Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, August 29, 1946, Image 1

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    N K I 3 J 0 R I C'A L, SOCIETY
Heppner Gazette Times
Foreign Languages
Should Be Part of
High School Course
Educator Urges
Schools to Teach
Asiatic Courses
Mrs. I.ucy Rodgers, school su
penntendent, Nelson Anderson
county agricultural agent and
Miss Kathryn Monahan, county
demonstration agent, were guest
speakers at the weekly lunchon
meeting ot the chamber of com
merce at the Lucas Place Mon
Recommendations in education
made by Dr. Harold Benjamin
principal speaker at the confer
ence, were reportd bv Mrs. Rod.
gers. Dr. Benjamin, in charge
of international relations from
the United States office of edu
cation, was formerly superin
tendent ot Umatilla schools.
"Every high school should
teach at least one foreign lan
guage thoroughly, according to
Dr. Benjamin," Mrs. Rodgers
said. He recommended that the
Asiatic languages be taught in
schools on the Pacific coast,
Spanish in the border states,
and that schools of higher learn
ing in Alaska be authorities on
the Russian language and Rus
sian life.
Miss Monahan discussed the
methods , of judging clothing,
canning and cooking exhibits at
the Hertniston fair. Greatest
competition was among 4-H
girls competing for the style re
vue at the state fair in Salem,
she said.
Morrow county is sending a
demonstration team in home
economics to the state fair for
the first time this year," Miss
Monahan reported. "The team,
composed of Vesta Cutsforth
and June Van Winkle of Lex
ington, will demonstrate the
washing of a wool sweater."
Accompanying Miss Monahan
to the Hertniston fair were Car
olyn Bergstrom, Lorene Mitch
ell,, Betty Jean Graves of Hep
pner and June Van Winkle. The
4-H girls studied judging and
demonstrations at the fair.
Mr. Anderson gave a general
report on the exhibits at the
Hemiiston event.
Miss Lcta Humphreys enter
tained Tuesday evening with a
dinner and theater party in hon
or of Mrs. Josephine Mahoney
on her birthday. Other guests in
cluded Mrs. Sara McNamer,
Mrs. Ruth Bergstrom, Mrs. Ve
nice Stiles, Mrs. Lucy Rpdges
and Mrs. Clarice Mackey,
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Bailey will
leave by auto Sunday on a
month's vacation trip to visit re
latives in Neilsville, Wautoma
and Baraboo Wise. Enroute they
will visit their daughter, Mrs.
Jack Parsons and family in El
gin, a niece, Mrs. Burr Brown,
in Pocatcllo, Ida. and spend a
few days in Yellowstone park.
Returning the southern route,
they will visit their son and wife,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bailey in
Hutchinson, Kan. and relatives
in Richmond and West Point,
Calif. Ihey plan to visit Rev.
and Mrs Bcnnie Howe in Co
quille on the last part of their
journey home.
Mr. and Mrs. Crockett Sprou
les and daughter Janet of Oak
land, Calif, visited over the
weekend with her mother, Mrs.
Nellie McFerrin, and other rel
ativs .Recently discharged from
the Merchant Marines Mr.
Sproules is now in the interior
decorating business in Oakland.
Miss Eunice Marie Hiatt will
graduate from St. Anthony's
nurse's traniing school at Pen
dleton as a registered nurse on
Sept. 8, according to word re
ceived here this week. A niece
of John Hiatt, Miss Hiatt gradu
atd from the Heppner high
Gordon Grady, bookkeeper at
the Rosewall Motor Company,
has purchased the Dan Bishop j
place across from the depot on
Morgan street.
Guests at the Claude Graham
home this week are Miss Bess
Huddleston of San Fransicso
and Mi: A. E. Raymond and
Mrs. !i. l). Olmstead of Ogden,
Ut trs. Raymond and Mrs.
Ol.i.i.L.J are sisters of Mr. Gra
ham and Miss Leone Graham.
Miss Huddleston is a former re
sident of Heppner.
Mrs. Orville Smith and child
ren Caroline and Jimmy, wrove
to Portland Sunday to spend a
few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johansen
of Portland were dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Pinckney
Friday evening. Mr. Johansen is
in the personnel division of the
First National bank in Portland.
