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Thursday, February 6, 1941
Heppner Gazette Times; Heppner, Oregon
Artesian Well at
By MARGARET SCOTT
A. M. Edwards recently completed
an artesian well at Boardman for
A. E. McFarland at a depth of 108
feet. This is the second , artesian
well he has drilled for Mr. McFar
land. Mr. Edwards is now moving
the machine to Hardman to drill a
well for the union high school.
A group of local Rebekahs attend
ed a meeting in lone Thursday eve
ning. Mrs. John Miller entertained a
group of friends with a party at her
home Friday evening honoring Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Steagall are
the parents of a nine pound daugh
ter born February first at the Corda
Saling home in Heppner. She has
been named Barbara Kay.
Dorothy Peck returned home
Monday from the hospital in Port
Douglas Gibson is convalescing in
a Pendleton hospital from an ap
A. M. Edwards and daughter Ed
ith were visitors in Hardman Sun
day. The Christian Endeavor held their
CE birthday party Friday evening
at the Congregational church. Games
were played under the direction of
Louise Hunt, after which refresh
ments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Miller of Jef
ferson spent several days this week
lone Church By-Laws
By MRS. ELMER GRIFFITH
The by-laws committee met and
has made tentative by-laws for the
cooperative church which it is plan
ned to establish here. Various or
ganized groups are discussing these
by-laws and making suggestions.
They will be voted on next Sunday,
and all interested persons are asked
to be present and cooperate in form
ing this church. The plain is to in
clude members of all churches, and
they and, others interested are asked
to attend Sunday's meeting.
A record crowd attended the bas
ketball game Monday evening be
tween the Morrow County All Stars
and a team of colored women known
as the Chicago Co-Eds. One hundred
and sixty-one cars were parked
around the schoolhouse, and the
crowd numbered five hundred. The
game resulted in a victory for the
home boys, the score being 47-41
in their favor.
The All Star "B" team defeated
the Heppner FFA team, 32-23, in
a preliminary game.
Mrs. O. E. Peterson of Gooseberry
is in Portland having dental work
E. E. Hummel was a visitor in For
est Grove this .week end. He was
accompanied by Gilbert Haller and
Frank Janson. Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Burk also went with them as far
as Portland, where they visited Mr.
Burk's brother and wife, who are
soon to move to Los Angeles.
The Union Missionary society will
meet Thursday of this week. Mrs.
J. E. Swanson is the hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Padberg and
Mrs. Terrel Benge returned Satur
day from Portland where they spent
at the Harry Dinges home.
Edith and Jerrine Edwards, Rae
Cowins and George Tucker attended
a Columbia Union C. E. banquet in
Pendleton Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rice were
Portland visitors last week.
Friends here learned Monday of
the death of Mrs. Addie Copen
haver of Grants Pass. She was a
former Lexington resident.
.Mrs. Sarah Booher has gone to
Heppner to visit her daughter, Mrs.
Mrs. Vera Berry left Sunday to
work on the Wilkinson ranch near
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Munkers have
moved to the Beach ranch to work.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted McDaid are mov
ing to the Valley to make their
Remember the cabaret to be pre
sented Friday, Feb. 7, by the Three
Links club in the Leach hall.
Lexington H. E. C. will meet at
the home of Mrs. 0. W. Cutsforth
Thursday afternoon Feb. 13.
a few days while Mr. Padberg re
ceived treatment, for a refractory
Mrs. Minnie Fan-ens has gone to
Oakland, Cal. She made the trip
with her son, Guy Farrens.
Mr. and Mrs. James Lang and
two children were recent visitors
at the S. C. Salter home. They live
in southern Oregon.
The Women's Topic club will meet
Friday, February 7, at the home of
Mrs. Clyde Denney.
Mrs. Eunice Keithlley, a patient
in the hospital at Heppner, is re
ported to be better, but she will
have to remain in the hospital for
Henry Clark is doing considerable
repair work on the Congregational
Wayne B. Allen of King Valley,
guardian of the heirs of the Ralph
Harris estate, spent the week end
here. He appointed Howard Eu
banks manager of the hotel . and
The infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Seehafer is critically ill
at the Archie Ball home in Hepp
ner. An oxygen tank has been used
as she is suffering from pneumonia.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Blake and Mr.
and Mrs." Hugh Smith spent the
week end at Hebo, fishing for steel -heads.
Mrs. Ida Moore of Portland is
spending a few days at the home of
her brother, W. J. Blake. Mrs. Moore
has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
Wm. Padberg, since the middle of
December, but plans to return home
the last of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ray drove to
Hood River Sunday to visit Mr.
Ray's brother, Roy Ray, who is ser
iously ill. Mrs. Alice Wiles went
with them and went on to Tygh
Valley to visit her daughters, Mrs.
Lester Britten and Mrs. Ned Carr.
Dr. C. C. Chick and Miss Blanche
Bristow of Hood Rier were visitors
The Rebekahs entertained Thurs
day evening for the Rebekahs and
I. O. O. F. and their families with a
get-together at the hall here. A
program, consisting of two numbers
by the sextet of the high school and
Another dress if
yours fades! All
brand new prints
for Spring! De
signed for all-day
to save you mon
a skit by Rebekahs followed by
group games and cards. Those tak
ing part in the skit were George
Ely, the parson; Eva Swanson, the
bride, "just seenteen three times";
John Clark, the ridegroom; Rich
Lundell, the best man, and Bill Clark
and Mrs. Delia Corson, parents of
the bride. Matthew Gordon was the
bridesmaid. The ceremony was
marked by considerably more hilat-
iry than solemnity. At a late hour
a delicious supper was served cafe
teria style. About sixty guests were
present, a number of them from
According to the weather observer
at Morgan there were 1.57 inches of
rain in January, making 8.32 inches
since the first of Setember. This is
more than the average yearly rainfall.
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Mr. and Mrs. Dan Barlow and
Alvin returned the latter part of
the week from Oregon City where
they attended the funeral of Mr.
Mrs. Fred Misener from Fossil
spent the week end at the Charles
Anson Rugg and Clayton Wright
are attending the mechanic's night
school at Heppner.
A good many from the Eightmile
community attended the President's
Birthday ball at Heppner Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Noel Dobyns are vis
iting at Gresham and Olympia, Wn.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Redding
had as their dinner guests Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. . Walter Becket and
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Worden.
A birthday dinner was given for
Carl Bergstrom on Sunday at the
home of Hilma Anderson.
February 14 is our next regular
grange meeting and this will be our
first birthday dinner to be held this
year, honoring the months of Jan
uary, February and March. This
will be pot luck and served prompt
ly at 6:30. The regular session of
grange will follow.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Parker
took Mrs. Parker's mother, Mrs.
Julia Cypert, to Wallula Monday
to take the bus for Tacoma.
Use G-T want ads to dispose of
your surplus stock
After March 1st the price will be double.
$1 for each male and spayed female.
$2 for each female.
AFTER March 1st
$2 for each male and spayed female.
$4 for each female.
C. J.-D. BAUMAN,
Sheriff and Tax Collector.