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HEPPNEK GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 28, 1929.
The members of the hlch nrhnni
football team were served a turkey
dinner on Friday evening last at
the Pariah house, the mothers of
the bovs Drenarlns- tho nnrenH The
guest list included also the dads of
tne piayers, tnelr coach, W. R. Poul
son, and Supt Burgess. It Is re-
DOrted that Should th hnvH hnue
been called on since that time to
defend their title as champs of this
district, they mleht have been hii
mlliated in dire defeat, having tak
en on entirely too much of a load
of the good things served them.
They greatly appreciated the treat,
just the same.
Earl Warner was in town for a
short time Friday. While here he
was getting some posters announc
ing the first dance of the season to
be given on the new floor of Leach
Memorial hall, the new I. O. O. F.
building at Lexington, Saturday
evening next. All the work on this
building is not completed, but it
Is progressing nicely, and announce
ment will be made later concerning
tne date or dedication.
C. W. Valentine, a resident of
Morrow county for the pant 45 years
or more, was looking after business
here on Saturday. Charlie says that
he has seen a number of seasons
when it was as dry at it has been
this fall, and after each one there
have been good crops. It is too
early to worry about the probable
outcome anyway, as much depends
on the weather conditions in the
spring and early summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Farnsworth ar
rived here on Monday from Monu
ment, where they spent a few days
visiting with relatives. They were
on the return home from Salem
where Mr. Farnsworth has been
spending several weeks In the office
of State Engineer Luper. They went
on to their home at Enterprise Tu
esday, where Mr. Farnsworth takes
up his duties again as water master
for Wallowa county.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cotter were
lone people in the city on Saturday
afternoon, remaining for an hour or
so while attending to business af
fairs. Mr. Cotter was making no
complaint over crop prospects, as
he feels everything will come out
all right His grain has been put
in the ground in good shape and
he will not worry about tie out
come. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Rice, who have
been spending the summer and fall
at Heppner, departed on Wednesday
for San Francisco, where they will
reside for the winter. Mr. Bice has
been enjoying fairly good health
since his stay here and had about
made up his mind to remain, butj
Mrs. Rice has not been so well, so
the trip south is made largely for
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sperry return
ed the end of the week from Port
land where Mr. Sperry has been in
the veterans' hospital for some time
receiving treatment for sinus trou
ble. He is now well on the road
to full recovery.
The new MacMarr grocery, which
is occupying the south room in the
Royal Block, opened for business
Monday morning with B. E. Walters
of Heppner, Ore., as local manager,
and Joe Rogers of Walla Walla as
assistant Waitsburg Times.
Harlan McCurdy and L. P. David
son were lone folks In the city on
Tuesday for a short time, looking
after matters of business.
or leave orders at
Phelps Grocery Co.
Home Phone 1102
After ten years service at St Pe
ter's Catholic church, Father P. J.
O'Rourke will leave, November 29,
for Baker, where he will take
charge of the St Francis cathedral.
His last service as pastor of the lo
cal church will be Sunday. Father
E. O. D. Hayes, who has been pastor
of the Catholic mission at Dufur for
six years will succeed Father O'
Rourke. The Dalles Optimist
Rhea Creek Grange will present
at their hall on Saturday evening,
December 7th, at 8:00 o'clock, the
following 20-minute plays: "An Old
Maid's Adventure," "The Henpeck
Holler Gossip," and "Betty and Me."
Between acta musical numbers will
be given, and immediately after the
entertaniment there will be a jitney
aance. Kemember the date and
verybody come. 37-8
Judge and Mrs. R. L. Benge de
parted on Wednesday for Portland
to remain over the week end. They
will meet their daughter and son
there for the Thanksgiving holi
days, Miss Luola coming up from
Medford where she is teaching, and
Terrell from Corvallls where he Is
a student in Oregon State colleee.
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
Will pay highest mar
Those having fun for sale
will please leave your name
at Heppner Garage for buyer
to call, or send your furs to
and here it is!
Service that clicks!
Service in your own neighbor
hood and everywhere you go.
Service that save your money,
vour car and your friendship.
Service that will please your
ONE KIND OF SERVICE THE
BEST POSSIBLE. ,
Drive In today at any Bed,
White and Blue Station or
Garage. Ask the Dealer
"What is this Improved
errioe yon have to offerf"
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
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
H Choose Wisely -
Roy Campbell, wheatraiser of So
cial Ridge, was looking after bus
iness at Heppner on Monday. At
that time the rain had been rather
light In the Lexington section, but
there was promise that more was
Word received this week end by
Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Barratt, an
nounced arrival of a daughter at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Hodecker of Camas, Wash. Mrs.
Hodeck.r was formerly Wllletta
Emll Johnson was down from his
home at Hardman on Tuesday. That
part of the county enjoyed a good
rain on Monday night
Not just agents, but really insurance archi
tects for it is our business to plan and build
for each client the policy or combination of
jolicies which will eerve him most efficient
y. And, of course, that means economical
May we talk with you without obligating
you in any way?
F. W. Turner & Co.
Representing Reliable Companies.
