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Thursday, February 23, 1939
Heppner Gazette 'Times, Heppner, Oregon
Fred Hoskins, Jr., and Vernon
Knowles visited home folks over
the week end, coming from La
Grande where they are students at
Eastern Oregon Normal school. Fred,
a member of the college freshman
basketball team, assisted lone in
the game against Domestic Laundry
of Pendleton at lone Saturday night.
Cornett Green, Ralph Beamer and
Dick Sperry were among Heppner
people who attended the fight card
at Boardman Friday evening. Fred
Hoskins was referee. Sperry, pro
moter for local firemen's smokers,
signed up some of the talent for
presentation on the card here next
The American Legion Auxiliary is
holding a Food Sale at the Dix gro
cery on Saturday, , Feb. 25th; sale
starts at 11:30 a. m. The Auxiliary
is also having a sewing meeting at
the home of Mrs. C. B. Cox in the
afternoon of February 25th.
Horace Yoakum returned to the
county this week after spending
considerable time at Hillsboro and
is back at the old farm in the moun
tains on Willow creek. He was trans
acting business in town Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Felker have
announced the birth of a girl,
weighing 7 pounds 6 ounces, at
Portland on Monday. Mr. Felker
went to the city Saturday to be
with Mrs. Felker.
Dutch Steward of Wolf Creek,
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Steward,
early day residents of the county,
was calling in Heppner yesterday
on his way to Prineville.
Mrs. Henry Aiken was able to be
up town the end of the week, being
well on the road to recovery from
the recent major operation she un
derwent in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Bisbee were in
Portland over the week end, visit
ing their daughter, Miss Katherine
Bisbee, county health nurse at Ore
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mc
Carthy, Donna Marie, weighing 6
pounds, at the Mrs. P. A. Mollahan
home in this city Monday.
Fred Hoskins, in town yesterday
from Rhea creek, reported that he
would start lambing operations
about March 5.
J. W. Maidment and son John, Jr.,
were business visitors here Monday
from Lone Rock.
Mrs. C. H. McDaniel of Hardman
was a business visitor in the city
The position of honorary guard
at the San Francisco world's fair
has been granted Stephen Wehmey
er, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Weh
meyer, in Uncle Sam's navy, ac
cording to word received by the
parents. He will hold the position
for duration of the fair.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Kincaid of lone at the Corda Sa
ling home in this city, Friday, a
C. E. Carlson, in town Saturday
from Gooseberry, reported the new
grain crop coming along nicely in
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Slocum were
calling in the city Monday from
their home at Monument.
House for rent, 3 rooms and bath,
furnished or unfurnished. Mrs.
Clara Beamer, city. ltp.
lone Legion hall, Fri., Sat, Sun.,
Feb. 24-25-26, 7:30 to 10. Fine
skates good music. ltp.
Weed Control Work
Pushed in County
Eight illustrated leaflets, first in
a series dealing with perennial
weeds found in Oregon, have just
been issued as extension bulletins
at Oregon State college, and are
now ready for free distribution.
Each leaflet carries an accurate
reproduction of one weed in various
stages, such as the mature plant, the
root system, leaves, blossom, and
seeds. A description of each weed
and its distribution in the state is
discussed, as well as the latest rec
ommendations on control methods.
Weeds covered so far by the ser-
O Ten Years Ago
(Gazette Times, Feb. 28, 1929.)
Death calls William J. French,
Charles 0. Ayers, 35, dies from
illness. Was war veteran.
Three farm homes burn in last
twn wppka. Hanna. Everson and
Clark brothers afflicted.
Earl Warner turns in first perfect
25 score at opening shoot of Ore
gonian trap tourney.
Thirteen teams enter district bas
lrptball tournament ooenine here
Pendleton Elks slated to give min
strel show here next Thursday. Dr.
R. C. Lawrence to sing, "There's
a Rainbow Round My Shoulder."'
