Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, November 11, 1943, Page 6, Image 6

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    6 Heppner Gazette Times, November 1 1, 1943
BOARDMAN NEWS
By MAB.GARET THORPE
The school carnival Friday night
was a huge success. Approximately
200 door tickets were sold. Peter
Cassidy won the bond which was
raffled off and Leo Skoubo won
the $500 door prize. Shirley Peck
and Delmer Hug of the 5th and 6th
grades were crowned prince and
princess and Eldon Lilly and Doris
Wilson of high school were crown
ed king and queen. Many "people
from out of town attended as well
as many visitors who used to live
here.
.Mrs. Maine Klein and Paul Jac
obson of Portland and Beaverton
spent the week-end at the Harter
home. Paul is a nephew and Mrs.
Klein is a sister of Mrs. Harter.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Watkins and
son spent the week here visiting
her father Frank Walker and her
sister, Mrs. Mabel Bischke. They
spent part of the week elk hunting.
A committee meeting was held at
the Tannehill home Tuesday night
to make plans for the PTA meet
ings for the coming year.
The grange executive committee
met Wednesday night at the Mc
Farland home to lay plans for Po
mona and installation of officers
which i$ to be held here Dec. 15.
The installation of officers will be
put v on by state officers and the
state master will be present to tell
some of his experiences on his re
cent trip to England.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thorpe
showed pictures at the grange hall
Thursday night. They will be held
every Sunday and Wednesday
evenings,
A surprise birthday party was
given by the teachers in honor of
Mrs. Ronald Black Thursday eve
ning at the Black home. The eve
ning was spent playing Bingo.
Mr. and Mra. Pat Healy and
children of Portland visited his
parents Mr. and Mrs. Mike Healy
this week. They also visited with
his sister and family, Mrs. Buster
Rands.
Dave Johnston returned home
from Alaska Friday where he has
been employed for the past nine
months.
The Wilson family spent one day
in The Dalles this week where
they met Teddy for a short visit.
Mrs. Olive Attebury left this
week for California where she will
remain for an indefinite visit with
relative
Francis Harter left Monday for
Salem to attend a teachers' con
ference. The seniors went to Port
land with him on their annual
sneak.
Mrs. Neal Bleakney who is a for
mer Boardman resident is very ill
with sleeping sickness.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tannehill
have received word that their son
Don has been promoted to eprgeant.
Darlene Gilstrap is in the hos
pital very ill with a ruptured ap
pendix. Mr. Adplanalp of Hermiston was
on the project bunday selling black
walnut trees.
Mrs. Claude Coates, Mrs. Glen
Mallory and son and Mrs. Gilles
pie spent Saturday in Pendleton.
Miss Frances Skoubo of Pendle
ton spent the week-end visiting her
parents.
nival Friday night Dick is home
from the navy on a few days leave.
Mr. and Mrs. Vit Colosso and
sons of Arlington attended the car
nival Friday night. Dick is home
from the navy on a short leave.
Word has been received that Mrs.
Nick Faler is in the Portland sani
tarium. She recently underwent an
operation for a strangulated hernia.
Mrs. Zoe Billings and daughter
moved into the Fortier house this
week-end.
Mrs. Mabel Allen and Mr. and
Mrs. Rordell left Monday morning
for Tacoma. 1 "
MX. and Mrs. Jack Gorham
spent the week-end at Blalock vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wolfe.
pent Friday in Grand view and
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Macomb er
the week-end in Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Carlson and
family of Portland have moved on
to the Davis place which they re
cently purchased.
Lexington News
By Mrs. Ruth McMillan
The work on the Jackson Im
plement Co building is proceeding
on schedule and is expected to be
completed by the latter part of
this month.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Palmer are
the parents of a seven pound son,
born Friday. Nov. 5 at the Molla
han home below Heppner. The
baby has been named Joseph Pat
rick. t
Pfc Larry Patterson, on furlough
from his dutieg from Camp Adair,
visited at the Charles Buchanan
home Tuesday.
