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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THUR SDAY,MAY 16, 1929.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Mothers Organize at
University of Oregon
Dr. A. D. McMurdo arrived home
from Portland the first of the week,
and has since been confined at the
hospital, suffering from a very ser
ious throat hemorrhage. His con
dition was critical on Tuesday, as
he suffered a heavy loss of blood,
but reports reaching this office this
morning are to the effect that he is
now rapidly recovering. Dr. Mc
Murdo underwent a sinus and ton
sil operation while in Portland and
the throat hemorrhage was a re
sult of the tonsil removal.
Mr. 'and Mrs. W. B. Barratt drove
in from their Portland home Wed
nesday evening and will visit for a
week at the home of their son, Gar
net Barratt and family on Hinton
creek. They will then go to Rosalia,
Wash., and have a visit of a week
or so with their daughter and fam
ily residing there. Mr. Barratt was
well pleased to see such fine weath
er here and to note the progress of
vegetation, which is rather remark
able after so backward a spring.
Report from Portland states that
the seven months old baby son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cohn, who
has been failing in health for sev
eral months past, was operated on
Wednesday at the office of Dr. Roc
key. The operation revealed the
kidneys enclosed by a cyst, and the
child is not expected to recover.
Mr. and Mrs. Cohn took the baby
to Portland on Monday for consult
ation of specialists.
Mrs. Frank S. Parker returned
home from Eugene on Tuesday
morning. She attended the Mothers'
Day festivities held there on Satur
day, and reports a very enjoyable
trip all around. The program pre
pared for the visiting mothers at
the university was especially good
and the visit among the students
was a rare treat
There will be a meeting of the
ladies of the Christian church Mon
day evenine at 8 o'clock. Mrs.
Keithly, Mrs. Bailey, Mrs. Shomak-
er and Mrs. Day will be here at that
time and a large attendance is de
Miles Mulligan, who has been re
siding at Hardman during the win
ter, is again employed near Hepp
ner and has changed his address to
Irish Girl World Traveler at
University of Oregon, Eugene,
May 14. (Special) "Oregon Moth
ers" gained a place on a par with
"Oregon Dads" when they formed
their own statewide organization,
similar in purpose to that of the
dads, while on the campus for the
annual Mothers' Week-end and Jun
ior Week-end, May 10, 11 and 12.
Mothers of Oregon students from
Heppner all belong to the new or
ganization. Those from Heppner
who were on the campus for the
many week-end functions included
Mrs. Frank S. Parker. Mrs. R. L.
Benge was made a member of the
Mrs. Walter Cook, Portland, was
elected vice-president; Mrs. Wilson
tion at a mothers and sons and
daughters banquet, held Saturday
evening, which was attended by
1025 mothers and their children.
Mis. John Runyon, Roseburg, was
elected vice-presdient; Mrs. Wilson
Jewett, Eugene, secretary. Execu
tive committee members are Mrs.
J. F. Hill, Mrs. C. D. Bodine, Mrs.
Herman Schade, Mrs. Wallace
Shearer, Mrs. Treve Jones, Mrs.
Frank Heitkemper, Mrs. W. B.
Crane, Mrs. George Peters and Mrs.
Phil Metschan, ail of Portland; Mrs.
W. J. Seufert, The Dalles; Mrs.
Emil E. Judd, Roseburg; Mrs.
Charles Hall, Marshfield; Mrs. Col
on Eberhard, La Grande, and Mrs.
Ray Logan, Seaside.
The mothers showed even greater
enthusiasm than the dads, who or
ganized here a year and a half ago.
The banquet was the largest held
in the state outside Portland and
taxed the facilities of the Gerllnger
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they are to cure. And If they are
allowed to persist the skin may be
come coarsened almost beyond rem
edy. I am very glad to tell you how
these evils may be avoided. After
cleansing with a good cleansing
cream and toning with a good skin
toning lotion or mild astringent ton
ic, spread over the face a thin
protective film of foundation cream.
Some women prefer a liquid balm,
and for certain types of skin the
balm protective makes an excel
lent foundation base.
There are, however, scientifically
prepared creams which actually
neutralize the sun's rays and safe
guard the skin against the effects
of wind or sun. For the most com
plete outdoor protection these sun
and wind-proof aids should be used
All the time the skin needs a
protective foundation before mak
up is applied, and the several
D. OF H. JUVENILES.
The Degree of Honor Juveniles
celebrated their first anniversary
by entertaining their mothers and
friends at an open meeting and
Mothers' Day program on Saturday
afternoon at the Parish house. The
team that went to The Dalles for
the state convention put on their
lodge work, followed by a short
program. Six small boys and girls
gave an interesting drill and sang
"Helping Mother." Billy Schwarz
sang "Sweet Mother of Mine." Sev
eral short recitations on mother
were given, then the older Juveniles
served the guests with ice cream
and cake. Kate J. Young lodge, De
gree of Honor, is very proud of the
club of Juveniles, which numbered
one hundred on their first anniver
sary, and is the largest club in the
ADA LUCILE HANSON.
