Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, September 14, 1944, Page 6, Image 6

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    6 Heppner Gazette Times, September 14, 1944
their home in cation visiting relatives at Ellens
berg and vicinity.
OOARDMAN NEWS wife and baby
. . ,. Georgia.
vr. raiw PottVc lpft Tiipsrlav Mr. and Mrs. Basil Cramer and Miss Helen Neiger left Monday
f- v,: ; rion-rtic. ofw Mrs Prampr't sister are visitins after a
llifcfllb ivjl lii3 .11 utui tia 1 1 l. - - - . v.u.-.w u t
spendingg a 10-day furlough at on the project,
home. 0
Mrs. George Linn has been ill LexinatOfl NfiWS
the last few days.
The grange fair held Saturday
was a huge success. After all the
short visit at the Elmer
Hunts. Miss Neiger is a former
teacher in Lexington high school.
Miss Jerrine Edwards of San
Francisco is visiting at the A. M.
Edwards' home this week.
Pvt Marvin Cox is spending his
w II
Mrs. Mary Edwards
Mr. and Mrs. Burrell who oper
nto tna i o rT-- mhiol etnra hQira Tvj-wr r
exhibits were auctioned oil the -- -- furlough visiting his parents, Mr.
evening was spent dancing. George d into th f Jf8 ho' r" and Mrs. Dee Cox Jr.
Daniel was the whiner of the qUt XS?" " Mr. and Mrs.'B. J. Doherty have
&C3L: Mrs. uth McMillan entertained taken their littledaughter Mary to
Mrs. Oscar Lundell of Willows who at rink Tuesday even- Portland for medical treatment,
judged the exhibits, and Mr. and honoring Herman Wallace and Mrs. AUyn is caring for the other
Mrs. George Corwin and family of Gene Majeske who are leaving soon two children.
Heppner. or me army A11 Inskeep is visiting at the
Mrs Gladys Ford of Waitsburg Mr- Mrs- ne Majeske have Ed Grant home this week,
spent the week-end Boardman vis- "turned home after spending a va Miss Edith Edwards left for Spo-
iting friends.
Friends of Alice Wicklander were
surprised to . hear of her mariage
to Joe Tatone of Arlington two
weeks ago. Alice is in the Waves
and Joe is also in the service.
An error in the canning schedule
in Hast week's items will be cor
rected asioliows: Xne cannery will
operate on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Saturdays. iNo canning win be
done until the cannery nas been
Jack Gorham has sold his store
to Chlas. btoitnow ol Condon. Jack
has been operating the swie here
lor io years.
Margaret iunerson spent Uie past
wtV-'K voting lier metier, ivurs.
Harry ihorpe. bhe wui go, to scnool
in jf ortiana this year.
Mr. and Mrs. Ueorge Daniel went
to ivennewicic Sunday where they
got two cows to add to tneir usury
Mr. and Mrs. jack ivienien nave
sold their laim ana moved 10 town.
fcgt Walter Khinehart has been
oraerea to overseas uiuy turn nas
uuven a delay enroute to take his
kane Sunday after spending a week
visiting her parents in Lexington.
She has accepted a position as in
structor in the bookkeeping de
partment at Kinman Business col
lege in Spokane.
Mr. and Mrs. Newt O'Harra spent
last week in La Grande. Mrs.
OHarra was called there on ac
count of the serious illness of her
Gerald Connor of the U. S. Mer-'
chant Marines is visiting friends
and relatives here this week.
Ed Grant made a business trip
to Portland htis last week-end.
Mrs. Oscar Breeding went to
Prairie City for medical treatment
last week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Don. Pointer have
taken their son Hank to Portland
to have the braces adjusted on his
Mrs. Buel Harshman has return
ed home after visiting her hus
band, Pvt Buel Harshman in Camp
Roberts, Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Padberg of
Portland are visiting at the Oris
Padberg home.
Word has been received that Mrs.
Lou Broadley underwent a serious
operation on her eyes at a Portland
hospital last Monday.
A reception was held at the high
school gym for the teachers last
Friday evening. A large crowd at
tended and an enjoylable time was
One match, one cigarette,
one careless act means 100
patient years to replace a
burned out Oregon forest!
OREGON wood is a cri
tical material of war, filling
1200 military uses BE
E arc pleased with
the many friends we
kave made housewives
wbe have exclaimed over
the nutritional qualities of
all our meals. Menus are
carefully 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.
COME. Come in soon!
At my place one mile South of Tom's Cabins
3 miles south or
n. Ore
Beginning at IO o'clock a. m.
lursday, Sept. 21
140 head cattle, including 45 yearling heifers white face, extra good bunch Here
ford cattle. 10 yearling steers. 45 head cows Herefords and Shorthorns. 26 milk
cows. 2 registered Hereford bulls. 12 Hereford calves. Heifers and cows to begin
calving Feb. 15, 1945.
4 horses; 2 wagons; 2 setts harness; circulator heating stove; 1 wood and coal stove;
7 pack saddles and bags; one 4-wheel trailer; 50-75 bee hives, and other articles too
numerous to mention.
Terms: CASH
V. R. RUNNION, Auctioneer