Mrs. Laurel Ruhl and Merritt
Gray were called to Stanfield by
the serious illness of their father.
Gene Gray.
Mrsj, CL C. Carmichael received
word from her husband, Cpl Car
michael of his safe arrival some
where in Australia.
Mrs. Elsie Beach returned from
Springville, Utah Friday having
been called there several weeks
ago by the serious illness of-her
granddaughter Patricia, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Vin?ion
drove to Kinzua Sunday bringing
back a load of cattle.
A. H, Nelson was suddenly tak
en ill 6n Monday and was rushed
to Portland for medical attention.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Whillock vis
ited over the week-end in Her
miston with Mrs. Whillock's sister
.and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Douglas Gibson.
The Oddfellows and Rebekahs
held a potluck dinner Sunday at
the Leach halL In the afternoon
repair work was done on the roof
of the dance hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pomeroy
and daughter Joyce of Kelso, Wash,
were called here Friday by the se
rious illness of Mrs. Pomeroy's fa
trier, E. D. McMillan. Upon their
arrival Mr. McMillan was found to
be greatly improved.
Park Carmichael visited his sis
ter Merle Carmichael Tuesday,
from his home at Nolin.
Mrs. Cliff Doherty is reported
to be making a satisfactory recov
ery after her recent operation.
Mr. and Mrs. .Frank Papineau
have received word from their son,
Pvt. Fred Papineau of his transfer
to Fort Bliss, Tex.
HAULING
Call 23 Heppner Call 1611 lone
FOR GENERAL HAULING
Two trucks and one trailer available to go
any place, any time.
Livestock transportation and Heavy
Machine Hauling Our Specialty.
CARLOAD OF STOCK AT ONE TRIP
. Insured Carrier
You Call We Haul
HEPPNER - IONE - PORTLAND
Freight Line
Call
Heppner : Clyde Nutting lone
Successor to
Holub Truck Line
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IN THE DALLES
Miss Effie Andrews, manager of
the local telephone exchange, will
return to Heppner Friday from The
Dalles where she spent a few days.
LEAVE FOR SOUTH
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Jones left
Sunday night for North Carolina
to visit Mr. Jones' old home. This
will be the first time he has vis
ited the scenes of his childhood
since he left there 31 years ago.
Their son. Sgt. Charles M. Jones,
accompanied them, returning to
duty after a furlough spent at
home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones
are staying at the C. N. Jones
farm.
AUCTION
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BACK FROM HUNT
Bringing in a good cargo of wild
meat, Len and Earl Gilliam and 0 0)0
Ray Drake returned Sunday from
a two weeks hunting excursion in
to the Bear valley region of the
John Day.
Do You Eat to Live
Or Live to Eat?
Our fresh fruits and vegetables offer
an attractive array of vitamins and
strength renewers.
Build your meal around a choice
cut of our prime steer beef;
Remember the vital foods milk,
whole grains, meat, fruit, vegetable
green and yellow butter and eggs.
Central Market
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Runnion's Corrals Heppner
At hOO p.m. Sharp
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150 Head of Cattle
Consisting of cows and calves, dry cows, fat cows, yearling steers
and heifers, registered bulls, saddle horses, hogs, sows, weaner pigs,
feeder pigs, work horses.
Four teams extra large logging horses will weigh from 1800 to
2100 pounds each all good young stock, well broke and gentle,
from purebred Belgian stock from Washington and prize winners in
pulling contests. New heavy harness goes with them. For anyone
looking for this type of horses, there are none better in the North
west. This sale will offer nothing but quality livestock.
Some farm equipment will be put on the block . . . Stock should be
on hand Friday, Nov. 19, or early Saturday morning, Nov. 20.
V. R. RUNNION,
Auctioneer
HARRY DINGES,
Clerk