Bill Parmclee of Walla Walla
radio technician with the Paci
fic Pacific Power & Light com
pany, is in town this week check
ing causes of local radio inter
ference. Parmclee has found se
veral causs of static and hopes
to hav the interference cleared
up soon,
Alterations Made
On Store Fronts
Work on new, modern store
fronts on the Gonty Shoe Store
and Aiken's Place will be com
pleted in the next fwe days, jt
was announced today.
c. t. oonty designed his new
store front, which will feature
black and cream tile. Ora Yea
ger and Lee Howell are doing
me remodeling.
A black tile front with irrav
trim will be used on Aiken's.
Bill Kennedy designed the front
ana is doing the work.
the Oilman building on Wil
low stileet Is being repainted
on the inside and outside by
Omer McCaleb and David
On Buying Trip For
New Women $ Shop
Mrs. I. 0. Rasmus left sun-
day on a buying trio to Portland
ana beattle to purchase mer
chandise for her new ladies and
children s ready-tOrwear shop in
the corner room in the Case
apartment building. Mrs. Ras
mus plans to open her new store,
to be known as Noras Shop
before rodeo time. .
Among the out-of-town busi
ness visitors in Heppner Tues
day were Mrs. Dee Cox of Lex-
ngton, Bernard Carlson of Rhea
creek, Mrs. Oscar Peterson and
daughter Eunice of Social Ridge
ind Dallas McDaniel of ,Hard
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bryant have
sold their home on Main street
to Mrs. Sophrona Thompson and
have purchased a house in Le-
wiston. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Ferguson will continue to oc
cupy the former Bryant house
Allen Jones, day clerk at the
Heppner Hotel, was a Monday
dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Pete Lennon on Balm Fork. The
Lennons have purchased the
former Dykstra place.
Miss Shirley Wilkinson and
and Dick Wilkinson left Tues
day by aula for Laramie, Wyo.
where they will visit their sister,
Mrs. Walter Oslund for 10 days.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Morris are
the parents of an eight and
half pound son, Paul Clifford,
born Aug. 20 at the Corda Sa-
ing home.
Mrs. Billy Schwarz and son of
The Dalles are visiting at the
Henry Schwarz home this week.
Mrs. Clara Slocum and Mrs,
Katie Slocum drove to Golden-
dale and Yakima Wash, to visit
friends a few days this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson
and children of Monumet visited
er parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. D.
Bailey on Monday. On Friday
another daughter and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Scott and
children of Kelso, Wash, arrived
for a brief visit.
Austin McAfee, recently dis
charged from the Seabees, is
visiting friends in Heppner.
Mrs. Dick Lawrence returned
Thursday from Klamath Falls
where she has been recuperating
from a recent operation at the
ome of her sister, Mrs. John
P. W. Mahoney, Orville Smith
and Jack Forsythe returned last
weekend from Chicago and Mil
waukee, where Mr. Forsythe
flew them for a week's business
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Anderson
and Mrs. Hilma Anderson left
Thursday by train for St Louis,
Mo. where they will spent 10
days with Mr. Anderson's sister,
Mrs. Martin Johnson.
Reese Burkenbine and son
Forrie and Bobby Jones and
Bud and Wavne Hanlon of Pas
co had a successful fishing trip
at Magone lake over the week
end. The Burkenbines returned
to Heppner Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Turner and
family and Miss Marian Miller
returned Tuesday from Lehman
Springs where they enjoyed a
week's vacation.
Miss Marie Healy, who is em
ployed at the First National
bank in Portland, is spending
her vacation with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Healy.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cherry of
Portland were in Heppner a few
hours Wednesday on their way
from Condon to Hermiston.
They are spending their vaca
tion with relatives in each
place. Mr. Cherry was a former
depot clerk here.
Mr. and Mrs. Clive Huston
moved Tuesday from their Eight
mile home to the Charles Egan
property on Baltimoe which
they recently purchased. Mrs.
Egan and daughter Frances are
living in Portland now.
Mr. uid lira. Algott Lundell left
tor Richmond Calif, this week to vli
It at the horn of their aon Charles.
Mr. and Mra. Don Hallker attended
the wedding In Portland of Mlaa
Grace Zink and Malcolm McKennon.
