Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, December 12, 1929, Page PAGE SEVEN, Image 7

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    HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, DEC. 12, 1929.
PAGE SEVEN
Local' lEIiijpp(g!Siki
W. O. Bayless arrived home on
Sunday forenoon from a trip to
Denver. He recently went east with
a shipment of sheep for Messrs.
McNamer & Thompson, his des
tination being Chicago. Upon reach
ing Laramie, Wyo., however, the
shipment was diverted to Denver.
Mr. Bayless reports that he met
up with no unpleasant weather on
the journey, and when he left Den
ver there was a slight snowfall of
some six inches, but the wintry con
ditions were beginning to prevail
throughout the Rocky mountain
section. He further reports that
the sheep market there was none
too good. "
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ferguson
and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schwarz
went to Portland on Sunday, spend
ing Monday in the city. The young
men took a truck load of calves to
the Portland market and the ladies
drove down In the Ferguson car.
An enjoyable day wa? spent in shop
ping about the city and having a
visit with Mrs. O. T. Ferguson, who
is in the city with the baby daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Ferguson
while the Infant is receiving treat
ment at the Doernbecker hospital.
They report that the little one Is
doing well and should be ready to
return home before long.
Members of Willow lodge No. 66,
I. O. O. F. and San Soucl Rebekah
lodge No. 23 will be hosts to the
various lodges of these orders In
the county In a big get-together
meeting at their hall In this city on
Saturday evening. The program
will begin promptly at 8 o'clock, and
will be followed by a pot luck sup
per. Any Odd Fellows or Rebekahs
In the city or the county at the time
will be made welcome and It is ex
pected there will be general attend
ance on the part of the brethren
and sisters of the Morrow county
lodges.
Vawter Crawford of the Q. T.
force was a visitor in Portland over
Saturday where he met with other
members of a committee of the
Oregon Editorial association, ap
pointed to work out plans for an
audit of circulations of the weekly
papers of the state. He returned
home on Sunday.
Mrs. Jeff Jones and her nephew,
Crocket Sprouls, returned on Tues
day from San Leandro, Calif., where
they visited for a month at the
home of her daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Henrikson.
They greatly enjoyed the trip and
report a very pleasant visit
Mrs. Josephine Johnson this week
disposed of her residence property
where she has been living, to Ed
Breslln. As soon as all details of
the trade have been closed up, Mr.
Breslln and family will occupy the
premises.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Edmunson
and children of Culver were in
Heppner on business from Sunday
until Tuesday. While here they vis
ited with Mr. Edmundson's mother,
Mrs. Mattle Huston.
The ladies of the Christian church
will hold their apron sale and tea
at the church parlors on Saturday
afternoon, from 3 to 7 and a cordial
Invitation Is extended to their
friends.
Paul Jones and Maurice Edmund
son left for Gateway Tuesday to
bring eight horses to Heppner which
are owned by AlonzO Edmundson.
Dr. Clarke, EYE SIGHT SPE
CIALIST, In Heppner, Sat, Dec. 14,
at Hotel Heppner.
Mrs. Lena White, assistant In the
local postofflce, went to Portland
on Tuesday to attend the funeral of
her brother, the late John Glass
cock, which was held on Wednes
day afternoon. Returning today,
Mrs. White will be accompanied by
her sisters, Mrs. Guy Boyd of Cald
well, Idaho and Mrs. Chas. Curtis
of Marshneld, who will make a
short visit at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Smead.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turner re
turned home on Saturday from
Portland, bringing their baby son,
Keith, who had been under the care
of specialists at the Doernbecker
hospital for a few weeks. The little
boy is still quite ill, and his parents
contemplate taking him to Arizona,
where the climatio conditions may
prove beneficial.
Due to the illness of Rev. Stanley
Moore, services were not held Sun
day last in All Saints Episcopal
church. Mr. Moore is sufficiently
Improved to be able to attend to
his pastoral duties the coming Sun
day. Mrs. Bert Kane has returned from
Portland where she was visiting her
sister, Mrs. Mark Church, who is
confined to a hospital. Mrs. Kane
had been In the Rose city since
Thanksgiving. .
Announcement has been made by
the secretary that the Women's
Christian Temeperance union will
meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock In the Christian church par
lors.
Mrs. Jared C. Aiken, daughter of
Mrs. M. L. Curran, left last week
end for Oakland, Cal., to join her
husband who is engaged In the in
surance business in that city.
Harry Turner, accompanied by
his daughter Ruth, went to Portland
Thursday night, because of the crit
ical illness of his son Keith who is
In the Doernbecker hospital.
Mrs. Ralph Charnley and Mrs.
Clem Buselck arrived here Saturday
rrom foruand, returning Wednes
day evening after a visit with Mrs.
