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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEB. 13, 1930.
MRS. JENNIE E. McMURRAT.
Delmer, the young son of Mr. and
Mrs. Wate Crawford, who was quite
ill and was being cared for at the
home of Mrs. M. Jordan on Second
Btreet, is now well and has been
taken to his home north of town.
Mrs. L. P. Davidson, Mrs. Ray
Beezley and Junior McCurdy who
have been ill at the L. P. Davidson
home are now much improved. Miss
Lucile Bristow has been helping in
the care of the patients.
Junior Mason gave a pool party
Wednesday evening of last week at
which Edwin Dick was the honor
euest Aside from the host and
honoree, those present were Carl
Lindeken, Walter Bristow, Francis
Bryson, Clifford MeCabe, Clifford
The missionary meeting held last
Thursday at the Congregational
church was well attended. At 6 o'
clock a pot luck dinner was served
to sixty. This was in the nature of
a little farewell party for Mr. and
Mrs. L. E. Dick, who are leaving
this week for Pomeroy, Wash. Mrs.
Dick is the efficient president of the
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bwanson mo
tored to Spokane Saturday for a
visit with Mr. Swanson's brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Ernst Montandon who is in the
Hood River hospital is resting well
as can be expected following his
operation of last week. It is neces
sary for Mr. Montandon to submit
to another operation which his sur
geon hopes to be able to perform
Mrs. Kenneth Blake is in the
Heppner hospital for rest and treat
ment The ten members of the eighth
grade class in our school success
fully passed the state examination
in agriculture. The names of the
pupils and their grades follow:
Claud Brashers 96, Donald Heliker
91, Alvin Cool 91, Henry Buschke 86,
Walter Bristow 91, Edris Ritchie 85,
Berl Akers 80, Arthur Crawford 88,
Fred Nelson 86, Josephine Buschke
Tuesday evening the members of
the seventh and eighth grades gave
a farewell party for Edwin Dick at
the home of Mrs. Helen Farrens.
The young folks report a very en
Mrs. Dale Ray has resumed her
work in the cook house at the
Boardman-Ione road camp north of
town. Her position as cook at the
Harlan McCurdy ranch has been
taken by Miss Mary McDaniels of
Hardman. Mrs. McCurdy, while
much improved in health, is still a
patient in the Heppner hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cason are now
located at Arlington.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mason enter
tained at bridge Saturday night
with Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Dick as
honor guests. Four tables were at
play. Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Dick, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cot
ter, Mr. and Ms. C. W. McNamer,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lucas, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Lieuallen, Mr. and Mrs.
R. M. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Brown. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Delzell
of Walla Walla, and the host and
hostess. High scores were made by
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McNamer and
low by Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Brown.
Delicious refreshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Delzell of Wal
la Walla, Wash., motored to lone
Saturday for a brief visit at the
home of Mrs. Delzell's sister, Mrs.
Bert Mason. They were accompan
ied by Mrs. Adelia Godfrey, mother
of the two ladies. Mrs. Godfrey had
been visiting for several weeks in
Charley Shaver returned Friday
from Caldwell, Idaho. After attend
ing to business matters here he de
parted on Sunday with his brother,
Albert, for Bend.
Mrs. R. E. Harbison returned to
Morgan Saturday after several
weeks in a Portland hospital. She
was accompanied by her daughter,
Mrs. V. G. Gardner and son Teddy,
from Hillsboro. Mrs. Gardner re
turned to her home Tuesday.
Mrs. Addie Oleson of Portland ar
rived Friday to help her father, A.
Carlson, celebrate his eightieth
birthday. Mrs. Oleson will also vis
it with her brothers, Bernard, Leo
nard, and Emil and with her sister,
Mrs. Jesse Warfleld, before she re
turns to the city.
A pleasant party was given at the
Ernest Lundell home Friday after
noon followed by a 6 o'clock dinner.
