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THE GAZETTE-TIMES. HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1925.
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tlhin fsnMir muvH o li.4vrdmn Mr
( 'km n( eVn to sit'-tid the? (uwitJ
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Mm. Oriwf-.ff and ittW UurttT Aurus
tn Horkn f Th Istts, ruiteii Frhify t
(if It girl ho ihe rert inc at Uh-
VfTiMW twford and family and Mr
and M r. Knit Flr r-r fiwU at th
IHtn kinttrr bom Saturday at most a
FruUt. Mar 1, will Ions hr rrmmSerod
trr Kaartimsn pV)pl The fli-st thot in Xhe
m iticu of frnr l-itdaT nwrnmr w de
vout lhnkf ulrx-. that H ss a pi"'
dap. Thr a some wind but not enoutrh
In aprnl th flay. The flrt featnr o( the
dy waa Um parade arid let us .tat that It
wan ome parade. iVibert Johnson in a
Siia n th co i u rw led t he prwicm . t Iiti
nmf th primaries, fi pAfrm and 4 little
Biri with their quaint Kate Green av
awtM and mflVd white pantalets, followed
bf the rwt of the grade with soidtrr cap
and flsrv Marr Chaffee an heraid. is
vivid red cvwtume. ied the Srd and th
frnAf . Next ma the hrax hand, and the
ttand wajt rreat, too. and did very well.
Two earn, J O. Kuwei!' with the May
Qiieen and her aUerdani, and N. A. Hi
mfflkxt t with the member of the achiwl
h"rd and teak of the dar- The pretty
poppy lady preceded the Eth and Cth grade
and then the Kinp; Vnrie Sam led the
htfrh arhool frehmen and juniors, and the
senior band ended the parade A wmsh tub
wa the baM drum for ihi band and other
instruments were in accordance. After re
turn i Mr t the av-hooibouM the audience
aanf America and Mr. KueeU opened the
profrram wuh an addrem of welcome. Mr.
Iteit Spafle and lina Hroylen rve a
piano duct and Her. A. J. Neu field, pastor
of the Methodist church of Arlington, (rave
the addreoK of the day, tLinff Citirentthip
for hu ub?ert. The mornrnf proira.ni
closed with all ainsrmg The Star Spans ied
A dinner on the arhool lawn was then
enjoyed, a dinner such as Board man ai
wy ban on auch an occasion. The after
anon prorraia started at I o'clock. Two
herald announred the ootninf of the queen
and an the children sans "Hail to the
ijueen" the, with her attendants, passed un
der arrhc of green formed by gaily dretuied
hiph school gtrlt biiWmg wiiiow branchea.
The Queefl wa crowned by Earl OLon as
master of ceremoniea. Helen Chaffee waa
elected to the honor of May Queen and the
aelecTion pk-ated everybody, and we can ,
aafely say without turning her head that
the made a beautiful queen in her robes
of slate. Her train was carried by two
pacrea. Violet Giihreth and Blanche Imtt
were her natd of honor and Maxeoe Bal
tenger and Maxene A.henfeiter were the
tiny flower girl, and Junior Davis carried
The aenior maypole dance followed and I
tt wax beautifully done. Augusta Huckin '
of The Daiie gave the firefly dance and
waa a veritable little fairy in her red cos
tume. The "Poaey Bed" wa then given
and it would have done credit to a city
ebool. and showed the result of splendid
training the pusy willow, the daffodils,
dandelions, crocus, dabias. violets, aun
flower and poppy ladies all having won
derfully beautiful costumes and looking so
much like the flowers they represented.
Wefthy Roger made a dainty Htlte yellow
da" nj'1 ar'i dr-.rced r nvrery. Nim-i Gib-
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make a profit by rent
ing you a house, sure
ly you can make a
profit by owning your
Ask us for free plans.
