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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, November 3, 1949
C. A. Office
W ith Oic new 4-H club year be
ginning November 1, flub mom
born have been busy in recent
weeks peltinc Jirnjects lined up
for the new ye.u. Fourteen feeder
.steers are now on feed, most of
those to be fed out for the Oregon
Wheatprowers Lcapue 4 H frit
show and sale held in The Dalles
in June. Other club members are
wlecting calves and breeding
projects as fast as pood quality
animals become available.
During the last w eek or so Jan
et and John Howton, lone, have
purchased calves. John bought
his Angus calf from Jim Nelson
at Pilot Rock, while Janet select
ed her Hereford from the Bill
Smethurst herd. George Hermann,
FOR ONLY $1.50
A Hartlonl City. IrsJiana m:.n says. "1 have
brr-n troubled i;h my h(..:i g Kir th:ny
Jrar. But, OV'RINL criariKrd a" that Ani
I bear a-am." Yes, you too can hear aga:n
ft yon are hard ci hearing b-v-auc ol'
birflrnwl eCTM ear a lorTi:n;en vhich
can a f raase burrinc. r;rg:nc hra.i ro:sr.
OUKiNt, n AMA,;iN',. SCIENTIFIC
discovery is NOW ready tor oi:r use. The
C'!'R1E home irclriod e ill quick!? arid
eeirlt remove your hardened, races eat wax
ir. Jut few rrori-.ite ir. or own heme.
Get ClUKINE tixiav. X, Kuk. Your moT-ey
atace it you do r.ot hear bellrr at once. We
recotumerid and e-uarantee OURINE.
Humphrey's Drug Company
I.exinpton, also selected a Here
ford from the Smethurst herd. Du
ane Baker. lone, selected a Here
ford from the Evans Brothers
In the sheep breeding projects
some new additions have also
been made. Biggest addition is
eipht Columbia ewe lambs and a
i oiumbia ram purchased by Ron
ald Baker. lone. These were pur
chased from R. E. Brown, Boze
r an, Mont., the first of the Co
lombia breed to be brought into
Morrow county. Ronald also pur
chased a Southdown rom to head
his flock of Southdowns some
weeks ago. Joanne Wilson has
added two Targhee ewes to her
small flock purchased from Steve
Thompson, Heppner. Jim Wight
man is now in the registered
Hampshire sheep business along
with his sister, Peggy, after pur
chasing two Hampshire ewe
lambs from the John Ransier
flock. Joanne Brosnan, who is a
frst year club member, is winner
of the Eb Hughes sheep award, a
purebred Hampshire ewe that is
passed along each year to a wor
thy sheep club member. She took
possession of this ewe some time
Adding to purebred beef breed
ing projects were Retta and Dean
Graves who each purchased a
Shorthorn heifer from the T V
ranch last week.
A new project has been added
to 4-H club work. The project is
tractor maintenance which con
sistes of a series of lessons on
maintenance and minor adjust
ments of tractors and the periodic
servicing of a tractor. Club mem-
HBAf'S BEST BARGAIN
A good comfortable house three bedrooms, hardwood
floors, automatic hot-air furnace.
House sits on lot 60x100
Good location, good neighborhood. This is one of the
best buys in Heppner.
$2,500 cash will move you in with
Balance can be handled on monthly payments.
Tou'd better act at once. If you don't buy 111 sell it to
BOB R UN N I ON
bers carrying the project must lie
at least 12 years of age and pre
The project is being sponsored
by the General Petroleum Corpor- j
ation which is furnishing the ma
nuals, record books leader's ma-'
nuals, program guides and other j
materials for club members and i
leaders. GPC is also paying the
expenses of one leader from each
county to attend a three day
training clinic at Oregon State
college. Dick Wightman will at
tend the clinic from Morrow coun
ty. Boys interested in the project
should contact Mr. Wightman or
Word has been received from
Swift & Co. who purchased fat
steers from Duane Baker and
Jimmy Green at the Pacific In
ternational Livestock Exposition
that the carcasses of the calves
graded prime when slaughtered.
Both of these calves were Short
horns purchased from the Sherman-Ferguson
herd last fall. The
calf sold by Jimmy Green has a
dressing percent of 63.9, and the
steer sold by Duane Baker a dres
sing percent of 64.7.
