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Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Thursday, June 22, 1939
returning from Portland where her PINE CITY NEWS
In School Election
By KATHERINE GRIFFITH
The annual school election was
'held Monday at the school house
with a very small attendince. J. P.
O'Meara was elected director for a
term of three years over his oppon
ent, I. R. Robison, by a majority of
one vote. Ralph Harris . was re
In District No. 5 at Morgan the
new director is A. C. Crowell. Mrs.
Bert Palmateer was re-elected as
In District No. 14 the new direct
or is W. H. Zinter and J. O. Kincaid
was re-elected clerk.
Gilbert Haller, a Pacific univer
sity graduate, has accepted the po
sition as science teacher and ath
letic coach left vacant by the resig
nation of Homer Williams who has
accepted a position in Grangeville
Jane Fitzpatrick went to Heppner
Sunday to attend the Catholic sum
mer school there for the next two
' Frank Richard Herman, Jr., of
Eugene is visiting his cousin, Frank
Irvin Ritchie departed from lone
Tuesday for Athena. He had just
. returned from Pendleton where he
has been employed in the railroad
station. He recently passed an ex
amination to become a telegraph operator.
Mrs. L. A. Hunting of Port An
geles, Wash., is the buest of her sis
ter, Mrs. E. J. Keller. She came to
lone with her nieces, Miss Gwen
dolyn Jones of Portland and Mrs,
E. J. Blake and little daughter Jo
anne of Heppner. She has been trav
eling in California and had attend
ed the world's fair. Mrs. Blake is
little daughter underwent a minor
Elmer Griffith and son George
departed Thursday for Portland on
business. When they returned Sat
urday they were accompanied by
Dorothy Couch of Eugene who is a
grand-niece of Mrs. Griffith.
Laxton McMurray and his guest,
C. A. Franklin of Camas, Wash., at
tended a meeting of Spanish-Amer
ican War veterans at Pendleton on
Saturday. They also attended a bar
becue served by the auxiliary.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Blake are en
joying a visit from their grandsons,
Robert and Billy Blake, sons of
Merle Blake of Portland.
Robert Goodall of Eugene spent
Sunday with his aunt, Mrs. Elmer
Griffith of Morgan. He was return
ing from a trip to La Grande,
The cool weather is permitting the
grain to develop in good condition,
On Sunday morning a rain amount
ing to .09 fell.
A small grass fire west of the ele-
vator was extinguished Tuesday
morning by a group of men from
Mrs. Alice Wiles is visiting her
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Ned Carr of Tygh Valley. Mr,
Carr is suffering from septic sore
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Ely entertained
Mr. Ely's brother and sister-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Ely in honor of
the latter's thirty-seventh wedding
anniversary on Sunday.
Correction: Mr .and Mrs. Algott
Lundell celebrated their 25th (sil
ver) wedding anniversary two weeks
The Omaha Woodmen's lodge is
sponsoring a dance at the Legion
hall Saturday, June 24,
Pine City People
n Week's News
By BERNICK WATTENBURGER
Lloyd Baldridge left Friday for
Ellensbuig, Wash., to visit at the
Charley Morehead home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bartholomew
returned home Friday from Spo
kane for the week end. They plan
to return to Spokane Monday.
A number attended the dance at
Lena Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wattenburger
received word Monday morning of
the arrival of a new grandson. The
young man weighed nine pounds
and was named John Edward Bu-
seick. He was born in Long Creek
at the Reid Buseick home.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wattenburger
and family and Mr. and Mrs. Clay
ton Ayers and daughter attended
the show in Heppner Sunday and
remained to see Mrs. Burl Coxen
who has been very ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Finch and
daughter and Ray Ayers called Sinr
day at the CCC camp at Lena and
visited Mr. and Mrs. Ebb Hughes.
Miss Carol and Eddie Doherty of
Pendleton are visiting at the Jim
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Morgan of Hepp
ner were Sunday dinner guests at
the Jim Daly home.
The Christian churches of Her-
miston, Heppner and Lexington had
a big picnic dinner and afternoon
service at the Roy Neill home on
Lewis Batty of Hardman was
business visitor in Heppner Tues
WINGS OF THE NAVY
with George Brent, Olivia de Havilland, John Payne, Frank McIIugh
This feature was produced at the Naval air bases at Pensacola,
Florida, and San Diego, California, with the Navy cooperating fully.
One of the most timely aviation pictures ever to come off the line.
MR. MOTO IN DANGER ISLAND
with Peter Lorre, Jean Hcrsholt, Amanda Duff, Warren Hymer
Deep, double dyed-in-the-wool mystery with all the necessary
trimmings and hilarious comedy.
THE STORY OF
ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL
with Don Amcchc, Lorctta Young, Henry Fonda, Charles Coburn,
Gene Lockhart, Spring Byington, Sally Blane, Polly Ann Young,
Gcorjriana Young, Bobs Watson.
Here is human interest entertainment as close to the heart as are
one's own emotions. The appeal of the story is bounded by no limits.
It might have been about any man and woman who lived and loved
and dreamed great things ... it tells the story of the man who in
vented the telephone and the woman who was his wife.
Mystic Siam Movietone News Cartoon
PAL NIGHTS 2 adults 35c, 2 children 10c
FAST AND LOOSE
with Robert Montgomery, Rosaline Russell, Reginald Owen, Ralph
Morgan, Alan Dinchart, Joan Marsh
Not very often does a picture combine so completely so many
different kinds of entertainment . . . comedy daubed with a tint of
Cartoon Pete Smith
Wednesday-Thursday, June 28-29
ICE FOLLIES OF 1939
with Joan Crawford, James Stewart, Lew Ayrcs, Lewis Stone, Lionel
Slander, International Ice Follies.
A double-barrelled attraction ... the sequence presenting the
ice ballet in full color is outstanding . . . only the color camera could
report accurately the artistry of these incredible skaters.
News of the Day Crime Doesn't Pay
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Duvall (Lexington) are invited to present this
coupon at the boxoffice for complimentary admissions.
To be used before June 30th.
Butter creek Sunday.
The annual school meeting was
held Monday,- June 19, at the Pine
City school. Fay Finch was reelect
ed clerk for a one-year term and
Marion Finch was elected director
for a three -year term. It was then
discussed and voted upon whether
the high school would be retained
the coming year, and it was voted
out. The students will attend any
high school they wish for the com
Mrs. Lois Kent of Rainier is to
teach the grades the coming year.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Knotts, Mrs,
Walter Wagner, Mrs. Frank Done
and Clyde Dickenson of Pilot Rock
spent Friday visiting Earl Abbott
and Mr. and Mrs. John Harrison.
Martin Main of Beaver creek spent
Friday at the Boylen ranch. Mr. Main
reported things cold and dry on
Six-weeks roosters 20c: smaller
size 15c. Walter Jepson, lone. 6-22c
Sunday School Groups
Picnic at Neill's
Sunday schools of the Heppner,
Lexington and Hermiston Christian
churches forsook the customary
gathering in their respective church
houses last Sunday and met at the
L. D. Neill home on Butter creek
for an all-day picnic. There was a
light rainfall part of the day but not
enough moisture to dampen the en
thusiasm of the picnickers.
Five cars bearing upwards of 30
people went from Heppner and Lex
ington and Hermiston made up the
balance of the 100 or more in at
tendance. A cafeteria lunch was served un
der the trees at the Neill home, fol
lowed by services later in the after
noon at which time Rev. Martin B.
Clark, pastor of the Heppner church,
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