Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, February 27, 1941, Page Page Five, Image 5

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    Thursday, February 27, 1941
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Page Five
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Gaily of Pen
dleton were in the city Saturday
evening to attend the Elks ball.
Ladies of the Christian church are
giving a Friendship luncheon, be
ginning at 1:30 Saturday afternoon,
March 8, in the church parlors. The
public is invited, and anyone wish
ing reservations may call Mrs. E. R.
Huston, Main 52. The charge will
be 25c the plate.
f Will M. Peterson, attorney and
democrat leader of Umatilla county,
-was in the city from Pendleton
'Tuesday, accompanied by Fred Fal
coner, large land owner in both
Umatilla and Morrow counties.
E. C. Olson and son, Jack, and
Faye Hodges of Pendleton were
business visitors in the city Monday.
Published by the Students of
Heppner High School
On February 15, the Heppner high
. school band sponsored a dance to
help raise money for new uniforms
The net profit on this dance was
$79.50. As can readily be seen, this
is not a sufficient amount to buy
uniforms. As time goes on, how
ever, and our funds increase, you
can be assured of seeing the band
marching up the street all togged
out in new military uniforms, a
flashy school band you will be proud
In behalf of Mr. Buhman, our di
rector, and the band, may this op
portunity be taken to thank each
and every one of you for the sup
port that you are giving the band
in this campaign. We are especially
grateful to the Elks lodge, who, as
usual, is supporting the band one
hundred percent. Thank you.
Lowell Ashbaugh, Band Presi.
Frances Wilkinson went to Fossil
on Saturday,-Feb. 22, to visit her
grandfather. She was accompanied
by Jean Hays, Mary Kay Blake, and
Mary Eleanor Florence. From Fos
sil they went to Arlington to the
A large percentage of the student
body and faculty attended the bas
ketball tournament at Arlington.
On Tuesday, March 4, the seniors
will carry on an old tradition by
dressing in weird and funny cos
tumes. This custom has been re
tained for many years.
On Wednesday, March 5, the B.
P. W. club will give an amateur
night at the local theater. Those
taking part in it get to see the show
The local FFA annual speech con
test was given in front of the as
sembly last Monday afternoon.
These speeches were to determine
the individual who is to represent
the local chapter at the sectional
meet. James Kenny, who spoke on
"Tennant Farming in the United
States," was the winner and is to
be the representative next March
28. James, the president of the local
chapter, will also receive six dollars
' from the local bank. Second place
and a prize of three dollars will go
to Dick Edmondson, and third prize
of one dollar to Jim Barratt. Other
contestants were Hugh McLaughlin
and Ralph Taylor. Mr. Bennett had
a selected committee consisting of
Mr. Peavy, Mr. Knox and Mr. Wil
son of the soil conservation service.
He asked questions after each
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Farley, Jr., Carl
Anderson and Frank Monahan were
among Condon folk in the city Sat
urday for the annual party of the
local Elks lodge.
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Becket of wal
lowa visited relatives and friends
here over the week end.
Bruce Gibb spent the week end
here with his family from Key Port,
Wash., where he has a position as
machinist with Uncle Sam in the
manufacture of torpedoes.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bur
benbine in this city Sunday, Feb. 23,
Arthur LeRoy.
Mrs. Glen Jones returned from
Portland the latter part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Barton Clark and
young son spent the week end at
the Ray Wright home.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Long from
Portland visited at the Caroline
Bergstrom home over the week end.
Frank Anderson spent the week
end at his home here from Corvallis
where he is a student at Oregon
State college.
The Volby Lutheran Missionary
society will meet Sunday at the
Oscar Peterson home.
A 4-H club in home making was
again organized at the home of Mrs.
Leonard Carlson, the leader Mrs.
Lucy E. Rodgers was present at the
meeting and new officers were el
ected: President, Eunice Peterson;
vice-president, Carolyn Bergstrom;
secretary, Kathryn Burns; program
committee, Mildred Carlson.
STAR Reporter
The Invisible Woman
with Virginia Bruce, John Howard,
John Barrymorc, Charlie Ruggles
A comedy crammed with every type
of humor.
with John Garfield, Brenda Mar
shall, Marjorie Rambcau
The Philadelphia Story
with Gary Grant, James Stewart.
Katharine Hepburn, Ruth Husscy,
John Howard, Roland Young, Vir
ginia Weidler
One of the greatest pieces of comedy
entertainment you'll see in all of
TUESDAY Bargain Night
Adults 20c; 2 Children 10c
Six Lessons From
Madame La Zonga
Lupe Valez, Leon Errol, William
Frawlcy in a comedy with music.
. Plus
The Case of The
Black Parrot
Mystery story with William Lundi
gan, Eddie Foy, Jr.
(in technicolor)
with Jeanette MacDonald, Nelson
Eddy, George Sanders, Ian Hunter,
Felix Bressart, Diana Lewis
Crowded with romance and melody.
