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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEB. 17, 1927.
MRS. A. T. HBREIM. Correspondent
Ray Brown and daughter Mabel
motored to Hermiston Monday where
the former had his upper teeth ex
tracted. He has had all his teeth re
moved and it is thought his health
will improve now. He has not been
in good health for some time.
Boardman friends were pleased to
hear of the safe arrival of Mrs. N. W.
Broome and four children at their
home in Virginia. They had a splen
The crane which has been used at
Messner for several months for load
ing coal was shipped Sunday for Cos
mopolis, Wash. A hoist has been
completed at Messner for loading the
engines. The Addison Metier com
pany has the contract for supplying
engines with coal. They had charge
of the coal chute before it burned.
Bobby Smith established a new low
record on the Boardman golf links
last Sunday when he made the rounds
in 38. The previous record was 89
and was made by him. The golf
course is a popular place on warm,
pleasant Sundays, and there are many
Mrs. A. Porter went to Portland
last week to be with her daughter who
Mr. and Mrs. R. McCarter and
daughter Laura Mae left, iist week
for Vale, Ore., where they will es
tablish their residence on the new
project. They shipped their goods
in an emigrant car. Mr. McCarter
was over to Vale several months ago
looking things over and was much im
pressed with the possibilities of that
J. C. Ballenger was at Shaniko for
several days last week where he has
an outfit grinding fertilizer for the
Guy Barlow, who has been on the
sick list is recovering. Barlows have
had quite a siege of flu.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Messenger and
"three daughters motored to Echo on
Sunday to see the new young Truman
Elmer Messenger, Jr., and incidently
his parents. tj
Frances Gaglia is improved and
returned to school Monday. She was
taken to The Dalles last week to see
Mrs. S. H. Boardman went to Pen
dleton to consult a specialist about
one of her eyes which had gathered
Order them any day.
We prepare them
to suit the taste.
ED CHINN, Prop.
and caused her much pain. She is
much improved and the doctor did not
think it anything really serious.
Mrs. J. F. Gorham and Mrs. Royal
Rands entertained jointly last Satur
day at the Gorham home for Mrs.
Henry Klages, who left Sunday to
make her home in Hermiston. Sev
eral of her friends were present and
the afternoon was spent in visiting
and doing bits of needlework. A
dainty luncheon was served by the
hostesses. Guests were Mesdames C.
G. Blayden, Frank Cramer, F. A. For
tier, Harvey Huff, Chas. Goodwin. N.
A. Macomber, R. ttingmon, A. Chaffee
and mother, Mrs. Mayne, and Mrs. C.
Boardman friends are glad to know
that Mrs. Robert Wilson is much im
proved. She has been at the Ray
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nethercott and
three children left Sunday in their
Ford for Portland where they may lo
cate. If Mr. Nethercott does not find
employment there they may go on
down to Medford.
Mrs. Arthur Allen and baby return
ed to their home in Olex Sunday after
a week's visit at the Jess Allen home.
Arthur Allen came up for them Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Spagle were
overnight visitors here last Wednes
day, coming up from Fossil.
The American Legion members en
tertained the Auxiliary last Thursday
night at Root's hall. The fun was
fast and furious and laughter filled
the hall. The Legionnaires proved
themselves royal hosts indeed. The
program consisted of readings, some
sleight of hand performances some
musical numbers on the guitar and
violin by H. B. Hawkins and N. A.
Macomber. Hamburger and onions
proved to be the piece de resistance
of the lunch with pickles and coffee
as a side issue.
Keep the future fair in mind and
make plans now. The apiarists should
have an excellent display this year
and it is hoped that there will be a
much larger display in the poultry
department than is usual, since there
are so many fine turkeys and chickens
The Misses Leathers, Kankonen,
Beougher, Silver and Falk were en
tertained Thursday night at the C.
S. Calkins home at a sumptuous din
ner. The evening passed all too quick
ly with music and games.
