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    HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGOff, THURSDAY, OCT. 31, 1929.
PAGE EIGHT
PIONEERS ARE GIVEN
OLD-TIME GREETING
(Continue from First Pm)
homes with praises for Lexington
and the third annual pioneer reun
ion. Below Is given the names of those
who registered as pioneers In at
tendance, this list containing a
large number who were not present
last year:
185S
Emanuel Nordyke
1854
Frank Gilliam C. A. Rhea
John Iler
185S
W. R. Munkers
1857
Mrs. J. J. Adklcs Mrs. W. R. Munkers
I860
John Cochran Anson Wright
Dan Summers
-1863
Mrs. J. H. Cochran Mrs. Kate Pettys
Mrs. O. F. Thomp- Mrs. French Bur
Bon roughs
18W
1882
Mrs. Laura Scott J. L. Teaser
Chas. Valentine Kate Lutrell
Marion Kvans brnest Hunt
Pearl Vail C. H. Bartholomew
Karl L. Beach Mrs. Mvra Peek
Ed Hunt Mrs. Frank Evans
C. R. McAllster Art Parker
Percy Hughes Herman Nellson
Nels Maenuson H. L. McAlister
L. A. Palmer Mrs. Ina Nichols
1883
Mattie M. Metser Knight Metser
Eph Eskelson
u. rt. jraoui
A. W. Osmtn
J. & Gentry
W. J. Davis
Mrs. Fred Lucas
Ed Adkins
1884
Mrs. J. L. Kincaid Sadie Levis
Sylvia Beymer
Joe Cannon
J G. Doherty
Mrs. Ed Adkins
Mrs. Nettie M. Davis
1866
Ralph L. Benge
W. W. Head
Mrs. Adam Knob- Art Minor
lock Vawter Crawford
Leon W. Brlggs
1870
Daniel Rice Sylvanus Wright
1871
Mrs. Margaret Rea- Willard Herren
ney Mrs. Ida M. Dutton
Mrs. Kate Slocum O. Bergstrom
1871
Willis Bush W. H. Padberg
Mrs. Mary Padberg
1874
John Padberg Chas. E. VanWinkle
William Cowins Mrs. Phoebe Barth
olomew 1875
Mrs. J. O. Kincaid F. E. Parker
1876
James Fits J. B. Carmichael
Mrs. Una Cowins Mrs. Winired Case
Mrs. Dee Cox
1877
Bert Mason John C. Ball
Geo. AUyn Geo. McDuftee
.1878
Lee Reauey Jeff Evans
Mrs. Olin EngelmanMrs. Mary Barthol-
Mm I.ulu Wrierht omew
Lon Markham Mrs. Delia Padberg
1879
Robert B. Wilcox
1880
Mrs. Sarah Booher Jim Wren
M. R. Morgan J. W. Becket
Nettie Crow G. A. Pettys
Mrs. L. W. Briggs Geo. W. Broadley
1881
Cliff N. Finley French Burroughs
C. J. Jamison William Shipley
Mrs. Nellie Hill Mrs. Adella Duran
Ella Benge
J. O. Kincaid
Alice Cannon
L L. Montague
Sarah White
Mrs. Ella Barnett
Tom H. Nichols
Ola Ward
W. O. Hill
Clarke Davis
W. Becket
Mrs. Tacy Parker
Nellie Palmer
T. L. Barnett
188S
Mary Matser Gra- Mrs. R. W. Turner
ham James Lexington
Willard J. Blake Nat Shaw
Davis Frank Turner
Ralph I. Thompson
ItftM
Adam Knoblock Violet Brvson
Mrs. J. H. Gemmell A. W. Gemmell
Wm. T. Campbell Mrs. W. T. Camp-
G. McMillan bell
John F. McMillan Cora AUyn
it. n. iane itaipn ueaca
1887
Mrs. Etta Parvln Frank Lundell
E. L Young J. W. Vauehn
Miles E. Martin Imogene Parker
Mrs. O. E. Lind- Wells
strom John Collins
Smile With Ferguson
TO MAKE A LONG
TALE SHORT
we believe that a traveling man who
was asked when the honeymoon was
over, was about half right when he
said: When hubby who only gets can
ned beans for dinner, dlsoovera that
wlfey is feeding the poodle dog the
lamb chops.