The bride li a cousin of Mr. Hellker.
Rev. W. R. Patterson, mission
ary for chldren'a orphanage will hold
firvlree at the Cooperative church
Sunday evening.
lone school will open Sept. 9.
Orlo Martin flew from Wasco Mon
day morning and visited with hii
mother-in-law, Mra. Anne Bmouse.
Mr. Martin la part owner of the
Cutting Down Rifles
Work of Hobbyists
Allen Case, Howard Bryant
and Bill Cox are cutting down
heavy army rifles into sleek
sporting guns as a hobby. Rig
ging up a shop in the rear of
the Case Furniture store a
month ago, the three gunsmiths
are now working on six rifles
obtained through the National
Rifle association. The guns will
be cut down from 11 pounds
in weight to about six and a half
pounds each and will feature
ivory inlays -in the stocks, the
men said.
Wheatgrowers of
County Enlisting
Under FCI Banner
Morrow county wheat wowers
ffenerally are enlisting under the
federal crop insurance banner
symbolizing income security for
the years 1947-48-49, declares
luamta Rietmann, county sales-
Mrs. Rietmann is personally
contacting as many wheat farm
ers as possible in the sales cam
paign which started last week
and will continue until the dead
line date, Sept. 28.
She is emphasizing that fed
eral crop insurance premiums
only the cost or losses with the
federal government standing the
cost of overhead to bring to
wneat producers an income suf
ficient to pay cost of production
and a living regardless of de
struction to the crop by natural
enemies. Lower premium rates
and higher yields for alt wheat
farms in the county for 1947 re
flect Morrow county s recent
highly productive years with
small loss from natural causes
The program was introduced
into Morrow county anew last
year when contracts covering
142 farms were signed for the
three year period. Many who
signed these contracts are can
celling them by signing the new
1947-48-49 contract which gives
them advantage of the higher
yields and lower rates establish
ed for 1947.
Brides-To-Be Are
Honored With Gift
Parties During Week
Miss Kingsley Chapin of Port
land was the guest of honor at
a -bridal shower given Saturday
afternoon by Mrs. James G.
Barratt Jr. and Mrs. Willard A.
Blake at the D. A. Wilson home.
Court whist was enjoyed. before
the presentation of gifts. Prizes
were won bv Mrs. Doris Gaily
and Airs. Jack Merrill of Klam
ath Falls.
Other guests were Mrs. Am
brose Chapin of Portland, Mrs.
D. A. Wilson, Mrs. Sadie Sigs
bee, Mrs. W. F. Barratt, Mrs.
Don Greenup, Mrs. Cyrene Bar
ratt, Miss Rosetta Healy, Mrs.
James Healy, Mrs. Paul Hisler,
Miss Joan and Miss Francine
Hisler, Mrs. Josephine Mahoney
and Wanda Hodge.
Miss Chapin will become the
bride of Charles iHodge Jr.
Sept. 19 at Grace Memoial
church in Portland.
Miss Merlyn Kirk was honored
with a bridal shower given by
Mrs. Letha Archer, Mrs. Ora
Wyland and Mrs. Alta Brown
last Thursday evening at the
Brown home. Miss Kirk will be
come the bride of Donald Rob
inson of Hardman following
his discharge from Madigan
hospital in Fort Lewis, Wash.
Attractive floral decorations
included large bouquets of gla
dioli and dahlias sent by Mrs.
Payne of Hermiston. Mr. Rob
inson also sent a corsage of car
nations to the honored guest.
The gift table was decorated
with hearts and love birds' de
signed by Mrs. Brown. Games,
the presentation of gifts and
serving of refreshments occupi
ed the evening.
Guests included the Misses
Louise Green, Marjorie Peter
son, Barbara Ledbetter, Helen
Blake and Maxine Talier and
the Mesdames John Hiatt, Em
ma Evans, Loyd Burkenbine,
Earl Evans, Don Evans, George
Krebs of Portland, Earl Gilliam,
Clayton Wright, Roy Robinson,
Oran Wright, Claude Graham,
Paul Brown, Blanche Brown,
Roy Thomas, Loyal Parker, Or
al Scott, Merle Kirk, and Dur
ward Tash.
