Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, December 08, 1927, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, DEC. 8, 1927.
PAGE EIGHT
Songs of Plain Folks
James JhvisHaijS
MommGlories
Sweet, fresh blooms that we loved so well;1 ;-.;;V'' A'A'i'.jt
Morning, they nodded and told us stories X;yV&if
And, if we touched them, their jewels fell, tys&fc
Purple and white they still are growing; v; V -JfwjSff
Something the magic though, isn't here.vXfT&ft
Where is the way for a grown-up's going Vlfrfr'2
Back to the wonder of Childhood s yearT.vY
Is there a good ship backward sailing v-NSV
r 4.1 i. .id. . . 'iwa . , , .
wer me great, swui Bueani ui auuc 'vjj
For those who feel they are somehow failing f&9'
Vain the thought! Tis a futile yearning, '-gS
Childhoods only a magic-door
Throwrh which we come and there's no returning.;,
To thac enchanted treasure store. . -w&a'
Still, God's beauty, in sun and shadow,
Plays on the hills and upon the leaves
Mi:-
U7 i . rtrtAtiTflj u.
wmm,
mm
Of green trees bending above the meadow.'cO WjL
Britrht with blooms, and my heart believes iJsI
That he who hundles awav his sorrow.
Will keep Youth's treasure today, tomorrow;
To brighten years as they slip along.
ICvtr-
Lane, 7 A; Kenneth Warner T As;
Sam McMillan 7 As; Beuleh Eskel
son, 6 As; Naoma McMillan 6 As; Ora
Anderson 4 As; Grace Burchell 3 As.
Tea Pot Tavern, coached by Mrs.
Johnston, is to be given by he stu
dent body of Lexington high school
on December 18. The cast and coach
are working hard and assure the pub
lic that it will be an entertainment
of much enjoyment.
The faculty have about finished
their reading circle work for next
year. Many educational topics have
been discussed and various school
problems have been solved.
ALPINE.
The Farm Bureau held their meet
ing at the high school building on
Saturday evening, there being a large
attendance. Following the meeting
basket social was given. Some
thirty or forty baskets were sold, the
proceeds amounting to nearly J150.
This money will be used in a commun
ity Christmas. Both the Farm Bu
reau meeting and the social follow
ing were greatly enjoyed by all those
in attendance.
Let everybody remember ttie com'
edy to be given at the high school on
Saturday evening, Dec. 10, at 8:uo
o'clock. '
Miss Ina Lenhart of Hermiston was
a week-end guest at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. G. L. Bennett, enjoying
visit with her friend. Miss Helen
Bennett.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lindsay departed
on Tuesday for a trip East, to visit
with relatives and friends. The Al
pine neighborhood wishes them a
pleasant journey and a bappy visit.
MORGAN
(Received too late for last week.)
Mr. and Mrs'. Martin Bauernfiend
and Mrs. Ista Bauernfiend were the
dinner guests of Mrs. W. G. Farrens
of lone Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Pettyjohn, father and
mother of Mrs. Pat Medlock, N. E.,
Fay, Raymond and Fred Pettyjohn,
of Missouri, are visiting here for
some time. They expect to make
their home out west.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Troedson and
Francis Jones were the dinner gvests
of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Palmateer Sun.
day.
Mrs. W. G. Palmateer left for Eu
gene Friday after working the sum
mer in thjs vicinity. " ' .
Miss Martha Wilson of Heppner
spent Thursday and Friday at the K.
O. Ely home.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Palmateer were
calling on Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Petty
john Monday.
n. u. tiy spent w week end in
Heppner attending court proceedings.
Haiel Pettyjohn of the Willows
viaited Beulah and Geneva Pettyjohn
Friday and Saturday.
Delorous Crowell of Lexington
spent the week end with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Crowell.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Funk returned
after being absent for about three
weeks. They find no place as good as
organ.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. and W. F. Pal
mateer, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Ely, Miss
Martha Wilson and Mrs. Earl Mor
gan were calling on Mr. and Mrs. H.
0. Ely Thursday.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS'
MEETING.
