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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1928.
ST. PATRICK'S CHVKCH.
REV. THOMAS J. BRAPT. PuM.V.
Next Sunday is known in the lit'
urgy of the Church as Passion ?m
day, commemorative of a mope aol
emn entrance Into the spirit of the
suffering of Jesus Christ for the re- j
demption of the world. The statues
in the church and the crucifixes are
wrapped in violet veils which re
main thus until the mass of Holy
Saturday, immediately preeedmg
On this Passion Sunday therefore,
there will be a high mass here in
Heppner at 8:30, preceded by the
hearing of confessions, with sermon
by the pastor. Immediately after
this mass the pastor will go to the
Sands where another mass will be
celebrated at 10:30. In the evening
at 7:30 will occur the usual devo
tions concluding with Benediction
of the Blessed Sacrament Every
Wednesday and Friday evenings at
7:30 there will occur the Lenten de
votions prescribed by the Right Rev.
Bishop J. F. McGrath of Baker.
The Rev. Father S. Nesdale, O. M.
Cap., of Hermiston, was the guest
of the parish and pastor last Friday
and Saturday. He preached the
sermon at the high mass on St. Pat
rick's Day and it was highly en
joyed by all. In the early afternoon
he went by auto to Hermiston. The
pastor wishes to express his appre
ciation and thanks to all those who
contributed in any way to the im
pressive celebration of St Patrick's
Day. He is very happy to count so
many non-catholics among his well
wishers, thus promoting the bonds
of Christian charity and brotherly
esteem, most valuable adjuncts to
The Easter celebration will be In
keeping with the mystery commem
orated in the Resurrection of Christ
and there will be a High mass with
special sermon in the church at
8:30. A second mass will be cele
brated in lone at the home of Mr.
Paul O'Meara at 10:30.
Instructions in Christian Doc
trine for the children will take
place in the parish house on the
usual days and at the stated hours.
Ijmi Miserables at Star Theater,
Sunday and Monday.
Notice is hereby given that the
Lexington State Bank has passed
into voluntary liquidation and that
all persons having claims against
said Bank should file said claims
with Karl L. Beach, at his office in
By order of the Stockholders.
Dated at Lexington, Oregon,
March 6, 1928.
KARL L. BEACH,
Liquidating Agent and Trustee
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Adams have re
turned to their farm home from Port
land where they spent the winter. They
will remain here during the spring and
Miss Williams spent the week end
visiting with friends at Cliffs and Gol
dendale. Wash. She was accompanied
by Lois Adams.
Guy Chapin is at home this week for
or leave orders at
Phelps Grocery Co.
Home Phone 1102
EPISCOPAL PARISH HOUSE
Friday, March 23rd
From 5:30 to 8:00 p. m.
FRESH OYSTERS, Fried Stewed, Raw
F. W. Turner & Co.
LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKERS
ALFALFA AND GRAIN FARMS
Good Listings in Both Morrow and
CITY PROPERTY for RENT or SALE
Tomorrow and Saturday
Don't forget we have the markets choic
est offerings in vegetables fresh daily.
Big new stock ONION SETS, and seeds
of all kinds.
Watch For Our EASTER SPECIAL
HIATT & DIX
Phone Main 1072
a short visit with his mother.
Mrs. Hazel Salti.n and Mrs. Violet Mc
Donald are at home here again after
spending a few weeks at the home of
J. J, McDonald on Rhea creek where
thoy assisted with the work during
William Meidinger spent the week
end with his parents at Walla Walla
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fuqua left
Saturday for their home in Portland af
ter visiting with relatives here.
Mrs. Una McDanlei 01 L,one kock nas
been visiting with friends and relatives
the past week,
G. A. Farrens has returned to his
ranch from Rhea creek where he has
been looking after his sheep during
Mr. and Mrs. Sam McDaniel went to
Lone Rock last week where they will
work for Cal Robinson.
John Howell was in town last week
from his ranch on Wall creek. His
daughter, Blanche, accompanied him
Mr. Mclntyre was in town on Friday
from his mountain home.
SDrimr house cleaning is on in full
blast these balmy, sunshiny days. Some
improvements have Deen made at au
ferent Dlaces a new porch is being
built on the house of Mrs. Sperry which
adds much to Its appearance. Mr. ue
Vore and James Miller have also clean
ed up their property. We note some
side walk repairing also.
