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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 15, 1928.
The recent election showed some
Interesting results In this district
That Walter M. Pierce still retains
his many friendships here was evi
denced by the 114 votes he received
to the 39 priven his opponent, R. R.
Butler. This made a total of 153
votes. There were apparently a
number of voters 'Who could not
conscientiously vote for either pres
idential candidate as only 144 votes
were cast for this office, including
the 9 votes for Socialist candidates.
Hoover received 73 votes and wheth
er this community is all wet or not
at least the Democratic candidate
received 62 votes. Nearly all the
amendments were defeated by a
large majority here as well as else
where in this state. C. J. D. Bauman
received 80 votes for sheriff, Gordon
22 and Matteson 38. Case and Mc
Murdo for coroner each received 65
votes. On the election board were
Mesdames Klitz, Ballenger, Macom
ber, and Messrs. Jenkins and Bal-lenger.
Carl Doering, telegraph operator
at Messner, came home Saturday
from a wonderful vacation trip to
his old home in Massachusetts.
Jack Gorham who has been con
fined to a dark room for the past
week because of ulcers on one of
his eyes, is much improved and was
able to resume his work at the
8 tore this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barlow motored
to The Dalles Saturday. There they
met Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mefford and
two children who came up for a
few hours visit, returning on the
late train to their Portland home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Murchie of
Wasco visited a few days at the
Ballenger home this week. '
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Brown came
up Sunday from Mitchell where Mr.
Brown is completing a road con-tract
Several Boardman farmers dress
ed turkeys for the early pool of the
Idaho Turkey Growers association,
which loaded a car Monday at Her
miston. Spagles, Cooneys, Hadleys,
Wicklanders, Johnsons, Dillaboughs
and Ellises were among those who
Kenneth Spagle of Arlington spent
the week end at his brother's home.
The P. T. A. held an interesting
meeting Friday night Two clever
little health playlets were given un
der the direction of Mrs. Gillespie.
Geo. Wicklander gave a reading.
Rev. Aiken Smith, who is conduct
ing a series of evangelistic meet
ings here gave a good talk on
"Questions Parents Ask." Mrs.
King presided. Later pie and cof
fee were served in the cafeteria.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nizer plan to
leave Wednesday or Thursday of
this week for their new home at La
Grande and have been extensively
entertained before their departure.
On Sunday they were guests of Mr
and Mrs. O. H. Warner at the High
way Inn at a lovely dinner. Mon
day evening they were entertained
at the home of Mrs. Ella Shell. On
Tuesday night they were dinnet
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Brice.
Monday they were guests at a noon
dinner at the Jenkins home.
November 4th is the natal day of
both Mrs. W. O. King and O. H.
Warner so a lovely dinner was serv
ed at the Highway Inn by Mrs.
Warner with Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
King and children as the fortunate
Geo. Agee is back from Portland
where he visited his friend Robert
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Miller and Mr.
Wolfer of Woodburn, Ore., were
house guest at the Lowel Spagle
home for three days last week.
Clarence Berger and son Robert
have gone to Maupin, Ore., where
Mr. Berger will act as relief opera
tor for a time. His son is learning
Mrs. Nate Macomber was pleased
to have her parents, Mr. and Mrs,
McReynolds and her sister, Mrs.
Boots Matthews and family as her
guests on Sunday. A sumptuous
dinner was served.
A. M. Miller of Portland is the
new owner of the Chas. Nizer place.
It is probable that his son will farm
Miss Francis Spike spent the
First Air Stowaway
Here'l Clarence Terhune, 19. ol
St Louis, who "stowed away" on
the Graf Zeppelin and made the
trip across. Discovered as the ship
was speeding on its way on the re
turn flight to Germany, tht youth
was put to work washfor dishes.
week end and Armistice Day holi
day with her parents at Echo.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Price and son
spent the week end in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. John 1m Jenkins and
Elvira, Glen and Richard Berger
were present at a fine dinner Sun
day at the Packard home.
The Home Economics club met
Wednesday with Mrs. C. S. Calkins.
An elaborate luncheon was partaken
of and later a short business meet
Carroll Kennedy is sporting a fine
new Pontiac coupe.
An Hawaiian was in town Satur
day and planned to give a program
at Root s hall, but such a few came
that it was not worth while. He
had a wife and small son and was
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Smith extend
ed their hospitality Sunday to Mr.
and Mrs. A. T. Hereim and sons.
A splendid chicken dinner was
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stutte and
two children motored up from Port
land for a week-end visit at the
Nick Faler home. ,
Ed Kunze went to Umatilla on
Thursday to consult a doctor. He
has been suffering with rheumatism.
