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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1927.
Mra. Adeni Gustavson and daugh
ter of San Francisco have been visit
ing her uncle, 0. E. Johnson, the past
J. F, M. Farrens was brought to the
ranch of his son Glen Farrens Sun
day. He has been living with his
daughter, Mrs. Laura Ward, at Lex
ington during the past winter.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hasting and
Crace Miller left last week for Yak
ima, Wash., where Mr. Hasting plans
to ehear sheep.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Booher of
Heppner were visitors of Corda Sa
Owen Leathers and Charlie McDan
iel returned Sunday from Arlington
on account of the weather being too
cold for shearing.
The intermediate grade room spent
Friday picnicing on McKinney creek.
A most delightful time was had by all
in spite of the unexpected storm
which struck Hardman about four
o'clock that afternoon.
Leslie and Jimmy Brannon were
visitors here Sunday.
William Smith is a visitor here
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Batty and son
Kenneth were visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. Lou Knighten Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. LeVonne Hiatt were
visitors here Monday.
The Misses Helen Fredreckson,
Hostcr Thorpe and Beth Bieakman
visited shortly at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. G. A. Bieakman Monday eve
Miss Mildred Farrens was chosen
to represent the Hardman Union high
school in the oratorical class at the
Morrow County Declamatory contest
to be held in Heppner Friday evening.
Twelve kiddies spent a happy after
noon at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. Stevens on Easter Sunday, the
occasion being the birthday of little
Lois. After an egg hunt and games
the children were led to the dining
room where the table was gay with
candy rabbits, chickens and a beau
tiful cake with six little candles. The
delicious luncheon of sandwiches,
' cocoa, jello and cake was enjoyed
imensely by evreyone.
MEN ARE HELD TO GRAND JURY.
Tom Williams and Harvey Graves,
who were arrested in Portland last
week and returned to Heppner on a
charge of larceny of wool from Henry
Krebs of Willow creek, were given a
preliminary hearing before Squire
Avers. Thursday evening. They were
held to the grand jury under bond
which they were unable to furnish
and were remanded to the care of
oheriff McDuffee and will continue to
leside at the county bastile until such
time as their case is disposed of,
John Talley, deputy sheriff of Mult
nomah county, came up to testify at
LAD TAKEN' TO REFORM SCHOOL.
Earl Hottman, eldest son ot Mrs
ttntJi Hntrman of thia citv. was be
fnrp .TnHcro Reni?e in the juvenile
court Monday morning to answer to
complaints filed against nim. tiav
Koor, iit, Hufnri the court before
and admonished by the judge that he
should mend his ways, that official
considered that the boy snould oe
placed under further restraint, and
he was committed to the ttate reform
school at Salem. Sheriff McDuffee de-
nnrtpH nt nnre with the lad. who
14 years of age, and he will be looked
after in the state institution,
Hi'T) HURT RY EXPLOSION'.
Raymond Reid, 11-year-old stepson
of A. R. Reid of this ctiy, suffered
severe injury to one of his hands
ia waaV while nlflvincr with a load
ed cartridge. The boy was pounding
the gunload on a rocK wnen it ex-
nl4orl taurine h i a hnnH hlf off. Dr-
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McMurdo fixed up the wound and re
ports the boy to be recovering.
Maurice Sparks had a large abscess
on his neck removed, following the
extraction of a wisdom tooth in Fen
dleton last week. Dr. McMurdo per
formed the operation.
LEGION AUXILIARY MEETS.
The American Legion Auxiliary met
in regular session on Tuesday eve
ning, April 19th. There were 14 mem
bers present. The hostesses were
Florence Davis and Bertha Kirk.
Very favorable reports were given
from the members who had the finan
cial part of the scarf and dance in
charge. Mrs. Cohn, the hospital
chairman, will mail a check to "Spar
ky," the veteran who made the scarf,
for the entire proceeds from the sale
of tickets on it. The scarf was won
by Ted McDaid, who held the winning
number, which was just purchased
pievious to the drawing. The unit
wishes to thank the public for their
generous support in buying tickets
on the scarf, and also in patronizing
the Easter dance.
The ladies were elated with the suc
cess of the dance, the large crowd
was certainly gratifying. We were
sorry that a little misunderstanding
arose in regard to the price of ad
mission, due to a misprint, but we
promise not to let it occur again.
At the next meeting on Tuesday,
May 3rd, the unit has invited the Le
gion to attend. There will be an
Americanization program, and initia-
ion. We hope all new members who
have not yet been initiated will be
ble to attend. The hostesses will be
Carolyn Johnston, Hanna Jones, Viv
ian Kane and Frances Morse. There
will be Glee Club practice Wednesday
evening, April 27th, at 7:30.
A very enjoyable party was given
by the Legion and Auxiliary on Mon
day evening, for Mr. and Mrs. Roger
Morse. Seven tables of bridge were
played. Mr. and Mrs. Morse were
presented with a tray, which was
made by one of the veterans at Hos
pital No. 77. Mrs. Cohn made the
presentation speech to which Mrs.
Morse graciously responded. High
honors for ladies went to Mrs. Chas.
