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Thursday, May 15, 1941
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Don Case was visiting friends and i
relatives in this city Sunday and
Monday, coming over from Hermis
ton where he has started a taxi ser
vice. A former Heppner boy, Don
was located at Spokane for several
years, and more recently resided at
Mrs. Frank S. Parker spent the
week end in La Grande with her
daughter, Miss Kathryn. Mrs. L. G.
Atherton, who had spent a month
here visiting, accompanied her that
far on her way home to Vale.
Mrs. Blaine Carney and daughter
of Portland are visiting at the home
of Mrs. Carney's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William Driscoll, having ar
rived a week ago. ,
Mrs. Don Low of Portland is vis
Hint? at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs Hugh Smith., Mr. and
Mrs. Smith driving to Arlington
Saturday to meet her.
Karl F. Bracher. Portland sales
man and former Cottage Grove bus
iness man, was a business caller in
the city Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. George McDuffee
were visiting in this city the first
of .the week from their home at
W. H. French passed though town
this morning from his Blue Moun
tain farm on his way to Idaho with
a load of mules for sale.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Aarvig are
leaving Heppner soon to make their
home at Vallejo, Cal.
Mrs. Ada Cason departed recently
for an extended visit at Seattle and
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Tom HoweD
at their home in this city, May 9,
a son, Thomas John.
Martin Clark went to Grants Pass
Tuesday to bring his wife and baby
home. They had been visiting her
Barents. Mr. and Mrs. Pruitt Mrs
Bertha Johnson accompanied Mr.
Clark as far as Cottage Grove and
visited with Mrs. Mary Johnson and
children. They returned home Friday.
A nleasant Mother's day was spent
with Mrs. B. F. Swggart Sunday at
her home in the Swaggart buttes
bv Mr. and Mrs. John Myers, Col.
and Mrs. Dickens, Mr. and Mrs. C.
S. Wheeler and Mr. and Mrs. R. M
Sybil Howell spent the week end
at home from her studies at a Port
land business college.
A social meeting of the Rebekahs
will be held tomorrow at I O. O. F.
Richard Peterson was transacting
business in the city Monday from
the farm in the Monument section.
Miss Ruth Colleary who taught
the past year at Duncan is visiting
her aunt, Mrs Agnes Curran.
Irrigon Schools Active
As Closing Nears
By MRS. W. C. ISOM
TVmvioc Cork of Redmond visited
his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. lsom, several u-y. .
The seventh and eighth graders mger Shed
Seed Growers Seek
To Organize May 24
Organization of an "Oregon Seed
Growers league" will be undertaken
at a state-wide meeting canea at
Oregon State college Saturday, May
24 The state meeting is the out-
rnwiuVi nf two Dreliminary meetings
of representative seed growers who
are Hne to create an organiza-
. - r
ich will orovide a voice ior
vo Orf?on seed industry such as
the Eastern Oregon Wheat league,
Oregon Dairymens association,
anA n,Vipr such commodity groups
provide for farmers engaged in those
. . . . j
Anyone engaged or interested m
the production of seed in the state
is invited to attend tne urvams
meeting, according to Glenn Ritchey
of Forest Grove, who has been serv
ing as temporary chairman of an
organization committee. Other mem
bers consist of A. T. Jerndstedt,
Carlton; J. H. Hafland, Rickreall;
Raymond Johnson, Eugene; Henry
Zorn, Astoria, and Gerald Worft-
.,, . i Wi, r Walla
will travel via auuuui
Walla Thursday for a day's outing.
The lower grades will have a pic
nic on the school grounds Thursday.
Their parents are invited.
The high school students wm
spend the day at Bingham Springs
and attend a show at Pendleton m
A number from here attended the
fellowship meeting at Spray Wed-
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fagerstrom
are staying at the home ot re
RioWo for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. James Arnberg mo-
Plint Rock Sunday
. The seniors and juniors of Irrigon
high motored to Pendleton Monday
evenii.g where tne
honorary guests at 'a banquet spon
sored by the juniors.
Charles Markham and Warren
McCoy spent Saturday and Sunday
at La Grande.
nr, Mrs. Walter Gnder and
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Bediwell spent
Sunday at Sunnyside, Wash.
Thp n-iirnose of the organization
as outlined by the committee will
be to promote the production of
seeds for which Oregon is adapted
and provide a medium for joint ef
fort in handling production and har-
vesting problems, standardization ot
1ps and brands, cooperation with
6' - , . , ,
other agencies, and support or siaxe
or national legislation that may be
needed from time to time.
Has May Program
By MRS. CLAUD COATS
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Barlow, Mrs.
Albert Schunk, Mr. A. Schunk and
Alvin Barlow were calling at the
J. F. Barlow home Tuesday. The
party had been shopping in Pendleton.
Stanley Partlow arrived home
from Fort Lewis last week to spend
a few days with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Partlow, and brothers.
Mrs. C. C. W. Kruse and daugh
ter, Mrs. Cecile Cooley arrived from
Newberg Friday to spend a week at
the Frank Jones home. Mrs. Kruse
is the mother of Mrs. Jones and
formerly resided on the project.
Crvstal and Chloe Barlow were
pleased to have the former's mother,
Mrs. O. T. Ferguson of Gold Beach
arrive Friday to spend a week vis
iting. Mrs. Ferguson and Mrs. Bar
low motored to Heppner Friday on
business and shopping.
Fridav afternoon the Boardman
grade school had their May day pro
gram. The program consisted of
crowning the king and queen, sing
ing, and the Maypole dance. Frances
Skoubo was crowned queen and
Clavton Allen was crowned king.
