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Thursday, March 20, 1941
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Mr. and Mrs. John Darst of Cor
vallis and Clifford Carlson, student
at University of Oregon, Eugene,
were visiting at the home of the
parents of Mrs. Darst and Clifford,
this week. Mr. and Mrs. Darst re
mained only for the week end while
Clifford will leave Sunday to begin
the spring term's work at the uni
versity. Rev. Sterl D. Spiesz left Monday
for a business meeting with presby
ters of Assembly of God for three
days at Salem, and while gone will
visit his mother at Dayton, and oth
er relatives at Newberg. He will be
back for Sunday services.
Don Turner is spending spring
vacation from his studies at Uni
versity of Oregon recuperating from
a tonsilectomy which he underwent
Monday afternoon. He is making
good progress toward recovery.
PINE CITY NEWS
By BERNICE WATTENBURGER
Pine City Ladies club met with
Mrs. Jasper Myers last Thursday for
an all-day meeting and pot luck
lunch. The day was spent sewing
for Mrs. Russell Moore and as guest
of honor she was presented with
many lovely baby gifts. Those pre
sent were Mrs. J. R. Stuber, Pauline
Hughes, Marjorie Hughes, Bertha
Ayers, Bernice Wattenburger, Elva
Winters, Bernice Mathers, Helen
Currin, Louise Barnes, Nora Neill,
Leona Instone, Faye Finch, Mar
garet McGreer, Jackie DeBaard,
Patty Daly, Marion Brosnan, Mrs.
Dan Lindsay, Anna Healy, Mrs. John
Brosnan, Mrs. Frank Saling, Emma
Billbrock, Laura McCarty, Mary E.
Foley, Johanna Rauch, Mrs. Charles
Bartholomew and the hostess, Lila
- Mrs. Ollie Neill and daughter Ne
va spent the week end with Mr.
pad Mrs. E. B. Wattenburger.
'U Ray Ayers who attends high school
m Heppner spent the week end with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton
Ayers. . .-'
. Guy Moore, son of "Mrs. Roy Neill,
and August Ruch, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Rauch, are spending
spring vacation with their parents.
They attend Oregon State -college.
Pendleton callers from Pine City
Saturday included Mr. and Mrs. E.
B. Wattenburger, Mr. and Mrs. A.
E. Wattenburger and Mrs. Ollie Ne
ill. Mrs. Reid Buseick and son John
ny who had spent the past week
with her parents returned to her
home in Long Creek Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Foley spent Sun
day visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tuckfield of
Redmond spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McGreer. They
attended the St. Patrick's dance in
Mr. and Mrs. Clay DeBerd and
Duke Schiller, Mr. and Mrs. Russell
Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Barnes
were Sunday callers at the E. B.
Mr. and Mrs. John Healy and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Daly
and family attended the St. Patrick's
dance in Heppner Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ayers and
family spent Sunday at Mottinger,
Mrs. Jerry Brosnan and family,
Mrs. John Brosnan and Mrs. Percy
Hughes, and Mrs. George Currin
and family spent Sunday visiting
Mrs. Hugh Currin.
A. E. Wattenburger and Tony Vey
have purchased new automobiles
Burton Barnes purchased a new
pick-up this week.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McGreer and
guests, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tuckfield,
went to Pendleton Monday morn
ing. Mr. McGreer returned to
Lakeview via Redmond in the af
ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Finch and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ayers
and family and Mr. Westermeyer
and Hazel Ritchie went to Heppner
Charles Bartholomew shipped a
truck load of cattle to Portland Sat
Homer T. Watts of Athena and C.
C. Proebstel of Pendleton were at
torneys from Umatilla county in the
city yesterday on business in cir
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith of Con
don were Saturday guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Lamont Slo
cum. Mr. Smith is fireman on the
Condon railroad branch.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Aumun of Kin
zua were among out-of-town visit
ors here Saturday night for the St.
Mr. and- Mrs. Pat Sullavan and
party from Pendleton took in the St.
Patrick's dance here Saturday eve
ning. Dean R. Sprinkel who was called
here by the death of his nephew,
Jack Dean Scott, returned to his
work at Seattle, Thursday.
Cecil Spaulding of Condon was a
visitor here Saturday evening for
the St. Patrick's dance.
Few Fishing Changes
Result From New Law
Few changes in fishing regula
tions were made by the Oregon
State Game commission under new
powers granted under provisions of
Senate Bill No. 147, passed in the
recent session of the legislature and
signed by Governor Charles A.
In fact, no alterations were made
in closures or openings of streams
affected at the February meeting
of the commission. , ', ; ,
The principal action of the com
mission was the designation of dead
lines, above which angling will not
be permitted in. the high reaches of
coastal streams. This restriction af
fects the Nehalem, Salmon, Necani
cum, Umpqua and Nestucca rivers
and Rock creek, and will be in ef
fect until June 1. This will pro
vide sanctuaries in which fish may
spawn and hatch and was consider
ed vital to conservation of fish, par
ticularly in the case of the steel
head trout. ... - ;
An open season for steelhead trout
from May 3 to November 1, both
dates inclusive, was established in
Burnt river; Owyhee river and Mai
heur river. V
An all-year open season for game
fish over ten inches long, including
cutthroat and rainbow trout and
both steelhead and salmon, when
under 15 inches in length, was or
dered in that portion of all coastal
streams above the head of tidewater,
The bag limit for these streams
between October 16 and April 11,
both dates inclusive, is three such
fish in any one day but not more
than 6 such fish in any 7 consecu
COLLEGE STUDENTS HOME
Among college students home for
spring vacation from various schools
are Jimmy Farley, Frank Anderson,
Billy McCaleb, Harriet Hager, Betty
Happold and Billy Barratt from O.
