Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, February 20, 1930, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEB. 20, 1930.
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(Continued from Page One)
Mrs. John Louy returned home
Friday morning after a very pleas
ant visit with her sister, Mrs. Nora
Holland, in Seattle.
Announcement has been received
here of the birth of a son to Mr.
and Mrs. Perry Bartlemay of Mays.
Mrs. Bartlemay and baby are be
ing cared for in The Dalles hospital.
Mrs. M. R. Morgan returned home
the first of the week after spending
some time with her daughter in The
Dalles.
Ten of our brother Odd Fellows
journeyed to Heppner on Wednes
day evening of last week to meet
with the neighboring lodge. Those
making the trip were E. J. Bristow.
Lee Howell, George Ely, W. W.
Head, Frank Lundell, Richard Lun
dell, Lowell Clark. Henry Clark, Bill
Clark and Ture Peterson.
Jesse Daly left the first of last
week for Portland. Mr. Daly, who
had been quite ill, had been resting
at the home of his foster mother,
Mrs. M. Jordan.
John Williams has purchased a
new John Deere tractor.
E. A. Lindeken is the proud pos
sessor of a new 20 h p. Best tractor.
Mr. Lindeken is an extensive wheat
farmer, doing all of his farm work
by tractor power.
Paul Balsiger has been a busy
salesman since his return home. He
reports the following sales of Oli
ver tractor plows: E. A. Lindeken
one four-bottom, 16 inch; Alfred
Nelson two two-bottom, 18 inch; Art
Turner two three-bottom, 14 inch;
Groger Brothers two three-bottom,
18 inch; and George Miller one four
bottom, 14 inch.
Emil Swanson now owns a pala
tial mansion on wheels which will
be moved shortly to his ranch north
east of town to be used as a domi
cile for his tractor crew.
The Civics club of the high school
has started work on the play, "Dea
con Dubbs," which will be given in
the near future.
Mrs. Katie Petteys is quite 111.
Mrs. Victor Rietmann returned
Sunday from a business and plea
sure trip to Portland.
Revival services will begin Sun
day evening, Feb. 23, in the Chris
tian church in lone under the effl
cient leadership of Rev. C. L. Fes
ler, former pastor of the church at
North Bend. Rev. Fesler is an in
teresting speaker and good singer,
being song leader for the Teddy
Leavett gospel team. Come out and
hear him. It is necessary for Mr.
Leavett to undergo a throat opera
tion. As soon as he is sufficiently
recovered he will come to lone to
assist in the services.
A pleasant party was held Satur
day evening at the Ralph Akers
home on First street in honor of his
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Russell Miller. Twenty or
more friends and well-wishers of
the newlyweds were present, and
the bride was given many beautiful
gifts. Music and games were en
joyed and at the close of a very
happy evening delicious refresh
ments were served.
A ten pound baby girl was born
Friday, Feb. 14, to Mr. and Mrs.
Ned Carr. The baby has been nam
ed Marjory Alice. The mother and
daughter are at the home of Mrs.
M. Jordan on Second street.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Swanson mo
tored to Salem on Saturday, return
ing Sunday. On the return trip they
were accompanied by their daugh
ter, Mrs. Elmo McMillan and their
little grand daughter, Beverly June,
who will visit here for some time.
Their son, Garland, also returned
with them. He has been a student
in a school of aviation at Salem,
but will now take charge of the
tractor on his father's farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peterson and
two children returned the first of
last week from a very pleasant visit
with Mrs. Peterson's mother, Mrs.
Anderson, and her brothers and sis
ters in Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Dobyns who were looking after
the Peterson ranch during their ab
sence have returned to the Herb
Olden ranch.
Paul Balsiger has received word
that his son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Koehring of In
dianapolis, Ind are the proud par
ents of a daughter. Mrs. Paul Bal
siger is still with her daughter in
Indianapolis, but will leave shortly
for Greenville, Illinois, for a brief
visit with her mother, Mrs. Mange,
after which she will return to her
home here.
Kenneth Smouse, Earl McCabe,
Mildred Smith and Mary Healy of
the lone high school were four of
the more than seven hundred dele
gates to have the privilege of par
ticipating in the campus parley at
Oregon State college at Corvallis,
Feb. 14 and 15. The outstanding
addresses of the meeting were by
Dr. Alfred Atkinson, president of
Montana State college, and Miss
Helen Bennett, manager of the Chi
cago collegiate bureau of occupa
tions. While in the college city our
two girls were guests of Miss Janet
Carlson at Waldo hall, and the two
boys and Principal Earle A. Brown,
who accompanied the delegation,
enjoyed the generous hospitality of
Theta Beta Nu fraternity. The four
young folks will give a report of
their trip, probably Friday at the
school house.
o'clock in the school auditorium.
