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Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Thursday, June 27, 1940
1940 Harvest Under
Way in lone Section
By MRS. ELMER GRIFFITH
Harvest has begun, in this section
on both barley and wheat. Those
famers beginning this week are Ver
ner Troedson, O. E. Lindstrom and
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Swanson re
turned on Thursday from a visit in
Salem with relatives. Their daugh
1 ter, Miss Eva, came up with them
and will remain for a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lindstrom
motored to Baker Saturday being
called there by the serious illness
of her father, E. H. Turner, who is
in the hospital there.
Mr. and Mrs. Laxton McMurray
arrived home on Monday from an
extended tour which took them to
Eugene, Roseburg, Salem and coast
points. They reported a very enjoy
able trip throughout
Mrs. Fred Mankin and Mrs. Lee
Beckner were joint hostesses for
a shower on Thursday at the Legion
Auxiliary hall, honoring Mrs. El
v wynne Peek. About t thirty -three
were present and the bride was the
recipient of many lovely gifts.
Locust chapter, Order of the Eas
tern Star, is giving a benefit cafe
teria supper and carnival in their
hall on Saturday evening, June 29.
The public is welcome.
Miss Jessie Manson of Newberg
became the bride of Clifford Yarnell,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Yarnell
of lone, on Sunday, June 23, at St.
Peters Catholic church in Newberg.
Following the wedding ceremony a
reception was held at the home of
the bride's father. Mr. and Mrs. Yar
nell were unable to attend because
of the illness of Mrs. Yarnell.
Clarence Brenner and family are
enjoying a visit with his father and
step-mother, Mr. and Mrs. John
Brenner of Seattle.
Mrs. Ray Barnett and children,
Mary, David and James, and Miss
Florence Moyer attended a Pente
costal meeting in Pendleton the lat
ter part of the week.
Roy Lindstrom and Garland
Swanson made a business trip to
Portland on Monday. They return
Pacific Power and Light company
has moved its office to the Park
hotel. Howard Eubanks will move
into the office which they vacated
A baby daughter was born to Mr.
and Mrs. E. M. Baker in Heppner
on Sunday. She has been named
Mardene May. Mrs. Minnie Forbes
is assisting with the work on the
Margaret Berry, who lived in lone
last summer, was visiting friends
here on Monday, coming down from
Heppner for the day.
Sam Pomerantz of Los Angeles
arrived in lone, on Friday evening
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Clark. Mrs. Pomerantz and son, who
have been visiting her parents for
some time, left with him on Monday
for Portland where they will visit
before returning to their home.
Mrs. Clara Newlin returned home
on Thursday accompanied by her
granddaughter, Sharon Davin of San
Francisco. Mrs. Newlin was called
to San Francisco by the serious
illness of her son-in-law, who later
passed away. The body was brought
to Walla Walla for interment where
services were held on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Palmateer and
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Palmateer
and family of Estacada are visiting
at the home of Mr and Mrs. H. O.
Ely at Morgan. On Sunday Mrs. Ely
gave a dinner for them with the
following guests present: Mr. and
,Mrs. A. F. Palmateer and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Ely and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Berl Akers and
son, and W. G. Palmateer. Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Palmateer have re
turned to their home, but the others
will remain until after harvest.
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Victor
Rietmann entertained with a bridge
party in honor of her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Victor Peterson of The Dalles.
Guests were Mrs. L. E. Dick, Mrs.
E. J. Blake, Mrs. Glenn Jones, Mrs.
H. D. McCurdy, Mrs. David Riet
mann, and Mrs. Werner Rietmann.
Mrs. Jones received high and Mrs.
David Rietmann low score.
Thursday Mrs. Victor Rietmann
motored to Condon, taking Mrs. Pe
terson over to meet her husband
and return home. Her two sons re
mained for a longer visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Garland Swanson
entertained with a dinner party at
their home on Sunday evening in
honor of Mrs. John Eubanks whose
birthday occurs on that date.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Douglas of Gol
dendale Wash., former residents of
Morgan, arrived there Tuesday eve
ning for a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
F. J. Ely.
Mrs. Matthew Gordon and Miss
Be mice Ring motored to Pendleton
on Friday to shop:
Mrs. J. E. Swanson is ill at her
To Sudden Illness
By HARDMAN HIGH SCHOOL.
