Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, November 23, 1939, Page Page Five, Image 5

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    Thursday, Nov. 23, 1939
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Page Five
A large group of Heppner football I
fans accompanied the team to Ar
lington last Saturday to encourage
the lads in their final game of the
season; Among those seen were Mr.
and Mrs. John Hiatt, Mr. and Mrs.
Hubert Gaily, Mr. and Mrs. R. B.
Ferguson, Mrs. J. G. Barratt, Logie
Richard;5on, Frank Alfred, Mr. and
Mrs. Mark Merrill, Ray Massey, B.
R. Patterson, Nelson Bartholomew,
Miss Evelyn Bartholomew, Mrs.
Spencer Crawford, Mrs. Orville
Smith, Mrs. Clare Frazier, Mrs. Earl
Evans, R. K. Drake.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. McCarty mo
tored to the Willamette valley the
end of the week and were present in
Corvallis Saturday for the O. S. C.
California football game while visit
ing their son Paul, student at U. of
O., and daughter, Miss Frances, 0.
S. C. co-ed. They left their car be
low and returned with Mrs. Chas.
Vaughn and party so that Paul and
Miss Frances could drive it home for
Thanksgiving. It was expected
Misses Harriet Hager and Betty Hap
pold, and Billy Barratt, 0. S. C.
students, would accompany them.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Green and
children from Portland and Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Stats and child from Mon
mouth visited from Thursday until
Saturday at the home of Mrs. Green's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Green,
and with other relatives and friends
in this city. It was Mr. Stats' first
visit to this section and he was
much impressed.
Clifford Carlson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Carlson of Goose
berry, and John Crawford, son of Mr
and Mrs. Spencer Crawford, were
expected home in time for Thanks
giving, leaving Eugene where they
are students at University of Ore
gon, Wednesday afternoon.
Chas. Vauehn and Chas. B. Cox
motored to Portland Sunday to
brine home Mrs. Vauehn and Mrs
Cox who had spent several days in
the city. They were accompanied on
the return trip by Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. McCarty who had spent the week
end below.
w rv Wmv returned the end of
the week from the Spokane vicinity
where he went to inspect some saw
mills that might be available for pur
chase to replace the Heppner Lum
ber company mill recently destroyed
by fire.
Among local people in Pendleton
the end of the week to attend tne
Black Hills passion play were Mrs
Agnes Curran, Mrs. Richard Law
rence. Mr. and Mrs. John Anglm
Mrs. Bud Hanlon and Martin Clark.
E. H. Miller, Loyal R. Parker, C
J. D. Bauman and John J. Wight-
man were in Walla Walla Saturday
evening to attend a special session
of the Elks lodge there to receive
the grand exalted ruler.
Mrs. Truman Babb and son, Nor
ton Kine. decarted by car early Tu
esday morning for Los Angeles
where thev expected to visit tor a
fortnight at the home of son and
brother, Martin King.
. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tamblyn re
turned from Portland Saturday eve
ning, having spent several days in
the citv while Mr. Tamblyn was at
tending the state convention of
county engineers.
Miss Gladys Benge, who teaches
in the Medford schools, arrived the
first of the week to spend the
Thanksgiving holidays with her
mother, Mrs. Rosa Eskelson.
THE WOMEN: 100 feminine even
to the animals and the authors of
the books thev read! Star Theater,
Sunday and Monday. Matinees at 1
and 3:40.
Mr. and Mrs. Burl Coxen were in
Hermiston Sunday attending a din
ner in honor of the birthday anni
versary of Mrs. Coxen's father, J. T,
Russell Wrieht sustained a brok
en hand in an accident while hauling
Ray P. Kinne and Hubert Gaily
from the local P. P. Sc. L. office, at
tended a district meeting of the
company at The Dalles Monday eve
Arthur Johnson, in the citv from
the lone district last Saturday, said
he seeded 300 acres of the new crop,
then quit because of lack of moisture.
L. D. Neill, county commissioner,
was in town Tuesday from the Pine
City ranch, assisting with county
business at the court house.