Mrs. Frank MiDanlel went to Lone
Rock this week where she will Join her
husband who is working there.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Steers and Mr. and
Mrs. C. Hastings were Heppner shop
pers on Saturday.
Mildred and Darrell Farrens spent
Saturday and Sunday at their home.
The sawmill at Parkers Mill on the
Wm. Greener plwe is being reconstruct
ed and will be in operation very soon.
W. F. Maurt is setting up the machin
ery. Mr. Hutton of the East Oregonian
gave a very Interesting and instructive
talk to the student body of the Hard
man Union high school here Tuesday.
The body of George Hendrix was
brought here for burial on Tuesday.
The many friends paid their respects to
him with flowers and help.
Lambing is about finished in this
vicinity. Joe Hayes has taken his
sheep to the range and Glen Farrens
will take part of his home this week.
The Grange held its usual monthly
social meeting last Saturday evening.
Owing to the number of St Patrick's
Day dances given in various places, the
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, MARCH 22 & 23:
MARION DAVIES in
"THE FAIR CO-ED"
A film version of the College Play by George Ade. You'll Join
the cheering squad when Marion Davies hits town. She's athletic,
she's peppy, she's easy to look at, and when she mixes basketball
and romance you'll have the time of your life laughing. Her finest
Also "RUN, GIRL, RUN," two reel comedy with Mack Sennett's
SATURDAY, MARCH 24:
AILEEN PRINGLE, LOWELL SHERMAN and
CHESTER CONKLIN in
"THE WILDERNESS WOMAN"
She has a punch like dynamite, a figure like a queen and a temper
like a tornado. You'll be wild about her. i
FELIX CURIOSITIES NEWS REEL.
attendance was smaller than usual.
Beth Wright won the prize for the best
representation of an advertisement.
George Hendrix, a long time resident
of Rhea creek, passed away at the resi
dence of his brother, William Hendrix,
at ten a. m.. March 18. He was of an
advanced age and had been ill for
years. He was buried Tuesday after
noon at the Odd Fellows cemetery near
Jack Devore. who has been lambing
at Bob Allstott's ranch, is recovering
from a rather serious attack of flu. He
will take his sheep home this week.
Bob Allstott made a business trip to
Pendleton the first of this week with
the intention of bringing back a new
Sterling Fryrear has added a trailer
to his Chevrolet coupe and it is ru
mored that he has rented out his newly
acquired farm and is gathering up Junk.
The Pomona drill team of Rhea Creek
Grange is practicing faithfully once or
twice a week, and expects to be ready
to exemplify the fifth degree work when
Pomona meets here on April 7th.
A dance for the benefit of the Near
Bast Relief will be given at the Grange
hall on Saturday, the 24th. Good music.
ADDITIONAL BOASBMAH ITEMS.
The De Moss concert ensemble which
will be presented in the Boardman
school auditorium under the auspices
of the P. T. A. will give a concert of
rare musical talent. The program will
begin at 8 o'clock and admission Is 60
and 25 cents, regardless of whether the
tickets are purchased before the pro
gram or at the door.
Ruel Knowlton suffered a slight
stroke of paralysis on Tuesday. He has
been working for Bert Richardson for
some time. He is a brother of Mrs. W.
H. Meftord, and Mr. Mefford took him
to Hermiston to the hospital.
Mr. nad Mrs. W. A. Price and son
and Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Boardman took
a motor trip Sunday, driving to Walla
NOTICE OF SALE OT ANIMALS.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of the laws of the State of Oregon, the
undersigned has taken up the hereinaf
ter described animals found running at
large on his premises in Morrow Coun
ty, State of Oregon, and that he will on
Saturday, the 7th day of April. 192a at
the hour of 10:00 o'clock In the forenoon
of said day at his place 16 miles south
and west of Heppner. Oregon, offer for
sale and sell the said animals to the
highest bidder lor casn in nana, unless
the said animals shall have been re
deemed by the owner or owners there
of. Said animals are described as foi-
One dark Bay bald fare saddle horse,
branded P.F on left stifle.
One bay mare mule, small, branded
with anchor on right shoulder, saddle
One aged brown saddle mare, brand
ed double diamond on left shoulder.
