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About The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1923)
THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER. OREGON. THURSDAY, JUNE 21. 1923.
Vr. and lr. O. T. Frroon went
U Portland on Friday, to b rri
t tt rmp Sirdar of tHflr
on Fu-i to Mm Far Hciny. Ttif
wrddlnr took fiara at tn hom of
th. hrii in Portland, a Urn of th
ralatlm and frlndi of Ibt cortract
Ir.f nartlei klr.f prnt Th yoons
copl want to Said to nf nd thir
kon.rmoon. and will ftiortly return
to Bt-nnr to maka their home. Mr.
and alia. FrfUoti returned home
Taeday. On their trip to Portland
they wert accompanied tT Mimes
Marraret and Mary Crawford, who
will r).it for a few daya in the city.
Mill Marraret roirr on to Monte
aano, Wah, where ahe will visit for
a few weeka at the home of Mr. and
Mra. LeRoy Jonea, and Misa Mary
will return home at the end of this
C. W. McNamer reports that he
found condition quite pood over in
the Dchute and Prinevlile aections
while on a trip over that way recent
ly, and from which he returned on
Sunday. He and Mr. McNamer nad
a fifhini trip, along with Mr. and
Mra. E-rt Vanon of lone, and enjoy
ed themeelvea immensely. He states
that Prineville t building up well
ntnce their bit fire, a $140,000 hotel i?
being erected and the residents of
that little city are in an optimistic
mood, though Mr. McNamer cannot
eee jurt what they can expect in the
way of future trade. This may come,
however, in the development of their
timber resources, and there is some
talk that this may happen.
Mr. and Mrs. Hanson Hughes mo
tored to The Dalles on Sunday for a
abort visit with relatives and friends.
They returned home on Monday. Mr.
Hughes states that the cherry crop
in that section will be immense this
aeason. The fruit is now coming on
to the market and is of very excel
lent quality. The big canneries at
The Dalles are paying 9 cents per
pound for the cherries, a price so at
tractive that the greater portion of
the crop will be delivered right at
J. M. Weister and family, of Ever
ett, Wash, passed through Heppner
yesterday on their return home from
an auto trip to Eastern Washington.
About 19 years ago Mr. and Mrs. Wei
ater eama to Heppner, and he was em
ployed at the 0. B. 4 N. depot, leav
ing her a couple of years later for
Everett He is now cashier in a bank
in his home town. Mr. and Mrs. Wei
ater noted many changes in Heppner.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moreland of
Gresham, were guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Shurt a few
days the end of the week, going on
to their home Monday. They were
returning from Joseph, Wallowa
county, where they had been attend
ing the big M. E. camp meeting. Mrs.
Moreland is a niece of Mrs. Shurte.
E. W. Snider is down from his
home at Weston for a visit of a few
days with relatives here and to look
after business affairs. He is now
engaged in raising potatoes on a
small farm on Weston mountain, and
the prospects are fine for a heavy
yield of tubers in that section.
Miss Bernice Githens arrived on
Saturday evening from Berkeley, Cal..
and will spend the summer at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer craw-
ford. She will return to Berkeley in
time to resume her studies at the
University of California this fall, it
being her senior year.
Mr. and Mra. J. H. Edwards and
their daughter, Mrs. Bessie Thomp
son, who accompanied them from her
home at Athena, arrived in Heppner
on Monday for short visit with
Iriends. They Tviil vo on to Bend
from here for a visit vith other relatives.
Archdeacon Goldie held services at
the Episcopal church on Sunday, and
spent several days in the city, visit
ing his parishoners. He is arrang
ing to locate a resident pastor tor
the church at Heppner, to have
charge of the Morrow county work.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Brown of
Trout Lake. Wash., spent a fw days
vinitirg at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Gay M. Andtrson in this city the
pa.t wek. Mra. Brown is a sister
of Mrs. Anderson and Mr. Brown is
principal of the Trout Lake schools.
Frank Gilliam and Mrs. Silas
Wright departed for Baker on Sun
day to look after business of the S.
A. Wright estate, of which they are
the expcutor. They expected to also
visit Richland in Baker county be
W. W. Howard of Butter creek, who
was in the city Tuesday, states that
he will be in his alfalfa harvest in
About ten days, and is looking for
ward to putting up an abundant crop
from the first cutting.
Mrs. S. J. Jenks, who has been
visiting with relatives at Heppner
and lone, departed Sunday for Mon
ument, where she will visit for
short time. Mrs. Jenks now makes
her home in Portland.
Gene Matteson was in the city
Monday from his mountain home. He
states that the grass is growing fine
and that the range was never better,
thanks to the cool weather and num
Highway engineer Baldock, who
was making an inspection of work
in this vicinity was a visitor for
short time in Heppner Saturday, in
company with divisional engineer
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sweek, accom
ranied by Mr. Sweek's mother, Mrs.
L. Sweek of Monument, returned from
Portland on Sunday. They spent a
week in the city and took in the Rose
Mrs. Emmet Cochran, president of
Morrow County Red Cross chapter,
and Mrs. Tom Johnson, county nurse,
went to The Dalles on Monday to at
tend a convention of Red Cross work-
Ends Sessions Here
(Continued from First Face)
ing at Halsey. She spoke at more
sessions of the convention than did
any of the others, but the people rere
never tired of hearing her in her
pleasant and understandable way, tell
of the great work being done, and
reciting the innumerable incidents
that came to her experience during
the four and one-half vears at the
station. Miss Wells endears herself
to everyone she meets, for she is a
noble young woman whose heart and
soul is in her work. She will return
to Africa this fall, wh-n her fur
lough expires. After hearing Dr.
