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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1929
A. M. Edwards, well driller who
haa been living for some time at
Her mis ton. has moved Vila fnmllv
back to Lexington. He Is busy at
me present time putting down a
wen on tne Arnold Plcper place.
At a depth of about 250 feet a hit
was broken which caused a day's
delay the first of the week. Just
as soon as tne Fieper well is com
Dleted. Mr. Edwards will
the forks of Willow creek to begin
work on the well for the city of
Heppner. He antlclpatse that this
will not be verv lone, as the Plener
well should be completed in a few
The marriage of Mary Elizabeth
Morgan to Albert Roger Connor
was consummated at the home of
Milton W. Bower, pastor of the
Christian church, on Monday, Sept
30, Mr. Bower officiating. Witnesses
to the marriage wi;re Frank F. Con
nor and Mrs. Ralph Marlatt. The
bride Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Levi Morgan of this city, and the
groom is the youngest son of Mrs.
Frank Rasmus. The young people
expect to make their home at Fos
sil, where Mr. Connor has been at
work for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crowell and
Elmer and Eldon Cool departed on
Tuesday for Mentho, Wash., near
the British Columbia line, the ob
ject of their Journey being to get
Mrs. J. C. Jackson and daughter
Delorous and their household goods.
Mrs. Jackson and daughter are
moving to Heppner and Delorous
will enter school here.
Mrs. J. T. Kirk of Vernonia is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. F. B.
Ritchie at lone. Mrs. Kirk is a
former Heppner resident. On her
return home she Is being accompan
ied by her grandson, Arthur Ritchie
who expects to spend the winter at
Vernonia and later enter the Ran
kin Flying school in Portland.
C. Melville, Alpine farmer, at
tended to business matters in this
city on Tuesday. He fears that there
will be an excessive amount of mud
down his way if It should ever rain
there being plenty of dust at the
present. Mr. Melville feels that rain
over that country is the best thing
that could happen right soon.
Marshall Phelps visited during
the Rodeo season at the home of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
Phelps. He departed on Sunday for
his home at Bend, where he has
a position with one of the big lum
ber companies operating there.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Olson, with
friends from The Dalles, passed
through Heppner on Friday on the
way to the Ukiah country to spend
a few days deer hunting.
Harold Dobyns, assistant preda
tory animal inspector of Portland,
and Mrs. Dobyns, were among out
of town folks who enjoyed the Ro
deo. A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Ollie Ferguson on Friday,
Sept 27, at Morrow General hospital.
A number of Heppner people mo
tored to Pendleton Tuesday evening
to attend the Sir Harry Lauder en
tertainment at the high school
building. Among those going over
were Mrs. C. W. McNamer, Mrs,
Lucy Rodgers, Mrs. Robt. Thomp
son, Miss Reita Neal, Mr. and Mrs.
P. M. Gemmell, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Lininger, Mr. and Mrs. Vawter
Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer
Crawford. The entertainment was
well worth the trip to Pendleton, is
the testimony of all those attending
Junior Seghers, young nephew of
Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Johnston, who
has been convalescing from serious
heart trouble at the Johnston home
in this city, has returned to his
home at Portland. Mrs. Johnston
reports Junior to be very much im
proved and it is probable that he
will be able to leave his wheel chair
in a short time. He will remain in
Portland until the rainy season sets
in when he will again return to the
Mrs. Hugh C. Currln and two sons
of Pilot Rock spent the week end
at Heppner. The boys came over
to take in the Rodeo and Mrs. Cur-
rin enjoyed a visit at the home of
her mother, Mrs. Jerry Brosnan
and with numerous friends in the
city. They returned home on Sun
Lexington has fixed the date of
their annual pioneers reunion for
Saturday, Oct. 26, and extends the
invitation to all. A big dinner at
noon, followed by a program in the
afternoon and entertainment at
night. A more extended announce
ment will appear later.
Mrs. Jes Deos and two children
were visitors at Heppner over the
week end, being guests at the homes
of her sisters, Mrs. Alva Jones and
Mrs. W. V. Crawford. They depart
ed on Sunday evening for their
home at Lyle, Wash.