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Seeing America First
PLAN -VOW FOR YOI R
Vacation and Summer
Camp to Include the
COEI R D'ALENE
July 1, 2, 3, 4, 1925
"Out Where the West Is"
Contests Open to the
150A M I'rie Saddle for Cham
pia All Kound Cowboy.
Inland Empire Silver Cup Tro
hy for (kamplon of Contr
I'rrarnled by Chamber of Com
merce, Cowboys - Cowgirls,
Write for Complete Prig UU
Main Even ! at "Stampede
Vm rk," n II uu ri IMeaau re
lrlve Fast of Spokane on the
Rwnlc Yeiivwaione Trnil. I'n
llmile, t amping. f-arlHtiee mni
HirtW Acronodatlona. Add real
P. G. NKIIX, Secretary.
km. Mtdred Beck. Ona I mm ad Brhi)
f.fw Maoomber. srMi 4 tm briar colors
w ii a atrwiM atd ur-Krmneta. planted the
rrfe fcK-b. with the ad of the pusv
ui- wand, rrew aa amaiinalr. The
bef-atd ann-uneed bta eewitnc c4 the bine
who r Lawrence rWk. and the aoae
Ft-1. Vim Ayrea. ar.c and wa tbea
rnpwrted gneii . Hoth ahe and Lawrence
he rice votcea and tt w-a- unfortunate
hat the wind blew enourb to carry their
vnaraa away from the audtenc. The poppy
lati i . A . Caiain. in a avreeoya red
ard rr'i fir-liiire danced anuid to the
S"w. and the lovely butterfli were ex-
-itriie in 1 heir vittd eotora, TW butter
fle were Imoeene Wtln. Kivtra Jenkina.
Mudred Aile-n and Iru tithreth. The ney
t-i frrwnt c)oed with the t ItttW paea.
Ai;an t'haiTee. UnaM Milicr, Ricbard lier-K-r.
Ki hard R:.. Rati IVw-eeae and the
ik lit tie iM-ir, fcvela w Kdard. Helen
M.d. Marjone R.er. Audrey Gilbreth.
Kiie Witxm. Mar' Smith, wLadin the
Tte teacher and Mr Rua.etl deaeree
world of credit (or making the pmcraia
ar.d the day -o mceis( ul. They worked
hard in drilling the chitd'-en, p tan nine and
makin the ottumea. The mothers were
alo vry kind in asaitinc with the ooe
tumrt and the day waa a aucceaa from
every atapd.uint, evea to the baaebail
The Boardman hirh achool T layed a re
lum rame with Arlinxtoa after the part-ant
ai over and won 8 to K, we are
K ad to i-nimt It was a ckusely eonteatrd
yame and enjoyed by the rooter. Carl
A j re pitched for lloardman.
Next Sunday is Mother' Day and a
hort service will be held in the church at
the ckwe of Sunday achool. Everyone is
tntitcd and urped to attend. It ia a day
which is et aside to ry homaire to "Moth
er" whether he stilll be with yoa or
pasaed on to the Great Beyond. So torn
out to the service, Svecial music.
Mr. and Mr. El! is u arret t and Glen
were dinner fue&ls at the Max Deweene
home on Sunday. Jack Deweefe of Arling
ton was a io present, return m to hit home
Nick Faier left Sunday on No. 1 for
Portland to Me hi mother who has been ill.
A number of Boardman residents were
Hermit I on visitors last Saturday : John
son. Healeys, Mrs. Mettsenjrer and Lois,
Opie Wafcomr, Alton klita, Carl Ayree
and E)dtt) Wilson were some of thoae who
jciiTeved to o'.ir neiphhonrp town Eldon
Gilliam & Bisbee s
j& Column j&
What the trees sang: "Ashes to
ashes, dust to dust, if the loggers
don't get us, the cigarettes mast"
For the lawn and garden:
Hose and sprinklers. Wre got
Lamp black and oil is bad for
the wool. We have the "Harm
less" sheep marking liquid.
