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THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEITNER, OREGON, TIIUI.'SDAY, MARCH 2.'., ir22.
Ed Buschke, Eight Mile heat
raiscr, was doing business here on
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Huston of
Eight Mile were Saturday visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Sam McCullough
were in the city Saturday from their
Willow creek farm.
Miss Anne Roberts, teacher of the
Lena school, spent Saturday with her
relatives in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Becket visit
ed Heppner Saturday from their
home at bight Mile.
Wm. Huebner, rancher from down
Sand Hollow way, spent a few hours
in this city on Saturday.
Harry Turner, farmer of upper
band Hollow, was attending to busi
ness matters in this city on Saturday
Heny Gay and son Bert of Rhea
creek were in town this week on
their way to Alderdale, Wash., to
look at some farming land. Mr. Gay
has been farming in the Rhea creek
district for over forty years. Arling
E. Jay Merrill was down from
Hardman on Saturday to attend to
business matters here. He finds it
pretty hard getting around out his
way yet, owing to snowdrifts and
muddy roads, and traveled to town
Wright Saling, Pete Prophet and
Wm. Lowen were Hardmanites in
the city on Saturday. Mr. Lowen
was making final proof on his home
stead before Clerk Waters, E. J. Mer
rill and Mr. Saling appearing as wit
nesses for him.
HEPPNER HI LIFE
Edited By JUNIOR ENGLISH CLASS
Leo Hill arrived home early Fri
day morning from Portland with a
new Willys-Knight 5-passenger tour
ing car which he has disposed of to
Mrs. Helen Buseick. This is an at
tractive car and the price is down
even below pre-war times.
E. E. Rugg of Rhea creek spent
a few hours in town Saturday. He
notes some signs of spring and took
out a selection of seeds for planting
in the garden. Ed says that at this
time last spring a lot of his early
garden was up and flourishing.
Oscar Otto was over from Irrigon
on Monday, returning Tuesday.
Spring weather is prevailing down on
the river now and Messrs. Otto and
Freeman are getting busy with their
work incident to making productive
a tract of land under the project.
Oral Scott, successful farmer re-;
siding on the Frad place in Black
horse, spent a short time in this city
Saturday last. Mr. Scott thinks some
road work out his way would be in
order just now it would make it '
easier to get to town at any rate, i
Frank Frates was in from Eight
Mile for the first time in many,
months, on Saturday. Traveling has
been bad from his section for some
time but the roads are now begin-;
ning to dry out a little and a fellow
can make it out with the jitney. He
says a better prospect for a big wheat
crop never showed up on his ranch'
at this time of year and he is feeling
Frank Turner returned the end of
the week from Yakima. He recently
went over there to look up shearing1
work, taking with him one of his out
fits, but that country is just as far
behind with shearing as we are here
and Mr. Turner found they would
not be ready much before time to
shear the Morrow county sheep, so
he returned. The season for shear
ing in the Yakima country usually
begins not later than the 5th of
March, but it is too cold for this ear
ly datethisseasoiv "
Vein Cast m4 Alvlm Bojr Han Lead
la vrka Urpar Haver." j
Th leArii fn the nneretta. "The Gvd-
v Ituver" which will ba Kiven the first
week in April, re to be taken by Vel-
ini Cane and Alvin Boyd. Till should
be a eruarantee of success to everyone
who aaw the operetta last year. Those
who know the charm of a soprano and
a tenor voice combined with the fas
cination of the gypsies, surely cannot
afford to miss It Velma wiu take ine
nuri of Tji.lv Constance, the daughter
of Sir George Martendale, and Alvln's
part Is that of the gypsy rover. Others
whose parts form minor plots are Zara,
the belle of the gypsy camp and Slnfa,
a gypsy lad, taken by Coramae Craw
ford ami Pnul Aiken: Meg. an old gyp-
v wnmnn and her husband Marto, are
Leola Bennett and Kyle Cox. Meg and
Marto Are the foster parents or KoD,
the gypsy rover.
Moaday Morning Taougata of a Jaelor.
i.r. ..- 15 a. m. Gee. hut I'm
sleepy! If I hndn't gone to the show
Friday nlnht maybe I wouldn't De so
sleepy! Wonder what our civics les
son Is? Here comes Retha, TU ask
hr Nn I iiiieiM I won't either. I've
only got four of those ten physics
problems, but I don't think any one erne
has them, so I can't copy. Guess I'll
go to the visiting room. Hello, Miss
I'niinninr! (lot any news for the pa
per? News Is a scarce article this week
sure. Wonder who that kid Is I saw
lnt nlirht. Shoot there goes the
gong and I haven't studied yet
llrppaer HI Caleadar.
