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Thursday, March 13, 1941
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Belanger
are nicely located in their new home
at Pendleton, having completed
moving operations from their for
mer home at Moro. Mr. Belanger,
former Morrow county agent, is now
research agent with federal depart
ments conducting soil conservation
Henry Baker, in the city today
on business from the Gooseberry
district, reported that his son Merle
had just received advancement to
assistant leader in his work at the
' Lockheed airplane factory in Los
Angeles. Merle went to Los Angeles
a year ago to enter aviation school.
R. A. Thompson returned home
the end of the week from Portland
where he underwent specialized ob
servation for his health. He was
down town yesterday for the first
time and receiving felicitations of
his many friends.
Mrs. Chas. B. Cox underwent a
major operation in Portland on Tu
esday, and Mr. Cox has been with
her there since the end of the week.
She is at the Good Samaritan hos
pital. Her condition is reported as
Dr. J. P. Stewart, Eye-Sight Spe
cialist of Pendleton will be at the
HEPPNER HOTEL on WEDNES
DAY, MARCH 19th.
Clyde Kiddle, state supervisor of
the AAA insurance program, was a
business visitor in the city Monday
Omer McCaleb went to Corvallis
this week to visit his brother, Billy,
a student at Oregon State college.
Louis Bergevin and Orville Cuts
forth were two Morrow county far
mers who attended an auction sale
of purebred cattle at Walla Walla
last Saturday. Both reported mak
ing purchases, when in town Mon
day. Paul Phelan arrived Sunday for a
visit at the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. D. P.- Phelan, being on a
two weeks' furlough from service in
the navy. Paul is assigned to Uncle
Sam's airplane carrier, the Saratoga.
Winter Term Ends;
Third Starts 24th
Oregon State College The third
or spring term here will open Mon
day, March 24, after a spring vaca
tion which starts March 15. The
winter term equalled the largest in
history so far as attendance was
concerned, and by a queer coinci
dence, the latest report of the regis
trar showed exacty the same num
ber enrolled 4544 as for the win
ter term in 1940
Some new courses have been an
nounced for the spring term, but no
important changes are scheduled.
One new course in history will deal
with the history of the Pacific ocean
area, which is now looming so im
portant in world events. It will be
given as a service course for stu
dents majoring in any school.
As in previous years, it is ex
pected that a number of students
will enroll for the spring term who
will be starting for the first time
this year. Those who graduate from
high school at the end of the first
semester frequently start their col
lege course in the spring term.
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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC TICKETS NOW ON SALE
Echo Coats to Wed
In National Capital
By MRS. CLAUD COATS
Miss Echo Coats, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Claud Coats, left Wednes
day- for Washngiton, D. C, where
she will become the bride of Glen
Mallery who is employed in the war
department. Mr. Mallery was com
mercial teacher and coach in the
Boardman high school for the last
two and one-half years, leaving Feb.
8 for Washington. Miss Coats was
graduated from the Boardman high
school last spring.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Root moved
from the postoffice building to their
new home Tuesday.
Donald Tannehill came home this
week from relieving at Fairview and
Troutdale. He is employed with the
Friends will be glad to know that
Mr. Ekker who has been in the
Hermiston hospital with pneumonia
is home and much improved. ,
Kenneth Bleakman and family of
Hardman have moved into the Atte
berry home recently vacated by the
Ed Barlow family. The Barlows
have purchased the Chas. Goodwin
property down town and have tak
en possession. Mr. Bleakman is em
ployed on the new road work here.
Florence Root and Mrs. Ed Bar
low were pleased to have their bro
ther, Arthur Mefford and family,
visit them Tuesday and Wednesday
of last week. The former were on
their way from Lebanon to New
York state to make their future
home, and where they resided pre
vious to coming to Oregon a few
Clyde Thomas, cousin of Mrs. Ed
Souders, spent Thursday and Friday
i at the Souders home. Mr. Thomas
was returning from a five months'
visit in the eastern states to his
home in Richmond, Ore.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Miller were
shopping in Pendleton last Thurs
day. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berger, Mrs.
Chas. Dillon and Miss Myrthena
Martin spent the week end at Mad
ras with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon of Arlington
visited the former's parents Friday
La Verne Baker, teacher in the
Vale school, spent the week end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Maeomber and
family of Hennner snent the week
end on the project visiting with rel
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Petteys of
Lexington visited Mrs. Pettey's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Nate Maeomber,
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Herman of
Pendleton spent the week end with
Mrs. Herman's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Brandon were
transacting business in Portland
Wednesday and Thursday of last
Final round in the 60-game bowling
tournament that has been drawing live
ly interest at the alleys ends tomorrow.
A new schedule of play is now being
drawn up and if you wish to play, get In
touch with us immediately.
BOWLING IS A LOT OF FUN
-and it's good exercise too. You'll enjoy
the sociability of the crowd, the clean
zest of competition. . . If you haven't
bowled before, come in and we'll help
Heppner Bowling Alley
GIVE US WINGS
with the "Dead End Kids," Wallace
Ford, Victor Jory, Shemp Howard
Story of a group of boys whose pri
mary ambition is to pilot planes.
with Dick Powell, Ellen Drew,
Grand humorous entertainment.
SANTA FE TRAIL
w. Errol Flynit, Olivia Dellavilland,
Raymond Massey, Ronald Reagan,
Iron rails to Kansas iron nerves
from there on!
London Can Take It
TUESDAY Bargain Might
Adults 20c; 2 Children 10c
with Jean Hersholt, Edgar Kennedy,
Dr. Christian comedy.
with John Wayne, Thomas Mitchell,
Ian Hunter, Barry Fitzgerald
Eugene O'Neill's surging drama of
the sea. A great motion picture.
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The Patrol contest stands "as was",
with the Panthers leading and the
Hyenas, Flaming Arrows, and Eagles
trailing in that order.
In the absence of Scoutmaster
Clark, Committeeman Cummings
conducted the last meeting.
The patrol contest has been suc
cessful in livening patrol and troop
spirit. The Scouts are once again
busy planning hikes, patrol dens,
Carl Troedson was in town Tues
day from the farm north of lone.
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change over your car from a winter to a warm
weather driving condition ... get proper oil
and greases put in now. Bring it into Ferguson's
for a complete job. Give your car a chance to
do its best by using proper oil and greases.
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