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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 15, 1928.
LIST OF RED CROSS
ACTIVITIES OF PAST
YEAR IS RELEASED
WILL FURNISH DINNER MUSIC EVERY
THURSDAY EVENING OVER NETWORK
The following list of accomplish
ments of the American Red Cross
has been released by the national
1. In Porto Rico the American
Red Cross has a half million home
less and destitute persons under its
care, and in Florida there are 50,000
persons looking to it for assistance
as a result of the tropical hurri
cane which swept out of the Carib
bean Sea in September and cut a
path of destruction over a fifteen
hundred mile course. A relief fund
of about $5,500,000 has been raised
with which the organization is pre
venting intense suffering and in
many instances actual starvation.
2. During the organization's fiscal
year which closed June 30th, it gave
assitance following 88 disasters, 66
of which were In this country and
8. Its workers in nearly 3,000
chapters in the United States have
assisted an average of 26,558 service
and ex-service men each month,
helping them to settle government
claims and procure hospital treat
ment and seeing that their families
did not suffer while these claims
were pending. At the same time
Red Cross wrokers in camps and
hosiptals assisted an average of
nearly 30,000 men each month and
arranged during the year more than
22,000 recreation and entertainment
4. Carrying no civilian relief ac
tivities only where there is no other
agency to da it mostly in small
towns and rural sections the Red
Cross has assisted more than 10,000
families during the year.
5. In communities throughout the
United States and in our Insular
and Foreign possessions, its 745
Public Health nurses have been
fighting disease and suffering and
improving the health standards of
the nation. They have made more
than a million visits to homes dur
ing the year to care for the sick and
protect the well. 874,000 school
children have been inspected and
given assistance in having their
physical defects corrected.
6. Nearly 60,000 women and girls
have been taught, in the organiza
tion's Home Hygiene and Care of
the Sick classes, how to give home
care to the sick in their homes and
how to prevent sickness by the prop
er care of the home and the family.
7. In their fight against malnutri
tion, the cause of many physical de
fects in children and adults, the or
ganization has given nutrition in
struction to 128,000 persons of whom
122,000 were children.
8. With 90,000 persons a year dy
ing as a result of accidents, the
American Red Cross is waging a
nation-wide campaign to reduce
this annual loss of life. In the last
twelve months it has instructed
more than 150,000 persons in the
United States in first aid for the in
jured, while the number of persons
enrolled in its life safing corps af
ter receiving Intensive instruction
in methods for rescuing and reviv
ing the drowning persons, has
reached nearly 174,000. During the
year it has also given more than
4,000 lectures and demonstrations
for the furtherance of this cam
paign. 9. In addition to helping with the
administrative and other phases of
the work, Red Cross volunteers
have during the yera, produced
more than a quarter of a million
garments nad two and a quarter
million surgical dressings for use in
dissater relief work and other con
tingencies. They have also tran
scribed 1,316 volumes into Braille, a
system of raised lettering whereby
the blind are enabled to read. Prac
tically all Braille transcribing in
this country is done by Red Cross
10. The American Red Cross
makes n oappelas for funds during
the year except following great na
tional disasters in which cases all
funds contributed are spent for re
lief work in the disaster for which
the appeal Is made. This entire pro
gram of service is financed from
membership dues obtained during
the Roll Call. In addition to this
the membership funds finance many
relief operations following relative
ly small disasters in which no spec
ial appeal is made.
IONE CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
Home Coming service at lone
Christian church next Sunday, Nov.
18th. At 10 a. m bible school; 11
m., communion and preaching,
with sermon by John Garrlnger;
noon, basket dinner; 2 p. m., Home
Coming service. A short program
and sermon by pastor. At 6:30,
Home Coming Endeavor service;
30, illustrated sermon, "Christ In
the Home" by pastor. The lone
church extends a hearty welcome
to all sister churches In the county
to attend this service, most espec
ially the basket dinner and the 2
o'clock service. Bring your basket
JOHN GARRINGER, Pastor.
AN internationally famous quar
tet Tha Seiberling Singers vo
calists with Frank Black, Orches
tral Director of the Seiberling Hour
and one of the foremost of modern
American arrangers and composers.
Pacifies Coast llsteners-ln will
hear them, for the first time Thurs
day evening, November 8th, and
every Thursday evening thereafter,
when the famed Seiberling Hour
will add five Pacific Coast stations
to Its network and become the
world's "most broadcast" regular,
weekly, half-hour program.
They've sung such numbers as
Rachmaninoff 's "Prelude In C Sharp
Minor," Krelsler's "Caprice Vien-
nols," "Nola," Gershwin's "Rhap
sody in Blue" and a score ot other
vocal rarities. Thirty million people
from Coast to Coast will be able to
hear them every Thursday evening
from 6:00 to 6:30 p. m., Pacific
Coast time it is estimated. The
Pacific Coast stations are: KGO,
San Francisco; KFI, Los Angeles;
KGW, Portland; KOMO, Seattle;
and KHQ, Spokane.