Notice is hereby given that there
will be a meeting of the stockholders
of the First Natlenal Bank of Hepp
ner, Oregon, on the second Tuesday
in January, 1928, (January 10th,
1928), between the hours of 10 a. m.
and 4 p. ra., of said date for the pur
pose of electing directors and for the
transaction of such business as may
ilegally come before the meeting.
W. E. MUOKE, Uashier.
Dated this 7th day of December,
1927.
The Women s Auxiliary of the Episcopal
Church will fill orders for
Christmas Candy
until December 20. All kinds of fancy
candy and bonbons, 60c lb. Special
prices on large quantities.
Phone 733 or write Helen M. Walker
Newspaper Union, 1927
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
The ladies of the Methodist church
will hold their annual Christmas ba
xaar and cooked food sale on Satur
day, December 10, in the parlors of
the church, beginning at 2 o'clock p.
m. Come and buy your Christmas
gifts.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Dickerson of Hermiston at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Curran in this
city yesterday, a 10 pound boy.
Mrs. Ernest Cannon returned to
her home near Hardman on Tuesday,
after being confined for a few .days
at Heppner Surgical hospital.
Let Baldwin solve your built-in
fixtures problem. We have them on
display and can set them in your
home in a few minutes. tf.
Mrs. Eugene Ferguson and baby
son returned to their, home in Pen
dleton on Sunday, Mr. Ferguson driv
ing over after them.
Ed Burchell, Jr., of Lexington has
been ill with tonsilitis, but the at
tending nhvsician now reports the
lad convalescing.
Dr. Johnston was called to Lex
ington Saturday to attend Lee Gentry
who is ill with a severe case of ton
silitis.
Come in and ask us how to get one
of the large dolls for 99c. See them
in our window. Gonty Shoe More.
Lexington School Notes.
As the result of the six weeks tests
in Mrs. Turner's room nine out of
ten of the pupils are on the honor
roll. These are: Llewellyn Evans, 10
As: Amabel Strodtman, 8 As; Dale
holiday
Acursicii
MORE THAN 1000
PAYING POSITIONS
were filled last year by Behnke
Walker students and graduates,
and as usual more positions
were open than we could fill.
Write for FREE Succew crloEnroU
nrtim, America'lGoldVUcUlichooL
M. T1p4 J "
f
over
Christmas
andNewfeais
io all points
in Oregon
Washington
Idaho and
Montana
Sale Dates
" 22'23'24'25
thud, ttthrn limit Januarys
UNION
PACIFIC
TUB OVERLAND
C. DARBEE,
Agent,
Heppner, Oregon
PHONE
or leave orders at
Phelps Grocery Co.
Home Phone 1102
HEPPNER TRANS
FER COMPANY
Stop and look at Gilliam
& Bisbee's Christmas
Window
and then go in and be surprised
to find out how far your money
will go.
Community Silverware at a
50
discount.
Inspect our Pyrex cooking
ware.
A complete stock of West
Bend Aluminum. Made for
service.
China and Fancy Glassware
Winchester and Remington
cutlery.
Flash Lights and Batteries,
Thermos Bottles and Fillers,
and lots of other items.
UrL.SMK
raw
&
J
This Car
has bea
rtd ana rw
Idltloned vh
Mccaaary
v Motor
I v-Radiator
vRear Axle
W M aVaMdta
OH
"wttb aid fM (iko mnw
I V I ransniiw""' I
I y Starting
I V Lighting
vIgnition
V Batter
vTJres
Amazing Values And
Easy Terms
Upholstery
I v Fenders
'Finish,
Come to our salesroom
andinspectourO.IL'd re
conditioned cars.We have
the car you want at a price
that will please you and
our terms are unusually
reasonable, with the low
est financing charges
available through the
General Motors Accept
ance Corporation.
The red "O.K." tag is at
tached to the radiator of
every one of our recondi
tioned cars. It means that
the car has been gone over
completely by expert
mechanics, using genuine
parts for all replacements.
Look for this tag and
. buy with confidence.
Ferguson Chevrolet Co.
Heppner, Ore.
TAK TiEATEl
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, DEC. 8 AND 9:
MILTON SILLS and WALLACE BEERY in
"THE SEA HAWK"
Also ,THENS AND NOWS, a reel of curiosities, and last of
STRINGS OF STEEL.
