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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1938)
Continued from First Pago
The Lexington C. K society held
its election of officers and business
meeting Sunday evening at the Con'
gregational church. The following
officers were elected: President,
Edith Edwards; vice-president, Erma
Scott; secretary-treasurer, Jerrine
Edwards; social chairman, Rae Cow
ins; prayer meeting chairman, Doris
Scott; Lookout chairman, Zelma
Way; missionary chairman, Maxine
A. M. Edwards and daughter
Edith were business visitors in Ken
newick and Pasco Wednesday.
Mrs. Elsie Cowins and daughter
Ruth of Heppner visited at the
George Allyn home Wednesday.
Church services will be held at
the Congregational church Sunday
evening at 8:15. C. E. at 7:15. Union
Sunday school is held in the Chris
tian church at 10 a. m. Sunday.
Mrs. Alta Cutsforth visited at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Harold
Mrs. Ralph Jackson and daughters,
Marcella and Carol, and Miss Opal
Leach were visitors in Pendleton
Earl Taylor and Stanley Ott of
Portland arrived at the home of A.
M. Edwards last Wednesday. Thurs
day morning they accompanied Mr.
Edwards on a four-day hunting
trip. They returned to their home
Wm. D. Campbell motored to Port
land over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Duvall were
business visitors at the Morris mine
in the Greenhorn mountains two
days last week.
Local people attending the 4-H
mother and daughter banquet in
Heppner Monday night were Mrs.
Wm. Van Winkle and daughter, Mrs.
Harvey Miller and daughter Col
leen, Mrs. John Miller and daugh
ter Roberta, Mrs. Ralph Jackson
and daughter Marcella, Mrs. Elmer
Hunt and daughter Louise, Mrs. Ju
lian Rauch and daughter Jean, and
Mrs. Charles Marquardt and daugh
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hunt and
family, Mrs. Al Cox and Eileen Scott
spent Sunday in Hermiston.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Edmondson
visited in Enumclaw, Wash., at the
home of their daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Nichols.
They were accompanied by Mrs.
Harvey Bauman who motored on to
Seattle to visit with her sister and
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
mond Tachell. The party left Wed
nesday and returned home Sunday.
Mrs. Berta Cantwell is visiting at
the home of her daughter, Gwen
Otto Ruhl took Mrs. Rosa Eskel-
son to Pendleton where she will
make her home with her sister,
Westley Fleenor of Berkeley has
come to make his home with Mr,
and Mrs. Otto Ruhl.
' Mrs. Myra Munkers and daughter,
Mrs. Gentry, who have been visiting
of Public Instruction
The bett in education for
Oregon1 children with equal
opportunities for all.
GUgaUi A. Rice
at the Sylvannus Wright home left
for California to visit another daugh
Lexington grange members and
degree team will meet with Willows
grange in a special meeting at Cecil
hall Thursday, Oct. 27, when candi
dates in waiting will be initiated in
the first and second degrees of Pa
trons of Husbandry.
Nov. 5, Willows grange will in
itiate in the third and fourth de
grees at Lexington grange halL
An old-time dance will be held at
Lexington grange hall Saturday,
Building material is being secured
this week for planned improvements
to the grange hall.
Regular meeting with lecturers
program and election of officers of
Lexington grange will occur Nov. 12.
B. H. Peck.
The high school girls are going to
lone Wednesday for a Play-day.
The teachers attended the institute
in Pendleton Thursday and Friday.
The Brosnans entertained the Le
na grange Home Economics club at
their home Wednesday.
Mrs. M. McGuire is home visiting
her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Brosnan.
The Lena grange gave a card party
Saturday night at the hall.
Mrs. Ola Jones is getting along
fine since her accident two weeks
Connie Instone gave a party for
some of her school friends Sunday.
Games were played and refresh
Mrs. Edwin Hughes has returned
home from visiting her folks at
Notice of Budget Meeting of the Tax
Levying Board of the City of Heppner
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on the 21st day of November. 1938,
at the hour of 7:30 P. M., of said day at the Council Chambers in said City
of Heppner, Oregon, the tax levying board of said city will meet for the pur
pose of discussing and considering the tax budget hereinafter set forth of
said city for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1939, and any taxpayer of
the city of Heppner may at said time appear and be heard either in favor
of or in opposition to the tax levy as
Chief of Police
MATERIALS, SUPPLIES, ETC.
Premium on Bonds
Printing and Advertising
Swimming Tank Operation
Streets and Bridges
Hose, Extras, Truck, Fuel
Redemption of Water Bonds
INTEREST ON BONDS
Salary Water Master : $ 1,500.00
Labor, Repairs and Supplies 1,500.00
Replacing Mains and Improvements 2,000.00
TOTAL ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES
Water Collections $12,500.00
Licenses and share of state Liquor License 400.00
County Road Tax : 1,500.00
Swimming Tank 400.00
TOTAL AMOUNT TO BE RAISED
Dated at Heppner, Oregon, this 24th day of October, 1938.
P. W. MAHONEY, Chairman.
Attest: E. R. HUSTON, City Recorder and Clerk of Levying Board,
Gazette Times, Heppner,
To National Meet
Oregon State College, Corvallis,
Oct. 26. Ed Burchell of Lexington,
senior in education at O. S. C, has
been chosen as delegate to the an
nual convention of Sigma Delta Chi,
national professional society for
men in journalism, to be held this
year on the University of Wisconsin
campus at Madison, Wis., in Novem
ber. Burchell was last year's editor of
the Barometer, O. S. C. daily pa
per, and is very prominent in school
A4v pmid tor by AilttJ Frmr f
M. L MmMkH, Pratidvirt, H4 Uvr,
therein set forth or any item thereof.
BY TAXATION $10,375.00
Fourteen million dollars will be
required to finance old age pensions
in Oregon during the next biennium
according to Elmer Goudy, state re
lief administrator. At that only one
aged person out of every four in the
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