Earl Cramer motored to Pendleton
Much work is being done on the
highway which was pretty much cut
up by the continued rains, heavy
snow and freezing. The grader is out
every day and patching crews are on
this patrol. The work is in charge
of E. T. Messenger, patrolman for
this section of the highway.
Henry Klages and family moved
Sunday to Hermiston where they pur
chased a 5-acre tract last spring. Earl
Cramer took their household goods up
on his truck.
That an. old fashioned party with
games of various sorts can still be
thoroughly enjoyed in this jazi age
was attested by the crowd that gath
ered at the church Friday night. Mrs.
E. T. Messenger was in charge of the
games and there was merriment from
the very beginning. Two sides were
chosen with C. S. Calkins captain of
one side and Mrs. M. K. Flickinger
of the other and much competition
was shown between the two aides. La
ter a spelling match was enjoyed and
some of the grade youngsters stood
up a long time but M. K. Flickinger
proved to be the best speller and was
awarded the prize.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nizer presided
at a sumptuous dinner on Sunday,
having Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Blayden,
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gorham and Miss
Alice Falk and Chas. Barnes as guests.
Mrs. Nizer has a well deserved repu
tation for being an excellent cook and
her dinners are always looked for
ward to with much pleasure by her
The Misses Silver, Boeugher and
Falk, who live at the "Do Drop Inn,"
entertained Friday evening at a beau
tifully appointed dinner, having Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Kelly as guests.
W. A. Price was recently initiated
into the I. 0. 0. F.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wicklander and
Mrs. Brice Dillabough were Hermis
ton visitors Monday, going up for
Mrs. L. G. Smith had a severe at
tack of nose bleed on Monday and the
hemorrhage lasted 12 hours before it
could be stopped. Mrs. Ballenger
stayed with her. Smiths live on the
Mr. Kelly was sick and absent from
school Monday. He had a very sore
Erma Broyles was quite ill with a
bad case of sore throat but has re
covered and resumed her school work.
Mrs. H. Cason is still in Portland
where she has been taking treatments
for some time.
Boardman friends were grieved to
hear of the death of Mrs. Ellis Gar
rett who passed away February 5 at
Medford hospital. She had been ill
since last August when she suffered
a stroke and death came as a release
from much pain. Garretts lived here
several years, farming the Gibbons
TPXOWN the road it travels, one of the most efficient things
' on wheels. Coils of wire are stored inside. Tools are in the
snug lockers. Pike poles and shovels are in their racks. A big
winch is bolted to its frame and there are pipes of steel from
which to form a sturdy derrick.
Sometimes it draws a trailer loaded with long, straight poles.
Sometimes it bears a heavy reel of cable. Often its lod is men.
The telephone truck gets many a glance as it passes. For
whether on the peace-time job of construction and mainten
ance or bound to where snow and sleet have made for it a
battle ground, it means power, speed, efficiency, economy and
human loyalty, united in the task of making telephone service
better, broader, more dependable.
The Pacific Telephone And Telegraph Company
One Policy One System - Universal Servic
Star Theater, Heppner,Ore.
A show every night. Four Programs each week, changes on Sunday,
Show Starts at 7:30.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Admission: Children 20c, Adults 30c, unless otherwise stated.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17 AND 18:
WABS,r!..f! "BEHIND THE FRONT"
The sunny side of the war. A riot of grotesque and gorgeous gags. A COMEDY SCREAM!
Also OH! MONKEY BE GOOD, two reel comedy, and PERILS OF THE WILD.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19:
Hoot Gibson in "TAMING THE WEST"
From the story by H. W. Bower. Hoot doing his stuff in cave-man style with plenty of fast action.
Also THE LITTLE WARRIOR, two reel comedy-western.
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20 AND 21 :
Buster Keatori in "THE GENERAL"
Here's, where your cares go over the back fence; there's no room for trouble in the same world
with THE GENERAL. Laughter is first, foremost and free. Never has Buster packed so much
howling glee into one picture. This is the picture Buster made at Cotage Grove during the past summer
and is his best to date. Also HIS GIRL FRIEND, two reel comedy.
