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Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Thursday, Feb. 15, 1940
By MRS. ELMER GRIFFITH
lone Library Gets
Boost from City
The Women's Topic club met Fri
day at the home of Mrs. M. E. Cot
ter. Other hostesses were Mesdames
Henry Gorger, Bert Mason and Miss
Emmer Maynard. They gave a very
comprehensive report on Nora
Wain's book, "Reaching for the
Stars." A committee consisting of
Mrs. Omar Rietmann, Mrs. Hugh
Smith and Mrs. M. E. Cotter report
ed that they had requested aid for
the library from the city council
and had been, granted one hundred
and fifty dollars per year. This will
be used to hire a librarian, thus
relieving the club ladies of the task
Others present at the meeting were
Mesdames C. F. Feldman, E. M.
Baker, Elmer Griffith, E. R. Lundell,
C. W. McNamer, Clell Rea, Victor
Rietmann, Clyde Denny, Agnes Wil
cox and Mrs. C. W. Swanson, and
one visitor, Mrs. Laxton McMurray
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Swanson and
Mrs. Garland Swanson and two chil
dren returned Sunday from Salem
where they had been visiting rela
tives for several days.
Funeral services were held Friday
afternoon for J. W. Schleevoight.
Rev. Mofatt Dennis conducted the
services, and Mrs. Dennis was at
the piano. Pall bearers were Ernest
Heliker, James Lindsay, Harry Yar
nell, P. C. Peterson, Ross Perry and
It is reported here that Merl Ba
ker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ba
ker, has enlisted in the U. S. avia
tion corps at Marshfield, Cal.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Timm of Pen
dleton were here Friday to attend
the funeral of J. W. Schleevoight. j
The P. N. G. club will meet at the
home of Mrs. E. R. Lundell on
Mildred Lundell was pleasantly
surprised on her birthday last Wed
nesday with a party given by Mrs.
Paul Pettyjohn and Mrs. Frank
. Lundell at the latter's home. Guests
were Mesdames J. E. Swanson
Garland Swanson, E. R. Lundell, C.
W. Swanson, Clell Ray, Carl Allyn,
Franklin Lindstrom, Cleo Drake,
Frank Lundell, and the honoree, who
received "consolation" in the form
of birthday gifts. Mrs. Clell Ray
won high score at bridge.
S. A. Salter returned home Mon
day. He and Mrs. Salter went to Se.
attle and moved a son who is ill, to
a hospital in Portland. Mrs. Salter
remained in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Linn and
Clarence Linn returned to their
home in Vernonia Sunday after a
week's visit with relatives here and
Katherine Griffith, a student at E,
O. C. E., came over from La Grande
ior the week end.
Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Lawrence of
Silverton spent a few days last week
at the James Lindsay home. Mrs.
Lawrence is a sister of Mrs. Lind
say. On Sunday they and the Lind
says visited in Echo and on Butter
creek, the old home of the Lindsay
family. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence re
turned home Monday.
Work was commenced Monday on
a new modern Standard service sta
tion to be operated by Roy Lind
strom and Garland Swanson. N. D.
Bailey of Heppner is doing the work.
The building will be located on
Main street on the site of the old
J. T. Walker store, and a census
taker or tax collector could find
most of the male populace there.
Betty Rood received painful burns
on her face Tuesday when operat
ing a gas stove at the schoolhouse.
The flame had gone out, and when
it was re-lit, exploded in her face.
First aid was applied at once.
At the close of the meeting of the
Omaha Woodmen Monday evening
Harry Peterson was honored by his
brothers with a stork shower. Cof
fee and sandwiches were served
About twenty were present.
Mrs. Frank Engelman is ill at
her home here.
C. J. Newlin arrived from Seattle
Sunday for a visit with his mother,
Mrs. Clara Newlin. His home is in
Walter Dobyns and Henry Peter
son are in Portland, receiving med
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McCarty re
turned to their home in Pendleton
Sunday after a visit here with their
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Gorger. Rose Marie and
Billie Gorger spent the week end
here and all returned to Pendleton
.Freda Ball is indisposed at her
home as the result of injuries suf
fered when she fell while skating
at the Legion hall Saturday evening.
PINE CITY NEWS
By BERNICE WATTENBURGER
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Barnes spent
the last ten days in Olympia, Wash.,
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Strain of
Walla Walla spent the week end
with the E. B. Wattenburgers. Mrs.
Strain remained for a week's visit.
Mrs. E. B. Wattenburger and
daughter Darlyne and Mrs. R. E
McGreer and daughter Shirley were
Pendleton visitors Wednesday.
The Misses Patricia and Mary
Daley and Lorene Hirl and son Phil
lip spent the week end at the Daley
Harold Wilkins and Pat O'Brien
made a business trip to Baker Sat
Henry Rauch, Jr., is working at
the A. E. Wattenburger ranch.
Bert Barnes is assisting with the
lambing at the Charles Bartholo
mew ranch. Mrs. Barnes is cooking.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bartholomew
of Estacada spent last week end at
the Chas. Bartholomew home.
Commissioner Roy Neill is in
Heppner attending county court.
Lambing is well under way at the
Boylen ranch. There are 20,000 ewes
to be lambed.
Miss Shirley McGreer entertained
at a Valentine party at her home
Wednesday. They exchanged valen
tines, and ice cream and heart cook
ies were enjoyed at the close.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Barnes, Mr.
and Mrs. Clayton Ayres spent Fri
day evening at the A. E. Watten
burger home. They listened to the
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wattenburger
spent the week end with Mr. Wat-
tenburger's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. E. Wattenburger.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rauch, Jr.,
visited at the Helms and Harrison
Mrs. Tony Vey and nephew, Bob
Schiller, were Hermiston callers on
R. E. McGreer and nephew, Bob
Gronvold, went to Pendleton Tues
day to hear Thomas Dewey speak.
members of the O. S. C. faculty Tri
ad club recently. He added that a
large number of students now at
tending O. S .C. are paying all then-
expenses through college from mon
ey earned on projects carried on
during their high school days. One
such student had $1700 on deposit
when he enrolled as a freshman.
