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HfDunpr Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Thursday, November 7, 1940
Irrigon Folk Enjoy
Hallowe'en Party
The Rev. and Mrs. Wallace mis
sionaries from Alaska, spoke at the
Pentecostal church Wednesday eve
ning of last week.
J. E. McCoy, Benny and Mack
McCoy, Will Grabeil, Jay Berry and
Dave Gabeil left Thursday for the
mountains to hunt elk.
Mrs. Jay Berry and Mrs. Coffey
from Portland are visiting at the
home of Mrs. Berry's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Emmett McCoy.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Haddox en
tertained the Pep club members and
their families at a Hallowe'en party
at their home Thursday night.
The children of Mr. and Mrs. Hub
bell are ill with whooping cough.
L. N. Smith has gone to Wallowa
for an extended visit.
Mr. Farrell was able to be brought
home from the Pendleton hospital
Mrs. Clair Caldwell was hostess
at a Hallowe'en party at her home
Wednesday evening to a number of
small guests.
Robert Smith, Batie Rand, Mrs.
Suddarth, R. V. Jones and Paul
Gravell were among those deliver
ing turkeys to the co-op at Hermis
ton this week.
Miss La Verne Duus from Portland
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Duus.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Potts from
Astoria, Walter Caldwell and Carl
Caldwell were guests of Fred Cald
well and family Sunday.
Mrs. Ben Netter and daughter of
Astoria are visiting her mother, Mrs.
Frank Leicht.
W. C. Isom is on the sick list with
a very serious cold.
Bert Dexter, Earl Stewart and
Mrs. Suddarth are picking turkeys
at the Hermiston plant this week.
Mrs. Boardman left Sunday for
her home in Portland to be in her
voting precinct. She will return
Thursday for an indefinite stay with
Mrs. Suddarth.
per; Mrs. Jane Baker, Mary Buch
anan; Edwin Dahlbeck, Elden Pad
berg; Cassandra Dahlbeck, Marcel
la Jackson; Casfish Carruthers, Bill
Nichols. Ivan Amend is the direc
tor. James and Burton Peck, Mrs. Glo
ver Peck and daughter Dorothy
motored to Portland for the week
end, where Dorothy remained for
medical treatment. They were ac
companied to The Dalles by Doris
The PTA meeting was held Wed
nesday evening at the school house.
A program was presented and re
freshments of pumpkin pie were
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McMillan
and Mr. and Mrs. John R. McMillan
of Carlton were guests at the S. G.
McMillan home the first of the week.
They were planning to go to De
troit for new cars.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Gray and
daughter of Stanfield were Lexing
ton visitors Tuesday. They were
accompanied home by their grand
son, Skippy Ruhl.
Coy Thornburg of Carlton is vis
iting here.
There will be a dance at the local
grange hall November 16, with
Wrights orchestra of Pendleton fur
nishing the music. An added at
traction will be a beano game spon
sored by the dance committee, with
many nice prizes.
Lunch was served by the Rebek
ahs at the I. O. O. F. hall on elec
tion day.
A Sunday guest at the Frank
Munker's home was Mr. Munker's
A . community Hallowe'en party
was held at the I. O. O. F. hall Wed
nesday evening with a good crowd
attending. Games were played until
supper was served at 10 o'clock after
which dancing was enjoyed. Music
was furnished by a nickelodeon
that will be kept in the hall to fur
nish music for various parties thru
out the winter .
Willows Grange
Names 1941 Officers
At their meeting last Saturday
evening, Willows grange elected the
following officers to be their leaders
for 1941:
Master, Markham Baker; overseer,
Mary Lindsay; lecturer, Barbara
Heliker; steward, Jack Bailey; as
sistant steward, Donald Heliker;
chaplain, Winnford Bailey; treasur
er, Marjorie Baker; secretary, Mary
Lundell; gate keeper, Marion Pal
mer; Ceres. Mildred Eubanks; Po
mona, Geneva Palme; Flora, Kath
ryn Yarnell; L. A. S., Dot Halvor-
sen; executive committee, 0. L. Lun
dell, P. J. (yMeara, Constance
, These officers elect will be in
stalled shortly after the first of the
The remainder of the November
schedule will include the following
events: Nov. 9, dance in Willows
hall;. Nov. 15, H. E. C. meeting; Nov.