The occasion was in celebration of
Miss Mildred Lundell's twelfth
birthday. Those present Were Mar
garet Lindeken, Miriam Hale, Vir
ginia Griffith, Eva Swanson, Char
lotte McCabe, Helen Lundell and
Miss Hildegarde Williams. Mrs.
Lundell was assisted in the serving
by her daughter, Mrs. Cleo Drake.
The basketball game on the local
floor last Wednesday night between
the second teams of Lexington and
lone resulted in a victory for Lex
ington. The score was 18-9. The
same night our girls played the
Lexington girls, winning by a score
of 21-19. Friday night the teams'
journeyed to Lexington. Our boys
lost to the neighboring team. The
girls won by a score of 10-9. There
was also a game between the sec
ond boys' teams of the two schools,
resulting in a victory for Lexing
ton, 18-9. Friday night, Feb. 14, our
teams meet Heppner on the Hepp
ner floor. Saturday night, Feb. 15,
the Helix girls' team is coming here
for a game with the lone girls. Do
not miss this game. Our girls play
ed real basketball at Helix. You
are promised an evening full of
The last conference game of the
season will be On the local floor
Feb. 21. The sub-district basketball
tournaments will be held Feb. 28
March 1 one at Helix and one at
The Shell Oil company has taken
option on real property in lone and
it is thought that a plant may be
established here in the. near future.
A bridge gang of the state high
way has taken rooms in the Harris
Many farmers fear that the early
deep planting of wheat will have to
The Ladies' Aid of the Baptist
church held election of officers last
Thursday afternoon with the follow
ing results: Mrs. Etta Bristow, pres
ident; Mrs. Delia Mobley, vice pres
ident; Mrs. Ina Hale, secretary-
All of our school busses are run
ning on schedule again this week
Paul Balsiger returned last week
from a pleasant trip to points in the
middle west. Mrs. Balsiger remain
ed in Indianapolis, Ind., for a more
extended stay at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Paul Koehring.
Mrs. Cole Smith had as house
guests last week her sister, Mrs,
J. W. Hoech and niece, Miss Irene
Hoech, of The Dalles, also a niece
and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. K. M.
Eckler whose home is in St Louis,
Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Eckler are mak
ing an extended auto tour, having
been traveling since last November
Mr. and Mrs. John Cochran re
turned home Saturday. They spent
the winter with their two daughters
Mrs. Oscar Cochran returned Sun
day from a pleasant visit at the
home of her son, Walter Cochran,
at Arlington. Mr. Cochran and two
sons, Delbert and Jimmy, accompan
ied his mother and she came home
and spent the day here among old
Sam Warfleld of Peck, Idaho, re
cently joined his wife who has been
Published In the interests of the people of Heppner and vicinity by
THE TUM-A-LUM LUMBER CO., Phone 912
Heppner, Oregon February 13, 1930
We found out that a
woman's intuition is
what tells her she is
right, when she is
Husbands ask your
wife where she would
like to have another
shelf or cupboard.
Wives tell your
husband about those
little things that need
fixing around the
house. Head him to
ward our hangout and
we will give him the
necessary lumber and
other items. (P. S. -The
charge for same
will be small.)
Spring has come
Winter has went
It was not done
By an accident . .
The snow has gone
We had a thaw
Get repairs done
Before next Fall?
A scientist has dis
covered that the wea
ther can not be con
trolled; but then nei
ther can the weather
Jim Cox is finishing
the Cook House for
Turner & Bisbee.
Our Handi-man ser
vice: If you have an
old building, a room
or anything that you
would like to have re
paired, just call and
give us the details. We
will get a workman to
do the work and give
an estimate as to cost
Lum: If a burglar
should break into the
coal cellar would the
Bcr: No, but the
We have a rip saw
run by an electric mo
tor always ready to
Though it is not
g e n e r a 1 l,y known
snails never use as
bestos brake linings.
Do you know
that a Residence Desk Extension
Telephone is only 75c a month?
Other new monthly extension
Residence Wall Extension $ .50
Business Desk Extension 1.00
Business Wall Extension 75
At these reduced rates, each home and office
should have its Extension Telephone.