Mrs. H. Tyler of Willow creek
purchased a truck load of potatoes
from Chas. Wicklander last week.
Saturday night Nov. 17, the men
will be hosts at the Grange, provid
ing both program and eats. Possi
bly the latter will consist of tooth
picks and water. We wonder.
Mrs. Mack, clothing specialist of
O. A. C, was in Boardman Monday
and Tuesday assisting the local wo
men in sewing, making over old
garments and demonstrating the
making of various pockets, stitches,
etc. Mrs. Nate Macomber kindly
opened her home for the meetings
which were well attended.
Frank Marlow and Miss Mary
Lee Hartle of Pendleton visited on
Monday at the Dan Ransier home.
Geo. Ransier and family of Echo
also spent Armistice Day at the
D. F. Ransier home.
Several public spirited citizens re
cently gave generously of their time
and labor at the Boardman ceme
tery. The ground inside the fence
was leveled, pathways staked out
and the land seeded to rye. Trees
are to be planted later. The wind
mill provides an abundance of wat
er and it is hoped that eventually
God's Acres will be a place of beau
ty rather than the desolate waste of
the past Volunteers were Messrs.
Robert Wilson, L. V. Root O. B.
Olson, Clarence Berger, Chas. Han-
go and Chas. Wicklander. It Is
stated that the proceeds from one
good entertainment will complete
the payment due on the well. A play
is being discussed. Surely any one
asked to assist in so worthy a cause
could not refuse. There are now
thirteen sleeping in the Silent City,
namely, Ezra Hopkins, Alvie, Wayne
and Teddy Hango, Mrs. Clarence
Berger, Mrs. Chas. Wicklander,
Japtha Klitz, the wee son of Mr.
and Mrs. L. C. Cooney, Richard
Root Clifford Olson, W. A. Good
win, Ruby Wilson and Chas. Atte
bury. Directors of the cemetery
association were elected last week,
Chas. Wicklander receiving 58, 52
and 50 votes respectively.
Chas. Hango is the first rancher
to boast a milking machine. He
recently had a Hinman milker in
stalled and it is but a short time
until his nine cows are milked. The
machine is run by a small one-half
horsepower engine. Mr. Hango is
quite enthusiastic over the merits
of the new machine.
A group of people who like to trip
the light fantastic toe have been
gathering at the Woodard house and
last Saturday night after a pleasant
evening they decided to form a
club. Present were the Kunze's, I.
Skobos, Strobels, Myers', Knauffs,
Brices, Hangos, Spagles, Daniels',
Ransiers, Alec Wilson and Earl Cra
Gladys Medlock returned to her
home from Lexington where she
has been working for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. John Nash had a
family reunion Sunday. All their
children were home as well as a
niece from Portland.
Wal Palmateer, Franklin Ely and
Mrs. H. O. Ely drove to Portland
Thursday to attend the stock show
and visit relatives.
Mrs. R. E. Harbison spent a cou
ple of days visiting in Portland
Beulah and Geneva Pettyjohn
have been helping at the Morgan
Martin Bauernflend and Elvln
Ely were doing business in Heppner
John Nash is doing some carpen
ter work for H. O. Ely.
Miss Allen was in Heppner Sat
Quite a number of Morganites at
tended the dance at Rhea Siding
Saturday night and all reported a
very enjoyable evening.
Morgan was well represented at
the polls at Cecil election day.
Mildred Morgan of lone spent Fri
day and Saturday with Margaret
An auction sale on the Cecil Sar
gent place at lone will take place
next Tuesday, as announced by an
advertisement elsewhere in this
issue. Mr. and Mrs. Sargent were
Heppner visitors on Tuesday.
Cecil Lleuallen, state traffic of
ficer of Pendleton, was a visitor in
Our electric hoist and
power greasing equipment
enable us to give you the
in the city and at reason
We clean chimneys,
furnaces, stoves; new
and clean way; no
pipes taken down; all
GILLIAM & BISBEE
DRINK MORE MILK
Wise old Mother Nature made milk
for children. Into it she put every
thing needed for sustenance, and in
the most easily assimilated form.
So, Drink More Milk. Let the
children have plenty. It is the
cheapest food you can buy.
Alfalfa Lawn Dairy
WIOHTMAN BRQ8, Props.
BETTER homes are built with better
lumber and that doesn't mean
high priced lumber either.
Our quality, our service, and our
prices win sausry you.
Heppner Planing Mill & Lumber Yard
A. R. REID, Proprietor
Phones Mill 9F25, Yard Main 1123
We will keep open until 10 :00 p. m. until further
notice and later on Saturday nights.
Let us fill your radiator with anti-freeze before
the big freeze comes.
We can refinish your car in Duco any color.
