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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1929,
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By Albert T. Reid
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Without faith, little that Is
worth while can be accomplished.
Every heroic or great humanitarian
deed recorded in history is a monu
ment of unswerving faith.
St Paul in Hebrews, eleventh
chapter, instances many notable ex
amples of faithful men in action;
it would do no harm if we read that
story a little oftener.
We have plenty of such testimony
here in America. By faith, George
Washington, with his handful of
ragged troops, was able to force a
very powerful nation to capitulate.
Faith in his God, his faithful fol
lowers, and himself.
By faith, the homely Lincoln
hammered away through poverty,
adversity and a bloody war, until
he drove the word "slavery" from
the statutes of the United States of
America, and made his name im
mortal. By faith, Woodrow Wilson, back
ed by a great liberty-loving people,
delivered a hemisphere from the
menace of tyrrany. Like Lincoln,
he gave his life for principle, in
faith that never for an instant wav
ered. And Lindbergh's great achieve
ment. Faith, faitH, faith!
Man is the only creature capable
of possessing faith; the lower ani
mals have no need of it When I
see a faithless man or woman buf
feted by waves of misfortune and
discontent, my sympathies- are
awakened but that doesn't help
anybody; faith must be sought for,
seized, held. It costs nothing; its
value is greater than that of the
III Or the
by Nancy art
What more refreshing for the
bedroom than a crisp new spring
dress for the vanity? Perhaps one
of sprigged chintz, if floor cover
ing and draperies be plain. Or, if
the contrary, a dainty flouncing of
tinted organdie over a sateen slip.
Nothing is more feminine than or
gandie. One pretty model in two tones of
green was made with the founda
tion of pale leaf green organdie, the
deep hem and applique above it in
a slightly darker tone. In another
two shades of yeliow-rose were
used. The light rose formed the
long under flounces, the darker
shade wa3 scalloped and shirred on
cords and used as a six-inch ruffle
finish at the top of the table.
Menu for Bridge Luncheon
Tomato stuffed with chicken
Assorted small cakes
To 2 cups cold roast meat, chop
ped, add one-half cup bread crumbs,
1 chopped onion, one-half teaspoon
chopped parsley and same of chop
ped celery leaves. Beat 2 eggs and
mix with all Ingredients. Form In
to balls, roll In crumbs and fry in
deep hot fat
Rice and Swiss Cheese
Boil 1 cup rice and place a layer
in buttered baking dish, season with
salt and red pepper; add a layer of
grate Swiss cheese, more rice and
cheese; cover to top with milk and
bake until the milk is absorbed.
To fresh cottage cheese add 2
tlbs. chopped chives, salt, pepper.
and cream to moisten. Mold in
cups, turn out on salad plate; press
a tiny sardine into each mold; gar
nish with cress and stuffed olives
and serve very cold.
Cut slices of angelfood cake
about one-half inch thick, spread
between them a filling of whipped
cream mixed with chopped nuts,
maraschino cherries and candied
ginger. Spread top with thin layer
of plain whipped cream. Serve
with a fork as for shortcake.
Keeps Cut Flowers Fresh
At night place damp oiled paper
over cut flowers, tying sides of pa
per to top of vase. Stand in cool
place and flowers will keep much
longer. This is especially true of
County Court met in regular ses
sion at the Court House in Heppner,
Oregon, on Wednesday, the 3rd day
of April, 1929, with all officers pres
ent, when the following proceedings
Court ordered transfers from the
Bond Fund to the Keck Canyon
Fund of $10,000, and $10,000 to the
Upper Willow Creek Fund. $335.65
was ordered transferred from the
Keck Fund to the General Road
Fund more moneys advanced from
the General Road Fund.
Court leased to Krebs Bros, for
term of one year a section of land
in Tp. 3 N. R. 24 E.
Court went on record as favoring
a 9-foot gravel surface for the Up
per Willow Creek road.
The following bills were approved
and ordered paid;
T. J. Humphreys, various $ 1.55
City of lone, 10 . 391.75
W. T. Doherty, 4 32.94
R. Medlock, 15 .. 10.00
West Coast Prtg., various 201.15
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L. L. Slocum, general
J. S. Baldwin, general
C. H. Latourell, general
State Highway Com., general
Board of Health, general
Pac. Power Co., various
W. L. McCaleb, general
Shell Oil Co., roads
I. A. Dempsey, Eight Mile
Bristow & Johnson, McNabb
First National Bank, roads
F. & S. National Bank, roads
j. P. O'Meara, McNabb
W. T. Campbell, Willow creek
H. Northness, McNabb
Jack Dosser, McNabb
D. Crowell, McNabb
Heppner Elev. Co., McNabb
C. R. Peterson. McNabb
P. G. Balsiger, McNabb
Frank Shively, various
Brown Warehouse, general
Cohn Auto Co., general
Vaughn & Goodman, general
Ed Breslin, various
Standard Oil, market
A. R. Reid, market
A. Leit2 Co., market
G. A. Bleakman, County CL
Pac. Tel. & Tel. Co., cur. ex.
