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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THUR SPAY, AUGUST 12, 1926.
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Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Alford return
ed home on Friday evening and Mr.
Alford was in hia place in the pulpit
at the Methodist church on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alford have been absent
from Heppner for the past three
weeks, spending one week with a
daughter residing at Bend, another in
attendance upon the Epworth League
institute at Suttlei Lake and then
week in the mountains in that sec
tion. They report a very successful
institute and Mr. Alford promises us
a write-up of the time he had in
making a climb to the top of one of
the peaks near Bend, which we will
publish the coming week.
Attorney J. J. Nys and family re
turned home from their vacation trip
on Saturday evening. They were ac
companied by Mrs. Carrie Fisher of
Salem, sister of Mr. Nys, who is visit
ing here for a week. Mr. Nys reports
a very enjoyable outing in which they
took in the most of the Willamette
valley from Portland to Eugene, and
the Central Oregon country as far
south as Klamath Falls, registering
some 1400 miles of travel in their
meanderings, and he is of the opinion
that Oregon is a pretty big state but
not so hard to see now that we have
so many good highways.
Walter Dobyns of lone was spend
ing a few hours in the city Monday.
He is now representing the New York
Life Insurance company in this terri
tory and has concluded to take up
this line of work permanently, retir
ing from the farming game. He re
ports that the greater portion of the
threshing in the lone section is now
completed and the most of the grain
in the warehouses from whence it is
fradually being shipped to market.
Buck Lieuallen, state traffic cop,
was a visitor in this neck o' the woods
on Saturday and Sunday. He was
accompanied to Heppner by Mrs.
Lieuallen. It is reproted that a num
ber of gas vehicles received the offi
cial tag at the hends of Mr. Lieu
allen as he was scouting about the
streets of Heppner and elsewhere in
the environs of the city some for
speeding and others for minor offen
ses such as no tail lights, etc.
Miss Leta Humphreys and her bro
ther, Roland, arrived home on Thurs
day last for a visit with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Humphreys. Miss
Humphreys, who is head of the labor
atory in the Christian hospital in
Eugene, is taking her vacation of two
weeks, while Roland, who has finish
ed work in the summer school at the
U. of 0. will remain here until his
school work begins in the fall.
Clarence W. Neill and Miss Beulah
Moore, young people of the Pine City
district, were issued a license to wed
at the office of Clerk Anderson on
Saturday and were married at the
study of Milton W. Bower, pastor of
he Christian church Saturday after
noon. After a short honeymoon trip
they will be at home at Pine City,
where Mr. Neill is engaged in the
Sheriff and Mrs. George McDuffee
re off on an auto trip to Yellowstone
National park, leaving Heppner last
Thursday. They expect to be away
for about two weeks. Writing from
I'ocatello Mrs. McDuffee states it was
laining on their arrival there and it
was hard to say just what the weaht
ei would be at the park.
The announcement of the arrival
of a baby girl on August 7th, at St,
Anthony's hospital, Pendleton, to Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Peterson of Ukiah,
nas received by the editor this week.
The young lady weighed 714 pounds.
Mrs. Peterson was formerly Miss
Kuth Huddleston of this city.
Walter LaDusire, Chrysler dealer
at Heppner disposed 01 tnree cars
during the week. The cars in the
Chrysler 60 model went to the follow
ing: Ralph Justus, a coupe; Mrs. Syl
via Wells, a coach, and Henry Taylor,
Mrs. Ellen Buseick and son Reid
departed today for Portland. They
will visit In that city and take auto
journeys out from there to various
points of interest while enjoying a
vacation of some two or three weeks.
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Anawer to Last Week
J. C. Cumming, general baggage
agent of Portland and J. I. Purdy,
traveling freight and passenger agent
of Walla Walla, wore visitors in
Heppner yesterday, looking after the
ii terests of their departments with
the Union Pacific System.
Mrs. Arthur Campbell arrived this
week from Iowa and is n guest at the
home of Mr. Campbell's parents, Mr.
'Hid Mrs. W. T. Campbell. Arthur is
still at college in Iowa where he is
teaching in the summer school.
There will be a health talk and
cioking demonstration at the home
of Mrs. Paul Gemmell this evening at
7:30. The public is invited, and all
ladies who bring their husbands with
them will receive a prize.
A pair of gold-rimmcd spectacles
were picked up on Main street yester
day and left at this office. The glasses
had been run ever and smashed, but
the rims and bows are O. K. Owner
can get them here.
Frank S. Parker departed Saturday
night on a visit to relatives in Illin
ois and Missouri, expecting to be gone
about three weeks.
Laxton McMurray, lone business
man, was a visitor in this city on
Claud Cox, manager of Morrow
County creamery, accompanied by
Mrs. Cox and the children, departed
Wednesday morning for Lehman
Springs where they will enjoy an out
ing of a week.
Mrs. C. E. Haywood and daughter,
Mrs. Ernest Seaborn and Mrs. Sea
born's two children, from Seattle, are
quests this week at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. P. M. Gemmell in this city.
Postmaster Smead returned home
Tuesday morning from Portland
where he spent a portion of the past
,v. eek attending a convention of post
masters held in the city.