Another tale made short is the story of
U.S. ROYAL CORD
tire popularity. Those who use V. S.
Boyal Cord tires know that reputation
has been estbalished exclusively on
merit. For mileage and dependability
V. B. BOYAL COBD tires are uncon
tested leaders.
Try our complete auto repair service.
If we can't fix It Junk It
Ferguson Motor Co.
MERE'S
NEW
3
Mrs. O. L. Lundell
R. W. Turner
Emma Patterson
A. F. Young
W. F. Barnett
Dona Barnett
Minnie L. McMillan
Mrs. A. F. Young
Herb Olden
Mrs H. M. Buschke
Mrs. C. J. Anderson
Ines Looney
S. T. Robinson
YOUR EARS.
(From State Board of Health.)
The human ear is a very sensitive
organ. The outer ear, the part you
see. is a sort of sound collector
which directs sound into the outer
passage leading to the ear drum.
The passage is winding and tortu
niia to break uo the sound. Ear
wax is provided by nature in the
passage to catch small roreign suo
stances such as insects or dust, that
might do harm to the delicate struc
ture within. It is a dangerous prac
tice to put anything in the ears or
to remove wax. except that portion
which can be seen.
At the end nf the outer nassaee is
a tightly stretched bit of membrane
called the ear drum. Behind it is
another passage leading to the
throat Three tiny bones form a
bridge across this passage, the mid-
dle ear, It Is called, connecting the
drum with the inner ear where the
nerve endings from the brain ter
minate. These nerves, like tiny tel
ephone wires, carry the sound im
pression to the brain. Waves of
sound enetrlng the ear vibrate this
drum. This moves the tiny bones
and thus transmits sound.
There are over ten millions of
people in the United States suffer
ing from ear or hearing defects. Of
course only a small portion of the
ten million persons with defective
ears or hearing are actually deaf.
Eighty per cent of the deafness
could have been prevented if it had
been treated at the onset
Even mdoerate deafness is a ser
ious handicap. It precludes em
ployment in many industries and
clerical positions. It also takes a
large part of the cheerfulness out
of life.
Defects In hearing are sometimes
HALLOWE'EN
Tonight the spirits roam giving kiddies an op
portunity ot enjoying one oi tn most excitng oi
all holdays Hallowe'en. We still have a good
selection of the fun-making equipment given be
lowfor the last-minute shopper.
due to impacted wax in the outer
ear, or to running ears, or an infec
tion in the middle ear. Many of
these troubles can be corrected.
Measles, diphtheria, pneumonia or
influenza quite often leave the hear
ing defective and it is very import
ant to know this with as little delay
as possible so that the ear may be
treated properly before the defects
become serious.
Good hearing is a valuable pos
session. Take care of it always.
Never put anything into the ear,
and avoid, as far as possible, colds,
sore throat and all infections that
cause the ear passage to become ob
structed or inflamed.
