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Thursday, September 26, 1940
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Sportsmen Not So
Lucky This Year
By ELSA M. LEATHERS
. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brown return
ed Saturday from lone where they
had taken Mrs. Brown's father, Mr.
Botts, after he had taken ill while
hunting with Tom.
TheHardman sportsmen have not
been so lucky this year bringing in
so many bucks. Max Buschke got
one and Alfred Lovgren, Dallas Mc
Daniel and Guy Huston and son
each had one.
Francis Farret and Fred Hockley
of Eugene are visiting at the Ray
mond Reid home.
Mrs. Duff McKi trick moved to the
Arbuckle logging camp this week.
Warren Hadley .has been visiting
Fan Miller. He used to live here in
Franklin McDaniel is home after
working for Glen Farrens since last
Mrs. Katherine Mclhtyre and Rita
took Mary and Ann Mclntyre. to
Corvallis where they will stay to en
ter college for this winter. Rita
goes to high school in Heppner. She
and her mother returned on Sun
Max Buschke is home on annual
leave and will return to work on
Tuesday. While here he hunted and
killed his buck, the only one so far
reported in town. i.
Ed McDaniel was called to Ev
erett, Wash., on business and while
there will visit his daughter, Mrs.
T. C. Merritt, at Arlington, Wash.
Dr. Collins from Portland came
up to hunt with Stanley Robison
again. He has come to eastern Ore
gon several years.
A very nice shower was held last
Thursday at the Reed's mill for Mr.
and Mrs. Dallas McDaniel and those
attending from here were Aunt Hat
ty McDaniel (the couple's grandma),
Mrs. Carey Hastings, Mrs. Max
Buschke and Mrs. Earl Redding. A
shower also for them will be at the
Ethel McDaniel home October 4.
Everyone is welcome.
Dr. A. D. McMurdo was in town
Sunday and hunted with Owen Lea
thers and Victor Lovgren.
Francis Inskeep is home after
spending some time working at the
Dalzell home on Eightmile.
Mrs. B. H. Bleakman and Mrs.
Raymond Reed visited on Sunday
with Miss Pat Bleakman at Cecil
where she works for Krebs Bros.
They also went to see Mrs. Herb
Hynd. Mrs. Hynd had been one
successful hunter bringing in her
The high school had a party on
Friday evening with a very good
attendance. The sophomores initia
ted the freshmen who entertained
the audience for about one hour.
Games were played and later re
freshments of cookies and jello were
Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Farrens will
be honored with a "kitchen show
er" at I. O. O. F. hall on Friday
the 27th. This shower has been de
layed, since most of the ladies were
gone through the summer. Everyone
Mrs. Carey Hastings went to
Heppner on Monday to bring Bill
Howell home. Mr. Howell has been
in the hospital for ten days with a
bad case of the flu.
Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Adams took
Clara Belle to Arlington where she
took the train to Portland. She will
spend the week visiting relatives be
fore going to Corvallis to enter col
lege. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Owens visited
and hunted with Mr. and Mrs. Dar
rel Farrens Sunday, also Mr. and
Mrs. G. A. Farrens and Mr. Rich
mond of Condon.
Wm. Greener started his logging
crew on Monday. Due to rain the
crew had been laid off for ten days.
Ray Patterson spent the week end
at the Elmer Palmer home in Rood
E. Ely is doing the chores at the
Blaine Chapel ranch while they are
over in Grant county hunting.
Motor to Portland
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Barratt mo
tored to Portland Sunday in time to
hear Wendell L. Willkie's address
there Monday morning, and remain
ed in the city to transact business
for a day or two.
PINE CITY NEWS
Truck Hits Sheep,
27 Are Killed
By BERNICE WATTENBURGER
John Harrison underwent an ap
pendectomy Friday morning at St.
Anthony's hospital, Pendleton. At
this writing he is progressing satis
factorily. Gordon O'Brien left Wednesday to
attend Oregon State college.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilkins"
newly purchased band of sheep were
run into by a logging truck Thurs
day, between Gurdane and Pilot
Rock. Twenty-seven were killed.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Daley and son
Charles were Pendleton callers Sat
urday. They returned with a new
Miss Betty Finch and Ray Ayers
spent the week end at their respec
tive homes. They attend high school
Fred Rauch and son August re
turned Sunday evening from a hunt
ing trip. August brought in the
largest buck brought in to Hermis
ton to date.
Mrs. Roy Neill returned home Fri
day from visiting her granddaugh
ter in The Dalles.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ely of Ta
coma, Wash., Mrs. Myrtle Burk, Mrs.
Gladys Hamilton and son of San
Pedro, Cal., and Mrs. Bud Springer
of Echo spent the week end at the
A. E. Wattenburger home.
Miss Marie Healy who is employ
ed in the First National Bank of
Portland is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Healy.
Miss Marie Klages of Joseph, has
been hired to teach the three upper
grades at Pine City school. She be
gan work Monday morning.
Mrs. Helen Ringo, primary teach
er at Pine City, and her mother-in-law
spent the week end in Pendle
ton. E. B. Wattenburger and son Burl,
Jr., made a business trip to Condon
and Fossil Saturday.
Mrs. R. E. McGreer and family
Irrigon Boy Leaves
Soon for Alaska
By MRS. W. C. ISOM
Urley Benefiel from Spokane is
home for a ten-day visit with his
brothers and other relatives. He
states that he will then leave for
Alaska with his company where they
will be stationed for at least eigh
Mrs. Boardman from Portland is
a house guest of Mrs. R. L. Sud
darth. The Ladies Aid met at the church
last Thursday afternoon. Some of
the ladies assisted in cleaning the
church while others worked on ar
ticles for the bazaar which will be
held this fall, probably early in De-
visited Dr. Harrison in Pendleton
R. E. McGreer returned Tuesday
from a month's business trip in cen
tral and southern Oregon.
Miss Jean Steers who is working
in lone spent the week end with her
Mrs. Alta Grabeal entertained the
H. E club at her home last Thurs
Stan Atkins of Walla Walla visited
friends here Wednesday. Mr. Atkins
is a former superintendent of Irrigon
school. He will teach in California
Willard Jones is attending normal
school at La Grande.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Doll from Yak
ima spent the week end here.
Joseph Belanger arrived in Hepp
ner Monday from Lincoln, Neb.,
where he attended a conference of
agents working in cooperative soil
conservation work. He and Mrs.
Belanger, who had spent a week
here visiting friends, left Tuesday
night for their home at Moro.
Mrs. Jack Pfeiffer of Seattle is a
guest this week at the home of her,
daughter, Mrs. Orville Smith.
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