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Thursday, Oct 26, 1939
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Married at Lexington
By MARGARET SCOTT
Wayne McMillan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. S. G. McMillan, and Nellie
Bishop of Carlton, Ore., were mar
ried at a quiet ceremony Saturday
morning at the McMillan home. W.
O. Miller of Umatilla officiated. Mr.
Miller, an old friend of the family,
married the groom's parents thirty
seven years ago and also the groom's
sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Barnhouse, a few years
ago. The bride was charming in a
blue afternoon dress. Only a few
relatives and friends attended the
ceremony. The young couple will
make their home in Carlton where
Mr. McMillan has an interest in
Coy Thornburg, who is employed
in Carlton, was a week-end visitor
at the home of his mother, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark took small
photographs in the postoffice Satur
day. They have been in Heppner
at various times and are quite well
known in the community. They
were assisted Saturday by Ruth
Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Talbot and
daughter are living in the Ola Red
Lavelle Sherman and Ray Phillips
are on the sick list this week.
Al Fetsch's mother, brother and
nephew of Salem were guests at his
home last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jones and Ted
McMillan were dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Jimmy Brown in Heppner
Wilbur Steagall spent the week
end at home from his work at Ukiah
Edward Hunt spent the week end
at home from Portland where he is
attending the Northwestern School
A hunting party consisting of D.
B. Boone. Lieut. Harry Hart and
Earl Norregaard of Roseburg, Wal
ter Gearin and Bark Laughlin of
Portland. Claud and Carl Smith and
Jim Gooding of St. Paul, C. C. Car.
michael and Ralph Jackson spent
last week at Myrtle creek in the
Greenhorn mountains and each
member of the party bagged a deer,
Mr. Boone and two compamons
of Roseburg went home with the
heaviest kill; their three bucks tipped
the scales at six hundred pounds of
Mrs. Emma Cox departed Sunday
for Longview to visit at the home
of her son Delvin. Later she plans
to make her home at Medford with
her daughter Gladys.
Jack McMillan and two friends
from Porltand were week-end guests
at the S. G. McMillan home.
Jake Underwood had the misfor
tune to wreck his car Saturday by
the home of John Wightman below
Heppner. He and his two compan
ions escaped without serious injury.
Mrs. Sarah Booher was honored
with a birthday dinner Monday eve
ning at her home with a group of
Ladd Sherman, Gerald Acklen
and Ivan Amend attended the
schoolmasters' club meeting in Echo
The magazine sales contest which
has been held in the local high
school for the past two weeks ended
Friday. The Red team of which La
velle Pieper was captain emerged
victorious over the Blue team head
ed by May Rauch. Jerrine Edwards
was general secretary. The losing
team will reward the winning team
with a party.
A. M. Edwards and daughter
Edith were business visitors in Pen
dleton and Walla Walla Tuesday.
Mrs. Roy Johnson and son Duane
are living in the small Ray McAhs
The Merry Thimblers held their
weekly meeting at the home of De.
pha Jones Thursday. Members pres.
ent were Edith Edwards, Annabelle
Eubanks, Dimple Munkers, La Vern
Henderson, Margaret Leach, Vera
Whillock, Helen Breshears and Doris
Klinger. Refreshments were served.
The high school girls motored to
Boardman Thursday for a Play Day
with girls from lone and Boardman,
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Tucker have
moved to Hermiston to make their
Mrs. Laura Rice spent several days
last week visiting in Spokane.
A. M. Edwards is drilling at the
A. E. McFarland ranch near Board-
Bert Thornburg and Archie Mun
kers spent Thursday and Friday of
last week working in the mountains.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cutler and
daughter Gerry and Joe Thornburg
departed Monday for a hunting trip
in the mountains.
Lorraine Kramer and daughters
were week-end guests at the Vester
The home of Glover Peck is being
Russell Wright spent the first of
the week here from his new home
near The Dalles.
The kitchen committee wishes to
thank all those who helped in any
way with the Pioneers reunion.
The program committee wishes to
extend thanks to each one who so
kindly helped in the program for
our Pioneers reunion.
Mrs. Trina Parker,
Mrs. Margaret Leach,
PINE CITY NEWS
News of the Week
Of Pine City Folk
By BERNICE WATTENBURGER
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wattenburger
spent Thursday to Saturday at the
Reid Buseick home at Long Creek.
Mr. Wattenburger returned with a
three -point buck.
Mrs. Lois Kent and Mrs. Marion
Finch attended Eastern Star meet
ing in Heppner Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bartholo'
mew attended the pioneers' reunion
in Lexington Saturday.
Mrs. Marion Finch spent Monday
and Tuesday in Pendleton having
dental work done. '
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Helms and
daughters drove to Grand Coulee
dam and returned Sunday.
Lilly Rauch drove her mother and
sisters to Pendleton Sunday morn
ing to attend church.
