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Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Thursday, October 20, 1938
THE HEPPNER GAZETTE,
Established March 30, 1883;
THE HEPPNER TIMES.
Established November 18, 1897;
CONSOLIDATED FEBRUARY 15. 1912
Published every Thursday morning by
CRAWFORD PUBLISHING COMPANY
and entered at the Post Office at Hepp
ner, Oregon, as second-class matter,
JASPER V. CRAWFORD, Editor
SPENCER CRAWF0RD, Manager
One Year .
Three Years .6.00
Six Months . 1.00
Three Months .75
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Official Paper for Morrow Comnty
EDUCATORS generally in Ore
gon favor retention of Rex; Put
nam in the office of superintendent
of public instruction. By its very
nature, the office of superintendent
of public instruction is largely non
political, and it is unfortunate that
partisan politics should enter into
the selection of its administrator.
Putnam happens to be the demo
cratic nominee, but republican vot
ers should consider his excellent
service since appointment by Gov
ernor Martin to fill the vacancy left
by resignation of Charles A. How
ard. Putnam has shown no tendency
to make partisan politics in any way
a qualification for filling positions
of subordinates. He is a trained ed
ucator, progressive (educationally),
alert and active. There appears lit
tle need for a change.
PINE CITY NEWS
Family Reunion Held
By Pine City Folks
By BERNICE WATTENBURGER
A family reunion was held at the
W. D. Neill home Wednesday eve
ning. Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Neill and daughter
from Oceanside, Calif., Mr .and Mrs.
Hugh Neill of Hermiston, Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Mathers, Mr. and Mrs.
Charley Plourd and children.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Neill and sons
Harold and Clarence made a trip to
the John Day valley Thursday on
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Finch vis
ited Thursday afternoon at the Ed
Hughes ranch in the Lena district.
Donald Ebson was in the hospital
last week at Pendleton. They are
not sure just what is wrong with
Mr, and Mrs. Julian Rauch vis
ited Sunday evening at the A. E.
Miss Dora E. Moore of Hermiston
and Miss Josephine Rhea of Stan
field spent the week end at the J.
D. Moore home.
Marion Finch made a business trip
to Pendleton Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wattenburger
of Pasco, Wash., spent Saturday eve
ning and Sunday at the Lon Wat
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Neill and
daughter of Oceanside, Calif., visited
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Moore. The Neills and Mrs. Moore
left Sunday for Seattle to visit Mrs.
Moore's daughters, Mrs. Harold
Stewart and Mrs. Chris Broderson.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Daly and daugh
ter Kathleen were visitors in Pen
Charlotte Helms spent Sunday at
the Fred Rauch home.
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Rauch and
family spent Sunday afternoon at
the Fred Rauch home.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rauch spent
Sunday forenoon at the Jake Bow
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank the many friends
and neighbors for their kindness,
and also for the beautiful floral of
ferings in the illness and death of
our loved one.
Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Stout,
Mrs. Jeff French and family.
Facts for Drivers
From the office of Earl W. Snell,
Secretary of State.
Frequently we read newspaper
accounts of automobile accidents in
which a driver or an occupant of an
automobile has been pinned in or
beneath the wreckage for several
hours, often dying later because of
the continued exposure, shock or
Death might be averted in many
cases if relief for the victim were
speedy enough. The first thing to do
is to- see that men equipped to move
the wreck or cut away tangled
masses of steel are summoned imme
diately. Bare hands make a poor
substitute for blowtorches and
wrecking bars when quick removal
of an accident victim is involved.
The second thing is to see that the
victim is given proper care after he
has been taken from the wreckage.
If his injuries are at all serious, he
should be kept lying down, warmly
covered with coats or blankets, un
til an ambulance or truck arrives to
Something which few persons re
alize is the extent to which most ac
cident victims suffer from shock.
Their apparent injuries may be slight
yet they may develop serious ail
ments if, after undergoing the shock
of an accident, they are carelessly
handled or allowed to walk around.
One should be on the safe side and
keep the injured person as quiet as
possible until he has been examined
by a doctor. 1
Farm Bureau Meet
Set for Hood River
Oregon Farm Bureau federation
will hold its annual convention at
Hood River, November 9 and 10, an
nounces Mac Hoke of Pendleton,
president. Edward O'Neal, president
of the national federation, is ex
pected to be present and an excell
ent array of speakers is being ar
The committee organization in the
Farm Bureau is similar to that of
the Eastern Oregon Wheat league,
Hoke says, except that separate com
mittees function for various com
modities, livestock, wool and sheep,
fruit, dairy, nutgrowers and vege
tables. Reports will be heard from
these committees. '
Morrow County Boys
Place Wool at P. I.
Morrow county boys showing wool
at the recent Pacific International
Livestock exposition took the ma
jority of places in the fine wool di
vision of the grade show.
Guy Moore of Heppner placed first
in this class Dick Wilkinson, Hepp
ner, third and fifth, and Alex
Thompson, Heppner, fourth.
