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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCT. 31, 1929.
Jefferson Evans, for long years a
leading wheat raiser of the Lexing
ton country, was down from, his
home at Walla Walla on Saturday,
enjoying the reunion of pioneers.
He was accompanied by Mrs. Min
nie Evans, widow of the late Frank
Evans, his brother and partner in
the farming game In Morrow coun
ty. The Evans brothers were among
those who made a success of wheat
raising here, beginning under pio
neer conditions. They retired from
farming some fifteen years ago and
moved to Walla Walla to reside,
having disposed of their holdings In
this county. Mr. Evans enjoyed a
visit also with his brother, Marlon
Evans, another pioneer farmer of
Dorothy Herren, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Wlllard Herren, departed
from Portland on Saturday night by
steamer, going to Los Angeles
where she will enter the new coun
ty hospital, taking up nursing. This
hospital has but recently been com
pleted and It Is said to be one of
the largest on the Pacific coast, be
ing prepared to care for 2000 pa
tients and having a staff of nurses
numbering 200. Some 1500 patients
are now being cared for In this In
stitution. Miss Herren graduated
from Heppner high school with the
class of '28, and has chosen nursing!
as ner lire work.
Tom Collins, winner of the prize
given by Peoples Hardware Co.,
for the biggest buck deer weighed
over their scales last hunting sea
son, tells the editor of this paper
that he succeeded In bagging a fine
buck again this fall, using his prize
gun. He did not bring the buck
to Heppner, but states that he
weighed 235 pounds and was alto
gether too fat for use, the meat be
ing tough on that account He was
down from his home near Hard
man on Saturday and took in the
pioneer reunion at Lexington.
Elmer Hake, son of Mrs. H. G.
Coxen of this city, was recently tak
en to the hospital at The Dalles
where he underwent an operation
on his head, having several pieces
of bone removed. It will be remem
bered that Elmer was very seriously
Injured more than a year ago in an
auto accident, and he was some
time recovering from this. More
recently, he was hurt again while
playing football on the high school
team and he was taken to The
Dalles for treatment.
At the Pariah house Friday night
there was a Jolly crowd, the occa
sion being a gypsy party in honor
of the high school students and
their teachers. The party was un
der the chaperonage of Mr. and
Mrs. Gay M. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs.
A.'D. McMurdo In charge of the
games, Mrs. Claude C. Cox, Mrs.
Mary Moore, Mrs. Mary Armstrong
ana Kev. and Mrs. Stanley Moore.
As refreshments, cider and dough
nuts were served.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Githens ar
rived at Heppner on Monday after
noon from their home In Berkeley,
Calif., for a visit of a week with the
family of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer
Crawford. They are the parents of
Mrs. Crawford, and for many years
before going to California made
their home here. They came via
Crater Lake and expect to return
home through the Willamette val
ley, making some stopovers with
relatives at different points.
E. F. Gonty motored to Portland
on Friday, accompanied by his sis
ter-in-law, Mrs. Levi Morgan. Mrs.
Gonty has been spending several
weeks In Portland where she con
sulted specialists, and Mr. Gonty
went down to bring her home. Mrs.
Morgan enjoyed a nice visit with
former neighbors at Portland where
she and her family resided for a
number of years. The party re
turned home Sunday evening.
Mrs. D. C. Wells and son Wood-
row of Pendleton were week-end
visitors at Heppner, coming over
with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wells,
who had been spending the week at
Pilot Rock and Pendleton. Mr.
Wells came over Saturday after
noon to take Mrs. Wells and Wood
row home. While here Mrs. Wells
enjoyed the pioneer reunion at Lex
ington, where she formerly resided.
Frank Shlvely purchased the
John Hughes residence property
the post week, and will move Into
the same with his family Immediate
ly. The trade was made through
the office of F. W. Turner & Co.
The family of Edward Piercey, who
have been living in the Hughes
property, will move to the Roberts
property vacated by Mr. Shively.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bothwell re
turned to their home at Maupln on
Wednesday. Mrs. Bothwell and the
children have been spending some
two months at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cowins,
and Mr. Bothwell came over for her
the first of the week. Their little
daughter, Lorraine, will remain
with her grandparents here and at
tend school during the winter.
Reid Buseick was In Heppner on
Tuesday having Just returned from
a trip to Portland where he took in
REPORT OF HEPPNER POST NO. 87, AMERICAN
LEGION SWIMMING POOL COMMITTEE
FOR THE YEAR 1929.
May 14, City of Heppner. Oregon
June 6, Heppner Lodge No. 358. B. P. O. K .
June 8, American Legion Auxiliary (proceeds of dance) .
July 6th to Aug. 31st, Admissions to the pool for the season
June 7, E. L. Bucknum. relaying brick In cesspool S B OO
June 7. Harry Johnson, Labor, himself. Chas. Johnson and Wm. Cowins ... 139.00
June 12. Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.. Material for repairing tank
jnb is. narry jonnaon. Lrfioor on spit trougn .