Dr. J. P. Stewart, Eye-Sight Spec
ialist of Pendleton, will be at the
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Turner and
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Turner went to
Pendleton yesterday to take in the
Black Hills passion play.
L. L. Matlock and Mrs. Josie Jones
went to Pendleton the first of the
week to visit for several days with
relatives and friends.
The Battle of the Century be
tween the "cat" and the "fox" in
THE WOMEN, Star Theater, Sunday
and Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Turner were
in Monument Saturday to attend a
wedding of a nephew of Mrs. Tur
ner s.
Mrs. Kenneth Akers has been
confined at home for the last week
suffering an attack of bronchitis.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baker were
transacting business in town Tues
day from the Gooseberry farm.
Burton H. Peck was transacting
business in the city Saturday from
the farm near Lexington.
Grant Olden was a business visitor
in the city Tuesday morning from
the Rhea creek farm.
Lee Beckner transacted business
in the city Tuesday from the west
lone farm.
Ray Sparks was visiting in the
city Saturday from the lone section.
Fred Hoskins was in town Tues
day from the Rhea creek farm.
Fred Mankin was a business visit
or in the city Monday.
University Honors
George Turnbull
University of Oregon, Eugene,
22 (Special) George S. Turnbull,
leader and friend of journalism in
the Pacific Northwest for 35 years,
is to be honored here on December
2 by a banquet that will celebrate the
publication of his book, "History of
Oregon Newspapers," and comple
tion of 22 years as professor in the
University of Oregon school of jour
nalism. Harris Ellsworth, editor and pub
lisher of the Roseburg News-Review,
will be guest speaker. Spon
sored by members of Sigma Delta
Chi, men's national journalism hon
orary, the banquet is open to all Mr.
Turnbull's friends.
Mr. Turnbull, who worked his way
through the University of Washing
ton by working for the Seattle Post
Intelligencer, held the postion of
managing editor on the Bellingham
(Wash.) Revielle in 1905. He has also
worked for the San Francisco Chron
icle, Seattle Times, Portland Ore-
gonian. His master's degree was re
ceived from the University of Wash
Societies of which Professor Turn
bull is a member of Phi Beta Kap
pa, Sigma Delta Chi, American As
sociation of University Professors,
American Association of Teachers
of Jaurnalism, and Theta Chi fra
ternity. He has held his present po
sition at the University of Oregon
since 1917.
Those who would like to extend
personal congratulations to Mr,
Turnbull or attend the banquet are
asked to contact George Pasero,
president of Sigma Delta Chi, at the
school of journalism, University of
Rhea Creek Grange
Elects New Officers
The newly elected officers for
Rhea Creek grange are: Master, O.
E. Wright; overseer, Floyd Worden;
lecturer, Pearl Wright; steward,
Frank Parker; chaplain, Hanna An
derson; gatekeeper, B. O. Anderson;
assistant steward, Henry Baker;
Ceres, Helen Baker; Pomona, Julia
Carlson; Flora, Maud Rugg; secre
tary, Tacie Parker; treasurer, John
Bergstrom; lady assistant steward,
Marjorie Worden; executive com
mittee, Frank Parker, Ben Ander
son, E. E. Rugg; musician, Eugenia
Mr. 'and Mrs. S. T. Robison cele
brated their thirty-fourth wedding
anniversary at their mountain home,
Wednesday, Nov. 15. At npon a
bounteous dinner was served to the
following guests: Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
Becket and Florence, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Becket and Laurence, Mr.
and Mrs. B. O. Anderson, Mrs. Al
Lovgren and Stacy Ray, Mrs. Claude
Buschke and Bobby and Jerry and
Ed Adkins.
Mrs. Clive Huston is staying in
Heppner while Mrs. Mattie Huston
is visiting in Portland.
H. E. C. meets at the hall, Thurs
day, Nov. 30. Everybody bring their
quilt blocks.
Mrs. Marcus Brown is visiting at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. Rugg.'
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Becket and
Florence, also Mrs. Walter Becket
went to Fossil Wednesday, return
ing Thursday.