Of the 22,871 boys and girls en
rolled in 4-H club projects last
year, 20,150 completed their assign
mentsa percentage as high as that
in any other state in the union.
Read G. T. Want Ads. You
find a bargain in something needed.
For Sale One Delco automatic
32 volt light plant with Heavy Duty
batteries andable model radio.
One Westinghouse 32 volt light
plant with 2 yr. old H.D. batteries.
One Kohler Automatis 110 volt
One Servel Flamo 7 ft. refriger
One Servel Kerosene 5 ft. refrig
One Wedgewood combination Fla.
Can be handled for Cash or Terms.
Write Farmers Supply Co., Hermis
ton, Ore. 49-51
NOTICE OF SALE OF COUNTY
By virtue of an ORDER OF THE
COUNTY COURT, dated January
27, 1940, 1 am authorized and direct
ed to advertise and sell at public
auction, at not less than the mini
mum price herein set forth:
The Southwest Quarter of
Section 28, West Half and
Southwest Quarter of Section
33, in Township 4 North of
Range 23, East of the Wilamette
Meridian for the minimum price
of $640.00. Terms, $200.00 cash,
balance in five annual payments
at 6 percent interest on deferred
THEREFORE, I will on the 2nd
day of March, 1940, at the hour of
2:00 P. M., at the front door of the
Court House in Heppner, Oregon,
sell said property to the highest
and best bidder.
C. J. D. BAUMAN, Sheriff,
Morrow County, Oregon.
NOTICE TO DOG OWNERS
February is the last month that
you can get dog licenses at $1.00 for
male and spayed female, and $2.00
for female. After March 1st the
price is $2.00 for males and $4.00 for
C. J. D. BAUMAN, Sheriff.
For Eye Comfort Better Vision
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
Save 10 on all shop work dur
ing our anniversary sale by having
needed repairs done now. Rosewall
Gentry Motor Co.
Money Value of State
4-H Projects $363,000
The economic value of 4-H club
projects carried on in Oregon last
year was estimated at $363,000, H. C
Seymour, state club leader, told
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, administratrix de bon
is non of the estate of J. S. Young,
deceased, has filed with the County
Court of the State of Oregon, for
Morrow County, her Final Account
of her administration of said estate,
and that said Court has set Monday,
the 19th day of February, 1940, at
the hour of 11:00 A. M. of said day,
as the time, and the County Court
Room in the Court House in Hepp
ner, Oregon, as the place for hear
ing and settlement of said final ac
count, and all persons having ob
jections to said Final Account are
hereby required to file the same
with said Court on or before the
time set for said hearing.
Dated and first published this 18th
day of January, 1940.
EUGENIA B. HUSTON,
Administratrix, d. b. n.
Setting Eggs Hansen W. L. strain,
picked eggs from all old hens, 35c
doz. Call 3F3, Heppner. Chris Brown.
Practical nurse capable of man
aging small hospital. Inquire this
Good home, small wage for wo
man to help with general work. In
quire this office.
Piano in storage to be closed out
at sacrifice rather than reship. For
particulars write Factory Auditor,
P. O. Box 376, Seattle, Wash. 49-52.
Excellent opportunity for inter
ested person with small capital in
vestment to open profitable amuse
ment in Heppner or elsewhere.
Write Royal Wilde, Union, Ore. 48-9
SHIP BY TRUCK
The Dalles Freight Line, Inc.
PORTLAND : THE DALLES : HEPPNER
' AND WAY POINTS
Arrive Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
Warehouse: KANE'S GARAGE Car! D. Spickerman, Agent
"PREVENT FOREST FIRESIT PAYS"
Baled alfalfa for sale, first, second
and third cuttings. Price reasonable.
At old Morgan ranch 4 miles below
Cecil. Hubert Mackey. 47-48p.
For Sale Gilts to farrow in April,
$15 and up. Rufus Pieper. 47-48p,
For sale: Baled second and third
crop alfalfa hay in warehouse, also
seed oats. Phone 482, Echo. Mike
Six-room house and bath, full
plumbing, good location, $1500. See
Clara Beamer. 24th
Wood for sale $7.50 cord, fir,
tamarack, pine; tamarack or red fir
posts 8c. Wood sawing anywhere,
cash or trade. Homer Tucker, city.
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Foods for the Lenten Season--
For those who observe Lent: We offfer a variety of well selected cannned foods, high in
vitamin content and replacing the calories found in your regular diet. Chooseyour table
supplies from our stock and know that your family is being properly fed.
MINCED CLAMS ... each 23c
Red & White
CRAB each 35c
Red & White
OYSTERS 2 for 29c
SALMON flat tins 23c
Blue & White
SALMON, kippered 2 for 29c
TUNA FLAKES 2 for 35c
TUNA FISH each 19c
PEAS, No. 2's, 2 for 25c
PEACHES, No. 21z 20c
RAISINS, 4 lb. pkg 35c
P'NUT BUTTER, 2 lb. jar 45c
R&WCATSUP, H-oz.2 20c
BANANAS 3 lbs. for 29c
GRAPEFRUIT 6 for 25c
ORANGES ,2 doz. for 49c
Medium size, sweet
CABBAGE lb. 3c
Trade where your money buys real food values
M. D. CLARK