April 11. P. T. A. meeting.
April 22. Baseball game, Heppner
Junior to Junior.
, u..-,. nnM have seen Into the
future, I am sure some of these poems
that we have to parapnrow woum
er have been rltten.
Friday afternoon when the roll was
taken, it was found that only ininy
live high school pupils were present.
Everybody had the St. Patrick's fever,
. ik. wni ihirtv-five were dismissed
at 1 45. The grade pupils also had the
afternoon off. "If St "Patrick's day
only came once a week, how happy we
would be," said a little freshman,
n.im nrnntlre Is Droeresslng rap-
Idly, and from the music room, we
think it will be well worth your while
to see "The Gypsy Hover.
t. ...- wn decided bv a committee.
which was appointed to consider a high
school baseball team, that we have
mnterlal for one. Raymond Ferguson
who will act as manager, has already
ith lone, which
will be played on April 22. Regular
team practice will not begin tor iwo
or three weeks, In order that the boys
can rest up a little.
The sophomore English class has
started a series of debates. The class
Is divided Into groups of four. Each
student handed In a list of topics for
di'bnte to Miss Palmateer who selected
the best ones. The first debate was
ThnrKrinv nn "Resolved, that
the high school and grammar grades
i,i h in nenArate buildings... ine
i .,.,v,..,,. nn th affirmative and win
nlng side were Dorothy Anderson and
Agnes Mi-Dald. Those on the negative
were Hasel Antierson anu
Holier! y. The second debale was given
on Monday on "Resolved, that every
...iat .hmiifi he comuelled to take a
year of manual training or domestic
science befnre they graduate," wun my
ra Wolls and James Clabaugh on the
alllnnatlve and winning side, and Viv
ian James and Clyde Wltcraft on the
negative. The class acts as the Judges.
You Bhould hear Allen Case as Lord
Craven. His favorite expression slowly
drawn out Is "Doncha know."
Ashland won Hie state lnterscholastlc
K.u.thnll chamnlonBhln when she ae
feated Pendleton at Salem. Pendleton
was runner-up for title; and we were
very sorry to see her lose, though she
made a much better showing than was
expected, for she has been handicapped
i... imvinir in nlav on smair courts.
rinr treasurer wore a broad smile
i, nook .hon a letter waa received
from the principal of Tendleton high
school stating that we will get H3 out
of the proceeds of the tournament The
net proceeds were Ilia, which were
equally divided among the three
schools, Pendleton, Athena and Hepp
ner. This will enable us to take part
in future activities which would have
had to be dropped on account of the
lack of funds.
Parents are requested not to send
their children to school so early In
the morning, please!
A large number of boy jumped for
Joy last Monday when they were in
formed that Mr. Drlscoll was leveling
the tennis court This bright weather
induces more students to stay out doors
during the noon hour, and we- are all
glad to think that the court la ready
for all to use.
The junior civics class spent some
time Monday morning in discussing the
serious need of some place for boys
and girls to spend their time outside of
school and working hours, which would
give them good healthful recreation,
and would not be considered duestlon-able.
Mrs. Johnson, county health nurse,
has been making her monthly health
examinations. She has found that a
good many of the children who were
underweight at first are nearly up to
their normal weight
If gingham dresses are harbingers of
spring, then spring la here, for the
members of the first year sewing class
are completing their gingham dresses
and appearing at school with them on.
There was nothing to do but heave
a sigh last Tuesday when we learned
that Mr. James entertained the boys
basketball team with a chicken dinner
at the Elkhorn restaurant Monday eve
ning. Those Invited were Coach Heard,
EUla Irwin, Paul McDufTee, James Cla
baugh, Frances Doherty, Clyde Wlt
craft Ray McDufTee, Carl Caaon, and
The sophomores and seniors formed
baseball team last week and chal
lenged the freshmen and Juniors to play
them. When the sophomores and sen
iors came up to bat In the first Inning
they proceeded to run in six tallies and
made fifteen more In the next five in
nings, while the freshmen and juniors
were getting six. The game was called
ofT, because the freshmen and Juniors
were too far gone to chase any more
balls. The final score was 21 to 6.
Ada are necessary to the success of
the high school annual; and since you
business men are looking forward to a
complete recovery of business this year,
why not advertise In the Heppner high
school annual and help yourselves as
well aa the school?
If you wish to see some English gyp
sies come see "The Gypsy Rover." Al
vin Boyd, as Rob, makes a most charm-
ng gypsy lad.