B. O. Anderson and Leonard Rill
were business visitors in Pendleton
U.O. Student Writes
Oregon Farm Report
University of Oregon, Eugene,
Nov. 22 The Oregon section of a
report prepared by the Northwest
Regional Council, "Some Legal As
pects of Farm Tenancy in Oregon
and Washington," a copy of which
was received here today, was written
by Miss Betty Brown, Hubbard,
third year law student at the Uni
versity of Oregon.
The report sets out, in non-technical
language the general rules
based on statute and case law gov
erning farm tenancy and is expected
to be of special use to supervisors of
the Farm Security administration,
field employees of the U. S. Depart
ment of Agriculture, planning com
mittees and various others.
ilies that have no regular credit fa
cilities are eligible for these reha
bilitation loans, and then onlv when
investigation shows a ' reasonable
chance for them to succeed if "put
on their feet'
When such a loan is made, a def
inite farm management plan, in
cluding a practical cropping svstem.
is drawn up which follows the find
ings of the experiment station and
extension service as well as the ex
perience of successful farmers in the
community. Repayment is planned
on the basis of estimated income
from following this sound farming
Regular meeting of Ruth chapter
32, Order of Eastern Star, will be
held at Masonic hall tomorrow (Fri
day) evening, announces Mrs. Fay
Ferguson, worthy matron. Degrees
will be conferred. Visitors welcome.
For sale, coal circulating heater in
good shape, $20. N. D. Bailey, city.
FSA Lends 4200 State
Farmers Cash to Start
More than 4200 Oregon' farm fam
ilies have been aided by the Farm
Security administration in becoming
established on farms capable of pro
ducing them a living, acording to a
summary report of FSA activities
given recently by Clifford Smith,
state director of rural rehabilitation.
Smith spoke to a conference of ex
tension specialists at O. S. C.
Out of a total of $4,334,857 loaned
to people who had no other credit
available, $1,417,870 has already been
repaid, Smith reported. About 500
loans have been paid in full while
only 80, or about 2 per cent, have
been written off as failures.
Loans under this arrangement are
still being made, although there has
been about 25 per cent less call this
year than last, the state director
said. He explained that only fam-
New 1940
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Mo rrow County Representative
Mutual Benefit Heath and
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Offi ce in Peters Building Heppner
The Dalles Freight Line, Inc.
Arrive Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
Warehouse: KANE'S GARAGE Carl D. Spickerman, Agent
Special Thanksgiving Matinee Thursday 2 p. m.
r j c i
Charlie Chan at Treasure Island
with Sidney Tolcr, Cesar Romero, Pauline Moore, Sen Young, Doug
las Fowley, Sally Blane, June Gale.
Another of this popular mystery-melodrama series, with Treas
ure Island of San Francisco's World Fair as a background, which
keeps you guessing to the final fadeout.
The Hobby Family
with Irene Rich, Henry O'Neill, Jean Sharon, Jackie Moran
Do you consider a hobby a luxury? It really is an investment
and this family proves it!
You've heard about it! You've asked about it! And here it is! '
Metro- Goldwyn-Mayer's
with a cast of 135 women
and nothing on their minds but men!
The brilliant story of a wife who turned heartbreak to happi
ness . . . despite all her "Friends" could do to ruin her future.
See WOMEN as they don't see themselves! The comedy sensation
of the decade!
Movietone News ' The Blue Danbue
Sunday Matinees at 1 and 3:40 '
PAL NIGHT: 2 adults 35c, 2 children 10c
Two Bright Boys
with Jackie Cooper, Freddie Bartholomew, Alan Dinehart,
Dorothy Peterson
A fighting Irishman ... an unlucky card shark ... an unscrup
ulous oil promoter combine to make a sturdy blend of action, drama
and comedy in the oil fields.
Wednesday-Thursday, Nov. 29-30
Here I Am a Stranger
with Richard Greene, Richard Dix, Roland Young, Gladys George,
Brcnda Joyce, Katharine Aldridge
Father-and-son drama with each player turning in a sincere and
interestoing characterization.
News of the Day Filming the Fleet
Adventure with Father Hubbard, the Glacier Priest
Heppner, Oregon
logs this week.
Oregon, Eugene.