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IIEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 21, 1929.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Oliver return
ed home Thursday from Freewater
where they have been working in
Mrs. C. Stewart is staying In Pen
dleton taking treatments from Dr.
Mrs. Fred Markham enjoyed a
short visit with her brother from
Bend one day last week
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brace are
home from Yakima where they
have been packing apples the past
Mr. Brace reports very smal' ap
ples being packed this year.
Mrs. Grieves and daughter Norma
arrived here Wednesday of last
week and Mrs. Grieves took charge
of the Intermediate gTades at the
noon session the same day.
The new fire escape at the school
has been installed and a number of
pupils are wishing for a fire drill
to enable them to take a real fast
Mrs. Fagerston and Mrs. Frank
Leicht were Hermiston visitors
Monday. Mr. Leicht is installing
a new Delco light system in his
store and residence.
Mrs. W. C. Isom and son were
Hermiston callers Saturday and al
so visited a short time at the Ed
The Home Economics club held
an all day session at the home of
Mrs. George Haskell Wednesday. As
it was Mrs. Haskell's birthday, tne
day was spent socially. A delicious
luncheon was served at 1 o'clock
and was enjoyed by the 13 members
present Mrs. Haskell received
many nice gifts.
J. Berry and family visited in the
Emmett McCoy home Sunday. Mr.
McCoy returned from a visit in his
former home in Kentucky recently
and reports a very pleasant time
during his stay.
Mrs. Haskell, Mrs. F. Markham,
Mrs. Harry Smith and Mrs. Alquist
visited with Mrs. W C. Isom Friday
The election held last Friday for
one new man on the West Exten
sion Irrigation Project resulted in
the re-election of C. Glasgow.
James Adkins and wife have been
visiting this week at the home of
Mr. Adkins' mother, Mrs Mattie
Adkins. Their home is in Portland,
James Hams and wife of Hard-
man were visitors at Heppner for a
short time on Tuesday.
LEXIXGTO.V P. T. A. MEETS.
The Lexington branch of the Par
ent Teacher association has started
work under the presidency of Mrs.
Harry Schriever with plans and
programs for the coming year well
outlined and divided among various
committees. It has been planned to
divide each meeting into three divi
sions, a business meeting, an open
discussion on some topic related to
the work of organization, and a
program sponsored by the school.
Work has already begun on the pro
curing of a traveling library for
Lexington and the serving of hot
lunches during the cold weather. On
Tuesday, Nov. 26, at 2 p. m. the next
meeting will be held. At this time
the topic for open discussion will be
"How I can develop a love of good
reading in the home." The third
and fourth grades will offer an en
tertainment Everyone is invited
and all members are urged to be
AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY
The American Legion Auxiliary
met in regular session on Nov. 19
at Legion hall. The Child Welfare
chairman reported having sent two
large boxes of clothing to the De
partment chairman since the last
meeting. It was decided at this
meeting not to have our next reg
ular meeting on December 3, as
there is to be a district conference
in Pendleton on that date. The pres
ident is desirous of having as many
members as possible attend the con
ference. Thre is to be a mass meet
ing of the American Legion and
Auxiliary on December 13, in Hepp
ner with department officers pre
sent The public is invited to at
tend this meeting. The Sewing club
met at the home of Mrs. D. A. Wil
son on November 20. They report
having finished seven pneumonia
jackets to be sent to the veterans
D. OF II NOTICE.
The Degree of Honor lodge meets
Tuesday, Nov. 26 at 8 o'clock in
Odd Fellows hall. All members are
urged to be present
The Junior class of Juveniles
meet at 4 o'clock on Tuesday; the
Senior Juveniles at 7 o'clock. Please
be there to make arrangements for
Christmas party. Clara Beamer,
THE LOST SHEEP.
The series of gospel meetings un
der the lead of Bro. Lester Jones
is rapidly coming to a close. Tonight
there will be another of the series
of popular "Living Pictures " It
will be "The Lost Sheep, in Living
Picture, Song and Sermon."
Friday night is the closing ser
vice and there will be a children s
program under the lead of Brother
Jones. The sermon topic will be,
Five Minutes After Death."
On Sunday there will be all usual
services. Kememoer tne Dig tsiDie
school with a place for all.
Preaching at Pine City on Tues
MILTON W. BOWER, Minister.
Rev. Stanley Moore, missionary-
Holy Communion at 8 a. m.
Church school at 9:45
Morning prayer and sermon at 10
"On Thee, O Lord, do I put my
trust; let me never be put to con
fusion." Ps. 71:1.
The union Thanksgiving service
of the churches of Heppner will be
held in the Episcopal church at
10:30 next Thursday, Rev. Stanley
Moore being preacher for the occa
sion. There will be special music.
We all like our Thanksgiving din
ner but if some of us can find time
to give thanks for the year's bless
ings, we all can if we care enough.
Everybody cordially welcome.
"O come, let us sing unto the
Lord. Let us come before his pres
ence with Thanksgiving."
The Episcopal church is holding
its annual Parish Dinner this
Thursday evening, Nov. 21, at the
Parish House at 6:30. All members
and friends of the church are cor
dially invited to bring their pot of
luck and enjoy a pleasant evening
with us. A party of men from Pen
dleton, consisting of Judge Charles
Marsh, Wilson Brock, Mr. Tallman
and Rev. Ralph Hinkle will be our
guests for the evening
Bids will be received by the Coun
ty Court of Morrow County, at the
office of the County Judge, up to
2 o'clock p. m.. Wednesday, Novem
ber 27, 1929, for furnishing the coun
ty with 15,000 pounds of Glidden cat
tle wire, also three kegs ot wire
staples Court reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
- R. L. BENGE, County Judge.
