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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1927.
McKIXXEY-W H ARTOX.
A wedding of interest to the many
friends of the contracting parties
was solemnized at 11 o'clock Thurs
day morning at the bride's apart
ments in the Cromwell hotel, Port
land, Oregon, when Mrs. Gussie J.
Wharton became the bride of Charles
H. McKinney, Rev. R, A. Hutchin
son of Arbor Lodge Community
church reading the ceremony.
Mrs. Wharton was formerly a resi
dent of Yakima, Wash., but recent
years she has spent much of her time
in Portland and at Parkdale, Oregon,
being one -of the prominent apple
growers of the latter place.
Mr. McKinney has been connected
with the Union Pacific Railroad. Sys
tem for many years, having his home
at Seaview, one of the popular sum
mer resorts of North Beach, Wash.
Following the wedding the happy
couple departed by auto for a short
wedding trip which will terminate at
their Seaview home.
Mrs. McKinney will be remembered
by many old friends in Heppner, who
knew her when she resided heue with
her former husband, the late W. S.
Wharton, an'd they extend their hear
Radio Broadcasting Station KGW
Concert of the Public Service Little
Symphony Orchestra, Hugh Walton,
tenor soloist, Sunday, June 5, 1927,
10 to 11 P. M. Presented by Tort
land Gas & Coke Company, North
western Electric Company and Pacific
Power & Light Company.
1 Orchestra Overture, "Maritana,"
2. Tenor Solo "Ah, Moon of My De
light," from "A Persian Garden"
3. Orchestra Waltz, "Arthis's Life,"
. Tenor Solo "In the Silence of
6. Orchestra "Celebrated Minuet,"
6. Vocal Solo "I'm in Love" from
"Apple Blossoms," Kreisler.
7. Orchestra "Ballet Russe"
(1) "Czardas," (2) "Valse Lente"
(3) "Scene," (4) "Mazurka," (5)
"Marche Russe," Luigini.
LEGION AUXILIARY MEETS.
The American Legion Auxiliary met
on Tuesday evening, May 31st. 17
members were in attendance. A new
member was initiated, after which the
Unit adjourned to attend the Legion
picture show given for Mississippi
flood sufferers. After the show the
hostesses. Lucile Wilson and Sylvia
Wells, served refreshments. The
meeting was held this week instead
of next on account of the coming
Chautauqua. The next regular meet
ing will be on June 21st. There will
be no glee club practice next week.
Arch Cochran had the misfortune
to have his car catch fire as he was on
his way home from the show last
Saturday night. As he was climbing
the Rietman grade the lights burned
out, so he tried to back the car down
the hill to park it where it would be
out of the way. As he wras doing
this, he acicdentally backed off the
bank and the car overturned onto the
smoldering embers of a camp fire.
Mr. Cochran succeeded in extricating
himself from the car and extinguish
ing the flames before serious damage
was done. lone Independent.
Boyd Hotel, Portland, Oreg.
NEEDLE ART SPECIAL Opening
day June 6th. Many new and beauti
ful finished pieces as well as regular
stamped designs. Unusual values.
Case Furniture Co. Art Dept. Your
home should come first. 9-10
rsual at such meeting.
Dated this 1st day of June, 1927.
MRS. EALOR B. HUSTON,
Chairman Board of Directors.
Attest: VAWTER CRAWFORD,
Dr. Clarke, of the Clarke Optical
Co., 304 Salmon St., Portland, Ore.,
EYE SIGHT SPECIALISTS, will be in
Ileppner all dny and evening, Sunday,
June 5th, at Hotel Heppner, on his
regular monthly trio. SEE HIM
ABOUT YOUR EYES. 9-10
Miss Viola Parker, who has been
teaching school in this vicinity, and
Deane Engleman, only son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Engleman, were quietly mar
ried Sunday at the home of her par
ents in Fossil. A number of neigh
bors gathered at the Engleman home
Tuesday night and gave the bride and
groom a charivari. Afterwards they
all remained to the wee small hours
of the morning, wishing the bride and
groom success and happiness. lone
For Sale J. I. Case separator, 24
inch, and Case tractor; bargain. See
J. A. Patterson, city. 7-tf
FOR SALE Ford truck with "Rux"
axle. See J. Perry Conder.
Eye Specialist at Buhn's June 7-8.
WANTED farmer or farmer's son
to sell staple line of household neces
sities to rural trade. Experience un
necesary. We furnish capital, you
furnish labor. Good profits. If in
lerested in business of your own,
write for particulars. J. R. HUNTER,
FOR SALE 1 two-man Peering
gwnbine, in good condition, $200.00.
One 34 Winona broad tread wagon
and rack; used three years, $125.00.
Call or see J. O. Turner. 10-tf.
MONRACH, the range that stands
first in the estimation of those who
know its quality. Y'our home first.
Perhaps the kitchen first of all. Case
Furniture Co. 9-10
A ranch to rent, 1000 acres; plenty
of water. D. E. Gilman, Heppner.
