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Thursday, November 14, 1940
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner. Oretrnn
O. E. Lindstrom was transacting
business in the city today from the j
farm in the Morgan section.
- Mr. and Mrs. Tim Rippee an- j
nounce that they are moving their
home from the farm on Heppner!
flat to Boardman, the first of next'
Joseph B. Snyder went to Sacra-J
mento, Cal., recently where he is i
now employed. Mrs. Snyder who
remained in Heppner reports that
Joe is well pleased with his situa
tion there and much ' prefers the
climate to that experienced last
winter in Montana.'
Among Heppner people attending
U. of O. homecoming festivities at
Eugene last week end were Miss
Mary White, Francis Nickerson, Ed
Dick, Jr., Rachel Forsythe, Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Scrivner and .son Billy,
Mrs. Lera Crawford and sons Hugh
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bradley
Castle of Heppner at the Corda Sal
ing home, November 3, a 9V2 pound
son, named Jerry Douglas.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ball
of lone at the Corda Saling home
in this city today, an 8V2 pound boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Howell and Miss
Sybil visited in Portland last week
end with Mr. and Mrs. Al Huitt.
Dr. J. P. Stewart, Eye-Sight Spe
cialist of Pendleton, will be at the
HEPPNER HOTEL on WEDNES
DAY, NOVEMBER 20th.
Shouns Trade for
By MRS. W. C. ISOM
Mrs. Harris from Portland is vis
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. Suddarth, Mrs. Slaughter, B
Dexter, Mr. and Mrs! Harry Whip
ple are among those picking tur
keys on the George McCarthy place
across the river in Washington.
Dave Grabeil is -visiting his mo
ther, Mrs. Josephine Grabeil.
Urley Benefiel from his camp at
Snokane is spending some time here
with relatives, recuperating from a
recent appendicitis operation.
Mr. and Mrs. Noble from Lostine
visited their daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Slaughter,
from Thursday until Sunday.
Mrs. Ida Slaughter entertained the
ladies aid Thursday at an all day
meeting in her home. The ladies
spent the day quilting.
Mrs. Griffith and Mrs. Cochran
from Pilot Rock were afternoon
talk , on work being . done by the
church for foreign missions. This
aid is arranging to help with the
work for a home for children in
Mrs." Boardman returned from
Portland Thursday. ' . ,
Batie Rand has been ' on the sick
list. ; ..' .
About an inch of snow fell in this
vicinity Sunday night. .,
Mr. and Mrs. James Arnberg vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Elliott at Free
water Sunday. ,
'. Mr. Thompson from Columbia dis
trict east of Hermiston has moved
his family to the Mrs. Fred Doll
place five miles west of Irrigon.
Mr. and Mrs. Shoun from Hepp
ner traded their property in Irrigon
recently purchased and known as
the old Walpole place, to Frank
Frederickson, recent owner ot the
Fagerstrom place, and took posses
sion this week.
Mrs. Bowman (nee Virginia Cra-
nev) has sold her property west of
town to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith
from Wallowa and moved her fam
ily to Hermiston. Mr. Smith moved
his family here last week.
Miss Culp has been quite ill with
flu. Mrs. Lyle Eddy was substitut
ing teacher in her room Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Allen are
staying at the Haney home.
Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Cook and
daughter Jean from Echo visited
their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Isom, Friday.
guests and gave a very interesting
Gets Under Way
More than 350,000 workers thru-
out the state are being given an op
portunity this week to list their
skills in 370 essential defense occu
In appeals made through repre
sentative committees in fifty com
munities, the Board for the Mobil
ization of Labor is urging that no
eligible person be missed. About
15,000 employers are cooperating by
keeping individual work-sheets for
use in case of a defense production
emergency in this area.
Early returns from the census,
forms for which were mailed out
last week, indicate that many thou
sand skilled men will be found.
Tabulations will be entered soon,
according to Leon S. Davis of Hills
boro, who has been placed in active
charge of the survey under Director
L. C. Stoll.
"After looking oyer the returns,
believe that in nearly every in
stance employers are making a
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skilled workers," said Mr. Davis,
however, I urge that reports should
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