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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1928.
Periodical of the Heppner Public Schools
ASSIST AVT .
BUS. MOBBOSELLA DOHEETT
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BMiner, En HUM, JaaiMtt Tar.
mar, One Pftrkar, Btaalaj Minor,
BUI Thomson, CUrtno Majm,
Jobs Fukcr, Jo Swindle, 07
Heppner Defeats lone
The Heppner high school base
ball team added another victory to
their league standing when they
defeated lone 1-5, Friday.
The game was hard fought from
start to finish. Heppner succeeded
in getting three runs the first in
ning, and two more later in the
Both teams displayed a good
brand of baseball throughout the
game, neither team getting runs
during the last innings.
The local boys will play Condon
at Condon, Friday, April 28.
If Heppner wins this game and
no other team in the league has
won all its games, the boys will
automatically become the cham
pions of the Upper Columbia lea
gue. Accordingly if another team
in the league has succeeded in win
ning every game played, Heppner
and this team will play for the
The line-up used In the lone
R. Turner. 1
Thomson, m .
N. Turner, 3
fiaKe, r t
ted in the fourth grade: president,
Marjorie Parker; secretary, Loyd
Burkenblne; doortender. Marvin
Casebeer; boards, Mary Knoll and
Ruby Northness; Bowers. Hubert
Albee; room-tender, Olivia Baldwin;
leaders, MeriDee Brown and Char
les Cox; doctors and nurses, Will
iam McCaleb, Marshall Fell, Gene
vieve Hanna, LaVerne Van Marter
and Beth Vance.
The sixth grade has begun re
viewing in almost all of their sub
jects. The following officers were ap
pointed in the sixth grade: board
monitors, Delia Ulrich and Jennie
Swindig; sanitary squad, Annabel
Turner, Billy Thomson and Reese
Burkenblne; flower-tender, Lorena
Wilson; chalk monitor, Louis Gil
man; eraser monitor, Bill Schwarz;
ball and bat monitor, Farris Prock.
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E. McCabe, 1
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Bill Ford, lone town pitcher umpired
the game and Gordon Bucknum was
Jimmy Gemmell of the first grade
Is absent from school on account
The second and third grades are
working on an apple blossom drill.
They are busily engaged in making
costumes lor flowers, brownies and
May 1 is the date which has been
set when the May queen will be
The following officers were elec-
The .Typing Exhibit
The typing, bookkeeping and
shorthand classes are planning an
exhibit of their work. The best
work will be placed on the walls
of the commercial room for the
benefit of all who might be interest
ed in the various kinds of work the
classes are doing.
The classes have been putting
forth some fine work in this line
under the supervision of Miss Pear
son, and the exhibit will no doubt
Mr. Burgess reports that there
are more schools entering the Mor
row County Declamatory contest
this year than ever before.
Irrigon, Boardman, lone, Lexing
ton, Hardman are the towns that
have entered besides Heppner.
Many country districts have also
Prospects of the inter-county con
test to be held with Umatilla county
have had a great deal to do with
the large contest here.
The contest will be held in the
gymnasium-auditorium in Heppner,
Saturday, April 28.
No doubt the local shoe dealers
will be kept at their work benches
for long, endless hours at a time
repairing the shoe soles of the stu
dents who sold tickets for the an
nual high school operetta, "Tulip
Time." Practically all of Heppner
has been canvassed in the mad
The campaign began Thursday,
April 19, under the supervision of
Mr. Johnson. The various classes
met and elected a committee of
three to handle the ticket selling.
Tickets were then given out to
those of the classes who wished to
sell and the town was divided into
separate class districts.
Then came the rush! "Freshles"
were seen out in the snow storm,
hastening from door to door, thus
winning first place when the first
report was given Friday morning.
The second report was given Mon
day with the freshmen still holding
The last report given Tuesday
morning was as follows: sopho
mores 55, seniors 50, freshmen 49,
juniors 38. This makes a total of
192 tickets from the high school
Heppner turned out to be well
represented at the Christian Kn-
deavor convention held in The
Dalles last week beginning on
One party composed of Ella Fell
and Jeanette Turner went down
with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bower,
and Iva and Edna Boggs. Alva
McDuffee went down with B. G.
Sigsbee's party but returned with
The other group was composed
of Mrs J. P. Conder, Harlan Devln,
John Conder, Claud Conder and El
lis Thomson. The people in the
Bower car returned home on Sat
urday afternoon and the others on
A new ediphone was recently In
stalled in Superintendent Burgess'
office at the high school. The edi
phone provides a very efficient me
thod of giving and receiving dicta
tion. The school wishes to extend sin
cere thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Doolittle for the valuable gift they
presented to the school library.
