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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, DEC. 16, 1926.
MRS, A. T. HEfiEIMi Correspondent.
Just a few words to the Heppner
ites who feel they should ask assist
ance from the county court for es
tablishing; a library: Boardman is
fctarting one on her own initiative,
without outside assistance from any
one. Our postmaster, Mrs. Leo Root
very kindly offered to take charge
of it gratis, and the P. T. A. is spon
soring the cost of transportation for
the traveling library and cost of the
necessary material for bookshelves.
Men have gladly donated their ser
vices to put these in place. We And
over'our waythat a little community
spirit goei a. long ways toward accom
plishing some desired -end and al
though we do have some bickering
and quarreling among ourselves
(what small town does not?), when
the need comes there js-a united
stand on any such worthwhile ques
tion. I'arl Cramer and son Basil were
Pendielon visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Porter leave this
week for their home in Portland for
the holidays, ' . , ,.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Fitzger and son
rf Umatilla spent the day Wednesday
at the Ralph Davis home.
Richard Dingmon and Modesto, a
Mexican, who were both seriously In
jured several weeks ago .have return
ed to their homes from St. Anthony's
hospital. Both were injured when a
speeder lost a wheel as they were re
turning from their work and they
were thrown off, Mr. Dingmon suffer
ing a concussion of the brain and
Modesto having a foot badly injured.
Much road work has been done- on
'the project roads the past few weeks.
C. Astor Smith and E. Duggan have!
purcnsBeu an mwawr-nent radio
which is giving them much pleasure.
Work on M.K. Marshall's new home
is progressing finely.. It is bunga
low and will be one of the most at
tractive houses on the project when
completed. A new barn is also be
' A great many Boardman people pur
chased some so-called Dilly bulbs
from a street booth at the Rouhd-Up
which proved worthless., A bulb sent
to a Portland seed house for exam
ination brought the reply that it was
no doubt a worthless shipment of
bulbs purchased for that purpose. The
local reporter wrote Mr. Baer, secre
tary of the Round-Up association,
who stated that he had turned the
matter over to the police department
and no permit would be issued if ap
plication was made next year by the
'C, 6. Blayderi has painted his lit
tle house and has done some remod
eling on it.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Fortier and
Norma were guests at the Chas. Good
win home . on Wednesday evening at
a,mos delightful dinner.
Glen Hadleyis building a big chick
en F juse pn his ranch and expects to
go into the chicken business on a
- Rjchard, the youngest eon of Mr.
and 'Mrs. L. V. Root, was ill last
week for a day or so and was taken
to the doctor who ordered an imme
diate operation for acute appendicitis.
He was' taken- to Pendleton Friday
where an operation' was performed
arid ' is'ge(ting' along nicely. This
ic Richard's second experience with
the surgeon's knife, he having had a
serious mastoid operation about two
Mrs. Lee Mead and children were
week-end visitors in Portland,
The' Science club composed of
freshmen and sophomores under the
supervision of Mr. Jantzen, the sci
ence teacher, meets every other week
to discuss scientific subjects of in
terest. Papers are written and read
by different members of the club.
Some of the meetings are held in the
school house and some in the homes
of different members. Llilian Brice
has been elected chairman and Alvie
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Mefford, secretary of the club. The
next meeting will be Dee. 23, with
papers by Nellie Dillon on "New Dis
coveries in Science" and Alvie Met'
ford on "Sun Spots."
The Bennet family who have been
living in the Tom Miller ranch house
have moved to Willow creek.
Plans for the Boardman basketball
teams are well under way and prac
tice will begin this week. Arrange
ments have been made to use the
Arlington gymnasium for the time be
ing. The boys who are expected to
turn out for practice are Carl Ayres,
Russell Mefford; Eldon Wilson, Ray
Barlow, Kenneth Boardman, Alvie
Mefford, Robert Berger and Buster
Rands. The girls are Nellie Dillon,
Helen Boardman, Gladys Wilson, Mil
dred Messenger, Helen Chaffee, Ra
chel Johnson, Esther Imus, and Cath
Rev. Adkin Smith concluded Mb se
ries of evangelistic meetings on
Thursday evening. Although the at
tendance haB been as large as was
anticipated, the meetings have been
full of interest and well worth while.
A very interesting Christmas pro
gram is being planned by the grade
school and will be given on Thursday
evening before Christmas. The out
standing feature of the program will
be a cantata, "The Night Before
Christmas," by Mrs. Feess' room and
under her direction. Three or four
numbers including reading and music,
will be given by each of the other
grade rooma. The program will be
gin promptly at 7:30 so the children
may be home not later than 10. The
busses will leave town at 6:30 sharp
to bring in the children.
The high school play was eiven
Friday night at school. Details next
Arthur Humphrey and Geo. Gross
each took a truck load of goods on
Sunday to Penawawa, Wn., the former
home of the Humphreys. Humphreys
rented the Uibbons place one year
but decided to return to wheat rais
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Rands and fam
ily were dinner guests at the Lee
Mead home at a delightful dinner
Sunday, Dec, 6.
The Misses Alice Falk and Elsie
Silver were guests at the C. S. Calkins
home on Sunday, Dec, 5.
Electric lights have been installed
in the church.