Miss Hanbv. the third and fourth
grade teacher, was in charge of the .
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barlow and
daughter Carma, Mrs. Leo Root and
Mrs. W. H. Mefford motored to
Wapato, Wash., for the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. Alva Mefford.
The Barlows and Mrs. Root re
turned home Sunday and Mrs. Mef
ford went on to Tacoma to visit
a daughter, Mrs Erbie Ide.
Miss La Verne Baker spent the
week end at the home of her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Baker.
She is teaching in the Vale school.
Word was received here of the
transfer of Lt. Erble Ide from Fort
Lewis to Georgia. He with Mrs
Ide will leave Tacoma Tuesday. Mrs.
Trie will be remembered as Miss
Evelyn Mefford and formerly resid
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Macomber en
tertained at a lovely dinner at their
home Sunday. Those present were
their daughter and family of Lex
ington, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Pet
tevs. and Mrs. Mary Phifer of Pen
dleton, mother of Mr. Petteys, also
Mr. and Mrs J. M. Gilbert, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Matthews, Mrs. L. C. Ma
thews and son Jimmy, and Mrs. Mc-
Reynolds, all of Pilot Rock. Mrs.
McReynolds is the mother of Mrs.
VEWS OF HEPPNER
Business opportunity for respon
sible party involving Morrow coun
ty for leading national line of cars
and trucks. Very little investment
required. Inquire Gazette Times.
By DARREL GLASGOW
Chaplin Swinburn of Texas was a
guest at last Monday's meeting. He
cctoc that he would be glad to help
anv Scout advance. He promised to
be at Scout camp and liven it with
stories (it's marvelous how he can
toll themH. and especially with
something he calls "The Mad Bear,"
which no good Scout should miss.
Any Scout who wants may leave this
TVirlav right after school lor a two
night camp, and hunt for summer
camp grounds. Find out trom bcout
Be sure to be at meeting next
I Will be prepared to sharpen
lawnmowers by factory meth- i
od in short time.
1 N. D. BAILEY
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Good used standard Underwood
typewriter, elite type, may be seen
at this office. A bargain.
V. R. RUNNION
Phone 452 Heppner, Oregon
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seeds, salt, cement, shingles,
seed potatoes, alfalfa seed, and
many other materials.
We have chick starter mash
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and scratch, broiler mash, lay
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always use them.
Cloy Dykstra Heppner
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NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
Notice is hereby given that Crys
tal Barlow, administratrix of the es
tate of Guy L. Barlow, deceased,
l-. finnl account of her
nas mew -administration
of said estate, with
the County Court of Morrow County,
ru. onI oaid Court has fixed
Monday, June 16th, 1941, at the hour
of 10 00 in the forenoon of said day
as the time and the County Court
rnnrt. House in Mor-
row County, Oregon as the place for
nnd final settlement ot
lu, aM final account. All persons
having objections to the said teal
account must lue tne same wiui
Court on or before the said date
Dated and first published this 15th
day of May, 1941.
Administratrix of the estate
of Guy L. Barlow, deceased.
To Aid Nutrition
Hountv committees to help fur
v, cause of nutrition as an
aid to national defense as well as
the general welfare will be organ
ized soon throughout tne state as
result of action taken by the recently
organized state nutrition committee
for defense. This committee, xmmu
a h.v Ava B. Milam, dean of the
school of home economics at Oregon
cQo lWe. is Dart of the nation
wide movement to work for better
nutrition during the national emer
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A state subcommittee appoint
,.amr out the county organiza
tion work is made up of representa
tives of three organizations already
in this field They are Mrs.
CV. VA. T -
Azalea Sager, state home demon-
tration leader, chairman; Mrs. uara
Thompson, state home economics
leader for the Farm Security ad
ministration, and Mrs. Laura Wells,
consultant in nutrition for the state
board of health, Portland.
TV committee will also undertake
to expand the school lunch pro
gram throughout the state, which is
now reaching only, iy percent oi
Oregon's schools, according to the
report of a subcommittee headed
by Mrs Mabel Mack, extension nu
tritionist. Only 12 percent or tne
rwcwm schools are making use of
the surplus food products made
available by the federal government
4-H Club Writers Win
In State Radio Contest
Eunice Timm. 4-H club member of
Yamhill county, has won the annual
state-wide radio nlavwriting contest
sponsored by station KOAC. Her
nlav entitled "Helpful Peggy," as
well as other top winners, will be
the annual 4-H
club summer session, to be held on
the state college campus June 9 to
Miss Timm also won first place m
the county contest. Other state win
ners were Ronald Zahler, Washing
ton cmintv. with "Turkeys Will
Talk"; Ada Wright, Yamhill county,
with "Practice Makes Perfect"; and
Moya Riley, Hood River county,
"Turnabout Is Fair Play." Other
state prizes went to Pat Rawe, Coos
county; Dorothy Wmberg, uacKa-
mas: Olive Warmington, Yamhill,
and Lorraine Filliger, Clatsop.
PILOT TRAINING CONTINUES
Oregon State College Applica
tions for enrollment in a summer
school in pilot training here are be
ing accented bv B. F. Ruffner, di
rector of civilian pilot training work
at Oregon State. While the tAA
has not announced definitely that
the program will be carried on thru
the summer, a continuation is ex
pected, hence applications are be
ing taken now on a provisional ba
sis. They may be mailed to Kullner
in care of the college at Corvallis.
CARD OF THANKS
Words fail to express our appre
ciation for the words of sympathy,
acts of kindness and beautiful flow
ers given at the time of our be
Chas. B. Cox, T. C. Burroughs,
Bert H. Burroughs and family.
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