A telephone message Thursday
morning, May 2, to Walter Matteson
from Monument, announced the
death at Long Creek of Mrs. Ada
Lucile Hanson. Mrs. Hanson -was
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Gabler of Monument, and was born
near this city, living for a number
of years while a child at the home
of her grandmother, Mrs. R. P. Mat
teson. She resided with her hus
band, Hermit Hanson, on a ranch
near Long Creek, and was taken ill
with influenza and pneumonia the
latter part of April, being removed
to Long Creek for medical treat
ment. A son was born to her on
May 1st, and on May 2nd she pass
ed away. Funeral services were
conducted from the church at Long
Creek on the 3rd and Mrs. Hanson
was laid to rest in the cemetery
there. Many of her schoolmates
and friends from Monument were
in attendance. She is survived by
her husband and infant son, her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Gabler,
two sisters, Norma and June Gabler
of Monument; three uncles, E. A
Newt and Walter Matteson of Hepp
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Mrs. Harold R. Peat, who Is trav
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and will appear on the second eve
ning program, has had a wide expe
rience as a speaker, writer and
traveler. In a recent interview she
mentioned that South America was
the only continent which she had
not yet visited. She has been In
every State of our Union, every
Province of Canada, and both
American and British Alaska. Mrs.
Peat says that frequently she is
amused at the contrast of her life
of travel since she was born in
the North of Ireland and her an
cestral home was seven miles from
the nearest railroad station. Mrs.
Peat speaks upon The International
Future of Our Children she has a
nenetrative insight into the affairs
of today, her knowledge of world
politics Is wide, and her elucidation
is simple. She advocates World
Peace, but Is not a pacifist Mrs.
Peat herself says "How could an
Irishwoman be a pacifist in the ac
cepted sense of that word!"
As a writer Mrs. Peat was on the
staff of the London Daily Chron
icle, England she wrote for the
Daily Mail, Tatler, was Assistant
Editor of Modern Society, and
Work Editor of Everywoman's, also
In England, whilst In this country
she writes for leading papers and
magazines. Bobbs Merrill of In
dianapolis published her last book
,"Mrs. Private Peat," which Is one
ef the few books published on this
side to be placed on the honored
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The Dalles and Pendleton
In Internal Medicine for
DOES NOT OPERATE
In The Dalles on Monday and
Tuesday, May 20 and ,21 at The
And In Pendleton on Wednesday,
May 22, at the Dorion hotel.
Office hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. ni.
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creams created for this purpose
some of them cleverly tinted In
natural skin tones are delightful
in their effects. They protect the
skin against drying, wrinkling and
chapping and at the same time pro
vide it with a lovely soft humidity
to which face powder and rouge
After experiment you should be
able to find the liquid or cream
foundation which is best suited in
texture and coloring to your indiv
idual type of skin. And a few
words of caution I must give you.
Unless the skin Is extremely oily,
do not use an ordinary vanishing
cream as a protective foundation,
for these creams are drying and
fall to accomplish the purpose of a
The delicate skin around the eyes
should be protected against the
weather by a little nourishing
cream gently patted In. Have the
lids shinv with cream, If you wish,
as this is a fashionable effect at
present, but powder lightly over
the cream beneath the eyes and
around the outer corners. This
light layer of cream under the pow
der will nourish and lubricate the
skin, and prevent the little laughter
lines from developing into wrinkles.
Over the lips you should smooth
a little nourishing cream as well.
This is to keep them soft and
smooth and prevent lines and chapping-
After all's said and
done, the pleasure
you get in smoking
is what counts
By HELENA RUBINSTEIN.
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And smooth as monumental alabas
Protect your skin against the ele
ments before you go out of doors,
if you would preserve the fineness
of Vour comnlexion! Protect it
against wind and rain and espec
ially against the harsh drying, tan
ning, burning and freckling effects
of the spring and summer sun.
A dry, chapped condition of the
skin, fine squint line and burns are
so much easier to prevent than
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Many in this community will
avail themselves of the opportunity
to visit Dr. Mellenthin on this spe
cial visit to The Dalles and Pen-:
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tention to the SCIENCE OF IN
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to eliminate surgery in his treat
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He has to his credit many won
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diseases of liver and bowels, as in
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pared for each individual case in
his private laboratory, also special
attention given to diet as to proper
balance and selection of foods.
For this service a nominal charge
Dr. Mellenthin is a regular grad
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is licensed by the State of Oregon.
Married women must be accom
panied by their husbands.
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SOUTH OF HEPPNER, BEGINNING AT 1:30 P. M.
SATURDAY, MAY, 18th
AT WHICH TIME THE FOLLOWING STOCK WILL BE SOLD
2 Black Geldings, 4 yr., 1300 lbs.
1 Black Horse, 6 yrs., 1600 lbs.
1 Roan Gelding, 7 yrs., 1 300 lbs.
1 Sorrel Mare, 1 0 yrs., 1 300 lbs.
1 Black Mare, 9 yrs., 1400 lbs.
1 Spotted Mare, 12 yrs., 1050 lbs.
1 Black Mare, 6 yrs., 1200 lbs.
1 Brown Mare, 8 yrs., 1350 lbs.
1 Brown Mare, 5 yrs., 1300 lbs.
1 Roan Filly, 3 yrs., 900 lbs.
TERMS OF SALE AH sums $20.00 and under, cash; over $20,
approved notes, due October 1st, 1929, will be accepted.
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1 Spotted Colt, 2 years old.
2 Brown Mares, 4 yrs., 1200 lbs.
1 Sorrel Mare Colt, 4, 1100 lbs.
1 Bay Horse, 9 yrs., 1100 lbs.
3 Jersey Cows, giving milk.
1 Jersey Bull Yearling.
1 Suckling Calf.
1 Black Jersey Heifer, 1 8 months.
1 Red Heifer, 1 8 months old.
1 1927 Ford Truck, Overdrive