The Pacific Telephone And Telegraph Company
visiting here for the past few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Warfleld expect to re
turn shortly to Peck where Mr.
Warfleld is manager of a grain ele
vator, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lundell are
the proud parents of a ten pound
boy born Sunday, February 9, at
the Heppner hospital. The baby has
been named William Ernest
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Olden motor
ed to Portland Thursday, returning
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Shipley and
little son returned last week from
Lostine where they had been visit
ing since the holidays with Mrs.
Shipley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
The infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Bergan Ledbetter has been
given the name of Clara Sue.
Mrs. Sam Ledbetter whose home
home of her brother, Henry Rowell,
is at Oregon City, is visiting at the
on Willow creek.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Blackwell and
son Sherman of Monument, who
have been guests at the homes of
Mrs. Helen Farrens and Mr. and
Mrs. Blain Blackwell, motored to
Pendleton Friday, returning Sun
day. While in the city they visited
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Black-
well's daughter, Mrs. Brose Ford.
The Adventist people recently
held an Interesting three days' con
vention at Hermiston. The leaders
were Elder Dewey Payne of Her
miston, Elder Detamore of Spokane,
Mrs. Minnie Sipe of Cle Elum, Wn.,
and Elder Keller of Pendleton. Mrs.
George Frank was in attendance
Those of the Adventist faith in
this locality held a series of meet
ings over the week end. Sabbath
school was held at the usual time
Saturday morning at the Frank
home, followed by an address by
Mrs. Minnie Sipe, district leader of
the upper Yakima territory In
Washington and who holds the pas
torate of the churches in Cle Elum
and Ellensburg. Elder Dewey
Payne delivered a sermon Saturday
evening. Sunday morning in the
Baptist church, following Sunday
school, Mrs. Sipe again spoke, and
she also conducted services in the
same church Sunday evening. Fol
lowing the services Elder and Mrs.
Payne and Mrs. Sipe returned to
Hermiston. They were accompan
ied by Miss Hazel Frank who Is
attending school at Hermiston. She
had been home for the week end.
lone was well represented at the
wheat growers meeting in Arlington
The first of last week Walter Eu
banks lost one of his horses. The
animal had to be killed following
a collision between the horse and
an automobile driven by Edward
Rice, a young farmer living .near
Lexington. The accident was un
The Willing Workers of the Chris
tian church have elected the follow
ing officers to serve for the year
1930: Mrs. Chas. Buttersby, presi
dent; Mrs. Helen Farrens, vice pres
ident; Mrs. Frank Engelman, secretary-treasurer.
Our town girls' basketball team
was victorious in the game played
with the Heppner team on Hepp-
ner's floor Saturday night The fin
al score was 23-11. Ione's lineup:
Fern Engelman and Rosa Fletcher
forwards, Louise McCabe and Lu
cile Rhoten centers, Norma Swan
son and Ruth Dinges guards, Ber
nlce Blackwell substitute.
Locust chapter No. 119, O. E. S.,
met in regular session Tuesday eve
ning with a goodly number in at
tendance. The routine of work was
followed by a social hour after
which refreshments were served in
the dining room. With appropriate
words Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Dick, es
teemed members of the Masonic
and Eastern Star orders, were pre
sented a little gift, a slight token
of the love and respect of their
many friends in fraternal circles,
Mrs. Frank Engelman spent
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
with her daughter, Mrs. Victor
Rietmann on the ranch north of
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barlow were
over from their Boardman home
on Saturday, guests at the Stacy
Roberts home for a few hours while
Mr. Barlow was looking after busi
ness affairs in the city.
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Theater Phone 472 Feb. 11 to March 3, 1930 Applies to all programs
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m 1 1 r 1 T"t AU TRUcln8" Singing, Dancing Musical Bene
lues., Wed., Thurs. WORDS AND MUSIC
F With Lois Moran, Tom Patricola and David Percy,
pk 11 2 3 Frat Bys and Sorority Girls in a Rollicking Rumpus on the Campus.