We are headquarters for poul
try supplies of al kinds.
Now is the time to clean up
and paint up. If you buy your
paints and varnishes from us you
will get the right price and qual
Winchester sporting goods are
wife stopped over
.J titrK ww from hts cheek
whrca waa cut ope the previous Sunday
wbea he waa hit by a baaefaaU.
JW bottle ermosftics rirts served hot
i- j JL w rurts at the schoolhouse
ey aio sola ice ereaa
The Schuell faanily of Irrieon
tertained at the J. Howell how for din-
Prof. P. J. Mutkey of Ariintytoa. Dua
fans of Cecil. S,-huils of Irriiron. were
vtoitora here Friday at the prwram
A number of the Boardman ranchers
hare been riven not manna from heaven
hut somethmc similar, that ia, tine larye
trout and other a h heme laid doa at
lher eery doors, the ft-h comina down the
irrurattna ditrhea and flopping n the al
falfa. berRin to be causht. One man
(una m i air aised salmon in hts lateral.
ih one or two would decide to swim
down our way.
Mrs. Harry Warren and Donald returned
at week with her we Clay from Port
land. She has recovered nicely from her
ertou operation in February for exop
R. A. Fickerina ant
at the Nate Macomber home for
ena on meir way to Portland. Mr. Ma
romoer ts a nepitvw of the IVkerinirs.
Frank Cramer and Jay Cox, who have
been with the tree planting department of
the his-hway. piantina trees near Ontario,
are home for a short time.
A collision between two ears Sunday at
the ball rame created quite a Itlttle. excite
ment Mr. Sanderson of Feewater and
Tom Dolaa collided to the detriment of the
cars but no one was injured.
Some brilliant coats of sunburn and tan
were acquired at the schoolhouse Friday.
Mr. and Mrs, Ray B. Hymer of Monu
ment returned to their home this ayeek af
ter Tiitimr at the Eck Warren and Bert
S. C. Calkins of the West End has rent
ed the Claude White ranch for the uon.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Myers entertained
at a lovely dinner Sunday, having Mr. and
Mrs. John Brie and Lillian, R. V. Craw
ford and family, Mr, and Mrs. H. H. Wes
ton and Blanche Imus as guest.
Boardman took a 9 to 8 victory over
HermUton on the home grounds. Sunday.
Montague pitched for Boardman and
Phelps for Hermiston. It was a aood
game for five innings with the score of S
to i in favor of Hermiston, but in the last
of the 6th Phelps loosened up a bit and
with a few errors Boardman got seven men
over the plate. In the 8th HermUton ral
lied and marked up five good ones, but in
the Sth frame two drives to home to Ma
comber on first and a line drive to Mon
tague ended Herm is ton's hopes.
Stan field took the railroad bunch to a 8
to 7 cleaning, so the standing leaves Stan
field one game ahead of Boardman and
Umatilla, tied for second, and HermiRton in
the cellar. Next Sunday Boardman play
L aaatilla at t'matilla
Max Muller left on Monday for his hoane
Ralph Jackson was doing business fa
Pendleton Sunday and Monday this weak.
Mrs. Leach McMillan and Mrs. Laura
Scott left Wednesday morning for Corval
la to he prteent at the Mothers' Day
errise at O. A. C.
Miss Wilma Leach of Lexinetoa has been
. iUV nimiu ui nunur u uie
queen at the Mothers' Day exercises at O.
' . : -Mlul uy nigni, nut nart
in "Wild Bill Hickox."
Ed K el Wy came over from Helix Tues
day and report his little daughter who wa
seriously ill as very much improved.
wrignr. irom rleppner is visiting
Mrs S. J. IV vine this week.
nnirKwuiy morning to Mr. and
Mrs. wm. Kooher from Athena arrived
relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Ory of La Grande were
bUfllndho Viait.ira in I ..Um w.j
day. Mr. Ory is state scales inspector.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinges left Sunday
for Portland where they are looking for a
luv,"u" " "J are leaving lexington.
w r. vteurge r reoericitson are
here from Lewiston. Idaho, visiting their
son Louis Frederickson and family.
r. rrtq ot rortiana as vtaiuna at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Arnold Pieper.