Rev. Stanley Moore will speak on
the Boy Scout movement. Miss
Edith J. Stallard, Morrow county
health nurse, will speak. Mrs. La
villa Howell and Mrs. Lester White
of the Lexington grade school will
speak on "Art in the School." A
dramatization of the Mad Hatter
scene from "Alice in Wonderland"
will be presented by the third and
fourth grades under the direction of
Miss Helen Wells.
GIRL'S WORK PRAISED.
Friends at Heppner are in receipt
of a program recently given in the
high school auditorium at Laguna
Beach, Calif., wherein Marjone
Gowan, pupil of Holly Lash Visel,
was featured in recital. Marjorie,
who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank P. Gowan, was highly com
plimented by the Laguna papers as
a reader of rare ability. Mrs. Frank
P. Gowan was formerly Miss Hazel
Hale of Heppner, and her former
friends here are pleased to note the
progress her young daughter is
making as a reader.
Political Announcements
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
I hereby announce myself for the
otlice of County Commissioner of
Morrow County, subject to the will
of the voters ef the Republican
party at the May Primaries.
GEORGE W. DYKSTRA,
Paid Adv.) Heppner, Ore.
DR. GRAY MOVES OFFICE.
Dr. A. B. Gray, who has maintain
ed his office in the Odd Fellows
building, moved today to new quar
ters in the Heppner hotel building.
This office is located on the ground
floor on the Willow street side of
the building, just east of the Far
mers and Stockgrowers bank.
METHODIST CHURCH.
Sunday school 9:45 a. m., preach
ing at 11. Message by Rev. Mr. Can
aday. Epworth League at 6:30 p.
m. Preaching, Rev. Mr. Canaday.
A good interest has been manifest
ed in the meeting during the last
week. Mr. Canaday was a vaude
ville singer for a number of years.
He now sings the gospel message in
the spirit and his voice has been a
blessing to multitudes. He will
preach at both services Sunday and
each night during the week except
Saturday. Don't miss this special
opportunity of hearing him.
P. T. A. TO MEET.
The Lexington Parent-Teachers
association will hold its regular
meeting Tuesday afternoon at 2
JESUS, THE MARVELOUS MAN.
The above title tells of the Sunday
morning sermon at the Church of
Christ. The evening topic will be,
"Is the Bible Scientific?" Bible
scholo at 9:45. Be on time. Chris
tian Endeavor at 6:45.
MILTON W. BOWER, Minister
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate at the coming primaries
for the office of County Judge of
Morrow County on the Republican
ticket If nominated and elected, I
pledge the same faithful and sincere
service that has characterized my
long term with the County Court as
commissioner.
G. A. BLEAKMAN.
(Paid Ad.)
FOR COUNTY JUDGE.
At the next primary election
will be a candidate for the office
of County Judge for Morrow Coun
ty on the Republican ticket, and
if nominated and elected I will
carry out the duties of such office
to the best of my ability.
(Adv.) WM. T. CAMPBELL.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER,
This is to announce that I will be
a candidate for the office of County
Treasurer, subject to the will of the
voters of Morrow County, at the
Primary elections, May 16th, 1930.
I wish to thank my friends, both
republican and democratic, for their
generous support In the past, and
hope I have proved worthy of their
confidence.
LEON W. BRIGGS,
(Paid Adv.) present incumbent.
FOR COUNTY JUDGE.
To the Voters of Morrow County:
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Qeoras Washington ne'er told a lie:
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of truth and honesty. And
since this business is based on
truth and honesty, plus good
service and sensible prices for
our first-class merchandise, we
look upon February 22 as a day
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Malted Milk, chocolate
Mb. Tin
49c
Chicken & Noodles
Stidd's, 2 11-oz. Tins
35c
Serv-us Kraut
2 Cans (22s) .
33c
Schlitz Malt
2 Cans
129
Palmolive Soap
4 Bars
31c
Wesson Oil
Quarts
53c
Clorox for white wash
2 Bottles
Serv-us COFFEE Special
lb. OA 1-lb. A f?
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Pkg
Serv-us Tomatoes
3 Cans (2'2s)
57c
G&W Tomatoes
3 Cans (2'2s)
41c
Dromedary Dates
2 Packages
43c
R&W Flour
49-lb. Sack .
81.94
Sandwich Pickles
14-ox. Glass
21c
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33c III
R&W Catsup
14-oz. Bottle .
21c
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