Reading from left to right: Elli
ott Shaw, baritone; Frank Black,
orchestral director; James Melton,
Seiberling soloist and first tenor ot
the quartet; Lewis James, second
tenor; and Wilfred Glenn, bass.
little scoring. Robertson was sent
through the line for about twenty
five yards and in two more plays he
carried the ball over the line for the
initial touchdown. In less than five i
minutes Robertson had carried the
ball over the line the second time.
Elmer Hake completed the try for
point The last frame of the game
went scoreless. This victory leaves
Heppner and Condon tied for the
championship .of the Upper Colum
bia Athletic league. The league
, Heppner, won 3, lost 0, 1000; Con
don, won 3, lost 0, 1000; lone, won
2, lost 2, 500; Fossil, won 1 lost 3,
250; Arlington, won 0, lost 4, 000.
HEPPNER DEFEATS IONE.
By MAURICE EDMUNDSON.
The game last Friday afternoon
on the lone field was a great change
from the previous game in which
Heppner was one of the partici
pants. The lone boys held the local
boys scoreless for the first half of
the game although Heppner threat
ened twice, losing the ball once on
Ione's two-yard line.
Smouse, Ione's right tackle, re
ceived a broken leg about two inches
above the ankle during the second
quarter of the fray.
When the second half opened
rieppner was determined to do a
"The storm burst so suddenly up
on us that we had no warning of its
approach," remarked the globe
trotter, to a group of Interested
friends at the club.
In an instant," he continued, "the
house was demolished and scattered
to the four winds. How I escaped
being torn to pieces I do not know!
"G-good gracious!" exclaimed Mr.
Meke, jumping to his feet "That
reminds me! I-I almost forgot to
mail a letter for my wife!"
TEACHER OF VIOLIN
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For Sale-Jersey Black Giant
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Attractive score pads with
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"Bridge" inscribed on cover.
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This handy device is divided
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A mirror of popular design
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This cookie cutter rotates as
It rolls along the dough;
And leaves behind a cookie
In neat row after row.
Candy Special for
Vogan's Walnut Cream Pat
ties, a delicious cream fudge
filled with fresh walnut halves.
You're sure to like it OQ
Price per half pound kv
WE FILL PRESCRIPTIONS
Get our rates for dressed poultry of all kinds be
fore you ship. We will pick them up
any place on our route.
John Day Valley Freight Line
Operating between Heppner and Portland and
John Day Highway Points.
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It will pay yoa to have those
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Same in gray worsted, heavy $4.50
Worsted gray mixture, extra heavy .... $6.00
Cotton and fine worsted mixture, summer
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Boys' Munsingwear Unions, high neck, long
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so that you may receive your votes as early as possible.
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FOR SATURDAY SPECIAL
"Quality Alway sHigher Than Price"
Sec Our Window for Thanksgiving Candies
HIATT & DIX
Phone Main 1072
Clams, Oysters and
Shell Fish .
OF ALL KINDS
We are offering these with our regular stock
of fish for Friday.
HENRY SCHWARZ & SON
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THURSDAY and FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15-16
Jack Mulhall and Charlie Murray in
"THE POOR NUT"
Speed demon on the track, but awfully Blow with the girls. His
idea of a good time was chasing butterflies, until he got the loving
bug. A comedy-drama of a college slow-poke.
Also "LIVE NEWS" Two Reel Comedy.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17:
With Dorothy Sebstian and Wm. Fairbanks
Set off along the great Orego nTrail of thrilling history with Tim
McCoy. He'll lead you along a road of excitement and action you'll
Also Felix, Scenic and News Reel.
ALSO PENDLETON ROUND-UP PICTURES
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18-19:
Ronald Colman and Vilma Banky in
"THE MAGIC FLAME"
Novel, surprising, thrilling romance with the screen's most roman
tic lovers amidst the swirl of the circus ring and hte splendor of
majestic settings. He was a clown, yet he ruled a nation. She was
beautiful and ruled him. It will lift, thrill and Inspire you See It!
Also Lupino Lane in "THE HALF PINT HERO"
two-reel comedy, and Movies of the Rodeo.
CHILDREN 25c ADULTS 60c.
TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20-21
Clair Windsor and John Bowers in
"THE OPENING NIGHT"
You'll grip the edge of your Beats as you pause In breathless sus
pense during the thrilling action of "The Opening Night." A pic
ture that gets under the skin and lingers In the memory. 'Based on
a story by Albert Payson Terhune.
Also Comedy and News Reel.
COMING NEXT WEEK:
Buck Jones In THE BRANDED SOMBRERO Nov. 22 and 2S
Karl Dane and Geo. K. Arthur In CIRCUS ROOKIES Nov. 24
Buster Keaton and Ernest Torrence In STEAMBOAT BILL, JR.,
Nov. 25 and 26.
Ramon Navarro In ACROSS TO SINGAPORE Nov. 27 and 28