Harley William Gallagher, 12-year-old
son of Mrs. Fred Gallagher,
died in Heppner last Friday night
from a sudden illness. Funeral ser
vices were held at the Phelps Fun
eral home Saturday afternoon and
he was buried in the Bend ceme
tery on Sunday. Harley's father
passed awav some few years ago in
Heppner and is buried at Bend. Har
ley spent most of his life in this
community and at the time of his
death was at the home of Bill Lee,
his brother-in-law. He attended
school here last year.
On Friday night a baby daughter
was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Batty at their home here. The young
lady weighed 6 3-4 pounds and was
named Linda Lee.
Miss Isabel McFerrin who had
gone to Spokane to attend the grad
uation exercises as the guest of Miss
Jean Reed, returned to her home.
On the way here she stopped off
at the Grand Coulee dam.
Mrs. Sam McDaniel whose health
has been poor for several months
had a severe attack on Wednesday
of last week. All of her children
came to see her, Mr and Mrs Frank
Howell of Top, Mr and Mrs Kinard
McDaniel of Lonerock, Mr and Mrs.
Sam McDaniel, Jr., of Reeds mill,
Mr. and Mrs. Oren McDaniel from
their mountain ranch, and also three
grandchildren, Clifford Howell of
Top, Mrs. Gladys Corrigall of Echo,
and Dallas McDaniel of Lonerock.
At this writing "Aunt Hattie" is
Mrs. John McDonald returned
home from Heppner Saturday after
spending six weeks there with her
daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Bleakman,
who had undergone a major opera
tion in Pendleton. Mrs. Bleakman
is so improved that she will join
Mr. Bleakman who is with the forest
service near Enterprise. Mrs. Bleak
man will be telephone operator there
this fire season.
The young people who attended
4-H summer school at Corvallis re
turned on Friday, all reporting an
especially good time. On the pre
vious Wednesday many had listened
to the Morrow county radio program
when Miss Vera McDaniel sang in a
quartet, and Miss Mary Mclntyre
gave a talk.
On Monday Mr. and Mrs. John
Brenner of Seattle, who lived in the
mountains and later at Eightmile
more than 20 years ago, visited at
the B. H. Bleakman home and other
friends here. He came to eastern
Oregon for the benefit of Mr. Bren
Mrs. Ethel McDaniel and Cecil
returned on Saturday from a two
weeks' visit at Union with Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Owens, and at Enter
prise with Mr. and Mrs. Harlan
Jim Thompson and his son Frank
and Mr. Bellenbrock, all of Monu
ment, visited at the home of Mrs.
Bertha Rice on Sunday.
Mr nnd Mrs. Carl McDaniel spent
Tuesday and Wednesday of last week
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. uwen
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Britt, Mr.
and Mrs. Claud Buschke and Mrs.
William Greener spent Saturday at
Deep creek fishing.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Becket mov
ed their sheep to the mountains on
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rogers of
Kinzua are visiting at the J. B. Ad
The Kinard McDaniels have moved
from Lonerock to one of the houses
on the S. T. Robison place in the
Jim Inskeep returned to Hardman
on Monday from Salem where he
had been visiting at the home of
his sister, Mrs. Theodore Wacken.
The voters of the Hardman Union
High school met at the high school
building for the annual meeting.
Miss Alta Stevens was clerk of the
election, with Mrs. Lewis Knighten,
Mrs. Charles McDaniel and Mrs.
Harlan Adams as judges. The polls
were open from 2 o'clock to 7. The
only one to be elected was a direc
tor for the five-year term, represent
ing the Rood canyon district. There
were 43 votes cast and Jim Hams
The temperature of the week has
been varied. On several days the
thermometer registered about 90,
early on most mornings, it was very
cool. In fact, on Friday morning it
was so cold that sheets of ice like
window panes could be lifted out of
the watering troughs.
