Thursday, May 2, 1940 Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon Page Five Fred W. Falconer and son, Fred, Jr., have been in Heppner several days this week looking after bus iness interests. Fred, Sr., owns the former Markham place in Cason canyon which has been 'rented to local people from year to year. The former Pendleton sheep man is now a resident of Walla Walla. "MVe TVarv TVTnKnrcfl nnrl wn email daughters trom beattle are visiting at the home of Mrs. Moburg's sister, Mrs. W. S. Bennett. They arrived Saturday evening in company with Mr. Moburg who returned home Sunday. Mr. Moburg is an engineer at present engaged in bridge build ing near Seattle. Mrs. Doris Rice and Miss Inga Bretzen of Portland were week end visitors with Heppner friends. Mrs. Rice recently received her certificate as a trained nurse and is practicing her profession in the city. Miss Bret zen is engaged in public heath nur sing. They were Saturday night guests at the J. G. Barratt home. Frank Young, in town yesterday from the Gooseberry ranch, said that moisture is plentiful out his way and that more warm weather is needed to put the crops in the shape they should be at this time. Several people attended the spring rodeo at the Tony Vey ranch Sun day. Included in the group were Mr. and Mrs. . William Bucknum, Margaret Farley, Tom Healy, D. M. Ward and Pat Mollahan. Merle Cummings and family spent the week end in Porltand, and Mr. Cummings reports seeing the Bea vers of that city go to town in three baseball games against the San Francisco Seals. Mr. and Mrs. Orville L. Smith arid son Jimmy motored to Spokane Sundav. Mr. Smith returned home Tuesday, while Mrs. Smith and son stopped in Yakima for a week's visit. Lee and Harold Scritsmeier were visitors in town yesterday afternoon. Work is progressing toward getting their sawmill operations on ppper Rhea creek under way for the sea son. Mr. and Mrs. William Becket and children were week end guests at the home of Mrs. Becket's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wehmeyer. The Beckets make their home in Waits burg. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Ward were called to Wenatchee Monday morn ing in response to a message that Mrs. Ward s nephew was dead as the result of a hunting accident. Bill Freitag, chief cierk of the Poz-ifin Power and Lisht company, visited the Heppner office this week on routine business. Freitag's nead quarters are in Pendleton. Mrs. C. C. Dunham, who spent a month here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Crawford, lett Sat urday afternoon for her home in Ashland. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Saling of low er Sand Hollow were Heppner bus iness visitors Tuesday. Glenn Hayes has gone to Lone Rock where he is building a barn on the Joe Hayes ranch. Erik Bergstrom was a business visitor in Heppner Wednesday from his ranch on Eight Mile. Phil Griffin, lone farmer, was transacting business in Heppner Tuesday. Lost Mink neck piece some place on streets of Heppner or between Heppner and Pendleton. Reward for return to Mrs. J. O. Rasmus. 9p. FORMER SPEAKER VISITS Harrv D. Boivin of Klamath Falls. former speaker of the lower house of the Oreeon legislature, was a Heppner visitor Moncjay. Boivin is a candidate for delegate to the na tional democratic conventon and is making a tor of eastern Oregon in terviewing members of his party. He is running unpledged, stating that he will follow the wishes of the people. He was accompanied on his tour by Lyie McCroskey, attorney of Portland. TO OPEN BEAUTY SHOP Mrs. Myrtle Aiken went to Port land the first of the week to pur chase equipment for a beauty shop which she will open in the quarters formerly used by Gordelen Beau ty shop. The place will be known as Myrtle's Beauty Salon and will be opened as soon as equipment can be installed. Miss Helen Van Scho- iack, formerly of the Gordelen shop, has been retained as operator by Mrs. Aiken. CARS COLLIDE Cars driven by J. G. Thomson and Bernie Allstott collided Tues day afternoon' when Allstott