Dye and Miss Wells in their stirring
addresses, the pepole were moved to
more, liberal missionary support.
Marion Stevenson and Mrs Ander
son each brought splendid messages
and their addresses were a great up
lift. Besides these the vsiiting min
isters from over the district who ap
peared on the program came prepar
ed with strong adresses, and every
session htroughout the entire conven
tion was full of gcod things as were
each of the various conferences. Mrs.
Clara G. Essen, state Bible school
superintendent and Walter Myers of
the state Christian Endeavor work
looked after the interests of these
two lines of church activity in their
usual acceptable manner, being two
of the state workers whose presence
in conventions is always welcomed.
Heppner entertained the conven
tion delegates in a royal manner and
made them all feel that they were
welcome to anything the city had to
offer. The trip by auto on Saturday
afternoon, taking all of the visitors
over the big wheat producing section
of the county and winding up at lone
at 6:00 o'clock for a big feed at the
Chrsitian church, was a feature of
entertainment that they greatly en-
Great services were held at the
church all day Sunday, in which the
congregations at Lexington and lone
joined, and the entire convention pro
gram was an uplift to this city. The
convention goes to La Grande next
vear. and W. O. Livingstone was
egain elected president for the fourth
CONDON DEFEATS HEPPXF.R.
Heppner ball fans journeyed to
Condon in large numbers last hunday
ready to back the home team to the
limit, but they were doomed to dis
annnintment. as the Wheat City
hunch would not allow the locals en
ough circles around the diamond to
lead the score. Condon won five to
three, and Heppner ia going to get
even on this at Gentry Field Sunday
afternoon, when the game is called
between these two teams at 8:30. This
hour is set so that it will not inter
fere with the Chautauqua program.
The boys expect a big crowd, and
some additional features will be put
on in the way of bucking contests by
six of the Rodeo horses. This will
be a rough riding contest and is
thrown in at the admission fee for
the ball game.
Miss Anita Turner, student at O.
A. C. the past year, returned home
on Monday from Corvallis to spend
her summer vacation with her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Turner.
Sigfred Franzen, young son of G.
Franzen, tailor, was operated on for
a serious case of appendicitis at
Heppner Surgical hospital on Satur
day. He is rapidly recovering.
Mrs. Mack Gentry, who underwent
a very serious operation early last
week at the Heppner Surgical hos
pital, is reported now to be doing
well and rapidly recovering.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Vaughn return
ed home on Sunday from Portland.
They spent the week in the city, tak
ing in the Rose show and visiting
Chas. Becket of Eight Mile is re
covering at the Heppner Surgical
hospital from an operation recently
performed for appendicitis.
George Burnside and Guy Huston,
Eight Mile farmers, were in the city
for a short time on Tuesday.
Born, in this city on Friday, June
15, 1923, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Heisler,
Wanted House work, town or
farm, by young woman. Inquire this
Come in and look
over our new location j
in the Odd Fellows i
Building, where you
will find one of the
best equipped dining
rooms in Eastern Ore
gon. And when you have
inspected the front,
come back and take a
look at our sanitary
You will be able to
get quick service at
our lunch counter.
ED. CHINN, Prop.
At the Lee Slocum Yard near the
Farmers Elevator, on
Wednesday, June 27, '23
20 or more head of horses.
6 3- and 4-year-old mules
Many other articles expected to be sold
SALE BEGINS AT ONE O'CLOCK
E. J. Keller
I now carry a complete stock of building
material at Lexington.
FULL LINE OF ROUGH AND
Large stock of pine in the rough. M. D.
Tucker in charge.
LOCATED IN LIVERY STABLE
FOR SALE BY
LATOURELL AUTO CO.
Reduced Prices on
We have some high grade, clean, steam
LET US FIGURE WITH YOU
BROWN & LOWRY
16 Bars Crystal White Soap $1.00
1 6 Bars P. & G. White Naptha Soap $1 .00
6 Bars Swift's White Laundry Soap . . 25c
3 Bars Palm Olive Toilet Soap ....... 25c
Pints Kerr Mason "self-sealing" 95c
Quarts, Kerr Mason "self-sealing" . . $1.15
Half-gal., Kerr Mason "self-sealing" $1.55
Pints, Economy $1.20
Quarts, Economy $1 .45
Half-gllaons, Economy $1.95
L. G. DRAKE, Prop.
ODD FELLOWS BUILDING
THE MUSIC SHOP
Come in and hear our latest records and
Sherman-Clay Pianos, String and Band Instru
ments Let us tell you about our Easy Payment Plan
and have Music While You Pay
DRY GOODS, LADIES' and GENTS'
FURNISHINGS, CLOTHING, SHOES
FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
We handle the best that money can
buy, and the prices are right. Come in
and let us figure with you.
W for the
Marble and Granite
Fine Monument and Cemetery YTi.rk
All parties interested in getting work in n-.y line
should get my prices and estimates before
placing their orders
All Work Guaranteed
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No matter what your work may be you are striving for
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account while he was delivering telegrams as a tiny lad in
Farmers & Stockgrowers National Bank
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, JUNE 21-22
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SATURDAY, JUNE 23
"THE MAN FROM GLENGARY"
From the story of the Canadian lumber
lands, by Ralph Connor.
Cdl. Heza Liar in "AFRICAN WILDS"
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"THE LOVES OF PHAR0AH"
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