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Thursday, July 10, 1941
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Mrs. L. E. Bisbee and daughter,
Miss Kathryn, arrived Friday from
Oregon City where Miss Bisbee is
county health rlurse for Clackamas
county. Miss Bisbee is spending
some time here resting in an illness
with which she has been afflicted
Jor some time. Orrin Bisbee is ex
pected from San Francisco for a
visit in the near future.
Oscar Lundell drove to Heppner
from the Willows ranch early yes
terday morning, bringing a hired
man, William Luedtke, for setting a
dislocated shoulder received while
working with a horse. Mr. Lundell
reported Mrs. Lundell some improv
ed from a recent paralytic stroke.
Mr. and Mrs. Jason Biddle, in the
city yesterday, expected to go to
Pendleton today. They recently sold
their Rhea creek ranch and have
since been looking around but have
not decided where they will locate.
Mrs. Biddle's health has been quite
Mrs. A. D. McMurdo drove to
Pendleton the first of the week,
taking Mrs. LaRue, sister of Miss
Mildred Clowry, there to catch the
train for her home in Colorado, af
ter assisting at the Heppner hospital
during Miss dowry's absence.
Mr. and Mrs. James Furlong of
Bremerton, Wash., are visiting here
for a week while Mr. Furlong .s
on vacation from his' work with a
national defense plant at that place.
Mr. Furlong's father, James, Sr., is
Max Schulz was in Portland over
the Fourth, visiting his sisters, Irma
and Evelyn. He was accompanied
below by Ted Andrews, James Moy
er and Mrs. John Skuzeski and son
John. Mrs. Skuzeski remained be
low to visit for a time.
THE WAGONS ROLL
Humphrey Bogart, Sylvia Sidney,
Roaring thrills, dynamic action in J
dramatic story of carnival life.
Mr. and Mrs. Elra Hayes, two
daughters and son, departed Mon
day after visiting for several day a
with relatives and attending the
Hayes family reunion on the Fourth.
They will visit at Spokane and Se
attle before returning to their home
at Los Angeles where Mr. Hayes is
employed on the railroad. While ii
the city, "Mugs," as he was known
in the good old days, looked up
many of his old-time friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tachell
fMable Cool) of Wenatchee, and
Jimmy Cool of Carlton, Wash., vis
ited over the week end at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bauman. Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Bashart (Tillie
Nelson) of Condon were also guests
at the Bauman home over the week
Mrs. Uerie Laughlin was in Prine
ville Wednesday of last week to at
tend funeral services for an uncle
of her late husband. The uncle, I.
M. Mills, 79,- pioneer stockmani ot
the Prineville district, was killed in
an automobile accident the Monday
previous. Mrs. Laughlin visited1 in
The Dalles over the Fourth.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Chaffee have
returned from a vacation spent m
Spokane where a family reunion
was held on the 6th. They brought
their nephew, Harry Chaffee, who
will spend the summer here.
Miss Helen tRober, graduate nurse
of Portland, is attending W. 1L.
Pruyn who is critically ill at his
home. Mr. Pruyn's condition was
reported as slightly improved this
near Lebanon. They recently pur
chaed a 100 -acre diversified farm
Miss Helen Fortner and Janes
DrLreoll drove to Portland last week
end where they visited Mrs. James
Driscoll and the new baby. They
are planning to return to Heppner
within a week, according to Mr.
Driscoll who returned Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cowins and
Rae motored to Pendleton Tuesday
and visited daughter and sister,
Ruth, who has been working at
Pendleton for two weeks.
Eddie Chinn left last night for
Portland to see his son, Daniel, who
is reported as little improved from
the illness with which he was re
Miss Mildred Clowry returned
the first of the week from a visit
with relatives in Cleveland and Chi
cago, bringing bade ner niece, miss
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Laurence
Slocum Tuesday at Heppner hos
pital, an 8 pound girl. Mother and
babe are reported- to be doing nicely.
Jim Valentine returned the first
of the week from Portland where
he visited Mrs. Valentine who is
critically ill in a hospital there.
Mrs. Olive Frye returned home
Saturday from Heppner hospital
where she underwent treatment for
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Woods of Port
land are spending several days in
the county, Mrs. Woods visiting her
father, Albert Rea.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Peterson of
The Dalles are the parents of a 'baby
girl, Sally Jane, born the fifth of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parrish and
two sons are making a vacation tour
of the Oregon coast. They were it
Crater lake Monday.
BUYS VALLEY RANCH
Ernest Christopherson who re
cently sold his large wheat farm in
the Dry Fork district to Homer
Gabbert of Portland has purchased
a 250 acre farm near Woodhurn in
the Willamette valley, and will take
immediate possession. H. C. Woods,
agent, who was in the city this week,
said the farm is one of the best he
has had listed in the valley in his
15 years of real estate experience.
It is suited to diversification, anl
is well supplied with equipment and
stock, good buildings and crops, all
of which go for the announced pur
chase price of $25,000. Fred Mankin
will operate the Gabbert farm in
connection with his present large
Frank Bowers has left the Safe
way organization and has gone to
Yakima, being succeeded in the lo
cal store by Roy Gentry who has
been transferred back to Heppner
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Howell and Mr,
and Mrs. Tom Wells went to Paul
ina lake for a fishing jaunt over the
fourth. Thev retxrted some 5000
paople to have visited there during
the day. A good catch was made.
Mrs. Elwynne Peck and baby were
able to leave Hepner hospital Sun
day and go to the home of Mr.
Peck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Peck, near Lexington.
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Stone expect
to leave Monday for their new home
with Tim Holt and Ray
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Adults 20c; 2 Children 10c
Richard Arlen, Jean Parker, Helen
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A thrill-charged romance of the sky.
THE COWBOY AND
Comedy with Mary Beth Hughes,
rwrtm Montgomery. Alan Mow
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John Bcal, Maurice Moscovitch,
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