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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1929.
New Features of the 1929
Because Owners Praise Them
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All main bearings are ball bearings In
dust-proof cases running in oil. The
cylinder, beaters, fans, draper, head
er drive shafts and other important
bearings are of this type. Require
oiling not oftener than ONCE A
The rear shoe sieve is self leveling, auto
matically adjusting itself, assuring
you of uniform separation.
The header gears are steel cut, en
closed in a dust-proof case, and run
ning in oil.
The Hillside Combine will level on steep
er grades than ever before.
The CASE COMBINES have many oth
er improvements to offer the user and
never before have combines as effi
cient, economical and easy to oper
ate been offered the grain grower as
the 1 929 models of Case Combines.
The Peoples Hardware Company keep a
FULL LINE OF REPAIRS for
these machines, and the Case Com
bine user is guaranteed that his har
vesting will proceed through the sea
son without costly, tedious delays.
Come in and see the Hillside and Level Land
types and inspect them thoroughly
Peoples Hardware Co.
THE HOME OF UP-TO-DATE FARM EQUIPMENT
BECAUSE hundreds of owners constantly speak
in highest praise of their excellent work and
sturdy qualities, the use of Case Hillside Combines
is growing rapidly. Extremely strong constructic .1
assures long, dependable operation and low upkeep
The flexible header follows the contour of the
ground. The platform tilts at the correct angle for
cutting grain anywhere between 4" and 36" from
the ground. All adjustments are quickly and easily
made. With this construction, tall or lodged grain
can be harvested without waste on any hill where
grain growing is practical.
The Case Combine levels toward the hill on the
header side, making the machine safe on the
steepest hillsides. Ample platforms allow the
operator to inspect the operation of every part of
the machine without stopping.
Case Hillside Combines save time, labor and
grain. They increase the profit of grain growing.
Mail the coupon for complete information.
J. I. Case Threshing Machine Co., Ine.
Dept. B-27 Racine, Wisconsin U. S. A.
Branch Houses at Spokane, Wash. Salt Lake City, Utah.
.One or both of these highly valuable
books can be obtained by returning
this coupon, or writing. They explain
fully why experienced grain growers
prefer the Case Combine.
Model W. 14 foot. A 3 foot light
crop ex tension can be furnished.
What Mother Thinks of The Case
(Continued "rom Page 1)
Boardman will be the mecca for
all the 82 teachers of Morrow coun
ty on Friday, March 29. An exhibit
of work of the various schools will
be shown. The Boardman school
will have an especially fine display
and the patrons are asked to come
Friday afternoon to see them. There
will be a display of sewing and
manual training work in the sew
ing and manual training rooms, and
the sewing girls will serve tea to
the patrons that afternoon. In the
manual training department various
articles made during the school
year will be shown.
The program will start at 10 o'
clock, although there are still some
numbers yet to be arranged. The
program as planned so far will con
sist of a speaker in the morning, a
vocal solo by Miss Ede of Heppner,
a reading by Mrs. Johnston of Lex
ington, Mrs. Marschat's miniature
band will bring pleasure to the
teachers. In the afternoon the work
will be departmental. Elementary
will be in charge of Mrs. Lucy Rod
gers. Mrs. Marschat will have a
penmanship demonstration of her
little folk. Supt. Burgess of Hepp
ner will speak on spelling methods.
The high school department will be
largely conference pertaining to
subqjects of greatest interest to
high school teaches. Other addi
tions will no doubt be made to the
At noon the dinner will be served
by the P. T. A. with songs and
toasts. L. E. Marschat will act as
For the pleasure of her daughter
Mrs. Ray Howell of Hood River,
Mrs. Royal Rands entertained at a
lovely party on Monday night, Sun
day having been Mrs. Howell's
birthday. Old friends were asked,
people who lived here during Mrs.
Howell's girlhood days. Muhc mer
riment was caused by the games,
the picture gallery being especial
ly amusing. Mrs. Howell played a
number of musical selections, sing
ing was enjoyed and at the close
of a wonderful evening a dainty
lunch was served,
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Grange met Saturday night. Mr.
and Mrs. Strobel were given the
third and fourth degree work and
Mr. and Mrs. Miller who live on the
Nizer place were given the first and
Mrs. Ves Attebury came home last
week from Spokane where she vis
ited her daughter and family.
The school is planning an oper
etta to be given late in April or the
early part of May.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Poe and four
children of Mesa, Wn., were guests
Sunday at the Geo. Gross home. The
Poes were neighbors of the Gross's
when they lived on the wheat ranch.
Poes have a wheat farm at Mesa
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Bedwell and
two sons who have been living in
Boardman this winter have rented
Mrs. Watkin's ranch at Irrigon and
moved up there on Sunday. Frank
Stevers will assist Mr. Bedwell eve
nings and Sundays.
Friends will be pleased to know
that Miss Blanche Imus has re
turned to normal at Cheney and
will graduate in the spring.
A. T. Hereim and family were
dinner guests of the Kristcnsen's
D. F. Ransier has had a crew
cleaning out the canal laterals. Wa
ter will be turned in the last week
John and Hugo Koski and Miss
Mae Hango returned Friday to May
ger, after two weeks visit at the
Hango and Olson homes.
Mrs. Claude Myers was hostess
last Wednesday to the Home Econ
omics club. Thirteen were present
and partook of a sumptuous lunch
eon. Invited guests were Mrs. Wm.
Wilbanks and Mrs. Arthur Porter.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Otto and ba
by have gone to Portland and their
place has been leased by a family
whose name we have been unable
to obtain, from Hillsboro, who came
up here because of asthma. He is
the owner of a large dairy in Hills
boro and brought six dairy cows
with him and also has a number
of turkey hens.
