Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, August 07, 1941, Page Page Five, Image 5

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    Thursday, August 7, 1941
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Page Five
Miss Bernice E. Siegenthaler of
Mist was a recent visitor at Hepp
ner. She was here to visit her fath
er who is the engineer on the Hepp
ner branch railroad. Miss Siegen
thaler is a student at the Western
Washington College of Eduction at
Bellingham. She is spending her
vacation on a tour of the United
States. She is going to Seattle, Min
neapolis, Chicago, Norfolk, Va., New
Orleans, Los Angeles, San Diego
and San Francisco to Portland. Miss
Siegenthaler says she likes Heppner
very much.
Mrs. Fred Wehmeyer departed
on Friday night's train for Portland
to join her daughter, Edith, of San
Francisco. Together they went on
to Tacoma to visit son and brother,
Stephen and wife. Mr. and Mrs.
William Becket and family of Waits-
burg will join them there for a visit.
Mrs. Wehmeyer and Edith will also
visit other relatives in northern
Washington while away.
Mrs. Berta Leicht was a business
visitor in the city Tuesday from
Irrigon where she operates a service
station and camp grounds. She re
ported that the work on the ammu
nition depot in that vicinity v was
making considerable activity at Ir
rgon, all her available cabins having
been taken by workers on the pro
ject. Hale of Bates, Bob Hale and
son of Pendleton, and Vere Hale
who is working for Drumhellers
Walla Walla were called to
Heppner the end of the week by
the serious illness of their mother,
Mrs. Ollie Kennedy.
Mrs. Jim Linn of Lexington was
in town on business Tuesday.
STAR Reporter
Robert Young, Laraine Day, Frieda
Inescort, John Litel, Marsha Hunt
Thrills, as a beauty with a danger
ous past goes on trial for hr life.
William Boyd, Russel Hayden,
Victor Jory, Andy Clyde
Western action film with Hopalong
Paul McCarty and Jim Farley ar
rived home the end of the week
from Camp Lewis, Wash., where
they spent six weeks attending re
serve officers training school. Both
are student cadets, Paul being a
student at University of Oregon and
Jim attending Oregon State college.
Paul is qualifying as an officer in
the infantry and Jim as an officer
in the light artillery. While on va
cation from their studies Paul is as
sisting as clerk at Hotel Heppner
and Jim is driving "cat" at the
Frank Anderson farm.
Eddie Sheridan visited Heppner
friends Sunday, coming from the
Walla Walla section where he has
been located on a large ranch for the
last two years. He expected to get
back for the Rodeo. For many years
Eddie was counted in the list of fast
ropers, but he didn't think he would
throw any lassos this time.
Miss Rita Jean Kennedy of Pen-
!?ton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Kennedy, was a visitor over
Saturday night at the ranch home of
her cousin, Mrs. Ilene Laughlin. Miss
Kennedy's father is remembered by
Morrow county wrestling fans for
several appearances on the mat here
in former years.
Mrs. Betty Belt who has been vis
iting for three months with rela
tives in Oregon and California from
her home in Missouri returned to
the home of her son, Burl Coxen,
here the first of the week, Mrs.
Coxen and Betty Marie driving to
Bend the end of the week to get
Billv Youne. popular clerk at Ho
tel Heppner, departed Tuesday for
Portland to spend a few days on
business. After returning to assist
through Rodeo at the hotel, he ex
pects to leave on a motor vacation
trip to Soap Lake, Grand Coulee,
Spokane and Yellowstone park.
Henrv F. Blahm came over from
his home at Walla Walla the first
of the week to look after interests
here. He is having a new roof put
on the farm, operated by Mr. and
Mrs. Mont Bundy. and assisting at
the Bundy ranch while Mrs. Bundy
is confined by illness.
Lt. and Mrs. Frank C. Alfred were
week-end visitors in the city, while
Lt. Alfred, Morrow county's district
attorney on leave for army service,
was on furlough from his station at
James Stewart, Hedy Lamarr, Judy
nwUnA istna Turner. Tony Martin,
Jackie Cooper, Ian Hunter, Charles
.1 J VV a.
Winninger, Edward Everett mnon,
nnj rrronct assemblage of per-
ouu l-i .v, w
sonalities you've ever seen in one
giant show! A new,, glittering all
time high in musical magic a pag
eant of stars, story, song and spec
Sunday shows at 1 p. m. 3:45 p. m,
and 7:30 p. m.
TUESDAY Bargain Night
Adults 20c; 2 Children 10c
Ruth Hussey, Robert Cummings,
Reg. Owen, C. Aubrey Nnith
A merry uproar involving a gay
widow, love and a million dollars:
James Stewart, Paulette Goddard,
. Ji ... .1 kia M1cifn
Horace J l caul uiu
Knights, Charles Winninger
It's the funniest, friskiest romantic
romp that ever had you dancing in
Fort Lewis, , Wash. Lt. Alfred re
cently returned to Fort Lewis from
army maneuvers in California.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gemmell and
Jean arrived Tuesday from their
home at Salem to spend several
days visiting relatives and friends
while Mr. Gemmell is on vacation
from his work with the secretary
of state's office.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stanley Jaross
were in the city the first of the
week investigating living quarters
for the coming school year. Mr.
Jaross will be seventh grade instruc
tor and grade school physical ed
ucation director next year.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Merritt arrived
recently from their home in Cali
fornia yid have been visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Schwarz. Their daughter, Mrs. Vio
let Shurte also arrived this week
for a visit.
Joe Green, who has been working
for some time at the ordnance de
pot near Hermiston, moved to Pen
dleton this week, with Mrs. Green,
to accept a position with the Ore
gon Public Utilities commission.
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Collins were
in the city yesterday from their
ranch at Camas prairie, Mrs. Coll
ins to undergo medical attention.
Mr. Collins reported a heavy crop
of hay on the prairie this season.
John W. Maidment and son of
Lone Rock were business visitors in
the city Tuesday. Mr. Maidment, a
pioneer stockraiser, enjoyed greet
ing old-time friends while here.
J. A. Sharp returned the end of
the week from a vacation spent at
Olympia and Seattle. During his ab
sence Cecil Wise tended to Mr.
Sharp's work at Heppner bakery.
The Dalles Freight Line, Inc.
Arrive Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
Warehouse: KANE'S GARAGE Carl D. Spickcrman, Agent
Good Printing, Reasonable at G-T
it That's important news to Morrow j
County home owners, as it means they
may proceed with plans for new con-
struction or remodeling and take ad-
! vantage of the easy monthly payment E
! plan offered by the Federal Housing g
I Administration.
Word this week from Dr. J. H.
McCrady, formr local dentist, con-
vpvs ereetines to his old fnends. rie
is presently located at Seattle, his
address being 508 Senator Apts.
Chance Wilson was in Heppner
Saturday from the Monument sec
tion, bringing a bunch of cattle for
Mrs Carl Leathers and daughter
Jean, and Mrs. Lester Robinson and
daughter Vern were in the city LM
esday from Hardman.
Mrs. Vera Happold and Mrs. Viv
ian Kane returned Sunday from a
week's vacation spent at Oceanside
on the coast.
Mrs. James Valentine is reported
as much improved in her illness at
a Portland hospital.
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