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Thursday December 1, 1938
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
By MARGARET SCOTT
The local people spent Thanks
giving day visiting with various rel
atives and friends. Mr. and Mrs.
Merle Miller and family and Gor
don Banker spent the day in Pilot
Rock; Mrs. Alta Cutsforth and
daughters, Mrs. Gladys Gentry and
daughter and Lyle Cowdry of Hepp
ner at the Harold Townsend home;
Mr. and Mrs. Al Fetch, Mr. and
Mrs. Julian Rauch and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Rauch and family of
Pine. City, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph
Khnger and family, Mr. and Mrs,
Adolph Majeske and family, and
Bill Van Winkle at the Henry Rauch
home; Rae Cowins in Heppner at
the home of her parents; Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Hunt and family, Mrs.
Laura Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Jackson and family at the Harry
Duvall home; Mrs. Ralph Scott and
family at the Neil Knighten home
in Hardman; Arnold Sprauer at the
home' of his parents in Mount An
gel; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Car
michael and Mr. and Mrs. Ladd
Sherman in Portland; George-Mc
Millan and wife of Portland at the
Gus McMillan home; Mr. and Mrs.
Wilbur Steagall and family at the
home of Mr. Steagall's mother in
Spray; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bresh
ears and daughters at the Carl Whil
lock home; Mr. and Mrs. John Pad-
berg, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Padberg
and family and Eldee Vinson at the
Orris Padberg home; Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Kuehn of West Linn at the
home of Mrs. Kuehn's sister and
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
Ryan; Margaret Campbell at the
home of her brother and sister-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. D. Camp
bell; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jones at
the Ted McMillan home; Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Palmer and son, Mr. and
Mrs. Marion Palmer and son and
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison and family
at the Lawrence Palmer home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jackson and
family spent the week end visiting
Asa Lee Way, small son of Mr. and
, Mrs. Dan Way, was reported lost
Sunday afternoon and many local
people aided in the hunt for him.
He was finally discovered asleep
behind the stove at home.
Howard Lane has returned to his
home from Portland to recuperate
from his recent illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Breshears
celebrated their 29th wedding anni
versary and their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr., and Mrs. Wilbur
Steagall celebrated their 7th wed
ding anniversary, November 28, with
a chicken dinner at the Breshears
home. The children and grandchil
dren were present
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Campbell of Cove
visited at the Wm. Campbell home
Friday. Margaret Campbell returned
home with them.
Ted and Ebb McMillan spent Fri
day in The Dalles and Mrs. Ted Mc
Millan and daughters, Pat and Jo,
spent the day visiting friends in
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Palmer are
in Portland and their small son Lee
is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Palmer.
A. M. Edwards and daughter Edith
were business visitors in Pomeroy,
Mrs. James Leach returned home
from Portland Monday evening.
Ellwynne and Kenneth Peck wee
visitors at the home of their parents
Thanksgiving day from their re
spective colleges. Kenneth returned
to Portland Friday to attend the
Oregon-Oregon State football game,
A. M. Edwards and Vernon Scott
made a business trip to Washington
Harold Townsend spent the week
end with his family from his work
Union Sunday school at 10:00 a. m,
at the Christian church. Church ser
vices at 11:00 in Christian church.
C. E. at 7:00 p. m. at Congregational
A. M. Edwards left Monday after
noon for Washington to work.
The Christian Endeavor society
gave a Thanksgiving party in the
Congregational church Tuesday eve
ning. Various games were played
under the direction of Edith Ed
wards. The Heppner and lone so
cieties were invited but the lone
group was unable to be present.
Those present were Kathryn Par
ker, Lois Jones and William Mc
Caleb of Heppner, Erma and Doris
Scott. Zelma. Maxine. Joe and
Claude Way, Eugene Majeske, Don
ald Campbell, Marcella Jackson,
Rae Cowins, Billie Nichols, Edith,
Jerrine arid Albert Edwards, Louise
Hunt, Colleen and Lavonne McMil
lan, Mrs. George Allyn, Mrs. Roy
Campbell, Mrs. A. F. Majeske and
Rev. C. F. Trimble.
Recent visitors at the George Peck
home were Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Mil
lett and Etta Millett.
Mrs. Mary Millett is ill at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. George
By Jerrine Edwards
The school play, "The Blunder
ing Herd, was presented by the
student body on November 18, with
a large crowd present. Skits from
this play were given at lone and
Heppner on the afternoon preceding
the presentation at Lexington.
Miss Patricia Jewell spent the
holidays at her home in Oregon
An interesting program was given
in the auditorium last Wednesday in
honor of Thanksgiving. Numbers
were presented by the grade school
students after which athletic awards
were given to those high school
students who had earned them.
Mr. and Mrs. Ladd Sherman spent
the holidays in Portland. While there
they saw the Oregon-Oregon State
The losers in the ticket sale for
the play will give a party for the
winners on Thursday evening.
Mrs. Lilian Turner spent the hol
idays at her home in Heppner. Mrs.
Edna Turner spent the holidays at
her home south of Heppner.
Mr. and Mrs. Dueltgen were din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Campbell
on Thanksgiving day.
Six weeks' tests were given last
week, on Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday, because there was no
school on Thursday and Friday.
Hot lunches were prepared last
week by Edith Edwards and Delpha
Jones, and this week by Mrs. Way,
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Baker
at the Blackburn mill on Rhea creek,
November 23, a 9-pound daughter.
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Trashy Fallow Helps Germination
Differences in germination of
wheat on summer fallows made in
various ways have been noticeable
in wheat fields this fall, according
to the Morrow county agent On
fields where trash is unevenly spread
the wheat came up quicker on the
trashy areas than on relatively bare
places in the same field. It is thought
perhaps the carry-over of moisture
in the trashy spots was closer to the
surface and the early fall rain was
sufficient to bring the moisture to
gether, while on the bare spots there
was still a layer of dry dirt between
the new and old moisture.
EXAMINER HERE 8TH
C. M. Bentley, examiner of oper
ators and chauffeurs from the of
fice of Earl Snell, secretary of state,
will be at the city hall in Heppner
on Thursday, December 8, between
the hours of 1 and 4 p. m. All those
wishing permits or licenses to drive
cars should get in touch with Mr.
Bentley at this time.
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