Burroughs Add. Mach., Sher.
C. J. D. Bauman, Sheriff
Oregon Motor Co., Sheriff
Shaw and Borden, sheriff
Pacific Sty. Co., Sheriff
T. R. Hudson, Assessor
J. J. Wells, Assessor
West Disinfecting Co., Court
Harry Johnson, Court House
City of Heppner, Court House 18.50
Gilliam & Bisbee, general 162.11
A. D. McMurdo, Circuit Court 4.40
O. Furlong, Circuit Court 2.20
J. Barratt, Circuit Court 42.80
E. R. Huston, Justice Court. 34.40
Lucy Rodgers, various 40.80
Phelps Grocery Co., Jail 3.55
C. B. Oral, Sealer 10.68
S. E. Notson, Dist Atty 23.22
E. C. Miller, Collector 125.27
M. L. Case, Coroner 5.00
A. H. Johnston, Coroner 5.00
J. M. Spencer, watermaster 16.76
Ed Nunn, watermaster 52.55
L, P. Davidson, County Court 38.00
Granges, clubs or other organiza
tions In Oregon interested in com
munity singing may obtain reason
able quantiteis of a new folder,
"Community Melodies,'.' by address
ing the state college. This folder
contains words of 11 songs selected
by Dr. D. V. Poling as being the
most tuneful and generally suitable
for community singing.
The most Important noxious
weeds of Oregon have been listed
and fully described in a new illus
trated bulletin issued by the exten
sion service of the state college.
The bulletin is written by Dr. Helen
M. Gilkey, associate professor of
botany, and contains notes on con
trol by G. R. Hyslop, chief in farm
crops. The bulletin may be ob
Emmet Smith was in town Tues
day from his Rhea creek home, en
joying a visit with Heppner friends,
It is Astonishing
i-what an improvement can be made in a plainl
house by the magic of saw and hammer, boards
and paint. The old house is transformed. A
new porch some better windows a dormer or,
two and you would scarcely know the old house;
The shifting of a partition a new oak floor
built in kitchen cabinets or a window seat wilT
often render the interior home more inviting
and comfortable. A few hundred dollars spent
for material in improving an old house frequent
ly adds a thousand to its selling price. Come in
and let us tell you how reasonable remodeling
costs are just at this time.
Remodeling Books With "Before
and After" Pictures At Vour Service.
TUM-A-LUM LUMBER CO.
The generation and distribution of elec
tricity is a process of amazing ramifications
and requires costly equipment plus a large
staff of trained men and women. A light and .
power company must be prepared at all
times to deliver any amount of electrical en
ergy. Our power plants and the network of
wires carrying electricity to customers were
constructed with an eye to the future. Ad
ditions to equipment are constantly being
We have a definite and increasing obli
gation to our customers. Not only do we
provide service, but we are prepared to as
sist in employing that service for increased
comfort in every room in your home and for
increased efficiency in your factory factory
We are prepared to meet all needs for
Pacific Power & Light Co.
John Day Valley Freight Line
Operating between Heppner and Portland and
John Day Highway Points.
Prompt delivery, rates reasonable
plus personal and courteous service.
$10,000 cargo insurance.
CITY GARAGE, Local Agent, Phone 172
for the best in Meats.
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
Fish on Fridays. Oysters, Gams,
HENRY SCHWARZ & SON
New and Better Store
OFFERS YOU THE LATEST AND
BEST IN FRESH FRUITS
A complete stock of staple and fancy
THE HOME OF GOOD EATS
Phone Main 53 We Del iver
Suddenly, out of a spring sky...
All was well on the telephone front on April ij, ioa8.
Suddenly, out of a spring sky, rain began to fall, and
at night came on this turned into a furious storm of
sleet, anow and wind. In 48 hours, 3700 telephone
poles and 7000 miles of wire were down; 39 exchanges
were Isolated; 11,000 telephones were silent.
Repair crews were instantly sent to the scene. In
record time 1000 men from five states were on the job.
Within 72 hours the isolated exchanges and tele
phones were back in service.
In any crisis there are no state lines in the Bell 1
System. In all emergencies of flood or storm, as well
as in the daily tasks of extending and maintaining
the nation-wide network, is seen the wisdom of One
Policy, One System, Universal Service.
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