Miss Beatrice Weed of Condon
was a guest of her aunt, Mrs. Rob
ert Wilson, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Cox, who are
located at Eagle Point In southern
Oregon were called to Lexington on
Thursday to attend the funeral ser
vices of Mrs. Wayne Schriver, a
sister of Mr. Cox. Mrs. Claude
Coats and Mrs. J. F. Barlow motor
ed over to attend the funeral and
Mrs. Cox came back with them for
an overnight visit, leaving the next
day for her home.
Mrs. J. C. Ballenger who coached
the recent play gave a dinner party
for the "fiapperettes" who gave a
little skit between acts, at her home
Wednesday evening, preceding their
trip to Irrigon where they gave
their little sketch. Adaline Wil
banks, Selma Ayers, Sybil Macom
ber and Celia Partlow were the
Mrs. Chas. Hango, Mrs. Kathryn
Hango, who is here from North Da
kota, and Miss Mae Hango motored
to Arlington on Wednesday where
Mrs. Hango had some dental work
Mrs. B. B. Lewis is recovering
nicely from her recent operation at
the Mid-Columbia hospital at The
Mrs. J. C. Ballenger bumped her
arm on the door one day last week
and although it is decidedly pain
ful she thought nothing more of
it until several days lates the pain
continued and she went to the doc
tor who found the ligaments torn
and a misplacement of the elbow
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bleakman of
Heppner were on the project Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hadley and
son were guests Sunday at the Low
ell Spagle home.
Maple Circle, Neighbors of Wood
craft will meet this coming Monday
evening, when a large class is to be
initiated. The entertainment com
mittee has a surprise in store for
all who attend.
For Sale Alfalfa seed, common
machine run, 15c lb. Mall orders
properly cared for. L. G. Smith,
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Seiberling Tire Prices
29x4.40 Sciberling Arrowhead $ 6.44
30x3 Vz CI. Sciberling Patrician 7.76
PROTECTED FOB ONE YEAR
29x4.40 Seibcrling Patrician 9.21
PROTECTED FOB ONE TEAR
30x4.50 Sciberling Patrician 10.09
PROTECTED FOB ONE YEAR
30x3'2 Sciberling Arrowhead Tube .... 1.15
29x4.40 Sciberling Arrowhead Tube $1.35
"PROTECTED FOR ONE YEAB" means these tires are fixed
FREE of charge for ONE YEAB regardless of what the damage is
to the tire, excepting fire.
COHN AUTO COMPANY
(Continued from First Page)
Merle Miller of Lexington and
friend, Miss Margaret Herndon,
called at West. Camp ranch on Tu
Mrs. Freda Straight formerly of
Spokane, is now employed as house
keeper at West Camp.
G. L. Bennett visited at the Al
pine school on Tuesday. The stu
dents were pleased to see him able
to be out again, following his long,
A large crowd of our young peo
ple attended the St. Patrick's Day
dance at Heppner Saturday night.
Mrs. Geo. Lambirth and son Les
ter, also Mildred and Irl Clary were
Hermiston visitors on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Bennett and
the former's sister, Miss Ruth, also
William Doherty and Miss Helen
Bennett attended the show at Hepp
ner on Sunday evening.
Folks, don't forget the play at Al
pine, March 30, at 8 o'clock. A few
of the young people In Alpine will
present to the public a three-act
comedy, "Her Step Husband." There
are laughs enough for all, so come
and enjoy it; come ana learn to De
ware of the traps that your aunt
may place for you. The characters
are: Harvey P. Marshal, Mary's
Our stock of Implements
Oliver and P. & O. Gang
Plows from $190 to $90.
Spring Tooth and Pig
Disc Harrows at Whole
Without question the best
Investigate the '15-30
Lead Bars. Sinde Trees,
Clevises, Plow Shares, etc.
We have it, will get it, or
it is not made.
GILLIAM 8 WE
permanent husband, Grover Sibley;
Dr. Gerald Mills, Mary's husband
pro tern, Merle Bennett; Llmpy Lan
nigan, an ex-convict, Lawrence Do
herty; Olilcer Shea, an affable cop,
Alex Llndsey; Mary Marshall, an
Incurable romanticist, Hazel Ben
nett; Sylvia Allen, Mary's friend.
Celatha Lambirth; Miss Emma Pai
sley (Aunt Emma), Mary's aunt,
Bernice Sepanek; Florence Ainsfee,
Mary's cousin, Ruth Bennett; Stel
la, the maid, Bertha Sepanek. The
setting of the play Is at Harvey P.
Marshall's bungalow at Crestdalc,
a suburb of New York.
M.D.Clark : Hiatt & Dix
QUALITY THAT SATISFIES
From all sides comes generous praise of Red & White and Servus
Brand groceries Always the "cream of the crop" in fruits and veg
etablesalways the highest quality in manufactured products.
Serve your family the best and save on your food budget by trading
here. LET US SUPPLY ALL YOUR GROCERY NEEDS.
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
Saturday and Monday (March 23 and 25) Red & White Super-Specials
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6 Boxes for
7 Pounds for
Kellogg's Rice Krisp
ies, 2 Packages
B a b - 0, Cleans like
magii, 2 Cans for....
Servus Coffee, high- M
est quality, lb. pkg.
Nat. Bis. Co. Cream
R. & W. Flour
B. & M. Baked Beans and
Brown Bread, can
. each, both for .
Vegetable and Veget- AQjn
able Beef Soup, 3....tl
Servus Minced Clams M 7
2 Cans (ls tall) T, i C
Yellow Cling Peaches ff H'll
Servus, 2 cans 2'-s f I
Yellow Cling Peaches M
R. & W., 2 cans 211,31 1 C
Fancy Oregon Dry
Onions, 3 lbs.
Fancy Rose Oranges JtEf
Med. Size, 2 Dozen 13 V
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