C. A. Saunders of Pendleton is now located
here and does the work.
ASK US FOR PRICES
Ferguson Chevrolet Co.
R. B. FERGUSON and A. H. BERGSTROM
Let Us Know
We honestly strive to be helpful,
courteous, reliable, and to give this
community as good banking facilities
as can be found anywhere, even in the
How can we be of service to you)
That's what we want to know. Come
in and tell us your needs. That's the
only way we can find out and thus be
of service to you. We will treat you
courteously. Just give us the oppor
tunity that's all we are asking for.
Fir& National Bank
Member Affiliated Buyers
Extra Specials for SATURDAY-MONDAY,
NOVEMBER 17 and 19
SOAP I FREE T SALMON
CRYSTAL WHITE GOLD BAR Fancy Whitworth Brand.
The leading Soap Crosby Corn 1 Can Alaska Pack Pink,
for the laundry, free with assortment 1? A Qo
5 BARS canned goods as ad- Tall Tin ....
FOR MUX vertised this week. 3 can for 55c
CANDIED PEEL PINEAPPLE PEAS
For Holiday Baking. Hillsdale Brand, 2y2's, UTAHNA BRAND
Lyon's Extra Fine slightly broken ft -i Tender, Sweet Utah
CITRON QQn slices. Can 4 11 pack, 2's 1fi
Per lb OUC nnprrtDM Can 11C
ORANGE Q POPCORN 3 for 40c
Per lb OH JOLLY TIME, 10-oz. tin IM-rD cm A DC
LEMON Qip fancy rice popcorn. 100 bllNbLK OlN Afb
Per lb Oil to 1 Pop. f American Beauty, 1-
rTT: ; Can 13C lb. 6 oz. Pkg, Nat. Bis
baking rowder . 2 Cans for 25c cuit Co. Finest Qual
CALUMET, 1-lb. Can. cur.r nr.T ICIT ity. OQ
"For Thanksgiving' SHOE POLISH Package ddOK
SPg 29c 'ZZ. 12c tomatoes
rADMrn nrrc 2-IN-ONE -f A SILVER BAR-Ripe
CORNED BEEF an colors lC Red Califor- 4
Anglo Extra quality SHINOLA Aj nia pack. 2's J. Tils
pack. No. 1 ft all colors OX, 3 for 40c
TD7rn nvr7 SARDINES WESSON OIL
KULLLU UAlb NORTH STAR, Fancy Quart size. Forcook
CARNATION, Large Norwegian Pack in pure ing the modern way
size, piece Chinaware Olive Oil. 14's 4 0 with the finest cook
in each pack-Q-i Can J.01s ing oil. Ji(g
age. Pkg OJ3X 2 Cans for 25c Can ttV
This store is a member of "Affiliated Buyers," an organization of over
400 of the largest buyers and distributors of Groceries on the Coast.
Through collective buying and quality purchasing, we are able to supply
our customers with quality goods at lower prices, right in your neigh
borhood. Tune in on "Affiliated Mnistrels," KGW Friday 10 to 10:30
At the Old Fred Akers Place, 2 -Mile East of lone on the Highway
The following property will be sold to the highest bidder for CASH
1 Gray mare, weight 1650 lbs. .
1 Sorrel mare, weight 1550 lbs.
1 Good Child's Saddle Horse.
Among the Best Cows in County:
1 Jersey cow, fresh, 5 years lod.
1 Jersey cow, fresh any day, 5 yrs.
1 Jersey cow, fresh, 3 years old.
1 Jersey cow, fresh, 10 years old.
1 Jersey cow, fresh Jan. 18, 3 yrs.
1 Jersey cow, fresh Feb. 6, 4 years.
1 Holstein cow, fresh Feb. 16, 4 yrs.
2 Jersey yearling heifers.
8 Humane Stanchions.
5 doz. early R. I. Red pullets, best
4 Hives of Bees.
2 1928 McClanahan Incubators.
1 new 500 self adjusting chick
Some household furniture.
I low steel wheel wagon, hay rack.
1 Overshot hay stacker.
1 Buck rake. 1 hay cutter.
1 McCormick mower.
1 12-foot McCormick rake. '
1 Osborne Disc. 1 Steel harrow.
1 Sspring tooth harrow.
1 Good Sharpies separator.
Milk cooler, new.
IMj-h- P- Fairbanks engine.
1 Steel pumping jack.
2-1 Washing machine.
1 Walking plaw.
1 Side-hill walking plow.
1 Set harness and collars.
1 Set new buggy wheels.
SALE BEGINS AT 1 0:00 A. M. FREE LUNCH AT NOON.
Cecil Sargent, Owner