Melissa Marlatt
The Women's Missionary society
of the Christian church will present
Evidence of His Power," a women's
day pageant Sunday evening at 7:30
oclock.
Dennis Kiernan of Lexington was
In Heppner on business Friday.
There Is still time for those
Chrsitmas Photographs. Studio
at Hotel Heppner.
PHONE
or leave orders at
Phelps Grocery Co.
Home Phone 1102
HEPPNER TRANS
FBR COMPANY
PHOTOGRAPHS No obligation
to show samples. Studio Hotel
Heppner.
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STANDAItD OIL COMPACT
Of CALIFORNIA
General Blacksmithing
and Welding
Now is the time to Inspect your plow
shares and machinery and to have necessary
sharpening done and repairs made in prepar
ation for spring work.
Front Qhlvolw
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Heppner, Oregon
Agent for the
Wade Drag Saw
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. O'Brien of But
ter creek are the parents of a 10 1-2
pound daughter born last night at
the Heppner Surgical hospital.
he Methodist Missionary society
will meet next Tuesday afternoon
at 2:30 o'clock in the church par
lors. LaVerne Van Marter, Heppner
hardware man, has been confined to
his home all week because of a bad
cold.
Mrs. Mike Kenny returned to her
home in Portland after spending
several days here on a visit
Ben Patterson, local druggist, was
absent from his duties Wednesday
because of illness.
r. A. D. McMurdo has been con
fined to his home by illness during
the past week.
James Ayers of Butter creek was
a business visitor in the city on
Wednesday.
The Willing Workers will meet
at the Christian church Friday af
ternoon. Mrs. Grant Olden of lone was in
Heppner on Friday, shopping.
L. R. DeMarls of Eight Mile came
to Heppner on business Friday.
Last call for Christmas Photo
graphs. Arrange for sittings now.
Present Practical Gifts
for Christmas
slippers
for women: felt, satin,
leather, in all the new
colors,
75c to $2.85
Slippers for men, too.
SHOES
for men and women;
the finest and most
complete stock in
Heppner to choose
from.
Galoshes Rubbers
for women, and rub
bers and overshoes
for men, offer a gift
that can't be beat for
utility at this season.
SOX
in a wide range of
patterns, provide an
excellent gift for men
HOSIERY
for women, all the
popular shades.
$1.00 to $2.25
E. N. Gonty Shoe Store
Heppner, Oregon
STAR THEATER
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12-13
Ruth Taylor, Wm. Collier, Jr., Jobyna Ralston
and John Holland in
"THE COLLEGE COQUETTE"
Love adventures of a wise-cracking flirtatious co-ed with a big
handsome coach. Full of surprises. You'll like it A Columbia all-
talking comedy-drama.
Also Max Davidson in FEED 'EM AND WEEP
and NEWS REEL. 20c 40c
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14:
TIM McCOY in
"THE DESERT RIDER"
With Baquel Torres and Bert Roach.
A smashing drama of the Early West. Metro non-talking picture.
Also two reel comedy, WHAT A DAY. 20 40c
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, DECEMBER 15-16:
William Powell as Philo Vance in
"THE GREENE MURDER CASE"
S. S. VAN DINE'S SMASHING THRILLER
Thrills! Mystery! Sinister, menacing crime! In the eerie
Greene mansion. A whole family trembles in the power of an in
visible maniac. The world's greatest fiction detective, Philo Vance,
suave, intellectual, leads you on the baffling trail of the mad killer.
From the records of an actual crime. Paramount all-talking mys
tery drama. .
Also comedy, RUBBING IT IN, and NEWS
REEL. 25c 50c
.TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17-18
Janet Gaynor, Chas. Morton, Nancy Drexel and
Barry Norton m
"THE FOUR DEVILS"
Directed by F. W. Murnau. The tang of the tanbark gets Into
your blood with this picture. The true atmosphere of the circus is
faithfully reproduced with unusual touches that raise this Fox part
talking Movietone picture to a sensational pitch. Better miss a
real circus than overlook this picture.
Also Charlie Chase in OFF TO BUFFALO, two
reel comedy. 25c 50c
COMING NEXT WEEK:
Lloyd Hughes & Margaret Livingstone in ACQUITTED, Dec, 19-20
Tim McCoy In SIOUX BLOOD, December 21.
Victor McLaglen, Edmund Lowe and Lily Damlta in THE COCK
EYED WORLD, December 22 and 23.
The Marx Brothers in THE COCOANUTS, December 24, 25 and 26,
J.C.PENNEYC.
Store Phone 592
HEPPNER, OREGON Manager's Phone 1382
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and butter knife.
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Big, generousr
cot ties that are
durable and long
wearing. Made of
high quality,
selected materials
with flowing ends
in sparkling
colors tad designs.
98c to $1.49
Good-looking
TOWEL
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79c
Exceptionally absorbent
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Jacquard design. Smartly
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Boxed
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