Vaughn, and for men to Harold Cohn.
T'rese prizes were also articles made
at the hospital,
were served by
the committee in
Tuesday night was a cold one at
Heppner and much early vegetation
along with plants and flowers in out
fide beds and pots, were made to
suffer. Twenty above was a record
ior this part of the country. It be
gins to 100k like spring hud at last
arrived, and weather conditions are
warming up, for which we are all
Mrs. Jas. Carty, who has been ill at
Heppner Hotel for some time was re
ported to be quite low this morning.
Mrs. Ralph McCormitk returned
home Friday from Eugene where she
has been visiting her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ely left for
Portland Wednesday where they will
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Palmateer were
visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Ely Sun
day. A. C. Crowell and family and Har
ry Cool and family were the dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bau-
man of Lexington Sunday.
Pat Medlock and family are moving
onto the Fay Pettyjohn ranch.
Mildred Morgan was calling on Alta
T. W. Cutsforth and son Orval fin
ished their spring work at their ranch
and left for Lexington Monday.
WIN A PRIZE
Buy a sack of PRINCESS FLOUR and en
ter the baking contest. Prizes will be
awarded on light bread, light biscuits and
cake. Details may be had at the Brown
Warehouse and will appear next week.
Brown Warehouse Co.
Phones: Warehouse 643, Residence 644
The Dalles and Pendleton
in Internal Medicine for the
past fifteen years
DOES NOT OPERATE
will be in
THE DALLES on Thursday, May 12
at The Dalles Hotel
and in PENDLETON, Friday, May 13
at the Dorion Hotel
Office Honrs: 10 a. m, to 4 p. m.
TWO DAYS ONLY
No Charge for Consultation
Dr. Mellenthin is a regular grad
uate in medicine and surgery and is
licensed by tho state of Oregon, He
does not operate for chronic appendi
citis, gall stones, ulcers of stomach,
tonsils or adenoids. -
He has to his credit wonderful re
sults in diseases of the stomach, liv
er, bowels, blood, skin, nerves, heart,
kidney, bladder, bed wetting, catarrh
weak lung3, rheumatism, sciatica, leg
ulcers and rectal ailments.
Below are the names of a few of
hii many satisfied patients in Oregon
who have been treated for one of the
above named causes:
Mrs. H. H. Blake, Marshfield.
Mrs. I. V. McAdoo, Scio.
W. L. Kirby, Bend.
M. E. Anstadt, Astoria.
Mrs. Fred Krusow, Grass Valley.
Mrs. Leweneni, Portland.
Mrs. C. H. Horning, Hauser.
Mrs. J. L. Henderson, North Pow-
Mrs. Andrew Anderson, Westport.
Remember above date, that consul
tation on this trip will be free and
that his treatment is different.
Married women must be accompan
ied by their husbands.
Address: 211 Bradbury Bldg., Lo
IN THE KITCHEN
housewives know the certified
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Star Theater, Heppner, Ore.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, APRIL 21 AND 22:
RIN-TIN-TIN in "BELOW THE LINE"
From the story by Chas. A. oLgue. The picture tells the story of a snarling, vicious dog made loyal
and fine through the tenderness of a boy who loved him. Unkempt, broken in spirit and trained for
brutal fighting, the dog is turned to courageous friendship. One of the finest Rin-Tin-Tin's pictures.
Also DON'T KID ME, MONK, two reel comedy, and THE ACE OF SPADES.
SATURDAY, APRIL 23:
Virginia Valli and Eugene 0' Brien in
From the novel bv Samuel HoDkina Adams. The storv of s eirl who wanted to live her own life. Which
is worse to be single and lonesome, or to be bossed by your husband's relatives? A "best seller"
made into fine entertainment.
Also WHEN BONITO RODE, two reel western s hake-'em-up.
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, APRIL 24 AND 25 :
ules Verne's "MICHAEL STROGOFF"
The spectacular Sensation of the Season. Gorgeous color scenes of unparalelled splendor. Michael
Strogoff" has been pronouneced the mightiest melodrama of all time. For fifty years it has held its un
equalled popularity translated into nineteen languages it has ben read by millions and millions of
all ages and all races. As a spectacle it holds the theatrical world's record for stage magnificence.
Now filmed for the first time with a cast of 6000 on a scale of unparalleled magnitude.
A GREAT AND BEAUTIFUL PRODUCTION.
Also NEWLYWED'S NEIGHBOR, two reel comedy. CHILDREN 25c ADULTS 50c.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26 AND 27:
Dolores Costello in "THE LITTLE IRISH GIRL"
The story of a girl who had the come-hither look in her eyes. Adapted from C. D. Lancaster's thrill
ing crook comedy "The Grifters." Where the city trimmers meet the country slickers; a comedy of
wits. Also OLGA'S BOATMAN, comedy, and the latest FOX NEWS.
John Barrymore in THE SEA BEAST.
Richard Dix in SAY IT AGAIN.
George Arthur in WHEN THE WIFE'S AWAY.
Wallace Beery in RICHARD, THE LION HEARTED.
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Here are a few of the New Case Improvements:
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