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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (June 6, 1929)
HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1929.
(Continued from First Pare)
W. H. A. Smith, who has been
making his home with his son. Cole
Smith of this place, went to Ta
coma at the time of his daughter's
operation. He remained near her
for four weeks and is now at the
home of his son, R. M. Smith in
Bill Ahalt has charge of Krebs
brothers' sheep which were shipped
the first of last week to Montana,
Cole Smith has a badly lacerated
hand. He tried to lead his cow and
drive his car at the same time. The
cow stopped and the car didn't, with
the result that the chain made an
ugly wound between the thumb and
first finger of his left hand.
Mr. and Mrs. Hatcher and Lonnie
" Ritchie drove to Heppner Sunday.
While there they were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. John Kirk.
The Earl Blake family and the
Noel Dobvns family "gypsied" to
Ditch creek Sunday. They spent a
happy day in the open and had the
good luck to catch a few fish.
E. J. Hufford and wife, of Hills
boro, were guests the first of the
week in the Bert Mason home. They
are making a trip by auto to Ohio.
Mrs. Victor Peterson and her mo
ther, Mrs. Paul Rietmann, went to
Portland Tuesday. They will be
gone but a few days.
There was a baseball game on the
lone field Sunday forenoon between
Morgan and Dry Fork. The score
was 14-S in favor of Dry Fork.
Mrs. Fred Mankin went to Port
land the first of the week to bring
home her little daughter, Betty
Jean, who has been in the city for
a visit Mrs. Mankin's sister, Mrs
Holme's Gabbert and her daughter,
Patricia Anne, returned with her
and will visit here for some time
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took advantage of our
Bummar School. They
realised that training waa
necessary- They discov
ered that Northwestern
Training enabled them to
make faster progress
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Mr. Chas. F. Walker
Dwight Misner says that in all
the wheat fields he has seen there
are more weeds this year than us
ual, and he believes we -will have
light yield. However, he also
gives as his opinion that right now
the wheat is at its most ragged
stage and he is optimistic enough to
believe that when harvest starts in
July there will be a better yield
than many ol the farmers now anticipate.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Saling, of Ar
lington, passed through town Fri
day, on their way to Heppner.
J. W. Howk and family, Lee How
ell and family, Ernest Heliker and
family and Ted Troge and family
made up a party who held a picnic
at the Grant OUlen ranch on Rhea
creek last Sunday. They report a
very enjoyable time.
Ed Lindeken and his sister-in-law,
Mrs. R. O. Stone, motored to Wood
burn the middle of the week. They
returned Sunday evening accom
panied by Mrs. Lindeken and
daughters, who had been in Wood
burn for a visit dt several weeks.
Arthur Petteys, aged 21 years,
died Sunday, June 2, 1929, at Walla
Walla, Wash. Funeral services
were held at Walla Walla Tuesday
at 1 p. m. Arthur is the son of
Albert Petteys, of lone, and of Mrs.
Mary Pieffer, of Walla Walla. Be
sides his mother and father, he
leaves to mourn his loss, a brother,
Gilbert, and many other relatives
and a host of friends. Many rela
tives from here drove to Walla Wal
la to attend the funeral services.
Mr. McKinley Stevens and Miss
Deborah Anne Hanstad were mar
ried at high noon, Friday, May 31,
1929, at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Schleevoight, Rev. W. W.
Head officiating. Immediately fol
lowing the wedding service, dinner
was served. The guests present
were Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hartfleld
and sons Elwood and Harold, Mr.
and Mrs. P. C. Peterson and grand
daughter. Mrs. Gibson and son
Ralph, Arthur Cogswell, and Ma
tilda Johnston. The bride and
groom havs been in the employ of
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hartlleld, of
Olex. and will continue their work
WASCO DEFEATS IONE.
Thp Tnne-Wnsco baseball came
Decoration day was very exciting.
The results lone 4, Wasco 5.
Wilson started the ffame with a
walk and was sacrificed to second
by Osborn. Tuck and J. Soden
were thrown out at first by Akers
and F. Lundell. Ritchie was hit
hv nitrhpr Hnd went out nitcher to
second on R. Lundell's grounder.
Rietmann grounded to pucner.
Ford walked and F. Lundell flied to
2nd Weedman fanned. Bates
popped to Ford. Brock grounded to
Rietmann. Swanson fanned. Rankin
grounded to short. Engleman fan
3rd Guy fanned. L. Soden flied to
Ritchie and Wilson grounded to
Ford. Akers fanned. Rietmann
singled scoring Lundell. Ford Walk
on and nulled the double steal with
Rietmann. F. Lundell made first on
an error and Swanson hit for two
bases scoring Rietmann, Ford and
F. Lundell. Rankin popped out to
4th Osborn fanned. Tucker sing
le stnio second. J. Soden fanned.
Weedman singled scoring Tucker..
