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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (April 27, 1944)
IOME NEWS NOTES
By UTR& GMA& BIETMAITN
Mrs. Charles O'Connor received a
painful injury to her ankle last
Wednesday morning when a horse
she was riding fell with her.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bergevin
have moved into one of the Stefani
cottages while they are having their
ranch house remodeled.
The proram sponsored by the
P.-T.A. Saturday evening included
a variety of musical numbers and
skits presented by the several or
. ganizations of lone. The program
raised $58 which will be donated to
the fund the school is collecting
for the public address system.
Mrs.Elmer Griffith and daughter
June were Portland visitors going
down Wednesday and returning on
Friday of last week.
Mrs. Ralph Aldrich was quite ill
last Friday. She sought , medical aid
in Heppner and was later taken to
Mrs. Hayden and son of Portland
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale
Ray last week-end.
Mrs. Jack Frost returned to lone
Saturday after a two weeks visit in
Mrs. Oscar Peterson and son Ger
ald returned to Portland last Mon
day after a few days visit at the
Mrs. Ada Cannon of lone aocom
panied by her daughter Charlotte,
Mrs. John DeMoss and Mrs. Jessie
Lovegren of Heppner were Portland
visitors last week-end. They visited
Truman Cannon of Gresham and
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hughes of
Portland and also attended the Ro
deo at Hillsboro Sunday.
Rev. Kenneth Andeen returned to
Seattle Monday. An exceptionally
large attendance was reported at
the Lutheran church at Gooseberry
Mrs. Echo Palmateer returned last
Wednesday from Berkeley, Calif,
where she visited her son Ted who
was stationd at Moffett Field and
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Githens of Berkeley.
Mrs Lillian Campbell of Camas,
Wash, spent a week visiting her fa
ther, Wm. Thomas. She returned to
her home Friday evening. '
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ball were
The Dalles visitors several days
Mrs. Vera Warfield spent Tuesday
in Lexington on business. '
George (Stub) Gordon returned
recently from Independence Mo.
where he , had been called by the
serious illness of his brother Hollis,
who contracted double pneumonia
the day he was to have been mar
ried. George remained with him un
til his brother was released from
the hospital and attended his post
poned wedding to Miss Marie Hil
debrand of Independence on April 1.'
Nine members of the lone Boy
Scout troop passed their Tenderfoot
tests Saturday. During the day the
boys fished, prepared their meal iu
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the open and played soft ball in
the afternoon. Those passing their
tests were: David Gordon, Donald
Munkers, Bruce Smith, Johnny
Buchanan, Steward and Clifford
Aldrich, David and Joel Barnett
and Gene Baueumfeind. The next
meeting will be Saturday afternoon
April at the Legion halL
Charles (Shorty) Shaver of Bend
is visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Clark. Mr. Shaver, who
operates a well drill in the Bena
country is well known here having
made his home here a number of
Mrs. Elmer Griffith, Mrs. Echo
Palmateer and Miss Doris Palma
teer drove to La Grande Tuesday
and returned Wednesday.
Ray Barnett, manual training in
structor met with an accident in
the high school shop when his right
hand slipped into the power saw
Horace G. Holcomb, superinten
dent of lone scools spent the week
end with his family in Vanport.
The Maranatha society of the Co
operative church of lone is spon
soring a food sale on Saturday, Ap
ril 29, beginning at 10 a. m. at the
The Arnica club met at the home
of Mrs. Roy Lindstrom with Mrs.
Lewis Halvorsen as hostess. There
were 12 members present. Car 'j
were played in the afternoon. Mrs.
Charles Carlson won high and Mrs.
Robert Buchanan won low in pi
nochle. Mrs. Milton Morgan won
high and Mrs. Roy Lindstrom won
low in bridge. The next meeting will
be at the Fred Mankin ranch home
with Mrs. Alvin Bunch as hostess.
The meeting will be May 17.
Willows grange Home Ec club
met at the home of Mrs. Markham
Baker for an all. day meeting with
a pot luck dinner at noon. There
were 17 members present and two
visitors, Mrs. John Bryson and Mrs.
H. N. Waddell. The next meeting
will be at the home of Mrs. Marion
Palmer, May 19.
BUYS HOME HEIJE
Mrs. George H. Hayden has pur chased
the residence property of L.
L. Matlock at the corner of Gale
and Church streets, now occupied
by Mr. rnd Mrs. Frank Davidson.
Mrs. Hayden and son Marion have
returned to Heppner to make their
home after spending the past three
years in Portland where Marion
was engaged in a war plant Tho
Davidsons are seeking new living"
For local man to represent a Na
tional Insurance Organization
Siieciahzing in automobile and fire
insurance. Excellent postwar fu
ture. Business now showing big
increase. Either part-time or full
time work. For particulars write
Box 337, this office. 4-5c
I hereby - announce my candidacy
for nomination for the office of
Sheriff of Morrow county, subject to
the will of the republican voters at
the primary nominating election
Friday, May 19, 1944.
P. A. MOLLAHAN
VISIT PARALYSIS VICTIM
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Breeding of
Lexington drove to Portland Wed
nesday, taking their two grand
children to see their mother who is
bojpitali3d there, a victim of in
CALLED TO BEND
Leroy Beymer was called to Bend
the first of the week to attend the
funeral of his brother who died in
a San Francisco hospital the past
Runnion Sales Yard
WE are pleased with
the many friends we
liavc made housewives
who have exclaimed over
the nutritional qualities of
all our meals. Menus are
careful'y planned to give
you good, wholesome, nu
tritious . foods. Breakfasts
to give a mill or farm worker
"something to work on."
Lunches arc always appe
tizing. Dinners are always
a treat for hungry families.
YOU'RE ALWAYS WEL
COME. Come in soon!
Grand Auction Sale
SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1944
Beginning at 1 :30 P. M. Sharp!
150 -Head of Livestock- 150
Cows, Calves, Yearling Steers and
Heifers, Work Horses, Saddle Horses
Some machinery, including one 1V2-H.-P.
Fairbanks gasoline engine. Other
articles too numerous to mention.
SPECIAL ATTENTION !
Milk cows must have been tested at
lease 60 days before date of sale.
Livestock cannot be sold without a
certificate of brand inspection. An
t inspector will be on hand at the sale.
Owners are responsible for their
stuff until sold. We will try to keep
your stuff straight during the sale,
but the new owner will be responsible
V. R. RUNNION
FRANKS. PARKER, Brand Inspector
Avoid Grey Hair
Humphreys Drug Co.
ICE CREAM Pays Big
Ice cream is a food particularly good
for growing children, as it contains the
nutrient qualities of milk with added
sugar for extra energy and fresh fruit
for delicious flavor. Let your chil
dren have it often it's good for them!
Take home a quart of our ice cream or deli- jj
cious, refreshing ice for lunch or dinner. H
Now made with Swift's Grade A Mix.