HOMECOMING SET AT OSC
Oregon State College November
12, the date of the Stanford-Oregon
State football game on Bell field,
will be homecoming time on the OSC
campus this fall. John Ansley of
Portland has been appointed gen
eral chairman of the homecoming
weekend by Bob Walker, student
Features already issued for the
entertainment of visitors will be the
competitive interfraternity sing es
tablished a few years ago, the big
noise parade and rally the night be
fore the game, and the colorful ani
mated house signs which always at
tract thousands on a circuit of the
BUYS PUREBRED STOCK
O. W. Cutsforth, large wheat op
erator of the Lexington section, at
tended an auction sale of purebred
dairy cattle near Joseph last week
end where he purchased four heifers
and a yearling bull. He reported
that prices were generally high with
demand at this time considerably
exceeding the supply. He also pur
chased a young Morgan horse at the
The Rev. C. F. Trimble, Pastor.
At Lexington: Sunday school 10,
sermon 11, Christian Endeavor 6:30
At lone: Sunday school 10, ser
For rent, furnished room with
kitchenette. Outside entrance. Phone
To Learn of Progress
Redmond Excellent progress with
reclamation work during 1938 will
be reported to the twenty-eighth
annual session of the Oregon Recla
mation congress to be held here
October 21 and 22, according to an
advance summary issued by Dr. W.
L. Powers, secretary of the congress
and head of the soils department at
Oregon State college.
Listed among advancements made
this year are dike construction along
the lower Willamette and Columbia
rivers, surveys and right-of-way
clearance on the Deschutes project,
additional drains and dike construc
tion in South Warner valley, and a
$40,000 drainage cleaning project in
the Chewaucan marsh.
Standing committees in charge of
the 11-point program of conserva
tion and development of soil and
water resources in Oregon will make
progress reports at the session. Pres
ident Frank T. Morgan of Nyssa will
present an annual report in which
the reclamation situation in Oregon
will be summarized. Out-of-state
speakers to be heard will include
John W. Haw of St. Paul, agricul
tural and industrial agent of the
Northern Pacific Railroad company;
W. W. McLaughlin of Berkeley, as
sociate chief of the U. S. bureau of
agricultural engineering, and F. O.
Hagie, executive secretary of the
National Reclamation association.
Wood sawing anywhere, cash or
what have you, Max Schulz, city.
Walter M. Pierce
ACTIVITY: Pierce has actively
supported Oregon Agriculture and
has maintained the same 42c tar
iff on milling wheat and 43c tariff
on wool in effect under former ad
ministrations. He has supported
every claim for protection of our
products when reciprocal tariffs
SUPPORTED: Irrigation extension,
Columbia River Development,
Government support for wheat,
wool and other agricultural prod
ucts. Prevented reoccurrence of
fatal 1932 prices, in spire of tre
COMMITTEES: Only Oregon rep
resentative on Agricultural com
mittee. On Joint Senate-House Special
Pacific Coast Representative on
It takes years of service to get this
representation. Do not lose that
prestige in Washington.
SUPPORT WALTER M. PIERCE
You can talk to Congress thru him.
Paid Political Advertising
CHURCH OF CHRIST
ALVIN KLEINFELDT, Pastor
Worship with us Sunday.
The Union evening meeting will
be held in this church.
Bring your "League of 100,000
enrollment cards to hand in Sunday.
"What do I owe
To Christ, my Lord, my King?
That all my life
Be one sweet offering;
That all my life
To noblest heights aspire,
That all I do
Be touched with holy fire."
Bible School 9 :45 a. m.
Morning Service - 11 :00 a. m.
C. E. Society 6:30 p. m.
Evening Services 7 :S0 p. m.
Choir Practice, Wednesday 730 p. m.
Midweek Service, Thursday 7:30 p. m.
REV. R. C. YOUNG, Pastor
Sunday : Bible School 9 :45 A. M.
Worship Service . 11 :00 A. M.
Epworth League 7 :00 P. M.
Evening Worship 7 :00 P. M.
Tuesday: Boys' Club 7:00 P. M.
2nd Tuesday, Misisonary Meet
ing - 2:30 P. M.
Wednesday: Choir Practice ..... 7:30 P. M.
1st Wednesday, Ladies Aid Business
and Social Meeting 2:30 P. M.
All other Wednesdays: Sewing Group
Thursday: Prayer Meeting 7:30 P. M.
THE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Pastor E. O. Greeley
Bible School 9 :45 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m.
Evagelistic Service 7 :30 p. m.
Tuesday Evening Bible Study 7 :30, p. m.
Thursday Evening Preaching, 7:30 p. m.
Uptown Open-Air Service, Sat., 7 p. m.
Potted plants at all times, phone
1332: will deliver. 15tf
G. T. Want Ads bring results.
give zest to our
Fall and Winter
A good meal
ED CHINN, Prop.
HEAR THE NEW
Zenith Radio Organ
AUTOMATIC TUNING $24.95 and Up
NEW FARM RADIOS Automatic Tuning
Used Radios, $2.50 and Up Used Car Radios, $10.00 and Up
COMPLETE RADIO REPAIR
Patterson & Son
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