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Tuesday, June 12, 1923
THE HEPPNER HERALD, HEPPNER, OREGON
Notice Is hereby given that the
County Superintendent of Morrow
County, Oregon, will hold the regu
lar examination f applicants for
State Certificates at Heppner, as
Commencing Wednesday, June 13,
1923, at 9:00 o'cloclt a. m and con
tinuing until Saturday, June 18,
1923, at 4:00 p. m.
U. S. History, Writing (Penman
ship), Music Drawing.
Physiology, Reading, Manual
Training, Composition, Domestic
Science, Methods in Reading, Course
of Study for Drawing, Methods in
Arithmetic, History of Education,
Psychology, Methods in Geography,
Mechanical Drawing, Domestic Art,
Course of Study for Domestic Art.
Grammar, Geography, Stenogra
phy, American Literature, Physics,
Typewriting, Methods in Language,
Thesis for Primary Certificate.
Theory and Practice, Orthography,
(Spelling), Physical Geography, En
glish Literature, Chemistry.
School Law, Geology, Algebra,
General History, Bookkeeping,
v - Yours truly,
J. A. CHURCHILL,
Sup't Publio Instruction.
LENA SNELL SHURTE,
County Sup't. 6-7
Buy your grain sacks now Brown
Come in and look over
our new location in the
Odd Fellows building,
where you will find one n
of the best equipped
dining rooms in eastern
And when you have in-
spected the front, come
back and take a look at
our sanitary kitchen.
You will be able to get H
quick service at our"
AND SERVICE m
ED CHINN, Propr. "
Mr and Mrs. J. A. Allyn arrived
in Cecil on Sunday from Oakgrove
and will spend a few days visiting
among their numerous friends be
fore leaving for Prineville.
Mr. and Mrs Hazel Dean and
daughter of Fourmile were visiting
at the Last Camp on Sunday.
Jack Hynd and Noel Streeter spent
Sunday together discussing all the
numerous topics of the day and both
are pleased that their schools are
closed this ho weather.
Al Henriksen and son, Clifford,
from the Moore ranch near Heppner
were visiting at Oral Henriksen's
near Ewing on Sunday.
Miss Violet M. Hynd of Butterby
Flats was the guest of Mrs. Geo.
Henriksen at Strawberry ranch on
Sunday and Monday.
The haymakers of a certain ranch
not one hundred miles from Cecil,
anticipated a jolly night at the lone
show and dance Friday night. Care--fully
grooming themselves to perfec
tion they stood patiently waiting for
the chauffeur to give the order "all
aboard." They are all waiting yet,
for from soma unseen cause the last
thing seen of the chauffeur, who was
wearing a white shirt, he and his
car, instead of going to lone, were
speeding over the Old Emigrant
Trail to parts unknown, without one
of his passengers. Sad to say, the
haymayers have tar and feathers in
readiness for the missing chauf
feur's return, and sadder to relate
the gentler sex was represented in
this "waiting at the gate" party.
E. Balcomb, postmasted and store
keeper of Morgan, was visiting in
Cecil, on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thomson and
family of Heppner, who were trying
out the new road near Heppner
Junction on Sunday, made a shori
stay iu Cecil to give Mrs. Thompson
a chance to see all the improvements
which have been made since she left
Cecil a few years ago.
Mrs. T. H. Lowe and daughter,
Miss Annie C, of the Highway House
visited with Mrs. M. U. Logan at the
Willows on Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hardesty and
family of Morgan spent Monday at
the home of Mrs. H. J. Streeter at
Miss Ester Logan of lone, who is
visiting at the horne of her uncle,
Leon Logan at Fourmile, accompan
ied her aunt, Miss Olive Logan, to
Cecil on Tuesday and spent the day
with friends. j
Miss Edna Keeney of Monument is
visiting at the home of Mrs. Karl
Farnsworth near Rhea Siding.
Fred Buchanan and W. E. Ahalt
of lone were calling on the "Mayor"
on Sunday. I
Miss Gertie Pettyjohn of Morgan
was calling on her Cecil friends on
Mrs. P. White, who has been vis
iting with her son, Joe, on his ranch
near tlya Willows, returned to her
home in The Dalles on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Tyler of Rhea
Siding spent Sunday at the home of
Mrs. G. A. Miller at Highview.
Congratulations are extended Miss
Lucille Logan, eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. M. U. Logan of the
Willows, formerly of Cecil, who was
Was the most direct trans
continental route when it
was blazed and IS NOW
But it's easier to "negotiate" now than then,
and the REDUCED round trip
in effect dally between
May 15 anJ vSeptember 15 '
6vcr tba '
UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM !
will make it very attractive. Stwly thU ttbl.