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Honoring Mrs. Ilene Laughlin
Friday evening, Mrs. Henry
Happold, Mrs. Bert Kane, Mrs.
John Saager and Mrs. Roberta
Bergevin entertained with a
bridal shower at the Kane home.
Refreshments were served to
over 50 guesst following a social
evening and the opening of
gifts. Mrs. Jasper Crawford
played piano selections. .
Mrs. Laughlin will be married
Sept. 9 to Lester Wyman at St.
Patrick's Catholic church.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sliger of
Albany spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. John Saager. Mr.
Sliger, an official in the Veter
ans' administration, was on a
business, trip here and in Con
don. Mrs. Sliger and Mrs. Saa
ger are cousin,
Heppner, Oregon, Thursday, August 29, 1946
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They do say this young lady is camera shy and the photog had
to use all the tricks of his trade to get a picture of her. But here
she is in all her Rodeo finery ready to rule over the big 1946
show Queen Darlene I of the Heppner Rodeo
News Briefs
Pvt. George Eldon Tucker
left for Virginia after a week's
visit at the home of his mother,
mrs. miiarea tucker. He is a
typist clerk in the air corns and
has been stationed at Denver.
While here his brother Edwin
telephoned for a brief visit with
the heme folks. ' !
Circuit Judge Calvin L. Sweek
of Pendleton is in a Portland
hospital where he will undergo
an operation.
Mrs. Olive D. Bassett left Sa
turday for her home in Long
Beach following a month's vis
it with her daughter, Mrs. Joe
Hughes and family. She rode to
Portland with Marvin Brannon.
who had been visitig his broth
er, J. H. Brannon and family.
Rev. Joe lewett, minister: at
the Heppner Church of Christ,
drove to Salem Wednesday , to
attend an executive committee
meeting of the church. He was
accompanied by Mrs. L. D. Neill
who will remain to visit relatives
in Salem and Portland, and Joe
Hughes, who took his daughter,
Mary Olive Hughes back to
The Rev. and Mrs. Glen P.
White and son, David, of Free-
water were guests of Mr. and
of the week. Rev. White was
Mrs. Tom Wells the latter part
formerly partor of the Methodist
church here.
Mr. and Mrs. Robrt Grabill
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Has
vold were business visitors in
Walla Walla Wednesday.
G. Carlson of the State In
dustrial Accident commission
was a business visitor in Hepp
ner this week.
The Women's Society of
Christian Service will postpone
its regular meeting from Sept. 4
to Sept. 11 at 2:30 p.m. at the
Chrustian chuch.
Harold Case of Clatskam ar
rived Wednesday for a few days
visit with his father, M. L. Case.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ouacken-
bush and daughter spent Sun
day in Dayville with Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Loyal R. Parker
left Tuesday on a three-day bus
iness trip to Spokane, Wash.
James Kenny, who has been in
the Pacific for nearly two years,
arrived in Seattle Monday from
lapan. He will be discharged
from the army and expects to be
home soon. James is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Kenny.
Mrs. R. B Smith of Wood
bine. Iowa, arrived this week
for a visit .with her brother, Har
ry Sherman and family.
Mrs. Mabel Yackley of Hills-
boro is spending the week at the
home of her daughter, mrs. isei
son Anderson. Sunday Mrs.
Yackley and Mr. and Mrs. An
derson and family drove to Wal
la Walla.
Mr. and Mrs. Huns Halseth
and daughter of Great Falls,
Mont, are visiting at the home
of his brother, Jack Halseth,
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Smith
are at home again after spend
ing the summer at Greeley,
where Mr. Smith attended sum
mer school at the University ot
Colorado. Mr. Smith will have
charge of the music in the local
schools this year.
I. S. Malchow of Pendleton
spent Sunday at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. Conley Lanham
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shan
non are the parents of an eight
and a half pound daughter Joan
Inez born Aug. 17 at the Corda
Saling home.
Elbert Akers, discharged this
month after serving four and a
half years in the nnvy, was in
heppner Tuesday renewing ac
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Around Town
quaintances. He is now located
in lone.
W. A. Sloan of Heppner Junc
tion is spending a few days at
the Heppner Hotel this week.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Ouackenbush last week were
her sister and husband, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Hargin and son of Mc
Minnville. The Hargins are now
visiting another sister, Mrs. Ed
Kelly and family at Monument.
