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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 5, 1925.
MRS. A. T. HEEEIM, Correspondent
Dr. and Mrs. McSloy and Mr. and
Mrs. Tom McS'.oy and daughter of
Portland motored up to 'doardman
last week to visit at the Nick Fslcr
nomc and do a iittlc hunting. Mrs.
Faler had pone to Portland to attend
the McNeil-Schriever nuptials so the
McSloys left for home the next day.
Mr. Faler went to Portland with
them and attended the wedding. All
returned on Friday. Mrs. George
Spring and Mr. and Mrs. George
Schnetser and daughter came up and
visited at the Faler home until Sun
Arthur Humphrey and family have
come from Colfax and are temporar
ily located in the Ralph Humphreys
house until the departure of the Gar-
retts when they will move there, hav
ing rented the Gibbons ranch.
A wedding of much interest to the
people of this community was sol
emnized on Wednesday, Oct. 28, at
Portland, when Miss Mrytle McXcil
was united in marriage to Harry
bchriever of Lexington at the home
of the parents of the bride, Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. McNeil. They were at
tended by Donald McNeil and wife
and Phyllis Stutte, dressed in blue
silk, made a dainty little flower girl.
The bride looked charming in her
gown of white georgette and sik lace
with her wedding veil and carried a
lovely boquet of white chrysanthe'
mums. Rev. Culver, pastor of the
Evtngelical church, performed the
ceremony. Mrs. Schriever was a
teacher in the Boardman schools for
three years. The past year she taught
at Lexington where she met J
Schriever, a young wheat farmer of
that vicinity. The newly married
couple will make their home on the
farm. Boardman friends extend con
gratnations -nd best wishes.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Cooney motored
to Condon Saturday on business, re
Mamie Hango was an Arlington vis
Robert Mead, Mr. Keelox, Mr. Ferris
and Mr. Weider, all of Portland, were
overnight guests at the Lee Mead
home when they came up for a couple
of days hunting. Robert Mead is a
cousin of Lee Mead.
Mrs. C. S. Calkins and daughter
Alice returned from a pleasant trip
to Spokane where they visited at the
C. C. Calkins and Fruit homes.
Mrs. Walter Knauff and a group
of West End women entertained at a
delightful afternoon party at the
Knauff home on Thursday, honoring
Mrs. Howard B. Calkins. About twen
ty guests enjoyed the afternoon. An
elaborate lunch was served by the
Lee Mead has a new radio, in which
he takes great pleasure. It is a Mar
shall 4 and has proven very satis
factory. Herbert McLean of Milton spent
the week end with his sister, Mrs.
Olive M. Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spahn and Mr.
Nelson of Portland were guests re
cently at the L. C. Cooney home, com
ing up to hunt pheasants.
A jolly party was the candy-pull
at the Chas. Wicklander home Sat
urday evening, when between 30 and
40 of the younger contingent gath
ered for the evening. The candy was
made from some of the new sorghum
and proved quite edible. Dancing
A delightful dinner party was giv
en Saturday evening by Mrs. Olive M.
Wilson. Those who enjoyed the din
ner and the pleasant evening follow
ing were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shell, Mr.
and Mrs. A. T. Hcreim and two small
sons, and Herbert McLean, a brother
of the hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. Royal Rands were
hosts at a delightful dinner on Sun
day, having Harvey Huff and wife as
guests. As they were seated at the
table they were surprised and pleased
to have Mr. and Mrs. Roy Howell
(Nona Rands), and Vaughan Keyes
and wife and small sons, arrive un
expectedly. A great many Boardman housewives
had hunters for guests during the
pheasant season but none had a big
ger houseful than Mrs. Chas. Wick
lander, who had from six up for
meals at various times, the climax
being reached for Sunday breakfast
when she had ten guests. This with
their own family made quite an ag
gregation. Jay Cox and family motored out to
their ranch on the East End last
week. They have lived in one of the
Cramer houses for the past year or so.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Berger drove
to Portland on Monday where Mrs.
Berger will consult with physicians.
She has not been well for some time.
J. A. Nott, Ray Curtin and Eddie
Albriirht, representatives of the 0.
W. R. & N. traffic department, were
dinner gueBts at the Ralph Davis
Clyde Carr, the manual training
teacher, was under the weather Sat
urday and Sunday with a very severe
E. A. Klippel, superintendent of
telegraph of the O.-W. R. A N.. and
a party of two tr guests of Ralph
I'avis last week and enjoyed a pheas
ant hunt which ptoved successful to
On Wednesday afternoon Mrs. W.
H. Mefford and Mrs. L. V. Root en
tertained at a deightful afternoon
party, honoring Mrs. Ellis Garrett
who leaves shortly for southern Ore
gon, where she will make her home.