The editor of this paper received
a card the first of the week from
R. W. Turner, dated Jerusalem, Feb.
Mr. and Mrs. French Burroughs
of Jordan Siding return from trip
taking them as far as Florida and
Dr. Fred E. Farrior and family
will leave Sunday for Portland
where they expett to be located for
Phelps Funeral Home
Trained Lady Assistant
the thrill champ of the West, in
Young Dr. Kildare
Lew Ayres, Lionel Barrymore,
Lynne Carver, Jo Ann Sayers,
Nat Pendleton, Samuel S. Hinds
A modern young doctor gets his
first big case . . . and bumps smack
into a mystery no medicine can cure.
OUT WEST WITH
Mickey Rooney, Lewis Stone, Cecelia
Parker, Fay Holden, Sara Haden,
The inimitable and lovable Hardy
Family, who have become America's
favorite movie entertainment, are
back in a laugh-packed adventure
laid against the picturesque back
ground of the West.
Alfalfa's Aunt Newsreet
Madeira in Technicolor
Kay Frances, Ian Hunter, John Litel
Adapted from a Faith Baldwin
"Cosmopolitan Magazine" story, a
career story tinged with romance,
mother love and sacrifice.
Blue Barron and his Orchestra
Floyd Gibbon Cartoon
WED.-THU., MARCH 1-2
JAMES CAGNEY, PAT O'BRIEN
DEAD END KIDS,
Ann Sheridan, George Bancroft,
Out of the slums comes Rocky,
fighting life the only way he knows
how, with a gun!
Out of the slums comes Father Jer
ry, fighting to save the gutter kids
from a fate like Rocky's.
Cartoon News of the Day
Mr and Mrs. Archie Padberg and
children (Lexington) are invited to
present this coupon at the window
for complimentary admissions. To be
used before March 3rd.
Philco and Zenith RADIOS
Guaranteed for 6 Months
No. 80 $ .80 $ .40
No. 27 .80 .40
No. 30 1.00 .55
No. 32 1.75 1.10
No. 33 1.75 .90
All others priced accordingly
ies are Canada thistle, white top,
morning glory, quack grass, plan
tains, leafy spurge, Russian knap
weed, and St. John's wort All are
written by Lawrence Jenkins and E.
R. Jackman, extension specialists
in farm crops.
A supply of these leaflets has been
ordered by C. D. Ccnrad, county
agent, and he is anxious that every
one have copies.
Dr. Clarke, the eye-sight special
ist of Portland, will be in lone for
the afternoon and evening, Friday,
Feb. 24th, at the Park HoteL In
Heppner at the Hotel Heppner, all
day and evening, Saturday, Feb. 25.
See him about your eyes. It.
Read G. T. Want Ads. You way
find a bargain in something needed.
Engine Tune-Up SPECIAL
REGULAR PRICE $3.50
THURSDAY, MARCH 2nd
Engine tune-up with Ford Laboratory
Test Set includes:
Test Compression. '
Check condition of rings and valves.
Clean, adjust and test all spark plugs.
Test battery and batterey connections.
Test generator, lights and horn.
Test fuel pump, clean screen. Adjust carburetor.
Time ignition and road test.
ROSEWALL-GENTRY MOTOR CO.
FORD SALES AND SERVICE
To be conducted weekly at the
(Former Jim Gentry farm, south of city limits of Heppner)
Begininng at 1 :30 P. M. Sharp
190 head extra good Ewes start lambing Mar 1
HOGS CATTLE, SHEEP, USED CARS
Listing open till 10 a. m. Thursday. All articles except live
stock may be brought in any time. Livestock may be brought
in Wednesday evening. All items listed will be sold.
CONDITIONS OF SALE
Commission charged on all items put through ring, 5
on livestock and 10 on all other items. Commission to
cover clerk, auctoneer and advertising expense. Owner
entitled to one bid for protection but commission must
be paid on last bid given auctioneer. Goods are not de
sired just for listing, but for real sale. Management is
not responsible in case of loss by fire or theft.
JACK OSIER, Mgr.
E. H. MILLER, Clerk
V. R. RUNNION, Auctioneer
Phone 1332 Heppner, Ore,