Bates fanned. Engleman niea out
to first. Akers flied to third and
5th Brock and Guy were thrown
out by Reitmann and Soden by
Ford." R. Lundell fanned. Rietmann
beat out an Infield hit. Ford pop
ped an infield fly which fell safe
and Ford was allowed to hold first
and Rietmann ruled out F. Lun
dell grounded to third.
6th Wilson fanned. Osborn tiled
out to center. Tucker hit to short
left field and reached second while
the boys were playing catch back
of second base. J. Soden and Weed-
man singled scoring Tucker and
Bates was thrown out by F. Lundell.
Swanson popped to .the pitcher.
Rankin and Engleman fanned.
7th Brock fanned. Guy walked.
L. Soden hit for two bases scoring
Guy. Wilson grounded to short and
Osborn grounded to Ford.
8th Tucker hit a three bagger.
J. Soden popped to F. Lundell.
Weedman hit a slow grounder to
Ford who held Tucker at third and
then threw to first The throw was
high and Swanson leaped for It and
seemed to have come down ahead
of the runner but the umps called
him safe. Bates singled scoring
Tucker. Brock fanned and Guy
was thrown out by Rietmann.
9th--Larry Ritchie was sent In
to replace Ford and did the. Job
like a veteran. L. Soden sent a
high fly to Engleman, and Wilson
and Osborn were left swinging their
bats over the plate.
Now came Ione's chance to do or
die and they died, but certainly had
the Wasco gang worried and the
home fans were keyed up beyond
expression. Davidson replacing
Rankin grounded to the pitcher.
Engleman was socked In the ribs
and Akers hit for a single. Ritchie
forced him at second and R. Lun
dell was hit on the arm by one of
Soden's wild pitches which filled
the bags. Rietmann came up and
the crowd went wild calling for a
hit but the best he delivered was a
pop fly just back of first base and
the shouting was over with three
runners standing' on the bags and
Wasco leading by a single score.
Batteries: for lone, Ford, Ritchie
and Akers; for Wasco, Soden and
Soden. Struck out by Ford 8, by
Ritchie 2, by Soden 11. Walked
by Ford 2, by Soden 2. Hit by pit
cher Ritchie, R. Lundell and Engle
man. Three base hits R. Lundell
and Tucker. Two base hit Swan
son. Umpires Drake and Meyers.
Wasco 5 runs, 8 hits, 1 error. lone
4 runs, 6 hits and 1 error.
FOR CHAUTAUQUA New Voile
Dresses and Large Hats at the Cur
ran Hat Shop.
If party seen taking my trap
will return same, there will be no
questions asked. Arnold Pieper,
Lexington, Ore. 11-12.
Gooseberries 45c gal. ; wild black
berries $3.25 crate; logans, $1.80;
dewberries. $2, prepaid. W. R.
Woodworth, Estacada, Ore. Ginseng
and Berry Farm.
For Sale Refrigerator In good
condition. Phone Mrs. Gay M. An
For Sale 1927 Chevrolet coach,
in excellent condition; reasonable.
Eph Eskelson, Heppner. 11-14.
For Sale Singer sewing machine,
model 66, For quick sale, $35. Phone
843, city. 9tf.
Fine Spring Chickens tor Satur
day. Central Market
School of Commerce
Kindly send me Information
about your Summer School ;
ealso your free book, "Move
Your Future Forward".
Are You Selling
KERR GIFF0RD & CO., Inc.
Commission Merchants-Grain Exporters
H. M. BULL
as district representative for the Heppner
Branch, with offices at Lexington, next
to telephone office. Telephone 92.
Don t Fail to Get Our Quotations
We Sell Bags and Twine
M. D. Clark : Hiatt & Dix
NO WONDER WE CAN SELL QUALITY FOR LESS!
As members of the great international Red & White Chain of in
dependent grocers, we buy at carload prices and the savings on
these quantity purchases are passed along to you.
Phone Service Free Dlivery Charge Account Privileges
Independently Owned by a Neighbor of Yours
Saturday and Monday (June 8 and 10) Red & White Super-Specials
mmmmm WE HESEBVE THE BIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
Kellogg's Corn Flakes OQ
3 Packages for flOt
Servus Jell Dessert
Servus Coffee, a Gen-
uine Treat, 1-lb. tin i
Council Picnic Spread
R. & W. Ripe Oilves i
Pint Tins M.VK
Servus S a n d w i c h fl-f f
Pickles, 14-oz. jar.. Alt
Certo, "Makes Jelly KJf
Jell," 2 Bottles tflt
Red & White Brooms QOa
A dandy sweeper .. vOv
Servus Shaker Salt,
Servus Macaroni, Noodles or
3 Packages HVs
Servus Golden Sweet QQ
Corn, 2 cans (2s)..
National Assortment Qj a
Cakes, 10-oz. carton t) JL
Valencia Oranges, ff ff
med. size, 2 doz. .... WfJX
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Delco Home Lighting
Products of General Motors, and have
models on the floor for your inspection.
Sold on terms to fit your purse.
What Does a $6000-a-Month
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The distribution of this amount every month
by us among Morrow county farmers means
that much additional buying power.
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50 Cents a Quart
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