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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1927.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
A. H. Markham it down from Free-
water expecting to spend a day or
ao here on business. Mr. Markham
is just about recovered from a siege
with flu, from -which he suffered a
quite serious relapse just recently.
Much wet weather the past few weeks
has resulted in some delay to har
vesting in some parts of Umatilla
and Walla Walla counties, Mr. Mark-
L. Van Marter injured his right
hand badly Sunday when a jammed
shell he was attempting to eject
from a shotgun exploded. Mr. Van
Marter had taken the gun from a
hunting companion while in quest
of birds and was attempting to fix it
when the accident happened.
John Wightman of Alfalfa Lawn
Dairy spent several days this week
in the Yakima valley looking up
some breeding stock for his dairy
herd. He purchased four heifers and
a bull, all being purebred stock. He
returned home Wednesday evening.
Jasper Crawford and Ed Keller
were the representatives of Doric
Lodge No. 20, K. of P., attending the
grand lodge meeting at The Dalles
this week. There was a very large
attendance present, and The D&iles
royally entertained the visitors.
Fred Tash and son Durward were
business visitors here yesterday from
Arlington. Mr. Tash is quite serious
ly contemplating returning to Hepp-
ner to live. Durward will attend
business college in Portland this win
ter. W. E. Bullard, lone druggist, was
attending to business matters in
Heppner on Wednesday, and reports
conditions in his little city as great
ly improved this fall, thanks to good
Marshall Phelps is over from Bend
for a visit at the borne of his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Phelps. He
arrived Saturday evening.
Stacy Roberts has been quite ill at
hit home in this eity for the past
week or more. Dr. G. G. Gaunt was
called from Condon to wait on him
Wednesday, and at this time he is
reported to be some better.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Crites
at the maternity home of Mrs. G. C.
Aiken in this city on Tuesday, Oct
11, a daughter. Mrs. Crites was for
merly Miss Hazel Anderson, and their
home is at Newberg.
Mrs. M. L. Oney is slowly recov
ering from quite a severe attack of
paralysis, suffered some four weeks
ago. This is the second stroke Mrs.
Oney has had, the first occurring
about a year ago.
A marriage license was issued at
the office of Clerk Anderson Thurs
day last to Mark Lester Stephens of
Spokane and Thelma Jean Boring of
Arlington. Both parties are strangers
in this section.
Ture Peterson, lone meat market
proprietor, was a visitor here today.
He states that new grain is coming
along nne in the lone section, and the
weather conditions are just ideal.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cnson arrived
home the end of the week from their
two weeks vacationing, which was
spent in Montana at the former home
of Mrs. Cason.
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Vincent of
Umapine were visitors here over the
week end at the home of Mrs. Vin
cent's mother, Mrs. Mattie Adkins.
Let Baldwin solve your built-in
fixtures problem. We have them on
display and can set thcin in your
home in a few minutes. 30
Wanted, work on sheep ranch by
experienced man and wife. Write P.
0. Box 136, Weston, Ore. 30-32
Wanted One good Jersey cow
that will give milk all winter. Ad
dress Box 402, lone, Ore.
Orve Brown departed for Portland
Wednesday morning to be absent in
the city for a few days.
J. G. Thomson returned home this
morning from a short business trip
Estrayed Dark red cow with whiU
face, branded full circle reversed in
verted J on left shoulder; from
ehurte residence, Heppner about Sept.
14. Notify Mrs. Geo. Burnside. 27-8p.
FOR SALE Heppner residence
property; 7-room house, one acre of
ground, orchard, barn, modern con
veniences. See or write Geo. McDuf-
fee, Heppner, Oregon. 22-tf.
Dr. Clarke, Eye Sight Specialia;, in
Heppner two days Saturday and
Sunday, Oct. 15th and 16th, at Hotel
FOI; SALE One wood chopper's
outfit and one Ford car. Inquire at
Reid's planing mill. 29-31p .
Many Gymnasium Uses
(Continued from First Puge) -
will be under the auspices of the
societies of the public school. It is
composed largely of western and
American artists and is handled by
a Portland firm. It will be here for
cne night only and is usually given
in connection with a program of some
The all county declamatory con
test will, in all probability, be held
the auditorium this year. It is
possible, however, that it will be nec
essary to split this into two divisions,
holding one in the school building
and the' other in the auditorium this
year. This will come about the last
of April or the first of May.
The gymnasium feature of the new
building promises to be widely used,
as six basketball games are already
scneduled there, with the High school
girls and junior basketball games yet
to be scheduled. It is highly proba
ble that a basketball tournament will
be played here next spring. This will
comprise all the schools and may
possible become all county in its
ALPINE NEWS NOTES.