A. E. WRIGHT,
School District No. 10, Irrlgon. Mor
row County. Oregon: .Sealed bids will
be accepted on the construction and
material of a -new gymnasium. Bids
will be opened March 17th, 1928. Plans
and specifications can bs secured at the
office of the Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.,'
Irrigon, Oregon. All bids must be in
the hands of the clerk on or before 12
o'clock noon. March 17th, 1928.
The school board reserves the right
to reject any or all bids.
60-2 H. W. GRIM, District Clerk.
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, MARCH 25 AND 26 :
' VICTOR HUGO'S IMMORTAL MASTERPIECE
As big as the heart of humanity. Romance! Revolution! Love
that counts no costs! Romance as sweet as any story ever told!
The greatest human drama literature has known.
CHILDREN 25c ADULTS SOc
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27-28:
JOAN CRAWFORD and ROCKLIFF FELLOWS in
"THE UNDERSTANDING HEART"
Peter B. Kync's greatest novel picutrized. Adventure and love
in the big timber country of California. i
Also Comedy and News Reel.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, MARCH 29 & 30:
TOM MIX and TONY, the Wonder Horse, in
"THE LAST TRAIL"
Based on the outstanding novel by ane Grey, a sure fire com
bination for your entertainment All the dash, snap and thrills of
Zane Grey's great novel transferred to the screen with the ace of
the West at his best.
Also OUR GANG in "LOVE MY DOG."
COMING NEXT WEEK:
Tom Mix and Tony in THE LAST TRAIL (ad above) March 28-29
Lon Chaney in Mr. WU '. March 81
John Gilbert & Joan Crawford in TWELVE MILES OUT, Apr. 1-2
Harry Langdon in THE STRONG MAN April 3 and 4
We must make a clean-up on all
lines. For quick disposal these
prices will sell the goods:
Men's Work Shoes, 16-in top,
Regularly 12.50, now $8.50
Men's Work Shoes, 10-in. top,
Regularly 8.50, now ...$6.50
Men's Work Shoes, 6-inch top,
Regularly $3.95, now $2.85
Men's Work Shoes, 8-inch top,
Regularly $8.00, now $6.20
Men's $5.00 Work Shoes, now $3.50
Men's $4.00 Work Shoes, now $2.65
Men's $5.50 Work Shoes, now $4.00
Men's $3.50 Work Shoes, now $2.60
Men's $5.75 Dress Shoes, now $4.85
Men's $4.75 Dress Shoes, now $3.95
Similar Rductions in Balance of
$7.25 Jumbo Hats, now $6.10
$7.50 Velour Hats $6.00
$4.35 Fancy Sweaters $3.10
$1.85 Jersey Coats $1.30
90c Work Shirts 75c
$3.25 All Wool Union Suits ....$2.75
$1.25 Men's Cotton Union Suits 98c
$1.85 Men's Fancy Cotton Un
ion Suits $1.50
Mens $9.00 Heavy Blazers $6.50
Men's $4.50 Heavy Woolen
Shirts i.... $3.80
Ladies $1.00 Silk Hose 80c
Ladies' $1.50 Silk Hose $1.15
Men's 65c Silk Hose :...45c
Men's $1.90 Overalls $1.70
Men's $4.00 Pants $2.95
Men's $4.35 Corduroy Pants..$3.10
$10.75 Sheep Lined Coats $7.25
Catsup, was $1.95, now $1.70 .
.Sweet Pickles, $1.90, now ....$1.60
Sour Picklse, $1.30, now $1.00
Fancy Solid Pack Tomatoes
Were $6.00, now. $4.80
Best Grade Corn, were $6.00
9- lb. Sack Rolled Oats, 75c, now 65c
10- lb. Panake Flour, 85c, now . 70c
14-oz. Catsup, 30c, now 23c
Royal Club Coffee, 60c, now ....55c
Great American Coffee, 50c, ....40c
Macaroni, 14 lbs. for $1.00
Corned Beef, 35c, now 27c
Tea Garden Syrup, Gallon,
was $1.50, now $1.25
Tea Garden Syrup, half-gallon,
was 80c, now 65c
Liberty Bell Syrup, gallon,
was $1.80, now $1.40
Liberty Bell Syrup, half-gallon,
was 85c, now 70c
Brooms, Dishes, Kettles, Pans,
Tubs, Wash Boilers, Canteens,
Water Bags, etc., all go at sim
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