Wanted Cutting to do; new Case
combine. Inquire Peoples Hardware
Good pasture, plenty of water; $2
per month. Troy Bogard, Eight Mile,
NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the
legal voters of School District No.
One of Morrow County, State of Ore
gon, that the ANNUAL SCHOOL
MEETING of said District will be
held at Council Chambers, Heppner;
to begin at the hour of 2:30 o'clock
P. M., on the third Monday of June,
being the 20th day of June, A. D., 1927.
This meeting is called for the pur
pose of electing one Director to serve
for a period of three years, and a
clerk to serve for a period of one
vear. and the transaction of business
NOTICE OF SALE OF ANIMALS.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned Chief of Police of the City
of Heppner, Oregon, has taken up the
following animals, which were run
ning at large upon the public streets
if said City, to-wit:
One black gelding, with white
spot on forehead, age about 12
years and weight about 1400
One gray gelding, age about 12
years, weight about 1400 pounds,
no brands on any of said animals.
Notice is hereby further given that
said estrays are held at McRoberts
Livery Barn on Main Street in said
City of Heppner, and that the under
signed will sell said estrays at said
Livery Barn on June 14th. 1927, at
the hour of 10:00 o'clock in the fore
noon of said day to the highest bid
der for cash, unless the owner or own
ers thereof claim the same before said
time, and pay the cost of advertising
and the expenses of keeping and feed
ing said estrays.
Said estrays are taken up and will
be sold under the provisions of Or
dinance No. 70 of the said City of
Dated this 2nd day of June, 1927.
S. P. DEVIN, Chief of Police.
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 hereinafter described animals
found running at large on his prem
ises in Morrow County, State of Ore
gon, and that he will on Saturday,
the 18th day of June, 1927, at the
hour of 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon
of said day, at his place 16 miles west
of Heppner, Oregon, offer for sale
and sell the said animals to the high
est bidder for cash in hand, unless
the same shall have been redeemed
by the owner or owners thereof. The
said animals are described as follows:
One brown mare, weight 1400, heart
brand oh left stifle; one black horse,
branded V Z on left stifle.
ALEX GREEN, Heppner, Ore.
We urge our customers to take advantage
of the educational facilities of Chautau
qua, coming this year June 7-11.
And while in Heppner make our store
your headquarters. We have a rest room
for the ladies.
Phelps Grocery Company
Star Theater, Heppner, Ore.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, JUNE 2 AND 3:
Rin-TinTin in ... , "THE CLASH OF THE WOLVES"
A dramatic romance of the Sierra Mountains. Thrills, romance and fun in a tale of the forests. The
Wonder Dog in one of his best pictures. Also THE STEEPLE CHASER, two-reel comedy, and 4th epi
sode of THE SCARLET STREAK... Thursday, 20 and 30c, pictures alone.
ADDITIONAL ATTRACTION FRIDAY:
Doc Brady will be with us again Friday in his "Uncle Si Perkins" Country Store, with an entire change
of stunts. Free prizes galore for the adults and free candy for the kiddies, and a special ladies' con
test for an elegant prize. Same pictures as Thursday. Adults 40c, Children 20c
SATURDAY, JUNE 4:
Pat O'Malley and My McAvoy in "MY OLD DUTCH"
Fascinating, Captivating, Romantic Comedy. A delicious, thoroughly human slice of life that will
touch a responsive chord in every human heart. Also PIPEKOCK GOES WILD, 2-reel comedy-western
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, JUNE 5 AND 6:
Clara Bow, Ernest Torrence, Percy Marmount in . "MANTRAP"
From the story by Sinclair Lewis. Clara Bow here gives us one of her best characterizations, as a
manicure-girl bride of a Maine Backswoodsman (Ernest Torrence) a luring little flirt who smiles and
sparkles all to dangeously. You'll enjoy it as much as "Empty Hands" by the same director.
Also SNOOKUM'S BUGGY RIDE, two reel comedy.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7 AND 8:
Norman Kerry nd Patsy Ruth Miller in . . "Lorraine of the Lions
A beautiful girl marooned on a South Sea island queen of beauts in a jungle home, protected by a
great gorilla, watched over by elephants, guarded by lions. A tigerish little beauty whose entrance in
to polite society created a turmoil of jealousy.
Also comedy, FOR CRYING OUT LOUD, and KINOGRAMS NEWS REEL.
Lois Moran in Rex Beach's PADLOCKED".
Glenn Hunter in THE LITTLE GIANT.
Gene Stratton-I'orter's LADDIE.
Buddy Rogers in FASCINATING YOUTH.
We Are Going to
and Would Like to
See You There.
It Starts Tuesday
the latest offering. Also beautful wo
men's hosiery in late arrivals.
We are closing out odd numbers and
shades at prices that will surprise you.
RED HOT SPECIAL SATURDAY
HIATT & DIX
Heppner Gazette Times, Only $2.00 Per Year
C W. McNAMER, Proprietor
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