Michael Staleup, Boardman,
has recently purchased a Here
ford yearling heifer from the
Double M Hereford ranch at Ad
ams. This fine heifer will be add
ed to Mike's many other 4-H club
projects. He also has an addition
of 15 registered spotted Poland
China pigs from two of his 4-H
Club members purchasing feed
er calves for projects the past
week were Marie Potts, Board
man, and Herbert Ekstrom, lone,
who secured calves from the John
Graves herd. Skip Ruhl, Lexing
ton, picked a Hereford steer and
heifer for 4-H fat and breeding
projects from the Ruhl herd.
Ronald and Duane Baker, lone
4-H club members, have again
added some outstanding Short
horn breeding stock to their 4-H
project. They were purchasers at
the recent Shorthorn sale and
show at Spokane. The boys pur
chased one bred and two open
heifers and one of the better bulls
consigned to the show and sale.
National 4-H Achievement
week, November 5-13, is observed
to emphasize the 4-H opportuni
ties afforded rural young people
and encourage those not yet en
rolled to join in keeping with en
rollment goals set.
Don't forget the organization
meeting for all livestock clubs
'which will be held at the recrea
jtion center in Heppner, Sunday
afternoon, November 6. All old
club members should bring a
Look Your Best
I i ' O. -5C 1
Dining out on Thanksgiv
ing? You'll want to look
your very best. You will look
your very best if you have us
clean and press your favorite
WE PICK UP AND DELIVER- JUST CALL 2592
STAR an REPORTER
friend or two who are interested
in Joining a 4-H club. Clubs will
be organized as to project officers
elected and leaders selected. We'll
see you all November 6 at 2 p. m.
MIMEOS FROM HDA DESK
Housing and Lighting
Many families are acutely in
terested in cood liehtine and ar
rangement of convenient outlets.
Now that several farm families
have received notices stating they
will get "juice" soon, they are
asking for help in selection of
adequate lamps. The L. A. Me
Cabes of lone is one of those fa
milies wanting the best in light
ing. Extensive remodelins has been
undertaken at the George Currins,
Walter Wrights, and Walter Jep-
sens. This indicates that alert
homemakers want efficient and
comfortable homes for their fam
ilies and are willing to do a lot
of hard work to get them.
Since poultry, especially tur
key, is one of the more economi
cal foods in October, a timely bul
letin is the USDA No. 2100, "Tur
key on the Table the Year
Complete with 40 pictures, it
offers methods of cutting turkeys
for halves, fourths, steaks, vari
ous turkey parts as well as cool
ing suggestions. Three pages of
recipes are given. Call or write
the Home Demonstration Asent,
RENOVATING FOR GARMENTS?
Methods of cleaning, softening,
pelts, dyeing, glazing, cutting,
sewing and fitting are available
at the HDA's office in Heppner.
IONE NEWS . . .
The youngsters enjoyed their
usual trick or treat stunts Mon
Mrs Cecil Thome returned last
week from Oaksdale Wash, where
she attended the funeral of her
brother-in-law, Lake Eagle. Her
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Wm. Eagle
and son John Charles returned
home with her.
The American Legion auxiliary
met in their hall Tuesday after
noon. Gifts were brought for the
Veteran hospital gift shop. All
gifts must be at the Nov. 15
meeting. Plans were made for a
card party Nov. 18. A recent food
sale netted $31.S6.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stevens
of Dayton, Ore. are visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Benge, in the
move to the ranch on Social
Ridge where they will make their
home. Mrs. Stevens is Mrs.
Benge's, sister and resided in
Heppner many years ago. Other
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Benge
last week were Mrs. Nellie Wil
lis of Portland and Mrs. Mary
Baird of Newberg, sisters of Mrs.
Stanley Minor returned home
Tuesday afternoon from St. An
thony's hospital where he has
been receiving treatment for in
juries sustained in a fall recently.
Charles Barlow went over after
aVimissioa prices afternoon and vetoing ataien ipev
clflcaUly idT-te4 to be otherwiMl Children! Eat,
Prie -It, Fed. lu .03, Total 30c; Grade and Hlfh
School Stndente It rears and over: Bit. Price .40,
Pad. Tax .10, Total Mo; Adults: Eat. Price) .Mo, Pod.
Tax .10, Total 60a Every child ooettpjl&B; a seat
nanat ha a ticket.