The Gazette Times for Everything in Printing
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28-29
DANIEL E.P0MEK7V Pre.
nhe Sensation or the Season
Mrs Martin Johnson
IHt MUST TAUCtU ABOUT HKfcScNIATlCN
OF AFRICAN cJUNGIE UPE EVER MADE
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 "Simba": "It is
the most thrilling picture I have ever seen." Synchronized with
music and sound effects. Long runs in all key cities attest its
worth and entertainment
Also "Our Gang" in SPANKING AGE.
Children 20c Adults 40c
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30:
TIM McCOY in
THE OVERLAND TELEGRAPH"
WITH DOROTHY JANIS.
Indian raids, plots and counterplots, romance riding along this
picture has everything for an evening's entertainment
Also Russ Farrell in CLOUD PATROL
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, DECEMBER 1-2:
Betty Compson, George Barraud and
Juliette Compton in
From the play by Michael Morton.
Paris In War Time and London In Peace Time in this romance
of a dancer who was celebrated for her dance of death and whose!
love never died. One woman's love and another woman's pride
and a man torn between the two while they make the decision
woman to woman.
ALL TALKIE, WITH SONGS AND DANCES.
Also Chas. Chase in two reel comedy, RUBY
LD?S, and News Reel. Children 20c Adults 40c
TUES.-WED.-THURS., DECEMBER 3-4-5:
William Powell, Richard Arlen, Fay Wray, Clive
Brook, and Noah Beery in
"The Four Feathers"
Based on the story by A. E. W. Mason, known as "The British
Bible of Courage."
Actually filmed in Africa in the Sudan and the Tanganyika ter
ritory. Played for month in New York at $2.00 top at the Criter
ion Theater. Greeted by critics as one of the all-time favorites
among the romance-adventure films.
"It is one of the great pictures of the year; certainly it Is the
greatest picture of pure action." N. Y. Evening World.
"It Is mighty in Its spectacle, and packs a great thrill." Daily!
Sensatienal Scenes! Thunderous Thrills!
Society calls him "coward." His sweetheart and his three com
rades give him each a white feather symbol of his shameful dis
grace. But he will show them the stuff he is made of!
And he does show them! In the most amazing series of wild ad
ventures a human being can encounter he redeems himself for
honor and for love!
Into the lawless fastnesses of the African desert and jungle he
Journeys Into the strange unknown where seemingly superhuman
trrors beset him at every turn. But he meets them all wild beasts
and wilder men and wins each peril-ridden fray in the screen's
greatest wonder picture of courage and gallantry.
See the mad flight of the baboons before the Jungle in flames!
See the attack of the ferocious hippos on the fugitive white men!
See the charge of thousands of camel-riding "Fuzzy-Wuzzys" up
on the little band of valiant ryoal troops!
Se, hear and be thrilled by a veritable whirlwind of breath-taking
scenes in the mightiest screen sensation of them all
"THE FOUR FEATHERS"
With sound and music, but not a talkie.
Also Laurel & Hardy two reel comedy, WE
FAW DOWN. Children 25c Adults 50c
Store Phone 592
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This is real newt ... the biggest thrill of the whole year for boys
and girls. From the floor to the ceiling, every inch of space is packed
full of the most fascinating toys . . . trains, automobiles, tool chests,
mechanical toys of all kinds . . . lovely dolls, furniture, dishes . . .
and games for the whole family. Come in ... we are ready to
show you TOYLAND.
Come in Various Sizes Priced from
1-98 to 5-90
These adorable dou are wets-known to m 1 1
. . . and to little girls, too. They have composi
tion arms and jointed hips so that they can stand
alone. Their eyes dose and they ail say "ma-ma.
From 16 inches to 22 inches high.
Thii sturdy steel Dump
Truck with green chauis and
red dump .box is 23yi Inches
long, 6M inches wide and 6
inches high. It li Just one of
several Tittle Jim" aU-tttel
toys for boyi at only
Other "Little Jim" Steel
Playthings, 49c and up
'Most all boys are interested
in aviation these days, and will
want one of these good-looking
Steel Uonoplanei ... 22
inches long; wing-spread, 22fi
inches. A pull toy.
Even Terribly Lazy Teddy Bean
Want to Learn Their A-B-Cs
ESS TABLE SETS
Easy, and delightfully simple to teach children their
A-B-Cs and numbers from the decorative border on this
table. Comfortable bow-backed chairs just the right height,
20y2 inches. The table, 18 inches high with a 16x20 inch
top is fine when it's dinner time in the nursery. Charmingly
finished with decorations in contrasting color.
The Wagon for Real Boys!
Of All Steel
A wagon is at the head of most every boy's
Christmas list . . . and scores of them say
a "Penco" Flyer. These are de luxe wagons
in full size ... in wood or all steel . . .
10-inch steel disc wheels with 1-inch tires,
balloon type built sturdily for speed and
For DoH Children
Any doll will have pleasant
dreams in one of these cunning
bassinettes . . . finished in
ivory or colors ... 27 inches
long, 16 inches high and 14)4
inches wide. A big value for