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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, DEC. 17, 1925.
MRS. A. T. HEEEIM. Correspondent.
Mrs. E. K. Mulkey is recoverinr
rrom a ifnooi operation at The
Dalles hospital and ii expected home
Mahal and Catherine Brown, daugh
ten of Mr. and Mra. Ray Brown, who
ear Been Terr ill, are both improv
ing gradually. Mabel haa been run
ning a temperature of 104 and 105
degree, bat the fever ha lowered
and ahe it improving verv alowlv
They both are student! at Boardman
Richard Dingman who wai unable
to work for several weeks because of
badly injured hand has returned to
bit work on the railroad. Mr. Ding
nan had tha middle finger of his left
hand broken and badly cut just be-
lorc 1 hanksgivmg.
Mrs. Sam Shell returned Sunday
irora ine cuffs, Wash., where she
was called by the death of her bro
ther. Aria Short, who passed away
last Wednesday. Funeral services
were held on Saturday and interment
waa at Uoldendale, Wash.
Gene Minges of Goldendale, Wash.,
came last week to make his home with
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mitchell, who went
to Goldendale Wednesday and brought
me coy Home with them. The lad
wno is IX years of age, lost his moth
er recently. He is a nephew of Robt
and Ueo. Mitchell.
Mrs. Leslie Packard gave a dance
Saturday night for the beneBt of the
basketball team. A good crowd at
tended and all enjoyed the occasion
and the good music W. A. Goodwin
served the lunch.
Mrs. H. H. Weston returned Sunday
from a pleasant trip to Pendleton,
motoring up on Saturday. At Echo
ahe met her daughter, Mrs, Neal
Bleakney, and children who went to
Pendleton with her where they vis
ited Mrs. M. L Morgan and family.
A double-header was played Friday
evening at the Murchie building with
Irrigon high and Boardman high and
the Irrigon and Boardman town
teams. Boardman high wsa defeated
but the local town team won over the
C S. Calkins has been on the sick
list the past several days.
Mr. Mosier, one of the line men
with the telephone crew at Boardman,
has gone to Athena to accept a posi
tion as head lineman.
W. H. Woodard and Jess Lower mo
tored to Pendleton' Thursday.
Chas. Barnes came last week from
Portland and will remain for several
S. L. Beck loaded his well drilling
outfit and shipped it to Portland for
repairs and will then ship it to Canby
where the Becks will move shortly,
having rented a small ranch there
nd where Mr. Beck has engaged to
drill a number of wells. He has
drilled a great many wells here, 10
of them fine artesian wells.
Perl Howell, who has been in charge
of the Latourell garage here, has
gone to Heppner and the garage has
been rented to Albert Mefford.
Mrs. Ensign perpetrated a pleasant
surprise party honoring her husband's
65th birthday, last Friday at the
Highway Inn. The telephone crew
were guests and an elaborate dinner
was served. A cake filled with cotton
provided much amusement for the
guests when it was cut by the honor
guest. Mrs. Ensign was ably assist
ed by Mrs. Woodard and Mrs. Stevens.
Mr. Ensign is the head lineman of the
Miss Grace Rasmussen arrived Sat
urday for a visit with her friend,
Miss Dorothy Boardman.
Mrs. W. H. Woodard is the newest
recruit to the bobbed hair fad.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ransier and fam
ily motored to Pendleton Sunday to
visit the latter's sister.
C. M. Wade, representative of the
State Humane Society, was a Board
man visitor at the 0. H. Warner home
Saturday. Mr. Wade was on his way
to Eastern Oregon.
Mesdames Jenkins, Packard and
Spagle were Arlington visitors on
Mrs. Swogger entertained charm
ingly on Sunday at her home in Uma
tilla, having her former Sunday school
class as guests. All had a merry
time and enjoyed the games and the
light repast Those who attended
were Rachel and Deibert Johnson,
Caroline Hunt, Helen and Kenneth
Boardman and Mildred Messenger.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davis and fam
ily were guests at the W. A. Price
home at a most delightful dinner on
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. King extended
the.r hospitality on Wednesday eve
ning at a charming 6 o'clock dinner
when they entertained Mr. and Mrs.
C. S. Calkins and daughter Alice.
An event of Importance occurred
last Wednesday when Stanton Van
cleve Hadley came to make his home
with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hadley. He
waa a lusty young lad and weighed
10 pounds. Mother and baby are do
ing nicely and everybody pleased
over the new arrival.
Frances and Donald Gaglia are im
proving slowly after a very serious
illness, pronounced intestinal flu by
the doctor at The Dalles, where they
were taken. i
Work is progressing rapidy on the
new project at Blalock Island. Houses
are being repaired, lumber hauled
over, and much work being done. A
crew of 13 or 15 men are employed
and it is planned to level and seed
approximately 500 acres before spring.
About "5 years ago an effort was made
by Dr. Blalock of Walla Walla to de
velop this island which is a large one
in the Coumbia river, extending from
Boardman to Irrigon. Some nice
homes were erected, fruit trees plant
ed and alfalfa raised, but the project
was abandoned. A Seattle concern
is sponsoring this effort and it is
hoped it will not prove to be an illu
sion and disappointed hopes and
dreams to the purchasers of parcels
of land there.
Ed Salmen and Hugo Koski return
ed Friday evening from Portland af-.
ter several weeks absence. John
Koski is in Spokane at the present
Mayor Joseph W. Young
VV Cr M
At the recent election of officials
in Hollywood-by-the-Sea, Florida,
Mr. Joseph W. Young had the hon
or of being appointed the first
Mayor of this new city.