U. of 0. Plays Uclas
For Dad's Day Game
University of Oregon, Eugene,
W. E. Nolan
Mrs. Anna Keene
Eva Lane
Tom Beymer
J. H. Frad
Mrs. Geo. Bvans
E. R. Lundell
Miss Opal Briggs
Cora Warner
A. W. Lundell
Foster T. Collins
T. Burchell
Mrs. Pearl Devine Goldie Leathers
1889
Otto Ruhl Bertha Dinges
Mrs. E. E. Rugg Fred L Kuns
Harry Turner Art Keene
Ed s. Duran
1890
Mrs. John .Pleper Mrs. W. J. Blake
John Pieper Mrs. Helen Farrens
Ben Cox Mrs. Olive Frve
Walter Evans Harry Dinges
Martin L. Case
1891
Alex Hunt Mrs. Ed Hunt
Mrs. A. H. Nelson Pearl Parker
1892
Julia Smith Mrs. Fred Nichoson
Edna Munkers Mrs. Oral Scott
Miss Elva Ruhl Harvev Booher
Mrs. Wm. Booher Roy A. Campbell
Dee Cox Mrs. J. Y. Gibson
1893
Mrs. Mabel Gray Harry Munkers
Glenn A. Ball Mrs. Edna Turner
Cleo VanWinkle Mrs. H. A. Graham
1894
Vida Heliker W. O. Bayless
Guy Shaw Lela Cox
1895
Mrs. Daniel Rice O. E. Lindstrom
Mrs. Sarah Thorn- Joe Thornburg
uurg treo. n. r-ecK
1896
Mrs. Carl Allyn Clarence Howell
&ari ;9Keison
1897
Mrs. Guy Shaw Mrs. Knight Metser
Mrs. Aimea lurK Mrs. Sam Turner
Mrs. Foster Collins
1898
N. A. Clark Mrs. M. L. Johnson
w. T. Craig Mrs. Herb Olden
1899
Mrs. C. L. Jamison W. P. Luttrell
W. L. Blakely Mary A. Campbell
Carl Miller Florence McMillan
Carl Allyn
1900 and later
R. J. Miller S. J. Devine
Mont Bundv Mrs. Esther Havden
Mrs. o. Hi. poison nugn L-onnor
For Hallowe'en
Noise Producers Horns, Whistles, Pans
and Whatnots; Pumpkin Jack O' Lanterns,
fine for decorations; Masks for the Mas
querade Ball; Hallowe'en Candies.
COLGATE'S NEW
50c Tooth Brush
FREE
to each purchaser of two 25c
tubes of Colgate Ribbon Ren
tal Cream.
$1 value for 50c
TO ALL WHO SHAVE
25c Can of
Palmolive After Shaving Talc
FREE
with purchase of SSc tube of
Palmolive Shaving Cream.
60c value for 35c
AND MAX FACTOR FOR DRESS-UP!
How much more at ease and secure one feels in knowing
htat their make-up is the handiwork of one of the world's
outstanding make-up scientists. Articles sell at 50c and $1.
Have you got your card for free make-up
chart?
Mrs. J. G. Cowins
Gene Gray
. M. frasnears
Mrs. CoDenhaver
John Bryson
w. u. Miller
A. M. Porter
Oral Scott
Ernest Smith
A. H. Nelson
W. L. Copenhaver
Lawrence Redding
Mrs. Myrtle Reaney
Mrs. Alice Wyles
Mrs. Walter Evans
Mrs. Harvey Miller
Mrs. John Wight- Mrs. Geo. Peck
man
H. E. Warner
Gust Johnson
J. H. Saxe
Fred Lucas
Ralph Phillips
cimer wunt
Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Duvall
Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Evans
Ira Lewis
Ralph Jackson
WHITMAN'S FOR HALLOWE'EN
Nothing will please more than a box of these superlative
nationally advertised boxed chocolates. They're delicious.
The Sampler, $1.50 and $3.00
77i0$pxaflL Store
JODRj
WHILE MEMBERSHIPS
ARE Srill OPEN
GET DETAILS
fromVs
nONT DELAY
Terms as Low as 20 Down
LATOURELL AUTO CO,
C. W. BARLOW
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Keep
Poundin
You wouldn't expect to break up a large
slab of marbel In a day with a tack ham
mer, and a tap every other day. For this
job you would use a heavy sledge and
wield it constantly.
Neither should one expect a small ad to
do a big job. The tack hammer has its
place, and so has the small advertise
ment. Either with continuous pounding
will bring results.