backed away from the curb opposite the Thomson Bros, store and was struck by the Thomson car. Thomson was driving north when Allstott s car suddenly loomed in front of him. Both cars suffered minor damages. WOOL BRINGS 25 CENTS First wool sale of the season in Morrow county was reported Tues day from Portland where it was stated that the Barney Doherty clip had been purchased by J. B. Stan field at a price of about 25 cents a pound. SHIP SHEEP TO IDAHO Georee Slover of Weiser, Idaho, shinned 2100 head of sheep from the local yards last night to his ranch in Idaho. Ewes and lambs made up the lot purchased here from Frank Wilkinson and C. W. McNamer. Several car loads were added to the shipment at Echo. For Sale Washing machine driv en radio battery charger. George Medlock, Rhea creek. Carnival is Offering of Lexington School The Lexington schools are enter taining the county Saturday night (Mav 4) in the form of a funful and frolicsome carnival and dance. The gym doors will open upon the gala annual occasion at 7 p. m. and from then on it's every funster for him self. Sport and excitement will be the bill of fare for the evening and such devices of skill, fill and thrill are so arranged that there will not be a dull moment for anyone. Baseball throw, fishponds, darto and movies; a babv show, shooting gallery, spin ning wheels and "Ge-Dunkem" will be there to tempt the festive spirit of everyone. As an added feature, the Lex let- termen are presenting their tennis court dance by sponsoring Jack Merrill's 8-piece orchestra for the occasion. The proceeds of this dance will go toward financing the school's tennis court. Good dancing, a miniature the ater, skill, and thrill devices galore and even a baby show are but a few of the frivolity provokers to be had. Saturday night is the big time in Lexington and everyone from old to young are invited to have their fun in the school gym. Calkins Leads the Field in Weeder Again in The New REC-LA-M ATOR Weeder A GIFT MOTHER WILL ENJOY Mother's Day CAKE "Roses in Snow" 60c Place orders now HEPPNER BAKERY With approximately a foot more clearance and 20 percent more strength The Standard weed er is also available at dealers Ask your dealer about the change over of V-Belts and Pulleys replacing sprockets and chains for your combine. OMAR RIETMANN, lone, Ore. Heppner Gazette Times, Only $2.00 Per Year Remember. . TELEPHONE for Rapid Service Heppner Blacksmith & Machinery Co. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT D. H. JONES, Mgr. Expert Acetylene and Electric Welding, Blacksmithing on Good Printing The STARR Friday-Saturday EPORTER ZANE GREY'S LIGHT OF THE WESTERN STARS with Victor Jory, Russell Haydcn, Noah Bccry, Jr., Jo Ann Sayers plus BLONDIE ON A BUDGET with The Bumstcads MERCHANTS' FREE MATINEE SATURDAY Shows at 1 and 2:40 p. m. Sponsored by the Merchants of Heppner in appreciation of your patronage. Sunday-Monday MAURICE MAETERLINCK'S THE BLUEBIRD in technicolor Shirley Temple. Spring Byinprton, Nigel Bruce, Gale Sonderpaard, Eddie Collins, Sybil Jason, Jessie Ralph, Helen. Ericson, Johnny Russell, Laura Hope Crews For many years to come you will remember "The Bluebird" as the most beautiful picture ever made and the most human story ever told! Movietone News Fashions Lew Lchr Tuesday PAL NIGHT: 2 adults 35c; 2 children 10c Double Alibi Wayne Morris, Margaret Lindsay, William Gargan, Roscoe Karns Not in a month of Tuesdays will you guess the identity of the! murderer in this fast-moving action film. plus A Chump At Oxford STAN LAUREL, OLIVER HARDY Stan and Ollie graduate from the gutter to Oxford but have a time catching up with the educaion. Wednesday-Thursday, May 8-9 ver in our lifetime have eyes beheld its equal GONE WITH THE WIND STAR THEAT Heppner, Oregon TWO SHOWS EACH DAY 2:15 p. m. 75c inc. tax 8:00 p. m. $1.00 plus tax 10c, total $1.10 Reserved seats now on sale for all shows. Mail and telephone orders invited. Telephone 1472 or 535. Picture will be shown ex actly as in Atlanta. It will be shown only at increased prices until 1941.