20c and 30c '
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10:
HELENE CHADWICK and WM; RUSSELL in
, "THE STILL ALARM"
- Also Carton Corned and Kinograms News Reel
20c and 30c
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, DECEMBER 11-12
' MILTON SILLS and DORIS KENYON in
"MEN OF STEEL"
' Also Earle Foxe in NOT THE TYPE, two reel Van Bibber comedy.
Children 20c Adults 40c.
TUES. AND WEDS., DECEMBER 13-14:
Colleen Moore in "IRENE"
Also comedy QUIET PLEASE and Klnograms News Reel.
' 20c and 30c
Every one of these features is a high class prdouction and well
known, and if played brand new would be fifty-cent pictures
and worth it. They have never been shown here and you are
passing bargains if you do not see them all.
COMING NEXT WEEK:
Special Feature, TREASURES OF THE VATICAN, Thurs, De. 15.
Fred Thompson and Silver King in ARIZONA NIGHTS, Fri, Dec 16.
Advenutre picture, THE GORILLA HUNT Saturday, Dec. 17
Ramon Navarro and Alice Terry in LOERS, Sun.-Mon., Dec. 18-19.
Gene Stratton-Porter's THE KEEPER OF THE BEES. Dec. 20-21.
Odds and Ends
SALE -
of lines we are closing out and will not restock
including
MEN'S AND LADIES' FELT SLIPPERS
MEN'S & LADIES' LEATHER SLIPPERS
MEN'S AND BOYS' SHOES
MEN'S RUBBERS AND OVERSHOES
CAPS,' BOLT GOODS, NIGHT SHIRTS
AND OTHER ODDS AND ENDS
Incomplete lines but real bargains where we
can fit you.
TO BE SOLD AT
COST AND BELOW
See Them in Our Window.
HIATT & DIX
Phone Main 1072
We Deliver
VISIT TOYLANB
SI
tf
tf
tf
I
tf
tf
Will Interest
the Boys
Ball bearing velocipede
made of tubular frame,
heavy rubber tires, adjust
able seat and handle bars,
They are in two sizes.
Strongly built pedalcars
heavy, strong construe
tion. Built to withstand
a heap o' hard service
disc wheels and a bell to
warn pedestrians.
Coaster wagons, all
kinds some with wooden
beds, some with iron beds
all built for the rough
usage only a youngster
can give. Then again
there are sleds to prepare
him for the first snow fall.
Genuine cowhide foot
ballsregulation size
made of toughest leath
er known and fully lined.
Fitted with guaranteed
bladder. Every boy should
have one. $1.00.
Santa is being asked for a lot of things
these days. And in preparation for his
coming to Heppner he has chosen this
store as one of his main headquarters
while in the city. The majority of the
wants of the kiddies have been contem
plated in our largest showing of toys
and gifts all the newest and most
unique conceptions that ' master toy
makers can produce. Bring them in
and let them thrill at the wonder of it all
For the boys eye
sparklers in every aisle.
Airplanes and electric
trains, sleds, wagons,
books, sport goods, sets
for building, chemical
sets, knives and no end
of unique and clever
novelties which must
be seen if one is to ap
preciate the cleverness
of the ideas,,
For the girls, toys for
indoors toys for out
doors for sunny days,
for rainy days. Dolls,
first of all, in every con
ceivable size, style and
make. The laughing,
talking, crying, walking
dolls or a poor little
Topsy who has , her
friends galore.
And the Girls
Over Here
Mamma Dolls full 19
inch ladies unbreakable
heads, composition heads,
arms and legs. Wig and
moving eyes. Prettily
dressed.
Doll bedroom sets, din
ing sets, toy telephones
all of durable construc
tion. The little Miss need
lack nothing for complete
doll household equipment.
Plan now to set her up in
housekeeping.
Doll carriages. Reed or
fiibre in any desired size
as complete as any baby
carriage could be. Here
is a gift for which every
little girl's heart yearns.
Real washtubs and
wash boards. Wouldn't
your little girl like to do a
washing of her own while
you are busy with the
family wash, Mrs. Housewife?
tf
Peoples Hardware Co.
3
a
I
I
1
P
I
S