ALEX GIBB, Plumber
At Starkey's Eleclrlcal Shop.
I FIX ANY OLD THING Ato Ra
diators, Rangea, Heatrra and Tla
vrare Repaired. Dirty Chlmaeys
Cleaned, (ilaslag, Key
Lexington P.-T. A. Will
Show Educational Films
The Lexington P. T. A. will show
five reels of educational film frou
the U. of 0. extension department.
Tuesday evening. March 28 at 7:30
o'clock at Leach s hall. There will
be a 3-reel picture entitled "Come
Clean," and a 2-reel industrial film.
Mrs. Lulu Johnson, the county
health nurse, will be present and will
show several reels of films on "Care
of the Sick" and Red Cross work.
This entertainment is free to all.
A good attendance is urged.
Mrs. F. R. Bennett, Pres.
Lawrence Redding, who was in the
city on Monday from his Eight Mile
farm, states that the snow is just
now disappearing around his prem
ises and he will soon be able to tell
whether or not his grain has been in-
jured by the freezing weather. He
expresses the opinion that it is OK
and will make a fine stand with the
coming of warm weather.
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Twitchell
parsed through the city Saturday, re
turning to their home at Pendleton.
Mrs. Twitchell has been spending
the past two weeks visiting at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Buschke, on Rhea creek. Mr.
Twitchell is now with the Pendleton
Produce Co., and will likely make
Heppner as a part of his territory in
Lee Cantwell is in receipt of news
from Walla Walla announcing the
death of his stepmother, Mrs. J. T.
Cantwell, at her home in that city on
Friday, March 17, after a short ill
ness. She was buried on the after
noon of March 18. His father J. T.
Cantwell, is quite sick and not able
to be up, so the letter states, and Lee
will go over to Walla Walla to look
I The Cash Variety Store j
I 19c Sale I
I Beginning Today, Ending March 26 1
Big Values For Little Money
On Saturday following the next Fourth of July, we
are going to give away
A HUNDRED DOLLARS' WORTH OF
BRAND NEW KODAKS
Here's the Way We Are Going to Do It:
With each roll of Eastman Films brought in or
mailed to our store to be finished between March 10th
and July 7th, we will give you a numbered card; a
record will be kept of each number and its corres
ponding name and on July 8th the lucky numbers
will be drawn from the lot and a list of the winners
Eastman Flims only will count and only one prize
will go to any one person.
A. E. CROSBY
The Dalles, Ore.
EVERYTHING IN DRUGS AND KODAKS
OUR PRICES RIGHT OUR PRINTING THE BEST-G.-T.
I Central Market I
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
g Fish In Season
1 Take home a bucket of our lard. It 1
is a Heppner product and is as g
H good as the best. s
1 Styleplus Chothes
H FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN E
g Guaranteed All Wool and Every Suit with the fa-
5 mous Styleplus guarantee. E5
Suits $25, $30, $35, and $40
H You should see tliem before buying your Spring Suit.
f Absolutely no shelf-worn goods. Every
E3 suit is brand new and direct from S
EE the manufacturer. EE
U I have also just received a fine lot of high-grade felt
and clotli hats for Spring. Prices ranging from
$4.00 to $8.00
U I sell the famous Weyenberg Shoe "The shoe that
is made strongest where the wear is greatest. s
Taste is a matter of
We Hate it s our honest
belief thtt the tobaccoi used
in Chest.-rfield are of finer
quality (and hence of better
taite) than in any other
cigarette at the price.
lizgttt & Myiri Ttbaca Cs.
of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos blended
20 now 18c
10 now 9c
Have that damaged
tread fixed before it
causes a lot of blow
outs and punctures
and costs you five or
six times the price of
having it repaired.
Bring It Here!
We will vulcanize it
making it as good as
Have any tire trouble? Bring it here
C. V. HOPPER TIRE SHOP
Tri-State Terminal Building.
Now it the time to prepare for
David A. Wilson
Everything In Men's Wear.
Plows, plow extras, eveners, lead
bars, single trees, hardwood, etc.
Oliver and John Deere Lines
Come in and see us.
Peoples Hardware Co.
A NEW LINE OF HEALTH CEREALS
made by the
OLD FASHIONED CEREAL MILLS
A natural health regulator.
Old Fashioned Scottish Oat Meal
The old country style.
Nothing else like it in the West.
Something different in breakfast foods.
Natural Brown Rice
Retains all the bran.
Whole Wheat Flour
Uubolted, stone burr flour.
IF YOU WANT CEREALS CONTAINING
THE VITAMINES, TRY ONE OF THESE
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