-"'o- w iiu suna. sjesier ana Mar
vin, spent the week-end at Walla Walla
visitina with the Karl Beach family.
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Walker were In
from their home on Rhea Creek Sunday
iiwi uie eiucivni aianagement oi ttay
Phillips, all preparations are being made
.an imi hu ut piay oi uie season.
mine uriw ire lOUf wniCD tfte
seniors of Lexington high school will pre
sent at the auditorium on the evening of
1 -"-7 mm j a, m o v (iwi, i nis utree-act
aaun ao uiiv ui buna diiui cleverest plays.
It is produced by special arrangement with
T S raaniav.il A ln Tk -W .
- H v,. a in KuuTCicrs are;
J Dtllu - nusseii wrtgnt
ruw, wnat s tae matter witn you 7
Algernon Clawhammer Lester White
"1 was never so treated in all my life I"
Augustus May Glenn Sherer
"Dont be peevish, Algernon.
Simeon Singleton Paul Nichols
Gilliam & Bisbee
Hardware - Implements
We have it, will get it or
it is not made.
By Looking Over These Prices
Tires All Cords
31x4 T. 15.00
32x4i,, truck.. 23.25
33x5. truck .... 28.55
High Test Tubes
34x4 ..t 3.25
3 x5 4.50
These tires are guaranteed against defec
tive workmanship and materials. They
are to be sold within the next 30 days
George Gobi a .
"Aw. you go
aa viek'i kiss
; I don't know whateha
Florence Bellows La veil Leathers
If I doa't like him, I won't marry
him. ao there r
Mrs. MacRckroo Neva Shine
"Even Singleton would be better than
MeKckroa aa a name."
Dolly Macbkron Bertha Tucker
"That ia what's popularly known as a
Maggie Brady Frieda McMillan
"Oh now, sir. you don't mean that."
Mrs. Amelia Gobin Alice Palmer
"My feeiings have cooled off in the
last twenty-five years."
Don't miee this lat and beat play of the
year. Evening performance at o'clock,
seats at l0c. Matinee for children at S
o'clock, seats at 16 cents.
ft-ooda. Hade to order if desired. Sun
tub apron a, ehildrea'g made rompert
and dreg sea. Boil-proof threads.
MRS. L. B. DEVIN3.
WANTED Several hundred women
to work at canning fruits and veg
etables. Crop conditions indicate
long season beginning about May 20.
Libby, McNeill 4 Libby, The Dalles,
THE NEEDLECRAFT SHOP
Presents new designs in nil art
Beauty work don every Wednes
day and Saturday at Mrs. Curran s
Millinery Shoppe. Marcelling a spec
ialty. Mrs. Florence Seale Davis.
FOR SALE head of No. 1 dairy
cows. R. D. Wilson, Wells Springs
BIG REDUCTIONS ON SHORT
IN ALL SIZES AND COLORS
Priced at $3 to $5
The Everwear Silk Hosier7 for Ladies and
LADIES' HOSE.... $1.00 AND UP
MEN'S HOSE.... 40c to 750
We Have a Good Stock of
We do shoe repairing. Bring us your old
shoes and we will rebuild them so they
will look like new ones.
Gonty Shoe Store
Mail orders will receive our prompt and
"SlSir SERVICE STATION
Oils, Differential, Transmission and
TIRES and TUBES FREE AIR and WATER
ffK i,KVuVTfH The master bainter chooses Rasmussen
U V;SPy W Paint because he knows it to be made of
pure linseed oil, pure white lead, pure white
zinc and highest grade color pigments. All doublv
ground in oil and mixed by most
. He knows that Rasmussen-painted jobs
prove the most satisfactory. He can stake
his reputation as a good painter on every
Rasmussen job he does.