An interesting P. T. A. meeting was
held last Tuesday evening. Much rou
tine business was transacted. A pleas
ing program was given with vocal
solos by Mrs. Ralph Davis, Mr. Calk
ins, Briie Dillabaugh. Mr. Kelly spoke
about the results of the physical ex
aminations given by Dr. Sears the
Monday previous. Too many bad ton
sils, adenoids and swollen glands
were found, and a few cases of sus
pected goitre. Lee Mead was elected
rresident for the ensuing year. Mrs.
Ralph Davis, vice president, Miss La
Velle Leathers, secretary, and Mrs. F.
A. Fortier, treasurer. Mrs. Allegro
Feess gave an interesting talk, "In
Tune With the Child," and also a
talk on music appreciation. A piano
duet by Mrs. Lee Mead and Mrs.
Ralph Davis was greatly enjoyed. The
program committee for the January
meeting is Mrs. Messenger, Mrs. Kel
ly, Mr. Johnson and the lunch com
mittee is Mrs. Ray Brown, Mrs, Ma
comber and Mr. Fortier. It was vot
ed to increase the dues from 10c to
25c per member to provide the P. T.
A. with a little funds for necessary
CARD OF THANKS.
Our sincere thanks are thus ex
pressed to all the friends at Hepp
ner, and to the members of Heppner
Lodge Jo. 69, A. F. & A. M., for their
kindness and assistance in the hour
of our bereavement and for the many
beautiful Moral offerings.
Mrs. ANNA HART and family,
MRS. MELISSA MARLATT.
MRS. E. F. DAY,
MRS. ELLEN BUSEICK.
Miss Annie Hynd of Sand Hollow
successfully passed her examination
for final citizenship papers before
Judge Phelps on Monday.
The Quality Line
WEATHER A LITTLE CHILLY.
Colder weather hit the Heppner
section on Sunday, ami' there was a
fall of several inches of snow here.
In parts of the county surrounding
this city the snowfall was heavier
as it began snowing quite hard on
Saturday night. Monday the ther
mometer began to drop and during
the night reached 6 below zero at this
Rev. I. V. Parker and Charles Not
son, who attended the Methodist
Mens conference in Portland for two
days the past week, returned home
on Saturday, meeting up with con
siderable inclement weather as they
traveled along the Columbia highway.
They -report the conference a com
plete success and a gathering they
But-a:few more days remain in
which to do your Christmas shop
ping. Why not do it right now?
Winter barley seed. Brown Whse.
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j We : serve good meals 1
and short orders. 1
GOOD COFFEE j
I American Bakery & Cafe
Low Prices Slashed at
Buy Now for Christmas Giving
In POCKET KNIVES
ONLY A FEW LEFT.
One of the best values we have in the store.
ALL OUR FRESH, NEW, AND UP-TO-DATE
in bracelets, Neck Pieces, Ear Drops, Rings, Beads
of ail kinds,
Most of this stock we have just received.
Anything we have left in -J Cp "D-J
YOUREX Silver goes at JlTICC
Cheese Set, plate and server, Regular $12.50 Now $9.35
Jelly Set, plate and server. Regular $12.50 Now $9.35
Lemon Set, plate and fork: Regular $12.50 Now $9.35
Mayonnaise Set, bowl and spoon. Reg. $12.50 Now $9.35
Mayonnaise Set, bowl and spoon. Reg. $13.50 Now $10.15
Ladies Wrist Watches
Beautiful white gold design one of the best we have
guaranteed movemntv . One that you would be very pleased
Regular Price $40.00 Sale Price $30.00.
Roger's Nice Salad
Extra Special $2.95
Guaranteed for Ten Years.
8-Day Mantle Clocks
Regular (15.00. Mahogany fin
ishhour and half hour strike.
Fully guaranteed. Reg. $5.60.
Reg. $1.00 Now 69c
Special on Cuff Links
Reg. 75c Now 29c
Men's Strap Wrist Watches
Very good movements in the latest shapes.
Regular $12.50 Now $9.85 Regular $15.00 Now $10.75
Elgin Wrist Watch, Regular $25.00 Now $18.75
Regular $3.50 Now $2.45
JIFFY CRUMBERS Some
thing new. Reg. $5.50 $4.85
LADIES' WRIST WATCH
6-Jewc4 Swiss. Very Good Value.
Reg. $15.00, for only $11.45
Genuine Stone Cameos.
SOLID GOLD MOUNTINGS
Reg. $45.00 $2240. Reg. $12.60$6.f3
Reg. $8.00 $4.(0.
Reg. $6.00 $3.00
HALF-PRICE AND LESS
$10.00 Set Now $4.95
$18.45 Set Now $9.15
Don't Forget to Look in Our Windows for Specials We Haven't Room
to Tell You About. Also on Our Bargain Table You Will Find Many
Things to Please You for Gifts.
EXTRA FINE QUALITY
Were $3.00 Now $2.28
Were $2.75 Now $1.85
Were $2.25 Now $1.70
Salts and Peppers
$6.00 for $4.45
$7.00 for $4.45
$3.50 for $2.45
Metal Wrist Watch
In White, Green, Yellow Gold.
!4-Off Regular Price
All sites from 12 to 24 inches.
Atlantic hand-dipped, non-drip.
From 25c to 50c
Only 7 Shopping
Days til Xmas
Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
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