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Thursday, May 4, 1939
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
TEAM SELECTION ANNOUNCED FOR
ANNUAL CROW-MAGPIE INVASION
One hundred and fifty sportsmen
and women are lined up for the
start-off gun, now sounding, for
Morrow County Hunters and Ang
lers club crow-magpie contest. With
Ralph Beamer and George Howard
as captains of two teams, they will
make the hills and ravines resound
with sounds of the hunt until June
12, when trophies will be counted
and all will dine in the interests of
fewer predators and more game
, Each egg or young bird taken will
count five points, each pair of adult
legs, 10 points. Crows, magpies and
small hawks will count in the scor
ing. Each of the captains says, "Come
on, gang," and here are the gangs:
L. E. Bisbee
B. O. Anderson
W. S. Bennett
E. A. Bennett
W. J. Bucknum
C. J. D. Bauman
Charles B. Cox
O. W. Cutsforth
. Clyde Denny
I. H. Frederickson
L. L. Gilliam
H. R. Gaily t
Wood row Huston
E. C. Heliker
H. O. Kincaid
E. A. Kelly
' Walter Luckman
E. R. Lundell
P. W. Mahoney
Dr. Dwight Miller
A. A. McCabe .
Wm. Lee McCaleb
F. B. Nickerson
J. O. Peterson
Dr. L. D. Tibbies
J. O. Rasrrflis
Dr. R. M. Rice
W. B. Roberts
R. A. Steers
H. V. Smouse
T. E. Peterson
D. M. Ward
A. M. Baldwin
A. H. Blankenship
Mrs. W. S. Bennett
T. L. Burnside
.J. H. Bryson
Noel K. Dobyns
Carl Felker .
R. B. Ferguson
E. E. Gilliam
Thos. C. Hagerman
J. 0. Kincaid
Dr. R. C. Lawrence
John Lane, Jr.
Dr. A. D. McMurdo
Alfred Nelson, Jr.
B. C. Pinckney
N. E. Peavy
V. R. Runnion
L. H. Rill
T. H. Riggs
T. W. Rippee
S. A. Steers
E. A. Swanson
D. A. Wilson
Golden Gate International exposi
tion at San Francisco. They were
accompanied from the Swaggart
buttes farm where they will be lo
cated, by Mrs. Dolven's mother, Mrs.
C. S. Wheeler, and grandmother,
Mrs. B. F. Swaggart.
Arnold Pieper, in town yesterday
from the farm near Lexington, re
quested this paper to ask for rain.
While he had just finished plowing
and turning under the thistles, rain
would make a job of weeding for
him, but he didn't care so long as
Mr. and Mrs. T. Babb and Mrs.
Claud Graham and daughter Jeanne
returned home Tuesday from Port
land, where Mr. and Mrs. Babb
went last week end on business, and
where Mrs. Graham and daughter
had visited at the home of Mrs. Ida
J. G. Barratt was prevented from
accompanying his sheep to Mon
tana last week end by an attack of
flu. He was able to be about the first
of the week though feeling pretty
weak from effects of the illness.
Mrs. Roy Quackenbush sustained
a painful injury yesterday morning
when she dislocated a knee in a fall
down the rear steps while hanging
out clothes at her home on South
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zepp of Se
attle were expected to arrive today
for a visit at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Lucas. Mrs. Zepp, for
merly Miss Elza Love who resided
at Heppner for several years, is a
sister of Mrs. Lucas.
Mrs. Edna Turner was in Port
land the end of the week to see her
daughter, Mrs. James Valentine,
whom she reported progressing nice
ly from a major operation undergone
last week at a hospital there.
D. N. Mackay, Gilliam county dis
trict attorney, was in the city a short
time Monday, calling at the court
house on the way to Pendleton from
Condon. He was accompanied by
"Doc" Rice of Condon.
Miss Alma Van Winkle has re
turned to her work as stenographer
at the county agent's office after a
month's leave while taking special
work at a commercial school in
A CCC youth who fainted at
camp this week led to a rumor that
he was dead. His physician reports
the rumor erroneous and that the
boy is now okeh.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roberts are
recent arrivals from Baker, expect
ing to locate here while Mr. Rob
erts is engaged in logging.
Mrs. Rachel Stearns of Albany is
visiting at the home of her mother,
Mrs. Charlotte Scherzinger.
Mr. and Mrs. John Anglin left
Sunday for Seattle for a few days'
visit with relatives.
SWIFT FARM, LEXINGTON
Thursday, May II
Starting at 1:30 P. M.
GOOD STEERS, HEIFERS AND
Jack Osier, Mgr. E. H. Miller, Clerk
V. R. Runnion, Auctioneer
Mark Merrill and Arnold Sharp
arrived home Monday from Mon
tana where they went last week end
with a shipment of local sheep to
summer range. They visited at the
Barratt-Krebs ranch at Spotted Robe
and at Browning, near Glacier Na
tional park. Patches of drifted snow
dotted the landscape there, and a
new snowstorm had struck just as
they were leaving, they reported.
Mr. Merrill enjoyed some fishing
though luck was poor due to high
water from the melting snow, he
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dolven
were in the city Tuesday, having just
returned from their wedding trip to
Lex High School
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Shooters Record 75 '
Score for Trap Tourney
With only one more Sunday re
maining in the telegraphic competi
tion of the Oregonian trapshoot,
Heppner, in 14th place, appears to
have a good chance of placing in
the top 15 teams eligible to compete
in the shoot-off match. P. W. Ma
honey, Luke Bibby and Ralph Jack
son each broke their first 25 birds
last Sunday to give the perfect 75
team score recorded. Nineteen shoot
ers in all participated, with birds
broken out of number of targets, as
Ralph Jackson 137-150, P. W. Ma
honey 117-125, Luke Bibby 94-100,
John Lane 90-100, A. D. McMurdo
71-75, Vivian Kane 66-75, Ray Mas
sey 47-50, H. E. Warner 45-50, C. C.
Carmichael 41-50, Vic Johnson 36-50,
Merle Cummings 32-50, Chas.
Vaughn 24-25, E. O. Ferguson 24-25,
C. A. Kane 19-25, Reta Bibby 18-25,
Ed Kelly 18-25, O. Padberg 18-25, C.
Schriever 16-25, Tom Hottman 16-25.
Mrs. M. L. Case, Mrs. Gus Nikan
der and children and Mrs. Irene
Perlberg left this morning for a so
journ at the coast.
Andrew Baldwin went to Portland
Sunday to spend a few days on business.
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