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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1929
Hazel and Lucile Tyler each have
a September birthday, the former
Sept 27 and the latter Sept 17, so
on Saturday they had a party to
gether, each girl having 12 of her
friends. It was a beautiful day and
many games were played on the
outside and a number of indoor
games enjoyed as well. At the close
of the afternoon Mrs. Tyler served
a dainty lunch. The table was very
pretty with the two candle-lighted
cakes, one with blue tapers and
holdrs and the other with pink and
dainty pink candy-filled baskets at
each place. Mrs. Claude Myers,
Mrs. A. T. Hereim and Miss Kath
arine Brown assisted.
J. R. Johnson and daughter Ra
chel motored to Wasco Thursday.
Sunday was Rally Day at the
church. A short program was given
at the Sunday school hour.
Mr. Lamley was a guest at the
Nils Kristensen home for several
days last week. Mr. Lamley is an
old Columbia river captain and has
made his home at Astroia for years.
He was the former owner of the
Kristensen ranch. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brown of Spray
have rented the Earl Cramer ranch
and have moved there. On Tues
day, just a day or so after their
arrival, Mr. Brown received word
of the death of his father at Con
don so went up there. Mr. Humph
rey did chores for him during his
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gorham en
tertained at four tables of 500 on
Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Brown held the highest score
and were suitably rewarded as were
Mr. and Mrs. Blayden for low. Af
ter the game the guests partook of
an elaborate luncheon. Present
were Messrs and Mesdames R.
Rands, D. Ransier, C. G. Blayden,
L. G. Smith, Nick Faler, Ray
Brown, Claude Coats and the host
O. H. Warner has been ill the
Boardman was well represented
at the Rodeo at Heppner. Earl
Cramer, Mrs. Frank Cramer, Nor
ma Gibbons and Basil Cramer form
ed one group. Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Barlow and Mrs. Elva Perry form
ed another. Mrs. Perry remained
in Heppner for a visit
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Hereim were
guests of the Marschats Saturday
night going to Pendleton for din
ner and attending a movie later.
Mrs. L. C. Cooney and baby son
returned to their home Saturday
from Hadleys where Mrs. Hadley
cared for them. Both are feeling
Meffords motored to Wapato for
a week-end visit with relatives and
Glen Hadley and Lowell Spagle
have gone deer hunting. They will
meet Bert King of Salem and a
friend of his at Spray and all will
return the last of the week.
Z. J. Gillespie came nearly going
George Earnshaw of the A's a Great. Hurler
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constructing the foundation for the
new coal chutes which are finally
to be erected. The old chutes burn
ed three or four years ago. The
new ones will be much more up-to-date.
Alec Wilson and J. J. Kelly were
here the first of the week from
Heppner On Tuesday Mr. Kelly
shipped out two carloads of lambs
purchased on the project, to Chi
cago. Tom Seahorn of North Car
olina, who has been at the Sanders
home for several months, accom
panied the shipment and will go
from there to his home. His broth
er, Ray Seahorn, came recently
from Carolina to stay at the San
ders'. Royal Rands and family motored
to Echo Sunday taking Mrs. Rands'
mother, Mrs. Mary E. Hiatt to visit
her son there.
Dr. Donnelly Is having a concrete
silo erected at his ranch west of
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ingelo stopped
at the Rands home for a week's
visit on their way to Salt Lake
from the coast
Peter Farley has succeeded in
killing five of the coyotes which
have been raiding the lambs and
turkeys in that section.
A. G. Thompson and Dr. L. L.
Murphy of Hood River were hunt
ing guests at the Rands home on
the opening day.
Harold McWade and wife of Was
co were hunting here Tuesday.
The usual terrific bombardment
was heard Monday and Tuesday, the
first days of hunting season, and
brave was the rancher who ventur
ed forth from his house fearing a
stray shot from the mighty nimrod
of the city, a shot that might per
chance graze his sun-tanned cheek
or caress his gentle brow for nine
out of ten city hunters know about
as much as to the proper way of
handling a gun as does the average
six-year-old, and shoots indiscrimin
ately. A movement in the alfalfa
brings a shot which may end the
life of a turkey or chicken Instead
of a pheasant
(Too late for last week.)
Joseph Kraltz, son Arnold and
daughter Arline and sister-in-law,
Miss Ethel Pollock, of Portland,
were house guests at the T. E.
Broyles home for the week-end, and
Miss Edna Broyles who is employ
ed in the office of the Lane county
agriculturist at Eugene, who came
with them and all attended the
Round-Up on Saturday. Miss Edna
remained for a visit On Monday
I Ethel Rroyles left for the Eastern
Ht' likely to be very prominent in the World Scries George Earn
shaw of the Athletics who clinched the pennant for Connie Mack with
his 21st victory. He is the first pitcher in the Major Leagues to "win
twenty games this season.
to the "great beyond" as anyone
would ever wish to. While he and
Ed Barlow were putting a ring in
the nose of the large Holstein bull
at the ranch the animal charged.