Arthur Smith Is up from Portland
for a short time, and while here he
will try to dispose of some of his
property holdings. Anyone interest
ed in residence property or business
lots, can do well by consulting Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Smith of
Portland were week-end guests at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. A. H.
Johnston on their way home after
attending the Round-Up. Smiths
and Johnstons are old-time friends.
Stephen Thompson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert A. Thompson, de
parted on Friday for Corvallis to
take up his second year's work at
Oregon State college. He is ma
joring In agriculture.
A. L. Barker of Portland has the
place in the barber shop of Dick
Wells, made vacant by the depart
ure of Ted Edwards. Mr. Barker
has moved his family to Heppner.
Louia Rprcrnvin nf Tnn wnfl a hiia-
iness visitor at Heppner the first
of the week.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3 & 4:
HOOT GIBSON in
"CLEARING THE TRAIL"
WITH DOROTHY GULLIVER.
A super-Gibson story of a cattle rustlers' war on Sunset Range.
Every scene a thrill.
And Look Here OUR GANG in GROWING
PAINS, two reel comedy, and News Reel.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5:
Laura LaPlante and Neil Hamilton in
"THE LOVE TRAP"
Drama, Romance, and Comedy. It's a scream.
Also THE SKY RANGER, two reel aviation
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, OCTOBER 6 AND 7
Mary Philbin and Conrad Veidt in
"THE MAN WHO LAUGHS"
Victor Hugo's classic. Live again In the Court of Queen Anne
laugh and weep at the court intrigue and the powreful lvoe of a
clown for a blind maid. Love! Darma! Passion! Intrigue! Spec
Also Comedy and News Reel. 20c 40c
TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8-9:
and you will not be disappointed
COMING NEXT WEEK:
A company of capable artists who will give a
series of five plays, comedies and dramas, with
special features between acts. Change of pro
gram every evening, October 10 to 14 inclusive.
POPULAR PRICES NO PICTURES
Mr. and Mrs. Lotus Robison were
called to Condon Friday by the ser
ious Illness of Mr. Robison's moth
er, Mrs. A. Neel.
Miss Lucy Williams returned to
La Grande Saturday where she will
resume her normal work. She was
accompanied by her brother Ellis,
who will enter school there.
Harry French was a business vis
itor in Heppner Saturday.
Clifford Merrill has been doing
carpenter work for Guy Chapin
Jap Walker returned home Tues
day from Lexington where he has
been visiting his daughter, Mrs.
Carl Leathers has moved down
from his mountain home and ex
pects to spend the winter here.
Rev. and Mrs. Stanley Moore mo
tored out from Heppner Friday.
They expect to resume their work
in the Sunday school and church
here during the school year and
will appreciate the help of the en
Those attending the Round-Up
from here were Mr. and Mrs. Emil
Johnson and son Victor, Mrs. G. A.
Smile With Ferguson
Farrens and children, Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Mahrt and daughter Lea and
Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Chapel pur
chased a radio set from the Peo
ples Hardware store one day last
MRS. W. C. ISOM. Correspondent.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brace left for
Yakima Sunday where they will
pack apples for about six weeks.
A number of families from here
attended the Rodeo at Heppner Fri
day and Saturday and report a very
The band received many compli
ments on their musical performance
Friday and Saturday at Heppner.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Saline were
called to the bedside of Mr. Saling's
father Sunday. He is in a hospital
at The Dalles and has taken a sud
den change for the worse.
Florneec and Bobby Brace are
making their home with Mr. and
Mrs. O. Coryell while their parents
The new road will be started soon
and will make a much shorter route
to Heppner, being almost a direct
line south. It Is hoped it will be
finished in the near future.
Frank Leicht is building quite a
few new cabins and will have a very
nice camp ground ready for the
The 4H cooking club demonstra
tion team, Athol Beneflel and Jose
phine Frederickson, took second
place at the state fair, while Clorlna
Jones and Bessie Wilson won fourth
place in the sewing demonstration.
Batie Rand, Harvey Warner and
W. C. Isom shipped stock with Mr.
Stillings of Hermiston Saturday.