16, initiation in first and second
degrees; Nov. 30, benefit dance and'
basket social.
The initiation to be given on No
vember 16 will be the last time the
first and second degrees are exem
plified this year. All candidates are
ureed to be present. The proceeds
from dance and basket social sched
uled for November 30 will be turned
to Mr. Heliker to assist in defraying
his hospital expenses. He was pain
fully iojuit d when working on the
grange hall and is now confined in
a hospital in Portland.
Mrs. Mabel Davidson, a member
of Willows grange, lost her, farm
home by fire recently. The extent of
her loss has not been learned.
The Home Economics club will
hold its regular meeting in the hall
on Friday, Nov. 15. Election of club
officers will be the main business
'3 Taps at Twelve'
Is Lexington Play
The Lexington Christian Endeavor
society was host for a Columbia
Union rally at the Laech hall Fri
day evening. Mrs. Neal Knighten
of Hardman led the song service
accompanied by Mrs. Marvin Bran
non at the piano. Rev. Martin Clark
of Heppner was the speaker for the
evening and Rodney Rogus of Pilot
Rock made the announcements. The
social hour was led by Miss Lois
Jon.es of Heppner, after whoch re
freshments were served by the Lex
ington society. Societies represented
were Hermiston, Heppner, Board
man, Hardman, Pilot Rock and Lex
ington. Lexington society received
first prize for attendance and second
prize was awarded to Boardman.
The ladies of the Home Econ
omics club are presenting the ro
gram at the regular grange meeting
Saturday evening, Nov. 9. All gran
gers are urged to attend.
The Home Economics club will
meet at the home of Mrs. Lawrence
Palmer on Thursday, Nov. 14.
A. M. Edwards and son Clyde
spent last week in Montana. Mr.
Edwards has recently completed a
project of forty government wells
near Great Falls. He is planning to
drill in Boardman in the near fu
ture. Jo McMillan was a guest of Beth
Edwards Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. George Peck were
Portland visitors Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McMillan and
family have moved back into town
for the winter.
Clayton Davis who is now with
the U. S. navy is visiting relatives
here and at Hermiston.
"Three Taps at Twelve" is the title
of the three-act mystery melo
drama which the Lexington high
school student body will present in
the school auditorium on December
6. The cast of characters includes
Jamieson Edwards, Roy Martin;
Dick Edwards, Joe Way; Dr. Hull,
Duane Johnson; Harmon Gage, Don
Peck; Martha Gage, Lavelle Pie-
I i
at the Harry McKinney Ranch
known as the OLD COMPANY RANCH, 30 M. SE of Arlington, 18 Mi. SW of lone,
17 Mi. NE of Condon, on the OLD HEPPNER RIDGE ROAD
Beginning at 9 :30 A. M., the following will be offered for sale :
76 Head of Cows 3 to 6 years
27 Cows and Calves
37 Head of Weaner Calves
2 Registered Hereford Bulls 3 yr.
3 Milk Cows
(These cattle sired by registered
bulls for 10 years)
1 RD-6 Caterpillar Tractor, 1 yr.
old, Wide Gauge, 1 800 hours
1 '36' John Deere Combine, 20'
Header, rubber all around
16 Sections Iron Harrow
3 Hoe Drills
3 International Weeders
2 Cheney Weeders
2 John Deere Disc Plows, 6V2 ft.
3 Oliver Tractor Plows, 18 inch
HARRY McKINNEY, Owner V. R. RUNNION, Auctioneer
L. LITTLETON, The Dalles, Clerk
01 iver Roller, 10 ft. long
John Deere Team Plow, 14" 3-
5' McCormick-Deering Mower
Hay Rake, 10 inch
Steel Water Tank, 300 gallons
Bain Wagon 3 V4"
3 3-4" Wagon
Nash Power Motor
3-HP Fairbanks-Morse Engine
14" Case Walking Plow
Garden Cultivator
Bluett Fan Mill
10 Disc Harrow
36' Springtooth Harrow
1 Tractor Hitch (adjustable 30'
to 75')
Harness & CollarsOther items
too numerous to mention