The gift, which is back numbers
of the National Geographic maga
zine for several years, will be
bound and placed in the library for
future reference and study.
A civics review test was given to
the civics class last Friday morn
ing by Mr. Burgess. This test is
being established in order to deter
mine the amount of civics learned
by the individuals of the class.
Since the examination was exceed
ingly long, the students were allow
ed the entire morning to finish the
No assembly singing was held at
the gymnasium last Friday, April
20, because Mr. Johnson, the high
school principal and coach of the
baseball team, had gone to lone
with the baseball boys before 3:15
On May 13, a pre-school clinic
will be held here. Two offlcersyof
the state board of health, with the
assistance of the two local doctors,
will present, free of charge, to all
children who are under school age,
the physical examinations. Anyone
having children about to start to
school, is advised to have them giv
en this examination.
bt Vancu Mart
During the hurricane of house-
cleaning many a wall will be meas
ured for a new paper coat And it
must be becoming, for it will have
to be worn for a year or two.
In choosing wall paper patterns,
north and east rooms should have
colors in the warm sun tones nev
er cool blues, grays or greens, which
belong on the sunny side of the
When the rug, draperies or up
holstering are be-figured, walls
should be relatively plain, and vice
versa. Where there is a cherished
antique or two in the room, it is
very good decorative sense to
choose paper in harmony. Thus,
for example, the fine old secretary,
pie-crust table or Sheraton chair
find in Colonial wall paper a friend
ly background against which to
If chosen thoughtfully, with re
gard to the keynote of the room,
the most inexpensive paper is
charming because of its freshness
and artistic harmony.
USING "LEFT-OVER" SALAD
Cut (uncooked) vegetables and
fruit3 soon become watery and dis
colored and are useless for a sec
ond meal. But they can be kept
fresh and crisp for several days by
combining them with gelatin.
A DAINTY JfOMPANY, DISH
For Sea Food au Gratln, prepare
white sauce, using 1 tablespoon
flour, 1 tablespoon butter or mar
garine, and half pint of milk. But
ter baking dish, add layers of tuna
fish, lobster, shrimp, or any cooked
fish. Pour over white sauce, cover
with grated cheese and buttered
crumbs and brown lightly.
ECONOMY IN CAKES
Cake Ingredients are costly so
it never pays to take risks in bak
ing. Manv a cake falls because the
flour used is loo heavy for this pur
pose. Prepared cake flour is much
lighter and fluffier than bread flour,
and because uniformly successful,
is an economy in the end.
If you add a few thin slices of
white soap to the water before put
tlng flowers into it they Will keep
as fresh for nearly two weeks as
when first gathered.
If mildew stains are soaked for
several hours in a weak solution of
Chloride of lime, then rinsed in cold
water, they will disappear.
RELIEF FOR IVY POISONING
Apply olive oil over parts affected
by ivy poison or bee sting and re
liefwill instantly follow.
A good way to make buttonholes
straight and nsat is to sew the
stitches all around first, then slit
the hole with a razor blade. , This,
makes the buttonhole look trim and
REVIVING DEAD FERNS
Sometimes ferns that look dead
can be revived by placing .the pots
in hot water and letting tm stand
until the water cools.
Third Annual Morrow County
Starts at p. m. sharp
Heppner School Auditorium
Saturday, April 28
Contestants from all schools
Humorous, Oratorical, Dramatic
Winners take part in Morrow-Umatilla
Inter-County Declamatory Contest
at Heppner, May 5.
Judges from The Dalles. Adm. 50c
Don't Forget 7 Sharp
Genuine Stark Trees
Stark Trees Bear
Plant Stark Golden Delicious,
Stark Early Elberta Peach,
J. H. Hale Peach.
Shrubs, Trees, Plants, Hedges,
Roses, Gardening done by
day or contract,
J. W. VAUGHAN,
Drop me a postal and I will
call on you.
GILLIAM & BISBEE
The Spring of the year
is the time to feed Dr.
Hess's Stock Tonic, Pan-a-ce-a
for chickens. Use
a package. If results are
not satisfactory return
container and get your
A car of Sperry Poul
try Supplies to arrive at
We have a complete
stock of Single Trees,
Lead Bars, Clevises and
repair parts for all
kinds of farm machin
ery. Our stock of Oliver
Plows, Spring Tooth
Harrows, etc. is com
plete. For fine alfalfa seed
call on us.
Tents, Stoves and other
supplies for setting up
sheep camp. Sherwin-
Williams Marking Ink
in three colors.
GILLIAM & BISBEE
'.'LET THE MASTER SERVE YOU"
Expert Cleaning & Dyeing
We make a specialty of Carpets and Rugs
Both cleaning and sizing.
Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention.
Pantorium Dye Works
to the ball game this
Sunday in a new
pair of shoes
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