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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1929)
HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES,
HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 21, 1929.
While returning from the Harry
Turner ranch in Sand Hollow on
Saturday evening, Mrs. F. W. Tur
ner and daughter Anabel had an
accident that could have resulted
far more seriously than It did. Com'
lng down Hinton creek just above
the Garnet Barratt ranch, Mrs. Tur
ner dropped on to sleep, and the
car not being accustomed to a life
less driver, left the road and ran
into the bank, so our Informant
states, the result being somewhat
damaging to the sedan, while the
occupants received minor Injuries.
Mr. Turner, who has driven the
car quite a lot Bince he purchased
it in the early part of the summer,
contends that the machine has al
ready performed many marvelous
feats in keeping him out of trouble,
and in no way blames the Stude-
baker for such unseemly conduct
Stanley Jewett of the predatory
animal department of the U. S. Bio
logical survey, headquarters at Port
land, was In Heppner for a couple
of days the past week, getting in
touch with the government trap
pers here and giving some attention
to the program for ridding this ter
ritory of coyotes. He expressed him
self as well pleased with the work
being done by Messrs. Knoblock and
Nlcley In charge of the work at
Heppner and Butter creek, and stat
ed that he greatly enjoyed getting
away from the office at Portland
and going into the country with the
trappers, assisting them with their
work. Mr. Jewett went on to Pen
dleton from here.
W. P. Mahoney, president and J.
O. Barratt a vice president of Ore
gon Woolgrowers association, at
tended a meeting of the executive
committee at Pendleton on Thurs
day last Other members attending
were Ernest Johnson of Enterprise
and K. G. Warner of Pilot Rock,
also vice presidents, the meeting be
ing held at the office of Walter Holt
secretary. The Dalles has been
chosen as the meeting place for the
next state convention of the asso
ciation, to be held the 16th and 17th
of January next
Harry Turner and wife departed
on Sunday with their little son,
Keith, ging to Portland to consult
with specialists. The baby has been
111 for some time and his condition
has reached that Btage where his
parents have become alarmed. They
will place him in care of the best
specialists in the city. Mr. Turner
returned home on Tuesday, leaving
Keith in charge of Dr. Bllderback,
baby specialist at the Doernbecher
The Union Missionary society will
meet at the Christian church on
tomorrow (Friday) afternoon, at
2:30. An interesting program has
been prepared, in which the soci
eties of the Methodist Christian and
Episcopal churches will have part
and a cordial invitation is extended
to all Interested to attend.
Roy Johnson, now located on the
R. L. Benge place In Six Dollar
canyon, was a visitor in Heppner on
Will pay highest mar
Those having furs for sale
will please leave your name
at Heppner Garage for buyer
to call, or send your furs to
NOW IN SEASON
We serve them fresh,
-or you may get them
Shell Fish of
all kinds on our menu
ED CHINN, Prop.
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Patterson re
turned on Sunday from Portland,
where they had spent a week. They
were accompanied by Mrs. Edna
Slocum who will remain in the city
for a few days while attending to
business matters. During her stay
here, Mrs. Slocum has disposed of
some of her real estate holdings,
Pat Mollahan purchasing the lots
facing Main street and adjoining
nis service station property on the
north. This property extends thru
to Gale street and has been nrn-
pied by Ed Breslin and family for
several years. F. w. Turner & Co.
handled the deal.
David Hynd, of Hynd Bros, com
pany of Sand Hollow was reported
the early part of the week to be
quite 111 at the Seward hotel In
Portland, where he was stopping
while on a visit to the city. Later
reDorts are to the effect that ha la
much Improved and the illness prov-
ea to De not so serious as at nrst
thought His sister, Annie Hynd,
is also visiting In the city, going
down with her nephew, Herbert
Hynd of Cecil, early last week.
W. P. Mahoney, vice president of
First National bank, accompanied
by Mrs. Mahoney, departed on Fri
day night for San Angelo, Texas, to
attend the convention of the Na
tional Woolgrowers association, rep
resenting the Oregon Wool Growers
association as its president. Mrs.
Mahoney will attend the meeting of
the ladies auxiliary and they expect
to be absent from Heppner for two
M. R. Morgan and Frank Engel
man were looking after business
here on Monday afternoon from
lone. Mr. Engelman, who was quite
111 for some time Is now greatly
improved and able to attend to his
Dr. Samuel Tyler, eyesight spe
cialist of Bend, will make his next
regular trip to Heppner on Sunday
and Monday, Dec. 1-2. Comfortable
glasses guaranteed. At Hotel Hepp
Chas. Beneflel, Oliver Coryell and
Frank Brace were Irrlgon residents
In the city for a short time on Mon
day while looking after business.
Mr. Beneflel is a farmer on the
project and thinks the people of the
Irrigon district did very well this
season. Mr. Coryell is in the gar
age business there and Mr. Brace
also a farmer, is a member of the
Irrigon school board.
Ray McAlister of Lexington was
in town early Tuesday morning,
getting a couple of fingers on the
left hand dressed by a physician.
While feeding a board through a
circular saw, his glove caught and
the middle and third fingers suffer
ed Injury, the middle digit being
quite badly lacerated.
Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Van Mar
ter motored to Portland on Friday,
planning to go to Eugene for the
big football game on Saturday. Mr.
Van Marter expected to spend a
few days In the city while selecting
some stock for Peoples Hardware
company for the holiday trade.
L. D. Neill, Butter creek sheep
man, was looking after business at
Heppner on Saturday.
LOST About 5 weeks ago In the
vicinity of lone, one large coarse
wooled buck, about 6 years old. Re
ward Is offered for information. W.
J. Farrens, lone, Ore. 35-36
Vnr HnlA flnnrt middle nonv and
saddle; fast Box 144, Lexington. 37.
The ladies of the Methodist
church will have a Thanksgiving
cooked food sale on Tuesday after
noon, Nov. 26, in the basement of
the church. Come and buy our
gdod things for your Thanksgiving
Is your hot water HOT? If not
call Gibb the plumber, Peoples
Hardware Co., phone 702, residence
nhniiA 1412 Nn inh inn be or too
small. Prompt attention to all calls.
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 pounds. Price
TONIGHT (NOV. 21), Last Night of
with Ruth Chatterton and Wm. Powell.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, NOV. 22-23:
WILL ROGERS in
"THEY HAD TO SEE PARIS"
WITH IRENE RICH AND MARGUERITE CHURCHILL
Paris night life with the kick of a wild broncho. Will Rogers,
funnier than ever, qualifies as the World's Greatest Natural talking
picture actor in a Comedy of Gay Paree. HEAR Will Rogers Talk
Also FAKE FLAPPERS, two reel comedy, and
News Reel. 25c 50c
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24-25:
"Walter Huston and Claudette Colbert in
"THE LADY LIES"
Can happiness be bought and paid for? See and hear the an
swer In this sparkling comedy-drama of loving hearts torn by fear
and Jealousy. Hear the dynamic dialogue. Be thrilled by the su
preme acting of these famous Broadway favorites. An ALL-lALiJB.-ING
Also comedy, HOT SPOTS, and News Reel.
Children 25c Adults 50c
TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26-27
Lenore Ulric, Robt. Frazier and Louis Wolheim in
Lenore Ulric looking for the right kind of man. Those stirring
davs! The first Yukno golden yield when men went mad and
women went wild In the passionate fury of Immense walth suddenly
achieved and as suddenly stolen by capricious fate. All-Talking
Also Laurel & Hardy in HABEAS CORPUS,
two reel comedy. 20c 40c
COMING NEXT WEEK:
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28-29
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DANIEL E.POMEBOY Pres.
nhe Sensation ofthe Season
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TUE MOST TALKED ABOUT PRESENTATION
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The picture the whole world Is waiting to see. The picture that
took four years to make. Not a staged movie production, but Af
rica as God made it. Sir Harry Lauder says of "Slmba": "It Is
the most thrilling picture I have ever seen." Synchronized with
music and sound effects. Long runs In all key cities attest IU
worth and entertainment.
Also "Our Gang" in SPANKING AGE.
Children 20c Adults 40c
$12 to $15; hen $6. Orders received
to Dec. 15. Jay Hlatt, Heppner.
For Sale Creek ranch of 810 ac
res, fine for dairying or sheep. 300
acres fenced sheep-tight balance
fairly well fenced with sheep wire;
private Irrigating ditch; 30 acres
set to alfalfa; few fruit trees; good
barn, 4-room dwelling with running
water In house, out buildings; sltu-
ated on Rhea creek, on good road,
13 miles from town. Address Box
43, Heppner. 28tf.
For Sale Milk cows and bred
heifers. R. B. Wilcox, Lexington,
Orders for flowers direct from the
growers at figures less than you can
buy direct Case Furniture Com
pany, growers agent Btf.
Store Phone 592
HEPPNER, ORE. Manager's Phone 1382
For Thanksgiving and Every
Special Occasion Afterwards
26 Piece Set
Bach ttt coatistt ei 26 pieces 6 Imrvss (rt.inlen iteel blf),
Mia, 6 tea spoon, 6 table spooni, sugar shell and butter knife.
for 23 Year
Stainless Steel Bladaa
on three of Morrow
County's best farms
for 30 days only.
F. W. Turner & Co.
The Gazette Times lor Everything in Printing
On Tour Time
Our large regulator clock is just to the
right of our entrance. Take time while
passing to check up on your time. It
may save you considerable annoyance
which might arise from not being on
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Store Phone 592
HEPPNER, OREGON Manager's Phone 1382
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Saturday Morning, Nov. 23
After -weeks and weeks of bosy pssnnoe, ToyJand k
ready I Whzt joy to find all of the old Uwji'Aet . . .
bow thrillmg to discover aU sorts ot new toy ana
ganw! DoBs, funutnre and many, many otter
(migs for girls ... tool chests and engine
and air-planes and other firings boys Dae . .
enrming playthings for the baby , , , games'
for all, i" Imfing the growo-cps I Ail are
hrrr far no to ee bt SBC SO OOBStl
Bring Mother and Dad
Along, to Show Them
What You'd Like
to Hart For