Miss Grace Gadeken left early
this week for her home in Bush-,
nell, Neb. Enroute she will visit
an older brother in Denver.
Miss Gadeken will attend the
wedding of a youngr brother
Sept. 1 in Bushnell and play the
wedding marches. She expects
to be away two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Driscoll
and children and Mr. and Mrs.
Bruce Lindsay and daughter will
spend the week-end in Board-
man with Mr. and Mrs. A. R.
Former, parents of Mrs. Driscoll
and Mrs. Lindsay.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Moyer
went to Pendleton today to
bring back their two month's old
daughter from St. Anthony's
hospital where she has been un
dergoing observation and treat
ment for heart trouble the past
Mrs. Lulu Johnson of Hono
lulu was visiting friends in the
city this week having just at
tended a reunion of the Tippets
families in Enterprise. Mrs.
Johnson will rturn to Pearl Har
bor in October where she is em
ployed as a civilian nurse at the
Naval Air station. She was ac
companied by her daughter,
Mrs. Claire Clark and they were
on their way back to Mrs.
Clark's home in Eugene.
Robert McMurdo has returned
from a visit to Ontario and is
again at the home of his bro
ther, Dr. A. D. McMurdo.
Mayor and Mrs. J. 0. Turner
returned home Wednesday eve
ning after a week's vacation in
Portland and along the coast.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Blake
have purchased the home of Ed
win Dick Jr. on Cannon. The
Dicks will move to the Court
apartments and Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Happold will move from
the former Curran apartments to
the house vacated by Blakes on
Center street.
Miss Joyce Trowbridge of
John Day visited the first of the
week with her sister and hus
band, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Loyd.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hayes
expect to move into their new
home the end of this week.
They purchased the Max Harris
home on Court street and have
been remodeling it.
Major and Airs. William Poul
son were week-end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. V. Crawford. Ma
jor Poulson recently returned
from Korea and Mrs. Poulson
has been teaching in the Los An
geles schools.
Mrs. J. O. Hager left last
week for Lawton, Okla. where
she was called by the serious
illness of her daughter, Mrs. C.
A. Shaw (Harriet Hager). Mrs.
C. C. Patterson of Snohomish.
Wash, is here during her sister's
Mrs. Ellis Hendrickson of San
Leandro, Calif, spent the week
end with her mother, Mrs, Em
ma Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Kenny of
Pendleton were week-end guests
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John F. Kenny.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Grady
spent Sunday at the Rufus Piper
ranch at Lexington.
Dean Voile, former Heppner
resident, is here from Idaho vi
siting Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harris
on Rhea creek.
Prowlers Break
Into Two Stores
Prowlers broke into the Va.
riety Store and Rosewall Motor
company this week but did not
take anything from either place
Sheriff C. I. D. Bauman renort.
ed today. Except for breaking a
lock and window to gain en
trance, no damage was done at
either place.
Last week the Central Market
was entered by prowlers who
took neither goods, or money
i iic anenir ana ponce are keep-
a ciose cneck on the case
Bauman said.
Sheriff Bauman and Harry
Tamblyn apprehended (ess Fin
ley Brown in Bend last Wednes
day and brought him back to
Heppner on charges of non-sup-
ijuii. orown is now out on bail.
All punch boards have been
taken out of Morrow county fol
lowing an order from the state
attorney general last week ban
ning operation of the boards,
uaunian announcea.
Forest Engineer Paul Taylor
ana nanger uienn Jorgensen ac
companied Bill Sutton and Hal
Piper of the Hepper Lumber
company on an msoection trin
for a proposed new road loca-
tiontrom bunflower Flat to the
Van Dusen ranch. The Heppner
Lumber company is in need of
a new road in this area to en
able the company to log its Wall
creek timber holdings to Hepp
ner. Bert Bleakman and his crew
have completed a new cattle
guard at Big Cat springs on the
Western Route road.
Glenn Parsons, Louis Gilliam
and Orville Corley have been
busy this past week moving the
Willow creek telephone line to
facilitate the proposed road relo
cation work to be done by the
T. G. Scott and wife stopped
on the Heppner district last
Thursday evening enroute to
Montana. They visited their son
Bob in the suppression crew at
Bull Prairie. When they return
they are taking Bob with them
to Portland. Mr. Scott is in
charge -of the garage in the sub
division part of the Bonneville
Power administration.