The students of Alpine high school
wish to change the title of their play
which appeared in last week's paper
as "Blimmers to Blame," to "Beads
on a String." The former, after hav
ing been read over, did not suit their
taste, so they sent for the last one
named which we hope will be put on
as soon as possible.
A number of people in Sand Hollow
spent all day Saturday attending the
Dairy and Hog Show at Hormiston.
Mr. and Mir. J. H. McDaniel spent
the week end at Hardman.
Mrs. Q. L. Bennett went to Pendle
ton Friday afternoon.
A group of young folkt from here
attended the dance at Heppner Sat
The Christian church holds serv
ices every Sunday. Milton Bower of
Heppner is in charge every other
Sunday at 3:00. Bible school every
Sunday at 2:00.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cotter of lone
were visitors in this city today.
Are You Building-
A HOUSE, BARN, MACHINE SHED,
Or just doing some repairing?
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON YOUR
Heppner Planing Mill & Lumber Yard
A. R. REID, Proprietor
Phones Mill 9F25, Yard Main 1123
ROBINSON CRUSOE had no telephone.
.There was no one on his island to talk, to
but Friday who was never beyond the reach of
But there is no reason for any one in the
United States to live like Robinson Crusoe.
Anyone's telephone reaches anywhere and
everywhere in the land. It will put people in
touch with the nearest village or most distant
city. It will run errands through rain and snow
justas cheerfully as on sunshiny days. Ithelps
people keep in touch with their neighborhoods
and it makes one neighborhood of the whole
Moreover, it is the constant aim of the Bell
System which serves the' country to make its
service better and to fit it more closely to the
particular needs and desires of its telephone
The Pacific Telephone And Telegraph Company
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DR. R. B. ROBBLNS
The Sperry homing pigeon
furnished to local communities and to Sperry
Salesmen for messenger service we carefully re
leased from the hands and fly unerringly to their
home loft from distances up to 300 miles.
F. W. Turner & Co.
LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKERS
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Good Listings in Both Morrow and
CITY PROPERTY for RENT or SALE
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PEOPLES HARDWARE CO. ,
Star Theater, Heppner, Ore.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13 AND 14:
Fred Thompson and his horse Silver King in ... . "DON MIKE"
A Riding, Roping, Fighting Hurricane of a Western. Packed with htrills, adventure, romance-
spiced with real novelt. It's a Fred Thompson western, built for everyone from six to sixty.
Also FELIX, the Cat, in HUNTING THE HUNTER, and second episode of STRINGS OF STEEL..
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15:
Hoot Gibson in , ."CHIP OF THE FLYING U"
With Virginia Brown Faire. Regular Hoot Gibson action in B. W. Bower's gorgeous story of the '
shy cowboy painter and the doctor who turned out to be a girl. Fine entertainment with a whale of
a kick. Also Cartoon Comedy CUT PRICE GLORY, and KINOGRAMS NEWS REEL.
We will also show some local slides, including bucking snaps made during the Rodeo. You will
want to see these.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1&-ONE DAY ONLY :
Richard Dix in "THE QUARTERBACK"
Kid gloom just wilts away when the Quarterback snaps out the peppy signals that Btart the action,
and the laughs in this one. Just watch him lope around Joe Blue's end for a touchdown of joy and
another entertainment record. Action plus until the last white chalk mark is past.
Aho Earle Foxe in THE SOCIETY ARCHITECT, two reel Van Bibber Comdoy.
Children 20c Adults 40c
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 17-ONE DAY ONLY: ,
HIS REDHEADED MA-MA, a Riotous Farce Comedy
(NOT A PICTURE) ,
GIRLS, MUSIC, COMEDY, SINGING, DANCING AND NOVELTIES. A Guaranteed Attraction.
Children 25c Adults 50c
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18 AND 19: -Belle
Bennett in "MOTHER"
SUGGESTED BY KATHLEEN NORRIS' FAMOUS NOVEL.
A picture that thrills you by its very power and realism. A superb presentation of a mother's ca
reer and her problems of her Bplendid joys and absorbing sororws. A film that will tug at your
heart-strings. A screen epic that every father, mother and child should sea, j
Belle Bennett, the star of "Stella Dallas" In her Greatest Success.
Also comedy, THE RADIO BUG, and a MUTT ANR JEFF CARTOON.
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Marguerite de la Motto In THE KID SISTER.
COMING NEXT WEEK.
Syd Chaplin in THE BETTER 'OLE.
Adolph Menjou, Greta Nissen in Blonde or Brunette
Orders just filled at our store attracted his
attention that may be seen ready for any
delivery. It's the fast movement of our
stock that guarantees freshness of our gro
ceries all the time.
Two deliveries daily. Phone Main 1 072
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Phone Main 1072
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