Mrs. Rieks III at
Home in Irrigon
By MRS. W. C. ISOM
Mrs. Fred Ricks has been very ill
at her home since Friday. Her
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Alquist from Vale and her
daughter, Mrs. Alexander and two
daughters from La Grande are with
Mrs. T. D. Gilmore of Roseburg
and Dewey West of Rock creek vis
ited their sister, Mrs. E. A. Stevens
and family Thursday of last week.
Miss Florence Brace came up from
The Dalles last week and will spend
two weeks with her parents before
returning to Idaho.
Clarence Frederickson who un
derwent a major operation at the
Pendleton hospital recently is re
pored as recovering rapidly.
Mrs. Batie Rand entertained the
Pep club members at her home
The Ladies Aid met with Mrs.
George Rand Thursday afternoon.
Al Swearingen has a large crew
picking and packing apricots on his
Mrs. Marshal Markham and
daughter were Pendleton visitors
from Thursday until Sunday.
Rev. and Mrs. Williscroft, mission
aries recently returned from Dan
zig, Poland, will give an address and
show pictures at the Pentecostal
church Monday evening, July 1.
Mrs. Frank Leicht is quite ill at
her home. Her daughter. Mrs. Sam
Umiker and sister-in-law, Mrs. En
drice from near Spokane are with
Word was received recently of the
birth of a baby girl to Mr. and Mrs.
Don Isom who now reside in Baker.
By MRS. CLAUD COATS
Mrs. Gus McLouth and Leland,
and Mrs. Elvira Ashton returned
Friday from Milwaukie where they
had been visiting Mrs. McLouth's
daughter, Mrs. Lee Putnam, and
Robert Berger left Sunday for
Madras to get his wife and children,
who have been visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown, for the
last two weeks.
Mrs. Gladys Fortier, Miss Norma
Gibbons and Mrs. Eva Warner left
Tuesday for Portland. Mrs. Warner
is going on to Silverton to visit her
daughter, Mrs Ada Goodwin.
Alfred Turner was suddenly call
ed to Baker Sunday by the serious
illness of his father, E. A. Turner,
who formerly resided at Boardman.
The nature of his illness has not
Mr. and Mrs. 'Willard Baker and
Connie Lou, and Mrs. W. A. Baker
and Harold visited over the week
end at La Grande.
A party was held at Gillespie's
in honor of their son Donald. Those
children present were George and
Nona Graves, Grade Miller, Allen
Ely, Elinor Earwood, Buddy Kris
tenson, Delbert Tyler, Nancy Rands
and Lyman and Donald Gillespie.
Mrs. Roy Malow of Umatilla visit
ed at the Ransier home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Miller and
children were business visitors in
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Corwin
and family left Wednesday for Hood
River where he will help his father-in-law,
J. R. Forden with the cherry
Let G. T. Want Ads help you dis
pose of surplus stock.
JULY 3 and 4
New Lodge, Good
Beds, Good Meals,
Spend Your Vacation Here
Eastern Oregon's ginest music
Dick Lindsay and his 10
piece orchestra night July 3,
day, July 4.
Travel new road up Camas
Creek from Ukiah.
Effective Fri., June 28
1 :00 a. m.
instead of 1:15 a. m.
By means of this earlier
departure time of the Port
land Rose, improved con
nections are afforded which
means a saving in time of
over 1 hour to Denver, 10
hours to Kansas City and
5 hours to St. Louis.
Additional changes in
Lv. Arlington 3:03 a. m.
instead of 3:23 a. m.
Ar. Portland 7:20 a. m.
instead of 7:35 a. m.
Lv. Arlington 12:44 a. m.
instead of 12:49 a. m.
For further details, phone
or call on
To Make the Celebration a Success
If you are planning a trip to the mountains, a fishing trip,
or a. picnic,, you will mke the day doubly enjoyable by
filling your lunch basket with BETTER FOODS ....
TOMATOES per lb. 10c
Ripe and ready to use
GREEN PEPPERS lb. 16c
Med, size, nice for stuffing
CANTALOUPES .... large 15c
Small size 10c, 3 for 25c
RADISHES 3bu. for 10c
Cups - Spoons
Forks - Lunch Cloths
M. D. CLARK