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Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Thursday, October 12, 1939
Dead From Shot
By MRS. ELMER GRIFFITH
L. B. Ledbetter reports the loss of
a valuable cow at his farm on Rhea
creek. The animal was shot in the
eye, presumably by a bird hunter,
Mr. and Mrs. Garland Swanson
and Mr. and Mrs. John Eubanks de
parted Monday morning for San
Francisco, where they are attending
Mr. and Mrs. John Troedson and
their son Carl Troedson made a fly
ing trip to Portland Sunday, to pay
respects to the newly arrived son
of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Troedson,
This is the Troedson's first grand
child. He has been named John
Rev. C. H. Baldwin held preaching
services here Sunday morning and in
Lexington the same evening.
Guests at the James Lindsey home
near Morgan are Mrs. Lindsey'i
brothere, John Bacon of Vallejo, Cal
and her cousin, Hubert Hill of Bow
ser, B. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reed and
daughter of Estacada were week
end guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde Denny. Mr. Denny's sis
ter, Mrs. Ira Manville of Portland
was also a guest.
Mr. and Mrs. Clel Rea have leased
the G. A. Pettys ranch at Jordan
Siding and are moving out there
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Linn have word
that their son Clarence and his
friend, Robert Rietmann, are seeing
the sights at the New York World'
M. E. Cotter is reported to be
somewhat improved, but is still
confined to his bed.
Mrs. Henry Clark went to Port
land Sunday and visited her grand
daughter, little Clara Ann Swales,
who is under the care of a special
ist in the city. She made the trip
with Mr. and Mrs. John Troedson
Jay Schumacher of Lake Tahoe
was expected to arrive Wednesday
to take his mother to her home in
Sunnyvale, Cal. The elder Mrs,
Shumacher has been a guest at the
home of her son-in-law and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Feldman
with whom she made the trip to
Martin Bauernfeind, Morgan post
master, drove to the mountains TueS'
day, bagged his buck, and returned
home the same day. No use in wast
ing time on a job like that.
A birthday party was held at the
Harry Munkers home below lone
September 24, honoring Grandma
Munkers eighty - first birthday,
There were about sixty present,
Dinner, including a beautiful birth
day cake, decorated with eighty-one
candles, was served on the lawn.
Twenty-four members and guests
attended the meeting of the Union
Missionary society at the Congrega
tional church parlors Thursday,
Rev. C. H. Baldwin led the program
and told of his experiences in mis
sion work in Alaska. Basket lunches
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Colvin and
Mr. Colvin's brother, Waverly, of
Portland, and Mrs. Colvin's brother,
Blaine Blackwell of Yachats, ar
rived Friday to take a chance on
shooting a buck in the mountains.
They were guests of Mrs. Colvin's
sister, Mrs. Dan Long.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Morgan and
Mrs. Morgan's brother, Delmar
Crawford, went to Portland Friday
where they planned to attend the
U. O. -Stanford game as well as
transact some business.
Lyle Van Deusen of Top spent
Thursday night at the home of his
aunt, Mrs. Martin Bauernfeind, at
Morgan. He had come to Heppner
to bring Lloyd Bohannon, who is
employed on his ranch, to the hos
pital for a major operation. Mrs.
Bohannon and baby are staying with
Mrs. Minnie Farrens in lone, and
Mr. Bohannon was moved there
from the hospital Friday.
Mrs. Wallace Matthews, who has
been visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. O. Ely, at Morgan, depart
ed for her home near Roseburg
DeLynn G. Halston, state manager
of the Omaha Woodmen, paid an
official visit to the lone camp Mon
day evening. lone Camp No. 62 was
assisted by Echo Camp No. 61 in the
initiation of nine candidates. Re
freshments were served after lodge.
Milton Morgan was elected captain
of the drill team to be organized later.
Arrangements are being complet
ed for a clinic to be held in Pen
dleton for the crippled children of
Umatilla and Morrow counties. The
clinic is being arranged by the Uma
tilla County Health unit and the
Umatilla County Public Welfare
commission. The Morrow County
Public Welfare commission will also
participate. This is the second clinic
to be held in Pendleton for crippled
children. It has been tentatively
planned that several more will be
held during the year.
Any person under 21 years of age,
of apparent normal mentality, who
is suffering from a condition lead
ing to a deformity of the bones,
joints or muscles, or who is actually!
suffering from such deformity may
attend the diagnostic clinic upon
reference of their parents and fam
ily physician. In addition, the de
formities of cleft palate, harelip,
burn contractures and plastic skin
contractures are included.
Attendance at the clinic is by ap
plication and appointment which
may be secured from the Morrow
County Public Welfare commission.
Following the clinis, if it is found
that the family is unable to finance i
the cost of the recommended care,
plans for this care will be made
through the county public welfare
commission of the county of resi
dence. The clinic will be held in Pendle
ton in the Vert Memorial building,
on October 19.
CHILD ASSOCIATION MEETS
Morrow County Association for
Childhood Education is having a
dinner meeting this evening at Ho
tel Heppner, under the leadership
of Miss Neva Neill, president.
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