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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, May 5, 1949
A crop of l.fCO.OOiUXX) bushels
of w inter v. lira! is now esiimatod.
This estimate would make it the
Mr. and Mrs. Geoge Thomas
of Cortland are visiting with
ihfir a in in-law and d.uiphter.
Mr InH Mr Ii;.!!.!- r f.inl
U r.w Thomas and family will s,vom1 lart-',,s' rroP of win,er
tor. lor a visit on the way from 011 r',''"r'i-
lourv J-'fld, IVnver. (ul
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C. A. Office
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cer Only 3. 00 a year lena officers
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High School Frosh
Take Banking Course
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r. i't IS 'I , . . - S i ington unit were present, Mr
k? t 1"" i 1 i Leonard.
-J( ,;-. -i '.'Wf' 4Ct-4f ' ATTENDED HOUSING TOUR
? -.V ,,. .-. , ; 'Sr V Miss Mabel Wilson was one of
Freshmen students of the gen.
oral mathematics class at the
niK" scnooi went in for some
! practical training last Friday
French will 'when, with their teacher, Mrs. li
serve as chairman of the Lena 1 1- Clary, they visited the bank,
extension unit next year. Assist- Merle Beeket, hank manager,
nig her will be Mrs Violet Swag- was ready for them and divided
cart as vice chairman and Mrs. the group in sections which pass
l.dwin Hughes as secretary. This led from one instructor to anoUier.
unit met Thursday at the home las they studied the business of
of Mrs. Vera Berry to discuss : handling the money of the com
lamily relationships. miiitily.
included in the visiting group
r.H-A CREEK ELECTS
Mrs Ben Anderson will serve a
chairman of the Rhea Creek
home extension unit for 19-49-50.
Mrs. Walter Wiight will he the
group's vice chairman and Mrs.
Harold Wright past president, is
the new secretary. This unit met
with the Heppner unit Tuesday
at the home of Mrs. Ralph Thom
pson. 23 women heard Mrs. Edith
Freeman discuss family relation,
ships. Two visitors from the Lex
were Dale Baker, Llwavne B
strom. Marilyn Begstrom, t
Connor, Keith Connor, Marletie I
AT STUD Jeohol A.H.C. 3657
Sire, Islam 1709 Dam, Rustalla 2207
Foaled Feb. 16, 1946
FEE $50.00. Return privilege for '49
season. Accommodations for mares.
Sandhollow Hereford Ranch
Merlyn Robinson 2F33 Heppner
THREE LINKS CLUB
Lexington Red & White Store
Saturday, May 7 1 0:30 A. M.
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The lone Clothing club met
Saturday afternoon with six
memhers present to further work
on their garments. Miss Wilson
and Mrs. McCabe were present.
Mrs. Walter Wright has turned
in the program of work for her
Sewing club. Completion of this
planned program enables that
club to receive a charter.
Miss Wilson attended the bas-
Duran. Jo Jean Dix, Afton Eber- ! ket social at Boardman Saturday
hardt, Nancy Ferguson, Dunn. i evening where the profits went
Gayhart. Rieta Graves, Floyd to the new 4-H building. The
Green. Alien Hughes. Benuee ! i?ranp hall was nverflowine. ev.
Huston. Mickey Lanham, Eugene !en on that rainy night, of old and
Miller, Helen Renoe, Lynn Rill, 'young. All goes to show that
Sharlene Rill, Lillie Runyan, I when that Boardman bunch de
Charles Stout, Roy Taylor, Ken-leided to put on a community
neth Turner, Donald Woods, Jack i extent thev reallv eo all out to
Heppner Ph. 1 12
The Dalles Phone 2635
114 E. 2nd St
"We Go Anywhere.Anytime"
the 104 persons who attended the
tour of new and remodeled hom
es in Hood River county last week
nesday. Five homes were visited
and the major changes were not
ed with their significance to the
family living in those homes.
This is one of the methods of the
extension service to interest rural
families in seeking help with
housing problems, major or mi
nor. R. G. Johnson former head of
the Animal Husbandry depart
ment, Oregon State college, now
with private cattle concerns in
Venezuela, South America, stop
ped at the county agent's of
fice the fore part of the week.
"R. G." is taking a short vacation
in Oregon before taking over di
rection of the interests of a Ven
ezuelan cattle company and is
visiting for a few days at the
home of Steve Thompson. He has
many interesting experiences in
developing the livestock industry
of that country.
j Appearance of urinary calculi
in cattle in some parts of eastern
: Oregon has led to inquiry at the
veterinary department of O.S.C.
experiment station which has
just issued a circular of informa
tion on the subject written by Dr.
O. H. Muth, station veterinarian.
Urinary calculi are defined as
hard, chemical substances that
form in the bladder or urinary
tracts ranging in size from sand
like grains to bodies several
inches in diameter. When serious
they stop the passage of urine
After giving reports of research
carried on in other. places yi this
problem. Dr. Muth says that so
far its occurrence in Oregon is si
irregular as to make field experi
mental work difficult.
He recommends that simple
surgical treatment be obtain-1
when serious cases are discover
ed. Those experiencing this trn .
hie in thir herds are asked to
inform their county agent who
will forward samples of stones
to the college for study, since
more information on the situa
tion in Oregon is desired.
Yeager, George Wickes.
Hysell and Ronald i'eck
Mr. Becket win continue
instruction Friday, when he
again meet with the class.
