer Meeting 7:80 P. M.
ALL SAINTS' CHURCH.
10 A. M., Church School.
11 A. M.. Holy Communion and
sermon by Rev. F. C. Wissenbach of
Archdeacon Hinkle will supply
Dean Wissenbach' s pulpit in the
Church of the Redeemer.
On Thusday, Oct. 6th, there will
be a regional conference for the
laitv at Pendleton: supper at 6:30.
Rev. Joseph Settle of Walla Walla
and Mr. David Knapp of Spokane
will be the speakers. We hope a
large delegation may attend.
Succeed in Hunts
By Hardman High School
Fan Miller, Lewis Batty, Darrel
Farrens, Adrain Bechdolt, Harold
Wright, Donald Robinson and Chas.
McDaniel have all been successful
in getting bucks this season.
Harry and Carl Sevey and Jimmy
and Lewis Page, all of Vale, were
visiting friends and relatives from
Wednesday to Sunday of last week.
Henry Graham and Misses Fran
ces and Alene Inskeep attended the
show in Heppner Sunday.
John Kerrick who was sent out
from the office of Earl Snell, secre
tary of state, was in Hardman Fri
day to talk about rules of safety for
Miss Delsie Bleakman who is visit
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Jim McDan
iel at Scio, is much improved in
health and enjoying her stay there.
What a hum of activity in the
grade school these days! Children
exchanging rooms, boxes, papers,
pencils, other materials under their
arms, happy smiles on their faces.
Where are they going? To the new
SDecial activity classes on Tuesday,
Wtdnesday and Thursday afternoons.
On Tuesday there is a sewing class
conducted by Mrs. McCutchen and
a crafts class conducted by Mrs.
Brannon. Mrs. McCutcheon teaches
basketry on Wednesday afternoon
while Mrs. Brannon teaches paint
ing. Thursday all the children dance
to music played by Mrs. Brannon
as Mrs. McCutcheon teaches them
folk and tap dancing.
The Sunday school attendance
was the same as previously in spite
of the change in time. Juanita By
ers was elected president of the
Loyal Leaders class and her sister,
Adeline, was chosen as secretary.
Gazette Times, Heppner,
The Sunday school is putting out a
weekly bulletin which is distributed
to the homes.
Less Robinson and Guy Chapin
went to Pondoso to visit Less' broth
er, Art Robinson.
Mrs. Kinnard McDaniel moved to
Mr. and Mrs. Carey Hastings and
children and Miss Vern McDaniel
went to Pendleton Monday to con
sult a physician. Both Yvonne and
Vern had their glasses changed.
Jim Stevens was called back to
duty in the forest service Monday.
This time he is at Rancherio. Owen
Leathers went back on the same day
and his new station is Wheeler point.
During the summer Jim had been
at Potamus and Owen at Red Hill.
Mrs. Thomas Williams of Port
land, a sister of Mrs. E. G. Craber,
has been visiting at the Craber
home. She also visited at the Guy
Hustons and with other friends. Af
ter having been here for about two
weeks she returned to her home
Christian Endeavor met at 4:30
for the first time Sunday with a
slightly smaller attendance and with
Mrs. McCutchen as leader. Next
Sunday Irl Clary will lead and his
subject will be "War and what it
means to us."
Due to the resignation of Bernard
Bleakman as a school director in
Dist. 40, a special meeting was call
ed Saturday. Lewis Batty was elect
ed. Mrs. Owen Leathers and Mr. and
Mrs. Victor Lovgren and children
visited Owen Leathers at Wheeler
point for an all-day picnic Sunday.
Gordon Craber was taken sud
denly ill with an acute attack of in
digestion Saturday night A Hepp
ner doctor was called out, and Sun
day morning Gordon's condition
was not serious.
Donald Robinson got a four-point
buck the first day of the season and
to make sure it would not chase him
up a tree he shot it three times in
the head. We all recall Donald's ex
perience in shooting a deer from a
tree last season.
On Marvin Brannon's birthday last
Sunday the Brannons entertained
Mr. and Mrs. James Brannon and
daughter Darlene at dinner.