CU. AA) lie1) XU Dazzling Dialog, Tantalizing Tunes and Thrills Galore.
Alio MY WIPE'S BIRTHDAY, two reel talking comedy.
Ralph Ince and Aileen Fringle in
Friday-Saturday WALL STREET
F all talking drama of love and finance. A thrilling and romantic disclo
pU CL 1 sure of the workings of the world's largest financial center the New
CL' -9 York Stock Exchange. A timely subject presented in a novel manner.
Also Charley Chase in LEAPING LOVE, two reel talking comedy.
, w , FOLLIES OF 1929
uUnaay-lVlOnQay Wth Sue Carrol, Lola Lane, Sharon Lynn and 200 other musical comedy
performers. Gorgeous Girls Galore! Catchy Song Hits! Fast Stepping
ppL "i Ct 1 7 Dancers! Dazzling Fashion Pageant! Scenes in Color! Side Splitting
1 CU. XvF -I. I Comedy! DeLuxe Eye and Ear Entertainment!
Also Song Cartoon GOODBYE MY LADY LOVE.
Tuesday NO SHOW AT THEATER-Attend benefit
February 18 performance at Scbool Auditorium
Leo Carillo and Virginia Valli in
Weds., Thursday MISTER ANTONIO
from a story by Booth Tarkir.gton. A whimsical story of the Adventures
T? 1 4 A AA of a Hurdy Gurdy musician on he road to romance, whose philosophy is
feD. lv) AV t return good for evil. Love and Laughter, Tears and Cheers.
AIbo Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy in two reel all talking oomedy
UNACCUSTOMED AS WE ABE.
Lenore TJlric and Farrel HacDonald in
Friday-Saturday SOUTH SEA ROSE
Rosalie, an elemental daughter of the South Seas is transplanted to
UL Of QQ bleak New England. Imagine the sensation she created, the conflicts, the
1 CU. MM.f MM comedy. All talking with songs.
Alio PIANO TUNERS, talking oomedy.
c j w j IN OLD ARIZONA
uUnday-MOnday with Edmund Lowe, Warner Baxter and Dorothy Burgess
An all talking outdoor feature. "I love you," crooned Tonla. "Yeh!
FL QO Sl Me and the rest of the Army!" answered Sergeant Mickey. Thrills,
eD. mmOf MTm Comedy. Wise Cracks!
Also Max Davidson and Thelma Todd in two reel all talking oomedy
Nanoy Carroll and Buddy Sogers in
Tues., Wed., Thurs. ILLUSION
We all want things we cannot get. Everything looks great from a
F1 AF et Sm9 distance. That's "Illusion." Would you know love i if you saw ; It, or are
eb. MO ZD M I dazzled by "Illusion"? Buddy Rogers and Nancy Carroll-talking,
w eevy mmf mm a Singing, dancing, making love this "Illusion" Is the real thing.
Alio NOAH'S LARK, talking Cartoon.
Barbara Stanwyok and Sam Hardy In
Friday-Saturday MEXICALI ROSE
r l t I M Here Is a talking picture pulsating with life, color, romance and thrills.
Teb. MO March 1 A drama of vol(-Bnl emotlon"' tcnse momenta and st'rHne action.
Aleo "Our Gang" in SMALL TALK, two reel talkie.
c " THE LOST ZEPPELIN
UndaV-JVlOndaV with Conway Tearle, Virginia Valll and Ricardo Cortez
J J SEE: A Huge Zeppelin lost at the South Pole It strikes a mountain of
Mai-rll 9! HEAR: a'rIuUo Cau'forHelp Grinding of Icebergs Crash of Zeppelin
ctlLIl M O a Storm near the South Pole.
' MELODRAMA UP TO THE MINUTE!
Also MADAM Q, two reel all talking oomedy.
All Features and Comedies on this Program
come under the head of All-Talking
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