Denver. . $64.00 Buffalo . J?g
gmaha . . 72.00 Plttabnrfh . 119.7
an.a.Clty . 72.00 Waahinmon l-52
St. Louie. . 81.66 Phllad.T.hi 144.93
Chicago . . 88.00 New York . 147.40
Den-olt . . 105.82 Boston . . 183.50
Cincinnati . 106.30 Atlanta . . 117.55
Toronto . . 113.79 Montreal . 132.75
with corresponding iarrt to other important center.
Final return limit October 31. Liberal atop-over
privileges going and returning.
A tide trip to Yellowitone at email additional
coat will afford the experience of a life time.
Call u by phone and let ua make all your arrangement.
It coste no more and willaave you lota of worry.
O. DARBKK, Agent .Heppner, Ore.
(ten. Pusseiiner, Agt., Portland, Ore.
The Most Wonderful Phonograph, at
Odd Fellows Bldg. Phone 1062 Heppner, Oregon
rliiTj :Z'" ' p" " B' cETRO,T I
Stilt Lower Hauling Costs
are open to every line of business
because of the present price on
the Ford One-ton Truck. This
dependable form of motor de
livery is in general use where
ever hauling at low cost and good
speed is essential.
Original installation in your ser
vice costs so little and the sub
sequent saving in delivery cost is
so great that further delay in
putting a Ford One-ton Truck to
work is needless extravagance.
List your order at once a small
down payment convenient, easy
Ford prices have never been so low
Ford quality has never been so high
LATOURELL AUTO CO.
Heppner and Boardman j
Mr. and Mrs. Oral Henriksen and
daughters of Ewing spent Wednes
day and Thursday in Heppner before
beginning their haying.
Mrs. Mary Chandler of Willow
Creek ranch was visiting at Butterby
Flats on Thursday,
married to Glenn H. Kesterson of
Gresham in Portland on June 5.
Haymaking is the one thing in par
ticular around Cecil at present. All
busy among their alfalfa and stack
ing on ail ranches will commence la
a day or two. Weather ideal for the
hay. Heat registered 96 in the shade
at noon Thursday at Cecil.
Don't forget the dance in Cecil on
June 16, the last of the season. Sup
per served, in "summer style at mid
night by Mrs. T. H. Lowe. Good
music; good management; all wel
come. Mr. and Mrs. Al Troedson from
their ranch near lone were calling in
Cecil on Tuesday.
"Wid" Palmateer of Windynook,
who was entertaining the people of
lone on Tuesday with big stories of
the future of the wheatgrowers of
Morrow county, landed in Cecil store
on Thursday with a proof of the val
uable growing qualities of his ranch.
These results can be gc-n ; one lot
lot of Galgalis wheat grown in the
canyon at Windynook measures 5
feet 7 inches. Keep smiling, Wid.
Congratulations are extended to
Miss Bernice Franklin, of Milton,
formerly of Cecil, who was married
recently to Clarke Hey of Weston,
Archdeacon Goldle of Baker will
hold a service in Cecil hall on Wed
nesday, June 20. All welcome.
J. R. L. Haslarn, pastor.
Rundcy cchool 9:45 a. to.
Sermon 11 a. m., 7:4S p. m.
Christian Endeavor 6:45 p m.
Rev. Glllanders of the Congrega
tional church of Lexington will fill
the pulpit Sunday morning. The
pupils of the Vacation Blblo School
will bring a special program Sun
day evening at 7:45. There will also
be a display of Home of the work
done during this school period.
There are 43 enrolled In the Va
cation Bible School and a splendid
interest is being shown by the chil
dren. The school will close Friday
of this week. You may fiend your
children yet if you wish.
We invite you to any or all the
Hear Rev. Gillanders Sunday, 11
a. m. Hear the boys and girls 7:45
p. m., Federated church.
Leave an ample margin between your
income and your expenses. What you
lose in immediate pleasure will be amply
repaid in the sense of assurance and
self-respect which go hand in hand with
a good-sized bank account.
Living on margin is diametrically op
posed to the principle involved in buy
ing on margin. The former is wise con
servation, the latter is speculation.
First National Bank
We Are Headquarters
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Camp Equipment for
Fishing Tackle, Guns
of all kinds
Call and inspect our line before starting
on that summer outing trip
GILLIAN & BIS BEE
"THE WINCHESTER STORE"
Phone 333 '
HEPPNER, OREGON '