Attorney C. L. Sweek and family
dpparted Wednesday evening on the
first lap of their journey to Eugene
and the coast, where they will spend
two weeks vacationing.
C. W. McNamer of the Central
Market was among those who made
shipments of cattle to the Portland
market on Saturday night from the
License to wed was issued by Clerk
Anderson on Saturday to Clarence E.
Stoddard of Coeur d' Alene, Idaho,
and Emma Belle St. Clair of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. George Krebs of Cecil
were Heppner visitors on Saturday,
as were also Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Krebs of Willow creek.
J. W. Beymer, president of Far-
! mers & Stockgrowers National bank,
was a business visitor in Portland the
first of the week.
Mrs. Pauline Quaid came up from
Portland on Tuesday and is spending
a few days in Heppner looking after
her interests here.
John Jenkins and wife of Boardman
were visitors here for a short time
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Neill of Pine City
were visitors in Heppner on Satur
day. RHEA CREEK GRANGE.
The regular meetings of the Rhea
Creek Grange will be on the first Sun
day and third Saturday of each month
during the summer. The Friday meet
ings as held heretofore are now
changed to Saturday.
For Sale Will sell cheap, residence
property, including furniture, in
Heppner, or will rent property fur
nished. See Dan Rice, Heppner. 19-24
Also just received, beautiful
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A Man's Store for Men
Here Comes Suzanne
The temperamental Suzanne Leng-
len has listened to the call of Amer
ican dollars, turned professional, and
has signed for a tour of the Uulted
States startina- October 1. Who her
. Trys Channel
In the waters of the English Chan
nel for 21 V4 hours, swimming more
than 40 miles and within 2 miles of
Trench soil, Miss Clnrabelle Barrett,
"3, of N. Y.f was forced to give up
due to a dense fog on August 2. Ger
trude Ederle since made the swim successfully.
Facilities at Whitman
College Are Enlarged
The completion of the new women's
dormitory at Whitman college in
Walla Walla, not only makes possible
the centralizing of the housing facil
ities for women college students, but
it makes possible the expansion pro
gram for Whitman Conservatory of
being attracted to Whitman by the
musical advantages offered. By di
MuRift which is demanded bv the in
creasing number of music students
rection of the Board of Overseers
Green Cottage will become the central
dormitory for conservatory women
students, with its own dining-room,
and is being refurnished so as to be
ready for occupancy with the opening
of the Fall term which begins Tues
day, September 7.
The recent installation of a new
pipe organ in MacDowell Hall, pro
vides needed added facilities, to the
organ department. Prof. John Mc
Cormick, of the faculty of music
school of Oberlin college, Oberlin, O.,
has been engaged to head this de
pprtment, taking the place made va
cant by the resignation of Mrs. Ro
wtna Ludwigs Lester.
Whitman Conservatory of Music,
while a part of Whitman college, has
its own administration, and accepts
students who are not enrolled in the
college. The handsome, three-story,
fire-proof structure which houses the
school, is devoted entirely to the
teaching and practice of music and is
one of the most modern and best
equipped conservatories in the west.
JOHN MERCEREAU'S stage coach lumbered its creaking
way from New York to Philadelphia in a day and a half,
in 1771, nd was considered so fast that it was called "The
Flying Machine." When steam came into use, there were the
"Comet," the 'Thunderbolt" and similar names, suggesting
the attainment of the age-old need speedy messengers.
Man's effort to overcome the limitations of time and dis
tance finally put electricity to work, and it became his swiftest
, message bearer
' Hall a century ago Bell invented the telephone. It is more
than a messenger, for it has been developed to carry man's
spoken words for great distances with the swiftness of light.
Through its wizardry space is conquered with the speed of
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' AND POULTRY
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line to sell.
Phone Main 652
you can have SURE protection.
"Safety First" has long been a slogan that
we all follow in mos things. But in one respect many of us.
are often too careless. We do not take sufficient eare of our
Day by day we read of robberies of thous
ands of dollars in paper and jewelry. There is only one way
to combnt this evil. And that is by the Safe Deposit Box in
the vaults of a strong bank.
If you keep your valuables in your own home
even in a supposedly secure wall safe, you are liable to heavy
losses. We cannot recommend too strongly that you investi
gate our Safe Depoit Vaults. You will find them positively
safe from burglar, fire and water. This service is exceptionally
convenient and the cost is remarkably low.
Now is the time to act before you suffer a
loss. Le tus show you the way to "Safety First" for your val
. unbles. H is a practical plan that many men and women have
adopted. You will find that it fits in naturally with your ideas
of safcy and protection.
Farmers & Stockgrowers National
Heppner Bank Ore&on
TO OUR CREAM CUSTOMERS :
We can only make the grade of buttre from the grade of
cream we receive. Now, if we are going ahead and be on the
map like other surviving creameries, we must have A-grade
cream. We are not churning any B-grade cream. We will pay
market price for A-grade cream.
Morrow County Creamery Co.
W. C. COX, Manager.
The BesT: the
GREEN PEPPERS CUCUMBERS
You'll find seasonable fruits and vegetables
here. Canning peach Crop Will
soon be here.
HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, Only $2.00 the Year
at prices you can
afford to can them
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arriving in quantities
Phelps Grocery Company
opponents will be Is unknown.