June 20, J. S. Baldwin, Toilet for tank
June 24, Gilliam ft Bisbce. Plumbing bill
July 6. J. C. Penney Co., Swimming suits
Juiy s. j. u. fenney uo swimming suits .
August 1, Gordon Ridings Manager's salnry for July .
August 2, Gazette Times, Printing .
August 6. Gilliam & Blsbee, Supplies ,
August 5, Patterson 4 8on. Supplies -
August 5. Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co., Lumber and supplies .
August 6. Gordon's. SuddIIks .
August 6. J. 8. Baldwin. Clothes wrlnirpr S no
August 6, Frank Shlvely. Springboard. S30-J6.00 allowed on old board . 25.00
September 3, Gilliam A Blsbee, Supplies .....4 11.60
September 8, Gordon Ridings, Salary, August 90.00
September 12, Harry Johnson, Labor 21.00
September 16, Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co., Roofing 42.40
October 10, Heppner Post No. 87, Repayment of bank loan 100.00
October 12, Gilliam Blsbee, Supplies for roof 1.00
October 22. CASH ON HAND 61.32
SPENCER CRAWFORD, Chairman.
CHAS. W. SMITH.
C. J. D. BAUM AN,
P. M. GEMMELL.
I certify that the above Is a full, true and correct report of the Swimming
Pool Fund of Heppner Post No. 87. American Legion, for the season of 1929.
W. E. MOORE, Treasurer, Swimming Pool Committee.
Phelps Grocery Co.
The Home of Good Eats
the stock show. Mr. and Mrs. Buse
ick came over from their home at
John Day last week, Mrs Buseick
going to Pine City to visit with her
people, Mr. and Mrs. Wattcnburger,
while her husband was In the city.
They departed for home on Tuesday
Mrs. Ida Dutton departed for her
Portland home on Sunday, after
spending a week with friends in
Heppner. She was accompanied by
Mrs. Stella Bailey, who was return
ing to her Portland home, and Rob
ert Wlghtman, who went to the city
to take in the stock show. Mrs.
Dutton had been on a motor trip
over much of eastern Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Adams of
Hardman, after spending a couple
of days in Heppner at the home of
their son, Floyd Adams, departed
on Wednesday for Portland where
they will spend the winter. Mr. and
Mrs. Adams maintain a home in
the city and spend their winters
there where the climate is not quite
so rigorous as here.
D. J. Butcher, district manager
of Pacific Telephone and Telegraph
Co., was at Heppner Monday eve
ning, coming up from The Dalles
for the purpose of paying company
taxes. He went on to Condon from
here to attend to a similar duty in
Dr. Clarke of the Clarke Ontlrnl
Co.. 326 Washinc-tin St . rnrnpr
6th, Portland, Ore., EYESIGHT
SPECIALISTS, will be in Heppner
all day and evening, Sunday and
Monday. November 3 and 4. at the
Hotel Heppner. SEE HIM ABOUT
YOUR EYES. 33.
The family of C. B. Montgomery
are recent arrivals In. Heppner,
coming from Corvallis. Mr. Mont
gomery is a painter and decorator
by trade and his family is domiciled
in the county residence on Jail
Dr. J. H. McCradv is enlovini? a
visit this week with his brother.
Manuel McCrady, who is here from
ms nome at ue .Elum, Wash. Mr.
McCrady is also visiting with his
uncle, J. I. Hanna on Hi n ton creek.
R. H. Stevens of Joseph is visiting
with his sister, Mrs. R. D. Rodgers,
county school superintendent, this
week. Mr. Stevens is engaged in
iarmlng In Wallowa county.
Oscar Davis, veteran shepherd
with the flocks of Hynd Bros, com
pany, arrived at his Heppner home
Sunday after spending the summer
in the Wallowa county mountains.
He says It's no little chore trailing
a band of sheep more than 500 miles
which he did coming from and go
ing to Wallowa county.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Reaney came
up from their Salem home to at
tend the pioneer reunion at Lexing
ton on Saturday, where they en
joyed meeting many of their old
time friends. Mrs. Reaney visited
a number of friends in Heppner on
W. T. Matlock, stockman and for
merly engaged In business here, ar
rived the first of the week from his
home at Missoula, Mont, and will
spend some time in this vicinity
while buying sheep.
Messrs. F. E. Lawson and R. C.
Swanson from the office of Western
Electric Co. in Portland, were at
Heppner on Wednesday, putting in
new equipment at the local tele
The family of Uzz French has
moved to town from the ranch up
Hinton creek to remain during the
winter months, thus making it more
convenient for the children to at
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Becket were
up from Portland over the week
end, coming to attend the pioneer
reunion at Lexington, and enjoy a
visit with their relatives In Morrow
Regular meeting American Le
gion Auxiliary will be at Legion hall
next Tuesday evening, Nov. 5, when
a full attendance of members Is de
sired. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Monahan
were week-end visitors at Portland,
going down for the big stock show.
They report a very pleasant trip.
Dick Sperry departed for Port
land on Saturday where he will en
ter the Veterans hospital for a'
course of treatment
Clerk Anderson issued a marriage
license on Saturday to Arthur R.