S. C, Don Jones, Don Turner, Bob
Scrivner, Frances and Paul McCar
ty from University of Oregon, Kath
ryn Parker from E. O. C. K and
Scott McMurdo from Portland.
NOTICE OF SALE OF COUNTY
By virtue of an ORDER OF THE
COUNTY COURT, dated March 17,
1941, I am authorized and directed
to advertise and sell at public auc
tion at not 'less than the minimum
price herein set forth:
SW14 of Section 9, Township
1 North, Range 25, E. W. M. for
,. the minimum price of $1.00 per
acre; 20 pet. down and balance
WNEy4, SEI4NE14 of Sec
tion 13,. Township 4 South,
Range 24 E. W. M. for the min
imum price of $1.00 per acre;
20 pet. down and balance on
THEREFORE, I will on the 19th
day of April, 1941, at the hour of
2:00 P. M., at the front door of the
Court House in Heppner, Oregon,
sell said property to the highest
and best bidder. 4
C. J. D. BAUMAN, Sheriff,
Morrow County, Oregon.
Full Teaching Corps
By MRS. CLAUD COATS
The full force of teachers in the
Boardman schools was retained at a
meeting of the school board last
week. They are, high shool, Supt.
George A. Corwin, Coach Joe Enz
ler; English, Miss Denise Peyralans;
agriculture, Elmer Lierman; grades,
Myrthena Martin, 1 and 2; Florence
Hanby, 3 and 4, Maude Kobow, 5
and 6; Lawtan Hamblin, 7 and 8.
Glen Hadley arrived home this
week from sheep shearing in Idaho.
Mrs. Ed Barlow and Carma, Mrs.
Dan Ransier, Mrs. Claud Coats and
daughter Echo motored to Pendleton
Wednesday, from where Echo left
for Washington, D. C, to become
the bride of Glen Mallary who is
employed in the war department.
The wedding took place Saturday,
March 15, at 8:30 p. m.
Crystal Barlow and Mrs. Robert
Berger were transacting business in
the county seat Thursday.
The H. E. club had another one
of their pinochle parties Thursday.
High scores were won by R. B.
Rands and Mrs. O. E. Merritt, low
by Clyde Tannehill and Mrs. L. Zit-
County Agent Conrad was calling
on the project Friday of last week.
Greenfield grange social commit
tee is giving another dance Satur
day, March 22, with music by Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Brown.
H. E. club will meet at Mrs. Mc
Farland's home Wednesday, March
26. Pot luck dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Vernon Root of Ar
lington spent Sunday with the for
mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Macomber mo
tored to Lexington Sunday to see
their .daughter and family, Mr. and
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PATTERSON & SON
Outdoor action with Hopalong
Cassidy and his pals.
A NIGHT AT
with Ken Murray, Rose Hobwrt,
J. Carroll Naish
with Clark Gable, Hedy Lamarr,
They met on a streetcar and honey
mooned in a tank! It's a riot.
TUESDAY Bargain Night
Adults 20c; 2 Children 10c
RIDE, KELLY, RIDE
An unusual racetrack comedy-drama
with Eugene Pallctte, Rita
Quiglcy, Harvin Stephens,
W Somerset Maugham's great drama
with Bette Davis, Herbert Marshall,
Mrs. Gilbert Petteys.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Marlow and son
and Darrell Hadlev of Pendleton
were visiting at the Dan Ransier
home. Mrs. Frank Hadley also ac
companied them and spent the day
at the Frank Cramer home. Mrs.
Hadley and Darrell were former
residents of the project.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Gillespie and
sons Donald and Lynn and Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Bar-low transacted busi
ness in the county seat Monday.
They called at the Dan Barlow home
in the Eightmile country on their
Can you beat this? Russell Miller,
local farmer, had a sow who far
rowed a litter of ten pigs and all
were saved. These ten pigs were
grain and milk fed and at the age
of 160 days the ten were ready for
market, weighing 2210 pounds, an
average 5 months, 10 days old
weight each of 221 pounds.
Ralph Skoubo, freshman at O. S.
C, is spending the spring vacation
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.
Skoubo. He arrived home Friday.
WILSON AMONG SCORERS
Ted Wilson of Boardman was
among high scorers on the varsity
basketball squad at Eastern Oregon
College of Education in the season
just closed, announces a college bul
letin. Wilson scored 151 points.
Coach Bob Quinn's squad won 23
games and lost 6 in the season's play.
CONTRACT BRIDGE LESSONS
By SAM GORDON - "The Kibitzer" .
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and quickest way to learn bridge.
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NEWS OF HEPPNER
By DARREL GLASGOW
The Panther patrol is leading the
patrol contest with 355 points. Next
comes the Flaming Arrow patrol
with 160 points, then the Hyenas
with 105 points, and trailing are the
Flying Eagle patrol with 10 points.
The attendance at the last meet
ing was very poor. There is no rea
son for this. Come on, Scouts, come
to life, or at least attend meetings!
G-T want ads get results.
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