(Too late for last week)
Mrs. T. E. Broyles had as week-end
visitors hre uncle, Louis Bridges, of
California, and her aunt, Mrs. Cal-
breath, and cousin Tom Calbreath, of
The Dalles, who motored up for the
week end. Mr. Bridges visited a
sister at Corvallis on his way from
Ralph Humphrey and wife plan to
live on their ranch next season. The
Humphreys have a fine new son about
four weeks of age. Ralph has been
here making some preparations, haul
ing lumber, etc., as he plans to build
a small addition to his house in the
Leo Root is building an addition.
to be used as bedrooms, on the north
side of the postoffice building.
Walpole, has returned to her home
The Wadsworth store was broken
into last Sunday night, and about five
dollars in small change taken.
GA-trude Graybeal attended . her
high school classes "all day" Tues
day. Irrigon Sunday schoo will give a
short Christmas program one evening
next week. Watch for poste
Deibert Knight has returned from
Baker to snend the winter mnntli.
with the home folks.
The teachers and students of Irri
gon school are working diligently at
the preparation of the Christmas ex
ercises which will be given next Wed
nesday evening. Everybody invited.
The Grange will give one of its so
cial meetings on Friday evening of
this week. Let everyone in the com
munity try to attend as these affairs
are given for th good of all.
Gertrude Graybeal entertained com
pany from out of town the first of
Mrs. Ed Duran has returned from an
extended visit at Salem.
Karl Beach returned Monday from
an over-Sunday visit with his family
at Walla Walla. He was accompanied
to the city by Mrs. Ola Ward and
James Keller. Mr. Beach brought
home a new Studebaker which he is
demonstrating to his friends.
T. W. Cutsforth suffered the loss
by lire of his Morgan property ltst
week. The house contained furniture
but had been unoccupied for a num
ber of weeks. We understand that
the loss is partly covered by insur
ance. Jolly Jack Tars, Cowboys, City
Dudes, accompanied by Red Cross
nurses, Round-Up Queens and Chorus
Girls, appeared at the home of Mrs.
Fred Kelly about two o'clock Satur
day afternoon and enjoyed with her
a number of pleasant hours. Upon
close observation the guests proved
to be Lexington high school girls who
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have 'em. Prices right, deliv
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Phone Main 753, JBeppner, Ore.
The bazaar given last Saturday eve
ning was a success socially and finan
cially. The gross receipts were about
Irrigon high school boys came out
on the short end of the score in a
basketball game with Boardman high
at Boardman skating rink. Our town
team won from Boardman town team
Mrs. Earl Rand, who has been vis
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
More and more cod-liver
oil is forging ahead a a
protector and bulkier of
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Brown Warehouse Co.
Phones: Warehouse 643, Residence 644
partook of Mrs. Kelly's program of
pleasure with all she seat of youth
and who though clad in masquerade
made no masquerade of their appre
ciation of Mrs. Kelly's hospitality.
Mrs. Kate Bunnell left Friday for
her home in Portland after a pleas
ant visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Ada Eskelson and daughters
Beulah and Zelma, will leave this
week to make their home in the vicin
ity of the new sawmill which ia be
ing erected in the mountains. .
It is interesting to note that two
Lexington boys, Lawrence and Laurel
Beach, figured in the production of
Whitman's annual opeta which wns
the comic "When Johnny Comes
Marching Home," which was present
ed at the Thanksgiving season by
students of Whitman Conservatory
Now is the time to
for your winter
Heppaer, Lexington, ' lone
wh. 1L '695
Coupe . 675
Sedan . 715
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that thousands will welcome I Fool the coat of 1
gifts for rather, mother, sister, and brother and
make a Chevrolet th family's preaeat to tha family,
Talk. It over at the table, tonight. Then pay u a visit.
Learn how Urde it will coat to have a good-kicking,
dependable car in which to make the Christmas calls
this year. ' .
Catering qaalhrr at low ceat, giving you rjnality fem
tarna found on the finest can, a CiwvroJtt will be a
Isodxig gift one chat you and the wkot Ymlry will
bs enjoying long art leaser gifts have forgotten.
Come in and order just what
you like best.
We always hame it, and will
cook it just the way you like.
Try our special MERCHANTS
LUNCH served daily from 11
Chinese Noodles at all hours.
Oysters and other Sea Food
are now in season.
ED CHINN, Prop.
Ferguson Chevrolet Co.
QUALITY AT LOW COOT
oline that ever pro
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On sale at the "Red
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We are agents for
Oregon City Woolen Mills
Blankets, Indian Robes
Men's and Boys' Suits
Shirts and Blouses
See Our Window
Listen To Its
"I'm a new dollar, crisp and spot
less. The cashier lays me out I'm all
ready for service.
A man just borrowed me so I'm go
ing out to settle a debt It's a good
thing I was where he could get me so
quickly. I'm ready cash.
I'm in a purse now. It is dark and
cramped Ah! Light! I'm exchanged
for a Christmas gift, and a bargain too !
Well, I'm in the bank again.- The
merchant brought me. This is a fine
bank, busy, yet so friendly and willing
to serve. I feel at home here.
Wow ! Some fellow cashed his salary
check and is tossing us around. Let's
go! So long fellows! Just me left. The
poor fool, he gave me away. Serves
him right, he's broke, now!
Things are happening fast. I'm
gambling now! There! I got away.
Oh, I'm slippery, I am. Not many can
Now I'm hiding under a pillow. Some
one put me here, but I don't feel safe!
Just what I thought I'm stolen.
I'll get away from this guy quick. Ah,
a hole! I'll wiggle thru and out upon
Here comes a man I like he looks
like he knows how to treat us! There
he spies me!
Back in the bank! I'm happy and
safe now! I'll work hard and when
that thrifty man comes back I'll sur
prise him with the interest I've earned.
4 Per Cent
Interest on Savings
First National Bank