Mrs. Orville Corley and fam
ily of Pendleton visited Mr. Cor
ley at Ditch creek over the
A lightning storm which oc
curred late Tuesday set two
fires on the Ukiah district in
the Buckaroo flat area. Arbuc-
k e mountain sighted them and
he reported seeing 24 strikes
during the storm, ranging from
Buckaroo to Battle mountain.
Erection of the Arbuckle tow
er has begun as of Tuesday.
Carl McDaniel reports having
taken 52 coyotes and bobcats co
far this month.
Post and wood permits have
been issued to H. Padberg and
Ben Anderson of Heppner and
John Murtha of Condon.
The fire weather and risk has
been great the past week with a
6-day most of the time. Tues
day the risk went from one to
News From Irrigon
Wesey Pulley died in the Hermis--ton
hospital Wednesday and was bu
ried at the Echo cemetery following
services at the franns Funeral Home
by Rev. Wallace Winquist. Mr. Pul
ley made his home with his sister
Mrs. Chris Strauser when taken 111!
He was born at Bridal Veil Ore.
gon and was 48 years old.
The A. E. Stephens have been
redecorating the interior of their
house this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graybeal and f.
mily. Mr. and Mrs. Fred H.me-htnn
Marlene Markham and J. O. Swerln
Ben were among Irrigon people in
Pendleton this week.
Lavern Wiliams and Dolores
Thornton were married at the
Thornton home at Kellogg Ida. Sun
day. The young couple spent several
months In Irrigon before going t0
Ordnance to work. He Is Mrs. Mar
tin Abken's brother. The newlyweds
will make their home at Ordnance.
Mrs. Atlee Petterson and son Rich
ard of San Jose Calif, left Monday
after spending a few days at the
home of her uncle, I.ee Smith.
Mrs. Ruth Umiker and two daugh
ters arrived home Monday evening
after spending the slimmer at Aurora
with her sister. Mrs. Nellie Netter
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Smith went to
Walla Walla Tuesday.
The Assembly of God rampmeeting
at Pendleton was closed Sunday. Rev.
A. B. Turner rame home Monday.
The rest of the crowd came home
Sunday night.
Ponad Houghton, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Kred !l0ughton graduated from
the University of Colorado Aug. 24.
He Is a civil engineer.
Mrs. Mildred Ilancy left for her
home In Spokane Saturday after
spending more than a week with her
daughter. Mrs. Calvin Allen and her
Roy Stamp of Heppner spent Sun
day with his sisters. Mrs. C, W.
Acock and Mrs. J. A. Shoun.
The school house looks quite nice
since it has Its slate shingles on. It
Is a light green color and can not
burn from 'sparks as the regular
shingles might.
Parade, Carnival, Wild Stock
To Be Offerings for Visitors
To Heppner's 1946 Rodeo
Miniature Rodeo
At Loyd Saddle Shop
A colorful, miniature rodeo is
in full swine in the wind nf
Loya Bros, baddle shop on Main
street. Tom and Jack Loyd de
signed me original setting of six
-nutes, a corral, Indian tepee
ind western SDectators ?np-,'oi
feature is an arrav of mmin
horses and Brahmas.
cowboy figures,, steers bucking
iv-i me iieiu oi action on a con
tinuous revolving belt. Pulleys
.'or the belt were turned nt n
i lathe in the shop.
FOR JULY. 1946. 8
The minutes of the Jun. lUfi
terra were read and approved.
Court orders that
.u trews oe given increase in
Pay of 50 cents per day.
Court orders that the following
salaries he paid per month starting
July 1, 1946: Deputy county clerk
$150.00; deputy tax collector, $160;
deputy assessor. $140-00; assistant
tax collector. $130.00 ni it.
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The Court orders that the ad.
joining proDertv tn tK
xiuuse De bougnt from Jewel W
and Iqinrs lf IT r
e nager ior the ram
w said property to be
used for the sum of ?tl,i.t,-dl
used for a Morrow
The Court also nnl. k 1 :
- , j .c levies
i uie various school districts cit
ies, fire protection districts ' and
rolls"5' hospltal pUced on tax
The following Rsnn' A;
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claim was ordered paid: Cleve Van
tKhoiack in the amount of $15 64.
