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Thursday, October 3, 1940 Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon , paRe Five
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Francis Nickerson arrived hornet
the end of the week from the east
coast where he had just returned
from a cruise with the U. S. Naval
reserves in company with twenty
other Oregon boys. He reported
enjoying the trip very much, and
expects that he may report for fur
ther training about the middle of
the month. He stopped in Eugene
on the way home and saw a number
of the local young people billeted
in their quarters for the new school
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Wehmeyer
have received word from their son,
Stephen, stationed at Fort Lewis,
Wash., that he has been raised to
the rank of sergeant. Miss Edith
Wehmeyer, who visited here for
several days, departed this week for
her home at San Francisco where
she is engaged in government nurs
Adrian Dawson, C. Christenson
and R. E. Mollinet of Pendleton
were Heppner visitors last Satur
day. They are with the survey and
construction branch of the state
highway department and were
checking on the grading being done
on the Parker-Eightmile road.
Oscar Peterson, in the city Tues
day from the Gooseberry farm, re
ported his seeding about half thru.
There has been plenty of moisture
in his section, but weeding delayed
the seeding operation.
M. J. Conley of Conley Brothers,
contracting firm, is confined to his
room at the hotel by illness. Conley
Bros, expect to have their rock
crusher in operation early next week.
Among fortunate deer hunters this
week were Alden Blankenship and
Creston Maddock was a Heppner
visitor over Tuesday night. He was
accompanied Jy Ellis Minor of Lat
ourell falls, who had been to Mt.
Vernon to visit his father, C. A. Mi
nor, but found he had left shortly
before for the Pacific International
Livestock exposition, taking with
him the Grant county exhibit.
J. L. Hartley of Spokane was a
business visitor from Spokane in the
early part of the week. He is a rep
resentative of the White Pine Sash
company who purchase the entire
output of Reed's mill. He reported
that Reed has sawed four million
feet this season.
Rod Thomson was hobbling ar
ound on crutches the first of the
week, the result of a fall while
hunting last week end and throwing
one knee out of place.
Dr. J. P. Stewart, Eye-Sight Spe
cialist of Pendleton, will be at the
HEPPNER HOTEL on WEDNES
DAY, October 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schwarz
and Len Ray left this morning for
Prineville, spending a week's vaca
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, Executrix of the Estate
of George H. Hayden, deceased, has
filed her final account with the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Morrow County, of her adminis
tration of the estate of said deceased,
and said Court has set Monday, the
4th day of November, 1940, at the
' hour of 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon
of said day in the County Court
Room of the Court House at Hepp
ner, Oregon, as the time and place
for hearing objections to said final
account, and all persons having ob
jections to said final account or the
settlement of said estate are hereby
requested to file the same with said
Court on or before the time set for
Dated and first published this 3rd
day of October, 1940.
Executrix of the Estate of
George H. Hayden, deceased.
BRITONS NOT AFRAID
Britons are learning to take
blackouts in their stride and have
not become panicky over the drop
ping of German bombs, says Frank
Hale, one-time Heppner resident
now in the British air ministry ser
vice, in a letter received this morn
ing by Josephine Mahoney. Mr. Hale
was in the Royal Air force during
the last World war. He is now sta
tioned in an English city that so far
has not been bombed, but he says
the general attitude of the British
people is far from being afraid.
CALL FOR WARRANTS
Outstanding warrants of School
District No. 1, Morrow County, Or
egon, numbered 6311 to 6349, both
numbers inclusive, will be paid on
presentation to' the district clerk.
Interest on said warrants ceases Oc
tober 4, 1940.
ROBERT V. JONES, Clerk,
School District No. 1,
Glenn O'Brian, Grace
Acock, Irrigon, Wed
By MRS. W. C. I50M
Mr. Glenn O'Brian and Miss Grace
Acock were married Tuesday of last
week. They will live on the O'Brian
place west of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Jones and
son from Rainier, Wash., arrived
here Thursday. Maxwell and his
father, R. V. Jones, left Friday on a
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Bediwell vis
ited their son Ernest and family at
Spray several days last week.
Chas. Kunes from Wyoming is
visiting his sisters, Mrs. Don Kenny
and Mrs. Ray Coulter and their fam
ilies. Mrs. Shirley Linkhart and daugh
ter Marjorie are visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frederickson.
The telephone crews left the last
of the week, Hanlon's crew going
to Hermiston, Brown's crew to Ar
Clarence Frederickson motored to
Carl Knighten is a business visitor
in Portland this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bediwell from
Meacham are spending this week
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Em
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Erland and
Mrs. Anna Cork from Salt Lake
City visited Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Isom Thursday night and Friday.
They were on their way to Portland
where they will make their future
Mr. and Mrs. Gollyhorn from
Monument are visiting their son,
Cub Gollyhorn and family.
Mrs. Williamson accompanied her
son, Mr. Demary to Junction City
Saturday. She will go from there
to southern California where she will
spend the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Shell of Port
land visited their cousin, Mrs. E.
McCoy and family Monday, being
en route home from a hunting trip.
John Harrison, Pine
City, Dies at Pendleton
John L. Harrison, age 40, died at
St. Anthony hospital, Pendleton,
Wednesday evening last week after
an illness of about a week. He was
operated upon last week for appen
dicitis and was thought to be recov
ering when pneumonia set in and a
blood clot on his heart caused death.
Mr. Harrison had been a ranch
foreman at the Tom Boylen Butter
creek ranch for about six years. He
is survived by his widow and one
Funeral services were held Sat
urday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from
Folsum Funeral home. The many
friends, neighbors and relatives re
gret his passing. He was liked by
all and had a friend everywhere he
was known. The floral tribute was
large and beautiful. Pallbearers
were Mr. Lovelord of Pendleton,
Emery Cox of Hermiston, Sam Mye
and Walter Wigglesworth of Echo,
Marion Finch and Burl Wattenburg-
er of Butter creek.
The widow, Mrs. Princess Harri
son and son Johnny, 12, are moving
to Eugene to live.
WEED KILLER SUPPLY GONE
Supply of., sodium carbonate at
the county agent's office has been
exhausted, announces C. D. Conrad,
county agent, and difficulty is be
ing encountered in getting more due
to demand for chemicals for de
fense purposes. As soon as more is
obtained due notice will be given.
SHIP BY TRUCK
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PORTLAND : THE DALLES : HEPPNER
AND WAY POINTS
Arrive Tues., Weds., Friday, Sat.
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RADIOS... J I J UP
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Large size wood range and Howard
heater for sale. Inquire at Hepp
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Cream separator, Economy 600-lb.,
all stainless steel, ball bearing and
oil bath, almost new. Will sell at
half price. Carl Troedson, lone. ltp.
NOW IN SEASON
The "R" months are back
again with a fresh supply of
choice sea foods always avail
Contributions Taken for
CHINESE RELIEF SOCIETY
and Official Receipt Given
Meals at All Hours
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