Ash. your dealer for Color Cards,
Ask your painter for an tstimaU.
j dV VARNISHES
I r RASMUSSEN PURE PAINT
Thar1! the nam of the paint to uae for - "JL
the outside surface of jour houae, Karaite,
X etc It la the very hlgheit quality of paint f
obtainable for protection against weather.
. The wide range of attractive hannonloue I
colon make it eaay to decide on your
Baldwin Second-Hand Store
Good Bargains in a Large Variety of
, Useful Articles
HARWOOD'S JEWELRY STORE
GILLIAM & BISBEE, Heppner, Ore.
Maxwell - Chrysler
Fisk Tires and Satisfactory and Weil
Known Atwater-Kent Radio Sets.
GASOLINE, OILS and GREASE
Guaranteed Automobile Electricians and
General Repair Shop.
WALTER L LA DUSIRE, Prop.
There's a RADIOLA for
Every Purse . j
H PRICE CHANGES EFFECTIVE FEB. 1st j
Guaranteed to Aug. 1st
RADIOLA III $45.25 j
(Not loud ipeaking)
H RADIOLA III-A $98.50 H
S ($108.50 30.00 down, 17.85 per month.)
S RADIOLA REGENOFLEX $134.00 S
r (IH7.M-40.00 down, 110.70 per month)
S ' RADIOLA X $165.00 H
(J1S1JI $46.00 down, $13.65 per month)
1 RADIOLA SUPERHETRODYNE, $272.00 S
S ($300.00175.00 down, $22.50 per month)
Price include cost of delivery and installation with guar- EE
antea and three monthi' free eerrlce prlvilfge.
I T A big organiiation extending over three countioi enablet S
ua to give real aervice and aatiafaction. . Es
I MAURICE A. FRYE I
EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL 8TUDEBAKER SIXES
The Home Is a Business
The many advantage sof the personal
checking account quickly appeal to women.
Paying all bills by checks eliminates all dis
cussions, as cancelled checks are receipts.
When the housewife has a checking ac
count, budgets are easier to keep; savings
are Jess subject to disturbance; thrift is es
tablished as a practice ; and the home is plac
ed in its rightful position as a business con
ducted along business lines.
Open a checking account for your wife
at this bank. Give her the opportunity to
show you how efficient she can be. No doubt
she will show you a healthy cash balance at
the end of the year on which we pay 4
Farmers & Stockgrowers National
Heppner Bank Oregon
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, MAY 7 and 8:
HOOT GIBSON 'in
"The Ridin' Kid From Powder River"
A live western story, with scenes made fn Eastern
Oregon and with a round-up champion as star.
Allene Ray and Johnnie Walker in first episode of
The sensation, excitement and lure of the Turf, the
shouts or the crowds, the springing of the barriers, the
thundering of hoofs, the suspense when the racing horses
come tearing down the home stretch.
Also "Fables" and "Topics"
SATURDAY, MAY 9:
FRED THOMPSON in
Here is our world champion athlete and his horse Sil
ver King again in their usual thrilling performance.
Also "FAMILY ENTRANCE," comedy.
SUNDAY and MONDAY, MAY 10 and 11:
CONSTANCE BENNETT and MYRTLE STEDMAN in
"THE GOOSE HANGS HIGH"
Produced by JameS Cruze who was also responsible
for The Covered Wagon. Every family in town should
see this Great American Family Picture. Here is a com
edy drama that is more than wonderful entertainment
We have selected this picture as particularly appro
praite to commemorate "Mothers' Day."
Also "MAUD MULLER," two-reel classic.
TUES. and WEDS., MAY 12 and 13:
"The Hunchback of Notre Dame"
SEE AD ON FRONT PAGE
The Prairie Wife, Flaming Youth, Age of Innocence,
Feet of Clay.