- luuuvraig county property
was ordered sold: Lt 1 in
A of the Original Town of Hard
man for the minimum price of $15
cash; Lots 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 and 10
in Block 36 of the town of Irrigon,
Oregon for the minimum price of
$100.00, cash.
Warrants issued:
Edna Hughes, Dep. clerk $ 123.60
r ranees Mitchell, Dep. Sher. 139 90
Adlel Forster, office clerk 111.40
Oliv B. Hughes, Dep. Assess. 125.00
Sadie E. Parrish, Supt Asst. 51.90
Tilman Hogue, janitor 111.30
Dr. A. D. McMurdo, Phys. 25.00
Susie W. Miller. Ct. ReDortex 33.37
J. G. Barratt, county court 21.36
Margaret Gillis, Co. nurse 146.40
First Natl. Bank of Portland,
withhokUnff tax - - ISfi B7
Shorb's Stationery. Ct Hse. 26.00
Oregon State Library, libra
ry appropriation 35)
C W. Barlow. Cur. Exo. 100
Pacific Stationery & Printing
o-, cierK 85.00
Bert Johnson, County court 19.25
Heppner Gazette Times,
ouicial publication 92.25
Susie W. Miller, Circuit Ct 121
C. J. D. Bauman, circuit Ct 22.35
J. D. Bauman, sheriff 53.20
Melvin J. Smith, Bang's dis
ease Control 12.00
Lovinger Disinfectant Co-,
court house 26.74
P. W. Mahoney, Dist Atty. 55.00
btate Dept o Agri., district
sealer 4.95
faciiic Tel. & Tel, current
expense 5044
Lucy E. Rodgers, Supt 10 00
Lucy E. Rodegrs, Sup. Mile. 36-90
J. O. Hager, justice court 153
Robert S. Farrell Jr., accountants-audits
Pacific Power & Light Co.
court house 2302
Cleve H. VanSchoiack, Bangs'
disease control 15.64
Central Market, jail 599
C J. D. Bauman, sheriff 8 40
Wist Coast Printing & Bind
ing Co. clerk 6-00
Pac. Sta. & Prtg. Co., clerk 8.67
L. D. Weill, county court 21.90
St Ind. Acci. Comm., Sher. 3.U
Bert Johson, Judge, Gen.
assistance 103-64
Nat Assn. 0 Co. officias
emergLiicy 175 M
Inland tonpire Waterways
Assn, Pub- and Adv. 250.00
L. D. Neill, old age assict a. aim
L. D. Neill, aid to Dep. Chil'n 63 60
L. D. Neill, aid to blind 11.40
Public Lands Committee,
Federal Tax committee 125.00
Kosewall Motor company 93.25
Braden Tractor 5t Equipment
company 1445
O. K. Rubber Welders 171.08
Union OU company 101-22
City of Heppner Water Dept 2 45
Nelson Equipment Co. 22.03
Hodge Chevrolet Co. 14.65
Jack Allen Supply Co. 54 03
St. Ind. Acci. Comm. 107 01
Connor's Auto Supply 7.25
Keiuieth Orwick 18.12
Montgomery Ward & Co. 702.73
Heppner Lumber Company 142.96
One Thompson 4 20
Harold W llson 20 00
Wendell Aldrich 148.87
Keith Marshall 108-34
Raymond Turner 90,87
H. Si'erer 249.75
Edwin Bucknutn 171.25
Kenneth Orwick 126.77
A. J. Chatfee 16445
Chus. Williams 8445
Frank Nixon 29.85
W. Cutuiitigliam 179.15
Wnu Harrison 139 95
Walter GUman f 164.45
Hurold Wilson 153.51
Alan Johnston 16085
William Heath 140.00
Robert Taylor 140.48
Jack Slocum 18715
Lyle Mulkiy 179.76
Uene Mulkcy 84.64
Columbia Equipment Co. 37.95
Union Pacific Railroad Co. 18.31
First National Bank of Port
land 165.20
Standard OU Company 3043
Volume 63, Number 23
Bands, the best riding horses
in the country, floats from all
over Morrow county, pets and
novelty displays are scheduled
to appear in the Heppner Rodeo
parade to be held at 10 a m,
Saturday, Sept. 7, rodeo offici
als announced today. Queen
Darlene I and her court will be
at the head of the parade and
Harry Dinges, secretary of the
Rodeo association, will carry
the flag.