This trip is a continuation of
the workshop extension ccu..-e
which was recently given under
the direction of the state depart
ment of higher education.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fox spent
a few hours in Heppner Saturday
afternoon from their home in
Wentchee, Wash. The former El
sie Cowins and Mr. Fox were
married April 1 in Boise, Idaho
and went from there to Portland
on the 12th, arriving there in time
to experience the earthquake.
Having planned a wedding trip
through part of the Puget Sound
area they had an opportunity to
see the damage wrought by the
quake to Olympia and other
towns of western Washington,
with most of the brick chimneys
shattered and many buildings
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Holldiay of
Portland announce the birth of a
seven-pound daughter early this
morning at Portland. Grandpar
ents are Sam Holliday of Hil lis
ter. Mo. and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Pieper of Lexington. John Pieper
is the baby's great grandfather.
The little girl, Marcia - Rolleen.
make it a success. Local talent
made up the entertainment for
the floor show including the 4-H
Saturday, April 23, the Singing
Stitchers 'and Cooks held their
meeting at Harold Pecks resi
dence. This was a big day for the
Sewing II girls as they were able
to cut out their dresses. The
Cooks each brought three or four
cookies for the rest of the girls
to judge. We all thought they
were very good.
Marlene and Nanette Griffith
were absent at this meeting. The
officers and the rest of the girls
in our club were present. Our
leader and four ladies were there
too. The meeting ended with re
freshments of punch and cake.
Patricia Peck, reporter.
Ronald Baker, 4-H club mem
ber of lone, is putting into prac
tice some training he has receiv
ed as a club member. Last winter
Ronald attended the sheep shear
ing school put on by the state
4-H club office in cooperation
with Sunbeam Corporation. Me
thods of shearing were taught
at this school.
Ronald has just completed
shearing his flock of 9 ewes car
ried as a 4-H club project. Flee
ces weighed an average of eight
pounds for the Hampshire-Suf-
Ifolk cross ewes, with the Targee
iewes fleeces running as high as
has the distinction of being th
first girl in the Pieper family! 17 pounds in weight.
and is causing much happiness ' plans to shear ewes for 4-H club
for them all. members now.
ALL SAINTS MEMOFIAL
Holy communion 8 a. m.
Church school 9:45 a. m.
Holy communion and sermon
11 a. m.
Evening prayer and instruction
Junoir VPF 6:30 p. m.
Senior YPF 7:30 p m.
Week Day Services:
Wednesday, Holy communion
10 a. m.
Friday, Holy communion 7:30
Choir practices: Girls, at 4 p.
m. Wednesday; bovs, 4 p. m.
Thursday; adults, 8 p. m. Thursday.
G. Barratt took his converted into a raging torrent
for a lew hours the afternoon
of February 21, withthe result
that the county has been put
to great expense, and residents
of the vicinity to great incon
venience. Road conditions are
being improved out that way
and travel is once more safe,
if a bit raugh in places.
comera along when he and
members of the county court
went on an inspection trip a
few weeks ego and these pic
tures reveal some of the havoc
wreaked upon roads and bridg
es in the Sand Hollow district.
The ordinarily dry channel was
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Omar Rietman lone, Oregon
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The Gazette Times
The Heppner Gazette, established
March 30, 1883. The Heppner
Times, established November
18, 1897. Consolidated Feb. 15,
Published every Thursday and
entered at the Post Office at
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Starting the first Saturday in May and continuing- through the summer months, the Saturday evening
shows will start at 7 p. m. Sunday afternoon shows will continue to start at 1 p. m. and other evening
shows, besides Bator -lay, at 7:30 p. m.
Snnday shows contlnnous starting at 1 p.m. All other
liows starat at 7:30 p.m. Boxofiice open evenings
until 9 p.m.
Thursday-Friday-Saturday, May 5-6-7
(The Stury of a Home)
William Bishop, Virginia Patton
A tlKiruiiBlily ilknhln western melodrama based
on an O. Henry story.
So This Is New York
Radio Comedian Henry Morgan, Rudy
Vallee, Hugh Herbert, Bill Goodwin,
Leo Corcey, Virginia Gray, Dona
Drake, Jerome Cowan
It's original, funny and frih nonsense! Based
on King Lardner's "The Big Town".
Saturday show HtHrtH at 7 p.
r'riiiay start at 7:30.
m. Thursday and
Sunday-Monday, May 8-9
Words and Music
June Allyson, Perry Como, Judy Garland,
Lena Home, Gene Kelly, Ann Sothern,
Mickey Rooney, Tom Drake, Cyd
Charlsse, Betty Garrett, Janet Leigh
The gre:ilet all-star musical cast 111 lii.itory.-.in
the last word in Terlinicolor MuhIcuIs! A score
of Rodtfers and Hart souks to make your heart
Sunday, May 8 Is Mother's
this grand entertainment!
Iay... treat her to
Tuesday-Wednesday, May 10-11
The Man From Colorado
Glenn Ford, William Holden, Ellen Drew,
Edgar Buchanan, Ray Collins
A rip-roaring film in the hexl western lladillon
...photographed In Technicolor.
Thursday-Friday-Salurday. May 12-13-14
Sons of Adventure
A mystcry-iidvcnliirc film wilh many
action st'(tn'ncrs performed by slunl men.
Belle Star's Daughter
George Montgomery, Rod Cameron, Ruth
Roman, Wallace Ford, Isabell Jewell
Into the Cimarron country came a new outlaw
queen, more exciting than Hello Btarr herself!