TtlwUn Serf ember 6 and continolnA- throug-h th. winter month, the Saturday ahow will itart t-t
7:30 ins-load ul 7 p. m. Sunday ahows trill continue to itart at 1 p. m. with th boxofllc remaining
open tmtil I p. n.
On aVnnistic Day, Friday, Hot ember 11 and on Thankagieing Day, Thoradny, Hov ember 24, the
ahow will etart at 7 p. re .. -
Thursdcxy. Friday-Saturday, Nov. 3-4-5
Brothers In The Saddle
Treachery puts TIM HOLT in a tough spot
in this rutted action film
The Lost Tribe
Johnny Weismuller. Myrna Dell, Elena
Thrills galore, wild animal scenes, con
Sunday-Monday, November 6-7
Bob Hope. Lucille Ball. William Demarest,
Bruce Cabot Thoraai Gomez, Mary Jane
Adapted from u story by Damon Hunvon;
foreword narrated by Walter Wimhell.
Due of the hottest hits to come out of the
stables . . . Jloes own version of one of
the worlds most tx-loved stories, "Little
Mis Marker" . . . It's a winning combination!
Tuesday-Wednesday, November 8-9
Robert Taylor. Ava Gardner. Charles
Laugbton, Vincent Price, John Hodiak.
Samuel S. Hinds
Exciting cops-and-robbers drama with the
type of acting you can expect from such a
Also, ENRIQUE MADRIGUERA and His
Orchestra; SCREEN SONG.
In China and Japan, windows
are usually covered with paper,
cloth or shell.
Heppner Ph. 112
The Dalles Phone 2635
114 E. 2nd St
"We Go Anywhere.Anytime"
To Give Your Portrait at
We will be in Arlington
every Wednesday and
Continued from Page 1
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Becket and
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Becket
spent Tuesday in Pendleton.
Hay Drake and son Douglas,
Earl and Len Gilliam are on their
annual elk hunt in the John Day
country. This is the 15th consecu
tie year that this party has hunt
ed elk together.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor of
Couer d'Alene, Ida. are the par
ents of a 7-pound son born Octo
ber 31 in that cty. Mr. and Mrs.
Kay Taylor of Heppner are grand
parents and L. W. Briggs is the
Mr. and Mrs. Harry O'Donnell
Sr. returned Tuesday evening
from a month's vacation trip
which took them to various plac
es in California.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Le
Grand departed Wednesday for
their home in Grants Pass after
spending several days here elk
hunting. During their visit to
Heppner they were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. A. A. Scouten.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parker of Bend
are spending several days here
during which time he is hunting
elk. Mr. Parker was at one time
in the local forestry office.
John Bergstrom, Mrs. R. D. All-
stott Jr., Gerald and Marilyn
Bergstrom made a busness trip
to Walla Walla, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davidson
returned the last of the week
from Baker where they spent a
week's vacation with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Burl Coxen have
returned to The Dalles after sev
era Idays visit to Heppner friends
and relatives. During their stay
Mr. Coxen did some elk hunting.
James Boland was up from The
Dalles the first of the week to
visit Mr. and Mrs. Pirl Howell.
Harry Wright of Beaverton and
E. H. French of Forest Grove, for
mer Heppner residents are hunt
ing elk in this vicinity and stop
ped briefly in Heppner Tuesday
evening to visit friends. They
have just returned from Canada
where they hunted moose.
program will be "Building One the chorus will represent many i eluded and done by the grade
World." The songs to be sung by! nations, Folk dances will be in-1 school.
Mr. and Mrs. Rands spent the
week-end in Portland.
Mrs. Henry Rauch was hostess
to a surprise party for Mrs. Er
nestine Majeske at the home of
Mrs. Alex Hunt Sunday. Mrs. Ma
jeske, who has been ill for sev
eral days, is reported much im
proved at the present. The occa
sion was the honoree's 82nd birth
day. Refreshments were served
and the evening was spent visit
ing. The Lexington high school cho
rus plans to give a program Wed
nesday, November 9, during edu
cation week. The theme of the
The Heppner Sazette, established
March 30, 1883. The Heppner
Times, established November
18, 1897. Consolidated Feb. 15,
Published every Thursday and
entered at the Post Office at
Heppner, Oregon, as second
Subscription price, $3.00 a year;
single copies, 10c.
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