Tommy Garham and Marvin Sad
dler stayed with Creston and Don
ald Robinson over the week end.
While there they did some intensive
hunting but have no evidence in
Mrs. Ed Hayden and son Dale of
Klamath Falls have been visiting at
the George Hayden home. Friday
afternoon they visited the Mr. and
Mrs. F. T. Collins home. They were
accompanied by Mrs. George Hay
den. Incidentally Mrs. Ed Hayden is
an aunt of Foster Collins and they
give zest to our
Fall and Winter
A good meal
ED CHINN, Prop.
had not seen each other for thirty
A sizeable crowd of Morrow coun
ty folks attended the fair and rodeo
at John Day Sunday. Hardman's
only representatives were Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Robinson and daughter
Several Gilliam county men in
terested in Hereford cattle were vis
itors at the Roy Robinson ranch. on
Saturday. They were Sid Seale, Her
bert Johnson, William Marshal, Gil
liam county agent, Pete Pattee and
son, Don McFalome and son.
Mene Inskeep and Junior Leath
ers were on the spelling honor roll
last week. Vera McDaniel and Jean
Leathers were on the week before.
Mrs. Rodgers, Miss Stoneman and
Dr. Rice were out Wednesday to give
Schick tests for diphtheria.
Serious highway crashes are like
ly to result when two drivers travel
ing in the same direction attempt
to pass a third car at the same time,
Secretary of State Earl Snell com
ments. He advises that the second
car in the line be given first chance
to pass, and that the driver of the
rear car pass the other two only af
ter sounding his horn and making
sure the second car will not pull out
O 2 Lb. Tin 45c
O 4 Lb. Tin 85c
AIRWAY .. 3 LBS. 44c
NOB HILL 2 LBS. 39c
BROOMS, Kitchen brand Each 39c
COOKIES, Hawaiian Delight, . Lb. 15c
TOILET TISSUE, Silk brand .... 6 Rolls 25c
CORN FLAKES, Albers 4 Pkgs. 25c
LARD Armours 8 lb. pail $1.15
OATS, Albers Roseware
Large Pkg 27c
SODA, A. & H 3 Pkgs. 25c
Sardines, Ige. oval, 3 tins 29c
Str. Beans, No. 2 tins 6 for 55c
SHORTENING, Pearl 4 Lb. Ctn. 49c
TOMATOES, No. 2Vi tins 3 for 29c
BEANS, Reds or Sm. Whites .... 1 0 Lbs. 45c
MACARONI or Spaghetti 5 Lbs. 25c
o FRESH PRODUCE
GRAPES, Tokays .. -. 4 LBS. 25c
SWEET SPUDS, Jerseys 5 LBS. 29c
ONIONS, Walla Walla sweet .. 10 LBS. 19c
BUNCH VEGETABLES PER BU. 3c
Harvest Blossom, Sk. fl"l IE
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Kitchen Craft .... Sk. fl AQ
Give yourself a treat.
Enjoy rich cane and
maple SLEEPY HOL
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Ask for it in one of the
fonr convenient sizes.
Thursday, Sept. 29, 1938
The average man or woman driver
requires exactly .8050 seconds to spot
danger on the highway, take his foot
off the accelerator and apply the
brake, Secretary of State Earl Snell
announced on the basis of tests
made with the reactometer displayed
in the state department booth at the
state fair in Salem.
NOTICE OF SALE OF COUNTY
By virtue of an order of the Coun
ty Court, dated the 20th day of Sep
tember, 1938, I am authorized and
directed to advertise and sell at
public auction, at not less than the
minimum price herein set forth af
ter each tract or parcel:
SNEy4 of Section 34, and S
NW of Section 35, Township 1
South, Range 24 East of Willam
ette Meridian. Minimum price
NNNEy4 of Section 17,
Township 4 North, Range 25
East of Willamette Meridian.
Minimum price $40.00.
Therefore I will on the 15th day
of October, 1938, at the hour of 2:00
P. M., at the front door of the Court
House in Heppner, Oregon, sell said
property to the highest bidder for
cash in hand.
C. J. D. BAUMAN, Sheriff,
Morrow County, Oregon.
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