PARTY OF HEPPNER BUSINESS
MEN VISIT GRANT COUNTY
A party of about 25 business men
from Heppner made a trip Into
Grant county last Friday and met
with the county court which was in
session at Canyon City, In regard to
the Heppner-Ritter road.
The party had lunch at Canyon
City. After dinner some of the men
drove out to Seneca to look over the
timber operations, others struck out
for home while the following mem
bers of the group drove up to Prai
rie to let the people in this end
of the county know that they were
here: Dean Goodman, Buick dealer
and garage owner; M. L. Case, fur
niture dealer; W. O. Dix, grocery
man and S. E. Notson, district at
torney. Prairie City Journal.
THE CONVALESCENT HOME.
I have called It the Convalescent
Home because there la something
sort of cheery about convalescents,
getting well We have tried to eli
minate all hospital regulations and
intend to make it a home where the
inmates can be cared for by exper
ienced trained nurses without the
restraints and regulations necessary
in regular hospital life. We have
secured a large, well heated house,
with plenty of shade and grounds,
far enough away from city life to
insure quiet yet near enough to be
in touch with the physicians at all
times. Located on Water street,
just east of the laundry.
Mrs. L. G. Herren, G. N., Supt
Carl Troedson of lone, who was
in the city Tuesday, was consulting
a physician. He was suffering with
an infected finger.
A number of people in this vicin
ity sold turkeys during the past
week. Prices this year are not so
satisfactory as growers hoped they
would be. The average price paid
for toms over 12 pounds was 32c
while the average for hens over
nine pounds was about 30c. Echo
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
1V4 mile from town. Address Box
43, Heppner. tf.
LIVE LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.
Homer Hager, son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. O. Hager, was tendered a delight
ful surprise party at the home of
his parents on Monday evening,
honoring his 18th birthday. The
evening was pleasantly spent in
playing games, and refreshments
were served. The young people
present were Virginia Cleveland,
Mary McDuffee, Margaret Harris,
Earl Bryant, Paul Franzen, Wayne
and Nelson Bailey, Nolan Turner,
Eddie Kenny, James and Homer
Mr. and Mrs. George Hayden were
visitors here on Tuesday from their
home in the mountains. Besides be
ing very dry in that part of the
county, the weather has turned
quite cold and there has been no
snowfall of any consequence yet
Mr. Hayden is engaged in the mill
business on the Heppner-Spray road
and he Is naturally strongly In favor
of the early completion of this highway.
For Sale Giant Bronze turkeys.
Young toms $12f weight now 20 to
24 lbs. Young hens $7. All April
and May hatched. See them before
buying your breeders. Cora Bur
roughs, lone, Oregon. 33tf.
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Barlow, In the
dairy business on Rhea creek, were
visitors in Heppner on Friday. '
For Sale Second hand heating
stove, wood burner, good condition.
Inquire at Patterson & Son. 36tf.
For Sale Hudson sedan, good
condition. Price $900. Terms. See
Dr. A. H. Johnston. 36tf.
Light Said Imperative
in the Care of Measles
(State Board of Health.)
One of the earliest signs of an
oncoming attack of meaBles la the
reddened condition of the eyes.
Tears may be noticed as excessive
and almost ready to overflow the
lashes during the stage of sneezing
and coughing that precedes the skin
eruption. These early Inflammatory
warnings ln the eyes require no
treatment They are usually ac
companied by some fear of light
and this fear of light has prompted
the vicious care that is responsible
not only for Jobs of eyesight but also
for the loss of life of many children.
Probably more harm has been
done by the old-fashioned notion
that the child with measles must
be kept In a dark room than by any
other nursing fault The fact that
the tears are flowing and the eyes
are a little congested is not suffi
cient reason for putting the child
In a dark room. In no other dis
ease of childhood are fresh air and
good light so imperative in treat
ment Fresh air Is necessary to
avert and counteract lung infection,
the thing that kills these babies and
children later from pneumonia; and
good light, to help kill the germs of
pneumonia and other germs often
responsible for the serious eye con
ditions developing In later compli
cations In measles.
Too early use of the eyes at close
range and for too long a period of
time after any illness when the eye
muscles are relatively weak and
flabby, has been responsible for
muscle faults. This fact becomes
noticeable during convalescence.
Cold Weather Needs
As the mercury drops, there are many things you
will be needing. We are prepared to serve you
with a number of these. Don't fail to notice these
The Convalescent Home
For the care of convalescents,
invalids or aged.
Mrs. L. G. Herren
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SOME LUCKY DOG
One of our town's late bridegrooms I
dropped In on Ui the other day and re
marked that his honeymoon was over;
we ventured that his whole married Ufa
should be one oontlnnons honeymoon,
to which he replied: "The honeymoon
is over when friend wife glvse yon pork
and beans for dinner, and gives the
pork chops to the dog:."
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Odds and Ends In
An assortment of reprints by
popular authors for the long
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Glycerine, $4.00 per gal.; Denatured Alcohol, $1.25 per gal.
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Tin 52c; 1-lb Pkg.
OLIVES, Special! One 10-oz.
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Servus String Beans
2 Cans (2s)
6 Cans $1.23
Servus Ginger Ale, 6
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