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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCT. 6, 1927.
Helen Mead entertained Saturday
afternoon in honor of her ninth birth
day. Games were enjoyed after
which a delicious lunch was served.
Those present were Frances, Donald
and Zella Gaglia, Francene and Ruth
King, Mary Smith, A. T. and Orthun
Hereim, Orville and Normal Rain
ville and Oscar, Dwight and Alice
Calkins. Several of the mothers were
Mr. and Mrs. Royal Rands motored
to Hermiston Thursday.
Dan Ransier, who has been sick
for the past two weeks was taken to
Pendleton last week. Mr. Ransier is
suffering from an infection on his
face, which necessitated a slight op
eration. A sister-in-law, Mrs. Mar
low, of Pendleton, is staying with
Dr. and Mrs. J. Earl Else and son
Harold of Portland were guests at
the A. T. Hereim home Friday and
The Misses Beougher and Henry
were Sunday dinner guests at the C.
S. Calkins home.
Geo. Blayden and Eck Warren left
Sunday for Condon. Mr. Blayden and
Mr. Warren have a month's work fin
ishing the inside of a large farm
house near that city.
W. W. Bechdolt of Hardman was a
guest at the Royal Rands home Sun
Out of town guests at the L. C.
Cooney home Saturday and Sunday
were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spahn, Har
ry Nelson, Chas. Dilly and son Con
rad, also a brother-in-law and cousin
of Mr. Dilly. Mr. and Mrs. Spahn and
Mr. Nelson left Sunday to visit rela
tives in Condon, while the others re
turned to their homes in Portland
Jay Cox left Monday for Rufus
where he is employed on the highway.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Cooney and Mary
Maxine spent two days at Condon
last week attending the fair and vis
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dingman re
turned Friday from Goldendale, Wn.,
where they were called by the death
of their little grandchild. Mr. and
Mrs. John Baaks came with them and
will make their home in Boardman
this winter. Mrs. Beaks is a daugh
ter of Mr. Dingman.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Da
vis who were here Saturday ard Sun
day were E. A. Klippel, superintendent
telegraph, Union Pacfiic Co., E. N.
Bailey, M. McCullen and A. Bimfcrd,
of Portland. Al shot their limit of
Mr. and Mrs. Lester who have been
visiting at the Eck Warren home, left
Sunday for their home in Shaniko.
Harry McMillan, electrician from
Hermiston, completed the wiring of
the gymnasium this week. He was
assisted by Geo. Blayden.
Mr. and Mrs. Ball of Wasco were
guests at the Sander home Sunday.
RHEA CREEK GRANGE NEWS.
The new hall at Rhea creek was
dedicated on Sunday, Oct. 28, Worthy
State Lecturer Mrs. Minnie E. Bond,
cl Eugene, being officer in charge of
the ceremonies. W. R. Gckeler, state
deputy from LaGrande was also a
visitor and entertained with three
numerous seltctions. The program in
detail, following Ihe dedicatory ser
vices, was well rendered in the order
Song by the Grange.
Recitation, Joe Stephens.
Selection by W. R. Gekeler.
Song and musical reading by Donna
Brown, accompanied by Mrs. Chas.
Recitation, Clayton Wright,
Address, Mrs. Bond.
Rending, Mrs. Oviatt.
Song by the Grange.
It was decided to hold an all-day
..leeting on Grange Day, Oct. 15, at
which time the hall will be painted
and the grounds graded up. A public
dance will also be given on Saturday
evening, Oct. 8th.
Served while they're
hot from our brand
Try them for break-
fast any morning.
the piece d' resistance
for luncheon or din
ner, will appease the
We receive them
ED CHINN, Prop.
Dr. Clarke, of the Clarke Optical
Co., 360-A Alder St., Portland, Ore.,
EYE SIGHT SPECIALISTS, will be
in Heppner all day and evening Sat
urday and Sunday, Oct. 15th and 16th,
at the Hotel Heppner. SEE HIM
ABOUT YOUR EYES. 29-30.
Winter Apples Plenty of good
ones. Began picking Oct. 1st. Bring
sacks. F. Burroughs, Jordan Siding.
FOR SALE Side delivery hay rake
in good condition. Will sell cheap.
Ralph Butler, Henriksen Ranch, near
Buick Six Touring, good condition,
license, $125. HEPPNER GARAGE.
The Pomona Grange met at Mor
gan Saturday and had an all-day
Mrs. Ray Oviatt and son of Hepp
ner spent Saturday here.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Minor were hosts
at a party at their home Saturday
evening. The evening was spent in
a program and playing games. Later
in the evening refreshments were
served. Everyone seemed to have a
very nice time.
Mrs. Maggie Bowers spent Sunday
Miss Velma Sharrard of Willows
spent Sunday with Edith Ely.
A. Abel, formerly of Mogan but
now living at La Grande, passed
through Thursday on the way home
from the state fair.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bauernfiend
and Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Ely were in
J. Y. Gibson moved onto the school
section land last week.
H. 0. Ely purchased a Chevrolet
Mr. and Mrs. H. Stout of Heppner
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Pat Med
Cecil Padberg hauled wheat for R.
Eckleberry last week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Crowell were in
CALL FOR WARRANTS.
John Day Irrigation District War
rants, registration numbers 250, 251,
252 and 253, will be paid on presenta
tion at the office of the Treasurer of
Morrow County, on or after October
15th, 1927, at which date interest on
said warrants will cease.
Dated at Heppner, Oregon, Septem
ber 28, 1927.
LEON W. BRIGGS,
Treasurer of Morrow County.
FOR SALE 1927 Nash Light Six so
dan. Only $650 if taken at once. Call
for Fitzpatriek at Case Apartments.
Accredited Piano Instructor
Rich ,wholeaom ml lie Drink all yon
till. It'i food for yoo.
Alfalfa Lawn Dairy
WIGBTMAN BROS, Prop.
Fair Pavilion, HEPPNER
Saturday, Oct. 8th
MAIN EVENT 6 2-Minute Rounds
FRED DeHART, 1 60 lbs, Hood River
"UNC" McMILLAN, 160, Lexington
JUDGE CARMICHAEL, 160, Lexington, vs.
MERLE CUMMINGS, 155, Heppner
CLYDE WITCRAFT, 145 lbs., Heppner, vs.
HARRY SHIPLEY, 145 lbs., lone.
MARVIN GAMMELL, 145 lbs., Heppner,
vs. CLIFF MILLER, 148, Lexington.
CROCKET SPROULS, 132, Heppner, vs.
BILLY LOGAN, 132, lone.
DANCE RIGHT AFTER SMOKER
Music : Cole Madsen Dance Band, Portland
STARTING MONDAY, OCTOBER 3
will be open under new management on a
STRICTLY CASH BASIS
with a full line of fresh and cured meats at
V. J. FITZPATRICK, Mgr.
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