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8 Heppner Gazette Times, September 6, 1945
WIGHTMAN FRIENDS PICNIC
AT MOUNTAIN RANCH
The Wightman ranch in the
mountains was the scene of a big
picnic Monday when several car
loads of friends and neighbors
drove out U spond Labor day.
Mfr.-lvrs of the party included Mr.
s.tJ Mrs. Biairw Elliott and family
ci 3: Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Hus
tw, Mts.. Ad Bloom, Mr. and Mrs.
L- Howvw Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Joc.es. Mr. and Mrs. Burl Coxen,
Mr. arvi Mrs. L. D. Neill, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Barlow and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Drake, and Mr. and
Mrs. 0. Wendell Herbison and fam
ily. Mr. and Mrs. Wightman were
invited to join the group for din
ner and all told 32 people dined
HELP AT SCOTTY'S
Mr. and Mrs. Riley R. Richards
of Portland have come to make
their home in Heppner. Mrs. Rich
ards is the daughter of Mrs. J. L.
Hall and she and her husband will
' be employed at Scotty's. Mr. Rich
ards' sister, Mrs. Lucile Long, is a
guest of the Halls this week and
is assiting at the eatery during the
Rodeo. The Halls have moved to
their new home on west Baltimore
Mrs. F. W. Turner is now a pa
tient at St. Anthony's hospital in
Pendleton where Mr. Turner took
her Wednesday, morning. Mrs. Tur
ner has been rather miserable since
returning from Portland and it was
thought best to take her where
she can have professional care for
a few days. .
Star Reporter . . . .
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7
ESCAPE IN THE DESERT
A rip-snortin' western in modern dress. Show will start at 7:30
Also Hi HO RODEO, BRONCS AND BRANDS, and BOB WILLS AND
HIS TEXAS PLAYBOYS.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8
BACK TO BATAAN
John Wayne. Anthony Quinn, Beulah Bondi, Fely Franquelli, Leonard
The amazing inside story off the invisible army of the Philippines . . . told
in a thundering epic of grit and glory. Show will start immediately
following preformance at the rodeo field. Also SONGS OF THE
RANGE and WAGON WHEELS
SUNDAY-MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9-10
A MEDAL FOR BENNY
Dorothy Lamour, Arturo DeCordoova, J. Carrol Naish, (who sure pinned
a medal on himself with this performance), Frank McIIugh
It's great: Because of the brilliant dramatic performances . . . because of
the unusual and tender story, from the pen of John Steinbeck, to
day's great portrayer of the common man . . . because everyone
connected with its production helped to make this film delightful,
deep-down and heart appealing. No Sunday matinee. Show will
stait immediately following performance at Rodeo field.
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 11
Merle Oberon, Franchot Tone, Thomas Mitchell, Fay Bainter. John
Qualen, Rex Ingram
A deluxe thriller from the Saturday Evening Post's most thrilling story.
Also "Now...The Peace" presents the idea of world cooperation as the
foundation of a secure peace.
WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 12-13
MUSIC FOR MILLIONS
Margaret O'Brien, Jose Iturhi Jimmy Durante, June Allyson, Marsha.IIunt
Hugh Herbert, Marie Wilson, Larry Adlr
One of the most charming romantic comedies we have ever had the privi
lege of showing, with music that is unsurpassed; there are sympho
nic numbers from such composers as Dvorak. Tschaikowsky, Chopin
and others. There is the music of Victor Herbert, there are piano
patter numbers and an excellent harmonica solo. We recommend
Pine City, Irrigon
Two schools of the county, Irri
gon and Pine City, got the jump on
the rest of the disricts by opening
this week. Most of the other schools
will open Sept. 10. as announced
Mrs. Adelaide Orange of Pilot
Rock is in charge of the Pine City
school, which cares for the children
up to the eighth grade. Most of
the high school students from the
district attend the Echo high school.
Leroy Darling is the administra
tor of the Irrigon school. He has
been music supervisor at La-Grande.
A new administrator has been se
cured for the Lexington school in
the person of E. LeGrand Cherry.
At lone, Supt. B. C. Forsythe has
the teacher situation well in hand
and is prepared to put the wheels
of learning into motion Monday.
Registration of high school stu
dens opened at the Heppner school
Wednesday afternoon and will con
tinue through Friday afternoon,
unless everybody rushes to get it
over with today to be ready to at
tend the rodeo.
Dr. and Mrs. A. D. McMurdo re
turned home Wednesday after 'a
week spent in Portland where the
doctor attended a medical associa
tion meeting. They were accomp
anied by Mrs. R. B. Rice and grand
daughter Eleanor. ,
Steward Cole spent the Labor
day vacation visiting relatives and
friends in Joseph.
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