But if it's a big job to be done quickly
choose the sledge the big ad which
makes the big impression.
Advertisements
LIKE HAMMERS, WHEN PROPERLY USED
Bring Results
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Oct. 30. The Oregon football team,
maintaining a tie for second place
in the Pacific conference, will play
Its fourth conference game of the
season when it meets U. C. L. A. at
the annual Dad's Day celebration In
Eugene, next Saturday. Following
the tilt with the southern Bruins,
Oregon will clash with Oregon State
in the annual homecoming here No
vember 16.
The game with the Uclas from
Los Angeles will be Oregon's first
appearance in Eugene, and U. C. L.
A.'s first game outside Los Angeles.
Oregon returned to Eugene this
week after winning from Washing
ton at Seattle, 14 to 0. The Web
fools are a heavy favorite to win
the U. C. L. A. battle, but the south
ern Bruins have won every game
this year with the exception of two
contests with Stanford and U. C. C.
the leaders of the coast.
Last year Oregon defeated the
southern team in the south, after
being scored upon early in the
game. The Bruins will come to Eu
gene fresh from a 20 to 0 victory
over Pomona.
For Sale or Lease 480 acres, 300
plow land balance pasture; fenced
in four fields; plenty water, springs
and well; 6-room house; barn and
other buildings; good garden spot;
1H mile from town. Address Box
43, Heppner. tf.
A young woman in a certain sec
tion of Oregon, where beaver
abound, Is desirous like many of
her sex of possessing a fur coat.
She has written the state game
commission requesting that she be
granted a permit which will entitle
her to trap enough beaver to pro
vide skins for the desired coat Re
quest rejected.
NEW TIRES
: AT
LOW PRICES
For Cash
We have mad an exceptionally good buy on new UNITED
STATES TIRES, and are passing along our savings. These
tires are of genuine quality:
Pick Your Size Here
5 30x3 Royal Tires $5.50 Each
5-29x4.40 Peerless United States Tires $5.40 Each
1 31x5.00 Peerless United States Tire ... . $8.70 Each
430x4.50 U. S. Royal Tires $8.00 Each
2- 31x5.25 Extra Heavy Tires $15.00 Each
23 1 x500 U. S. Royal Cord Tires $11.00 Each
2-29x5.00 U. S. Royal Cord Tires $8.75 Each
4-29x5.50 U. S. Royal Cord Tires $12.00 Each
Ferguson Motor Co.
M. D. Clark : Hiatt & Dix
FOOD BARGAINS DELIVERED!
Give Red & White service a trial Never again will you
wait your turn at a crowded counter or carry groceries
home in your arms Why should you when you can phone
and have such bargains as these delivered to your door?
Charge Account Privileges too !
Independently Owned Stores United Buying Power
Saturday and Monday (November 2 and ) Red & White Super-Specials
WE EESEBVB THE BIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
Fels Naptha Soap .
5 Bars
29c
Ivory Soap OQ.O
4 Bars &U
;
R. & W. Oleomargar- M i
ine, 2 1-lb. Cratnos Tt M
Sandwich Pickles
14-oz. Glass Jar
21c
R. & W. Flour
49-lb. Sack ..
$194
Servus Sifted Peas
2 Cans (2s)
45c
Servus Sweet Peas
2 Cans (2s)
6 Cans for 98c
THE OWNER
35c
Servus Tomato Soup
3 Cans
28c
Servus Coffee, 1-lb. MEZ
sen;
Can 52c; 1-lb. Pkg.
Servus Kraut
Large Cans
17c
R.& W. Toilet PaPer
3 Rolls
22c
Albers Minit Oats
Large Package
: 28c
R. & W. Brooms
A superior broom
93c
Unity Brooms
Long Lasting
73c
Servus Salmon
81.03
SERVES
sk. wain WPism. H.
3 Cans (Is tall)
THE BUYER
SAVES
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