Special: The Wednesday showing of
this program will be sponsored by
the B. & P. W. club, members of
which will present a stage enter
tainment. Wednesday only.
New Irrigon Road
Drawing Much Travel
The road from Irrigon south
which was opened recently and
made accessible by the building of
a bridge across the canal is in fine
shape and is accommodating con
siderable travel. The road is being
used to transport the surveyors to
the munitions dump daily.
Grandpa Browning has een quite
ill the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Slaughter en
tertained a number of guests at a
card party at their home Friday
Glen Poulson, son of Mrs. Fred
Doll, of Yakima, has been quite
seriously ill with pneumonia, at the
home of his aunt, Mrs. Carl Knigh
ten. He is improving. His mother
is with him.
The Ladies Aid members met with
Mrs. Kinchlo, Thursday.
Roscoe Williams was a business
visitor here Monday.
Mrs. Tom Caldwell left for Neb
raska Saturday to visit relatives.
Mrs. Elroy Lamoreaux and son
Eugene were callers at" the W. C.
Isom home Wednesday.
Mrs. Carl Alquist from Vale is
visiting relatives and friends here
and holding services several eve
nings at the Pentecostal church.
Minnie Furlong has returned to
Portland after spending a week
with her daughter, Mrs. Dale Brown.
21. On what occasions should the
Flag be displayed in all states and
territories of the United States?
22. Describe in detail the proper
way to raise and lower the Flag.
23. How is the Flag of the United
States carried: (a) In a procession
with another flag? (b) In a proces
sion with a line of flags?
24. What is the position of the Flag
of the United States when displayed
with another flag against a wall,
staffs crossed?
25. What is the position of the Flag
of the United States in a group of
flags of states or cities or pennants
of societies, displayed from staffs?
26. What is the position of the Flag
of the United States when flown on
the same halyard with flags of
states or cities or pennants of so
cieties? Is there ever an exception
to this rule?
27. When flown with flags of other
nations, what are the requirements
regarding the height of all staffs
and the size of the flags?
28. What does international usage
forbid regarding the display of flags
of different nations in time of peace?
29. What is'the position of the blue
field when the Flag is flown from a
staff projecting horizontally or at
an angle from the window sill, bal
cony, or from a building?
30. What is the position of the blue
field when the flag is displayed ei
ther horizontally or vertically
against a wall in a show window or
16 Counties Reduce
Fatal Accident Toll
Sixteen Oregon counties reduced
their fatal accident toll during the
year 1940, as compared to the 1939
toll, it was announced today at the
office of Earl Snell, secretary of
Outstanding in reduction of fatal
ities were Yamhill county, which
reported but six fatalities last year
compared to 16 the year before, and
Lincoln which showed a reduction
of from 10 in 1939 to five in 1940.
Counties which went through the
entire year without fatalities were
Crook, Gilliam, Jefferson, Morrow,
Sherman and Wallowa.
To buy, sell or trade, use the G-T
Want Ads and get best results.
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Clark are vis
iting this week at the Claud Huston
farm. The Clarks now make their
home at Redmond.
Stock Ranches
Wheat Ranches
Creek Ranches
See My Listings
V. R. Runnion
Heppner, Ore.
At place formely known as Lewis Ranch, 20 Miles S.W. of Her
miston, Vi mile South of State Highway, between Lexington
and Echo, 2 miles S.W. of Butte r Creek Crossing.
Beginning at 10 o'clock A. M.
1 International Diesel Tractor
TD 40, used 18 months
1 20-ft. John Deere Combine,
1937 model
2 6-ft. 26-in. John Deere Disc
Plows, with hitch
1 No. 7 International Com
bine 1 1 Section Spring Tooth, with
2 Double Discs
1 12-ft. Killifer
1 3-bottom John Deere, 10-in.
1 P&O 3-bottom Horse Plow,
14 inch
1 14-inch Walking Plow
2 International Disc Drills, 7
inch, 18 hoes
1 Superior Drill, hoes and disc,
7 inch, 18 hoes
1 Superior Hoe Drill, 7 in. 16
1 Superior Disc Drill, 7 in., 16
20 Sections Harrow
1 Van Brunt Hoe Drill, 7 inch,
18 hoes
3 Campbell Packers
3 Harrow Carts
3 Heavy Duty Cheney Weed
ers, with hitch
2 1 Vi h.p. International Gas
1 3 h.p. Gas Engine
4 Wagons with hay racks
3 Sets Harness and number
good collars, 2 sets Yankee
britching; all kinds of horse
2 Pump Jacks
1 12-ft. McCormick Header
1 Feed Grinder
3 Grain Elevators for bulk gra
, neries
Diesel Oil Barrels
Galvanixed Barrels for Gaso
ine 2 Gas Pumps with hose
Other articles too numerous to
Auctioneer, D. C. SANDY KEITH