Mrs. Garrett's friends are numbered
by her acquaintances and 42 were
present to bid her farewell and to
wish her success and happiness in
her new home. The afternoon passed
rapidly and the hostesses served a
Arthur Bailey apparently plays
football under unpropitious skies, as
he was hurt quite badly last year and
in the Heppner-Boardman game Fri
day he had his ankle injured quite
W. H. Gilbreth and daughter Violet
were in Boardman on Sunday. They
are former residents now living in
It is not known yat whether Adolph
Skobo will have to have his eye re
moved or- not, but the doctor hopes
to save it. He is still in the hospital
Mrs. Frank Hayes was at Hermis
ton two days the past week where she
had a great deal of dental work done
and two teeth extracted.
Mrs. M. F. Gould of Portland
stopped off on Thursday on her way
to Walla Walla for a day's visit at
the S. H. Boardman home. Mrs. Gould
is an old friend of the Boardmans
and has been a resident of Portland
for more than 30 years. She intends
to make her home in Walla Walla in
the future with her son-in-law and
grand children, her daughter having
recently passed away. Mrs. Gould
visited here eight years ago.
0. B. Olson and Mr. Kaski accom
panied Orville Mellin to Portland on
Tuesday. Mr. Olson and Mr. Kaski
will also go to Astoria and visit rel
atives before returning.
Mr. Fortier is the newest radio fan.
He purchased a radio from R. S. Smith
and is now enjoying air concerts and
Mr. and Mrs. Farr of the Blue
mountains near Weston were visitors
recently at the O. B. Olson home.
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Mulkey .were
dinner guests Tuesday evening at the
S. H. Boardman home.
Rev. Swogger of Umatilla called
on a number of Boardman folks on
Tuesday. Rev. Hillis, who was a for
mer pastor in this field and who or
ganized the church at Umatilla, will
preach at Umatilla Sunday evening.
Mrs. H. Sarri of Spokane, a sister
of Mrs. 0. B. Olson, visited for a
week at the Olson and Hango homes.
The P. T. A. met Tuesday evening
at the school house with fair attend
ance. Prospects for an interesting
organization are good, and much that
is worth while can be accomplished.
A good program was arranged by Miss
Malloy and her committee. The pro
gram follows: musical selection, or
chestra; recitation, Evelyn Woodard;
song, Mary Smith; music, high school
girls double quartet; solo. Merle
Mulkey, accompanied by Mrs. Ascus
sin; "Some Needs of Our School"
parents, Chas. Wicklander; board, C.
S. Calkins; teachers, Mrs. Mulkey, su
perintendent, Mr. Beardsley.
A delightful party was held Tues
day evening at Root's hall, honoring
the Tom Millers and the Garretts,
both families leaving soon. Five hun
dred was played and a delicious lun
cheon was served.
S. L. Beck and Johnnie returned
Tuesday evening from a trip to Port
land and on south to Eugene. They
attended the stock show in Portland
and Mr. Beck looked over the oil
prospects around Eugene.
R. H. Duncan of Willow ereek was
a visitor Tuesday at the Tom Miller
Mrs. Ray Brown is enjoying a visit
from her mother, Mrs. Francis Ken
nedy of Walla Walla.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brewster of
Pendleton were Irrigon visitors Sun
day, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gray
beal. Lyle Seaman and family made a
trip to Portland last week.
The English students of the Irri
gon high school are studying "The
Merchant of Venice" this week.
Rev. Walter Hillis stopped at Ir
rigon last Sunday. He started from
Montana the latter part of last month
and was on his way to Portland. He
is planning on starting a week's
meeting at Umatilla beginning Nov.
We hear that Batie Rand met with
a slight accident on his way to Her
miston Sunday night. This accident
was unnatural because these young
folks were on their way home.
Listeners over the radio last week
were promised from Wrigley's Black
Jack Co., of Catalina Island, Califor
nia, that if they would send word
that they were listening in they would
receive a small sack of silver ore.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Walpole have al
ready received their share of the sil
ver. There was a large attendance at
We can save
on the time
purchase of a
The new low rates of
the G M A C Time Pay
merit Plan make a new
Chevrolet easier and
les expensive to buy
than ever before.
Come inand let us show
you how you can save
money in the time pur
chase of one of these
fine new quality cars.
, "Albert standi for '
y) high to suit him.
t m i He knows what's
reason for the
WRIGLEY'S is that It last
so long and returns such
great dividends for to small
an outlay. It keeps teeth
clean, breath tweet, appetite
keen, digestion good.
Freth and full-flavored
always in Its wax. wrapped
I WANT YOUR
CATTLE & HOGS
I buy anything from one head
to a carload, or more if you
have 'em. Prices right, deliv
ered at Heppner stock yards.
R. D. ALLSTOTT
Phone Main 753, Heppner, Ore.
young people's society Sunday eve
ning. Rev. Walter Hillis presided at
The Irrigon athletic club is organ
ising a football team, and the young
men of the club are intending to play
a few games in the near future.
The Hallowe'en carnival which took
place last Saturday night proved to
be quite a success. The net profit
amounted to $52.