Children 25c, Adults 50c
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22 & 23:
Norma Shearer & Conrad Nagle in ... . "THE WANING SEX"
A snappy, .mirthful picture of a girl who thought a career better than Romance a delightful
film comedy of a man, a vamp and a modern girl Ntirma Shearer will delight you in this modern story.
Also HELP WANTED, comedy, and FOX NEWS REEL.
Tom Mix in HARD BOILED.
Ann Pennington and Julian Eltinge in
THE FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE APOCALYPSE.
Lililan Rich and Creighton Hale in SEVEN DAYS.
ranch on the East End, and Mrs.
Garrett's friends were numbered by
those who knew her. She was a kind
and helpful neighbor, a true friend,
a loving wife and mother. One ion,
Glenn Garrett, an ex-service man, and
her husband, Ellis Garrett, survive
her. The Garretts lived in the north
west a great many years and about a
year ago moved to Southern Oregon.
Boardman friends extend sympathy
to the father and son.
Deibert Johnson is home from a 3
weeks' visit in Portland with rela
tives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Coats and
daughter Echo were recent visitors at
the C. F. Barlow home. Mrs. Coats
is a daughter of the Barlows.
1927 BABY CHIX 1927.
Tancred White Leghorn chi al S15
per 100; $135 per 1000. Also O. A. C.
Barred Plymouth Rocks at $17 per
100: $155 per 1000. Hathinr Hnte
March 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29; April 6, 12,
19, 26; May 8, 10, 17, 24 and PI. A
500 or larger order takes 100(1 rote:
all shipments express prepaid. May
cnix as ZU7S reduction; 20 deposit
books order. Custom hatching at one
:ent per egg per week, original count.
Come and see us at our new location.
12-3m. WHITE POULTRY FARM.
GERALD A. WHITE, Hermiston, Ore.
ESTRAY TAKEN UP.
I have taken up at my place on
Rhea creek, one red cow. 5 venra old:
calf by side; white spot in forehead;
branded II (connected) on rio-ht him
under half crop in right ear; small
torx and two splits in left ear. Own
er may have same by paying feed bill
and other costs. JAY HIATT.
CARD OF THANKS.
To the many friends and neighbors
who so kindly assisted in every way
during the illness and at the burial
of our beloved mother, Mrs.' Mary
Josephine Hughes, we extend the
deepest gratitude of our hearts.
Wanted To get 215 acres plowed
17 miles south of lone. Also have 2
extra quarter sections of land to rent
on shares. Chas. M. Wagner, Gen.
Del., Denver, Colorado. 47-49.
NOTICE OF SALE OF ANIMALS.
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of the laws of the State of Ore
gon, the undersigned has taken up the
herinafter described animals found
running at large upon his premises in
Morrow County, State of Oregon, and
that he will on Saturday, the 5th day
of March, 1927, at the hour of 10:00
o'clock in the forenoon of said day at
the Wm. Finley place, three miles
northwest of the Alpine School House
in Morrow County, State of Oregon,
offer for sale and sell to the highest
bidder for cash in hand, the said ani
mals, unless the same shall have been
redeemed by the owner or owners
thereof. The said animals are des
cribed as follows:
One black horse, 4 years old, weight
about 900 pounds, branded MC on
One bay horse, white hind feet,
branded WF connected on right shoul
der, weight 900 pounds.
One black mare, white hind foot,
branded D on left shoulder, weight
G. L. BENNETT,
R. R., Lexington, Oregon.
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SPECIAL FEBRUARY 19 to 26
Klenzo Tooth Paste, 35c. Regularly 50c
Klenzo Liquid Antiseptic 40c. Reg. 40c
OR BOTH FOR 70c
PATTERSON & SON
The Rexall Store
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Give sulficient time and attention
to the selection of your new mil
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quite different high crowns, nar
row brims. The spring colors, too,
Let us help you find the particular
hat that is correct for you, in style
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