Mr. and Mrs. John Harrison and
son John spent Sunday afternoon in
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wattenburger
attended a surprise birthday dinner
for Emery Cox of Hermiston Satur
Callers in Heppner Monday were
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Helms, Marion
Finch, Toney Vey, Burl Wattenbur
ger and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Neill
Commissioner Neill was working
on the county budget at the court
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ayers and
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Finch attend
ed Lena grange Sunday.
Harold Wilkens and Charlie Bar
tholomew called at the Roy Neill
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Vey and Bobby
Schiller spent last week in the
E. B. Wattenburger made a bus
mess trip to Mt. Vernon luesaay
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Moore T
turned from a hunting trip with two
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bartholo
mew made a business trip to Sprague
Monday and Tuesday.
Floyd Mathers has been appointed
new mail carrier on the Star route
out of Echo to take the place of Geo.
R. E. McGreen made a business
trip to Portland Thursday.
Lola Cannon Weds
By HARDMAN HIGH SCHOOL
Miss Lola Cannon and Marvin
Hughes were united in marriage the
latter part of last week. Mrs. Hughes
is the daughter of Mrs. Ada Cannon
who resides near Hardman, and Mar
vin is the son of Mrs. Grace Hughes
who lives in Heppner.
Mrs. J. H. Allen motored to Free-
water with Tier grandsons, Loren and
Ernest Allen. Mrs. Allen plans to
spend the winter with her daughter,
Mrs. Benjamin Stanton.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Robison of
Heppner visited over the week end
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
George and Clarice Moore, chil
dren of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Moore of Heppner, were visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Neal
Knighten while the Moores went
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rogers were
visitors at the J. B. Adams home
over the week end. While here they
attended the dance.
Martin Clark conducted church
services here Sunday.
Mrs. Florence Dalzell, Mrs. Rich
ard Jones and Carl Snider were
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs,
A. D. Inskeep Thursday of last week,
Dick Steers, Gus and Elmer, and
Elwood Hastings lefe here Sunday
to go hunting.
On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Lovgren and children went to Long
Creek and Monument, visiting rel
atives and friends. They were ac
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Miss Neta Bleakman visited at the
John McDonald home over the week
end and attended the dance.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hayden and
son Marion went to Arlington Satur
day on business.
Lewis Batty and Nelson Knighten
went to Long Creek last Sunday.
From there they went to hunt doe
on Murderer's creek.
Kenneth Batty returned from
Klamath Falls last Thursday where
he has been visiting relatives and
transacting business. Mr. Batty
brought back a load of potatoes.
Jim Stevens who went down with
him has a job there and will remain
for some time.
Thursday of last week Mrs. Carl
Leathers took Mrs. J. B. Adams and
Mrs. Earl Redding and baby to
Heppner. The baby was ill and had
to be taken to a doctor.
Less Robinson, Guy Chapin, Henry
Peterson, Carl Bergstrom and Dale
Brown went hunting where they
camped for a few days. Carey and
John Hastings joined them later.
The dance at the I. O. O. F. hall
last Saturday night was well at
tended, many people having come
over from Monument, Spray and
other places near there. The next
dance will be on Nov. 4, with the
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Barnard of
The Dalles were business visitors
in Hardman Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reid
brought B. H. Bleakman home from
Bates last week. Oscar Ledbetter
went back with them to hunt
Mr. and Mrs. Owen of Stanfield
spent a few days last week with
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Owen.
Miss Frances Inskeep accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dalzell, Vern
Dalzell and Carl Snider on a hunt
ing trip Sunday. Later in the day
they joined Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Jim Hams and his son La Verne
left Sunday for Portland where they
visited relatives. They also attended
to business while there.
On Sunday and Monday Roy Rob
inson trucked cattle to Heppner for
shipment to Twin Falls, Idaho. On
Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Robinson and
son Donald left by car for that place.
The weather this last week was
cold. It rained the first part of the
week with a gradual decrease in
temperature since then, ending with
a slight snowfall Monday night.
Keep Nov. 18 free! Watch for no
tices about "The Resurrection of
Would you drive your car a dis
tance of 44 feet while blindfolded,
asks a message from the state safe
ty division. Probably you would not,
but suppose you are driving at 30
miles an hour and take your eyes
off the road for one second. During
that time your car traveled 44 feet.
At a speed of 60 miles an hour your
car travels 88 feet in one second. If
you want to be a safe driver, don't
be a blind driver, warns the safety
I division's message,
Mark Merrill and Mike Saling left
Sunday for the tall timber to hunt
until the season's close. Merrill,
cafe proprietor, expected to have
Saling serve as cook, it being noth
ing of a vacation for a restaurant
operator to have to do his own cook
ing, he opined.
For Eye Comfort Better Vudon
Come to Pendleton for Your Optical
Needs! Eyes Examined by Mod
ern Methods. Glasses Ground to
Fit When Needed. Reasonable
DR. DALE ROTHWELL
Optometrist - Pendleton
Over Woolworths Phone 535-J
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