Mr. Gillespie was against the fence
with horses rearing on either side
of him, but for bruised legs and
feet was not hurt badly. No bones
were broken. It was indeed a nar
row escape and friends are all
thankful it was no worse. The bull
was dehorned after the scare.
Robert Berger is now employed
at Gateway, Ore., as operator.
Ray Barlow, another local boy, is
working as relief operator at Cas
Nate Macomber and E. T. Mes
senger made a short but successful
trip to the mountains over the
week end, leaving Saturday night
and returning Monday, each bring
ing a fine deer.
Miss Mae Hango has gone back
to Kelso. She carried mail for her
brother while he had his vacation.
Misses Pearl and Esther Nicker
son are home from The Dalles
SATURDAY AND MONDAY
October 14 and 16
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where the former was in the hos
pital. She has had difficulty with
nosebleeds as her blood fails to co
agulate. The Lewis Players gave a show
here Monday evening to a good
house. They were sponsored by the
local P. T. A. on a percentage basis.
They gave a good, clean show, with
some numbers of exceptional merit.
The clown and acrobat were num
bers that appealed especially to the
crowd as did the lad with his eccen
tric dancing. The ventriloquist was
good. The show closed with the
Chinese number a girl climbing in
a box with twelve swords placed
through openings in it apparently
piercing the lady, but for an extra
sum one was permitted to go on
the stage to see how the trick was
A crew is working at Messner
or leave orders at
Phelps Grocery Co.
Home Phone 1102
See the New
Famous Thor Waaher,
$1 down, 15.65
Attachable Ironer, II
down, $3.25 month
ly, $49.75 cash. ,
Table Ironer, $1 dowa,
Washer and Attachable)
Ironer, $1 down,
Washer and Table Iron
er, $1 down, $10.10
The colors are prettier and the styles
more becoming than ever.
We have them for both the
young man and the more
conservative man. Priced
the same anywhere.
Many with extra pants
UA MANS STORE FOR MEN"
Last Day, Tuesday. October 1 5
for exceptional prices and terms on
Tuesday closes this sale, one of the most
successful the Pacific Power & Light
Company has ever attempted. Hundreds
are now doing their washing in quarter
the time, and with electrical energy,
thanks to these marvelous low prices
and exceptional terms. If you haven't
chosen your Thor, come in today! Re
member, the sale closes Tuesday, Octo
It takes but a minute to transform the Thor
washer into a Thor ironer. Simply lift off
the wringer, fit on the attachable ironer. Now,
you can have a washer and ironer for no
more than the price of a quality washer!
Oregon Normal school at La Grande
where she will complete her course.
Irrigon and Boardman ladies are
asked to exhibit their fancy work
and cooked foods at the Hermiston
Project fair, Oct 4 and 5. There
at e a number of premium lists here.
Miss Adaline Wilbanks is Improv
ing slowly at St. Vincent's hospital
in Portland. Her jaw which was
fractured had not yet been set be
cause of the swelling.
A disastrous lire occurred last
week at the island where the pump
Ing plant was burned entailing a
Pacific Power & Mfjfiit Company
"Always at your service"
loss of $2,000. Cause of the fire is
unknown. The blacksmith shop and
roof of one of the dwelling houses
was burned. The Are ruined the
expensive Diesel engine which
pumped water for the 400 acres of
alfalfa from the Columbia river.
Just what will be done is yet unde
termined. The Blalock island pro
ject is owned by the Riverside
Farming company and was an ex
White Leghorn cockerels for sale.
Phone 1243, Heppner. 29-30
on three of Morrow
County's best farms
for 30 days only.
F. W. Turner & Co.
The Prosperity Factory
A New Way to Think of Our Service
This bank is more than a depository for money it is
a place where surplus cash may be kept.in safety. In
reality it is a prosperity factory.
Our Officers and Directors are doing everything pos
sible to help each individual depositor become more
prosperous. We pay liberal compound interest in our
Savings Department, help you with investments, protect
your money, and provide you with every modern banking
We invite you to use our Savings Department as your
prosperity factory helping you makemore money.
$1.00 opens your account.
Farmers & Stockgrowers National
Heppner B2Ulk Oregon
Western fat stock is making
an enviable reputation
That middle western states are not the premier fat
stock producing centers of the nation is shown by the
fact that animals from Pacific Coast states are win
ning awards in the foremost shows of hte country.
Climatic conditions here are particularly favorable to
successful and economical production.
Then, too, in the devleopment of this industry,
breeders are encouraged and inspired to greater ef
fort by our own Pacific International Livestock Expo
sition, the 19th Annual of which will be held at Port
land, Oregon, Oct. 26-Nov. 2... Featured this year will
be exhibits of pure bred Beef and Dairy Cattle, Sheep,
Horses, Hogs, Goats, Foxes, Poultry, and Rabbits.
Also Dairy, Manufacturers' and Land Products
Shows; Industrial Exposition; and world-renowned
Horse Show... Premiums offered total $100,000.
We, here at the First National Bank, know of no
equal opportunity of seeing the nation's finest and best
in livestock of every kind and of learning the profit
able results which have been obtained through raising
breed standards. For this reason we urge every far
mer to attend the Pacific International.
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