(Continued from First Pare)
r.ow abroad in the land.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schriever, who
were recently married in Portland,
arrived last evening in Lexington
where they will make their home on
Mr. Schriever's ranch,
A Hallowe'en party was given by
Misr Dona Barnett at her home Fri
day evening, to her Sunday school
class of the Christian church. The
hall, living room and dining room
were decorated in real Hallowe'en
fashion. Also in keeping with Hal
lowe'en colors yellow French mari
golds were used, which added much
to the attractiveness of the rooms,
which were lighted by jack-o-lan-terns.
At seven o'clock the ghosts
began to arrive. They were met by
a ghost who received them with a
bow, and pinned a number on each
one, ushering them into the living
room, where silence reigned till all
had a chance to guess the name of
each. Then they disrobed, and the
evening was spent telling ghost stor
ies, toasting marshmallowa in the
fire place and playing games. All
then marched to the dining room to
a prettily decorated table for lunch.
TIRE CHAINS Have a good pair in your
car ready for use when you need them.
We have them in all sizes including bal
loons. ALCOHOL Drive in before your radiator
is frozen and let us fill with alcohol and
then we will test it periodically to see
the proportion is right. It saves a lot
, of trouble and worry. '
YOUR BATTERY We will test your bat
tery with our Portostat which tells the
inside condition of it. We have genu
ine WILLARD 6-volt batteries at $13.85
,(ll-plate, wood case) and $17.20 (13
plate, rubber case).
Q v fit rrzV III r 11- (
Seven years have passed into eternity
since that gray November day when na
tions penned a truce, and the world
paused to bury its mangled dead and
bandage up its bleeding son3.
Seven peaceful years have followed,
all so filled, with busy enterprise and
prosperity that we are apt to forget our
son, husbands and sweethearts who laid
down their lives, for you and for me..
Let us not forget, but let us pray for
them and that they have not died in
First National Bank
Closed on Armistice Day
Those present were: Jack McMil
lan, Ray Lucas, Sam McMillan, Ken
neth Warner, Dale Lane, Harold
Glasscock, La Verne Wright, Riley
Munkers, Kenneth Peck. Two of the
clasfc were absent, Lester McMillan
and Edward Hunt This class of boys
has a real class spirit and is striving
to be the banner class of the Bible
A Hallowe'en party for the 6th, 7th
and 8th grades, Mrs, Turner's room
was given at the Lexington gym at
0:30 to 9 last Thursday evening.
The party was in the form of a mas
querade and many unique costumes,
such as ghosts, gypsies, clowns, etc,
were displayed. The early part of the
evening was devoted to stunts pre
pared by the committee, games were
played, and from the noise made all
seemed to have a jolly time. Re
freshments of punch, cake and sand
wiches were served. Besides the pu
pils and teacher, guests present were
Mr. and Mrs. Kelly, Mrs. White, Miss
Vail, Mr. Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Lucas,
Mr. and Mrs. Warner.
First Quality Groceries
The satisfaction of knowing that whatever
you set upon your table is of the best quality
is a habit with housewives who buy here.
Every article we sell is chosen with the most
scrupulous care our only guide being su
Peaches, No. 2y2 cans 25c
Apricots, No. 2 cans 20c
Fancy Bartlet Pears, No. 2y cans, 35c
Strawberries, No. 2 cans 7. 25c
Now is the time to get your winter's supply.
Soon Old Man Winter will have a grip on the
country and with your store house well filled
with eats, you can have a feeling of comfort.
Bring us that mail order; we are filling them
Cash & Carry Grocery
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, NOV. 5 and 6:
BUCK JONES in
"THE DESERT OUTLAW"
Buck outdoes himself in doing "stunts" probably
never heretofore dared or thrown on the screen.
Lovely Evelyn Brent, playing opopsite Buck, wins
fresh laurels as The Girl, and the supporting cast is
Also "DEEP SEA PANIC," Comedy, and
8th episode "WOLVES. OF THE NORTH"
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7:
Warner Baxter, Billie Dove, Mary Brian and
Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. in
"THE AIR MAIL"
The picture has to do with a crook who gets into an
air mailman's job with the xepress purpose of making
away with a valuable shipment when the opportunity
should present itself. Just what does happen, however,
makes The Air Mail real entertainment.
, Comedy, "SPEED BOYS"
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8:
IRENE RICH and HUNTLEY GORDON in
"MY WIFE AND I"
Imagine the plight of a woman upon discovering that
her husband and her beloved son were both fighting for
the love of a gold-digger. This is the situation in Afy
Wife and I.
Comedy, "OUR PET, PEGGY"
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9:
SENIOR CLASS OF HEPPNER HIGH SCHOOL
"HOLD THAT LINE, JIMMY"
A THREE-ACT COMEDY
TUES. and WEDS., NOVEMBER 10 and 11
LEATRICE JOY and EARNEST TORRENCE in
"DRESSMAKER FROM PARIS"
A carnival of youth, romance and gorgeosuly gowned
feminine beauty. A big comedy love story laid in Paris
and a town ni the American West. And the fourteen In
ternational Beauty Models, chosen by famous judges as
the most beautiful women i nthe world!
Comedy, 'CHICKADIA BONE CRUSHER'
LAST OF THE DUANES.
TOLL OF THE SEA.
KISS IN THE DARK.