Mrs. Walpole, who has been very
poorly the past summer, is gome
Vernon Jones is away on a hunt
ing trip this week.
W. C. Isom and son Earl were
business visitors in Heppner Friday.
ESTATE VALUED AT $26,267.
From a Bellingham, Wash., paper
we have the information that ac
cording to the Inventory filed in pro
bate court the estate of the late
Leah Cook, formerly Leah Minor
of this city, who died there some
months ago, is valued at $26,267.
It includes two lots In Bellingham
Bay Land company's first addition
LET 'ER BUCK
Uncle Henpeck: "You boys
of today want too much money.
Do you know what I was get
ting when I married your
Bright Nephew: "No, and
IH bet you didn't either."
You surely know what you're
getting when you buy tires here.
They nre sturdy, resistance
proof kings of the road and
mean additional savings thru
extended mileage. Come in and
examine the heavy service tread
U. S. Royal Cord Tire
Try our oomplete suto repair lerrlo.
If w. can't fix it Junk It.
Ferguson Motor Co.
Phelps Grocery Co-
The Home of Good Eats
THE CHEVROLET SIX
fir Zcvmomiea' Trantportelin
In Design - - -In
Materials - -In
Built to the High
est Standards! - -
Most people realize that the New
Chevrolet is a Six in the price range
of the four. But not everyone knows
what a really wonderful Six it is!
The Chevrolet engineering staff spent
more than four years in the de
velopment of the Chevrolet Six.
Materials are selected from the
world's finest markets and, taken
altogether, there are nine thousand
inspections during the car's pro
duction and assembly!
The result is exactly what you'd
expect quality in design, in ma
terial and in workmanship that
assures years of dependable and
Come in today. We want you to see
and drive this car for it will give you
a new iidea as to what ,the buyer of
a low-priced car can now expect for
T7i Roadster, SS1S: The that ton, ISU; The Coach,
WS; The (Unipe, tS9$i The Sport Coup, U4S; The
Sedan. H7f: The Imperial Sedan, S6VS; Tht Sedan
Delivery, J59J; Light Delivery Chassis only), $400: ly,
Ton Truck tChassis only), tS4i; IV, Ton Truck Chat
tiswith(tb),toSO. All prices ). a. b. factory, fhnt,
Consider the delivered price well as the Mat (f o. b.)
pric-e when comparing automobile values. Our dealers1
delivered prices Include only authorised charftea for
freight aud delivery, and the charge for any additional
acceMuriea or fiiianrlna desired. (392-))
Ferguson Chevrolet Co.
E. R. Lundell, lone, Ore.
A SIX IN THE PRICE RANGE OF THE FOUR
to Fairhaven, worth $15,000. Stocks
are listed at $5000; household goods
at $4000 and two automobiles at
$2000. The widower, Geo. F. Cook,
is the executor.
For Sale Two good buck sheep.
Write Box 143, lone, Ore. 29-30
For Sale 8 head of good mules
with harness. Priced reasonable.
J. J. Miller, Lexington. 29-31
For Sale 1 good past yearling
Lincoln ram. Alex Green, Hepp
For Sale 1 thoroughbred Jersey
heifer which will bring a calf in
March. A bargain. Mrs. W. F.
For Sale We have a big 32-inch
Thor mangle we will sell for $110.
Pacific Power A Light Co. 29
Reliable man wanted for McNess
Business in Morrow county. $8 to
$12 dally profits. Furst 4 Thomas,
Dept F, 426 3rd St, Oakland, Cal.
Orders for flowers direct from the
growers at figures less than you can
buy direct. Case Furniture Com
pany, growers agent Btf.
Man wants job doing light chores,
or watchman. Inquire at this office.
MRS. W. R. POULSON
Now Organizing Classes.
Special attention given beginners
Call Apt 3, Case Apartments
Store Phone 592
HEPPNER, ORE. Manager's Phone 1388
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Visualizing the wanti of this community,
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son that will appeal to all!
The New Things, the Smart Things, the
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Seek your needs and wants in the J. G
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