Jarvis and Ella E Nelson, both of
Carl Cason. returned home Sat
urday night from a motor trip
For Sale Giant Bronze tiirkevn
Young toms $12: weieht now 20 in
24 lbs. Young hens $7. All April
on three of Morrow
County's best farms
for 30 days only.
F. W. Turner & Co.
THURSDAY-FRIDAY, OCT. 31-N0V. 1:
Jack Holt, Dorothy Revier and Ralph Graves in
Founded on a story by Norman Springer. Drama of surprises,
new thrills and daring action. Filmed at the bottom of the sea.
With variations, a re-enactment of the sinking of the S-4.
See the Navy in action. Visit a Submarine. Witness its ram
ming and sinking. Behold the crew trapped In th etorpedo cham
ber with no hope of escape.
You'll enjoy this thrilling drama, of which we are showing a
synchronized version, that is, with music and sound effects.
Also Our Gang in School Begins, and News Reel.
The Biggest Show You Ever Saw for 20c and 30c
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2 :
TIM McCOY in
With Marian Douglas, an Australian beauty. Battling with bull
whip and boomerang; romance, adventure and thrills In the wilds
of a new continent
Also JOY LAND, two reel comedy.
SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY, NOV. 3-4-5:
Patsy Ruth Miller, Ford Sterling, Jed Prouty in
"THE FALL OF EVE"
100 Per Cent ALL Talking Picture. A screamingly funny farce
about errant husbands and suspicious wives. An all star comedy
cast IT'S A WOW!
Also two reel comedy and News Ree.l
WEDNESD A Y.THURSDAY, NOV. 6-7:
Ben Lyon, Shirley Mason nad Jason Robards in
"THE FLYING MARINE"
Two brothers defy death to win the love of the same girl. An
unusual love story unfolded against the background of daring and
sensational exploits. .
Dialogue, Music and Sound Effects
Also Cha3. Chase in The Booster, 2-reel comdey.
which took him north Into Canada.
He visited at Belllngham, Wash.,
and other points, and took In sev
eral football games of Interest.
Judge Alger Fee and J. S. Beck-
with, court reporter, are in Heppner
today from Pendleton, hearing some
cases on the circuit court docket
Testimony was taken in some div
orce cases and some argument
heard on equity cases, the court
disposing of such matters as were
at Issue at this time.
NOTICE OF BALE OF AJTTMALS,
Notice is herebv triven that hv virtue
of the laws of the State of Oregon I
have taken up the following described
anlmaln found running at large on my
premises, and that I will at my place
16 miles BOUthwest of HeDDnw. Oreznn.
at 10 o'clock a. m., Saturday, November
id. 13-3, sen me sum animals to Uie
highest bidder for cash in hand unless
the same shall have been redeemed by
tne owner or owners thereof. Said ani
mals are described as follows:
One black mare, weight about 1100
lbs., white face, no visible brand.
One black mare with colt white fari
branded dauble question mark laying
down on left shoulder.
33-35. Hardman. Oregon.
SHEEP MEN ATTENTION We
have some cheap hay, watering
place, cabin for ranger, no range.
. w. Messner, Hermiston, Ore. 33-4
and May hatched. See them before
buying your breeders. Cora Bur
roughs, lone, Oregon. 33tf.
Lost A new Waterman's pencil.
Owner and identification given at
G.-T. office. 32tf.
For Sale Young Bronze turkey
toms for breeding purposes, weigh
now from 18 to 22 noundi. Priru.
$12 to $15; hens $6. Orders received
to Dec. 15. Jay Hiatt Heppner.
Buy Winter Pearl Now Have
fresh pears in January. Better fla
vored than Bartleta. 3c per lb. at
Heck Orchards, Rufus. 32.
Rams for Sale 10G ourehred Rum.
bouillet yearling rams at mv nlnro
near Stanfield. Will deliver to pur-
cnaser at ranch. Phone 28F3, Stan
field. J. C. Hoskins. 32-34p.
FOF Sain Oeelr ranrh nf Bin o-
res. fine for dairvtna- nr i un Hon
acres fenced sheep-tight, balance
iainy wen iencea with sheep wire;
private Irrtcratlni?- rtltnh- an
set to alfalfa: few fruit tree- vrvwi
barn, 4-room dwelling with running
water in nouse, out buildings; situ
ated on Rhea creek, on good road,
13 miles from town. Address Box
43, Heppner. 28tf.
FOR SALE Practically new Mis
lion heater, large size, at a sacrifice.
Inquire this office.
For Sale Milk cows and bred
heifers. R. B. Wilcox, Lexington,
For Sale 1 thoroughbred Jersey
heifer which will bring a calf in
March. A bargain. Mrs. W. F.
Orders for flower direct from the
growers at figures less than you can
buy direct Case Furniture Com
pany, growers agent Btf.
Sealy Tuftless Mattress, fnrmerlv
$50.00, now $39.50. A small payment
win insure your comfort Case
Furniture Company. 31
or leave orders at
Phelps Grocery Co.
Home Phone 1102
Store Phone 592
HEPPNER, OREGON Manager's Phone 1382
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