Invitations have been sent to
the Mustangers of Pendleton,
the trail Dusters of Hermiston
and the Grant County board of
directors for the royal court and
delegation from that county
to participate in the parade, of
ficials stated. The Heppner and
Irrigon bands will play in the
parade and be in the grandstand
at the rodeo grounds Fridav and
Saturday according to present
plans. Children under 12 with
their pets are invited to march
in the festive parade.
A western, festive atmosphere
was added to Main street Thurs
day morning when a variety of
rodeo and welcoming flags were
strung up and down the street
and festooned over the business
The new bleachers at the rodeo
grounds, seating 350, have been
finished and the old grandstand
is being reinforced and re-roofed,
Harry Dinges pointed out.
New corrals and calf chutes are
being completed while the
grounds are being put in top
condition. Work at the grounds
is under the supervision of E. C.
Dougherty, W. .E. ifughes Jam
es Valentine and Frank Turner.
This Saturday Queen Darlene
I and Princesses Gwen Cole
man, Jean Hanna, Betty Sme
thurst and Betty Lovgren and
the Heppner Rodeo board of di
rectors will participate in the
dress up parade for the Pen
dleton . Koundup.
The Queen's dance will be
held this Saturday evening at
the Fair pavilion with music by
Farrow's orchestra from Long
Creek. Prizes will be presented
to the best dressed cowgirl and
cowboy at the dance.
Dodge's Greater Shows will
set up their carnival and circus
Thursday, Sept. 5 across from
Morrow county Creamery and
operate through Sunday, rodeo
oppicials said. The biggest show
ever to come to Heppner, the
carnival will include 25 conces
sions, a ferris wheel, six special
rides, ponies, special free cir
cus acts and a small animal me
nagerie, elephant and lion.
The rodeo directors and their
wives were entertained by Presi
dent and Mrs. Lee Beckner with
a chicken dinner and social eve
ning last Saturday at the Beck
ner home in lone. Gene Nor
moyle, accompanied by his wife,
entertained with vocal solos.
Those present included Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Hughes, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Dinges, Mr. and
Mrs. Claude Buschke, F. W. Tur
ner, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dough
erty and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan
Horse racing will be left open
and will be made up of stock
on the grounds at the rodeo, it
was decided at a business meet
ing of the directors, held after
the social hour at the Beckner
home. Tickets are selling very
satisfactorily, it was reported.
State and city police and ro
deo officials today asked the
public to park their cars in town
and walk to the rodeo grounds
to avoid traffic congest.on and
accidents. Drivers are also ask
ed to park on sidestreets Friday
night to clear Main street tor
the parade Saturday morning.
McCurdys Hosts
To Rodeo Royalty
Mr. and Mrs. ' Harlan McCtir
dv entertained in honor of the
royal .court of the rodeo with a
dinner Wednesday night at the
Lucas Place. President and M's
Lee Beckner or the Rodeo as 1C
lation were also special guests.
Parade plans were discussed
during the evening. The court in
cludes Queen Darlene Biddle
and Princesses Gwen Coleman,
lean Hanna, Betty Lovgren and
Betty Smethurst.
KlMe sehool 9 45. C. W. Barlow
Supt. "
Morning worship it am. Communi
on ana pnuehliiK. Semon topic "The
Call to The Hurvint
Because the Methcxllut cliunh U
without a minister the member of
the Methodist church will share our
worship with us. Next Suiiilay. 8pt i
we shall all worship n the Methodist
Christian Endeavor 7 UU p.m. Color
film on India.
Evangelistic service 8 00 p.m. Her
mon topic "What Christ Expects ot
Hl Church."
XspwjnilJ, '.II.UM HiVMt V'MW
evening at It o'clock. In the church
Collins Concrete & Steel piiw
CO. 2,90550
James M. & Jewell W. Hafci-r,
hcjBpital fund 750 00
James M. Moiiaiuin, dotf fund 35 00